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2010 annual report

2010 annual report


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.

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

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2010 annual report

A Masterpiece Unveiled

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Financial Overview

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Investing in Excellence

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2010 Highlights

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Celebrating Support

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Individual and Corporate Donors

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In-Kind Gifts

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Memorial Gifts

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Honor Gifts

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Welcome to the Providence General Foundation’s 2010 Annual Report. This past year was filled with historic accomplishments for the Providence General Foundation, Providence Regional Medical Center, and our community. Of course, no one can fail to notice the exciting progress of the new Medical Tower, now standing at full height on our Colby campus and on schedule for a June 2011 opening.

Randy Petty and Dr. Jim Finley

special message from dr. jim finley After three years as Chair of the Foundation Board of Directors, my tenure in this position is ending. But I won’t go far. I will remain a Board member, and I will continue to chair the Executive Committee for The Campaign for Providence. As I make this change, I extend my gratitude to all whose shared commitment to bringing better health care to our region, deep generosity, and kind-heartedness made my job so easy. Your support of our hospital and community are an endless source of inspiration.

The Tower is a $500 million investment in the future of health care for our community. You can learn more about this amazing facility in the Special Campaign for Providence Update Section located in the forward pages of this report. Take a virtual tour of the building, learn about the world-class services and equipment it contains, and read an overview of the progress to date of The Campaign for Providence. Since it began in 2008, this historic, five-year capital campaign has raised an unprecedented $16 million in gifts and commitments from physicians, employees, organizations and community members. The special section also contains stories about some of the leading individuals whose financial support has contributed to making the Tower a reality. We’ve included information about two tremendous gifts recently pledged: an extraordinary $5 million gift from Marshall and Katherine Cymbaluk and a generous $1 million gift from Phil and Kelly Johnson. We hope you enjoy the special campaign update section about the Tower and the many stories about donors who have contributed to this historic project.

The remainder of the report focuses on the many accomplishments of 2010 and the donors who helped make the year so successful. Among these accomplishments, the Foundation received $6.5 million in new gifts and commitments during the year—an all-time record—despite the continuing effects of our country’s worst recession since the Depression. The Annual Employee Campaign raised more than $1 million in support of the Foundation and United Way. This campaign raised more support than any previous employee campaign in the history of Providence Health & Services—a five-state, 28-hospital organization. Early in the year, The Epicurean Affair raised $100,000 for cardiovascular nursing and education. At the end of the year, the Festival of Trees raised $709,000 for children’s services (yet another all-time record). And between all these Foundation events, community activities such as Columbia Funding Mortgage’s Run of the Mill and the Silvertips’ Pink the Rink together raised more than $60,000 to support special programs for cancer patients. There is much to report from the past year—and even more to look forward to in 2011, with the opening of the Cymbaluk Medical Tower and the Foundation’s launching of Phase Two of The Campaign for Providence. As Providence grows and expands to meet the healthcare needs of our growing region, we extend our sincerest thanks to you for your continued generosity and support.

Randy Petty

Jim Finley, MD

chief development officer

chairman, board of directors (2008-2011)

welcome

Dear Friends,


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A MASTERPIECE

Unveiled

The opening of the Providence Regional Medical Tower is drawing near. And when it opens on June 14, 2011, it will be known as the Marshall & Katherine Cymbaluk Medical Tower in recognition of a $5 million gift from the Cymbaluks in support of The Campaign for Providence. The unveiling of this state-of-the-art, 12-story, 700,000-square-foot facility will mark a dramatic change in the way people in this community experience hospital care. With a total cost of $500 million, the Tower is the largest capital investment in Providence Health & Service’s 105-year history, and one of this community’s largest-ever private investments. The investment has produced a spectacular building; a world-class medical facility that will match the award-winning care from Providence physicians and staff. This new facility is a physical manifestation of the human skill, talent and compassion at work every day at Providence Regional. Inspired Design Beyond the architects and hospital experts, hundreds of people—including physicians, nurses, patients, and community members—contributed to its design. The philosophy of “Patient and Family Centered Care” was integral in shaping the Tower’s many amenities and special features geared for patient and family comfort and convenience. Healing Spaces When a person is ill or injured, their healing is affected by their environment. The Tower offers a soothing, healing atmosphere for patients, as well as spaces that encourage family members to be participants in their loved one’s care instead of being “visitors.” From the two-story lobby atrium, to sweeping views from patient rooms and beautiful interior finishes, to a rooftop viewing garden, the Cymbaluk Medical Tower brings nature and our scenic outdoors inside for patients and families to enjoy. 

The new Emergency Department has 79 private treatment rooms—each larger than the national average.

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Investing in a Growing Region Providence Regional serves a five-county region that continues to grow and change. Snohomish County is now home to 696,600 residents and is expected to reach a


In addition to the benefit of having a state-of-the-art medical facility in our community, the new Tower has served as an economic engine for our region. Construction has injected nearly $500 million into our local economy and has provided up to 1,600 construction jobs. Over the long-term, Providence Regional will create an additional 2,000 hospital jobs that will generate millions of payroll dollars and increased tax revenue. And this added economic vitality helps attract new businesses to our region and residents. CLINICAL HIGHLIGHTS

Surgical & Interventional Services Advancements in medicine and technology over the years have taken Surgical and Interventional Services to a whole new level. Surgeons are now aided by real-time digital imaging, microscopic catheters, and even robotics equipment requiring larger and more digital environments. The surgical and interventional suites in the Tower are nearly double the size of our current operating rooms and are wired for a variety of uses—from cardiac or orthopedic surgery to less invasive interventional radiology procedures using small catheters to help diagnose or treat medical conditions.

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population of more than one million in the next 15 years. Designed for today, and with tomorrow in mind, the Tower includes space reserved specifically for future needs. As patient volumes and technology evolve, the Tower’s interior spaces can be adapted for inevitable growth and change.

Lush Rooftop Garden

Additionally, there will be private pre- and postoperative patient rooms for added comfort and privacy for patients and family. Visitor amenities include a large, comfortable waiting area, private consult and “quiet” rooms, kitchen and vending machines, a children’s play area and a resource area with internet access.

Emergency Services An entire floor in the Tower—a space larger than an NFL football field—is devoted to Emergency Services. This department has 79 large, private treatment rooms in 60,000 square feet, all designed to help staff treat patients quickly with minimal waiting time. Imaging equipment will be located in Emergency Services— enabling physicians to quickly diagnose patients and save families the added stress of wait times when a loved one is transferred to another floor for imaging services.

Patient Rooms The new Tower contains four floors of spacious 200+ square-foot patient rooms with abundant natural light and many with panoramic views of Puget Sound or the Cascade Mountains. The rooms were planned with input from past patients, family members, nurses, physicians, and others with “hands on” experience in day-to-day patient care. Each room is designed with three distinct zones—patient, caregiver, family. These zones contain special features catering to each group’s specific needs.

Imaging Services Conveniently located on the Tower’s main floor, the Diagnostic Imaging department provides CT scans, MRIs, X-rays, ultrasounds, nuclear medicine, and non-invasive cardiopulmonary imaging. It will contain some of the most state-of-the-art, advanced technology available today—an investment of $20 million worth of imaging equipment. These modern tools reduce imaging time and provide higher resolution and more advanced images—resulting in more accurate diagnoses with less radiation exposure.

Split between two floors, the Tower houses 48 private Critical Care rooms. One 28-bed unit is reserved for critically ill patients; a second 20-bed unit serves as the Cardiac Surgery Single Stay Unit (CSSU) for recovering cardiac surgery patients. All rooms on both floors are private and a large family lounge is available on each floor. Caregiver stations are designed to serve the entire care team of nurses, physicians and consulting staff, resulting in a team-based approach to care that leads to the best possible outcomes for patients.

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The new Marshall and Katherine Cymbaluk Medical Tower is the single largest infrastructure investment ever undertaken in Providence Health & Services’ five-state region. A project of this magnitude requires significant philanthropic support from the community. When the Providence General Foundation launched The Campaign for Providence—the most significant fundraising initiative in the history of Snohomish County—our donors began to answer the call. Listed here are those individuals, medical groups, organizations, corporations and foundations who have contributed $5,000 or more to date to The Campaign for Providence. Their early and substantial gifts provided the foundation and momentum needed to propel the campaign forward, even in these difficult economic times. These gifts and commitments represent an extraordinary outpouring of generosity in Phase One of the campaign, and the Providence General Foundation will continue to partner with the community through Phase Two of this historic project. As others in the community witness the Tower’s opening— and its value in the community—it is the Foundation’s hope that even more people will be inspired to invest in the future of health care in this ever-growing region. Listing reflects commitments received prior to May 1, 2011

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$5,000,000 or more

Marshall & Katherine Cymbaluk distinguised 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 • Lawrence & Linda Jubie Providence General Children’s Association • Radia, Inc., PS Steve & Jo Saunders • Arthur W. Schroeder, Jr. The Tulalip Tribes • Waterman Medical Foundation • WOB Enterprises gold patrons $100,000 to $249,999

Richard & Judy Boyden • Everett Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgical Associates Donna J. Johnson • Dwayne & Rosemary Lane • Ross F. & Mary Jane Miller Providence Physician Group • The Skotdal Family

silver patrons $50,000 to $99,999

CellNetix Pathology & Laboratories • Kimberly Clark Gamut 360 Holdings, LLC: Robert & Lizbeth Dobler, Bruce & Cynthia McKinnon The Goldfinch Family • Mike & Pat Holcomb • Beverly Miller Northwest Washington Radiation Oncology Associates The Rodland Family • Ralph & Shirley Schapler Fredric & Jo Anne Sjoholm • Sparling • Suskin Foundation


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leadership • $10,000 to $49,999 Don & Shirley Ayres Bob & Margaret Bavasi Dr. Earl & Isabel S-K Beegle Douglas & Elizabeth Bell Dr. Eugene Bond Denny & Darlene Brawford Dr. James Brevig & Meredith Gould Dave & Laura Brooks Drs. Timothy Byrnes & Catherine Hawkins Tom & Jane Collins Drs. Victor & Valerie Collymore Dr. Kim Costas & Darius Schenck Dr. Jack & Marilyn Courrier Bill & Patty DeGroodt John & Julie Dickson Bill & Bev Dobler

Robert & Jamie Downey Spektamur Agendo Foundation: Dr. Maroun El-Khoury Nancy Erdmann Estate EverTrust Foundation Bill & Sheri Feeney Dr. 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 & Kaye Lyons Dr. Cynthia Markus David Mast Dr. Michael & Julia McDonnell Bill & Jean Messner John & Ellen Middleton Barry & Charie Miller Bruce & Jan Miller Dr. Frank Nieto & Barb Siray-Nieto Dr. J. Patrick & Rhonda Nolan 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 Dr. Pat & Denise Ryan Bob & Barbara Sampson Dr. Larry & Sheryl Schecter Preston & Jill Simmons Dr. Tracy & Patti Spencer Tom & Rosie Stiger Stillaguamish Tribe Ken & Jan Stone Caryl Thorp Mark & Kim Williams

