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More than one hundred twenty-three years of momentum.

THE 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT OF PHILANTHROPY J U LY 1 , 2 0 1 0 – J U N E 3 0 , 2 0 1 1


To our loyal alumni, parents and friends,

2010-2011 was a remarkable year in this school’s long history‌


breaking records


in Admissions, College Counseling, the Annual Fund and event attendance.


In Admissions,


we received more than 1,000 applications — exceeding any other year in our history.


In College Counseling,


92% of graduates of the Class of 2011 were admitted to colleges ranked in the top two categories of selectivity*

66% were admitted to colleges and universities ranked in the most selective category.

These remarkable benchmarks affirm that colleges and universities appreciate the quality of a Westminster education.

*in Barron’s Profiles of Colleges and Universities


And thanks to the support of the generous people noted in this Annual Report,

the 2010-2011 Annual Fund set a record, raising more than $2.4 million to provide essential support for the people and programs that distinguish this school.


T

his Annual Report of Philanthropy highlights the significant difference your ongoing

support made during an extraordinary year in this school’s history. Simply put, Westminster School would not be the special place it is without your inspirational loyalty and generosity. The accomplishments of the past year build upon more than a century of ambitious momentum for this school. Even so, the 2010-2011 year will stand out in our long history for the series of remarkable landmarks in fundraising, admissions, college counseling, athletics and event attendance, any one of which would be noteworthy on its own but which together seem truly amazing. Breaking the record for annual fundraising, following on the heels of a successful capital campaign, is very unusual, since often institutional philanthropy subsides in the wake of major capital campaigns. Even more, thanks to the leadership of Maggie Pinney, our Director of Development, we accomplished this record despite not hiring a new Annual Fund Director until January. In that regard, if you have not already done so, please join me in welcoming Shannon O’Shaughnessy. A veteran in the world of alumni development, having spent many years with Notre Dame and Yale, Shannon has been a terrific addition to our faculty. The record number of admissions applications, given our economic context, one that is especially daunting in the Hartford area, offers a telling testament to the standing of Westminster School in the independent school world. Further, this accomplishment underscores the effectiveness of the ongoing initiatives of our Admissions Office, led by Jon Deveaux, now in his 16th year as Director. The impressive success in college admissions for the Class of 2011 is especially noteworthy considering the ever-increasing competitiveness of the college admissions environment. We have measured our college results against the categories provided by Barron’s for decades, but never before have our students fared so successfully. Our new Director of College Counseling, Greg Williams, certainly enjoyed a remarkable inaugural year leading this important office.

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While competing in the Founders League, which includes many talented teams from schools that are quite a bit larger than Westminster, our teams earned top-level New England rankings, triumphed at tournaments and won championships in all three seasons. No one can recall our teams before enjoying so much success in just one year: at different points in the fall season, First Field Hockey earned a No.1 New England ranking; Girls’ Ice Hockey won its holiday tournament and repeated as New England Champions; Boys’ Ice Hockey won both the Flood-Marr Holiday Tournament and its season-ending tournament; Girls’ Squash won the “B” New England Tournament and Boys’ Squash placed second in the “A” New England Championships; Boys’ Lacrosse went undefeated and captured the league title for the first time since 1996; and, finally, Softball won its fourth straight Western New England Championship. Wow, what a year for our athletic teams! Despite all of this success in fundraising, admissions, college counseling and athletics, most gratifying was the energy permeating our greater school community as highlighted by attendance at off-campus receptions and our spring alumni reunion. At our New York City Holiday Reception, Alan Brooks ’55 commented that the 250 guests in attendance marked the best attended, off-campus event in our school’s history. Similarly, Reunion Weekend included more than 350 guests in attendance, up from 225 the previous year. That so many alumni, parents and friends of this school continue to seek out opportunities to connect reveals the energizing enthusiasm animating our school community. It is a privilege to serve as Westminster School’s eighth Headmaster. This past year afforded Jenny and me the opportunity to greet and thank many of you, and we look forward to additional opportunities to reach out to you in the year ahead. Meanwhile, please accept our personal gratitude for your ongoing loyalty and support. With Grit and Grace,

