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Unbridled Achievement SM U 2012– 13 ANNUAL R E PO RT


TABLE OF CONTENTS 4 | SMU Board of Trustees 2012–13 5 | Letter from the Chair of The Board of Trustees 6 | SMU Administration 2012–13 7 | Letter from the President 8 | UNBRIDLED IMPACT 10 | UNBRIDLED LEADERSHIP 14 | UNBRIDLED LEARNING Student Quality 22 | UNBRIDLED DISCOVERY Faculty and Academic Excellence 30 | UNBRIDLED ACHIEVEMENT Campus Experience 38 | UNBRIDLED PROGRESS Consolidated Financial Statements Expenditures Toward Strategic Goals Endowment Report Campaign Update Yearly Giving Timeline of Momentum 48 | UNBRIDLED GENEROSITY Second Century Campaign Donors New Endowment Donors New Dallas Hall Society Members President’s Associates Corporations, Foundations and Organizations Hilltop Society

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In 2012–13 SMU celebrated the third year of the University’s centennial commemoration period. SMU’s progress was marked by major strides forward in the key areas of student quality, faculty and academic excellence and the campus experience. A global audience watched as SMU celebrated the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center. And thanks to the inspiring support of alumni, parents and friends for The Second Century Campaign, SMU continued to build a strong foundation for an extraordinary second century on the Hilltop.


SMU BOAR D OF TRUSTEES 2012–13 Caren H. Prothro, Chair Civic and Philanthropic Leader

Gerald J. Ford ’66, ’69 Diamond A Ford Corporation

Carl Sewell ’66 Sewell Automotive Companies

Robert H. Dedman, Jr. ’80, ’84, Vice Chair DFI Management, Ltd.

Antonio O. Garza, Jr. ’83 White & Case, S.C.

Richard K. Templeton Texas Instruments Incorporated

David B. Miller ’72, ’73, Secretary EnCap Investments, L.P.

James R. Gibbs ’66, ’70, ’72 Frontier Oil Corporation (Retired)

Richard Ware ’68 Amarillo National Bank

Michael M. Boone ’63, ’67, Chair elect Haynes & Boone, LLP

Frederick B. Hegi, Jr. ’66 Wingate Partners

Royce E. (Ed) Wilson, Sr. Attensity Media, LLC

Ruth Collins Sharp Altshuler ’48 Civic and Philanthropic Leader

Clark K. Hunt ’87 Kansas City Chiefs and FC Dallas

William D. Armstrong ’82 Armstrong Oil and Gas, Inc.

Ray L. Hunt ’65 Hunt Consolidated, Inc.

Bradley W. Brookshire ’76 Brookshire Grocery Company

Gene C. Jones Civic and Philanthropic Leader

Laura Welch Bush ’68 Former First Lady of the United States

Bishop Scott J. Jones ’81, ’92 Great Plains Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church

William H. Vanderstraaten ’82 Chair, SMU Alumni Board

Fredrick S. Leach ’83 Private Medical Practice

John D. Oakes ’13 Student Representative

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Pastor Richie L. Butler ’93 National Development at CityView Kelly Hoglund Compton ’79 The Hoglund Foundation Jeanne Tower Cox ’78 Civic and Philanthropic Leader Rev. Mark Craig Highland Park United Methodist Church Katherine Raymond Crow ’94 Civic and Philanthropic Leader Gary T. Crum ’69 CFP Foundation Antoine L.V. Dijkstra Implexus Capital & Partners Bishop James (Jim) E. Dorff ’72 San Antonio Episcopal Area of The United Methodist Church Larry R. Faulkner ’66 University of Texas at Austin (Retired) Houston Endowment, Inc. (Retired)

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R. Gerald Turner President, SMU Steven M. Edwards President, SMU Faculty Senate

Paul B. Loyd, Jr. ’68 PBL Enterprises Trustees Emeriti Bobby B. Lyle ’67 Lyco Holdings Incorporated

Edwin L. Cox ’42 Edwin L. Cox Company

Bishop Michael McKee ’78 Dallas Area - North Texas Conference of The United Methodist Church

Milledge A. Hart, III Hart Group, Inc.

Scott J. McLean ’78 Amegy Bank of Texas

William L. Hutchison ’54 Hutchison Oil and Gas Corporation

Connie Blass O’Neill ’77 Civic and Philanthropic Leader

Cary M. Maguire Maguire Oil Company

Rev. Dr. Sheron Covington Patterson ’83, ’89, ’96 North Texas Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church Sarah Fullinwider Perot ’83 Civic and Philanthropic Leader Jeanne L. Phillips ’76 Hunt Consolidated, Inc.


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This annual report highlights some of the many strides forward taken by SMU during

2012–13. In one measure of the University’s increasing student quality, the average SAT

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score of first-year students rose to 1274, a 26-point rise over the previous year, en route to a goal of 1300. Much of this progress is attributable to support for merit-based scholarships.

Donors understand the impact of these scholarships in bringing to the Hilltop high-performing students who might not

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I am especially pleased to report that SMU also received generous commitments for the establishment of nine new endowed

faculty positions during the year. With these additions, the University has 94 such positions and is within striking distance of

achieving an announced goal of at least 100. Endowments like these are a crucial part of the University’s effort to attract and

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SMU also continued to make remarkable progress in raising funds to add and enhance campus facilities that improve the lives of students and faculty members and support achievement in every area of endeavor. These range from new residential halls

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for an innovative living-and-learning environment to renovated facilities for the libraries and athletics. Such progress is the direct result of the generosity and efforts of all who care deeply about SMU and its role in educating tomorrow’s leaders. The decision by the Board of Trustees this September to increase the financial goal of The Second Century Campaign to $1 billion represents an extraordinary vote of confidence in the future of the University and ensures that SMU will continue to move forward. We all should be proud of how far we have traveled together. I am sure we will be prouder still of the future we are building together. Thank you.

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SMU A DMINISTRATION 2012–13 R. Gerald Turner President Paul W. Ludden Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Thomas E. Barry Vice President for Executive Affairs Brad E. Cheves Vice President for Development and External Affairs­­­ Christine C. Regis Vice President for Business and Finance Paul Ward Vice President for Legal Affairs and Governmental Relations General Counsel and Secretary Lori S. White Vice President for Student Affairs Michael A. Condon Chief Investment Officer and University Treasurer Rick Hart Director of Athletics

John B. Attanasio Judge James Noel Dean and Professor of Law Judge William Hawley Atwell Chair of Constitutional Law Dedman School of Law José Antonio Bowen Dean and Algur H. Meadows Chair Meadows School of the Arts David J. Chard Leon Simmons Endowed Dean Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development Marc P. Christensen Dean and Bobby B. Lyle Professor of Engineering Innovation Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering William B. Lawrence Dean Perkins School of Theology Gillian M. McCombs Dean and Director Central University Libraries Albert W. Niemi, Jr. Dean and Tolleson Chair in Business Leadership Edwin L. Cox School of Business James E. Quick Dean of Graduate Studies Associate Vice President for Research William M. Tsutsui Dean Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences

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benefactors Harold C. and Annette Simmons committed a new $25 million gift to fund a second building and three new endowed academic positions for the school. This commitment follows their gift of $20 million to the school in 2007. Last year SMU also engaged in a branding effort to reflect our mission and the achievements of our students, faculty and alumni. The resulting theme, “World Changers Shaped Here,” is being communicated through advertising, billboards, banners and other venues. The response has been a resounding affirmation that this is indeed the impact exemplified by SMU. Thank you to the hundreds of donors who are supporting our future world changers and for making the year both unique and historic in so many ways.

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T H E S E C O N D C E N T U RY C E L E B R AT I O N In 2012–13 SMU marked the third year of The Second Century Celebration, a five-year period commemorating the 100th anniversaries of SMU’s founding in 1911 and opening in 1915. In addition to honoring the past, The Second Century Celebration is designed to highlight the University’s present and future as a top educational institution with impact on the region and the nation. The celebration includes special events, exhibitions and publications. In fall 2012, in acknowledgment of the centennial year of the campus master plan of 1912, SMU celebrated the Year of the Campus, highlighting SMU’s special campus and new campus construction initiatives. Events included a historic gathering, held during Homecoming, honoring all of the donors to SMU campus facilities over the last century. During the event, SMU unveiled The SMU Campus at 100 – a souvenir book featuring photographs and descriptions of all SMU facilities, the first book ever to do so. The book also includes projects currently under way and those anticipated in the near future. The centennial of SMU’s first building, Dallas Hall, was celebrated with several events. Among them was a dinner hosted by SMU President R. Gerald Turner for members of the Dallas Hall Society which honors planned giving donors, held on November 28, the anniversary of the laying of the building’s cornerstone. In spring 2013 SMU launched the Year of the Library, celebrating the centennial of the founding of SMU’s first library. Notably, in 2013 SMU also welcomed the new George W. Bush Presidential Center, including the Bush Presidential Library and Museum. Founders’ Day festivities, April 19, focused on welcoming the facility as SMU’s newest library. As part of the festivities, SMU presented a 19th-century manuscript, purchased with funds provided by the Centennial Host Committee and given in honor of President and Mrs. Bush, to SMU’s DeGolyer Library. This book, An Account of Four Years Travels by John Maley, is also the four millionth volume added to the SMU library collection since its founding.

THE SECOND CENT URY CELEBRATION ORGANI ZING C OMMITTEE Co-chairs

At-large Members 2010–11

Ruth Collins Sharp Altshuler ’48

Liz Martin Armstrong ’82, Co-chair, Parent Leadership Council

Carl Sewell ’66

Linda S. Eads, President, SMU Faculty Senate Ken S. Malcolmson ’74, Chair, SMU Alumni Board

Honorary Co-chairs

Stephen J. (Jake) Torres ’11, President, SMU Student Body

William P. Clements, Jr. ’39 † Edwin L. Cox ’42

At-large Members 2011–12

Nancy McMillan Dedman ’50 William L. Hutchison ’54

Cheri L. Kamp and Thomas G. Kamp ’83, Co-chairs, Parent Leadership Council

Bobby B. Lyle ’67

José L. Lage, President, SMU Faculty Senate

Cary M. Maguire

William H. Vanderstraaten ’82, Chair, SMU Alumni Board

Robert A. Meadows

Austin Prentice ’12, President, SMU Student Body

Annette Caldwell Simmons ’57 Kay Prothro Yeager ’61 Vice Chairs

At-large Members 2012–13 Cheri L. Kamp and Thomas G. Kamp ‘83, Co-chairs, Parent Leadership Council

Michael M. Boone ’63, ’67, Community Celebration

Steven M. Edwards, President, SMU Faculty Senate

Kelly Hoglund Compton ’79, Academic Celebration

William H. Vanderstraaten ‘82, Chair, SMU Alumni Board

Rev. Mark Craig, Church Relations

Alexander Mace ‘13, President, SMU Student Body

Linda Pitts Custard ’60, ’99, Special Events Antonio O. Garza, Jr. ’83, International Celebration Bishop Scott J. Jones ’81, ’92, Church Relations Jeanne L. Phillips ’76, Centennial Host Committees Richard Ware ’68, Alumni Celebration

Ex Officio Caren H. Prothro, Chair, SMU Board of Trustees R. Gerald Turner, President Brad E. Cheves, Vice President for Development and External Affairs

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Making History on the Hilltop: Welcoming the Presidents

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U.S. Presidents to the Hilltop. The gathering was the first of the so-called Presidents’ Club in several years, bringing together President Barack Obama with Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, the individual they came to honor. The presidents assembled to dedicate the George W. Bush Presidential Center, housing the first presidential library and museum of the 21st century, the first such facility of the social media age and the third to be located in Texas. More than 12,000 visitors joined the

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To celebrate the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center, SMU became the setting for 12 events in five days, attracting visitors ranging from U.S. and foreign dignitaries to area schoolchildren.

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Making History on the Hilltop: Welcoming the Presidents (cont.)

For SMU President R. Gerald Turner, the “significance of April 25 cannot truly be described or predicted, as it opens up the home of documents and artifacts chronicling a unique time in U.S. history. No matter what one’s political views, the Bush Center establishes SMU as a major resource for presidential history.”

More than 600 media representatives from around the world converged on campus for the dedication, among them Diane Sawyer of ABC and Matt Lauer of NBC. In a four-day period, SMU was mentioned as the home of the Bush Center in 1.1 million articles worldwide.

The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum is the 13th such resource in the nation operated by the National Archives and Records Administration, a federal agency. The George W. Bush Institute, an independent public policy organization, reports to the private Bush Foundation.

At the same time, SMU was under the watchful eyes of more than 250 law enforcement personnel from SMU’s Police Department and local, state and federal agencies, in addition to the U.S. Secret Service, which supervised security for the dedication. Military helicopters and F-16 jets could be heard overhead.

Starting April 22, the SMU campus hosted 12 events in five days planned by the Bush Foundation, ranging from private dinners for donors and dignitaries to the formal dedication ceremony to a massive block party co-hosted by SMU and the Bush Foundation. For the pageantry of the dedication, a massive stage and seating area were erected on the north side of the Bush Center along SMU Boulevard, with seating also on the nearby intramural field. SMU faculty, staff and students not attending the ceremony watched simulcasts online, in McFarlin Auditorium or at an outdoor screen.

The capstone event, especially for SMU community members not present at the dedication ceremony, was an evening block party on the intramural field and lighting of the Bush Center’s Freedom Hall. Together, those events attracted more than 12,000 students, faculty and staff and their families, SMU neighbors and Bush Center guests. Featuring games, food and entertainment by students and alumnus Jack Ingram ’93, the block party culminated with a nine-minute pyrotechnics show. Fireworks formed a giant “W” in the sky.

Each visiting president made remarks praising Bush for progress on key issues they shared as priorities for the country. But in his comments, Bush turned the spotlight on SMU. “I want to thank the people who have made this project a success. President Gerald Turner runs a fantastic university … with active trustees, dedicated faculty and a student body that is awesome,” the latter remark eliciting a huge cheer from students in the audience. He continued, “Today I am proud to dedicate this center to the American people.”

“Awesome” was a common word used by students to describe the presence of five U.S. presidents on campus. “The world truly came to SMU on April 25,” Turner said, “and it will continue to do so because of the Bush Center.”

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(Above) Fireworks form a “W” above the Bush Center the evening of the facility’s dedication.


FO UNDER S ’ D AY with an A DDE D AT T R AC T I O N For the SMU community, festivities celebrating the George W. Bush Presidential Center began on Founders’ Day April 19, including a surprise visit from President Bush. More than 3,000 SMU alumni, students, faculty and staff applauded as Bush walked down the steps of Dallas Hall to the speaker’s platform with SMU President R. Gerald Turner. “You see a guy who’s grateful, really grateful, that the leadership of SMU and the Board of Trustees made it possible that Laura and I could build the Bush Presidential Center on this campus,” Bush said. “Today is a day to give thanks, and I’m the most thankful person here.” Following student performances of music specially composed for the event, Turner continued the theme of gratitude. “First, of course, thank you to George W. Bush and Laura Bush. We’re honored with your historic decision to place this Center on our campus.” Expressions of gratitude included: • A Bush Ave. street sign presented by University Park Mayor Richard B. Davis. It represents a renamed portion of Airline Road and Dublin Street near the Bush Center, now officially located at the corner of SMU Boulevard and Bush Avenue. • A bound book of student letters welcoming the Center to campus, along with a tiny Mustang cheerleader outfit for Bush’s new granddaughter, presented by SMU student leaders.

• A Board of Trustees resolution presented by Board Chair Caren H. Prothro. “Today is the culmination of literally years of work and collaborative efforts of thousands of individuals,” she said. • In honor of the Bush Center dedication, the Board of Trustees’ gift of a newly discovered 19th-century journal, An Account of Four Years Travels, by American explorer John Maley, which became the four millionth volume at the SMU libraries. As a thank you from the Bush Center, students, faculty and staff got a private preview of the Bush Museum April 29, in advance of the public opening May 1. Admission remains free to students, faculty and staff. “The museum gave you a good sense of the enormity of the presidency,” said one staff member, “while letting you see the likable family man who tackled it for eight years.”

(Above left) Student leaders gather with gifts to President Bush at Founders’ Day. (L-R) New Students’ Association Vice President Jaywin Singh Malhi ’14; Secretary Katherine Ladner ’14; President Bush; outgoing President Alex Mace ’13; and incoming President Ramón Trespalacios ’14. (Above center) President Bush, flanked by former First Lady Laura Welch Bush ’68, flashes the “W” sign. (Above right) SMU President R. Gerald Turner and Gail Turner joined by students at the Block Party the evening of the Bush Center dedication.

Bush Institute continues Programming

The George W. Bush Institute continued its programming in 2012–13 focusing on education, economic growth, human freedom and global health. The Institute graduated its first class of leadership trainees through its Women’s Initiative Fellowship Program. Under the program, 14 Egyptian women came to campus to start their yearlong national program with classes developed and taught by 17 SMU faculty in business, anthropology, communications, political science, law and education. The second class of 19 fellows began their training at SMU in March 2013. In 2012, a Bush Institute fellow became the first to join the SMU faculty with tenure. Eric Bing, senior fellow and director of global health at the Bush Institute, now is also professor of global health in the Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development and in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences, an appointment approved by departmental faculty members in both schools. Throughout the year, President Bush continued to visit with classes and student groups, including a surprise visit with more than 100 students at a Hunt Leadership Scholars Program event, where he engaged in a candid question-and-answer session.

