__MAIN_TEXT__

Page 1

44TH ANNUAL PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER

44TH ANNUAL PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER Saturday, February 22, 2020


DINNER COMMITTEE Paula and Ed Biggers Sheila and Tom Bost Rita and Dale (’64) Brown Alida and Stevan Calvillo Tina and Rick (JD ’83) Caruso Joanne and Clark (’77) Cowan Marlyn (’90, JD ’94) and Robert Day Linda and Scott Fish Kalli O’Malley and Terry Giles (JD ’74) Beth and Louis Graziadio Mary Lou Graziadio Janet and Wayne Gretzky Misty and Michael Hammer Jolyn (’02) and Seth (’02) Haye

DINNER CHAIRS Sherry and Frank W. (MBA ’78, EdD ’04) Cornell

Michelle (JD ’89) and Mark (JD ’88) Hiepler Karen and Thomas (MBA ’77) Higgins Sara (’74) and Sam (’75, EdD ’84) Jackson Blanche and Peter James Johnson, Jr. Deanne (’84) and John (’83) Lewis Keri and Denny (’65) Lewis Kimberly and Don Lindley Paula and Rick Marrs

OUR MISSION

Patricia and Ef Martin Amy and Vincent (MBA ’01) Monteparte Sharon and Terry Mullin Melissa and Gary Oakland Geofrey H. Palmer (JD ’75) Carrol and R. Rex Parris Carole and Danny Phillips Kristen and Timothy (’87) Phillips Celeste and John Plueger Carolyn and Ted (’59, MBA ’75) Porter Agatha and J. Anthony (’93) Precourt, Jr. Jennifer (’76) and Frederick Ricker Kelly and Duane Roberts Twanna (MBA ’77) and Tim (MBA ’77) Rogers Amy Jo Runnels (’00) Dee Anna (’86) and Hubie Smith Laure Sudreau (JD ’97) Judy and Jay Welker

Pepperdine is a Christian university committed to the highest standards of academic excellence and Christian values, where students are strengthened for lives of purpose, service, and leadership.


WELCOME S. Keith Hinkle (JD ’97) Senior Vice President for Advancement and Chief Development Oficer

INVOCATION Eric L. Wilson Associate Dean of Student Afairs and Executive Director of Spiritual Life Programs

CHANCELLOR’S REMARKS Sara Young Jackson (’74) Chancellor

INTRODUCTION OF KEYNOTE SPEAKER Dee Anna Smith (’86) Chair, Board of Regents

KEYNOTE ADDRESS PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Nachhattar Chandi DINNER CHAIR GREETING Sherry R. and Frank W. (MBA ’78, EdD ’04) Cornell DINNER

Jim Gash (JD ’93) President and CEO

MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT Jennifer Hudson GRAMMY ® Award-Winning Recording Artist

CLOSING REMARKS S. Keith Hinkle

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

1


FROM THE PRESIDENT

ASCENDTOGE THER I’m so pleased that you chose to join us tonight. Thank you for all you have done to make Pepperdine what it is today. In addition to great entertainment and the chance to catch up with old friends, I have an exciting future to share with you this evening. As you know, Pepperdine has traveled an uncommonly steep trajectory toward becoming one of the great academic universities in the country. But we are not finished yet—not even close. We believe we are trying to do something that no one else in higher education is trying to do. We are in a lane of our own. There are many excellent academic institutions around the country, but what sets Pepperdine apart is the inseparable intertwining of the highest standards of academic excellence and authentic Christian faith. Students at Pepperdine experience a genuine transformative process that challenges their minds, inspires their hearts, and feeds their souls. Right now, the world urgently needs new leaders—leaders of character and competence. That is why we exist—to shape brilliant young minds to influence the world for good, to ignite in them a deep sense of purpose that their lives matter and that they can make a diference, and to hone their leadership skills to instill the confidence to pursue important things. It is increasingly rare to find people who are trained as capable thought leaders who also possess an impeccable moral compass and the ethical fortitude to rise to positions of global influence. But that is precisely our mandate. I look forward to sharing with you tonight some of the ways we plan to ascend this aspirational mountain together. I hope you are inspired tonight about the future of Pepperdine, and I am grateful for your continuing support and encouragement.

JIM GASH President and CEO

2

ASCENDTOGETHER


FEATURED ENTERTAINMENT

JENNIFER Hudson A two-time GRAMMY® Award-winning recording artist, Academy Award-winning actress, and best-selling author, Jennifer Hudson is an extraordinary talent. From humble beginnings, Hudson began singing in a small Chicago church where, week afer week, she brought the congregation to its feet. From there, she’s gone on to worldwide acclaim. She can currently be seen in Tom Hooper’s film adaptation of Cats and is currently in production for the Aretha Franklin biopic Respect, directed by Liesl Tommy. Last year, she returned for her second time to NBC’s The Voice alongside Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, and Kelly Clarkson and for her third time and winning coach to season eight of The Voice UK alongside coaches Tom Jones, will.i.am, and Olly Murs. Hudson’s song, “I’ll Fight,” written by Grammy-winning songwriter Diane Warren for the critically acclaimed documentary RBG, was nominated for a 2019 Academy Award. In 2007 Hudson won an Academy Award for her role as Efie in the smash hit Dreamgirls, an adaptation of the Broadway musical. Her breakout film performance also garnered a Golden Globe Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award, a BAFTA, and an NAACP Image Award.

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

3


EVENING SPONSORS PRESENTING SPONSORS Marlyn (’90, JD ’94) and Robert Day

SAPPHIRE SPONSORS Kathrine and Frank Baxter Stanley Black and Family

PLATINUM SPONSORS Sherry R. and Frank W. (MBA ’78, EdD ’04) Cornell Jolyn (’02) and Seth (’02) Haye/Morgan Stanley Regent Friends: Deanne (’84) and John (’83) Lewis

Tony Cappelli Susana and Nachhattar Chandi Kathy and Lou Colombano Galia and Vartan Kesheshian University Credit Union Wendie (’85) and Ziegfred (MS ’83, EdD ’88) Young

Carole and Danny Phillips Kristen and Tim (’87) Philllips Dee Anna (’86) and Hubie Smith Judy and Jay Welker

GOLD SPONSORS Lynne and Dale Anderson The Graziadio Family:

TOPAZ SPONSORS Jacqueline and A. Ronald (’62, MBA ’67) Berryman Debora and Jack Gabelhausen Robin and Ben Giefer Maureen Grace Sara (’74) and Sam (’75, EdD ’84) Jackson Roberta Mariani

Alida and Stevan Calvillo

Paula and Rick Marrs

Beth and Louis Graziadio

Melissa and Gary Oakland

Mary Lou Graziadio Blanche and Peter James Johnson, Jr. Christina (’08) and Chad (’07) Martin Katie and Phil Masterson

Lucy and Tim Perrin Ronald F. Phillips Sharon Tedesco Deborah and William Warne

Kelly and Duane Roberts

SILVER SPONSORS Camelia and Nabil Barsoum Junmei Cai (MBA ’17) Kalli O’Malley and Terry Giles (JD ’74) Michelle (JD ’89) and Mark (JD ’88) Hiepler Diane E. Reilly (’58) Amy Jo Runnels (’00) Robert Spare Cynthia and David Stanchak Laura and Casey Wasserman at time of print

4

ASCENDTOGETHER


GEORGE PEPPERDINE SOCIETY The George Pepperdine Society was established to recognize those special friends who have made monumental commitments to the University during their lifetimes.

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

5


GEORGE PEPPERDINE SOCIETY Tonight Pepperdine University is delighted to welcome these new members into the George Pepperdine Society, a distinguished group of particularly dedicated friends whose lifetime giving totals $100,000 or more. We also recognize longstanding members of the society whose ongoing generosity has earned them stature at higher levels or as members of this year’s Sustaining Circle.

DIAMOND WAVE SOCIETY

CHANCELLOR’S CIRCLE

SUSTAINING CIRCLE

Tina and Rick (JD ’83) Caruso

Beverly and Robert Buchanan

The Ahmanson Foundation

Kathy and Lou Colombano

Debby and Andy Benton

Kristen and Timothy (’87) Phillips

Paula and Edwin Biggers

GOLDEN WAVE SOCIETY Carolyn and Ted (’59, MBA ’75) Porter

STERLING WAVE SOCIETY

Audrey and Scott Blum

BENEFACTORS CIRCLE Evelyn (MA ’15) and Curtice Booth

Brenden Mann Foundation Alida and Stevan Calvillo

Helen and Rock Chen

Sherry R. and Frank W. (MBA ’78, EdD ’04) Cornell

Marlyn (’90, JD ’94) and Robert Day

Joan and Robert Cummins

Joline (’92) and Jim (JD ’93) Gash

Shelle and Mark Ensio

Raymond A. Hall (MBA ’19)

Darlene Fauber

Chavi Hertz

Michelle (JD ’89) and Mark (JD ’88) Hiepler

Diana B. Hiatt-Michael

Blanche and Peter James Johnson, Jr.

Cherrie Moreno and Glenn Hilmer (’52)

Deanne (’84) and John (’83) Lewis

Sara (’74) and Sam (’75, EdD ’84) Jackson

Ernest M. Maldonado (BSM ’76, MP ’80)

Sheila and Tom Bost

Kim and Eric Kaufman

Scott McCollum (’84)

Rita and Dale (’64) Brown

Gina (’94) and Jon (’94, MBA ’07) Kemp

Loretta (’78) and John (’79) Monroe

The Hearst Foundations

Julia (’86) and Robert Lando

Sharon and Terry Mullin

Janet Kerr (’75, JD ’78)

Vivian and Victor Lu

Kimberly and Michael Okabayashi

Jennifer (’76) and Frederick Ricker

Searle Freedom Trust

Geofrey H. Palmer (JD ’75)

Chloe H. Ross (’62)

Denise and Michael Slattery

Michael C. Palmer

Dee Anna (’86) and Hubie Smith

Sandra L. Sully (MBA ’81)

Marilyn Puckett

Sharon and Dennis Thompson

Lisa Smith Wengler

Cheryl and Michael Warder

Alice and Ken Starr

Wally Jones (’64)

SILVER WAVE SOCIETY Carole and Danny Phillips

CRYSTAL WAVE SOCIETY

6

ASCENDTOGETHER


MEET THE NEWEST MEMBERS OF THE

GEORGE PEPPERDINE SOCIETY

DIAMOND WAVE SOCIETY Tina and Rick (JD ’83) Caruso Prolific business innovator, philanthropist, and dedicated civic leader Rick Caruso and his wife, Tina, have made extraordinary contributions to Pepperdine for the past 40 years. They have established the Caruso Family Chair in Law, and supported a loan forgiveness program, research fellowship, and major renovations at the law school. Last year they lef their most significant and enduring mark on Pepperdine yet, with a transformative $50 million gif that renamed the school the Rick J. Caruso School of Law. Their remarkable gif will expand educational access to exceptional, underserved student populations and enhance the academic programming of our law school in meaningful ways. Pepperdine is pleased to recognize Rick and Tina for their overwhelming generosity and steadfast confidence in our mission. Their son Alex (JD ’17), co-chair of the Pepperdine Dean’s Council, continues to deepen family ties to the University as an active alumni leader.

GOLDEN WAVE SOCIETY Carolyn and Ted (’59, MBA ’75) Porter Many love stories have begun at Pepperdine, but that of Ted and Carolyn Porter—who met as students at George Pepperdine College in the 1950s—is surely one of the most enduring. Now married for 62 years, the Porters live in Rancho Palos Verdes and enjoy spending time with their four children and nine grandchildren. A former Waves football player, Ted serves as a dedicated member of the Waves Athletics Board. The Porters’ recent generous gif to the University will help ensure the success of generations of Waves student-athletes in both athletics and academics. Words cannot express how grateful we are that Pepperdine continues to be part of their story.

STERLING WAVE SOCIETY Wally Jones (’64) Wally Jones was the valedictorian of the class of 1964 and star point guard for the Waves basketball team. Afer graduation, he began a career in finance at Price Waterhouse. His impressive résumé includes leadership roles at Xircom, Redken Laboratories, and Pertron Controls. Sharing his business savvy with Pepperdine students, Wally served as a Graziadio School accounting professor for many years, and along with his late wife, Betty, made a generous commitment to the school in 1993. He later established the Wally and Betty Jones Scholarship and the Wallace B. Jones Scholarship benefiting graduate business students, and recently added a charitable remainder trust to his growing legacy at Pepperdine.

SILVER WAVE SOCIETY Carole and Danny Phillips Benefactors of the Phillips Notable Speaker Series Fund at Pepperdine, Danny and Carole Phillips are partnering with the University to create opportunities for transformational learning and spiritual growth. Pepperdine regent and owner of the Diamond P. Longhorn Ranch in Lindale, Texas, Danny has served in executive roles at Harken Energy Corporation, Aloha Petroleum, and AdvancePCS. He is also a devoted member of the board of directors for Taigan.com, Texas Mutual Life Insurance Company, and the Fortress Youth Development Center in Fort Worth. Carole serves as a trustee at her alma mater, Abilene Christian University. The Phillips are proud parents of three: Landon (’08), Chad, and Emily. Pepperdine is thankful for their giving spirit.

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

7


CRYSTAL WAVE SOCIETY Sheila and Tom Bost Dedicated Pepperdine leaders since the 1970s, Sheila and Tom Bost continue to share their time and talents with our University community. A member of the Pepperdine Board of Regents, Sheila is a licensed marriage and family therapist; Tom, former chair of the Board of Regents, was a professor at the Caruso School of Law afer a successful career with Latham & Watkins. The Bosts have provided generous support for the Thomas G. and Sheila K. Bost Endowed Scholarship, the Amy E. Bost Henegar Endowed Scholarship, and the Boone Center for the Family, where they were founding members of the Advisory Board. They are blessed with four children and a dozen delightful grandchildren.

Rita and Dale ('64) Brown George Pepperdine College sweethearts Dale and Rita Brown have been married for more than five decades. Although they live in Midland, Texas, the Browns are engaged in our Pepperdine community as members of the Boone Center for the Family Advisory Board and devoted supporters of Church Relations, undergraduate scholarships, and University programs that promote healthy relationships and strengthen faith-based communities. A Pepperdine Regent and respected leader in the oil and gas industry, Dale is a principal of Moriah Group and Petroleum Strategies. Rita, the author of the scripture-based novel My First Day in Heaven, teaches women’s classes, retreats, and seminars. The Browns’ greatest joy is spending time with their six children, 29 grandchildren, and four (soon to be five) great-grandchildren.

The Hearst Foundations The Hearst Foundations have partnered with Pepperdine for almost five decades. Enriching curricular and co-curricular programs at Seaver College, the foundations’ most recent investment launched our Quantitative Skills Initiative at the Student Success Center this past fall. The program provides valuable individualized tutoring and mentorship for students enrolled in mathematics courses at every level. In addition, the foundation has provided significant resources to reinforce the creative and collaborative work of our Institute for Entertainment, Media, Sports, and Culture. Pepperdine is grateful for the profound impact the Hearst Foundations continue to have on the lives of our students and our dedicated community of educators.

Janet Kerr (’75, JD ’78) Janet Kerr has been an asset to Pepperdine as a student, alumna, and faculty member, and continues to serve with distinction as vice chancellor and Professor Emerita. Her career as a law professor included being honored as a SudreauRippe Endowed Chair and Luckman Distinguished Teaching Fellow, and she was the founding director of the Palmer Center for Entrepreneurship and the Law. An educator and an entrepreneur, Janet has developed and sold several technology companies and served on six public boards over the past 16 years. She was recently honored as one of the most influential corporate directors in the US by WomenInc. magazine. We are grateful for her faithful leadership and generosity.

Jennifer (’76) and Frederick Ricker The Rickers have invested in the lives of Pepperdine students for more than four decades, Jenny as a Seaver College alumna and Fred as a Pepperdine Regent, and together they serve on the Boone Advisory Board. Their recent commitment to The Mountain—the University’s future Student Recreation and Events Center—will help transform our campus community and strengthen student life. Fred retired as vice president and general manager at Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems afer 36 years of service, and Jenny, a licensed therapist, retired from a rewarding career in marriage and family counseling. Residents of both Lake Forest Park, Washington, and Manhattan Beach, California, the Rickers are bicycling enthusiasts who are active in their church, and they enjoy traveling and spending time with their extended family.

Chloe H. Ross (’62) Reconnecting with her alma mater this past year, Chloe established the Chloe Ross Scholars Endowed Scholarship for Seaver music students and provided our music program with valuable resources—including a beautiful Steinway piano. A talented pianist, Chloe currently teaches music in her studio. With a lifelong commitment to philanthropy, she and her late husband, Lee Ross—founder of American Energy Operations—have given generously to several charitable organizations including the University of Southern California Verdugo Hills Hospital Foundation and Disney Family Cancer Center. She is an owner of the San Diego Padres and serves on their board of directors. We are delighted to welcome Chloe and celebrate this rekindled friendship with our Pepperdine community tonight.

Dee Anna (’86) and Hubie Smith The first Pepperdine alumna to chair the Board of Regents, Dee Anna Smith is the chief executive oficer of Sarah Cannon, the cancer institute of HCA Healthcare. She also serves as board chair for the Nashville Entrepreneur Center and is a member of the Nashville Health Care Council board of directors. Last year she was recognized for her leadership and service with the Seaver College Distinguished Alumnus Award. We are proud to honor Dee Anna and her husband, Hubie— who recently retired afer a prolific basketball coaching career—for their investment in the academic and spiritual lives of Pepperdine students. The Smiths have three children, Adam, Rachel (’15, MS ’16), and Becca (’19).

8

ASCENDTOGETHER


CHANCELLOR’S CIRCLE Beverly and Robert Buchanan Robert and Beverly Buchanan were married in 1974 and began their life together in Agoura. A Los Angeles County lifeguard, Robert transferred from the South Bay area, and in 1978, the couple purchased land in Malibu and built a home where they lived until 2004. Robert retired from the Los Angeles Fire Department’s Lifeguard Division with the rank of section chief, and Beverly retired in 2003 afer a 35-year career as a United Airlines flight attendant. Motivated by Beverly’s Lutheran educational background and Robert’s lifeguarding relationship with the University’s Crest Club, the Buchanans’ generosity and friendship are deeply appreciated by our entire Pepperdine community.

Kathy and Lou Colombano Kathy and Lou Colombano are familiar faces at all Pepperdine events—including Center for the Arts productions, Waves Athletics events, SavvyChic programs, and international campus trips. These special friends have an endowed scholarship in memory of their son Mark, a former Pepperdine student. Retired from a career at Northrop Grumman Corporation, Lou is a member of the Crest Advisory Board, the Pepperdine Waves Athletics Board, and the Seaver Board of Visitors. Their daughter Lisa (’91) and sonin-law John Marking are both 1994 graduates of Pepperdine’s Caruso School of Law. Residents of Tarzana, the Colombanos enjoy traveling and spending time with their family.

Kristen and Timothy (’87) Phillips A member of the Board of Regents since 2006, Tim Phillips and his wife, Kristen, continue to provide generous support for the University and its students through a variety of scholarships and strategic Pepperdine initiatives, such as student resilience and mental health programs. Through community service and contributions to philanthropic organizations addressing youth and young adult health and well-being, they remain committed to supporting the Children’s Cancer Association, Randall Children’s Hospital, Project Lemonade, Friends of the Children, CASA, and Young Life. Pepperdine is pleased to recognize Tim and Kristen for their commitment to ensuring a vibrant campus community that promotes intellectual and spiritual discovery and serves the needs of our students.

BENEFACTORS CIRCLE Evelyn (MA ’15) and Curtice Booth A marriage and family therapist practicing in the South Bay, Evelyn Booth has made a point of giving back to Pepperdine’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology. A loyal alumna, she serves on the school’s Board of Visitors and supports the GSEP Community Counseling Center and Distinguished Lecture Series. Last year she and her husband, Curtice, established the Curtice and Evelyn Booth Veterans Endowed Scholarship. The Booths have also lent their assistance to the fundraising eforts of several organizations dedicated to helping local abused, homeless, at-risk, and terminally ill children. We are delighted to welcome this community-minded couple into the George Pepperdine Society this evening.

Helen and Rock Chen New friends to Pepperdine, Helen and Rock Chen are proud parents of Iain, a Seaver College freshman. Chairman of Pacific Falcon Investment Group Limited and Fu Heng Investment Management Limited, Mr. Chen has more than 30 years of experience in the finance industry. He is fully engaged in civic and community life in Hong Kong, serving as vice chairman of the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications, vice chairman of the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce, and trustee of the Duke of Edinburgh International Foundation. The Chens’ generous contribution to Pepperdine’s Asian Initiative is advancing our eforts to develop a robust international alumni network.

Marlyn (’90, JD ’94) and Robert Day Los Angeles philanthropists Marlyn and Robert Day have invested in a variety of programs that strengthen communities and transform lives throughout Southern California. Chairman and CEO of the W. M. Keck Foundation, Robert serves on the boards of The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation and the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California, and is Chairman Emeritus of the Claremont McKenna College board of trustees. A former litigation partner at Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP, Marlyn serves on Pepperdine’s University Board and UNICEF’s Southern California regional board. Presenting sponsors of our dinner tonight, their recent gif has enriched resources at our undergraduate Keck Science Center. We are delighted to count Marlyn and Robert as Pepperdine friends.

Joline (’92) and Jim (JD ’93) Gash A Pepperdine alumnus and parent, Jim Gash spent two decades as a professor and administrator at the Caruso School of Law before taking ofice as University president last summer. In those years of service, Jim and first lady Joline Gash developed a reputation for leading not only with their words but by their example. The Gash family has made numerous trips to Uganda to support the eforts of the Sudreau Global Justice Program, and less than a month into Jim’s presidential term, they made a major gif supporting The Mountain, Pepperdine's Student Recreation and Events Center project. Our University community is honored to be represented by two such dedicated and compassionate servant leaders.

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

9


Raymond A. Hall (MBA ’19) Raymond Hall’s professional career began with the US Army Special Operations Command, where he served for 11 years, including Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. In July 2000, Raymond made a life-changing transition to the civilian sector, where his career quickly accelerated to the executive leadership level in large, multinational companies with revenues exceeding $140 billion across a variety of industries. Currently, Ray is the head of human resources for the Americas for the Jones Lang Lasalle real estate firm and serves on the global leadership team. Ray has a strong international perspective, having lived and worked across Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America. He is an MBA graduate and supporter of the Pepperdine Graziadio Business School.

Chavi Hertz Real estate attorney Chavi Hertz is the founder of the Jewish Divorce Assistance Center of Los Angeles (JDAC) and is actively involved with Sister to Sister, a comprehensive support network for divorced Jewish women. Dedicated to helping women navigate the unique challenges of divorce in the Jewish culture, Chavi continues to develop new resources to ensure an eficient legal process infused with kindness and compassion. Her generous support launched the Jewish Divorce Mediation Clinic at the Caruso School of Law. Partnering with JDAC, law school faculty and students observe and participate in complex mediations at the intersection of California family law in civil courts and Jewish law in religious courts.

Diana B. Hiatt-Michael Dr. Diana B. Hiatt-Michael’s Pepperdine legacy began more than 45 years ago, when she taught education courses on the original L.A. campus. She is a Professor Emerita and doctoral dissertation chair for 135 educational leadership students at diverse educational sites across the country. Diana is also an esteemed author of 14 books and countless articles and presentations. She was honored with a US Embassy grant to Oman and received an Outstanding Book Award from the American Educational Research Association. A consummate volunteer for service and church organizations, she currently serves as a Getty Center docent and an Opera League educator. With the Diana Hiatt-Michael Endowed Scholarship and the Charles John Hiatt Memorial Scholarship, Diana’s support continues to bless the lives of our students.

Cherrie Moreno and Glenn Hilmer (’52) Military veteran Glenn Hilmer and his wife, Cherrie, live in Merced, California. Retired afer a successful 30-year career in radio— serving as an announcer, program director, and owner at three radio stations—Glenn, the grandson of two ministers, is a beloved Bible study leader and, along with Cherrie, an active member of their church. Longtime supporters of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Cherrie took on the role of fundraising chair for their local chapter, while Glenn served as board treasurer for many years. The Hilmers enjoy annual visits to Disneyland and traveling to destinations around the world, and will celebrate their 45th anniversary in 2020. The University is proud to recognize Glenn and Cherrie for their steadfast support and dedication.