Don & Lynda Denison Dr. Bill Dickinson & Family Dr. Virginia Eschbach Judy & Dallas Ferrel Dr. Art & Peggy Gerdes Dr. Sujoy K. Ghorai Dr. Randall K. Gould Dr. Steven & Stacee Grant Dr. Clayton & Barbara Haberman Andy & Kaye Hall Dr. Jeffrey & Eileen Hambleton 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. Marcus Lien Dr. Friedrich & Jane Loura Dr. Patris Marandi Dr. Ignatius & Susan Marsidi Matthew & Anne Masterson Bud & Laurie McIrvin Dr. Thomas & Marilyn McNamara Jason & Caitlin Moulding Dr. Deborah H. Nalty Dr. Beena Morris Dr. James Zhao Mu Dr. Eileen M. Olinger & John Halpin Paul & Carol Onerheim Tom & Bonnie Ronan Dr. Tony & Kathie Roon Cheryl Sackrider Tim & Carla Serban

Dr. James & Melody Sheahan Jeff & Heather Shelby Dr. Edward & Dori Slosberg Dr. & Mrs. David J. Stewart Vic & Wendy Turner & Family Lori Vocca Wenta-McGovern Family Eric & Wendy Werttemberger Matt & Vicki Wonser Dr. Julie Wood-McClure Dr. Gerard & Elizabeth Wygant Dr. Tomasz Ziedalski

partners • $5,000 to $9,999 Dr. H. Frank & Jan Andersen Dr. Lee & Francine Argue Jerry & Michelle Arneson Robert & Jennifer Bayersdorfer Dr. Caryn M. Berkowitz Sheila A. Bleakney & Geoffrey F. Bedell Carolyn Bodeen Paula Bradlee & Family Ruth & Paul Brandal Tom & Sally Brennan Geoff & Caroline Brown Dr. Katherine Bumstead The Burris Family Clayton & Judith Canfield Kenyon S. Chan, Ph.D. & Shirley Hune, Ph.D. The Conforth-Rodriguez Family

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Marshall & Katherine Cymbaluk

Hometown Success, Unprecedented Generosity CELEBRATING

Support Featured in the following pages are a few of the leading individuals and organizations who have stepped forward at extraordinary levels in support of the Tower campaign. These profiles represent a small fraction of the many supporters who have generously invested in this major project. They symbolize the spirit of giving that is so heartwarmingly common among all of our Providence donors and family. It is with deep gratitude that we express our thanks and sincere appreciation to these generous people, and to all who give their time and money to support the Providence mission.

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Anyone living in Snohomish County who is not familiar with the Cymbaluk family soon will be. In June, the new Medical Tower at Providence Regional Medical Center will open as the Marshall & Katherine Cymbaluk Medical Tower in recognition of their $5 million gift to the campaign. The Cymbaluks’ gift is the largest gift that Providence General Foundation has ever received and is one of the largest philanthropic gifts ever made in Snohomish County. What inspires this kind of monumental gift? Almost always, they come from the heart. Both Marshall and Katherine have strong ties to Providence and their community. Marshall was one of the founding members of the original Providence Hospital Foundation, and Katherine was a former nurse at Everett General Hospital, before it merged with Providence in 1994. It was this fondness for Providence and love for their community that spurred their generosity. Marshall said he and Katherine decided that this was the right project and the right time for them to come forward in support. They realized that investing in health care—one of the most essential services in any region—was a way they could have a real impact on their community.

“We have lived here for 40 years,” shared Marshall. “During this time we were able to build a successful business. We saw the new Medical Tower as an opportunity to give something back to this community that has served us so well through the years.” It was 1974 when Marshall first opened Motor Trucks Inc. on Grand Avenue in downtown Everett. The company is an International Trucks dealership franchise selling new and used trucks and providing parts and service. Over time, Marshall expanded the business to encompass nine locations in Western Washington and Alaska. Long-time friend of the Cymbaluks and member of the campaign’s Executive Committee, Bob Drewel, was extremely moved by the incredible generosity of Marshall and Katherine’s gift. “This level of giving is unprecedented and simply transformational. It certainly will inspire and motivate others to step forward and be a part of this historic project,” Bob said. “Their philanthropic investment in the future of health care for our region will be the legacy they leave to their community. It is only fitting that the Tower will be named in honor of their support.”


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Phil & Kelly Johnson

Giving Out of Love for Their Community When you think of philanthropic leaders in Everett who have helped to shape the city’s future, chances are, Phil Johnson is one who immediately comes to mind. As a lifelong Everett resident, Phil cares deeply about his community. He is known for his long record of generous support to local organizations and causes that improve quality of life in his hometown. The most recent is a $1 million donation to The Campaign for Providence. “I am humbled that hard work and good fortune have placed me in a position where I am able to give something back,” shared Phil. “Access to health care through a state-of-theart Medical Center is an essential need for people in any community, and we all must take a share of the responsibility to ensure that we have systems in place to meet that need. Phil is the founder of Millstone Coffee—one of our great local success stories. Phil started Millstone in 1981, and through his hard work and entrepreneurial spirit, it became a household name. He sold Millstone to Procter & Gamble in 1994 and then established Cascade Coffee, one of the top coffee roasting and supply companies in the country, where he still serves as chairman today.

While they have a home in Hawaii and travel extensively following their recent marriage, Phil and his wife Kelly call Everett their home. Kelly relocated to Everett from California where she works in the hustle and bustle of the music industry, rubbing shoulders with some of Hollywood’s elite. Kelly said the couple’s philanthropic goals are in harmony. “Phil and I both believe that it is important to give to projects that are community based, and that truly make an impact,” she said. “Like Phil, I believe that everyone has a responsibility to support their community in whatever way they are able to. It might be money; it might be time; it might be something else. But whatever way you can help, it’s important that you do it,” said Kelly. The Johnson’s $1 million gift was not their first to Providence; Phil also gave $1 million in support of the Providence Community Cancer Center Campaign a few years ago. This was no surprise to Kelly. “Phil is just one of those guys who sees a need, and always steps up and contributes to make this community better,” she added.

Campaign Co-Chairs Greg Lawson, Gary Wickman, Lynnette Roberson, Dave Caudill

Investing in the Future Providence Regional Medical Center staff made history in 2010 with the largest ever Employee Giving campaign in Providence’s five-state region. Together, our employees contributed more than $1 million in support of the new Cymbaluk Medical Tower at Providence Regional. “This achievement is nothing short of amazing,” Providence Regional CEO Dave Brooks said. “The unprecedented support demonstrates how deeply our staff cares about our mission and having the best facilities possible to care for the families of this region.” A steering committee of 15 employees and four campaign co-chairs was the key to the campaign’s success—reaching out to every member of the Providence family. More than 600 employees responded with generous support. Approximately 240 employees joined the Hour for the Tower club by contributing an hour of their pay each pay period for three years. A personalized brick paver was installed in a special plaza outside the new Tower Emergency Department for each of the Hour for the Tower employees. “This kind of sacrificial giving—from top senior management to our support staff—sends a powerful message to our community about the deep commitment of our staff to the new Tower,” added Dave Brooks. “I am humbled by the incredible generosity of the staff and the personal investment they are making in the new facility. Their generous support will certainly inspire others in our community to do the same.”

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Left to Right: Ben Harmon, MD, MBA Rich Satre, MD, Current President & CEO of Radia Virginia Eschbach, MD, Diagnostic Imaging Medical Director at Providence Regional

Steve & Jo Saunders

A Tale of Love, Loyalty, and Generosity Anyone who has ever met Steve and Jo Saunders notices that there is just something special about this longtime Everett couple. The Washington natives first met and fell in love on a blind date more than 63 years ago—and they are still as much in love today. The Saunders spent most of their lives calling Everett their home, where they raised two children and launched successful careers. Their pride and devotion to this community—and to Providence— are unmistakable. “We are very proud of Providence Regional Medical Center and the community for the good work they do for the families of this region,” shared the Saunders. “And the new Tower is a major step forward for health care in the community.” Steve and Jo have a long history of support and active involvement with the hospital. Steve, now age 98, has more than four decades of service on hospital boards and committees,

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including the Providence General Foundation board. Most recently, Steve and Jo were named honorary co-chairs of The Campaign for Providence. “This community has developed a deep affection for Steve and Jo,” said Randy Petty, Chief Development Officer of the Providence General Foundation. “So it was only natural to ask them to serve as honorary chairs of the campaign.” Although the couple now resides in Sandpoint, Idaho, they have stayed actively involved in the campaign, serving as a constant source of encouragement and enthusiasm. Additionally, they have personally made a $500,000 gift to support the campaign. “Virtually every local community organization has been touched by the lives and generosity of Steve and Jo,” added Petty. “Together, they have created a legacy of kindness, generosity, leadership and service that cannot begin to be measured.”

Sharon Gibbons, Radia Charitable Fund Director

Building a Physician’s Workshop You can’t build an award-winning medical center without the talent and expertise of a top-notch medical staff. Providence Regional is fortunate to work with some of the region’s finest and most talented physicians, who will soon have a stateof-the-art workshop that matches the exceptional quality of their care. One such partner is Radia—a team of radiologists and vascular specialists who use medical imaging to diagnose and treat patients. These physicians spend countless hours on-site at Providence Regional assisting with inpatient and outpatient diagnostic imaging services. In the new Tower, one entire floor will be devoted to these services and will include a $20 million investment in new cuttingedge diagnostic equipment. “We are excited about the new facility and the way it will transform the delivery of health care to this region,” shared Radia physician Virginia Eschbach, MD, and Medical Director of Diagnostic Imaging at Providence Regional. “The new tower will enable us to provide a higher level of diagnostic care in a very modern and patient-friendly facility.”

Dr. Eschbach also serves as chair of the Medical Staff Division of The Campaign for Providence, helping to garner support for the Tower from physicians and medical groups like Radia which stepped forward with a $500,000 gift from the Radia Charitable Fund. “Physician support is critical to the success of this major campaign,” explained Dr. Eschbach. “It sends a positive message to others in the community regarding our physicians’ deep commitment to this project.” Ben Harmon, MD, former President at Radia, said that giving to the Tower was not a difficult choice for Radia. “One of our goals is to help meet the growing medical needs in our region,” he said. “The new Medical Tower will help do that for many decades to come.” Along with a few other medical groups, Radia’s generous contribution came early in the campaign and was instrumental in encouraging others in the medical community to give. To date, the medical community as a whole has raised nearly $4 million for The Campaign for Providence.


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Harvey Bernhard

Nga & Greg Goldfinch,

A Story of Generosity and Gratitude

Geoff & Carlene Goldfinch

Five Generations of Support Harvey Bernhard spent a large part of his life bringing stories to film. He even has his own story to tell about Providence—one of gratitude and giving back to a community, a hospital and its staff that he appreciates so dearly. This 87-year-old, retired Hollywood film producer has had an illustrious career in entertainment having worked in both television and film, in roles ranging from actor to writer and producer. His filmography includes such major movies as The Lost Boys, Ladyhawke, The Goonies, and The Omen movies. He has worked with Gregory Peck, William Holden, Lee Remick, Keifer Sutherland, Michelle Pfeiffer, Matthew Broderick, and Josh Brolin to name a few. Well respected by his peers, Harvey continues to be an active voting member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences—the group that selects Oscar winners. Though Harvey escapes his home in the Pacific Northwest during its rainy winters, he always returns to his summer ranch in Stanwood when the weather turns to sun. It was during his time here that Everett physician Tracy Spencer, MD, developed a close friendship with Harvey and his wife Lillian, who passed away in 2010. Dr. Spencer and other Everett physicians provided excellent care to the couple, and Harvey said he feels profound gratitude for the experiences he had at Providence. As a way of showing his thanks, Harvey recently made a gift of $250,000 to support the Medical Tower, in honor of Dr. Spencer. “I gave out of love,” Harvey said. “Over the years, Providence has always been there for me and my family. And for that, I will always be grateful.”