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MU’s student quality is a defining feature of its rise as a

great university. In 2012–13 SMU continued to draw top students through its investment in merit-based scholarships, as well as by offering numerous opportunities for study abroad and programs enabling undergraduates to conduct research and benefit from independent projects, among other initiatives. Through rising SAT scores, national fellowships, leadership and engagement in social issues, SMU students are demonstrating the University’s effectiveness in

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Scholarships Support Student Quality

Merit-based scholarships are a crucial component of the University’s commitment to attract and retain top students. These resources are supporting SMU’s increase in student quality. (Left) President’s Scholar Rahfin Faruk ’14 is majoring in economics, political science and public policy and minoring in religious studies and mathematics. He has served as editor-in-chief of The Daily Campus student newspaper and is a student representative on the SMU Board of Trustees Committee on Academic Policy.

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SMU a pplic at ion s set reco r d SMU received a record number of applications to join the first-year class entering in fall 2012, reflecting the University’s growing reputation as well as enhanced national outreach. The 13,601 applications topped the record of 12,961 the previous year by 4.9 percent. In 2012 men in the first-year class outnumbered women slightly – 51 percent to 49 percent. Students from outside Texas accounted for 55.6 percent of new first-year students. Minority students represented 26.9 percent, a slight increase over the previous record of 26.6 percent in 2011.

Student academic quality reflected in record SAT SCORES

The average SAT score of first-year students entering in fall 2012 set a new record, as SMU continued to advance toward an overall average SAT goal of 1300. The average score of 1274 represented a 26-point rise over the previous year and an increase of 102 points in the last decade. At the same time as SAT scores have increased, SMU has continued to attract a student body that features greater ethnic, geographic and socioeconomic diversity. RISING TEST SCORES Average SAT Score for Entering Classes 1300 1274

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Student body PROFILE

A total of 10,893 students were enrolled in fall 2012, including 6,249 undergraduate students and 4,644 graduate students. In fall 2012, approximately 52 percent of the SMU student body came from Texas, with the remainder from all 50 states and 90 foreign countries. Minority students constituted 24.7 percent of the overall student population.

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Engaged Le ar nin g I n it ia t i v e supports stu d en t p r o j ec ts More than three dozen students from throughout SMU launched special projects of their own design in research, civic engagement, creative work or through internships as part of the 2012–13 SMU Engaged Learning initiative’s Unbridled Projects. Participants create a detailed proposal, can apply for a grant to cover project costs, receive supervision from a faculty member and must deliver a public presentation and provide a written report. More than 70 students also received approval for projects to be presented in the coming year through this growing program. Examples in 2012–13 included: Health, Tradition and the Maya

Kimberly Mendoza ’13 researched health-related traditions, beliefs and practices in the indigenous Mayan community in Guatemala during summer 2012. The double major in biological sciences and chemistry in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences was seeking to understand how medical professionals can relate better to those who hold different beliefs about the causes and treatments of disease. Origins of the Euro Debt Crisis

Jean Paul Destarac ’13, an economics major in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences, conducted a detailed analysis of the history of the euro and the various proposals that have been advanced to fix the current debt crisis in Europe. In addition to standard sources such as research articles, books and online publications, the analysis included perspectives gleaned from interviews with European financial experts conducted during a research trip in Brussels in summer 2012.

Girls across the miles

Janielle Kastner ’12 and Afomia Hailemeskel ’13 (above) produced a multimedia art installation consisting of audio footage and photography that explored the contrasting experiences of teenage girls from two diverse communities: the Bronx, New York, and Highland Park, Texas. The project was presented in Meadows School of the Arts’ Doolin Gallery. Kastner double majored in theatre studies in Meadows School of the Arts and English in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences. Hailemeskel majored in theatre studies in Meadows School of the Arts.

SMU debaters take prizes in national tournament

Basma Raza ’14 and Alex Zier ’14, both majors in the Division of Communication Studies in Meadows School of the Arts, and Lila Friedlander ’15, an economics major in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences, took first-place honors in the novice division of the Mid-America National Junior Division Debate Tournament of the Cross Examination Debate Association (CEDA), in March. In addition, Raza was named top speaker for the tournament. The SMU students dominated the competition with a combined record of 10 wins and only two losses. It was the best finish for an SMU team in the four years it has competed in the event. Held annually in Kansas City, the MidAmerica CEDA Tournament is the oldest and most prestigious novice and junior varsity national tournament in the nation. (L-R) Basma Raza ’14 and Alex Zier ’14 shared honors with a fellow debater and Lila Friedlander ’15.

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Hist o ri c gi f t supports law s c h ola r s hips W. Yandell “Tog” Rogers, Jr. ’61 provided a historic commitment of $12.1 million for scholarship support to Dedman School of Law, SMU announced in November. The W. Yandell “Tog” Rogers, Jr. Endowed Scholarship Fund represents the second-largest gift in the history of the Law School, following the Dedman family gift of $20 million that resulted in the naming of the School. (L-R) Brad E. Cheves, SMU vice president for Development and External Affairs; Scott J. McLean ’78, co-chair, The Second Century Campaign Steering Committee for Houston; SMU President R. Gerald Turner; Suzie Rogers; and W. Yandell “Tog” Rogers, Jr. ’61.

Pro gr ams featuring travel str eng t hen L ear ning and Supp or t S tudent Re c ruit ment Special programs that feature travel to locales within and outside the United States encourage community engagement and promote creative problem-solving and professional development. These programs represent a crucial component of the SMU educational experience and also are central to the University’s ongoing initiatives to recruit top students. Here are a few examples from 2012–13: • SMU’s Annual Civil Rights Pilgrimage took students on a nineday bus ride during spring break to visit landmarks of the Civil Rights Movement. The group’s stops included Little Rock Central High School in Arkansas, where in 1957 nine African-American students faced anti-integration protesters; the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama; Montgomery’s Dexter Avenue Baptist Church (left), where the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., served as pastor; Tuskegee University; the University of Mississippi campus in Oxford; and the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, where Dr. King was assassinated. Dennis Simon, Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Professor and associate professor of political science in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences, led the pilgrimage, along with representatives from the SMU Chaplain’s Office. • As part of the University Honors Program seminar, “Law, Politics and the Supreme Court,” 13 students spent six days over spring break in the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., conducting research on former Supreme Court Justices. The students developed independent research projects on topics such as student rights, libel and national security. Joseph F. Kobylka, Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Professor and associate professor of political science, led the trip, which was supported by the Richter Foundation and the University Honors Program.

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Programs Featuring Travel strengthen Learning and Support Student Recruitment (cont.)

• Through the SMU Alternative Break program, students chose from a range of opportunities to perform service in communities in need domestically and internationally. In 2012–13 the volunteers tackled real-world issues, including rural education, urban hunger, disaster relief, AIDS and the environment. The program is based on the principle of active citizenship that strives to create sustainable change and fight social injustice in all communities.

• Six SMU students joined 1,000 others from across the country at the sixth annual Clinton Global Initiative University Network meeting at Washington University in St. Louis in April. SMU has joined Brown, Cornell, Ohio State and other institutions as one of 23 members of the network, a consortium of colleges and universities that support, mentor and provide seed funding to student innovators and entrepreneurs on their respective campuses. Students and university representatives come together at the network’s meeting to hear from experts in various fields, brainstorm ideas, share best practices and form effective partnerships. (Above) Rahfin Faruk ’14 (seated) meets with Chelsea Clinton. • T wenty-one students from the Divisions of Communication Studies and Journalism traveled to Washington, D.C., in January, where they participated in presidential inauguration events and worked as journalists and communicators as part of Meadows School of the Arts’ Hilltop on the Hill program. During their four-day trip, the students volunteered at Texas State Society’s Black Tie & Boots Inaugural Ball, visited media and government sites, and met with policy analysts, political communicators and journalists, in addition to SMU alumni. They submitted stories, blogs, photos, videos and Skype reports for smudailycampus.com and SMU Adventures and also Tweeted about their experiences. The trip was led by Rita Kirk, professor of communication studies and director of the Cary M. Maguire Center for Ethics and Public Responsibility.

• Nine students traveled to Jamaica in January as part of Assessing Geological Hazards in Jamaica, a multidisciplinary Earth Sciences course to conduct geophysical research on earthquake risks on the Caribbean island. During the J-Term course (short for January term, which features classes over the holiday break), the students collected and analyzed geophysical data on land and at sea and presented their findings to Jamaica’s Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management. Taught by SMU Earth Sciences Associate Professor Matt Hornbach and Lyndon Brown of the University of the West Indies, the course is funded in part by the Society of Exploration Geophysicists’ program, Geoscientists Without Borders and the Institute for the Study of Earth and Man (ISEM) in SMU’s Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences.

Scholarship gifts help SMU attract broad range of students

Thousands of alumni, parents and friends have chosen to support SMU students by funding scholarships and fellowships in a variety of ways. Many of these gifts will provide scholarship income to SMU in perpetuity through endowment while others make scholarships possible with multiyear commitments of annual gifts. All are important in making the SMU experience affordable for the broadest range of students while continuing to attract bright, motivated students, both as undergraduate and graduate students. As an example of these gifts during the course of The Second Century Campaign, Doyle Glass ‘84, ’88 and his wife, Kim, have funded scholarships for studentathletes, Hispanic students and those interested in studying humanities and sciences in Dedman College. Having also chosen to establish an endowed Meadows Scholarship in 2013, the Glasses continue to invest in the success of SMU students for generations to come. SMU 2012–13 ANNUAL REPORT

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Gift creates t r a n s f er sch o lar s hip en d ow men t Lawrence Rex Kurzius ’96 and Tina M. Kurzius established a scholarship endowment fund for students who transfer to the Hilltop, SMU announced in January. The Rex Kurzius Community College Transfer Endowed Scholarship Fund was born of Kurzius’ own experience as a transfer student who received scholarship support that enabled him to attend and graduate from SMU. The $100,000 endowment will pave the way for future transfer students to follow the same path. (L-R) Lawrence Rex Kurzius, Tina M. Kurzius and family with SMU President R. Gerald Turner and SMU Provost Paul W. Ludden.

Students earn a w a r d s , h o n o r s SMU is committed to shaping the world changers of tomorrow. SMU students excel in every field of endeavor and receive a range of prestigious national awards and scholarships. Examples in 2012–13 included: National Science Foundation’s Research Experience for Undergraduates Grant

Jewel Lipps ’14 was awarded a grant through the National Science Foundation’s Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program. The grant enabled Lipps, a double major in environmental science and chemistry in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences, to work and study during the summer with nine other undergraduate students in a hands-on, fieldoriented research program centered on forest lakes in the Kittatinny Mountains of northwest New Jersey.

National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship

Matthew Nicola Rispoli ’12, ’13 received a fellowship from the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program. He was recognized for his analysis of data produced during research on the Higgs boson at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, and for his electrical engineering research with antenna simulations for radio telescopes. Rispoli graduated from SMU with degrees 20

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in physics and math from Dedman College and electrical engineering from Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering and his M.S. degree from the Lyle School. He began working toward his Ph.D. in condensed matter physics at Harvard University in fall 2013.

Goldwater Scholarship awards

Eric Alt ’13 received a Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, the nation’s premier academic scholarship recognizing excellence in mathematics, science or engineering. Alt, who double majored in chemistry in Dedman College and mechanical engineering in the Lyle School, contributed to research with Professor Dieter Cremer’s Computational and Theoretical Chemistry Group. He plans to pursue a research career in chemistry. Janice Kim ’14, a biological sciences major in Dedman College, received a Goldwater honorable mention. She has worked as a researcher in SMU’s molecular virology lab and plans to pursue a career in medical research.


STUDENTS EARN AWARDS, HONORS (cont.)

Hanna Kim ’13 was awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship, which places a Fulbright student in a classroom abroad to provide assistance to teachers of English to non-native English-speakers, while also serving as a cultural ambassador for the U.S. Kim double majored in political science in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences and marketing in Cox School of Business.

Ciba Travel Award in Green Chemistry

Shannon R. Woodruff, a Ph.D. candidate in chemistry in Dedman College, was one of four national recipients of the Ciba Travel Award in Green Chemistry, presented annually by the American Chemical Society in recognition of research or educational interest in green chemistry. Green chemistry seeks to design chemical products and processes that reduce or eliminate the use and generation of hazardous substances. Woodruff’s research focuses on the synthesis of polymers with controlled molecular weight and architecture for

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use in biomedical applications. The award enabled Woodruff to attend the 245th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society in New Orleans in spring 2012, where he made a presentation about his research.

American Advertising Federation Awards

Three students from the Temerlin Advertising Institute in Meadows School of the Arts won national American Advertising Federation ADDY Awards in the college-level competition for their work on Seagate and Crayola campaigns. (L-R) Nicole Hodges ’13 and graduate students Julia Kilgore Heath and Alex Jarzemsky collaborated on the Crayola campaign. Heath and Jarzemsky also worked together on the Seagate project. SMU students also won two second-place and three third-place awards. The ADDY Awards is the world’s largest advertising competition, receiving more than 50,000 entries annually.

First Endowed Centennial Scholarship honors alum’s memory

SMU’s first Endowed Centennial Scholarship was established in February in memory of Bill Ware ’70 in support of BBA students in the Cox School of Business. The scholarship was created through gifts from the Ware family and dozens of Bill’s friends and colleagues. Endowments with the special “Centennial” designation include operating funds to initiate the scholarship or faculty position on an expedited basis while the body of the endowment matures.

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Challenge grant supports Art History graduate endowment

An anonymous $1.125 million matching challenge received in March will support creation of a permanent endowment for Art History graduate study in Meadows School of the Arts. SMU’s receipt of the gift is contingent upon additional cash contributions totaling $1.125 million from other donors by December 31, 2013. While Art History is a traditional strength of the Meadows School, the gift in support of graduate study is the most recent mark of progress for a program that has increased in international stature. This gift complements the addition of renowned scholar Roberto Tejada as the first holder of the new Distinguished Endowed Chair of Art History, which was established through the generosity of an anonymous donor, as well as creation of an Art History Ph.D. program. Through the Meadows School’s 2020 Initiative, the School aspires to attain a top 20 ranking for the new doctoral program by 2020, the year of the National Research Council’s next data release.

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Center for Presidential History completes first year of operation

SMU has continued to add centers, institutes and research initiatives, such as the Center for Presidential History (CPH), which completed its first year of operation in 2012–13. Award-winning historian Jeffrey A. Engel (left) is founding director of the CPH and is associate professor in the Clements Department of History in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences. The CPH sponsors public programs, conferences and research, including its Collective Memory Project, conducting interviews with members of presidential administrations.

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G lo ba l he alth e xp ert joins fa cu lt y Global health researcher Eric G. Bing joined the SMU faculty in March in a concurrent appointment with the George W. Bush Institute. Bing was appointed as a tenured professor of global health in the Applied Physiology and Wellness Department in the Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development and in the Department of Anthropology in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences. He has served as senior fellow and director of global health at the Bush Institute since 2010, where he initiated worldwide health initiatives, serving as co-leader of the Institute’s Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon partnership to combat cervical and breast cancer internationally.

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SMU schools continue to earn national reputation

Construction began in 2012–13 on SMU’s new Data Center located on the former Mrs. Baird’s property at Mockingbird Lane and North Central Expressway. The Data Center will be a one-story, 22,000-square-foot facility designed in the University’s Collegiate Georgian architectural style. This new facility will provide telecommunications and data storage, serving as an essential resource for University researchers as well as for campus operations. The Data Center is expected to be completed by the end of 2013.

SMU’s schools were nationally recognized for their quality and success in educating tomorrow’s leaders during 2012–13. Rankings include those released in summer 2013. • Cox School of Business ranks No. 18 globally for its Executive MBA program (The Economist), No. 25 for return on investment (Forbes) and No. 7 for its professional MBA program (Bloomberg Businessweek). • Dedman School of Law is No. 48 among top law schools, based on reputation, selectivity and placement success (U.S. News & World Report). • SMU Lyle School of Engineering ranks No. 19 among the top 50 colleges and universities nationwide whose graduates earn the highest salaries.

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Faculty member s earn r e co g n i t io n and awa r d s

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Tom Fomby, director of the Richard B. Johnson Center for Economic Studies in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences, and Robert Haley ’67, chief of epidemiology and professor of internal medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center, joined forces with Dallas County health officials on a groundbreaking study of data collected during the nation’s largest outbreak of West Nile virus, which occurred in Dallas County in 2012. The interdisciplinary research collaboration revealed several key findings about West Nile outbreaks and pointed to the use of a mosquito vector index rating system to trigger early intervention. Those results were published in the July 2013 JAMA (The Journal of the American Medical Association), the prestigious peer-reviewed medical journal. Louis L. Jacobs, professor of earth sciences in the Roy M. Huffington Department of Earth Sciences in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences, was selected to receive the 2012 Skoog Cup in November from the Science Teachers Association of Texas (STAT). Jacobs, who also serves as president of SMU’s Institute for the Study of Earth and Man, was honored for his significant contributions to advance science education. His dedication to sharing his knowledge and talents as a leading scientist in the field of vertebrate paleontology has earned him the moniker “Indiana Jones” among Texas teachers and students. His research utilizes advanced imaging and stable isotope techniques to investigate paleo-environmental, biogeographic and phylogenetic issues of the Mesozoic and Cenozoic eras. He also co-leads a collaborative international scientific research program focused on the ancient life of Angola. David Meltzer, Henderson-Morrison Professor of Prehistory in SMU’s Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences, was elected as a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in

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April, joining other renowned leaders in various fields such as John Glenn, Martin Amis, Robert De Niro and Bruce Springsteen. Meltzer is an internationally recognized authority on the origins, antiquity and adaptations of the first Americans – Paleoindians – who colonized the North American continent at the end of the Ice Age. His research has been supported by grants from the National Geographic Society, the National Science Foundation, The Potts and Sibley Foundation and the Smithsonian Institution. Meltzer also was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 2009. Annie Xiang, physics research professor in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences, received the U.S. Department of Energy R&D award in August 2012. The award provides $200,000 in funding for her work on the development of small-formfactor, high-reliability optical transmitters for high-bandwidth data transmission in future particle physics experiments. Xiang leads SMU’s Versatile Link project team, a collaboration with the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and Oxford University, focused on upgrading the optical link of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). Brian Zoltowski, assistant professor of chemistry in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences, received a $250,000 grant from the Herman Frasch Foundation for Chemical Research in August 2012 for his work on the photoreceptor protein, one of the many proteins involved in an organism’s circadian clock. The photoreceptor protein enables plants to know when the spring and fall occur and to produce flowers or fruit at the appropriate time of year. The Frasch Foundation awards grants to nonprofit incorporated institutions to support research in the field of agricultural chemistry that will be of practical benefit to U.S. agricultural development.