Sara (’74) and Sam (’75, EdD ’84) Jackson The daughter of M. Norvel and Helen (’39) Young, Pepperdine’s third president and first lady, Sara Young Jackson’s career at Pepperdine began in 1979 in the ofice of student life. In 2004 Sara assumed the role of vice chancellor for the University, and afer many years of working with Pepperdine donors, she was named chancellor of Pepperdine in 2019. Over the years, she designed and launched the Pepperdine Volunteer Center, helped establish the Center for the Family (later named for Pat and Shirley Boone), and founded the Institute for Women in Leadership; she was also the 2018 recipient of Seaver College’s Distinguished Alumnus Award. Her husband, Sam, has served World Vision for 35 years. They are the parents of Jessica (’09), Joseph, and Madeline (’13).

Kim and Eric Kaufman We are pleased to honor Kim and Eric Kaufman as new members of the George Pepperdine Society. Eric is a senior vice president at Lockton Companies, an insurance brokerage firm, with 25 years of business expertise and experience. He is a member of Pepperdine’s University Board, and also serves on the board of West Coast Cares, an organization dedicated to helping the homeless. The Kaufmans reside in Newhall and enjoy time with their four sons. Eric participates in the Waves Classic golf tournament each year, and the Kaufmans have given generously to Pepperdine’s men’s basketball program. We are grateful for their commitment to Pepperdine and its mission.

Gina (’94) and Jon (’94, MBA ’07) Kemp The Kemp family shares a long and meaningful history with Pepperdine that stretches back to 1980, when the first member of the extended family enrolled at Seaver College. Partner at DCI Group, member of Pepperdine’s School of Public Policy Board of Advisors, and former assistant dean at the school, Jon is proud to have helped establish the Thomas P. Kemp Endowed Scholarship honoring Tom Kemp’s service as a University regent and member of the SPP Founders Cabinet. Thankful for their educational experiences, Jon and Gina’s faithful support continues to grow the Kemp family legacy at Pepperdine. This dedicated alumni couple lives in Bethesda, Maryland, with their children, Maddie and Tom.

Julia (’86) and Robert Lando The Landos reside in Ohio, where Robert developed AgriNomix, North America’s largest supplier of automation to nurseries and greenhouses. Robert serves on the board of Neighborhood Alliance and AmericanHort. Julia earned her liberal arts degree from Pepperdine and a master’s in business from National University. She worked in health insurance until starting a family. Their youngest, Rachel, is a sophomore studying abroad in Seaver College’s Florence program. Their eldest, Rebekah, a senior at Messiah College, is pursuing ministry. The family shares a deep afection for Pepperdine, beginning with Julia’s father, who served as a University regent for more than 20 years. Other causes they support include Neighborhood Alliance, Double Harvest/Haiti, and Compassion International.

10

ASCENDTOGETHER


Vivian and Victor Lu Chairman of Shanghai Zhe Ren Equity Investment Company, Ltd., Victor Lu and his wife, Vivian, have given generously to advance Pepperdine’s Asian Initiative led by vice chancellor John Hsuan. Strengthening Pepperdine’s global impact and reputation, this international initiative is enhancing worldwide networking opportunities and establishing vital alumni connections. Continuing to find new ways to connect our multinational community, Pepperdine is grateful for Victor and Vivian for their pacesetting support for our international outreach programs to alumni and friends. We are proud to count the Lus as University friends and we are honored to induct them into the Benefactors Circle of our George Pepperdine Society this evening.

Searle Freedom Trust Founded in 1998 by Daniel C. Searle, the Searle Freedom Trust is dedicated to advancing public policy research and education. Providing meaningful support for leading scholars and thinkers, the foundation invests primarily in scholarship that investigates and addresses our nation’s most challenging domestic policy issues. The Searle Freedom Trust’s mission to help create a more just, free, and prosperous society has fueled its continued interest in exploring subjects such as tax and budget policy, the workings of the legal system, environmental policy, and social welfare reform. This past year, the foundation’s generosity extended to Pepperdine’s School of Public Policy, funding the newly created Visiting Professorship in Education Reform Policy.

Denise and Michael Slattery Denise and Mike Slattery are proud parents of Seaver College alumni Allison (’16), who starred as Little Red in Pepperdine’s production of Into the Woods, and Ben (’19), a former pitcher for the Waves baseball team. Dedicated Waves fans, the Slatterys have supported Pepperdine Athletics initiatives and the Friends of the Theatre program. Mike is the west region managing partner at Deloitte Tax LLP, and has worked with several Pepperdine alumni as they embarked on their post-academic careers in various capacities within Deloitte. Active members of our University community, Denise and Mike have hosted several send-of parties for newly enrolled Seaver students. We are pleased to honor them tonight.

• /"

I

Sandra L. Sully (MBA ’81) .

Sandy Sully has been a faithful University supporter since her graduation from Pepperdine’s graduate business program in Northern California. Afer 34 years in the information technology field, she retired as CIO of Xilinx, Inc., a Silicon Valley semiconductor company in San Jose. She has since relocated from the San Francisco Bay area to Cary, North Carolina. Sandy serves as a trustee of the society board of the North Carolina Symphony and a member of the Carolina Ballet board of directors, and she co-leads a neighborhood Bible study. An avid traveler, she loves to experience new cultures all over the world. She also enjoys her spare time with her seven-pound Shih-Tzu, Maizie.

Sharon and Dennis Thompson Since getting his start with a Godfather’s Pizza franchise in the 1970s, Dennis Thompson has helped to create one hit restaurant chain afer another, including Lone Star Steakhouse and Fox & Hound Bar and Grill. His current ventures include Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, which now has 50 locations nationwide. Devoted to a number of charity and education organizations, Sharon and Dennis are also longtime members and supporters of the Providence Road Church of Christ in Charlotte, North Carolina. The University is grateful for the Thompsons’ continued investment in Pepperdine’s Youth Leadership Initiative. Their generous support for CrossWays, a summer youth program designed to develop and equip strong Christian leaders, is deeply appreciated.

Cheryl and Michael Warder Cheryl and Michael Warder have been faithful friends to Pepperdine for many years. Michael has held various executive positions with leading public policy research corporations, including the Claremont Institute, the Ethics and Public Policy Center, and the Heritage Foundation. He served as vice chancellor of Pepperdine from 2005 to 2014 and continues as a member of the School of Public Policy Board of Advisors. The Warders have given generously to the Michael and Cheryl Warder Endowed Scholarship for SPP. In 2014 Michael established the Warder Consultancy LLC to work in areas of advancement, public afairs, public issues, and media relations. Cheryl owns Cheryl Warder Miniatures, a successful enterprise that produces miniature accessories for dollhouses.

SUSTAINING CIRCLE The Ahmanson Foundation The Ahmanson Foundation has been a steadfast Pepperdine ally for decades. Strengthening the progress and programs of the University, the foundation has lent its support to The Ahmanson Foundation Collegiate Scholarship, The Ahmanson Veterans Scholarship Initiative, and the construction of our newest housing facility, Seaside Residence Hall. This past year, the foundation provided a generous grant to help improve campus heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems and assist our eforts to build sustainable practices into the University's operational framework. Pepperdine is thankful for the foundation’s managing director, Karen Ahmanson Hofman, and president, William H. Ahmanson, for their commitment to advancing education, health, medicine, and human services programs throughout greater Los Angeles.

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

11


Debby and Andy Benton It would be dificult to name a couple that has made a bigger impact on Pepperdine than Andy and Debby Benton, who bid the University farewell this past summer afer 35 years on the Malibu campus, the last 19 as president and first lady. Their leadership was not only instrumental in creating the Drescher Graduate Campus and several new international campuses, but it also contributed to a near doubling of the University’s endowment and significant advances in its academic rankings. Though they now reside in Edmond, Oklahoma, they continue to serve as dedicated leaders and ambassadors for Pepperdine. We will always be grateful for their innumerable contributions to the success of Pepperdine and its students.

Paula and Edwin Biggers Paula and Ed Biggers have a rich history of love and support for Pepperdine. They are proud parents and grandparents of Pepperdine alumni and faithfully serve on the advisory board of the Boone Center for the Family. Ed, a US Naval Academy alumnus, served a three-decade career with Hughes Aircraf, including years as president of its Missile Group and a consultant to the Department of Defense, and shared a lifetime of amazing leadership skills as the former chair of Pepperdine’s Board of Regents. Pepperdine is grateful for the generous investments and enduring commitment Paula and Ed have made in the lives of our students and community.

I ··•r i'

Audrey and Scott Blum

. -~ Audrey and Scott Blum have truly caught a wave at Pepperdine. The founder and chief executive oficer of ThinkTank, Scott is an entrepreneur with a history of successful startup companies to his credit, best known as the founder of Buy.com (purchased by a Japanese e-commerce company in 2010). Embracing a lifelong passion for adventure and outdoor sports, the Blums ''

J

generously support the Pepperdine surf team. Scott, a nationally ranked swimmer, now watches the excitement through his son Will, a Seaver College junior and surf team member. We are delighted to count them as members of the Pepperdine community.

Brenden Mann Foundation As president of the Brenden Mann Foundation and CEO of the Brenden Theater Corporation, Johnny Brenden has carried on his familyʼs rich legacy of commitment to the Pepperdine community for nearly a decade. His grandfather Ted Mann was a member of Pepperdine’s Founding 400 and received an honorary doctorate of laws from Seaver College in 1989, while his sister, Blythe Brenden, graduated from Seaver College in 1990. Through the Brenden Mann Foundation, Johnny has shown incredible support for the University by funding the Brenden Mann Israel Internship Program and the Brenden Mann Scholars Program. We are proud to have the Brenden Mann Foundation as part of the Pepperdine family.

Alida and Stevan Calvillo Building on a remarkable legacy of support, Alida and Stevan Calvillo have strengthened their commitment to the University over the years. Alida’s parents, George and Reva Graziadio, who shared a close friendship with former Pepperdine president and first lady Norvel and Helen (’39) Young, endowed the Graziadio Business School in 1996. Extending the Graziadio-Pepperdine connection, Stevan serves as chair of the Graziadio Board, and together they continue to provide meaningful support for our graduate business programs. Alida is a Life Associate, a member of the Friends of the Family League, and an accomplished painter. The Calvillos love to travel and spend time with their two daughters’ families and their six grandchildren.

Sherry R. and Frank W. (MBA ’78, EdD ’04) Cornell Our Pepperdine Associates dinner chairs this evening, Sherry and Frank Cornell have been faithful University friends since the late ʼ70s. Together they have generously invested in the Seaside Residence Hall Cornell Commons, the Mrs. Sherry R. and Dr. Frank W. Cornell Endowed Scholarship at the School of Public Policy, and The Mountain Student Recreation and Events Center. Frank is a double alumnus of Pepperdine, recipient of the 2004 Graziadio Distinguished Alumni Award, and a member of the University Board, the School of Public Policy Board of Advisors, and the Graziadio Board. Afer working together for 40 years developing and managing afordable housing communities, they are retiring this year to devote more time to philanthropy, travel, family, and friends.

Shelle and Mark Ensio Shelle and Mark Ensio are parents of three Seaver College alumnae, Anja (’09), Kylli (’12), and Martta (’17). Both MIT graduates, Shelle and Mark are owners of Tucson-based Ballast Technologies, Inc., where Mark also serves as president. A Pepperdine regent since 2015, Shelle worked for General Electric as a US Navy programs design engineer. Active in their community, the Ensios are longtime members of Catalina Foothills Church, PCA, where Mark serves as an elder. They have provided generous support for scholarships and Seaver College’s Natural Science programs through the years, with their recent commitment to The Mountain—Pepperdine’s future Student Recreation and Events Center—serving as a testament to their continuing confidence in our mission.

Darlene Fauber Darlene Fauber and her late husband, Bernard, established the Ben and Darlene Fauber Endowed Scholarship for Seaver College students majoring in teacher education. Bernard, a Virginia native, started working at a Kresge store as a stockroom clerk and worked his way up the ladder (afer naval duty in WWII) to become Kmart Corporation’s CEO and chairman of the board. The Faubers were recognized by many organizations and charities for their generous giving, and Bernard was honored as Virginian of the Year. Afer retiring, the Faubers moved to Ojai and raised Morgan horses and cultivated apple orchards, enjoyed traveling around the US in their Prevost motorcoach, and eventually moved to Pauma Valley, which is Darlene’s home today.

12

ASCENDTOGETHER


Michelle (JD ’89) and Mark (JD ’88) Hiepler Mark and Michelle Hiepler met when Dean Ronald F. Phillips invited both of them to speak at a University Board meeting; they married in 1990 and continue to be loyal law alumni. Michelle is a Pepperdine regent and Mark is co-chair of the law school’s Board of Advisors. Together they founded the Law Ofices of Hiepler & Hiepler, a plaintifs’ trial litigation firm specializing in bad-faith insurance cases on behalf of wronged individuals and people with catastrophic injuries. Their son Ryan is a 1L student at the Caruso School of Law; his wife, Emily, works at the law school’s Parris Institute; son Paul attends Abilene Christian; and daughter Sarah is a graduate of Oxford University.

Blanche and Peter James Johnson, Jr. We are delighted to honor Blanche and Peter Johnson at the Pepperdine Associates dinner this evening—particularly since they chaired our 2016 dinner committee and have sponsored the event every year since 2012, when their daughter Blanche (’15) was a freshman. Since then, their daughter Veronica (’17) has earned a Seaver College degree as well, and the Johnsons have only grown more committed in their support to the University. Peter, president of New York law firm Leahey & Johnson, has served as a Pepperdine regent for almost seven years, and the Johnsons have continued to generously underwrite the Peter and Veronica Johnson Endowed Scholarship at the School of Public Policy.

Deanne (’84) and John (’83) Lewis Distinguished alumni Deanne and John Lewis have a deep and enduring connection to Pepperdine. The two met as Seaver College students and were married at Staufer Chapel, and their children—Tim (’10) and Mindy (’15, JD ’18)—are Pepperdine graduates. A Pepperdine regent, John is a CPA and president of Eugene Lewis & Associates. Deanne is a founding member of the Alumni Leadership Council and a dedicated community volunteer. The Lewises are part of the church planting team of Vintage Church Pasadena and are supporters of ministries assisting homeless and low-income families in the Pasadena area. We are grateful for John and Deanne’s continuing leadership and extraordinary commitment to the Pepperdine community.

Ernest M. Maldonado (BSM ’76, MP ’80) Ernest Maldonado is a graduate and generous supporter of the Pepperdine School of Public Policy. Ernest has devoted his career to public service, including 10 years as an Air Force intelligence specialist and 30 years as a member of the Los Angeles County Sherif’s Department, overlapping with three decades as an adjunct professor at local universities. Ernest is a member of the Board of Advisors at the School of Public Policy and serves as Emeritus Trustee at Claremont Graduate University. He and his wife, Mary, established the Ernest M. and Mary J. Maldonado Endowed Leadership Fund at SPP.

Scott McCollum (’84) Scott McCollum, a Waves basketball alumnus, continues to support the men’s basketball program generously. Fluent in multiple languages, Scott continued to play professional basketball for 10 years in Sweden, France, and Switzerland, where he finished his MBA in 1991. Scott served as president of BillingTree, Inc. and headed up sales and marketing at Access Corporation, where he also sat on the board of directors. He also serves on the executive board for his charity Future for Kids. Scott is active in supporting The Mountain events center project at the University and is the proud father of two daughters, Siena, who studies at California Lutheran University, and Shea, a Seaver College student.

Loretta (’78) and John (’79) Monroe Pepperdine alumni Loretta and John Monroe have four children—Forest, Tasha, Andrea (’08), and Kara (’10)—and four grandchildren. Chairman and CEO of SullivanCurtisMonroe, John serves on our University Board and Seaver College Board of Visitors. He is also a member of the Council of Insurance Agents and Brokers, IBA West, and the National Association of Surety Bond Producers. Loretta is a dedicated member of the National Charity League Board. Establishing the Monroe Family Endowed Fund for International Programs, the Monroes have made a major investment in our Seaver College study-abroad experience. We are grateful for their ongoing support for life-changing opportunities that foster new cultural perspectives and diverse relationships.

Sharon and Terry Mullin Sharon and Terry Mullin are extraordinary champions of Pepperdine. Benefactors of the spectacular Mullin Town Square in the heart of the Malibu campus, the Mullins have created a vibrant hub of activity and fellowship for students, faculty, staf, and visitors. In addition to improving our campus landscape, they have strengthened the academic life of the University by establishing the Mullin Endowed Scholarship for Seaver College students pursuing degrees in math and science. Their monumental support will also make possible Mullin Park, a beautiful expanse of lawn, trees, and outdoor spaces that will serve as the site of the future Student Recreation and Events Center. Generous of heart and spirit, the Mullins’ remarkable legacy will enhance the lives of our students for generations to come.

Kimberly and Michael Okabayashi We honor Kimberly and Michael Okabayashi as sustaining members of the George Pepperdine Society. The Okabayashis have been faithful Pepperdine supporters since 2002. Michael, a member of Pepperdine’s Board of Regents, is a partner at the accounting firm of Ernst & Young. They are active members of the Boone Center for the Family Advisory Board and Kimberly is a founding member of the Friends of the Family League. She also serves as the Awana preschool director at their church and is a member of the Los Angeles Pink Dragons paddling team. The Okabayashis have given generously to the Okabayashi Family Endowed Scholarship, the Boone Center, and the Board of Regents Scholarship.

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

13


Geofrey H. Palmer (JD ’75) Real estate developer Geof Palmer has lef an indelible legacy in Southern California with ventures such as the Da Vinci and Broadway Palace. His legacy at Pepperdine is assured as well—in 2006 he endowed the Palmer Center for Entrepreneurship and the Law, whose innovative legal and business programs are now being copied at universities across the country. He endowed the Geofrey H. Palmer Chair in Real Estate this past year to help expand the center’s curriculum. We are proud to celebrate the Palmer Center’s 20th anniversary this spring. Supporting business education throughout Greater Los Angeles, he recently established the Geofrey H. Palmer Real Estate Finance Program at the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business.

Michael C. Palmer We honor Michael Palmer as a sustaining member of the George Pepperdine Society. Michael serves on Pepperdine’s University Board and is the parent of law graduate Alexandra Palmer Brand (JD ’09). A certified public accountant, he founded Parks, Palmer, Turner & Yemenidjian, LLP, a leading accounting firm, and is now a managing partner and cofounder of the California Real Estate Regional Center. Michael has extensive experience in the finance, real estate, and hospitality industries. He sits on the boards of the University of Southern California's Marshall School and the Children’s Burn Foundation. At the Caruso School of Law, Michael has established the Michael C. Palmer Endowed Scholarship and supports the Ken Starr Excellence Fund and Pepperdine’s London Law Program.

Marilyn Puckett Established in 2009 by Marilyn Puckett and her late husband, Allen, the Allen and Marilyn Puckett Endowed Scholarship at the School of Public Policy provides meaningful support for our graduate students. Growing the scholarship with annual contributions, Marilyn continues to expand the Puckett legacy of service at Pepperdine. A pioneer aerospace engineer and Chairman Emeritus of Hughes Aircraf Company, Allen received the University’s highest award, an honorary doctorate of laws, in 1984. Marilyn and her son Jim (MBA ’12), a member of the School of Public Policy Board of Advisors, are dedicated University friends. We are pleased to extend our sincere gratitude to Marilyn for her enduring support.

Lisa Smith Wengler A native of Germany, Lisa Smith Wengler met with immediate success in real estate when she arrived in Malibu in the 1970s. Her engagement in Malibu civic life brought her into contact with former Pepperdine president and first lady Norvel and Helen (’39) Young, who inspired her to invest in the University. The most obvious evidence of her legacy at Pepperdine is the Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts, but she has also provided important support for eforts such as scholarships, the Boone Center for the Family, and the Sudreau Global Justice Program. A member of the University Board, Lisa’s generosity continues to strengthen and inspire our Pepperdine community.

Alice and Ken Starr Current residents of Waco, Texas, the Honorable Ken and Alice Starr have been consistent investors in Pepperdine. Former dean of the Caruso School of Law, Ken is an attorney with the Lanier Law Firm, a current member of the law school’s Board of Advisors, and a Fox News contributor. Alice is president and CEO of Starr Strategies Co., assisting nonprofits and startup businesses, and is active on advisory boards throughout the United States. The Starrs generously support the law school with gifs to the William H. Webster Chair in Dispute Resolution, the Ken Starr Excellence Fund, the London Law Program, the William French Smith Endowed Lecture series, and a recent Starr Endowed Scholarship.

14

ASCENDTOGETHER


FIRST 100 DAYS CAMPAIGN We are grateful for the alumni and friends who stepped forward to support President Jim Gash and his ambitious plans for the future of Pepperdine University.

$10 MILLION AND ABOVE Tina and Rick (JD ’83) Caruso

Nancy De Liban and Jacob Arias

Hiroko and Michael (’77) Bekins

Shelle and Mark Ensio

Martha (MBA ’01) and Faustino Bernadett

Darlene Fauber

The Bertha and John Garabedian Charitable Foundation

Thomas A. Fessler (JD ’83)

Tricia A. Bigelow (JD ’86)

$1 MILLION AND ABOVE

Frank Foster

The Ahmanson Foundation

Joline (’92) and Jim (JD ’93) Gash

Stephen P. Birch (MDR ’17, EdD ’18)

Raymond A. Hall (MBA ’19)

Rita and Dale (’64) Brown

Chavi Hertz

Kalli O’Malley and Terry Giles (JD ’74)

Michelle (JD ’89) and Mark (JD ’88) Hiepler

The Herbert V. Nootbaar Estate

The Hunter Keck Estate

Karen and Thomas (MBA ’77) Higgins

Sara (’74) and Sam (’75, EdD ’84) Jackson

Wally Jones (’64)

Blanche and Peter J. Johnson, Jr.