When thinking of long-standing family names in the Everett area, Goldfinch Bros. is sure to be on the top of the list. A fixture in downtown Everett, since 1892, Goldfinch Bros. has been serving the community’s glass needs since before the Sisters of Providence first began providing health care here in 1905. Born and raised in Everett, Greg and Geoff Goldfinch are the fifth generation to run the family-owned business. “Our great grandparents supported Providence in the very early days,” Geoff said. “We’ve taken great pleasure in seeing Providence grow to serve the needs of our community.” When looking at the new Medical Tower, it is hard to miss the role the Goldfinchs played in its construction. The company was contracted to supply the large panels of glass making up the first four floors of the new light-filled facility. Geoff and his wife Carlene, and Greg and his wife Nga, also donated $50,000 to the Tower campaign.

Over the years, the two couples have devoted countless hours in support of the Providence mission. Greg served on a campaign cabinet that launched The Campaign for Providence. Carlene and Geoff are enthusiastic volunteers for Festival of Trees, having been involved almost every year since the festival began 25 years ago. Greg and Geoff agree that the Tower was “a good thing for us to get behind.” The brothers say that Providence has meant a lot to their family. “We respect all that Providence has done in the past for this community,” they shared. “We deeply appreciate and support what the Medical Center is prepared to do in the future to advance health care to the families of this region.”

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Left to Right: Bob & Margaret Bavasi

If We Build it, They Will Come Bob and Margaret Bavasi are well known in Everett and Snohomish County as previous co-owners of the Everett AquaSox, former attorneys, and members of a family with a respected, decades-old connection to minor and major league baseball teams. “When baseball first came to Everett, it was like a ‘field of dreams,’ for both Bob and me and for the community,” shared Margaret. “We were fortunate to land in an area as supportive as Everett where we were able not only to pursue our dreams, but to also grow them.” AquaSox baseball is still a thriving community favorite today. But some people may not be aware that the Bavasis are also actively involved in Providence’s very own ‘field of dreams’ story as the hospital expands its campus to help meet the needs of a growing community. Margaret serves both on the Community Ministry Board (Board of Directors) for Providence Regional and on The Campaign for Providence Executive Committee.

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As chair of the Board Division Committee of the Tower campaign, Margaret—with the help of fellow Board member Kathleen Gutierrez—has played a vital role in raising more than $800,000 in support from the members of both the Hospital and Foundation boards. Margaret and Bob also generously stepped forward with their own gift of $45,000. “The most important non-government institution in a community is its hospital. At some point, it touches everyone,” Margaret said. “So we believe a gift to the hospital is a gift to our family, our friends, and people we don’t even know. It���s a way for us to say thank you to a community that’s been so generous to us.” “We’re very proud of this hospital and its staff for keeping a focus on families and patients while earning national recognition for its quality of care,” she added. “The new tower will allow Providence to continue this tradition of excellence for generations to come.”

Barry & Charie Miller Jan & Bruce Miller

Preserving a Valuable Resource Brothers Barry and Bruce Miller spend their days helping homeowners to create or preserve the timeless beauty of their homes with custom cedar shingles—a product so highly respected in the building industry that it was featured in the PBS TV show This Old House. Much like their shingles, Bruce and Barry are also helping to preserve a long-established cause right here in Everett through their support of The Campaign for Providence. Bruce and Barry grew up in Snohomish County and followed in their father’s footsteps as owners of Miller Shingle Company, Inc. in Granite Falls. When the brothers learned about The Campaign for Providence, they found the cause to be very compelling. Barry and Bruce, along with their wives Charie and Jan, each made gifts of $25,000. Barry said the Tower was a natural choice for their philanthropy because it fills a critical need in the community. “It was clear that by making these gifts, we had an opportunity to help provide care and support to all people in the community, including the ‘Baby Boomers’ like us,” Barry said. With a keen eye for quality construction, the Millers were especially impressed with the beauty and structure of the new facility. “The scale and scope of the facility and the technology it contains are truly impressive,” shared Bruce. “The new Tower is going to be a tremendous resource for Snohomish County, and we are proud to contribute to the improved health care that will soon be available in our community.”


201o annual report • financial overview

Support to Providence Regional Medical Center

2010

Cancer Partnership Capital Campaign ... $1,500,750

Financial Overview

Cancer Partnership Patient Assistance Fund & Other Cancer Programs ................. $55,124 Cancer Patient ‘Hands on Healing’ Program ....................... $14,700 Children’s Programs (includes Children’s Center) ........................... $81,400 Critical Care Unit & Services .................... $183,776 David J. Stewart Cardiovascular Education Fund .................. $27,852 Diabetes Education & Prescription Program ................................ $6,446 Helping Hand Employee Assistance Fund .... $9,417 Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic Integrated Mental Health Program ............ $118,144 Providence Pavilion for Women & Children ............................. $152,087 Other Programs ......................................... $127,001

Total ............................................. $2,276,697

Support to the Local Community ‘The Daily Herald’ Newspaper Program for Patients ................................... $11,250 Cardiac Level 1 Network Heart Attack Education .............................. $50,303

Financial Statements Overview Assets Cash & Equivalents ............................. $760,788 Pledge Receivables ............................. $4,569,528 Investments ..................................... $12,257,405 $7m

Total Assets .............................. $18,384,195

$6m

Liabilities & Equity

$5m

Grants & Accounts Payable .................. $227,055

Providence Hospice & Home Care/Camp Erin ............................ $1,676

Total Liabilities ............................. $227,055

Community/School Health Education Program, ‘The Real Inside Story’ ................................ $60,000

Fund Balance .................................. $13,820,318

Total ................................................ $123,229

Total Equity ............................. $18,157,140

Total Support/Impact in 2010 ....... $2,399,926

Total New Gifts & Commitments by Year

Trusts & Split Interest Agreements .............................. $796,474

$4m

$3m

Net Income ....................................... $4,336,822

Total Liabilities & Equity ......... $18,384,195

$2m $1m 2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

$4,426,959

$2,930,828

$4,821,811

$1,930,153

$6,549,017

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201o annual report • 2010 highlights

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Highlights Mike and Cathy Deller, Event Chairs

The Epicurean Affair at Anthony’s HomePort Restaurant march 9, 2010 For the 24th year in a row, Anthony’s HomePort Restaurant in Everett closed its doors to the general public to prepare a fantastic culinary adventure in support of Providence General Foundation. Chaired by Mike and Cathy Deller, the March 9th evening affair featured delicious cuisine, fine wine…and tremendous support for cardiovascular education. More than 200 guests helped raise a total of $100,000 to benefit the David J. Stewart, MD, Cardiovascular Education Fund. Guests generously raised their bid cards high during the live auction, and for a special fund-aneed request introduced with a personal story from Mike Deller regarding his own personal experience with open-heart surgery. Thank you to all who attended the festive evening and to our generous event sponsors.

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Cheryl and Spark VanWinkle, Event Co-Chairs Cheryle and Terry Earnheart, Event Co-Chairs

Festival of Trees “Christmas Dreams” november 30 to december 4, 2010 The year 2010 marked the Providence General Foundation’s Festival of Trees’ 25th Anniversary, and with the leadership of co-chairs Cheryle and Terry Earnheart and Cheryl and Spark VanWinkle, the event established an all-time record for support. Themed “Christmas Dreams,” the week-long event transformed the Comcast Event Center into a reminiscent snowy village including vintage street signs, Santa’s workshop, and a holiday store. The week’s events attracted more than 4,500 event-goers and brought in a recordbreaking $704,000 to benefit Children’s Services at Providence Regional. Thank you to our creative and dedicated 2010 chairs, valued sponsors including Mortenson Construction, Premera Blue Cross, ZGF Architects and Bank of America, along with the committee members, tree decorators and volunteers for helping to make the 25th-year celebration one to remember.


Columbia Funding Mortgage’s Run of the Mill 5k Race july 10, 2010

Pink the Rink with the Everett Silvertips october 29, 2010

Runners took to the streets for the 2010 Annual Run of the Mill 5k roadrace kicking up $40,000 in proceeds to benefit area cancer patients. The race took place on July 10 in Mill Creek’s town center with nearly 2,000 participants. Runners, walkers, canines, and strollers filled the streets as participants helped raise funds for the Linda Baltzell Cancer Patient Assistance Fund.

Providence General Foundation was pleased to partner with the Everett Silvertips for the first annual “Pink the Rink” to help raise funds for the Providence Regional Comprehensive Breast Center. The event attracted approximately 6,400 Tips fans and breast cancer supporters to raise more than $25,000 to help provide free mammograms for area women in need of breast cancer screening with limited means to pay for their care.

Providence General Foundation sincerely appreciates the support of Steve and Linda Knox of Columbia Funding Mortgage, the many race sponsors and participants for making this annual event both fun and meaningful for our community.

Providence General Foundation is grateful for the generous support of the Everett Silvertips and the many loyal Tips fans who participated in the 2010 event.

  In 2010, a new fund was established to support programs and initiatives that increase patient safety at Providence Regional Medical Center. The fund, named in honor of Mr. Paramjit Singh, was seeded with a $2.1 million gift from Providence Regional and will help the future development of programs promoting patient safety, quality and patientfamily centered care through various nursing and clinical education programs. Providence General Foundation is grateful for the establishment of this fund and for the ability to invest in initiatives that continue to help Providence Regional improve and advance its mission of patient care excellence for generations to come.

United Way of Snohomish County continues support of the Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic Providence General Foundation was the recipient in 2010 of a grant from United Way of Snohomish County in support of mental health services at the Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic. The total grant contribution is approximately $90,000 over a three-year period. The grant is funding a mental health professional to help coordinate patients’ needs beyond a single appointment. Mental health issues are the second largest reason for patients seeking care at the Clinic, after well child exams. The Clinic has received generous support from United Way of Snohomish County throughout the years. The Providence General Foundation is thankful for United Way’s support in helping address the unmet needs in our community.