SMU launches Undergraduate program in public relations and strategic communication

A new Bachelor of Arts degree in public relations and strategic communication was launched in fall 2012 in the Division of Communication Studies in Meadows School of the Arts. The interdisciplinary major is designed to prepare students for current industry needs. Students learn to create and manage multimedia communication campaigns in support of the mission, values, brand and strategic objectives of a corporate, political or nonprofit organization, institution or client. While coursework is essential, the program also emphasizes learning through internships and partnerships with industry professionals in advertising, communications and journalism.

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Pho to nic s p ion eer appointed Ly le S c hool d ean Marc P. Christensen, a nationally recognized leader in photonics – the science and technology of light – was named dean of Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering in May. A pioneering expert in mapping photonic technology onto a range of applications, Christensen also is a strong proponent of the innovative education style that is the Lyle School’s signature. Christensen had served as interim dean of the Lyle School since July 2012. He also serves as Bobby B. Lyle Professor of Engineering Innovation and as a research professor in the Department of Physics in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences.

SMU ranked No. 3 in the Dallas Business Journal listing of “CEO-Producing Universities,” based on the number of local CEOs who are graduates of the University. SMU placed behind only The University of Texas and Harvard. SMU had 12 Dallas-area CEOs in the ranking, which was published in January.

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Simmons School receives second historic gift

Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development received a second historic commitment from Harold C. Simmons and Annette Caldwell Simmons ’57 (center) in February. The $25 million gift will fund a new building for the expanding programs of the School and support three new endowed academic positions. The building is to be named Harold Clark Simmons Hall. A gift of $20 million in 2007 from the Simmons family provided funding for a new building, Annette Caldwell Simmons Hall, endowments for graduate fellowships, the deanship and faculty recruitment. (See story on faculty endowments on page 29.)

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SMU ma r ks the Y ea r of the L i b r ar y SMU launched its Year of the Library celebration in spring 2013, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the creation of the University’s first library. The yearlong celebration includes programs and exhibitions providing opportunities to discover the rich resources and special collections housed in the nine facilities that constitute the largest private academic library system in the Southwest. Tables of Content dinner kicks off THE Year of the Library

The Year of the Library kicked off with the annual Tables of Content dinner in March. Lee Cullum ’61, a journalist and leading commentator on culture and politics, was presented with the Friends of the SMU Libraries’ Literati Award. Gifts supporting Bridwell and Fondren renovations help commemorate the year of the library

• The Bridwell Foundation pledged $7.5 million for renovations at Perkins School of Theology’s Bridwell Library. The renovation will consolidate special collections, enhance study spaces and create an archives processing and digital lab. In addition, it will provide a multipurpose space for instruction, study and lectures. • The Fondren Foundation pledged $1 million to name the Fondren Centennial Reading Room, redesigned as part of a planned renovation of Fondren Library Center. The Fondren Library Center renovation will update the facility as a center of interactive technology and a vital campus gathering place. The project also will bring together the many special collections currently distributed throughout the Fondren Library complex in a redesigned Special Collections Research Center.

DeGolyer receives SMU’s four millionth volume

As part of Founders’ Day, SMU’s Board of Trustees presented DeGolyer Library with a previously unknown volume by American explorer John Maley, detailing his journey through the territory of the Louisiana Purchase, including Texas, during the period from 1808 through 1812. An Account of Four Years Travels, whose purchase was funded by the Second Century Celebration Host Committee and honored President George W. Bush and former First Lady Laura Welch Bush ’68, represented the four millionth volume in SMU’s libraries.

Lyle School and Hart Center host conference on engineering leadership

The Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering and its Hart Center for Engineering Leadership hosted a conference in April for administrators and faculty from 17 prestigious universities that are members of COMPLETE (Community of Practice for Leadership Education for Twenty-first Century Engineers). Attendees met over two days to share best practices on training engineering students to be effective leaders and collaborate on developing leadership as a subdiscipline of engineering education. Member universities of COMPLETE include MIT, Georgia Tech and the U.S. Naval Academy.

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N e w N at i on al C e nt e r for A rt s R e s e arc h ASSISTS art s o r g an i z at io ns Meadows School of the Arts and the Cox School of Business launched the National Center for Arts Research (NCAR) in February. The first institution of its kind in the United States, the Center gathers and analyzes data from around the country on topics such as declining audiences and rising production costs and shares its findings with arts leaders nationwide. (Left) Zannie Voss (on right), Professor of Arts Management, Professor of Marketing and Chair of Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship at the Cox School and the Meadows School, directs the new Center.

Dedman College Interdisciplinary Institute (DCII) sponsored a variety of lectures, seminars and other events in 2012–13, the Institute’s first year of operation. Public symposia focused on topics including the limits of prediction and privacy issues. These public symposia were attended by 100 faculty, students and community members. DCII Fellows Seminars, including one focused on “Medicine and Humanities,” brought together faculty from multiple disciplines for collaborative and interdisciplinary discussions. DCII research clusters on topics such as “Reframing Africa” and “The Future of Humanistic Learning” attracted faculty and students from across campus.

New Dallas museum borrows SMU specimens, taps SMU faculty EXPERTISE

Specimens belonging to SMU and technical assistance from University experts have played a vital role in the creation and success of the nation’s new premier science museum, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in downtown Dallas, which opened December 1. Texas fossils on loan from the Shuler Museum in Dedman College include a 113-million-year-old dinosaur, 110-million-year-old sea turtles and a variety of other specimens. Louis L. Jacobs, professor of paleontology and an internationally recognized vertebrate paleontologist, lent the Perot a life-size model of the 35-foot dinosaur Malawisaurus. Other SMU faculty members are serving as curators or advisors. Also featured at the museum is a small-scale, autonomous, unmanned fire-fighting helicopter built by students in the Innovation Gymnasium in the Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering.

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Gifts est a blis h new f a c u l t y endo wm en t s New endowments for faculty positions enable SMU to attract and retain experts with national and international reputations in a variety of disciplines and add to the University’s overall academic quality. In 2012–13 SMU received commitments for the establishment of nine substantially endowed faculty positions. With these additions, positions totaled 94, en route to a goal of 100. The new endowments are listed below:

• A $1.5 million gift from the Kleinheinz Family Endowment for the Arts and Education established the Kleinheinz Family Endowment for the Arts and Education Endowed Chair in Art History in Meadows School of the Arts. • A $1.25 million gift from the Vin and Caren Prothro Foundation established the Ruth and Kenneth Altshuler Centennial Interdisciplinary Professor in Cities, Regions and Globalization in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences. • A $1 million gift from former Trustee Linda Pitts Custard ’60, ’99 and William A. Custard ‘57 established the Linda P.

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and William A. Custard Director of the Meadows Museum and Centennial Chair in the Meadows School of the Arts. A $1 million gift from the Meadows Foundation added to the endowment of the position. • A $1 million gift from SMU Trustee and former Board Chair Ruth Collins Sharp Altshuler ’48 established the Ruth Collins Altshuler Endowed Professor and Director of the Interdisciplinary Institute. • A $1 million gift from Les Ware ’89, ’92 and Amy Abboud Ware ’87, ’90 established an endowed professorship in Dedman School of Law. • A $25 million gift from Harold C. Simmons and Annette Caldwell Simmons ’57 includes funding for two endowed Centennial Chairs and an endowed professorship in Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development. (See Simmons gift story on page 26.)

Graduate program in sport management combines multiple disciplines

SMU launched North Texas’ first interdisciplinary graduate program in sport management in spring 2013. The M.S. in sport management program is directed jointly by faculty from Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development and Cox School of Business. The program combines finance, economics, management strategies, sports marketing, facility and event management, sports law, ethics and sports communication. The degree is designed to help graduates advance their careers or find new opportunities in the sports industry in fields ranging from promotion to product marketing and management.

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• A $2 million gift from SMU Trustee Sarah Fullinwider Perot ’83 and former Trustee Ross Perot, Jr., established the Leah Young Fullinwider Centennial Chair in Music Performance in Meadows School of the Arts. (Photo right, L-R) José Antonio Bowen, Meadows School dean; Ross Perot, Jr.; Sarah Fullinwider Perot; Leah Young Fullinwider; Jerome A. Fullinwider ’51; and SMU President R. Gerald Turner, with the certificate commemorating the endowment.

Meadows Museum renews historic collaboration with Spain’s Prado

The Meadows Museum in July 2012 extended for two more years its historic partnership with the Museo Nacional del Prado in Madrid. The extension builds upon the success of the collaboration, which features the loan of major paintings from the Prado. Artworks loaned thus far have included El Greco’s Pentecost (left), Jusepe de Ribera’s Mary Magdalene, Diego Velázquez’s full-length portrait of Philip IV and landscape monographs by Martín Rico. The partnership also includes interdisciplinary research at SMU, an internship exchange between the two museums and a range of public programs. Planned for summer 2014 is an exhibition featuring Spanish drawings from the Kunsthalle of Hamburg, Germany, to be exhibited first at the Meadows and later at the Prado.

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New student living-and-learning model includes faculty in residence

SMU’s new Residential Commons concept embodies a new model in student living and learning that will enrich the campus experience. The new model, which is being incorporated into residence halls campuswide, provides an integrated academic and residential experience that includes faculty in residence, who have offices and teach classes in the halls. (Left) Ann Batenburg, clinical assistant professor in the Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development, photographed in her apartment in Virginia-Snider Hall, is one of 11 chosen as resident faculty.

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Fo rmer U. S. s e n at or addresses g r adu at es Former U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison delivered the address and received an honorary degree at SMU’s 98th Commencement ceremony in May. Hutchison spoke about entrepreneurial spirit and a “can-do” attitude as important legacies from the graduates’ time at the University. SMU President R. Gerald Turner conferred approximately 1,500 undergraduate and graduate degrees upon students from all of the University’s schools and professional programs. Commencement was staged in front of SMU’s first building – Dallas Hall – on the historic Main Quad.

SMU-in-Plano mediation clinic serves public while training students

The Mediation and Conflict Resolution Services Clinic at SMU-inPlano mediated more than 100 cases in 2012–13. The clinic is a distinguishing feature of the Department of Dispute Resolution and Counseling in Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development, offering conflict resolution services to the community while providing students and alumni with real-world practice in mediation, facilitation, conflict coaching and arbitration. Experienced mediators volunteer their time to work on cases and mentor student mediators. SMU Mediation and Conflict Resolution Services staff include (L-R): Lisa Langford, program coordinator; Thomas J. Hartsell, clinical professor and associate director of Dispute Resolution; and Dana Vaden, program specialist. 32

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SMU SPIRIT highlights community connection

SMU’s connection to the Dallas community was highlighted in 2012–13 by the University’s presence in the Park Cities Fourth of July Parade and the annual holiday exhibition at NorthPark Center. An SMU spirit float was part of the Fourth of July parade, a decades-long tradition organized by Rotary Club of Park Cities. The annual Trains at NorthPark, a holiday display that is the most elaborate toy train exhibit in Texas, featured a model of iconic Dallas Hall. It joined a Dallas cityscape that included the downtown skyline, the new Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, the State Fair of Texas and the Cotton Bowl. Dallas Hall’s presence in the exhibit was made possible by the SMU Centennial Host Committee. (Above) SMU Alumni Board Chair Bill Vanderstraaten ‘82 and Chair-elect Leslie Long Melson ‘77 (both at Colonial Peruna’s right), flanked by Mustang Band members, Peruna handlers and “Colonial Peruna” at the Park Cities Fourth of July Parade.


Co nstru c t ion t r a n s f orm i n g h illt o p In 2012–13 SMU made major progress on a number of construction projects that will transform campus life. The addition or enhancement of these key facilities will help meet the needs and expectations of new generations of students pursuing academic achievement and personal growth. They include: • Residential Commons concept – Construction continued on the new Residential Commons Complex, as well as on residence halls throughout campus, all reflective of a new campus living-and-learning model that is transforming student housing. Under the new model, residence halls bring together live-in faculty and staff members, resident assistants and other student leaders to create an integrated academic and residential experience. The Residential Commons Complex, slated for completion in 2014, also will provide housing for an additional 1,250 students.. • Moody Coliseum – The expansion and renovation of the iconic building adds new and improved features to the facility that houses both athletics and community events, as well as SMU Commencement. It includes the new Carolyn and David Miller Event Center, new premium suites and loge boxes, new seats throughout the building, new video technology and expanded concourses. The project is slated for completion in December 2013. • Mustang Band Hall – Construction began on a new practice facility and home for the Mustang Band in Dedman Center for Lifetime Sports. Features include nearly five times the current band hall space, a rehearsal hall to accommodate a 150-member band and practice rooms for ensemble and individual use. • SMU Tennis Complex – Construction began on the new facility, to be located prominently on the south side of Mockingbird Lane at the corner of North Central Expressway. Features include indoor and outdoor courts, a training center and enhanced patron accommodations. • Dr. Bob Smith Health Center – Planning continued for construction of a new health center to replace SMU’s current facility. • Fondren Library Center – (See page 27 for details.) • Bridwell Library – (See page 27 for details.)

The Mustang football team defeated the Fresno State Bulldogs, 43-10, in the 2012 Hawaii Bowl in Honolulu in December – the fourth straight postseason bowl appearance by the team. Four Mustang teams won Conference USA championships in 2012–13: cross country, men’s soccer, women’s basketball and men’s swimming and diving. Five other Mustang teams advanced to postseason play, including women’s swimming and diving, equestrian, men’s and women’s golf and women’s outdoor track and field.

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TEDxSMU Hilltop taps University TALENT

Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering and Meadows School of the Arts joined to present talks and performances that tapped the talents of the SMU community at the first TEDxSMU Hilltop gathering in September. The free half-day conference, held in the Bob Hope Theatre, featured presentations from SMU students, faculty members, staff members and alumni. Topics ranged from “Particle Physics: New World Waits for Discovery” to “A New Way of Looking at Music.” (Left) Carl Dorvil ’08, founder of Group Excellence, which provides mentoring for thousands of struggling learners, spoke on “The Four Ps of Success.”

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Ne w at h l et ics direc t or named Rick Hart, who served six years as athletics director at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, was named director of athletics at SMU in July 2012. Hart arrived on the Hilltop with a reputation as a model administrator focused on athletic success, fiscal stewardship and a commitment to ensuring the academic success of student-athletes. During his tenure at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, studentathletes showed continuous improvement in overall grade point averages, and more than half made the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in each of Hart’s last six semesters.

Tate Lecture series brings leaders, artists, entertainers to the Hilltop

Supreme Court Justice partners with SMU law professor on book and lecture

In its 32nd season, the Tate Lecture Series brought distinguished leaders from various fields to share their unique perspectives with SMU students and the Dallas community. The series was selected by D Magazine readers as the Best Conversation Series in Dallas for 2012 and 2013. It raises more than $800,000 annually for the President’s Scholars Program, the University’s most prestigious merit-based scholarship award. During the 2012–2013 season, the series featured journalists David Gergen and Sanjay Gupta, entertainer Regis Philbin, gaming designer Jane McGonigal and historians Niall Ferguson, Michael Beschloss and Douglas Brinkley. (Above) Amie Kromis ’13 (left) moderates a student forum with Tate lecturer Jane McGonigal.

Antonin Scalia, associate justice of the Supreme Court (above), and Bryan A. Garner, distinguished research professor of law in Dedman School of Law, collaborated to write Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts (Thomson Reuters). The authors appeared together to discuss the book at a lecture at McFarlin Auditorium in January. Five Dedman Law students served as researchers for the book.

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A thletes E X CEL in the cl a s s r o o m In addition to receiving recognition for their accomplishments in athletics, SMU student-athletes were honored for their academic achievement. Alisha Filmore ’13 (women’s basketball) and Mindaugas Sadaukas ’13 (men’s swimming) were named Mustang Student-Athletes of the Year. Twenty-nine Mustang student-athletes received the Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal, awarded to those who achieve at least a 3.75 cumulative grade point average during the academic year. Additionally, 186 studentathletes were named to the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll for maintaining a 3.0 cumulative grade point average or higher.

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Perkins community events focus on faith and life

As part of its community service mission, Perkins School of Theology hosted several public events in 2012–13 focusing on the intersection of faith and life. The School continued its tradition of hosting two Faith and Business Luncheons each semester, which provide an opportunity for Dallas business executives to explore how faith and business shape and inform one another. Featured speakers included Craig Watkins, Dallas County district attorney; Mike Ullman, chairman and CEO of JCPenney; Jim Sundberg, senior executive vice president of Texas Rangers Baseball; and Anousheh Ansari, the first female private space explorer. The Bolin Family Public Life/Personal Faith Symposium and Lecture, held in February, featured a presentation by Jon Meacham, Pulitzer Prize-winning author and contributing editor at TIME (left), and focused on his book American Gospel: God, the Founding Fathers, and the Making of a Nation.

