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Many Milestones.

One Mission. 2011 annual report


This past year’s journey has been a remarkable one,

and we look forward to the road ahead—together.


Dear Friends, Milestones are a part of every journey. They often represent progress along the way, a significant landmark or noteworthy accomplishment. At Providence, our organization’s long, rich history is filled with dozens of milestones that mark our evolution into the mission-focused, award-winning medical center we are today. And this past year, we celebrated one such milestone. In June 2011, we opened the doors at the new state-of-the-art, 12-story, 680,000 square-foot Cymbaluk Medical Tower. And although an important milestone, it does not mark the end of our journey. It is the first significant step in the Medical Center’s transformation to a 21st century healthcare facility—and one that will enable Providence to keep pace with advances in medicine, the growth of our community and the needs of our most vulnerable citizens. Now a year later, we look back on 2011, the opening of the Tower and all who invested in The Campaign for Providence with deep gratitude. By the end of last year, more than $16 million was raised in support of the new Medical Tower. Such motivated and generous participation early in the Campaign is unprecedented and has prepared us to launch Phase II of the Campaign as we set out to raise funds to meet our ultimate $25 million goal. In addition to surpassing the halfway mark in The Campaign for Providence, the year 2011 is noteworthy for an additional significant reason—Providence General Foundation achieved an all-time record of $9.1 million in new gifts and commitments. In fact, the Providence General Foundation raised more philanthropic support than any of the 27 other Foundations in the Providence system; and we were the most cost effective, as measured by the ratio of expenses incurred for each dollar raised. We sincerely thank each person who has contributed time, treasure and talent to the Providence General Foundation in the past year, making it our best ever. As you read through the pages of this report, we hope you will be as inspired as we are by the incredible and generous response of support from our community. This past year’s journey has been a remarkable one, and we look forward to the road ahead—together. Sincerely,

Randy Petty Chief Development Officer Providence General Foundation

Harv Jubie Chairman, Board of Directors Providence General Foundation

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Celebrating a

Milestone On June 14, 2011, Providence Regional celebrated the official opening day of the new Marshall and Katherine Cymbaluk Medical Tower. Every aspect of the facility—from the architectural design to the features that support innovative patient care—was inspired by the reputation of excellence for which Providence is known. This achievement required incredible commitment and investment on the part of many people and organizations, from all walks of life and from every corner of this region. Generous donors—individuals, charitable foundations and local businesses, and members of the Medical Center family, including employees, physicians and board members—joined together to support Providence Regional in creating one of the most advanced clinical facilities in the western United States.

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...something to behold.

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The 12-story, 680,000 square-foot Cymbaluk Medical Tower added the capacity for 240 inpatient beds, bringing Providence Regional’s bed count to a much-needed 491 patient beds. The expansion cost approximately $500 million including $60 million in new technology and equipment. This investment has produced a spectacular facility—a world-class workshop in which physicians and staff can continue to provide the award-winning care for which they are known. Providence Regional’s physical environment now matches the level of human skill, talent and compassion it has become known for. For people with medical conditions requiring an overnight stay, the Tower’s acute-care inpatient rooms offer comfort and clinical excellence to patients and their families. With 144 patient rooms, the Acute Care Department encompasses four floors of the Tower. These floors are organized into different specialty-care units, including cardiac telemetry, medical telemetry, neurotelemetry, stroke, neurosurgery, orthopedics and general surgery.

Spacious, predominantly private rooms offer integrated, leading edge safety and comfort features, sliding frosted glass doors, comfortable guest accommodations, and windows in both the patient room and bathroom. The Tower features state-of-the-art Surgical & Interventional Services that usher in an entirely new age of surgical capability and innovation. Four previously separate clinical units—Surgery, Interventional Radiology, Cardiac Catheterization Labs and Electrophysiology Labs—are located together in the Tower’s surgical suites. Rooms contain digital audio-visual equipment, so physicians can easily view their patient’s digital information, including scans, images, reports, data and more, via screens on the wall. In addition, the department is designed for patient and family privacy, with private pre- and post-op rooms with space for two family members, and sliding glass doors for added privacy.

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An entire floor in the Tower is devoted to Emergency Services. This department has 79 large, private treatment rooms and 60,000 square feet of space, all designed to help staff treat patients quickly, with minimal, if any, waiting time, and to keep patients and family members comfortable during their visit. Emergency Services includes dedicated treatment rooms for triage, major emergencies, secure holding and trauma cases. And thanks to its covered patient drop-off area and entrance, a dedicated ambulance entrance and rooftop helicopter pad, getting to Emergency Services is quick and easy at a time when every second counts.

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Whether patients are hospitalized in the Tower as inpatients, or visit the facility for routine imaging appointments, they have access to some of the most advanced digital imaging technology on the market today— including the world’s first high-definition, ultra-low-dose CT scanner. In fact, $20 million has been invested in the Tower’s imaging equipment alone. In addition to its advanced equipment, the Phil and Kelly Johnson Diagnostic Imaging Center has been designed for patients’ convenience, comfort and privacy. Imaging equipment is now also located right in Emergency Services. As a result, patients who require an X-ray or CT scan no longer need to move to another location for their exam.


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Reason to

Celebrate

June 7: Hour for the Tower Club employees were the first to toast to the new Tower. June 8: Archbishop of Seattle, The Most Reverend J. Peter Sartain, and Sisters of Providence participated in the official blessing of the new Tower.

During the first two weeks of June the new Medical Tower opened its doors for a community celebration. The Foundation hosted several events to express appreciation to the many donors who invested early in The Campaign for Providence with generous support and to unveil the Campaign donor wall. Among those donors, none would be more notable than Katherine and Marshall Cymbaluk, who stepped forward in January 2011 with an unprecedented $5 million commitment. Additional events were hosted throughout the week for employees, physicians and community leaders. The events finally culminated with a two-day open house welcoming the general public to experience the beautiful new Tower firsthand. More than 8,000 individuals helped celebrate the opening of the new Tower prior to its official opening day on June 14, 2011. 8 2011 Annual Report


June 12-13: Cardiac Surgeon Dr. Joseph Austin enjoys showing off some of the high-tech surgical equipment at one of the Community Open Houses.

June 14: Ribbon cutting marked the official opening day of the Cymbaluk Medical Tower.

June 9: Marshall and Katherine Cymbaluk and family celebrated the opening of the new Tower, named in their honor.

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Journey Continues The

Launching Phase II of The Campaign for Providence

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With immense and unprecedented support from the community, Providence Regional has made great strides toward transforming health care in the region. Beyond the Tower, needed upgrades and renovations are beginning on other parts of the campus, bringing all facilities to the state-of-the-art level that is necessary to raise the bar for health care in this region. While the finish line is in sight, it has not been reached yet. The total cost of Providence Regional Medical Center’s campus transformation—including the new Cymbaluk Medical Tower and the renovation and upgrade of other hospital facilities—is $500 million. Demonstrating a clear commitment to Everett and Snohomish County, Providence is providing $475 million—a substantial portion of this total cost. The Campaign for Providence seeks to raise the remaining, but especially critical $25 million balance. To raise $25 million is a tremendous undertaking—even in the best economic times. But with a proven plan and an army of dedicated volunteers, there was no doubt that it was possible. More than 70 community leaders, business owners, physicians and compassionate friends of Providence have come forward to serve on the Steering Committee for The Campaign for Providence, the largest fund-raising effort ever undertaken in the region.

One Step at a Time When presented with a challenging goal, the best approach often involves dividing the work into smaller, manageable parts. With The Campaign for Providence, efforts were directed into two separate phases, with the first phase now nearing completion. The Campaign for Providence Phase I — Laying the Foundation When the Campaign began in the fall of 2008, the Foundation first approached the people at Providence Regional’s core. They responded with extraordinary generosity. To date, the medical staff has contributed approximately $4 million; employees have given more than $1 million; and members of the Medical Center and Foundation Boards have donated more than $860,000. These members of the Providence family demonstrated their faith in the project, inspiring the next-closest group of supporters, the Medical Center’s established donors, partners and friends, to step forward with their own contributions. These donors, in turn, inspired additional giving among people in their own personal and business networks. More connections were forged and solidified, more donors were inspired to make their gift commitments, and the Campaign surpassed its halfway mark with more than $16.4 raised to date. Continued on following page...

Included in the Tower is a new, expanded Emergency Department

—a space larger than an NFL football field— designed to help staff treat more patients quickly, privately and with minimal waiting time. 2011 Annual Report

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The Tower is built. It was a huge accomplishment.

And we have a lot of momentum to carry us forward in the second phase of the Campaign.

The Campaign for Providence Phase II — An Ever-Widening Circle

are enthusiastic about stepping up to make their own contribution.”

Moving into the second phase of the Campaign, help from volunteers to broaden the reach of the Campaign is crucial to its success.

Bob Leach, the other co-chair of the committee, says one of the committee’s primary jobs in Phase II is to identify people who haven’t had the opportunity to learn about this Campaign and invite them to invest in the project.

Central to this work are the members of the Campaign’s Major Gifts Committee— community leaders focusing on securing gifts ranging from $25,000 to $250,000. Doug Bell, one of the co-chairs of the Major Gifts Committee, says the people in the community that his team has approached are very receptive and supportive of this project. “People understand the importance of this effort,” he says. “The Tower is built. It was a huge accomplishment. And we have a lot of momentum to carry us forward in the second phase of the Campaign.” “As we go out and make contact with people in the community, they see the tremendous investment in what’s been done and they’re impressed,” he says. “They understand that the community is a partner with the hospital in this project, and they

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“We’re reaching out to people who have an interest and appreciate the impact of this tremendous project, but maybe have not yet been formally asked to participate,” Bob says. “I believe that is what’s most special about this next phase.” “We’re talking to people who perhaps have not historically contributed to the hospital, but we’re finding that they are very responsive when given the opportunity to tour the new facility and hear our story,” Bob adds. “Their response is deep gratitude for this level of healthcare excellence, and most want to help us reach the finish line by personally investing in the hospital’s mission.”


Halfway through The Campaign for Providence, the journey continues. Campaign volunteers Doug Bell (left) and Bob Leach (right)

stand in an unfinished area of the Tower, earmarked as acute care rooms reserved for future expansion.

