A Report for Our Friends schreiner university â€˘ 2012
Mission Statement: Schreiner University, a liberal arts institution affiliated by choice and covenant with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), 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.
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Dear Friends, “Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might.” Those words from the book of Ecclesiastes came to mind as I was reflecting on the content of this year’s “Momentum.” Our culture of obsolescence is too often comfortable with a different motto—“Do what it takes to get by or do no more than you have to.” We are all too familiar with the results of that attitude. So it delights me that the stories you will find in this publication reflect the first view, not the second. There is nothing minimalist in the attitude of donors like Neil and Gena Griffin or the community volunteers who make the Hill Country College Fund a perennial success. These are people who dig deep to contribute to something about which they are passionate. Similarly, as you read the stories about living and learning communities, our language consortium, expanded musical ensembles, student service engagement, Schreiner Recycles and an athletic program going places, I hope you see something of the passion for quality that animates our campus. Not every Schreiner graduate is as quickly appreciative as Stephanie Samayoa of the broad
interplay of learning opportunity and personal support a Schreiner education affords, but it is a discovery that many make not long after they graduate and go on to work or further study. There are various ways to capture this aspect of life at Schreiner. I have called it a passion for quality. It is certainly a feature of “learning by heart,” because what you do with all your might, you do from the heart. And of course, our ability to accomplish those things that have been done as well as those we are still dreaming of is intertwined with the passion that you, our friends and donors, have for the work we have claimed now for nearly 90 years. Again, to quote Ecclesiastes, “Two are better than one,” and we at Schreiner are indeed made better by our relationship with you—our community and our friends.
All the best,
C. Tim Summerlin President
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Development News Campus Projects Academic Life Community Outreach Financial Facts Honor Roll of Donors Momentum 2012
Board of Trustees
Officers of the Board Chair: Mr. Mike Pate Vice Chair: Mr. Weir Labatt Secretary: Mr. Walter Workman Term Expiring 2013 The Rev. Dr. Stuart Baskin Mr. Philip Hering Mr. Frank Maresh Ms. Vicky Pappas Mr. Darrel Rice Ms. Angie Richmond Mr. Charles Sapp Mr. Nicholas Serafy Mr. Brian Sullivan Mr. Billy Wilkinson Mr. Walter Workman
Tyler Waco Hunt Houston Dallas San Antonio San Antonio Brownsville Austin Austin Kerrville
Term Expiring 2014 Mr. James Alsup Ms. Nancy Anguish Mr. Tom Baldwin Ms. Susan Stephens Brooks Mr. Mark Clements Dr. Gary Allen Crozier Mr. Bill Harrison Mr. Thomas Weir Labatt, III Ms. Janet McKinney Ms. Lea Nye Mr. Robert Parker Mr. Israel Pe単a The Rev. Dean Pogue
Midland Midland San Antonio San Angelo Spicewood Kerrville San Antonio San Antonio Kerrville San Antonio Houston Boerne Katy
Term Expiring 2015 Mr. Rick Cree Dr. Demmie Mayfield Ms. Nancy Paup Mr. Michael Pate Ms. Jane Ragsdale Mr. Karl Ransleben Dr. William Reid Mr. Robert Scott Mr. Max Sherman Mr. Ron Tefteller
Dallas San Antonio Fort Worth Washington, D.C. Hunt Fredericksburg Horseshoe Bay Falfurrias Austin San Antonio
Advisory Trustees Ms. Anne Compton Mr. J. B. (Bubba) Coskey* The Rev. Dr. David Evans Mr. Jimmie Peschel Mr. Stuart Sliva Mr. Bill Wilson* The Rev. Dr. John Wurster
Dallas Houston Austin Kerrville El Paso Kerrville Houston
* denotes inactive status
Trustees Emeriti Mr. James Avery Mr. Peter Baldwin
University Officers Dr. Tim Summerlin President Dr. Charlie McCormick Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Ms. Peg Layton Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services Mr. Bill Muse Vice President for Administration and Finance Mr. Mark Tuschak Vice President for Advancement and Public Affairs Dr. Candice Scott Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs for Library, Technology and Academic Services Ms. Lane Tait Assistant Vice President for Marketing
Deans Dr. Diana Comuzzie Trull School of Sciences & Math Dr. David Smith Cailloux School of Professional Studies Dr. William Woods School of Liberal Arts Ms. Karen Davis Kilgore Director of Development
Crocker leads volunteers in raising $565,000 for area students
ill Country realtor Harold Crocker is the 2012-13 chair of the longestrunning annual campaign that Schreiner relies upon each year: the Hill Country College Fund (HCCF). In a way, his volunteer
leadership has come full circle; in the 1970s, Crocker served as Schreiner’s business manager. Thus, he knows firsthand that scholarships for local students are critical. Crocker’s first order of business was to select his “Cabinet”—a group of respected citizens who could help put together a volunteer workforce to raise funds in Kerr, Kimble, Kendall, Bandera, Edwards, Real and Gillespie Counties. Students from these counties are eligible to receive Hill Country Tuition Grants from proceeds of the annual campaign. Assisting Crocker are leaders Jeff Talarico, Helen Herd, Mike Graxiola, Cindy Becker and Dr. David Smith. A Kerrville financial advisor, Talarico will head the Advanced Gift division which works to secure major gifts in time for the campaign’s kick off in late September. Helen Herd will lead the Community Gifts Division. A veteran volunteer at SU, Herd has previously worked the Learning by Heart fundraisers Schreiner hosts each spring. Kerrville Daily Times publisher Mike Graxiola adroitly leads the Business Gifts Division. Fortunately for Schreiner, Graxiola has a hard time saying no, apparently. This is his third year as a major leader for the campaign.
Photo above: From left, Mike Graxiola, Harold Crocker, Jeff Talarico, Helen Herd, Beth Johnson and Cindy Becker. Not shown: Dr. David Smith.
The University Gifts Divisions depends upon the generosity of campus faculty and staff. Cindy Becker, alumna and the president’s administrative assistant, and Dr. David Smith, dean of the Cailloux School of Professional Studies, are aptly leading the internal campaign. Development officer Beth Johnson is liaison to the Cabinet and more than 50 volunteers who are enthusiastically asking their friends, neighbors and business associates to contribute to this important campaign.