SMU looked forward to becoming a founding member of the American Athletic Conference (AAC), to be formed in July 2013. SMU anticipates that membership in the conference will bring increased national visibility for Mustang teams and a higher profile for the University. Competition kicks off in fall 2013. Beginning with the 2014–15 academic year, the AAC will consist of SMU, the University of Central Florida, the University of Cincinnati, the University of Connecticut, East Carolina University, the University of Houston, the University of Memphis, the University of South Florida, Temple University, Tulane University and the University of Tulsa. The U.S. Naval Academy will join as a football-only member in 2015.

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SMU honors distinguished graduates

Four philanthropic, civic and business leaders received SMU’s 2012 Distinguished Alumni Awards (DAA) in a ceremony on the University’s Main Quad in October. The DAA is the highest honor the University bestows upon its graduates. Recipients included (L-R) entrepreneur Paul B. Loyd, Jr. ‘68; philanthropic leader Jeanne Tower Cox ’78; and former University Park Mayor James H. “Blackie” Holmes, III ’57, ’59. Medical physicist Alonso Gutiérrez ’03 received the University’s Emerging Leader Award, which recognizes an outstanding alumnus or alumna who has graduated within the last 15 years. Past DAA recipients also were honored as History Makers as part of SMU’s ongoing centennial commemoration. SMU 2012–13 ANNUAL REPORT

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Fo rmer Sec r eta ry of S tate awarded Medal of Freedom Former Secretary of State James A. Baker, III, received the Medal of Freedom from SMU’s John Goodwin Tower Center for Political Studies in October. The Medal is presented every two years to an individual or individuals who have furthered the cause of freedom. Funds raised by the event support the Tower Center, part of Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences. (L-R) Hon. Dan Branch ’68, Tower Center chair; Penny Tower Cook ’76; Jeanne Tower Cox ’78; James A. Baker, III; and SMU President R. Gerald Turner.

Women’s basketball head coach Rhonda Rompola earned her 400th win in February, netting more victories than any other head coach of any sport on the Hilltop. The conclusive win came over the University of Tulsa in a game played at Moody Coliseum. Rompola has achieved a 400-258 record in 22 seasons, after serving for eight years as an assistant coach.

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Meadows Museum exhibitions feature masterworks

The Meadows Museum organized special exhibitions that drew thousands of visitors throughout 2012–13. Highlights included: • Diego Velázquez: The Early Court Portraits, presenting the most important monographic exhibition devoted to Velázquez in the United States in more than two decades. The exhibition explored the development and impact of the artist’s work as the court portraitist for King Philip IV (left), one of history’s most influential arts patrons and connoisseurs. • Impressions of Europe: 19th-century Vistas by Martín Rico, a retrospective of one of Spain’s greatest landscape masters that featured 106 of Rico’s pieces depicting urban and natural landscapes of Switzerland, France, Germany, Italy and his native Spain. • Modern Mexican Painting from the Andrés Blaisten Collection, featuring a selection of 80 paintings from Blaisten’s collection of more than 8,000 works. The pieces chosen for this exhibition showed the social, political and artistic influences that shaped Mexico from the early- to mid-20th century. • The Collection of Calloway and Jerry Bywaters Cochran: In Honor of a Lone Star Legend and The Frances Golden Ware Gift: Landscapes of the Southwest, featuring works donated to SMU by Calloway and Jerry Bywaters Cochran, daughter of renowned Texas artist Jerry Bywaters. The joint exhibition also highlighted paintings from the family of Frances Golden Ware, including oil paintings from Texas artists Julian Onderdonk and Elmer Page Turner.

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SMU INDUC T S 2 0 1 3 C LA S S of At h l etEs t o Hall of Fame

Cash Birdwell

Russell Carter ’83

Lars Frölander ’98

Rick Herrscher ’58

Lance McIlhenny ’83

Earl Stewart

A coach, a trainer and four athletes were inducted as the newest members of the SMU Athletics Hall of Fame in May. Inductees were: • Cash Birdwell, Mustang athletic trainer in 1968 and in 1973 through 2005, won College Athletic Trainer of the Year in 1978 and served as a trainer for the NFL’s Los Angeles Rams in 1969–72. • Russell Carter ’83 was an All-American track athlete on the indoor mile relay team and the outdoor 1,600-meter relay team in 1983. Also part of the Mustang football teams that won NCAA National Championships in 1981 and 1982, he was drafted by the NFL’s New York Jets in the first round. • Lars Frölander ’98 was the 1998 NCAA Swimmer of the Year, winning national championships in the 100-meter butterfly in 1995 and 1997 and the 100-meter butterfly in 1997 and 1998. He represented his native Sweden in six Olympic Games, winning a gold medal and two silver medals.

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• Rick Herrscher ’58 was a member of the 1956 Mustang basketball team that reached the NCAA Final Four and was named Southwest Conference Player of the Year for 1957–58. Herrscher also spent the 1962 baseball season as an infielder for the New York Mets. • Lance McIlhenny ’83 finished his Mustang career as the most successful quarterback in the history of the Southwest Conference, posting a career record of 34-5-1. He led the Mustangs to two NCAA-recognized national championships and two SWC Championships in 1981 and 1982. • Earl Stewart, women’s golf coach from 1975 through 1987, guided the Mustangs to an Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) national championship in 1979 and a Southwest Conference championship in 1986. He was named to the National Golf Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 1987.

Four Mustang teams achieve 100 percent graduation rate

Four SMU teams – men’s and women’s tennis, women’s soccer and women’s track – received perfect 100 percent graduation ratings in the NCAA Graduation Success Rate report released in October. All 15 of SMU’s athletic programs were rated equal to or better than the national average in rates of graduation.

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Margus Hunt ’13, the Mustangs football team’s defensive end, was selected by the Cincinnati Bengals in the second round of the NFL draft, No. 53 overall. Hunt’s selection was the highest for an SMU player since 1986. Five other players from the 2012 SMU roster were selected to participate as free agents at various NFL training camps during summer 2013.

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FIN A NCI A L RE P O RT

C O N S O LID A TED F IN A NCI A L S T A TEMENT S The information on pages 40-41 was derived from the audited financial statements of the University for fiscal year June 1, 2012 – May 31, 2013.

June 1, 2012 – May 31, 2013 (in 000s) Statement of Activity

Balance Sheet

REVENUE Tuition and fees

ASSETS $383,308

Cash and cash equivalents

$290,622

Scholarship allowance – tuition and fees

$(134,561)

Accounts receivable

$25,291

Net Tuition

$248,747

Pledges receivable

$110,908

Gifts $104,166 Endowment income, net of investment expenses

$17,293

Net realized and unrealized gain $82,429 on investments Grants and contracts

$26,591

Organized activities

$7,884

Investments $1,210,237 Property, plant and equipment

$823,610

Other assets

$13,732

Total Assets

$2,474,400

LIABILITIES $186,616

Other sources

$29,298

Accounts payable and accrued expenses

Auxiliary activities

$45,974

Deposits and deferred income

Scholarship allowance – room and board

$(2,942)

Notes payable

$352

$3,837

Bonds payable

$609,621

Independent operations Total Revenue

$563,277

Total Liabilities

EXPENSES

$158,948

Academic support

$55,596

Research

$21,844

Organized activities

$9,833

Student services

$44,279

Auxiliary activities

$68,330

Total Program Expenses Institutional support Independent operations Total Expenses Other changes Change in Net Assets During the Year

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$2,899 $826,506

NET ASSETS $1,647,894

Program expenses: Instructional

Advances for student loans

$27,018

$358,830 $92,282 $3,270 $454,382 $6,659 $115,554

Total Liabilities and Net Assets

$2,474,400


E X P ENDIT U RE S T O WA RD S TR$140,000,000 ATEGIC G O A L S During the past decade, SMU has increased annual expenditures for scholarships, faculty and academic achievement in support of goals $130,000,000 identified in the University’s strategic plan. $140,000,000 $120,000,000 $140,000,000 $130,000,000 $110,000,000 $130,000,000 $120,000,000 $100,000,000 $120,000,000 $110,000,000 $90,000,000 $110,000,000 $100,000,000 $80,000,000 student support

Annual University expenditures for tuition scholarships

$100,000,000 $90,000,000 $70,000,000 $90,000,000 $80,000,000 $60,000,000

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Annual University expenditures for academic instruction

$140,000,000 $130,000,000 $110,000,000 $130,000,000 $120,000,000 $100,000,000 $120,000,000 $110,000,000 $90,000,000 $110,000,000 $100,000,000 $100,000,000 $90,000,000 $90,000,000

$70,000,000 $60,000,000 ACADEMIC support

Annual University expenditures for academic support, including library, advising and technology resources

$70,000,000 $50,000,000 $70,000,000 $60,000,000 $40,000,000 $60,000,000 $50,000,000 $30,000,000 $50,000,000 $40,000,000 $20,000,000 $40,000,000 $30,000,000 $10,000,000 $30,000,000 $20,000,000 $20,000,000 $10,000,000 $10,000,000

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FIN A NCI A L RE P O RT

END O W MENT RE P O RT SMU’s endowment ended the fiscal year on May 31, 2013, with a market value of $1.268 billion, representing an increase of $105.7 million compared to the market value on May 31, 2012. Endowment gifts totaled $36.2 million for the one-year period, while endowment distributions of $54.7 million provided substantial support to University operations and accounted for 16 percent of the operating revenue budget. This spending support funded many restricted and unrestricted purposes, including scholarships, faculty support, educational programs and libraries. We are pleased to report a total return of 11.3 percent for the one-year period ending May 31, 2013. Global equity and diversifying strategies performed well and contributed substantially to the increase in valuation. The environment for private investments was more challenging, particularly outside of the U.S., and the private portfolio generated lower returns. The beginning of 2013 experienced greater market stability and a somewhat more favorable environment for developed equities. Concerns about the sustainability of the current U.S. equity bull market, an increase in interest rates, and geopolitical events around the world contribute to an investment environment that is challenging and demanding. SMU benefits from the generosity of its donors – past and present students, parents, faculty and staff, and friends of the University. We will continue to maintain a disciplined focus on investment strategies and opportunities designed to grow the portfolio over the long term, while achieving an appropriate level of risk and diversification. Meeting those goals will enable the endowment to support SMU into its second century.

ENDOWMENT GROWTH AND TOTAL RETURN 1998–2013 35%

$1,400,000,000 $1,200,000,000

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Endowment Distribution

5% Annual Gifts

2012–13 ENDOWMENT DISTRIBUTION AS A PERCENTAGE OF SMU REVENUE SOURCES (Educational and general budget)

71%

Net Tuition and Required Fees

8% Other Revenue

26%

Scholarships and Other Student Aid

23%

2012–13 ENDOWMENT DISTRIBUTION BY DESIGNATED PURPOSE

39%

Chairs and Faculty Support

Educational Program Support

1% Other 5% Maintenance

6% Library and Books

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C A M PA IGN U P D ATE The Second Century Campaign continued to support SMU’s extraordinary progress, enabling the University to move forward on achieving the goals of enhancing student quality, academic excellence and the campus experience. By May 31, the end of the fiscal year, the campaign had generated more than $732 million in commitments, including more than $95 million in commitments received in 2012–13. That compares to $542 million raised during the entirety of the last campaign, A Time to Lead. Campaign Statistics (as of May 31, 2013) • Endowed funding to support 374 new scholarships • 32 new endowed faculty positions for a total of 94 • 20 endowed schools, centers, institutes, academic and research programs • 120 leadership donors who have provided gifts totaling $1 million or more each • 375 volunteers representing eight academic and three universitywide programs and 10 national and 21 international campaign cities The Second Century Campaign runs through 2015 to align with The Second Century Celebration, which marks the centennials of SMU’s founding in 1911 and opening in 1915.

CampaignCumulative Cumulative Alumni Participation Goal: by 2015 Campaign Alumni Participation Goal: 50% 50% by 2015 Campaign Financial Goal: $750 Million 50.3% 50%

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CAMPA I GN E X ECUT I VE COMM I TTEE Campaign Leadership Council Ruth Collins Sharp Altshuler ’48, Co-chair Gerald J. Ford ’66, ’69, Convening Co-chair Ray L. Hunt ’65, Co-chair Caren H. Prothro, Co-chair Carl Sewell ’66, Co-chair Michael M. Boone ’63, ’67 Gary T. Crum ’69 Linda Pitts Custard ’60, ’99 Robert H. Dedman, Jr. ’80, ’84 Milledge A. Hart, III Gene C. Jones Jeanne L. Phillips ’76 John C. Tolleson ’70 Richard Ware ’68 R. Gerald Turner, ex officio Campaign Steering Committee for Central University Libraries Ann Warmack Brookshire ’77, Co-chair Tavenner C. Lupton, III ’79, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for Cox School of Business Frank M. Dunlevy ’71, Co-chair David B. Miller ’72, ’73, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for Dedman College Kelly Hoglund Compton ’79, Co-chair Frederick B. Hegi, Jr. ’66, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for Dedman School of Law Marilyn Hussman Augur ’89, Co-chair Ron K. Barger ’81, Co-chair George W. Bramblett, Jr. ’63, ’66, Co-chair Alan D. Feld ’57, ’60, Convening Co-chair Wayne Watts ’80, Co-chair Philip J. Wise ’78, ’81, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for Lyle School of Engineering Bobby B. Lyle ’67, Convening Co-chair Karen Livesay Shuford ’70, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for Meadows School of the Arts Linda Harris Gibbons ’58, Co-chair John S. McFarland ’59, ’61, Convening Co-chair Sarah Fullinwider Perot ’83, Co-chair

As of May 31, 2013

Campaign Steering Committee for Perkins School of Theology Dodee Frost Crockett ’03, Co-chair Michael McKee ’78, Co-chair Kay Prothro Yeager ’61, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for Simmons School of Education and Human Development Richard H. Collins ’69, Co-chair Connie Blass O’Neill ’77, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for Athletics Denny R. Holman ’67, Co-chair Paul B. Loyd, Jr. ’68, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for Campus and Student Life Craig James ’83, Co-chair Richard Ware ’68, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for Faculty and Staff Fredrick Iver Olness, Co-chair Julie A. Wiksten ’78, ’92, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for Atlanta Jennifer D. Flanagan ’82, Co-chair Martin L. Flanagan ’82, Co-chair

Campaign Steering Committee for New York City James H. MacNaughton ’72, ’73, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for San Francisco C. David Cush ’82, ’83, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for St. Louis Paul D. Diemer ’86, Co-chair Sheri Forbes Diemer ’86, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for Washington, D.C. Ann Cook Cole ’63, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for International Regions Antoine L.V. Dijkstra, Co-chair (The Hague, Netherlands) Juan L. Elek, Co-chair (Mexico City) Helmut Sohmen ’66, Co-chair (Hong Kong SAR)

Ex Officio R. Gerald Turner, President Brad E. Cheves, Vice President for Development and External Affairs

Campaign Steering Committee for Chicago Becky Ballard White ’82, Co-chair Jim White, Jr. ’82, Co-chair Leslie Zahn Wilson ’81, Co-chair Royce E. (Ed) Wilson, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for Denver Liz Martin Armstrong ’82, Co-chair Bill Armstrong ’82, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for Fort Worth Albon O. Head, Jr. ’68, ’71, Co-chair Stephen L. Tatum ’76, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for Houston Scott J. McLean ’78, Co-chair Dennis E. Murphree ’69, Co-chair Campaign Steering Committee for Los Angeles Marion Palley, Co-chair Roger B. Palley, Co-chair Kelly Allen Welsh ’78, Co-chair Kevin D. Welsh, Co-chair

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Y E A R LY G I V I N G The strong support from alumni, parents, friends and organizations for SMU continued in 2012–13 (FY13). This support, inspired in large part by The Second Century Campaign, is contributing to the University’s momentum and enabling SMU to lay the foundation for an exciting future. Highlights of the fiscal year include: • A total of more than $95.6 million in cash contributions were received during the year. • 133 new scholarship endowments were established, enhancing recruitment and retention opportunities for students. • 9 new faculty position endowments were established, bringing the number of substantially endowed faculty positions to 94, toward a campaign goal of 100. • For the fourth consecutive year, SMU Athletics set new annual giving records, including $8.37 million. • Annual giving by alumni reached 24 percent for the year, and 28.6 percent of alumni celebrating reunions made a gift. • 2,735 households made contributions totaling $1,000 or more and are recognized as President’s Associates. • 13,111 households made gifts and pledge payments to SMU in at least two consecutive years, and 2,346 households have contributed consecutively for at least 10 years. All are recognized in the Hilltop Society. • 57.4 percent of faculty and staff (1,243 individuals) contributed to the campaign during the fiscal year. • 635 students made a gift during FY13. • 50.3 percent of alumni have made at least one gift thus far in the campaign. • 1,652 volunteers led and supported alumni activities around the world, and 64 percent of these volunteers made a gift to SMU.

2012–13 PERCENTAGE OF giving (June 1, 2012 – May 31, 2013) BY PURPOSE

BY SOURCE

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Alumni

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Campus Experience

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TIMELINE O F M O MENT U M The Second Century Campaign and The Second Century Celebration marked progress through a number of significant announcements and events during the year.