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Heart Campus

The of the

The Tower, standing tall on the Colby Campus, is the cornerstone of Providence Regional’s transformation. Shortly after the new facility’s completion, a number of complementary projects added additional amenities and features to complete the transformation of the full campus into a 21st century healthcare facility. At the heart of the now expanded campus, a unique and welcoming “Main Street” unites the clinical facilities and creates a central hub on campus. These amenities are removed from patient care areas but conveniently located to serve as a place where employees, physicians, visitors and family members can meet, take a break and access services they need during their time on campus.

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The new concourse is located in the former Emergency Department space and includes the following amenities. A new café provides a varied menu and convenient meal choices. Food stations offer world cuisine, home-cooked favorites, and various quick options for those who need to eat on-the-run. An inviting dining area serves as a relaxing setting for taking a break from a busy day. A contemporary new chapel, named Ascension Chapel, seats 75 and offers a central place of healing and reflection for patients, visitors, staff and physicians. Unique features of this space include a stained glass window preserved from the original chapel at Providence Hospital in Seattle, and a beautiful altar, tabernacle, lectern and holy-water font handcrafted by a local artist.


A full-service retail pharmacy replaces the existing pharmacy in the adjacent Medical Office Building. This facility provides patients and their families—as well as staff members—a convenient place to pick up prescriptions or over-the-counter medication and sundries. A new gift shop offers an expanded array of merchandise for anyone who needs to buy a gift while they are on campus. The new space is almost twice the size of the former gift shop. As in the past, proceeds from gift shop sales benefit the Providence General Children’s Association, and organization made up of volunteers who raise funds for the healthcare needs of children in our region.

Building A Bridge A new sky bridge now links the Cymbaluk Medical Tower and the original hospital with the 1717 Building which houses the Providence Regional Cancer Partnership and the Providence Medical Group Cranial, Spine and Joint Clinic. This bridge serves a critical role in connecting various centers of care on campus. Patients and staff now can move quickly from one corner of the campus to another, without being exposed to the weather or having to cross a busy street.

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Landmark Giving

Special Mid-Campaign Donor Update Listed here are individuals, medical groups, organizations, corporations and foundations who have contributed $5,000 or more to The Campaign for Providence since its beginning in 2008. These early gifts and commitments represent $16.4 million—an extraordinary outpouring of generosity in Phase I of the Campaign. With the Cymbaluk Medical Tower now open to this growing community—the hope is that even more people will be grateful for this valuable resource and be inspired to invest in this tremendous project during the second phase of the Campaign. Premier Patron $5,000,000 or more Marshall & Katherine Cymbaluk

Distinguished Patrons $1,000,000 to $4,999,999 The Everett Clinic Phil & Kelly Johnson North Sound Emergency Medicine Providence Regional Medical Center Employees

Grand Patrons $250,000 to $999,999 Harvey & Lillian Bernhard Gordon & Carol Bjorg Harv & Jan Jubie Larry & Linda Jubie Providence General Children’s Association Radia, Inc., PS 16 2011 Annual Report

Steve & Jo Saunders Arthur Schroeder, Jr. The Tulalip Tribes Waterman Medical Foundation

Gold Patrons $100,000 to $249,999 Richard & Judy Boyden Everett Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgical Associates Donna Johnson Steve & Carol Klein Dwayne & Rosemary Lane Ross & Mary Jane Miller Providence Medical Group Hank & Donna Robinett The Skotdal Family

Silver Patrons $50,000 to $99,999 CellNetix Pathology & Laboratories Gamut 360 Holdings, LLC: Robert & Lizbeth Dobler Bruce & Cynthia McKinnon The Goldfinch Family Mayor Ed & Andi Hansen Jim & Ann Hayes Mike & Pat Holcomb Kimberly-Clark Beverly Miller Northwest Washington Radiation Oncology Associates The Rodland Family Ralph & Shirley Schapler Fredric & Jo Anne Sjoholm Sparling Suskin Foundation


Leadership $10,000 to $49,999 Don & Shirley Ayres Bob & Margaret Bavasi Dr. Earl & Isabel S-K Beegle Douglas & Elizabeth Bell Dr. Eugene Bond Ruth & Paul Brandal Richard & Mary Brannon Denny & Darlene Brawford Dave & Laura Brooks Tom & Jane Collins Dr. Jack & Marilyn Courrier Bill & Patty DeGroodt John & Julie Dickson Bill & Bev Dobler Robert F. Downey Employee Community Fund of Boeing Puget Sound Nancy Erdmann Estate EverTrust Foundation Bill & Sheri Feeney Bill & Katie Finley Dr. Jim & Mary Lou Finley John & Anne Fletcher Joel & Mary French Joel & Suzanne French Jim & Jan Gaffney Tom & Sue Gaffney Kathleen Gutierrez Ben & Florence Hansen Jamie & Kathy Hunter Sean & Lisa Kelly John Jay Kenagy, PhD & Yorman Daza Paul & Nancy Kniest Tom & Kjersti Lane The Robert & Kathleen Leach Family Dr. Richard & Kay Lyons Dr. Cynthia Markus David Mast Bill & Jean Messner Harry & Jeanne Metzger Family John & Ellen Middleton Barry & Charie Miller Bruce & Jan Miller Hugh & Jackie Minor Henry & Sandi Newton Dr. J. Patrick & Rhonda Nolan Rock & Maggie Peterson

Randy Petty & Tai Le Don & Dottie Piasecki Puget Sound Kidney Centers Darren & Deanna Redick Matt & Keely Reinhard Brad & Lynnette Roberson Randy & Debbie Roberts Bill & Susie Rucker Bob & Barbara Sampson Dr. Larry & Sheryl Schecter Preston & Jill Simmons Spektamur Agendo Foundation Dr. Tracy & Patti Spencer Tom & Rosie Stiger Stillaguamish Tribe Ken & Jan Stone Caryl Thorp Western Washington Medical Group Department of Critical Care Western Washington Medical Group Department of Gastroenterology Mark & Kim Williams Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects, LLP

Partners $5,000 to $9,999 Dr. Frank & Jan Andersen Dr. Lee & Francine Argue Jerry & Michelle Arneson Robert & Jennifer Bayersdorfer Sheila Bleakney & Geoffrey Bedell Dr. Herb & Karen Berry Carolyn Bodeen Paula Bradley & Family Tom & Sally Brennan Geoff & Caroline Brown Dr. Katherine Bumstead Cory & Gigi Burke The Burris Family Clayton & Judith Canfield Kenyon Chan, Ph.D. & Shirley Hune, Ph.D. The Conforth-Rodriguez Family Don & Lynda Denison Dr. Bill Dickinson & Family Dr. Virginia Eschbach Mike & Maggie Faulkner

Judy & Dallas Ferrel Dr. James M. Geier & Janet Hamilton Dr. Art & Peggy Gerdes Dr. Randall Gould Dr. Steven & Stacee Grant Dr. Clayton & Barbara Haberman Andy & Kaye Hall Dr. Jeffrey & Eileen Hambleton Rod Hanna, DVM, PHD & Julie Zarn Todd & Lolly Hofheins Michelle James & Family Dr. Ellen Kim Curt Kwak Dr. L. Albert Labib & Dr. Salwa R. Labib Greg & Kathleen Lawson Dr. Seunghyun Lee Dr. Patris Marandi Matthew & Anne Masterson Bud & Laurie McIrvin Dr. Thomas & Marilyn McNamara Dr. Tim & Judy McNamara Jason & Caitlin Moulding Dr. Deborah Nalty Dr. Beena Morris Dr. Eileen Olinger & John Halpin Paul & Carol Onerheim Tom & Bonnie Ronan Dr. Tony & Kathie Roon Chas & Judy Roudebush Cheryl Sackrider Tim & Carla Serban Dr. James & Melody Sheahan Jeff & Heather Shelby Chris & Shirley Sievers Dr. David & Abbie Stewart Vic & Wendy Turner Lori Vocca Wenta-McGovern Family Eric & Wendy Werttemberg Matt & Vicki Wonser Dr. Gerard & Elizabeth Wygant This listing reflects commitments received prior to May 1, 2012.

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Preparing for the

Road Ahead The Expanding Role of Education to Equip Clinicians

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When the new Cymbaluk Medical Tower opened last year, it freed space in the existing Colby Campus for Providence Regional to relocate its Patient Simulation Unit— known as the Sim Unit—into a new, larger, permanent location. The Unit consists of a simulated hospital wing, equipped with a nursing station and six patient rooms that contain the same equipment and technology found in active patient rooms in the Medical Tower. Some of the Sim rooms even contain computerized patient mannequins that have a heartbeat, respiratory system, blinking eyes and other lifelike anatomical features.


Simulation Saves Lives The Sim Unit’s relocation and expansion marked a new era in the advancement of medical education at Providence Regional. It offers a unique and valuable means for doctors, nurses and clinicians to learn new skills, as well as to maintain competence in high-risk techniques that they do not encounter with great frequency in their day-to-day work.

The Sim Unit and its Mission At Providence Regional, the Sim Unit offers clinicians a hands-on, near-reality experience that can improve clinical performance and decision-making skills. This type of training can reduce the risk of errors during actual patient encounters. In a nutshell, simulation offers advantages of increased patient safety, quality improvement and “cemented” behavior change through reinforced learning. At Providence, the Sim Unit is most commonly used for student training, general nurse orientation, competency training, emergency and medical-surgical residency programs, IV therapy training, Advanced Cardiac Life Support training and first responder drills. The repetitive hands-on process of simulation helps cement the muscle memory involved in these techniques for improved recall and application in real-life scenarios. In an ongoing collaboration with Everett Community College, nursing students from various educational levels also use the Sim Unit to learn and practice their nursing skills and critical thinking. And in an effort to put this resource to use for education in the wider community, the simulation mannequins and other elements of the Unit are regular features at community health clinics and health fairs, where they are used to demonstrate potentially life-saving techniques such as CPR, as well as a wide range of health and medical information, to kids and adults in the general public.

Funding Simulation for Patient Safety In 2010, the Singh Family Fund for Patient Safety and Quality was established to support programs and initiatives that advance patient safety at Providence Regional. The fund, named in honor of Mr. Paramjit Singh, was seeded with a $2.1 million gift from the Medical Center and will be used toward development of programs that promote patient safety, quality and patient-family centered care. The Singh Family Fund for Patient Safety and Quality was instrumental in the development of the Sim Unit, providing $150,000 in 2011 to help underwrite the costs associated with the operation of the Unit’s six simulation rooms and education programs.

