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2015–2016 ANNUAL REPORT


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J. Edward Kidd

Dear Members of the Ridley Community, We are pleased to present the 2015–2016 Ridley College Annual Report. I am personally grateful for the story this report tells—it is the story of a passionate community of alumni, parents, faculty, staff, Governors and friends who wholeheartedly believe in our mission of preparing meaningful and flourishing lives by teaching the habits of mind, body and spirit, and the values needed to lead in a global society.

We hope you’ll enjoy reading the success stories throughout this report. Ridley is a tradition and a community with which you can be proud to claim an affiliation. This exceptional educational experience is made possible by a community enthusiastically willing to invest in Ridley with time, talent, and treasure, and we count our blessings for this unwavering support. With the support and loyalty of the expansive Ridley family, I am confident that we will be successful in achieving our vision of “inspiring flourishing lives to transform our globe.” To the entire community, please accept my heartfelt gratitude for everything you do to help Ridley thrive as a truly special place of learning, service and discovery. With best wishes, J. Edward Kidd, Headmaster INSPIRING

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HEADMASTER'S ADDRESS

Rest assured, this story is compelling and describes a College filled with students from across Canada and around the world. We opened this school year with the largest student body in our history, a record number of applications and with the distinction of being an IB continuum school—the only Canadian boarding school with this designation. As we are fond of stating, “Ridley is a Canadian school of the world, preparing students for the world.” For 127 years, that preparation has included rigorous academics, robust athletic and arts programmes and a nourishing boarding experience. These facets continue to be at the heart of all we do; however, new traditions and new cultures continue to emerge. Seniors are matriculating to an ever widening array of top universities around the globe, our new approach to positive education is teaching students how to lead flourishing lives, and a school-wide commitment to service learning sparks experiential, authentic learning in Canada as well as global destinations like El Salvador, Guatemala and Malawi.


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HeadMaster’s address

7

MessaGe FroM tHe cHaIr oF tHe board

8

Governance

11

LeGacy students

13

PREFECT PROFILE - GRACE LOWES ’16

18

In tHeIr words

20

aLuMnI events suMMary

22

FaMILy GuILd events suMMary

25

our GLobaL coMMunIty

26

FInancIaL stateMents

28

Ridley College Foundation Capital Fund

35

Ridley College Foundation

36

Ridley College Fund U.S.A. Inc.

39

ALUMNI PROFILE - GREG STREMLAW ’90

45

a HIstory oF GIvInG

46

Gifts by Alumni

48

Gifts by Companies or Suppliers

49

Gifts by Current and Former Faculty and Staff

49

Gifts by Current and Past Parents, Grandparents and Friends

51

Gifts In Honour or In Memory Of

51

Planned Gifts

52

Cumulative Giving

56

annuaL Fund project update


2015–2016 EXECUTIVE TEAM

SCHOOL LEADERSHIP TEAM

J. Edward Kidd

Julia A. Bertollo

HEADMASTER

Stephen A. Clarke HEAD of UPPER SCHOOL

James B. Milligan HEAD of LOWER SCHOOL

James D. Parke DIRECTOR of FINANCE & OPERATIONS

DIRECTOR of SUMMER PROGRAMMES

Julie A. Cameron DIRECTOR of ADMISSIONS

Andrea K. Carisse DIRECTOR of STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING

Susan E. Hazell DIRECTOR of DEVELOPMENT

Margaret E. Lech

Andrew T. Weller

ASSISTANT HEAD of UPPER SCHOOL

DIRECTOR of ADVANCEMENT

Scott McLean MANAGER of CAMPUS SAFETY & SECURITY

Brian Nagy MANAGER of CHARTWELLS FOOD SERVICES

Sue Robbins DIRECTOR of HUMAN RESOURCES

Jimmy Tom DIRECTOR of TECHNOLOGY

Jay W. Tredway DIRECTOR of ATHLETICS

Scott D. Walker DIRECTOR of PHYSICAL PLANT

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Georgina H. Black ’85

Ridley continues to flourish. The school is full, students are engaged in all that Ridley has to offer, faculty and staff are energized, and our very special Ridley community is alive and well around the world. One of the privileges I have as Chair of the Board of Governors is meeting with Ridleians from across the decades to hear the amazing things they’ve achieved. At the recent UK Branch dinner—so fabulously hosted by Rob Black ’99—50 Ridleians (representing the Class of 1946 through to the Class of 2017) gathered to share such tales and memories from their time on campus. The camaraderie, laughter, and story-telling across the generations were heartwarming and full of Ridley spirit.

The Board of Governors met six times in 2016 and focused most of its time on priorities within the Strategic Plan, Master Campus Plan, feasibility study for a potential capital campaign, and strengthening the financial position of the school. We recognized the contributions made by the following Governors who retired this year: Dr. Jack Lightstone (past President, Brock University) and Joe Robertson (past parent). We are fortunate to welcome the following Governors to the Board in 2016: Dr. Dragan Matovic (current parent) and Don McMurtry ’82. Ridley is always looking for volunteers to participate as members of the Board as well as on various committees. If you are interested in putting your name forward as a volunteer, kindly contact linda_chang@ridleycollege.com. As a current parent and Chair of the Board of Governors, I have the opportunity to see, close up, the strength of Ridley’s full programme to shape the lives of Ridlieans. As our Headmaster reminds us, “To be a Ridleian carries deep meaning for our students, graduates and their families. Ridleians belong to a legacy of intellectual rigor and quality of character. They share a commitment to service and the camaraderie of traditions.” I encourage you to look for ways to connect with our great school and community— all enduring legacies require time, talent and treasure! There are some great school-hosted events planned across Canada and the globe in 2017, and I look forward to seeing many of you at the annual RCA Golf Tournament and Association Weekend (HomeComing for classes ending in 2 and 7 this September). The school seems to get more beautiful each year—I encourage you to return “home” and visit. Georgina H. Black ’85 Chair of the Board of Governors

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MESSAGE FROM THE BOARD CHAIR

Speaking of spirit, on behalf of the Board of Governors, I’d like to acknowledge the terrific work of our faculty and staff. They bring passion and excellence to their professions, which allows our students and school programmes to excel. Our Headmaster, Ed Kidd, and his wife Hanna continue to bring incredible energy, warmth and leadership to the school. I believe Kenyon Lett House hosted over 60 events last year alone! I am pleased to share with the Ridley community that the Board of Governors renewed the Headmaster’s contract for ten years.


BOARD OF GOVERNORS Georgina H. Black ’85 BOARD CHAIR SECRETARY: James D. Parke, Director of Finance & Operations

Linda M. Alexanian ’85 David K. Carter ’88 Kelvin S. Chen ’70 Timothy J. Coffin ’81 Philip D. Court ’85 Leigh Ann Epperson Louise Taylor Green C. Michael Kray ’88 Scott G.A. Lampard ’88 Dr. Jack N. Lightstone Maria Menechella G. Scott Paterson ’82 Stephanie L. Perry ’93 Joseph C. Robertson by invitation: J. Edward Kidd, Headmaster

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COMMITTEES ADVANCEMENT Timothy J. Coffin ’81 COMMITTEE CHAIR SECRETARY: Andrew T. Weller, Executive Director of Advancement Georgina H. Black ’85 K. Norman Bradshaw ’89 Kelvin S. Chen ’70 Jean E. Hendrie ’05 D. Andrew Lind ’88 Maria Menechella G. Scott Paterson ’82 Stephanie L. Perry ’93 by invitation: J. Edward Kidd, Headmaster James D. Parke, Director of Finance & Operations

FACILITIES MANAGEMENT Philip D. Court ’85 COMMITTEE CHAIR

Georgina H. Black ’85 Joseph N. Ferrante Justin J. Goulding ’96 A. Dean Karachi ’87 Dragan Matovic Joseph C. Robertson Ward H.M. Seymour ’74 by invitation: J. Edward Kidd, Headmaster

David K. Carter ’88 COMMITTEE CHAIR Scott G.A. Lampard ’88 VICE-CHAIR SECRETARY: James D. Parke, Director of Finance & Operations Georgina H. Black ’85 Richard C. Hazell ’74 Robin E.A. Lampard ’85 Dean C. McCann Murray Odesse Louise Taylor Green by invitation: J. Edward Kidd, Headmaster Brenda Lockhart, Manager of Financial Reporting

GOVERNANCE & NOMINATION C. Michael Kray ’88 COMMITTEE CHAIR SECRETARY: J. Edward Kidd, Headmaster Georgina H. Black ’85 Philip D. Court ’85 Maria Menechella by invitation: James D. Parke, Director of Finance & Operations

Scott D. Walker, Director of Physical Plant

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GOVERNANCE 2015–2016

SECRETARY: James D. Parke, Director of Finance & Operations

FINANCE, AUDIT & HUMAN RESOURCES


ENROLLMENT STATISTICS

238

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 36% of total enrollment

358

BOARDERS 325 US - 33 LS

54%:46%

BOARDING/DAY RATIO 68% boarding in US

307

DAY STUDENTS 154 US - 153 LS

220

NEW STUDENTS 33% of total enrollment

346:319 MALES:FEMALES

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LEGACY RELATIONSHIP

Ellicott Ashworth Cochrane – Gr. 12

Katharine H. Ashworth ’83 – Mother

Rodrigo Balcazar Macias – Gr. 8

Luis A. Balcazar ’81 – Father

Antonio Berentsen Ledesma – Gr. 12

Antonio Berentsen ’90 – Father

Nina Bukovec – Gr. 12

Marko R. Bukovec ’85 – Father

Madison Campbell – Gr. 12

Jodie A. (Rivers) Campbell ’95 – Stepmother

Samuel Court – Gr. 12 Sarah Court – Gr. 10

Michael C. Court ’82 – Father J. Douglas Court ’53 – Grandfather

Thomas Dunbar – Gr. 11

Ian A. Dunbar ’78 – Father

Adela Dunkley – Gr. 6 Sierra Dunkley – Gr. 2

Derek J. Dunkley ’87 – Father

Cassidy Filion – Gr. 11

Paul Filion ’86 – Father

Cheuk Yin Ho – Gr. 10

H.C. Mark Ho ’81 – Father

Adam Karachi – Gr. 12

A. Dean Karachi ’87 – Father

Santiago Kling Cowen – Gr. 11

Johannes Kling ’89 – Father Eleanor I. Cowen ’89 – Mother William H. Cowen ’54 – Grandfather

Demetra Lalos – Gr. 11 Felicia Lalos – Gr. 12

Peter Lalos ’89 – Father

Marcus Lam – Gr. 11

Martin C. Lam ’76 – Father

Daniela Ledesma Lopez – Gr. 12

Alfonso E. Ledesma ’90 – Father

Jasper Lee – Gr. 12

Marina M. Shum ’87 – Mother

Alexander McRae – Gr. 12 Ella McRae – Gr. 8

Malcolm A. McRae ’84 – Father

Seth Moyer – Gr. 11

I. Thomas Moyer ’87 – Father

Kenya Neill-Morabito – Gr. 11

F. Kelly Neill ’81 – Mother

Wyatt Niblett-Wilson – Gr. 12

George S. Niblett ’50 – Grandfather

Annalize Price – Gr. 2 Sharlize Price – Gr. 4

Sharlene A. (Schrompf) Price ’00 – Mother

William Reich – Gr. 10

Michele-Elise Burnett ’86 – Mother

Trinity Russell-Marques – Gr. 12

Frances L. Russell ’83 – Mother Ian H. Russell ’52 – Grandfather

Emmeline Shaw – Gr. 11 James Shaw – Gr. 10

Fiona C. (Halliday) Shaw ’86 – Mother

Isabel Usabiaga Calzada – Gr. 11

Jamie Usabiaga Gonzalez ’85 – Father

Mariana Vaca – Gr. 9

Mauricio Vaca ’89 – Father

John Watson – Gr. 12

Georgina H. Black ’85 – Mother

Nathalia Wellenreiter – Gr. 12

Richard A. Wellenreiter ’84 – Father

Isabella Zarazua – Gr. 10 Sebastian Zarazua – Gr. 12

Shanaze (Galagoda) Zarazua ’88 – Mother

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LEGACY STUDENTS

CURRENT STUDENT


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prefect profile photo: Humans of St. Catharines

With the Loran Scholarship and with Ridley, I’ve had so many opportunities to be educated at the highest prestige and it’s just such an amazing privilege and it is something I will never take for granted.