William V.N. Philip, P’06,’09 Headmaster

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T A B L E

O F

C O N T E N T S

12 Message from the Director of

15 Alumni Top Ten Contributions

Development

Overall Class Leaders

13 Financial Summary

16 Reunion Giving 2011

Capital Gifts Steering Committee

14 Total Giving to Westminster Annual Fund Scale of Gifts Summary of Cash Contributions

39 Volunteers 2010-2011 40 Sixth Form Parents’ Gift 41 Parent Donors

Reunion Giving Records

43 Parents of Alumni

Reunion Participation

45 Other Donors

17 Capital Donors

48 Endowment Funds

18 Thring Society

52 Trustees 2010-2011

20 Annual Fund Clubs 25 Alumni Donors

O U R

M I S S I O N

Alumni Top Ten Participants

The Westminster community inspires young men and women of promise to cultivate a passion for learning, to explore and develop diverse talents in a balanced program, to reach well beyond the ordinary, to live with intelligence and character, and to commit to a life of service beyond self.

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MESSAGE

FROM THE

DIRECTOR

OF

DEVELOPMENT

The 2010-2011 Annual Report serves two

our community, host team feeds and appear in

purposes: It allows us to thank you for

significant numbers on our sidelines, in our art

supporting Westminster School, and it serves as

studio and in our theater.

a record of contributions, a general ledger of

The Thring Society has grown to 211

sorts. Dig a little deeper however, and it does

members. These are people, who when reflecting

much more. It illustrates the deep commitment,

on the most important experiences in their lives,

shared by many people, to Westminster School.

think of Westminster and provide for the school

Alongside 318 names, you will see a

in their estate plans. In the decades ahead,

Westminster crest, indicating 25 or more

planned gifts to Westminster will become the

consecutive years of giving. For some of our

school’s most significant avenue for growing the

alumni, this record of support stretches back to

endowment.

the 1950s. This level of ongoing support says

Westminster achieves this impressive level

much more about dedication to an institution

of support each year because so many people

and about advancing the school’s core values,

invest their time and talents in advancing the

than it does about dollars and cents.

school. We have 273 Class Agents, 27 Executive

We have 197 among our school’s

Committee members, 88 Reunion Committee

youngest alumni, those graduates of the last 10

members and 91 Parents Committee members,

years who have never missed a year. They

volunteers who, along with our Board of

demonstrate, that even in their first years away

Trustees, make Westminster a priority in their

from Williams Hill, our alumni recognize and

lives.

appreciate the value of their Westminster

On behalf of the students and faculty on

education and want to ensure that this

Williams Hill and the members of the Alumni

opportunity is always there for others. For five

and Development office, let me thank you for

consecutive years, our Fifth Reunion class has

supporting Westminster School. A visit to

achieved 60 percent participation or better —

Williams Hill will surely confirm for you that

an outstanding record.

community, character, balance and involvement

Westminster parents are a singularly

thrive — all because of your generosity.

generous group; 69 percent contributed to the Annual Fund in 2010-2011 and many supported our capital efforts and Sixth Form Parents’ Fund as well. Westminster parents extend themselves

Maggie Pinney, P’01, ’11

for our community financially and with their

Director of Development

enthusiasm. They welcome new families into

We have carefully compiled this Annual Report in the hope of correctly listing all supporters, donors and friends. If there is an error, we apologize and ask that you please inform us.

