Celebrating Two Great Years of Campaign Success
SCHREINER UNIVERSITY :: 2014
Table of Contents 5 Campaign Goals
Celebrating Early Progress
14 Faculty Insights
Yep, the gym is going up!
New Faces, New Talent Building a Premier Place of Learning
Enjoying Purposeful Living
Jarrett Aldrich, Master Teacher
In a Changing Global Society
Honor Roll of Donors
Pardon Our Dust
Cover Story: Faculty Insights see pages 14-15.
Karen Davis Kilgore director of development and planned giving specialist
:: Art Direction and Design
Stephanie Lopez Keller
assistant art director of creative services Schreiner University does not discriminate in admissions, educational programs, extra-curricular programs or employment against any individual on the basis of that individualâ€™s race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, veteran status or ethnic origin. Inquires/ complaints should be forwarded to the Director of Human Resources, at 830-792-7375.
A Message from the President
Dear Friends, Even as we move confidently into the new academic year, we do so with keen appreciation for all of you who are part of our momentum, those of you whose support for Schreiner fuels so much of our progress into the future. Your scholarships,
The good that is accomplished with your assistance
capital gifts and annual fund contributions make you valued partners in the excellent learning enterprise that is Schreiner University.
educational practices we introduce and the learning
As you read this year’s record of contributions and progress, you will notice that Momentum offers a new twist. Without fanfare or public notice, our board of trustees and administration launched a comprehensive campaign in June 2012. We are delighted to report significant “momentum” in accomplishing this five-year, $50-million effort. At press time, we are nearing $24 million in outright and planned gifts for all purposes. We invite you to read about our “Fulfilling the Promise” campaign and—if it is appropriate for your family—to consider helping with these worthy projects, as well.
is partially visible in the facilities, laboratories, campus pathways and gathering places. But much of what annual and campaign giving accomplishes is not always apparent to the eye—the faculty and staff we are able to attract, the high-impact community that results from our common values. As the parent of an incoming freshman commented to me recently, “You all are to be commended for doing a beautiful job of making us feel welcome and helping us appreciate what your educational values are all about.” Don’t doubt it—you are partners in creating that distinctive quality and the premier place of learning that results.
All the best,
Tim Summerlin, President
are ambitious and far-reaching. :: Schreiner University’s facilities, services and campus ambience will reflect our commitment to “Learning by Heart.” :: Schreiner’s reputation as a premier place of learning will be widely known through the strengths of our faculty and the achievements of our graduates. :: Schreiner will begin its second century from a position of ever-growing financial strength.
First Capital Priority Nearing Completion :: A thletic and Event Center ref lects commitment to new conference and adds much-needed space for campus and community
fter years of hoping and dreaming, SU’s athletic and event center has become a construction reality, thanks to generous support for the $11.1 million project.
Gratitude permeated the campus last December when the final gifts arrived to complete funding. President Tim Summerlin joyfully notified the J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation of Tulsa that its $1 million challenge grant had inspired the remaining gifts and pledges needed before Huser Construction of Kerrville could break ground. Less than a month later, building activity began at a feverish pace. Gifts from 52 families and organizations put the campaign
over the top. These included staff members’ payroll deductions, lead gifts from Schreiner’s board of trustees, and generous participation by the City of Kerrville, charitable foundations, alumni and Hill Country neighbors. Scheduled to open in December, the 35,000 square foot facility — adjacent to Mountaineer Fitness Center—will make a substantial impact for student athletes, campus life and Hill Country organizations that will also be able to use the center, when available. Equally important, the modern gym meets the expectations of SU’s new conference, the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference
(SCAC). Shortly after inviting Schreiner to join in 2012, officials notified SU that no tournament play would take place on campus until a new facility was ready. This fall, observers will see completed roof and masonry, an installed elevator and windows and doors in progress. According to Huser Construction superintendent Rick Spence, fall activities will include installation of items safely kept off the jobsite until the near-end. By semester close, exciting additions will be visible: basketball goals, bleachers and wooden floors. Schreiner thanks every person and organization that helped turn this decade-long dream into a glistening new building.
I remember being promised a new gym when I arrived at Schreiner my freshman year. My anticipation grew throughout the years, and I learned to appreciate how packed the stands get in Edington gym. Finally being able to play in this new, wonderful building is exciting and will mean so much—not only to my teammates and me, but also to the university as a whole. It is the perfect way to end a great career. All there is left to do is leave our mark with a championship banner! All of us know that this project is happening because a lot of generous people care about Schreiner and care about us.”
— Charlie Nunez ’15 An English major and scholar-athlete from El Paso, Nunez plans to attend law school next year.
A Schreiner Renaissance: :: C ampaign will upgrade facilities for music and theatre arts by repurposing Rex Kelly Pavilion
he arts are central to our academic mission, providing a timeless, universal language that helps us make sense of our lives and the world around us. They illuminate
the human spirit not only to delight and entertain, but to enlighten, engage and inspire. Indeed, when Schreiner adopted seven student learning outcomes in 2013, “aesthetic appreciation” was one of these. Innovative plans for repurposing the Rex Kelly Pavilion and refurbishing Hanszen Fine Arts Theatre will demonstrate Schreiner’s belief that experience in the arts is an important part of a coherent intellectual experience for everyone. The envisioned arts zone on the north side of campus will include landscaped walkways, plazas and outdoor demonstration / exhibit/ performance spaces for the larger community to enjoy, as well. With 11,000 square feet, the Music Education Hall will provide an orchestral-sized practice space appropriate for the Symphony of the Hills (which began at SU) to use for rehearsals. Also, an ensemble studio, individual practice rooms,
classrooms, recording studio, music library, climatecontrolled spaces and faculty offices will unify the rapidly-growing music program in one location. Currently, music faculty are scattered among several facilities across campus, classes take place in awkward settings, and space permits only three sound-proof practice rooms. Musical groups now number three vocal ensembles, a concert band, a string ensemble and a chamber group, comprised of majors and non-majors alike. Renovations for theatre arts will upgrade plumbing and electrical systems, replace black box theatre seating, improve storage and expand instructional technology capabilities. This building, now called the Alice Hanszen Fine Arts Center, bespeaks of Schreiner’s evolution; it began as an armory in the days of Schreiner Institute! This project supports the renaissance of the arts at Schreiner in a highly tangible way. As with all building projects, SU policy requires that 100% of the construction, contingency and endowment costs must be pledged before construction can begin.
A landscaped plaza will connect the Hanszen Fine Arts Building and the Music Education Hall, creating an outdoor performing arts zone just awaiting creative uses.
Music Education Hall and Renovation of Hanszen
Music Education Hall Site Work Fixed Equipment Furniture and moveable equipment Hanszen Renovation
$2,188,186 $51,426 $155,000 $50,000
(Includes fixed equipment) $100,000 Landscaping $100,000 Professional Fees $143,155 Contingency $93,914 Maintenance Endowment $437,637 Total Project Cost $3,319,318 Funds in-hand $1,174,050 Amount yet-to-raise $2,145,268
Campus Ministry and Worship Center Will Reflect Schreiner’s Values
chreiner is proud of Presbyterian heritage, as well as its vibrant, ecumenical campus ministry program. After years of study and
discussion, we have concluded that Schreiner does not need a 600-seat “chapel.” Instead, we need more intimate spaces for daily activity—study and prayer groups, informal worship, counseling, fellowship and reflection. Architects have just completed drawings that transform the existing Dietert Chapel/Auditorium (built in the ’60s) into flexible spaces for much smaller groups. From fellowship and office spaces to a 100-seat recital hall and a 208-seat chapel, the “new” complex will likely be one of the most popular spaces on campus. The Campus Ministry and Worship Center will also offer places for peer counseling and community service initiatives, as well as settings for discovery of vocation. In addition, a quiet meditation area outside—a garden or labyrinth, perhaps—will provide a handsome setting for solitude and reflection.
Repurposing for Lively Use: Campus Ministry & Worship Center
Fellowshi & CHAPEL
Building Renovation $2,345,701 FFE $72,581 Sound System $55,000 Exterior Signage $5,000 Soft Costs $170,900 Contingency $281,440 Professional Fees $64,128 Building Maintenance Endowment $469,140
Campus Ministry space will grow sixfold through renovation of Dietert Auditorium. Estimated Cost
Total Project Cost
Mission Statement Anchors Priorities Schreiner University, a liberal arts institution affiliated by choice and covenant with the Presbyterian Church (USA), is committed to educating students holistically. Primarily undergraduate, the university offers a personalized, integrated education that prepares its students for meaningful work and purposeful lives in a changing global society.
Reast Serves as Coordinator of Meaningful Work David Reast and his family fell in love with the Hill County many years ago when their daughter attended Texas Lions Camp. First Rosalie and David’s son, Adam, moved to Kerrville, promptly followed by his parents. The couple’s daughter, Rachel, is a Schreiner senior majoring in psychology. Before coming to Schreiner, Reast taught, coached and mentored in the Texas public schools for 25 years and served UT Pan American as an administrator in the college of education. “My first goal at SU is to implement a new work-study initiative call Schreiner GROW.” Reast explains. “That acronym stands for Guided Reflection On Work. Our student services/campus ministry team will help students identify their talents and strengths and then see how they might use this knowledge for greater self-understanding as they begin to shape vocational plans.”
If you would like to help Reast as a volunteer or potential employer, contact him at 830-792-7451 or through email at Dreast@schreiner.edu
Avenmarg leads new initiative for Purposeful Lives and Volunteer Services Immediately attracted to the campus and the Hill Country, Noelle Avenmarg recently completed her master’s degree in Student Affairs at Mississippi State University and has started her career as Coordinator of Purposeful Lives and Volunteer Services. “I have several goals for developing the culture of service and community engagement at Schreiner,” she says. “The first, however, is to listen to what faculty, staff and students are already doing, what they aspire to achieve, how I can help them to move forward.”
Representatives from area non-profit agencies gathered at Schreiner in June to welcome Avenmarg to the community. Afterward, Campus Minister Gini Norris-Lane and her new colleague from Mississippi discuss the well-attended event.
Avenmarg will engage community non-profit organizations to help unlock the potential of Schreiner’s students to serve the world and become valuable and proactive citizens after graduation.
Are you part of an organization that would like to engage college students? Contact Noelle at 830-895-7106 or write her at NAvenmarg@schreiner.edu
Campaign Goal :: Schreiner Universityâ€™s reputation as a premier place of learning will be widely known through the strengths of our faculty and the achievements of our graduates.
Creating a Premier Place of Learning Starts with Great Teaching
hen one hears a Schreiner faculty member describing goals and dreams, the word “we” is noticeably present. Whether
these academics have worked a year or a decade at SU, they have a joyful sense of building a premier place of learning. Together, they are creating a fine harmony among the three schools: sciences and mathematics, liberal arts, and professional studies. Kiley Miller, Mary Grace Antony and Clay McClure are quick to point out that an atmosphere of opportunity and innovation permeates campus. Miller came to Schreiner as a soccer-playing freshman, graduating in 2000. Knowing that he wanted to teach college chemistry, hopefully at his alma mater, Miller immediately pursued more schooling and work experience. He returned to teach in 2006 after earning his
PhD at MIT and working for a Fortune 500 company as a research chemist. “I really like the opportunity to show students that you can come from humble beginnings and still achieve lofty goals,” he explains. “I try to help students tap into their life experiences to shape their educational decisions. We do a lot of talking to arrive at a plan where each of them can choose a career path that makes the world a better place.” Mary Grace Antony visited campus three years ago to consider a teaching post in communication studies. Immediately she perceived that— unlike many large schools—SU fostered genuine interest and mutual appreciation between teachers and students. “I have really enjoyed getting to
know my students,” she reflects. “It gives me a deep sense of professional fulfillment to watch them evolve from tentative freshmen to competent graduates—ones who see themselves as social agents and not just passive consumers.” Joining the academic team just last year, Clay McClure grew up in a small town and appreciated the virtues of small communities. He hopes those outside the walls see Schreiner the same way he does, as “an institution that embraces excellence, integrity and innovation and expects the same from its graduates.” “I view teaching as mentoring,” says McClure, who teaches graphic design. “I set an example by actively creating exhibit sculptures and works on paper to model how we as designers must practice continuous creativity.”
“We try to create opportunities for students to explore real-world applications in undergraduate research, field work and internships. These activities beyond the classroom help our students understand that they are already building their lives and their futures. We help them envision meaningful work that will enrich and sustain them and their families.”
Kiley Miller, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Chemistry
“As someone who grew up abroad and has traveled widely, I create assignments that push students to contemplate larger global trends and issues. I am delighted as my students begin to grapple with the awareness that they are globally connected in an increasingly cosmopolitan society.”