Nursing residents who are recent Registered Nursing graduates are regular visitors to the Simulation Unit, as they take advantage of the hands-on, risk-free learning opportunity that medical simulation provides. In 2011, one nursing resident in particular used her fresh, simulationgained knowledge to great effect. The day’s lesson: recognizing the indicators for and managing patients with sepsis, a serious blood infection. The resident and her fellow nurses conducted history and physical exams on the mannequins, assessed their “patients’” current condition, and evaluated lab criteria that can indicate a high risk for sepsis. The timing of this lesson proved to be invaluable. The next day, on duty at the hospital, this nursing resident single-handedly detected sepsis in one of her patients. It was an impressive accomplishment for a newly graduated nurse still making the transition from student to professional—and just one example of the way simulated learning can translate to improved safety and outcomes for patients at Providence Regional.

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Jean McMahon and Tom Smith, MD, chairs of the 2011 Epicurean Affair.

Safeway Stores donated $50,000 at the Silvertips 2011 Pink the Rink event in October.

Annual Epicurean Affair Celebrates 25th Year

Pink The Rink with the Silvertips on October 21, 2011

In celebration of the Epicurean Affair’s 25th anniversary, 200 guests gathered on March 8, 2011, at Anthony’s HomePort Restaurant in Everett for an evening filled with excellent food, wine and fun activities. Chaired by Dr. Tom Smith and Jean McMahon, the event raised more than $100,000 for programs at the Providence Regional Cancer Partnership. Budd Gould, owner of Anthony’s, was also awarded the inaugural Epicurean Affair Budd Gould award for his 25 years of supporting the community. Thank you to Anthony’s HomePort, the guests and event sponsors, including signature sponsor The Everett Clinic, for their generous support.

For the third year in a row, the Everett Silvertips partnered with the Providence General Foundation to ‘Pink the Rink’ and raise support for the Providence Comprehensive Breast Center. Players wore limited-edition pink jerseys that were later signed and auctioned at the Pink the Rink event. A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales, auction items and other fun activities was directed to provide free mammograms for women in need. This year’s event raised nearly $80,000, a large portion coming from a generous $50,000 donation from local Safeway stores.

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Shirley and Don Ayres, chairs of the 2011 Festival of Trees.

The Everett Golf & Country Club Women’s Golf Tournament (top) and Columbia Funding Mortgage’s Run of the Mill (bottom).

Festival Of Trees Raises More Than $600,000 for Children’s Services

Support for Providence’s Cancer Programs

This past year’s Festival, November 29 to December 3, will be remembered as the one that “sparkled.” With Festival Chairs Don & Shirley Ayres leading the way, the event took on a classy, modern look. The rooms were draped in white with cool blues, silvers, hints of cranberry—and lots of sparkle. As always, the elegant trees were the center of attention as tree designers outdid themselves once again. Throughout the four-day event more than 4,000 people made their way through the Everett Comcast Arena to experience the beautiful trees and holiday décor. A big thank you goes out to title sponsor Mortenson Construction, lead sponsors Premera and Radia, Inc., and the many generous supporters, volunteers and guests who helped make the 2011 Festival a success.

The women of the Everett Golf and Country Club teed off for their 34th annual fundraising tournament in the spring of 2011. The event raised more than $14,000 for the Linda Baltzell Cancer Patient Assistance Fund. This was the 14th year the group golfed in support of the fund, bringing the cumulative total raised for local cancer patients in need to nearly $175,000. In July 2011, runners took to the streets in the Columbia Funding Mortgage’s Run of the Mill 5K race to help support area cancer patients. The event raised $8,000 for the Linda Baltzell Cancer Patient Assistance Fund. A sincere thank you to the organizers and participants from both of these local events for helping make such a significant impact on area cancer patients in need.

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2011

Financial Overview

Support from the Foundation to Providence Regional Medical Center Cancer Partnership Capital Campaign

$1,427,337

Cancer Services Programs (i.e. Patient Navigator Program)

$23,082

Children’s Programs (includes Children’s Center)

$93,250

Comprehensive Breast Center & Mammogram Assistance

$34,512

David J. Stewart Cardiovascular Education

$30,031

Diabetes Education & Prescription Program

$2,964

Gastrointestinal Diagnostic Equipment Enhancements

$82,500

Hands on Healing Program

$15,095

Heart & Vascular Institute

$4,214

Helping Hand Employee Assistance

$5,500

Linda Baltzell Cancer Patient Assistance

$15,437

Nursing Education

$7,500

Other Hospital Programs and Services

$7,472

Patient Care Tower Capital Campaign

$251,105

Pediatric Unit Capital Project

$22,000

Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic

$54,937

Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic Integrated Mental Health

$71,834

Singh Family for Patient Safety & Quality

$155,000

Total: $2,303,770

Support to the Local Community The Daily Herald for Patients

$26,536

Cardiac Level 1 Network Heart Attack Education

$38,740

Miscellaneous Community Programs

$14,000

Total: $79,276

Total support provided to Providence Regional and our Community in 2011: $2,383,046

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$ 9,072,875 $ 6,549,017 $ 1,930,153

$ 4,821,811

$2,930,828

$4,426,959 $1,391,911

$979,625

$1,460,840

$2,648,315

Total New Gifts & Commitments by Year

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Providence General Foundation achieved an

all-time record of $9.1 million in new gifts and commitments in 2011.

Assets Cash & Equivalents

$2,010,783

Net Pledge Receivables

$8,652,422

Investments $12,115,138 Trusts & Split Interest Agreements

$1,398,359

Total: $24,176,702

Liabilities & Equity Grants Payable Trusts & Split Interest Liability Fund Balances Net Income

$40,140 $770,109 $18,157,138 $5,209,315

Total: $24,176,702

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2011

Individual

Corporate Donors Thank you to all who donated financial resources, time and energy to Providence General Foundation. Your support contributes greatly to transforming health care for our community.

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The individuals and organizations listed in this section reflect only new gifts and commitments received from January 1, 2011, through December 31, 2011. This does not include payments made on pledges recognized in previous years. The Foundation strives to ensure accuracy in this listing and requests any errors or omissions be brought to our attention by contacting the Foundation office at (425) 258-7500.

$1,000,000 and above Marshall & Katherine Cymbaluk Phil & Kelly Johnson $250,000 to $999,999 Harvey Bernhard Gordon & Carol Bjorg $100,000 to $249,999 Rich & Judy Boyden Dwayne & Rosemary Lane Estate of Elizabeth Piestrak Hank & Donna Robinett Art & Marianne Skotdal

$25,000 to $99,999 Don & Shirley Ayres Richard & Mary Brannon Employees Community Fund of the Boeing Company EverTrust Foundation Joel & Suzanne French Jim & Jan Gaffney Tom & Sue Gaffney Gamut 360 Holdings, LLC Ed & Andi Hansen Paul & Nancy Kniest Tom & Kjersti Lane Bob & Kathy Leach Dr. Richard & Katherine Lyons Bill & Jean Messner Jeanne Metzger Northwest Washington Radiation Oncology Associates Rock & Maggie Peterson Don & Dottie Piasecki Matt & Keeley Reinhard Randy & Debbie Roberts Buzz & Carol Rodland Bill Rucker Ralph & Shirley Schapler Sparling

Tom & Rosie Stiger The Safeway Foundation Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects, LLP

$10,000 to $24,999 Doug & Elizabeth Bell Premera Blue Cross Eugene Bond, M.D. Denny & Darlene Brawford Annette Colombini Bill & Bev Dobler The Everett Clinic Everett Golf & Country Club/Women’s Division Joel & Mary French Tim & Tania Halladay Rick & Julie Hermanson Kimberly Clark Dr. Hugh & Jackie Minor Henry & Sandra Newton Shirley & Eldon Nysether Premera Blue Cross Radia Inc., PS Brad & Lynnette Roberson Idamae Schack

$2,500 to $9,999 Michael & Stephanie Abbott Vern & Stephanie Allen American Life Inc. Dr. Frank & Jan Andersen Dr. & Mrs. David Atkins Bank of America Bob & Margaret Bavasi Robert & Jennifer Bayersdorfer Beighle Family Foundation Dr. Herb & Karen Berry Dr. David & Janelle Beyer Botesch Nash & Hall Architects Dr. James Brevig & Meredith Gould Dave & Laura Brooks David & Shirlene Brown Cory & Gigi Burke

Brent Castano CellNetix Pathology & Laboratories Coast/ Sperry Van Ness Real Estate Services Crothall Marv & Susan Crum Diamond B Constructors Inc. Mike & Cathy Dire Kim Dotson Robert Doyle Dwayne Lane’s Chrysler Jeep Dodge Chevrolet Jaime Erickson Tom Fairbanks Michael & Maggie Faulkner Dr. Jim & Mary Lou Finley Fluke Corporation Frontier Communications Fredrick Frowner Dr. James M. Geier & Janet Hamilton Joel Gilbertson Andy & Kaye Hall Nik & Janice Halladay Mike & Heidi Harder Hermanson Company Todd & Lolly Hofheins Jamie & Kathy Hunter Institute for Family Centered Care Gayle Jago Harv & Jan Jubie Larry & Linda Jubie Dr. Ernest & Debra Kawamoto Sean & Elisabeth Kelly Mark & Gina King Klein Honda Andrea Leighty Todd & Jessica Madison Nancy McNally Dr. Timothy & Judith McNamara Merrill Gardens Molina Healthcare of Washington Marjorie Moore Moss Adams Marcella Nicol 2011 Annual Report