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201o annual report • 2010 highlights

Unveiling of the Singh Family Fund for Patient Safety and Quality


201o annual report • individual and corporate donors

2010 Individual and 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.

$1,000,000 and above

Providence Regional Medical Center (Establishment of the Singh Family Fund for Patient Safety)

$250,000 to $999,999

Radia, Inc., PS Steve & Jo Saunders Arthur W. Schroeder, Jr. $100,000 to $249,999

Donna Johnson Harv & Jan Jubie Ross & Mary Jane Miller $25,000 to $99,999

Bob & Margaret Bavasi Gordon & Carol Bjorg Dave & Laura Brooks CellNetix Pathology & Laboratories

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John & Julie Dickson Employees Community Fund of the Boeing Company Dr. Jim & Mary Lou Finley John & Anne Fletcher The Goldfinch Family Jamie & Kathy Hunter Dr. Cynthia Markus John & Ellen Middleton Barry & Charie Miller Beverly Miller Bruce & Jan Miller Dr. J. Patrick & Rhonda Nolan Columbia Funding Mortgage’s Run of the Mill Dr. Larry & Sheryl Schecter Preston & Jill Simmons Paramjit Singh & Harmeet Kaur Fredric & Jo Anne Sjoholm Spektamur Agendo Foundation: Dr. Maroun El-Khoury Dr. Tracy & Patti Spencer Suskin Foundation Caryl Thorp United Way of Snohomish County Kim & Mark Williams $10,000 to $24,999 Dr. H. Frank & Jan Andersen Bank of America Dr. Earl & Isabel S-K Beegle Beighle Family Foundation Matt Bolin Dr. James Brevig & Meredith Gould Dr. Timothy Byrnes & Dr. Catherine Hawkins Vandana Chalana

Drs. Victor & Valerie Collymore Annette Colombini Dr. Kim Costas & Darius Schenck Dr. William & Elizabeth Dickinson Bill & Patty DeGroodt Robert & Jamie Downey Nancy Erdmann Estate The Everett Clinic Everett Golf & Country Club Women’s Division Bill & Sheri Feeney Dr. J. William & Katie Finley Kathleen Gutierrez Tim & Tania Halladay Ben & Florence Hansen Phil & Kelly Johnson Sean & Lisa Kelly John Jay Kenagy, PhD & Yorman Daza Vickie & Mark Nysether Randy Petty & Tai Le Joe & Charlie Pignataro Puget Sound Kidney Centers Darren & Deanna Redick Brad & Lynnette Roberson Dr. Pat & Denise Ryan Bob & Barbara Sampson Stillaguamish Tribe Ken & Jan Stone Western Washington Medical Group Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects $2,500 to $9,999 Abbatare, Inc. Sherry Allen Vern & Stephanie Allen Dr. Lee & Francine Argue Jerry & Michelle Arneson Don & Shirley Ayres Bill & Paula Beatty Tonia Berg Sheila Bleakney & Geoffrey Bedell Carolyn Bodeen

Botesch Nash & Hall Architects Roberta Braaten Paula Bradlee Paul & Ruth Brandal Tom & Sally Brennan Geoff & Caroline Brown Lauren Brunner Dr. Katherine Bumstead Chris Burris Deborah Burton Mike & Patti Butler Clayton & Judith Canfield Manuel Carrillo Susan Carter Cascade Bank Heather Case Dave Caudill CDi Engineers Danica Chadwick Yvonne Christos Marsha Clark Coast/Sperry Van Ness Heather Coleman Virginia Cooper Angela Cope Rebekah Couper Noles Crothall Services Group Kevin Deasy Dee DeCosterd Jen DeLong & Joe Elenbaas Don & Lynda Denison Diamond B Constructors Inc. Theresa Diane Pamela Drake Terry & Cheryle Earnheart Greg & Kathy Elder Dr. Virginia Eschbach ECT Surgical Associates Nancy Farley Bob & Shirley Ferguson Jodi Ferguson Dallas & Judy Ferrel Linda Field Fluke Corporation Carol Foss Tom & Patty Freeburg Joel & Suzanne French Mike & Christine Gaffney Mark & Pam Gargett Lisa George

Dr. Art & Peggy Gerdes Tracy & Tina Gilson Geoff & Carlene Goldfinch Dr. Randall Gould Dr. Steven & Stacee Grant Debra Greaves Ann Green Matt Griffin Dr. Clayton & Barbara Haberman Nik & Janice Halladay Dr. Jeff & Eileen Hambleton Craig & Peggy Hartsburg Dr. Sarah Hathaway Cheryl Henley Rick & Julie Hermanson Hermanson Company Todd & Lolly Hofheins Patricia Holmes Janice Hoyt Barbara Hudson Hudson Bay Insulation Eva Hughes Dr. Thomas & Heidi Hutchinson Arvol Hyatt Institute for Family Centered Care Noel & Michelle James David Jespersen Peter & Shanley Johndrow Valerie Johnson Rebecca Jones Lawrence & Linda Jubie Dr. Ernest & Debra Kawamoto Dana Kelly Kelly Kikuchi AnneMarie Killen-Gall Dr. Ellen Kim Kimberly Clark Lynda Kingman Patricia Kirby Ray & Anna Lee Kirtley Klein Honda Daren & Lori Kloes Joy Knox Joyce Kobayashi Kevin & Christy Kosche Claudia Krakora Claudia Kusulos Curt Kwak Drs. L. Albert & Salwa Labib Aileen Langhans

The individuals and organizations listed in this report reflect new gifts and commitments received from January 1, 2010, through December 31, 2010.


Charles Ray Jeffrey Ray Betty Rodland Buzz & Carol Rodland Rodland Toyota Linda Rodriguez Thomas & Bonnie Ronan Dr. Tony & Kathie Roon Chas & Judy Roudebush Ed & MariLana Rubatino Rural Metro Ambulance Cheryl Sackrider Gail Savre Idamae Schack Duane & Mary Schireman The Seneca Real Estate Group Tim & Carla Serban Dr. James & Melody Sheahan Jeff & Heather Shelby Lisa Shumaker Mark Sizemore Art & Marianne Skotdal Sodexo Somnia Sparling D.W. Spencer St. Jude Medical Center Valerie Stalsbroten Maribeth Stein Tina Stensland Barbara Stimek Eva Terry Eric & Christie Tipton Tulalip Tribe Foundation Vic & Wendy Turner Union Bank Spark & Cheryl Van Winkle VECA Electric Lori Vocca David & Pamela Wachob Marilyn Walker Cox Brandy Ward Wells Fargo Bank Ted & Teresa Wenta Eric & Wendy Werttemberger Whidbey Island Bank David & Sharon White David Whitley Gary & Catherine Wickman Valerie Wiegele

Linda Wilcoxson Robert Williams Matt & Vicki Wonser Dr. Gerard & Elizabeth Wygant Caryn Young Gretchen Zemke $1,000 to $2,499 Dr. Stephanie & Michael Abbott Advanced Perfusion Care Shawna Akin Erin Al Wazan Deanna Allen Denise Alme Barbara Anderson Keica Anderson Anderson Hunter Law Firm Lorena Arevalo Jennifer M. Armstrong Patricia Artache Lauri Atherton Dr. David & Helen Atkins Axia Financial Dori Baker Stuart Barger & Dr. Naomi Katsh Patrick and Denise Barry Dr. Russell Beckley Dr. David & Janelle Beyer Robert Bibb Gordon & Donna Bjorg Ted Bongat Chris Britton Tracy Brossard Jessica Burgess Marite Butners Raelynn Canell Anna Leah Canoy Dr. E. Scott & Jane Casselman Lloyd Christensen Dr. John & Marilynn Churchill Tom & Jane Collins Lisa Collins Myra Cooley Rick Cooper & Robin Hilton Ned & Pam Daniels Sandra Darnold Dr. Harold Dash & Victoria Romero Lori Davis Lori Dean Mike & Cathy Deller

Paul & Bonnie DeLong Loretta Dickinson Mike & Cathy Dire Mark & Kathy Duffy Mary Webb Duryee Brenda Eckley Jerry & Julie Elkington Robin Elliott Laurie Emery Everett Sertoma Club Michael & Maggie Faulkner Barbara Fowler Joel & Mary French Frederick Frowner Tom & Sue Gaffney Mark Garm Geoffrey & Kathy Gibbs Wallene Godden Diane Gordon & Dr. Michael Koerner   Shannon Gordon Jenneth Gray Barbara Grimes Dan & Shana Gutierrez Anna Hackett Paul & Jami Hagman Sandra Hammer Kristine Hansen Nicole Hawkins Leanne Henning Kevin Hickman Amy Hodge Mike & Pat Holcomb Dora Holzerland Sylvia Horsch Ashley Hosking Al Houk Keith & Karen Howells Dan & Sue Huberty P. Jean Hughes IAFF Local 3916 Patricia Igo Chris & Sher Isenberg Christine Johnson James Johnson Jan Jones Gunnar Jungaro Judith Juntila Teri Karpen Janine Kelly

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Kathleen Larson Greg & Kathleen Lawson Judge J. Robert Leach & Vickie Norris Dr. Seunghyun Lee Robert Elton Leith Mark & Patty Lervick Kathryn Lewandowsky John & Julie Lienhard Gavin & Angie Loth Roni Lyons Shannon Macgowan Neansai Magee Betty Maitland Dr. Patris Marandi Sherry Marchi Matthew & Anne Masterson Julie & Pat McDonald Bud & Laurie McIrvin Dr. Thomas & Marilyn McNamara Debora Miller Ron Miller Ross & Sue Miller Dr. Beena Morris Jason & Caitlin Moulding Dr. Deborah Nalty Eileen Newton Molly Nolan Northwest Cardiovascular Network Edmund & Glenda Oas DeAnne Okazaki Brian & Brenda Olson Paul & Carol Onerheim George Ott Our 365 Pacific Gynecology Specialists, P.C. Pacific Topsoils, Inc. Carol E. Petersen Kelly Peterson Brett Petterborg Bruce & Christine Petway Providence Health & Services Providence Physician Group Premera Blue Cross Providence Regional Medical Center Board of Directors Providence General Children’s Association Frances Raschick Angela Ratcliff

Bonnie Keres Bob & Brenda Kerr January King Tiffany King Barbara Kleine Rosalie & Joe Kosher Jerry Krach Edna Kuipers Bob & Kathy Leach Roger & Linda Lervick Joyce Lindell Pauline Lindsey Gemma Lindsley Beld Debbie Litz Cheryl Lopez Julie Makela Jennifer Manion Shona Martin J. Brent & Connie McKinley Sara Mease Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation, Inc. Dorothy Merritt Jean & Bill Messner Microsoft Connie Mitchell Molina Healthcare, Inc., Dale Morris Kay Morrow Moss Adams Jennifer Myers The NBBJ Group Lorrie Nelson Patti Nitz Connie Niva Tina Nolen Dr. Kristofor Norland Dave & Holly Nottingham Susan O’Connor Tom & Tami Piasecki Steven & Debbie Pickette James & Margaret Potocsnak Providence Infusion and Pharmacy Services Sealja Puvogel Victoria Ramsey Eloise Reinders Cathy Reines Diana Reynolds Kristi Rhodes

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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Todd Rollins Pam Rossman Jeri Sackett Erin San Angelo Dr. Scott & Kristin Schaaf Arnold Schaffer Randy & Robin Schemkes Vicki Scott Yom Senegor Alissa Sibuma Chris & Shirley Sievers Marcie Silvis Dr. Edward & Dori Slosberg Peter Smeltz Terryl Smith Dr. Thomas Smith & Jean McMahon Tammy Spitzer Rebecca Stadnek Margaret Steen Dr. David & Abbie Stewart Jenifer Stuart Dean Sutton Zulima Sykes Carol Tankersley Elaine Thayer Dr. Charles & Joan Trask James & Mary Tremayne Sandra Twietmeyer Twin City Foods, Inc. Mildred Uzoma Dena Van Ness Dr. Dan Veljovich David & Lolly Victor Tony Wang Elizabeth Ware Patricia Watson Victoria Weeks Alan & Valerie Wegermann Wilma Wiley Sandie Wood Jeanette Woolman Brian Wright Dawn Zanoni