Amount SU will provide in direct scholarships, grants and campus jobs this academic year— a new and challenging record!
Graduates Liz Lacy and Matt Bogler share their Schreiner experiences with Neil and Gena Griffin.
Griffin Family Pledges $2.5 Million for Scholarships We enjoy a blessed life and believe the best way we can express our gratitude is by helping others along the way. If I had not had a scholarship, a college education would have been enormously difficult to achieve. It’s a lot of fun for Gena and me to know we are helping young people change their lives and their opportunities.
errville residents Gena and F. O’Neil Griffin have thoughtfully created an estate plan that will fund a significant scholarship in four years.
Proceeds from a charitable trust that concludes in 2016 will underwrite one of the largest endowments Schreiner will own and will benefit Hill Country students in perpetuity. A well-known philanthropist and business leader, Griffin believes in “paying it forward.” He and Mrs. Griffin have generously supported scholarship endowments for Alamo College, Arkansas State (his alma mater) and now, Schreiner University. They are also major contributors to cancer research and the arts. Hill Country students with strong academic credentials will be eligible for the Griffin Endowed Scholarships for four continuous years, provided they
— F. O’Neil Griffin
maintain a 3.5 grade point average and excel as campus citizens. President Tim Summerlin is elated with this show of support. “Neil is a former trustee who was instrumental when Schreiner made the transition to baccalaureate status in the early 1980s. Not long ago, he confided in me that he had been observing Schreiner in recent years and was pleased by its positive direction,” the president explains. “What an outstanding way to be a part of that direction—to fund scholarships. Our single most compelling need is always student financial aid. To have an endowment of this size providing annual merit scholarships strengthens our ability to offer a premier learning experience for our students. How grateful we are,” adds Summerlin.
Pays Tribute to Military Heroes and Offers Places for Fellowship and Reflection
n undeveloped area on campus is newly transformed to an attractive gathering space connecting three strategic buildings.
The buried swimming pool with its historic drainage issues is now “The Commons.” Visually connecting the Cailloux Campus Activity Center, the Elaine Griffin Welcome Center and the Scott Schreiner Dining Hall, this area is among the most traveled spots on campus and often one of the first places visitors see. “As our student enrollment grows, the need for welcoming campus places grows, too. It is gratifying to walk through ‘The Commons’ and think about all of the quiet conversations and friendships that will unfold in such an inviting space,” says Peg Layton, vice president of enrollment and student services. “As I walk from the parking lot to my office, I think how lucky I am to have a lovely park greeting me every morning.” In addition to furniture, landscaping and shade, “The Commons” features a Memorial Wall honoring 103 Schreiner former students who died in World War II, Korea and Vietnam. The plaques with their names will arrive later this fall. “In a busy world it is important to have places that allow, even urge, us to be contemplative,” says President Tim Summerlin. “And it is important— given our history as a military prep school—to have a space that honors the service of those who lost their lives serving our country.” “Our Memorial Wall will bear witness of their sacrifice to present and future generations despite the passage of time and the distractions of a busy world,” he adds. Shade, landscaping, a stage:
“The Commons” offers an informal gathering space for groups of all sizes.
Schreiner is thoughtfully making every corner of campus as attractive as it can be, given our semiarid environment. I am so happy to help with this campus scape—not only for the inviting, park-like environment it creates, but also because this tribute to courageous young people is proper and right.
— James Avery
Local artist and craftsman James Avery volunteered to help with the Memorial Walk and Wall’s design and has diligently guided the limestone and red brick edifice from concept to reality. An active and generous patron of Schreiner for more than 30 years, Avery is well noted for his keen interest in aesthetics—not only for the jewelry his namesake company creates, but also for buildings and grounds, interiors and exteriors. Avery also has a military past. As a B-26 pilot, Avery flew 44 missions over Germany in World War II. And his own birthday coincidentally falls on Pearl Harbor Day: Dec. 7. Photo above:
James Avery shares his concept for the Memorial Wall with SU students who are veterans. From left: Brandon Gaston, U.S. Army; Michael Stebbins, U.S. Army; James Avery; President Tim Summerlin; Director of Facilities Services, Dale Myers; Christopher Weaks, U.S. Navy; Noor Becker, spouse of Norman Becker; and Norman Becker, U.S. Army.
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Schreiner Event Center will relieve facilities shortage and provide an inviting community venue
chreiner is seeking gifts totaling $10.6 million to complete funding for the second phase of campus improvements in athletics and recreation. Mountaineer Center, a 27,000
sq. ft. health and recreation center, opened to rave reviews in 2009. A drive-through on the east side of campus reflects millions of dollars invested in that new building and in the upgrading of tennis courts, softball and soccer fields, the swimming pool and Edington Gym. All agree that it is now time to make the second phase a top construction priority. As an independent university, all funding comes from friends, businesses and charitable foundations—not from state allocations.
Plans include a new gymnasium worthy of NCAA Division III intercollegiate athletics. The 35,000 square foot facility—tentatively called the SU Event Center—will address a serious shortage of gymnasium space. Current athletic and intramural facilities face enormous scheduling challenges, and some teams have to host practice sessions as early as 6:30 a.m. or as late as 9:30 p.m. New lighting on the athletics fields will also permit night games, adding much more flexibility. The new Event Center will also provide a welcome gathering space for all-university events, such as baccalaureate and commencement exercises. In addition, during some times of the year, this modern facility will be available for other Hill Country organizations to use and enjoy.
of Schreiner’s athletes achieved a 3.0 or better grade point average last spring. The women’s softball team snagged an impressive 3.47 GPA, while the men’s baseball team turned in 3.08—not bad at all. 10
We believe that the athletics experience has a particularly important function at SU. Our goal for every team and every student is excellence in everything we do. That starts with academics, but we also understand that athletic opportunities are very important to a student choosing a college. Our commitment is to use the sports experience to help young people best prepare for great success in life.