2012–13

October 10 | Tip-off event at Moody welcomes Coach Larry Brown and recognizes new leadership gifts to Moody Coliseum project

October 17 | Hon. James A. Baker, III, receives the Tower Center Medal of Freedom Award

October 25 | Distinguished Alumni and History Makers honored at Homecoming event on SMU’s main quadrangle

October 26 | Centennial luncheon celebrates major donors to SMU capital projects

November 1 | Leadership gift from W. Yandell “Tog” Rogers, Jr. ’61 establishes an endowed scholarship fund to support Dedman School of Law

November 1 | Second Century Campaign commitments from Houston donors surpass $100 million

November 28 | SMU celebrates the 100th birthday of Dallas Hall November 30 | SMU partners with the city of Dallas and AT&T to develop a championship golf complex in South Dallas December 4 | Leadership gift from SMU Trustee and former Board Chair Ruth Collins Sharp Altshuler ’48 establishes The Ruth Collins Altshuler Endowed Professor and Director of the Interdisciplinary Institute December 7 | Leadership gift from the Kleinheinz Family Endowment for the Arts and Education establishes an endowed chair in Art History at Meadows School of the Arts December 21 | Leadership gift from Les Ware ’89, ’92 and Amy Abboud Ware ’87, ’90 establishes an endowed professorship at Dedman School of Law December 24 | Mustangs victorious in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl, SMU’s fourth consecutive bowl game February 4 | Hamon Arts Library receives a gift of personal materials from the estate of Nancy Hamon, as well as funding to endow the collection. In addition, film historian and collector Jeff Gordon commits a planned estate gift of movie archives. February 6 | SMU announces third endowed centennial position, and the first in Meadows School of the Arts, established with gift from SMU Trustee Sarah Fullinwider Perot ’83 and former Trustee Ross Perot, Jr. February 8 | SMU’s first endowed centennial scholarship established in memory of Bill Ware ‘70, in support of BBA students in the Cox School of Business February 21 | $25 million gift announced from Harold C. and Annette Caldwell Simmons to the Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development to fund a new building and three new endowed academic positions

March 26 | New York-area donors honored for Second Century Campaign gifts totaling more than $7.5 million April 4 | SMU honors Washington, D.C.-area donors for their $5 million in gifts and commitments

April 16 | SMU announces leadership gifts from Linda Pitts Custard ’60, ’99 and William A. Custard ’57 and The Meadows Foundation, establishing endowed position of Director of the Meadows Museum and Centennial Chair in the Meadows School of the Arts April 16 | Leadership gift from The Vin and Caren Prothro Foundation establishes the Ruth and Kenneth Altshuler Centennial Interdisciplinary Professorship in Cities, Regions and Globalization in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences

April 18 | SMU celebrates third annual Founders’ Day and officially welcomes the George W. Bush Presidential Center to campus

April 25 | George W. Bush Presidential Center is dedicated, with five living U.S. presidents and 12,000 guests in attendance

May 1 | George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum opens to public

May 10 | During its Year of the Library, SMU announces leadership gifts from the J.S. Bridwell Foundation and the Fondren Foundation to support renovation of Bridwell and Fondren libraries

May 18 | Former U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison addresses 2013 graduating class on historic main quadrangle SMU 2012–13 ANNUAL REPORT

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2 0 1 2 – 1 3 H O N O R R O LL SMU is built on the unbridled generosity of our alumni, parents and friends. In the fiscal year June 1, 2012 – May 31, 2013, SMU received financial support from thousands of generous donors who are helping to strengthen the University. SMU is pleased to acknowledge these donors and honor their ongoing commitment.

CAMPAIGN donors 2006–13

Recognizes contributors of $100,000 or more during The Second Century Campaign (January 1, 2006 – May 31, 2013). ENDOWMENT donors

Recognizes donors who established new endowments in 2012–13. DALLAS HALL SOCIETY

Recognizes donors who made a planned gift to the University in 2012–13. PRESIDENT’S ASSOCIATES

Recognizes donors who contributed $1,000 or more in 2012–13. CORPORATIONS, FOUNDATIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS

Recognizes institutions that contributed $1,000 or more in 2012–13. HILLTOP SOCIETY

Recognizes donors who give to SMU in consecutive years.

In the following pages, the University recognizes the generosity of those whose contributions are critical to the future of SMU, helping to define a second century of achievement. The University has made every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. If you note an error or omission, please bring it to our attention so that we may correct our records. Thank you for your generous support of SMU and its educational mission.

Office of Donor Relations • 214-768-4525 • donorrelations@smu.edu

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SECOND CENTURY CAMPAIGN DONORS This honor roll recognizes donors to SMU Unbridled: The Second Century Campaign. Donors listed here have made cumulative campaign commitments of $100,000 or more during the period January 1, 2006 – May 31, 2013. These generous commitments are essential to the achievement of the University’s campaign goals.

$1 Million and Above

Anonymous Donors (17) AIM Foundation Kenneth Z. Altshuler and Ruth Collins Sharp Altshuler ’48 Kathryn H. Arata ’87, ’91 and Stephen L. Arata ’88 and the Aldersgate Charitable Foundation William E. Armentrout Foundation Bill Armstrong ’82 and Liz Martin Armstrong ’82 Thomas R. Arp Barachel Foundation, Inc. Belle Stumberg Berg ’71 and Donald A. Berg ’71, ’77 The Bolin Family Jane R. and Pat S. Bolin ’73 Wichita Falls Area Community Foundation D. Phil and Aurora Bolin Donor Advised Fund Pat S. and Jane Bolin Family Donor Advised Fund Daniel H. Bolin ’72

Linda Pitts Custard ’60, ’99, William A. Custard ’57 and L. Frank Pitts †

D. Scott Luttrell ’77 and Laura Dvorozniak Luttrell ’77

The Dedman Foundation and Family

Bobby B. Lyle ’67

Frank M. Dunlevy ’71 and Susan Dunlevy

J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation

The Embrey Family Foundation

Marriott Fund for Southern Methodist University of the Columbus Foundation

Mary Helen Fabacher and Mike A. Fabacher Allison N. Fields and Jay D. Fields ’99 The Fondren Foundation Gerald J. Ford ’66, ’69 and Kelli Olsen Ford Peggy Crooke Fry Linda Gardner and Fred Alsup Estate of Brady P. Gentry Jeffrey A. Gordon Nancy B. Hamon † Deborah Godich Hankinson ’83 Estate of Peggy R. Harrison ’28 Linda W. Hart ’65 and Milledge A. Hart, III

Estate of Alta M. Brenner

John L. Hendry, III ’53, ’57 and Rose Marie Salisbury Hendry ’53

Gina L. Bridwell and Tucker S. Bridwell ’73, ’74

Highland Park United Methodist Church

J.S. Bridwell Foundation

Hillcrest Foundation

The W.W. Caruth, Jr. Foundation Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas

Hoblitzelle Foundation

William P. Clements, Jr. ’39 † and Rita Crocker Clements

Hunter L. Hunt ’90 and Stephanie E. Hunt

Marshall P. Cloyd ’64 and Robin Singleton Cloyd ’80 Jerry Bywaters Cochran Richard H. Collins ’69 and the Calvert K. Collins Family Foundation Susan Smith Cooper ’62 and William R. Cooper ’58 Edwin L. Cox ’42 The Crain Foundation Carter Creech ’60, ’63 Gary T. Crum ’69 and Sylvie P. Crum

Roy M. Huffington ’38 †

Nancy Ann Hunter Hunt ’65 and Ray L. Hunt ’65 Ruth Ray Hunt Memorial VII Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas E.R. Hyde ’49 and Mary Ann Hyde Jeanne Roach Johnson ’54 Estate of Karl Kilinski, II Barry M. Kitt and Beth M. Kitt Kleinheinz Family Endowment for the Arts and Education Charles Koch Foundation Val † and Frank † Late Paul B. Loyd, Jr. ’68 and Penny R. Loyd

Martha Proctor Mack ’41 † Estate of Marschal W. Massey ’48 Meadows Foundation, Incorporated Professor and Mrs. Joseph W. McKnight David B. Miller ’72, ’73 and Carolyn L. Miller and David B. Miller Family Foundation The Moody Foundation The Morris Foundation The Noel Family James L. Noel III and Melinda C. Noel Carol Noel King ’76 and J. Stephen King ’77 Edmund O. Noel ’75 and Patrice Oden Noel ’75 William D. Noel ’82 and Barbara W. Noel Robert C. Noel ’80, ’89 and Deanne Moore Noel ’89

Alice G. Nye and Erle A. Nye ’65 Dian Graves Owen Foundation C. Robert Palmer ’57, ’66 and Rebecca S. Palmer Martha Raley Peak ’50 and Preston A. Peak William C. Perkins † Perkins-Prothro Foundation Elizabeth Perkins Prothro ’39 † Joe N. Prothro and Dale D. Prothro Mark H. Prothro ’72 and Dianne C. Prothro Kay Prothro Yeager ’61 and Frank J. Yeager Sarah Fullinwider Perot ’83 and Ross Perot, Jr. and The Sarah and Ross Perot, Jr. Foundation Estate of Catherine Stockard Perrine PlainsCapital Bank Caren H. Prothro, Vin and Caren Prothro Foundation, Cullum Clark and Nita Prothro Clark, Vincent H. Prothro, Perkins-Prothro Foundation Bruce A. Robson ’74 and Emily K. Robson Nancy C. Rogers and Richard R. Rogers

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Suzie Rogers and Yandell Rogers, Jr. ’61

American Airlines Inc.

Victor E. and Gladys J. † Salvino

AT&T Corp.

Suzanne Schmidt ’67 and Dan C. Jones

Ruth and Ted Bauer Family Foundation

Carl Sewell ’66 and Peggy Higgins Sewell ’72

Joe Bays ’79

Mrs. Mark Shepherd, Jr. (Mary Alice)

Joseph G. Beard, Sr. ’83 and Sherry H. Beard

Siemens PLM Software

Belo Corp.

Annette Caldwell Simmons ’57 and Harold C. Simmons

Jilene K. Boghetich ’76 and Tony Boghetich ’75 and the Robert Glenn Rapp Foundation

Dr. Bob & Jean Smith Foundation Jean K. Smith Sally Smith Mashburn ’77 Suzy Smith Welfelt ’78 Scott R. Smith ’79 Marty Smith Kelley ’81

Blake Bozman ’93 and Tara Snellbacher Bozman

Anna P. Sohmen and Helmut Sohmen ’66

The Cain Foundation

Gay F. Solomon and William T. Solomon ’64

Donald J. Carter and Linda J. Carter

Tejon Energy, LP

CFP Foundation

Ann Thompson Maguire ’52 † and Cary M. Maguire

Texas Instruments Foundation and Texas Instruments Incorporated

Estate of Sarah C. Ciuffardi ’48, ’51

Don ’62 and Dian Malouf

The Clements Foundation

Linda Cumber Marcus ’59, ’90

Anonymous Donor Advised Funds of the Texas Methodist Foundation

Ann Cook Cole ’63

The Eugene McDermott Foundation

Estate of Emmett Marvin Collins ’54, ’59

Cynthia M. McDonald and W. Scott McDonald, Jr. ’59, ’61

Jo Ann Geurin Thetford ’69, ’70 The Tolleson Family Foundation James J. Truchard and Lee I. Truchard and National Instruments Estate of Glenn Allen Tucker ’89 Jack A. Turpin Sheila Umphrey and Walter Umphrey ’58 United Methodist Church General Board of Higher Education and Ministry

George W. Bramblett, Jr. ’63, ’66 and Pedie Oliver Bramblett ’95 Ann Warmack Brookshire ’77 and Bradley W. Brookshire ’76

The Dallas Foundation Dallas Bar Foundation Abha Singh Divine ’89 and James S. Divine ’89 Dennis O. Dixon ’66, ’68 James P. Dolan Ernst & Young Foundation ExxonMobil Foundation

Richard Ware ’68

The Folsom Charitable Foundation Margaret Dalton Folsom ’49 and Robert S. Folsom ’49 Diane Folsom Frank ’72, ’75 and Robert J. Frank Debra Folsom Jarma ’75 and Don M. Jarma ’75 R. Steve Folsom ’81 and Sharon Folsom

Donna R. Weber and Garry A. Weber ’58

Estate of Josephine Burns Forman

The Robert A. Welch Foundation

Dan and Debra Friedkin

Barbara Cook Wendland ’55, ’86 and Erroll Wendland ’50, ’51, the Joe B. and Louise P. Cook Foundation

Jerome M. Fullinwider ’51 and Leah Y. Fullinwider

Amy Abboud Ware ’87, ’90 and Leslie D. Ware ’89, ’92 and the Amy and Les Ware Foundation

Glenn A. Youngkin and Suzanne Schulze Youngkin ’89

Ann Park Roberts Gibbs ’66 and James R. Gibbs ’66, ’70, ’72

Anne Perdue Herrscher ’58, ’86 † and Richard F. Herrscher ’58 Estate of Robert J. Hieronymus ’55 Billie Ruth (B.R.) Holman ’67 and Denny R. Holman ’67 Istation William R. Janowski ’57 Jones Day Gene C. Jones and Jerry Jones The Kresge Foundation Charles L. Lloyd, Jr. ’64 and Sandra C. Lloyd Lockheed Martin Corp., Missiles & Fire Control Henry Luce Foundation Heather Madden and James C. Madden, V ’83

Charles D. Moore ’74 Lynn McDonald Murray and Robert J. Murray Fay C. O’Neil ’55 and William J. O’Neil ’55 Omni Hotels Oncor Amy Phelan and John C. Phelan ’86 The Pollock Family Foundation The Family of Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Pollock The Family of Mr. Lawrence S. Pollock, III PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Raytheon Bradley C. Reeves ’91 and Holly L. Reeves The Richards Group, Inc. Evalyn Elizabeth Cook Richter Memorial Fund and Paul K. Richter Memorial Fund Hannah Robson and Joe Robson ’76 Robert B. Rowling ’79 and Terry G. Rowling

John J. Gorman ’82 and Tamra Gorman

Lola Peterson Sanford ’50 and R. F. Sanford ’50

$500,000 to $999,999

Randall G. Goss ’76

James S. Seneker Trust

Anonymous Donors (5)

Estate of Ima H. Herron ’21

Judy Keller Shore ’90 and Michael W. Shore ’86, ’90

David E. Alexander and Sandy W. Alexander

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Michael G. Smith ’66, ’71 SMU 2012–13 ANNUAL REPORT

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Estate of William Elliott Smith ’57

Isabelle T. Black and Scott M. Black

Payne Stewart Family Foundation, Inc.

Mr. Bill Bond ’79

Jennifer ‘86 and Mark ‘87 Styslinger and the Altec Styslinger Foundation

Marla Hays Boone ’68 and Michael M. Boone ’63, ’67

Joe Chat Sumner, III ’55

Estate of Lois A. Bowers

Dallas Women’s Foundation

Texas United Methodist College Association

Twila Stowe Bryan and the Family of Bishop Alonzo Monk Bryan ’38 †

The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations

Estate of Irene H. Wadel Cynthia R. Ward and William C. Ward ’65 Billie S. Watts and D. Wayne Watts ’80 Billie Ida Williamson ’74 A. Gordon Worsham and Sudie Appel Worsham

Estate of Lawrence Hyman Budner ’51, ’90 Diane H. Buford and Kim L. Buford Donna B. Buster and Edwin R. Buster, III ’58 Marjorie F. Calahan R. W. Calloway ’55 (B.B.A.), ’58 (J.D.)

$100,000 TO $499,999

Anonymous Donors (18)

Samuel M. Cangelosi ’73 and Cynthia L. Cangelosi

Abbott Family Partners, Ltd.

LaDonna J. Carrington ’83, ’84

Accenture

Nancy M. Carruth †

Mary C. Ackerschott ’46 †

Ana M. Carty and Donald J. Carty

Grant F. Adamson ’88 and Nelda Sanchez Adamson ’85, ’88

Joanne Leonhardt Cassullo ‘83 and the Dorothea Leonhardt Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas

Lydia and Bill Addy Leora M. Allen † and Robert L. Allen Pierce M. Allman ’54 Jennifer Burr Altabef ‘78, ‘81 and Peter A. Altabef Elizabeth Weiss Altman ’84 and Louis Altman John B. Anderson ’96 and Nancy Seay Anderson ’97 Richard E. Anderson ’88 and Tamara Reisenbigler Anderson ’87

Robert V. Cecil ’62 and Sandra Garland Cecil ’64 Felix Y. Chen Ting L. Chu and Shirley S. Chu † Calvin N. Clyde, Jr. ’41 † and Patsy K. Clyde ’43 † Janis P. Coffee and Roy C. Coffee, Jr. Prof. Alan B. Coleman and Janet Saville Coleman ’81 Debra J. Coleman ’74

Aramco Service Company

Fulton and Susie Collins Foundation

Susan Downs Armstrong ’59 and Thomas E. Armstrong ’59

Kelly Hoglund Compton ’79, R. Brock Compton, The Hoglund Foundation

Anita Ray Arnold and Truman Arnold

Paul C. Congleton ’76

Anthony Atwell and Susan Atwell

ConocoPhillips

Horace Anson (Pat) Baker, Jr. ’55

Mary D. Countiss and W. F. “Bill” Countiss ’70

Bank of Texas, N.A.