$500 to $999 ABC Special Event Rentals Samuel Armstrong Dr. Joseph Austin Sharon Averill-Bettinger

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Judy Baker Noreen Banaag Mark Baughman Robert & Jennifer Bayersdorfer Sharon Beatty Patricia Beginski Judy Bekker Bonnie Brown Norm & Kim Brown Sheryl Burke Brian & Nancy Burt Deborah Burton Peggy Busch Betsy Caldwell Peggy Canell W. John & Koko Carl Brett & Kendra Carlton Susan Carpenter Dawn Carr Dr. Vinaya Chepuri & Melanie Field Clark Nuber P.S. Coastal Community Bank Eric Cobbs Chris & Linnea Covington Jeff & Jodie Cymbaluk Stephanie Czerwonka Amber Davis Elyse Demaray Marcia DeVos Christopher Dias Rick & Crystal Donner Dr. Charles Drescher David Edwards Dr. David & Louise Erickson Susan Farden Robert Ferguson Fieldwork Seattle, Inc. First Heritage Bank Dr. Albert Fisk & Judith Harris Darrin Fuller Jim & Jan Gaffney Norman Gregory Alison Grim Cheri Groves Shawneri Guzman Randy & Janice Hansen Mike & Heidi Harder Eileen Harper Karen Hibbert James Hillman Catherine Hilton Sarah Hogan Mike & Debbie Hunsinger Stephen & Henrietta Jesmer Alan & Mary Johnson Mark & Gina King

Soon Hie Lee Ku Karen Laitnen Dwayne & Rosemary Lane Robert Lang Rick & Val Laporte Dr. Duane & Sharon Larson Jack & Gail Larson Dr. William Larter Don Levens Cheryl Linder Tom & Meri Little Dr. Friedrich & Jane Loura Dr. Richard & Kay Lyons Mary Marks Katherine Mathis Brooke Mattern Jeff Maxwell Kevin McCandlish & Charlie Chaffin Cory & Elizabeth McCarty Ken McCumber Mike McDonald Dr. Jade McGaff Dr. Burley McIntyre Kim Meritt Jeffrey Mitchell Linda Monroe Ray & Junie Moore John & Catherine Morales Jeanne Morimoto Christopher Muir James & JoAnn Mulligan Scott & Kippy Murphy Kristin Murphy Linda Myrick Linda Nightwood Brian & Diane Nitta Kevin & Brea O’Keefe Sammie Pancake Mark & Gwendalyn Papenhausen Stephen & Vicki Parker Rachael Parsley Dr. Purnima Patel Linda Pederson Jim & Carla Phillips Don & Dottie Piasecki Tony & Susie Pignataro Puget Sound Family Physicians PLLC Lyle & Sue Rader Kim & Leska Ratliff Nancy Reese Dr. Susan Reis & John Engel Dr. Joanne Roberts Hank & Donna Robinett Paul Robinett Christine Rohloff Julie Romanick

Jennifer Ross Phil & Lynn Ruckman Harmon Rulifson Cheri Russum Elizabeth Ruthford Karen & Mike Salmon Victor Salvino Mary Ann Sande Donald & Angelita Saylor Christian Schiller Marti Seitz Linda Severs Dr. Frank Sheridan Kim Shope Deborah Sibolski Ray & Mary Sievers Leslie Smithson Vernetta Stewart Tim & Paula Stout Edie Strowbridge T-Mobile Fred & Patricia Taucher The Standard Peggie Thompson Scott Torrey University of Washington Kelly Ussery Anastasia Utu Holli Beadell Van Valkenburg Tim & Cheryl Vincent Michael & Laurie Walsh Washington State Health Information Mgmt Association James & Magalen Webert Paula Webster Becky Weiderstrom William West West Seattle Recycling Brian Westerlund Kenneth & Kathleen Weston Dr. Marcia Wharton Larry Wilson Wood Harbinger, Inc. Elmer & Kathleen Yoder John & Sandy Ziemer Dr. David & Kathleen Zunkel

Vickie Ahmann Stacy Ahrens Elizabeth Ainsley William & Sally Alexander Matthew & Paula Alice Kelly Allen Muriel Allen Ann Almli Josephine Alphonse John Alskog Elizabeth Altabef Ann Marie Alton Julie Amdal American Cancer Society Jim & Brooke Amundsen Anacortes High School Sunshine Fund Brian Ancell Amy Anderson Bruce Anderson Charles Anderson Gordon Anderson Jack & Margaret Anderson Joel & Sandra Anderson Karen Anderson Katie Anderson Kay Anderson Mae Anderson Mary Ann Anderson Susan Anderson Terry Anderson W. Marvin Anderson Francis Andrews Anita Antl Gayle Applbaum Ms. Shirley Apprill Ain Apuya Laura Archer Kelli Armstrong Melissa Armstrong Ralph & Patti Arney Eileen Arrington Eleanor Artman Shirley Ashe Josefina Atienza Denney Austin Janice Ayres

Gifts under $500

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Spencer Bahner Michael Bailey Robin Baird Robert & Margaret Baker Mary Ball Bank of America Matching Gift Program Margaret Barhanovich Lillian Barnes

Sally Abelsen Dr. Paul Abson Brandon Ackley Robin Addison Carl & Laura Agne John Agnew

The individuals and organizations listed in this report reflect new gifts and commitments received from January 1, 2010, through December 31, 2010.


Thurston Bosley Evelyn Botesch Vickie Boursaw Bob & Andrea Boushey George & Jan Bowen Marianne Bowie Georgiana Bowman Sr. Chauncey Boyle Roger Bradt Dr. Antonio Brandt Dick & Mary Brannon Edith Braxton LeRoy & Caren Brennis Chris & Kerri Bresnan Harold Brewer Audrey Bridgham Margaret Bright Jeff Briley Katy Brock Genette Brocken Anita Brown Daun & Jane Brown Frederick Brown George Brown Linda Brown Marcy Brown Nicole Brown Ralph Brown Alana Brudvik Chris Brunner Patricia Brust Robert Bryan Barbara Bryenton Daniel Buell Jennifer Bugni Mel Buhr Tony Bundy Joe & El Jeanne Burkard Gigi & Corey Burke Lauri Burke Mary Burpee Michael Burrows Margaret Burton Jenna Buzzard

C C.O.R.E. Group Overeaters Anonymous Christina Cabelly Julius Caesar Lisa Cagle Cliff & Holly Call Deniz Campbell John Campbell Rebecca Campbell Starret Carless Charlene Carlson

Cheri Carmean Edward & Hillery Carpenter Jim & Laurie Carroll Karen Carroll Cascade Centre Jerry Case Ronald Castleberry Christine Castro Barbara Castrow Sabina Cerny Paul Challancin Georgia Chambers Michael & Carol Champoux Rhonda Chapman Barbara Chase Kathie Chong Herman & Georgia Chonzena Norma Christensen Sharon Christensen Louise Christianson Ellen Christilaw Donald Christopherson Nancy Churchill Lowell Barbara Cizek Robert Clark Lynne Clark McNamara Lynn Claudon & Charles Royer Lynn Clendenen Coastal Community Bank Suzanne Coble Emory & Molly Cole Mary Cole Bernice Coleman Margo Collins Ruth Collins Wendy Jo Colvin Comcast Arena Connie Compean Keith & Valerie Conti Prokopis Contoravdis Brenda Cook Jana Copeland Core Physicians, LLC Jean Correll Virginia Corrigan Lisa Cote Samantha Cotton Ray Coughlin Dr. Jack & Marilyn Courrier Carolyn Coward Dr. George & Annette Cox, Jr. Lynne Craig Robert Crain Drs. John Cramer & Suzanne Poppema Hugh Crawford Patricia Crawford

Dorothy Crossman Crothall Services Group Skip Crout Kristen Crowder Winifred Crowley Rosalie Crown Donald Culver Kathleen Cunningham

Kelle Dragich Michael Drais Sally Dreyer Judy Dupree Mary Duren Tim Dutton Dan Dwyer

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Ken & Mary Eaton Carol Ann Echols Bernard Edge Jill Edwards Nancy Edwards Ralph Edwards Leah Egge Dr. Robert Eilert Bruce & Barbara Eklund Al & Peggy Elenbaas Dan Elkins Patricia & Josephine Ellis Janet Elmore Agnes Enge Dr. Enrique Enguidanos Julie Erdmann Dr. Ali Erickson Earlene Erickson Steve Erickson Sam & Shriley Esperson Geraldine Evans Verla Evans Everett Community College Foundation

Pepper Dahlgren Jim & Diana Dahlbeck Whitney Dahlman Oeth Kari Dally Don Dalseg Dee Daly Du Quang Dam Theodore Daniels Allan Darr Danny Darst Janet Davenport Todd Davidson James Davis Faye Dawson Laura De Kam Shirley Dean Harriett DeBroeck Anita DeCaigny William Deckard Jeff Decker Jona Decker Drexel DeFord Linda Defouw Ann Degarmo Arthur & Grace Degroot Kathi DeJong Norma Denney Michelle Desoto Joseph & Roberta Dick Wilma Dickinson Juliann Dillhoff Jim & Bonnie Dinehart James & Linda Dippman Ernest & Patricia Dire Richard & Beverly Ditri Nancy Divers Bob & Liz Dobler Bill & Bev Dobler Andrew Dobrowsky Lynne Dohm Isik & Kutlu Doluca Jeremy & Tess Don Delbert & Sharon Doty Loni Downing David Dowsley Robert Doyle

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F Gina Facchini Penny Fagerlie Monina Fahrenkrug David Falkner Christine Farmer Paul Farmer Guy Faubion Kevin Faulkner Charles & Betty Faung Rick & Happi Favro Lyle Federenko Sheila Ferrell Rich & Angela Fetro Genee Fickett Shelley Fink Robin Finnerty Stephanie Fisher Dr. Gale & Dee Flake Rose Fleischmann Annette Flick Jill Flood Yeon Keong Foldenauer

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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Charles Barr Kimberly Barrett Twig Barrett Lee Barron Leslie Baumgartner Don & Jane Baus Jeanette Baylon Russell Beadle Matt Beales Richard & Susan Beam Patricia Bear Mary Pat Beardsley Phillip & Sonya Beardsley Olive Beauchamp Susan Beazer Helen Beeston Helen Behan Richard Beidle Esther Bennett Marilyn Bennett Marlene Bennett Erik Benson John & Pat Benson Rodger & Carlee Benson Denise Benzel Duane Berg Linda Berg Gary & Barbara Bergeron James & Sally Bergman Tonee Bertalan Richard Bertran Jeanette Bertrand Gordon Betts Judy Bialek Cathy Bierman Brian Bilger Judy Billick Jean Billinger Dauine & Monae Birkhofer Jonathan Bishop David Bissell Marjorie Bissell Jim & Susie Black Janie Blakely Suzanne BlissRuiz William & Elizabeth Bliven Harvey Block Jean Bloom Jim Bloom Yvonne Bloomingdale Lynn Blosser Mark Bodine Dr. James Bommarito John & Stepheny Bonner Nicole Boomer Ethel Boothby


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Teenie Followell Dorothy Foraker Alf & Diane Forde Marjorie Forrester Robert & Kathryn Forrester Janice Foster Rick Foster Roland & Deidra Fournier Alyce Fox Evelyn Frank Susan Frank Lisa Franseen Virginia Freal Eileen Freed Jill Freeman Alan Frey Anne Marie Frisby Peter Frost Becky Fulcher Scott & Toni Fulcher Tracy Fulton