– Ron Macosko Athletics Director
Schreiner Enters Prestigious Athletic Conference
n 2013, Schreiner will
join the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC), comprised of colleges known for solid academics and competitive athletics. Many consider the SCAC the premier NCAA Division III conference in the West. Schreiner will join six highly respected universities in our region:
Trinity University (San Antonio) Southwestern University (Georgetown) Austin College (Sherman) Colorado College (Colorado Springs, CO) University of Dallas (Irving) Centenary College (Shreveport, LA)
Men’s Basketball Team Clinches First Post-Season Play
chreiner’s men’s basketball team made history last school year. With a home win over Concordia
University in February, the team earned SU’s first-ever post-season bid to American Southwest Conference tournament play. Although the team fell to Dallas in the first round, the men and coach Drew Miller entered school record books with 13 overall wins and 11 conference wins. New coach Jimmy Smith takes over the team in 2012-13.
Want to read what our students are reading? Honors students just finished their summer assignment: â€œThe Narcissism Epidemic: Living in the Age of Entitlementâ€? by psychologists Jean M. Twenge and Keith Campbell.
Living and Learning Communities (LLC’s) Help Create Premier Place of Learning
chreiner now offers four Living and Learning Communities (LLC’s) for entering freshmen, enabling them to share their college experiences—
in and out of the classroom—with other new students with similar interests and/or career goals. These communities include ACE, Exodus, Honors and Vesalius—each providing a dedicated living space in one of SU’s dormitories and a plentiful variety of learning opportunities. These include specific coursework and research assignments, guest lectures, field trips and service projects. These customized learning environments are another reflection of the administration and faculty’s commitment to create and sustain a premier place of learning. A.C.E. stands for awareness, connection and engagement. It gathers those students who want to explore various majors and career opportunities before choosing specific academic paths. Students will learn to recognize and fine-tune their own values, skills and interests through a variety of activities, including actual work experience. They will also connect with alumni and friends in the workforce and discover potential opportunities for summer internships. Director of Career Services, Cristina Martinez and “Schreiner Connects” volunteer, Janet McKinney, will guide this program. Exodus began in 2011 and emphasizes academics, discipleship, service and off-campus retreats. The Rev. Gini Norris Lane, campus minister, views Exodus as an extension of a lively campus ministry program at SU. The resident advisor is campus ministry assistant director, Hayley Marlar.
Honors allows academically advanced students to collaborate on ideas, participate in challenging research concepts, and grow as student leaders. While the Honors Program has existed for many years, this fall launches the first intentional living community for firstyear Honors students. In addition to serving as mentors to other students, Honors members will be selecting service and research projects this semester that have an impact on both the campus and the community. Rexford Quick, Digital Services Librarian, is Honors Program Director. The Vesalius community will be taking selected courses together and discussing pertinent topics during regular community meetings and spontaneous conversations in the dorm. Named after the “Father of Anatomy,” Dr. Andreas Vesalius, this new LLC serves freshmen students intending to pursue medicinerelated careers.
I hope the Vesalius Living and Learning Community will nurture creative, interdisciplinary thinking in ways that the health professions are actually thirsting to see. Many students do not perceive health care as an interdisciplinary and imaginative enterprise; however, the next steps of progress in health care will be built by exactly the kind of innovative and interconnected development that Schreiner (and specifically Vesalius) can foster. —Dr. Krisann Muskievicz
Dr. Pauline Chen’s “Final Exam: A Surgeon’s Reflections on Mortality” is the Vesalius LLC’s book for the semester.
As faculty advisor, Muskievicz is well-equipped for the role with a Ph.D. in Medical Humanities and thousands of hours of experience in medical settings. She is a member of the Peterson Regional Medical Center’s Biomedical Ethics Committee and has guided medical students and residents in healthcare ethics from neonatal ICUs to traditional end-of-life concerns.
Generous Gift Enables
New Videoconferencing Facilities
family with historic ties to university libraries has made a generous gift that enables Schreiner to enter the high tech world of distance learning with equipment that rivals resources at any other colleges—public or private, large or small. The William
Logan Library debuts its first high definition video conferencing studio this fall and enables 21st century learning to take place in an exciting new way—the Texas Language Consortium. Dr. Candice Scott, associate vice president for academic affairs for library, technology and academic services, says the gift came with perfect timing.
“Teleconferencing technology in the ScarlePhilips Room will not only allow us to launch our foreign language consortia courses, but will also let faculty teaching any course to bring guest speakers or panels to their students seamlessly and with high definition reception that negates the issue of distance,” she explains. “This gift from the Philips family honors the memory of bibliophile Lavon Philips, a lifelong patron of libraries. It provides a complete renovation of the space that will add laptop workstations and comfortable areas for small group discussions, too,” Scott adds. “We could not be more pleased.”
582 + 500 “This Week in the Civil War,” written by history professor Dr. John Huddleston, are Texas Public Radio’s unique offerings several times a day to listening audiences throughout San Antonio and the Hill Country. Huddleston has already created more than half of these historical vignettes and intends
Starting this Fall
Texas Language Consortium Makes the State Our Classroom
chreiner is a charter member of the Texas Language Consortium,
a collaboration of five liberal arts colleges that are expanding foreign language options to students.
Consulting on the pilot program is the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education, a nonprofit agency that helps liberal arts universities enrich undergraduate education through new teaching methods and advanced technology. Schreiner will teach German to college students across the state, thanks to the skill of Silke Feltz, English and German instructor. Feltz is a native of Bavaria, Germany, who joined the SU faculty in 2008. Other schools include Concordia University in Austin (teaching Mandarin Chinese), Texas Lutheran University in Seguin (Spanish), and Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth (French). Each university will provide courses through high-definition video conferencing labs with assigned faculty and proctor support. Lubbock Christian University will also enroll students in these classes and expects to offer instruction in subsequent years. “This consortium represents an effort to improve the quality of the educational experience for students at our institutions in a way that is cost effective,” comments Dr. Charlie McCormick, SU provost and vice president for academic affairs. “We hope the additional breadth and depth of languages that we offer students will encourage all of our students to develop competency in a second or even a third language.”
Instructor of English and German
to “see the war through” with another 500. And good news beyond the learning opportunity: each broadcast credits the history department of Schreiner University.
Making Music Everywhere: Schreiner groups are pleased to sing and play for community events
hile classwork, tests and final exams limit their performance calendars, Schreinerâ€™s music faculty and students need and appreciate displaying their talents for community events. This year, the new Chamber
(University Choir, the advanced Concert Choir, and selected ensembles)
Ensemble launches and the Concert Band starts its second year of activity. Add these to choral groups of various sizes and a variety of musical offerings become available. Are you responsible for a civic club program or a holiday party? All of Schreinerâ€™s musical groups (except for Symphony of the Hills) are available for bookings, subject to the academic calendar. Please contact the faculty advisor to find out more.