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F I N A N C I A L S U M M A RY

Income and Expense Summary July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011

ENDOWMENT INCOME

TUITION AND FEES

14.8%

75.0%

UNRESTRICTED ANNUAL GIVING

9% OPERATING INCOME Tuition and Fees

$16,708,238

Endowment Income

$ 3,300,000

Unrestricted Annual Giving

$ 2,017,391

Other Income

$

Total Operating Income

$22,299,026

OTHER INCOME

1.2%

273,397

INSTRUCTIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE

27.5%

15.3%

OPERATING EXPENSE Instructional

$ 6,027,066

Administrative

$ 3,350,754

Institutional

$ 3,463,727

INSTITUTIONAL

Plant

$ 2,908,450

15.8%

Student Aid

$ 3,687,140

Auxiliary

$ 1,458,158

Major Plant Repair

$ 1,015,584

Total Operating Expense

$21,910,879

MAJOR PLANT REPAIR

4.6%

PLANT

AUXILIARY

13.3%

6.7% STUDENT AID

16.8%

Capital Gifts Steering Committee Douglas H. Allen Simsbury, Connecticut

George C. Kokulis, P’07, ’12 Simsbury, Connecticut

William V. N. Philip, P’06, ’09 Simsbury, Connecticut

John S. Armour ’76 Palos Verdes Estates, California

Thea H. Leach, P’11, ’13 Hartford, Connecticut

Marjorie E. Pinney, P’01,’11 Hartford, Connecticut

Susan Werner Berenson ’82 Bethesda, Maryland

T. Treadway Mink Jr. ’77, P’11 New Canaan, Connecticut

John Sherwin Jr. ’57, P’83, ’89 Waite Hill, Ohio

C. Andrew Brickman ’82 Hinsdale, Illinois

J. Pierce O’Neil ’76, P’10, ’12 New Canaan, Connecticut

Scott Stevens, P’07, ’09, ’12 Simsbury, Connecticut

Newell M. Grant ’99 Boston, Massachusetts

Shannon E. O’Shaughnessy West Simsbury, Connecticut

David S. Werner ’80, P’10, ’11 Simsbury, Connecticut

David E. Griffith ’72, P’06, ’10 New Hope, Pennsylvania

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To t a l G i v i n g t o W e s t m i n s t e r S c h o o l 2 0 1 0 – 2 0 1 1 May 1, 2010 – April 30, 2011 Source

Annual Donors

Alumni

Annual Giving Participation

Annual Giving

% of Total Annual Giving

Capital Giving

Totals

1,693

40%

$1,079,516

45%

$1,682,155

$2,761,671

Current Parents

207

69%

832,478

34%

399,688

1,232,166

Parents of Alumni

340

20%

284,975

12%

902,409

1,187,384

51

137,650

6%

512,043

649,693

114

69,073

3%

278,900

347,973

2,405

$2,403,692

100%

$3,775,195

$6,178,887

Grandparents All Others Recorded Totals:

Annual Fund Scale of Gifts May 1, 2010 – April 30, 2011 # of Donors

Range

Total

Average

% of Total

Cumulative Total

18

$25,000

$586,431

$32,579.52

24%

$ 586,431

42

$10,000 – $24,999

$554,405

$13,200.11

23%

$1,140,836

64

$5,000 – $9,999

$376,775

$5,887.11

16%

$1,517,611

112

$2,500 – $4,999

$317,409

$2,834.01

13%

$1,835,020

202

$1,000 – $2,499

$242,881

$1,202.38

10%

$2,077,901

251

$500 – $999

$134,413

$535.51

6%

$2,212,314

944

$100 – $499

$163,724

$173.44

7%

$2,376,038

772

Under $100

$ 27,654

$35.82

1%

$2,403,692

Summary of Cash Contributions

Alumni Top Ten Participation — Annual Fund

May 1, 2010 – April 30, 2011 Capital Funds

Total

General Endowment. . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,613,977 Faculty Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194,700

Class

Participation

Class Agent(s)

1932

100%

William S. Beinecke

1948

100%

E. Washburn Hawley Johnson Winship

Student Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 878,518 Program Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84,000

1949

100%

Mansfield A. Lyon

Unrestricted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,000 The Annual Fund

Willard A. S. Denham

1950

80%

C. Hiram Upson

Restricted Gifts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 375,566

1957

74%

Peter M. Palin

Total Cash Received. . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,178,887

1955

74%

E. Tremain Bradley Jr.

Total Alumni/Development Office expenditures in 2010-2011 which include salaries, alumni and parent programs, publications, telephone, travel and capital expenses amounted to 15.80 cents per dollar raised.