G John & Sally Galt Kimberly Galus Melinda Galvez L. Ralph & Harriet Gamman Dr. Gregory Ganzkow Brooke Gardner Ron Garneau Ruth Garner Phyllis Garrett Martina Gassmann Fern Gebert Vicki Gebow Jean George Susie Gerbing John Gerike Shelley Ghosn Elizabeth Gibbs Ann Gibson Shirley Gibson Carol Giffen Danny & Sharon Giger Robert Gilbert Richard & Barbara Gilmore Maryanne Giolitti Lori Gish John & Sally Gjendem Shirley Glandon James & Yvonne Glendenning Scott Glowaski Dr. Greta Go & Joe Gendreau Laurie Gober Jon Gobiet Ivene Goemaere

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Sharon Goetz Carol Gogarty Jenae Goldfinch Liz Goldfinch Lynn Gonzalez Michael & Kathleen Goodhew Cheryl Gordon Lyle Gordon Michael Gorman Budd & Kathy Gould Ione Goulet Estate Robert Gowdey Sejal Graber Robert & Evelyn Graef Marita Grasher Grass Roots Outdoor Specialty Ski and Snowboarding Phil Greany Greater Everett Community Foundation Nathan Green Dr. Ronald Green Susan Green Christina Greene William Greene Robert Greenhalgh Sandra Gregg Sally Greve Robert & Barbara Griffith Eileen Grimes Tom & Cheryl Grinna David & Irma Gross William & Mary Grosse Lois Grouns Daniel Grudin Betty Gruver Dr. Charles & Diane Guildner Joan & Paul Gurian Gary Gusinsky Richard & Louise Guthrie

H Suzanne Habben Karen Hackett Don & Patricia Hagglund Linn & Wynne Ann Hagstrom Bud & Norma Haines James & Susan Haley Clinton Hall Robert Hallberg & Diane Southworth Allan Halvorson Ardell Halvorson & Marian Pappas Gregory & Valerie Hamada Mary Hammerquist Herb & Alpha Hammons Mike & Jaynie Hampton Barb Haner

Ben Hanich Arthur & Margaret Hansen Linda Hansen Sarah Hansen Cheryl Hanses Carl & Karen Hanson Verona Hanson Jim Harman Dorothy Harms Augustina Harper Becky Harris Nellie Harris Warren & Charlotte Harrison Sharon Harriss Robert Harvey Holly Haskins Stephanie Haskins Nancie Hassenfratz Dr. Dawn Hastreiter & Alok Srivastava Peter Hatch Christine Hatcher Jim & Kirsten Haugen John Haugen, Jr. Bryce Hausmann Pat & Janet Hawes James & Barbara Hawkins Patricia Hawkins John & Susan Hawley Mary Hayes Stephanie Haynes Bob & Irene Hazelbrook Meyna Hebert Tanya Hegr Harland & Elizabeth Heil Gloria Heinck Bettie Heinsheimer Kevin & Jody Heiser Norman & Jean Helm Fran Henderson Pat & Rae Ann Henderson Robert & Kathleen Henderson Diana Hendren Helen Hendrickson Michael Hendrickson Dr. Kathryn Hettel Gabriele Heys Ronald Hicks Marcia Hild Grace Hill Liz Hill Kathleen Hillis Jerry & Helga Hilson Mike Hinson Heather Hissong Thomas & Maureen Hoban Bob & Lisa Hoffman

Don & Shirley Hofstrand Helen Hoggarth Jean Hokanson Debra Holeman David & Gayle Holland Evelyn Hollis Connie Holloway Joseph & Cathlyn Holton Linda Holtorf Robert & Sandra Hood John & Lisa Hooper Dolores Hornfeck Roger & Patty Hots Jame Hough Cydney Houghton Jeri Howe Patrick & Anneliese Howell John Howes Dr. Roland & Dee Hublou Zaira Hudyma Theone Humphrey Louise Hundertmark Julia Hurley Darlene Hussey Philip Hutmacher Lai Huynh

I Chris Imbler Derek Ingalls Marjorie Ingram Kathryn Isaacson

J Charlie & Maureen Jackson Jay & Marjorie Jacobs Gordon Jacobsen Carolyn Jacobson Larry Jacobson Calvin James Lisa Jameson Karin Janik Josh & Cheryl Jansen Dr. Carl Janzen Barbara Jenkins Edward & Karen Jennings Cory Jensen George & Janice Jensen Judy Jensen A. Wallace Johnson Doris Johnson James Johnson James R. Johnson Kenneth Johnson Russell & Barbara Johnson

Scott & Laurie Johnson Tom & Shirley Johnson Waino & Concetta Johnson William & Elsa Johnson Conijane Johnson Cathy Johnston Frank & Carol Jones Deborah Jordan Sheryll Jorgensen Susan Jorgensen Merri Joy Thomas & Sally Joy Lori Joyce Steven & Nancy Juntwait

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Susan Kaftanski R.C. & Dorothy Kalma Bud & Jeannine Kammer Robert Kane Thelma Kane Young Kang Connie Kantzer Harjinderpal Kaur Arnold & Martha Kegel Gloria Keith Dorothea Kellam Alice Mae Kelley Clinton Kelly Dr. Mary & Tom Kelly Rick & Kacey Kemp Helen Kendall & Bill Sanford Mike Kennedy Jennifer Kent Marilou Keppler Bill & Paula Kirby Rhonell Kercheval Diane Kieland David & Antigone Killingstad Leonard Kilwien Gene Kinder Linda Kinder Barbara King Robert & Janis Kinney Don Kirkwood John & Ann Kisela Rory Klein Steve & Carol Klein Dr. James & Bobbi Klicpera Leroy & Donna Kloes Ronald & Linda Knight Steve Knudsen & Mardi Hopkins Collen Knutzen Tim Knutzen Sharon Koch Valerie Koepnick

The individuals and organizations listed in this report reflect new gifts and commitments received from January 1, 2010, through December 31, 2010.


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Stephen & Suzanne La Rash Jody Labissoniere Max Lach Lady of Silk & Greenery L.L.C. Christina Laffranchi Louis & Dana Lamb Jaclyn Lamont Marc & Jamie Lanegraff Karin LaPierre Judy Larkin Dana & Darren Larson Jill Larson Michelle Larson Steve & Brenda Larson Jeanne Lavell Suzanne & Dennis Lawson Marcia Layouni Janna LazelleLake Beverly Leaf Ruth LeBrun Norma Leduc Kenneth Lee Shannon Lefley Elsie Lefree Donna Lehr Kalman & Alice Leichtman Thomas & Leanne Leingang Carole Leitzell Dr. Linda Leum Donna Levin Don & Jo Levin Don & Debbie Lewis M. Joyce Lewis Kelly Libby Barbara. Lindahl Katrina Lindahl Gary & Kathleen Linger Rich Link Stan Liu Stephanie Lloyd James & Marianne Lockhart Janet Lockwood

Karen Lohse Beslie Long Sue Long Phyllis Lont Marcena Lookabaugh Raul Lopez John & Kimberly Love Wilma Love Norman & Nancy Lowery Oscar Lucas Tim Luetzow Chuck & Alice Lundgren Greg Lunz Michael & Joanne Lynn Roger Lynn Dale & Marsha Lyski

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Macaulay & Associates, Ltd. Cal & Val MacDonald Georgia Machotka Kari Mack Margaret Mack Karyn MacKenzie Daniel Mackillop Veronica Macklem Pearl Maddy James Madison Todd & Jessica Madison Dr. Toshiko Magnus Magnusson Klemencic Associate, Inc. Joelle Mahlum Randall & Cindy Malawy Gretchen Maletich Iris Malmevikbryant Joyce Mannon Mark & Paula Mantei Fe Marave Jackie Markel Kathy Marker Sandy Marks Betty Marleau Dan & Marian Martin Bruce & Joanne Martina Adam Martinez Craig Masterman George Masuda Darrel & Pam Matthew Dr. Steven Maxood Carly McArdle Carol McArthur Dr. Paul & Susan McBride Dr. Brian & Monica McCallie Charles & Loraine McCarthy Joseph McCarthy Lori McCarthy Smith

McClain Insurance Services Troy & Nicole McClelland Bill & Karen McColl George & I. Opal McConnell Sherri McCord William McCredie Thomas McDonagh Betty McDonald Bryan & Kristin McDonald Stephanie McDonald Norman & Sarah McFarland Lee McGlothern Carol McKay Jean McKay Judy McKee Charles McKibbin Bruce & Cynthia McKinnon Randall McLeod Jeff McLynch Beatrice McMaster Bruce & Kathy McNeil Sally McPherson Carrie Medford Martha Mee Roberta Meis Michael & Evelyn Melockoff Jeff & Christie Messmer Cindy Metteer Jeanne Metzger Julie Meyer Patricia Mezzulo Barbara Miars Greg & Lisa Middendorf Maureen Milchem Mia Miley Mill Town Credit Union Heidi Mills Jenefer Mills Dr. Judith Milner Madalyn Mincks Lawrence Minge Dr. Hugh & Jackie Minor Barbara Mitchell Cyndi Mitchell Irene Mitchell Jeannette Mitchell Connie Miyata Robert Moch Ramona Moe Elizabeth Moeller Mary Mohr Jane Molenkamp Evelyn Monroe Dr. William Monteforte, Jr. Ronald & Sandra Moody Karen Mooers

Helen Moore Marilee Moore Tess Morales Irene Moran Kelly Morgan William Morgan Mortimer Moriarty Jan Morrill Jerry Morris Rita Morris Bryan & Amy Morrison Lea Mortelmans Ryan & Diane Mortenson Leo & Vera Moser Mount Vernon Grocery Outlet Mountain Pacific Bank Movin’ 92.5 James Mueller Kay Muller Lucille Munro Art Murdock Louise Myers Jack & Laura Myles

N Sonia Nakamoto Leonard & Margaret Nash Ramona Navarrete Julie Neal Susan Neal Christina Nelson Victor Nelson Virginia Nelson Michael Neufeld David Neumann Warren & Jean Newcomer Donna Newell Si & Lisa Newland George & Maribeth Newland Shirley Newman Christie Newton Bill & Nancy Nichols William & Bonnie Nicholson Michelle Niesen Dr. Frank Nieto & Barb Siray-Nieto Peter Nigro Bahrun Nisa Astrid Norman Beverly Norris Teri Novorusky David & Cynthia Nowowiejski Dana Nyman Robert Nys Kathy & Brad Nysether

O Cheri O’Brien R. Phane O’Brien Stephen & Kate O’Brien Don & Terri O’Neal Bronwen O’Neill Glen & Sandra Oberg Elizabeth Oday Smith Pamela Oke Brad & Christine Oldfield Anne Olsen Robert Olsen & Cheryl Kaminski Donna Olson Dusty Olson Tami Olson Davidson Hella Oppegard Heather Ormsby Louis & Arlene Oskowski Elizabeth Otteni Corky & Suzan Otter Bob & Myrna Overstreet Margaret Overturf Jason Owens

