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VOL. 6 | NO. 1 | WINTER 2007


CARILLON (VOL. 6, NO. 1) EDITOR

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2007 – 2008

TRUSTEE EMERITI

CONTACT OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY

Mark DeLong ’03

Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch ’61, Chair Mr. Jack Guynn ’05 (H), Vice Chair Mr. Harald R. Hansen, Treasurer Mr. Norman P. Findley, III, Secretary

Mr. Franklin L. Burke ’66 Mr. Kenneth S. Chestnut Mr. William Goodell Mr. George E. Goodwin Mr. C. Edward Hansell Mr. Arthur Howell Mr. J. Smith Lanier Mr. James P. McLain Mr. John J. Scalley Mr. O.K. Sheffield, Jr. ’53

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CLASS NOTES EDITOR

Elizabeth Cone ALUMNI BOARD COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE

Joselyn Butler Baker ‘91 Ellen Heckler O’Herlihy ‘82 Jennifer Fairchild Pierce ‘92 David Ross ‘93 Eric Scharff ‘63 Vivian Gray Trabue ‘65 DESIGN

Jenifer Cooper Cooperworks, Inc. PHOTOGRAPHERS

Mark DeLong ’03 Nichole Sloan CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Marla Osti ’10 Elizabeth Pittman Kelly Robinson

Mr. G. Douglass Alexander ’68 Mrs. Yetty L. Arp ’68 Mr. Robert E. Bowden ’66 Mrs. Martha Laird Bowen ’61 Mr. M. John Breton, III ’97 Mr. Milton C. Clipper Mr. William A. Emerson Mr. Kevin D. Fitzpatrick, Jr. ’78 Mr. David C. Garrett, III Mr. J. Lewis Glenn ’71 Dr. Joel Goldberg ’00 (H) Mr. James J. Hagelow ’69 Mr. James V. Hartlage, Jr. ’65 Mr. J. Cleve Hill ’01 Ms. Veronica M. Holmes ’02 Mr. Tad M. Hutcheson Dr. Kenneth K. Hutchinson ’78 Mr. Warren Y. Jobe Dr. Charles B. Knapp Mr. Roger A. Littell ’68 Mr. William T. Mullally ’03 Mr. Bob T. Nance ’63 Mr. R. D. Odom, Jr. Mr. Cemal Ahmet Ozgorkey ’84 Ms. Anita Stephenson Patterson ’97 Mr. Robert E. Reiser, Jr. Mrs. Laura Turner Seydel ’86 Mr. Arnold B. Sidman Ms. Susan M. Soper ’69 Mr. Timothy P. Tassopoulos ’81 Ms. Trishanda Treadwell ’96, Esq. Dr. Pamela Tremayne Dr. G. Gilman Watson ’68 Mr. Raymond S. Willoch

(L – R) Evan Price ’10 and Aaron Connolly ’10

Carillon is published semiannually for alumni and friends of Oglethorpe University. Oglethorpe, founded in 1835, is a private liberal arts college located on Peachtree Road in the heart of Atlanta. Oglethorpe University makes no distinction in its admission policies or procedures on grounds of age, race, gender, religious belief, color, sexual orientation, national origin or disability. ON THE COVER

Jeanie Flohr ’99 in the offices of Hands on Atlanta. SUBMISSIONS

Unsolicited articles and photographs (5x7 or larger) are welcomed for possible inclusion in future editions. Please note that submitted materials will not be returned. Submission does not guarantee publication as editors retain editorial rights.

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Have a comment about this or past issues? Have a story idea for a future issue of Carillon? We would love to hear from you. Write to the editor at mdelong@oglethorpe.edu or Carillon, Oglethorpe University, 4484 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30319.


CONTENTS THE OU GEM HAS BEEN DISCOVERED

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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

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NEWS & EVENTS

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FACULTY PROFILE

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ALUMNI SNAPSHOTS

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BECOME THE WORLD: PETRELS EXPLORE OTHER CULTURES THROUGH STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM

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ALUMNI ALERT

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CLASS NOTES

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS


IT’S HARD TO IMAGINE HOW AN ENTIRE COMMUNITY COULD GET EXCITED OVER

AT OU, THERE’S QUITE A BUZZ GOING ON FOUR SIMPLE NUMBERS, BUT

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Lawrence M. Schall

423 2561 1089

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I know these seemingly random and meaningless numbers could hardly seem to be a big deal, but let me share the story behind each. 423. That is the number of new people who made gifts to Oglethorpe in fiscal year 2007. Together we set a new annual fund record. 2561. As of December 1, the number of high school seniors who have applied for admission to Oglethorpe for fall 2008. Last year, we had less than 450 at this time. 1089. That is how many of you increased your gifts this year, including virtually every trustee. And 35. This one is the percentage of first-year students coming to OU from more than 300 miles away. In 2005, that number was only 17%. The freshman class is so full of engaged students, we had eight run for class president.

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HERE IS THE OGLETHORPE STORY

When I arrived from points north just over two years ago, it seemed that everyone I met in Atlanta drove by the walls of Oglethorpe on a daily basis but never turned in. I know that when our admission staff began to travel outside the region to high schools or admission fairs, they rarely met a student who had heard of us. Even those who knew us best — our alumni, faculty, staff and students — would say that while it was all right here (a terrific education led by an amazing faculty, a caring community and a beautiful campus), somehow we were destined to remain a hidden gem. There were too many other bigger players in the city, professional education had moved ahead of liberal education in terms of consumer demand and so on. Well, we were right at least on one count — it was all right here. An extraordinary education that paid tribute to both classical and modern themes. One of America’s most beautiful quadrangles that simply needed a little loving care. And a community which warmly embraced people from all walks of life. All we needed to do was be bolder about telling our story.


“Lo and behold, even 17-year-olds began to hear our story. I recall a line in The Princeton Review that it would not be long before this little gem of a school in this great city of Atlanta began to catch on.

Anne Balter ’07

long before this little gem of a school in this great city of Atlanta began to catch on. Bingo. We have caught on. So, let me return to those numbers I began with: 423 new givers, 2,561 applicants in December, 1,089 friends who became better friends, and 35% of our first-year class coming over 300 miles. What a story!

Bingo. We have caught on.”

Mychal Boyd ’10

That story is a complex one. It includes the tale of two faculty members dreaming up a course called “What is Art?” and taking advantage of an opportunity provided by one of our alumni, Donald Rubin ‘56, and one of our trustees, Tad Hutcheson of AirTran Airways, to pursue this question with 20 students for two weeks while living in New York City. It’s the story of over 150 students on five separate occasions deciding to live in church basements in New Orleans for a week at a time to help rebuild that city. It includes the story of Jay Lutz, our Professor of French, and Lloyd Nick, curator of the Oglethorpe University Museum of Art, bringing to our campus for three months the works of Auguste Rodin. And Alan Loehle, Associate Professor of Art, claiming a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship. Or stories like “CEO University,” that just appeared in the Atlanta Business Chronicle, featuring our own Bob Amick ‘72 and Lewis Glenn ‘71. How about the story on National Public

Radio about religious life being reborn on campus, with Jews, Christians and Muslims breaking bread with each other. There was the front page story and national TV coverage of a student choosing to come here over a dozen other colleges including Emory and American because he knew Oglethorpe would feel like home; you see, that student had spent virtually all his high school career homeless. And on and on. The Oglethorpe story is a unique story, and it was ready to be told. As we began to tell our story, we noticed something very interesting. People listened. Even the press, as our media hits rose from 450 two years ago to almost 1,500 last year. Hundreds of people, after listening, decided they wanted to be part of the story and helped us in so many ways. Lo and behold, even 17-year-olds began to hear our story. I recall a line in The Princeton Review that it would not be

Throughout the pages of this magazine you will find more Oglethorpe stories. We thank the many of you (yes, 423 and 1,089) who supported us last year in the Honor Roll of Donors, beginning on page 27. On page 18, we highlight our study abroad program, which offers students short-term trips for credit, semesters abroad and partner programs. We explore the three-decade Oglethorpe careers of Professors Vicky Weiss and Phil Neujahr on page 8. We tell snapshot stories of Phil Horton ’79, whose daughter Mary Beth enrolled in the class of 2011, and seven others from California, Connecticut, Florida, New Jersey, New York, Texas and Washington, D.C., who represent our broad alumni base. Those begin on page 10. And of course, there are countless stories to tell from Class Notes — babies born (Oglethorpe’s class of 2028 is looking strong!), marriages celebrated and life changes acknowledged. You are the Oglethorpe story, and I thank you for being a part of our community.

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OU IN THE NEWS

RUDY GIULIANI VISITS OGLETHORPE

Rudy Giuliani, a 2008 presidential candidate, spoke at Oglethorpe in May. Giuliani’s visit was mentioned in profiles run by The New York Times and Newsweek and on CNN. His visit was also included in local newspapers, such as The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Creative Loafing, and on all the local television networks. Giuliani speaks during a town hall meeting in the Talmage Room

RODIN AT OGLETHORPE OU GOLF RANKED #1 IN NATION

The Oglethorpe University Museum of Art featured 35 sculptures by Auguste Rodin this fall in Rodin: In His Own Words, selections from the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Foundation. The exhibition was featured in many publications including The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Neighbor Newspapers and Atlanta INtown. Auguste Rodin’s The Spirit of War (1883), from the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Foundation 4

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The Oglethorpe men’s golf team claimed the school’s first-ever number one national ranking in the final Golf World/ Nike Golf Division III Coaches’ Poll of the fall season. The men Julia Gates ’08 won two of their five fall events, placed second in one and third in the other two. Led by eight-time Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Coach-of-the-Year Jim Owen and senior Academic and Athletic First Team All-American Taylor Urbanski ’08, Oglethorpe has placed in the top five in each of the past four Division III National Championships. Last spring the men finished in fifth place with Urbanski shooting 12-over-par to finish fifth individually. On the women’s team, Julia Gates ’08 set a school record by placing 18th in individual competition last year. The OU golf team received recognition from several publications, including Georgia Golf and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.


RELIGIOUS GROUPS CONTINUE TO GROW STRONG ON CAMPUS

The Jewish, Catholic, Christian and Muslim student associations on campus are growing stronger. Combined, the groups host an Interfaith Movie Night series. Each group takes a turn picking out a movie to watch, usually based on their religion, and leading a discussion. These organizations have appeared on Atlanta NPR affiliate WABE, in many online blogs and local publications including Neighbor Newspapers. (L – R) Jewish student Union President Nathaniel Goldman ’10 and Muslim Student Association President and Mustafa Abdullah ’10.

NEW RESIDENCE HALL CONSTRUCTION FINISHED Phase II, a new residence hall on the OU campus, was completed over the summer and now houses more than 150 sophomores, juniors and seniors. This construction received attention from the Brookhaven Buzz, the DeKalb Champion, The Duluth Weekly and Dunwoody Crier.

ALAN LOEHLE AWARDED GUGGENHEIM FELLOWSHIP

Alan Loehle, a professor of studio art at OU, was announced as a 2007 Guggenheim Fellow. Some past Guggenheim Fellows include Langston Hughes, Henry Kissinger and Eudora Welty. Loehle received attention from The New York Times, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Brookhaven Buzz. CARILLON |

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OU IN THE NEWS OGLETHORPE’S

NEW BOARD MEMBERS

NEW LOOK

Oglethorpe welcomes the following new members to the Board of Trustees: Mr. David C. Garrett, III

Over the summer Oglethorpe rolled out a new look, matching a new set of admission collateral designed by Pentagram of New York. This fall Arts & Ideas and Carillon have each been updated to match the new brand standards. In August www.oglethorpe.edu also adopted the new look. The new logo design is inspired by the emblem on the gates of Hermance Stadium (see photo), which is a quatrefoil, or an architectural feature of a flower. This image, when simplified, has a series of combined Os enclosed in a larger O, subtly reinforcing the brand from a classic prospective designed in a contemporary way. The brighter yellow is also fresh and new, playing on Oglethorpe’s traditional gold but with an updated feel that truly energizes today’s high school students. The quatrefoil is combined with two new typefaces, one that is classic in nature and one that is more contemporary.

Scottdale, Georgia Chairman, Mallory & Evans Development Ms. Veronica M. Holmes ‘02

Atlanta, Georgia Adjunct Professor, Oglethorpe University Member, Oglethorpe University Museum of Art Advisory Board Mr. Tad M. Hutcheson

Atlanta, Georgia Vice President, Marketing and Sales for AirTran Airways .. .. Mr. Cemal Ahmet Ozgorkey ’84

The look was developed by New York design firm Pentagram. The admission collateral was written by Andrea Jarrell with photography by Nichole Sloan.

Atlanta, Georgia Chairman, Board of Etap Industry and Investment Holding, Inc. Mr. Robert E. Reiser, Jr.

Atlanta, Georgia Executive VP and Chief Investment Officer, Balentine & Company Ms. Trishanda Treadwell ‘96, Esq.

Atlanta, Georgia Attorney, Parker Hudson Rainer & Dobbs Member, Alumni Board Dr. Pamela Tremayne

OGLETHORPE: THE BOOK

Atlanta, Georgia Lawyer Member, Oglethorpe University Museum of Art Advisory Board Mr. J. Cleve Hill ’01

Canton, Georgia Attorney, Phill Bettis Member, Stormy Petrel Bar Association Ms. Anita Stephenson Patterson ’97

Duluth, Georgia Financial Department, Manheim Auto Auction, owned by Cox Enterprises, Inc. President, Alumni Board

Oglethorpe’s history comes alive in a new book released this fall. Philip Weltner Library Director Anne A. Salter and former archivist Laura Masce collaborated with alumni to produce Oglethorpe University, part of Arcadia Publishing’s Campus History series. The 128-page book utilizes images from Oglethorpe’s archives to document the extraordinary history of the university’s faculty, campus and most importantly, its students. The over 200 images include Franklin Delano Roosevelt receiving his honorary degree, the Crypt of Civilization and early campus memories. Salter said, “This book celebrates Oglethorpe’s unique and exciting stories as well as showcases some of the university’s achievements as one of the outstanding liberal arts universities of the south.” The book is available at the OU Bookstore or from Arcadia Publishing (1-888-313-2665 or www.arcadiapublishing.com). A second Oglethorpe history book, featuring a manuscript by former Oglethorpe President Manning M. Pattillo, will be available later this fall. Both books will be featured during Alumni Weekend, March 28 – 30, 2008.

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GREEN

In going green, the Oglethorpe campus has turned blue — with recycling bins spread around campus. Golf carts driven by members of Environmentally Concerned Oglethorpe Students (ECOS) cruise campus to collect recycled bottles, cans and paper once a week.

SPRING EVENTS

The Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) assisted ECOS in establishing a larger recycling network this year, placing bins in every residential and academic building. “This year all of the recycling bins are blue and have the recycling symbol on them,” said ECOS president Jessica Daniel ’09, who helped revive the environment-friendly program as a freshman. “It’s more uniform now, so hopefully, it will be a natural thing for people to recycle.” Convenience and ubiquity play a large role in building participation. “I usually put things in a bin because it is right outside my door; it’s so convenient,” Rieddhi Shah ’10 said. Stephen Germany ’08 noted, “We’ve been trying to get bins in every suite on campus to make it easier to recycle containers and paper.” After the ECOS members pick up the recycled objects, a group called Dream Sanitation travels to Oglethorpe to pick them up. Greening efforts are not limited to recycling soda bottles and office paper, though. Chloe Edwards ’10 noticed a change in her suite one day. “A light which had been out in my dorm room was replaced with a compact fluorescent bulb. The light is a lot whiter than before.” Many lights on campus, including most in Conant, have been changed to compact fluorescents.

David G. Spielman

Join the Oglethorpe community on the Academic Quad at 11:45 a.m. to celebrate university namesake and Georgia founder James Edward Oglethorpe. At noon, students will compete against the Lupton bells in the Petrels of Fire race. A ceremony will follow in Conant with featured speaker and New York Times bestseller Pat Conroy.

As far as future plans are concerned, ECOS hopes to remove invasive Chinese privet (an evergreen shrub) on campus, provide environmental education for younger students, become an active part of the Green Peach Coalition and bring speakers to campus. Some plans have already been put into action. “We are partnering with the CCE to provide bins for the cafeteria to recycle their cardboard,” stated Daniel. “Honestly, I would say that the only thing I think the recycling program needs to improve on is getting more people involved. OGLETHORPE’S It should become a paid position just like the CCE. I think more people would be interested in the subject then,” said Alfonzo Mantilla ’09.

NEW LOOK

“We are always looking for people to partner with us on projects, especially alumni. The more outside projects we do, the more we’re bringing back to OU,” Daniel said. “Also, the more people you can meet, the more you have a chance to do. I believe that Oglethorpe is taking steps in right direction.”

FOR THE COMPLETE OGLETHORPE EVENTS CALENDAR VISIT WWW.OGLETHORPE.EDU (KEYWORD: EVENTS)

February 15, 16 and 17 at 8:00 p.m. The Vagina Monologues By Eve Ensler, directed by Heather DeVaney ‘09. Lupton Auditorium. Tickets: $5 general admission, $2 for OU students. Mature content.

February 13 Oglethorpe Day

Compact fluorescent light bulbs last up to 10 times longer than a regular light bulb, use about 70% less energy and produce 70% less heat while delivering more light per watt, according to Georgia Power.

In a special benefit to end violence against women, the women of Oglethorpe University present a special Valentine week production of Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues, supported by the Theatre Department. The performance features women’s lively accounts about what it means to be female. Their stories are funny and moving, forthright and refreshingly open. March 28 through 30, 2008 Alumni Weekend

Share a fun-filled weekend with your fellow alumni, family and friends. The following classes and affinity groups will be celebrating reunions: 1958, 1963, 1968, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003, Young Alumni (1998 – 2007), Yamacraw Staff, APO, Alumni Teachers and English majors.

April 16 Liberal Arts Symposium

Oglethorpe students present exemplary analytic and expressive work in this showcase of the liberal arts. A full schedule will be posted at www.oglethorpe.edu (keyword: symposium) prior to the event.

April 18, 2008 at 8:00 p.m. Oglethorpe University Singers and University Chorale Spring Concert with The Georgia Philharmonic – Philip Rice, conductor. Conant Performing Arts Center. Free Admission.

Orchestra and chorus conducted by Dr. W. Irwin Ray, Jr., plus additional selections by various composers with student soloists and ensembles. Guest soloists Anne-Marie Spalinger, soprano; Donna Carter, mezzo-soprano; and Stephen Ozcomert, bass-baritone.

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Kelly Robinson

Philip (Phil) Neujahr grew up in California and attended Stanford University for an undergraduate degree in philosophy and Yale University for his master’s and Ph.D. He arrived at Oglethorpe after spotting a job offer on a 3" x 5" index card on a Yale bulletin board. In April 1973 he made his first trip to Atlanta and started teaching soon after. “I felt very lucky. Just having your Ph.D. from Yale was not a guarantee of getting a job as a philosophy professor,” recalls Phil.

THREE DECADES AS OGLETHORPE’S POWER COUPLE PHIL NEUJAHR & VICKY WEISS

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In December 1976, Victoria (Vicky) Weiss interviewed with professors Bill Brightman, Linda Taylor and Phil Neujahr in a hotel room in New York City while attending a conference. She was just finishing her Ph.D. in English at Lehigh University, where she also received her master’s degree. Vicky was in the enviable position of having two job offers – Oglethorpe and the University of Hawaii at Honolulu. Although some might have chosen the tropical location of Hawaii, Vicky remembers a graduate professor’s comment that cemented her decision, “What work of real academic rigor has ever come out of Hawaii?” So the young woman from Cleveland, Ohio, who had never been farther south than Washington, D.C., felt fortunate to have a job in the exciting, growing city of Atlanta, and she began teaching at Oglethorpe in the fall of 1977.


Vicky and Phil from the 1979 Yamacraw yearbook.

At that time, Phil was division chair of the humanities (English and philosophy are now in separate divisions) and was Vicky’s boss. Both insist there was no flirtation for the first two years, although some might have suspected an attraction before the two realized it themselves. Provost William Shropshire, who at the time was chair of the division of business and economics and Callaway Professor of Economics, remembers, “When I came to Oglethorpe in 1979, Phil Neujahr was a bachelor philosophy professor and Vicky Weiss was the recently arrived professor of English and theatre director. I soon came to suspect that his interest in her was not just that of her division head. I was right!” The relationship blossomed one summer when Vicky, who was in California for a National Endowment for the Humanities seminar, took Phil up on his offer to show off his home state. “I have to say he was an excellent tour guide,” Vicky says, laughing. They started dating in 1979, and, before they married in 1985, their romance was big business on campus. “I lived in faculty housing on Hermance Drive from 1974 until 1985 and paid $115 in rent,” Phil remembers. He also remembers his blue 1966 Mustang and that Vicky had an apartment close by. They admit that students would drive by at all hours of the night trying to catch Phil’s blue Mustang at Vicky’s apartment and vice versa. Once married, they moved to a new home, but Phil kept the beloved ‘66 Mustang for a total of 21 years. “It had 170,000 miles on it but no seatbelts, so once we had our daughter Alison, the car had to go too. I still have dreams about that car.” Phil says wistfully.