Carole and Danny Phillips Celeste and John Plueger Carolyn and Ted (’59, MBA ’75) Porter Jenny (’76) and Fred Ricker Chloe H. Ross (’62) Dee Anna (’86) and Hubie Smith Laure R. Sudreau (JD ’97) The Swiss Government

Kara and Brett Biggs

Betty L. Fouce

Paula and Edwin Biggers Audrey and Scott Blum Brenden Mann Foundation Beverly and Robert Buchanan Noelle and James Burkey Alida and Stevan Calvillo Julie and James Cardwell, Jr. Helen and Rock Chen Sherry R. and Frank W. (MBA ’78, EdD ’04) Cornell

Monica (’95) and Jefrey (’95) Bjork Stanley Black

Kim and Eric Kaufman

Kathleen and David (MS ’17) Blenko James G. Bohm (JD ’87) Pat Boone Lesa and Charles Branch Angela and Cary (’81, MBA ’98) Bren Lorraine (’60) and Jim (’57) Brinton

Janet Kerr (’75, JD ’78)

Anthony Cappelli

Julia (’86) and Robert Lando Deanne (’84) and John (’83) Lewis Ernest M. Maldonado (BSM ’76, MP ’80) Scott McCollum (’84)

Courtney and Paul Caron Jessica and Brent (JD ’98) Caslin Susana and Nachhattar Chandi Tonia and Thomas Clark

Sharon and Terry Mullin Kimberly and Michael Okabayashi Geofrey H. Palmer (JD ’75)

$100,000 AND ABOVE

Jean and David Bishop

Kathy and Lou Colombano The Council of Independent Colleges Faye and Joe Czyzyk

Michael C. Palmer Kristen and Timothy (’87) Phillips Marilyn Puckett Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Donna D. Darnell Lucia C. Dean Doug De Groote Cecilia and Jose (’85) De Souza

The Rose Hills Foundation

Amy and Danny DeWalt

Sarah Scaife Foundation

Amy (’98) and Chris (’98, MDiv ’02) Doran

Alice and Ken Starr

Marilyn K. Dubas (’66)

Anne and Gregory Thorson

Lora (’84) and Thomas (’83) Dubin

Judy and Jay Welker

Andrea Brule and Sydney Dzinoreva Nancy and William Easler

$10,000 AND ABOVE

Edison International

The Dale Laster Trust

Apria Healthcare

Lena and Vache Fermanian

Kathy (MA ’02) and Jon Danhakl

Lois and Don Bailey

Jordan R. Fish (JD ’17, MDR ’17)

Chana and Jerel (’99) Davis

Jo and Robert Barbera

Friends of Golf

Marlyn (’90, JD ’94) and Robert Day

Camelia and Nabil Barsoum

Kristin and Jack Fusco

Joan and Robert Cummins

Tracy and Philip Everist

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

15


First 100 Days Campaign continued

Lucy and Enrique Garcia

The Manning Family Foundation

Cary and Will (’84) Singleton

Joan Garner

The Margaret M. Squaires Estate

Lee and Larry Sisson

Jennifer O’Brien and George Gehrels

Alexander Maricich (’10)

Smith Christian Service Foundation

Genoa Healthcare LLC

Christina (’08) and Chad (’07) Martin

Lisa Smith Wengler

Robin and Ben Giefer

Patricia and Ef Martin

Sonya Weinfeld Charitable Fund

Kimberly and J. Stephen Gilbert

Tami and David Marvin

Anne and Carmelo Spinella

Inger and David Golob

Michele (JD ’97) and Brian Maryott

Maritza (’80) and Stephen Stewart

Maureen Grace

The Melamed Family

Alexia and Owen Stormo

The Graziadio Family

Chandra (’99, JD ’02) and Adam (’99) Melton

Sharon Tedesco

Tracey (’82, MA ’89) and Gary (JD ’80) Hanson

Lisa and Michael Meyer

Brian M. Thomason

The Harry Bronson and Edith R. Knapp Foundation

Dawn and Norm Miller

Karyl (JD ’96) and Darryl (JD ’95) Towell

Jennifer and Mark (MBA ’04) Miller

David Tuyo

Jolyn (’02) and Seth (’02) Haye

Virginia Milstead (JD ’04) and Zachary Miller

University Credit Union

Virginia and Lynn (MBA ’74) Hein

Susan and Robert (JD ’95) Ming

Rozanne and Deryck van Rensburg

Doris and Franklin Henderson

Loretta (’78) and John (’79) Monroe

Van Wagner Sports & Entertainment

Diana B. Hiatt-Michael

Amy and Vincent (MBA ’01) Monteparte

Kristin and Sean (JD ’93) Varner

Cherrie Moreno and Glenn Hilmer (’52)

John L. Moriarity

Jocelyn and Richard Vortmann

Connie (’82) and Tim Horton

Julie and Todd Murrah

Cathryn and Jef (MS ’16) Walling

Hugh & Hazel Darling Foundation

Ramona and Michael (’83) Nef

Cheryl and Michael Warder

Kylie R. Hughes (’11)

New Venture Fund

Billie Milam Weisman

Patricia and T. Kendall (MBA ’79) Hunt

Rosebud and Eddie (’66) Ngo

Maria and Alexander (JD ’05) Wheeler

Jahong Hur

Dana (’98) and Joshua (’98) Oder

Women In Film

James Inman

Jee Sung and Christian Oh (’02)

The Yamani Family Foundation

Gerald A. Isom

Annette and Joseph Oltmans

Katie and Nicholas (’88) Yonano

The J. Douglas and Marian R. Pardee Foundation

Kathy (MBA ’92) and Greg (’84) Outcalt

Kate (’07, JD ’11) and Tyler (MBA ’16) Zacharia

Alexander A. Palermo (’92)

Judy and Jim Zierick

Kristina (’01) and Clint James

Penta CARES Foundation

Judith D. Jenkins The John C. Hench Foundation

Lucy and Tim Perrin Heather and Phil (’88, JD ’92) Phillips

NEW PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES

Amber (’99) and Jeremy (’02, MBA ’04) Johnson

Richard C. Phillips (MBA ’87)

Kini (’90, MA ’92) and Keith (’90) Jorgensen

Ronald F. Phillips

Kai and Sinan Kanatsiz

James M. Albarano (’03)

Nancy and Jef (MBA ’83) Pippin

Marla and Kenneth (MBA ’85) Knas

Monique S. Arrington (MBA ’19)

Lela and James Porter

Charlene (JD ’91) and Kenneth (JD ’89) Koonce

Arin Babakhanian

Nancy and Walter Poser

Sandra N. Babakhanian (’99)

Mary and Lory (’80, JD ’83) Lallande

Agatha and J. Anthony (’93) Precourt

Donald Bailey, Sr.

Land of the Free Foundation

Michael B. Quigley (JD ’83)

Michael W. Baldridge (MBA ’90)

Sarah and Lewis Lee

Tracey and Erich Ramsey

Mandana Barahimi

Keri and Denny (’65) Lewis

Marie (’81) and Paul (’83) Reim

Barbara Barsocchini

Lewis A. Kingsley Foundation

Susan (EdD ’86) and Donald Rice

Molly S. Benson (MBA ’19)

Arlene and Myron Lieberman

Connie and Ken Robinson

A. Ronald Berryman (’62, MBA ’67)

Clara M. Lincoln (EdD ’90)

Joanna Roche (JD ’03)

Jacqueline Berryman

Kim and Don Lindley

Twanna (MBA ’77) and Tim (MBA ’77) Rogers

Jasmeet Bhullar (MA ’14)

Celeste (JD ’95) and Samuel (JD ’95) Liversidge

Negin Rostami (’00)

Brett Biggs

Emily and Sheldon Lodmer

Shelley and Steven Rothman

Jefrey E. Bjork (’95)

The Los Angeles Philanthropic Foundation

Linda and Tony (JD ’77) Rubin

Isaac R. Bongiovanni

Vivian and Victor Lu

San Diego Christian Foundation

Emily A. Bost-Baxter (’98)

Tammy and Scott (JD ’82) Mager

Christine and Robert (JD ’05) Simon

Harold L. Bostick (JD ’04)

16

ASCENDTOGETHER


Karen M. Boyd

Raymond A. Hall (MBA ’19)

Mojgan Melamed (’87)

Michael J. Busch (’90)

Lorena B. Hannel

Adam Melton (’99)

David W. Carr (’93)

Marc R. Hayashi (MBA ’19)

Chandra L. Melton (’99, JD ’02)

Nancy M. Casey

Keith Helm

Christopher R. Mendez (’11)

Annie M. Chambers (’19)

Glenn H. Hilmer (’52)

Jenny Mummert

Jefrey A. Cohen (JD ’90)

Sheila N. Himes

Kirk S. Nascimento

Gary L. Collins

Cassandra G. Horton (’14)

Dan L. Nathan (MBA ’19)

Teresa G. Collins

Brandon A. Huf

Michael C. Nef (’83)

Marco A. Cosentino (JD ’93, ’13)

Samuel K. Jackson (’75, EdD ’84)

Joseph Ng (’19)

William R. Cox (’73)

Sara Young Jackson ('74)

Nicole M. Nilos

Bradley Culbertson

Kristina M. James (’01)

Dana Oder (’98)

Joshua W. Cummins (’95)

Tanja Janfruechte

Aleen Ohanian (MBA ’19)

Kristen S. Cummins (’95)

Jason J. Jarvis (’95, JD ’03)

Aren Ohanian (MBA ’19)

Kathy A. Danhakl (MA ’02)

Ryan T. Joe (’12)

Nina Ohanian

Giuseppe E. Dardano

Christa Skates Johnson (’98)

Matthew Oldroyd

Richard L. Dawson (’70)

David M. Johnson (’92, MIB ’94)

Eric L. Ostgarden (MBA ’19)

Sandra K. Dawson (’69)

Eric S. Johnson (’00)

Lynn M. Owen (MBA ’19)

Robert A. Day

Sinan Kanatsiz

Leticia Padilla (MBA ’05)

Robert D. Deisher

Leah S. Karlov

Joy T. Pallan (MBA ’19)

Christine J. Delgado (’96, MBA ’03)

Jeanin Khanian (MBA ’19)

Beverly K. Pazuk

N. Craig Delgado (’96, MBA ’02)

Manivanh M. Khy (MS ’19)

Lucy L. Perrin

Jose De Souza (’85)

Laurie M. Klorman

Erich M. Ramsey

Darlene E. Dunn (’74)

Curtis P. Knabe (’93)

Glenn S. Randall

Robert M. Earl (MBA ’78)

Kimberly A. Knill (JD ’88)

Caye L. Randolph (’64)

Julie A. Conway Eggers (’85)

John R. Kouretas

James L. Randolph (’66)

Pamela A. Engelke (MBA ’89)

Julia K. Lando (’86)

Veronica M. Raulin (MS ’15)

Philip J. Everist

Robert Lando

James W. Regitz, Jr. (’84)

Tracy L. Everist

Courtney Lang (’95)

Joanna Roche

Amir Fathi

Lee Le Grande (’94)

Christopher Rodgerson

Ginger D. Faust

Kayla Lescure

Steve Rodriguez (’01, MA ’03)

Brenda J. Filippone

Russell F. Lesser

Jenny K. Romines

Pamela L. Finck

Edwin K. Li

Ronald J. Rough, Jr.

Robert S. Folsom

Assaf Samuel Liberant

Heather M. Rubsamen

Laura Galloway

Emily Liu

Behrang Sadeghi (MBA ’19)

Shreyas Gandhi (MBA ’98, EdD ’09)

Louise H. Lofquist

Judy Scates

Scotland T. Garapedian (’19)

Donald T. Maclay

Leslye J. Seghy

Cynthia M. Garrett

Dwayne MacTavish

Ann Marie Simpson

Joline M. Gash (’92)

Rebecca Malzahn

Rodger E. Skirvin (’71)

William Q. Gebeau, Jr. (’99)

Anthony P. Maniscalchi

Pamela D. Smith (’00)

George E. Gehrels

John A. Marian

Grant R. Specht (’83)

Agnes Gibson

Haroutioun Markarian (MBA ’19)

Carmelo Spinella

Ben Giefer

Chadwick A. Martin (’07)

Sandra Stewart-Bass (’69, MBA ’67)

Michael J. Giford (MBA ’19)

Chip McCaw (’95)

Eric D. Stoneburner (MBA ’19)

Nury J. Gomez (MBA ’12)

Scott McCollum (’84)

Derek Stoutland (’16, MS ’75)

Rudy Gonzales

Kelly McMicken-Javier (BSM ’19)

Judy Sturgis

Eric Graciano (’12)

Michael P. Medeiros (MBA ’19)

Kurt Sylvia

Alex Guiraud-Cointreau (MBA ’19)

Katayoon Melamed (’99)

Dennis W. Telfer, Jr.

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

17


First 100 Days Campaign continued

Jim E. Thigpen

Kelly M. Danker

Jeremy F. Palacio

Falguni B. Trieu (MBA ’19)

Christopher-James A. DeLorenz (’17)

Deborah C. Park

Lori L. Tusa (’92)

Matthew J. Dillon

Scotland G. Pierce

David Tuyo

Matthew Dingilian

Colburn Pittman

Cathryn S. Walling

Katelyn E. Dykhouse

Andrew L. Porth

Derek Wan

Joanna Edstrom

David C. Portillo

Luann Warren-Sohlberg

Ofiong Ekah

Malisa Prisarojn

Klee R. Watchous

Sophia G. Ellis

Alexandra L. Ramos

Bryan D. Welbaum

Lauren E. Elvick

James Richards

Sarah O’Hara Welbaum

Cayley B. Gosnell

Ruben E. Rojas

Colin C. Wellman (’97)

Ofir Hadari

Nona Sarkisyan

Stephen Wexler

Samir Hakim

Hannah Savaso

Brandon White (’03)

Monique N. Hampton

Dominic J. Scarangella

Danielle Winograd (BSM ’03, MBA ’19)

Ashley N. Hawkins (’17)

Andrew C. Schafer

Marilyn S. Wright (MA ’89, PsyD ’95)

Kevin B. Hawkins

Mark Seilhamer

Miranda T. Hernandez

Allen Sepanyan

STUDENT ASSOCIATES

Allison J. Hill

Moshe Shemtov

Nicole Hood

Sandeep Singh

Darren Adjei

Kimberly N. Horne

Meagan M. Smith (’17)

Alina Ahmed

Zackery L. Horton

Roxanne F. Swedelson

Tara Aleagha

Jamie Hulsey

Cyrus J. Tajer

Abdulrahman Alrikhaimi

Melissa Hurtado (’16)

Linh H. T. Tran

Ashley Amell

Mackenna Johnson

Benjamin J. Truax

John S. Anderson

Hanna L. Jolkovsky

Dylan S. Turcios

Brenna N. Arbuckle

Justin D. Kian

Rene E. Ucros

Nicholas W. Archibald

Christopher J. Kim

Allen H. Um (’13)

Gabriel Arredondo

Eunhea Kim

Rebecca L. Voth

Jasmin Arya

Rebecca Kim

Victoria H. Votino

Joseph R. Badagliacca

Lindsey C. Kirchhof

Jessie E. Waid

Iasia Beh

Karl R. Kleppe

Bryce M. Wallgard

Lilibet Behdadnia

Derek Kliewer

Geofrey K. West (’06)

Shelby D. Bennett

Melanie K. Lane

Weston Whitener

Jacob Bliss

Jennifer Lin

Steven J. Wickman

Adam J. W. Brandy

Peyton A. Lochead

Nyla Williams

Michael C. Briggs

Tatum M. Lowe

Ajeya I. Woods

Adam Brown

Cara M. MacDonald

Thurgood M. Wynn

Benjamin B. Caryan

Thomas MacEgan

David Yerkanyan

Gabriella M. Castro

Kee Seok Mah

Ora Zarnegar

Brynn E. Chase (’16)

Jonathan Maseng

Marielena Zelaya

John L. Chiappe

Nickan J. Mashhood

Cecilia Chung

Anne McCarthy

James T. Clark

Andrew S. McEwan

Caroline Clouse

Ellen L. McGraw

Jonathan D. Cohen

Cooper R. McHatton

Clayton Collier

Evan K. McNally

Elissa M. Crowder

Magdalena Camille Mena Pacheco

Katrina A. Cymerman

Nicholas T. C. Mullally

18

ASCENDTOGETHER


GEORGE PEPPERDINE SOCIETY Diamond Wave Society Platinum Wave Society Golden Wave Society Sterling Wave Society Silver Wave Society Crystal Wave Society Chancellor’s Circle Benefactors Circle

HERITAGE SOCIETY PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES Endowed Associates Life Associates Medallion Associates Members Circle

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

19


DIAMOND WAVE SOCIETY The Diamond Wave Society honors extraordinarily generous friends whose lifetime giving, either individually or through their foundations, exceeds $50 million.

Rick J. Caruso, JD ’83 

Tina Caruso 

Sharon Mullin 

Terry Mullin 

Blanche Ebert Seaver

20

ASCENDTOGETHER


PLATINUM WAVE SOCIETY The Platinum Wave Society honors generous, committed friends whose lifetime giving, either individually or through their foundations, exceeds $25 million.

ï‚­

John C. Tyler

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

21


GOLDEN WAVE SOCIETY The Golden Wave Society honors truly exceptional friends whose lifetime giving, either individually or through their foundations, exceeds $10 million.

The Adamson Family

Mary Lovernich

Carolyn L. Porter

Henry A. Braun

Mike Lovernich

Ted O. Porter, ’59, MBA ’75

Virginia B. Braun

Odell S. McConnell

Richard M. Scaife

Carl F. Braun Trust Estate

Elinor Nootbaar

Lisa Smith Wengler

John F. Drescher

Herbert V. Nootbaar

Laure R. Sudreau, JD ’97

George L. Graziadio

George C. Page

Flora Laney Thornton

Reva Graziadio

Geofrey H. Palmer, JD ’75

22

ASCENDTOGETHER


STERLING WAVE SOCIETY The Sterling Wave Society honors loyal friends of Pepperdine whose lifetime giving, either individually or through their foundations, exceeds $5 million.

Karla Ahmanson William H. Ahmanson The Ahmanson Foundation Arnold O. Beckman Mabel M. Beckman Edwin L. Biggers Paula J. Biggers Pat Boone Shirley Boone Muriel L. Cameron Brigitte Collazo Jose A. Collazo, MBA ’77

The Fletcher Jones Foundation Jerene C. Appleby Harnish Karen Ahmanson Hofman Wally Jones, ’64 Lilly Endowment Inc. Carl Nemethi Anne Palmer CoCo Peate Dan Peate

Leon H. Rockwell, MBA ’75 Margaret M. Rockwell Eduard Salathé Lottabelle Salathé Dorothy B. Straus Leonard H. Straus Luella Webb Ulrich W. M. Keck Foundation Weingart Foundation

Duane R. Roberts Kelly Roberts

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

23


SILVER WAVE SOCIETY The Silver Wave Society is composed of dedicated alumni and friends whose lifetime giving, either individually or through their foundations, exceeds $2.5 million.

Denise Beckstead

Rosalyn S. Heyman

Rosemary Raitt

Paul Beckstead

Glen A. Holden

Ralph M. Parsons Foundation

Burtie Bettingen

Gloria Ann Holden

Rosemary Rhodes-Ryjacek

Margaret Martin Brock

Hugh & Hazel Darling Foundation

Carol Richards

James L. Burkey

Fritz Huntsinger

Gary Richards

Noelle C. Burkey

Marianne Huntsinger

Charles Ryjacek

Eleanor Cabrera

The James Irvine Foundation

Gerald A. Sheppard

Harold Cabrera

Edward L. Johnson

Margaret A. Sheppard

Gloria Caruso

Joyce Johnson

Will Singleton, ’84

Henry J. Caruso

Gregg G. Juarez

Donald K. Skinner, MBA ’89

Edward G. Currivan

Lee Lawrence

Soraya Skinner

Mary Joslyn Currivan

W. E. “Larry” Lawrence

Maurice H. Stans

George Ellsworthe

Ef W. Martin

Albert Strauss

Russell H. Fischer

Patricia M. Martin

Angie E. Strauss

Daniel Forge

Nancy Mortensen

Frank James Vinci

Luciana Forge

William S. Mortensen

Marylyn M. Warren, ’58

Terry M. Giles, JD ’74

Kalli O’Malley

Neil Clark Warren, ’56

Diane Pregerson Glazer

Carrol J. Parris

Wood-Claeyssens Foundation

Guilford Glazer

R. Rex Parris

Hari N. Harilela

Carole A. Phillips

Padma Harilela

Danny Phillips

24

ASCENDTOGETHER


CRYSTAL WAVE SOCIETY The Crystal Wave Society is composed of loyal Pepperdine friends whose lifetime giving, either individually or through their foundations, exceeds $1 million.

Laszlo Ambrus

Antonio Cuneo

Jack Goodell

Milka Ambrus

Jane Cuneo

Janet Goodell

Americanism Educational Leaders

John G. Danhakl

Bart M. Hackley, Jr., MBA ’76

Angels Wings Foundation International, Inc.

Kathy A. Danhakl, MA ’02

Sally R. Hackley

The Ann Peppers Foundation

Jan Davidson

The Hearst Foundations

Jo Barbera

Robert M. Davidson

Jeannette F. Henkes

Robert J. Barbera

Joseph A. DeBell

Judd Henkes, Jr.

Joan Biggers

K. Duane Denney

Mark O. Hiepler, JD ’88

Joyce Black

Patricia Denney

Michelle Hiepler, JD ’89

Stanley Black

Edmond de Rothschild

Marcus D. Hiles, MBA ’92

Joanne S. Boggs

Kristine Dewey

Nancy S. Hiles

Jane Borrmann

Ray M. Dewey

David H. Huenergardt

Sheila K. Bost

Edward Di Loreto

Michael K. Huskins

Thomas G. Bost

Jill Di Loreto

Virginia Huskins

Brenden Mann Foundation

Katheryn Dockson

John M. Olin Foundation, Inc.

Dale Brown, ’64

Robert R. Dockson

John Staufer Charitable Trust

Rita F. Brown

Julia Donzis

Betty Jones

Bryn Mawr Land, LLC

Ione H. Douglas

Janet Kerr, ’75, JD ’78

BT Infonet

Eileen Eamer

Samuel P. Krown

Canfield Foundation

Richard K. Eamer

Lester Laing

Anthony Cappelli

Fred Edwards

Virginia Laing

Jacqueline L. Cappelli

Waltraud “Trudy” Blankenberg Edwards

Anita M. Landis, MA ’72

Cheryl M. Chadwick

Ilse Erpel

Robert B. Larson

William Chadwick

George A. Evans

Dale Laster

Elizabeth V. Christensen

Jerry Evans

Earl J. Leake, ’46

Scott A. Christensen

Farmers Group, Inc.

Margaret J. Leake

Church of Christ of Pacific Grove

Leonard K. Firestone

S. Charles Lee

Audene Conner

Marilyn Fletcher

Celeste J. L’Esperance-Plueger

Palmer Conner

W. L. Fletcher III

Albert Levinson

Conrad N. Hilton Foundation

Edwin D. Follick, MA ’57, MP ’77

Lilian Levinson

Carole Cook

Marilyn Follick

Deanne S. Lewis, ’84

Lodwrick M. Cook

George Foreman

John T. Lewis, ’83

Frank W. Cornell III, MBA ’78, EdD ’04

Mary Foreman

Charles Licata

Sherry R. Cornell

Theodore J. Forstmann

Rosemary Licata

Christos M. Cotsakos, MBA ’83

Carl Frahm

Muriel Lipsey

Tami Cotsakos

Shirley Reid Frahm

Shao Xi Liu

Cottontail Ranch Club, Inc.

Dirk I. Gates, MBA ’90

Clinton Wayne London

Jerry S. Cox

Tina A. Gates, MBA ’95

The Lucile Lamb Family

Kay Cox

Patricia Giles

Marjorie Main

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

25


Crystal Wave Society continued

Wilma Day Mallmann

William Ramirez

Leonard Starr

Irma Gregg McCollum

Raymond Q. and Elizabeth Armington Trust

Virda J. Stevens

Ross McCollum

Glenia Reafsnyder

William W. Stevens, Jr.

Daniel McFee

Peggy Reibold

Dorothy D. Stotsenberg

Dawn McFee

Richard Reibold

Edward G. Stotsenberg

Donna Meng

Frederick L. Ricker

Aubrey Earl Swif, MBA ’88

Waiva Micheletti

Jennifer A. Ricker, ’76

Terralynn Walters Swif

Estelle “Jo” Mitchell

B. Joseph Rokus, ’76

Libby Syna

Walter G. Mitchell

Tari F. Rokus, ’76

Augustus Tagliaferri, MBA ’74

Montgomery Street Foundation

The Rose Hills Foundation

Patricia Tagliaferri

Angelo Mozilo

Chloe H. Ross, ’62

Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation

Phyllis Mozilo

Roy E. Crummer Foundation

Jean Tong

Joseph U. Oswald

Amy Jo Runnels, ’00

Jef Ubben

Martha Palmer

Charles B. Runnels

Laurie H. Ubben

Charles R. Paul

Henry Salvatori

Donald R. Warren

Charles Payson

Annie Ye Sam

Billie Milam Weisman

Joan Whitney Payson

Grover Sam

Frederick R. Weisman

Sandi P. Peck

Sarah Scaife Foundation

Howard A. White

Gladys Pendleton

James Schroeder

Grifith J. Williams

Morris B. Pendleton

Kathy Schroeder

Ron Wilson

Edythe F. Pengilly

Frederick W. Schulte

Fred C. Wohlfarth

Joseph H. Pengilly

Betty Barton Shafer

Phyllis A. Wohlfarth

Pilgrim Foundation

Robert L. Shafer

Helen M. Young, ’39

John L. Plueger

Bui Simon, ’96

M. Norvel Young

Allen E. Puckett

William A. Simpson, Jr.

Wendie Young, ’85

Marilyn Puckett

Dee Anna Smith, ’86

Ziegfred Young, MS ’83, EdD ’88

John F. Purfield

Hubie Smith

Marjorie Rainey

Frances D. Smothers

DeAnna Ramirez

Joan Starr

26

ASCENDTOGETHER


?

CHANCELLOR’S CIRCLE The Chancellor’s Circle honors generous Pepperdine friends whose lifetime giving exceeds $500,000.

Jack M. Area III

Spencer Dennis

Michael Armand Hammer

Jacob E. Arias

Laura H. Dilts

Betty Hilton

Cherie Arkley

Milton Drucker

John R. Hilton

Robin P. Arkley II

Sally Drucker

Fred Hirsch

The Armand Hammer Foundation

John J. Duggan

Lucille W. Hirsch

Gay B. Banowsky

Betty Lou Dye

Bill Hogan

William Slater Banowsky, MA ’94

Wayne Dye

Inger Hogan

Gary W. Barker

George W. Elkins

Theresa Holland

Denise Beaman

Betty Emerson

Tom Holland

Robert Beaman

LisaKay Epstein

Provis B. Hopkins

John L. Bell

Bryant Essick

B. Wayne Hughes, Jr.

Eugene Benz, ’52

Lo Ree Ewing

Wendy Hughes

Molly Benz

Wayne Ewing

Rogene D. Humphrey

The Bertha and John Garabedian Charitable Foundation

Bernard M. Fauber

William T. Huston

Darlene Fauber

Gerald A. Isom

Eddy D. Field

Lucille Isom

Helen Field

Catherine Jafe

Charles Fiscus

Roger Jafe

Betty L. Fouce

Jef S. Jani, ’84

Frank L. Fouce, MBA ’72

Jill S. Jani, ’91

Lynn C. Fritz

Blanche Johnson

Tamara A. Fritz

Peter James Johnson, Jr.

Patsy Fulmer

Bernadine L. Kampe

Robert M. Fulmer

Constance Katzenstein

Craig B. Garner, JD ’95

Henry Katzenstein

Gerald J. Garner

Barbara Kaufman

Joan Garner

Elaine Keck

Natalya Garner

Hunter B. Keck, Jr.