P Elizabeth Pacely Dr. Albert Pacifico Larry & Linda Padgett Michelle Page Penny Page Tony Palagyi Clarice Palella Edelmira Paredes Carlton Parker Chris Parker Jane Parker Micaela Parker Shean Parmalee Pat Parnell Thomas Parrill Garret Parsons Dr. Marshall Partington & Jeanette Bonaker Lester & Susan Partlo Allen & Donna Patchett Bobbie Patchin Mark & Pauline Patterson John Patz Jerry Patzer Leighann Pavek Tom Peak Duane & Lianne Pearson Daniel & Jean Pederson Gordon & Lyanne Peltonen Carole Penwell

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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201o annual report • individual and corporate donors

Chuck & Charlotte Koerber Mary Koontz Mary Koreski Blanch Kosche Raymond Kosiba Ksenia Kostenko Panos & Toula Koutlas Larry & Sharon Kramis Carol Kummerle Elma Kuntz Donald & Barbara Kusler Donald Kwon


201o annual report • individual and corporate donors

Charles & Rosemary Percell Richard Perry Perteet Inc. Anne Peterson Eugene Peterson Janice Peterson Jay Peterson Kenneth Peterson Dale & Beth Pettett Lois Pickard Tanya Pilchard T. Clyde & Judy Pitcher Jeff & Kathy Pittman Bonnie Pittrof K. Pixley Bruce & Bobette Plendl Paula Plummer Carol Plymale Minnie Pohlman Mercedes Poland Phyllis Pollock Susan Pollock Joseph Polocz Pete & Aileen Poortinga Dale & Marion Pope Kim & Karie Porterfield Lowell Posey Amy Poteete Mary Pratt Dr. Christopher & Erika Price Lynn Price Kerrie Priest Lori Prins Teri Prochaska Providence Hospice & Home Care of Snohomish County Sharleen Puckett Joan Pugliese Greg & Dorothy Putney

Q&R Linda Quinto Zoran & Mirran Rajcic Jessica Rangaram Rebecca Ransom Mary Rapacik John Rashford Rachel Read Alma Reed Lorraine Regan Theresa Reid Madeline Renkens Jane Reynolds Rev. Jack & Joneen Richards Robert Richards Diana Richardson

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Donald Richardson George & Donna Richardson James & Janette Richardson Kevin Riddell George Ridderbusch Meaghan Rideout Alice Riemland Charles Riley Marlene Ringen Michael & Barbara Ripp Jacob & Mina Ritland Harvey & Mary Ritland Jason Olsson & Christy Robicheaux-Olsson Bruce Robinson Kristi Robinson Jami Roedell Kenneth Roelen Patricia Rojas Charlene Rollman James & Patricia Roosma Gordy & Cindy Rose Rev. H. Stewart Ross Kathleen Ross William & Janis Rossiter Sheliah Roth James & Dorothy Rothnie Jerrlyn Rott Robert & Christine Rowe Linda Rucinski Roberta Rudy Amy Ruotsala Terrence & Carol Ryan Robert & Janice Ryder

S Gretchen Saari Nancy Safford MaryAlice Salget Paulette Salisbury Margaret Salmassy Angelica Sanchel Gilbert & Janette Saparto Barbara Sather D. Eileen Sawyer Devin & Laurie Saylor Mary Schaefer Ralph & Shirley Schapler James & Nona Scharf Robert Scheldrup Stokes Auction Group, Inc. Jim Schmidt Edward Schoeler, Sr. Stuart Schrader John & Renee Schrock Shelley Schubert

Lawrence Schug Matt Schuld Patricia Schultz Carol Schwartz Wilbur Sea Sueanne Seather Trevor & Ivonna Seaton Anna Sebring Marlene Sellers Yolanda Sells Angelo & Nancy Semeraro Dr. Richard & Andrea Semon Senior AA Group Laura Senter John Sevenich Floyd Seymour Mersedeh Schmidt Roberta Shannon Thomas Shapley Surinder & Sawarnlata Sharma Dr. Dan & Jana Shaw Sharon Shaw Matthew Sheaffer Tammy Sheary Count & Bev Sheehan Michael Shelly Mary Shepherd Kerilyn Sheppard Mark Shissler Mikhail Shutova Jeff & Bree Sievers Gordon Simmons Dan Simpson Kathy Simpson Jean Sinn Randall Sinn Michelle Sistek Nancy Sitton John Sjoden Dr. Thomas & Marianna Skalley Heather Skillman Paula Skomski John Skucy Shirley Small Janis Smevaag Narvin & Margaret Smiley Betty Smith Brett & Sara Smith Butch & Pat Smith Corilei Smith Judy Smith Larry Smith Mary Smith Ruth Smith S. Paul Smith Sandra Smith

Sherryann Smith Ronald & Sue Ann Smith Dan & Diane Smoots Susan Snelson Ellen Snow Betty Mae Snyder Rick & Susan Snyder Sallie Soderman Doug & Nancy Soetaert Swanhilde Solchany Charles & Sharon Solem Emma Sorensen Jolink Dominic Soriano Nancy Sosnove Ilse Spang Robert & Janne Anne Spieker Mary Stackpole Charles & Elsie Stahl Pauline Stansell Jeannette Staudt Barbara Stave Thomas Steck Robert & Sharon Steele Mel Sheldon Gayl Spilman Trudy Steidel Mayor Ray & Vicki Stephanson Earl Stephens Janice Stern Gary Stevens Trevor Stewart Todd & Gretchen Stiger Ruth Stocker Marguerite Storch Ralph Stordal Darrell & Marjorie Storkson Merrill Street Jerald & Tina Streutker Dan Stryker Howard & Lucille Succo Melvin & Sharon Suhr John & Marion Sullivan Sunday Morning AA Group Cathy Surerus Drs. Pete & Erin Sutcliffe Heidi Sutherland Marit Sutliffe Loretta Swanson Scott & Donna Swoboda

T Johanna Takayesu Bernie Tamez Doris Taylor Mary Taylor Mindy Taylor

Paige Taylor Paris & Poh Lee Templin Mary Testerman Angela Thayer Erin Thomas Laurel Thomas Leo Thomas Patricia Thomas Wendy Thomason Karen & Jim Thompson Craig & Linda Thompson Mark & Karen Thompson Ron & Heidi Thompson Martin Thorkildsen Nora Tiffany Dick & Nancy Tilschner Don & Joyce Tisdel Gayle Tjersland Karen Todd Richard Todd Kelly & Sheila Tolle Kathy Torgerson Bryan Touchet Molly Tow Sally Townsan Luiza Trahan Wallace & Karen Trana Dr. Robert & June Trosvig Hiromi Truong Thien Truong Glen & Ella Tuininga Dr. Cedric & Ann Tuohy Ahmet Tural Bob & Mary Tuttle

U&V Robert Usher Randy & Maddy Metzger Utt Miriam Valentine Truman & Elizabeth Van Bebber Marcia Van Someren Tasha Vander Meer Gerald Vander Vate Henrica Vanderwende Carol Vandevanter Tom & Jude Vang Roland VanHaeften Ginger VanMourik Violette Varekamp Gerald Vasquez Dianna Vedders Robert Vernon Donna Vessel Marjorie Vianco Vernon Calie Vick Robert Vien

The individuals and organizations listed in this report reflect new gifts and commitments received from January 1, 2010, through December 31, 2010.


W Jerry & Reata Wainscott Clare Waite Carrol Walker Tom & Claudia Walker Sharon Wallace Richard Walsh & Alice Rolph Skip & KayLynn Walz Ann Wang Jonathan & Sharon Ward Aileen Warren Dr. Chad & Caroline Warren Melissa Warren Washington Montana Physician Services Council Washington State Fraternal Congress Dawn Watson Glenn & Claire Watson Janice Weatherill Joe & Margaret Weber Marie Webster Gary & Carolyn Weikel Sue Weiss Joseph Weller Leon & Elaine Wells Carolyn Wendt Eldon & Carolyn Wexler Kathleen Whalen Larry Whalen Allan & Janice White Fabian White Helen White Lon White Lori White Marjory White Ronald White Scott & Sharron White Sharron K. White Dianne Whitman Miner Wicked Cellars Mary Wickert Lee Wiita Valerie Wilkerson Stephen & Roberta Willard Marcia Willett Linda Williams Myrna Williams Phyllis Williams Tammie Mae Williams Gaona Kellie Williard Billie & Henrietta Wilson

Clyde Wilson Jack Wilson Karen Wilson Patricia Wilson Walter Wilson Kim Winston Dr. Will & Kathy Wisbeck Jane Wiseman Nancy Wittgren Connie Wittren Mark & Susan Wolken Craig Wood Harry & Deborah Wood Lori Ann Wood Waldie Wood Dale & Carla Woodard Cheryl Wright Linda Wright Vicki Wright Betty Wyatt Carolyn Wyble

Y Roy & Barbara Yates Randy & Joyce Yates Judith Yeakel Sok Yinn Dr. Liam & Liza Yore Donna York Joan York-Walksy Lori Young Martha Young James & Susan Youngquist Jim & Phillippa Yowan Abel Yzaguirre

Z Bratislav Zak Matthew Zang Carol Zanzig Julie Zarn Jose & Janey Zavala Tonya Zehrung Edy Zelinka Dr. Tomasz Ziedalski Diane Ziegler Sheila Zimmerman Michael Zimmermann Steven Zones Catherine Zuanich

In-Kind Gifts of $100 or more ABC Special Event Rentals Act Theatre Aeropostale Alaska Airlines Alderbrook Resort & Spa Alfy’s Pizza Dr. H. Frank & Jan Andersen Anthony’s HomePort Restaurant Argosy Cruises Arnie’s of Mukilteo Judy Baker Phil & Scuttle Bannan BeeHive Day Spa Bob & Cathy Betz Gordon & Carol Bjorg Jim & Susie Black Dr. Erica Peavy Blue Tami Brown Jennifer Bugni Barb Calkins Holly Call Campbell’s Resort on Lake Chelan Dr. E. Scott & Jane Casselman Century Ballroom Kent & Barb Chaplin Chateau Ste. Michelle Louise Christianson Dr. John & Marilyn Churchill Clancy’s Ski School Comcast Community Ice Rink & Centerplate Curves Claudette Delger Mike & Cathy Deller Jen DeLong & Joe Elenbaas Dr. William & Elizabeth Dickinson

Dimitrious Jazz Alley Terry & Cheryle Earnheart Emory’s Lake House Restaurant Dr. Enrique Enguidanos The Everett Clinic Vision Center Evergreen Print Solutions Fairmont Olympic Hotel Family Maternity Center Dr. Jim & Mary Lou Finley Patricia Freeburg Edwardo Garcia Shelley Ghosn Geoff & Carlene Goldfinch Grass Roots Outdoor Specialty Ski and Snowboarding Arthur & Margaret Hansen Max & Penny Harrison Jason Himple & Jeff Dillard Kevin & Gayle Humann Jamie & Kathy Hunter Inn at Langley Jared’s of Tukwila Ronald John Harv & Jan Jubie Larry & Linda Jubie K & H Integrated Print Solutions Kamiak High School Independent Living Class Key Arena KPMG La Conner Channel Lodge Chris & Robin Larson Le Visage Wellness Leonetti Cellar Dr. Friedrich & Jane Loura William & Karen McMahan Bill & Jean Messner Mill Town Credit Union Marilee Moore Northwest Plus Credit Union Vickie & Mark Nysether Oregon Shakespeare Festival Mary Beth Person Kathy Pittman

Dale & Marion Pope Port Ludlow Resort Kim & Karie Porterfield Providence Regional Pharmacy Staff Providence Children’s Center Providence General Children’s Association Providence Regional Laboratory Staff Providence Regional Pediatrics Staff Robinson Designs Betty Rodland RR Donnelley Randy & Robin Schemkes SeaPort Airlines Seattle Repertory Theater Mersedeh Schmidt Reid & Linda Shockey Shuffle Interiors Silver Cloud Inn Dr. Thomas Smith & Jean McMahon Susan & Richard Snyder Somnia Inc. Anesthesia Services Stadium Flowers Studio Donna Team Fitness Team Photogenic Ted’s Sports Center The 5th Avenue Theater The Container Store The Herald Tulalip Resort & Casino Village Restaurant, Inc. Lori Vonderhorst Washington Stealth Wicked Cellars Matt & Vicki Wonser Sandie Wood Worldmark by Wyndham

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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201o annual report • in-kind gifts

Jose Villa Vitalstim Inc. Lorraine Voyles Richard & Merridee Vuori


201o annual report • memorial gifts

In Memory Of...