— Grace Lowes ’16 INSPIRING

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In February 2016, Grace Lowes ’16 joined a very select and prestigious group. Having been awarded a Loran Scholarship for 2016, Grace became one of 569 recipients of the coveted scholarship since its inception in 1988, and the first Ridleian to achieve this feat. Going beyond grades, the Loran Scholarship awards its prizes based on a mix of academic achievement, extracurricular activity, leadership potential and commitment to public service. In essence, the scholarship is the embodiment of what it means to be a Ridleian. A graduate in May 2016, Grace was an active member of the Ridley community during her time. She cofounded the Model U.N. group, formed a “Days for Girls” charitable activity on campus, joined clubs such as the Syrian Refugee Club and Positive Spaces Group, and helped lead the school as a Prefect in her final year. Through it all, Grace remains humble and thankful. “ With the Loran Scholarship and with Ridley, I’ve had so many opportunities to be educated at the highest prestige and it’s just such an amazing privilege and it’s something I will never take for granted,” Grace said. Each year, the Loran Scholarship Foundation receives over 4,000 applications, with 30 scholarships awarded. Each recipient receives a renewable undergraduate scholarship, valued at up to $100,000, for the duration of his or her four years of post secondary education. In addition to this, these scholars receive the opportunity to intern abroad for three summers, receive residency support and are connected to a mentor for the duration of their education. Another part of the scholarship is the opportunity to partake in a Loran Scholars Foundation retreat. This provided her an opportunity to strengthen her leadership and team building skills before she started university. The retreat began with a canoe excursion through Algonquin Park. “ It was extremely outside of my comfort zone, but was an amazing opportunity to meet some of the students that had also been awarded the scholarship,” Grace said of the canoe trip. The second part of the retreat took place in Guelph and provided the opportunity to meet with Loran Scholars who were in different stages of their four-year scholarships. The retreat reminded Grace of the importance of gratitude.

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“ Everyone advised me that during the school year things will be hard; they will be overwhelming and that I will likely feel stressed, but to remember what a privilege it is to be educated and even more so what a privilege it is to be educated without fear of financial hurdles. Being thankful and appreciative all the time is so important,” Grace said. Grace began studying politics and philosophy at McGill University in Montreal in September 2016.

PREFECT

She spent the summer reflecting on the past, present and future opportunities her Ridley education and the Loran Scholarship have provided her. “ Being educated at Ridley is a luxury. Don’t forget that. Soak in everything you learn and take advantage of every opportunity you are given and be grateful for all of those things. Always say 'thank you', not just with your words, but also with your actions,” Grace advises students who are just beginning their Ridley journeys. During her time at Ridley, Grace became a leader, an activist, a humanitarian and a proud member of our community. There is no doubt that she will continue to lead and inspire change through the course of her post secondary education and beyond.

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Being educated at Ridley is a luxury. Don’t forget that. Soak in everything you learn and take advantage of every opportunity you are given and be grateful for all of those things. Always say ’thank you’, not just with your words, but also with your actions.

— Grace Lowes ’16

Grace Lowes with the "Days for Girls" group.

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2016 GRADUATES post

secondary selections

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HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CLASS OF 2016

156

GRADUATES

118

ACCEPTANCES TO ’TIMES’ WORLD’S TOP 100 UNIVERSITIES

$ 4 million

ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP OFFERS

14

COUNTRIES REPRESENTED IN OFFERS ACCEPTED

TOP FIVE ACCEPTANCES BY #

69

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

35

UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA

31

UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO

29

UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

26

UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH INSPIRING

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IN THEIR

words…

I’m at Ridley because of the endless opportunities to do what I love. Through the many wonderful facilities, the amazing teachers, and the rigorous academic programmes, you can really stretch yourself and relate your experience to real-world situations in addition to finding your passion. Whether it is rowing, debate, or chemistry, Ridley truly provides you with amazing opportunities. — Shaun Donnelly ’17

Ridley is special to me because of the constant care given to every single student attending this school and the endless amount of opportunities it provides. Whether teacher, student, or advisor, help is always provided no matter what the issue may be. This makes Ridley feel like a home. I already know that the friendships that I have made here will last a lifetime and it is all due to Ridley being one big family. —Vincent Kenn de Balinthazy ’19

The decision to come to Ridley involved my entire family. This school aligned with many of our family values and we were impressed by what a tight community the school was. One of my favourite parts of my Ridley experience is my time in our theatre programme. I have gained so much confidence and so many friendships. My family and I have never regretted for a second our decision to join the community. — Cassandra Mitchell ’17

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My father attended Ridley College in its early years. His positive experience and the experience of my many relatives who had attended the school before me led my parents to make some significant sacrifices to enable me to attend. HOWEVER, THOSE SACRIFICES WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN ENOUGH WITHOUT THE SCHOOL’S GENEROUS FINANCIAL SUPPORT. My time at Ridley was truly transformative. During my Ridley years I developed numerous skills and attitudes that were important at the time, as well as later in life. Consequently, I believe I have an obligation to “pay forward” the benefit I enjoyed. I donate to Ridley to enable deserving students to enjoy the wonderful educational benefits my family and I have enjoyed, the opportunity to develop attributes that will lead to successful productive lives, and build life-long friendships. — TERENCE P. SCANDRETT ’61

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ALUMNI EVENTS

summary

From HomeComing to celebrating 50 years of rowing at Ridley to smaller receptions around the world, we were excited to spend time with alumni, current and past parents, current and past staff and faculty, and friends of the Ridley community. Among the many places we visited since this time last year were Toronto, the Bahamas, Hong Kong, Nigeria, London England, Barbados, Hamilton, Boston, and Beijing. Thank you for attending these receptions and allowing us to inform you of recent accomplishments and happenings on campus, as well as what we have in store for the future. As always, we value your input and feedback in these matters. Among our major events were two golf tournaments, Winter HomeComing, a celebratory 50 Years of Ridley Rowing reception, and Fall HomeComing, which included the Governors’ Dinner, campus tours, alumni rowing, and much more. Welcoming back Old Ridleians to campus is always a highlight for us. We are looking forward to another year of events to engage with the entire Ridley family.

2015

2016

Fall HomeComing - September 18

Nigeria Reception - January 31

Buffalo Reception - October 20

Winter HomeComing - February 6

London, ON Reception - October 21

Mexico City Reception - February 15

Kitchener-Waterloo Reception - October 27

Hong Kong Reception - March 19

Montreal Reception - November 4

Vancouver Reception - April 10

Hamilton Reception - November 17

Victoria Reception - April 11

Barbados Reception - November 19

Ottawa Reception - April 19

London, UK Reception - November 19

Toronto Branch Dinner - April 21

New York City Reception - December 2

RCA Golf Tournament - June 20 Birdies & Pucks Golf Tournament - August 12

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BIRDIES & PUCKS

’96

’86

WINTER HOCO

’66

50 YEARS OF ROWING

RCA GOLF

HONG KONG BRANCH

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117+

VOLUNTEERS

$143K

TOTAL FUNDRAISING (including Hank’s profit sharing)

$126K

DONATION TO RC ANNUAL FUND

$10K

DONATION TO FAMILY GUILD BURSARY & SCHOLARSHIP FUND

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Laura Menechella

Eva Schmidt

PRESIDENT

TREASURER

Fil Stabile

Nancy McLeod-Elder

VICE PRESIDENT

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PAST PRESIDENT

SECRETARY


CHRISTMAS MARKET

INTERGUILD AGM

Guild volunteers were busy preparing for the holiday season. Christmas Market was held on December 2nd and once again was a huge success. A wonderful school event brought together Lower School and Upper School students and our Ridley families, and filled the Fieldhouse with past and current parents, alumni, faculty, staff and the local community. Thank you to our co-chairs Heather Charlton and Elaine Jenkins for a fabulous event.

A special day in our Family Guild calendar was Wednesday, May 25th when Ridley hosted the Interguild AGM. We had 40 people attend the event from 12 different independent schools across Ontario. Everyone enjoyed the event and we received rave reviews: from the beauty of our campus, to student-led tours, an engaging presentation from our guest speaker OR’ Leslie Strong ’85, to the lunch prepared by Chartwells.

RCFG COOKBOOK

TRIVIA NIGHT

The RCFG Cookbook is a great “friend-raiser” for the Family Guild. Thank you to alumni, past and current parents, faculty, staff and students who submitted recipes, purchased a cookbook or bought a business card ad. We were delighted that all 200 copies were sold! Three cheers to the Family Guild editing team as well.

February saw a new event for the Family Guild. Trivia Night took place on February 20, 2016 in Williams Hall. Parents, alumni, faculty and staff participated in a funfilled night with more than 80 people in attendance. In its first year, Trivia Night raised over $3,200 to help children from the Niagara community attend one of our summer camps. Thank you to Julia Bertollo who helped with this initiative.

ARCHIVES COMMITTEE The Family Guild also worked with Wendy Darby in starting the Archives Committee. Energetic volunteers helped with organizing and sorting items in the Archives. Fun was had by all.

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3 2 3

353 5

2

43 United States

1

Bermuda

34

Mexico

1

1

1

Bahamas

Cayman Islands

Antigua/Barbuda

1

1

Saint Lucia

Jamaica

2

Costa Rica

1 Colombia 1

Ecuador

5

Barbados

2

Brazil

alumni 5189

CANADIANS

5935

2310

2014

1042

MEN

INTERNATIONAL

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WOMEN

AMERICANS


9

1

Isle of Man

4

7

Ukraine

17

UK

2 Ireland

2

France

2

1

Germany

Austria

Switzerland

1

1

3

2

Turkey

2 Saudi 2 Ghana

7

Korea

4

Kazakhstan

Bulgaria

Italy

Spain

Russia

88

China

1

Pakistan

3

6

Japan

Hong Kong

Arabia

1

25

Equatorial Guinea

Nigeria

2 Uganda

1 Kenya

1

Sri Lanka

1

Singapore

1

Indonesia

2

4

South Africa

Australia

2015–2016 STUDENT POPULATION

global

OUR COMMUNITY INSPIRING

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SUMMARIZED STATEMENT of operations FOR THE TWELVE MONTHS ENDED JUNE 30, 2016

Balance Percentage

REVENUE Tuition & Fees Financial Support Facility Rentals Hank's Sales Miscellaneous

28,650,958 87% 1,863,804 6% 981,341 3% 835,064 3% 489,532 1%

32,820,699 100%

Balance Percentage

EXPENDITURES Teaching Physical Plant Advancement (Admissions, Communications, Development) Financial Assistance Board & Care of Students General & Administration Athletics & Activities Information Technology Hank’s Rentals Miscellaneous Amortization of Capital Assets

10,744,784 33% 3,611,027 11% 3,084,760 9% 3,082,734 9% 2,991,432 9% 2,706,675 8% 1,372,196 4% 960,858 3% 760,065 2% 755,372 2% 156,816 0% 2,399,091 7%