Edward L. Gaylord

Lynn Shriner Kenyon

Gene Raymond Trust

Martha Delman Krug

George H. Mayr Foundation

Allan Kwong

Kenneth B. Gorelick

Peggy P. Kwong

Lyman Graham

Lewis A. Kingsley Foundation

Mary Jane Graham

Helen E. Lindhurst

Toni Grant

The Los Angeles Philanthropic Foundation

Beth Graziadio

William L. Lucas

G. Louis Graziadio III

Charles Luckman

Mary Lou Graziadio

Harriet Luckman

Peaches Guerrero

Mary Pickford Foundation

Jeanette Bidart Michael J. Bidart, JD ’74 Jack R. Blackwell, ’46 Jean Blackwell Beverly Buchanan Robert Buchanan Dorothy A. Button Alida Graziadio Calvillo Stevan R. Calvillo Charles M. Carpenter Chira Carpenter Pierre P. Claeyssens Clif Baker Testamentary Trusts Charles A. Cliford Kathleen Colombano Louis Colombano The Confidence Foundation Brad E. Cummings, ’88 Kelly C. Cummings, ’89 Joan M. Cummins Robert P. Cummins David Deland Nancy De Liban Joyce Dennis

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

27


Chancellor ’s Circle continued

Seiji Masuda

Vera Post

Alice M. Starr

Darlene McCormick

Eleanor Randall

Kenneth W. Starr

Donald McCormick

Jim Randall

Dolores C. Steinmeyer

Jean Barlow McCrady

George M. Rapier III

Hugo A. Steinmeyer

Dorothy McGregor

Kymberly A. Rapier

James E. Sykora

Michael A. McGregor

Audrey Z. Ray

Sheri Sykora

Marguerite Meagher

Russell L. Ray, Jr.

Helen Talbot

Gunnar W. E. Nicholson

Helen Hanges Reagan

Warren Talbot

Seniel Ostrow

Donald B. Rice

Allie Evans Tegner, ’47, MA ’68

Doug Pak

Susan F. Rice, EdD ’86

Olaf Tegner, ’43

Sherry Pak

Tim Rogers, MBA ’77

Glenna Trimble

Janice A. Pearson

Twanna M. Rogers, MBA ’77

Thomas Trimble

Robert D. Pearson, ’64

George H. Shellenberger

Virco Manufacturing Corporation

Nearene Pennington

Lee Shoop

Elvira Virtue

Vanis Pennington

Paul Shoop

Julian A. Virtue

Gene E. Phillips

Loyd C. Sigmon

Robert A. Virtue

Kristen Phillips

Marilyn D. Simpson

William E. Simon Foundation, Inc.

Roxanne R. Phillips

Diane Smethills

J. McDonald Williams

Timothy C. Phillips, ’87

Harold Smethills

Judy Williams

James F. Platler

Smith Richardson Foundation, Inc.

Cynthia Wright

Lyn Platler

Tod Snelgrove

James R. Porter

Arthur Spitzer

Lela M. Porter

The Stans Foundation

28

ASCENDTOGETHER


BENEFACTORS CIRCLE The Benefactors Circle honors Pepperdine friends whose lifetime giving exceeds $100,000.

Arthur Addis

Charles H. Barr, MBA ’75

Tove Boyajian

Al Ahmer

Laurel A. Barrack

Jeanne C. Brady

Gretchen Ahmer

Thomas J. Barrack, Jr.

Charles L. Branch, Jr.

Beth Ailes

David J. Barrett, JD ’91

Lesa W. Branch

Sandra L. Alderton

Katherine M. Barrett, ’85, MBA ’90

Brannan Family Foundation

Scott W. Alderton

Camelia K. Barsoum

Anne Marie Bredefeld

Gloria B. Alesso

Nabil Barsoum

Mitchell G. Bredefeld

John Alesso

Stephanie Beazley

Hal S. Brice

Ali H. Alireza, MBA ’86

William W. Beazley, MBA ’81

Joan August Brice

Audrie T. Allen

Claire Bechter

James A. Brinton, ’57

Maxy Pope Alles

Robert Beckman

Lorraine H. Brinton, ’60

James L. Allhands

Lottie V. Behrens

Kae L. Brockermeyer

Fereshteh Amin, EdD ’06

Michael Bekins, ’77

Kay B. Brockermeyer

Andersen Foundation

Cheryl Bemis

Shirley Brooke, JD ’76

Dale Anderson

Lawrence P. Bemis

John S. Broome

Dwight P. Anderson

Benjamin M. Bendat

Craig D. Brown

Lynne Anderson

Andrew K. Benton

Dorothy Brown

The Annenberg Foundation

Debby Benton

Jennifer Brown

Armand Arabian

A. Ronald Berryman, ’62, MBA ’67

Roger Brown

Nancy Arabian

Jacqueline Berryman

Vicki L. Brown

ARCS Foundation, Inc.

Adele Binder

Patricia White Bryant

Grace Arnold

Gordon Binder

Wendell Allen Bryant, ’55

Hasty Arnold, ’61, EdD ’85

Evelyn Brunet Blake, ’68

Benjamin D. Bullock, ’08

Farid Assemi

Audrey Blum

Mark Burnett

AT&T

Scott Blum

Edward Burr

Don M. Bailey, MBA ’86

Camille Boatwright

Tracy Burr

Linda R. Bailey

David Boatwright, JD ’81

Judith E. Butler

Royce Bair

Bert Boeckmann

Viggo Butler, MBA ’80

Kenneth D. Baldwin

Jane Boeckmann

Junmei Cai, MBA ’17

Margaret Baldwin

Boeing Company Charitable Trust

California Community Foundation

Dorina A. Ballin

James G. Bohm, JD ’87

Bruce N. Calvin, ’83

Fred A. Ballin

Donna G. Boose, ’55

Nancy Calvin

Banc of California

George J. Boose, ’56

Alice C. Campbell

Bank of America Corporation

Curtice Booth

Rita Ricardo Campbell

Susan Banowsky

Evelyn Booth, MA ’15

Robert C. Campbell

William S. Banowsky, Jr.

Doleen Borba

W. Glenn Campbell

Patte Barham

Burton Borman

Alexander Caplan

Mimo Baroian

Navabeh Borman

Terese Caplan

Yvette Baroian

Albert A. Boyajian

James A. Cardwell, Jr.

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

29


Benefactors Circle continued

Julie A. Cardwell

Bryan G. Crum, ’85

Robert E. Dudley, ’75

Rhonda Fleming Carlson

Karen A. Crum, ’86

Dorothy Dumke

Jereldeen Carruth

Jacqueline Cullen

Jan Duvall

Leroy Vance Carruth, ’59, MA ’61

Michael C. Cullen, BSM ’85

Kenneth M. Duvall

Hortense Carvin

Earl M. Cummings, MBA ’09

E. Nakamichi Foundation

D. Michael Cashin

The Curtis W. McGraw Foundation

Earl R. Eastman

Jana E. Cashin

Farima Czyzyk

Kimberley Eastman

George Chacopulos

Joseph Czyzyk

Alex Eddie

Patricia Chacopulos

Salma F. Dajani

Lola Eddie

Dannette M. Chambers

Ann Daniel

Edison International

Paul J. Chambers

Jamal Daniel, ’80

Sally Edwards

Lily Chan

Beryl Danielson

The Edwin W. Pauley Foundation

Robin Y. H. Chan

Walter G. Danielson

Herb Ehlers

Nachhattar Chandi

Donald W. Darnell

Mary Ehlers

Susana Chandi

Donna D. Darnell

Morteza Ejabat, MBA ’81

Lenore Chandler

Dorothy R. Darnell

Stephanie Ejabat

Helen Chen

David Davenport

Elbridge Stuart Foundation

Rock Chen

Sally Davenport

Barbara J. Ellena

Yi Cheng

Janet C. Davis

Gregory J. Ellena

Chevron Global Fund

Phillip A. Davis

David G. Elmore

Children’s Institute, Inc.

Stephen D. Davis

Donna F. Tuttle Elmore

George V. Chilingar

Marlyn Day, ’90, JD ’94

George M. Eltinge

Isabel K. Chissar

Robert Day

Mark A. Ensio

Claudio M. Chiuchiarelli

Luciana De Almeida Braga

Shelle Ensio

Joanette Chiuchiarelli

Luis A. De Almeida Braga

Ernst & Young Foundation

Doo W. Choi

Juanita L. Del Arroz

Charles R. Eskridge III, JD ’90

Belinda Chrysiliou

Manny Del Arroz

Monica Eskridge

Chrysilios Chrysiliou

Kimberly C. DeLorenz

Ethel G. Kennedy Trust

Peter M. Chung

Steven J. DeLorenz, JD ’86

Ewing Marion Kaufman Foundation

Stephanie Chung

Democracy Fund, Inc.

ExxonMobil Foundation

Florence I. Clare

Corwin D. Denney

Henrietta M. Fankhauser

Randy E. Clark, EdD ’05

Nanci Denney-Bergin

Duane L. Faw

Athalie R. Clarke

Marina F. De Planta

Lucile Faw

Jim Click, Jr.

Renaud F. De Planta

Serene Leavenworth Felt

Vicki Click

George Dobson

Benjamin W. Ferguson, ’98

Joseph Coors

Larry D. Dodge

Thomas A. Fessler, JD ’83

Bruce A. Corwin, MBA ’73

Sara P. Dodge

John G. Figueroa, MBA ’97

Doris Corwin

Amy A. Doran, ’98

Rebecca A. Figueroa, MA ’01

Countrywide Financial Corporation

Christopher D. Doran, ’98, MDiv ’02

Daphne Fineman

Vivian Kathleen Cox

Kenneth M. Doran

Marvin H. Fineman

Barbara J. Cramer

Roma Downey

FINRA Investor Education Foundation

Mark T. Cramer, JD ’98

David C. Drake, ’48

Geri Fiorello

William Cramer

Eloise Drake, ’47

Melanie P. Flamminio

Antonio Crisologo

Eric Dreizen

Richard A. Flamminio

Nieves Crisologo

Lora Noble Dubin, ’84

Emil P. Fleschner

Josephine Crocker

Thomas G. Dubin, ’83

Peggene A. Fleschner

Dennis P. Crowley

Debbie S. Dudley

The Fluor Foundation

30

ASCENDTOGETHER


..... •••••••

William P. Foley II

Raymond A. Hall, MBA ’19

Paul A. Hughes

George B. Forbes, ’55

Dru Hammer

Patricia Hunt

Marilyn Forbes

Warren D. Hancock, MBA ’74

T. Kendall Hunt, MBA ’79

Forest Lawn Foundation

Jared N. Hankins, ’01

Carl F. Huntsinger

David Foster

Natalie C. Hankins, ’01

Hydraflow, Inc.

Frank Foster

James M. Harger, MBA ’85

Indika Energy

Mabel Fouch

Lauren M. Harger

Jane M. Ingram

Elizabeth M. Frazee

Lynn K. Harling

John C. Ingram

Hank Frazee

Michael W. Harling

Institute for Free Enterprise Development

Friends of Golf

Aimee L. Harris

International Business Machines Corporation

Foster S. Friess

The Harry Bronson and Edith R. Knapp Foundation

Jane Jackson

Lynn E. Friess Fuller Theological Seminary Thrive Center Michele A. Fullmer Robert A. Fullmer Barry Garapedian Sharon Garapedian Enrique Garcia Lucy Garcia Jim Gash, JD ’93 Joline Gash, ’92 Geofrey Gee Robert L. Genillard Susan K. Giboney, ’62 David E. Gibson Patricia M. Gibson, ’71, MA ’74, MBA ’84 Robert Gilbert John E. Gilmore Betty Glass Walter R. Glass Doreen Goldberg Mark E. Goldberg The Good Ventures Foundation Douglas F. Gordon, ’59, MBA ’69 Rowena A. Gordon Holly Gores Thomas T. Gores Cary Grant Susan J. Gray William J. Gray, ’84 Guy P. Greenwald Alan Gross Rosalie Gummow Warren Gummow Mary Gunder Roger W. Gunder Vladimir Gusinski

Ione Harter

•'

••

Robert G. Jackson Samuel K. Jackson, ’75, EdD ’84

Paul Harter

Sara Young Jackson, ’74

Jolyn K. Haye, ’02 Seth A. Haye, ’02

The John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation

Lydia Hayne

Adrienne Johnson

George Hazenbush

Amy L. Johnson, ’90, MA ’13

Ronald R. Helm, JD ’76

Brett M. Johnson, MBA ’05

Doris Henderson

Barbara A. Jones, JD ’89

Franklin Henderson

Jane E. Jones

Brenda G. Henry

Mac Cameron Jones

Henry L. Guenther Foundation

Robert P. Jones

The Henry Luce Foundation, Inc.

Adrian Joseph

John C. Herklotz

Dianna Joseph

Chavi Hertz

Antoinette P. Joyce

Stephen R. Hewgley, ’78, MA ’02

Kevin P. Joyce, ’79

Josephine Hey

JSR Foundation

Diana B. Hiatt-Michael

Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Services

Leonard Hill

Woodrow W. Judkins, JD ’71

David Hiller

Julia B. Ellis Trust

Glenn Hilmer, ’52

Laurel Karabian

Hobart and Lottie Faulkner Foundation

Walter Karabian

James D. Hodgson

John D. Katch, ’60

Maria Hodgson

Linda Katch

Janet E. Holstrom

Loretta M. Katch, ’85

Robert W. Holstrom

Robert J. Katch, ’84, MBA ’91

Scott M. Honour, ’88

Eric Kaufman

Sara E. Hoover

Kim Kaufman

William R. Hoover

Gina Kemp, ’94

Caroline Hopkins, ’64, MA ’71

Jon Kemp, ’94, MBA ’07

Gail E. Hopkins, ’66, MA ’74

Thomas P. Kemp

June Houston

Kathleen Kennedy, ’80

HRL Laboratories, LLC

The Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation

George H. Hubert

Sallie J. Kerpan

Kelly Ann Hubert

Stephen J. Kerpan, MBA ’77

Kylie R. Hughes, ’11

Karen Khaleghi

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

31


Benefactors Circle continued

Morteza Khaleghi

Charles Don Lindley

Martha S. McClain

Albert Khatchatourian

Kimberly J. Lindley

R. James McClain

John B. Kilroy, Sr.

Art Linkletter

Scott McCollum, ’84

Nelly Llanos Kilroy

Lois Linkletter

Glen McDaniel

Frieda King

Living Legacy Foundation

Marilyn McDaniel

Robert W. King, ’39

Frederick Llewellyn

Beverly McDonald

Mark A. Kirk

Lockheed Martin Corporation Foundation

Gary L. McDonald

Robin E. Kirk

Kelly L. Loefler

Callie D. McGrath

Gladys Q. Knapp

The Lon V. Smith Foundation

Anne Mead

Kenneth L. Knas, MBA ’85

Victor Lu

Orval Mead

Marla Beth Knas

Vivian Lu

Robert E. Meadows, ’83

Brent R. Knudsen

Elisabet K. Lucas

Sandra Meadows

Kathryn K. Knudsen

Thomas A. Lucas, MBA ’83

Doris Mendenhall

Beverly Koonce

Wes W. Lucas

Ferdinand Mendenhall

K. Terry Koonce

Lin Luo

Ellen F. Mercier, MPP ’11

The Kresge Foundation

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation

Celia A. Merritt, ’76

Nancy Krieble

Eileen MacDonald

Floyd I. Merritt, MBA ’75

Robert H. Krieble

William L. MacDonald

Brian A. Mertz

Carole Krist

C. Richard MacNair

Susan Mertz

Ronald D. Krist

Carla MacNair

Inna Mikhov

Diana Kuan

Kimber L. Maderazzo, MBA ’10

Steve Mikhov, BSM ’99, JD ’02

Michael C. Kuan

Scott A. Mager, JD ’82

Nicole Mikles

Julia Kwan

Tammy Mager

Todd Mikles

M. Lawrence Lallande, Sr., ’80, JD ’83

Frank N. Magill

Carl P. Miller

Charles Wai Yan Lam

Maude Magruder

Jennifer R. Miller

Marianne M. Lam

Ernest M. Maldonado, BSM ’76, MP ’80

Mark J. Miller, MBA ’04

Carl J. Lambert, ’78

Ted Mann

Ruth Miller

Julia Lando, ’86

Dana G. Manning

William J. Minick III, JD ’85

Robert Lando

Harold J. Manning, JD ’92

John F. Monroe, ’79

Becky S. Lanier

Alan Marcus

Loretta T. Monroe, ’78

W. Mark Lanier

Marian and Pinkus Happ Fund

E. Chadwick Mooney

Alexis Lasiter

Marisla Foundation

Susan E. Mooney

Paul Lasiter, ’88, MBA ’05

Christopher Marshall, MBA ’89

Dorothy “Dot” Moore

Marianna Latsis

Frank Marshall

Geofrey T. Moore

Laura and John Arnold Foundation

Leigh Ann Marshall

Lucie H. Moore

Henry S. Lawson

David Marvin

Ann W. Morales

Marcia H. Lawson

Tami Marvin

Cherrie Moreno

Stephen C. Lehman

Thomas Marxen

Emerson Morgan

Suzanne Lehman, MA ’95

Victoria Marxen

John L. Moriarity

William E. Leonhard

Brian Maryott

Maria Moriarity

Wyllis Leonhard

Michele Maryott, JD ’97

Velma V. Morrison

Dennis S. Lewis, ’65

Kent R. Matranga

M. E. “Mimi” Morton

Frances K. Lewis

Lisa K. Matranga

David A. Mount, MBA ’80

Keri Lewis

Allan C. Mayer, Jr.

Sheri Mount

Eric Lieber

Debra W. Mayer

George Mourkidou

Peggy Lieber

Raymond L. McCalister, Sr.

Sotiria Mourkidou

Clara M. Lincoln, EdD ’90

Evelyn Mitchell McCarthy

Freda Fenton Murphy, ’48

32

ASCENDTOGETHER


Jerri Nagelberg

Patrons of Pepperdine

Alfred Raisters, MBA ’73

Steven Nagelberg

Elizabeth A. Paul

Arsjad Rasjid, ’93

Charlotte R. Nahigan, ’50

Jerry N. Paul

Raytheon Company

Edward A. Nahigan, ’48

Paul A. Lewis Trust

Martha F. Reed

Brett J. Nelson, ’92

Aileen Pauley

Travis E. Reed

Grant S. Nelson

Sean Payton

Diane E. Reilly, ’58

Judith A. Nelson

Delmar Pebley

Marie E. Reim, ’81

Karen Neumann

Nina Pebley

Paul H. Reim, ’83

Christine Newman

Christina Peeples

Elva Respess

Richard G. Newman

Craig A. Peeples

Henry C. Respess

Eddie Ngo, ’66

Margaret Pelland

Beatrice L. Restifo

Rosebud Ngo

Philip G. Pelland

Jacquelyn Rettberg, ’59

Martha Norman

James J. Peterson

John R. Rettberg, ’59

John L. Notter

Joyce Peterson

Barbara Reynolds

Martha A. Nunez

Jamie Phillips

Glenn Reynolds

Gary Oakland

Mildred Phillips

Clarence L. Richmond

Melissa Oakland

Ronald F. Phillips

Valle H. Richmond

Occidental Petroleum Corporation

Julie Pierce

Barbara Rippee

Dana M. Oder, ’98

Mitchell D. Pierce

Earl F. Rippee, MBA ’81

Joshua K. Oder, ’98

Clarence H. Piper

Rockwell Collins

Kimberly Okabayashi

John Pirozzi

Hugh Rose, MBA ’82

Michael T. Okabayashi

Lewana Pirozzi

Mary A. Rose

Brenda Olson

Harvey E. Pittluck

Kenneth A. Ross, Jr., ’47

Janice E. Olson

Holly Pittluck

Verna M. Royes

Rodney D. Olson

Annette Plotkin

Huili Ruan

Stephen E. Olson, MBA ’73

Ronald Plotkin

Linda Rubin

Annette E. Oltmans

Lucille P. Polley

Tony Rubin, JD ’77

Joseph O. Oltmans II

Gary Polson

G. Tyler Runnels, ’78, MBA ’80

John F. O’Neal

Susan Polson

Jasmine Niklas Runnels, ’78

Merilyn O’Neal, MS ’81

Josie Pond

Alan J. Ruud

Izora Openshaw

Robert Pond

Chantil F. Ruud, ’93

Jerry A. Orefice

Nancy Poser

Christopher A. Ruud, ’93

Karen G. Orefice

Walter Poser

Susan B. Ruud

Lisa Osborne

Agatha Precourt

Dianne E. Saber

Michael J. Osborne

J. Anthony Precourt, Jr., ’93

Paul T. Saber

Oscar G. & Elsa S. Mayer Family Foundation

Helen Price

Fred Sands

Gregory M. Outcalt, ’84

Sol Price

Claudia B. Sangster, ’76

Kathleen A. Outcalt, MBA ’92

Price Family Foundation

Saveri & Saveri, Inc.

Esther Louise Overfield

Howard Privett

Stephen L. Sax

James Thomas Overfield

QueensCare

Joseph J. Schirripa

Alexander A. Palermo, ’92

Armond M. Quimby

Evander D. Schley

Michael C. Palmer

Terry Quimby

Judith G. Schley

Hoyt S. Pardee

Scott H. Racine, JD ’78

John W. Schmid

J. Douglas Pardee

Wendy Racine

Nina Schmid

Marianne R. Pardee

Thomas Radnoti

Bonny L. Schumacher

Jamie Parsley-Honour

Bette Rainer

George C. Schumacher

Pasadena Art Club

Warren Rainer

Searle Freedom Trust

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

33


Benefactors Circle continued

Christopher T. Seaver

Joanna Sudwikatmono

Myra Ward

Peggy Seaver

David R. Sugden, ’98, JD ’01

Cheryl Warder

Security Pacific Foundation

Marni A. Sugden, ’98

Michael Warder

Harry T. Shafer

Mozelle Sukut

Wishnu Wardhana, ’93

Ruth Shafer

Myron C. Sukut, MBA ’85

Ron Wareham

Hamid Shafipour

Sandra L. Sully, MBA ’81

Susan Wareham

Howard Shao, MBA ’83

Cheryl Swanson

Carl D. Washington

Joyce Shao

William H. Swanson

Robin Washington, MBA ’95

Donald Shelley

Allen G. Tatkin

Alton C. Watson

Shenandoah Foundation

Leatrice Tatkin

Cathie Watson

Sam Siam

Thomas R. Teague

James S. Watt

Shekofeh Siam

Sharon A. Tedesco

Kathleen M. Watt, ’81

Sidney Stern Memorial Trust

Viola Teeple

Liwei Waugh

Donald R. Sime, ’49, MA ’51

TF Educational Foundation

William R. Waugh

Pat Hawes Sime, ’51

The Thatcher Foundation

Janet H. Weber

Kurt W. Simon

Bonnie B. Thomas

Joel N. Weber

Denise Slattery

George E. Thomas

Joseph A. Weber

Michael Slattery

The Thomas W. Smith Foundation

Margaret J. Weber

Helen L. Slocum

Brian M. Thomason

Charles W. Webster, Jr.

Small Business Action Committee

Dennis Thompson

Karin S. Webster

Cynthia G. Smith, ’72

Sharon Thompson

Edward W. Wedbush

Dan C. Smith, BSM ’74

The Tom and Valley Knudsen Foundation

Jean L. Wedbush

Janet C. Smith, ’56

Melissa D. Tonn

Allyson F. Weinberg

Malcolm E. Smith

Marta B. Tooma

Denny Weinberg

Southern California Gas Company

Tom S. Tooma

Jane Weintraub

Alex G. Spanos

Barbara L. Townsend

Jerry Weintraub

Faye Spanos

T. Brook Townsend

Douglas Weitman

Lola Spare

Garnet Tragerman

Ellen L. Weitman

Jefrey C. Sprecher, MBA ’84

Harold Tragerman

Wells Fargo & Company

Harold Squaires

Janie Tsao

Westcoast Sports Associates, Inc.

Margaret Athon Squaires, ’58

Victor Y. Tsao, MBA ’86

Richard J. Weyhrich, MBA ’76

Brad A. Starkey, ’88

Agnes Tsuchiyama

Carol A. Whalin, ’61

Patricia S. Starkey, ’87, MBA ’93

Gerald H. Turpanjian

The Wickes Foundation

Beverly Staufer

Patricia Turpanjian

Antoinette Salathé Wiking

Arthur J. Stegall, Jr.