Michael Kahl 830-285-5116 MGKahl@schreiner.edu (string orchestra beginning this fall)
Patricia Lee 210-823-5538 PKLee@schreiner.edu
University Concert Band
Dr. Tamara Raatz 830-896-9763 TARaatz@schreiner.edu
Choir Students Sing and Study in Ireland
horal music director Michael Kahl led 17 students and some community friends on a musical tour of Ireland May 19-28. They performed at
Kylemore Abbey in Galway, St. John’s Church in Tralee, St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin and with an Irish choir in Kill. And, of course, they toured the Emerald Isle’s beloved and beautiful historical sites. Students also enjoyed the once-in-alifetime experience of participating in a master class at the Cork School of Music. Here, they learned techniques for improving their overall quality, including listening more closely to their group sound rather than focusing just on individual performance.
Choral students raise funds for two years before an international trip. Thanks to sellout crowds for their spring Musical Theatre— “From Doo-Wop to the Age of Aquarius”— the group raised more than $10,000 to help defray costs. Several encouraging friends also made contributions to their trip and/or purchased auction items. A significant side effect of their trip is students’ growth as they learn to travel together. According to Kahl, students learn to be punctual, flexible, observant and kind. And, of course, they return to America with far deeper appreciation of other cultures. All signs of learning by heart…
An international blessing
chreiner students pursuing violin, viola or cello have a unique opportunity to learn from an internationally known master musician. Concertmaster
One of Zhou’s star protégées is his daughter, Nancy, an international competitor now studying at Harvard University and the New England Conservatory of Music.
for Symphony of the Hills, Mr. Long Zhou offers private lessons for Schreiner’s lucky students. A graduate of the Shanghai Conservatory of China and the University of Houston, Zhou is a member of the San Antonio Symphony and past associate concertmaster of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. He has been a soloist with the symphonies of Shanghai, Beijing, Austin and Houston and has been the guest artist for the Shen Zhen Symphony in China and the Macau Symphony. Zhou is director and founder of Strings in Motion, a youth string ensemble in San Antonio. Momentum 2012
“Learning by Heart” is... an invitation to embrace a way of living that is more than intellectual. Using hearts, minds and spirits in their quests for knowledge, students and their mentors reach a deeper understanding of the world around them and their places in it. a conviction that learning embraces challenge and transforms students into citizens imbued with discernment, compassion and concern for the common good. a belief that where students have been matters much less than where they are going; it’s a commitment to engage with students in attaining the knowledge, skills and values essential to a successful and satisfying life. This philosophy permeates all our decisions.
August 23, 2012 Dear Dr. Comuzzie, of a different I never realized how much offer. I can see education Schreiner has to d we work in while I’m here at Duke an big difference groups and present what a ching makes the liberal approach to tea te. These kids for how people communica in most of the would have been eaten alive ey are smart as classes I’ve taken at SU. Th pressing that or of whips, but incapable of ex at they are told. thinking outside exactly wh g the showcase or I can’t imagine them doin even a groupa “Miller”* problem set, or worked synthesis. I could thank Thanks for that, and I wish But I’ll settle the whole academic body. helped and for the professors who have influenced me the most. Thoughts from SMDEP,
* J ust what is a “Miller”? Chemistry professor Kiley Miller rarely believes in administering a traditional test. Instead, he sends students all over campus much like a scavenger hunt—measuring this, analyzing that, determining what kind of equipment is needed for thorough analysis. Jake (pictured above)—who intends to do graduate study in biomedical research—explains: “Miller’s problem sets require not just knowledge, but also an equal measure of creativity and academic courage.” Students have been known to brag that they have spent as much as 24 hours on a take-home test. F rom an e-mail written by Jake Crawley, SU junior and biochemistry major, to his professors during his study this summer at Duke’s Summer Medical and Dental Enrichment Program (SMDEP), a competitive and difficult program in which to gain acceptance.
Graduate reflects on her “Learning by Heart” education:
“I had the best college experience EVER!”
graduate, Stephanie Samayoa headed to Washington D.C. a few weeks ago to begin classes at George Washington School of Law.
Ranked in the nation’s top 20 law schools, George Washington attracted Stephanie, who is from Spain, because the school has a strong international program in a city “full of intellectuals, career opportunities, and incomparable cultural, political and social events.” Samayoa says Schreiner gave her the confidence to step out of her “comfort zone” and realize she could accomplish anything she worked hard to obtain, including competing for and securing acceptance at several top-tier law schools. Samayoa’s praise centers on the faculty. “Schreiner developed my writing skills by
Stephanie shares good news of another law school acceptance with Dr. Adam Feltz.
providing seminars, challenging classes and thoughtful feedback from professors,” Samayoa said. “On every single essay I wrote, I received excellent recommendations and various points of view from professors who helped me become proficient, articulate and concise.” “I am so thankful to the people who offered me a scholarship to attend SU and continued to support all of my endeavors. I had the best support system at Schreiner. Whether it was my mentor, Dr. Adam Feltz, or my sorority sisters, I never felt alone or abandoned. I always felt like I fit in and I am so happy and excited for the rest of my future,” the future international lawyer adds. “Everyone at SU made my journey the best and I will remember my undergrad experience with so much love and appreciation.” Momentum 2012
Claiming New Life for a Grand Old Building
chreiner’s history faculty and librarians have worked nonstop since SU took possession of a downtown treasure: the
former home on Earl Garrett Street of Captain Charles Schreiner and his family. Their hard work was joined by the enthusiasm and sweat equity of the 2012 class of Leadership Kerr County, who chose the Mansion project for their brains and brawn as a leadership class. Officially reopening in May as the Schreiner Mansion Historic Site and Education Center, this stately downtown landmark now has a bright future as a gathering place for symposia, meetings, exhibits and even weddings. “This service project by Leadership Kerr County powerfully contributes to the revitalization of downtown,” explains Mark Tuschak, vice president for advancement and public affairs. “Many donors and volunteers contributed significant funding and many hours to make this project a success.”