Berry R. Cox and Jeanne Tower Cox ’78

Lisa Blue Baron

Glenn A. Cox, Jr. ’51 and Veronica Martin Cox ’51

James E. Bass and Hong Zhao Bass ‘08 and the Simpática Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas William M. Bauman

Jane Thaggard Cumiskey ’71, ’88 and Michael R. Cumiskey ’71 Linda Curts and Steven R. Curts ’82 C. David Cush ’82, ’83

Richard L. Dennie ’60 † and Shirley Dennie Derek E. Dewan and Kim B. Dewan Estate of John P. Dewey, Jr. ’52 Dillard’s, Inc. Alex Dillard and Cannell Dillard Michael Dillard and Lynn Dillard C.J. (Don) Donnally, Jr. ’67, ’68 and Carol G. Donnally Vivian Noble DuBose ’77 The Duda Family Foundation Fritz Duda and Mary Lee Duda Michael C. Duda ’11 Candise B. Dunleavy and Kevin B. Dunleavy, Sr. Rogge Dunn ’80 Gregg L. Engles and Molly S. Engles Bess Fraser Enloe ’60 and R. Ted Enloe, III ’64 Heather Holmes Esping ’93 and William P. Esping ’91 Exxon Mobil Corporation Faith Communities Coalition of Dallas, Inc. Alan D. Feld ’57, ’60 and Anne S. Feld Dan L. Flanagan ’72 Jennifer Gelety Flanagan ’82 and Martin L. Flanagan ’82 Joe T. Ford Lee H. Ford and Logan Ford † Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Ford ’95 Scott T. Ford Estate of George M. Foster, Jr. J. Ed Frieze ’81 and Maureen Gehan Frieze ’84 Maureen Frost and Spencer C. Frost, III ’59, ’61

The Rev. Mark Craig and Sandra Craig

Dean M. Gandy ’50

Peter D. Crist and Stephanie Crist

Carol M. Garcia and Paul R. Garcia and The Paul and Carol Garcia Family Fund

Julia and Louis A. † Beecherl, Jr.

Dodee Frost Crockett ’03 and William B. Crockett, Jr. ’05

Lucy and Henry Billingsley

John W. Croft and Kathryn G. Croft

James T. Garrett ’49, ’52

Brenda J. Birenbaum and Dennis H. Birenbaum

David M. Crowley Foundation

Marie A. Garrison

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Beverly Gatton and Lee J. Gatton ’75

Frederick B. Hegi, Jr. ’66 and Jan Vestal Hegi ’66

Helen M. Gehan and John C. Gehan

William J. Hendrix ’58

Alyssa A. Geiger and James F. Geiger

Elaine Henry and Hunter W. Henry

The General Counsel Forum

Lila H. Henry ’51 †

General Motors Corp.

Hewlett-Packard Company

Bert A. Getz, Jr. ’89 and Susan Getz and the Globe Foundation

Holt Hickman ’54 and Jo A. Hickman

Gibbs’ Grandchildren’s Trust Judy and Jim Gibbs Estate of Pat Gibbs Estate of Angelita P. Gillespie Lionel E. Gilly ’39, ’49, ’53 and Phyllis Gilly Doyle D. Glass ’84, ’88 and Kim Glass Dianne Glick, Jerome E. Glick and The Glick Foundation Google.org

Al G. Hill, Jr. William J. Hill Donna B. Hines and William M. Hines ’83 Ann V. Hobson and H. Lee Hobson Estate of Sheri Holloway Diana Slaughter Horan ’69 and Timothy Horan, Jr. ’70 Hunter H. Horgan, IV ’97 Houston Endowment Inc.

Katherine M. Gormly and Matthew E. Gormly III

David H. Hudnall ’70 and Gerry Brewer Hudnall ’71

Karen E. Gray

M.R. and Evelyn Hudson Foundation

Sidney J. Greehey ’79

Vester T. Hughes, Jr.

Dianne Warren Green ’70 and William L. Green ’69, ’72

Clark K. Hunt ’87 and Tavia Shackles Hunt

Eric C. Green ’76 and Debra J. Green Kelly Green and Norman N. Green Paul Grindstaff William H. Grumbles ’71 and Julia S. Grumbles

Daniel L. Hunt ’00 Lamar Hunt ’56 † and Norma K. Hunt Estate of William A. Hunter ’49 Anna Marie Krizman Hurwitz and Joseph M. Hurwitz ’75

Guaranty Bank

Suzanne Spangler Hutchison ’81 and William L. Hutchison, Jr. ’80

Estate of John W. Hagey ’50

James S. Irsay ’81 and Margaret Irsay

Judith Hirsch Hahn ’59

Jackson Walker L.L.P

John M. Haley ’64 and Margie Jackson Haley ’67, ’68

Charles R. Jackson ’58, ’73 and Linda B. Jackson ’58

Albert H. Halff ’37 †

Karen Peters Jackson ’71 and William L. Jackson ’71

Estate of Marion Lee Halford Daniel A. Hamilton ‘71, ‘79 and Gena Hamilton Gloria Slaughter Hammack ’52 and Jack A. Hammack Harris myCFO Foundation Cindy L. Hawkins and Pat C. Hawkins ’70, ’71, ’72 Jeffrey S. Hawn ’86 and Marisa Doak Hawn ’87 Jess T. Hay ’53, ’55 Albon O. Head, Jr. ’68, ’71 and Debra J. Head William Randolph Hearst Foundation

† Deceased

Barry D. Johnson ’86 and Susanna Yarbrough Johnson ’82, ’85 Dane K. Johnson, D.O. ’75

Montfort Jones and Allie Brown Jones Foundation J. Lamar Jordan A. Gordon Kahn ’51 and Elena Kahn David Kahn Mildred H. Keith Trust Robert V. Kemper ’99 and Sandra Lee Kemper ’79 † Mike Kerr ’84 and Nancy Landen Kerr ’84 KidLinks Foundation Gail G. King ’56 and Hugh D. King ’57 Jack M. King, Jr. ’79 Ashlee Hunt Kleinert ’88 and Christopher W. Kleinert ’88 Jack D. Knox ’60, ’63 Sandra Plowman Kraus ’76, ’80 Mr. and Mrs. T. Gregory Kraus ’80 Samuel H. Kress Foundation Roman J. Kupchynsky, II ’80, ’84 and Ruth Irwin Kupchynsky ’80 Lawrence L. Kuppin Lawrence (Rex) Kurzius ’96 and Tina Kurzius Joyce S. Lacerte and Lawrence G. Lacerte Darrell M. Lafitte ’54 and JoAnn Lafitte Diny Nolan Landen ’82, ‘83 and James E. Landen ’82 Gail Widmer Landreth ’73 and William A. Landreth, Jr. ’72 Andrew R. Lane ’81 and Cynthia A. Lane ’81 Fredrick S. Leach ’83 and Jill G. Leach Dr. and Mrs. Mark L. Lemmon Laura A. Leppert and Thomas C. Leppert Carrie A. Levering and Craig R. Levering ’79 Dorothy Lewis and George Lewis David W. Ley ’92

Gary D. Johnson ’80

Larry F. Lightner, Jr. ’65, ’70, Sue Lightner and Lightner Sams Foundation Inc.

Judith K. Johnson ’69, ’75

Lilly Endowment Inc.

Matthew L. Johnson ’07, ’09

Shelli Mims Lindley, Steven J. Lindley ’74 and the Willard and Ruth M. Johnson Charitable Foundation

James M. Johnston ’70, ’71 and Suzanne Scott Johnston ’71 Eric L. Jones and Joye McGrede Jones ’67

Estate of Charles A. Lintz ’54, ’62

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Janice Crow Livingstone ’58 and William E. Livingstone, III ’57, ’60 Locke Lord LLP Robert M. Lockhart ’52 and Mary L. Lockhart J. Stephen Lockton ’89 and Nicole Lampkin Lockton ’92 Joseph O. Luby, Jr. ’68, ’70 Chauncey F. Lufkin III James R. Macanliss ’69 and Susan Owen Macanliss ’70 Matthew O. Maddox ’98 Fredna Barton Mahaffey ’50 and John B. Mahaffey

SMU Mothers’ and Dads’ Clubs

Mark A. Robertson ’85

John R. Muse and Lyn R. Muse

Nick & Alma Robson Foundation

A. Taylor Nance ’54, ’57

The Rev. Linda Smith Roby ’75, ’00 and Frank M. Roby ’75

Linda O. Neumann and Lydon Neumann ’68 Dr. Faith G. Nibbs ’07, ’11 The William F. and Noreen L. Nicol Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc. The Oaklawn Foundation Kevin P. O’Meara ’86 and Patricia Ann O’Meara Laran Claire O’Neill ’01, ’08 Organon USA Inc.

Ken S. Malcolmson ’74 and Stacey Paddock Malcolmson

Randolph N. Osherow

Alan J. Marantz and Virginia Marantz

Marion Palley and Roger B. Palley

Ray H. Marr ’52

Anne Spivey Paup ’73 and Henry B. Paup ’73

David R. Martindale ‘83

Pavestone Company, Bob and Myrna Schlegel

Craig L. Massey ’77, ’83 and Tatiana A. Massey

Stephen J. Perkins ’07

J. Scott Mattei ’93

Elizabeth Schrodel Perry ’84, ’91

The Rev. J. William Matthews ’63 and Norma T. Matthews

Estate of Charles Polk Player ’51, ’74

William E. Maynard, III Estate of Renato Mazza Holly and Michael McCloskey Sollie & Lilla McCreless Foundation James R. and Elaine B. McDade Charitable Trust Jackie M. McElhaney ’62, ’82 and John H. McElhaney ’56, ’58 June D. McGuire and Peter G. McGuire Anna Allen McLean ’87 and Scott J. McLean ’78 Robert E. Mellor ’68 and Suzanne Bolton Mellor ’69 Karl V. Mendel ’42 Adele S. Merck James S. Meyer ’79, ’82 and Louisa Orr Meyer ’79 Deborah Brames Michel ’85 and David L. Michel ’84, ’89

Joe K. Pace ’67 †

The Plunkett Family Judge Charles E. Plunkett Mark B. Plunkett ’96 Catherine Fairman Potts ’42 and George G. Potts ’42, ’47 Reaud Charitable Foundation Dana A. Reaud and Wayne A. Reaud Ryann A. Reaud

James R. Sackett and Kimberly J. Yamanouchi ’78 Phyllis Sams and William M. Sams ’60 Martin Samuelsohn ’41 † Douglas Scharbauer Pat and Pete Schenkel Enika Pearson Schulze ’76 and Richard H. Schulze Ann Holland Scott ’80 and Richard Lynn Scott ’78 The Gay D. and William F. Scott Family Foundation Gay D. Scott and William F. Scott James M. Scott ’06 William F. Scott, II ’06 Lynda L. Scurlock ’60 † Nicholas T. Serafy, Jr. and Viveca Serafy and The Serafy Family Foundation Maria Cuellar Sikkel ’73 and Mark A. Sikkel ’73 Patria Agustin Smith ’78 and Paul D. Smith, Jr.

Dallas K. Snadon and Daryl N. Snadon

Christopher H. Rentzel ’72 and Jana S. Rentzel

Oren H. Soules †

Research In Motion

Marianne and Roger Staubach

Estate of Homer B. Reynolds, III ’84, ’87

H. Leighton Steward ’57, ’59 and Lynda Brady Steward ’59

Merrill J. Reynolds ’76 and Nancy S. Reynolds Estate of Frank K. Ribelin Lillian Zars Richey ’99 and M. Adam Richey ’84 Ronald H. Ridlehuber ’75

Paulette McConachie Moen ’75 and Timothy P. Moen ’74, ’75

Ed and Margaret Roberts Foundation, Mary Ledyard Countiss and W. F. Countiss ’70 and Edgar P. Roberts and Margaret L. Roberts Summerfield G. Roberts Foundation

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Thomas W. Sabin, Jr. ’79 and Amy T. Styczynski ’89

Richey and Marget Reneberg

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Virginia Street Smith ‘58

Estate of Mike Miller ’73, ’77

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Barbara Lange Rotto ’64 and Richard L. Rotto ’62

Jan and Trevor Rees-Jones

The Riehm Family Foundation, Inc.

Granville C. and Gladys H. Morton Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas

Marianne B. Rooney and Patrick T. Rooney

Gayle and Paul Stoffel Marjorie Wright Strange ’44, ’75 and William B. Strange, Jr. ’43 † Layton Stuart † and Tommye Stuart Estate of Marie K. Stufflebeme The Summerlee Foundation Hatton W. Sumners Foundation, Inc. Frances McCreless Sunderland ’59 and Robert B. Sunderland ’60


Greg M. Swalwell ’79 and Terry G. Connor

Ellen C. Williams and J. McDonald Williams

Lucy Ann Hall and M. Allen Sweet ’70

James W. Williams, Jr. ’78, ’81

Jack E. Swindle ’65, ’67 and Libby Rogers Swindle ’73

Liz Williams

Charles J. Sylva and Sally P. Sylva Barbara C. Sypult and Robert P. Sypult Kathy Talley and Mike Talley ’87 Catherine B. Taylor Hope Pierce Tartt Scholarship Fund Patricia A. Taylor ’02, ’06 and Sam E. Taylor, Jr. Joni Templeton Charitable Trust Mary C. Templeton and Richard K. Templeton Antoinette Barksdale Terry ’54 and Marshall Terry ’53, ’54 Texas Guaranteed

Myra Nicol Williams ’63 and Van Zandt Williams, Jr. John D. Williamson, Jr. ’55, ’57 and Roberta Van Zandt Williamson ’58 Leslie Zahn Wilson ’81 and Royce E. (Ed) Wilson Robert A. Wilson ’67 and Susan Cooper Wilson ’67 Melissa Wise and Philip J. Wise ‘78, ‘81 Dee and Charles † Wyly Edward C. Wynne ’91 and John R. Payne Estate of Jessamine Grimes Younger ’69 B.J. Zimmerman ’54 and Patsy C. Zimmerman

Estate of Joyce Tharp Gail Griffin Thomas ’58 and Robert Hyer Thomas ’53, ’57 Estate of James Cleo Thompson, Jr. ’53 THQ Inc. Turner Construction Company Gail O. Turner and R. Gerald Turner John T. Unger ’73, ’74 and Kathy J. Welch ’74 Arch W. Van Meter ’53, ’72 and Patsy T. Van Meter The Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation William J. Ware ’01 Terry Warner ’74 Heather H. Washburne and Ray W. Washburne ’84 Connie S. Watson and Jeffrey B. Watson ’74 Andrea Parvin Weber ’00 and John R. Weber, Jr. ’98 The Weitzman Group and Cencor Realty Services, Inc. Wells Fargo Russell H. Wheat ’60 Leland B. White ’72 and Monica Hillenbrand White ’87 Paul D. White and Joanne White † Katherine Sams Wiley ’65 and L.R. Wiley, Jr. Abigail Sassenhagen Williams ’94 and Todd A. Williams

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NEW ENDOWMENT DONORS Since the launch of The Second Century Campaign, new endowments supporting a variety of purposes have been established through outright gifts or planned giving instruments. The following donors created new endowments during the period June 1, 2012 – May 31, 2013.

Donor Name

Fund Name

Anonymous

The Soli Deo Gloria Endowment Fund*

Jennifer Burr Altabef ‘78, ‘81 and Peter A. Altabef The Jennifer Burr Altabef Endowed Journalism Excellence Fund in Honor of Darwin Payne Kenneth Z. Altshuler and Ruth Collins Sharp Altshuler ’48 The Ruth Collins Altshuler Endowed Professor and Director of the Interdisciplinary Institute at SMU Fund William M. Bauman

The Bauman Family Endowed Scholarship Fund

Gina L. Bridwell and Tucker S. Bridwell ’73, ’74

The Gina and Tucker Bridwell Endowed MBA Scholarship Fund

Ana M. Carty and Donald J. Carty

The Donald J. Carty Endowed Tower Scholars Program Fund

Richard H. Collins ’69

The Richard H. Collins Endowed Tower Scholars Program Fund

Linda Pitts Custard ’60, ’99 and William A. Custard ’57 and The Linda P. and William A. Custard Director of the Meadows Museum and Meadows Foundation, Incorporated Centennial Chair in the Meadows School of the Arts Endowed Fund The Dedman Foundation and Family

Dedman College Interdisciplinary Institute Endowment Fund

The Duda Family Foundation

The Duda Family Foundation Endowed MBA Scholarship Fund

Doyle D. Glass ’84, ’88 and Kim Glass

The Kim and Doyle Glass Endowed Meadows Scholar Fund

Estate of Nancy B. Hamon

The Nancy B. Hamon Special Collection Endowment Fund

Lila Harlow Henry ‘51 and Hunter Woods Henry, Jr. †

The Lila Harlow Henry Endowed Meadows Scholarship Fund

Kleinheinz Family Endowment for the Arts and Education The Kleinheinz Family Endowment for the Arts and Education Endowed Chair in Art History Fund KPMG LLP

The KPMG Endowed MSA Scholarship Fund

Lawrence (Rex) Kurzius ‘96 and Tina Kurzius

The Rex Kurzius Community College Transfer Endowed Scholarship Fund

Multiple Donors The Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development Building Maintenance Endowment Fund Multiple Donors

The Delmer Ray Threadgill Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund

Multiple Donors

The Bill Ware Memorial Endowed Centennial BBA Scholarship Fund

Martha Raley Peak ’50 and Preston A. Peak The Martha Raley Peak Endowed Centennial Chair and Director of the Meadows Symphony Orchestra Fund Estate of William C. Perkins

Paul William and Nettie Burtha Lemburg Eble Endowment Fund

The Sarah and Ross Perot, Jr. Foundation

The Leah Young Fullinwider Endowed Centennial Chair in Music Performance

Charles H. Pistor, Jr. ’61 † and Regina P. Pistor

The Regina P. and Charles H. Pistor Endowed Centennial Scholarship Fund

Mark B. Plunkett ’96 and Judge Charles E. Plunkett

The Nancy Stephenson Plunkett Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund

Caren H. Prothro, Vin and Caren Prothro Foundation, The Ruth and Kenneth Altshuler Centennial Interdisciplinary Professorship in Cullum Clark and Nita Prothro Clark Cities, Regions and Globalization The Riehm Family Foundation, Inc.

The Dean John W. Riehm Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Serafy Foundation

The Serafy Foundation Endowed Engaged Learning Fund

Gayle and Paul Stoffel The Gayle and Paul Stoffel Endowed Centennial Graduate Fellowship in Art History Fund Barbara C. Sypult and Robert P. Sypult

The Barbara C. and Robert P. Sypult Endowed Music Scholarship Fund*

Leland B. White ’72

The Leland White Family Endowed Engineering Scholarship Fund

* Provided by a future irrevocable planned gift.