Unocal Foundation

Gary L. Wilcox

Stephens Foundation Trust

Linda J. Van Daele

Susan Wilcox

Donald T. Sterling

Michael B. Van Daele

William H. Williams III

Shelly Sterling

Helen Vanderwall

Rosemary Willson

Eva S. Stern

Verizon Foundation

The Winnick Family Foundation

Marc I. Stern

The Vinnell Foundation

Barry L. Wolfe

Maritza Stewart, ’80

Volvo Cars of North America, LLC

Mireille Wolfe

Stephen M. Stewart

Robert L. Walker, ’66

Eric S. Wolford, ’88

Cheryl Stibel

Carol A. Wallace

Jennifer L. Wolford, ’88

Jef M. Stibel

Robert M. Wallace

Charles K. Wolhaupter, ’79

Dee Stickney

Zhong Wang

Susan C. Wolhaupter

Henry E. Stickney

Beti Ward

Emmett J. Woodward, Jr., ’76

Agus L. Sudwikatmono, ’93

Lew O. Ward

Florence Woodward

34

ASCENDTOGETHER


Gary H. Worth Monica Worth Nile E. Yearwood Gary C. Yomantas, MBA ’81 Patti L. Yomantas Kyoon Yoon J. B. Youngblood The Zenon C. R. Hansen Foundation, Inc. Norma Zimdahl

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

35


HERITAGE SOCIETY The Heritage Society embraces friends who have made planned gifts to Pepperdine University.

Mary L. Adams, MA ’89

Paula J. Biggers

Cathleen M. Clement, ’68

Michael F. Adams

Carol A. Bigham

Cynthia S. Colburn

Judy A. Ahl, MBA ’07

W. Harold Bigham

Lorilyn D. Colleran, MBA ’96

Gloria B. Alesso

Christina K. Bjornstedt, MA ’83

Lodwrick M. Cook

George A. Armington

Stanley Black

Douglas Corbin, ’74

Linda E. Armington

Pamela J. Bogdanovic, ’66

Victoria Corbin

Steven E. Armington

Peter P. Bogdanovic

Mary Corum

Sheri L. Assael

Pat Boone

William R. Corum

Donald L. Aston, ’61

Sheila K. Bost

Jerry S. Cox

Jeanette R. Aston, ’64

Thomas G. Bost

Kay Cox

J. Scott Bailey, MBA ’87

Sheila Bostater

Winifred F. Cross, ’46, MA ’76

Ralph E. Baisden, Jr., MA ’78

Christine Boucher

Jacqueline Cullen

Allison R. Ballard, ’93

Raymond P. Boucher, JD ’84

Michael C. Cullen, ’85

Brent P. Ballard

Val D. Brunelle

Duane E. Dannecker

Gay B. Banowsky

William J. Brunkhardt, ’93

Patricia A. Dannecker

Josephine Barbera

James S. Buchanan

Sandra L. Davidson, BSM ’82, MS ’93

Robert J. Barbera

Jan L. Bufa

Janet C. Davis

Jim E. Barnes, MBA ’73

Ron Bujarski

Stephen D. Davis

Joyce A. Barnes

George Buonaccorsi

Richard L. Dawson, ’70

Bob Barrett

Vicki J. Buonaccorsi, ’68

Sandra K. Dawson, ’69

Diane M. Barrett

Kathy A. Burleson

Lucia C. Dean

Betty L. Basford

Roy E. Burleson, ’65

Laurie H. Delson

Harry J. Basford, ’67

Asako Caldwell

Steven E. Delson

Pamela A. Bass

Thomas F. Caldwell, JD ’05, MBA ’05

Wally K. de Palacios

Roger E. Bass

Mark Cameron

Louis J. Dezseran, Jr., ’02

Denise M. Beaman

Alan D. Campbell, ’62

Joseph A. Diodati, MBA ’81

Robert P. Beaman

Linda F. Campbell

Noreen M. Diodati

Stephanie Beazley

Rod Campbell

Martha Doran

William W. Beazley, MBA ’81

Sandra Campbell

Elvira R. Dowling, ’60

Chester “Chet” O. Beiler, ’87

Anthony Cappelli

Eric Dreizen

Sharon L. Beiler

Roland O. Capuli, MBA ’82

Sally Drucker

Christopher J. Bennett, ’98

Chira Carpenter

Daniel W. Eason, MBA ’96

Andrew K. Benton

Rick J. Caruso, JD ’83

Heather Eason

Debby S. Benton

Tina Caruso

Peggy Eastman

Lisa C. Bergstedt, ’85, MBA ’90

Margaret F. Cash

Richard P. Eastman, MBA ’79

Randall S. Bergstedt, ’89, MBA ’15

Angela J. Cheves, ’92, MA ’93

Angela Edwards

A. Ronald Berryman, ’62, MBA ’67

Brad E. Cheves, JD ’91

Brian C. Ehlers, ’81

Jacqueline Berryman

David M. Christy

Jerry Evans

Edwin L. Biggers

Jennifer E. Christy, ’00

Lo Ree Ewing

36

ASCENDTOGETHER


Ron Exum

Ashley W. Hanscom, ’98

Charles L. Johnson, ’65, MA ’72

Avery Falkner

Kenneth W. Hanscom, ’97

Janice E. Johnson

Pat S. Falkner

Gary A. Hanson, JD ’80

Karon Johnson

Darlene Fauber

Tracey Hanson, ’82, MA ’89

Kenneth R. Johnson

Christina J. Fellers, MA ’01

Jim M. Harger, MBA ’85

Ruth N. Johnson

Peter Fern

Lauren M. Harger

Andrea L. Jones

Susan Fern

Jerry D. Harvey

Barbara L. Jones

Daphne Fineman

Joe N. Hawkins

John M. Jones

Marvin Fineman

Jolyn Haye, ’02

Michael N. Jones

Geri Fiorello

Seth Haye, ’02

Stanley E. Jones

Melanie P. Flamminio

Susan Hayes

Wallace B. Jones, ’64

Richard A. Flamminio

William C. Hayes

Jack Josefowicz

Charlayne J. Fliege, ’91, MS ’97

Doris Henderson

Dianna Joseph

Stewart E. Fliege

Franklin Henderson

Judi Jurkowski

Diana Folkerts

Bill E. Henegar

Robert J. Jurkowski

Michael A. Folkerts

James A. Hensley, MBA ’92

John D. Katch, ’60

Edwin D. Follick, MA ’57, MP ’77

Elaine L. Hente

Linda D. Katch

Marilyn Follick

Martin J. Hente, MS ’88

Lee B. Kats

Jennifer C. Fralick

Rosalyn S. Heyman

Betty Keck

Anne E. Frashier

Diana B. Hiatt-Michael

Dan Keck

J. B. Fulmer

Karen Higgins

Elizabeth K. Kemp

Patsy Fulmer

Thomas E. Higgins, MBA ’77

Jonathan A. Kemp

Robert M. Fulmer

Glenn H. Hilmer, ’52

Christopher J. Kent

Dirk I. Gates, MBA ’90

Elizabeth M. Hinkle

Patricia J. Kent

Tina A. Gates, MBA ’95

S. Keith Hinkle, JD ’97

Sallie J. Kerpan

Gordon Gee, MBA ’95

Ernest K. Ho, MBA ’77

Janet E. Kerr, ’75, JD ’78

Peter L. Getzof

Fidelia W. Ho

Paul K. Kincaid

Susan K. Giboney, ’62

Inger S. Hogan

Barbara J. Kindred

Patricia M. Giles

David Holden

Douglas L. Kindred, ’59

Terry M. Giles, JD ’94

Glen A. Holden

Noel E. Kirby, Jr.

Betty F. Glass

Thomas Holland

Vickie S. Kirby

Walter R. Glass

Bob Holmes

Peter F. Klein

Inge Goericke-Bunn

Caroline L. Hopkins, ’64, MA ’71

Linda Kodman

Carol R. Goldstick

Gail E. Hopkins, ’66, MA ’74

Rod Kodman

Gerson H. Goldstick, MBA ’74

Carol G. Hornbaker

Dena Krown

Kenneth Green, MA ’77, MBA ’83

Lawrence D. Hornbaker, MBA ’76, EdD ’86

Lawrence Krown

Jill E. Groves

Dwayne Hunnicutt

Lorraine Krown

Kevin S. Groves

Gerald D. Hunnicutt

Richard Krown

Ted Grussing, JD ’74

Loretta Hunnicutt, ’92, MA ’94

Betsy Kuhn

Hei Soon Haan

Mary Ann Hunnicutt

Edward C. Kuhn

John H. Haan

Jane M. Ingram

Joan K. Kuhn

Bart M. Hackley, Jr., MBA ’76

Gerald A. Isom

Hiram Kwan

Sally R. Hackley

Heidi M. Jaeger

Catherine D. Kyker, MA ’88

Candida Haddad

Jef S. Jani, ’84

Stanley R. Kyker

Ann K. Hagen

Jill S. Jani, ’91

Joyce Lacey

Stefanie Hager

Emily A. Jarvis, ’97

Larry E. Lacey

Jasmine M. Hale, JD ’02

Jason J. Jarvis, ’95, JD ’03

James V. Lacy, JD ’78

LaDonna L. Hanover

Calvin E. Johnson

Janice Lacy

Robert N. Hanover, MBA ’90

Cathy L. Johnson

Eileen A. Lagana

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

37


Heritage Society continued

Samuel C. Lagana, MBA ’17

Glenda McCarty

Craig D. Norris

Matt Landford

Darlene McCormick

Heather J. Norris

Kimberley M. Lanford, MBA ’99

Darlene F. McCormick, ’91

Fay N. Norwood

Evelyn S. Larkins

Patrick McCormick

Cheryl Hill Oakes

Gene H. Larkins

Jean McCrady

Daniel B. O’Connell, JD ’90

Gary Larson

Millison McCurry

Heather M. Olsen

JoAnne Larson

Spencer L. McCurry, MBA ’75

Karl E. Olsen

Lynn Larson

Daniel McFee

Kalli O’Malley

William G. Larson

Dawn McFee

Mike E. O’Neal

Alexis Lasiter

John R. McKnight

Nancy L. O’Neal

Paul Lasiter, ’88, MBA ’05

Lesley McKnight

George A. Osterhaus, ’53

Lonnie E. Laster

Kathy McPherson

Joseph U. Oswald

Pamela Laster

Thomas R. McPherson

Arthur R. Ott, Jr., ’78

Penelope D. Lawless, MBA ’84

Glen O. Mead

David E. Padberg

Lovie W. Lee, MA ’76

Kimberly A. Mead

Nancy Padberg, MBA ’03

Emily Lemley, ’67, MA ’74

Joan E. Mencel, BSM ’88

Katia Palacios-Kuhn

Steven S. Lemley, ’66, MA ’70

Michael J. Menichetti, BSM ’04, MBA ’07

Donald R. Paradine

Joy Leonard

M. Jane Merdian, JD ’90

Joyce A. Paradine

Robert G. Leonard

John Michael

Jane Peabody

Wyllis Leonhard

Leslee A. Michaels

Mark J. Peckham

Rex H. Levi, ’85, MA ’05

Jon P. Miller, MBA ’83

Susan L. Peckham

Deanne S. Lewis, ’84

Michael Miller

Christina Peeples

John T. Lewis, ’83

Shirley Miller

Craig A. Peeples

Rosemary Licata

Cindy L. Miller-Perrin

Robin Perrin, ’81

Al Lindquist

Kim S. Millman, JD ’07

Pamela H. Peterson, MS ’05

James B. Lindsey

Mary C. Monsma, MA ’92

Dawn R. Pettersen, ’88

Joan A. Lindsey

Gwendolyn Moore, ’74

Kristen Phillips

Gordon T. Lloyd

James C. Moore III, ’67, MBA ’77

Linda Phillips

John A. Lockett, ’00

Sharyn S. Moore, ’67

Ronald F. Phillips

Kelly L. Loefler

Cherrie Moreno

Timothy C. Phillips, ’87

Esther L. Long

John L. Moriarity

William B. Phillips

James K. Long

William S. Mortensen

Betsy Pinney

Paul A. Long, ’80

Sharon Mullin

John Pirozzi

Wanda M. Long

Terry Mullin

Lewana Pirozzi

Peggy Lui, ’89

Mark A. Mushkin, ’87

J. Charles Plumb

Nancy N. Lux

Rebecca Mushkin

Susan R. Plumb, ’80

Robert R. Lux

Margo C. Neal

Curt A. Portzel, ’92

Todd M. Lytel

Grant S. Nelson

Leanne Portzel

Wendy J. Lytel, MIB ’93

Judith A. Nelson

Kaye C. Price-Hawkins, ’86

Updeshwar J. Maharaj, MBA ’03

Giuseppe Nespoli II, ’04, MS ’17

Frank E. Raab

Betty J. Mann

Minda M. Nespoli, ’06

Sally Raab

Alan Marcus

Karen Neumann

Arthur Rahmani, MBA ’76

Darlene Mason-Lockett

Christina L. Newland

Sonia Randazzo

Albert J. Mayer III

Daniel L. Noel

Caye L. Randolph, ’64

Margaret Mary Mayer

Cathy J. Nolan

James L. Randolph, ’66

Raymond L. McCalister, Sr.

Eric Nolan

Brian Rankin

Darlene F. McCallum, ’96

Martha T. Norman

Audrey Z. Ray

38

ASCENDTOGETHER


Russell L. Ray, Jr.

Paula L. Skinner

Debra L. Warren, ’76

E. Ray Rayburn

Soraya Skinner

Julia A. Waters, ’80

Maurice E. Reece

Robert G. Smith

Kenneth E. Waters, ’72, MA ’74, MA ’77

Jon K. Reed, ’86, MA ’93, MDiv ’02

Lisa Smith Wengler

Dee Dee Watson

Rebecca S. Reed, MA ’91

John J. Smyth

John G. Watson, ’72, MA ’75

Margaret M. Reibold

Phyllis Smyth

M. J. Wemheuer

Cynthia R. Reichelderfer

Patricia A. Sparks, BSM ’07

Robert F. Wemheuer, MA ’75, EdD ’79

Diane E. Reilly, ’58

Jefrey C. Sprecher, ’84

Morten Wengler

Marilyn L. Reilly, ’56

Lani-Minh Starkey, JD ’98

Gary L. Wilcox

Beatrice L. Restifo

Roger D. Steele, ’88, MS ’90

Susan M. Wilcox

Jacquelyn Rettberg, ’59

Sharon L. Steele, ’90

Paul T. Wilkes, ’91

John R. Rettberg, ’59

Jim Stein

Helen Wilson

Donald B. Rice

Pamela J. Stein, MBA ’02

Jerry H. Wilson, JD ’68

Susan F. Rice, EdD ’86

Gerald M. Stone

Lois Wilson

Carol Richards

Clayton J. Stott, MDR ’96

Joel C. Wittenberg

Gary S. Richards

Patricia A. Stromberg, MA ’76

Sharon E. Wittenberg

Mihea M. Roberts

James R. Swaniger, MA ’96

Ella G. Womack

B. Joseph Rokus, ’76

Maria Swann

Richard Womack, ’79

Tari F. Rokus, ’76

Mary R. Swanson

Merrie M. Wood

Robert T. Rose, ’76

Wayne C. Swanson, ’73

R. Ronald Wood, ’61, MA ’63

Susan Rose

Sheri Sykora

Mary S. Woolcock

Barbara A. Rowe

Mara L. Taylor, MA ’03, MA ’06

Cynthia Wright

Jack L. Rowe

Lynn Theriault, MS ’06

Marilyn Wright, MA ’89

Karin Runge

Carol L. Thomas

William D. Wright

Amy Jo Runnels, ’00

Nona J. Thomas, ’74

Betty K. C. Yeow, ’65

Gloria J. Ryan

Peachy P. Thomas, ’60

Thomas J. Zahniser, MS ’99

Charles Ryjacek

Roger S. Thomas

James Zierick

Judy E. Salomon

Brian M. Thomason

Judy Zierick

Peter A. Salomon

Fern Y. Thompson, ’67

Veronica A. Zofchak, MS ’87

Claudia B. Sangster, ’76

Frances C. Thomson

Michael Zubkof

Sherry L. Scanza

John E. Thomson, ’77

June Schanbacher-Lindquist

Helen C. Thurston

Nancy H. Schanz

Kendall Thurston

Stephen J. Schanz, JD ’79

Averi Torres

William S. Banowsky, MA ’94

LaVern Schenkelberg

Dennis A. Torres, MDR ’02

K. Duane Denney

Michael F. Schlueter, MA ’77

Garnet Tragerman

Lola A. Eddie

James Schroeder

Antionette S. Underwood, BSM ’00

Gloria A. Holden

Kathy Schroeder

Neil R. Vannoy, MIB ’03

John F. McManus

Margaret A. Sheppard

Simone Vannoy

Pamela McManus

James R. Shinholser, MBA ’82

Richard O. Wahlgren

Anne Mead

James R. Shippey

Dale B. Walker

Orval Mead

Sandra L. Shippey

Janet M. Walker, MBA ’81

Patricia H. Sime, ’51

Anne K. Wallace

Gloria F. Sirotnak, MS ’76

Cheryl L. Warder

John J. Skelly, ’56

Michael Y. Warder

Norma Skelly

Aleta Warren

Donald K. Skinner, MBA ’89

David Warren

IN MEMORIAM

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

39


ENDOWED ASSOCIATES Over the years, our loyal Endowed Associates provided one-time gifts of $50,000 to build a strong living endowment—one that today is the permanent anchor for the annual Pepperdine Associates organization.

Mary E. Acklin

Scott M. Honour, ’88

Mrs. Garnet Rainey

Michael F. Adams

William R. Hoover

Martha F. Reed

James C. Allen

Anthony B. Joseph

Travis E. Reed

Franklin G. Berlin

Walter J. Karabian

Harry C. Reizner

Marguerite A. Berti

Constance Katzenstein

Earl F. Rippee, MBA ’81

Richard A. Berti

Henry Katzenstein

Amy Jo Runnels, ’00

Thomas G. Bost

Gasparas Kazlauskas

Charles B. Runnels

Virginia B. Braun

Barney Klinger, MBA ’76

Eduard Salathé

James A. Brinton, ’57

Tetsunori Kunimune

George C. Schumacher

John S. Broome

W. E. “Larry” Lawrence

Mrs. Frank Roger Seaver

Lily Chan

Robert R. Lux

Fred Segal

Robin Y. H. Chan

Robert Vincent Lyle III, JD ’04

George H. Shellenberger

Michael Y. F. Chau

Marcie B. Mason

Dan C. Smith, BSM ’74

Athalie R. Clarke

Evelyn Mitchell McCarthy

Arthur Spitzer

Donald W. Crocker

John R. McClain

Augustus Tagliaferri, MBA ’74

David Davenport

R. James McClain

Thaddeus Libby Up de Graf, Jr.

Richard C. David, MBA ’75

Odell S. McConnell

Tom Van Weelden

Patsy Dewey

Katherine M. McKay

Robert M. Wallace

Steven R. Dewey

Robert Mouawad

Kathleen M. Watt, ’81

Royce Diener

Eddie Ngo, ’66

Howard A. White

Mrs. George A. Evans

Robert S. Norman

Richard E. Winter

Serene Leavenworth Felt

Marika O’Dell

Eddy D. Field

Samuel Oschin

Helen Field

Oscar C. Palmer, Sr.

Edward L. Gaylord

Hoyt S. Pardee

Robert L. Genillard

Mrs. George Pepperdine

Armand Hammer

Jerry Perenchio

Natalie C. Hankins, ’01

Julie Pierce

Hari N. Harilela

Mitchell D. Pierce

40

ASCENDTOGETHER


LIFE ASSOCIATES We consider it a privilege to honor our generous Life Associates, whose one-time gifts of $25,000 were the bedrock of what has become a growing, thriving Pepperdine Associates organization.

Mary L. Adams, MA ’89

Rhonda Fleming Carlson

Darlene Fauber

Robert A. Alexander

Rick J. Caruso, JD ’83

Marvin H. Fineman

Ahmad B. K. Al-Saud, JD ’88

Tina Caruso

Edwin D. Follick, MA ’57, MP ’77

Wallis Annenberg

Carol A. Chase

George B. Forbes, ’55

Sally D. Archer

Susan Saga Chen

David A. Foster

William F. Austin

Su Nan Cheng

Jean-Pierre Fourcade

Eric P. Bachelor

George V. Chilingar

Elizabeth M. Frazee

W. David Baird

Gary W. Cobb

Hank Frazee

Brian J. Baker, ’80

R. Ken Coit, MBA ’81

Suzanne B. Freyer, JD ’02

Stacy Baker-Kofoed

Louis Colombano

Robert A. Fullmer

James P. Baldwin

Lodwrick M. Cook

Constance M. Fulmer

Robert J. Barbera

Jefrey M. Copans, ’82

Mario Gabelli

Mimo Baroian

Christos M. Cotsakos, MBA ’83

John Galasso

Nabil Barsoum

Antonio A. Crisologo

Lenny Galasso

Siegfried G. Bart

Rick L. Cupp, ’83

Craig Boyd Garner, JD ’95

William W. Beazley, MBA ’81

Mike Curb

Joan G. Garner

Robert L. Beck

Ann Daniel

Susan K. Giboney, ’62

Alan H. Bennett

Jamal Daniel, ’80

Ruby J. Gillman

Paul F. Bennett

Walter E. Danley, Jr. MBA ’79

Joseph M. Girard, MBA ’76

Andrew K. Benton

Robert M. Davidson

John D. Gottfurcht

Lisa Cappelli Bergstedt, ’85, MBA ’90

Gail M. Deering, MA ’90

G. Louis Graziadio III

A. Ronald Berryman, ’62, MBA ’67

Joyce Dennis

Mary Lou Graziadio

Thomas Berwald

Brian S. Dexheimer, MBA ’91

Christine A. Grimm, ’90

Edwin L. Biggers

Warren M. Dillard

D. Keith Grossman, MBA ’92

W. Harold Bigham

Eric E. Di Loreto, MBA ’84

Kathleen Grubb

Marsha Bohnett

Joseph E. Di Loreto

Joseph A. Guglielmo

Sheila K. Bost

Louis W. Drobnick, MBA ’91

Bart M. Hackley, Jr., MBA ’76

David E. Brant

Robert E. Dudley, ’75

Jerry M. Haleva

Bert Brewer

Thomas J. Dudley

Linda Lee Hall

Hosea E. Brown

Deon Dunaway

Michael T. Hall, MBA ’72

Henry D. Bullock

Earl R. Eastman

Gary A. Hanson, JD ’80

Larry G. Bumgardner

Morteza Ejabat, MBA ’81

John T. Hastings, Jr.

Viggo Butler, MBA ’80

John R. Elliott

Yuichi Hataya

Harry M. Caldwell, JD ’76

Dean R. Ellis, ’91, MBA ’98

Robert E. Hebert, MBA ’81

Alida Calvillo

David G. Elmore

Kevin J. Heneghan

Rod Campbell

Cynthia M. Englert

W. J. Herisko

Peggy Cannon

Thomas P. Englert

Mrs. Norman B. Herman

Thomas G. Cannon

R. Wayne Estes

Thomas E. Higgins, MBA ’77

Anthony Cappelli

William D. Evans, JD ’78

Aaron Hodgdon, ’90

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

41


Life Associates continued

Glen A. Holden

Enid Lieber

Doreen S. Oleson, MS ’86, EdD ’91

Geannie Holden-Sheller

Howard C. Lim, MBA ’77

Stephen E. Olson, MBA ’73

Georgianne Holden-Stone, ’78, MS ’87

Clara M. Lincoln, EdD ’90

Mike E. O’Neal

Robert W. P. Holstrom

Ian R. Linde

Nancy L. O’Neal

Lawrence D. Hornbaker, MBA ’76, EdD ’86

Linda A. Livingstone

Jerry A. Orefice

Anthony D. Horton, ’74

Roger A. Lockwood

David M. Osborne, ’05

Gerald D. Hunnicutt

Jim Long

Greg M. Outcalt, ’84

Mary Ann Hunt-Jacobsen, ’88

David Lowry

C. James Padgett

James P. Hunter III, MBA ’79

L. Randolph Lowry, ’74, MA ’77

Michael C. Palmer

Gerald A. Isom

Richardson R. Lynn

Carrol J. Parris

Connie R. James

Stanley K. Mann

Jerry Neil Paul

Jef S. Jani, ’84

Daniel W. Martin

Robert C. Paull

Jill S. Jani, ’91

Ef W. Martin

Sandi S. Peck

James J. Jensen, ’84

Seiji Masuda

Kenneth E. Peterson

Amy Johnson, ’90, MA ’13

Alexander K. Matranga, ’09

Robert L. Pfann

Kenneth R. Johnson

Kent R. Matranga

Danny Phillips

Duke Jones

Lisa K. Matranga

Richard C. Phillips, MBA ’87

Anne M. Joseph

Meredith K. Matranga, ’13

Ronald F. Phillips

Steeve T. S. Kay, MBA ’83

Raymond McCalister, Sr.