32,625,810 100%

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1% 6%

3%

3%

87%

0%

3%

2%

2%

7%

33%

4%

8%

9%

11% 9% 9%

FINANCIALS

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RIDLEY COLLEGE FOUNDATION CAPITAL FUND AS OF JUNE 30, 2016 BURSARY & SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS 125 Renaissance Bursary Funds • Les E. Armstrong Memorial Bursary • G. Mel Brock Memorial Bursary • Moyer Memorial • Neil L. Smith Bursary • Vineberg Award Fund Alberta Ridley College Scholarship Centennial Endowment Fund Katharine Alexander and Kitty Miller Scholarship Fund Alumni Scholarships • Edward Coleman Scholarship • Embree Scholarship • C.A. Langley Memorial Scholarship • Manitoba Scholarship • W.H. Sims Memorial Scholarship Fund • A.C. Snively Memorial Scholarship • D.S. Snively Memorial Scholarship • Van Der Smissen Fund • Carlos Ventin Scholarship Anderson Memorial Scholarship Fund J.J. Arnold Maritimes Scholarship Bahamas Scholarship Fund Banville Winnipeg Scholarship Fund L. Clarke Bell Memorial Scholarship Fund Bermuda Ridley College Scholarship Endowment Fund; including David B. Wadson Memorial Scholarship André Buller ’54 Scholarship Fund Bullied Award Scholarship Dorothy Burgoyne Doolittle & Henry B. Burgoyne ’67 Memorial Bursary Burn Memorial Fund Isobel Burton Memorial Scholarship Fund Carley Family Bursary Carthy Foundation Centennial Bursary Funds Bruce H. Mitchell ’64 Bursary G. Mark Curry ’62 Bursary Nan and Laddie Cassels Scholarship Fund Tony Cassels Award Charlton Family Scholarship Class of 1938 Bursary Class of 1939 Samuel G. Heaman Bursary Class of 1940 Bursary Class of 1942/Class of 1957 Matheson Bursary Class of 1945 Bursary Class of 1947 Bursary Class of 1951 Bursary Class of 1953 Bursary Class of 1954 Bursary Class of 1955 Bursary Class of 1959 Bursary Class of 1961 Karen Chaplin Memorial Bursary Class of 1962 Michael Ross Mandeville Memorial Bursary Class of 1963 Bursary Class of 1964 Bursary Class of 1965 Bursary Class of 1966 Bursary Class of 1967 Bursary Class of 1968 Douglas Utting Memorial Bursary Class of 1969 Bursary Class of 1970 Bursary Class of 1971 Bursary Class of 1972 Bursary

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$ 373,549

59,718 25,456 445,913

56,209 19,904 15,924 52,466 89,458 173,231 288,738 40,862 28,532 31,942 32,716 148,943 256,832 736,555 385,305 29,503 25,750 39,144 29,884 85,883 23,273 96,688 40,510 53,010 60,611 37,848 199,180 43,224 59,345 138,560 135,681 45,572 37,251 37,510 59,105 68,791 749,232 55,398 26,430 37,732 46,696


Class of 1974 Bursary Class of 1975 Bursary Class of 1976 Bursary Class of 1978 Mark Preece Memorial Bursary Class of 1979 Robert Malone Memorial Bursary Class of 1980 Bursary Class of 1982 Bursary Class of 1985 Bursary Class of 1988 Bursary Class of 1989 Bursary Class of 2005 Bursary Stephen R. Court ’89 Memorial Scholarship Crawford, Smith & Swallow Bursary John B. & Terence Cronyn Bursary Harry J. Daniel Scholarship Michael R. Davies ’78 Memorial Scholarship L. Robert S. deLangley ’48 Scholarship Desmarais Family Bursary Evelyn Dobson Memorial Scholarship Andrew A. Dodge ’24 Bursary John S. Drake ’35 Bursary Margaret A. Drake Bursary George D. Enos Jr. ’41 Bursary Robert ’77 & Nancy Evans Bursary Eyton Family Scholarship Faculty and Staff Bursary Roderick Ferguson ’87 Memorial Bursary Harry E. Foster Memorial Scholarship Alex Friesen Memorial Bursary Donna Gauley-McCarthy Memorial Bursary Gooderham Family Memorial Scholarships • E.D. Gooderham Memorial Scholarship • G.H. Gooderham Memorial Scholarship • Henry S. Gooderham Scholarship • M.R. Gooderham Fund Peter S. Gooderham ’44 Bursary Fund Kendra A. Watts-Gransden ’84 Bursary John Grant Memorial Scholarship Griffith-Hamilton Scholarship Funds • E.C. Griffith Memorial Scholarship John and Cosie Guest Memorial Bursary Hamilton Stone Memorial Scholarship George M. Hendrie ’49 Bursary Nicholas D. Holmes Bursary Donald and Nancy Hunt Scholarship Robert L. Hunter ’33 Memorial Scholarship Brian ’67 & Rosemary Iggulden Bursary Mac ’46 and Elinor Irwin Fund Kenmore Construction Company Ltd. Scholarship Rupert & Judy Lane Bursary Leonard Foundation Scholarship and Reuben Wells Leonard Memorial Awards Fund Kenyon Lett Scholarship Lewis Family Bursary Donald H. Lie ’52 Bursary W.H. Lind ’33 Family Bursary Fund Alan MacLachlan Memorial Scholarship Graham M. MacLachlan Memorial Scholarship Peter MacLachlan Memorial Fund E.W. 'Peter' Mandeville ’38 Bursary Fund Anthony V. Mason ’42 Memorial Scholarship

78,988 35,734 43,690 40,044 45,109 24,139 28,014 65,830 36,584 39,327 34,677 276,347 33,299 64,289 51,077 13,400 22,312 91,062 22,842 144,050 51,906 51,731 20,068 10,013 53,849 72,840 109,719 92,324 45,005 26,940 235,351

96,574 98,384 67,101 36,368 49,435 58,879 146,346 63,243 43,008 37,193 48,919 268,317 21,473 52,585 1,077,976 25,459 41,505 26,480 57,969 84,353 188,248 77,999 339,122 48,736

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Janet L. Matthews Memorial Scholarship Fund Kelly Matthews Award John L.C. McCarthy ’32 Memorial Scholarship Alex McIntosh Memorial/Beaver Foods Scholarship R.S. McLaughlin Foundation Bursary Donald S. McMurtry ’82 Bursary Dr. John Ormsby Miller Scholarship James B. Milligan Character Scholarship Newfoundland Ridley College Scholarship Endowment Fund Allan V. Orr Family Bursary B.B. Osler ’21 Scholarship Ernest Gregory Powell Memorial Scholarship Ridley College Family Guild Bursary Ridley College Family Guild Scholarship Scandrett Family Bursary The Robert M. Schmon Memorial/Quebec and Ontario Paper Company Scholarship School Scholarship Fund - World War I Memorial Sears Family Bursary Stanley Family Scholarship Strasenburgh Bursary Leonard Sutcliffe Memorial Scholarship Albert W. Taylor Fund James Gordon Thompson ’44 Bursary Women of Ridley Bursary Fund SUBTOTAL BURSARY AND SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS PRIZE ENDOWMENT FUNDS Academic & Special Achievement Prizes Dr. J.A. Arnell ’34 Science Prize Judge Benson Memorial Prize for Diligence Margaret M. Bentley & Eleanor M. Wakeman-Long Memorial History Prize Gerald Blake Memorial Prize Boreal Laboratories Prize E.M. Boyd Memorial Prize The Richard A. Bradley Trophy W.T. Bright ’58 Prize Colin G. Brzezicki English Prize Bullied Award Dorothy Burgoyne Award E.H.M. Burn Memorial Prize Isobel Burton Memorial Prize Nan Cassels Award Fund Chapel Service Prize - A.E. Mix Memorial Chapel Reading Prize - Brian J. Maher ’83 Memorial Prize Dr. J.W. Chapman Memorial Prize The Frederick C. Clarkson ’62 - Latin Prize The Sgt. Herbert Charles Clitheroe Prize for Art Stephen R. Court ’89 Memorial Prize – Successful Participation Stephen R. Court ’89 Shield Stephen R. Court ’89 Art Prize Class of 1939 Dr. J.R. Hamilton Memorial Science Award Terence Cronyn ’20 Prize H.J. Daniel Prize David Dodge ’61 IB Award Endeavour Award Evelyn Dobson Memorial Prize Keith Dorrington Science Award The John S. Drake ’35 Memorial Prize Dunkley Prize for Senior Music Family Guild Zealous Achievement - Merritt South Feagan-Davies Memorial Award

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109,031 190,682 141,476 77,883 868,187 69,722 620,308 45,521 68,805 37,588 28,326 643,699 470,670 121,705 36,285 226,277 49,166 44,197 25,939 57,532 36,661 77,987 148,483 350 14,736,775

6,781 3,475 1,771 1,924 1,420 829 658 972 1,111 693 3,263 97 1,390 604 896 896 1,918 882 2,119 2,782 693 693 22,491 446 3,119 22,600 972 693 24,274 3,554 1,831 3,881 3,831


Fischer Family Lower School Valedictorian Award The Hanna Flandrak Memorial Prize The Dr. Ellen Smoor Foster Award The J.Z. Given Senior Art Prize The Grace Family Prize for Well-roundedness Herald B. Greening ’51 Memorial Music Awards S.O. Greening ’26 Prize O. Michael G. Hamilton Prize for AP Calculus Mrs. Ada F. Harris Memorial Prize Headmaster’s Zealous Achievement Award Frank Hollinrake ’57 Memorial Prize for Science House Zealous Achievement - Arthur Bishop East J. David Mackey/Anthony P. Sherman Arthur Bishop West House Zealous Achievement Robert L. Hunter Prize The Adam Hutt Memorial Award Rosemary Reid Iggulden House Zealous Achievement - Gooderham East John Hastings Kerr Memorial Prize Elizabeth Bae Kurusi ’07 Gr. 11 Drama Prize W.B. Leach Memorial Robert J. Malyk Scholarship M.R. Mandeville Prize The J. Herbert Mason Medal Kelly Matthews Memorial Prize Dr. M.A. McElligott Art Prize T.R. Merritt ’44 Fund Dr. W.H. Merritt Prize C.E. Miller Prize for Creative Writing Michelle A. Morrissey Intermediate 'Always Artistic' Award James Nesbitt Award for Excellence in Dance Daniel H.T. Oh ’09 Prize for Gr. 8 Math Sean S.T. Oh ’07 Prize for Gr. 10 Math Anthony M. Partington ’65 History Prize The Scott Paterson ’82 Stock Market Challenge Plener Perseverance Prize Ernest Gregory Powell Memorial Prize E. Osborne and George C. Powell Prize Price Memorial Prize Dr. Alan & Mrs. Jean Rice Memorial Award - Mathematics Dr. Alan & Mrs. Jean Rice Memorial Prize C.N.D. Rosmarin Prize Klaus Peter Schoenefeld Memorial Prize - Art Gerald S. Shantz Prize for Poetry Akshay Shetty ’04 Valedictorian Prize A.J. Silver Leadership Award Julian Street Memorial Prize Charlotte Francis Norah Thomas Prize W.G. Trethewey Memorial Prize Tricolour Award F. Kenneth Venables History Prize - Gr. 8 Virginia Vickers Essay Award H.G. Williams Prize for Public Speaking Harold A. Wilson ’30 Memorial Prize E.A. Woolley ’80 Music Prize SUBTOTAL ACADEMIC & SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT PRIZES