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2011 Individual & Corporate Donors Vickie & Mark Nysether Edmund & Glenda Oas Opus Community Foundation Our 365 Elizabeth Pacely Pacific Gynecology Specialists Nyabuony Palek Joe & Charlie Pignataro Tony & Susie Pignataro Dr. Martin & Mary Pointon James & Margaret Potocsnak Premera Blue Cross Providence Health & Services Puget Sound Kidney Centers Road Pictures, Inc. Rodland Toyota Chas & Judy Roudebush Roy Robinson Chevrolet Subaru Run of the Mill Rural Metro Ambulance Dr. Pat & Denise Ryan Dr. Larry & Sheryl Schecter Merrill Lynch The Seneca Real Estate Group Jeff & Heather Shelby Chris & Shirley Sievers Snohomish County Dental Foundation Sodexo Somnia Sparling Christine Steele Dr. David & Abbie Stewart Dr. Charles Sturgis Scott & Cindra Syverson Maricres Talley The Tides Center The Tulalip Tribe David Tsung Vic & Wendy Turner Union Bank Spark & Cheryl Van Winkle VECA Electric Wells Fargo Bank Western Washington Medical Group Dr. Marcia Wharton Whidbey Island Bank

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Larry & Tina Wilson Brian Wright Julie Zarn

$1,000 to $2,499 Abbatare Inc. Dr. Paul Abson Brandon Ackley Vickie Ahmann Deanna Allen Rhonda Andal Patrick and Denise Barry Oliver Batson Sharon Beatty Gordon & Donna Bjorg Ruth & Paul Brandal Lauri Burke Joanne Burke Mike & Patti Butler Raelynn Canell Starret Carless Brett & Kendra Carlton Kathryn Carterman Mike & Stephanie Castle Marilynn Churchill Ken Clay Wendy Coffman Community Health Plan of Washington Keith & Valerie Conti Dr. Kim Costas & Darius Schneck Mark Coughenour Bruce Craig Janice Creameans Jeff & Jodie Cymbaluk Bill & Patty DeGroodt Paul & Bonnie DeLong Nancy Divers Terry & Cheryle Earnheart Electrical Industry LMCC Jerry & Julie Elkington Everett Sertoma Club Bill & Sheri Feeney Bob & Shirley Ferguson Linda Filippi First Choice Health Network, Inc. Sandy Forman Mark Garm Geoff & Kathy Gibbs Crystal Gilbert Amrik & Harnit Gill Geoff & Carlene Goldfinch Budd & Kathy Gould

Dan & Shana Gutierrez Paul & Jami Hagman Nancie Hassenfratz Ward Hinger Shawn & Kathie Hoban David & Gayle Holland Stuart Holmes Sylvia Horsch Dan & Sue Huberty Peter & Shanley Johndrow James Johnson Fontelle Jones Luther & Dee Johnson Peter & MaryKay Knehr Kevin & Christy Kosche Jack & Gail Larson Judge J. Robert Leach & Vickie Norris Roger & Linda Lervick John & Julie Lienhard Jeff Lippens Gavin & Angie Loth John & Ellen Middleton Mia Miley Ross & Sue Miller Ross & Mary Jane Miller Connie Mitchell Virgil & Mary Morgan Dale Morris Jason & Caitlin Moulding Mountain Pacific Bank Dr. Bob Munoz Tricia Nelson Dr. Nancy & Larry Neubauer Elizabeth Newland Dr. Michael Nuefeld Susan O’Connor Prilliman Paul & Carol Onerheim Rick & Diane Pedack Pediatrix Medical Group Randy Petty & Tai Le Providence Regional Medical Center Everett Administration Providence General Children’s Association Providence Health & Services Accounts Payable Dept. Providence Health Plans Pat & Kristie Putnam Lydia Robertshaw Patricia Rojas Ed & MariLana Rubatino Dr. Elie & Heidi Saikaly


Dr. Scott & Kristin Schaaf Randy & Robin Schemkes Deborah Sibolski Preston & Jill Simmons Butch & Shelley Smith Dr. Thomas Smith & Jean McMahon D.W. Spencer Rebecca Stadnek Greg & Charlene Steinhauer Dean & Chris Stensby Trevor Stewart Paul & Tracey Stone Nicole Sturgeon Gary Tomlinson Tim & Cinnie Tomlinson Wallace & Karen Trana Transcend Twin City Foods Kiely Walls McKenzie Warren Paula Webster Brian Westerlund Kim & Mark Williams Donna Wirt Elmer & Kathleen Yoder Carrie Young Sandy Ziemer

$500 to $999

Monti & Maryanne Ackerman Louise Anderson Samuel Armstrong Mike & Sandra Bartlett Sylvia Bauman Ardelle Beauchamp Patricia Beginski Judy Bekker Dr. Russell Beckley Robert Bibb Letticia Bonet Chauncey Boyle S.P. Tom & Sally Brennan Marcy Brown Jude Bulman Lisa Cagle Elizabeth Caldwell Laurie Carlson Coastal Community Bank Eric Cobbs Sandra Condon

James Congdon Chris Cook Wes Cugnet Charles Daly Pam Daniels Dr. Harold Dash & Victoria Romero John & Julie Dickson Peggy Elenbaas Dr. David & Louise Erickson Steve Erickson Dr. Virginia Eschbach Susan Farden G. Douglas & Robin Ferguson Robert Ferguson Debbie Finch Dr. Bill & Katie Finley Foundation of the American College of Healthcare Cassie Franklin Tom & Patty Freeburg Carol Gogarty Jack & Vicki Goodwin Randy Graybeal Jeff & Tracy Greene Alison Grim Kathleen Gutierrez Jeff & Eileen Hambleton Eileen Harper Dan & Val Harris Craig & Peggy Hartsburg Karl Hausmann Bryce Hausmann Karen Hibbert Sherri Hicks Catherine Hilton Mike & Pat Holcomb John & Lisa Hooper Mike & Debbie Hunsinger Stephen & Henrietta Jesmer Alan & Mary Johnson Naomi Katsh M.D. John Kenagy & Yorman Daza Janis Kinney Steve & Carol Klein Dr. Isabella Knox Kohl’s Joe & Rosalie Kosher Karen Laitinen Robert Lang Jeff Larkin Grant Larson Dr. William Larter Gregory & Kathleen Lawson Jubilee Le Steve & Christina Leffingwell

Joyce Lindell Lisa Link Tom Little Dr. Friedrich & Jane Loura Jennifer Lucas Lynnwood Motoplex Dale & Joyce Lyski Gretchen Maletich Mark & Paula Mantei Dan & Marian Martin Matthew & Anne Masterson Mike McDonald Ed & Beth Medema Desiree & Bill Mitchell Ray & Junie Moore Jeanne Morimoto Scott & Kippy Murphy Kristin Murphy David Neumann David Niekerk Linda Nightwood Connie Niva Dr. J. Patrick & Rhonda Nolan Dave & Holly Nottingham George Ott Becky Owensby Sammie Pancake Linda Pederson Carol Petersen Jim & Carla Phillips Jeff & Kathy Pittman Cary Politte Lori Prins Sharleen Puckett Patt Richesin Jennifer Ross Harmon Rulifson Cheryl Sackrider Sandhya Sargunar Donald & Angelita Saylor Kathie Schmelzle Laura Senter Linda Severs Ray & Mary Sievers Dr. Thomas Skalley Dr. Edward & Dori Slosberg Dr. Perry Soriano Tina Stensland Barbara Stimek Ken & Jan Stone Paige Taylor Temple Beth Or Karen & Jim Thompson Craig & Linda Thompson Edward Thornton Caryl Thorp

The individuals and organizations listed in this section reflect only new gifts and commitments received from January 1, 2011, through December 31, 2011. This does not include payments made on pledges recognized in previous years. The Foundation strives to ensure accuracy in this listing and requests any errors or omissions be brought to our attention by contacting the Foundation office at (425) 258-7500. 2011 Annual Report

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2011 Individual & Corporate Donors Don & Joyce Tisdel Randy Utt & Maddy Metzger Utt Anastasia Utu Vitalstim Inc. Mark & Kim Wagner Dr. Luke Walker Michael & Laurie Walsh Scott Washburn James & Magalen Webert Becky Weiderstrom Dr. Stephen & Debbie Wescott William West Kenneth & Kathleen Weston Connie Wittren Vicki Wright Dr. Liam & Liza Yore Jim & Phillippa Yowan Dr. David & Kathleen Zunkel

Gifts under $500 Dr. Earl Aalseth ABC Special Event Rentals by Cort Dr. Steven & Diane Adam Dr. Jeffery Adams Elizabeth Ainsley Chris Albrecht Matthew & Paula Alice Wayne Alkire Dr. Doug & Jan Allderdice Brent Allen Muriel Allen Robert Allen Sherry Allen Ann Almli Ann Marie Alton Julie Amdal American Shipping Group Wilhelmina Amlag Joyce Andersen Victor & Joann Andersen Becky Anderson David Anderson Don & Vivian Anderson Jack & Margaret Anderson Josie Anderson Paul Anderson Ruby Anderson Susan Anderson Terry Anderson Francis Andrews Victoria Aplin Paul & Rebekah Arends Melissa Armstrong Eileen Arrington Denney Austin

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Scott & Jeanette Bader Justin Bailey Beverly Baker Judy Baker Bakers Services LTD Scott & Mary Kate Baker Chris Baltz Gladys Barahona Dr. Donald & Klara Barford Marie Baker Robert Barnard Sally Barnum Charles Barr Elizabeth Barson Mark Baughman Gary & Jan Baxter Robert & Tina Beam Beverly Beard Price Mary Pat Beardsley Ellen Beck Kim Bedier Dr. Earl & Isabel Beegle Helen Beeston Dr. Cheryl Beighle & Steve Schroeder Marilyn Bennett Robert & Jacquelyn Benoit Jody Benson Harry & Robyn Beresford Tonia Berg Gertrude Berman Librada Bernard Michael Berry Sharon Berry Richard Bertran Thomas Betz Nancy Bezzo Amanda Birkedahl David Bissell Marjorie Bissell Samson Blackwell Ryan & Ann Blakely Suzanne Louise Bliss Ruiz William & Elizabeth Bliven Jim Bloom Charles Bloomfield Gary & Audrey Blythe James & Donna Boggs James Boling Dr. Amy BonDurant David & Kelly Bonewitz John & Stepheny Bonner Nicole Boomer Scott Bosch Jilene Bosman George & Jan Bowen Marianne Bowie