OGLETHORPE IS STILL A PLACE WHERE A SINGLE FACULTY MEMBER CAN MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE. AT THE END just amazing that I get paid for doing this. OF THE DAY YOU In my core classes, it is my job to persuade HAVE A SENSE THAT students that this stuff is worth studying. I YOU’VE TOUCHED LIVES. succeed in most cases, but not all.”

While Phil has remained a philosophy professor with periods as division chair, Vicky’s trajectory at the university has taken many paths: professor of English, director of the Core Curriculum, ad hoc theatre director, director of development, interim provost, vice president for university relations and back to professor of English.

“I feel fortunate that Oglethorpe has given me the opportunity over the years to do what I’ve wanted to do and explore nearly all of the areas that make a university work. I’ve loved everything I have had the opportunity to do here.” Phil adds, “Studying and teaching in Atlanta is a great combination.” Although the faculty has grown in number, Vicky notes, “Oglethorpe is still a place where a single faculty member can make a real difference. At the end of the day you have a sense that you’ve touched lives. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve run into one of Phil’s old students around town, and they talk about the change that Phil made in their lives.” Phil agrees, “I have friendships with students that have lasted decades. I love teaching and what I do here. When I’m teaching an upper-level course with the right students, I think to myself that it is

Vicky chimes in, “The significance isn’t always apparent at the beginning. Then you see the light bulb go on, and students link pieces of knowledge together. They find they have a background they didn’t have before – they didn’t know where an idea belonged, and now they do.” Barbara Bessmer Henry ’85, director of alumni relations, knows first-hand the impact both have made on alumni through the years, “As I travel around the country and host events, one question I continually ask is, ‘Who inspired you while you were at Oglethorpe?’ And Vicky Weiss and Phil Neujahr are definitely at the top of the list of faculty who have made a difference in the lives of the alumni I have met.” Phil recently announced that he will retire at the end of the 2007 – 2008 academic year, but said that he will always stay connected to Oglethorpe and keep up the strong relationships formed with fellow faculty, students and alumni over the years. Proof of their deep Oglethorpe ties in fact brought the interview to a close as they ran to catch their twice weekly coffee date with retired history professor Dave Thomas, now in his 80s. “We love it,” Vicky says. “We hang out and talk politics.”

Both the university and the city have changed a lot since the 1970s, Vicky and Phil agree. “Oglethorpe was like a family back then, and the city, of course, has grown and changed by leaps and bounds.”

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ALUMNI SNAPSHOTS

A liberal arts education prepares students not for their first job, but for their third or fourth career, President Schall is known for stating. The profiles that follow show the wide range of activities Oglethorpe alumni take on in their personal and professional lives. These multi-faceted individuals from across the country are changing the world around them one step at a time.

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Mark DeLong ’03

’02 ALICIA

COWART

GEOGRAPHER CAPOEIRISTA CULTURAL INTERPRETER

Alicia’s “Queda de Rim” (“fall to the kidney” in Portuguese) and falling down from “bananeira” (“banana tree” in Portuguese) which is the movement where you’re walking on your hands.

Alicia Cowart ’02 has always been

interested in other cultures. Her independently planned major in art history and anthropology encouraged a better understanding of other worlds and times. Art of Traditional Peoples with Professor Catherine Kelly was one of her favorite courses because “it encompassed most of the cultures I was interested in, including African and Ancient American.” “Oglethorpe was really good about letting you explore your own interests,” she notes. “The professors, because they know you, help you figure out what you want to do. They really encourage you to follow your passions rather than stick to an already put-together program.” Alicia translated her passion into her work, landing a job at Emory’s Michael C. Carlos Museum and later Atlanta’s High Museum of Art. This fall she has begun a doctoral program in geography at the University of California Berkeley, which she calls her “dream school.” Through it all she has been studying the Afro-Brazilian art form of Capoeira Angola, incorporating “acrobatic movement, dance, martial arts, music, language, culture and everything else under the sun,” as Alicia puts it.

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Capoeira “is not really a hobby because it has a tendency to take over my life,” she says. Alicia became involved after a friend suggested she try it four years ago. “I was hooked from the beginning. There’s dance, music, language. It’s physical, but there’s a huge mental aspect, too.” Her Little 5 Points group is part of the International Capoeira Angola Foundation, founded in 1995. According to the foundation website, “Capoeira is a game believed to have originated in the Bantu region of Africa and to have been transported to Brazil during the slave trade. In a Capoeira game two players use a combination of acrobatic and martial arts movements to maneuver one another into a defenseless position. Striking an opponent directly or deliberately is frowned upon in a Capoeira game. Rather, the object of the game is to imply striking movements and to avoid them gracefully.” Alicia was instrumental in bringing capoeiristas from around the world, including masters from Brazil, to Atlanta in March 2007 for a women’s Capoeira conference. Now that she’s at Berkeley, she has joined the main West Coast group in Oakland, California. “Capoeira has pretty much altered my life,” she says. “The more you get into it, the more you realize it’s part of your life. It relates to life, to your community, no matter where you are.”


Lance discussed teaching techniques with Ginger Williams’ Introduction to Education class in April 2007.

’01 LANCE OZIER

Lance Ozier ’01 was a politics major his freshman year at Oglethorpe. His worldview changed the following summer when he was introduced to Morry’s Camp, now known as Project Morry, a year-round youth development organization that offers residential summer camps for students in fifth through twelfth grade in the New York tri-state area. Ten years later, Lance is deep in the educational field — he is the education coordinator for Project Morry, a small schools advisor with the National Academy for Excellent Teaching, a curriculum consultant with the Student Press Initiative and a doctoral student at Columbia University’s Teachers College. “The reason it sounds like such a hodgepodge of jobs is because it is,” Lance says. He notes that while most graduate programs are funded by grants or teaching or research positions, most students at Teachers College fund their education through a variety of grant jobs. “It’s great to be able to take on a variety of roles and have a hand in a variety of experiences.” At Project Morry, Lance builds educational components for the broad range of students served by the program. “In fifth through

EDUCATOR ADVISOR CONSULTANT eighth grades, it’s a more traditional summer camp experience,” he explains. Students have athletic and art activities, but also focus on a project-based activity, which is presented at an educational expo at the end of camp. “We also hold the Academic Olympics, focusing on science and math. Professor Dan Schadler continues to be a great resource for us. I’ll call him up to see what fun activities we can do with kids.” For the high school students, camp focuses on college prep. “In level two, they take a two-week road trip to visit college campuses and museums. This summer they visited Senator Chris Dodd in his Capitol Hill office. Level three offers ‘leader-in-training’ and life skills.”

“Our students have such a tremendous sense of giving back. They aren’t ashamed; they’re proud of themselves. Many alums come back as summer counselors. One lady, a senior in college now, just returned from a semester in Paris. She chose to do that because her group was led by a counselor who had spent a semester abroad in Paris. It was pretty amazing to see that come full circle.” Lance credits Oglethorpe with advancing his educational development. “More than anything it gave me confidence in my ideas and tools to execute those ideas. I was strongly encouraged to learn — not necessary to get it right, but to learn from my mistakes. It says a lot about a place when you want others to experience it — and I certainly would want anyone to have the kind of experience I did at Oglethorpe.”

All that work clearly pays off, as Morry’s Camp boasts a 100% graduation rate from high school among their students; 98% of their students continue to college, and 100% of those graduate from college.

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’66 CARL

BERGMAN

Bill O’Leary – The Washington Post

CITY AUDITOR WHISTLE BLOWER Carl Bergman ’66 earned what he refers to as his “15 seconds of fame” doing what Oglethorpe professors need not do thanks to the honor code — he exposed plagiarism in a Washington, D.C., mayor’s office report on the district’s school system. “It was in the main parts. They took the lead rhetoric from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg [North Carolina] plan,” he says. “Charlotte was also exploring an alternative high school. It was apparent no one in D.C. read the plan because that section was in their document, but they already had an alternative school. My two daughters went there.” In addition to his vested interest in the school system, Carl worked as a city auditor for six years. “I follow what’s going on in general, but this is just a case of a completely neglected issue that I happened upon,” he says.

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After reading the mayor’s plan to overhaul the D.C. school system, Carl noticed inconsistent language. A quick Google check of key phrases led him to the CharlotteMecklenburg plan. “Our city council didn’t hold due diligence on the plan. No one had analyzed it, and that was wrong.” During his time at Oglethorpe, Carl remembers learning how to analyze issues. “I really liked the Core, especially the emphasis on philosophy. The business of ‘the life of the mind’ is really true — it wasn’t just teaching what was popular that day. It’s doing analysis and thinking about issues that really helped me,” he notes. “I owe learning how to think to Oglethorpe.” After researching the school plan further, Carl wrote an op-ed piece for The Washington Post, but it was rejected, so he went to other media. Local NPR affiliate WAMU broke the story, then The Washington Post made note of it, leading to a profile of Carl on May 10 – his 15 seconds of fame. “It sort of took on a life of its own,” he explains. From his days as a city auditor, Carl has had his name bandied about in the press. Since the 1980s Carl has kept a lower

profile, running his own computer consulting company, SilverSoft. Its big focus lately has been supporting electronic health records through EHRselector.com, but Carl is also working on a site for book readers that’s “more than just sales.” Carl still maintains his ties to Oglethorpe, attending alumni receptions in the D.C. area and attending college fairs to support the admission office. “I visited campus this summer, and it was beautiful as usual,” he states. Back in D.C., Carl, a big Washington Nationals fan, is looking forward to attending the last home game at RFK Stadium before the opening of Nationals Park in April 2008. So, what happened to the school plan after Carl’s 15 seconds? The mayor’s office still has not explained the copy-and-paste methodology of the plan, but it has issued a new plan (noticeably missing from the internet, Carl notes). The system superintendent is “looking into new structures, but no one is looking at the academic plan,” Carl notes. “I think I did [the mayor] a favor, but I don’t think he sees it that way.”


Singing “Georgia On My Mind” at the Singer’s Reunion during Alumni Weekend 2007 was more than just another tune for Elizabeth Watts ’93. The television personality and Home Shopping Network spokesperson grew up in Savannah, Georgia, before spending her college years at Oglethorpe. Since leaving Atlanta, she has explored the natural side of Florida, living in Key West, Fort Lauderdale and St. Petersburg. She maintains a native plant yard at home. “It’s my sanctuary,” she says. “If you plant the native seeds, the birds will find them.” Elizabeth’s career has grown along with her garden. After graduation, she followed her passion of music, composing songs and singing lead vocals with several bands. She credits Dr. Joseph Knippenberg and former registrar Paul Hudson with encouraging her artistic side. Her efforts earned her recognition as best original musician at an open mic competition in 1994. She landed the lead role in Flamingo Follies, which she starred in for two years.

“Having a liberal arts education helped me to learn to think for myself,” Elizabeth says. “I will always appreciate that we wrote so much. We learned a lot about thinking and forming our own opinions based on the readings. We had different kinds of professors, including one who came over from Kuwait (during the Gulf War). The entire experience was about opening our minds.

I really wanted that one-on-one experience on a small campus.” Elizabeth still sings, though now it’s with her church. She keeps centered by practicing Shambhala meditation and babysitting for her three nephews, who live in town with her two sisters.

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’93 ELIZABETH WATTS

“We were in Key West. There were $60,000 costumes. It was one of my favorite experiences. It wasn’t a bad life at all. I could hang out at the beach during the day and do the show at night.” That experience led Elizabeth to the Caribbean as a vocalist with Celebrity Cruise Lines. After seven months on the seas, she got involved in the Florida theatre scene and earned roles in a few short films. Since 1997 she has been a product spokesperson and host on NBC’s iVillage, Home Shopping Network and more than 100 commercials. She remembers that on her first day at HSN she sprayed dirt on her face on live television. “I was able to laugh it off at the time, but that was embarrassing.” She recovered quickly and is now known as a natural personality in the industry. When Kathy Griffin visited the studios (with her crew from Bravo’s My Life on the D List), Elizabeth was able to ease her fears and coax her through live product pitches.

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HORTON FAMILY LEGACY

During orientation weekend Mary Beth Horton ’11 shared the Oglethorpe experience with her parents. For her father, though, it was more of a rediscovery.

DAD DAUGHTER PETRELS

Dr. Philip Horton ’79, a pre-med student

at Oglethorpe, had rarely returned to campus after his graduation. He still praises his advisor, Dr. Dan Schadler. “He was always available and dedicated to the mission of the students,” he recalls, sitting on the quad outside Goslin Hall. “I think he’s the reason I succeeded. In Organic Chemistry, there were six of us, so if we had a question we could spend all the time we needed with him.” Horton, now medical director of the Community Mental Health Center of East Central Georgia, says moving his daughter to campus almost 30 years after graduating “is strange. It’s just unreal.” Yet, the former Oglethorpe Student Association president never pushed his daughter to become a Petrel. “She knew it meant a lot to me, but we never pushed her.”

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Mary Beth says the strongest push came from the soccer program; the freshman forward had been training for a week with the team before her classmates moved onto campus. “It’s a small community, but there’s lots to do. I also like the one-on-one time with professors.” “The campus always struck me as very friendly,” Philip notes. “I spent so much time in Goslin, looking out the windows of the lab watching people throw Frisbees on the quad. I think we’ll be coming back a lot more.”


’99 JEANIE Jeanie Flohr Treadaway ’99 tries her

best to live the Oglethorpe motto — “Make a life. Make a living. Make a difference.” — every day. This year she’s making a new life for herself in Austin, Texas, after living in Atlanta since graduation and serving two years as an Oglethorpe trustee. Jeanie is starting a new office for see see eye, an Atlanta-based graphic design and communications firm where she has worked since 1999. As an account supervisor with see see eye (where Terry Tribbet Davis ’82 served as president), Jeanie works regularly with large corporate clients, including past work with AtheroGenics, BellSouth, CBL & Associates Properties, Colonial Bank, CVS, Post Properties and Rock-Tenn. It’s her non-profit clients, including Hands On Atlanta, United Way and Prevent Child Abuse Georgia, that receive 120% from her. “It’s so easy to understand why,” she says. “It’s not about how many widgets you produce at what cost, but how you affect lives. It’s great to see results from those. It’s nice being able to go into corporations like CVS or BellSouth to learn about them, too, but the real rewards come from helping the non-profit clients.”

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Prevent Child Abuse Georgia got more than 120% of Jeanie’s attention as she was working on their annual report in 2001. “I had no idea of the need of children in Georgia, the amount of abuse, verbal or physical, and how many times that leads to death,” she says. “After working on the report and seeing the need, there was no way I couldn’t be involved. There’s an opportunity to change someone’s life.” Jeanie volunteered with their marketing and communications campaigns, joining their communications board and chairing the group’s 2004 silent auction. Since relocating to Austin, Jeanie has been searching for similar organizations. She saw similar dedication while at Oglethorpe. Jeanie mentions three professors who made a difference in her life: Dr. Dean Tucker, whom she met on the quad while touring campus, Dr. Philip Tiu, “one of the happiest men doing math I know,” and Dr. Wilt Straley, whom she had for Strategic Management. “Not only was it an intriguing

class, but he took the time to answer all of my questions,” Jeanie recalls. “At our last test, he set up a desk right outside his office for me, since I asked so many questions.” Jeanie now co-chairs the Oglethorpe Women’s Network (OWN), organized in 2000 by Betsy Hansen. OWN programming, such as October’s Women in Islam lecture, offers educational, social and personal development to the Oglethorpe community. “The current tagline — Make a life. Make a living. Make a difference. — was visible in every professor, every interaction I had at the school,” she says. “I can’t wait to tell students I meet that there’s a university out there that understands what it means to make a difference in the world. There’s a place that not only changes you, but that you can change. That’s why I continue to be involved and am excited to be co-chairing the Oglethorpe Women’s Network.”

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’72 WILLIAM DUMAS

Growing up William Dumas ’72 could usually be found in the city park behind his house in Rockville, Connecticut. “My mom would have to yell out to me when I had a phone call, or when dinner was ready. From the time I was a kid I was always interested in sports.” That investment of time has paid off in at least two ways for William. The first payoff was finding Oglethorpe. During his final year in a University of Hartford preparatory program, the dean suggested William look for a small private school. “I had always followed sports and read the papers as much as I could. The dean suggested several schools, then pulled out a book and Oglethorpe came up. He didn’t know much about it, but I did since I followed sports. Oglethorpe was a powerhouse in Division II basketball then. I applied to Oglethorpe, which accepted me in the fall of 1969. I knew Atlanta was a good place, but I hadn’t visited. That first year my parents took vacation to drop me off, sight unseen.” Before graduating three years later, William served as basketball team manager under head coach Tom Norwood. He recalls traveling through Alabama, the Carolinas and Florida with the team. “I really experienced the South in those years,” he says. “Oglethorpe gave me a solid education as well as a social education.” William’s second payoff has been attending seven Olympic Games. “When you’re at the Olympic Games, it’s like you’re in a different world — you lose track of time and where you are,” William says.

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OLYMPIC GAMES AFICIONADO If his name doesn’t ring a bell, it’s because William isn’t an athlete, but a representative to the U.S. Olympic Committee. Since becoming a Connecticut representative in 1983, he has helped prepare biographical information on athletes for the media. “I dig up athletes’ background and practice stats for the media.” His favorite Olympic memories come from the 1988 Winter Games in Calgary and the 1992 Summer Games in Barcelona. In 1988, “the big thing was the Jamaican bobsled team,” William recalls. “They were very down-to-earth people. Unlike most athletes in the U.S., almost any of the Olympic athletes will actually stop and talk to you. They travel in groups of four or five, and at least one will speak English and translate.” In 1992 William met Carl Lewis. “I got to spend some good time visiting with him in Barcelona. He’s very down-to-earth and private, but when you meet him, he’s more than happy to talk to you.” Outside of his Olympic life, William spent 25 years as a pressman for the Hartford Courant, occasionally covering high school sports championships for the newspaper. “During the playoffs, there were more games than reporters,” he explains. “I would go to the games, make my notes then head back to the newsroom, where the reporters helped me edit a recap. Then I’d head into the pressroom to print the paper. To the pressmen, it was a big deal to see my name in print.”


’51 BLEECKER

TOTTEN VII

Bleecker Totten ’51 has lived the dream life of every liberal arts student. After graduating from Oglethorpe with a chemistry degree, he went into the military during the Korean War. Luck was on his side, however, and he was sent to Germany for two years. When he returned to New Jersey, he worked as a control chemist for Colgate/ Palmolive then at Union Carbide. Meanwhile, he enrolled in Fordham University’s night law school. Before taking the bar exam, he started writing patent applications at Union Carbide. Then he transferred to the real estate relocation department. “I’m probably one of the grandfathers of employee relocation programs,” he proudly notes. In 1962 he took a job leading McGraw Hill’s worldwide real estate relocation efforts. In 1980 he went to work for Edward S. Gordon Company, which became Insignia and is now CB Richard Ellis. Twenty-seven years later Bleecker still works full-time as senior vice president in CBRE’s Saddle Brook, New Jersey, offices. “Real estate is fascinating,” he says. “Everything you do in real estate is different. It’s all about people too, which I love. And it’s challenging.”

Bleecker and his wife Alice in front of Mount Fuji.

VETERAN CHEMIST LAWYER REAL ESTATE EXPLORER Bleecker and his wife travel extensively, exploring world cultures. “We travel as much as we can,” he says, noting an upcoming trip to Hong Kong and Vietnam. He has visited every continent. Antarctica, which he’s only seen once, is his favorite. “It’s tough to get there, and the water where the Pacific and Atlantic meet is not the calmest either.” “There’s nothing there but ice and penguins,” he says. “It’s pristine beauty; the beginning of the food chain. Walking among the penguins en masse — they aren’t afraid nor do they run.” After five successful careers, Bleecker looks back at his Oglethorpe education. “The basic principle, then and I guess now, is Oglethorpe didn’t want to turn out a doctor or a lawyer or an engineer, but it wanted to produce well-rounded people.”

“Dr. Weltner was the president then. There were a number of incredible professors — Drs. Goslin, Cohen, Brown, Seward. A lot of fascinating people on campus,” he says. “Atlanta at that time was a true small town. Brookhaven had a gas station; Buckhead had a few small bars, dives really.” “It was a nice time [at Oglethorpe]. I took logic with Dr. Seward, and I think on the first exam I got a 30 — that was out of 100,” he recalls. “I talked to him after class and he invited me over to his house on Hermance Drive that evening. I walked over, he invited me in, and his wife had made cookies. He said ‘let’s just sit down and talk about it,’ and we did. That was the Oglethorpe way, even then.”