1966

70%

Jonathan D. Halsey

Unrestricted Gifts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,028,126

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Brian R. O’Donnell 1961

69%

Samuel M. Gawthrop Jr.

1964

65%

Douglas E. Unfried

1942

63%

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A l u m n i To p Te n Contributions — Annual Fund Dollars Class Raised

Class Agent(s)

1982 $99,487

Christopher S. Byrne William O. LaMotte IV Sarah B. Christel Rennie Wilson Randup Washburn

1976 $86,758

Overall Class Leaders* Class

Class Agent(s)

1957

Peter M. Palin

1961

Samuel M. Gawthrop Jr.

1986

Heather Frahm Cronin Paul D. Gitterman

M. Elizabeth McGrath Durkin

Alexander L. Gray

John W. Fowler Jr.

Wendy McConnel Sirchio Merrell L. Stout III

1986 $75,154

Heather Frahm Cronin

Jennifer Agnew Terry

Paul D. Gitterman Alexander L. Gray Wendy McConnel Sirchio Merrell L. Stout III

1955

E. Tremain Bradley Jr.

1982

Christopher S. Byrne William O. LaMotte IV

Jennifer Agnew Terry 1981 $54,586

Jeffrey A. Wright Woods A. Fairbanks Patricia Haskel Freund

1985 $34,370

1981

Natalie Kirschner Tallis Frank C. Winter

Michael T. Hanley Carl R. Nasto

1983 $37,445

Rennie Wilson Randup Washburn

Natalie Kirschner Tallis Frank C. Winter

1978 $54,528

Sarah B. Christel

1964

Douglas E. Unfried

1958

Barton T. Lewis

1985

Mark R. Bluestein

Lydia Kelley Nelson

Douglas H. Gilbert

Heidi Eysenbach Rayden

Stewart S. Walker

Mark R. Bluestein Douglas H. Gilbert

1976

M. Elizabeth McGrath Durkin John W. Fowler Jr.

Stewart S. Walker *combined dollars and participation 1961 $33,839

Samuel M. Gawthrop Jr.

1969 $31,156

Robert F. Bynum

1987 $26,976

Craig L. Buttner Edward F. Lambrecht III Jonathan T. Symonds Jeffrey E. Tindall

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REUNION GIVING 2011 Class of 1941

17%

Class of 1981

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . $100

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . $54,586 Capital Giving . . . . . . . . $502,615

Class of 1946

Reunion Committee: Abram Claude Jr., Winchester F. Hotchkiss

Reunion Committee: Dorothy Ford Cadieux, Alicia Grinold Hamblett, Andrew Mackenzie, John C. Niles, Nathalie Kirschner Tallis, Kimberly Wilkes Tirrell, Nancy G. Urner-Berry, Frank C. Winter

Class of 1951

Class of 1986

50%

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . $10,872 Capital Giving . . . . . . . . $163,116

39%

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . $2,220 Reunion Committee: E. Andrew Deeds II, William H. McClendon III

Class of 1956

32%

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . $2,400

Class of 1961 Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . $33,839 Planned Gifts. . . . . . . . . . $13,621 Additional Reunion Commitments . . . . . . . . . $78,629

70%

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . $12,480 Capital Giving . . . . . . . . . $35,000

Class of 1971

37%

Reunion Committee: Jeffrey D. Bush, Jason L. Clark, Mark H. de Kanter, Samuel L. Gaudet, Mark R. Frahm, Laura Guthrie Lear, Kelly Miller Lilly, Lucia Quartararo Mulder, Sara L. Whiteley

36%

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . $16,190

Reunion Chair: Jennifer Glassman Jacobs Reunion Committee; Joanna Berger Frantz, Brian T. Gerges, Katherine Caruso Hanrahan, Timothy J. Quinn, Bethany Tracey Rodrigues, Joseph L. Rodrigues, Hilary G. Sawyer, Katharine Stickney Sawyer

Class of 2001 42%

Reunion Committee: M. Elizabeth McGrath Durkin, J. Pierce O’Neil, Jane Hanna Repp, Frederick L. Worcester Jr.