Mary Grace Antony, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Communication Studies
“My peers have integrity, passion for their disciplines and respect for their colleagues. We are a team working toward a common goal of excellence and innovation.”
Assistant Professor, Graphic Design “Gifts from our friends for specific programs help us recruit great faculty. This year, for example, we were able to tell prospective faculty about the RGK Foundation’s Ethics Match, the Labatt, Syers and Patton Endowed Lecture Series, and the Loftis Family Science Center and Observatory. In addition, we have Margaret Hosler and Elmore Whitehurst endowed awards to support teaching excellence. Not every small college has such wonderful offerings, and all of us know this!”
Charlie McCormick, Ph.D.
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
“They’ll always be my boys,” quips Aldrich as two of his seniors ready for graduation. Pictured left is Zachary Williams and (in Aldrich’s arms) Holden Black. Both are now college students.
Jarrett Aldrich, Master Teacher :: Alumnus Follows His Heart By Helping Others Dream Big
Living Purposefully Beyond the Classroom, too For the past four years, Aldrich has spent part of his summers around the globe as a reserve naval officer and was recently promoted to lieutenant. Here he is aboard Navy Patrol Craft USS Tornado as his crew welcomed the USS New York into the harbor. “The USS New York has a special place in our hearts since she was constructed using the iron from the World Trade Center remains,” explained Aldrich.
Mr. Aldrich was more than just a teacher. He inspired us to think outside of the box. Since this class was a dual-credit course, we were treated like actual college students and not just high school kids. He was intelligent and passionate and went above and beyond in all his lessons. One of the best teachers at East Central!”
— Former student Zachary Williams
ometimes, it takes dark moments to incite the brightest change, and Schreiner University provided the setting for one thankful alumnus who remembers exactly how his transformation happened. After his young sister
suddenly died, Jarrett Aldridge vowed to change his “driftless” ways and become a person who could bring pride to his family, hopefully partially filling the void his sister’s death had caused. The 2004 graduate speaks softly. “It was time to end years of adolescent bravado channeled into carefree nothingness.” Within three days, Aldrich had a bold new plan. He sold everything he owned and then did something the young man had not done in a long time; he prayed. He also began Internet searches for a college that might encourage his starting over. He hoped his prayers would lead him to a Christian atmosphere in a setting that could empower a powerful new beginning. He laughs as he recalls the time of searching. “The results were astonishing. Every Internet search, no matter which keywords I entered, came back with the same thing: this funnysounding word—‘Schreiner’—in a city just an hour away from my family. I had a lackluster and irresponsible academic past that indicated I should not even attempt admission, but I absolutely knew I was supposed to enroll at Schreiner University.” A poor academic transcript in hand, Jarrett drove 300 miles
to approach registrar Darlene Bannister, who was polite, but unimpressed. Nevertheless, the admissions committee must have seen something hopeful, for he was accepted on probation. Dr. Loren Scribner, the campus minister, became Aldrich’s academic advisor and invited him into his office. “We talked about life, love, parents, decisions, heartache, excuses, successes and failures,” Aldrich remembers. “He never interrogated my lack of direction and mediocre grades. On behalf of this college with a weird name, Dr. Scribner welcomed me.” However, it was difficult for an old dog to learn new tricks. On his very first day, Aldrich overslept an 8:00 a.m. class with none other than Dr. Scribner! About 8:15 a.m., the phone rang. Professor Scribner was on the other end, asking his new student’s whereabouts. “The rest of us are waiting on you, Mr. Aldrich,” calmly announced Scribner. “And we will not begin until you arrive.” Within 10 minutes, Aldrich was in class and never missed one again. Quickly he learned that no one was going to give him an A in response to charisma. Dr. Scribner and his colleagues (especially Darlene Bannister, Judith Ferguson, James Harris and David Byrne) pushed him hard…sometimes uncomfortably hard…and challenged him toward larger goals. Whether in the classroom or the library or the Schreiner Diner,
everyone played a part, recalls Aldrich. The librarians, professors, custodians, cooks and staff people in every office became his family following his sister’s death. He worked hard, holding down a demanding job at a nearby children’s camp and completing his coursework in two years. “I was so excited to graduate that I wore my cap and gown to all my final exams for two days!” The grand finale had arrived, with his Schreiner chorus of encouragers urging him to start on a new round of accomplishments. Within a year, he had finished flight school and in the following year, he earned a master’s degree and dedicated his first book to Dr. Scribner. Aldrich knew what he must do next. Now Aldrich uses his somewhat zany personality teaching English in San Antonio’s East Central ISD. He combines his love for young people with his delight in literature and mixes up recipes for fun. One class assignment, for instance, asked his students to portray the characters in Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” in rap language. His students were hooked! Aldrich never spends a day wondering if he has chosen the right profession. “I am honored whenever a student comes to me for help or inspiration. It is an unspeakable gift to nudge young people in the right direction and accept them for who they are. When I am wondering how to do this, I just treat each of them the way Schreiner’s entire community treated me. That’s it!”
Preparing students for a changing global society requires open minds, study, travel, experience, reflection
his fall the Global Scholars Living and Learning Community welcomes freshmen students (pictured above) who want to broaden their worldviews while living as a close-knit community in the newly renovated Delaney Hall. Students will
We live in an increasingly globalized world. Schreiner students need to be equipped to communicate across cultures and prepared to compete in an international job market.” — Seabrook Jones Program Director
From Canada and Norway to the heart of Texas Dr. Sonja Lind directs SU’s new program in A Changing Global Society. As a dual citizen of Canada and Norway, Lind has lived and traveled in nearly 50 countries and describes herself as passionate about the opportunity to teach and mentor international students who will come to SU and to inspire our students to study abroad. New to the southwest, the adventurous educator has started learning Spanish.
take one course each semester with an international focus, visit international and cultural events throughout the region, and— undoubtedly—engage in countless discussions about world affairs. After their first year, these students will begin their quests to become global scholars by attending the Korean Studies Summer Program for three weeks at Hannam University in Daejeon, South Korea. Hannam has broad academic offerings,
including seven graduate schools, 58 departments, 32 research institutes and 190 overseas sister institutions in 41 countries. When our students return, they will be eligible to enter Schreiner’s prestigious honors program and share their international perspectives with others. “This program aims to help students achieve these goals by giving them the best of both worlds: the chance to have a small-group experience within our campus and the opportunity to expand their horizons through a study abroad experience in South Korea,” adds Jones.
Want to know more? Read more at www.hannam.ac.kr/eng/
Pan American-Schreiner Agreement (PASA) extends opportunities
successful international tradition began in 2002 when Schreiner and Presbyterian Pan American School (PPAS) in Kingsville, TX, entered into an agreement to provide new opportunities for outstanding high school graduates.
SU funds half of a full scholarship for three PPAS graduates, while churches and friends around the state contribute matching funds. This joint venture has enabled the campus community to enjoy bright young people from other countries, primarily Mexico. PASA students have made many lasting friends in Kerrville and often have continued their educations in distinguished graduate schools as far away as Canada and Spain. From South Korea, Hyunchuk Choi, known as “Choi”, was an unanimous choice as this year’s new PASA student. Not only does he excel in the classroom, Choi also plays baseball and is an accomplished pianist. His father is a Presbyterian pastor in South Korea.
Welcoming a New Mountaineer Schreiner trustee David Evans celebrated high school graduation in Kingsville with Choi last May. David and Linda Evans support the PASA program every year and keep up with PASA graduates as they earn advanced degrees, marry, begin careers and have children. Dr. Frank Zamora (left) is a medical director with International Service Learning. Here he helps orient Schreiner’s nursing students at University of Havana.
Learning by Serving Others
wo connections through International Service Learning (ISL) are adding more latitudes and longitudes to Schreiner’s global classrooms. Based in
Corpus Christi, TX, ISL enlists medical and educational teams to volunteer in under-served populations in Central and South America, Mexico, the Caribbean and Africa. Students from more than 100 universities participate. “We reached out and lent a helping hand,” says BSN director Dr. Lena Rippstein, describing a summer work trip she and her students took to Cuba. “By
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Campaign Goal Schreiner will begin its second century from a position of ever-growing financial strength.
e are grateful that Schreiner’s endowment has more than tripled since 1997 and now surpasses $63 million. At the same time, the size of one’s endowment is more than a safeguard
against turbulent economic times; it is one of the most visible and lasting markers of a strong university. Endowments are managed to preserve the principal and grow over time, which provides predictable and steady support and enables the administration to plan realistically for the future.
We welcome outright and planned gifts designated for the endowment. With these, SU will increase its ability to: • Attract, retain and equip excellent teachers through academic endowments; • I ncrease student access and success through endowed scholarships, grants, campus employment, undergraduate research opportunities and exchange programs; • Maintain and improve campus grounds and facilities that undergird curricular and co-curricular learning; • Enhance our library collection and sustain innovative technology that enables campus citizens to communicate efficiently with each other and effectively with networks across the globe; • Respond to new opportunities as our fast-paced world presents them.
It is a pleasure for the Board of Trustees to watch Schreiner’s growth in fiscal strength with every passing year. These good results come from a combination of generous gifts, market growth, sound fiscal management and a commitment to the future. The best is yet to be!”
— Bill Harrison Chairman, Finance Committee
SCAC Endowment Comparisons SCAC: Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Schools
(including city and date established)
Trinity University, San Antonio (1864) Colorado College, Colorado Springs (1874) Southwestern University (1840) Austin College (1849) Centenary College* Shreveport (1825) Texas Lutheran University (1891) Schreiner University (1923) University of Dallas* (1956)
2525 2026 1394 1260 776 1318 1126 2576
Endowment Equivalent per Student
$1,005,691,000 $398,293 $593,488,000 $292,936 $252,950,000 $181,456 $124,800,000 $99,048 $89,500,000 $115,335 $82,734,000 $62,772 $57,269,000 $50,861 $45,633,744 $17,715
Endowment earnings per student (assuming a 5% spend rate)
$19,915 $14,647 $9,073 $4,952 $5,767 $3,139 $2,543 $886
SU ranks 7th of 8 in total endowment and endowment per student. SU is the next-to-the-smallest school. SU and Univ. of Dallas are the only schools established in the 20th century. Data derived for fiscal year 2013 from NACUBO (National Association of College and University Business Officers) except where asterisked. *Asterisks indicate 2012 figures taken from internet web pages.
2013-2014 Selected Financial Statistics REVENUES 2014
Assets Cash and Cash Equivalent Accounts and Pledges Receivable Other Assets Investments Land, Building and Equipment Total Assets
$6,705,075 $3,823,564 $2,672,556 $60,474,360 $59,554,630 $133,230,185
Liabilities Accounts Payable Deposits and Deferred Revenue Notes Payable Total Liabilities
$2,115,014 $2,674,959 $16,523,827 $21,313,800
Net Assets Unrestricted Temporarily Restricted Permanently Restricted Total Net Assets
$54,207,294 $19,710,521 $37,998,570 $111,916,385
Total Liabilities and Net Assets
The above numbers are unaudited. Fiscal year concludes May 31.
Net tuition and fees 54%
Gifts and grants 9%
EXPENSES 2014 Institutional support 25%
Academic support 7%
Student services 18%
2014-2015 Board of Trustees Officers of the Board:
Vice Chair: Ms. Jane Ragsdale
Chair: Mr. Mike Pate Term Expiring 2015 Mr. John Brantley (1) Mr. Rick Cree (1) Mr. Page Foshee (1) Dr. Demmie Mayfield (2) Mr. Michael Pate (2) Ms. Nancy Paup (2) Ms. Jane Ragsdale (3) Mr. Karl Ransleben (1) Dr. William Reid (3) Mr. Robert Scott (3) Mr. Max Sherman (2) Mr. Ron Tefteller (1)
Term Expiring 2017 Houston, TX Dallas, TX Austin, TX San Antonio, TX Alexandria, VA Fort Worth, TX Hunt, TX Fredericksburg, TX Horseshoe Bay, TX Falfurrias, TX Austin, TX San Antonio, TX
Term Expiring 2016 Rev. Dr. Stuart Baskin (3) Mr. Bud Benning (1) Dr. Carlos Campos (1) Mr. Phillip Hering (3) Mr. Frank Maresh (2) Mr. Granger MacDonald (1) Mr. Dan Ostos (1) Mr. Nicholas Serafy (2) Mr. Brian Sullivan (2)
Secretary: Mr. Ron Tefteller
Ms. Nancy Anguish (2) Ms. Estela Avery (1) Mr. Tom Baldwin (2) Mr. Mark Clements (2) Mr. Warren Ferguson (1) Mr. Bill Harrison (3) Ms. Janet McKinney (2) Ms. Lea Nye (2) Mr. Robert Parker (2) Mr. Israel Pena (3) Rev. Dean Pogue (2)
Midland, TX Fredericksburg, TX San Antonio, TX Spicewood, TX Kerrville, TX San Antonio, TX Kerrville, TX San Antonio, TX Houston, TX Boerne, TX Katy, TX
(1), (2), or (3) indicates which three-year term is being served.