Barbara Bowles Ken Bowman Robert Boyle Conard & Lois Brade Dennis Bradford Roger Bradt Bill Brady Lynne Brammer Duane Brandvold Kattrina Brannon Doreen Brazell Chris & Kerri Bresnan Margaret Bright James Brill Deborah Brinks Dan & Julie Brock Katy Brock Sylvia Lisman Broetje Amy Brooks Benjamin Paul Brown Geoff & Caroline Brown George Brown Kathy Brown Linda Brown Roger Brown Patricia Brust Robert Bryan Evelyn Brydon Barbara Bryenton Jennifer Bugni Tony Bundy John Burgess Sheryl Burke Dorothy Burnham E. Nancy Burns Gregory Burnside Mary Burpee Robert & Mary Bushdorf C.O.R.E. Group Overeaters Anonymous Dr. Gina Cadena Forney Julius Caesar Alice Cain Kelly Calabrese Lisa Caldwell Holly Call Deniz Campbell Amy Campbell Bandy Peggy Canell Carolyn Card Caprice Cardinal McCala Caren W. John & Susan Carl Michelle Carlson Cheri Carmean Katherine Carnegie Pat & June Carson


Rebecca Carter Susan Carter Patti Cartmill Cascade Centre Jerry Case Dr. E. Scott & Jane Casselman Gertrude Caudill Danica Chadwick Angel Chaffin Paddy Chamberlain Michael & Carol Champoux Carolyn Chapin Peter & Linda Chapman Rhonda Chapman F.W. Charles James Charlier Anthony Chiarello Donald & Sara Christensen Dennis Christison Donald Christopherson Yvonne Christos Jason Chudnofsky Lynne Clark McNamara Class of 1955 G.H.E. School of Nursing Pearl Classon Kevin Cleveland Austin Clouatre William & Shirley Cochinella Dr. B. Sharon Cole Emory & Molly Cole Kelly Cole Edgar Colebourn Bernice Coleman Jeanie Coleman John Collier Lisa Collins Connie Compean Dr. Dominic & Sonya Connolly Jenny Conor Brenda Cook Myra Cooley Heather Coon Virginia Cooper Robert Corson Jim Cortelyou Dr. Jack & Marilyn Courrier Jim Courrier Carolyn Coward Pamela Cox Stephen Cox Lynne Craig Eric & Janet Cramer

Lynese Cramer Donald Crews Linda & Clay Crippen Colleen Cronin Julie Cronk Norman Cross Dorothy Crossman Winifred Crowley Kathleen Crumley Mike & Jeannie D’Ambrosia Kara Dacquisto Tiffanie Daer Sarah Dahlbeck Dr. Stephen Dahlberg Whitney Dahlman Oeth Sandra Darnold Ken Davidson Gloria Davis Delilah Deatry William Deckard Jeff Decker Arthur & Grace Degroot Kathi DeJong Mike & Cathy Deller Jen DeLong & Joe Elenbaas Michael & Anne Dennis Michelle Desoto Charles Devine Victoria DeVine Marian DeVink Diane & John DeYoung Thomas DeYoung Staff of the Diabetes & Nutrition Department Theresa Diane Meg DiBucci Dr. William & Elizabeth Dickinson Robert Dickson Auverne Dieffenbach Juliann Dillhoff James & Linda Dippman Ernest & Patricia Dire Mary Dire Shannon Dirks Bob & Liz Dobler Jim & Diana Dodge Sandra Dollar Mark Donaldson Capt. George & Martha Dowell III USN Julie Drake Georgi Dubuque Mark & Kathy Duffy

Sr. Mary Duffy Benjamin Dumlao Lisa Dunn Angelika Durovchic Mary Webb Duryee Mike & Kristi Dutton Kirk Edlund Maurice Edlund Patricia Edson David Edwards Nancy Edwards Christine Egelstad Florence Egerton Jackie & Randy Eilert Kathy Elder Linda Elledge Sarah Elliott Patricia & Josephine Ellis Paul & Sandra Ellis Janet Elmore Solma Empinado Agnes Enge John Engel & Susan Reis Enrique Enguidanos Joachim Erdmann Barbara Erickson Rosemary Marchell Johnson Espe Suzanne Excalona Penny Fagerlie Nancy Farley Paul Farmer Guy Faubion Charles & Betty Faung Susan Favor Rick & Happi Favro Charles Fay Lisa Ferguson Jan Ferring Rich & Angela Fetro Dr. Samuel & Charlene Finn Carol Fisher Mary Fisher Grace Fisk Sally Fitzwilliam Rose Fleischmann John & Anne Fletcher Annette Flick Catherine Flowers Yeon Keong Foldenauer Cheryl Fontaine Jenny Ford Arthur & Beverly Forman Robert & Kathryn Forrester

The individuals and organizations listed in this section reflect only new gifts and commitments received from January 1, 2011, through December 31, 2011. This does not include payments made on pledges recognized in previous years. The Foundation strives to ensure accuracy in this listing and requests any errors or omissions be brought to our attention by contacting the Foundation office at (425) 258-7500. 2011 Annual Report

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2011 Individual & Corporate Donors David Fowler Susan Frank Mot Franklin Brian & Colleen Frauenholtz Virginia Freal Anne Marie Frisby Heather Fritts George & Barbara Frost Jill Frostenson Becky Fulcher Scott & Toni Fulcher Darrin Fuller Kimberly Fuller Craig & Lois Fullerton Tracy Fulton Mary Lou Gage John & Sally Galt Elba Gamez L. Ralph & Harriet Gamman Gregory Ganzkow D.D.S. Ruth Garner Katharine Garrett Vicki Gebow William & Joan Geiger Gary & Kathryn Gemar Dr. Jerold Gemar P.M. Gemperle Julianne George Susie Gerbing Sharyn Gerhardt John Gerike Dr. Bradlee & Sandra Gerrish Elizabeth Gibbs Ann Gibson Shirley Gibson Danny & Sharon Giger Walt Gillette & Saundra Cope Richard & Barbara Gilmore USN RET Shirley Glandon Michael Glaser James & Yvonne Glendenning Laurie Gober Jenae Goldfinch Michael & Kathleen Goodhew Scott & Nancy Gootee Cheryl Gordon Diane Gordon & Dr. Michael Koerner Lyle Gordon Michael Gorman Robert Gowdey Sarah Grady Robert & Evelyn Graef Amy Grannum Jeff Graves Susan Green

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Susan Green Greenwood Garden Club Norman Gregory Sally Greve Robert & Barbara Griffith Barbara Grimes Eileen Grimes Cheryl Grohn Sr. Mary Grondin William & Mary Grosse Daniel Grudin Betty Gruver Shellie Guimont Dr. Mark E. Gunning Joan & Paul Gurian Dave & Mary Guyer H & R Mechanical Systems Inc. Suzanne Habben Dr. Clayton & Barbara Haberman Lita Hachey Amanda Hacker Lyndy Hagerman Joanne Haglund Linn & Wynne Hagstrom James & Susan Haley Clinton Hall Patty Halstead Gregory & Valerie Hamada Walter & Ardis Hammen Sandra Hammer Steve Hammond Barb Haner Ben Hanich Patrick & Nicole Hankins Arthur & Margaret Hansen Dan Hansen & Leslie Hollenbeck Ben & Florence Hansen Michael & Kris Hansen Sarah Hansen David & Marilee Hanson Elaine Hanson Carl & Karen Hanson Augustina Harper Hascal, Sjoholm & Co. P.S. Stephanie Haskins Mike & Jean Hassenger Christine Hatcher Jeri Haubiel Roger & Maree Haug Michael & Angie Hawkins Paul Hawley John & Susan Hawley Beatrice Hayes Kathy Hayes Meyna Hebert Mabel Hegewald

Tanya Hegr Harland & Elizabeth Heil Kevin & Jody Heiser Pat & Rae Ann Henderson Robert & Kathleen Henderson Jerry Henebry Lloyd & Janice Henning Marlys Henry Richard Henshaw Sr. Lillian Hiatt Kim Hicks Ronald Hicks Denise Hidey Grace Hill Joan Hill Kathleen Hillis Jerry & Helga Hilson Kristie Hilson Dean & Janice Hiron Thomas & Margaret Hoban Cari Hocking Matt Hoffman Janine Holbrook Danny Holmes John & Helen Hopkins Cynthia Horne Al Houk Lauri Howat Jeri Howe Dennis & Diane Howell Patrick & Anneliese Howell John Howes Joanna Hoyt Kelly Hulin Theone Humphrey Julia Hurley Shari Huttner Joan Hynek Patricia Igo Imperial Court of Snohomish County Marjorie Ingram Dr. Michael & Barbara Ingram Investment Management & Trust Jill Christine Irwin Chaithra Iyer Brian Jackson Charlie & Maureen Jackson Gordon Jacobsen Larry Jacobson Raymond Jacobson Dr. Robert & Lola Jacobson Gloria Jacobucci Carina Jennings Sharon Jensen Christina Jinzo


Allison Johnson Bill Johnson Donna Johnson Elizabeth Johnson James Johnson Tom & Shirley Johnson Waino & Concetta Johnson William & Elsa Johnson Gene Johnston Stella Jones Susan Jorgensen John Journey William Journey Thomas & Sally Joy Cecelia Joyce Steven & Nancy Juntwait Dr. Barry Kahn Kathryn Kalmes Thelma Kane Paula Ann Katze Doris Keck Gerald & Edith Keenan Terry Keesee Arnold & Martha Kegel Dana Kelly Dr. Mary & Tom Kelly B.G. & E.C. Kennaugh Frazer Kennedy Bob & Brenda Kerr Sylvia Ketchley AnneMarie Killen Gall Gene Kinder Linda Kinder Lynda Kingman Les & Shirley Kirkendorfer Ray & Anna Lee Kirtley Deonna Klein Rory Klein Dr. James & Bobbi Klicpera Leroy & Donna Kloes Daren & Lori Kloes Herb & Susan Knudson Joyce Kobayashi Sharon Koch Valerie Koepnick Chuck & Charlotte Koerber Randolph & Kay Kolb Gloria Koll Keith Koonce Mary Koontz Blanch Kosche Raymond Kosiba Ksenia Kostenko