Timothy C. Phillips, ’87

George E. Keiter

J. E. “Jim” McDonald

Jef Pippin, MBA ’83

David E. Kenney, JD ’82

Keith R. McFarland, ’77, MBA ’81

C. Douglas Plank, ’83

Janet E. Kerr, ’75, JD ’78

James D. McGinley, JD ’91

Robert G. Popovich, JD ’89

Dean A. Kewish, JD ’81

James M. McGoldrick, Jr., ’66

James R. Porter

Essam M. Khashoggi

David Mehl

Hal Provin

Sarah Kim

Erika Meinhardt

Frank E. Raab

Robin E. Kirk

Angela E. Michael

Richard K. Rainey

Linda Newlin Kittelsen, ’87

William H. Millard

James H. Randall

Kenneth L. Knas, MBA ’85

Marilyn B. Misch, ’83

Linda M. Reichert

Brent R. Knudsen

Marnie Duke Mitze

Myron M. Reichert

Kathryn Knudsen

Brian J. Moats, ’96

Susan F. Rice, EdD ’86

K. Terry Koonce

John F. Monroe, ’79

Frederick L. Ricker

Wayne S. Kreger, JD ’91

Gary L. Moore, MBA ’88, EdD ’05

Jennifer A. Ricker, ’76

Vichai Krisdathanont

James C. Moore III, ’67, MBA ’77

Kelly Roberts

Allan Kwong

Sharyn S. Moore, ’67

B. Joseph Rokus, ’76

Ka Kui Kwong

Kenneth G. Mosbey

Tari F. Rokus, ’76

Mr. Charles Wai Yan Lam

Carol A. Mullen

Duke Runnels

Ann Lambert, ’78

Michael G. Mullen

G. Tyler Runnels, ’78, MBA ’80

Carl J. Lambert, ’78

Terry Mullin

Ginger Runnels, ’75

Ronald Lau

David H. Murdock

Jasmine Niklas Runnels, ’78

Mahnaz A. Lee

Patrick L. Murphy, ’74

Alan J. Ruud

Stephen C. Lehman

Jacques Gaston Murray

Susan B. Ruud-Stover

Steven S. Lemley, ’66, MA ’70

Mina Nelson

Hiroyuki Saito

Rex H. Levi, ’85, MA ’05

Sylvia Rindge Adamson Neville

Claudia B. Sangster, ’76

Deanne S. Lewis, ’84

Kerry O’Brien

Shelley R. Saxer, ’80

John T. Lewis, ’83

S. Christian Oh, ’02

Mark S. Scarberry

Eric F. C. Li

Michael T. Okabayashi

Evander D. Schley

Daniel Lieber

Anthony O’Keefe

Kelly M. Schwartz

42

ASCENDTOGETHER


Christopher T. Seaver

Margaret J. Weber

Arnold Seidel

Andrew T. Weigel, ’87

Margaret A. Sheppard

Larry L. Westfall

Sam Siam

James R. Wilburn, MBA ’82

Shekofeh Siam

Grifith J. Williams

Stephen R. Silk

Kent P. Williamson

Bruce S. Simon, JD ’76

John F. Wilson

Shelly S. Singhal, ’89

L. Claudette Wilson

Larry Smead, MBA ’80

Larry M. Wurth, BSM ’70

Cynthia G. Smith, ’72

Jere E. Yates

Lisa Smith Wengler

Timothy A. Young

Sonia Sorrell

Mahmoud Zarekeivan

Sam Spinello Kathi J. Staford Brad A. Starkey, ’88 Kenneth W. Starr Danielle F. Steel William W. Stevens, Jr. Stephen M. Stewart Dorothy B. Straus Wayne L. Strom Martomihardjo Sudomo Myron C. Sukut, MBA ’85 Siva Suresh William H. Swanson Terralynn Walters Swif J. Gary Tallman Tom R. Teague George E. Thomas Martha M. Thomas, MA ’80 William B. Towers Glenna K. Trimble Thomas J. Trimble John K. Trotter, Jr. Henry Tsai Felix H. Tseng, ’85, MBA ’89 Wayne C. Twedell Jackie Tyler-Davies Mark E. Unicume Alan J. Utter Charlene Ngo Vizcarra, ’88 Leslie K. Waggoner, ’11 Bert E. Wahlen Bill L. Walters Jacqueline A. Walters Rick Watson Aaron C. Watts, MDR ’06, JD ’06

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

43


MEDALLION ASSOCIATES The Medallion Associates represent a distinguished level of friends whose yearly support helps to ensure student success. President’s Medallion Associates contribute minimum annual gifs of $50,000; Dean’s Medallion Associates, $25,000; Platinum Medallion Associates, $10,000; Gold Medallion Associates, $5,000; and Silver Medallion Associates, $2,500. PRESIDENT’S MEDALLION

Joan M. Cummins

Geofrey H. Palmer, JD ’75

Robert P. Cummins

R. Rex Parris

Ziyad S. Abduljawad, ’87

Kathy A. Danhakl, MA ’02

Carolyn L. Porter

William H. Ahmanson

Nancy De Liban

Theodore O. Porter, ’59, MBA ’75

Jacob E. Arias

Marina F. De Planta

Marilyn Puckett

Phillip M. Bardack

Renaud F. De Planta

James H. Randall

Edwin L. Biggers

Roma Downey

Kenneth J. Robinson

Paula J. Biggers

Chavi Hertz

Kenneth M. Shumard

Stanley Black

Mark O. Hiepler, JD ’88

Larry W. Sisson

Christopher Bollinger

Michelle Hiepler, JD ’89

Harold R. Smethills

Evelyn E. Booth, MA ’15

Glenn H. Hilmer, ’52

Carmello J. Spinella

Dale A. Brown, ’64

Kylie R. Hughes, ’11

Dorothy B. Straus

Jenna M. Burkey, ’08, MBA ’10, MA ’13

Peter J. Johnson, Jr.

Laure R. Sudreau, JD ’97

Noelle C. Burkey

Wallace B. Jones, ’64

Victor Tsao, MBA ’86

Mark Burnett

Clara M. Lincoln, EdD ’90

Bulent H. Verdi

James A. Cardwell, Jr.

Kimberly J. Lindley

Marylyn Warren, ’58

Rick J. Caruso, JD ’83

Steve B. Mikhov, BSM ’99, JD ’02

Jay S. Welker

Tina Caruso

Eddie Ngo, ’66

Judy L. Welker

Frank W. Cornell III, MBA ’78, EdD ’04

Gary Oakland

DEAN’S MEDALLION

Beth Graziadio

James R. Porter

G. Louis Graziadio III

Walter L. Poser

Dale C. Anderson

Raymond A. Hall, MBA ’19

J. Anthony Precourt, Jr., ’93

Robert J. Barbera

Diana B. Hiatt-Michael

Tim Rogers, MBA ’77

Michael J. Bidart, JD ’74

Gerald A. Isom

Twanna M. Rogers, MBA ’77

Brett Biggs

Jonathan T. Kemp, ’94, MBA ’07

Steven Rothman

Jefrey E. Bjork, ’95

Janet E. Kerr, ’75, JD ’78

Christopher A. Ruud, ’93

Jonathan B. Bridges

Deanne S. Lewis, ’84

Robert T. Simon, JD ’05

Junmei Cai, MBA ’17

Dennis S. Lewis, ’65

Richard L. Stack

Sal Cimbolo

John T. Lewis, ’83

Jef M. Stibel

Louis Colombano

Scott A. Mager, JD ’82

Sharon A. Tedesco

Mark T. Cramer, JD ’98

Katayoon Melamed, ’99

Mark Windfeld-Hansen

Steven J. DeLorenz, JD ’86

Mojgan M. Melamed, ’87

James Zierick

Shelle Ensio

Michael C. Palmer

Judy Zierick

Betty L. Fouce

Roxanne Phillips

44

ASCENDTOGETHER


PLATINUM MEDALLION

Ben Giefer

Richard C. Phillips, MBA ’87

Terry M. Giles, JD ’74

Ronald F. Phillips

David G. Adishian, ’94

Maureen Grace

Timothy C. Phillips, ’87

Steven V. Angarella, JD ’85

Jolyn K. Haye, ’02

John L. Plueger

James S. Azadian, JD ’01

Seth A. Haye, ’02

Gary Polson

Sandra N. Babakhanian, ’99

Kolin B. Holladay

Michael Quigley, JD ’83

Donald Bailey, Sr.

Paul A. Hughes

Erich M. Ramsey

Michael Bekins, ’77

Kristina M. Janes, ’01

Diane E. Reilly, ’58

Mary M. Bernadett, MBA ’01

Judith D. Jenkins

John M. Renfro

James G. Bohm, JD ’87

Jefrey M. Johnson, ’91

Mark L. Reuss

Michael M. Boone

Jeremy L. Johnson, ’02

Susan F. Rice, EdD ’86

David B. Blenko, ’17

Herbert Kai

Frederick L. Ricker

Sheila K. Bost

Sinan Kanatsiz

Joanna Roche, ’03

Thomas G. Bost

Stephen N. Kirnon, MBA ’89, EdD ’08

L. Anthony Rubin, JD ’77

Raymond P. Boucher, JD ’84

Kenneth L. Knas, MBA ’85

Joseph J. Schirripa

Charles L. Branch, Jr.

M. Lawrence Lallande, Sr., ’80, JD ’83

Hamid Shafipour

Cary D. Bren, ’81, MBA ’98

Lewis C. Lee

Bui Simon, ’96

James A. Brinton, ’57

Myron A. Lieberman

Cicely D. Simpson, JD ’01

Lorraine H. Brinton, ’60

Thomas A. Lucas, MBA ’83

Michael J. Slattery

Kathy L. Cameron

Ernest M. Maldonado, BSM ’76, MP ’80

Dee Anna Smith, ’86

Scotty D. Cameron

Alexander M. Maricich, ’10

William W. Stevens, Jr.

Brent Caslin, JD ’98

Ef W. Martin

Stephen M. Stewart

Jose A. Collazo, MBA ’77

Michele L. Maryott, JD ’97

David R. Sugden, ’98, JD ’01

Jefrey G. Davis, JD ’94

William R. McBride

Darryl E. Towell, JD ’95

Lucia Carpenter Dean

Scott McCollum, ’84

Karyl L. Towell, JD ’96

Edward J. Dease III

John S. McKee

Lesli A. Turner, ’92

Doug De Groote

Virginia F. Milstead, JD ’04

David Tuyo

Jose De Souza, ’85

Robert D. Ming, JD ’95

Sean S. Varner, JD ’93

Marilyn K. Dubas, ’66

John L. Moriarity

Robert L. Walker, MA ’66

Howard Dubin

Dana M. Oder, ’98

Carol Wallace

Charles R. Eskridge III, JD ’90

Joshua K. Oder, ’98

John T. Wanninger

Thomas A. Fessler, JD ’83

S. Christian Oh, ’02

Michael Y. Warder

Jordan R. Fish, JD ’17, MDR ’17

Michael T. Okabayashi

Alexander R. Wheeler, JD ’05

Melanie Flamminio

Stephen E. Olson, ’73

Jack L. White II, JD ’03

Shreyas Gandhi, MBA, ’98, EdD ’09

Annette E. Oltmans

Cheryl A. Wicker

Barry Garapedian

Joseph O. Oltmans II

Barry L. Wolfe

Enrique Garcia

Greg M. Outcalt, ’84

Nicholas D. Yonano, ’88

Lucy Garcia

Kathleen A. Outcalt, MBA ’92

Kate S. Zacharia, ’07

Joan G. Garner

Danny Phillips

Lauren S. Zielinski

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

45


Medallion Associates continued

GOLD MEDALLION

Michael E. Feltner

John F. Monroe, ’79

David M. Ferguson

Vincent J. Monteparte, MBA ’01

Yolanda Aguerrebere, MS ’83, EdD ’09

Paul E. Franklin, ’83

Nicole K. Neily, MPP ’06

Fereshteh Amin, EdD ’06

Shreyas Gandhi, MBA ’98, EdD ’09

Leticia Padilla, ’05

Gerard J. Arpey

J. Stephen Gilbert

Nishan O. Partamian

Kathryn Avery, ’89

Kimberly A. Gilbert

Beverly K. Pazuk

Cindy U. Ayloush, BSM ’80, MBA ’13

Stephen N. Hackett, ’80

Donald R. Philbin, Jr., JD ’87, LLM ’07

Dean Baim

Greg K. Hafif, JD ’90

Darren D. Pitts, MBA ’95

Brian J. Baker, ’80

Zachary Hafner, ’00

Claudia B. Preston

David J. Barrett, JD ’91

Robert L. Hammett

Morgan H. Rector

Charles A. Bassett, BSM ’03, MBA ’11

Chad G. Hardcastle, ’01

Mary Alice Reed

George G. Birt

Gregory A. Hayes, MBA ’82

Jacquelyn Rettberg, ’59

Greg D. Bonifield

Christine L. Head

John R. Rettberg, ’59

Mark V. Bowles, MS ’96

Lori D. Hefelfinger, MS ’97

Kevin C. Richardson, JD ’82

Francis C. Brady

Randolph K. Herndon, Jr., ’09

Sean M. Rooney, ’05

Anne Marie Bredefeld

Glen A. Holden

Amy Jo Runnels, ’00

Mitch Bredefeld

Connie B. Horton, ’82

Jason E. Russell, JD ’97

James B. Bristol, ’87

Tina M. Ito

Samuel D. Schmidt, ’86, MBA ’87

Alf O. Britting, Jr., MBA ’80

Mitchell R. Jensen, JD ’82

Stephen J. Seiber, ’84

Matthew G. Broms, ’92

Ryan T. Joe, ’14

Howard I. Shao, MBA ’83

Sarah A. Brown

Christa K. Skates Johnson, ’98

Laura T. Sharpe, ’18

J. Scott Buie

Charlene C. Koonce, JD ’91

C. Blaine Shull

Viggo Butler, MBA ’80

Kenneth T. Koonce, Jr., JD ’89

James M. Smith, ’08, ’11

Paul L. Caron

Julia K. Lando, ’86

David W. Souther

Nancy M. Casey

Robert Lando

Sandra L. Sully, MBA ’81

T. Randolph Catanese, JD ’83

Bernice L. Ledbetter, EdD ’05

Brian M. Thomason

Otto P. Cipolla, Jr., JD ’83

Jong Lee

Keith A. Tobias

Frank W. Cornell III, MBA ’78, EdD ’04

Darrell Levonian

Araceli R. Vargas, MS ’89

Clark J. Cowan, ’77

Celeste E. Liversidge, JD ’95

Jean M. Walker, ’95

Joanne Cowan

Samuel G. Liversidge, JD ’95

Faye Shirlene Watson

Jerry S. Cox

Barbara Straus Lodge, JD ’86

Gabe A. Watson

Joseph A. Czyzyk

Sheldon I. Lodmer

Janet H. Weber

Donna D. Darnell

Sarah R. MacDonald, ’10, ’13

Joel N. Weber

Susan E. Dawson, ’85

John H. Maidlow

Ellen Weitman

Jennifer R. Day, ’96

Ernest Maldonado, BSM ’76, MP ’80

Geofrey S. Wells, ’85

Babette J. Donaldson

Lindi D. Marco

Stephen Wexler

Amy A. Doran, ’98

Chadwick A. Martin, ’07

Timothy M. Willis

Christopher D. Doran, ’98, MDiv ’02

Tisha E. McDonald, ’97

Ziegred G. Young, MS ’83, EdD ’88

Keith D. Dorsey, MBA ’13

Chandra L. Melton, ’99, JD ’02

Steven Zhou, ’15, MA ’17

Linda V. Dorsey, MS ’15

Daniel A. Melton, ’99

Lora Noble Dubin, ’84

Robert T. Mendez

Thomas G. Dubin, ’83

Lisa Halteman Meyer

Nancy N. Easler

Thomas J. Mielke

Christopher W. Elliott, ’06

Victoria A. Mielke

Mark A. Ensio

Robert J. Mills, JD ’91

Philip J. Everist

Steve Milovich, MBA ’99

Tracy L. Everist

Amir A. Mohamadzadeh, ’11

46

ASCENDTOGETHER


SILVER MEDALLION

Rick L. Cupp, ’83

Susan E. Helm

Janet C. Davis

Louise M. Hilby

Jennifer T. Adams

Mark W. Davis

S. Keith Hinkle, JD ’97

Terry J. Adamson

Stephen Davis

Robert C. Hirtensteiner

Matthew Allnatt

Christine J. Delgado, ’96, MBA ’03

Jay S. Hofman

Ismail Amin, JD ’03

N. C. Delgado, ’96, MBA ’02

Zna Houston, ’84, JD ’87

David L. Anawalt

Lauren A. Desai, ’10, MA ’12

Scot Hutton, BSM ’11, MBA ’12

Bogdan U. Andriychenko, MBA ’04

Daniel J. DeWalt

Ronald L. Iden

Cassandra L. Andriychenko, ’02

James J. Di Cesare, JD ’73

Greer E. Illingworth, JD ’10

Edmund V. Aversenti, Jr., ’81

Michael D. DiPrima, ’04

Sara Young Jackson, ’74

Kimberly S. Barkis

Jennifer C. Dorsey, JD ’97

Martine A. Jago

Christopher D. Bauman, ’03, MBA ’09

Louis W. Drobnick, MBA ’91

Sean D. Jasso, MBA ’00

Mark D. Baute

Darlene E. Dunn, ’74

Kevin Jenkins, ’89

Shelley A. Bayer

Kenneth M. Duvall

Christa K. Skates Johnson, ’98

Jefrey T. Belton, JD ’05

Aaron C. Echols, JD ’10, MBA ’10

Eric S. Johnson, ’00

G. Beverly Bergmann, ’80

Craig R. Everett

Johnny K. Johnson

André Birotte, Jr., JD ’91

Wilbur C. Faulk

Kini K. Jorgensen, ’90, ’92

H. F. Boeckmann II

Laura A. Fehlbaum, ’10

Loretta M. Katch, ’85

Gregory J. Bonann

Ann E. Feyerherm

Robert J. Katch, ’84, MBA ’91

Pat Boone

John G. Figueroa, MBA ’97

Brenda Kitchen

Jefrey S. Boyd, JD ’91

Pamela L. Finck

Douglas W. Kmiec

Selina K. Brandt, JD ’92

Glenn D. Forcucci, JD ’83

Curtis P. Knabe, ’93

Eli Broad

Karl D. Forster

Matthew K. Knabe, ’96

Janice Rogers Brown

Sally A. Forster

Kimberly A. Knill, JD ’88

Marguerite L. Brown

Zeke O. Fortenberry, JD ’07

Kent D. Krabill, JD ’05

Stephanie C. Buckley

Sylvia R. Franson, ’87

Thomas J. Kraf

Michael J. Busch, ’90

Kelsey D. Gamradt, ’95

Jefrey L. Krivis

Allen F. Camp, JD ’82

Seth C. Gamradt, ’96

Brittney M. Lane Kubisch, JD ’12

Wanda J. Cannon

Jim Gash, JD ’93

Renee Kumetz

Alex J. Caruso, JD ’17

Stacy E. Gavin

Samuel C. Lagana, MBA ’17

Seth H. Casden, ’96

Catherine S. Gebauer

Marcia H. Lawson

Doris Cassan

George E. Gehrels

Curtis Leister

Seth C. Catanese, ’16, MBA ’16

David E. Gibson

Kimber L. Maderazzo, MBA ’10

Jefrey S. Chance

Patricia M. Gibson, ’71, MA ’74, MBA ’84

Farzin Madjidi, MBA ’88, EdD ’91

Nachhattar S. Chandi

Rick M. Gibson, MBA ’09

Michael R. Magasin

Grace V. Chang, JD ’97

Benjamin P. Giford, JD ’11

Gary L. Mangiofico

Mark W. S. Chun

Christine C. Goodman

Anastasia Mann

Amy R. Clark

Lois D. Gordon

Jerry Marcil

Robert Clark, MBA ’79

Thomas T. Gores

Michael W. Marion

Robert F. Cochran, Jr.

Maureen Grace

Karen L. Martin

Roy C. Cofee III, JD ’92

Kathleen M. Grave, MBA ’01

Christopher V. Martinez

Raymond H. Collier

Robert Grayeli, ’01

Anna M. Matteucci, ’85

Gary L. Collins

Ashley W. Hanscom, ’98

Jennifer G. McGoldrick, ’67

Frank W. Cornell III, MBA ’78, EdD ’04

Kenneth W. Hanscom, ’97

Tami McKelvy

Sheryl R. Covey

Patrick Hardie, ’81

Claudette S. McLinn, MS ’83, EdD ’06

Jesse A. Cripps, Jr., ’97, JD ’02

Nazareth M. Haysbert

Anja M. McLouth, ’09

Jennifer L. Crossland, ’04

Lynn A. Hein, MBA ’74

Matthew J. Midura, ’97, MA ’05

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

••••••• ••••••• ••

47


Medallion Associates continued

Jay A. Milbrandt, MBA ’07, JD ’08

Shelley Rothman

Brandon B. White, ’03

Mark J. Miller, MBA ’04

Jennifer Groninger Rough, JD ’99

Bruce B. White

Sandra T. Mills

Jay H. Rubenstein, ’77

Heidi M. Wick

John W. Mitchell, MBA ’02

Ronald Rus, JD ’75

Helen Easterling Williams

Daniel S. Mitrovich

Babak B. Saadian, JD ’05, MBA ’05

Michael Wojciechowski, EdD ’13

John G. Mooney

Timothy J. Salyer, JD ’73

Charles K. Wolhaupter, ’79

Dwayne Moring, ’84, JD ’91

Claudia B. Sangster, ’76

Marilyn S. Wright, MA ’89, PsyD ’95

Lynn Morrow, JD ’85

Regan H. Schafer, MA ’93, EdD ’02

Terry W. Young

Robert D. Mosbaugh, MBA ’05

John D. Schleppenbach, ’10

Michael R. Zakian

Giuseppe Nespoli II, ’04, MS ’17

June H. Schmieder

Johnny Zamrzla

David J. Newacheck, JD ’79

Paula M. Schwartz

Farshid V. Zanjani, ’14

Quincy C. Newell, MBA ’12

Leslie L. Seah

Shelly R. Ngo, ’93

Edward P. Shafranske

John D. Niemeyer, JD ’15

Scot E. Sheldon, JD ’79

Chad L. Norton, MBA ’94

Donald K. Skinner, MBA ’89

John L. Notter

Patricia Sloan, ’87

Melissa Oakland

Bradley A. Smith, ’89

Robert C. O’Brien

David M. Smith

Gregory L. Ogden

Gregory C. Smith, ’93

Patrick J. O’Hara, JD ’07

Kristen F. Smith, ’88, MA ’96

Christopher T. Olsen, JD ’89

Maurice Smith, MBA ’17

Leticia Padilla, MBA ’05

Jennifer Schaefer Snitko, ’98, JD ’02

Lynda H. Palmer, MBA ’91

Jamin S. Soderstrom, ’02, JD ’08

Bryan D. Pereboom, JD ’12

Reuben A. Spivey

Lucy L. Perrin

Rosa Mercado Spivey

Pete N. Peterson, MPP ’07

Kit Staats

Phil E. Phillips, ’88, JD ’92

Annie Standley

Janice Pinkowski

John T. Standley, ’85

Jef Pippin, MBA ’83

Brooke N. Stephens, JD ’05

Curt A. Portzel, ’92

Hilary S. Strain, ’93

Michael L. Pretiger

Kurt Sylvia

Pierre-Richard Prosper, JD ’89

Jim E. Thigpen

Geraldine L. Puccio

Katherine W. Thomas

Scott H. Racine, JD ’78

Glenn E. Turner III, JD ’80

David L. Ralph, ’68, MBA ’69

Teresa A. UpdeGraf-Power, JD ’88

John D. Rauschkolb, ’83

Robert Villar

Marilyn L. Reilly, ’56

Robert A. Virtue

Paul H. Reim, ’83

Frank A. Visco

Alita E. Rethmeyer, EdD ’88

Jocelyn Cady Vortmann

Kent B. Rhodes, EdD ’90

Richard H. Vortmann

Phillip J. Richardson

Carrie R. Wall, ’87

Betty A. Richli, JD ’77

Julia Walters-Burns, MBA ’17

A. Douglas Rickard, ’63

Klee R. Watchous

Lauren A. Rico, JD ’09

Cedric L. Watkins II, MBA ’80

Ira Ritter

Thomas A. Watkins, JD ’13

Nicole L. Rodger, ’02, JD ’12

John G. Watson, ’72, MA ’75

Daniel A. Rodriguez, ’78, MA ’81

Sarah S. O’Hara Welbaum

48

ASCENDTOGETHER


- 7"",-- -- -- .;

,,,--. ".""'