Members of the 2011-2012 Leadership Kerr County class and steering committee at the mansion ribbon cutting.
(visitors, that is) strolled through opening weekend of the Schreiner Mansion, Historic Site and Education Center. This grand old Kerrville landmark, now the property of SU, had an exciting past—first as Captain Charles Schreiner’s family home and later as The Hill Country Museum. Watch for an interesting array of exhibits, lectures and gatherings in years to come. 20
Leadership Kerr County Class of 2012
Scott Bolton Brandon Briery Richard G. Eastland, Jr. Edward S. Eastland Heath Gregory Ron Hackett Machelle A. Hazelett
Rick Assunto Mike Bowlin Francelle Collins Joe Herring, Jr.
Allison R. Hinton Lee Howard Kristen R. Johle Denise LeMeilleur Justin MacDonald Laurie Montgomery Janelle R. Peralt
Steve Schulte Amber Thomas Lee Vanacker Ray Watson William W. Woods
SU Faculty & Staff Danielle Brigati Dan Brown Tammi Clanton James & Ylanda Copeland Environmental Management Ashley Firasek
John Huddleston Jared Jones Stephanie Keller Logan Library Staff Elizabeth Loggie Charlie McCormick Alice McDaniel Vicki Mullins
Rex Quick James Rector Jeremy Roethler Candice Scott Lane Tait Mark Tuschak Lisa Turner Kathie Walker
David Jackson Julie Leonard Joe Luther William Rector, M.D.
David Ross LeRoy Schlechte Francis Swayze Lanza Teague
Donors Behr Products Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country (Cailloux Family Fund) Meg Clark City of Kerrville Home Depot David “Snuffy” Jackson
Kerr County Abstract Co. LeMeilleur’s RV Truck & Equipment Repair Kathy Ragsdale Rotary Club of Kerrville Schreiner Goods Terminix
Contractors/Vendors Anderson Steadham Construction Kerrville Landscaping
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Campus Ministry Team
Responds to the Region’s Crises
hen a Schreiner student’s uncle lost everything in the Bastrop wildfire last September, 26 students went to help almost immediately.
During spring break, a group representing four denominations returned to offer muscle, sweat, heart and prayers. Working with long-term volunteers at Faith Village in Smithville, students completed more than 200 hours of service. Their task? Creating a volunteer village to house teams of volunteers for the next several years as Bastrop continues its recovery. The work was gratifying, though not glamorous: setting up bathroom trailers, cutting down trees, grating, digging and plumbing.
Campus Minister, the Rev. Gini NorrisLane led the groups on both work missions. “We’ve come to understand that it takes so much more than good intentions to really make an impact,” Norris-Lane said. “That wildfire was to Bastrop County what Katrina was to New Orleans. If through our participation in the President’s Challenge and Better Together we can give students the skills needed to organize and address larger community issues, then we will have succeeded in creating a new generation of leaders. They will be ready to work with diverse groups to implement solutions to the problems that plague their communities.”
You are cordially invited to share
Monday Night Fiction (an informal gathering of those who love to read and discuss)
“The Hunger Games” “Catching Fire” “Mockingjay” by Suzanne Collins Moderator: D r. William Woods, professor of English, and dean of the School of Liberal Arts October 15:
“Get Shorty” by Elmore Leonard
Moderator: T om Wells, professor of exercise science and interdisciplinary studies
Photo above: Members of the Schreiner University men’s baseball team hand out groceries at a recent food bank distribution. Photo below: Alma Avalos and Sergio Ozuna enjoy a tutoring session.
Reading and Writing Academy Offers Fine Community Service
he brainchild of education instructor Karen Backor, the SU Reading and Writing Academy has been changing lives for the last five years.
The “Academy” welcomes youngsters who have been nominated by their teachers to “help” college students become better teachers. What the youngsters do not know is that they, themselves, are in need of remedial reading and writing education. When the young students arrive on campus, November 19:
they find smart, dedicated people who believe in their potential to learn and who are committed to increasing their young charges’ self confidence and skills. According to Backor, it is soul-satisfying to watch entire families change their views about education and even their life goals. As the children dramatically improve their reading and writing skills, their ambitions to finish school—and even go to college— grow. And, of course, pre-service teachers gain an impressive credit to put on their resumes: working successfully with at-risk children. The SU Reading and Writing Academy is a contender for the 2012 Star Award for “Closing the Gaps,” a competition sponsored by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
“The Beginner’s Goodbye”
“Between the Assassinations”
Moderator: S ally Hannay, associate professor of English
Moderator: Dr. Mary Grace Antony, assistant professor of communication studies
by Anne Tyler
by Aravind Adiga
Moderator: S ilke Feltz, instructor (English, German)
Moderator: Dr. Candice Scott, associate VPAA for library, technology & academic services
“The Reader” by Bernhard Schlink
“The Lifeboat” by Charlotte Rogan
All programs begin at 7 p.m. in the ScarlePhilips Room of the William Logan Library. For further details, please contact Silke Feltz, director of Monday Night Fiction, firstname.lastname@example.org. Momentum 2012
Facts Selected Financial Statistics
Assets Cash and cash equivalent $2,401,907 Accounts and pledges receivable 1,052,374 Other assets 1,966,490 Investments 50,352,869 Land, buildings and equipment, net 54,935,747 Total assets $110,709,387 Liabilities Accounts payable Deposits and deferred revenue Notes payable Total liabilities
$1,660,674 844,628 16,094,497 $18,599,799
Net Assets Unrestricted $49,825,481 Temporarily restricted 7,978,726 Permanently restricted 34,305,381 Total net assets $92,109,588
Total liabilities and net assets
The above numbers are unaudited. Fiscal year concludes May 31.
Gifts and grants 12%
Net tuition and fees 50%
Academic Institutional support support 7% Student services 25% 18%
New Vice President
Pleased to Join Schreiner Team
r. Bill Muse, former associate vice president for university planning, budgeting and analysis at The University of Montana, joined the senior administration last fall. In addition to
praising his colleagues for thoughtfully managing “the phenomenal growth of the past decade,” Muse is impressed at the level of philanthropy Schreiner’s donors display. “SU is increasingly a premier place of learning, transforming the lives of its students,” Muse observes. “I have had the chance to see firsthand the outstanding young people who emerge from their Schreiner experience, and to see the interaction and connection between these students and the faculty and staff at Schreiner whose work exemplifies what we mean when we say ‘Learning by Heart.’”