Panos & Toula Koutlas Claudia Krakora Dr. Ronald & Kelly Krueger Irina Kukhotskaya Susan Kukuk Paul Kulle Claudia Kusulos Dr. Roman Kutsy Drs. L. Albert Labib & Salwa Labib Jody Labissoniere Max Lach Marc & Jamie Lanegraff Sandy Lankhaar Mary Jane Larimer Barry & Jeanne Larson Kathleen Larson Russ & Patti Larson Somchai Larson Dianne Launceford Ross & Dana Laursen Tony Lavalle Gafar & Deborah Lawal Suzanne & Dennis Lawson Diana Leal Ellen Leander Ruth LeBrun Allan Lee Robert & Jackie Lee Sandra Lee Shannon Lefley Kalman & Alice Leichtman Bill Lemieux Don & Jo Levin Angie Lewis Don & Debbie Lewis Marcy Lewis Mary Lewis Jennene Licata Epp Liikane Charles & Audrey Lindborg Cheryl Linder Pauline Lindsey Gemma Lindsley Beld Effie Jo Lindstrom Gary & Kathleen Linger Fred Lipke Dr. Darren Little Dr. Brandon Liu Stephanie Lloyd James & Marianne Lockhart Karen Lohse Beslie Long

Sue Long Lois Longfield Phyllis Lont Marcena Lookabaugh Cheryl Lopez Norman & Nancy Lowery Stacy Lowry Oscar Lucas Thomas Lucas Marilyn Luckovich Sydney Lund Judy Lundgren Dan & Cindy Lykken Gladys Lynch Pat & Heather Lyon Shirley Lyons Dale & Marsha Lyski Valerie MacConnell Gail MacDonald Julie & Robert MacDougall Kari Mack Pearl Maddy James Madison Joelle Mahlum Anya Malakhova Don Mallett Daniel Malsom Joyce Mannon Fe Marave Kelly Mardesich Charlene Marks Mary Marks Sandy Marks Beverly Martin Donna Martin Judi Martin Leoma Martin Shona Martin Bruce & Joanne Martina Dr. Lucille Mason Jane Mathis Darrel & Pam Matthew Brandon Maus Jack Maxwell Carol McArthur Karen McCain Monica McCallie Joseph McCarthy Lori McCarthy Smith Ray & Merilyn McClure Marianna McConnaughey Kelly McCoy William McCredie

The individuals and organizations listed in this section reflect only new gifts and commitments received from January 1, 2011, through December 31, 2011. This does not include payments made on pledges recognized in previous years. The Foundation strives to ensure accuracy in this listing and requests any errors or omissions be brought to our attention by contacting the Foundation office at (425) 258-7500. 2011 Annual Report

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2011 Individual & Corporate Donors Ken McCumber Betty McDonald Kate McDonald Norman & Sarah McFarland Mee Yoke McGuire Dr. Burley McIntyre Jean McKay Judy McKee Glenice McKeon Mary McKibben Gerald & Lani McKinney Mike & Cindy McKinney Bruce & Cynthia McKinnon Ardie McLean Dr. Thomas & Marilyn McNamara Sally McPherson Christopher & Rachel Meade Marc & Mony Mehrotra Srs. Alexis Melancon & Patricia Glen Michael & Evelyn Melockoff April Merisko Kim Meritt Jeff & Christie Messmer Mildred Metzger Barbara Miars Ken & Marian Mickelson Richard & Kathleen Mickelson Greg & Lisa Middendorf Lyn Miletich Mill Town Credit Union Brien Miller Dr. Peter & Catrina Millikan Jenefer Mills Teresa Mills Jeanne Mitchell Jeannette Mitchell Jeffrey Mitchell Connie Miyata Mobile Country Club Social Activities Group Robert & Donna Moch Mary Mohr Linda Monroe Barry & Mary Moore Helen Moore Jeff & Renee Moore Tess Morales Lori Morgan Victor Morgan Bernard & Celine Morris Lea Mortelmans Ryan & Diane Mortenson Motor Trucks, Inc. Dorothy Moynahan Andrea Mulder

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James & JoAnn Mulligan Bill & Diane Mumaw Lucille Munro Art Murdock William & Mary Murdock Patricia Murray Bonnie Myers Jennifer Myslak Julee Nakamitsu Caldwell Leonard & Margaret Nash Navigate Marketing Julie Neal Susan Neal Christina Nelson Ellan & Warner Nelson France & Jay Nelson Lorraine Nelson Si & Lisa Newland George & Maribeth Newland Mark & Kim Newland Michael & Pam Newman Dorothy Nicholson William & Bonnie Nicholson Mary Alice Nickson Michelle Niesen Beverly Ferris Nightengale Brian & Diane Nitta David Niven Molly Nolan Molly Noland Hassan Noorbakhsh Beverly Norris Carla Norris Kathy & Brad Nysether Cheri O’Brien Stephen & Kate O’Brien Lawrence O’Donnell Dr. Kirstine Oh Kevin & Brea O’Keefe Bronwen O’Neill Maya Ojalehto Hiroko Okasaki Brad & Christine Oldfield Laurie Olliges Susan L Ollis Robert Olsen & Cheryl Kaminski Wayne Olson Hella Oppegard Gayle Ossenkop Faubion Wilda Oswald Elizabeth Otteni Mark & Kelly Outcelt Bob & Myrna Overstreet Rolf & Janet Oversvee Eric & Heidi Overton Judy Overton Margaret Overturf

Pacific Northwest Title Holding Company Pacific Topsoils, Inc. Dennielle Padgett Penny Page Clarice Palella Shean Parmalee Thomas Parrill Jania Parsons Dr. Marshall Partington Susan Patterson Jerry Patzer Leighann Pavek Dawn Pearson Duane & Lianne Pearson William & Kathy Pearson Gary Pedersen Daniel & Jean Pederson Gordon & Lyanne Peltonen Richard Perry Dr. Darwin & Dialine Petersen Amelia Peterson Darryl Peterson John Peterson Karen Peterson Lauren Peterson Mark Phelps George & Mollianne Pickett Tanya Pilchard Family of Francis Pinski Gail Piper T. Clyde & Judy Pitcher Bonnie Pittrof Paula Plummer Todd & Holly Pohland Nick & Chris Polifroni Joseph Polocz Pete & Aileen Poortinga Dale & Marion Pope Kim & Karie Porterfield Gwen Powers Mary Pratt Lynn Price Kerrie Priest Al & Cyndi Provost Kristie Qualls Judy Quill Roger & Joann Raduenz Thomas & Davis Rainville Zoran & Mirran Rajcic Marcine Rambo Jacqueline Ramos Rebecca Ransom John Rashford Angela Ratcliff Wanita Reader Darren & Deanna Redick


Nancy Reese Patricia Reeve Linda Reeves Dr. Susan Reis & John Engel Debra Rench Madeline Renkens Anita Renner Vicki Revord Dr. David & Rosie Reynaud Kristi Rhodes Stephen & Victoria Richter Kevin Riddell Meaghan Rideout Shauna Riley PA-C Michael & Barbara Ripp George & Carolyn Rippee Jacob & Mina Ritland Harvey & Mary Ritland Frank & Dorothea Roberts Dr. Joanne Roberts Nancy Robertson Jason Olsson & Christy Robicheaux Olsson Paul Robinett Kristi Robinson Sarita Rodenhizer Andrea Rodewald John Rodgers Betty Rodland Thomas & Bonnie Ronan Dr. Tony & Kathie Roon James & Patricia Roosma Richard Rose Andrea Rosen Kathleen Ross Anita Rossen William & Janis Rossiter Jerrien Rowe Linda Rucinski Phyllis Ruebush Cheri Russum Robert & Janice Ryder Mary Rygg Gretchen Saari Margaret Salmassy Bob & Barbara Sampson Mary Ann Sande Theresa Sanderson Julie Santos Gilbert & Janette Saparto Emma Savo Savory Tables Devin & Laurie Saylor Susan Schaefer

Arnold Schaffer Stokes Auction Group Jan Schlameus Stephen Schlotfeldt Jim Schmidt Mersedeh Schmidt Laurie Schock Edward Schoeler, Sr. Donna Schopp Stuart Schrader Renee Schrock Shelley Schubert Darlene Scott Susan & Dan Scott Vicki Scott Karen Scriver Security Electric, Inc. Senior AA Group Don Seresun James & Gretchen Shaffer Charles & Paula Shamoian Carmelita Shamon Surinder & Sawarnlata Sharma Dr. Dan & Jana Shaw Peggy Shea Kerilyn Sheppard Kathleen Shepro Rob Sherry James & Jan Shipman Mark Shissler June Shkurhan Jeff & Bree Sievers Judy Sievers Jocelyn Sievers Ryan Simmons Dan Simpson James & Barbara Sinclair Luann Sines Randall Sinn Nancy & Pat Sisneros Paula Skomski Janis Smevaag Donna Smith Jann Smith Kevin Smith Mary Smith Preston Smith Robert & Anne Smith Terryl Smith Richard & Susan Snyder Peter Sodt Doug & Nancy Soetaert Charles & Sharon Solem Heather Solverson

Shari Sommerfeld Ilse Spang Ron & Rita Spelhaug Doreen Spencer Charles & Elsie Stahl Valerie Stalsbroten Marilyn Stansbury Starbucks Accounting Department Robert & Sharon Steele Susan Marie Steele Margaret Steen Earl Stephens Andrea Stevens Kristi Stevens Louis & Jan Stevenson Todd & Gretchen Stiger June Street Timothy Stroh Kathleen Stuart Fierer Michael & Arlene Sullivan Sunday Morning AA Group Heidi Sutherland Leah Swanson Loretta Swanson Fred & Patricia Taucher Audry Taylor Elaine Teel Phyllis Teter George & Betty Tetrick Dennis & Sharon Thaut Angela Thayer Thomas Thayer The Bluffs Condo Association Laurel Thomas Rebecca Thomas Mark & Karen Thompson Arthur & Susie Thomson Tigers Paws and Maws Booster Club Irene Tilleson Eric & Christie Tipton John Tiscornia Gayle Tjersland Charles & TiAnna Tobin Irene Todaro Karen Todd Ingo Toll Kelly & Sheila Tolle Sally Townsan Robyn Townsend Dr. Charles & Joan Trask Tami Tregoning James & Mary Tremayne

The individuals and organizations listed in this section reflect only new gifts and commitments received from January 1, 2011, through December 31, 2011. This does not include payments made on pledges recognized in previous years. The Foundation strives to ensure accuracy in this listing and requests any errors or omissions be brought to our attention by contacting the Foundation office at (425) 258-7500. 2011 Annual Report