Advisory Trustees Tyler, TX El Paso, TX New Braunfels, TX Waco, TX Hunt, TX Kerrville, TX Kerrville, TX Brownsville, TX Austin, TX
Mr. J. B. (Bubba) Coskey* (2016) Ms. Sue Cummings (2015) Rev. Dr. David Evans (2015) Mr. Steve Daniels (2015) Mr. Bill Wilson* (2016) Mr. Walter Workman (2016)
Houston, TX Kerrville, TX Austin, TX Kerrville, TX Kerrville, TX Kerrville, TX
Trustees Emeriti Mr. James Avery Mr. Peter Baldwin
Kerrville, TX Dallas, TX
* denotes inactive status
Campaign Steering Committee Chair: Richard Cree Honorary Chair: Royce Faulkner Susan & Randy Brooks Janet & Kent McKinney Viveca & Nick Serafy Laura & Weir Labatt III Anne & Rick Cree Rebecca & Bill Harrison
San Angelo Kerrville Brownsville San Antonio Dallas San Antonio
Jerry & Mark Clements Nancy Paup Nancy Anguish Barbara & Mike Pate Judy & Warren Ferguson Sandy & Jim Alsup
Spicewood Ft. Worth Midland Arlington, VA Kerrville Midland
Liaisons to the Steering Committee Dr. Tim Summerlin President 830-792-7345
Mr. Mark Tuschak VP for University Advancement 830-792-7215
Ms. Karen Davis Kilgore Director of Development 830-792-7205
Dr. Tim Summerlin
Dr. Candice Scott
Associate VP for Academic Affairs and Student Success; Logan Library Director
University Officers Mr. Larry Cantu VP for Enrollment Services
Dr. Charlie McCormick
Ms. Lane Tait Assistant VP for Marketing
Provost and VP for Academic Affairs
Mr. Mark Tuschak, VP for Advancement
Mr. Bill Muse
Ms. Karen Davis Kilgore
VP for Administration and Finance
Director of Development
Dr. Diana Comuzzie Trull School of Sciences & Mathematics
Dr. David Smith Cailloux School of Professional Studies
Dr. William Woods School of Liberal Arts
hanks to our donors, Schreiner enjoyed another banner year in fund-raising in the 2013-14 fiscal year. Schreiner’s friends pledged $7,737,400 in outright and planned gifts. These new commitments bring the “Fulfilling the Promise” campaign to $23,355,182 since its launch on June 1, 2012.
The largest piece of the fund-raising pie, $4.3 million went to complete funding for the Athletic & Event Center. This was an especially joyous milestone because SU policy requires 100% of the project’s construction, contingency and endowment costs to be pledged before ground can be broken for a new building.
Gifts for operations—predominantly to support student financial aid—totaled $1,412,981. Largest contributor to this good result was the Hill Country College Fund (HCCF), providing tuition grants for students in Kerr and contiguous counties. With dozens of enthusiastic volunteers assisting, the HCCF inspired $609,316 for current Hill Country Tuition Grants and $130,721 for the fund’s endowment.
Schreiner booked 2,170 gifts for all purposes. These came from former students, parents and former parents, volunteers, faculty and staff, trustees, charitable foundations, Presbyterians and friends. More than half came from the Hill Country. We thank every person and organization for an exciting year!
Honor Roll of Donors A-1 Transmissions A3 Studio Wynell Aaberg AACU Association of American Colleges & Universities ABBA Foundation Brenda & James Abbatiello Ann & Ray Abbott Julie Abernathy Acapulco Restaurant Carol & John Aceti Midori Acker Ackman Pharmacy Inc. Buff Adams Carol & Baxter Adams Ione & James Adams Sherry & Jim Adams Molly & Jerry Adams Debby Addison Coral Adema Sandra & Brian Adkins Aetna Foundation Inc. Affordable Printing Kenton Ahrens Tim Ajax Alamo Toyota Erin Albrecht Ashley & David Aldridge Kay Alexander† Traudl Alger Marie Algiere All Creatures Animal Clinic Darleen Allan Dalis Allen Frances & Bill Allen Roland Allerkamp
Marsena & Robert Alley Carolyn & Speedy Allison Mimi & Robert Allison Sandy & Jim Alsup Janie Altgelt Albert Alvarado Guadalupe & Alfredo Alvarado Anabel Alvarado Clarice Amann Caleb Ambrose Shannon Ament Robin & Bill Amerine Denise & Gordon Ames AMG Charitable Gift Foundation Andrea Anderson Margaret & Dick Anderson Laverne & Jay Anderson Sandra & Kurt Anderson Philip Anderson Leta & Glenn Andrew Cheryl & Frank† Andrews Tracy Andrews & Mike Grant Lynnette & Stephen Anfinson Donna & Oscar Antopia APEX Real Estate Co. Aqua-Tech Argo Group US Blanca & Fred Arias Arkansas Community Foundation Christopher Armijo Amy & Mark Armstrong Donna & George Armylagos Carol & Bill Arnold Diane & Aaron Arnold Liz Arp
Travis Arreaga Carrie & Scott Arrington Patsy Ashworth Rick Assunto Carrie Astoria Cathy & Samuel Atkins Nancy & Cecil Atkission Robin & Michael Atteberry Anonymous Bill Averitt Ruth & Chris Avery Gaye & Paul Avery Estela & James Avery Beverly & Bob Avery Melanie & Gregory Ayers Jene & Jackson Babb Karen & Steve Backor Alice Ann Bacon Barbara & Gary Bacon Lynn & Rodney Bacon Debbie Bading Baehre Real Estate Denise & Russell Baehre Bafidis Enterprises Inc. Angela & James Bailey Rena & Marshall Bailey Barbara & Bob Baker Christopher Baker Chad Baker Linda & John Baker Rita Baker Sarah & Howard Baker Kathy & Conner Baldwin Sue Dale & Sonny Baldwin Teeka & Peter Baldwin Eleanor & Ray Baldwin Felicia & Tom Baldwin
Kathy & Charles Balser Balser’s Northside Automotive Inc. Margaret & Billy Balthrop Bandera County River Authority & Groundwater District Darlene & Dewayne Bannister Patricia & Eric Barefield Mack Barham Carol & David Barker Kassie Barlow Henrietta Barnett Margaret Barnhart Julie & Ned Baron Joyce & Bob Barton Ivette & Enricue Bascues Amy & Stuart Baskin Laura Batchelder Baublit Jewelers Sam & Dayton Baublit Angie Bauman Michael M Baumann & Co. Judy & Mike Baumann Candy Beach James Beach Brenda Beaty Cindy & Mike Becker Cynthia & Peter Beeman June & Samuel Begeman Denise Begley Tammy & Brian Behr Phyllis Muska & Dan Behringer Roberta Belanger Arthur Bell Lynn & Wendell Bell Katchen & Mark Benak
Verna & Joe Benham Benning Construction Inc. Mary & Bud Benning Carolyn & Tarilton Benton Judith & Jo Beran Tisa & Scot Bercutt Paul Berg Jennifer & Steven Bergman Bonnie & August Bering Theresa & Francisco Bernal Ann & Ed† Berrio Sally & Raymond Berry Darla & Ricky Berry Cathy & Bruce Berryhill Bonnie & Ralph Besetzny Slim Bethune Kenneth Bethune Cathy & Barry Bettes Kathleen & Wynn Betty Helen & Richard Bialek Anita & Carlton Biermann Margaret & Milton Bierschwale Patrick Biesiadecki Sandra & Billy Billingsley Betty Bills Camila & John Binnion Beverly Bishop Don Bishop Cindy & Byron Bitner Maxine Bizer Jeannette & Arthur† Black Wilma & Thomas Black Marilyn & Harold Blackshear Debbie & Robert Blackwell Margie & David Blair Blanco Auto Parts Rita & John Blanks † - deceased MOMENTUM 2014
Margaret & Edlar Blanton Laurie & William Blewett Spencer Blocker Lynn & Theo Blue Nathan Boardman Sally & Roger Bobertz Bob Boeker Kathy & Art Bogie Sara & Matt Bogler Megon Bogler Charlene & Pat Bolden Shelly & David Bolton Eric Booth Boots ‘n Britches Bethany & Chris Borak Ann & Larry Borchers Diana Bost Jeannette Boster† Beth & Rex Bourland R.J. Bowen Inc. Debby & J.D. Bowen Janice Bowen Marianne & Bob Bowers Peggy & Michael Bowie Kathleen & Ted† Boyce Barbara & William Boyd Gloria & Malcolm Boyd Marvin Boyd Eileen & Bill Boyd Tracy & Ray Brach Anne & John Brackin Mary & Chester Bradley John Bradshaw Vicki & Dondi Brame Joan & John Brantley Shelby Braswell Insurance Agency Meredith & Andrew Brewer Irene Brewster Jane & William Briggs David Bright Melissa & Kenneth Brinkley L. D. Brinkman Corporation Carol & Harvey Brinkman Brink Brinkman Ryan Brisbin Briscoe Hall Masako Brito Broadway National Bank Broken Arrow Ranch Nancy & John Broocks Alice Brook Barbara & James Brooks Susan & Randy Brooks Brown Foundation Inc. Kathy & Austin Brown Sherry & Charles Brown Patti & Dan Brown Betsy & Douglas Brown Nancy Brown Natalie & Cody Brown Kristina & Robert Brown Stephanie & Houston Brown Pat & Tom Browne Birdie & Roy Bruemmer Charlotte Brundrett Robert Brunk† Barbara Bruno Bryan Finley & Associates Toni Bryant
Joan Bryson Merri & Dick Bundy Starla & John Burditt Lisa Burrow Michelle Burrows Betty & Allie Burton Rose Burton Russell Burton Kyle Busing & Carrie West Suzanne Butler Byron Buzzini Betty & Bill Byrd Linda & David Byrne Cherylene Caddy Lynn & Michael Caddy Anonymous The Cailloux Foundation The Kathleen C. Cailloux Family Foundation Maria & Pete Calderon Sharon Caldwell Brent Calongne Calvary Temple Church Camelot Hills Group, LLC Paul Camfield Camp Flaming Arrow Camp La Junta Camp Mystic Inc. Camp Stewart for Boys Inc. Camp Verde General Store Camp Waldemar Campaign Sports, LLC Mary & Charles Campbell Kathryn Campbell Ursula & Stuart Campbell Anonymous Mary & Rene Canales Mary & William Canavan Brandon Cancino Anne & Douglas Cannon Edwina Cantu Theresa & Larry Cantu Lisa Cantu Tonya Cantu Capital Pumping Inc. Brittany Cardwell Janel Carlile Corinne & Acree Carlisle Michael Carlisle Carole & Bob Carlson Elva & Joaquin Carpenter Helen Carroll Tonya & Conn Carson Missy & Jarred Carter Susan Carver Darlene Kee-Casper & David Casper Carrie & Alan Catalani Kelly Jo & Steven Catalani Judy & James Cavender Cecil Atkission Motors Elizabeth Ceniceros Centennial Bank Central Texas Collision Services Ofelia & Raul Cesar Gladys Chamberlain Boardman Chambers LaVerne Chandler Jim Chaney