Under Muse’s Leadership and Student Senate’s Initiative: Recycling Saves Thousands of Dollars in Campus Operations
t is gratifying to see something the students started have such a visible positive impact on the environment, while also reducing waste disposal expenses. Our campuswide recycling effort involves students
at every level, from those who are using the recycling bins the student senate purchased for the dorms and apartments, to those who drive the gator to gather and transport the materials across campus to the Recycling Center. “It is an example of experiential learning,” says Muse, “and is only the beginning of what we will see over the next few years, as students, faculty and staff team up to be good stewards of the environment.”
of paper have successfully been recycled in the first six months of SU’s recycling program. Momentum 2012
he Honor Roll of Donors salutes generous friends, trustees, parents, alumni, businesses, employees, charitable foundations, organizations and neighbors.
Schreiner honors our many generous friends whose gifts enable us to provide a quality teaching and learning environment. This Honor Roll summarizes gifts for all purposes received between June 1, 2011 and May 31, 2012. We have made every effort to present our donors accurately. Please call us at 830-792-7201 if you have questions and accept our sincere apology if we have made a mistake.
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My Family Biology
By Sally Hannay
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I have a son who is the equilibrium of the family. He balances us like the ball on the seal’s nose, the keel of our boat, the lightning rod of our structure. He carries us like a big square draft hor se, rarely stumbling. When he does stumble, we all taste dirt. I have a son who is the memory of the family, the scrapbook, the catalog of our journey. When he isn’t there to record our doings, it is almost as if they didn’t happen. I have a daughter who is the heart of us all, who suffers all our losses and notices all our improvements. She finds our lost things and is the tiger mother of us, as us. I have a husband who is the immune syst em, the courage, the skin, the tough outer laye r, the defender against germs and intrude rs, and the mechanic of our inner workings. I suppose I am the slightly over-sensitive nervous system, the worrier, the over-reactor, the panic button, the barking dog. I surely need my daughter’s heart and my son’s balance, my son’s memory, my husband’s courage. I would be only nervous without them.
Assistant Professor of English Sally Hannay joined the faculty in 2005 and lives with her family in Comfort. She is the 2010 and 2012 winner of the Conference of College Teachers of English Poetry Award. She is waiting to hear if this poem will be published in the CCTE’s next journal.
Leslie Durst, M.Ed. First Grade Teacher Fredericksburg Elementary
It is my passion to help my students learn and grow to their greatest potential. As I was earning my master’s degree, Schreiner’s professors helped me integrate my own teaching philosophies with current state and national mandates. With my coursework and newfound knowledge, I am now able to be an educational leader and facilitator as a first grade teacher at Fredericksburg Elementary. It is also fun to share my experiences and knowledge with Schreiner students who will become teachers.
– Leslie Durst, M.Ed.
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Jane & Mark Price Ruth Priest Printing & Imaging Association Midamerica Jane & Donald Priour Leigh Ann Prukop Charles Quereau Teresa & Raymond Rabalais Radio Ranch Inc Jane Ragsdale & Dick Howell Jeepers Ragsdale Kathy Ragsdale RAM Foundation Terri Rambie Ramos Drive Inn Dolores & Gracien Ramos Caroline Randall Shaun Randall G.A. Randolph Mary & Karl Ransleben Carol & Charles Rawlinson Jerri & Bill Ray Susie & Michael Ray Deborah & Dan Rayfield Amy & Phillip Read Dalene & Robert Reagan Erin & Steve Reaves Katie & Michael Reed Louise & Joseph Reeh Charlene & Jim Reeves Louise Reid Foundation Katherine & Douglas Reid Elise & William Reid Jeremy Reinhard Paula & Thomas Repka Annette & Phillip Reyes Elizabeth & Alton Rhoden William Rhodes Rice Interests Ltd Jennifer Rice Janice & Alan Rich Gregory Richards Jenny & Patrick Richards Angeline & Edwin Richmond Ricks Furniture Company Margaret & Kenneth Ricks Leota Ricks Phyllis Ricks Ricoh Laurie & Robby Riggs Alexis & Patrick Riley Lena Rippstein Jean & David Rittenhouse Riverhill Women’s Association Alice & Ronald Rivers Patricia & Charles Robb Stephenie & Randall Roberts Janet Robinson Myra Robinson Gerald Robison Randi & Gary Rodriguez Juana & Ruben Rodriguez Ryan Rodriguez Ilene & Walter Roemer Emmy Rollins† Anita & J.R. Rollo Louis Romero Nancy & Robert Rooke
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recognized Janet McKinney, a Kerrville resident and SU trustee, as Volunteer of the Year for 2012.
Janet gives hundreds of hours and is willing to travel anywhere to help connect Schreiner students with alumni and others who agree to mentor them about career opportunities.
volunteer hours were given last year to Schreiner by 193 friends and alumni. And in the same spirit, 433 students invested 6,407 hours in community service.
Kathy & Adrian Van Dyke Margaret Van Landingham Janise Van Tassel Keely & Billy Vanacker Marion Vance Kristy Vandenberg Melissa & Raymond Vasquez Jeanette & Gary Vaughan M. Vela Jerrelyn & Richard Verrett Charlotte Vicens Lanie & Cully Vickers Deborah & Lance Vieau Sandra & Robert Vincent Phyllis & Frederick Vogt Sallye & Donald Vorpahl
Catherine Wahrmund Toni & David Wahrmund Betty & Jack Walcher Leslie Walker Stuart Walker Janice Wallace Nancy & Ed Wallace Sana & Bob Waller Marla & John Waller Yvonne Walsh Harold Walsleben Barbara & Robert Walther Margaret & DeWitt Waltmon Mary & David Wampler Elaine & Martin Wardlaw Helen Wardroup
Diana & Kim Warner Sylvia & Phineas Washer Melinda & Jim Wasson Water Street Chiropractic Rhonda Watson Michael Watters Tina Watters Arthur & Michelle Wavell Cynthia & Del Way N. & J.D. Way April Webb & Matthew Olden Bill Webb Jean & Thad Weber Carla Wedekind Mary & Dave Weekley Darryl Weidenfeller
Eva & Dean Weinstein Lisa & Andy Welch Wells Fargo Bank Bandera Comfort Ingram Kerrville Dan Kirkland Wells Foundation Marion & Fred Wells Lori Mayles-Wells & Thomas Wells Mary & Christopher Wendel Mindy Wendele & Raymond Holloway Freya & Jeffrey Wendling Linda & Kittredge Werlein
Art instructor Deborah Conner specializes in photography and took this photo in the early morning to capture mist and fog. Recently displayed at San Francisco’s Academy of Art University, this photo is one of a series entitled “The Transformation of Energy.” For more of her lovely work, see Deborah’s web page: www.dwconner.com
Elaine Murray Dreeben ’09
laine Murray Dreeben returned to her home church, First Presbyterian of Kerrville, to be ordained as a Teaching Elder in August. Here she and the Rev. Leah Bradley from
Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary celebrate Communion on her first day as an ordained pastor. After ordination, Elaine began serving as the Lilly Pastoral Resident at Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church in Dallas, TX, a prestigious two-year assignment.