'

' ;\

:~ ..

~ •

'

~

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

49


MEMBERS CIRCLE These essential Pepperdine supporters contribute at least $1,000 annually to further our University’s mission of preparing students for lives of purpose, service, and leadership.

Michael G. Aamodt, ’78

Barbara Barsocchini

Marji Boething, ’84

Winifred Adams

Nicholas Barsocchini

Brad R. Bohrer, JD ’93

George W. Agnor, ’64

Jordan T. Bass, ’07

Isaac R. Bongiovanni

Gina Ahmar

Richard A. Bayer

Donna J. Boose, ’55

James A. Albach

Haig Bazoian

George J. Boose, ’56

James M. Albarano, ’03

Denise Beaman

Wendy H. Borcherdt

Henry Alfaro, ’57

Robert Beaman

Terry A. Bork, JD ’85

Faisal Al-Hardan

Adam W. Beamish, ’04

Alyssa K. Bost, ’05

Summer E. Allen, JD ’13

Meredith A. Beamish, ’04

Paul A. Bost, ’02

Juliet M. Allup, ’04, MPP ’06

Robert L. Bean, JD ’68

Emily A. Bost-Baxter, ’98

Claudia S. Almack

Robert L. Beck

Harold L. Bostick, JD ’04

Cynthia R. Ambler

Julie K. Becker

Tom Botz

Douglas L. Ambler

Paul D. Begin, ’99

Beverly Bourne, JD ’91

Russell Anderson

Chet Beiler, ’87

Robert R. Bowne II, JD ’95

Carla K. Anderson-Kohn, ’03, MBA ’06

Sharon Beiler

Karen M. Boyd

Gary R. Andrews, Jr., ’03

Karen M. Bellig, JD ’98

Christopher Boynton, ’75

Frank P. Angel

Thomas M. Bellig, JD ’98

Deacon H. Bradley, ’03

Clark Archer

Karen F. Bender, ’80, MBA ’83

Don L. Briscoe

Albert H. Arnold, ’61, EdD ’85

Andrew K. Benton

Joseph M. Brodner, JD ’91

Karen A. Ashby

Debby Benton

Joseph A. Broger

R. Scott Ashby

Natalie Benton

Jefrey F. Brookman, ’72

Jerome D. Ashford

Cathy A. Benzinger, ’85

Monterey Brookman, ’70

Stephanie T. Atwill-Rocco, MA ’77

Heidi A. Bernard, ’85

Steven E. Brooks

Lawrence S. Awbrey

Susanne Berry, JD ’89

Anne Brostowicz

Michael W. Aycock

A. Ronald Berryman, ’62, MBA ’67

Craig D. Brown

William H. Ayres, Jr., MBA ’00

Jacqueline Berryman

Carson Bruno, MPP ’12

Raymond G. Azar, ’49

Michael J. Betz, ’94, JD ’97

Sam Bruttomesso

Raymond Azoulay

Deborah Beyer, ’87

Shawn D. Buckley, MBA ’12

Arin Babakhanian

Jasmeet S. Bhullar, MA ’14

Edgar D. Buclatin, MBA ’18

Charles W. Babcock

Jeanette Bidart

Daniel L. Bunn, ’09, MBA ’16

Michael A. Backstrom, ’97

Janie Biel, ’07

John M. Burgess, MBA ’90

Kevin H. Baines

Andy S. Bielanski

Alton G. Burkhalter, JD ’85

William Anthony Baird, ’94, JD ’97

Robert L. Bigelow, ’85, MBA ’96

John R. Butcher

Jefrey R. Baker

R. G. Biggs, MBA ’73

Mireille O. Butler

John Lee Baker

Daniel S. Bishop

Christopher A. Cagnolatti, ’07

Michael W. Baldridge, MBA ’90

Richard A. Blackmon

Philip Cai, ’18

Mandana Barahimi

Christopher D. Blackwell, ’84

Dean Cain

Bernadette J. Barber, MS ’11

David B. Blenko

Nicole Calabro, JD ’96

Hughie J. Barnes, MBA ’78, EdD ’13

David C. Boatwright, JD ’81

Harry M. Caldwell, JD ’76

50

ASCENDTOGETHER


James T. Call, ’87

Tarianne G. Cotton, ’79

Rachel D. Dixon, JD ’14

Cynthia Callendar-Gordon, JD ’88

Alanna K. Cowan, ’13

Melissa J. Dolezel, ’15

Cindy J. Campbell

William R. Cox, BSM ’73

Jonathan M. Donfeld, ’07

Roderick Campbell

Des Coyle

Jefrey A. Dooley, MA ’08

Bob Canfield, BSM ’74, MPA ’75

Tifany S. Craf, MBA ’06

Susan K. Dossett

Richard R. Capozza

Kevin R. Crane, ’78

Grace B. Doughty

Joseph M. Cardosi, JD ’14

Angela T. Crates

Patricia Dowling

Earl Carpenter

John M. Crates

Lynn A. Dralle

David W. Carr, ’93

Mark S. Cravotta

Diana M. Dron, JD ’78

Thomas G. Carr, Jr.

Steven Culbert

Melissa Dudelson

Robert E. Carter, JD ’97

Bradley Culbertson

Michelle M. Dufenhorst

Kim S. Cary, EdD ’04

Holly Culhane

Chris G. Duininck

Carly Case

Joshua W. Cummins, ’95

Joe Duncan

Charles P. Case, ’77

Kathleen S. Cummins

Marvin A. Dunphy, ’74

Cristian Castro

Kristen S. Cummins, ’95

Su Dunphy

Sergio Celikel

Robert J. Cunnion III

Robert M. Earl, MBA ’78

Dannette M. Chambers

Matt S. Cutler

Kimberly Ebeling

Paul J. Chambers

Thomas G. Cutler

Matthew K. Ebeling, ’99

Steven L. Chaparro

Ted Dalton, ’54

Julie A. Conway Eggers, ’85

Deidre B. Cheng, ’96, JD ’00

Farima Damavandi

Albert Ehringer

Gene Cheng, ’93

Justin G. Daniel, MIB ’04

Ann Graham Ehringer

Phillip W. Cheves, JD ’91

Jerry Daniels

Sam Elliott

Rosanna K. Chong-Allen

Dudley S. Danof

Keith M. Embree

Dana E. Clark, ’93

Giuseppe E. Dardano

Pamela A. Engelke, MBA ’89

Thomas Clark, Jr.

Denise Curren Davies, JD ’92

Richard D. English, JD ’77

Graeme D. Cliford

Debra L. Davis, ’78

Marc L. Epstein

Don V. Cogman

Richard L. Dawson, ’70

Darrell G. Eriksen

Aaron K. Cohen, ’99

Sandra K. Dawson, ’69

Cliford F. Eslinger, MBA ’81

Charles Cohen

Robert Day

Nate Ethell, ’08, MBA ’13

Ellen L. Cohen

Sallie A. Deacy

Joe Everett

Jefrey A. Cohen, JD ’90

Bradley J. Dechter, MBA ’94

Stephanie L. Fabritius, ’81

Clay M. Coleman

Catherine S. Deignan, ’06

Christopher Farrar, ’89

Richard M. Coleman

Robert D. Deisher

Amir Fathi

Lorilyn D. Colleran, MBA ’96

Jill de Jong

Ginger D. Faust

Kristin A. Collins, ’04, MA ’07

Michael S. Deland

Daniel P. Faustina, ’01

Luke R. F. Collins, ’16

Cynthia A. Del Dosso

Caryn Feagler

Teresa G. Collins

Carlos Dell’Acqua

Troy Feagler

John N. Conkle, JD ’19

Robert A. DeMayo

George L. Fecske

Robert D. Converse

Yervant S. Demirjian, ’86, MBA ’89

F. Ronald Feinstein

Matthew B. Cook

Sandra R. deNicolais

Jackie L. Felkins

Miles R. Cooperman, JD ’75

Jefrey W. Denker

Jay G. Felkins

Fiona E. Corrigan

Cheryl Derbyshire

Judith Fenyk-Melody

Katherine Corrigan, JD ’87

Ani Dermenjian

Glover T. Ferguson

Michelle Corsini

Carl Deutsch

Luella J. Ferguson

Lauren Cosentino, ’97, MBA ’12

Karen C. Kappus DeVenney

John Ferry

Marco A. Cosentino, JD ’93, ’13

Steven G. DeVenney

Bertram Fields

David J. Cotton, ’11, MBA ’11

Glenn Dexter

Brenda J. Filippone

Guy P. Cotton, ’78

Anthony Z. DiCostanzo, ’94

Pamela L. Finck

Jennaca L. Cotton, ’10

Cassandra Dilfer

Chad J. Fischer, JD ’93

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

51


Members Circle continued

Robert J. Fischer

Birgitta Gregory

Brett J. Hughes, ’09

Stephen J. Fitzpatrick

Steve W. Griesemer, JD ’95

W. Norman Hughes

Bridget C. Fitzpatrick-Gjerdrum, JD ’05

Paul J. Grisanti

W. Blake Hunnicutt, ’92

Richard A. Flamminio

Mathew R. Groseclose, JD ’09

Richard L. Hunt

Marcos Fleiderman

Theodore Grussing, JD ’74

Liam A. Iadicicco, ’17

Derek Folk, MBA ’18

Cynthia V. Guerrero, MPP ’04

Rosemarie Ihde

Robert S. Folsom

Danielle R. Guerrero, JD ’11

Ryan D. Israel, JD ’02

Alexandra Forero

Michael A. Guillen

Sami Jabara

Linda L. Forster, ’90

Eric W. Hagen, ’92, JD ’97

Leslie E. Jabor

Grant M. Freeman, ’83

Heidi C. Hall, MBA ’94

Grace M. Jackson

Peter J. Frumkes

Owen P. Hall, Jr.

Samuel K. Jackson, ’75, EdD ’84

Philip K. Frykman

Stuart S. E. Hall

Caryl A. Jacobs

Andrew L. Furgatch, JD ’85

Eric R. Hamilton

Richard L. Jacobson

Tom Gabbard, ’77

Dorothy A. Hammond, ’03, MS ’10

Robert T. Jahncke, MBA ’85

Shannon M. Gallagher-Bolton, JD ’06

Jessica L. Hamrick, ’98

Patricia J. Jameson

Zachary Gallin

Lorena B. Hannel

Tonja Janfruechte

Laura E. Galloway

Lisa Harding

Jason J. Jarvis, ’95, JD ’03

Christine M. Galvin

Sharon Hargrave

Aaron T. Jasper, ’99

Jane A. Ganske

Jody S. Harrison, ’92

Gordon W. Jenkins

John B. Garacochea, ’83, JD ’88

Michael S. Hart

Jackie K. Jenkins

Marco A. Garcia Castillo, JD ’15

Mary K. Hawkins

Becky Willingham Johnson

Janet K. Gardner

Kelli D. Hefernan

David M. Johnson, ’92, MIB ’94

Cynthia M. Garrett

Chad B. Heger, ’07

Janet A. Johnson

Joline Gash, ’92

Scott J. Heger

Kenneth L. Johnson

Charles J. Gaspar

John C. Heid, MBA ’86

Kim Johnson

Carol Gausz, MS ’02

Kenneth D. Heller

Pierre Jones

Tierney Gearon

Keith Helm

Urszula B. Jones

William Q. Gebeau, Jr., ’99

Karina Herold

Trisha K. Kanan, JD ’01

Thomas Gehring, JD ’79

Bruce Herschensohn

Leah S. Karlov

Dennis S. Gertmenian, MBA ’86

Thomas E. Higgins, MBA ’77

Lee B. Kats

Laurie A. Gibbs

September Hill, MA ’13

Julie Kavner

Agnes L. Gibson

Sheila N. Himes

Theodore J. Keck

James R. Gibson, ’58

Elizabeth M. Hinkle

Lori A. Keefe

Brad Gilbert

Chip Hipkins, ’67, MA ’72

Roland T. Kelly, JD ’97

Shaun P. Gilfoy

Barbara Hirtensteiner

Kathleen S. Keltner, ’02

Casey G. Gillam, ’05, MBA ’13

Rick S. Hirtensteiner, ’89

Christine M. Kenner

Alan N. Goldberg, JD ’83

Shannon M. Hirtensteiner, ’96, JD ’99

Lawrence M. Ketchum, ’76

Elizabeth A. Goldman

Kirstina E. Hobrecker, ’97, MPP ’00

Seta Khajarian, EdD ’11

Nury J. Gomez, MBA ’12

Caroline L. Hopkins, ’64, MA ’71

Hassan Kheradmandan

Rudy Gonzales

Gail E. Hopkins, ’66, MA ’74

Manivanh M. Khy, MS ’19

Donald T. Goodwin, ’01, MBA ’08

Leah G. Hopkins, ’91

David M. Kidd, MBA ’83

Thomas M. Goolsby, ’88

Sara Horner

Charles Kelly Kilgore, JD ’93

Rowena A. Gordon

Cassandra G. Horton, ’14

Douglas L. Kindred, ’59

Eric Graciano, ’12

Steve Hotchkiss, ’86

Carol H. King

Peggy S. Grande, ’89

Eileen Howard

Eric R. King

Martin J. Green, Jr., MBA ’90

Pam G. Howard

Alan J. Kirk, ’10

Debra Greenfield, JD ’01

Brandon A. Huf

Emily C. Kirk, ’08

52

ASCENDTOGETHER


Karen F. Kirk

Clara M. Lincoln, EdD ’90

Christian E. McCaw, ’95

Robin E. Kirk

Brian A. Link, JD ’10

Faye W. McClure, ’78

Stephen N. Kirnon, MBA ’89, EdD ’08

Ralph Linzmeier

James F. McCreary III

Robert L. Kirsten

Richard Lit

Liimu McGill

Geliann Kitsigianis

David Little

James D. McGinley, JD ’91

Jon Klane

Emily Liu

Kelly L. McMicken-Javier, BSM ’19

Jef Kletter

William J. Livingston, JD ’74

Andrea L. McMullen, MS ’09

Milton Klorman

Douglas B. Lloyd, MBA ’80

Ryan M. McNamara, JD ’02

Stephen R. Knott

Louise H. Lofquist

Katharine E. McNayr, ’02

Kenneth H. Ko

Vi Logan

Thomas M. Meade

K. Terry Koonce

Thomas J. Lomis

Natalie Medvedev, MPP ’16

Connie M. Kotzman, ’82

Cori Lowe

Christopher A. Meissner

John R. Kouretas

David J. Lowe

Laura S. Meissner

David P. Kowalski

Dennis W. Lowe, ’75, MA ’77

Christopher R. Mendez, ’11

Douglas Kowalski

Stephen R. Luce, Jr., JD ’96

David J. Merrill, JD ’96

Erik J. Krogh, BSM ’93

Peggy Lui, ’89

George Merritt

Andrew T. Kubitz, MBA ’11

Elizabeth C. Lynch

James S. Merritt III

Sean Kumar

JoAnn L. Lynne

Paul R. Meyer, ’97

Denise Kuriger

Conrad L. Macedo

William C. Meysing, MBA ’96

Courtney Lang, ’95

Lisa R. Machenberg

Robert Micone

John Lang

Jacqueline J. Macias, EdD ’16

Marko Mikin

Mark J. Lange

Donald T. Maclay

Lowell J. Milken

Jennifer Joy S. Lao

Dwayne R. MacTavish

William P. Mills III

Jesus H. Lao

Capri W. Maddox, JD ’01

Monica Minden

John E. Larson, ’82

Shane Maguire

Cary L. Mitchell, ’76

Mary Jo Lass, ’51

Veera Mahajan, MDR ’16

Lisa M. Mitchell, ’95

Monique LaVoie

Rebecca Malzahn

T. Nicholas Mitchell, MBA ’07

Charlotte P. Law, MS ’11

Audrey L. Maness, JD ’07

Hilla Moll

Marion R. Lawler III

Anthony P. Maniscalchi

Steven L. Montgomery, ’93

Midori B. Lawler, ’88, MBA ’91

Emily K. Mann

Davis D. Moore, ’83

Diane M. Lawrence, ’80

Dirk Manthey

Eileen C. Moore, JD ’78

Ron L. Lawrence, ’82

Roy March

Mike Moore

Michael P. Lawton, MBA ’95

John A. Marian

Callie E. Moos

Hyunok Lee, MBA ’17

Melinda A. Marian

Randall Mora

Kelvin C. Lee, ’95

Charmaine F. Mark, MBA ’03

George E. Morris, Jr., ’11

Lee D. Le Grande, ’94

Gregory J. Marland

Kelsey S. Morris, JD ’11

Spencer Lehman

Emmanuel Marques

Lawrence H. Morrison

Steven Lemley, ’66, MA ’70

Paula Marrs

Nadine K. Morrow

Christina N. LeRubio, MA ’12

Rick R. Marrs

Laura Moss

Kayla Lescure

Mark J. Marsden, ’18

Russell Mosser

Russell F. Lesser

Kevin A. Marsh, ’96

Joanne Mossucco

Ashley Wells Lewis

Debra A. Martin, ’10

Louis Mossucco III

Edwin K. Li

Gregory P. Martin

Don N. Moy, ’81

Assaf Samuel Liberant

Heather J. Martin, ’03, MBA ’07

Gary J. Moy, ’84

Myron Lieberman

Shalonda F. Martin, ’06, MBA ’13

Marian E. Moyher, ’77

Dongkuk Lim

Robin C. Martindale, ’89

Jennifer S. Mullen

Hong Seh Lim, MBA ’95

Brian L. Maryott

Jenny T. Mummert

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

53


Members Circle continued

Ron Munro

Holly M. Phillips, JD ’09

Salvador Sanders, JD ’73

Kyle C. Murphy, BSM ’04, MBA ’05

Shannon M. Phillips

Philip M. Santomassi

Marsha J. Naegeli-Teraci

Cecile E. Pickford

Cecile S. Santos

Kirk S. Nascimento

Steven T. Potts, JD ’82

Andrea N. Scanlon

Geofrey M. Nathanson

Cristopher D. Powell

Sherry L. Scanza

Margo C. Neal

Allen Prager

Judy Scates

Michael C. Nef, ’83

Elise Preston-Mallory, MBA ’98

Dale Schaechterle

Nicole K. Neily, MPP ’06

Catherine D. Purcell, JD ’85

David Schif

Stacey L. Nelson, ’89

Thomas J. Purcell, JD ’79

Peter M. Schleppenbach

Susanne M. Nelson

K. Luanne Quiggle

Toby Schreiber

Mark Neuner

Javan N. Rad, JD ’00

Terry A. Schroeder, ’81

Robyn Y. Newman

Robert P. Radnoti

David K. Schultz

John F. Nickoll

Lucy Ralphs

Steven M. Schultz

Jennifer L. Nitzkowski, ’94

Ernie Randall

Joshua L. Schulz, ’94

Martin H. Nora, ’77

Caye L. Randolph, ’64

Benjamin J. Schuppel, JD ’16

Phillip L. North, JD ’75

James L. Randolph, ’66

Bernard Scofie

Frank G. Novak

Veronica M. Raulin, MS ’15

Kathleen L. Scott

Brian C. O’Connor, ’83

Scott M. Reddie, JD ’94

Emily Scott-Lowe, ’76

Robert J. Ogden, MBA ’88

Hilary S. Reed, JD ’04

Teresa M. Seabert

Aleen Ohanian, MBA ’19

James W. Regitz, Jr., ’84

Samuel A. Seelig

John D. O’Hara, ’85

Delta J. Reicheneker

Geofrey F. Segal, MPP ’00

Todd B. Ohlmeyer, ’97

Derrick N. Reicheneker

Leslye J. Seghy

Matthew Oldroyd

Diane E. Reilly, ’58

Larraine D. Segil, MBA ’85

Mark A. Olson

Lola C. Reinsch

Scott D. Seminof, ’97

Stephanie Rose Olson, ’91

Carmen C. Renfroe, ’03, JD ’10

Troy V. Senik, MPP ’07

Remy O’Neill

Jerin L. Renfroe, ’03, MBA ’10

Art Serote

Brian Oppenheimer

Beatrice L. Restifo

Janice Serote

Jerry A. Orefice

Ken K. Rice, ’57

David Shaheen

Karen G. Orefice

Carol Richards

Robert A. Shain

Mordechai Orian

Clarence L. Richmond, Jr.

Devika Shankar, ’75

Molly R. Oster, ’05, MA ’11

Farhan A. Rizvi, MS ’18

Ralph J. Shapira

Eric L. Ostgarden, MBA ’19

Alicia E. Roberts, ’81

Derek R. Sharp

Michael R. Ovshak

Frederick Roberts

Missy E. Sharp

Nancy R. Ovshak

Loretta E. Roberts

Meisha R. Sherman, MBA ’05

Lynn M. Owen, MBA ’19

Mihea M. Roberts, MS ’17

Richard Sherman

Daniel Palmer

Nicole L. Rodger, ’02, JD ’12

James R. Shinholser, MBA ’82

Gerardo Pantoja, Jr., ’08

Christopher Rodgerson

Vatche G. Shirikjian, ’97

Jefrey L. Parks, BSM ’95

Kimberlee A. Rodriguez, ’92

Cheryl L. Shoen

Thunder Parley, ’01

Steven J. Rodriguez, ’01, MA ’03

Donald L. Shores

Jason H. Pates, ’95, MPP ’99

John Roesler

Michael L. Shultz

William M. Patterson

Jenny K. Romines

Nicholas Shurgot

Michael Ian Paul

Pier L. Rossi

Heather R. Shuttleworth, ’99

John T. Payne

Heather M. Rubsamen

Sharon Siegel

Denise Peak

Carolyn A. Russell, ’89

Angela K. Simmons, ’90, MIB ’93

Frank Perna, Jr.

Deborah S. Russell

Dwayne D. Simmons, ’80

L. Timothy Perrin

Alan Ruzicka

Kari L. Simmons

Richard W. Pershing, ’50

David Ryan

Ann Marie Simpson

54

ASCENDTOGETHER


Joan K. Singleton

Jack Tallon

Charity Wallace, ’97

Marianna Sinkys-Linfesty, MA ’93

Roxanne Tallon

Marshall W. Waller

Jennifer G. Sittel

Troy R. Tanner, ’92

Mary Ellen Waller

Richard J. Sittel

Kenneth Taves

Cathryn S. Walling

Hanna Skandera, MPP ’00

Karin S. Taylor, ’87, MS ’02

Jeferson L. Walling, MS ’16

Richard G. Skophammer, ’76

Sonia L. Taylor

Nathan Walton

Olena Y. Skrypets

John Teets, JD ’80

Christopher M. Walz, ’98

Constance M. Slade

Dennis W. Telfer, Jr.

Mollie D. Walz, ’98

Clif Slater

David Thomas

Derek Wan

Brian D. Sloan, JD ’03

Earnestine Thomas-Robertson, ’69, MA ’73, EdD ’03

Cynthia A. Ware

Coleridge S. Smith, ’98, MBA ’02 Pamela D. Smith, ’00 Grant R. Specht, JD ’85 Emily J. Spivey, ’00, MS ’14 Zachary S. Spowart, MBA ’18 Michael D. Sprague, ’04, MS ’16 Priya K. Sprenger, ’90 Swarnachandrabalaji Sriraghavan, MBA ’16 Jefrey S. Staab Daniel Stark Darla J. Staton Kevin D. Steele, ’81 Darryl Stein Joellen Stein Gerald J. Steinberg Marylin P. Stephens Ronald D. Stephens, ’67, MBA ’69 Delinda L. Sterling Michael R. Sterling Sandra Stewart-Bass, ’69, MS ’75 Eric T. Stoen, ’93 Patricia Stoliar Cooker P. Storm Albert A. Sturgeon III, JD ’11 Jason T. Sturgis, ’97 Judy Sturgis Clare I. Sturtevant Joseph C. Sturtevant Nancy Suminski Mitchell R. Sussman, JD ’76 Robert J. Sutton S. Brett Sutton, ’86, JD ’89 June L. Sweeney Ellen S. Szeto, JD ’89 Joseph W. Szokol, JD ’86 Edward Tagliaferri Ghazi Taki

Judith A. Thomson

Jefery J. Warren

Gary A. Thornton, JD ’82

Luann Warren-Sohlberg

Eryn M. Tillman, ’97, MPP ’99

Kenneth R. Waters, JD ’76

George J. Toberman

William J. Watkins, ’62, EdD ’87

Marc Toberof

Susan Watson

Doris Matson Tomlin, ’52

Sierra K. Watt, ’11

Benjamin L. Tompkins, ’97

Chad J. Weaver, MBA ’18

Marta B. Tooma

David H. Weber

Reyes R. Topete

Marie D. Webster, MBA ’85

Heather Toro

Stuart A. Wehofer, MBA ’01

Gregory D. Totten, JD ’82

David I. Weil

Gerard M. Touhey

Doug Weitman

Delite H. Travis, ’03

Ellen Weitman

Michael D. Trent, ’88, MBA ’94

Bryan D. Welbaum

D. Thomas Triggs, ’89, JD ’93

Colin C. Wellman, ’97

Thomas J. Trimble

Leila C. Wells

Laurie M. Trombella, ’98

Michael E. Wells

Richard Troop

Jason West

Philippa Trop

Maureen C. Weston

David J. Trujillo, ’81

Jennifer J. Westpfahl, MBA ’13

Linda L. Truschke, ’86, MS ’97

Marie L. Wexler

Neal W. Turnage, ’84

Beth B. Whartnaby

Lori L. Tusa, ’92

Edward E. Whartnaby

Beaver Valenzuela

Aaron M. White, JD ’09

J. William Van Dyke III, ’92 Christopher J. Van Reusen, ’02, MA ’05 Jocelyn V. Van Reusen, ’02, MA ’07 Demos Vardiabasis Nancy Vartapetova Ben M. Veenendaal, ’02 Michael R. Velladao, JD ’83 Laura M. Verklan-Armstrong Charlene M. Vizcarra, ’88 Valerie L. Vollmer Philip von Alvensleben Keith Wagner Kimberly Wagner

Edward W. Warren

Theodore M. Whitlock, ’85 Judith B. Whittinghill Gary L. Wilcox Frederick J. Wilkens J. Matt Williams, JD ’10 J. McDonald Williams Laura M. Williams Rene C. Williams Eric A. Wilson, ’03 John M. Winslow, MBA ’92 Kristin B. Winter Roland H. Winter, ’79

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

55


Members Circle continued

Henry Workman, Jr.