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DB Love ‘08

BY

Mark DeLong ’03

BECOME THE WORLD PETRELS EXPLORE OTHER CULTURES THROUGH STUDY ABROAD

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The opportunity to study abroad can have profound effects on a student’s education, not to mention their worldview. At Oglethorpe, the chance to experience other cultures has grown rapidly since the Oglethorpe University Students Abroad (OUSA) program began in 2003. OUSA oversees students’ study abroad experiences, be they at one of 15 partner schools (with another handful in the works) or another institution of the student’s choosing, short-term co-curricular trips and two special “associate student” programs at Oxford University (Oxford, England) and Umbra Institute (Perugia, Italy). Jeffrey Collins, director of OUSA since its formation, spoke of the value of study abroad to a liberal arts education: “Saint Augustine said once that he who does not travel only turns one page in the book of life. Studying abroad affords students the opportunity to read several chapters. It shatters your backyard version of the world, demotes you to a realization that the universe does not turn on your religion or convictions or political views and then promotes you, hopefully, to a grander view, an ennobling outlook that embraces change, diversity and people everywhere. Travel teaches you tolerance, teaches you patience and stamps your passport — ‘here

then is a true citizen, not of one clime or continent, but of the world.’ By traveling, you don’t just see the world, you become it.” Revée Barbour ’08, a Spanish and pre-med major, became Spain during her spring 2007 study abroad at Oglethorpe’s Madrid partner institution, Universidad Franscico de Vitoria. “Living in Madrid taught me knowledge that a classroom could not have effectively provided. A classroom cannot teach you how to survive in a foreign country, how to interact with the people of a foreign country, how to speak the colloquial language of a region in a foreign country or, more importantly, how to live like the people of that foreign country. Many of those skills are learned through life experience and exposure.” Aside from learning about a culture, study abroad offers students the opportunity to learn about themselves. “I learned how important it is to cherish your youth and freedom,” Barbour noted. “Like many other students, I spent my previous academic years with full course loads while working part-time jobs on and off-campus. I rarely afforded myself time for fun and relaxation. My experience in Madrid allowed me to slow down my fast pace and essentially ‘smell the roses.’ I now have an even greater love and appreciation for my major, the Spanish language and culture and the importance of enjoying the liberties of my youth and not growing-up too fast.” SHORT-TERM TRIPS

For students who do not have the time or means for a full semester, Oglethorpe offers three to six short-term trips abroad each year, often for academic credit.

Amanda Rowell ’10

Collins’ favorite destinations are Greece and Italy. “These cultures are the foundation of our Western civilization,” he said, “and it always delights me to see our students astonished and in awe of the art,

culture, food and extraordinary people of these countries.” Spots on those trips fill quickly every year. Drue Malone ’07 became Greece during a June 2007 trip. “Looking back, I find it hard to image that I was there, I saw that, I did that,” he said. “Being engulfed in a different culture is something unusual. You find yourself picking up customs, acting a little different, learning — but learning in such a tangible way that it feels as if you are soaking in the knowledge. My trip abroad was amazing. I’m just lucky that Oglethorpe allowed me to participate in such a wonderful experience.” The opportunity is not just for students, though. Cliff Moore ’09 and his parents became Greece this summer. Theresa and John Moore wrote, “We are so grateful to Jeffrey Collins and the OUSA program for making our Greece trip truly an amazing experience. We learned so much about Greek life, culture and history and will forever have many fond memories!” This year’s short-term trips include a Japanese immersion course, Italian art history, a study of Chinese revolutions, Brittany’s small museums and a summer in Oxford. “The most rewarding part of my job is seeing the faces of students who see the Winged Victory of Samothrace or the Pantheon or the Primavera for the first time — their excitement and joy at seeing what they have studied in class is priceless,” Collins said. Barbour, who studied in Madrid, is a believer in experiencing culture first-hand. “I truly believe the best way to learn about a language and the culture that surrounds it is to dive head first into it,” she said. “I am very fortunate to go to a university that is able to provide me and other students with this unique opportunity.”

Amanda Rowell ’10

DB Love ‘08

From top: Antoinette Niland ’08 reads a report in Greece; A Mykonos chapel; (clockwise from left) Brittiny Bach ’10, Cliff Moore ’09, Amanda Rowell ’10, Alyx Buonanotte ’09 and Luciana Lazzarino ’08 in Greece. CARILLON |

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ALUMNI ALERT

FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

Fall signifies the start of a new academic year — and what a start it was. On August 16, I had the pleasure of attending the ribbon cutting ceremony of the newest residence halls on campus. The new halls, laughingly called So-No-So by Dr. Schall, are the latest additions to the campus and were made possible by the generosity of our trustees and other friends of Oglethorpe. If you haven’t visited campus in a while, I encourage you to do so. I would venture to say that you will be bowled over by what you find — not just new buildings and construction for even more enhancements, but an enthusiasm for OU expressed by students, faculty and staff. You’ll also find a new logo, symbolizing our tradition as we move into the future. Our new logo is the embodiment of where we are going, while keeping an eye on where we have been. As your newest National Alumni Board president, I’m asking you personally to make 2007-08 the year you become re-engaged with Oglethorpe. Your board

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is committed to helping you, our alumni, find reasons to return to campus. We’ve sent you information concerning ePetrel, our alumni online community located at www.alumni.oglethorpe.edu as a tool to help you reconnect and stay connected during your busy lives. We’ll also be sending you information about upcoming events designed to reach out to you and help you find that reason to return to campus and make a life, make a living, make a difference. If you are looking for ways to become involved, please contact Barbara Bessmer Henry ’85, Director of Alumni Relations, at bhenry@oglethorpe.edu or 404.364.8443. You can also contact me directly. I look forward to seeing you on campus soon. Anita Stevenson Patterson ’97 President of National Alumni Association anita.patterson@manheim.com 678.645.2020


CLASS NOTES

FUTURE PETRELS September 25, 2006. She joins her big sister Anna Grace who is two years old. They reside in Charleston, South Carolina, where Kimberly stays at home with the children, and Robert works for IBM. Todd Shapiro ’89

and Virginia Palacio welcomed their second child on July 26, 2007. Amalia Fernanda weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces and measured 19.75 inches long. Her big brother Jacob was happy to meet her after months of talking about her.

Will Lukow ’95

and wife Courtney welcomed Brooks Frederick on July 15, 2007. He weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and was 19.75 inches in length. Will and Courtney’s son Carter loves his baby brother. Shannon Moreland Lambert ‘99

and husband Andy announce the birth of their son Gavin Mark born November 16, 2006. He weighed 8 pounds, 13.7 ounces. They reside in Marietta, Georgia, where Shannon works at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Emily Gurley Adams ‘96 Wendy Kurant Rollins ‘90

and husband Mark announce the birth of their son, Quentin Kurant, on July 2, 2006. As a son of two English professors, Quentin is pretty much doomed to the academic life. Whether he will go to Oglethorpe University or his father’s alma mater, Auburn University, is still a hot debate!

and husband Eric announce the birth of their daughter Lillian Magdalena, born March 10, 2007, weighing 6 pounds and 11 ounces.

Chris Rylands ’01

Jennifer Johnson Manly ‘96

and wife Traci announce the birth of their son, Sean Patrick, on April 16, 2007, weighing 7 pounds, 12 ounces and measuring 21 inches long. Mother and baby are both doing great!

and husband Chuck welcome their daughter Andy, born on September 9, 2005. She now talks almost as much as her mommy!

Jennifer “Indy” Straeffer ‘92

and husband, Steve Apple, welcomed twins on December 14, 2006. Jennifer worked as a manager of global enterprise products at Nortel in Raleigh until Brendan Charles and Jillian Elizabeth were born. She is now a stay-at-home mom.

Alison Owens Makely ‘02

Jennifer Sisco Pekosz ‘96

and husband Mark welcomed their son, Oren Jackson Pekosz, on August 1, 2007. Oren weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces and measured 18.75 inches long. Mom, Dad and baby are doing well.

and husband Andy welcomed their twin babies, William George and Anna Jordan, on October 25, 2006. Will weighed 6 pounds, and Anna weighed 5 pounds and 5 ounces.

Denise Allen Brown ‘93

and husband Scott welcomed Amelia Ann on November 7, 2006. She weighed 6 pounds, 1 ounce, and measured 17.5 inches long. Her proud aunt is Jennifer Allen Aase ‘93. Denise practices general dentistry in Suwanee, Georgia.

Kara Blanton Le Febvre ‘03 Kimberly Williams McCants ‘97

and husband Robert announce the birth of their second daughter Madalyn Day born

and husband Lenny announce the birth of their son, Patrick Thomas. He arrived on March 7, 2007, and weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces and measured 19 inches in length. They live in Madison, Alabama. CARILLON |

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CLASS NOTES

WEDDINGS Deborah (Debbie) Morgan ’83 married Colonel Henry Joyce Foresman, Jr., on April Morgan ’83

Mandel ’91

14, 2007, in a ceremony conducted at Union Christian Church in Watkinsville, Georgia. He is a 1976 graduate of Virginia Military Institute and received his master’s in history from James Madison University. He did coursework for his Ph.D. in history at the University of Tennessee. A native of Lexington, Virginia, he is currently stationed at Fort McPherson where he works in plans for Third Army.

Steve Mandel ’91 and Mia Cohen were married in August 2005, at Chabad of Alpharetta. Naomi Walker ’91 and Basil Halta ’93 were there to celebrate this special day. Steve

is a quality assurance analyst at Oracle and Mia is a teacher at the Davis Academy. They live in Marietta, Georgia, with their dogs Lucy and Sammy.

Samantha (Sam) Crumley ’02 married Nicholas Olson in Islamorada, Florida, in a

small beach ceremony. They reside in Alpharetta, Georgia, where Sam works as a senior claims representative for Nationwide Insurance.

Jenée Kristin Amodeo ’06 married Glauber Tonelli on January 6, 2007, at the Marietta Conference Center and Resort. Abby Kurland ’06 and Rachael Zellner ’07 were in

attendance. The couple resides in Maryland, where they hope to soon adopt a guinea pig.

Sarah Jane Opp ’06 and Joshua Jeffrey Carter were married June 10, 2006, in Peachtree City, Georgia. The wedding party included Mary Straub ‘04 and Kelli Weatherall ‘06.

The ladies of Sigma Sigma Sigma were also in attendance. Sarah is currently an admission counselor for Oglethorpe, while Josh is a research engineer for Lockheed Martin. They recently purchased their first home, just two miles from Oglethorpe in Chamblee, Georgia, where they live with their cocker spaniel, Jazzy.

Crumley ’02

Opp ’06

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ALUMNI UPDATES Joseph (Joe) James Accardi ’57

graduated from Oglethorpe with a bachelor’s degree and then in 1963 received an Associate of Arts in nursing from Fairleigh Dickson University. Joe served in the US Navy as a PhM 2/c from 1941 until 1947. Joe married his wife Jo Nell on April 30, 2005. Joe has a daughter, Kathleen M. Accardi, who is a retired flight attendant. Joe is a Unitarian Universalist and has worked seven years in various federal positions, including the Atlanta Federal Penitentiary. Joe has worked in various V.A. hospitals and US Public Health Service Hospitals. He traveled all over the U.S. and has lived in 15 states and 37 cities. He has been to France, Italy, Portugal, Andorra, Gibralta and Switzerland. His hobbies include pistol shooting, traveling and music. Joe’s favorite Oglethorpe memory was how impressed he was by the faculty and the liberal arts program.

Helen Hogan Hill ’52 ate breakfast with President Schall during his seven-city trip

across Florida in January 2007 to visit alumni, parents, high school counselors and prospective students. “Helen and I had our picture taken together, and when I told her someday we might be famous, she responded, ‘You know how to become famous? Turn 100. Everybody wants a piece of you,’” President Schall wrote. Born in 1905, Helen just says that for everything she can no longer do (because of her age), there is something else new to try. Impressed by Helen’s attitude, President Schall wrote: “At Oglethorpe, we like to say we educate our students to make a life, make a living and make a difference. Helen Hill’s life has been all about that. She grew up as a country girl in Georgia, lost her father when she was five and was sent away to school at the age of 12. Her mother wanted to make sure Helen would be able to provide for herself (remember, this was before 1920). Helen’s first job was as a county extension officer, teaching skills such as cooking and sewing to women and girls in the North Georgia Mountains, an area that even today is very rural. Helen was an educator her whole life, until she retired some four decades ago. “Ms. Hill told me a wonderful Oglethorpe story. She took a class that met early every Saturday morning. During tests her professor would leave the room, and Helen and her classmates would occasionally share an answer or two (I guess this must have been in the days before the Honor Code). Well, the professor got wind of this and thereafter never left the room. When he approached Helen about her improved performance during the semester, she replied, ‘I guess I just did better by myself.’” Her son is Paul Hogan, retired editor of the St. Petersburg Times. She has another son who worked for the government his entire career and currently lives in Sanibel, Florida. She has several grandchildren and a couple of great grandchildren that visit her. She was so appreciative of her time at Oglethorpe University that she drove several women from Marietta to the OU campus to attend education classes in a vehicle that she financed herself. She said Dr. Schall’s visit was the most exciting thing to happen to her since she turned 100.

Ellen Kinsey Bayley ’57 graduated from Oglethorpe with a Bachelor of Arts in education and was a teacher in the public schools. Ellen taught art education and currently is an artist with works sold in galleries in the Southeast. Throughout her life, Ellen has always been active in volunteering or teaching the arts. She and her husband Ted Bayley ’58 have three daughters and five grandchildren. Ellen’s favorite memories include the friendships she made, the excitement of learning and the beautiful Oglethorpe campus. Billy (Bill) P. Camp ’57 graduated from

Oglethorpe with a Bachelor of Science in physics and liberal arts. He was an engineer at Westinghouse for 35 years. Bill also served in the US Army as a Sergeant from 1951 until 1954. Bill married his wife Harriet on August 13, 1959. They have four children: Cheryl who is a church administrator, Greg who is a hotel chief engineer, Roger who is a loan officer at the Federal Reserve and Russ who is a manager at Petroleum. Bill’s favorite Oglethorpe memory was watching “The Barracks” being demolished. Lewis (Lew) DeRose ’57 graduated

from Oglethorpe with a Bachelor of Science. After attending Oglethorpe, he went to Louisiana State University and then to Emory University where he received a Master of Social Science in 1976. Lewis served in the army from 1954 until 1956. He married Doris Sandra on July 12, 1975, and they have two sons. Lew worked as a radiation health physicist for Veterans Affair Medical Center for 13 years. He remembers Oglethorpe, students, staff and faculty of 1950–1957. Lew also remembers the warmth, support and caring of the Oglethorpe community. CARILLON |

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Freida Beatty Duffey ’57 graduated from Oglethorpe with a bachelor’s degree in education and then received a master’s degree in library science from Georgia State University in 1965. Freida retired after 29 years with the Atlanta Board of Education. She married her late husband, Duffey, in 1947, and he passed away in 1958. Freida and Duffey have three children: Pamela who is retired from the State of Georgia; Colleen who is a nurse in Massachusetts; and Carol who is in business. Richard Eason, Jr. ’57 received his

Bachelor of Arts degree from Oglethorpe and a Juris Doctorate from Woodrow Wilson College of Law in 1973. Richard married Patricia (Rae) Fuller Eason ’59 on July 27, 1957. Richard worked as an attorney for Eason, Kennedy and Crawford for 34 years. Richard and Rae have three sons. Richard participated in jury trials in all Georgia venues and since retirement has spent 10 years on Team Trivia four to five nights weekly. Richard remembers Judge Charles Weltner ’48, Professors Coburne and Dobson, all of his Oglethorpe classes, extracurricular activities and sports, especially baseball.

James (Wally) Fowler ’57 had an

individually planned major and after leaving Oglethorpe, he received a Bachelor of Science in pharmacy from Mercer University in 1957. James married Betty Jo on January 27, 2001. He has a daughter, Denise, who is a housewife. James has always been involved in community services including the Rotary Club (past president) and 15 years of service on the Cherokee County Zoning and Planning Board. He is currently serving his 13th year on the Canton City Council and is involved in the Cherokee County Historical Society and Arts Council. James has traveled to Europe eight times and teaches Sunday school at his church. James appreciated how the Oglethorpe campus was so conducive to studying. His favorite Oglethorpe memory was in spring when the art professor would take the class outside if the weather was pleasant. Usually class was held under one of the great oaks. That class was the only “A” that he made.

Charles Gipson ’57 received a Bachelor of Arts from Oglethorpe, a degree in the New Testament from Emory University in 1963 and a preaching degree from Southern Methodist University in 1968. Charles served as a captain in the Marines from 1957 until 1963 on active duty and from 1963 until 1968 in the Reserves. Charles married his wife Sarah on April 23, 1994. Charles has a daughter and two sons. Charles retired in 2000 after working 39 years in pastoral ministry beginning in his

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home state of Mississippi in 1963, contributing to the Civil Rights Movement there. He moved to Indiana in 1968 and served mostly in churches in or around Indianapolis. Currently, Charles and Sarah provide a small-scale retreat center, Willow Pond Retreat, on their retirement property which is inclusive of seekers of different religions. In 2005, they traveled to England and Wales with the Evansville Philharmonic Chorus, in which Sarah sings and currently serves as president. Charles finds growth in a monthly interfaith book discussion group and enjoys time spent working outdoors and writing reflections. Charles’ favorite memory at Oglethorpe was the closeness of the humanics group. He experienced true community as they gave each other the gift of authenticity. One warm spring day several of his classmates in the humanics class made an impromptu and uncharacteristic choice to simply cut the class taught by their revered professor, L. “Pop” Crow and enjoy the day together. They traveled to Lake Lanier, known for its pristine setting and crystal clear water. The sense of freedom, peace, love and unity with one another and the universe was unforgettable. That Oglethorpe day was a benchmark for other peak experiences for Charles which are rare moments, yet they serve to anchor the soul in the joy of life. Harry Greene, Jr. ’57 worked with the

USAF for 20 years. He married Mercedes on February 17, 1962, and they have one son.

Peggy Cullars Guillebeau ’57 graduated

from Oglethorpe with a bachelor’s in elementary education. Peggy married F. Dempsey on July 16, 1950, and they had four children: Watson, a business man in warehousing; Janet, a special education teacher; David, a banker; and Mark who works at Edison Wood Presentation. Peggy has lived a good life in Albany, Georgia. Her husband Dempsey practiced internal medicine for 40 years. She has been raising children and working in the field of alcoholism. She has been very blessed with the desire to make this a better world. Peggy’s favorite Oglethorpe memory is that she loved the small classes and all of her instructors. She believes it helped her to live a richer life through books and the value of service in her life.

Robert Hawkins ’57 graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Oglethorpe and in 1969 received his Master of Arts in history from Georgia State University. Robert retired after 25 years with the Georgia Department of Education. He served in the Navy as an electronics tech from 1949 to 1953. Robert married Jean,

and they have two sons and one daughter. Robert taught social studies in the Atlanta schools from 1957 until 1962, participated in NASA’s space science traveling program from 1962 until 1966, was an instructional television coordinator with the Georgia Department of Education from 1966 until 1991 and served as an adjunct instructor of history at Georgia Perimeter College from 1975 until 2005. Robert’s favorite memory of Oglethorpe was the excellent faculty. Gordon Hiles ’57 received a Bachelor of Arts from Oglethorpe, an MBA from Georgia State University in 1968 and a Juris Doctorate from Woodrow Wilson College of Law in 1976. He served in the Navy from 1959 to 1964 and was a Lieutenant, Junior Grade. Gordon is a retired attorney, and his wife Pattie is retired from Bank of America. Gordon and Pattie enjoy traveling, especially going on cruises. Gordon’s favorite Oglethorpe memory was being taught by Dr. George Seward. James (Jim) Milton ’57 received a Bachelor

of Arts from Oglethorpe. Jim married his wife Peggy on August 9, 1958, and they have one daughter. Jim retired after 35 years as a general manager at Sears, Roebuck and Company. Jim has been heavily involved with his community, serving as president of the Chamber of Commerce, president of two different Rotary clubs, president of United Way, president of Big Canoe Property and homeowner’s association president. He has been a member of the American Heart Association, City Planning and Zoning Commission, Georgia State Bar Investigative Panel and C & S Bank director for 15 years. Jim’s favorite memories at Oglethorpe were the professors that challenged him to be an analytical thinker and also stimulated his love of reading history. In 1978, Jim and his four siblings established the Virgil W. and Virginia C. Milton Endowed Scholarship at Oglethorpe in memory of their parents. Virgil Milton was a 1929 graduate of OU, a former chairman of the Board of Trustees and a 1975 Honorary Doctor of Commerce recipient. The Milton Scholarship has benefited dozens of Oglethorpe students over the last 30 years.