3,275 4,854 951 25,000 9,657 4,599 3,631 4,304 1,924 3,567 1,200 1,986 4,924 2,782 39,017 2,853 820 1,705 1,924 8,374 2,782 5,799 2,782 1,018 3,050 980 252 988 833 882 882 882 886 1,022 1,390 693 587 972 4,329 3,791 399 886 3,514 3,543 1,018 196 421 2,223 800 896 1,438 4,090 1,873 307,005

ACTIVITY PRIZES Ruth E. Brown Acta Editor’s Award Colin G. Brzezicki Prize for Thought Provoking Writing H. 'Tony' Cassels Tuesday Night Trophy Hume Cronyn ’31 Trophy for Outstanding Performance Terence Cronyn ’20 Prize for Best News Story Matthew A. Davis ’94 Memorial Prize James Filby Memorial Prize

1,236 1,130 1,390 1,093 896 4,744 972

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Harry 'Red' Foster Prize for Social Service The Mackenzie S. Fowler ’11 Trophy Lt. Col. S.G. Heaman ’39 Prize The Captain F.A. Hollinrake ’57 Memorial Bowl Lt. Col. A.C. Iggulden Memorial Shield Lt. Col. A.C. Iggulden Trophy A. Stoddard Jones Prize Fund Kennedy Family Dance Spirit Trophy The Hon. Mr. Justice A. Courtney Kingstone (1892) Memorial Prize Tony Kwok Memorial Public Speaking Prize John K.H. Mason ’39 Public Speaking Gwyn Morris Librarian Award Richard Naylor ’79 Drama Prize Newman-Rigby Band Trophy Prizes Prefect Prize Don and Karen Rickers International Student Leadership Award Ridley College Family Guild Junior Public Speaking Prize Ridley College Family Guild Public Speaking (L.S. Jr.) R.J. Rumble ’42 Trophy S.F.D. Sampson Memorial Rose Bowl Band Prize Stephen L. Souter ’81 Memorial Tech Prize Tiger Tribune Prizes UK Branch Prize for Dramatic Monologue

1,893 1,039 972 1,077 905 97 12,183 972 10,028 1,111 886 940 1,294 1,891 1,137 1,664 819 693 846 896 7,350 992 871

SUBTOTAL ACTIVITY PRIZES 62,016 ATHLETIC PRIZES Athena Award for Girls Rugby The Bartlett Trophy - Girls Hockey Becken-Whitty Trophy Colin G. Brzezicki Girls Hockey Browne Family Rugby Cup Bulldog Trophy - 1st Team Squash Bulldog Trophy - U/16 Squash Bunston Hockey Trophy Gary Burroughs ’64 Trophy - Football A.J. Corolis Award The Kristine Corolis Trophy Coy-DeVellis Trophy Neil Campbell ’51 Trophy - Rowing Nan Cassels 1914 Steeplechase Trophy - Sr. Girls Cross Country Barry Cromarty ’63 Trophy Ingrid Cronin Field Hockey Prize Captain Terence Cronyn ’20 Trophy - Novice Oarsperson Crossingham Cup - 1st Field Hockey Rookie of the Year Trophy Scott Daniel ’83 Trophy The William Dick Award C.W. Dorland Trophy Faes Trophy for Soccer The Hal Gould ’69 Football Colours Endowment Greenshields Harriers (Most Improved) The Simon Hall Award Dr. Bryan A. Henry ’91 Track Prize Jill Hopkins ’92 Trophy Jose Huerta ’00 Rugby Trophy Michael J. Johnson ’05 Award - MVP Golf Rod Jack ’80 Memorial Prize The Kindellan Cup - Girls Rugby Trophy Judy Lane Volleyball Trophy P.E. Lewis Cup C.J. Loat ’62 Award MVP U/15 Soccer Mann Family Trophy MVP 1st Girls Tennis Brian Martin Coaches Award J.P. Matheson Trophy The W.C. Montgomery Award

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988 674 1,650 625 1,077 882 882 972 359 1,074 935 693 1,063 882 819 718 1,715 425 896 882 1,206 693 693 1,000 1,171 757 592 1,119 882 1,018 983 972 1,193 896 902 2,080 3,096 1,120


The Mentone Cup Michael J. Moulden ’70 Coaches Award Ohio Ironman Award for Hockey Old Boys Trophy - Soccer Karen Oude-Reimerink Award - Gymnastics Paton Trophy Penney Squash Trophy A.C. 'Sandy' Peters Squash Award The Rob Poe Award Peter B. Robinson ’71 Cross Country Award N.A. Ronald Award for Determination (Jr. Girls Volleyball) Michael A. Scott Trophy Geoffrey Seymour Award Funds • Geoffrey Seymour ’69 Harriers Award • Seymour Trophy - Oarsperson of the Year • Cross Country "Most Improved" Caroline L. Sherk ’12 Field Hockey Award - Top Defender David ’83 & Andrea Shemilt Trophy - 2nd Team Swimming W.H. Somerville ’75 Trophy H.A. Staples Trophy Henry James Taylor Trophy Fund R.P. Tidy ’38 Award S.D. Vaughan Tier II Girls Hockey - MVP Award Dr. Adam Wright Memorial Prize The Dr. Angela M. Zuliani ’88 Memorial Trophy

981 944 774 1,844 896 1,038 1,004 1,186 100 972 3,072 988 15,565

1,130 1,150 896 97 637 928 863 932 1,234

Subtotal 75,812 TOTAL PRIZE ENDOWMENTS

444,833

RESTRICTED ENDOWMENTS ACADEMIC FUNDS Sam Anderson ’45 Chair for History & Modern Languages Class of 1956 Academic Tie Fund Terence Cronyn ’20 Chair in English and Drama MGI - Crawford ’56 & Eve Gordon Speaker Series Endowment Fund Curriculum on Ethics & Morals J.M. Gould Fund - Visiting Scholars Dr. J.R. Hamilton Chair in Mathematics and Science Frank Hollinrake ’57 Memorial Fund for Science Lett Family Endowment for Information Technology Donald S. McMurtry ’82 Environmental Fund Siebens Business Lecture Series Fund Technology Endowment Fund

390,327 4,861 409,019 79,738 9,730 81,423 422,616 14,328 1,098,517 163,508 99,099 116,984

Subtotal 2,890,150 ACTIVITY FUNDS W.E.N. Bell Memorial Games Fund Butterfield Global Services Fund Carthy Centennial Cadet Fund Class of 2003 Fund for Arts & Athletics Class of 2004 Fund for Arts & Athletics Green Tiger Endowment Fund Peter David James Jacobs Athletic Fund The Laine Family Fund Nitsopoulos Athletic Fund W. Darcy McKeough '51 Speaking Arts/Debating Endowment Fund Residential Life Programme Hugh A. Slater ’44 Athletic Endowment Fund Derek Zavitz ’97 Memorial Fund for Athletics

95,024 149,376 150,201 18,613 11,669 120,438 13,535 16,823 7,490 426,749 5,415 154,086 126,344

Subtotal 1,295,763

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DISCRETIONARY FUNDS The Headmaster’s Discretionary Fund C.C. Hopper Operating Fund - Bursar’s Discretionary

26,394 20,269

Subtotal

46,663

LIBRARY FUNDS Anderson Book Fund G.D. Enos Jr. ’41 Library Fund Glassco Book Fund Subtotal FACILITY/MAINTENANCE FUNDS Ron Angleman Endowment Fund Class of 1944 Maintenance Fund Fitness Studio Endowment Fund F.W. Hillock Maintenance Fund D.C. MacLachlan ’45 Memorial Auty Cricket Library/Archives Fund Mandeville Grove Endowment Mandeville Maintenance Fund McKeough Maintenance Fund Ridley College Memorial Chapel Endowment Fund Walker Maintenance Fund Subtotal PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUNDS Neil Campbell ’51 Fund Class of 1953 Headmaster’s Fund Faculty Professional Development Fund Subtotal TOTAL RESTRICTED ENDOWMENTS UNRESTRICTED ENDOWMENT FUNDS G.W. Gooderham Memorial Fund H.S. Gooderham Fund R.S. Leach Memorial Fund J.E. McConnell ’31 and Malcolm H. McConnell ’63 Family Fund Donald C. ’44 & Frances M. McFarlane Memorial Fund Charles A. Thompson ’28 Fund Unrestricted Funds TOTAL UNRESTRICTED ENDOWMENT FUNDS

3,812 2,839 18,775 25,426

82,529 66,010 157,342 21,608 83,745 3,998 946,787 128,057 170,883 223,583 1,884,542

110,613 42,335 92,242 245,190 6,387,734

257,796 641,537 17,813 533,387 118,656 77,470 349,439 1,996,098

IN TRUST FUNDS Class of 2010 Graditude Fund Class of 2011 Graditude Fund Class of 2012 Graditude Fund Class of 2013 Graditude Fund

485 2,323 151 1,650

TOTAL IN TRUST FUNDS

4,609

GRAND TOTAL CAPITAL

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23,570,049


RIDLEY COLLEGE FOUNDATION TRUSTEES R. Michael H. Stevens ’77 CHAIR

John R. Anderson ’65 Robert D. Evans ’77 John P. Hynes ’96 Donald S. McFarlane ’76 Duncan M. McGregor ’84 W. Darcy McKeough ’51 Bruce H. Mitchell ’64 William O. Wallace ’77

Crawford Gordon ’56 VICE-CHAIR Gregory B. Souter ’85 SECRETARY/TREASURER

by invitation: Georgina H. Black ’85 Susan E. Hazell J. Edward Kidd James D. Parke Andrew T. Weller TOTAL ASSETS AS OF JUNE 30, 2016 - CDN $ $19,333,694

$22,746,511

$24,188,162

$23,570,049

$25

MILLIONS $ CDN $

MILLIONS $ CDN $

$20

$15

$10

$5

$

2013

2014

2015

2016

GRANT RECEIVED WAS EXPENDED ON THE FOLLOWING DURING 2015–2016:

8% 9%

0.11% 1%

62.5%

5.5%

12.3%

1.9%

8.7%

1%

8%

0.1%

SCHOLARSHIPS & BURSARIES

2% 5%

ACADEMIC FUNDS

12%

UNRESTRICTED

ATHLETIC & ACTIVITY FUNDS

PRIZES

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

FACILITY MAINTENANCE FUND

LIBRARY FUNDS

62%

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RIDLEY COLLEGE FUND U.S.A. INC. BOARD OF DIRECTORS William S. Cleary ’81 Peter B. Coffin ’78 Timothy J. Coffin ’81 Alexander C.O. Hansen ’87 P. Edward Holl ’78 Michelle M. Mandeville ’95 James C. Rogers ’81 William G. Urban ’86 Marcie Wydman

John K.S. Cleary ’84 PRESIDENT Michele-Elise Burnett ’86 VICE-PRESIDENT Robert D. Wilson ’81 SECRETARY Harold A. Wilson ’67 TREASURER

TOTAL ASSETS AS OF JUNE 30, 2016 - US $

$6,238,230

$6,256,828

$6,260,063

2015

2016

6.5

MILLIONS $ US $

6.0

5.5

5.0

2014

GRANT RECEIVED WAS EXPENDED ON THE FOLLOWING DURING 2015–2016:

100%

SCHOLARSHIPS & BURSARIES

100%

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SCHOLARSHIPS & BURSARIES

$ 3,082,734 TOTAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

126

RECIPIENTS

$ 717,900

SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS AWARDED

180

RECIPIENTS

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alumni profile Greg Stremlaw ’90, has had a record-setting career in public and private sport, and is now the Head of CBC Sports. He was also named General Manager and Chef de Mission for CBC/RadioCanada’s coverage for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

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Greg Stremlaw ’90 has always had a passion for sports. During his Ridley career, which began in 1987, Greg was heavily involved in Athletics. For all three years he spent on the Ridley campus, he was a member of the First Boys soccer and hockey teams. Greg also competed on the track and field team and the golf team. Although Athletics was a large part of his Ridley journey, that wasn’t the only aspect of Ridley life that impacted Greg. He graduated in 1990 as an Ontario Scholar, with a wellrounded skill set that truly benefitted him in his post-secondary career and beyond. “Ridley placed a heavy emphasis and mandate on being well-rounded. Prioritization was critically important for success at Ridley and that skill set has come to serve me very well as an executive in my career,” Greg said. Upon graduation, Greg went to the University of Western Ontario, where he completed an undergraduate degree in Business. Continuing his education, he obtained his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Maine. Many opportunities arose for Greg after completing his MBA, but his thirst for knowledge was insatiable; he took a position at the Orange Bowl and enrolled at the University of Miami, where he obtained a Masters degree in Sports Management. Returning to Canada, Greg parlayed his education, skill set and passion for sports into a record-setting career in public and private sport. Greg began his career in Canada as the Director of Bobsleigh and Luge, and the Vice President of Sports Services for the Calgary Olympic Development Association, now known as WinSport Canada. After six years, he moved back to Ontario to become the Chief Executive Officer of the Chicopee Ski & Summer Resort. In 2007, Greg was named Chief Executive Officer of Curling Canada, where he encouraged innovation that led to the organization’s massive financial turnaround. His work with Curling Canada also helped the country become the number one nation in the global rankings for Women’s, Men’s and Wheelchair curling.