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2011 Individual & Corporate Donors Charles Tripp Kathryn Troll Glen & Ella Tuininga John Tullis Dr. Cedric & Ann Tuohy Richard Turko Karin Uhrich Anthony Underwood Dana & Diana Uplinger Kelly Ussery Valerie Valles Adam & Darla Van Winkle Tasha Vander Meer Fellows Gerald Vander Vate Arnold & Carol Vander Yacht Wesley & Jacqualyne Vander Yacht Carol Vandevanter Tom & Jude Vang Jon & Darbi Vangerpen Sunshine Vanover & Jarrod Kapus Deann Vanwinkle Joy Varady Gerald Vasquez Dianna Vedders Robert Vernon Reina Verzosa Deborah Vessey Calie Vick David & Lolly Victor Robert & Nanci Villareale Lindsey Visser Angel Vogt Howard Voorheis Lisa Votava Lorraine Voyles Richard & Merridee Vuori Gail Waitington Heather Waldow Carrol Walker Ryan Walker Fred Walser Richard Walsh & Alice Rolph Peggy Walton Skip & KayLynn Walz Ann Wang Dr. Xiaowen Wang Elizabeth Warner Dr. Chad & Caroline Warren Denise Wasilowski Toyoko Watanabe & JoAnn Hayes

Dawn Watson Patricia Watson Cynthia Weaver Rick Webber Bruce Webster Marie Webster Marilyn Wegley Gary & Carolyn Weikel John Weir Joseph Weller Mark & Cynthia Wellman Ken Wells Wells Fargo Ted & Teresa Wenta Rob & Michelle Wesselius Maria West William West Ken Westcott Norman Wetzel Eldon & Carolyn Wexler Brian Wheeler Allan & Janice White Lori White David & Sharon White Sharron White William & Anna White Dianne Whitman Miner Sabine Whitten Mary Wickert Gerald & Barbara Wigren Wildflower Cottage Jeffrey & Joella Willett Marcia Willett Dana Williams Helen Willis Jennifer Willows Lee & Shannon Wilner Cecilia Wilson Clyde Wilson Jack Wilson Joe & Cece Wilson Lori Wilson Kim Winston Will & Kathy Wisbeck Jane Wiseman Bob Wojcik Darryll & Elaine Wolfe Mark & Susan Wolken Gladys Wood Harry & Deborah Wood Ralph &Maribeth Woodall Dr. John & Betty Woods Mike Woodworth

Jeanette Woolman Cheryl Wright Rhonda Wright Chi Mei Y. Yang Randy & Joyce Yates Judith Yeakel YMCA of Snohomish County Claudine Yonke Donna York Karina Yoshiko Krista Young Lori Young Martha Young Abel Yzaguirre Amy Zacharias Matthew Zang Carol Zanzig Linda Zard Gary Zentner Diane Ziegler Michael Zimmermann Anna Zook Doug & Jean Zook

The individuals and organizations listed in this section reflect only new gifts and commitments received from January 1, 2011, through December 31, 2011. This does not include payments made on pledges recognized in previous years. The Foundation strives to ensure accuracy in this listing and requests any errors or omissions be brought to our attention by contacting the Foundation office at (425) 258-7500.

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In Honor of... Jackie Ashenbrenner Robert Allen John & Koko Carlson F.W. Charles Jackie & Randy Eilert Sally Fitzwilliam Dr. & Mrs. Jerold Gemar Les & Shirley Kirkendorfer Marc & Mony Mehrotra Robert & Anne Smith Richard Turko John Bennett Roger & Denise Bradt Tom Brennan Dr. Larry & Sheryl Schecter Dave Brooks Scott Bosch Dr. Larry & Sheryl Schecter Earlene Erickson Providence Regional Medical Center Everett Administration Sheri Feeney Dr. Larry & Sheryl Schecter Todd Hofheins Dr. Larry & Sheryl Schecter Salwa Labib Dr. L. Albert Labib Bob & Sue Macaulay Jeanie Coleman Jim & Diana Dodge Craig & Lois Fullerton Panos & Toula Koutlas John Weir

Ross & Mary Jane Miller Ross & Sue Miller Ellizabeth Nysether Shirley & Eldon Nysether Leira Jasper Nysether Shirley & Eldon Nysether Kevin “Pat” Parnell Benjamin Paul Brown Randy Petty Denney Austin Judy Roudebush Institute for Family Centered Care

Gary & Erin Vander Yacht Ruby Anderson Joanne Burke Snyder Sylvia Ketchley Valerie MacConnell Linda Nightwood Judy Overton Al & Cyndi Provost Nancy Reese Valerie Valles Arnold & Carol Vander Yacht Wesley & Jacqualyne Vander Yacht Cecilia Wilson Chi Mei Y. Yang Krista Young

Larry Schecter, MD Scott Bosch Preston Simmons Dr. Larry & Sheryl Schecter David Sirlin Joel & Mary French Dr. Tracy Spencer Harvey Bernhard Ashton St. John Gafar & Deborah Lawal Kevin Smith Ken Stone Dr. Larry & Sheryl Schecter Harry and Carol Stuchell Paul & Nancy Kniest Randy & Debbie Roberts

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In Memory of... Roger Anderson Louise Anderson Judy Quill Ethel Arrington Eileen Arrington

Cindy Bowers Gloria Jacobucci Theresa Sanderson Betty Broberg Stephen & Victoria Richter

William Baker Dr. Jack & Marilyn Courrier Don Mallett Henry & Sandi Newton Dr. Thomas Skalley Art & Marianne Skotdal

Timothy Brocato Eileen Arrington Geoff & Carlene Goldfinch

Diane Selia Baxter Gary & Jan Baxter Conard & Lois Brade Lynne Brammer Dorothy Burnham Mabel Hegewald Joan Hill Charles & Audrey Lindborg Linda Reeves Darlene Scott James & Jan Shipman

Bob Calhoun Carolyn Chapin Patty Halstead

Clyde Willis Benedict Anthony Underwood Deann VanWinkle Kim Blunt Cory & Gigi Burke Dr. Thomas Skalley Sharon Blunt Cory & Gigi Burke Dr. Eugene Bond Michael & Kathleen Goodhew Thomas Hutchinson Elizabeth Otteni Providence Regional Medical Center Everett Administration Dr. Thomas Skalley Dr. David & Kathleen Zunkel Judy Borgford George & Mollianne Pickett

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Ryan Brooks Amy Brooks

William Carpenter Doug & Betts Bell Dr. Thomas Skalley Thomas Critchfield, MD Thomas Hutchinson Stella Jones Arnold & Martha Kegel Dr. William Larter Dr. J. Patrick & Rhonda Nolan Wilda Oswald Dr. Darwin & Dialine Petersen Providence Regional Medical Center Everett Administration James & Gretchen Shaffer Dr. Thomas Skalley Elaine Teel Charles & Joan Trask Dr. John & Betty Woods Mary Ellen Donnellan Mary Jane Larimer Delores Dow Jacob & Mina Ritland Elsie Dubuque Kirk Edlund

Earl Dutton Don & Shirley Ayres Geoff & Carlene Goldfinch Hascal, Sjoholm & Co., P.S. Jamie & Kathy Hunter Scott & Kippy Murphy Robert Dickson William West Cecile Eberle Tom & Sue Gaffney Michael Eberle Tom & Sue Gaffney Billie Eichhorn Auverne Dieffenbach Billie Eickhorn Greenwood Garden Club Al Eidson Barbara Bryenton Georgia Elliott Robert Doyle Dr. Ernest Eytinge Ellen Beck Marjorie Bissell Dr. Jack & Marilyn Courrier Thomas Hutchinson Ellen Leander Dr. J. Patrick & Rhonda Nolan Dave Forman Arthur & Beverly Forman Roger & Joann Raduenz Keith S. Gilbertson Sr. Margaret Overturf John Gleadle Diane & John DeYoung Mildred Metzger Rod Goldfinch Eileen Arrington Doug & Betts Bell Mary Webb Duryee Art & Marianne Skotdal


Bud Haines Dwayne & Rosemary Lane Nancy Hall Audry Taylor Lee Handy Ray & Merilyn McClure Dr. Thomas Skalley Doreen Spencer Pieper Lynn Harrison Pearl Maddy Robert G. Hartman Grace Hill Clifford Hayden Ben & Florence Hansen Wanda Hayes Marie Baker Charlene Marks Patricia Henebry Dr. & Mrs. Earl Aalseth Wayne Alkire Don & Vivian Anderson Paul & Sandra Ellis Jerry Henebry Dean & Janice Hiron William & Kathy Pearson Phyllis Ruebush Susan Schaefer Bruce Hesla Georgi Dubuque Donald Hoerner Margaret Overturf Lowell Ingram Marilyn Bennett Jaycee Jones Sue Long Marge Kafer Dr. Thomas Skalley

Betty Klein Robert Barnard Ted Butzer B. G. & E.C. Kennaugh Richard Rose

Charles Newman H & R Mechanical Systems Inc.