Dale & Elizabeth Chapman Jay Chapman Red Chapman Beth & Eugene Chappell Frances & Jon Charles Chartwells Dale Chase Jenny & Chip Chase Sandra Chase Susan & J.M. Chastain Sonia & Rogelio Chavez Carol & Ronnie Chestnut Chevron Matching Gift Program Chicken Express Kerrville Chili’s Grill & Bar Church’s Fried Chicken Mary Walker-Chyle & Valerian Chyle City of Kerrville Economic Improvement Corporation Peggy Clanton Carol Clark Patricia & John Clark Meg & Clayton Clark Tina & Michael Clark Virginia Ruth Clarke Holly & Kaci Clark-Porter Jerry & Mark Clements Craig Clemmer Maria Clyburn Betty & Steve Clyburn Carolynn & Stan Cobbs Gary E. Cochrane Co. Vickie & Gary Cochrane Sylvia Coday Coffee Homes Margie Cole Marge & Albert Coleman Dan Coleman Loyce & William Collenback Francelle & Dennis Collins Roma & Howard Collins Ann & James Collins Kathleen & Jim Collins Mary Kathryn & Maurice Collins Commercial Realty Services Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country Diana & Tony Comuzzie Lindsay & Carson Conklin Ellen Connelly ConocoPhillips Barbara & Pat Conway Mildred & Edwin Cook Mike Cook Nancy & John Cooke Jennifer Cooper Lana & Edward Cop Joe Cope Ylanda & James Copeland Mary & Dub Corbin Stacy & Mike Cortez Shirley & Bubba Coskey The Council of Independent Colleges Beverly & William Counts Candace & Mark Courmier Brandon Covarrubia Martha† & Frank Covert
Valerie & Mark Covey Cowboy Steak House Camilla Cowden Mark Cowden Joan & Thomas Craft Neva & Charles Cramer Jennifer & Donald Crandall Bailie Crawford Glenn Crawford Debbie & Jerry Crawford Tracy Crawford-Gournay Frances Cree Anne & Rick Cree Crenwelge Motor Sales Inc. Crenwelge Motors Tim Crenwelge Grace & Neil Crites Robbie & Harold Crocker Joanne Crocker Lela & David Crockett Lana & Sidney Croft Kate & Robert Crosby Sylvia & Ronald Crossland David Crotty Janett & Harlan Crouse Priscilla & Gary Crozier Janey & Bill Crum Pamela & William Crumrine Magda & Jesus Cruz David Cruze Cuernos Loco LLC Culligan South West Inc. Culligan Water Conditioning of Kerrville, Inc. Jo Ann & Darlis Cummings Sue Cummings Elizabeth & Bob Cunningham Anne & Dan Curran Peggy & Tom Currie Sharon & Bruce Curry Custom Plumbing Hilde & Irving Cutter David Czarnecky D. W. Electric Carol & Sam Dalton Tom Daniel Amy & Steve Daniels Charlotte & Thomas Daniels Terri Danz Carolyn & Henry Darden Sandra & Milton Dare Beverly & Ralph Daugherty Laurie & Les Daughtry Judith & Jim Davenport Ruth Ann & Billy Davenport Davidson, Freedle, Espenhover, & Overby PC. Davis Bonding Co. Barbara Davis† Benjamin Davis Jeanette & Carl Davis Brenda & Hugh Davis D. C. Davis Dahlia Davis Deborah Davis Gloria & Ralph† Davis Billie & John Davis Dee & Charlie Davis Marlena Davis Raemon & J. Robert Davis
Dorothy & Robert Davis Alexandra & Robert Day Clyde Day Val & Douglas Day Dayton Foundation Depository, Inc. Ramon De Leon San Juana & Cleofas De Luna Fredericka DeBerry Rachel & Jim Deer Courtney & Anthony DeHoyos Austen Delahaye Pamela Diaz Patricia & Clement Dickey Nancy & Philip Dickinson Susie & Victor Dietzel Christy & Rian Dill Joanne & Neal Dixon Deborah & Dick Dobie Beverly & Alvin Dodds Carol & Stephen Dodge Joan Dell Dolce Dominion Foundation Irene Donnelly Karen & John Dooley Marcy & Wes Dorman Judith & Rogers Douglas Caroline & Clarence Dove Fane Downs Mary Margaret Doyen Jana & Stephen Drane Betsy Drapela Elaine Dreeben Ducks Unlimited, Inc. Kerrville Chapter Lucille & Lindsay Duff Staci Duff & Terry Glen Jean & Jim Duncan Julie & Frank Dunlap Jodie & Jay Dunnahoo Milda Durrin Geraldine & Joe Durso Leslie Durst Sue Dyke Lisa & Tim Dylina Cynthia Earl Tweety & Dick Eastland Courtney & Gene Ebner John Eddleman Edward Jones Candice & Michael Edwards Deborah & Carlton Edwards Markeeta & Douglas Edwards Lawren & Scott Eichman Cooper Elam Melinda & Tom Elder Patricia Eldredge The Elkins Foundation Pat Ellebracht Dee & John Elliott Keith Ellis† George Anne & Teak Elmore Marsha Elmore Keli & Rex Emerson Sylvia & Murphy Emmons Employee Incentive Plans Inc. Carol & Woodrow Epperson Jarett Ersch Stephanie & Richard Ertel Beauford Erwin
Join us for “The Big Read” Each year Schreiner University chooses a theme or ‘big idea’ to help us identify what are the big ideas and issues – both contemporary and enduring – that we want and need to contemplate at length and in depth. Our new academic year’s theme is ‘The Art Battling Giants,’ and we will use Malcolm Gladwell’s book “David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants” to serve as a common reading for the campus. Together we will explore and discuss the curious nature of advantages and disadvantages and how each can—under certain circumstances—become its opposite. This common reading experience provides students, faculty and staff with a shared, enjoyable academic experience. For our freshmen, this book serves as an introduction to an educational community where intellectual discourse is fostered and valued.”
— Dr. Charles M. Hueber Dean of Students
Would you like to be part of the discussion? If you use Facebook, log in at: www.facebook.com/groups/SUDavidGoliath Christi Escamilla Especially Yours Cindy & Allen Espinosa Paco Espinoza Mary Etheredge Linda & David Evans Diane Evans Donna & Jimmy Evans Ethan Evans Joan Evans Karen Evans Kay & John Evans Randy Evans Elaine & Marshall Everett Sabrehna Everett Christina Exum ExxonMobil Foundation Inc. ExxonMobil Judith & George Eychner Karen & Bill Fair Richard Fairchild Kimber Falkinburg Family Sports Center Catharine Farmer Donna & Royce Faulkner Beth Felner Michael Felts Susan & Bob Fendley Carol Fennell Maisha Fennell
Eddie Fergerson Judy & Warren Ferguson Peggy & Keith Ferris Fidelity Abstract & Title Co. Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Julie & Scott Fiedler Rolanda & Bennett Fields Jessica & Ray Fierro Casey & Pepe Filippone Delores & Robert Finch Bimmie Findlay Gordon Findlay Julia Finger Curtis Finley First American Storage First Presbyterian Church - Austin First Presbyterian Church - Big Spring First Presbyterian Church - Bryan First Presbyterian Church - Dallas First Presbyterian Church - Fort Worth First Presbyterian Church - Georgetown First Presbyterian Church - Kerrville First Presbyterian Church - Kilgore
First Presbyterian Church - Midland First Presbyterian Church - San Antonio First Presbyterian Church - Tyler First Presbyterian Church - Uvalde First Presbyterian Church Dallas Foundation First United Methodist Church - Kerrville Mattie First Frances & B.D. Fischer Ray C. Fish Foundation Carol & John Fisher Julie Fisher Michele & Trey Fisher Diane & Dick Fitch Judy & David Fletcher Paul Flett Kathy & Theodore Floca Floors Inc. Sophia & Apolonar Flores Lucrecia & Danny Flores Jo Ann & Luis Flores Jimmy Fluegel Bradley Flume Shelley & Michael Flume Charlene & Bret Ford Bertha Forester
Judith & John Forister Martha & William Forrest Page Foshee & Robert Bracewell Norma & Stanley Foskett Peni & Henry Foster Kevin Foster Naty & Thomas Fowler Corrina & Travis Fox Foy Family Foundation Inc. Martha Foy Leyva Framing Barnita Francis Francisco’s Restaurant Eddie Franco Aubrey Frank & Frank Gutierrez Franklin Family Foundation Sonya & Bill Franklin Charlotte & Larry Franklin Mignonne Frantzen Fredericksburg Vintage Car Club Carolyn & Wally Freeman Dayna & David Frey Judy Frey Rhonda Fridley Michael Friederich Joyce & Ferdinand Friederick Patricia & Bernard Fritz
Mary Froelich Frozen Concoctions June & Randy Fugate Full House Productions Michael Furbush Weesie & Bill Furbush William Furbush Dena Fuselier Lorna & Charles Gaddy Connie & Gregory Gaddy Sheila & Robert Galbreath Thelma Gallant Jude Gallik & Clint Coles Debra & David Galloway Laura Gamble Sylvia & Frank Gamboa Pamela & Allen Gann Lauren & Matthew Gant Joyce & Wayne Ganze Guadalupe Garcia Nancy & Esteban Garcia Paul Garcia Patsy Toman-Garcia & Abe Garcia Diane & Saul Garcia Zitlaly Garcia Donna & Logan Garrett Cornelia Garrison Susan & James Garrison Dawna & Rusty Garvin † - deceased MOMENTUM 2014
Baxter and Carol Adams encourage year after year Giving to Schreiner has never been an obligation, but a privilege. It has given us the opportunity to express our appreciation for the kind of students that Schreiner prepares—young persons who care about what kind of people they become. — Patrons of a new endowed scholarship for the Hill Country College Fund, Carol and Baxter Adams enjoy hearing from Dana Carman’14 about her new position as a development officer. Sofia & Will Gary Cecilia & Ernest Garza Fred Garza Sylvia & Johnny Garza Rose Garza Deborah & Dale Gaudier Donna & Creston Gay Rebecca & Danny Gazaway General Electric Foundation GEO Shipyard, Inc. Karen & Larry George Deborah & Ronald Gerth Amy & Jeff Geurin George Gibbons II June & George† Gibbons Gibson Discount Center Gifted Creations Beauty Salon Gipson Appraisal Company Sue & Beck Gipson Givens Center Davidson & Company PC Lyndsay & Reagan Givens Martha Givens Judy Glaze Marie & Dennis Glenewinkel Suzanne & Hubert Godby Lois Ann & Gary Godfrey Ernest Godoy Joan & Gary Goebel Vicki & Stephen Goebel Kathy Goertz Linda Goertz Gold’s Body Shop Inc. Lesvia Gonzalez Lulu Gonzalez Millie & Dwight Goode Susan & Roy Goodwin Becky & Thomas Goodwyn Gary Gool Christine Gordon Pat & Bill Gordon Laura & Jon Goswick Lucy & Tom Gould Mark Graff Samuel Grant Grape & Grain Liquors Jake Grasshoff
Cindy & Stephen Grasshoff Sally & Ghent Graves Tasha & Bobby Graves Debbie & Mike Graxiola Suzanne & Doug Gray Ruth Gray† Diane & Bob Green Helen Green Vanessa & John Greenlee Cecilia Gregg Claire & Joe Gregorcyk Mary & Butch Gregory Laurie & Heath Gregory Darcee Grice Meg & James Grier Sandra & Gerry Griffin Marilyn & Dick Griffith Grimes Funeral Chapels Inc. Susie & John Grimes Debbie & David Grinnan Gwynn Groggel Janie & Dale Groll Patti Grota Kathleen Grove Ruth Grubesic Guadalupe National Bank Jennifer & John Guderyahn Anna Guerrero Irma & Mike Guerrero Vanessa & Mario Guevara Martha Guin Gulf-Tex Co Inc. Nancy & Lee Gunnerson Doris Gurd Cassity & Abel Gutierrez Zaira & Andres Gutierrez Carlos Gutierrez Jason Gutierrez Javier Gutierrez Veronica Gutierrez Lisa & Richard Guzman Dayna Gwaltney Ruth & Hagi Hagigholam Lorraine Haglund Lou Ann & William Hahn Kerry Hale Edith & Gaston Hallam Foundation No 2