Reunion Chair: Adelaidei Sisk Ness Reunion Committee: Mark A. Capeless Jr., Ashley P. Clark, Sean Fitzmichael Devlin, Quincy Francis, Matthew S. Innes, Lindsay A. Leal, Cole M.E. Pinney, F. Breed Randall, Hadiya Staine

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Reunion 60th 55th 50th 45th 40th 35th 30th 25th 20th 15th 10th 5th

Giving Record $79,492 $825,156 $2,514,728 $260,470 $5,304,890 $1,368,958 $1,295,925 $644,437 $135,575 $73,477 $55,585 $15,161

Held by the Class of 1949 1950 1955 1965 1969 1976 1978 1982 1987 1985 1999 1999

Reunion Participation

Reunion

Partici- Held by pation the Record Class of

60th

100%

55th

100%

50th 45th 40th 35th 30th 25th 20th 15th 10th 5th

100% 100% 77% 78% 72% 84% 79% 68% 69% 70%

51%

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . $4,287 Capital Giving . . . . . . . . . . $1,020

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . $86,758 Capital Giving. . . . . . . $1,282,200

Reunion Giving Records

33%

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . $4,085 Capital Giving. . . . . . . . . . . . $300

Reunion Committee: William T. Bartholomay, John C. Blakney, Abram Claude III, Archibald R. Montgomery IV

Class of 1976

Reunion Chairs: Lane A. Bodian, Katherine F. Philip Reunion Committee: Jason M. Adams, Brock C. Bosacker, Danielle E. Beaudoin, P. Kyle Brewer, Henry L. Dillon, Lauren E. Eder, Courtney M. Edwards, Andres Gomez, Alexander J. Lavoie, Frances N. McGrath, Brett H. Morell, Morgan C. Roach, Cameron S. Scott

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . $19,855 Capital Giving . . . . . . . . $103,333

Class of 1996

Reunion Chair: George D. Vaill Reunion Committee: John R. Cook Jr., Jackson F. Eno, Jonathan D. Halsey, John J. Knox Jr., Brian R. O’Donnell

62%

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . $3,030

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . $75,154 Capital Giving . . . . . . . . $306,385 Additional Reunion Commitments . . . . . . . . . $22,253

Class of 1991

Reunion Chair: Samuel M. Gawthrop Jr. Reunion Committee: Malcolm K. Douglas Jr., Alexander P. Federbush, W. Robert Friedman Jr., Richard M. Hoyt, J. Keith Keogh, Thomas H. Turton, Peter H. Wendell

Class of 1966

49%

Class of 2006

Reunion Chairs: Curtis F. Brockelman, Malcolm E. Miller Committee: Heather Frahm Cronin, Paul D. Gitterman, Alexander L. Gray, Kim Smith Guerster, John Mangel III, Bryan R. Martin, Robert T. Santry, Wendy McConnel Sirchio, Emily Forster Tappan

Reunion Chair: Charles E. Griffith Jr.