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profile

Most recently, Greg was named the head of CBC Sports in 2015, and his tenure there has been nothing short of remarkable. In the past year, he was named the General Manager and Chef de Mission for CBC/ Radio-Canada’s coverage of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Along with his team in Rio, he set a record for most coverage and most accessibility of the Olympic Games in Canadian history. With a total count of 32.1 million viewers, more Canadians tuned in to watch the Summer Games than ever before. Greg’s accomplishments don’t end there. He was also named to the Globe & Mail’s Power 50 list of Sports Leaders in Canada and recently completed a Harvard Executive Education programme at Harvard Law. His endless drive and determination has led him to have a successful and rewarding career. To current and future Ridleians, he offers this advice: “ There is no doubt that Ridley provides you with an incredible advantage over other high school students in Canada. With that, take the time to grow into something that you will be passionate about in life.”

Ridley placed a heavy emphasis and mandate on being well-rounded… Prioritization was critically important for success at Ridley and that skill set has come to serve me very well as an executive in my career.

— Greg Stremlaw ’90

Greg Stremlaw in Vancouver with Wayne Gretzky.

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A gift, however great or small, contributes to enriching the life and future of a child by enabling them to attend and thrive at Ridley College. The school’s emphasis on building a student with character and values by providing an education through inspiration, opportunity, and relationships sets Ridley apart. This is our motivation to give as we are fortunate to be part of this community and family. We truly appreciate the Ridley community that is helping to shape lives and educate our children far beyond the classroom. How wonderful to know that such a gift can positively impact the lives of young men and women poised to become our future leaders.

— AIMEE COOK, CURRENT PARENT

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Susan E. Hazell

DIRECTOR of DEVELOPMENT

your support MaKes a dIFFerence to rIdLey students today and toMorrow. Over the course of the past year, I have been humbled by the support shown by our Ridley Family. There are many poignant and powerful moments: alumni from classes dating back to the 30s and 40s who have been giving consistently to the school since they walked through the Marriott Gates as young graduates; young alumni who have made their very first gift; and parents, grandparents and past parents who, grateful to Ridley for the opportunities given to their sons and daughters, have supported our annual projects. Many donations are accompanied by notes of gratitude for the financial support received in the past, for life lessons learned living away from home, and for the enduring friendships made.

In this Annual Report, we recognize and gratefully appreciate the loyal support and generosity of all donors to Ridley College, the Ridley College Foundation and the Ridley College Fund USA, Inc. Donor listings include individuals, companies, corporations and foundations that made a gift to Ridley between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016. Every effort has been made to ensure that listings in this report are accurate and reflect the philanthropic story for Ridley in 2015–16. If an error or omission has occurred, please accept our sincere apologies and notify me. Terar Dum Prosim, Susan E. Hazell 905-684-1889 x2211 or susan_hazell@ridleycollege.com

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A HISTORY OF GIVING

During the year, I was fortunate to visit alumni, parents, past parents and prospective families at receptions across Canada, in Buffalo, New York City and Boston, in China and Hong Kong, Mexico, Bermuda, Barbados and Grand Cayman. Their stories of Ridley share a few common themes: 1) the great, and in many cases life-long, relationships that they created with fellow students, teachers and coaches; 2) the pride they share for their alma mater; and 3) their desire to give back and support their school and Ridley students today and in the future. It is my privilege to serve Ridley in raising funds, building new relationships and telling the story of Ridley today.


GIFTS BY ALUMNI 1930–1939 Robert J. Dunsmore ’37 William D. Foulds ’36 A.C. Gordon Jarvis ’39 James H.H. Scandrett ’39 1940–1949 B. Wallace Anderson ’49 T. Christie Arnold ’45 Edward C. Atwater ’44 Julian W. Atwater ’49 John A. Boyd ’46 A. David Charlton ’49 Frank W. Convery ’43 George B. Cowper ’48 L. Robert S. deLangley ’48 James R. Digby ’45 Robert B. Dougan ’48 William H. Fennell ’49 R. Boyd Ferris ’41 Hugh C.W. Franklin ’48 John M. Gardner ’42 David V. Geary ’45 William A. Harris ’48 Harry D.L. Hill ’47 Stephen N. Hooper ’49 Robert J. Irwin ’46 † Richard M. Ivey ’43 Frederick B. Jasperson ’44 Allan C. Ruddle ’46 Hugh A. Slater ’44 † Hugh L. Smith ’44 Robert W. Stevens ’44 † James G. Thompson ’44 1950–1959 Robert L. Brintnell ’56 George D.B. Butterfield ’57 Clemente A. Cohen ’56 Leonard M. Cole ’53 David H. Cook ’55 James D. Coons ’56 J. Douglas Court ’53 William A.B. Davis ’55 J. Edward T. Dillane ’55 G. Leiter Doolittle ’53 William E. Duffield ’50 Daniel A. Evans ’55 J. Dale Falkenhagen ’58 David C. Finlay ’59 C. Lawrence Freeman ’56 Crawford Gordon ’56 David S. Greenwood ’55 Richard O.W. Haeberlin ’53 Ian W.D. Heron ’50 Peter A. Herrndorf ’59 Peter C. Hodge ’56 Peter M. Hutchison ’55 Richard A. Hutchison ’53 Anthony L. Kemp ’56

Robert C. Kinnear ’59 G. Kirkham Kitson ’58 Robert W. Korthals ’50 Kenneth J. Lampman ’54 Robert F. Lee ’58 David K. Lett ’59 John M. Lind ’54 Michael C.H. Locke ’56 William H.A. MacEachern ’56 Robert O. Matthews ’56 Wilmot L. Matthews ’54 J. Gordon Maw ’54 W. Darcy McKeough ’51 Peter N. McLaine ’56 Geoffrey G. Mitchell ’55 John G. Moffat ’52 C. Paul Montgomery ’54 Terence J. O’Malley ’54 Richard Pogue ’56 John A. Pollock ’55 Kenneth P. Powell ’58 Timothy H.E. Reid ’54 Gordon D. Rice ’54 Alonzo B. Robertson ’57 Ian H. Russell ’52 † William H. Sears ’58 Edwin R. Shepherd ’54 Peter H. Sims ’51 J. Christopher Snyder ’59 Jeremy F. Sturgeon ’58 Matte A.F. terBorg ’53 Norris W. Walker ’52 Ernest L. Wilson ’57 A.G.P.S. 'Al' Wodzianski ’56 F. Ian Wood ’53 James K. Wood ’57 1960–1969 John R. Anderson ’65 Brian W. Barr ’61 Thomas G. Belton ’61 Douglas C.B. Betts ’69 David C. Bewley ’61 Brian G. Bexton ’65 Peter C.H. Blachford ’67 Henry M. 'Mac' Borden ’64 Donald E. Bradford ’67 James H. Burrows ’62 Michael R. Carson ’64 Christopher Carter ’68 John F. Carter ’61 R. Gordon Chaplin ’61 Peter T. Christensen ’61 Chris Collingwood ’66 John Costen ’66 John W. Craig ’60 Larry G. Culver ’66 David A. Dodge ’61 John C. Drummond ’67 John H. Fisher ’61 Ross E. Gale ’64 Richard A. Gano ’64

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Ian Gibson ’63 D. Harold W. Gould ’69 Archie N. Grace ’66 John R. Grace ’61 Timothy K. Griffin ’68 C. M. Victor Harding ’66 Karl R. Hartwick ’66 Harry C. Hatch ’67 Paul A. Head ’68 Christopher H. Hebb ’60 P. Rodger Henderson ’63 J. Vernon Henderson ’65 Robert C. Howard ’63 Brian A. Iggulden ’67 Daniel O. Jarvis ’68 Russell E. Jones ’61 William N. Kinnear ’63 Philip B. Lind ’61 Christopher J. Loat ’62 Ian B. Maclennan ’68 Frederick P. Mannix ’60 Ronald N. Mannix ’66 William deM. Marler ’66 John A. McLeish ’66 Bruce H. Mitchell ’64 David R. Morgan ’65 David L. Muir ’61 Paul J. Muller ’63 M. Moore Newell ’68 Andrew Paton ’64 Christopher W. Paton ’65 Terence H. Rapsey ’66 Ian B. Reid ’63 George C. Reifel ’69 Michael A. Rice ’61 David E.R. Rokeby-Thomas ’61 John H. Sandham ’66 James E. Savory ’66 Terence P. Scandrett ’61 Geoffrey M. Seymour ’69 Michael R. Spurling ’60 Richard D. Spurling ’65 R. Michael Stone ’61 John O. Stubbs ’62 Donald A.B. Turner ’61 Allan J. Tyson ’65 Ian K. Upjohn ’69 Jonathan C. Vick ’61 Robert B. Waind ’63 Robert A. Walker ’61 Andrew O. Watson ’65 Robert C. Watson ’63 David G. Whiting ’61 D. Michael Whittle ’64 John H. Wilmot ’61 Harold A. Wilson ’67 David A. Wright ’65 Colin E. Wykes ’60 1970–1979 J. Randy Alldread ’76 Michael D. Baker ’78