Fanchon & Howard Hallam Michele & Donnie Hallman Martha & Pete Hamel Hamil & Hamil, PC Deryl & John Hamilton Carolyn & Ed Hamilton George & Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation Gaylia & Tom Hammond Eljean & Fred Hannah Jane & Dick Harben Michele & Shaun Hardimon Beverly & H. Harlan Molly & Benjamin Harper Anonymous Caren & James Harris Larry Harris Novia & Ross Harris Susan Harris Betty & Otto† Harrison Brenda & Vernon Harrison Rebecca & Bill Harrison Harry A. Parrish & Associates Glenda & Jim Hart Carolyn & Houston Harte Pat Harte Claire & William Hartman Audrey & Don Harvey Patricia & Gary Hatch Linda & John Hatchel Ann & Frederick Hausheer Christine & Robert Hausser Angie & Matthew Hawkins Chaille Hawkins Mary & Rufus Hayes Amy Haynes Hank Haynes Pam Haynes Peggy Haynes Laura & Ronny Haynes Susan & John Hays Patricia & John Hays Hearing Care Heart O’ The Hills Girls Camp H-E-B Sug & Don Hedgpeth Joann & Ken Hedrick Martha Heimberg
Gretchen Heins Elva & Bill Hellen Grinstead Henderson Family, L.P. Betty & Donald Henderson Sharon Hengen David Henington Miranda & Roman Henke Angela Henley Denise Henneke Fred Henneke Cathy Henry Mandy & Todd Herber Helen Herd Helen & James Herget Deedie & Phillip Hering Heritage Investment Management, LLP Cara & Bruce Herlin Estella Hernandez Herrington Inc. dba Holiday Cleaners Hewitt Engineering Inc. Debra & John Hewitt Brandon Hickey Michelle Hickman Daniel Hicks Mary & John Hicks Jean & Mike Higgins Tracy & Harvey Hilderbran Hill Country Dental Associates Hill Country Medical Equipment Hill Country Memorial Hospital Hill Country Pest Control Hill Country Telephone Co-Op, Inc. Isabelle & Tyler Hill Robin & Jay Hill Donna & T. A. Hillin Mary & Jerry Hilton Polly & Charlie Hines Ann Messer & Timothy Hines Roy Hinojosa Fannie & John Hinrichs Joann & Carl Hintze Marjorie & Bob† Hirsch Bruce Hoak
Jane & Kyle Hobin Cynthia & Steven Hodges Shirley Hodson Julianne & Bill Hoegemeyer Jeffery Hoffhine Frances Hoffman Cynthia & Mark Hoffmann Kelly & Donald Hohne Herbert Holchak Monica & Heath Holcomb Glenda & Richard Holcomb Don L. & Julie Holden Foundation Jennifer & Kenneth Holecek Patsy Holekamp Wende Holland Wilbert Hollek Liz & Michael Hollis Robert Holloway Bob Holloway Junell Holmer Gloria & Grady Holmes Gena & Randy Holmes William Knox Holt Foundation Homegrown Energy McBryde Oil Company Hometown Hero LLC Sheri & Gilbert Honea Melinda & Gary Honish Galina & George Hopkins Shirley & Bill Hopper Miles Horton Linda & Bobby House Lori & Baron Houser Carole & Howard Hovde Diana & Larry Howard Sheryl Howard Sheila & William Howard Judy & M.D. Hoyle Irmtraut & Paul Hruschka Ryan Hubele Robert Huckabay Meg & John Huddleston Kathleen Hudson Sarah & Charles Hueber Barbara Taylor & Peter Huey Charlotte & Mike Huff
Linda Huffman Laurie & Marshall Huffman Beulah & Bill Huggins Elizabeth & Mike Hughes Julia & Thomas Hughes Mary & Robert Hughes Ann & Jerry Huie Judith & Steven Hultquist Bonnie Hunt Dee & Charles Hunt Hunt-Ingram Gas Co. Donn Huot Huser Construction Company Shawnna & Steve Huser Shirley & Tom Huser Judy & John Hutcherson Nell & Gene Hutzler IBM International Foundation (IIF) Sandra & Richard Igau Michelle Imholte Ingram Ready Mix Donald Isom Susan & Ronald Isom Trey Iverson Jan & Wade Ivy Kathleen Ivy Tanya & Benjamin Jackson Ben Jackson Angela & Charles Jackson Cristy & David Jackson Jack Jackson Lynda Jackson Pat Jackson Susan & Mark Jacob Angela & Shawn Jacob Arlene & Lawrence Jaffee James Avery Craftsman, Inc. Diana James Mary & Ben Jarvis Mary Jelley Susan & Robert Jenkins Dorinda & Randle Jennings Michelle & Matt Jepson Donna & Asa Jewell Gingus Jez Jim Morris Designer Tanya & Jessie Jimenez JM Lowe & Company Margaret Jobes John Calvin Presbyterian Church Betty & Andrew Johnson Barbara & Charley Johnson Cheryl Johnson Edith Johnson Deborah & Joe Johnson Michelle & Kyle Johnson L. Beth & David Johnson
Laura Johnson Lee Johnson Mary & Sam Johnson Priscilla & Gregg Johnson Shantil & Thomas Johnson Virginia & Hamp Johnston Burnis Jones Suzanne & Chucker Jones Marilyn & Donald Wade Jones Jo Ann & Richard Jones Karen & Bart Jones Betty & Bob Jones Sherri Jones Wayne Jones Miriam & Hugo† Jorda Jordan Restoration Inc. Joseph Financial Partners Elise & Russell Joseph Marian Jost JPMorgan Chase Foundation Mary & Saul Juarez Jennifer & Ed Junker Nancy & Dick Junkin Don Beth & Fred Junkin Adele & Sam Junkin Robbie & Glenn Jurek JWI Shoes & More, LLC Michael Kahl Courtney & Jeffrey Kalinoski Ellen Leonard & John Kammerdiener Beverly & Fred Kapelle Susan Kaplan Kass Auto Body & Paint Heather Kattawar-Engstrom & Phillip Engstrom Patsy & Kenneth Kaye Julie & James Keahey Will Keaton Teri & Garry Keckler Donna Keeling Karen Keese Martha & Victor Keilman Stephanie & Carey Keller Isabelita & Ben Kelly Linda & Arthur Kelly Jennifer & Jacob Kelm Suzanne Kelsey Butch Kelso Julia & Bill Kelton Kristen & Russell Kemp Wanda Kemp-Maxson Ken Stoepel Ford Inc. Ruthie Kendrick Patty & Bill Kendrick Amber Kennedy Rod Kennedy† Kenpo Kids Academy Kerr County Abstract Co. Inc.
Kerr County Farm Bureau Kerr County Federal Credit Union Kerr County Optimist Club Kerrville City Government Kerrville Daily Times Kerrville Drug Co. Inc. Kerrville Funeral Home Kerrville Landscaping & Lawns Inc. Kerrville Public Utility Board Kerrville Sunrise Lions Club Kerrville Trailblazers Margaret & Gary Kersey Kick & Click Cloggers Kickapoo Kamp Inc. Karen Davis Kilgore Shannon Kilgore & Farrel Farhoudi Dolores & Charles Kimball Jill & Frank Kimball Kathy & Charlie Kimmey Daniel Kinchen James King Roberta & David Kinneberg Meagan & Greg Kirkham Muriel & George Kirkpatrick Brenda & Tip Kirwan Beverly & Henry Kitzman Gay & Tom Klaerner Phyllis & Jerald Klett Monte & Alan Klossen Martha & Robert Kluting Shannon Koger Nancy & Tom Koger David Kokernot Brenda & Sidney Kokes Ransey Koschak Glen Kost Billie & Dan Krausse James Krauter Frances & Maurice Kroll Jay Conor Kruczkowski Phillip Kruczkowski Sharon & Michael Kubik Jamie & Bob Kuempel Dana & Timothy Kurtin Sheri & Doug Kuykendall Dianne Kyle L. Duff Enterprises Inc. La Hacienda Treatment Center Laura & Weir Labatt Melissa & John Lackey Marsha & Kye Laffoon Gina & Kevin Lagrone Louise & Paul Lajti Elizabeth & Nicholas Landes Carolyn & Ken Landrum Mandy & Danny Langbein
June Lange Brenda Langley Lenore Langsdorf & Vernon Crawford Shirley & Mike Lanham Missie & Sam Lanham Gale Laning Jane & Lee Larkin Bernadell Larson & Stu Thompson Gloria Larson Diane & Phil Latham Ann & Jim Laughlin Marie & John Laughter Maryjane & Richard Laurin Rosa & John Lavender Doyle Lawhon Larry Lawrence Robert Lawrence Larry Lawson Peg Layton & Steve Spahr Melissa Lebron Junie Ledbetter & Gaston Broyles Patricia & Brad Lee Vicky & Gary Lee Melissa Lee Sherri & Stephen Leffingwell Gail & Kevin Lehman Katherine & Henry Lehman Edwin Lehmann Sandra Leinweber Lemeilleur’s RV Truck & Equipment Repair Co. Inc. Bill Lemoine Lemon Tree Cleaners Maria & Mark Lenzo Jennifer & Donald Leonetti Monique Lerma Deidre & Scott Lesley Lynda & Craig Leslie Joyce Lespreance Ervin Lett John Letz Barbara Lewis Mary & Charles Lewis Elizabeth Lewis Sandy & Peter Lewis Stacey & Tim Lewis Lou & Bill Lewis Caroline & Denny Liebersbach Irene & Randall Light Lynn & Michael Lindley Diane & James Lindner Shanna & Larry Lindner Mary & Lawrence Lindner Perline Little Margaret & Bart Little Kay & Arturo Llanos Charles Loftis
Heather Logan Elizabeth & Charles Loggie Fred Lohmeyer Kim & Rob Lohmeyer Bonnie Long Marty Longbottom Jean & John Longway Jeff Looper Jose Lopez Leslie & Andrew Lopez Lisa & Ralph Lopez Abel Lora Loring Cook Foundation Judy & Steve Louden Niki & Kevin Loudermilk Love Creek Orchards Tonie Lovelady Kitty & Jim Loveless Tori Loveless Jabby Lowe Sonia & Pedro Lozano Rafael Luebbert Courtney Lutz Lisa & Thomas Lutz Lynch, Chappell & Alsup J.E. & L.E. Mabee Foundation MacDonald & Associates Kathy & Granger MacDonald Linda & Dwaine Machann Sue Maclay Gary Maclin Gerry & Robert Macosko Anna & Ron Macosko Joanna Magrum Stephanie Makar Gloria & Michael Malone Patricia Malone Janet & Bob Malson Mamacita’s Restaurant & Cantina, Inc. Donna & Darryl Mamrosh Rodrigo Mancillas Cynthia & Rex Maner Mangold Roofing & Sheet Metal Inc. Wanda & James Mann Robert Mansker Mollie & Frank Maresh Emily & Andrew Margrett Richard Marhofer Estella & Adrian Marin Carolyn & Everett† Marley Marshall W. Morgan, D.D.S. M.S.D. Inc. Aaron Marshall Ann & Gene Marshall Martin Landscape Company Pam & Kyle Martin Molly Martin
The Honor Roll of Donors salutes generous friends whose gifts to all purposes enable Schreiner to provide a quality teaching and learning environment. This year’s edition includes the names of all donors who have supported SU in the past two fiscal years— since our comprehensive campaign began on June 1, 2012. We have made every effort to present our donors accurately. Please call 830-792-7201 if you have questions and accept our sincere apology if we have made a mistake. † - deceased MOMENTUM 2014
Rhonda & T. Roy Martin Art Martinez Cristina & Jorge Martinez Gloria Martinez Juan Martinez Irene & Richard Martinez Linda & Larry Marwedel Lyn & Randall Mason Elizabeth & Philip Masquelette Massey, Itschner, & Co. PC Masterson Insurance Constant & Neill Masterson Jim Matthews Pamela & Neal Matthews Baird Mattiza Trudy Maupin Martha & H.D. Maxwell Mary Beth & Jim Maxwell Kathleen Maxwell-Rambie & Steve Rambie Samye May Mary Jane & Wendell Mayes Rhonda & Clayton Mayfield Demmie Mayfield Kristen McAlexander Mary & Ronnie McBee Becky & Nowlin† McBryde Jim McCall Susie & John McCalla Jennie & Harry† McCament Clay McClure Sally & Donald McClure Pat & Phill McConnell Jay McCormack Suzanne & Tom McCormack Barbara & Junior McCormick Cayce & Charlie McCormick McCoy Corporation #044 Susie & Joe McCracken Marcia McCulley Marie & Rayburn McCulloh Denise & John McCullough Jennifer & Richard McCullough Alice McDaniel Joyce & Luke McDaniel Don McDonald Jay McElroy Jodine & Lynn McFadden Gus McFarland Linda & Joe McGee Pamela McGough McGuire Family Foundation Sara & Tom McKeon Janet & Kent McKinney McLaughlin Doty Foundation Arden & John McLean Dawn & Rob McMillan Mimi McMillen Diane McRae Steven McRae Lindsey McSwain Nancy & Gary McVey Leila & Dick Meacham Lena Meadows Ethel Meads Nalga & Paul Mebane Stefan Mecay Kris & James Mechelay Joyce & Donald Mechler