Tara Aleagha

Shayla Chavez

John R. Workman, ’97, MPP ’99

Abdulrahman Alrikhaimi

Gary Cheng, MS ’18

Kevin A. Wright, ’96

Marissa N. Alsip

John L. Chiappe

Suzette Yamani

Dante L. Ambrogio, MBA ’18

Alice Choi

Katherine Yasick, ’12

Ashley Amell

Cecilia S. Chung

James H. Zachary III

Natalie N. Amirieh

James T. Clark

Armen Zenjiryan, JD ’08

Jacqueline M. Amirkhanian

Caroline Clouse

Ruth S. Zhou, ’17

John S. Anderson

Jonathan D. Cohen

Robert W. Zima

Jared M. Antman

Clayton E. Collier

Robyn Zimmet

Brenna N. Arbuckle

Taylor A. Cooning, MBA ’18

Brian B. Zintz

Nicholas W. Archibald

Elissa M. Crowder

Uriel Argüelles, MBA ’18

Katrina A. Cymerman

RECENT GRADUATE ASSOCIATES

Gabriel Arredondo

Kelly M. Danker

Monique S. Arrington, MS ’19

Christopher-James A. DeLorenz, ’17

Jasmin Arya

Kelly M. Shea Delvac

Kyle R. Bland, ’13

Evet Azarian

Matthew J. Derrico-Pass, ’14, MBA ’18

Elise M. Catanese, ’17

Artur Aziev

Matthew J. Dillon

Annie M. Chambers, ’19

Joseph R. Badagliacca

Matthew C. Dingilian

Angela M. Kappus DiMuzio, ’14

Brynn N. Barton

Jordan Z. Dixon-Hamilton

Jamie C. Domke, ’16

Mohammed Basharaheel

Melissa J. Dolezel, ’15

Scotland T. L. Garapedian, ’19

Katherine A. Bates, MS ’17

Katelyn E. Dykhouse

James Gehrels, ’17

Sharifa I. Batts, MBA ’18

Joanna Edstrom

Shawn A. Herrera, ’14

Carlie A. Bauer

Ofiong E. Ekah

Lauren Holm, ’15

Shari L. Becker, MBA ’18

Gage C. Eller

Shelby L. Jones Jolivet, ’16

Debra L. Beckman, MBA ’18

Sophia G. Ellis

Hannah E. Jones, ’18

Iasia Beh

David S. Elstner

William G. Kellogg IV, JD ’16

Lilibet M. Behdadnia

Lauren E. Elvick

Kamron A. King, ’11

Shelby D. Bennett

Rachel F. Enders

Guriqbal Mahil, ’19

Molly S. Benson, MBA ’19

Alyssa E. A. Evans

Charlene K. Miller, ’07

Jacob M. Bliss

Aaron K. Foltz

Lauren C. Morehead, ’17

Andrew R. Bogard

Britta M. Forgie, MBA ’18

Greyson R. Orellana, ’18

Alexandra K. Boutelle

Rami Frankl, MBA ’19

Bobby P. Patsios, ’15

Adam J. W. Brandy

Stephen R. Garrett, JD ’19

Sean Michael Phillips, ’07, MS ’11

Michael C. Briggs

Nicole L. Geiser

Geofrey D. Plourde, ’14

Adam Brown

Jessica A. Gerber

Alexander D. Reiten, ’17

Natalie A. Burkholder

Michael J. Giford, MBA ’19

Adam J. Sherman, ’17

Edwin C. Cahill, ’01, MA ’10

Cayley B. Gosnell

Derek Stoutland, ’16

Karl R. Cain, Jr.

Hannah M. Grabinski

Alexander P. Carroll

Alex Guiraud-Cointreau, MBA ’19

Zachary Carstens

Sophie H. Gunter

Benjamin B. Caryan

Ofir Hadari

Clemence S. Castillo, MBA ’18

Samir Hakim

Gabriella M. Castro

Raymond A. Hall, MBA ’19

Christopher Cayanan, MBA ’19

Thomas B. Hamilton, ’18, MBA ’19

Misak Chanchikyan

Troy M. Hamner, ’18

Brynn E. Chase, ’16

Monique N. Hampton

Rocio Nakandakari Chatham, MBA ’18

Patricia M. Hanna, ’19

STUDENT ASSOCIATES David A. Addicott, ’19, MBA ’19 Darren N. Y. Adjei Ifechinyere M. Agbodike Alina Ahmed Caylor E. Albers

56

ASCENDTOGETHER


Brandie N. Harris, MBA ’19

Josselin J. Leiva, ’18

Joanna Park, ’17, MBA ’19

Jean-Herbert B. Harris

Jennifer Lin

Anna M. Pasano

Joel R. Harris

Jessica E. Linton

Taixian Piao, MBA ’18

Ariella Hassid, ’14

Carolina R. Lizak, MBA ’18

Scotland G. Pierce

Ashley N. Hawkins, ’17

Peyton A. Lochead

Colburn Pittman

Kevin B. Hawkins

Joel D. Lopata, ’12

Andrew L. Porth

Grayson M. Haws

Joseph A. Lopez

David C. Portillo, Jr.

Marc R. Hayashi, MBA ’19

Tatum M. Lowe

Jacquelyn A. Presnell

Aubrey J. Hellwege

Johnson Ma

Sydney E. Price

Miranda T. Hernandez

Cara M. MacDonald

Malisa Prisarojn

Allison J. Hill

Thomas MacEgan

Joseph C. Ramli, ’17

Jordan Hill

Kee Seok Mah

Alexandra L. Ramos

Phillip Hoang, MBA ’19

Michael J. Manry, MS ’18

Shantal Razban-Nia

Nicole Hood

Haroutioun Markarian, MBA ’19

Anjali Reddy, MBA ’19

Jonathan A. Horn

Colin Martell

James Richards

Kimberly N. Horne

Jonathan Maseng

Jonah S. Rohde, MBA ’18

Zackery L. Horton

Nickan J. Mashhood

Ruben E. Rojas

Jamie Hulsey

Anne McCarthy

Ranna I. Rose, ’18

Melissa Hurtado, ’16

Andrew S. McEwan

Noel R. Russell-Unterburger, ’04, MBA ’18

Robert Hwong, ’17, MBA ’18

Ellen L. McGraw

Maya Rustom

Carmen G. Izquierdo, ’15

Cooper R. McHatton

Behrang Sadeghi, MBA ’19

Fizah Jadhavji, ’16, MBA ’18

Evan K. McNally

David J. Salas, MBA ’18

Amy E. Jicha

Michael P. Medeiros, MBA ’19

Jonathan Santana

Mackenna Johnson

Magdalena Camille Mena Pacheco

Sophie T. Sarchet

Hanna L. Jolkovsky

Diana Miramontes, MBA ’19

Nona Sarkisyan

Ashley J. Jones

Aaron M. Mojarras

Hannah Savaso

Austin L. Jones, JD ’19

Stacy A. Montgomery, EdD ’14

Damon Sazegar, MBA ’18

Sara Jour

Nicholas T. C. Mullally

Dominic J. Scarangella

Matthew G. Kalish, ’05, MA ’10

Melanie Mummert, MBA ’18

Andrew C. Schafer

Yasaman Khalifian

Courtney Mun, MS ’18

David Scheibal, MBA ’19

Jeanin Khanian, MBA ’19

Danielle Nafekh

Nicholas D. Schneider, ’17, MBA ’18

Justin D. Kian

Ashlyn L. Nassar

Alexis M. Schwab

Christopher J. Kim

Dan L. Nathan, MBA ’19

Mark Seilhamer

Eunhea Kim

Joseph Ng, MBA ’19

Allen Sepanyan

Rebecca Kim

Melissa E. Nietzel, MBA ’18

Sarah Seyedgavadi, MBA ’19

Lindsey C. Kirchhof

Nicole M. Nilos

Moshe Shemtov

Karl R. Kleppe

Kevin K. Nourani

Emma S. Sholder

Derek Kliewer

Korey Nuehs

Laura Siderman

Katlyn E. Koegel

Aren Ohanian, MBA ’19

Sandeep Singh

David P. Kotik

Nina Ohanian

Meagan M. Smith, ’17

Troy T. Kramer, ’19

Kallan E. Oliver

Rachael M. Ratclif Smith, MBA ’19

Nicole M. Kreger, MBA ’18

Mariana L. Orbay

Colten L. Stanberry, JD ’19

Sean P. Lacayo Bradley, ’18

Zino O. Osehobo

Sawyer C. Stephens

Chase D. Lambert

Alana L. Ostrowiecki

Eric D. Stoneburner, MBA ’19

Melanie K. Lane

Jeremy F. Palacio

Roxanne F. Swedelson

Amanda M. Laufer, MBA ’19

Joy T. Pallan, MBA ’19

Cyrus J. Tajer

Timothy A. LeDuc III

Deborah C. Park

Ciara C. Tamaki, ’17, MBA ’18

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

57


Members Circle continued

Hayden P. Tavoda Chloe E. Thomas Austen J. Thompson Amy B. Towner, MBA ’18 Linh H. T. Tran David G. Trauth, ’16, MBA ’19 Falguni B. Trieu, MBA ’19 Benjamin J. Truax Nicholas W. Tsiouvaras Dylan Turcios Rene E. Ucros Allen H. Um, ’13 Joshua W. Upham Catherine I. Urbanek Nancy G. Valle, MBA ’19 Sheena Victoria, ’18 Stolle L. Voigt Josephine R. von Schorlemer Rebecca L. Voth Victoria H. Votino Jessie E. Waid Bryce M. Wallgard April M. West Geofrey K. West, ’06 Aprilfawn White, MBA ’18 Weston Whitener Steven J. Wickman Benjamin T. Wilcox Jesse Wilhite Nyla Williams Danielle Winograd, ’03, MBA ’19 Whitney N. Witherow, MBA ’18 Ajeya I. Woods Thurgood M. Wynn David Yerkanyan Cassidy T. Young Ora Zarnegar Marielena Zelaya

58

ASCENDTOGETHER


SPONSORS AND TRIBUTES

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

59


Impacting the world through its alumni and students, Pepperdine ofers a character-building education that opens doors for career success and lifelong service. We’re grateful to be part of this distinctive University community and look forward to celebrating its accomplishments for many years to come. MARLYN AND ROBERT DAY 60

ASCENDTOGETHER


PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

61


62

ASCENDTOGETHER


We are honored to serve as the Pepperdine Associates dinner chairs this evening. Each year, we are more and more convinced that the Pepperdine student experience is unparalleled in higher education. A longstanding tradition of academic excellence linked with an unwavering commitment to Christian values infuses every aspect of the University, and it shows in the high caliber of our students and alumni. We consider it a blessing to be able to contribute to Pepperdine’s progress and we thank you for joining us for a special night of celebration and fellowship.

SHERRY R. AND FRANK W. CORNELL

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

63


64

ASCENDTOGETHER


Engaging hearts and minds since 1937, Pepperdine continues to bless the lives of its students, alumni, supporters, and friends. We are grateful for the leadership and service of our eighth President and First Lady, Jim and Joline Gash, and appreciate their profound commitment to the University’s tradition of excellence.

DEANNE (’84) AND JOHN (’83) LEWIS CAROLE AND DANNY PHILLIPS

DEE ANNA (’86) AND HUBIE SMITH JUDY AND JAY WELKER

KRISTEN AND TIM (’87) PHILLIPS

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

65


MorganStanley

Morgan Stanley is proud to support

Pepperdine University The Oaks Group at Morgan Stanley 100 North Westlake Blvd, Suite 200 Westlake Village, CA 91362 805-494-0215

© 2018 Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC. Member SIPC.

66

ASCENDTOGETHER

SUP002 CRC 2148058 06/18 CS 9331212 08/18


It is an honor to be part of the Pepperdine family during these exciting times as we ascend together. We know God has a special plan for Pepperdine, and we are grateful for our University leadership, faculty, staf, and students who work tirelessly to pursue even higher standards of academic excellence and Christian values.

SETH (’02), JOLYN (’02), AND THE HAYE FAMILY

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

67


SUBARU

SUBARU

,

0 F ONT ARI 0

ProudlySupports

Pepperdine University_.,-,

68

ASCENDTOGETHER


“If better is possible, then good is not enough.” George Graziadio

We salute our new president, Jim Gash, and all at Pepperdine who continuously challenge themselves to strive for better. Tese dedicated members of the Pepperdine community work tirelessly to create a learning environment that provides students not only with the best academic programs possible, but also with a strong spiritual foundation that helps prepare them for a life of

PURPOSE, SERVICE, and LEADERSHIP. FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS » National Italian-American Foundation George L. Graziadio Scholarship

We are proud to have the opportunity to continue the legacy at Pepperdine that our parents began many years ago and look forward to the many new and exciting things to come.

» Horatio Alger Association Scholarship » George L. Graziadio Order of Sons of Italy Scholarship » Reva Graziadio Endowed Scholarship » Te Graziadio Legacy Scholarship

Te George & Reva Graziadio Foundation Mary Lou Graziadio Alida & Stevan Calvillo Louis & Beth Graziadio

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

69


The JohnsonFoundation and

Leahey& JohnsonP.C. ARE PROUD TO SUPPORT

PepperdineUniversity and congratulate President Jim Gash on a successful inaugural year.

Leahey& Johnson,P.C. . .

70

ASCENDTOGETHER

~

R

E

_T


We are thankful for Pepperdine. PHIL AND KATIE MASTERSON Seaver Parents

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

71


Pepperdine shapes students into leaders and di˜erence makers who value the blessings of service and community. We are grateful for the dedicated alumni, administrators, faculty, and sta˜ who are taking an active role in the lives of students and extending Pepperdine’s waves of in°uence. Duane and Kelly Roberts

72

ASCENDTOGETHER


Jim and Joline, The Runnels are excited to welcome you as the new trailblazers for our beloved Pepperdine family. We pledge to stand with you in your mission and on this journey. Charlie Runnels always expressed to our children and grandchildren, and the Pepperdine family, that there are trees yet to plant and hills yet to climb, and he never wavered from that belief. He was one of the few to turn the first shovel of dirt on this Malibu campus, and we know he would be proud of your vision for our future. The Runnels are here tonight in solidarity with you, and we look forward to ascending together.

With love and admiration,

AMY JO RUNNELS AND FAMILY

Congratulations, President Gash, and best wishes for success in leading the Pepperdine family to continue to accomplish all its goals in the years to come. NABIL AND CAMELIA BARSOUM

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

73


“This gif of human life and the opportunity which is ours to serve others for a short time should be regarded as a sacred trust.” —George Pepperdine I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to support the next generation of Pepperdine students as they explore new ideas, find their purpose, and strengthen our global University community.

DIANE REILLY (’58)

Best wishes to our friends at Pepperdine. CASEY AND LAURA WASSERMAN

74

ASCENDTOGETHER


PRESIDENT GASH AND OUR FIRST LADY: THANK YOU FOR MAKING THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE.

Congratulations to President Gash on being selected to lead Pepperdine University to even greater achievements as a religious institution. Best wishes and God’s speed from your friends at the Sierra Madre Church of Christ.

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

75


Bravo to Pepperdine for helping so many ascend to their true north.

AMBASSADOR FRANK AND KATHRINE BAXTER

Congratulations, Pepperdine, for inspiring future leaders who invest in the lives of others and make a diference in our world. NACHHATTAR AND SUSANA CHANDI AND FAMILY

76

ASCENDTOGETHER


We are so proud of the great work President Jim Gash has already done on behalf of Pepperdine and its students. We are excited to see what's next for the University—and to support it every step of the way. JUNMEI, YI, AND BINGYU CHENG

Great accomplishments begin with great expectations. Congratulations to Pepperdine University for its influence on our students—we are proud to be Associates.

KATHY AND LOU COLOMBANO

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

77


Thanks to Pepperdine for giving young people opportunities to learn, discover, and grow, and for preparing them for fulfilling personal and professional lives. DAVID AND CYNTHIA STANCHAK

Thank you, Pepperdine, for leading the way in Christian education.

78

ASCENDTOGETHER


Pepperdine’s future is filled with possibilities as we ascend to new heights.

THE CAPPELLI FAMILY

Pepperdine truly has a heart! STANLEY BLACK AND FAMILY JANIS BLACK WARNER AND DOUG WARNER JASON GOLDMAN (’12)

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

79


It is with great pride that we walk beside our new president and all the students who will pass through these hills of Pepperdine.

ZIEGFRED AND WENDIE YOUNG

Treat yourself to more with a University Checking Account. Earn up to 5.00% APY* for the banking you already do. Plus, our University Checking Account has amazing features: • The potential to earn up to 5.00% APY when your loans are with University Credit Union • Automatic ATM fee reimbursements up to $25 monthly’ • Access to over 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs

Open an account today! Bank with your brain.

ucu.org

800.UCU.4510

*APY = Annual Percentage Yield. Qualifying University Checking Accounts will earn 1.00% APY in dividends on balances up to $25,000. Balances above $25,000 will be paid at the regular checking rate of 0.05% APY. Qualifying University Checking Accounts are defined as having at least 25 transactions per month and enrollment in eStatements. If the requirements are not met, then no dividend is earned. A $50 minimum deposit is required to open a University Checking Account and earn APY. The rate may change after the account is opened. Dividends are calculated by the daily balance method, which applies a daily periodic rate to the balance in the account at the end of each day. Dividends are disbursed monthly into the active University Checking Account. APY is accurate as of the last dividend declaration date. Fees could reduce the earnings on the account. To earn up to 5.00% APY, member must have a qualifying University Checking Account. Based on a combined rate of 4.88%. Credit card must be active, have at least one monthly transaction (excludes balance transfers and cash advances), and be enrolled in credit card eStatements to qualify for the extra 1.00% APY in dividends. Account does not earn dividends if there is a $0 balance in a HELOC at the end of the month. All accounts must be in good standing with no delinquency or bankruptcy pending. Multiple loans in the same category count for only 1.00% APY in dividends. Secondary University Checking Accounts not eligible to earn APY and will be paid at the regular checking rate (if applicable). Not valid with any other offers. To establish a UCU Membership, you must deposit at least $5 to a Regular (Share) Savings Account. All accounts are subject to approval. ’Up to $25 in ATM fees incurred at other financial institutions will be automatically credited to your active University Checking Account at close of month end. Federally Insured by NCUA.

80

ASCENDTOGETHER


Congratulations, Jim and Joline! May God continue to bless you richly as you lead Pepperdine and empower our students.

Thanks to the entire Pepperdine community for investing in our University mission and making President Jim Gash’s first 100 days an overwhelming success. I’m so proud of the good work we are accomplishing together.

RICK AND PAULA MARRS

Chancellor

Sara Young Jackson

We applaud Pepperdine’s contribution to the region, the nation, and the world.

JACQUELINE AND A. RONALD BERRYMAN Faithful Friends University Board Member Graziadio Board Member Charter Member of the Alumni Leadership Council Chairman Emeritus of the Black Alumni Council

Thanks to Jim and Joline Gash for leading with purpose and sharing their family values with our University community. Gratefully,

THE GRACE FAMILY

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

81


We applaud Pepperdine and its new President and First Lady Jim and Joline Gash for encouraging our students to make a diference in the world.

BILL AND DEBORAH WARNE

With gratitude to God for the continuing gif of Pepperdine University in the life of our family.

TIM AND LUCY PERRIN

Best wishes to our Pepperdine sports teams! Come support the Waves!

THE GIEFER FAMILY

Sending our best wishes to President Gash and all of Pepperdine.

JACK AND DEBORA GABELHAUSEN

82

ASCENDTOGETHER


HONORING PEPPERDINE

Fostering an environment of innovation, compassion, resilience, and service, Pepperdine ofers a transformative academic journey for each of its students.

As dedicated members of the Pepperdine family who serve on the University Board and School of Public Policy Board of Advisors, we are proud to support the University’s continuing progress. We look forward to the many ways you will advance Pepperdine's mission and extend its influence.

GARY AND MELISSA OAKLAND

SHARON TEDESCO

Jim and Joline, You will leave your imprint firmly embedded in the story of Pepperdine University. What a wonderful opportunity. God bless you,

Ron Phillips Congratulations to Brynn Foster for being named one of Pepperdine's most outstanding women in leadership. With love,

ROBERTA MARIANI

PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER 2020

83


MENU SALAD

MICRO-GREEN SALAD Roasted Pear Pomegranate Seeds Grilled Artichokes Champagne Nage

ENTRÉE

LEMON THYME-ENCRUSTED TENDERLOIN Taleggio Potato Lyonnaise Shallot Honey Purée Horseradish Jus

DESSERT

PRALINE-VANILLA TART Praline Mousse Candied Hazelnuts Caramel Ganache

UA1910124

Savarin Tart

84

ASCENDTOGETHER


DINNER COMMITTEE Paula and Ed Biggers Sheila and Tom Bost Rita and Dale (’64) Brown Alida and Stevan Calvillo Tina and Rick (JD ’83) Caruso Joanne and Clark (’77) Cowan Marlyn (’90, JD ’94) and Robert Day Linda and Scott Fish Kalli O’Malley and Terry Giles (JD ’74) Beth and Louis Graziadio Mary Lou Graziadio Janet and Wayne Gretzky Misty and Michael Hammer Jolyn (’02) and Seth (’02) Haye

DINNER CHAIRS Sherry and Frank W. (MBA ’78, EdD ’04) Cornell

Michelle (JD ’89) and Mark (JD ’88) Hiepler Karen and Thomas (MBA ’77) Higgins Sara (’74) and Sam (’75, EdD ’84) Jackson Blanche and Peter James Johnson, Jr. Deanne (’84) and John (’83) Lewis Keri and Denny (’65) Lewis Kimberly and Don Lindley Paula and Rick Marrs

OUR MISSION

Patricia and Ef Martin Amy and Vincent (MBA ’01) Monteparte Sharon and Terry Mullin Melissa and Gary Oakland Geofrey H. Palmer (JD ’75) Carrol and R. Rex Parris Carole and Danny Phillips Kristen and Timothy (’87) Phillips Celeste and John Plueger Carolyn and Ted (’59, MBA ’75) Porter Agatha and J. Anthony (’93) Precourt, Jr. Jennifer (’76) and Frederick Ricker Kelly and Duane Roberts Twanna (MBA ’77) and Tim (MBA ’77) Rogers Amy Jo Runnels (’00) Dee Anna (’86) and Hubie Smith Laure Sudreau (JD ’97) Judy and Jay Welker

Pepperdine is a Christian university committed to the highest standards of academic excellence and Christian values, where students are strengthened for lives of purpose, service, and leadership.


44TH ANNUAL PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER

44TH ANNUAL PEPPERDINE ASSOCIATES DINNER Saturday, February 22, 2020

Profile for Pepperdine University

Pepperdine Associates Dinner 2020  

Ascend Together–44th Annual Pepperdine Associates Dinner.

Pepperdine Associates Dinner 2020  

Ascend Together–44th Annual Pepperdine Associates Dinner.