Peter D. Ballantyne ’75 R. Scott Barron ’75 Peter R. Bennett ’72 Russell G. Blair ’75 Anne I. (Patchett) Bookbinder ’79 Thomas G. Brownlee ’77 John M. Brunton ’73 John M. Burnes ’74 Donald M. Burton ’72 Kelvin S. Chen ’70 Edward K.S. Chung ’74 Peter B. Coffin ’78 Michel G. Debiche ’79 Ian A. Dunbar ’78 Robert D. Evans ’77 Thomson D. Fischer ’77 Derek D. Fraser ’79 Ian M. Fraser ’72 James E. Gibson ’75 David S. Grant ’72 James D. Greenshields ’76 Michael S. Hazell ’73 Richard C. Hazell ’74 George C. Hendrie ’74 D.M. Darwin Ho ’75 Robert S. Ho ’77 J. Anthony D. Hooper ’72 James R. Howie ’71 Douglas E. Hunt ’70 William T. Hutton ’76 William L.C. Jackson ’77 Martin C.Y. Lam ’76 Donald R. Lawson ’75 Gordon J. Leece ’75 Geoffrey W. Lind ’71 Philip A. Macdonald ’79 Robert B. Macdonald ’79 Donald S. McFarlane ’76 Michael J. Moulden ’70 Donald W. Naylor Jr. ’75 Nicholas W. Paine ’79 Timothy S. Pfohl ’76 Michael R. Pos ’75 Jeremy N. Pridham ’78 Anthony W. Pylypuk ’71 J. Craig Rice ’75 Robert J.B. Rumble ’75 Michael J. Sabia ’72 Ward H.M. Seymour ’74 Grant R. Skelly ’78 Paul M. Slemon ’72 Timothy M. Steele ’75 James W. Stein ’75 Robert W. Sterne ’73 Thomas A. Stevens ’79 William G. Stewart ’75 Robert S. Stratton ’71 Paul W. Szczucinski ’72 Graham E. Taylor ’71 Robert M. Thom ’74 A. Geoffrey Tooton ’70

Francis R. Tooton ’72 John W.L. Travis ’75 Andrew Tymoszewicz ’76 William H. Verity ’71 James S. Vick ’70 Everett D. Walker ’74 James D.D. Walker ’77 William O. Wallace ’77 Paul H.C. Wang ’75 Luke A. Weinstein ’72 John A. Wright ’73 George R.H. Wyatt ’73 J. Christopher Young ’78 1980–1989 Linda M. Alexanian ’85 David H. Anderson ’88 Ian M. Anderson ’81 Katherine A. (Burpee) Anderson ’88 Graham M. Beck ’80 Jeffrey R.C. Bell ’88 Anu Bhalla ’86 Georgina H. Black ’85 Richard M.C. Bojankiewicz ’80 K. Norman Bradshaw ’89 Thomas W. Bright ’81 Aaron L. Brown ’85 Marko R. Bukovec ’85 Jonathan R. Bullivant ’81 Michele-Elise Burnett ’86 David A. Burns ’86 Gregory A. Carlyle ’85 David K. Carter ’88 William S. Cleary ’81 John K.S. Cleary ’84 Timothy J. Coffin ’81 Ellen E. (Kolbert) Cornelissen ’84 Michael C. Court ’82 Philip D. Court ’85 John G. Crawford ’84 William G.N. Drope ’82 Derek J. Dunkley ’87 Ian K. Duquemin ’82 Paul Filion ’86 Sarah B. (Sheppard) Gagnon ’85 Sean P. Gallaway ’87 Alexander C.O. Hansen ’87 Charlene J. (Ebert) Hutton ’83 A. Dean Karachi ’87 Nadine D. Karachi-Estrada ’87 R.W. Grant Kedwell ’86 C. Michael Kray ’88 Amanda S. (Rankin) Lampard ’88 Robin E.A. Lampard ’85 Scott G.A. Lampard ’88 Noel B. Langhorne ’87 Elizabeth-Ann (Woolley) Lawton ’80 Robert S. Lyons ’88 Thomas P. Marian ’81 Robert B. Mason ’82

Donald H. McDonald ’80 Duncan M. McGregor ’84 Donald S. McMurtry ’82 Anne M. Mitchell ’85 William H. Morrison ’86 F. Kelly Neill ’81 Christopher R. Northey ’85 Geoffrey R. Park ’80 Tracy L. Patterson ’82 M. Samantha G. Peeris ’85 Terrance J. Powell ’82 Jason L.C. Powell ’83 James C. Rogers ’81 Lisanne S. Rogers ’85 John C. Rudd ’80 Saurabh Sharma ’89 Fiona C. (Halliday) Shaw ’86 Paula (Copland) Sherk ’85 W. Carter Siebens ’82 Hugh J.M. Silk ’87 Hilary R. (Nield) Skilnyk ’82 Gregory B. Souter ’85 Leslie A. Strong ’85 James R. Swayze ’82 Petra (Kern) Swayze ’83 Jordy K. Tedford ’88 William G. Urban ’86 Elizabeth C. Valentine ’85 Robert McD. Wilson ’81 Heather L. (Edgar) Winmill ’81 Kai-Yen Wong ’88 John R. Woods ’83 Greg Zabek ’83 Shanaze (Galagoda) Zarazua ’88 1990–1999 Grant J. Aberdeen ’90 Thomas M. Bartlett ’95 Marc A. Beaudry ’96 Emily C. (MacLean) Bedell ’92 Jennifer L. Birmingham ’93 Kenneth Chu ’99 Thomas P. Clarkson ’99 Wendy E. (Crossingham) Darby ’99 Conrad R. Doucette ’92 Esther S. (Copland) Hagerman ’96 Leah K. Hamilton ’99 Michael C.S. Ho ’91 John P. Hynes ’96 Alka Kundi ’96 Erica (Liu) Lepp ’97 Yolanda H. Lewczuk ’91 H. Jane Lewis ’90 Alison A.C. Loat ’94 Christopher J.E. Loat ’97 Michelle M. Mandeville ’95 Tara (Cuddihy) Manner ’95 Mark A. McGaw ’97 Anne C. McIntosh ’92 Georgina C. McMichen ’99

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Colin D. Ruzylo ’02 Christina J. (Gittings) Secord ’04 Hilary T. Smith ’03 William N. Sun ’09 David A. Vaughan ’03 Xueqing X. Wang ’15 Alexander M. Wilson ’00 Christina M. Witzel ’07 Brennan J. Wood ’01

Hub International Ontario Ltd. Imagine That Family Care Services Inc. Investors Group Financial Services Inc. Ivest Properties Ltd. Jostens Canada Ltd. Kaupp Electric Ltd. Kraun Electric Inc. Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville GIFTS BY COMPANIES Restaurant OR SUPPLIERS Lisa’s Trophy Shop 2000–2015 J.A. Macdonald London Ltd. 1218776 Ontario Ltd. Jonathan C. Abbott ’00 MacEachern’s Deep Steam 1493378 Ontario Ltd. Benjamin E. Abraham ’07 Int’l Ltd. Ashley L. (Sutherland) Beatty ’02 1869740 Ontario Inc. McGee Marking Devices 2139369 Ontario Inc. Darren K. Bleau ’04 Meyers Farms 2369875 Ontario Inc. Austin M. Bukovec ’14 Milestone Millwork 638324 Ontario Inc. Susan K. Burke ’00 Moderntronics Inc. Alpha Textbooks Inc. Rafael Buzali Przedecky ’15 Newton Financial Ltd. Arva Ltd. Norman C. Chung ’12 Niagara Airbus Inc. Attridge Coach Lines Inc. Evan R.V. Clarke ’05 Niagara Fitness Attridge Transportation Inc. Eliza S. Coffin ’13 Niagara IceDogs Baggataway Investments Inc. Laura E. Court ’14 Hockey Club Inc. Bead Queen Sarah A. Cumming ’04 Niagara Orchard Beatties Basics Office Products Rhiannon Davies ’01 & Vineyard Corp. Belden Ian R. Davies ’03 Niagara Protective Coatings Ben Berg Farm & Christopher M. de Haydu ’03 O’Hara Trucking & Industrial Equipment Celeste N. Doucet ’07 Excavating Inc. Beninger Engineering Ltd. Jillian R. Evans ’06 Ontario Panelization Bulldog Fire & Security Maxwell Fischer ’10 Patrick’s DJ Service C Me Mail Mackenzie S. Fowler ’11 PEC Roof Maintenance Canadian Tire Retail Store Mercedes (Dziver) Geimer ’03 Peninsula Press Ltd. - Louth Street William J. Generous ’09 Penn Refrigeration Ltd. Cecchini Masonry Ltd. William J. Gittings ’03 Perspectives Eduscho Ltd. Compass Group Canada Andrew T. Godfrey ’04 Pharmashield Dispensary Court Holdings Ltd. Ransom D. Hawley ’04 P.I. Incentives Crawford, Smith & Swallow Jean E. Hendrie ’05 ProMetic Life Sciences Inc. CSI Power & Environmental Inc. Scott A. Herschell ’03 Quartek Group Inc. Dominion Auto Body Joshua M. Hollowell ’00 Rankin Construction Inc. Electronic Presentation William H.R. Hope ’04 Relamping Services Canada Ltd. Group Inc. Imran Khan ’06 Row West Activewear Inc. Ensign Electronic Laura A. Kolupanowicz ’04 Shadow Auto Dealer Alarm Systems Ltd. Hilary A. Leitch ’09 Souvenir City Inc. Enterprise Canada Inc. Marcie A. Lewis ’03 Spiritwear Promotions ESN Electrical Solutions Eva Yun Li ’11 St. Catharines Building Supplies Niagara Inc. Jonathan C.L. Lo ’08 The Jacket Cellar Fallsview Golf Inc. Luis D. Lopez ’13 The Roy Steed Personal Trust Financiere Fragmini Inc. Matthew A.T. Lopinski ’15 Top Marks Front Row Sports Excellence Elspeth S. (Call) Lukasik ’02 Toronto-Dominion Bank G.B. Environmental Services William J. MacMillan ’05 Union Bus Terminal (Niagara) Ltd. Emmanuel McIntosh ’05 Van Am Mechanical Ltd. Gales Gas Bars Ltd. Sarah K. Milligan ’04 Webley Construction Ltd. Game on Stream Inc. Stuart A.J. Milligan ’06 Win-Leader Corp. Georgian Chevrolet Buick Sean A. Moir ’03 Xonkor Holdings Ltd. GMC Inc. Sara M. Morgan ’00 Gocking Estimating and Garrett A. Noiles ’06 Project Management Justin J. Pintwala ’03 Graham Clan Sales Sean P. Porter ’05 Sharlene A. (Schrompf) Price ’00 Hall Ironworks Inc. Henley Motors Ltd. Kevan S. Quinn ’04 Lewis A. Reis ’04 † denotes deceased Stephanie L. Perry ’93 Matthew J. Picken ’93 Robert J. Poe ’90 Scott C.H. Rondeau ’90 Bryan J. Rose ’96 Graeme R.P. Scandrett ’92 Derek M. Surka ’90 Clement C. Tong ’97 Andrew P. Wilson ’93 Victor C.H. Woo ’98 Kathryn E. Yates ’90