Clara Riggins Morris ’57 graduated from Oglethorpe with a bachelor’s degree in education. She was a teacher for 35 years. She married James C. Morris on August 25, 1949, and they have two children, Judy who is in fragrance sales and James who is a lawyer and CPA. Clara’s favorite Oglethorpe memory was walking across the stage to receive her diploma and her three-year old son yelled loudly, “That’s my mama.”


Hambrick ’97 Makely ‘02 Reid ’87

Greaves ’87

Robert (Bob) Oliver ’57 graduated from Oglethorpe with a Bachelor of Arts and then went on to receive another bachelor’s degree and a Doctor of Philosophy from Georgia State University. Bob had a successful career as a clinical psychologist. He has been retired for 20 years and enjoys golf immensely. He has many fond memories of Oglethorpe, having served as the 1957 class president. Frances Creekmore Portwood ’57

graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Oglethorpe. Prior to Oglethorpe, she attended Atlanta Christian College and received a bachelor’s of sacred literature in 1955. Frances married Buford Portwood on October 25, 1958. She retired after 34 years as a public school teacher. Frances has been very involved with the community through her participation in the Douglas County choral guild, the retired educators association and Alpha Delta Kappa International Honorary Sorority for Women Educators. She also enjoys serving as her church’s adult choir director for the past six years, presenting musical programs for civic organizations and other churches and being a life member of several teacher organizations. She has been recognized as grade-level chair for many years, an honorary life member in the Georgia PTA, a member of the Georgia Teacher Hall of Fame and a multi-nominee for Teacher of the Year. Frances did post-graduate work at West Georgia College and was the assistant principal several years before her retirement. Frances and her husband have been married for 48 years, and he is a great caregiver. Frances loves to read and do crossword puzzles. She is happy to get back to cooking. Her favorite Oglethorpe memory was learning to play the flute in Professor Harry Dobson’s class. The Boar’s Head Ceremony was always so impressive and enjoyable each year. Charles Scott ’57 graduated from Oglethorpe with a bachelor’s degree and also received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia. Charles married JoAnn on June 14, 1957, and they have three daughters. His favorite memory was the competition for grades in Mrs. Williamson’s science class and Dr. Cresay’s diplomatic history (American and European) class. They were two great profes-

Roberts ’96, Gibson ’95, Davies ’96 and Knight ’96

sors. He also had some good times at the nearby lake. Karen Stephenson-Harrington ’57

graduated from Oglethorpe with a bachelor’s degree and then received her master’s degree from University of West Florida. Karen was a motel owner at Shalimar Plaza for 20 years. She married Gary Harrington, and they have two children: Donald Keith Stephenson is in archeology, and Scarlett Bishop Harrington is in ministry.

Russell Eisenman, Ph.D. ’62 has re-

cently had a book published. Creativity, Mental Illness and Crime is a collection of articles by him and is published by Kendall/ Hunt Publishing Company.

Charles “Whitey” White ’63 retired

from Ford Motor Company after 43 years of service on March 1, 2007.

Jared Johnson ’69 is in his 15th year as a hearing officer for the State of Colorado, adjudicating disputes between employers and employees over unemployment insurance. His major hobby continues to be third-world travel (he’s been to nearly 90 countries). Last year, he climbed approximately 19,800 feet up Mount Everest, nowhere near the top, but plenty high enough for a guy pressing 60 with no particular technical mountaineering skills to speak of. The Tibetan Plateau is amazing (a barren high desert, like Arizona or the Sahara Desert at 15,000 feet); five of the 10 biggest mountains on earth were visible during his trek. Jared spent February in Burma and the Philippines. Next year he plans to go to Libya. Louis E. Rossman ‘69, D.M.D., of Philadelphia, was voted president-elect of the American Association of Endodontists during its 2007 Annual Session. He has been actively involved in the activities of the association for years, serving as vice president, secretary, treasurer and District I director since 2000. Louis maintains a full-time endodontics practice in downtown Philadelphia and is a clinical professor of endodontics at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. He received his D.M.D. in 1975 and his certificate in endodontics in 1977 from the

Lawless ’00

University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. He and his wife Val reside in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania. They have two children, Alexis, 23, and Benjamin, 17. Jay Greaves ’87 is the senior sales director for Lifestyles Realtors’ Georgia, Tennessee and Carolina markets, overseeing the day-to-day operations of new communities in these markets. Prior to joining Lifestyles Realtors, he served as a sales manager and was recognized in 2006 by the Atlanta Board of Realtors as a lifetime member of the Million Dollar Club, amassing 2006 personal sales in excess of $5 million. Before excelling in the real estate industry, Jay worked as an independent business consultant on an international level and as a human resources leader with Delta Air Lines for more than 20 years. Jay earned a master’s degree in organization development from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. Kim Reid ’87 had a book published in

October 2007. No Place Safe – A Family Memoir (Kensington Books) shares Kim’s perspective of the Atlanta Missing Children case. Her mother was a lead detective in the early 1980s investigation, and Kim recounts growing up in a frightened and racially polarized Atlanta with an insider’s view of a case that remains controversial today. To read an excerpt, visit www.kimreid.com.

Lu Green LeRoy ‘95 recently joined BioCrossroads as its public relations and marketing director. BioCrossroads is a public-private initiative to improve Indiana’s life sciences businesses. Lu and her husband, Nick, reside in Indianapolis. Kimberly Wilkes ‘95 remarried in

October 2005 to Bobby Sexton. They live in Gainesville, Georgia, with their two dogs, Milo and Dolly. Kimberly is putting her 12 years of experience in the retirement industry to work at Total Benefit Communications, Inc., a BISYS Company. TBC conducts more than 2,200 employee benefit enrollment meetings a year nationwide with a staff of several hundred benefit professionals. She is completing her MBA at the University of Georgia and will graduate May 2008.

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van Kampen ’03

Demestihas ’02 Erin O’Brien Boyt ’97, Rebecca Hester Miller ’97, Teri Butler Gibson ’95, Carrie Adkins Davies ’96, Ingrid Carroll Knight ’96, Laura Butts Steele ’98 and Liesl Allen Merkel ’97 honored Jean Kasperbauer Roberts ’96 at a baby

shower held in Oglethorpe’s admission lobby during Alumni Weekend on March 31, 2007.

Jesse De Maria Giordano ’02 is currently

with Atlantic Southeast Airlines as a corporate communications senior specialist. He recently earned his communications and rhetoric studies degree from Oglethorpe’s evening degree program. Derek and his wife, Carmen, have a three-year-old son named Gabriel.

working as the youth services librarian and assistant branch manager for the Toco Hill-Avis G. Williams Public Library in Decatur, Georgia. Jesse utilizes her liberal arts education from Oglethorpe everyday as a librarian, the last great generalist profession! She also designs and implements programming for children and teens, and Jesse is a member of the Georgia Peach Book Award for Teens reading committee.

Kim Sasso ’98 is thrilled to announce

Alison Owens Makely ‘02 received her

Derek Hambrick ’97 accepted a position

that, after a seven-month closure from small town political fall out, Nick’s Pizzeria is back in downtown Grantville, Georgia. The pizzeria has adopted Chumbawamba’s hit song as our theme: “I get knocked down/But I get up again...” Be sure to visit Nick’s Pizzeria if you are near Grantville, south of Newnan and north of LaGrange. Chris Wall ’99 is president of Atlanta Investing, Inc., a residential real estate investment company specializing in foreclosures recently selected as a finalist for the Atlanta Business Chronicle 2007 Pacesetter Award. Leigh Lawless ’00 is currently working

as outreach coordinator for The Creative Coast Initiative, which helps attract and nurture creative businesses in Savannah, Georgia, and the surrounding areas. She recently completed her Master of Public Administration at Georgia Southern University. The Creative Coast’s website (www.thecreativecoast.org) features job and resume posting services, as well as current events and news for the Savannah area.

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master’s degree in professional counseling from Georgia State University in 2006. Alison works as a primary counselor for the Metro Atlanta Recovery Residences (MARR), a residential treatment facility for women with substance abuse problems. She works part-time, which enables her to spend time at home with her new twin babies, William and Anna (born 10/25/06).

Heather van Kampen ’03 was named

2007 Noncommissioned Officer of the Year by the Georgia Army National Guard. Heather, a three-year Guard veteran, is the noncommissioned officer-in-charge of the intelligence section of Fulton County’s 265th Engineer Group. (Top right) Georgia Army National Guard Sgt. Heather D. van Kampen of the 265th Engineer Group and the Army Guard’s NCO of the Year for 2007, is presented the Georgia Meritorious Service Medal by Maj. Terry Nesbit, commander Georgia Army Guard. (Georgia National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Roy Henry).

Elena Weiss ’03 is currently working on

her master’s degree in women’s studies at Georgia State University. She hopes to finish in December 2007. Her MA thesis will focus on rape in the Greek system. With this degree, she hopes to work on preventing and educating students about rape on college campuses. Her plan B is to work for the Division of Family and Child Services and do child abuse investigations.

IN MEMORIAM Elizabeth Hamilton Snook ’30

on May 22, 2007

Louise Lott Davis ’39

on April 29, 2007

Erlene Scarborough Woodham ’40

on March 24, 2007

Omie Jackson ’46

on March 20, 2007

Helen Key Franklin ’52

on March 15, 2002

Vashti Woodruff ’57

on May 13, 2006

Thomas LaStringer ’59

on June 26, 2006

Mildred Caraway Rogers ’60

on July 8, 2007

Carolyn Anderson Godwin ’66

in February 2007

Avis Bagley Sanders ’66

on April 3, 2003

Daniel A. Hunt ‘92

in March 2005


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Mr. Donald E. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Robert Soby Mr. Jason Solomon ‘01 Mrs. Anna San-Martin Soracco ‘94 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sotis Mr. Robert E. Souders Mr. Nathan Sparks ‘98 Mrs. Mildred Jackson Speights ‘58 Ms. Susan B. Spence Capt. Valorie Woods Spence ‘92 Mr. Geoffrey D. Spiess ‘91 and Mrs. Jennifer Amerson Spiess ‘90, MA ‘98 Mrs. Nancy Staller-Brown ‘70 Ms. Heather Lynn Staniszewski ‘02 Mr. Christopher A. Stanley ‘03 Mr. and Mrs. Daves Steed Dr. Robert Steen Mr. Lloyd E. Stein ‘39, MA ‘40 Mr. James W. Steinhouse ‘79 and Mrs. Carolyn H. Steinhouse ‘79 Mr. Brian S. Stephens ‘02 Mr. Wayne G. Stephens ‘67 Mr. Keith A. Stephenson ‘80 and Mrs. Ruth Adair Stephenson ‘80 Mrs. Ellen Randall Stephens ‘48 Mr. G. Scott Stevenson ‘61 Ms. Anita Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Randall Stiles Mrs. Leann Payne Strom ‘63 Ms. Alison D. Stroud Mrs. Mary T. Stroud Mr. Jack W. Strouss, Jr. ‘51 Dr. Cheryl Granade Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Summerlin Ms. Margaret Summerour ‘92 Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Summers Sun Microsystems Foundation Mr. Guy S. Sunny ‘69 Mr. Charles G. Sunstein Superior Telecom, Inc. Sustainable Construction Systems, Inc. Mrs. Timika Swain Emerson ‘89 Ms. Eleanor S. Swann Mr. Paul E. Swanson ‘84 Mr. Robert J. Swanson, Jr. ‘88 Carl and Eva Tackett Mrs. Christine Graf Taggart ‘88 Mr. Clyde A. Tallent ‘72 Mrs. Roberta Lane Tanner ‘84 Mr. Timothy O. Tarkington Mrs. Aileen Pratt Taylor ‘85 Mrs. Deborah Schnell Taylor ‘72 Mrs. Kate McNeil Taylor ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Teague Ms. Courtney J. Terrell ‘05 Mr. David Terrell Mr. Claude Terry Mrs. Candy Allen Thacker ‘93 Mr. Ralph W. Thacker ‘37 Ms. Cathryn Thalimer ‘90 Mr. John B. Thomas II ‘76 Ms. Karen A. Thomas ‘99 Mrs. Tricia B. Thomas ‘92 Ms. Betsy Thompson Mr. Jennings J. Thompson IV Ms. Katherine E. Thompson ‘07 Mrs. Martha Adams Thompson ‘58 Mrs. Mary Maihafer Thompson ‘74 Mrs. Patricia G. Thompson ‘00 Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Thrash Dr. Margaret P. Thrasher ‘61 Ms. Kathleen Tice Mr. Peter Ellis Tintle ‘71 Dr. Philip Tiu Mrs. Donna Miller Tomaro ‘91 Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Tomberlin Mrs. Sheryl C. Tomberlin ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Toney

Mrs. Carleen Toole Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tracy Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Trammell, Jr. Ms. Nichole A. Traub ‘07 Mrs. Clara Irwin Traver ‘77 Ms. Emily J. Treuman ‘07 Ms. Jennifer B. Trevisan ‘96 Ms. Laura Diane Trittin ‘87 Mr. and Mrs. George Troficanto Mr. J. Daniel Troy ‘60 Ms. Annie Y. Trujillo Dr. J. Dean Tucker The Hon. Woodrow Tucker ‘44 Mr. Selby A. Tuggle ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tulowitzky Ms. Cecelia Turbyville Mr. Douglas R. Turner Ernest and Karen Turner Mr. John G. Turner ‘70 Ms. Joyce C. Turner Mr. Robert F. Tuve Mr. Philip Tyler Mr. G. Grey Umberger, Jr. ‘84 Mr. James S. Unger Ms. Nicole M. Urbanek ‘00 The USAA Group Rifat Uzunovic Mr. Paul L. Vail Ms. Heather D. van Kampen ‘03 Mr. Matthew C. Vance ‘02 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Van Houten, Jr. Dr. Martha Vardeman Ms. Joan M. Varlan ‘99 Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Lee Vaughan Ms. Judith M. Vaughn ‘74 Mr. Paul W. Vaughn, Jr. ‘49 Ms. Ellissa L. Vermillion ‘99 Mr. Erik Viberg ‘99 Mrs. Cathy Appling Vinson ‘92 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Voxnaes Mr. Wesley D. Wade ‘03 Ms. Kimberly Johnson Walker ‘00 Mrs. Margaret Blackman Walker ‘58 Mr. Reid W. Walker Mrs. Bette Tomlinson Wall ‘63, MA ‘75 Mr. Christopher Wall ‘99 Ms. Janet L. Wallace ‘03 Ms. Linda G. Wallace ‘92 Mrs. Medora Fitten Wallace ‘40 Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Wallace Mr. and Mrs. James A. Walls Mr. Kevin D. Walmsley ‘89 Ms. Gail Walter Mrs. Jean Grant Walter ‘51 Ms. Lesley A. Ward Mr. Sherman C. Ward, Jr. ‘46 Mr. Ralphton E. Warlick ‘70 Mrs. Celia Vecchio Warren ‘79 The Rev. T. Donnell Warters ‘63 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Waters Mr. and Mrs. Johnny I. Watkins Mrs. Opal Perry Watson ‘55 Ms. Tekeria D. Watson Ms. Kelli Weatherall ‘06 Mrs. Ethel Law Webb ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Webb Mr. Thomas A. Webb ‘86 Mrs. Gloria Holbert Webster ‘50 Ms. Pamela L. Wedding Ms. Gail Wegodsky Clause Wegscheider Mrs. Carol Weihl Mrs. Betty U. Weiland Mr. Jay P. Weininger Mr. Jonathan L. Weininger ‘07 Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Weintraub Ms. Alexis S. Weisman ‘77 Ms. Elena Weiss ‘03 Mrs. Nancy Charnley Welty ‘67

Mr. Gary Wenger ‘61 and Mrs. Ann Klein Wenger ‘58 Mr. and Mrs. Charles West Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. West Ms. Traci B. West ‘88 Mr. Piers J. Weyant Mr. Alan White ‘75 Mr. Charles L. White ‘63 Mr. Daryl White Mr. Don G. White Ms. Elizabeth Solamillo White ‘86 Mr. Johnny C. White, Jr. ‘88 Mr. Larry C. White ‘69 Dr. Stephen W. White ‘66 Mr. Steven John White ‘70 Ms. Susan M. White Ms. Wanda White Mr. William B. White Mrs. Eleanor Yedvob Whiteside ‘65 Ms. Susan B. Whitlock Mr. Jeffery A. Whitney ‘92 Mr. Aaron P. Whitworth ‘04 Ms. Gail Whitworth Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Wiggins Mr. Robert Wildau Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wildenhaus Mrs. Virginia Bremer Wiley ‘64 Mrs. Ann Wenn Williams ‘54 Ms. Ginger Williams Ms. Jean Williams Mr. Tolliver Williams ‘99 Mr. Ryan Williams ‘04 Mrs. Sharon Friedrich Williams ‘65 Ms. Terri L. Williams Mr. Hayden Willis ‘04 Mrs. Anita Gegan Willoughby ‘85 Mr. Knox R. Wilmer ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Wilson Mr. Dewi (J.D.) Wilson Mr. Donald R. Wilson, Jr. ‘71 Mrs. Elizabeth G. Wilson ‘91 Mr. John B. Wilson ‘83 and Mrs. Julie Burnett Wilson ‘84 Ms. Sarah M. Wingfield Dr. Kenneth D. Winokur ‘70 Mr. John H. Winsness ‘64 and Mrs. Charlotte Smith Winsness ‘64 Mr. Brett R. Wise ‘06 Mrs. Ann Lenzer Wodraska ‘84 Mrs. Hortense B. Wolf Mrs. Mary Carol Wollenhaupt ‘02 Mr. James A. Wood, Jr. ‘03 Mr. Wesley F. Wood ‘74 Dr. Bruce F. Woodruff, Jr. Ms. Patricia Beth Wool ‘77 The Wool Family Foundation Ms. Ashley F. Wright ‘06 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wright Ms. Danielle Wright ‘04 Ms. Dianne Wright Ms. Kristi Wright ‘01 Mrs. Lisa Jean Wright ‘81 Mr. Richard B. Wright ‘73 Mr. Davidson M. Wuichet ‘93 Mrs. Joyce Arnold Wyckoff ‘66 Dr. Robert A. Wynn ‘61 and Dr. Gail Garwes Wynn ‘59 Mrs. Elizabeth P. Wyzykowski ‘95 Dr. Michael W. Yarbrough ‘72 Mr. Hoyt P. Young Mrs. Patricia S. Zaffuto ‘89 Dr. Sylvia G. Zapico ‘68 Mr. Rohit U. Zaveri Ms. Lori Zboran ‘94 Ms. Elizabeth Anne Zelley ‘94 Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Zellner Ms. Rachael E. Zellner ‘07 Ms. Angela R. Zimbrick ‘00 Mr. and Mrs. Herb Zwicker


ALUMNI DONORS BY CLASS YEAR Many thanks to all the Oglethorpe alumni who contributed to the university between July 1, 2006, and June 30, 2007. In 2006 – 2007, 1,542 alums contributed to the Oglethorpe Fund, representing a 15% increase from 2005-2006. These alums gave a total of $221,927.11, which is a 27% increase over the previous fiscal year. Your continued support and generosity is making a difference! Class of 1925 Participation: 100% Dr. Vincent Sherman * Class of 1929 Participation: 11% The Rev. Marion B. Anderson Class of 1931 Participation: 14% Mr. Hubert E. Tucker * Class of 1933 Participation: 13% Mrs. Isabel Tanks Gray Class of 1934 Participation: 7% Mrs. Marie Caudill Rogers Class of 1935 Participation: 8% Mr. M. Tyus Butler Class of 1937 Participation: 14% Estate of M. A. Rikard* Mr. Ralph W. Thacker Class of 1938 Participation: 18% Mrs. Dorothy Sweeny Castigliola Mr. Carl N. Clark Mrs. Jeannette Bentley Moon Class of 1939 Participation: 23% Mr. Herman L. Campbell Mrs. Dixie Woolford Long Mr. Jack Perry * Mr. Maclay Salfisberg Mr. Lloyd E. Stein Class of 1940 Participation: 13% Mr. W. Elmer George Mrs. Marguerite McKinney Hart Mrs. Sylvia Aratlin Lingle Mrs. Charlotte G. Ramage Mrs. Medora Fitten Wallace Class of 1941 Participation: 9% Maj. James C. McClanahan Mrs. Lillian Cable Williams Class of 1942 Participation: 12% Mr. John Meacham, Jr. Mr. Charles E. Newton Mrs. Virginia G. Salfisberg Mrs. Jeanne Fuller Schmidt Class of 1943 Participation: 19% Mrs. Verna Miller Berthelsen Mr. Hugh J. Floyd Dr. John T. Goldthwait Mr. Thomas M. Hunter * Mr. Keith A. Lane Mrs. Rhett Pinson Sanders Class of 1944 Participation: 13% Mrs. Robyn Wall Doyal Mr. David E. McCormick The Hon. Woodrow Tucker