Dr. Leon Aller Dr. Thomas & Heidi Hutchinson

Herbert Hoover Denison Don & Lynda Denison

Mary A. Barnard Lorraine Regan

Kim Blunt Twig Barrett Coastal Community Bank Comcast Arena Robert Doyle Mary Webb Duryee Dr. Charles & Diane Guildner Don & Shirley Hofstrand Stan Liu Macaulay & Associates, Ltd. Dr. Hugh & Jackie Minor Mountain Pacific Bank T. Clyde & Judy Pitcher

Nancy Barr Sharon Goetz Virl Basim Roberta Shannon

Albert Anderson Anacortes High School Sunshine Fund Carol B. Anderson Virginia Corrigan Richard Gilmore

Jan Beck Barbara Cizek Lillian Bernhard Dr. Jack & Marilyn Courrier Theodore Daniels Barbara Fowler Marjorie & Jay Jacobs Randall & Cindy Malawy Randy Petty & Tai Le Mary Rapacik Lynn Silver Joseph Paul Blaschka Marita Grasher

Darrell Emnott Thomas & Shirley Johnson

Jerri Jo Haffner Sally Abelsen John & Pat Benson Gordon Betts Jean Billinger Core Physicians, LLC Jim & Diana Dahlbeck Anne Fournier Roland & Deidra Fournier Jeff McLynch

Sara W. & Jesse E. Eschbach Dr. Virginia Eschbach

Nancy Hall Jamie & Kathy Hunter

Ralph R. Brantner Warren & Charolotte Harrison

Shirley Ann Facey Marcia Hild

Raili Hanson Dr. Robert & June Trosvig

Earl Britton Stephen & Suzanne La Rash Chuck & Alice Lundgren Charles & Rosemary Percell Richard & Marjorie Rodland Charlene Rollman

Ronald Finch Robert & Margaret Bavasi Mary Webb Duryee Bruce & Barbara Eklund Diana Hendren Clinton Kelly Marcia Layouni Mountain Pacific Bank Kay Muller

Anne Hartline Bill & Paula Beatty Dr. Jim & Mary Lou Finley

Stuart French Janna Michelle Lazelle-Lake

Jim Hayes Sharon Goetz

Michael Gacke Mount Vernon Grocery Outlet

Katie Hovik Margaret Overturf

John Gleadle Karin Janik Mr. & Mrs. J. Lissner

Isabel William & Tamzin Harris

Dorothy Burch Eileen Arrington Geneva Byers Patricia Thomas Jane Canell Janet Davenport Anita Claymore W. Marvin Anderson James & Janette Richardson James Conforth Linda Rodriguez Arlene Dabrusca Laura Archer Ruth Ann Danielson Marjorie ViancoVernon Washington State Fraternal Congress

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Bill Dorway Ben & Florence Hansen Edwin Dressel Lisa Collins

Joan Grout Yvonne Bloomingdale

Robert Havlik Bryan Touchet Ann Hayes Providence Regional Medical Center Everett

Judge Clyde & Ruth Jeffers Steve & Jo Saunders Gary W. Jefferson George & Donna Richardson Dorothea Kellam Herb & Bonita Hubbard Patricia Kincaid Dr. Jack & Marilyn Courrier


Elmer Knudsen Helen Hoggarth Andrew Alexander Kusulos Claudia Kusulos Curtis L. Larson Dana & Darren Larson Lloyd & Linda Lingel Mickey Larson Eileen Arrington Veronica Lassen Roger Lynn Richard Levin Donna Levin Joe Lubach Michael & Carol Champoux Michael J. McCaw Jona Decker Trudy Steidel A. Pat Miller Beverly Miller Charlene Marie Mitchell John & Julie Dickson Robert Mitchell Terry Anderson Terry Mitsky Michael & Joanne Lynn

Bernadine Modene Mel Buhr Georgia Chambers Warren & Jean Newcomer Butch & Pat Smith Alfred Muller, Jr. Providence Regional Medical Center Everett Bill & Bev Dobler Ben & Florence Hansen Gloria Heinck Roger & Patty Hots George & Janice Jensen Cyndi Mitchell Dr. David & Kathleen Zunkel Jackie Murdock Art Murdock Dennis Nakamoto Sonia Nakamoto Leonard Olsen Claire Carter Robert Olsen Ronald & Linda Knight Melva Paul Donna Johnson Eddie Picardo Shirley Dean Louise Hundertmark Bruce Robinson

Mary Pinette Providence Regional Medical Center Everett Robert Doyle Kathleen Gutierrez Bettie Heinsheimer Liz Hill Thomas & Margaret Hoban Cathy Johnston Madalyn Mincks David & Cynthia Nowowiejski Anne Olsen Jane Parker Darrell & Marjorie Storkson John & Marion Sullivan Allan & Janice White Dr. David & Kathleen Zunkel

Joe & Regina Stoker Pamela Drake

Mike Rewak Michael Hendrickson

George R. Walsh Michael & Laurie Walsh Richard Walsh & Alice Rolph

Steve & Mary E. Saunders Steve & Jo Saunders Byron Schatz Mary Pat Beardsley Karen Sherry Maryanne Giolitti Preston & Erna Simmons Preston & Jill Simmons Duane Sivanish Sharon Goetz Bertha Smith Eileen Arrington Robert Stein Maribeth Stein Robert Steinruck Providence Regional Medical Center Everett

Marilyn Tatham Robert & Kathleen Henderson Maurine Taylor Vern Anderson Georgia Machotka Shannon Vaninetti Wurth & Suzanne Coble Don & Shirley Hofstrand Jean Hokanson William Vogel Barbara Bryenton

Doris Burgh Wentworth Joan York Walksy Amy Werlich Claudine Yonke Harriet Winde Don & Jane Baus

James Wood James Johnson Olive Torset Lawrence Wood John & Sally Galt Jean Wrathall Shelley Fink Dolores Horn

The individuals and organizations listed in this report reflect new gifts and commitments received from January 1, 2010, through December 31, 2010. 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.

Ross Winde Don & Jane Baus Phil & Lynn Ruckman Alice Wood John & Sally Galt Joan & Paul Gurian Madalyn Mincks Leo & Vera Moser Elizabeth Oday Smith Mark & Pauline Patterson T. Clyde & Judy Pitcher Nancy Safford

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201o annual report • memorial gifts

Dr. Sheldon Kleine Evelyn Frank Barbara Kleine Dr. Anthony & Kathryn Roon Alan & Valerie Wegermann Dr. Marcia Wharton


201o annual report • honor gifts

In Honor Of...

Barbara Anderson PRMCE Board of Directors

Diane Gensberger Thomas & Leanne Leingang

Jackie Ashenbrenner Robert Eilert, DDS

Brian & Margie Giger Danny & Sharon Giger

Earl Beegle, MD Susan Anderson Robin Elliott Drs. L. Albert & Salwa Labib Monroe Family Practice Dr. Purnima Patel Washington Montana Physician Services Council

Rob & Saundra Giger Danny & Sharon Giger

Lawrence Bosa Family Patricia Bear

Todd Hofheins Dr. Larry & Sheryl Schecter

Breast Cancer Assistance Paris & Poh Lee Templin

Michelle Killingstad David & Antigone Killingstad

Tom Brennan Dr. Larry & Sheryl Schecter

Katie, Kenni, and Cami Kloes Daren & Lori Kloes

Laura Brent & Brian Lee Family Janna Michelle Lazelle-Lake

Ross & Mary Jane Miller Ross & Sue Miller

Dave Brooks Claudia Kusulos Dr. Larry & Sheryl Schecter

Ellizabeth Ann Nysether Greater Everett Community Foundation

Lisette Cote’ Dr. Anthony & Kathryn Roon

Leira Jasper Nysether Greater Everett Community Foundation Vickie & Mark Nysether

Bob Drewel Greater Everett Community Foundation Sharon Feely Danny & Sharon Giger

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Robert & Marilyn Giger Danny & Sharon Giger Kim Heltne Dr. Anthony & Kathryn Roon

Randy Petty Denney Austin Barbara Ramstead Lynne Dohm

Preston Simmons Claudia Kusulos Dr. Larry & Sheryl Schecter Sisters of Providence Count & Bev Sheehan Dr. Tracy Spencer Harvey & Lillian Bernhard Theodore Daniels Barbara Fowler Marjorie & Jay Jacobs Randall & Cindy Malawy Randy Petty & Tai Le Lynn Silver Ken Stone Dr. Larry & Sheryl Schecter The Dahl Sisters Marcia Hild Kim Williams Dr. Larry & Sheryl Schecter

The individuals and organizations listed in this report reflect new gifts and commitments received from January 1, 2010, through December 31, 2010. 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.


2010 Board Members officers

members

ex-officio members

emeritus members

Jim Finley, MD

Caroline L. Brown Mark A. Duffy J. William Finley, MD Andy Hall Kathy Hunter Chris Isenberg Jean Messner John Middleton Ross Miller Frank Nieto, MD Carol Rodland Tony Roon, MD Mel Sheldon Larry Wilson Liam Yore, MD

Chauncey Boyle, SP

Jim Cassidy Earl Dutton Doug Ferguson Diane Guildner Helen Jackson Florence Hanson Henry Newton Tom Rainville Len Roberts Steve Saunders Fredric Sjoholm Roy Yates

chairman

Harvey Jubie

first vice chair

Joel French

second vice chair

Lawrence Jubie treasurer

Gail Larson secretary

Don Ayres

immediate past chair

Providence General Foundation Current Staff Randy Petty

chief development officer

Lori Kloes

director of development

Tina Gilson

director of annual diving & communications

Jen DeLong

special events manager

Diane Gordon

grants development & research manager

Susan Snyder

prospect research & database manager

Merry Prince

administrative coordinator

providence peter claver house

Dave Brooks

ceo, providence regional medical center

Tom Gaffney

chairman, providence regional medical center board of directors

Lisa Newland

providence general children’s association

Randy Petty

chief development officer, providence general foundation


P.O. Box 1067 • Everett, Washington 98206 (425) 258-7500 www.ProvidenceGeneralFoundation.org


2010 Providence General Foundation Annual Report