Mendy & Kevin Meier Carrie & Andy Mein Pam Mello Victoria Grona & David Mendez Elizabeth Mendez Elizabeth Mendiola Theresa & Jimmy Menges Joyce & Paul Mercer Merrill Lynch Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc. Merritt Temporaries Lindsay Merritt Karen Meyer Margaret & Robert† Meyers MG Building Materials Lori & Paul Michel Midway USA Foundation Inc. Jane Mifsud Cindy & Ben Miller Lavonne Miller Stephanie & Cris Miller Kenneth Miller Tish & Kiley Miller Lauren Miller Kay & Leon Miller Melba & David Miller Adele Miller Sherry Miller Stephen Miller Laurie & Phillip Milton Mini-Mart Barbara & Roy Minton Mission Presbytery Blaine Mitchell Gail Mitchell Kerr Mitchell Barbara Mize Betty & Tom Mobley Judy & Ricky Moellering Carol & Robin Moffat Sylvia & Greg Molina Maribel Molina Raul Molina Nina Moller Peggy Monroe† Jane & Scott Monroe Viola & Corando Montemayor Patricia Montoya Marilyn & Otis Moore Susan & David Moore Moore’s Home Furnishing Center Chris Moralez The W. T. & Louise J. Moran Foundation Diana Moran Brenda & Randy Moran Lowanda & Abel Moreno Gloria & Lupe Moreno Clare & Don Morgan Morris Glass Co. Janet & Charles Morris Toni & Bill Morris Nickolaus Morrison Joy Morriss Marilyn Moye Nancy & Robb Muil Vicki Mullins Mumme’s
Shelley & Brandon Mund Nikki & Reese Mundkowsky Kevin Mundt Kathleen Mundy Sonia Munoz-Gill & Jeff Gill Janie & Adalberto Murillo Marie Murnane† Liz & Pat Murray Lucy & Jack Murray Linda & Randall Murry Mary & Bill Muse Dale Myers Michael Mynatt Angela & Albert Myres Pamela Nabers Rowena Nadig Carol Nagle Rose & Joe Nall Kathy & David Naylor Ingrid & Steven Neel Chieko Negishi Suzette & Walter Negley Chrystal & Cody Nelms Maria Nelms Evelyn & Gary Nelson Julie & Mack Nelson Patricia & Frank Nelson Joanne & Phil Nessler Kathy & Don Neuenschwander New Braunfels Presbyterian Church Patsy & Larry Newbolt Frank Newman Jane Newton Lala & Vic Niemeyer Jean Nixon Genevieve Nomer Jeri & Reed Norman Gini Norris-Lane & Wes Lane Carolyn & Bob Northcutt Northwood Presbyterian Church - San Antonio Julia Norton-Keidel Joan & Chester Nowak Joan & Mike Noyes Jim Nugent Lea & Kyle Nye Alice & Erle Nye Josefina Oakes M. & J. E. Oates Steve O’Bryant Nancy & Richard O’Campo Kitty Ocker Becky & Ralph O’Connor Tamie & Ronnie Odom Rita Odom Lesa & William O’Donnell Ande & Chuck O’Donnell Don Oehler Michelle & Wade Oehler Misty & Patrick O’Fiel Vicky Ohlman Steve Okon Bonnie & Jim Olafson Rose & A. M. Olander Gloria Olsen Me-J & John O’Neal Scott Orr Gloria Ortega J. D. Ortiz Construction
Carolyn Osborn Anna & John Osborn Sylvia & Dan Ostos Owens Outdoor Sales, Inc. Charlene & Sam Owens Isabel & Richard Oxford Flo & Bob† Pacharzina Kelley Page Ingrid & Lloyd Painter Pappas Restaurants. Inc. Vicky & Harris Pappas Tom Pappas Cee Parker & Carlos Ibarra Margaret & Larry Parker Risa & Robert Parker Janet & Jack Parks Anonymous Debra & Bob Parmley Dianne & Harry Parrish Barbara & Mike Pate Suzanne & Kirk Patterson Nancy & Ted Paup Mary & J.S. Pautler Elaine & Sonny Payne Jeanetta & Malcom Payne Rolando Paz Beverly Pearsall Kathleen & Burt Peeples Emily & David Peeples Father Mike Peinemann Tricia & Israel Pena Susan & William Penland Barbara & Mickey Pennington Cynthia & Douglas Peoples Janelle Peralt Jose Perez Paula & Michael Perich LaRue & Brian Perkins Perry & Ruby Stevens Charitable Foundation Gerald Persyn Rae & Jimmie Peschel Terry & Bill Peterek Fred Peters Andy Petersen Hal & Charlie Peterson Foundation Gretchen & Brian Peterson Kristi & John Peterson Leslie & Gary Peterson Karen & Robert Peterson Sally & Ronald Peterson Emily & Bill Petty Krystal & Jason Petty Bonnie & Gary Pflughaupt Verne Philips Margaret & Andy Phillips Mary Jo Phillips Roberta Pieren Rosalie & Eddie Pinson Pipeline Skid Service Inc. Linda & John Pipkin Carlo Piraino Marylyn & Dennis Pisseri Carol & Paul Pitts The Plant Haus 2 Cindy & Phillip Platt Georgia & David Pogue Tricia & Dean Pogue Dorothy & Lacy Pogue
Pamela & George Poitevent Judith Ponder Susan Posey John Potts Tony Powel J.E. Powell Kenda Prather Missi & Jack Pratt Thomas Prejean Lesa Presley Amber Pressler John Price Lena & Mark Price Mildred & Holt Priddy Nelda & Todd Prince Jane & Don Priour Caitlin Probandt Carolyn & Tom Pruett Norma & Roberto Puentes Nelson Puett Foundation Caroline & Nelson Puett Myrna & Tom Purifoy Carolyn Pyeatt Charles Quereau Maki & Rexford Quick Ceneesa & Raymond Quigg Carla & James Raatz Karen Rachal Sally & Dee Ragan Ana & Scott Raggo Jane Ragsdale & Dick Howell Jeepers Ragsdale Kathy Ragsdale Rails...a Cafe at the Depot Alissa Rambeau Mary & Charles Rambeau Heather Rambeau Paul Rambeau Deandra & Rene Ramirez Edna & Uvalde Ramirez Alison Ramos Chan & Dolores Ramos Carrie & Shaun Randall Carol & Kevin Rando G.A. Randolph Thelma Raney Mary & Karl Ransleben Lauree & Kevin Rasso Jerri & Bill Ray Susie & Michael Ray Vickie Ray Deborah & Dan Rayfield Donna & Jim Raymond RE/MAX KERRVILLE Amy & Phillip Read Betty & John Reagan Dalene & Robert Reagan James Rector Lyndia & Bill Rector Reed Millwork, LLC Karen & Bill Reed Patricia & David Reed Katie & Michael Reed Seth Reed Louise & Joseph Reeh Charlene & Jim Reeves Meredith & Jeffery Reid Elise & Bill Reid Tracy & Russell Reinen Linda & Ralph Reinhardt
Helping Schreiner Forever We made an estate plan for Schreiner because we support its vision to become a widely-recognized premier place of learning. By becoming Schreiner Oaks Society members, we are helping deserving students pursue a quality college education in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. In a small way, we are enabling the Schreiner experience to continue its powerful legacy in the lives of future students.” — Steve Daniels is president of the Schreiner Former Students Association (SFSA). He and his wife, Amy, live in Huffman, Texas. Karol & Tim Reinhardt Sandra & Alex Remschel Mary & Domingo Rendon Renkens Nursery Inc. Paula & Thomas Repka Republic Waste Services George Reynolds RGK Foundation Eric Rhoda Betsy & Alton Rhoden Rice Interests Ltd Jeff & Darrel Rice Jennifer Rice Cheryl & John Rich Darlene & Albert Richard Carol & Terry Richards Cythina & Allan Richardson Sandra & Billy Richardson Angie & Ed Richmond Ricks Furniture Company Margaret & Ken Ricks Leota Ricks Phyllis Ricks Tommie & Charles Ridgaway Debbie & Howell Ridout Laurie & Robby Riggs Alexis & Pat Riley Darla & Charles Ripley Lena Rippstein Sally & Andy Ritch Jean & David Rittenhouse Riverhill Women’s Club Alice & Ronald Rivers Jake Roa Tammi & David Roach Patsy & Tom Robb Kathy & Bill Robbins Bob Roberts Dianna Roberts Jan Roberts Betty Johnson-Roberts & John Roberts Stephenie & Randy Roberts Jerre & Bill Roberts Martha & Martin Robertson Mary Robertson
Janet Robinson Myra Robinson Yvonne & William Robinson Gerald Robison Joe Rodriguez Ryan Rodriguez Walter Roemer Susan & Charles Roetter The Rogers Foundation Maura & Christopher Rogers Lillian W. Rogers† Linda Rogers Madeline Rogers Robyn Rogers Andy Rollins Anita & J. R. Rollo Deborah & Ross Rommel Nancy & Robert Rooke Carl Rosales Emma Rosas Terri & David Rose Larry Rose Valerie Rosen Ann Ross Laura & Tom Ross Rotary Club of Kerrville Laura Roth Cheri & Bill Rothermel Lisa Rowan Elizabeth & Robert Rowan Royce Graff Farms Vicki Rugeley Sherry & Steve Rundzieher Linda & James Runkel Lindsay Rutkowski Paul Ryan Lois Rye Sergo Ryno S & N Towing S.M. Motors Paula Saenz Safari Club International Hill Country Chapter Inc. Jose Salazar Sarah & Victor Salinas J.B. & Kathryn Sallas
Charitable Foundation Charles & Kelle Salter San Angelo Area Foundation San Antonio Area Foundation San Pedro Presbyterian Church - San Antonio Jolanda & David Sanchez Maria Sanchez Maria & Rene Sanchez June Cortez-Sanchez & Richard Sanchez Camille Sandusky Karyn & Bryant Saner Dorothy & George Santa Cruz Lorraine & Charlie Sapp Saunders Foundation Gayle & Fred Saunders Marcus Saunders Midge Saunders Eddie Sawyer Stephanie Sayers Hale Schaleben Scharbauer Foundation, Inc. Laurie & Brian Scheve Stephanie & Todd Scheyer Nan Schiavo Julie & Darrin Schievelbein Joyce & LeRoy Schlechte Donna Schloss Luanne & Ivan Schmedemann Shirley & Bob Schmerbeck Rolinda & Arthur Schmidt Liz & Ken Schmidt Loretta & Charles Schmidt Sara & Nathan Schmidt Clara & Ed Schneider Kelley Schneider Melissa & Richard Schneider Suzi & Vic Schneider Billy Schneider Ellen & Paul Schoenfeld Carolyn & Walter Schulle Krissy Schwarz Susan & Jay Schweitzer Maria & Thomas Schwennesen
George Anne Schwethelm William Schwethelm Diana & Steve Schwind Elaine Scogin Kristen & Taylor Scogin Candice Scott & John Shoemaker Deborah Scott Anonymous Meg Scott & Richard Johnson Nancy & Bill† Scott Neel & Robert Scott Mark & Cathy Scozzari Deborah Scudder Gerry† & Frank Seaman Security State Bank & Trust Ismael Segura Janice Seiler Cindy Sengel Alexander Senie Julie Sentell Mary & Herb Sentesi Serafy Foundation Viveca & Nicholas Serafy Oscar Seth Jan & Bill Setzler Phyllis & Peter Shaddock Kent Shane Mary Sharpless Carol & Ryan Shave Mary & Alan Shaw Susan & Jerry Shaw Milton Shaw Barbara & Eldon Sheffer Audrey & Dell Sheftall Sheftall’s Jewelers Shell Oil Company Foundation, Inc. Fronie Shelton Capri Shepherd Susan & Randy Shepler Frank Sheppard Gene & Max Sherman Sherwin-Williams Jerold Shetler