Class of 1945 Participation: 13% Mrs. Betty Clark Lafitte Miss Tommye Mueller Class of 1946 Participation: 8% Mr. Sherman C. Ward, Jr. Class of 1947 Participation: 5% Mrs. Margaret Kerr Hitte Class of 1948 Participation: 50% Mr. Joseph G. Cannon Mrs. Joyce Odom Christianson Mr. James Rodney Cone Mrs. Florence Richardson James Dr. Thomas N. Pirkle Mrs. Ellen Randall Stephens Class of 1949 Participation: 24% Mr. Robert L. Boggus, Jr. Mrs. Joan Robb Butler Mrs. Doris Pickens Hinson Dr. James H. Hinson, Jr. Mr. W. Ray Holley Mrs. Marjorie McClung Holliday Mr. Jack I. Hosford Mr. John P. Knudsen Mr. John R. Smith Mr. Paul W. Vaughn, Jr. Class of 1950 Participation: 22% Mr. William R. Brown, Jr. Mr. Gordon C. Bynum Mrs. Alice Callaway Crenshaw The Rev. John M. Flanigen, Jr. Mr. John S. Green, Jr. Mrs. Marguerite Pearson Greer Mr. Stuart Herman Ms. Clare Isanhour Miss Sylvia Plapinger Mr. Walter V. Slack Mrs. Gloria Holbert Webster Class of 1951 Participation: 28% Mrs. Rose Simmons Andrews Mrs. Martha Mayson Bator Mrs. Jane Rand Breunig Mr. Alvin J. Curkin Mr. John R. Fisher Mrs. Martha Sibley George Mr. Irwin A. Lewis Mrs. Mary Louise Watkins MacNeil Mr. Jack W. Strouss, Jr. Mr. Walter H. Tanner, Jr. Mr. S. Bleecker Totten Mr. Daniel L. Uffner, Jr. Mrs. Jean Grant Walter Class of 1952 Participation: 28% Mr. J. Frederick Agel, Sr. Hon. Henry C. Atchison Mrs. Jane Cowart Bloemer Mrs. Margaret Bell Bloodworth Mrs. Muriel Lewis Bono Col. Sheldon I. Godkin Mr. James E. Henderson Mrs. Jean Horton Henderson Mr. Robert F. Moskowitz Mr. Joseph T. Overton Clas of 1953 Participation: 13% Mr. Edmund A. Bator Mrs. Hazel Wilson Cofield Dr. James L. Cox Mr. Sheldon H. Fleitman Mrs. Gwendolyn Moss Lewis Mr. O. K. Sheffield, Jr. Mr. Lee A. Wilson

Class of 1954 Participation: 17% Mrs. Mary Frances Bowlan Mrs. Mary Williams Cazalas Mr. Harold L. Cochran Mrs. Elizabeth Walker King* Mrs. Martha Grant Likins Miss Dorothy S. Rawlins Mr. Robert T. Seymour Mrs. Cynthia May Spann Mrs. Ann Wenn Williams Class of 1955 Participation: 23% Mrs. Nona Jones Bell Mrs. Sara Steinberg Fine Mrs. Elizabeth Mathieu Frias Dr. Elizabeth L. Jones-Lukacs Mrs. Margaret Woodward Mathewes Mr. Fred A. Miller, Jr. Mrs. Sandra Sims Myers Mrs. Sybil Sanders Neel Mrs. Grace Suder Porter Mr. R. M. Reynolds, Jr. Mrs. Opal Perry Watson Class of 1956 Participation: 19% Mrs. Lynn Hallford Banks Mrs. Eleanor Coplan Bogart Dr. Jacqueline Miles Boles Dr. Ann P. Delatte Mrs. Edith Upchurch Hunt Mrs. Catherine O. Ingersoll Dr. John D. King Dr. Robert W. Lovett Mr. Lester McGukin Col. H. David O’Malie Mr. Donald H. Rubin Mr. Joe E. White Class of 1957 Participation: 25% Mr. Joseph J. Accardi Mrs. Ellen Kinsey Bayley Mr. Billy P. Camp Mr. Lewis B. DeRose Mrs. Marianne McWilliams Dillard Mrs. Freida Beatty Duffey The Rev. Samuel W. Edleman, Jr. Mrs. Frances Shedd Fisher The Rev. Charles R. Gipson Mrs. Peggy Cullars Guillebeau Mr. Gordon Hiles Mrs. Rhalda Rubin Kahn Mrs. Marcia Gruss Levinsohn Mr. Joel D. Lynch Mrs. Lois Weems McGukin Mr. James P. Milton The Rev. John W. Norton Dr. Robert Boyd Oliver Mrs. Frances Creekmore Portwood Mr. Carl T. Roper, Jr. Mr. Charles F. Scott Mr. William Charles Smith Class of 1958 Participation: 37% Mr. Ted Dwight Bayley Mr. Jim R. Clower, Sr. Ms. Patricia Baker DeRose Mr. Clinton L. Fincher Mr. William R. Foster Ms. Christina Rice Freeman Col. (Ret.) John E. Harms Mrs. Linda Robuck Hoffman Dr. Jack C. Lane Mr. John H. Lummus Mrs. Doris Eisenberg Lynch Mrs. Ila Ann Varelmann McCoy Mrs. Betty Stokes McGarity Mrs. Ina Foster Moore Mr. J. Alan Moore

Father Daniel M. Munn* Mrs. Rosalie Brookshaw North Mr. William E. Scott Miss Mary Anne Sharp Dr. Albert P. Sheppard Mrs. Mildred Jackson Speights Mrs. Martha Adams Thompson Mrs. Margaret Blackman Walker Mrs. Ann Klein Wenger Dr. Hines L. Wommack Class of 1959 Participation: 22% Mrs. Virginia Barrett Barker Mr. Bill W. Carter Mr. William B. Christian Dr. Marlene Hockenberry Cianci Dr. Joseph B. Duckworth Mrs. Margaret Young Edleman Ms. Claire Fields Mrs. Carolyn Morris Frazier Dr. Hugo S. Hammond Mr. Floyd G. Hopkins Mrs. Patricia Daniel Kapphahn Mrs. Janne Jolley Lane Mrs. Sydney Mobley Moss Mr. Andrew J. Olsen Mrs. Lucy Lindsey Smith Mr. Raymond Lee Webb Dr. Gail Garwes Wynn Class of 1960 Participation: 19% Mr. Jack B. Arnold Mrs. Nancy Tarrant Calhoun Mr. Thomas E. Deacon Mr. Jay D. Dye Mr. Atauar Faruquee Mrs. Jean Callaway Fletcher Mrs. Amelia Berry Gordon Mrs. Barbara Marsh Gotsch Mrs. Virginia House Howard Dr. Robert D. Martin Mr. Dennis Allan Michael Ms. Nancy Schaller Simmons Mr. J. Daniel Troy Class of 1961 Participation: 31% Mrs. Ethyl Fadden Ault Mrs. Martha Laird Bowen Mr. J. David Chesnut Mr. James C. Harvey Mr. Sam G. Hudgins Mr. F. Harvey Hudson Mr. E. Pendleton Jones III Mr. Ronald R. Knopf Mr. Wilfred J. LeBlanc Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch Mr. L. Silas Moore, Jr. Mrs. Barbara Coffey Olsen Dr. J. Anthony Paredes Mrs. Mildred Caraway Rogers * Dr. Joseph A. Soldati Mr. G. Scott Stevenson Dr. Margaret P. Thrasher Mr. Marc S. Weinberg Mr. Gary Wenger Dr. Robert A. Wynn Class of 1962 Participation: 21% Mrs. Paula Hofmann Bell Mrs. Barbara James Christian Mrs. Wilma B. Dixon Mrs. Nancy Thompson English Dr. R. Derril Gay Mr. James W. Hazelwood, Jr. Mrs. Rebecca Harbor Jones Mr. John D. Kuiken Dr. Bertram J. Levy Mrs. Eleanor Ann McGurn Lipham Hon. Robert P. Mallis CARILLON |

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Mr. James J. Millard Mr. Robert V. Olson Ms. Eugenia Palmer * Mrs. Joyce Gravel Pettus Mrs. Anita Buck Rook Mrs. Ellen Woodson Shipley Mrs. Ethel Law Webb Class of 1963 Participation: 25% Mrs. Kay Kilpatrick Crawford Mrs. Susan Hollinshead Dalton Mrs. Adria Bonilla Davenport Mrs. Elaine Shiflett Dooley Dr. Edward N. Feldman Mrs. Mary Bob Cooper Fox Mrs. Barbara Dexter Gupton Mr. J. Cabot Gupton Mrs. Judith S. Massey Dr. C. M. Mickey Metcalf Mr. S. Morris Mitchell* Mr. George Eddie Morris Mr. Bob T. Nance Mrs. Eleanor Milner Newland Mrs. Jean Arsenault Nippert Mrs. Amy Williams Olson Mr. Eric M. Scharff Mr. Dennis E. Schneible Mrs. Carole George Sellers Ms. Brenda Shonfield Mrs. Leann Payne Strom Mrs. Bette Tomlinson Wall The Rev. T. Donnell Warters Mr. Charles L. White Class of 1964 Participation: 25% Class Agent: Dr. William C. Aitken, Jr. Dr. William C. Aitken, Jr. Mr. James O. Bundy

Mrs. Jane Lincoln Bundy Mrs. Linda Crowe Chesnut Mr. John C. Day, Jr. Mrs. Jeannette Seward Deacon Mr. James L. Delay Mr. Paul R. Donald, Jr. Dr. Beatrice Hasty Favre Dr. Stephen K. Figler Mrs. Carolyn L. Frangiamore Mrs. Lynda Papini Hines Ms. Jean Pryor Hughes Mr. Robert Lanier Hull Miss Vivian Chandler Lee Dr. John G. Lipham Mr. Robert L. Manning Mrs. Joan Phillips Millar Mr. Carroll E. Ogburn, Jr. Mrs. Jayne Archer Parker Mr. Mike D. Pickett Ms. Linda Robertson Secretan Col. B. W. Sellers, Jr. Mr. Barry I. Silver Rev. Betty Rutland Stapleford Mrs. Barbara Klein Stewart Mr. G. Hoyt Wagner Mrs. Virginia Bremer Wiley Mrs. Charlotte Smith Winsness Mr. John H. Winsness Class of 1965 Participation: 27% Mr. Larry S. Abner Ms. Susan Carlee Bell Mrs. Joanne McElroy Carman Mr. Richard Joseph Carter Mrs. Cherry Hodges Casey Mrs. Hallie Beasley Cullen Mrs. Suzanne Straub Currey Mr. David Stewart Davies Dr. Verline Dixon Dennis

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Mr. O. Navarro Faircloth Mr. James V. Hartlage, Jr. Mrs. E. Connie Brown Holliman Ms. Edna Maleson Kleinbaum Mrs. Pauline Ferry Lester Mr. William M. Linstrom Mr. William H. Parker Ms. Jimmy Ann Langdon Porter Mr. Clark D. Raby Dr. Glenn W. Rainey, Jr. Mrs. Martha Knapp Robertson Mr. Glen C. Rose Mrs. Penelope McCulloch Rose Mrs. Linda Sanders Scarborough Mrs. Mary Louise Browne Sedki Mrs. Vivian Gray Trabue Mrs. Eleanor Yedvob Whiteside Mrs. Sharon Friedrich Williams Class of 1966 Participation: 18% Class Agent: Mrs. Carole Moore Aitken Mrs. Carole Moore Aitken Mr. Carl H. Bergman Mr. Robert E. Bowden Mr. Franklin L. Burke Mr. Ronald Cenzalli Mr. Robert B. Currey Dr. Kathleen Pitts Faircloth Mr. Norman R. Hurd, Jr. Mrs. Susan Goodchild Jordan Mrs. Sarah Ann Sanders Long Mrs. Lois Adams Miller Mrs. Harriet C. O’Dell Mr. William M. Pate, Jr. Mr. James A. Riley Mr. Charles F. Sanders Mrs. Kate McNeil Taylor Ms. Mary Elaine Traer

Mrs. Sandra M. Wagner Dr. Stephen W. White Mrs. Ilene Roos Worman Mrs. Joyce Arnold Wyckoff Class of 1967 Participation: 31% Class Agent: Mr. Stuart C. Levenson Mrs. Sandra Abbott Allen Mr. Arthur M. Armstrong Mr. W. Edgar Baker Mrs. Gin Bradley Bell Ms. Martha J. Church Mrs. June Hopkins Conley Mr. Edgar O. Daffin Ms. Mary Dodge-Smith Mr. Marv Fineroff Mr. Donald G. Hartman Mr. William A. Hewes Mrs. Alice Hill Hughes Mr. J. Robert Jackson Mr. Stuart C. Levenson Mrs. Barbara Tucker Mantler Mr. Tim Marx Mr. George F. Morris Mr. Thomas P. O’Connor Mr. Jerry L. Otting Ms. Priscilla Miller-Pierson Mrs. Virginia G. Pistole Mr. William E. Plowden, Jr. Mr. Kenneth W. Powell Mrs. Frederika Rapp Preacher* Mr. Thomas L. Reilly Mr. Floyd D. Ruhl Mr. Larry C. Shattles Mr. Wayne G. Stephens Mrs. Nancy Charnley Welty


Class of 1968 Participation: 18% Mr. G. Douglass Alexander Mrs. Yetty Levenson Arp Mrs. Virginia Turner Avery* Mr. Thomas M. Baird Mrs. Nikki McCoy Clemons Mrs. Laura Zaban Dinerman Mr. Richard J. Frank Miss Susan E. Goslin Mrs. Gayle Burch Gower Mr. William Howell Gower Miss Mary Constance Hamell Dr. Sandra L. Hedge Mr. Robert P. Hoyt Mrs. Helen King Kessler Mrs. Barbara Beggs Littell Mr. Roger A. Littell Mr. Thomas L. McLean Mr. Louis D. Olin Mr. Thomas C. Port Dr. Michael O’Neal Riley Mr. Jerry W. Sams Rev. John S. Sims Mrs. Mary Denton Suttle Dr. G. Gilman Watson Mr. Charles K. Weathers Mr. David K. Wood Dr. Sylvia G. Zapico Class of 1969 Participation: 17% Class Agent: Mr. W.Q. “Pete” Butler Mrs. Judy Heald Allison Mrs. Emma Sewell Borders Mr. Michael S. Bryant Mr. W. Q. “Pete” Butler Dr. Paula Haver Chambers Mr. Charles D. Chetwynd Mr. Joseph W. Dennis Mrs. Bette Makover Hagan Mr. James J. Hagelow Mrs. Sheryl Claxton Haney Mr. Terrence C. Haney Mr. Robert S. Jones, Sr. Mr. Wayne M. Kise Mr. Ronald D. Kulhanjian Mr. Louis T. Lombardy Mrs. Jan Collins Maher Mr. Stephen A. Orton Mrs. Kathy McLeod Port Mr. Michael Puckett Mr. J. Bruce Richardson Mr. Jeffrey R. Roesch Dr. Louis E. Rossman Mr. Gary E. Ruckelshaus Mr. Allen Sears Mr. Donald J. Simon Ms. Susan M. Soper Mr. Guy S. Sunny Mrs. Carol Lawhorn Watson Mr. Larry C. White Mr. Nate Zahn Class of 1970 Participation: 15% Mr. James N. Bier Mr. Bernard Bogrow Mr. William H. Brown Mrs. Helen Kibler Browning Mr. Thomas L. Burton, Jr. Mr. Teddy L. Collins Mrs. Lynn Allison Cowhig Mr. Robert K. Cowhig, Jr. Mrs. Carol Zee Daniel Mrs. Brenda Hamlin Gibbs Mrs. Mary Finn Heaney Dr. Robin Whyte Hoffman Mr. Richard A. Hughes Mrs. Ellen Plutchok Klein

Mr. Jon M. Kligerman Mrs. Mary Ivey Leak Dr. James S. MacDonall Mr. Stanley C. McDonald, Jr. Mr. Anthony R. Melillo Mr. Joseph R. Menez Mr. Francis R. Nadeau, Jr. Mr. Rex G. Roan Mr. Richard S. Simons, Jr. Mrs. Dean Dubose Smith Mrs. Nancy Staller-Brown Mr. Selby A. Tuggle Mr. John G. Turner Mr. Ralphton E. Warlick Mr. Steven John White Dr. Kenneth D. Winokur Class of 1971 Participation: 14% Mr. J. Randall Akin Mr. John S. Ball Mr. Elliot J. Bodner Mr. John P. DeFino Mr. Terry Lee Dwyer Mr. John J. Fittipaldi Mr. J. Lewis Glenn Mr. John William Harvey Mrs. Mary-Phyllis D. Harvey Mrs. Yvonne Scales Jones Mr. Michael Kay Mr. John J. Kufel, Jr. Mr. Martin Liberman Mr. Martin I. Lipson Maj. Lee London, Jr. Mr. Gordon W. Love, Jr. Mrs. Suzette Harvey Mancini Mr. Jeffrey B. Matthews Mr. Herbert Monford II Mr. Charles E. Pickett Mr. Dennis C. Pratt Mr. Thomas J. Rivello Mr. Mark Alan Rowland Ms. Diane R. Rowles Mrs. Carolyn Norfleet Rumage Mr. Jerel F. Rush Dr. John H. Thomas III Mr. Peter Ellis Tintle Mr. Donald R. Wilson, Jr. Class of 1972 Participation: 12% Mrs. Ann Gibson Adams Mrs. Linda Wishon Anderson Mrs. Mary Crockett Ball Rev. James R. Burgess III Mr. John R. Collins Ms. Vicki Jan Conway Mrs. Mimi Hobbs Fittipaldi Mrs. Judith Draisen Glassman Mr. Michael D. Gordon Miss Etta Lou Hanken Mr. William J. Hogan, Jr. Mr. Michael A. Israelite Mrs. Leslie Berk Johnston Ms. Midge M. Jorns Mrs. Deborah Jobe Koehler Mrs. Anne Cheek Meyer Miss Rosemary Mosteller Mr. Johl K. Rotman Mrs. Joyce Wells Scott Mr. Clyde A. Tallent Mrs. Deborah Schnell Taylor Mrs. Barbara Rose Westfall Dr. Michael W. Yarbrough Class of 1973 Participation: 11% Class Agent: Mr. Kevin L. Mende Mr. Gordon A. Anderson Ms. Diana M. Blake Mrs. Kathryn Beatty Carr Miss Nancy T. Carter

Mr. Albert B. Chonto LTC. George M. Corcoran Mr. Robert Ross Dimm Mrs. Mikala Warren Engel Mr. Allen B. Goodwin Mr. Q. William Hammack, Jr. Mrs. Natalie Mintz Harris Mr. James C. Jacobs, Jr. Mrs. Mary Jackson Malek Mr. Stephen E. Malone Mr. Kevin L. Mende Mrs. Barbara Merscher Nickles Mr. David H. Noble, Jr. Ms. Diane Lee Schuettinger Mr. Richard B. Wright Class of 1974 Participation: 11% Mr. R. Keith Bebout Mrs. Bennie Harris Black Mr. Robert D. Copelan Mrs. Lynn Lasater Crowley Mrs. Yvonne Hunter Danneman Mr. Charles M. Hames Ms. Martha Ann Jenks Mr. Steven W. Levinsky Mrs. Ruth Parham Manning Mrs. Marilyn McNeal Mock Mr. Robert J. Nickles Mr. Gary J. Novak Mr. C. Scott Port Mrs. Sandra Davis Stepp Mrs. Mary Maihafer Thompson Ms. Judith M. Vaughn Mrs. Janie P. Wilson Mr. Wesley F. Wood Class of 1975 Participation: 19% Mrs. Deborah Roach Avery Miss Janet Brownstein Mr. Steven T. Campbell Mr. James F. Charvat Mr. Miles R. Cook Mr. Mark A. Danneman Mr. James L. Dart Mr. Ira Jay Dreyfuss Ms. Emy Lou Faber Dr. Janice Ann Galleshaw Mr. Stephen B. Greenman Mrs. Marilyn Whiteside Handsel Mrs. Sally Rich Kolb Mrs. Betty Powell Kujawski Mr. John S. Larkin Mr. Scott D. McAdoo Mrs. Caroline Cook Minor Mr. Robert K. Montague Mr. Dennis M. Morris Mrs. Pamela Orns Morris Ms. Debra Mewshaw Mueller Mr. Joseph J. Oddo Mr. Aron C. Palefsky Mr. Gary Robert Schiegner Mrs. Barbara Ostipwko Schmich Mrs. Darlene Baehr Seay Ms. Cindy Sedran Mr. Chuck Smith Mr. Alan White Mrs. Alice Hoke Zimmerman Class of 1976 Participation: 14% Mrs. Elizabeth Kidder Ambler Mrs. Elizabeth Gosnell Biggs Mr. Philip C. Chamberlain Mrs. Sarah Lee Davis Ms. Dorothy Deedy Dryman Mrs. Barbara Howard Flanigan Dr. AnnRita Levis Hader Mrs. Nancy D. Isenberg Dr. Bruce W. Johnson Mrs. Laura Fantini Johnson