Jeanne West Carole Wever Carolyn & Danny Wheat James Whetstone Marilyn & Allen White Joan White Wilberta White Monica Whitehurst & William Newcombe Olin Whitescarver Matt Whitfill LaShelle & Russell Whitmore Larresia & Lewis Whitten Kristine & Greg Whittington Linda & Douglas Whittington Ann Wickham Leroy Wiese
Walter Wiese Rhonda Wiley-Jones & Bert Jones Hugh Wilfong Raynell Wilke Debbie & Keith Williams O’Gene & Lewis Williams Karen & Marvin Williams Wayne Williams Skipper and E.C. Willmann Wilson Family Chiropractic Andrea & Keith Wilson Deborah & Hiram Wilson Elizabeth & Reginald Wilson Karmen & Rodney Wilson Marion & William Wilson John Wilton
Wing King Joseph Winger John Winslow Wisconsin Energy Corporation Foundation, Inc Marianne Wofford Mary & Bertram Wood Christine Woods Sue & James Woods John Woods† Mary & Larry Woods Tate Woods Stephanie & William Woods Jerri & Walter Workman Ida Worthington Cherry Wright & Jim Bradford Connie Wunderlich
Deborah Burks & John Wurster Heidi Wyatt Sabrehna Wyche Y O Ranch Resort Hotel George & Fay Young Foundation Barbara Young Phyllis & Robert Young Connie & James Yoxall Laura Zapata Katherine & Theodore Zgourides Patty & Paul Zohlen Deborah & Phillip Zuniga
† - deceased
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he Schreiner Oaks Society recognizes those friends who have included Schreiner in their estate plans.
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Carol & Baxter Adams Linda & Don Adams Traci & Daron Allen Clarice Amann Tiffany Andresen Nancy Anguish H. C. Arbuckle Carrie & Scott Arrington Estela & James Avery Teeka & Peter Baldwin Darlene & Dewayne Bannister Corey & Raymond Barker 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 Barbara Bruno Hazel Anne Burnett Debbie Burress Betty & William Byrd Paul Camfield William Campbell Atanacio Campos Isabel & Carlos Campos Mary & Rene Canales Missy & Jarred Carter Susan Carver Helen Hagens & John Casbergue Howard Chamberlain
James Chamlee Beth & Eugene Chappell Dale “Chip” Chase Virginia Ruth & Jack† Clarke 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 Nancy & Ralph† Denham Cynthia Diaz de Leon Joan Dell Dolce Karen & John Dooley Carol Jean & Walter Dunlap Jeannine & Patrick Dunn Laura Lewis Duty Julie & Wayne Eberly Linda & David Evans Jennifer Farhoudi Kamron Farhoudi Donna & Royce Faulkner Judith & Warren Ferguson Page Foshee Alta & William† Foster Martha & Joe† Foy Sonya & Bill Franklin Mignonne Frantzen Carolyn & Wally Freeman Mike Frick Joann & John† Furman 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 Joan & Carroll† Griffin
Neil & Gena 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 Claire Hartman Mary & Rufus Hayes Grinstead Henderson Family 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 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 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 Annmarie & Douglas Miles Robert Glenn Miller Betty & Tom Mobley Joanne Mosley John Moyer Linda & Leland Murphy Carol Nagle Lois and Harvey† Newberry Jean Nixon Lawrie Nomer Nancy & Robert Norris Gini Norris-Lane & Wes Lane Lea & Kyle Nye Kathleen Ocker Gloria Olsen Dot & Bill O’Neal Me-J. & John O’Neal Jane & Joe Owen Barbara & Mike Pate Betty & Ralph Pelton Lavon† & Verne Philips Susan Philips Suzy & Richard Pollard Harriet† & Harford Powel Caroline & Harwood Puett Ruth & Nelson† Puett Charles Quereau Lou & Henry† Quinius Dalene & Robert Reagan Elise & William Reid Angie & Ed Richmond Hazel Richmond Stephenie & Randall Roberts Janet Robinson Myra Robinson Carolyn Roden Gary Rodriguez Josephine Romero† Louis Romero Elizabeth & Richard† Ryan Ammie Rose & Forrest† Salter Shirley & Bob Schmerbeck
Schreiner’s Board of trustees recognizes new members of the Schreiner Oaks Society during the annual Donor Recognition Dinner each February. Pictured from left, Weir and Laura Labatt, Janet McKinney, Sandy and Jim Alsup, Rick Assunto, Gerald Persyn, Stephanie and William Woods, and Tim and Mary Ellen Summerlin.