Dr. Daniel A. Lagozzino Thomas Hutchinson

Toyel D. Niekerk David Niekerk

Marjorie Lervick American Shipping Group Anthony Chiarello Dr. Jack & Marilyn Courrier Mary Webb Duryee Kirk Edlund Maurice Edlund Panos & Toula Koutlas Ray & Merilyn McClure T. Clyde & Judy Pitcher Chris & Shirley Sievers Doreen Spencer Kathleen Stuart Fierer The Bluffs Condo Association Mark & Cynthia Wellman

Joan Bernadette O’Neill Starbucks Accounting Department

Charles Gerald Lindren Jr. Sandra Dollar

Orville Pettibone Jr. Leonard & Margaret Nash

Bob Long, Jr. Sue Long

Sheila Price Patricia Bilden

Darrell Luke Michael & Carol Champoux Sandra Lee Bill & Diane Mumaw

Barbara Ramsay Victor Morgan

Janet Mickelson Gene Johnston Ken & Marian Mickelson Richard & Kathleen Mickelson Julee Nakamitsu Caldwell Beverly Ferris Nightengale Susan & Dan Scott James Minard Norman & Shirley Cross JoAnne Moore Mark & Kelly Outcelt

Stephen Geoffrey Newton Robert & Donna Moch

George Ormsby Margaret Overturf Our Parents Dr. Herb & Karen Berry Mardy Paschke Eileen Arrington Red & DeDe Pederson Mobile Country Club Social Activities Group

Barbara Ramstead June Shkurhan Richard Reisner Thomas & Shirley Johnson Scott Allen Ruchty Shannon Dirks Charles Fay Lillian Hiatt Dr. William Larter Mr. & Mrs. Ken Westcott Carolyn & Roy Ruden Shirley Lyons

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In Memory Of... William John Shearer Mary Webb Duryee Geoff & Carlene Goldfinch Brenda Gustin Shelby Pamela Cox Stephen Cox Bill Shipp Mary Pat Beardsley Jennifer Simon Providence Regional Medical Center Everett Administration Ethel Skau Staff of the Diabetes & Nutrition Department Pearl Sommer Barbara Bryenton

Bertille A. Swartz Eileen Arrington Yoshiko Thornton Edward Thornton Delores Arvilla Utt Vickie & Mark Nysether Lowell Vangerpen Jon & Darbi Vangerpen Farilyn Vick Edgar & Ida Colebourn Claudine Yonke George R. Walsh Richard Walsh & Alice Rolph Lloyd Stanley Webster Somchai Larson

Laurie W. Steinberg Eileen Arrington

Maxine Wigdahl Palmer Class of 1955 G.H.E. School of Nursing

Janet Stephenson Doug & Betts Bell

Bill Williams Wayne Olson

Roy J. Stern Robert & Kathleen Henderson

Dick Williams Georgi Dubuque

Doris Stockholm Mr. & Mrs. F. Brandon Maus John Peterson Norman Stockholm Mr. & Mrs. F. Brandon Maus Robert Stonecipher Daniel Malsom Carol Stuchell Dr. Jack & Marilyn Courrier Dwayne & Rosemary Lane Thomas Skalley Victor Stull Providence Regional Medical Center Everett Administration

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Dennis L. Wilson Robert & Kathleen Henderson Michael D. Wolfe Lorraine Nelson Alice Wood John & Sally Galt Nancy Wood Dana & Diana Uplinger John Ziemer Dr. Doug & Jan Allderdice Dr. Cheryl Beighle & Steve Schroeder Gary & Audrey Blythe Jilene Bosman Virginia Cooper Eric & Janet Cramer Linda & Clay Crippen

Charles Devine Lisa Ferguson Carol Fisher Gary & Kathryn Gemar Joan & Paul Gurian John Journey William Journey Paula Ann Katze Janis Kinney Susan Kukuk Claudia Kusulos Jack Maxwell Joseph McCarthy Dr. Thomas & Marilyn McNamara Ellan & Warner Nelson Dorothy Nicholson Providence Regional Medical Center Everett Peter & Lucy Read Frank & Dorothea Roberts Kathie Schmelzle Donna Schopp Charles & Paula Shamoian Peter Sodt Kristi Stevens Sherryl & Ronald Talley The Everett Clinic Robert & Nanci Villareale Toyoko Watanabe & JoAnn Hayes Patricia Watson Bruce Webster Norman Wetzel Gerald & Barbara Wigren Sandy Ziemer


2011 In-kind Gifts Abbatare Inc. ABC Special Event Rentals by Cort Mr. Mitch Acevedo Act Theatre Adams Bench AEG Alaska Airlines Chris & Cathy Albrecht All Star Fishing Charters American Dance Studio American Girl Dr. Frank & Jan Andersen Anthony’s HomePort Restaurant Applebees Argosy Cruises Dr. Samuel & Elizabeth Armstrong Arnie’s Restaurant Arthur Murray Don & Shirley Ayres Judy Baker Lamont & Laura Beckner Ben Bridge Jewelers Sharon Berry Bethany Vineyard Winery Bob & Cathy Betz Gordon & Carol Bjorg Gordon & Donna Bjorg Jr. James & Susie Black Jennifer Bugni Mike & Patti Butler Holly Call Caruh Salon Spa Casa de Arboles CBS Radio/KMPS FM Century Ballroom Chateau Ste. Michelle Chihuly Studio Siouxan Christian Dr. James Congdon Crown Plaza Hotel Seattle Dacels Jewelers & Gallery Des Voigne Cellars Dr. William & Elizabeth Dickinson Dimitrious Jazz Alley Doggyhaven Resort Dream Dinners Terry & Cheryle Earnheart Edward D Hansen Conference Center Comcast Arena Jessie Elenbaas The Everett Clinic Vision Center Everett Silvertips Fairmont Olympic Hotel Dr. Jim & Mary Lou Finley Four Park Avenue Transportation Tom & Patty Freeburg

General Brushless Carwash Grass Roots Outdoor Specialty Ski and Snowboarding Great Wolf Lodge Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Guild 18 PGCA Hairforce Salon Nik & Janice Halladay Tim & Tania Halladay Catherine Hilton Holland America’s World Cruise Hotel 1000 Hotel Monaco Seattle Hotel Sierra Bellevue Jamie & Kathy Hunter Icicle Village Resort Image Source Inc. Imaging Services D Wing Inn at Langley Inn at Port Gardner Donna Johnson Jeff & Lisa Johnson Harv & Jan Jubie Sean & Lisa Kelly Lori & Daren Kloes La Conner Channel Lodge Jack & Gail Larson Le Visage Wellness Dr. Nancy Lellelid & Charles Wikman Jr. Leonetti Cellar Don & Jo Levin Don & Debbie Lewis Dr. Friedrich & Jane Loura Marqueen Hotel Maryhill Winery William & Karen McMahan Bill & Jean Messner Elizabeth Newland Northwest Fine Furnishings Mark & Vickie Nysether O’Neil’s Art Dr. Oliver & Mollie Ochs Oregon Shakespeare Festival Patagonia Pete’s Cabinet Shop, Inc. Don & Dottie Piasecki Wednesday Pollard Dale & Marion Pope Port Ludlow Resort PRMCE Board of Directors Providence General Children’s Association Providence Laboratory Staff Providence NICU Pat & Kristie Putnam QFC Roosevelt Quilceda Creek Vintners Rachel Brandzel Creative, LLC Nancy Reese

Murray Reid Dr. Susan Reis & John Engel Renaissance Seattle Hotel Residence Inn by Marriott Rich’s for the Home Buzz & Carol Rodland Sabotage Sports Saint Laurent Winery Salon Seven Dr. Larry & Sheryl Schecter Randy & Robin Schemkes Scrapbookville Scrub City Seafair Seattle Rep Theater Reid & Linda Shockey Showbox Snohomish Bicycle Sodexo Sorrento Hotel Stadium Flowers Staybridge Suites Mukilteo D. Scott & Debora Stayner Stevens Pass Resort Todd & Gretchen Stiger Stow B Low Studio Donna Sugar Mountain Elaine Swain Tavolata Team Fitness Teatro Zinzanni Ted’s Sports Center Terracotta Red The 5th Avenue Theater The Container Store The Paramount Club The Parlor Club Tulalip Resort & Casino Va Piano Vineyards Victoria Clipper Bella Vita Wagner Jewelers Claudia Walker Warm 106.9 Washington Stealth Sharron White Rick & Gerry Whitehead Wicked Cellars & The Savory Table Wild Birds Unlimited William Church Winery Willows Lodge Wine Outlet Woodinville Whiskey Co. Worldmark by Wyndham Doug & Jean Zook Dr. David & Kathleen Zunkel

Thank you to the individuals and organizations listed above for their generous in-kind donation(s) valued at $100 or more. 2011 Annual Report

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Providence General Foundation

2011 Board of Directors Officers

Ex-Officio Members

Harv Jubie, Chairman Joel French, First Vice Chair Jean Messner, Second Vice Chair Larry Jubie, Treasurer Gail Larson, Secretary Dr. Jim Finley, Immediate Past Chair

Chauncey Boyle, SP, Providence Peter Claver House Dave Brooks, CEO, Providence Regional Medical Center Tom Gaffney, Chairman, Providence Regional Medical Center Board of Directors Mary Guyer, Providence General Children’s Association Randy Petty, Chief Development Officer, Providence General Foundation

Members Don Ayres Caroline Brown Mark Duffy Dr. Bill Finley Andy Hall Kathy Hunter John Middleton Ross Miller Dr. Frank Nieto Carol Rodland Dr. Pat Ryan Mel Sheldon Dr. Marcia Wharton Larry Wilson Dr. Liam Yore 40 2011 Annual Report

Emeritus Members Jim Cassidy Doug Ferguson Diane Guildner Helen Jackson Florence Hansen Henry Newton Tom Rainville Len Roberts Steve Saunders Fredric Sjoholm Roy Yates


board of directors — standing (left to right) Harv Jubie, John Middleton, Dr. Frank Nieto, Larry Wilson, Larry Jubie, Dr. Liam Yore, Don Ayres; Middle Row: Dr. Pat Ryan, Dr. Marcia Wharton, Dave Brooks, Dr. Jim Finley, Andy Hall, Mark Duffy, Randy Petty; seated (left to right) Gail Larson, Mary Guyer, Jean Messner, Florence Hansen, Kathy Hunter.

Providence General Foundation

Current Staff Randy Petty Chief Development Officer

Jen DeLong Special Events Manager

Lori Kloes Director of Development

Susan Snyder Prospect Research & Database Manager

Tina Gilson Director of Annual Giving & Communications

Sammie Pancake Administrative Coordinator

Providence General Foundation 916 Pacific Avenue Everett, Washington 98201 (425) 258-7500 www.ProvidenceGeneralFoundation.org facebook.com/ProvidenceGeneralFoundation


Providence General Foundation Mission Providence General Foundation cultivates the charitable spirit of the community by raising and distributing funds to promote health and wellness primarily through the programs and services of Providence Regional Medical Center Everett. Our fundraising efforts are guided by our core values of respect, compassion, justice, excellence, and stewardship.

Providence Mission As people of Providence, we reveal God’s love for all, especially the poor and vulnerable, through our compassionate service.

www.ProvidenceGeneralFoundation.org

Providence General Foundation P.O. Box 1067 Everett, WA 98206

2011 Providence General Foundation Annual Report  

2011 Annual Report