Capt. Louis A. Johnson Ms. Joyce C. Jones Mr. Warner L. Kennon IV Mrs. Deesi Thurston Phillips Mr. Michael B. Saffran Mr. John B. Thomas II Mr. Bernard van der Lande Mrs. Margaret Gettle Washburn Class of 1977 Participation: 19% Ms. A. Diane Baker Mrs. Ann L. Brown Mrs. Alexis Jan Lazor Day Mr. Steven F. Day Dr. Dianne Jones Ford Ms. Annette M. Friant Mrs. Ellen Sills Greene Mrs. Jill Cofer Harris Mr. Keith P. Kronish Ms. Gail Lynn Mr. Gary W. Martin Mrs. Ruth McLaughlin Morgan Ms. Valerie Newman Mr. Delmas S. Reddy Mr. John L. Skelton, Jr. Mrs. Clara Irwin Traver Mrs. Cathy Markland Villines Ms. Alexis S. Weisman Mr. Knox R. Wilmer Ms. Patricia Beth Wool Ms. Anne Jill Writer Class of 1978 Participation: 12% Mr. Frank S. Anepohl, Jr. Mr. John H. Beach, Jr. Mr. Blake M. Christoph Dr. Kevin C. Cooper Mr. Kevin D. Fitzpatrick, Jr. Mr. Thomas G. Hood Dr. Kenneth K. Hutchinson Mrs. Debra Losner Kahn Ms. Stephanie Simmonds Kaufman Dr. Dale M. Kristle Mrs. Nancy Barrett Larkin Ms. Tracey Lathem Mr. Richard Charles Maier Class of 1979 Participation: 17% Mrs. Shelby Andrews Mr. Michael S. Bahary Mr. Robert B. Baker, Jr. Mr. James M. Cook, Sr. Mrs. Joan Morris Dechovitz Mr. Thomas F. Forkner, Jr. Mrs. Kathleen Glynn Grupp Mrs. Elizabeth Locklin Hrisak Mr. Robert W. Lenzer Mrs. Diana Marcus Lipton Mr. Steve Prettyman Mrs. Pamela Drake Prochaska Dr. Robert H. Pullen, Jr. Ms. Judith G. Robinson Mrs. Betsy Edge Shirey Mr. Brian C. Smith Mrs. Carolyn H. Steinhouse Mr. James W. Steinhouse Mrs. Celia Vecchio Warren Mrs. Carolyn Constangy Wasser Class of 1980 Participation: 13% Mrs. Catherine Dennis Belles Mr. Robert E. Bristol Mrs. Lynette Ossinsky Fine Mr. Christopher Fulton Mr. R. Phillip Linderman II Mr. Christopher J. McFadden Mrs. Carlene Rod Oakes Mr. Malcolm E. Page Mr. J. Richard Prochaska CARILLON |

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Mr. Bruce Perry Johnson Ms. Susan Marie Johnson Ms. Karen Keiser-Jenkins Dr. John M. Marshall Mrs. Brigitte Mebius-Moggre Mrs. Elsie H. Reece Ms. Theresa Fuerst Sellers Mrs. Karen Anne Sams Shirley Mr. John B. Wilson Classs of 1984 Participation: 18% Ms. Susan Harman Alou Dr. Jay A. Azriel Mrs. Stephanie Staples Babbitt Mrs. Sue Goddard Bryant Mrs. Judith Hunt Drobinski Dr. D. Scott Faith Ms. Laura Fowler Mr. David M. Gerhardt Mr. Kevin M. Goff Mrs. Patricia Bourne Goff Mrs. Carolyn Herzog Hellerung Mrs. Dorothy H. Jones Mr. Philip F. Law Mrs. Kathleen Allen Lunsford Mr. David B. Mills Mr. Cemal Ahmet Ozgorkey Mrs. Sandra Jean Piper Mr. Dylon M. Grant Mrs. Elizabeth G. Rulison Dr. David E. Sanders Mr. Brian C. Sass Mr. John M. Shelnutt Mr. Paul E. Swanson Mrs. Roberta Lane Tanner Mrs. Sheryl C. Tomberlin Mr. G. Grey Umberger, Jr. Mrs. Julie Burnett Wilson Mrs. Ann Lenzer Wodraska Class of 1985 Participation: 19% Ms. Carolyn E. Abramson Mrs. Viana Faile Bastacky Mr. E. Jack Drummond Mr. Douglas Robert Dubay Dr. Daniel M. Duncanson Mrs. Sharon Velinsky Fagin Mrs. Anne Kohl Fowler Mr. Christian G. Gackstatter Mrs. Ellen Gray Gadberry Mr. Kenneth P. Gould Ms. Marilyn L. Hays Mrs. Barbara Bessmer Henry Mrs. Elizabeth Butler McLean Mr. Gregory Quintard Meyer Ms. Cheryl Barkalow Miles Mr. Paul B. Miller Ms. Vicki Blalock Mitchell Mr. James W. Moore, Jr. Mr. Howard E. O’Connell Mrs. Robin Rose-Samuels Ms. Caroline Brooks Seay Mrs. Aileen Pratt Taylor Mrs. Anita Gegan Willoughby Mr. John B. Zellars, Jr. Class of 1986 Participation: 17% Mrs. Catherine Castagna Abood Mrs. Barbara Martin Adair Mrs. Maritta M. Bush Dr. L. Casey Chosewood Mr. L. Thomas Clements Ms. Margaret E. Cole Dr. Martha Eastlack Mr. Christopher P. B. Erckert Ms. Sandra D. Gain Mrs. Jacqueline Harary Ms. Georgia Russell Hembree Mrs. Stacey Bronstein Levin

Dr. Raymond H. Lucas Mrs. Tamara Chaffin Lynde Ms. Margaret A. McGinness Mr. Jonnie T. Payne Ms. S. Tammy Pearson Ms. Harriet Rogers Powell Mr. David B. Robertson Mr. Donald E. Robertson Mr. Douglas S. Schmitt Mrs. Muriel Rotkewicz Schurke Mrs. Laura Turner Seydel Mrs. Stacy McDonald Soloway Mrs. Diane Dubay Walker Mr. Thomas A. Webb Ms. Elizabeth Solamillo White Mr. Scott M. Zgraggen Class of 1987 Participation: 15% Dr. Wendy F. McKelvey Aita Mrs. Sue Ward Astley Ms. Kaylen D. Biggins Ms. Helen E. Bourne Dr. James Patrick Capes Mr. Marcus J. Cash Mr. Dean Thomas DeCencio Mrs. Cynthia Bjurmark Dubay Mr. Wayne A. Gregory, Jr. Ms. Michele Anne Guy Mrs. Mary M. Hamacher Ms. Anne Hammond Mrs. Penni Reid Holt Mrs. Marcelle Turner Knauff Dr. Mark A. Knautz Mrs. Carol Lanier Larner Mr. Antonio V. Lentini Mrs. Jennifer Perry Mabrey Mr. Russell B. Mabrey, Jr. Mrs. Helen Maddox Menefee Mrs. B. Michon Hall Mitchell Mrs. Geneine Walden Payne Dr. William E. Porter Mr. Lawrence H. Rollins Mrs. Julie Quickmire Schmitt Mrs. Sandra Slomovitz Mr. W. Scott Soloway Ms. Laura Diane Trittin Class of 1988 Participation: 13% Class Agent: Mr. Alan Royalty Mrs. Deda Walker Band Mrs. Juliet Wang Belko Mr. Brent Andrew Bishop Maj. Richard A. Briggs Mr. William M. Clifton Mrs. Gonca Gursoy-Artunkal Mrs. Charis Andrews Hanberry Mr. D. Dwayne Hanberry Mrs. Jill Helmbold James Mr. Thomas C. James, Jr. Mrs. Kathleen McDermott Kraynick Ms. Tammy Marie Locklear Mrs. Stacy Leigh Robinson Mrs. Cynthia Crawford Rollins Mr. R. Alan Royalty Mr. Robert J. Swanson, Jr. Mr. Michael K. Szalkowski Mrs. Christine Graf Taggart Mrs. Kimberly Rouleau Truett Mr. T. Charles Truett, Jr. Ms. Traci B. West Mr. Johnny C. White, Jr. Class of 1989 Participation: 19% Mrs. Carolyn S. Barlow Mrs. Kathleen Moran Brink Ms. Ann R. Brown Mrs. Victoria Stevens Chapman Mrs. Carol Morgan Flammer Mr. Harry R. Frazer

Mr. Scott T. Haight Mr. Kurt A. Hansen Ms. Betsy Henderson Mr. Jonathan W. Johnson Mr. Ronald L. Kraynick Mrs. Ann Spalding MacLane Mrs. Kathy Bedell Mayo Mr. Michael McCracken Ms. Denise M. Mont Mrs. Wendy Pearson Robertson Mr. Clifford T. Robinson Mrs. Jennifer Gamblin Schneider Mrs. Debra S. Scott Mr. Todd E. Shapiro Mr. Joseph S. Shaw Mr. Matthew P. Stien Mrs. Timika Swain Emerson Mrs. Karen Barrow Swenson Mrs. Stephanie E. Szalkowski Mr. James E. Tate IV Ms. Teri A. Wall Mr. Kevin D. Walmsley Mrs. Dorothea Pickett Westin Mrs. Patricia S. Zaffuto Mrs. Elizabeth Brown Zoby Class of 1990 Participation: 16% Mrs. Beth Morrison Anderson Mrs. Jennifer Dubose Bivins Ms. Beth Eckard Concepcion Dr. Ava Marie Salerno Conlin Mrs. Leslie Adams Dove Mrs. Marsha Brittain Dunn Dr. Susan Burns Dyar Mr. William M. Flammer Mrs. Dayle Sutton Fowler Dr. Robert M. Grant Ms. Marion C. Haines Mrs. Michelle Rosen Haney Mrs. Julie Wackerman Hanrahan Mrs. Brenda Smith Hayden Mr. M. Deane Johnson Mrs. Judith Chapman Kane Mrs. Fran Bennett Konradt Mr. Michael T. Kreager Ms. A. Joann McDowell Mr. Zachary M. Moretz Ms. Stephanie L. Phillips Mrs. Catherine M. Pittman Ms. Angel C. Robinson Dr. Wendy Kurant Rollins Mrs. Jennifer Amerson Spiess Ms. Cathryn Thalimer Mr. John Wuichet Class of 1991 Participation: 14% Mrs. Joselyn Butler Baker Mrs. Kristin Reeder Boan Ms. Wendy Smith Boul Mr. Steven H. Brooks Ms. Ember Uziel Constantin Mrs. Rebecca Marasia Corder Mrs. Rachel Williams Grimes Mr. B. Shane Haney Mrs. Amy Baggett Hansen Mr. Karl A. Hansen Mrs. Doreen Hart Hill Dr. Amanda Paetz Hiner Mr. Raymond J. Koschak Mrs. Rebecca White Leavell Mr. Lance L. Leitzel Ms. Peggy Barrington Litherland Mrs. Jennifer Broadbent-Marine Mr. Scott M. McKelvey Ms. Sharon Lynn Spivey Robert A. Sellards, M.D. Mrs. Andrea Spencer Shelton Mr. Joseph P. Shelton Ms. Michelle Ann Sidler


Ms. Jill McDonald Sistino Mr. Geoffrey D. Spiess Mrs. Donna Miller Tomaro Ms. Caitlin Way Mrs. Elizabeth G. Wilson Class of 1992 Participation: 14% Class Agent: Mrs. Cathy Appling Vinson Ms. Angela D. Chandler-Jordan Ms. Kysh Robinson Clemons Ms. Bonnie E. Cohen Ms. Allison Collins Ms. Mary Elizabeth Crawford Ms. Ann Marie Crochet Ms. Jennifer Crouse Mr. Rodney S. Drinkard Mr. Brett F. Duncan Mrs. Trina Cavender Duncan Mr. Christopher M. Frost Mrs. Deborah F. Frost Ms. JoAnn Golden Mr. C. Patrick Gray Mr. B. Shane Hornbuckle Ms. Tina Crawford Howard Mr. Charles R. Moore Mrs. Jennifer Berry Moretz Mr. Julian E. Pawlowski, Jr. Mr. Michael O. Poley Mr. Kevin C. Rapier Ms. Delores A. Schweitzer Ms. Kimberly Skinner Capt. Valorie Woods Spence Ms. Margaret Summerour Mrs. Tricia B. Thomas Ms. June M. Tompkins Mrs. Cathy Appling Vinson Ms. Linda G. Wallace Mr. Jeffery A. Whitney Class of 1993 Participation: 15% Class Agent: Mr. David M. Ross Mr. Kent L. Bailey Mrs. Amy Tucker Ballar Mr. Christopher A. Ballar Ms. Myra Sack Perdue Mrs. Heather Keehn Bolton Mrs. Danielle Oxford Boshart Mr. J. Patrick Connor Ms. Candice Corbitt Cooke Mrs. Pamela Letsos Copsis Mrs. Leah Bell Crosby Ms. Tracy L. Frey Mrs. Alexandra Kay Gray Mr. Michael Hanson Dr. J. Clark Hill Mrs. Elizabeth V. Hornbuckle Mr. J. Kevin Meaders Mrs. Karen Mitchell Pinson Mr. David M. Ross Mrs. Carolyn P. Schumacher Mr. Jason R. Sheats Mr. Frederick M. Sicignano Mr. James A. Tabb Mrs. Candy Allen Thacker Mr. Joseph E. Tomberlin Mrs Kristina Randall Tomberlin Mr. Mark L. Tubesing Mr. Trung Hoang Vo Ms. Elizabeth D. Watts Mrs. Sharon Maria Williams Mr. Davidson M. Wuichet Class of 1994 Participation: 16% Class Agent: Mr. Mark A. Williams Ms. Pat Burns Baumgarten Mrs. Susan Wigton Benner Mr. William W. Bolton

Ms. Jennifer Suvoski Bowers Ms. Shana Bowes Mr. Nathan E. Briesemeister Mrs. Meredith Mabry Cantrell Dr. Mark A. Caprio Ms. Christine Hathaway Carter Dr. Michael J. Claxton Mr. Michael W. Collins-Smythe Mr. Brian A. Davis Mrs. Roberta H. Davis Ms. Karen J. Docherty Ms. Killian Edwards Mrs. Amy Z. Estes Mr. Timothy J. Evans Ms. Pang Cha Yim Mrs. Barbara Miller Hall Mr. Jeff Hall Mrs. Kristine Suber Hanchar Dr. Jill Reiss Harper Mrs. Heather E. Hornor Ms. Loretta D. Hunt Ms. Chara Fisher Jackson Mrs. Michelle Ponte Miller Mr. Eric J. Queen Mr. Matthew S. Shepherd Mrs. Anna San-Martin Soracco Dr. Elizabeth R. Taghechian Mrs. Elizabeth Anne Weismann Mrs. Rebecca Greene Weissinger Mr. Mark A. Williams Ms. Lori Zboran Ms. Elizabeth Anne Zelley Class of 1995 Participation: 14% Ms. Shelly R. Anderson Mrs. Jamie Walker Ball Mrs. Linda David Blakely Dr. Brooke N. Bourdelat-Parks Ms. Marla J. Bright Mr. Jeffrey Clower Mr. Adam M. Corder Mr. Joseph A. Echols Ms. Kathleen M. Farrell Mr. Brian B. Fryman Mr. Alan J. Gibson Mrs. Teri Butler Gibson Mr. Jason C. Gray Ms. Nancy T. Hamilton Mr. Thair Patrick Hanaway Mrs. Susan Poston Hansen Mr. John Dale Hester Mr. R. Ward Jones Mrs. Kathryn Engler Klein Mrs. Lu Green LeRoy Mr. William E. Lukow Mr. Robert N. Lyons Ms. Jeanette B. Martin Ms. Shelley A. Moffitt Ms. Stacey Brand Ostervold Mr. Marshall Reiser Mrs. Brenda Jericevich Roger Mr. Andrew David Schutt Mrs. Kirsten Schutt Mr. Brian L. Sweeney Mrs. Jane Barrow Tracy Mr. Morris L. Tubesing Mrs. Elizabeth P. Wyzykowski Class of 1996 Participation: 12% Mr. Jonathan M. Almond Mrs. Holly H. Caswell Mrs. Heather Andrews Clark Mrs. Christine Claxton Ms. Cristine Deaver Mrs. Caroline Vinson Dennis Mrs. Lisa Diedrich Mrs. Claire M. Dionne Mr. Jim H. Faasse Mrs. Mary Poteet Fernandez

Mrs. Donna Findling Mrs. Holly Harmon Fisher Mr. Jason Fisher Mr. Patrick Frost Ms. Eleanor Fulton Ms. Ekaterina Galperina Mr. Marquis Y. Glenn Ms. Tonia Sellars Griswold Ms. Emily S. Gurley Mrs. Elizabeth R. Healy Dr. Chanda Creasy-Johnson Mr. Kevin M. Kendrick Mr. Dennis W. Kiernan Katherine Schindler Michalek Mr. Jeffrey S. Pearlman Mrs. Jennifer Pekosz Mrs. Tonya Gibson Russo Ms. Trishanda Treadwell, Esq. Ms. Jennifer B. Trevisan Mr. Jeff White Mrs. Lin Odom Woodson Class of 1997 Participation: 13% Class Agent: Mr. Timothy Randall Roberson Mr. John Breton III Ms. Michelle Barrett Mrs. Yuriko Cobia Mr. Joseph Cox Mrs. Theresa Linebarger Cox Mr. Gregory L. Daspit Ms. Melissa Drouin Funk Ms. Sarah Allison Gatliff Ms. Colleen V. Grogan Mrs. Jennifer Ovdenk Haley Mrs. Jessica Geer Inskeep Mrs. Miki Williamson Johnson Mr. Jason Karnes Mr. Michael D. Kelly Dr. Tiffany E. Kelsey Mr. Kenneth C. Kuffrey Mr. Brent W. Latham Mrs. Stephanie Chaby Lyons Ms. Sherion Moon Mr. Andrew J. Noble Ms. Anita Patterson Mr. Jeff Pyron Mr. Ryan P. Queen Mr. Timothy Randall Roberson Mr. Fred Robey Ms. Melanie Rosen Ms. Angela Satterfield Mr. Michael Shirley Mr. D. Brandon Smith Mr. Tharius D. Sumter Mrs. Kelly Holland Vrtis Class of 1998 Participation: 13% Mr. Jason Breitfeller Mrs. Katherine H. Breitfeller Ms. Kathryn S. Brooks Mrs. Chia I. Chihade Mr. Lanier Coulter, Jr. Mrs. Diane Williams Dalbo Mrs. Elizabeth Parra Dang Mrs. Angela Bartlett Daspit Mr. Claude Spencer Godfrey, Jr. Mrs. Lisa K. Gyllenswan Mr. Benjamin J. Hanes Mrs. Monica Hayden Dr. Karen Head Mrs. Belinda M. Kasmiersky Ms. Chanda Thomas Leshoure Mr. Russell Lind Mr. Michael T. Mahoney Ms. Janice McNeal Mrs. Jaime J. Melton Ms. Jennifer Nanek Mrs. Creche Kern Navarro