Elaine & Garland† Scogin Neel & Robert Scott Sharon & Loren Scribner Gerry & Frank Seaman Cindy Sengel Betty & Joe Sheeler Barbara & Eldon Sheffer Fronie & Robert† Shelton Susan & Randy Shepler Shirley Sherman Abby Shupe Marvin Singleton Betsy & Gary Slade Susan & Bill Sliva Janet & Tom 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 Lois & Jack† Thurmond Betty Tucker Dorothy Tucker Anne Turner Laverne 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 Mary & Larry Woods Louise & Stan Woodward Jerri & Walter Workman Bob Wright Robert Young Ron Zarychta
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 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 Dixie Garison Averill Gouldy Agatha & V. J. “Tex” Graham 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 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 David Perry Alpha Mae Pollock Kathryn & Robert Porcher Ray Presley Paul Prestwich Sara & Tom Ratcliffe Ann & Browne Rice Clara Rickbeil Herbert Rigsbee Betty Robinson Mary & Raymond Roche Lillian Rogers Mary & Bernard Rohe Emmy & Moak Rollins Caroline Ross Elinor & Robert Ross Eloise & Ruben Rusche Jonathan Sallas Edith Schmerbeck Beulah & Creighton Secor Mary Frances Sherlock 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 Roberta Van Alstyne Mary Wagoner Margaret & Dayton Walkup Eva Wasson June & George Weitz Gordon Wellborn Cleve Wheelus Mary Wight L. A. Wilson Toddie Lee Wynne † - deceased
The Scarle-Philips Room in Logan Library is the proud home of SU’s new teleconferencing center, thanks to a gift from Verne Philips and his daughter, Susan, in memory of their wife and mother, Lavon.
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.
Those being honored and 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 830-792-7216. Or, visit us online at www.schreiner.edu/giving
In Honor of Admission Staff Carrie Randall
Lynn & Theo Blue Margaret & Billy Balthrop
Dick Harben Carol & Bill Dever
Randall Roberts G.A. Randolph
Valinda Astoria Katie & Tita Scott
Mr. & Mrs. Mark Burroughs Susan & William Penland
Sandra Smith J. Fort Smith
Estela Avery James Avery
Judy & C.W. Ferguson Rhonda & T. Roy Martin
David Malcom Logan James Barrie Logan Timothy Millard Logan Heather Logan
Laurence Becker Carol & Bill Dever
Jude Gallik Ramona Davis
Kelsey Moore Trinity Presbyterian Church
Mary Ellen Summerlin Ramona Davis
Brianna Benzinger Trinity Presbyterian Church
B.K., Fred & Preston Gamble Carolynn & Stan Cobbs
Mr. & Mrs. John Scott Mooring Susan & William Penland
Jerri Workman Hugh Wilfong
Ann & James Gibbs Susan & William Penland
Carmen & Charles Sullivan David Moore
Christopher Patterson Lori & Stephen Stout
Schreiner University’s Mountaineer Adventure Program Schreiner students Kevin Lilly, Lizeth De la Torre, Kendra Powers, Tom Pappas and Colby Adolph, trustee Rick Cree and chaperones Rich Lyon and Mark Tuschak spent a week last summer on a wilderness service project in the Bob Marshall Wilderness in Northwest Montana. The group spent five days clearing timber and hiked more than 75 miles. This is the seventh year for this project graciously funded by Anne and Rick Cree.
Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy.
– Eskimo Proverb
In Memory of Adolph Acker Joyce Barton Quentin Aaberg Jay Dunnahoo William Astoria Carrie Astoria Jack Barbee Louise Barbee Thomas Cook Donald McClure Barbara Fish Daniel Ray C. Fish Foundation Andrew Edington Priscilla & Gregg Johnson Bronson Evans Barbara Bruno Maury Evans Walden Freeman Kittie West Nelson Ferguson Laura & Weir Labatt Hazel & John Foshee Page Foshee Hazel Francis Donna Schloss Stephen Furbush Sue Dale & Sonny Baldwin Mack Barham Keli & Robert Bartell Jeannette & Arthur Black Laurie & William Blewett
Faith & Jeffrey Bradberry Joe Burkett Marilyn & Larry Butcher Raymond Chatagnier Jennifer Cooper Janey & Bill Crum Thomas Daniels Chris Doege Tweety & Dick Eastland Betsy & Roy Eliff Dee & John Elliott Michele Fisher Weesie & Bill Furbush Leica & Henri Gadbois Christine Gordon Mark Hawkins Lisa & Michael Heiligenstein The Mailing Group Inc Mollie & Frank Maresh Sandy & C.A. Martin Constant & Neill Masterson Arden & John McLean Jane Mifsud Susie & Michael Ray Nan & Clifford Tice Mary & Kerry Tielke Margaret & DeWitt Waltmon Carla Wedekind Eva & Dean Weinstein
Zelma Hardy Jerry & Mark Clements
Mary Ann Persyn Gerald Persyn
Robert Hunter Judy & C.W. Ferguson
Lavon Philips Verne & Susan Philips
Errin Johnson Joseph Brown Oakley Cortez Deborah Davis James Johnson Stephenie & Randy Roberts
Frank Proctor Thomas Crabb Claude Ferebee Printing & Imaging Association Midamerica Maurice Spears
John R. Johnson Sue Dyke
Harvey A. Ransleben Mary & Karl Ransleben
Richard Jones Kayser Priscilla & Gregg Johnson
Thomas Ratcliff Carolyn & Stan Cobbs Faerie Marston Kitty Ocker
D.K. Livingston Comerica Bank David Deetz Joan White Carolyn & Dennis Loftis Mary Pennington Loftis Sam May Joyce Barton Randall Shepler Helen Miller Jean & Lewis Holekamp
Mary Elizabeth Graham Jane & Mark Price
Scott Murphy Cathy & Samuel Atkins
Johnny Hamilton Deryl & John Hamilton
Garrett Mynatt Jr Michael Mynatt
Elinor & Robert Ross Laura & Tom Ross Marilou “Moey” Rutledge Margie Cole Elaine Scogin Margaret Van Landingham Rachel Schmidt Adele & Sam Junkin Todd Schwennesen Thomas Schwennesen George F. West Jeanne West Barbara Winslow John Winslow
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Art Direction and Design
Karen Davis Kilgore
Stephanie Lopez Keller
director of development and planned giving specialist
assistant art director of creative services
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Through the Master of Education program at Schreiner, I have gained a better understanding of the importance of being a reflective practitioner. I have learned how to maintain a consistent focus on student success while regularly examining my teaching methods to determine which strategies and methods work best for students. My passion is physical education at the elementary level. I want to be a positive role model for young students while ensuring that they gain knowledge and skills to adopt physically active, healthy lifestyles. â€“ Jacob Ockerman Jacob is applying what he learned at SU in the Boerne Independent School District.
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