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N ew D a l l as H a l l S ociety M em b ers Dallas Hall Society recognizes alumni, parents and friends who have included SMU in their estate plans or made other planned gifts to the University. Chartered in 1996, the Society has 445 active households. Dallas Hall Society members listed below joined during the period June 1, 2012 – May 31, 2013.

Elizabeth Mahaffey Anderson ‘77 and Kenneth W. Anderson ‘81 Larry E. Bailey ‘63, ‘66 and Roberta Bailey Howard A. Bridge, Jr. ‘53 and Jo Ann Bridge Debra J. Coleman ‘74 Allison (Kate) Shearer Flume ‘04 and Matthew L. Flume ‘04 William H. Grumbles, Jr. ‘71 Christine M. Hale ‘96 and Michael W. Hale Dana Hall and Seth W. Hall, Jr. ‘96 John L. Hendry, III ‘53, ‘57 and Rose Marie Salisbury Hendry ‘53 Tim J. Henthorn ‘93 Boyd D. Lyles, Jr. Heather Madden and James C. Madden, V ‘83 Lynnell E. Mandl ‘76 Victoria E. McLure Laran Claire O’Neill ‘01, ‘08 Leon P. Piepenburg and Marianne B. Piepenburg ‘81 Frances R. Ricker ‘48 and George M. Ricker ‘49 John R. Spaulding and Marilyn Mathis Spaulding ‘71 Barbara C. Sypult and Robert P. Sypult Patricia A. Taylor ‘02, ‘06 and Sam E. Taylor, Jr. Edward C. Wynne ‘91

For more information about Dallas Hall Society, please visit smu.edu/dallashallsociety.

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P resident ’ s A ssociate S President’s Associates recognizes donors who make gifts and pledge payments of $1,000 or more during a fiscal year. The following members of President’s Associates contributed during the period June 1, 2012 – May 31, 2013.

Anonymous Donors

Claire A. Allen ‘10

Becky P. Abbott and C. Thomas Abbott ‘63

Elizabeth Nabholtz Allen ‘04

Susan Downs Armstrong ‘59 and Thomas E. Armstrong ‘60

JoAnn Alford Banister ‘61 and William M. Banister

Lynn Ferguson Abbott ’68 and Robert L. Abbott ’68, ’72

Jennifer B. Allen and Mark S. Allen

Anita Ray Arnold and Truman Arnold

L. James Bankston ‘74 and Sandy L. Bankston

John Allen

Bessie H. Arnold and James W. Arnold ‘52

Jared E. Abbruzzese, Sr. and Sherrie G. Abbruzzese

Laurie L. Allen and Randolph F. Allen ‘84

Peter B. Arnold ‘83

Baxter W. Banowsky ‘92 and Tanya A. Banowsky

Allen K. Abney ‘00, ‘09 and Hannah Siemers Abney ‘02

Lemuel (Lembo) B. Allen, Jr. ‘88, ‘91 Vincent J. Allen

Deanna (DeeDee) T. Arroyo and F. Thaddeus Arroyo ‘89

Cornelius F. Banta, Sr. and Nancy L. Moore Banta

Patrick L. Arsers ‘67, ‘84 and Virginia Dunlap Arsers ‘68, ‘72

William T. Barbee ‘75

Thomas J. Ashley ‘80

Nancy Pierce Barber ‘61

Edna Ashmore and Frank J. Ashmore ‘60

Daphne B. Barfield and Richard L. Barfield ‘84

Nelson R. Ashwander

John R. Barfield ‘65

Eileen Baird Askew ’94 and Richard F. Askew ’92

Leisa A. Barger and Ron K. Barger ‘81

Anna Bland (A.B.) Aston and Scott B. Aston Kathryn B. Atha and Perry D. Atha ‘80

Buckley W. Barlow ‘88 and Leanne Garland Barlow ‘88

Ebby Halliday Acers Emma J. Achucarro and Joaquin Achucarro Carol Ackerman and Stephen Ackerman Allan E. Adami ‘05 and Melissa Fisher Adami ‘05, ‘06 Alice Grubb Adams ’77 and Charles R. Adams ’77 Craig N. Adams ’88 James B. Adams ‘05 Jennifer T. Adams Lindalyn Bennett Adams ‘52 Marjorie A. Adams Paul S. Adams, Jr. ’52 and Susan Biggers Adams ’55 Thomas P. Adams Brooke Benesh Adamson ‘01 and Peter J. Adamson ‘02 Grant F. Adamson ’88 and Nelda Sanchez Adamson ’85, ’88 Don A. Addington ’53, ’65 and Suegene Addington Diann Mills Addison ‘76, ‘81 Lydia and Bill Addy Amelia Peirce Adler ’84 and John C. Adler ’84, ’90

Pierce M. Allman ’54 David F. Allred and Susan F. Allred John S. Alper ‘90 Lisa H. Alt and Mark A. Alt Jennifer Burr Altabef ‘78, ‘81 and Peter A. Altabef Jon J. Altschuler ‘94 and Lori Dietrich Altschuler ‘92 Kenneth Z. Altshuler and Ruth Collins Sharp Altshuler ‘48

Daniel F. Barber ’04

Alan W. Barksdale

William J. Atkins ‘85

C. Larry Barlow ’54 and Jane Barlow

Frank Alvarez

Cheri D. Auerbach and Martin E. Auerbach

Lindsey Webster Amiralai ‘03

Marilyn Hussman Augur ‘89

Lucy Bryan Barlow ‘61 and Samuel S. Barlow, Jr. ‘60

Kristine A. Amon and William J. Amon

Elizabeth W. Aulet

Allan L. Anderson and Kay K. Anderson

Lisa L. Auste and Matthew M. Auste ‘05, ‘11

Barbara M. Anderson and Roy R. Anderson ‘69

Jeff Austin, III ‘84

Carol A. Anderson and David J. Anderson ‘77

Barbara Paschall Averitt ‘82 and Don R. Averitt ‘83

Charles A. Anderson ‘83, ‘84 and Kimberly Chaplain Anderson ‘85 Charles Anderson and Karen Anderson Charlotte J. Anderson and David S. Anderson Dottie Demaree Anderson ’64 and R. Wayne Anderson ’64 Elena Anderson and Theodore C. Anderson, III ’86

Beth R. Averitt and Don V. Averitt ’57 Janice Ham Aycock ’75 and Robert N. Aycock ’75 Bradley W. Ayres ‘01, ‘02 and Dana Wilcox Ayres ‘04 Camin Ernst Ayres ‘95 and William M. Ayres ‘91 Barbara Babb and Ralph W. Babb, Jr.

Randi Scheel Barnes ‘76 and Shepard E. Barnes ‘76 Lisa L. Barnett and Philip E. Barnett, Jr. Steve Barnett ’69, ’72, ’76 and Candice Taylor Chandler ’69 L. Donald Barr ’63 and Martha F. Barr Joel Barron, Jr. and Karla Bucio Barron ‘02 Marissa L. Barth ‘04 Brennan Barthelemy Jeffrey A. Bartlett ‘03 and Karina Garrett Bartlett ‘06 Barbara Attaway Barton ’67 and Fritz E. Barton, Jr. ’64

John B. Anderson ‘96 and Nancy Seay Anderson ‘97

Clark H. Bacon ‘04

Richard E. Anderson ‘88 and Tamara Reisenbigler Anderson ‘87

Mitchell Baddour, Jr. ‘74, ‘77 and Sharon Shute Baddour ‘74

Russell T. Anderson ‘92 and Suzanne McAnally Anderson ‘92

Carole M. Badgett and Charles S. Badgett ‘78

Lee M. Bass and Ramona F. Bass

Sherri Z. Baer

Donald R. Andrews, Jr. and Vicki P. Andrews

Mouzon Bass, Jr. ‘60 and Nancy Wallace Bass ‘60

Ken Andrews and Mary Andrews

Norman P. Bagwell ’85 and Robin Bradshaw Bagwell ’85

Michele O. Andrews and T. Cass Andrews ‘98

Ali M. Bahrani ‘01

Robert G. Andrews ‘02 and Suzanne McCarron Marcus E. Angle, Jr. and Mary H. Angle

David G. Bailey and Katherine Hinkley Bailey ‘94

Carole Aponte and Philip J. Aponte ’95

Jennifer J. Bailey and John E. Zeisler

David R. Batman and Elsa Batman

Kathryn H. Arata ’87, ’91 and Stephen L. Arata ’88

Larry E. Bailey ‘63, ‘66 and Roberta Bailey

Marisela Batts and Robert L. Batts, II ‘87

Roy W. Bailey ’76 and Tina R. Bailey

John R. Bauer ‘66 and Kathaleen K. Bauer

John A. Arcidiacono, Sr. ‘85 and Mary Beth Lee Arcidiacono ‘85

Thomas A. Bain ‘81

Penelope Bauer and Tim Bauer

George B. Alden ‘50

Charles G. Bains ‘95, ‘99

Katherine Baum and Lester V. Baum ‘60

Frank M. Aldridge, III ‘65

Bill Armstrong ’82 and Liz Martin Armstrong ’82

Jon R. Bauman ‘67 and Lou Bauman

Ashley Aleman ‘96 and David P. Yerkes

Patsy Smith Baker ’52

David K. Armstrong and Marcia Armstrong

William M. Bauman

David E. Alexander and Sandy W. Alexander

Emy Lou Baldridge and Jerry T. Baldridge

Greg L. Armstrong and Melinda L. Armstrong

Joe Bays ’79

Jerry C. Alexander ‘68, ‘72 and Sherri Turner Alexander ‘83

Marina Armstrong

C. Fred Ball, Jr. ’66, ’68 and Charlotte Layl Ball ’69 Joseph E. Ball and Rebecca Ball

Ellen Anne Beadling ‘76

Sue Hardy Balthrope ’61 and William D. Balthrope ’61

Adele S. Beakley and William D. Beakley

Beth M. Adler ‘78, ‘86 and John Adler Michael A. Adler and Jeanne Athos-Adler Dianne Adleta and Jack Adleta Jane Farrar Admire ’71 and Melvin D. McDonald Lilia Afendikov and Mikhail Afendikov Eric L. Affeldt Deborah B. Akers and John F. Akers Gloria Dahl Akin ‘54 and Ted M. Akin ‘53, ‘55 Amy Lisle Albrecht ‘77 and Frederick L. Albrecht ‘77, ‘78 Dana G. Albright and John E. Albright ’58, ’82 Patti Alcorn

David S. Alhadeff and Mary Anne Alhadeff Martha Allday and Robert L. Allday ‘58

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Stephanie R. Armstrong and Timothy W. Armstrong ‘89, ‘05

Perry H. Bacon

Linda Barton and Thomas U. Barton Dolores G. Barzune and Lawrence S. Barzune James E. Bass and Hong Zhao Bass ‘08

Allison Evans Bassman ‘95 and Jarrod A. Bassman ‘94 Danny R. Basso and Kathy Basso Peter J. Bates ‘96 and Sarah Riley Bates ‘96

Carolyn H. Beach and David A. Beach ‘67

John G. Beall ‘65 and Kathryn Klein Beall ‘75


Patricia Smith Beall ’56

Barbara Bruton Blaylock ’83 and Richard K. Blaylock ’81

George W. Bramblett, Jr. ‘63, ‘66 and Pedie Oliver Bramblett ‘95

Celeste Bub and William J. Bub, Jr.

Joseph G. Beard, Sr. ‘83 and Sherry H. Beard Jean C. Beasley

Brad Blevins ’88 and Kimberly Cruce Blevins ’87

Bob Brand and Carol Brand

Robert A. Bucker ‘81

Carolyn T. Beckner and James L. Beckner

Floyd E. Bloom ‘56 and Jody C. Bloom

Michael B. Buckley

Anna Christine Bednar and Fred Wendorf, Jr.

Lackland H. Bloom, III ‘95, ‘97

Cheryl Hill Brandenberger ‘70 and Robert H. Brandenberger, Sr. ‘70, ‘77

Jill C. Bee

Elizabeth G. Boeing ‘79 and William L. Boeing ‘80

Lisa Ann Gruy Brandt ‘87 and Wayne M. Brandt

John H. Budd, III and Rebecca Blake Budd ‘91

David B. Bogard ’59 and Nicole M. Keesee-Bogard

Debbie D. Branson and Frank L. Branson ’69, ’74

Jackson L. Bogert and Jo Ellen Smith Bogert ‘70

Gloria M. Braskamp and John B. Braskamp

Linda C. Buford and Robert P. Buford Eileen V. Buis

Jilene K. Boghetich ‘76 and Tony Boghetich ‘75

Gerald P. Braun ‘83, ‘87 and Laura Rogers Braun ‘87

Daniel H. Bolin ‘72

Adrian G. Bray ‘70 and Patricia C. Bray

Jane R. and Pat S. Bolin ’73

Bennie M. Bray and Stephanie Chantilis Bray ’85

Michael J. Bumpass and Ursula A. Bumpass

James W. Breeden ‘82

Michelle W. Burgess and Robert K. Burgess

Gillian Moseley Breidenbach ‘90 and Mark T. Breidenbach

Donald A. Burgio ‘94, ‘09

Ana M. Brenninkmeijer

John E. Burkholder ‘72 and Lou Ann Burkholder

Caroline B. Brettell and Richard R. Brettell

Diane C. Burnham and Jim Burnham ’68

Melanie Riggin Brewer ‘74, ‘78 and Robert H. Brewer ‘73, ‘74

Courtney Proctor Burns ‘03 and Steven W. Burns ‘02, ‘04

Jane Bridges and Robert H. Dennard ’54, ’56

R. Gregory Burns ‘81 and Suzy C. Burns

Misti M. Bridges and Stephen M. Jordan ‘95

Deborah L. Burrows and James E. Burrows

Gina L. Bridwell and Tucker S. Bridwell ‘73, ‘74

George W. Bush and Laura Welch Bush ‘68

Deborah Lowman Begert ’70 and Robert F. Begert ’67, ’71 Russell W. Beiersdorf ’88 and Julie A. Brice ’80 David G. Beisner and Joelle Weichmann Beisner ‘99 Carol E. Beitler and Steve A. Beitler Danny R. Bell ’95 and Sara Muller Bell ’71, ’74 Carolyn Jensen Bender ’81 and Robert G. Bender ’81

Benjamin K. Boller ’92

Robert H. Bennett ‘97

Derrick Bolton ’94

Don R. Benton ’74 and Rose Marie Bentsen Benton ’51

John A. Bonadelle and Lisa E. Bonadelle

Mary Cathryn Pullin Benyo ‘98, ‘04 and Peter A. Benyo ‘04

Jeanne Bond and Robert D. Bond ‘68

Michael P. Berczuk and Tamera J. Berczuk Mara R. Berenson and William K. Berenson ‘79 Belle Stumberg Berg ‘71 and Donald A. Berg ‘70, ‘77

Mr. Bill Bond ‘79 Stefanie Woodard Bond ’87 and W. Douglass Bond ’87 Barry L. Boniface ‘84 and Lora Childs Boniface ‘84

J. Douglas Buchanan

Dorothy Reid Budd ’06 and Russell W. Budd Beverly Buffini and Brian A. Buffini Diane H. Buford and Kim L. Buford

Diane DeWare Bumpas ‘69 and Stuart M. Bumpas Dexter E. Burger ‘09

Greggory Fields Burk ‘96 and John P. Burk ‘96

Brenda Berg and Lee M. Berg ‘70

Martha Cravens Bonilla ‘77 and William D. Bonilla, Jr. ‘76

Fran Berg and Mark S. Berg

Darcy R. Bonner, Sr. and Marta R. Bonner

Jennifer S. Bridwell ‘89

Jason Bush

Ronald C. Berg

Betty Irion Bookout ‘60 and David M. Bookout ‘60

Nancy Briggs and Robert M. Briggs

Donna B. Buster and Edwin R. Buster, III ’58

Mary M. Brinegar ‘69

Deborah A. Butler ’71

Marla Hays Boone ‘68 and Michael M. Boone ‘63, ‘67

Staci R. Brinkman ‘10

Karl Butler

Steven G. Booth ‘82

Robert G. Brittingham ‘76 and Terri Brittingham

Richie L. Butler ‘93 and Neisha N. Strambler-Butler ‘93

Greg P. Boots ‘91 and Wendy Bovis Boots ‘92

Kevin D. Broadway and Deborah A. Fuller ‘80

Wes Butler

Annette Hottman Borkowski ‘93 and Richard M. Borkowski ‘93

Crawford Brock and Janet H. Brock

Howard E. Butt, III and Pamela R. Butt

L. Penny Broderick and William Broderick

Edward O. Boshell, Jr.