Mr. Jorge Navarro Mrs. Alicia S. O’Kelley Mr. David Reynolds Pass Mr. Adam L. Polakov Mr. Robert L. Rawson Mrs. Christina Burnham Rissler Dr. James D. Rissler Mr. Nathan Sparks Ms. Aimee Thrasher-Hanson Class of 1999 Participation: 12% Class Agent: Mr. James J. Williams Ms. Amy B. Allen Mrs. Danielle A. Benner Mrs. Heidi M. Blackwell Mrs. Amy Katz Bonn Ms. Andrea Hope Breen Mr. Brett Cave Ms. April J. Costner Mrs. Jessica M. Dusang Mr. Michael D. Dusang Ms. Jeanie F. Flohr Ms. Monica Flores Mr. Jeremy J. Greenup Mrs. Heather McNeill Ivkovich Ms. Elke Kunzmann-Devine Mrs. Shannon M. Lambert Ms. Mariruth Leftwich Ms. Robyn Lucas Mr. Robert A. Milford Ms. Chantal Montagnet Mrs. Virginia Parler Mr. Michael Paul Pompilio Mr. Jerry Portwood III Dr. Amanda L. Regnier Mr. Edward G. Riemenschneider Ms. Zandra Ruiz Mrs. Marie Heflin Shirley Mr. Ashish N. Thakur Ms. Karen A. Thomas Ms. Joan M. Varlan Ms. Ellissa L. Vermillion Mr. Erik Viberg Mr. Christopher Wall Mr. James J. Williams Mr. Tolliver Williams Class of 2000 Participation: 11% Class Agent: Mr. Kevin A. Woolf Ms. Jeannette M. Bellamy Mr. Scott C. Bourgeois Mrs. Elizabeth M. Brattin Mrs. Catherine T. Burns Mr. Chad A. Donaghue Rev. Mandy Sloan Flemming Mr. Frank R. Fuller Ms. Nicole Garbarini Ms. Misty N. Hood Mr. J. Jay Kapp Ms. Molly S. Lewis Mr. Brian Owens Ms. Christine N. Scarborough Mr. Blake Stabler Mrs. Patricia G. Thompson Ms. Nicole M. Urbanek Ms. Kimberly Johnson Walker Mrs. Jaime Chardos Watt Mr. Timothy J. Watt Capt. Joseph H. Wicker Mr. Kevin A. Woolf Ms. Angela R. Zimbrick Class of 2001 Participation: 10% Class Agent: Lance Ozier Ms. Monique Latoya Anderson Ms. Penelope J. Anderson Mr. Frederick R. Bailey Mr. Robert B. Baldwin CARILLON |

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Mr. Thomas A. Ballew Mr. Christopher V. Benner Mrs. Brooke Roberts Bourgeois Ms. Laurette W. Cadres Mrs. Ann Stiner Cave Mrs. Kimberly Watkins Daniel Mr. Michael W. Eis Mr. Christopher Y. Fort Mrs. Kristen L. Gaines Mr. Donald Austin Gillis Ms. Jodie Sexton Goff Mr. David J. Hernandez Mr. J. Cleve Hill Mrs. Mojgan Khosravi Mrs. Lori A. Merrill Ms. Rachel L. Moore Mr. Chad M. Mozley Mr. Lance W. Ozier Mrs. Jorjanne Zorn Paulk Ms. Angie L. Baldwin Roda Mr. Chris Rylands Mr. Harry L. Schroeder Mr. Jason Solomon Ms. Nicole Stiegelbauer-Engels Ms. Kristi Wright Ms. Ashley E. Zimmerman Class of 2002 Participation: 12% Class Agent: Mrs. Karen Anthony Schnick Ms. Susan Allhusen Ms. Meiyen M. Bell Mr. Christopher C. Brantley Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Breton Ms. Melissa A. Conrad Ms. Alicia D. Cowart Ms. Shaniece Broadus Criss Mr. Andrew R. Crosby Mr. Hemanth Digumarthi Ms. Melissa Kostelansky Eis Mrs. Robin Elms Mrs. Rhiannon N. Fink Mrs. Sheila H. Godwin Ms. Veronica M. Holmes Mr. John Hong Mr. Robert L. Jones Ms. Elizabeth P. Kennedy Ms. Karen Elizabeth Mellott Ms. Sallie Kaltreider Namey Mr. Thomas A. Namey Mr. Jeffrey R. Poole Mrs. Vera V. Redwine Ms. Jacqueline B. Runyon Ms. Katherine M. Russell Mrs. Karen Anthony Schnick Mr. Joshua I. Shapiro Ms. Bahar Shariati Ms. Katherine E. Shropshire Ms. Heather Lynn Staniszewski Mr. Brian S. Stephens Mr. Matthew C. Vance Mrs. Mary Carol Wollenhaupt Class of 2003 Participation: 10% Ms. Sally Ann Auld Mrs. Natalie H. Cekan Mr. Derren Connell Mr. William Crime Mr. Brad Day Mr. Gabriel J. Dean Mrs. Jessica D. Dean Mr. Mark W. DeLong Ms. Katarina Kurincova Ms. Deborah M. Lange Ms. Cheryl D. Lea Mr. Bruce Lee Mr. Robin Lohfert Ms. Brevely Mack

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Ms. Margaret Maxwell Mr. Robert T. Miller Mr. William Thayer Mullally Ms. Michelle Parks Mr. Christopher A. Simser Mr. Christopher A. Stanley Ms. Heather D. van Kampen Mr. Wesley D. Wade Ms. Janet L. Wallace Ms. Elena Weiss Mr. James A. Wood, Jr. Class of 2004 Participation: 10% Class Agent: Ms. Jennifer Brown Mr. Peter H. Aufdemorte Mr. D. Marshall Boggess Ms. Jennifer Brown Ms. Katie Cofield Mrs. Suzanne E. Dorough Mrs. September Holstad Mr. Brent R. Jones Ms. Susan Bachman Kegley Mr. Chris Koda-Massey Ms. Jean Leach Ms. Kelly Matysik Ms. Rachel McKnight Ms. Kelley Napier Ms. Jillian Page Ms. Stephanie Peccia Mrs. Vicky D. Samuel Mr. Bryan D. Simmons Mr. Aaron P. Whitworth Mr. Ryan Williams Mr. Hayden Willis Ms. Danielle Wright Class of 2005 Participation: 9% Class Agent: Mr. Tom Collens IV Mr. Jonathan Bookspun Ms. Elizabeth A. Bosserman Mr. Tom Collens IV Ms. Amy E. Davis Mr. R. Corey Garner Mr. Charles Ghee Ms. Danielle Holm Ms. Catherine M. Lawler Ms. Jillian A. Martin Ms. Leah Marie Mickens Ms. Courtney J. Terrell Ms. Linda S. Torres Mr. Alan Zwicker Class of 2006 Participation: 12% Class Agent: Ms. Courtney Roberts Ms. Robin R. Brooks Ms. Miriam C. Brown Ms. Cecilia Cooper Ms. Jillian D. Crawford Mr. W. Daniel Erwin Ms. Jessica R. Griffin Mrs. Stacie T. Hanson Mr. James Hill Ms. Annemarie Ippolito Mr. Roland J. Kimble Ms. Abigail J. Kurland Katie V. March Mr. Mayur Nayee Mr. Piercen Oliver Ms. Mallory R. Pusch Ms. Susan C. Richards Ms. Courtney Roberts Ms. Leah L. Sanders Ms. Tracy L. Satterfield Ms. Kelli Weatherall Ms. Tiffany U. Williams Mr. Brett R. Wise Ashley F. Wright

Class of 2007 Participation: 32% Class Agents: Ms. Kyle E. Luedtke and Mr. Alex Johnson Ms. Susan S. Ahn Ms. Anne M. Balter Ms. Leisa E. Barcroft Ms. Elizabeth D. Bootcheck Ms. Stephanie G. Chapman Ms. Catherine Clarke Ms. Deborah A. Collins Ms. Brittany M. Corbett Mrs. Dela H. Coward Mr. Joseph D. Damour Mr. Jason V. Darland Ms. Andrea J. Dean Mr. Winston S. Douglas Ms. Lily C. Fincher Ms. Claire E. Fontaine Ms. Susan M. Forbes Ms. Kimber Lee Garrison Ms. Andrea M. Henfield Mr. Erik K. Horne Mr. Alex Johnson Ms. Kathleen K. Jost Mr. Mike W. Kayembe Ms. Beatrice W. Kibera Ms. Lara B. Kirchner Ms. Leigh A. Kite Ms. Elizabeth Lee-Hew Ms. Rhiannon M. Loomis Ms. Amy L. Lowe Ms. Kyle E. Luedtke Ms. Sarah C. Lykens Ms. Emily E. Macheski-Preston Ms. Rachael L. Maddux Mrs. Stephanie L. Malms-Dassler Mr. Michael A. Malone Ms. Bleshette A. Mason Ms. Kira O. McCabe Ms. Kathleen McMullan Mr. Benjamin J. Minor Ms. Rachel E. Morris Mr. William N. Mosley Ms. Lisa Mullins Ms. Thuy Nguyen Ms. Amanda J. Nichols Ms. Kathleen C. Pedro Ms. Maggi L. Pigram Ms. Myriam Poirier Ms. Jessica L. Pond Ms. Kelly A. Poor Mr. Jason E. Potts Mr. Wade H. Price Ms. Rachel L. Renz Mr. Joshua M. Rosendahl Ms. Priscilla G. Scarpaci Mr. Anthony J. Thompson Ms. Katherine E. Thompson Ms. Nichole A. Traub Ms. Emily J. Treuman Mr. Jonathan L. Weininger Ms. Rachael E. Zellner

PARENTS Many thanks to the following parents of current students and of alumni who contributed to Oglethorpe University between July 1, 2006 and June 30, 2007. We recognize their gifts to the Oglethorpe Fund, Oglethorpe Museum of Art, Oglethorpe Athletic Department and other special funds. The entire OU community thanks these donors for their generosity and support. Mr. and Mrs. Jose R. Agosto Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Allen Ms. Carol Arola Mrs. Yetty Levenson Arp ‘68 and Dr. Charles R. Arp Ms. Tina Bacon Mrs. Cherie Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Baldwin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Juan C. Banderas Mr. and Mrs. C. Wayne Barnette Mr. and Mrs. Homer Barousse, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Timothy Barrowman Mr. and Mrs. William Barwick Ms. Judith M. Becker Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Begnaud Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Bell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Blair N. Belton Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bernhardt Mr. Timothy Berwager Mrs. Ruth H. Bessmer Mr. and Mrs. William Bloodworth Mr. and Mrs. William B. Blythe Mr. Robert L. Boggus, Jr. ‘49 Mr. James A. Bohart, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. W. Devere Bond Ms. Mary K. Boone Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bove III Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Bowen Mr. and Mrs. Gary Braddick Mr. and Mrs. James L. Bready Ms. Janis H. Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Breton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Breuer Mr. and Mrs. Larry Briggs Mr. Robert E. Bristol ‘80 Mr.and Mrs. Marvin Brooks, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brown Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bryson Mr. and Mrs. David Bucey Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Buck Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buckley, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Burk Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Burnett Mr. and Mrs. Donald Calder Mr. and Mrs. James Callender Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Campbell Mrs. Marion B. Carels


Mrs. Nancy F. Castor Ms. Joy Cavin Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Ceto Mr. and Mrs. Howard Chadwick Ms. Angela D. Chandler-Jordan ‘92 Dr. and Mrs. Koon-Lim Cheng Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Chimiklis Mr. and Mrs. Alan Chunka Mr. Jeffrey Clower ‘95 Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cobbaert Mr. and Mrs. John Cogan Mr. and Mrs. Walter N. Cohen Ms. Brenda Comer Mr. Peter Coon Mr. and Mrs. Greg Cooper Mr. and Mrs. John Corbett Mr. and Mrs. Joel Cowan Mr. and Mrs. Alan Crabb Mr. and Mrs. Danny L. Cruff Mrs. Reese E. Currie Mrs. Diane Williams Dalbo ‘98 and Mr. David Dalbo Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Dandois Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darland Ms. Kathy A. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Render S. Davis Mr. Tony de Give Mr. and Mrs. Frank De Maria Mr. and Dr. Percy Dejarme Mrs. Mona Tekin Diamond Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Dickinson Ms. Toby Director Dr. D. Peter Drotman and Ms. Carolyn N. Arakaki Mrs. Murlene L. Dubay Ms. Linnett Ebanks Mr. and Mrs. David Eliscu Mr. and Mrs. Franklin D. Ellis Mr. William A. Emerson Mr. and Mrs. John Ernst Mr. and Mrs. John Esterline Mr. and Mrs. Norman Evans Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Falconer Dr. and Mrs. Neil Feld Mr. Norman P. Findley III Mrs. Cynthia Flores Mr. and Mrs. Paul Folger Mr. Phil Fowler Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fulbright, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Gabriel Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Galloway Mr. and Mrs. Juan Galvan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gerard Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Germany Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gibbs Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilfillan Mr. and Mrs. John M. Glenn, Jr. Mrs. Norman Goldberg Mr. George E. Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. Owen Goudelocke Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Gould Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grad Mr. and Mrs. R. Louis Graner Mrs. Gwendolyn Grant Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grathwohl Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greenwell Mr. and Mrs. William Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Mark Grisar Mr. and Mrs. William R. Gussman Mr. and Mrs. William L. Haight Mrs. Velma Hainline Mr. and Mrs. Wendell L. Hans Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hanzsek, Jr. Ms. Regina Harris Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Harrison Mr. James V. Hartlage, Jr. ‘65 and Mrs. Jacqueline Cook Hartlage ’65 Mr. and Mrs. James A. Haviland Mr. Howard L. Hecht

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hedges, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Helmbold Mr. Greg Henderson Dr. Bruce W. Hetherington Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Higgins Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hill Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Karl J. Hirshman Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hitchcock Mr. Hiep Ho Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hofstetter Ms. Jean Pryor Hughes ‘64 Mr. Thomas M. Hunter ‘43* Ms. Justina Iyere Dr. and Mrs. Alan I. Jacobson Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Jaehnig Ms. Peggy Jeffra Ms. Rachelle Jeffreys-Bell Mrs. Carol C. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson Ms. Nancy Johnson Ms. Patricia A. Johnson Ms. Tamara L. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Willie R. Johnson Mr. Robert S. Jones, Sr. ‘69 Mr. Neil Kalmanson Dr. and Mrs. Jim Kasperbauer Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Kee Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Keene Mr. and Mrs. James Keller Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Donald N. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kincaid Mr. Wayne Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Scott Krueger Mr. and Mrs. David Kuhn Mr. John Kulavic III Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lane III Mr. J. Smith Lanier II Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lawrence Hung-Minh Le Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Ledoux Mr. Robert W. Lenzer ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lewis Ms. Hazel Lewter Ms. Karel V. Linden Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Lindley Mr. Donald Livingston Mr. Louis T. Lombardy ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Luedtke Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Lykens Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Lynen Mrs. Janet H. Maddox Mr. and Mrs. John P. Maguire Mr. and Mrs. James March Mr. and Mrs. Phil Marsden Ms. Aline J. Massey Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mazzarino Mr. and Mrs. Carl McAllister Mr. Neil Gray McBride Mr. and Mrs. Greg McConnell Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGee Mr. and Mrs. John McGowan Mr. and Mrs. John E. McKee, Jr. Ms. Virginia McLeod Mr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Metcalf, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Minor Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Mix Dr. and Mrs. John G. Moore Ms. Ann Yingling Morrow Mr. Kenneth Morscheiser Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Tinakorn NaLampoon Mr. Jorge Navarro ‘98 and Mrs. Creche Kern Navarro ‘98 Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Nilson Mr. and Mrs. Huxley Nixon Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Opp Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Orlando

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Osmanson Ms. Karen C. Page Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pages Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Partin Mr. Edgar Paschal Mr. and Mrs. Julian J. Pedro Mr. and Mrs. Mehmet Pekin Mr. and Mrs. John Pilger Dr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Pisani Ms. Jackie Powers Mr. and Mrs. James R. Pyron Mrs. Patricia Raczynski Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Rader Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rawson Mr. and Mrs. William R. Raymond Mr. Wilbur E. Reid Mr. Thomas L. Reilly ‘67 Mr. Dane Rhodes Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Richard Mr. Stanley Richards Ms. Barbara A. Robinson ‘81 Dr. J. Mack Robinson H ‘95 Dr. and Mrs. William T. Ross III Ms. Cornelia Roth Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sabsowitz Mr. Bud Salamone and Ms. Sharon DiMarco Mrs. Lucy Dubrowsky Samorodin Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Sanderson Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sands Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schewe Mr. and Mrs. Brian Schiff Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schindler Dr. Lori Schmied and Dr. Karl Jost Ms. Mary Emily Schultz Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schweitzer Mr. Larry C. Shattles ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Brian Sheffield Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J Sheridan Mr. Ralph Dean Sims Ms. Tanya Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert Soby Mrs. Cynthia Sonam Mr. and Mrs. Randall Stiles Mrs. Mary T. Stroud Mr. and Mrs. Aurel E. Stuart, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Suddes Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Summerlin Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Summers Mr. Charles G. Sunstein Mr. and Mrs. Mark Teague Mr. David Terrell Mr. and Mrs. S. Scott Thompson Dr.and Mrs. Joseph A. Tomberlin Mr. Darryl Tomlin Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Toney Mr. and Mrs. George C. Toulas Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Trammell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George Troficanto Mr. Morris L. Tubesing ‘95 and Mrs. Pam Tubesing Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tulowitzky Mr. Paul L. Vail Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Lee Vaughan Mr. and Mrs. Peter Paul Vesgo Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Voxnaes Mr. Reid W. Walker Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Wallace Mr. and Mrs. James A. Walls Mr. Hidehisa Watanabe Mr. and Mrs. Lee Waters Mr. and Mrs. Johnny I. Watkins Mrs. Betty U. Weiland Mr. Jay P. Weininger Mr. and Mrs. James S. Weldon Mr. and Mrs. Charles West Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. West Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Wiggins Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wildenhaus

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Willis Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Wingo Mr. and Mrs. William Wise Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wright Ms. Anne Jill Writer ‘77 Dr. Robert A. Wynn ‘61 and Dr. Gail Garwes Wynn ‘59 Dr. Michael W. Yarbrough ‘72 Mrs. Patricia S. Zaffuto ‘89 Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Zellner Mr. and Mrs. Herb Zwicker

HONOR AND MEMORIAL GIFTS The following contributions were given to honor and remember members of the Oglethorpe University community.

GIFTS IN HONOR Names listed in italics represent the honorees. April and Eugene Ahn and Family Susan Ahn ‘07 Alpha Sigma Tau sorority Ms. Emily Macheski-Preston Dr. G. Malcolm Amerson Ms. Gail Lynn ‘77 The Oglethorpe University Art Department Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Harrison Dr. Keith H. Aufderheide Mr. Piercen Oliver ‘06 Mr. David-Matthew Barnes ‘06 Ms. Nichole Traub ‘07 Mrs. Libby Barwick Mrs. Nancy T. Beane Professor Leo Bilancio Mr. Joseph R. Menez ‘70 Mr. Raymond S. Willoch ‘80 Dr. Robert A. Blumenthal Mrs. Rebecca Greene Weissinger ‘94 Dr. William Brightman Ms. Misty N. Hood ‘00 Ms. Janice McNeal ‘98 Ms. Sarah Bucey Mr. and Mrs. David Bucey Dr. Ronald Carlisle Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Baube Mr. Christian Y. Benton Mr. James A. Bohart, Sr. Dr. Cassandra Copeland Dr. Lynn Gieger Dr. John C. Nardo Dr. Philip J. Neujahr Dr. John D. Orme Mrs. Adrina Richard Dr. Beth Roberts Dr. Daniel L. Schadler Dr. Brad L. Stone Dr. Linda J. Taylor Dr. Philip Tiu Dr. James M. Turner Mr. Charles M. Wingo CARILLON |

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Mrs. Betsy Hansen Dr. Rutledge Forney

Paul and Ruth Marston Dr. and Mrs. Larry D. Large

Dr. Seema Shrikhande Ms. Rachael Maddux ‘07

Ms. Mary Katherine Harrison ‘03 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Harrison

Ellen and Scott McEwan Mr. Scott T. Haight ‘89

Dr. William Shropshire Ms. Katherine E. Shropshire ‘02

Chi Phi Fraternity Mr. Keith P. Kronish ‘77

Dr. Bruce W. Hetherington Mr. Jason Darland ‘07 Mrs. Lin Odom Woodson ‘96

Mr. Ben Minor ‘07 Mr. and Mrs. Ken Minor

Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity Mr. Joseph Damour ‘07

Dr. Barbara Clark Dr. Karen Head ‘98

John Kennedy Hodges Mrs. Cherry Hodges Casey ‘65

Ms. Brianne NaLampoon ‘02 Mr. and Mrs. Tinakorn NaLampoon

Mrs. Kelly Moynes Sklare ‘96 Mr. Jeffrey S. Pearlman ‘96

Class of 1957 Mrs. Ellen Kinsey Bayley ‘57 and Mr. Ted Dwight Bayley ‘58 Mr. Lewis B. DeRose ‘57 The Rev. Charles R. Gipson ‘57 Miss Maureen B. Robinson ‘82 Mr. Charles F. Scott ‘57 Mr. William Charles Smith ‘57