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45%

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1948, 1949 1943, 1948 1939 1943 1955 1955 1955 1964 1967 1972 1998 1982


VOLUNTEERS 2010–2011 Chairs

Alumni Association Executive Committee

John S. Armour ’76 Trustee Annual Fund Chairman Palos Verdes, California

Ms. Colette A. Arredondo ’97 New York, New York

Mr. Michael Jackson Jr. ’75 Southborough, Massachusetts

Mr. David S. Bailey ’69 Greenwich, Connecticut

Ms. Elizabeth S. Kelly ’00 Denver, Colorado

Mr. David H. Bartram ’74 Darien, Connecticut

Ms. Heather A. Lawless ’87 New York, New York

Mr. Charles M. Baxter III ’79 Orlando, Florida

Mr. Scott B. McCausland ’87 Burlington, Connecticut

Mr. Andrew A. Black ’93 Darien, Connecticut

Mr. James S. Peterson ’89 Hingham, Massachusetts

Mr. Philip J. Bowers IV ’84 New York, New York

Mr. John B. Ryan ’93 Rye, New York

Mrs. Katherine Drew Braiewa ’92 West Hartford, Connecticut

Mr. Robert T. Santry ’86 Waban, Massachusetts

Mr. Jonathan B. Clark ’82 New Canaan, Connecticut

Ms. Jacqueline M. Stahl ’02 New York, New York

Mr. Daniel B. Farrelly ’99 Windsor, Connecticut

Mr. Bradford G. Thomas ’85 Cohasset, Massachusetts

Mr. Mark R. Frahm ’91 San Diego, California

Ms. Rebecca C. Thornton ’95 Bronxville, New York

Mr. Roland Gray III ’62 Cambridge, Massachusetts

Mr. George D. Vaill ’66 Winchester, Massachusetts

Mr. John S. Hamblett ’80 Wayne, Pennsylvania

Mr. David S. Werner ’80 Simsbury, Connecticut

Mr. Brandt D. Hastings ’98 New York, New York

Mr. Frederick L. Worcester Jr. ’76 Lyme, Connecticut

Scott B. McCausland ’87 Alumni Association President Burlington, Connecticut John B. Ryan ’93 Alumni Association Vice-President Rye, New York Mr. David H. Hovey ’78 and Mrs. Leigh A. Hovey Parents Committee Co-Chairs Simsbury, CT

Reception Hosts Mr. Timothy D. Armour ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Scott P. Biedron Ms. Jenny J. Chen ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Cheng Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Conlon Mr. and Mrs. Christian Coquoz Mr. and Mrs. Thomas di Galoma Mrs. Deirdre Duffy Donohue ’78 Mr. and Mrs. B. Grady Durham Mr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Healy Mr. and Mrs. David H. Hovey Jr. ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huth Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Kelter Dr. Theodore W. Kurtz and Ms. Rose T. Lavandero Mrs. Jane Kessler Lennox ’88 Mr. Scott B. McCausland ’87 and Mrs. Kristen McCausland Mr. Malcolm E. Miller ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Moran Mr. and Mrs. J. Pierce O’Neil ’76 Mr. and Mrs. James T. Pate Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Poling Mr. Douglas B. Prezzano ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Radovich Mr. and Mrs. Eric Reimer Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Santry ’80 Mr. Stephen P. Smith ’72 Mr. Robert D. Thorson Jr. ’84 Mr. C. Hiram Upson ’50 Mr. Peter S. Upson ’86 Mr. and Mrs. John T. von Stade Jr. ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey F. Welles

Mr. Richard S. Hoyt ’72 Wilton, Connecticut

Parents Committee Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Beldock Mr. and Mrs. Scott P. Biedron Mr. and Mrs. John C. Brady Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Brainerd Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Cahill Dr. and Mrs. Duncan Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Cheng Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Cholnoky Mr. and Mrs. Glenn DeSimone Mr. Richard W. Dunn and Mrs. Christa Carey Dunn Mr. and Mrs. John Egan Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. FitzPatrick Mrs. Patricia Daly Frank ’77 and Mr. Michael E. Frank Mr. Timothy French ’80 and Mrs. Liane C. French Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Geitz Mr. and Mrs. James Gorham Mr. and Mrs. James Green Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hallisey Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Hanau Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hark Mr. and Mrs. William R. Harris Jr. WESTMINSTER SCHOOL