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GIFTS BY CURRENT AND FORMER FACULTY AND STAFF

Anne E. Kubu Peggy J. Lampard Rupert & Judy Lane Andrew D. Leach Margaret E. Lech Ashley Auld Jonathan & Emma Leigh Justin N. Baird Janet M. Lewis Jodi Battle Marcie A. Lewis ’03 Simon C. Beatty Kory Lippert Kimberly A. Becken Christopher ’62 & Patricia Loat Marissa R. Bennett Robert B. Lockey Julia A. Bertollo Sandra J. Magee Michael St. J. Beverley Michael M. Maki & Matthew Bowie Nicole M. Seguin Christine E. Boyko J.K. 'Kerry' Martin Valerie Brown Andrew McNiven Catherine Burke James & Ann Milligan Julie A. Cameron Michael J. Moulden ’70 Giles B. Campbell F. Kelly Neill ’81 Douglas J. Campbell Emmett J.R. O’Neill Andrea Carisse Paul O’Rourke W. Nathaniel Caters Karen P. Oude-Reimerink Linda Chang H. Jeremy Packard † & Richard N. Cicchine Ingrid Cronin Stephen & Elizabeth Clarke Wendy S.Q. Pak Christopher Clarke Barbara V. Papp Andrew & Kristine Corolis Geoffrey ’80 & Stephanie Park David & Connie Cosgrove James D. Parke Ruth E. Court R. Brent Pfab Heather Cousins Robert J. Poe ’90 Jessica M. Craig-O’Connor Marilyn G. Prociuk Carla D’Annibale Marie-Claire Recurt David & Wendy ’99 Darby Michael A. Rice ’61 D. Clyde Dawson Eva Riis-Culver Clifton Dean Sue Robbins Paul S. DeVellis Nicholas A. Ronald Celeste N. Doucet ’07 Lara Rootes Derek J. Dunkley ’87 Bryan J. Rose ’96 George A. Dunkley Elizabeth H. Rupp Paul ’86 & Bobbie Filion Gerald S. Shantz Derek D. Fraser ’79 W.L. 'Tim' Sharpe W. Wayne Fraser A. Jon D.B. Silver Heather Gillespie Benjamin Smith William J. Gittings ’03 Robert T. Snowden Simon J. Hall Bernard St-Francois Allison M. Harding Ashley L. (Sutherland) Erin M. Hayakawa Beatty ’02 Michael S. Hazell ’73 John F. Sweeney Susan E. Hazell Karen Thacker Barbara Helmkay † Suzanne Tisi Angie Hicks Carrie Underwood Nicholas D. Holmes Virginia R. Vickers Donald & Nancy Hunt Scott D. Walker Christine Hurtubise Nina L. Webster Ken & Charlene ’83 Hutton Brian ’67 & Rosemary Iggulden Andrew T. Weller Andrew Whiteley Charmaine Ing David C. & Sarah Whitty Tobin Ireland & Taylor York-Ireland Kay E. Johnson Eleanor I. Johnston Zachary Jones J. Edward & Hanna Kidd

GIFTS BY CURRENT AND PAST PARENTS, GRANDPARENTS AND FRIENDS Hilary J. Abbey Mark Adams & Marian Bredin Omar Alajaji & Shams Barazi John R. Anderson ’65 Wally ’49 & Estelle Anderson Xuejun Bao & Xiaoyan Sun Arron Barberian & Linda Rodeck Christophe & Eliane Baron David & Lidia Beaudry Peter ’72 & Heather Bennett Douglas ’69 & Linda Betts Cornelio Biscaro & Anne Theresa Murphy Jochen Böllert Larry & Joan Bourk Robert & Sharon Brintnell Charles Brown & Fil Stabile Derek Brown William R. Brunt Marko R. Bukovec ’85 Michele-Elise Burnett ’86 Dennis & Sara Call Giles & Fiona Campbell W. Nathaniel Caters Susan Charles Janet Charlton Steven & Heather Charlton Jianchao Chen & Ying Guo Xiaowen Cheng & Zhao Yi Blain Chiavarini Emeka & Obiageli Chibuzor Edward Chung ’74 & Jannie Ho Hiu C. Chung & Min Wang Jacquelyn Clark Stephen & Elizabeth Clarke Cameron Clayton & Linda Chang Tim ’81 & Amy Coffin Charles & Aimee Cook James D. Coons ’56 Adrian & Mary Coote Andrew & Kristine Corolis J. Douglas ’53 & Nancy Court Michael ’82 & Kris Court Philip Court ’85 & Karen Murray Ruth E. Court Robert Courteau Conrad Cowherd & Henny Didriksen-Cowherd Gregg Crealock Brian Croudy Bing Cui Qingjun Cui & Xiaoying Sun Larry G. Culver ’66 & Eva Riis-Culver L. Robert S. deLangley ’48

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Wolfgang & Brigitte Cwetler John & Maureen Di Sebastiano James R. Digby ’45 Alex & Kara Digenis Dan & Cynthia Doucet John ’67 & Hilda Drummond Ian ’78 & Laura Dunbar Derek Dunkley ’87 & Wendy Pak George & Colleen Dunkley Madeleine Duquemin Ingrid Efstathiou Raymond & Nancy Elder Leigh Ann Epperson Fernando Estrada & Nadine ’87 Karachi-Estrada Bruce & Karen Etherington Dana Lee Evans Robert ’77 & Nancy Evans Joseph & Cathy Ferrante Paul ’86 & Bobbie Filion Stephen Fischer Tony & Cindy Fischer Chris & Rebecca Follows Michael & Martina Frank Barbara Fraser Wayne Fraser & Eleanor Johnston Thomas Gadsby Abbie Gagne Yiyun Ge & Xiaoian Zhu Martin & Lianne Goddard Crawford ’56 & Eve Gordon Hal ’69 & Kim Gould Jens & Andrea Grabowski Tim ’68 & Darka Griffin Simon & Susan Hall Daphne Hamlin Corinne Hansen Harry ’67 & Rosalyn Hatch Richard ’74 & Cindy Hazell Geordie ’74 & Janet Hendrie Steven Hudson & Kristy McKitrick Donald & Nancy Hunt Peter M. ’55 & Marcia Hutchison Peter D. Hutt Ken & Charlene ’83 Hutton Brian A. ’67 & Rosemary R. Iggulden Kehinde & Olayinka Ismail Richard M. Ivey ’43 Richard & Elaine Jenkins Jun Jiang & Rong-fen Wang A. Dean Karachi ’87 J. Edward & Hanna Kidd Hyung Kim & Karen Major Michael & Anne Kirkpatrick Edouard & Patricia Kohler Martin Lam ’76 & May Sam Peggy J. Lampard Rupert & Judy Lane Pierre Laurin Douglas Lawrence

James & Elizabeth-Ann ’80 Lawton Andrew Leach & Nicky Adamou-Leach Ophelia Lee Mark & Nancy LeMar Mark & Erica ’97 Lepp Marc Levesque & Lyne Guilbert Janet M. Lewis Kebin Li & Joan Zhong Zuo Dominic Lim & Ja Hee Chung Baifeng Li & Tingting Zhang Jinghua & Haiyan Li Kefeng Liu & Qing Li Geoffrey W. Lind ’71 Christopher ’62 & Patricia Loat Qun Luo & Qun Li Richard O. Maas Philip ’79 & Robin Macdonald Robert Macdonald ’79 & Heather Morris Sandra J. Magee Samuel & Helen Mahshie Michael Maki & Nicole Seguin Michael P. Maloney Robin L. Martin Elizabeth Mason Dragan & Lisa Matovic Dean & Susan McCann Donald ’76 & Marie McFarlane W. Darcy ’51 & Joyce McKeough Patrick & Marlene McMaster Grigory & Tatiana Merzon Fred & Sandy Meyers Duncan Millar & Martha Younger James & Ann Milligan Bruce H. Mitchell ’64 Frederic Mo & Petra Lee Joachim Mohme & Christiane Eichholz-Mohme Edward Morabito & F. Kelly Neill ’81 John & Les Anne Morrison William H. ’86 & Karen Morrison Michael J. ’70 & Karen Moulden Ingo Nannsen Jay Naster John & Brenda Newell Christopher Nitsopoulos Tim & Linda Nye Godwin O. Ogbonna Paul & Kim O’Rourke John & Victoria O’Toole Olawale & Bukola Olafisan Geoffrey ’80 & Stephanie Park George & Gillian Park Joseph E. Patchett Steven Pettes † Robert & Patricia Poe William Prestia & Laura Menechella

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Nigel & Sharlene Price Ning Qi & Cong Chen Terence H. Rapsey ’66 Mike ’61 & Margaret Rice Pamela Richardson Brian & Linda Ridgway Charles & Marie Ritchie Joseph & Anita Robertson Brigitte Robinson Heike Roeder Richard Rohmer Lara & John Rootes Milica Rudan Simo Rudan & Liliana Cardenas Michael Sabia ’72 & Hilary Pearson Solmaz Sahin James H.H. Scandrett ’39 Terence P. Scandrett ’61 Robert & Eva Schmidt William H. Sears ’58 David Searle & Lorrie Shellnutt Ward ’74 & Lori Seymour Peter & Erin Sharpe Hamish Shaw & Fiona (Halliday) Shaw ’86 Mohsen Shivafard & Fereshteh Shiralizadeh Judith L. Simmonds Anil K. Singh Robert & Berneice Skelly Harold C. Smith Robert T. Snowden Sylvester & Nirmala Solanki Xuekui Song & Xiaowen Guo Bernard & Wanda St-Francois Patrick Steier & Maria Menechella Margaret Stephenson Robert ’44 † & Ann Stevens Yvette Stewart Robert ’71 & Martha Stratton Elizabeth Taliano Clifford Tattersall Graham E. Taylor Frederico Tejado Barcena & Adriana Escobar Rojo David Telfer & Atsuko Hashimoto Edward Thomas & Catherine Anderson ’82 Narongsak & Poonyapah Thongpapanl A. Geoffrey Tooton ’70 John Trench Lloyd & Barbara Tylee Axel & Hannah Ulrich Lambert & Louiza Van Sittert Megan J. Vannucci William H. Verity ’71 Walter & Sheila Voutt Norris W. Walker ’52 Yongzhong Wang & Zhongqi Zhou


Yu E. Wang Fred Wanklyn & Jennifer Rowsell William Watson & Georgina H. Black ’85 Dennis & Helen Webb Cheryl Wertman Grant Westcott & Carolyn Hurst Andrew Whiteley & Annette Dunn David C. Whitty Barbara Wilson Paul & Heather ’81 Winmill Ellen Wodchis Gaoping Wu & Jia Ling Yaozhi Xia & Yan Wang Jian Xue & Yun Tian Mu Yang & Fei Su Yuanqiang Yang & Xuan Chen Doug Youmans & Virginia Workman Chris ’78 & Donez Young Kamran Zaidi Javier Zarazua & Shanaze (Galagoda) Zarazua ’88 Wanzhong Zeng & Li Huang Jie Zhao & Xuejun Liang Dong Zheng & Min Zhu Min Zhou & Yue Guan Michael & Rosa Ziolkowski Shilong Zu & Wei Zhao

GIFTS IN HONOUR OR IN MEMORY OF In Memory of Richard A. Bradley John C. Newell Francis R. Tooton ’72 In Memory of Riley Brethour ’49 Robin L. Martin In Memory of Stephen R. Court J. Douglas ’53 & Nancy Court In Memory of Judy Dmytrow Gabrielle ’20 & Chloe ’22 Cook In Memory of John Gordon ’66 Larry G. Culver ’66 Karl R. Hartwick ’66 William Marler ’66 Terence H. Rapsey ’66 John H. Sandham ’66 In Memory of Strachan and Mary Heighington James R. Digby ’45

In Memory of Paul E. Lewis Matthew J. Picken ’93

PLANNED GIFTS

In Memory of Michael L. Mandeville Michelle M. Mandeville ’95

INCLUDING BEQUESTS TO RIDLEY COLLEGE, THE RIDLEY COLLEGE FOUNDATION, AND THE RIDLEY COLLEGE FUND USA, INC.