Mr. James E. Holliday, Jr. Mrs. Marjorie McClung Holliday ‘49

Mr. Johnny Odess Ms. Tracey Lathem ‘78

Mr. Bill Smith Mrs. Joan Phillips Millar ‘64

Mrs. Monica Pearson (H) ‘07 Dr. and Mrs. Larry D. Large

Dr. Brad Smith Mr. Piercen Oliver ‘06

Julian and Lorna Pedro Ms. Kathleen Pedro ‘07

Ms. Sara Katherine Smith Mr. William Charles Smith ‘57

Dr. Arthur Cohen Mr. Lewis B. DeRose ‘57

Mr. Alex Johnson ‘07 Mr. Alan Zwicker ‘05

Mr. Vernon Pigram Ms. Maggi Pigram ‘07

Mr. Nicholas Speights Mrs. Mildred Jackson Speights ‘58

Cheryl and Tim Corbett Ms. Brittany Corbett ‘07

Carol, Harold and Tamara Johnson Mr. Alex Johnson ‘07

Vinson, Kimberly and Sydney Pigram Ms. Maggi Pigram ‘07

Dr. John Stevens Ms. Kimberly Skinner ‘92

Mr. Thomas G. Cousins (H) ‘07 Dr. and Mrs. Larry D. Large

Ted and Delores Johnson Ms. Thuy Thu Nguyen ‘07

Luc and Carole Poirier and family Ms. Myriam Poirier ‘07

Dr. William F. Straley Mrs. Rebecca Greene Weissinger ‘94

Mr. Charles J. Currie III ‘94 Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Currie

Drs. Lori Schmied and Karl Jost Ms. Katie Jost ‘07

David and Michelle Pond Ms. Jessica Pond ‘07

Ms. Alison Stroud Mrs. Mary D. Crosby

Chris Damour Mr. Joseph Damour ‘07

Mr. William Kennon Mrs. Ann Kennon Breslauer ‘82

Jerry and Sonja Poor Ms. Kelly Poor ‘07

Ms. Lisa Thompson Mr. Anthony Thompson ‘07

Sigi Dassler Ms. Stephanie Malms ‘07

Dr. J. Brien Key Dr. Barbara R. Clark Mr. Mark S. Lisicky ‘82

Mr. Robert H. Price Mr. Wade Price ‘07

Sandra, Emily and Madisyn Traub Ms. Nichole Traub ‘07

Dr. W. Irwin Ray, Jr. Mrs. Jaime J. Melton ‘98

Diane and Stan Treuman Ms. Emily Treuman ‘07

Margot and Lucy Renz Ms. Rachel Renz ‘07

Dr. J. Dean Tucker Mrs. Rebecca Greene Weissinger ‘94

Mr. Eugene Rivers II ‘06 Ms. Maggi Pigram ‘07

Mr. Brett Wise ‘06 Mr. and Mrs. William Wise

Dr. Beth Roberts Mrs. Elizabeth Walker King ‘54

Dr. Ed Wolpert Mrs. Elizabeth Walker King ‘54

Ms. Judy Robinson Miss Maureen B. Robinson ‘82

Mr. Frank Zelencik Ms. Mary Zelencik

Ms. Angie L. Baldwin Roda ‘01 Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Baldwin

Malcolm and Suzanne Zellner Ms. Rachel Zellner ‘07

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cataline Mr. Bud Salamone and Ms. Sharon DiMarco Kim and Scott Chapman Stephanie Chapman ‘07

Maggie and Clayton David Ms. Maggie Pigram ‘07 Nelson and Alyson Davis Mr. and Mrs. Render S. Davis Mr. G. David Dennis Dr. Verline Dixon Dennis ‘65 Education Department Mrs. Sharon Velinsky Fagin ‘85 The English Faculty Ms. Kelly Poor ‘07 Rick and Pauline Fontaine Ms. Claire Fontaine ‘07 Shawn and Jane Forbes Ms. Susie Forbes ‘07 Mayor Shirley Franklin (H) ‘07 Dr. and Mrs. Larry D. Large Mr. Jon Gabriel Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Gabriel Eddie and Donna Garrison Ms. Kimber Garrison ‘07 Ms. Barbara Gayle Ms. Maggi Pigram ‘07 Dr. Guertner Mrs. Lillian Cable Williams ‘41 Mrs. Kathleen Guy Mrs. Mary D. Crosby

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Gregory and Sandra Horne Mr. Erik Horne ‘07 Dr. Rebecca Hyman Ms. Misty N. Hood ‘00

George and Kathy Kirchner Ms. Lara Kirchner ‘07 Chris Kliros Ms. Brittany Corbett ‘07 The Laskar family Ms. Rachel Zellner ‘07 Ms. Emily Lawson ‘03 Ms. Mary Emily Schultz Ms. Lorraine Loomis Ms. Rhiannon Loomis ‘07 Cindy Lougee Ms. Dela Hayes Coward ‘07 Jeff and Ann Lowe Ms. Amy Lowe ‘07 Paul and Cynthia Luedtke Ms. Kyle Luedtke ‘07 Robert and Barbara Lykens Ms. Sarah Lykens ‘07 Ms. Sarah Lykens ’07 Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Lykens Marjorie MacConnell Mrs. Sydney Mobley Moss ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maddux Ms. Rachael Maddux ‘07 Dr. Nicholas B. Maher Mr. Piercen Oliver ‘06

Mr. Bud Salamone Mr. and Mrs. Roland Sauer Mr. and Mrs. Roland Sauer Mr. Bud Salamone and Ms. Sharon DiMarco Marsha and Joseph Scarpaci Ms. Priscilla Scarpaci ‘07 Dr. Larry Schall Mrs. Rebecca Greene Weissinger ‘94 Mr. Jeremiah Roger Schultz ‘96 Ms. Regina Harris Dr. George Seward Mr. Gordon Hiles ‘57 Dr. Lewis Shelton Mr. Robert V. Olson ‘62

GIFTS IN MEMORY Names listed in italics represent the honorees. Mr. Joseph Barenie ‘41 Mr. John J. Barenie Professor Leo Bilancio Mr. Mike D. Pickett ‘64 Mrs. Charlotte Boggus Mr. Robert L. Boggus, Jr. ‘49 Mrs. Carol Bonilla Mrs. Adrina Richard and Mr. L. Donald Richard


Mr. Lawrence L. Boyers ‘58 The Reverend Charles R. Gipson ‘57

Mr. Daniel A. Hunt ‘92 Ms. Delores A. Schweitzer ‘92

Kuta Mosley Mr. Nick Mosley ‘07

Dr. Wendell H. Brown Mrs. Linda Robuck Hoffman ‘58

Darlene Moulder Mr. Gabriel J. Dean ‘03

Mr. Walter Byrd Mr. Josh Rosendahl ‘07

Mr. Alfred D. Ingersoll Sr. Ms. Bobbie K. Knaus Mrs. Sandra Sims Myers ‘55 Mr. Robert E. Souders Mrs. Carol Weihl

Mr. Thomas W. Chandler, Jr. Mr. Robert L. Manning ‘64 Mr. Jack W. Strouss, Jr. ‘51

Carol and Garland Jennings Dr. John H. Dixon Mr. Richard N. Hey

Mr. Albert H. Church, Jr. Ms. Martha J. Church ‘67

Dr. Raymond J. Kaiser Ms. Gail Lynn ‘77

Mrs. Helen Bivings Crawford ‘35 Ms. Frances Hecht

Mrs. Mary Jane Stuart Kohler ‘90 Mrs. Fran Bennett Konradt ‘90

Ms. Elizabeth M. Crigler Mr. William R. Foster ‘58

Amy Latus Mrs. Mojgan Khosravi ‘01

Mrs. Jane Galler Curkin ‘50 Mr. Alvin J. Curkin ‘51

Mr. David Loomis Ms. Rhiannon Loomis ‘07

Dr. Harry M. Dobson Rev. John S. Sims ‘68

Mr. Richard Lougee Ms. Dela Hayes Coward ‘07

Ms. Jenny Ewing Mr. Donald R. Henry ‘83 and Mrs. Barbara Bessmer Henry ‘85

Mr. Stuart L. Lynn ‘63 Mrs. Kay Kilpatrick Crawford ‘63 Mr. Eric M. Scharff ‘63 Mr. Charles L. White ‘63

Mr. Richard Finnigan Mr. and Mrs. Aurel E. Stuart, Jr. Mr. James E. Galleshaw Dr. Janice Ann Galleshaw ‘75 Mr. W. Maxwell Gaston ‘43 Maj. James C. McClanahan ‘41 Mr. Lyndra Givens ‘94 Mrs. Amy Z. Estes ‘94 Mrs. Skippy Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. B. Hansell Dr. and Mrs. Larry D. Large Rev. Fitzhugh M. Legerton Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch ’61 Mrs. Mildred Goslin Mr. Philip Tyler Mr. Edward S. Grenwald Ms. Judith M. Becker Ms. Bevelyn Hardy Mr. Peter A. Rooney Mr. Charles F. Hines Mrs. Lynda Papini Hines ‘64

Pat A. Lyons Ms. Beatrice Kibera ‘07 Mrs. Clare Findley “Tia” Magbee ‘56 Mrs. Rosalie Brookshaw North ‘58

Betty Brumbelow O’Quinn ‘53 Mr. James E. Henderson ‘52 and Mrs. Jean Horton Henderson ‘52 Mr. Antonio Michael Palma, Jr. Mr. Patrick Alvord Mr. Mike Branum Cecil and Ann Cannon David and Mary Lane Fantigross Jean Frost Mike and Joy Graves Shane and Danielle Griffin Martin, Joan and Mark Johnson Ms. Sandra J. Keyes Ms. Carolyn B. Lawson Marty and Ceil Locker Ms. Elizabeth P. Nesbitt Ms. Martha A. Pylant Ms. June H. Ryals Mr. and Mrs. Michael Van Houten Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Webb Mr. Tony M. Palma ‘42 Dr. James L. Cox ‘53 Mr. Philip F. Palmer Dr. J. Brien Key Mrs. Susan Woodson Pechfelder ‘73 Mrs. Anne Cheek Meyer ‘72 Mr. George Barry Percival ‘64 Mrs. Barbara Klein Stewart ‘64

Sylvan A. Makeover Mrs. Bette Makover Hagan ‘69

Mr. Doug Rice Mrs. Adrina Richard and Mr. L. Donald Richard

Mr. Perry D. Mason Ms. Bleshette Mason ‘07

Mr. John P. Salamone ‘86 Mrs. Michelle Ponte Miller ‘94

Mr. Alvin P. Schadler Mrs. Adrina Richard and Mr. L. Donald Richard Mr. Stephen J. Schmidt ‘40 Ms. Mary Zelencik Mr. Burton A. Scott, Jr. Mr. S. A. Aycock Mr. Kenneth R. Lancaster Cdr. and Mrs. M. H. Rose Mr. Robert F. Tuve Ms. Susan M. White Dr. Vincent Sherman ‘25 Dr. and Mrs. Larry D. Large Mr. Michael W. Tiller Ms. Bleshette Mason ‘07 Mr. Robert L. Turner Dr. and Mrs. Larry D. Large Ms. Isabel Marriott The Honorable Charles L. Weltner Dr. Thomas N. Pirkle ‘48 Dr. Philip Weltner Mr. Joseph G. Cannon ‘48 Mrs. May Ringold Whittington ‘67 Mrs. Alice Hill Hughes ‘67 Mr. Buford Williams ‘41 Mrs. Lillian Cable Williams ‘41 Mr. Clarence “Bob” Williams Mr. Peter A. Rooney Mr. Ed Wilson Mr. Brett Wise ‘06

Mr. Chuck Massey Mrs. Judith S. Massey ‘63 and Mr. David E. Massey Dr. Stephen C. May, Jr. Dr. Thomas N. Pirkle ‘48 “Members of the class of ‘63 who are no longer with us.” Dr. C. M. Mickey Metcalf ‘63

Stephen Germany ’08

Mr. S. Morris Mitchell ‘63 Mrs. Kay Kilpatrick Crawford ‘63 Mr. Jay D. Dye ‘60 Mr. Eric M. Scharff ‘63

Mr. James E. Holliday ‘49 Mrs. Marjorie McClung Holliday ‘49

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HERITAGE SOCIETY THE NESCIT CEDERE HERITAGE SOCIETY Nescit Cedere, a Latin phrase pronounced “nes-keet keh-deh-reh,” was taken from the Oglethorpe family crest as the university’s motto. It translates as “He does not know how to give up” and perfectly captures the pride and tenacity of those who give loyally to Oglethorpe. The following donors have remembered the university in their estate plans to ensure its future success.

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Phillips ‘63 §

Dr. Joseph A. Soldati ‘61

Mr. William Plowden, Jr. ‘67

Ms. Susan M. Soper ‘69

Mr. Timothy Randall Roberson ‘97

Ms. Denney Wells Spencer ‘48

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robey ‘97

Dr. and Mrs. Donald S. Stanton (H) ‘99

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Roesch ‘69

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Tubesing ‘95 §

Ms. Rhett Pinson Sanders ‘43

Mr. Daniel Uffner ‘51

Mr. G. Douglass Alexander ‘68 Ms. Susan Harman Alou ‘84 Anonymous (13) Mrs. Yetty Levenson Arp ‘68 and Dr. Charles R. Arp § Mr. Ted D. Bayley ‘58 and Mrs. Ellen Kinsey Bayley ‘57 Ms. Judith M. Becker Ms. Carlee Bell ‘65 Mrs. Frances Norman Block ‘38 Mr. Frederick Boswell ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Franklin L. Burke ‘66 § Ms. Mary Williams Cazalas ‘54 § Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Chandler Ms. Terry Tribbet Davis ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Davis ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Dillingham § Mr. H. Lynn Drury ‘63 Mr. and Mrs. William A. Emerson § Ms. Ruth G. Fox Mr. Wilson P. Franklin ‘39 § Mr. David C. Garrett, Jr. (H) ‘99 § Mr. George E. Goodwin Mrs. Bobbie Dexter Gupton ‘63 and Mr. J. Cabot Gupton Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Brodnax Hansel § Ms. Karen Head ‘98 Mr. Donald R. Henry ‘83 and Mrs. Barbara Bessmer Henry ‘85 Mr. Thomas G. Hood ‘78 § Mr. Thomas P. Hunter ‘43 § Ms. Rebecca Harbor Jones ‘62 § Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith Lanier Mr. Wilfred J. LeBlanc ‘61 Mr. Louis T. Lombardy ‘69 Dr. Jay Lutz Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch ‘61 and Mr. Barry Lynch § Ms. Gail Lynn ‘77 § Mrs. Margaret Woodward Mathewes ‘55 ** Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. McGill § Mr. John Meacham ‘42 Ms. Jeannette Bentley Moon ‘38 Mrs. Sydney Mobley Moss ‘59 and Mr. Jack Moss

Drs. Patricia and William Shropshire

*Deceased

Ms. Anne Rivers Siddons (H) ‘91 §

(H) Honorary degree recipient

Ms. Elizabeth Ward Pearce ‘66 Dr. Guerrant Perrow ‘40

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Mr. and Mrs. Eric Scharff ‘63 § Mr. Stephen J. Schmidt ‘40 * and Mrs. Jeanne Fuller Schmidt ‘42 §

§Charter member **New member in 2006-2007


THANK YOU We recognize the following people who gave generously of their time, talents and resources to benefit Oglethorpe University during 2006 – 2007. These volunteers enable the university to provide an outstanding educational experience for current and future students. Many thanks to these individuals. BOARD OF TRUSTEES OFFICERS Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch ‘61 Board Chair Mr. Jack Guynn (H) ‘05 Vice Chair Mr. Harald R. Hansen Treasurer Ms. Susan M. Soper ‘69 Secretary TRUSTEES Mr. G. Douglass Alexander ‘68 Mrs. Yetty L. Arp ‘68 Mr. Robert E. Bowden ‘66 Mrs. Martha Laird Bowen ‘61 Mr. M. John Breton III ‘97 (ex-officio) Mr. Milton C. Clipper Mr. William A. Emerson Mr. Norman P. Findley III Mr. Kevin D. Fitzpatrick, Jr. ‘78 Ms. Jeanie F. Flohr ‘99 (ex-officio) Mr. J. Lewis Glenn ‘71 Dr. Joel Goldberg (H) ‘00 Mr. James J. Hagelow ‘69 Mr. James V. Hartlage, Jr. ‘65 Dr. Kenneth K. Hutchinson ‘78 Mr. Warren Y. Jobe Dr. Charles B. Knapp Mr. Roger A. Littell ‘68 Mr. William T. Mullally ‘03 Mr. Bob T. Nance ‘63 Mr. R.D. Odom, Jr. Lawrence M. Schall, J.D., Ed.D. (ex-officio) Mrs. Laura Turner Seydel ‘86 Mr. Joseph P. Shelton ‘91 (ex-officio) Mr. Arnold B. Sidman Mr. Timothy P. Tassopoulos ‘81 Dr. G. Gilman Watson ‘68 Mr. Raymond S. Willoch (ex-officio) TRUSTEES EMERITI Mr. Franklin L. Burke ‘66 Mr. Kenneth S. Chestnut Mr. William Goodell Mr. George E. Goodwin Mr. C. Edward Hansell Mr. Arthur Howell Mr. J. Smith Lanier Mr. James P. McLain Mr. John J. Scalley Mr. O.K. Sheffield, Jr. ‘53

PRESIDENT’S ADVISORY COUNCIL OFFICERS Mr. William J. Hogan, Jr. ‘72 Chair Mr. Raymond S. Willoch ‘80 Vice-Chair MEMBERS Ms. A. Diane Baker ‘77 Mrs. Joselyn Butler Baker ‘91 Mr. Robert Bowen Mr. Rowland Cocks Mr. Roger Couch ‘61 Mr. John Cunningham Mr. Brian A. Davis ‘94 Mrs. Mona Tekin Diamond Mr. Paul L. Dillingham Mr. Harry S. Feldman ‘75 Mrs. Donna Findling ‘96 Mr. David C. Garrett III Mr. Kenneth P. Gould ‘85 Ms. Veronica M. Holmes ‘02 Mr. B. Shane Hornbuckle ‘92 Mr. Robert M. Kane ‘81 Ms. Gail Lynn ‘77 Mr. Jin Matsumoto ‘74 Mr. J. Kevin Meaders ‘93 Mr. Thomas P. O’Connor ‘67 Ms. S. Tammy Pearson ‘86 Dr. Thomas W. Phillips ‘63 Mr. Edwin Reitman Mr. Brian C. Sass ‘84 Mr. Larry C. Shattles ‘67 Mr. Horace E. Shuman ‘80 Mr. Scott M. Sloan ‘76 Mr. Bernard van der Lande ‘76 NATIONAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS PRESIDENT Mr. Joseph P. Shelton ‘91 DIRECTORS Dr. William C. Aitken, Jr. ‘64 Mr. Robert B. Baker, Jr. ‘79 Mrs. Joselyn Butler Baker ‘91 Mr. Christopher A. Ballar ‘93 Dr. Brooke Bourdélat-Parks ‘95 Mrs. Laurie Lee Deally ‘86 Mr. J. Cleve Hill ‘01 Mr. David R. Pass ‘98 Ms. Anita Stevenson Patterson ‘97 Ms. Jennifer Fairchild Pierce ‘92 Mr. Timothy Randall Roberson ‘97 Mr. David M. Ross ‘93 Mr. Eric M. Scharff ‘63 Ms. Bambi Klein Stewart ‘64 Mrs. Vivian Gray Trabue ‘65 Mrs. Trish Hinton Treadwell ‘96 Ms. Caitlin Way ‘91

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Mr. Christian Y. Benton Faculty Representative Mr. Jeremy Greenup ‘91 Young Alumni Club President Ms. Kyle Luedkte ‘07 Senior Class President Mrs. Cathy Appling Vinson ‘92 Stormy Petrel Bar Association President

Sandhya Joshi ’09 PARENTS LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEMBERS Donna and Bill Barwick Pam and Michael Bove Toby Director Suzanne and John Ernst Sandra and Charles Germany Anne and Lou Graner Anita and Babu Kantamneni Deborah and Mike Malone Nancy and Phil Marsden Theresa and John Moore Jeri and Jeffery Osmanson Teresa and Brian Schiff Lori Schmied and Karl Jost Carol and George Toulas Cheryl and Jim Weldon OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM OF ART ADVISORY BOARD Mr. John C. Perner Chairman MEMBERS Ms. Lynne Bush Dr. Peter Drotman Mr. Stephen Germany ’08 Dr. Bonnie Hayes Mr. Morris Herzberg, Jr. Ms. Veronica M. Holmes ‘02 Mr. Theresa Johnson Dr. David Jones Dr. Jay Lutz Ms. Elizabeth Munson Dr. Pamela Tremayne Mr. Bernard van der Lande ‘76

Did we miss your name? The Honor Roll of Donors recognizes all gifts made to Oglethorpe University from July 1, 2006, to June 30, 2007. If you noted an error or omission, please let us know so that we can correct it for next year’s publication. Thank you! Please contact Betsy Thompson at 404.364.8476 or bthompson@oglethorpe.edu.

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