Mr. and Mrs. David H. Hovey Jr. ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huth Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Kugler Dr. Theodore W. Kurtz and Ms. Rose T. Lavandero Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Lafaire Mr. Seonyong Lee and Ms. Eun Joo Oh Mr. and Mrs. John D. Liberator Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. McGovern Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Mercede Mr. T. Treadway Mink Jr. ’77 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Morris Mr. Jonathan O’Herron Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Ogden Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Poling Dr. and Mrs. John Polio Mr. and Mrs. Harry Radovich Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schmidt Mrs. Elizabeth Grant Schroeder ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smolens Mr. and Mrs. Gregory F. Ugalde Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Virtue Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Wasser Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey F. Welles Mr. Jon Yenor and Mrs. Caroline Brecker

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BOARD

OF

TRUSTEES 2010–2011

John S. Armour ’76 Chairman of the Board Palos Verdes Estates, Calif. Susan Werner Berenson ’82 Bethesda, Md. C. Andrew Brickman ’82 Hinsdale, Ill. Daniel Burke III ’87 Winchester, Mass. Trinette T. Cheng P’08, ’11, ’13 Kowloon, Hong Kong Abram Claude Jr. ’46, P’71, ’80, ’84, GP’02 Emeritus North Salem, N.Y.

J. Pierce O’Neil ’76, P’10, ’12 New Canaan, Conn.

David H. Hovey Jr. ’78, P’09, ’11, ’14 Ex officio Simsbury, Conn.

William V. N. Philip P’06, ’09 Headmaster Ex officio Simsbury, Conn.

Leigh A. Hovey P’09, ’11, ’14 Ex officio Simsbury, Conn.

C. Bradford Raymond ’85 New York, N.Y.

Bernhard L. Kohn III ’92 Los Angeles, Calif.

Allan A. Ryan IV ’78, P’06, ’07, ’12 Palm Beach, Fla.

George C. Kokulis P’07, ’12 Simsbury, Conn.

Christopher K. Seglem P’06, ’09 Colorado Springs, Colo.

Seonyong Lee P’08, ’09, ’13 Seoul, Korea

John Sherwin Jr. ’57, P’83, ’89 Emeritus Waite Hill, Ohio

Peter B. Leibinger ’86 Schwieberdingen, Germany

John A. Cosentino Jr. P’00 Simsbury, Conn. John H. Davis P’05 Longmeadow, Mass. Lori P. Durham P’13 Denver, Colo. William C. Egan III ’64, P’92, ’95, ’00, ’02 Emeritus Skillman, N.J. Colin S. Flinn ’82 Sanibel, Fla. Anthony J. Francoline P’96 Salisbury, Conn. Joseph L. Gitterman III ’55, P’86, ’90 Emeritus Washington Depot, Conn.

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David E. Griffith ’72, P’06, ’10 New Hope, Pa.

N. Louis Shipley ’81 Andover, Mass.

Scott B. McCausland ’87, P’14 Ex officio Burlington, Conn.

C. Evan Stewart ’70, P’11 New York, N.Y.

Charles B. Milliken P’77 Emeritus Bloomfield, Conn.

Samuel Thorne ’46, P’74, ’76 Emeritus Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass.

T. Treadway Mink Jr. ’77, P’11 New Canaan, Conn.

Gregory F. Ugalde P’05, ’07, ’10, ’12 Burlington, Conn.

Anne K. Moran P’06, ’09, ’12 Unionville, Pa.

Danielle Shaw Virtue P’11 Rye, N.Y.

John C. Niles ’81, P’14 Marblehead, Mass.

Sara L. Whiteley ’91 West Chatham, Mass.

Brien M. O’Brien P’09 Chicago, Ill.

D. Scott Wise P’11 New York, N.Y.

Moyahoena N. Ogilvie ’86 West Hartford, Conn.

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The annual report of Westminster School, Simsbury, Connecticut

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