AS OF JUNE 30, 2016

In Memory of Ian McKay William N. Kinnear ’63 In Memory of Gina Nitsopoulos Olivia ’20 & Emma ’24 Massis In Memory of Pauline Orr Derek Brown Susan Charles Abbie Gagne The Granite Club Pierre Laurin Jay Naster Pamela Richardson Judith L. Simmonds Yvette Stewart In Memory of Kathryn Patchett Joseph E. Patchett In Memory of Edson, Roderick, Paul, Porter and Pet Tim S. Pfohl ’76 In Memory of Alex Porter ’48 Janet Porter In Memory of J. Patrick Trench John Trench In Memory of Marilyn I. Walker Ridley College Family Guild In Memory of Jonathon Young and John Walker James D.D. Walker ’77 In Honour of Doug Anderson Christina J. Secord ’04 In Honour of Catherine Burke Susan K. Burke ’00 In Honour of the Class of 1977 Thomas G. Brownlee ’77 In Honour of The Reverend G.S. Shantz Christina J. (Gittings) Secord ’04

Peter R. Bennett ’72 Henry M. 'Mac' Borden ’64 Richard A. † & Mary Bradley Donald M. ’72 & Margaret Burton R. Gordon Chaplin ’61 Alfred J.L. Chapman ’45 † E.P. Coy ’30 † Michael H. Daniel Bonnie F. Derry-Graupp G. Leiter ’53 & Ricky Doolittle Carl † & Eleanor Dorland Bruce & Karen Etherington Denis † & Janet Evans Jane Feagan Ian M. Fraser ’72 Crawford Gordon ’56 George C. Hendrie ’74 Stephen N. Hooper ’49 William T. Hutton ’76 Brian A. Iggulden ’67 Richard M. Ivey ’43 Elizabeth Lamond-Elliot Brian H. Love ’71 & Susan F. Love † Diana S. MacKay ’87 James ’94 & Sandi McCabe W. Darcy ’51 & Joyce McKeough John A. McLeish ’66 Bruce H. Mitchell ’64 Michael J. ’70 & Karen Moulden Joan R. Randall Timothy G.T. Reid ’78 D.S. 'Bill' Rudd ’47 John C. Rudd ’80 James H.H. Scandrett ’39 William H. ’58 & Carole Sears Joan Stevens Jeremy F.G. Sturgeon ’58 William H. Verity ’71 A. Ross Webster ’60 Michael ’64 & Eileen Whittle R.S. Willmot F. Ian Wood ’53 Adam H. Zimmerman ’44 †

In Honour of Yiheng Song Xuekui Song

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CUMULATIVE GIVING* AS OF JUNE 30, 2016 TO RIDLEY COLLEGE, THE RIDLEY COLLEGE FOUNDATION AND THE RIDLEY COLLEGE FUND USA, INC. *ELECTRONIC RECORDS MAINTAINED BY THE DEVELOPMENT OFFICE BEGINNING IN 1986.

DIAMOND $1,000,000+ Samuel I.A. Anderson ’45 † Frederick K. Ashbaugh † Christopher Carter ’68 Clarence J. Chandran Patrick F. Lett ’67 Hubert T. Mandeville ’40 † Frederick P. Mannix ’60 The R. Samuel McLaughlin Foundation Bruce H. Mitchell ’64 Stewart D. Siebens ’64 In honour of John M. Stevens ’42 and Robert W. Stevens ’44 † Ridley College Family Guild Ridley College Foundation Ridley College Fund USA, Inc. PLATINUM $250,000–$999,999 Marjory E.J. Cain † Chartwells Peter B. Coffin ’78 John B. Cronyn ’39 † Dorothy & Ridley Doolittle † John C. Drake ’65 Estate of André Buller ’54 H. Stephen Gooderham ’41 † Peter S. Gooderham ’44 † Mac ’46 & Jean Irwin † Richard M. Ivey ’43 E.W. Mandeville Jr. ’38 † Leighton W. McCarthy ’62 James E. McConnell ’31 † Gilbert E. McElheny † W. Darcy McKeough ’51 Donald S. McMurtry ’82 Michael & Kelly Meighen John H. Milnes ’31 † John B. Mitchell ’71 Yanick Pagé ’84 G. Scott Paterson ’82 Ridley Graduate Boat Club William H. Sears ’58 Hugh A. Slater ’44 † Special Friends Giving Michael H. Stevens ’77 James G. Thompson ’44 Robert † & Joan Utting John G. Walker ’58 † Norris W. Walker ’52

GOLD $100,000–$250,000 Anonymous (1) B. Wallace Anderson ’49 Brian W. Barr ’61 Real & Anne Bergevin Burgoyne Holdings Inc. Henry B. Burgoyne ’67 † George D.B. Butterfield ’57 James B. Butterfield ’70 Centrinity R. Gordon Chaplin ’61 J. Douglas ’53 & Nancy Court G. Mark Curry ’62 Harry J. Daniel † André & France Desmarais David A. Dodge ’61 Estate of J. Ronald Angleman Estate of Dorothy M. Cooke Estate of Graham M. MacLachlan Bruce & Karen Etherington Denis † & Janet Evans Robert D. Evans ’77 J.D. Peter Franks ’42 † Crawford Gordon ’56 D. Harold W. Gould ’69 Bryan & Angela Gransden James D. Greenshields ’76 George C. Hendrie ’74 George M. Hendrie ’49 † John M. Lind ’54 Chenzhong Luo & Hongyue Wang Ronald N. Mannix ’66 Wilmot L. Matthews ’54 Joseph and Anita Robertson Michael J. Sabia ’72 & Hilary Pearson W. Carter Siebens ’82 John M. Stevens ’42 † John W. Stevens ’74 Robert W. Stevens ’44 † Thomas N. Urban Vancouver Foundation The Weathertop Foundation David S. Willmot ’68 F. Ian Wood ’53 Adam H. Zimmerman ’44 †

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SILVER $50,000 - $99,999 Edward & Ana Abady John R. Anderson ’65 Edward J. Berkhout ’76 William J. Burke ’77 John S. Burns ’60 Alexander J. Carley ’53 † Denise Chan James D. Chaplin ’51 † Richard R.G. Chaplin ’78 Richard R.P. Court ’50 Court Holdings Ltd. Allan & Lynn Day Estate of Allan Bond Jr. Estate of Alexander Carley Estate of John H Gooderham ’57 W. Palmer Goetz ’18 † Anthony & Helen Graham Timothy K. Griffin ’68 Arthur ’19 & Joan Harrison Harry C. Hatch ’67 Brian A. Iggulden ’67 Ingle International Inc. Robert J.A. Irwin Jr. ’46 William B. Irwin ’72 Richard W. Ivey ’68 Anthony B. Jerauld ’59 Frederick N.C. Jerauld III ’53 † H.S. Henry Lee ’79 Douglas R. Leggat ’54 Geoffrey W. Lind ’71 Jed ’33 & Susan Lind † John M. Lind ’54 Philip B. Lind ’61 Pasquale Marra Tony ’42 † & Judy Mason Donald C. McFarlane ’44 † Donald S. McFarlane ’76 McLean Budden Microsoft Corporation A. Hoadley † & Ruthie Mitchell Paul A. Morabito ’82 Michael J. Moulden ’70 Eleanor Osler Anthony M. Partington ’65 John M. Proctor ’68 Joan R. Randall Ridley Women’s Guild -Toronto Branch Terence P. Scandrett ’61


Arthur A. Schmon ’67 Ward H.M. Seymour ’74 J. Griffin Strasenburgh ’66 † Charles A. Thompson ’28 † Charles F.S. Tidy ’36 † William G. Urban ’86 William H. Verity ’71 William O. Wallace ’77 Robert C. Watson ’63 Bud & Ivy Willmot † BRONZE $25,000 - $49,999 Linda M. Alexanian ’85 David ’88 & Katherine ’88 Anderson Brian R. Babcock Birchall Family Foundation Georgina H. Black ’85 Allan Bond ’46 † Henry M. 'Mac' Borden ’64 Joseph C. Botticelli ’97 William A. Bryden ’43 † J. David Bunston Kenneth C. Bunston † Michael K. Bunston ’79 Gary F. Burroughs ’64 Donald M. Burton ’72 Huntley H. Bush Giles B. Campbell John W. Carlisle ’44 † Peter T. Christensen ’61 Chris Collingwood ’66 Steven S. Copp ’84 Michael C. Court ’82 Philip D. Court ’85 John K. Coutts Crawford, Smith & Swallow D. Bruce Croxon ’79 Jad & Lola Damouni Frederick W. Derry † Mary Drope † Doris M. Drummond E. Peter Elwood ’66 Leigh Ann Epperson Estate of Donna Gauley-McCarthy Estate of George Gooderham Fernando Estrada & Nadine Karachi-Estrada ’87 Hugh D. Evans ’87 Mark Evans ’81 Charles O. Fairbank ’59 Roderick & Margaret Ferguson Tony & Cindy Fischer Macquorn R. Forrester ’51 Ian M. Fraser ’72 David Friedman Peter D.H. Greenwood ’78

Corinne Hansen Stig-Ove ’59 † & Marja-Liisa Hansen Sandra Henderson Mrs. Frank W. Hillock † Terence & Patricia Hinan Juan A. Hinestrosa ’80 Thomas E. ’45 † & Ruth Hodgins Holt Renfrew G. Peter Horne ’51 William T. Hutton ’76 Paul G. Iggulden ’72 George M. Irwin ’69 Olayinka & Kehinde Ismail Daniel O. Jarvis ’68 David & Joanne Jones A. Dean Karachi ’87 John P. Kennedy ’74 Stewart † & Peggy Kingstone Robert C. Kinnear ’59 Lorenzo Kling ’85 Rudolf & Rosario Kling Edouard & Patricia Kohler Roy E. Laine Gary Last Suzanne Levesque Janet M. Lewis Kwing-Tong & Tinna Li Donald H. Lie ’52 Christopher J. Loat ’62 Brian H. Love ’71 Philip A. Macdonald ’79 Robert B. Macdonald ’79 R. Fraser MacKay ’73 Richard C. Malone ’59 Michael ’41 † & Myrna Mandeville Donald L. Matthews ’60 David R. McBride ’51 Dean & Susan McCann John ’32 † & Ruth McCarthy John A. McLeish ’66 Patrick & Nancy McNally MDS Capital Corp. Robert & Nancy Meehan Maria Menechella & Patrick Steier Katharine M.O. Miller ’21 † Edwin M. Mills ’48 David R. Morgan ’65 Peter Naylon Donald W. Naylor Niagara/Baie-Comeau Community Foundation George S. Niblett ’50 Harry P. Oakes Allan & Pauline Orr †

Glyn W. Osler ’48 Paul & Mary Oster David & Tracy Overbeeke Frederick M. Partington ’67 Vanessa Partington Robert J. Pyne ’76 Michael A. Rice ’61 Thomas E. Richardson ’58 Robert M. Schmon Jr. ’70 Edward M. Sellers ’59 Geoffrey M. Seymour ’69 Peter H. Sims ’51 Neil & Patricia Smith Philip R.L. Somerville ’65 John F. Storm ’53 Robert S. Stratton ’71 Michael & Ira Tatham Graham E. Taylor ’71 F. Gregory Thompson ’68 Donald & Connie Tigert Nora Walker John S. Walton ’49 Paul H. Wang ’75 Yongzhong Wang & Zhongqi Zhou Michael L. Willmot ’60 Douglas S. Wilson J.W. Timothy Witzel ’76 Victor C. Woo ’98

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I am grateful for the opportunities Ridley has afforded me over the years. I cannot teach the power of generosity without living it.

DONATING IS ONE WAY TO SAY THANK YOU. As educators, we are always striving to enrich the Ridley experience for today’s students while ensuring opportunities for future students as well. As a member of the Ridley family, I choose to donate because I know the money supports the people and programmes that make Ridley so special.

— KIM BECKEN, CURRENT FACULTY

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ANNUAL FUND CAMPAIGN PROJECTS

We are grateful for the support of many members of the Ridley family—alumni, current and past parents, current and former faculty and staff, and friends of the school. COLLECTIVELY YOUR DONATIONS HELP US REALIZE OUR STRATEGIC PLAN VISION. The following projects were identified by the school for the 2015–2016 campaign. We are delighted that we were successful in achieving our goals and completing each of these projects. THANK YOU!

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