Alida & Joe Shimek Kari & Jake Short Maxine Short Laura & Scott Short Laura & Greg Shrader Tammie & Dean Shults Mary Helen & Randall Sibley A.S. Sidharthan Sylvia Sieker Sierra Construction Jose Sifuentes Bob Silman Tita Simone Dorothy Sippy† Anonymous Paula Skidmore & Bennie Simmons Sylvia & Sidney Skinner Marlyss & Walter Skipwith Leigh & Duffy Slade Susan & Bill Sliva Jill & Peter Smetek Mimi & Allen Smith Lisa & Kent Smith Cheryl & Blake Smith Jeanie & David Smith Diane & Ricky Smith Donna & Don Smith Gene Smith Sharon & Ford Smith Lori & Jimmy Smith Jerrod Smith Jill & John Smith Carole & Kenneth Smith Le Ann Smith Rosabel Smith Joanne & Roy Smith Linda & Terry Smith Ward Smith Brandon Smoot Joan Snider Cody Sobolak Solbrig Hearing Center Inc. Linda & Donald Somerville Annette & Larry Sondock Gilda & Guillermo Soria † - deceased MOMENTUM 2014
VP for Enrollment Services Describes an Ideal Student An ideal prospective student is one who is ready for an incredible journey of personalized attention through his/ her academic track. This person will be one who is open to grow, learn and be part of an amazing group of individuals in an extraordinary community.” — Coming from a large Houston university two years ago, Larry Jose Cantu’ chose Schreiner because he sensed a deep synergy among faculty and staff. He was promoted to vice president of enrollment services last January. John South Southwest Wheel Co. Lois & Dan Sowards Mary & Bill Spangler Amanda Sparks Dorede & John Speaker Scott Speck Lee & Luke Speckman Eric Spencer St. Mark Presbyterian Church - Boerne St. Peter’s Episcopal Church - Kerrville St. Philip Presbyterian Church - Houston Jeanne & Philip Stacy Barbara & David Staggs Bobby Stanley Polly & James Starr State Farm Insurance Clarice & David† Stauble Jennifer & Scott Staudt Stacy & Michael Stavinoha Jan & Ed Stearns Marissa Stearns Steele Ranch Sue & Jack Steele Barbara & Gregory Stehling Mariann & Paul Steldt G.A. & R.J. Stemple Pollyanna & Steve Stephens Sterling-Turner Foundation Bart Stevens Pat Chastain & Fred Stevens Frances & Jack Stevens Holly & Chris Stevenson Marilyn & Don Stewart Sandy & John Stewart Nancy & Keith Stewart Teri & George Stieren Marsha & Jerry Stiles Susan & James Stinson
Joan & Jeffery Stock Janice Stolle Kathi & Ronald Stotz Patricia & David Stratton Strey Insurance Agency, LLC. Mildred & Art Strickland Louis H. & Mary Pat Stumberg Foundation Lauren & Justin Stumberg Mary Pat Stumberg Paula & Columbus Stutes Suburban Child Care Center Inc. Cynthia & Brian Sullivan Carmen & Charles Sullivan Claudia Sullivan Danny Sullivan Mary Ellen & Tim Summerlin Hatton W. Sumners Foundation Inc. Glen Sunderman Regina & Matthew Suttle Shelley Swan Gary Swanner La Nell & Dick Swantner Ronel & Frederik Swardt Carole & William Swart Joyce & John Swift Ruth Swift Mark Swindell Keiko & Mike Sykos Synod of the Sun Financial Services Lane Tait Caryn & Jeff Talarico Robert Tamex Lynn Tandy Karen & Stephen Tanner Linda Tarrant Ralph Tate Mollye & Tommy Tate Jonathan Taylor
Judy & Roy Taylor Rhonda & Billy Taylor Roy Taylor Sam Taylor Sandra Taylor Teagle Foundation Terry & Barney Tearney Sherry Teel Mary & Charles Teeple Neena & Ron Tefteller Jane Ann & Devereaux Temple Terminix/ABC Pest Control Jeanne & Phil Terrell Elaine & Tom Terrell Terry Maxwell Electric, Inc. Texas First Group Texas Hill Country Senior Softball League Texas Pioneer Foundation Texas Presbyterian Foundation Texas Purple Sage Services The John F. Clark Company, Inc. The Leo & Emogene Burton Case Foundation The Ultimate Gift of Life Foundation The Williams Companies Inc. Blythe & Bill Thomas Billie Thomas Irene Thomas & Dean Miller Carolyn & James Thomas John Thomas Brenda & Curtis Thompson Charlotte Thompson Deanna & Joseph Thompson Roy Thompson Karla & Tom Thompson Amanda & Brandon Thomson Danetta Beaushaw & Andy Thomson
Rebekah & Mike Thornton Katherine & Win Thurber Nan† & Clifford† Tice Mary & Kerry Tielke Sue Tiemann Jeanette & Tobin Tilley Time Warner Cable Marcia Tinsley Mary & Joseph Tisdel Ardyce & Jerry Tobin Susan Toews Lora Tomblin Benard Toomey Eleanor & Paul Toops Dru Torian Delmar Torres Carrie & Charles Torti Felipe Tovar Connie & Don Townsend The Cloyde & Ethel Lee Tracy Foundation, Inc. Susan Tracy Tessie & John Trappey Marie & Edmunds Travis TRC Engineering Services Inc Kevin Treibs J.T. Trew Trinity University Jean & David Tritenbach Joyce & Walter Troegel Kerri & Randall Truelock Trull Foundation Rhonda & Reggie Tuck Tucker Foundation Betty Tucker Margarete & Bill Tucker Dorothy Tucker Debbie & Brian Tuftee Edith & Alfred Tumlinson Lynnae & Alfred Tumlinson Sylvia & Truman Turk Lisa & David Turner
Maxine & Doyle Turnipseed Shannon & Mark Tuschak Debbie & Jeffrey Tyson Jesse Ugarte Amy & Busty Underwood Unifirst Corporation Union State Bank Unitarian Universalist Fellowship - Kerrville Upper Guadalupe River Authority Paul Urban Nan & James Vaden Laura Valadez Daniel Valles Valley Valve & Pipe Supply Kathy & Adrian Van Dyke Margaret Van Landingham Janise Van Tassel Lee Vance Kristy Vandenberg Sandra & Robert Vandorn Patricia & Samuel Vargas Silvestre Vasquez Jeanette & Gary Vaughan Judy & Graydon Vaught Vanessa Vazquez Teresa & Michael Ver Schuur Jerrelyn & Richard Verrett Lanie & Cully Vickers Villarreal Dry Wall Inc Stephanie Villarreal Dolores & Joseph Vinas Ashton Vincent Lorie & Matt Vincent Danette Vines Vision Source Mark Voelk Phyllis & Fred Vogt Lorna & Alton Vrana Carolyn & Brian Waheed Mary & Robert Wahl
Catherine Wahrmund Toni & David Wahrmund Thomas Waits Betty & Jack† Walcher Lynette Waldon Helen & Bobby Walker Mary & Rob Walker Kathleen Walker Leslie Walker Janna & Rex Walker Stuart Walker Wallace, Jackson, & Lohmeyer Tommie & Howard Wallace Janice Wallace Nancy & Ed Wallace Sana & Bob Waller John Waller Marla & John Waller Carol & James Walls Harold Walsleben John Walters Karen & Jon Walters Michael & Beth Walterscheidt Walton Distributing co., Inc. Adele Ward DeeAnn & Bill Ward Jean & Steve Ware Lynn & Stephen Ware Ivanna & Kurt Warnken Meriruth & Ryan Warnken Deborah Wartko-Conner Sylvia & Phin Washer
Melinda & Jim Wasson Water Street Chiropractic Bryan Waters Tina Watters Michelle & Arthur Wavell Cynthia & Del Way We Energies Foundation Bill Webb A.D. & L.B. Webb Webberville Propane Inc. Jean & Thad† Weber Libby & Michael Weed Mary & Dave Weekley Darryl Weidenfeller Janet & Alfred Weinzierl Welch Foundation Lisa & Andy Welch Wells Fargo Bank Bandera Wells Fargo Bank Comfort Wells Fargo Bank Ingram Wells Fargo Bank Kerrville Dan Kirkland Wells Foundation Marion & Fred Wells Lori Mayles-Wells & Tom Wells Mary & Chris Wendel Mindy Wendele & Raymond Holloway Alice & Alan Werchan Linda & Kit Werlein Charles West Joe Westerledge
Shawn Wetzel Carole Wever Carolyn & Danny Wheat Whelan Plumbing Co. Inc. James Whetstone Marilyn & Gene White Nichelle White Wilberta White Monica Whitehurst & William Newcombe Olin Whitescarver Brenda & Michael Whitfiled Matt Whitfill LaShelle & Russell Whitmore Lari & Lewis Whitten Ann Wickham Jeffery Wiede Leroy Wiese Judith & Arthur Wiley Rhonda Wiley-Jones & Bert Jones Liz & Eric Wilfong Raynell Wilke Billy Wilkinson & John Kerrigan Lisa & Charles Williams Dominique & L. D. Williams Amanda & David Williams O’Gene & Lewis Williams Amy & Lonny Williams Julie & Neal Williams Michelle & Randy Williams Merna & Marvin Willis
Skipper & E.C. Willmann Genevieve Wilmar Wilson Family Chiropractic Andrea & Keith Wilson Deborah & Hiram Wilson Elizabeth & Reginald Wilson Victoria & David Wilson Marion & Bill Wilson John Wilton Wing King Joseph Winger Janis Winn Johnny Winslow Wisenbaker Builder Services Inc. Marianne Wofford Alex Wolf Clinton Wolfe Sandy & Jon Wolfmueller Wolfmueller’s Books Mary Louise & Oliver Wood Cheryl & William Wood Mark Woodhull Tina & John† Woods Deborah & Kenneth Woods Kim Woods Mary & Larry Woods Stephanie & William Woods Catherine Woolery Wordyisms Inc Jerri & Walter Workman Worldwide Tubulars Dana & John Worrell
Ida Worthington Cherry Wright & Jim Bradford Priscilla Wright Karan & Buck Wroten Kelvin Wu Connie Wunderlich Deborah Burks & John Wurster Bryan Wyatt Heidi Wyatt Cheryl & Wreno† Wynne Craig Yaros James Yeisley Jerry Yencharis YMCA of Greater San Antonio Martha York George & Fay Young Foundation Barbara & Robert Young David Young Meg & Richard Young Phyllis & Bob Young Stacy Young Jesse Zamarripa Laura Zapata Michelle & Harry Zdansky Judy Zdansky Jan Zenner Katherine & Ted Zgourides Patty & Paul Zohlen Billie & Rand Zuber † - deceased
New grad immediately thanks her professors Dear Dr. Cramer, Dr. Backor and Dr. Addison: As you know, the teacher education program at Schreiner had me in the classroom when I was a freshman. Every class had a handson, student interaction opportunity, which helped me realize that teaching was exactly what I needed to be doing with my life. I will forever be thankful for those opportunities that reassured me that I was on the right path. Now I get to put what I learned into action. When I can go to graduate school in a couple of years, I hope to return to Schreiner for my master’s.” — Emilee Lockridge ’14 is a Tyler native who has just begun her first teaching job at Velma Perry Elementary in Lindale in a self-contained second grade class. She is also a Hatton Sumners Scholars alumna.
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Schreiner Oaks Society helps SU build a strong future
he Schreiner Oaks Society recognizes those friends who have included Schreiner in their estate plans. While most of these commitments will not be
fulfilled for many years, our entire learning community is encouraged by the knowledge that Schreiner’s financial future grows stronger by each gift. If you have included Schreiner in your will or other means—or if you would like to know how to do so— please call 830-792-7205. You do not have to disclose specific details of your plans to qualify as a member of the Schreiner Oaks Society.
Current Members Carol & Baxter Adams Linda & Don Adams Traci & Daron Allen Sandy & Jim Alsup Clarice Amann Tiffany Andresen Nancy Anguish H. C. Arbuckle Carrie & Scott Arrington Rick Assunto Estela & James Avery Teeka & Peter Baldwin Darlene & Dewayne Bannister Corey & Raymond Barker Cynthia Becker Lea† & Arthur Bell Verna & Joe Benham Anonymous Anita† & Spencer Blocker Lynn & Theo Blue Chica Greenlee & Allen Boatwright Marianne & Robert Bowers Cheryl & Chris Bratton Lloyd Brinkman Pat & Tom Browne Gaston Broyles Barbara Bruno Hazel Anne Burnett Debbie Burress Betty & William Byrd Paul Camfield William Campbell Atanacio Campos Isabel & Carlos Campos Diana & Anthony Comuzzie
Anonymous Carol & David Barker Bud Benning Amy & Steve Daniels Mary & Rene Canales Missy & Jarred Carter Susan Carver Helen Hagens & John Casbergue James Chamlee Beth & Eugene Chappell Dale “Chip” Chase Virginia Ruth & Jack† Clarke Jerry & Mark Clements Carolynn & Stan Cobbs Ellen Connelly Shirley & Julian Coskey Martha† & Frank Covert Anne & Richard Cree Janett & Harlan Crouse Priscilla & Gary Crozier Beverly & David† Cummings Elizabeth & Robert Cunningham Peggy & Thomas Currie Gloria & Ralph† Davis Rachel† & Clyde Day Cynthia Diaz de Leon Joan Dell Dolce Karen & John Dooley Elaine Murray Dreeben & Sam Dreeben Carol Jean & Walter Dunlap Jeannine & Patrick Dunn Laura Lewis Duty Julie & Wayne Eberly Linda & David Evans Kamron Farhoudi Donna & Royce Faulkner Judith & Warren Ferguson Page Foshee Alta & William† Foster Martha & Joe† Foy Sonya & Bill Franklin Mignonne Frantzen Carolyn & Wally Freeman
Jean & Mike Higgins Cee Parker Raymond Perrotta† Lena Rippstein Mike Frick B.K. & Fred Gamble Nancy Nixon Garcia Jessie† & Victor Earl† Garrett Mary Florence & Daniel Garza Donna & Creston Gay Patsy & William Goertz Elizabeth & John† Goforth Helen & Dan† Goodwin Louise Gorelick Gena & Neil Griffin Susie & John Grimes Mildred Grinstead Zaira & Andres Gutierrez Peggy & John Hainey Elizabeth Hall† Elizabeth Halm Jane & Richard Harben Charlotte & Roy Harrell Novia & Ross Harris Rebecca & William Harrison Claire Hartman Mary & Rufus Hayes Grinstead Henderson Family, L.P. Carolyn & Kelly Hildebrand Robin Hill Mary & Jerry Hilton Jane & Kyle Hobin M. Frances Hoffman Herbert Holchak Patsy Holekamp Elsa Hopkins-Calvin Kathleen Hudson Beth & David Johnson Edith & James† Johnson Aileen & Arthur Jones Fran & John Jones Nancy & E. Dixon Junkin Don Beth & Fred Junkin Adele & Sam Junkin
Danette Vines William L. Walker†
Susan Junkin Carole & Fred Kelly Robert Kelly Karen Davis Kilgore Robert Knight Laura & Weir Labatt Carolyn & Kenneth Landrum Louise† & Garland† Lang Missie & Sam Lanham Ann & James Laughlin Peg Layton & Steve Spahr Elizabeth Ledyard Bill Lemoine Mary Pennington Loftis & Dennis† Loftis Gill MacGregor Sue & Doug Maclay Mollie & Frank Maresh Carolyn & Everett† Marley Richard Marrs Ann & Gene Marshall Lorraine & Bill Marten Tricia & William Matthews Demmie Mayfield Karen & Maurice McAshan Cayce & Charlie McCormick Carol McDonald Janet McKinney Annmarie & Douglas Miles Robert Glenn Miller Betty & Tom Mobley Joanne Mosley John Moyer Linda & Leland Murphy Mary & Bill Muse Carol Nagle Lois & Harvey† Newberry Jean Nixon Lawrie Nomer Nancy & Robert Norris Gini Norris-Lane & Wes Lane
James Nugent Lea & Kyle Nye Kathleen Ocker Gloria Olsen Dot & Bill O’Neal Me-J. & John O’Neal Jane & Joe Owen Jennifer Palmer Barbara & Mike Pate Betty & Ralph Pelton Gerald Persyn Rae & Jimmie Peschel Joann Pfeister Lavon† & Verne Philips Susan Philips Suzy & Richard Pollard Harriet† & Harford Powel Caroline & Harwood Puett Charles Quereau Lou & Henry† Quinius Mary & Karl Ransleben Dalene & Robert Reagan Elise & William Reid Angie & Ed Richmond Stephenie & Randall Roberts Janet Robinson Myra Robinson Carolyn Roden Gary Rodriguez Louis Romero Elizabeth & Richard† Ryan Ammie Rose & Forrest† Salter Shirley & Bob Schmerbeck Elaine & Garland† Scogin Neel & Robert Scott Sharon & Loren Scribner Gerry† & Frank Seaman Cindy Sengel Betty & Joe Sheeler Barbara & Eldon Sheffer
President and Mrs. Summerlin (far left) and trustee family Neena and Ron Tefteller (far right) welcomed the newest members of the Schreiner Oaks Society who were able to attend the February dinner. From left: Carol and David Barker, Bud Benning, Steve Daniels, Bobbie Jean and Mike Higgins, Danette Vines and Cee Parker. Fronie & Robert† Shelton Susan & Randy Shepler Abby Shupe Marvin Singleton Betsy & Gary Slade Susan & Bill Sliva Janet & Tom Smith Jeanie & David Smith Marty Sorell Lois & Dan Sowards Mary & Walter Springall Sue & Jack Steele Pat Chastain & Fred Stevens Ralph Storm Claudia Sullivan Mary Ellen & Tim Summerlin Lane Tait Mark Talbot Neena & Ron Tefteller Lois & Jack† Thurmond Betty Tucker Dorothy Tucker Anne Turner Lisa & David Turner Shannon & Mark Tuschak Barbara Von Brandt Siemers & Paul Siemers Danny & Ed† Wagoner Catherine Wahrmund Betty & Jack† Walcher Kathie Walker Barbara & Barton Wallace Nancy & Ed Wallace Linda Wattonville Rebecca & Scott Weaver Kit Werlein Caroyl Wheelus Ruth & Elmore† Whitehurst Duane Whitlow Ann & Bill Wilde Billy Wilkinson
Marion & William Wilson John Wilton Jane & Ron Woellhof Marianne Wofford David Wolff Linda & Louis Womack Stephanie & William Woods Louise & Stan Woodward Jerri & Walter Workman Bob Wright Robert Young Ron Zarychta
Estates Evelin Abernathy Willard Amann Autie M. Anderson Ima Andrews Mardi Ashley Jeff Austin Louise & Jack Barbee Richard Barnes Joyce A. Bellomy Billy & Francis Benton Marion Bergin Martha & C.W. Bocock Earl Bruno Elaine Byrd Kathleen & Floyd Cailloux Cecilia Shepherd Cambias Joseph Cavitt Jewel Childs Dollie Cline Coralie Croom Virginia & Randall Cutlip Estha Davis Jonnie R. Davis
Nancy & Ralph Denham Lyde & Charles Devall Alma Dietert Doris & Clarence Dietert Merle & Raymond Dietert Eleanor & William Dozier Jeannette Early Carlton Eaton Marguerite & Andrew Edington Rosemary Egan Ruth Fagan Gladys & Ralph Fawcett Frances & Marion Ferguson Doris Fowler John Furman Dixie Garison Averill Gouldy Agatha & V. J. “Tex” Graham Joan & Carroll Griffin Fred Grinstead David Guin Mildred & Walter Guin Zelma Hardy Inez & Frank Harrison Florence Hayes Jean Herlin Ann & William Hollocher Wilba & Wrather Holmgreen Margaret & Richard Hosler Ben E. Jackson Maud Jennings George Junkin Isabelle Kitch Nell Schreiner Labatt Judy & Jack Lander Fern Laughlin Henry Lewis Elizabeth & Charles Liggett Luise Livingston Charlene & William Logan
Esther Lloyd Michael Looney Rachael Luna Michael MacGregor James Thurman Mackey Ruth Marten Mae & James Martin Gail & Mark Maxwell Mary Margaret Mayfield Edna Ann McMurray Evelyn & Leon Miller Luella Milner Oleta & Jacob Mixon Ida Rose Dietert & C. E. Moore Daisy Morris James Mosley Douglas Motley Julie & Park Myers Bennett Nance Nancy Neal Beryl & Erwin Nevill Jean Worthington Onion Lucy Page Louise Paine Wilma Palmer Lucile Pampell Ernest & Josephine Parker Laura Patton Lillian Peek Raymond Perrotta David Perry Alpha Mae Pollock Kathryn & Robert Porcher Ray Presley Paul Prestwich Cleo Burk Prestwood Ruth & Nelson Puett Sara & Tom Ratcliffe Ann & Browne Rice Hazel Richmond
Clara Rickbeil Herbert Rigsbee Betty Robinson Mary & Raymond Roche Lillian Rogers Mary & Bernard Rohe Emmy & Moak Rollins Josephine Romero Caroline Ross Elinor & Robert Ross Eloise & Ruben Rusche Jonathan Sallas Edith Schmerbeck Beulah & Creighton Secor Mary Frances Sherlock Shirley Sherman Mary Sivley Jeanne & Robert Slobod Helen Snow Bernice Springall W. C. Steed Jean Storm Hettie Streithoff Mary Galen Thomas Ethel Lee Tracy Robert Trull Gordon Tucker Laverne Turner Roberta Van Alstyne Mary Wagoner William Walker Margaret & Dayton Walkup Eva Wasson June & George Weitz Gordon Wellborn Cleve Wheelus Mary Wight L. A. Wilson Toddie Lee Wynne † - deceased MOMENTUM 2014
Schreiner Appreciates Tribute Gifts
chreiner appreciates gifts made as tributes or as memorial recognition. In most instances, these gifts support general scholarships—always Schreiner’s greatest need. However, we also welcome gifts for other purposes: an academic or co-curricular program, the library, campus ministry, buildings and grounds, general endowment, etc.
The families of those being remembered receive a tasteful card that informs them of the gift and its purpose. Donation amounts are not disclosed.
If you would like more information about memorial or tribute giving, please call 830-792-7430. Or visit us online at www.schreiner.edu/giving
Tribute Gifts (Red type names the honoree.) Admission & Financial Aid Staff Caroline Randall Darlene Bannister Carolynn & Stan Cobbs BSN future graduates Carlo A. Piraino Mr. & Mrs. Mark Burroughs Susan & William Penland Boardman Chambers Katherine & Win Thurber
Clyde W. Day Carolynn & Stan Cobbs
Russell C. Joseph Becky & Ralph O’Connor
C.W. Ferguson Rhonda & T. Roy Martin
Mr. and Mrs. John Scott Mooring Susan & William Penland
Judy Ferguson Rhonda & T. Roy Martin Ann & James Gibbs Susan & William Penland H.L. Jennings Dorinda & Randle Jennings
Lea & Kyle Nye Alice & Erle Nye Verne D. Philips Page Foshee William H. Reid The Rogers Foundation
Stephenie & Randy Roberts G.A. Randolph Jerre & William Roberts Elizabeth R. Ryan Julia Norton-Keidel Jack Steele Lauren & Matthew Gant Sue Steele Charles T. Summerlin Carolyn & Arthur Allison
“Let us not grieve beyond letting go— for in the tree of life our roots are forever entwined.”
Memorials (Red type names the honoree.) William Astoria Carrie Astoria Mary Jelley Walter Fay Averitt Neena & Ron Tefteller C.E. Berrio Charlotte & Roy Harrell John G. Bishop Francisco Bernal Beverly Bishop Michelle Burrows Maria Clyburn Joanne Dixon Barnita Francis Kenneth Miller Patricia Montoya Stephanie Scheyer Anonymous Thomas Waits Denise Blomstrom Lena Rippstein Ronald Bowen Janice Bowen Theodore Boyce Kenton Ahrens Arthur Allison Walden Freeman Barbara & Eldon Sheffer Bays R. Bryant Roy Harrell Martha Covert Jean & Dennis Murphree Cathy & Ray Renner
Thomas David Krystal Petty Marian & Lawrence Davis Laura & Weir Labatt Mary Ellen & Tim Summerlin Texas Presbyterian Foundation Wilbur Dunk Bret Ford Bronson Evans Elizabeth Lewis Pat McConnell George Reynolds Stephen M. Furbush Anonymous Mollie & Frank Maresh John McLean Michael Furbush Richard Goldberg Jerold Shetler Ian Hannay Mary Ellen & Charles Summerlin William S. Hollocher Linda Tarrant William M. Jackson David Jackson Richard Jones Kayser Priscilla & Gregg Johnson Coach Albert “Monk” Keith Amy & Steve Daniels
Evelyn Latimer Darlene & Dewayne Bannister Laura Batchelder Michael Looney John Greenlee Joe E. Maxwell Kathleen Maxwell-Rambie Sam A. May Ann & Jerry Marshall Peggy S. Monroe Barbara Bruno Priscilla & Gary Crozier Julia Finger Scott L. Murphy Cathy & Samuel Atkins Garrett R. Mynatt Michael Mynatt Robert J. Pacharzina Joyce & Bob Barton Susan & Randy Shepler E.H. Patton Sue & Jack Steele Lillie Picard Kristen McAlexander Ilene Roemer Walter Roemer Elinor & Robert J. Ross Robert T. Ross
Iva I. Ryan Stacy & Mike Cortez Lana & Sidney Croft Laurie & Les Daughtry B.D. Fischer Bobby House Barbara Lewis Phil Nessler Susan & Randy Shepler Todd W. Schwennesen Thomas Schwennesen Gerry Seaman Mary Ellen & Tim Summerlin Shirley Sherman Nancy & Lee Gunnerson Dan Smith John Walters C.W. Sunday The W.T. & Louise J. Moran Foundation Pat Tinley Harvey Brinkman Robbie & Harold Crocker Kittredge Werlein Ed L. Wagoner Anonymous Carolynn & Stan Cobbs Thad L. Weber Sue & Jack Steele Barbara Winslow John Winslow
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When we arrived in North Carolina, we were ranked 16th. But we took the lead the very first day and never relinquished it. All of us were envisioning holding up the National Championship trophy… and it looked like it just might happen. I’m honored to be on one of the most deserving and hardworking teams whose dream of that moment became a reality. My team-mates and I will never forget it!” — Cheyne Kendall Kendall, a senior graphics arts major from Houston’s Deer Park, hopes to become a professional golfer when he graduates. He does have a Plan B, however, and that is working as a graphic designer for one of the major golf companies.