Melissa Buttrey and Mike Buttrey ‘75

Alan L. Brodsky ’63

Claire L. Boston and Talmage Boston

Paul M. Buxbaum and Torie Steele

Christopher F. Brogdon and Connie B. Brogdon

Susan G. Byerley and William M. Byerley ‘75, ‘76

Lance M. Bergstrom ‘93, ‘09 John E. Bernard and Susie McLamore Bernard ‘77 James F. Berry and Valorie B. Berry John C. Berry and Linda R. Berry Mark S. Bertrand ‘87 Michele Stackhouse Berube ‘97 and Ryan T. Berube ‘97 Nancy K. Best and Randy Best Rhys J. Best ‘71 and Sue E. Best

Elizabeth Steele Boswell ‘85 and John P. Boswell

Alan R. Bromberg and Anne R. Bromberg

Sam B. Bournias ’69 and Billie M. Sneed

Daryl G. Byrd and Laura C. Byrd

Beau Brooks

Michele O. Boushka and Patrick J. Boushka

Lee E. Byrd ‘86

Brad Brooks ‘90

Kristy K. Bowen ‘96, ‘99 and Taylor P. Bowen ‘93

Donn R. Byrne ’62 and V. Anne Hine Byrne

Randall J. Bowling ‘95

Brandon J. Brooks ‘03 and Brenda Flaming Brooks ‘04, ‘05

William M. Bywaters

Sandford C. Boyce

James E. Brooks

Emma Jo Boyd and Ralph L. Boyd Kelly Alvis Boyd ‘88 and Michael A. Boyd ‘88

Ann Warmack Brookshire ’77 and Bradley W. Brookshire ’76

Heidi Burkholder Binet ‘88 and Todd M. Binet ‘86

Richard W. Boyd, Jr. and Sandra A. Boyd

Mark H. Brookshire ‘81 and Paula Brookshire

Lisa Boyer and R. Terry Boyer ‘88

Jean Birch ‘01 Cash D. Birdwell ’78 and Lou Beth Birdwell

Blake Bozman ’93 and Tara Snellbacher Bozman

Camille Cooper Brotze ’62 and Wayne A. Brotze ’62

Elizabeth Birdwell and Warrie R. Birdwell ‘03

Eszter E. Bozman and Robert L. Bozman ‘85

Anna J. Brown ‘84 and Donald R. Brown, Jr.

Brenda J. Birenbaum and Dennis H. Birenbaum

J. Robert Bozman ‘60, ‘82 and Sandra A. Bozman

Anne B. Brown and Melville M. Brown, Jr. ’65

Robert W. Best Christine Betack and Robert Betack Nicole Kugler Bidwill ’85 and William V. Bidwill, Jr. Ed Biehl and Julianne Addis Biehl ’72 Henry M. Billingsley and Lucy C. Billingsley Carol Goforth Bilton ‘74 and Harlan Bilton ‘72, ‘74

Kristine Kater Birney ‘90 and Paul C. Birney ‘91 Brian M. Bischoff ‘04 and Kasey E. Bischoff Cathleen P. Black and Thomas E. Harvey

Charlotte B. Bradbury and Curtis F. Bradbury, Jr.

Robert T. Brousseau

Camille Newsome Brown ’67, ‘79 and James E. Brown ’67, ’72

Jane A. Cabes and Robert L. Cabes, Jr. ’91 Martin W. Cain and Theresa M. Cain Ulderico Calero ‘08 Nancy Baker Calhoun ‘83 and Tom G. Calhoun, II R. W. Calloway ’55 (B.B.A.), ’58 (J.D.) Carmine J. Camerato, II ‘12 Martin L. Camp ‘79 Brett C. Campbell ’86 and Suzanne J. Campbell Constance J. Campbell and Kirk M. Campbell James C. Campbell

Katherine Mitchell Brown ‘79 and Reagan M. Brown ‘78

Jane Campbell ’75

Lynn L. Brown and Randolph E. Brown ’82

Jeanne Campbell and Thomas C. Campbell

Isabelle E. Black and Scott M. Black

Mary Barksdale Bradford ‘63 and Ronald F. Bradford

Jan H. Black and Stuart Black

Ted R. Bradford ‘87

Natalie Harris Brown ’96

Rhett G. Campbell ‘70, ‘73 and Susan V. Seybold

Christian Blackwell

Edward W. Bradley ‘65 and Janie Bradley

Glenda G. Bruce and Michael P. Bruce

Robert A. Campbell

Anne B. Blackwood and R. Duke Blackwood

James T. Bradley

Glen A. Bruemmer and Patricia M. Bruemmer

David Campisi

Kenneth C. Blake ‘97, ‘98

Marvin Bradshaw and Victoria P. Irwin-Bradshaw

Peter D. Brundage and Susan G. Brundage

Samuel M. Cangelosi ’73 and Cynthia L. Cangelosi

Peggy Braecklein

Deborah Bryce and John D. Bryce ‘77

Mercedes Blake

† Deceased

Douglas D. Bruton and Karol K. Bruton

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Ross Canion ‘03 and Sarah Sengelmann Canion ‘03

Richard M. Cheatham and Tracy Brooks Cheatham ‘84

Michelle Marks Collins ‘86 and Peter G. Collins ‘86

Martin S. Cox ‘75, ‘78

William P. Cannon ‘87

Carolyn C. Cheatum and Don E. Cheatum ‘60

Richard H. Collins ‘69

Ann Lacy Crain ‘41

Kim Swint Cape ‘79, ‘03

Austin P. Chen ‘08

Jan J. Collmer and Suzanne Collmer

Ann Lacy Crain, II and Joseph L. Galloway

Anne P. Capps and Jerry W. Capps ’60

Felix Y. Chen

Alessandra Comini

B. Walter Crain, III ’72 and Mary M. Crain

Maureen Calloway Carnevale ‘86 and Richard A. Carnevale

Angela B. Cheves and Brad E. Cheves

Gus Comiskey, Jr. ‘62 and Karen Comiskey

Kelty E. Crain and Rogers L. Crain

Jonathan R. Childers ‘02, ‘05

Jody A. Compton and Marc A. Compton ‘91

Carl L. Carpenter, Jr. ’49

Nathan E. Crain ’92

Johnny B. Carpenter ‘65

Brandi Phillips Chilian ‘98, ‘99 and Peter C. Chilian ‘97

Kelly Hoglund Compton ‘79 and R. Brock Compton

Robert W. Cramer ‘85

Ellen M. Carr and Walter G. Nollmann

Emily Russo Chiste ‘99 and Michael L. Chiste ‘00

Lauren Thomas Compton ‘01

William P. Carr, Sr. ‘40

Pat Compton and Walter K. Compton ’83

Glenn R. Carrington

Dewayne E. Chitwood ’59 and Virginia Dabney Chitwood ’57

Betty R. Carter and Harold D. Carter

H. Wade Choate ‘53 and Toni L. Choate

Ellen J. Conley and Stephen C. Conley, Sr.

Donald J. Carter and Linda J. Carter

Josephine D. Choate and Mark P. Choate ‘79

Pam Conlin and Steve Conlin

Dorel P. Carter and John L. Carter ’70, ’73

Pun Choon Choy and Jenny Pun-Leem

Anne A. Conner and Terry W. Conner

Edgar L. Carter, Jr. ‘89 and Jill R. Carter

Sharif Choudhury

Mary Anne Sammons Cree ‘51 and Richards W. Cree

Dawn Hart Christensen ‘81 and James L. Christensen

Janie Sandall Conner ‘75 and Paul K. Conner, Jr. ‘52

Carter Creech ’60, ’63

Elizabeth F. Carter and Stephen M. Carter Kimberly Knollin Carter ‘81 and Thomas E. Carter ‘80

Jamie E. Condon and Mike A. Condon

Martha T. Connolly and William S. Connolly

Marc P. Christensen and Seema G. Christensen

Philip R. H. Connor, III ‘84

Thomas Smith Carter, Jr. ‘44

Brent E. Christopher

Mike Connors and Terri T. Connors

William Grant Carter ‘97

Randy Cimorelli ‘99 and Wendy Cimorelli

Ashley Lehman Cook ‘00, ‘06 and J.R. Cook

Ana M. Carty and Donald J. Carty

Christopher A. Claiborne ‘94

James D. Carvell, Jr. and Nell Carvell

Barbara Priddy Clark ’77, ’98 and John W. Clark, Jr. ’60, ’63

Chadwick B. Cook ‘93 and Nicole Y. Kapioltas ’96, ’99

Louise Carvey Brian C. Casad Dede Weldon Casad ‘50 Eric Casey ‘02 A. Baron Cass, III ’66 and Darlene G. Cass Connie Casson and Mike Casson ’67 Joanne Leonhardt Cassullo ‘83 Jackie Caswell Norman Caswell Patricia Meeker Cather ‘52 and Robert D. Cather

Daniel W. Cook, III and Gail B. Cook

Taylor Kepler Craig ‘98 and Thomas L. Craig, III

Guy R. Crane and Katherine DiMatteo Crane ‘78 Michael E. Crane and Nancy A. Crane Angela Crates and John M. Crates ‘88 John Crawford ‘54 Dale K. Craymer

Jason L. Creel ‘99 and Pamela Buckles Creel ‘98 Bob L. Crews, Jr. ‘77 and Peggy Ann Crews Helen A. Crichton and Thomas Crichton Sara Fraser Crimson ‘65 Mark E. Crites ‘84 and Martha May Crites ‘85 Dodee Frost Crockett ’03 and William B. Crockett, Jr. ’05 Silky Ragsdale Crockett ’41

Courtney Clark and Jean Newman Clark ’46

H. David Cook and Penny Tower Cook ‘76

Cullum Clark and Nita Prothro Clark

Janie D. Cooke and Paul M. Cooke, Jr.

Ellen Isaacs Clark ’85 and Ray Clark ’85

Joseph A. Coomer ‘81

Gail Beasley Clark ‘68 and Robert H. Clark ‘68

Lucien B. Crosland ‘76 and Mary Wolfsberger Crosland ‘83

Reagan Coon and Susan Brake Coon ‘68

Brian K. Clarke and Resa Clarke

Joe D. Cross, Jr. ‘79

Elliott T. Cooper ‘05

Andrew Clavenna

Barry F. Crossman and Nancy F. Crossman

Kenneth H. Cooper and Millie Cooper

Phillip G. Clayton ‘03

Barbara Hunt Crow

Paul Cooper and Vickie L. Cooper

Billy R. Clements ‘59

Susan Smith Cooper ‘62 and William R. Cooper ‘58

Harlan R. Crow and Katherine Raymond Crow ‘94

Rick L. Clemmensen ‘76 Barbara H. Clifton and James R. Clifton

John W. Croft and Kathryn G. Croft

Kathryn Clarke Crow ‘82 and Michael L. Crow ‘82

Christopher M. Cauble ‘02, ‘08 and Sarah Michelini Cauble ‘02

Jeanne Marie Ives Clossey ‘89

Connie Copley and Edward A. Copley, Jr. ‘57, ‘60

Jared T. Cloud ‘04

Daryl B. Cordell

Trammell S. Crow

Travis Caudill

C. Tom Clowe, Jr. and Carla Conley Haynes-Clowe ‘74

Michele C. Corley and Stephen A. Corley ’90

Gary T. Crum ‘69 and Sylvie P. Crum

Todd M. Cornelius ‘00

Jennifer Tucker Clyde ’85 and Robert A. Clyde ’85

Michael A. Correll ‘06 and Tori Correll

Carolyn Burnett Crutcher ‘62 and Harry (Buzz) W. Crutcher, III ‘63

Valerie F. Cavanaugh and William T. Cavanaugh, Jr. ‘81 Matthew L. Cavey ‘95, ‘97 and Sara Burton Cavey ‘95, ‘97

Nancy Crow ‘65 and Jack F. Sanders ‘64

Edward O. Coultas ’68, ’74 and Wanda Viebig Coultas ’69

Ma D. Cueva and Rolando Cueva

Bonnie E. Cobb

Blake V. Cecil ’93 and Melinda Cecil

Louisa Cobb and Tobin T. Cobb ‘88

Mark A. Coultas ‘04 and Stephanie Coultas ‘05

Sebastian Cueva Pena ‘12

Jack P. Cecil ‘64 and Lylene Brown Cecil ‘66

James M. Cochran and Kathi Deprato Cochran ‘10

Mary L. Countiss and W. F. Countiss ‘70

Michael D. Cullen, II

Jerry Bywaters Cochran

Carla Woltemath Courtwright ’87 and Gregory S. Courtwright ’87, ’90

G. Mark Cullum ‘69 and Sally Grayson Cullum ‘79

Allison M. Cerra ‘99, ‘02

Shelly Codd and Thomas W. Codd, Jr.

Jeffrey T. Courtwright ’82

Lee Cullum ‘61

J. D. Chalk, III and Sarah S. Chalk

Janis P. Coffee and Roy C. Coffee, Jr.

Susan L. Chambers ‘78 and Kyle Toal

Richard W. Coffman ‘77

John D. Cousins ‘77 and Kristin Braim Cousins ‘77

Charles W. Culwell ‘54 and Marilyn Krebs Culwell ‘58

Jamie L. Chambliss ‘02 and Matthew A. Miller ‘03

Christopher D. Coker ‘97 and Mary J. Coker

Mary Culligan Covington ‘81 and Richard L. Covington ‘80, ‘83

Jane Thaggard Cumiskey ’71, ’88 and Michael R. Cumiskey ’71

Hiram H. Champlin ‘82 and Janice L. Champlin

Ann Cook Cole ’63

Cherie Cowart and Richard W. Cowart, Jr. ‘78

Elizabeth Cunningham and Michael R. Cunningham ‘95, ‘98

Robert V. Cecil ‘62 and Sandra Garland Cecil ‘64

Katherine M. Coker and Key Coker

Berry R. Cox and Jeanne Tower Cox ’78

Kevin M. Chaney ‘84 and Lamon Chaney

Joseph C. Cole, II ’86 and Valerie L. Cole

Victoria Lea Chaney ‘76, ‘77 and William B. Chaney ‘77

Prof. Alan B. Coleman and Janet Saville Coleman ‘81

Samuel J. Chantilis ’83

Frances J. Coleman ‘81 and David R. Woodward ‘81, ‘86

Edwin L. Cox ’42

Robert T. Chapman ‘81, ‘86 and Vicki L. Chapman

Walter C. Coleman, IV ’01

Evelyn Cox

Ana Balboa Collins ‘87 and Paul J. Collins

David J. Chard

David N. Collins and Nina O. Rainer

Glenn A. Cox, Jr. ‘51 and Veronica Martin Cox ‘51

Betty A. Chauvin

Glynn C. Collins ’49 and Nelda Collins

Howard J. Cox ’49

John M. Collins and Lori L. Collins

John R. Cox and Susan E. Cox

Clyde G. Chapman

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Bonnie S. Cox and Rody P. Cox Bradley E. Cox and Catherine C. Cox Edwin L. Cox, Jr. and Kathleen D. Cox

David Cueva Pena

Nelson B. Curnes and Suzanne Jackson Curnes ’07 Frederick G. Currey, Sr. and Marjorie Lucas Currey ‘55 Ernest M. Curtis and Phyllis Curtis Linda Curts and Steven R. Curts ‘82 C. David Cush ‘82, ‘83 Linda Pitts Custard ’60, ’99 and William A. Custard ’57


Mason S. Custard and W. Allen Custard, III ‘85

Harry A. Diaz and Vilma D. Diaz

Sarah A. Dunning and Thomas M. Dunning

Kevin L. Dahlberg and Frances Moody-Dahlberg ‘92

Maurine Petty Dickey ‘67 and Roland R. Dickey ‘69

Herbert DuPont and Peggy DuPont

Diane Lathrop Fadley ’81 and James A. Fadley ’79

Robert W. Dupuy and Virginia H. Dupuy

Richard G. Fagin

Kristi L. Dallas and Terry R. Dallas

Carol W. Dickinson and Vivian E. Dickinson, Jr.

Don W. Duran ‘69, ‘72

Diane Faigh and Larry P. Faigh ‘80

Carol Cook Dalton ’85 and Samuel P. Dalton

Kenneth M. Dickson ‘55, ‘58, ‘75 and Mary Jane Ramsey Dickson ‘67

Barbara S. Durham and Steven H. Durham

David L. Fair ’63, ’65 and Robin A. Fair John H. Falb ’67, ’69 and Maria D. Sonudo-Falb

Emiley C. Daly and Robert C. Daly Christopher P. Damianos and Tracy Osbourne Damianos ‘84

Paul D. Diemer ‘86 and Sheri Forbes Diemer ‘86

Kenneth W. Dusek ‘60 and Ruth Ann Elmer Dusek ‘64

Bryan L. Diers ‘78 and Leslie Diers

Bren K. Duvall and William C. Duvall, Sr.

Greg Farrar and Leesa Farar

Mary Jo Dancer

Alex Dillard and Cannell Dillard

Robert C. Dye, Jr. ‘74, ‘78

June Farrell and William F. Farrell, Jr. ‘53

Barbara Schrade Daniel ‘66

J. Michael Dillard and Lynn K. Dillard

Jason R. Dyer ’05 and Kristi Rampacek Dyer ’95

Deborah A. Faubion and Grant T. Faubion ‘81

Thomas O. Daniel ‘74

David B. Dillon ‘76 and Dee Dillon

Richard W. Earthman ‘98

Jason L. Danielson ‘01, ‘02

Dan Dinges

Brian A. Eberstein ‘68 and Viki Livesay ‘74, ‘77

Larry R. Faulkner ‘66 and Mary Ann Jordan Faulkner ‘65

Robert S. Dannals and Valerie Dannals

Christopher J. Dinsdale and Joy L. Dinsdale

Christy Gentry Echols ’81 and John H. Echols ’83

Jeanne M. Favrot and Stephen R. Favrot

Beverly A. Dannis and Charles G. Dannis ’71

Paul J. Divis ‘99 and Tiffany G. Divis

Brooke A. Fawcett ‘07

Steven Dapper

Dennis O. Dixon ’66, ’68

Knoxie Chapin Edmonson ‘69, ‘75 and Robert S. Edmonson ‘71

Judith E. Dardaganian ‘83 and Stephen G. Dardaganian

J. Reagan Dixon ‘68

Carol Edwards and Gary Edwards

Jason K. Dixon

George D. Edwards ‘07, ‘08

Willa Ann Stone Darr ’52

Kyland C. Dobbins ‘10 and Natashia Jones-Dobbins

Martha C. Edwards

Barbara S. Daseke and Don R. Daseke D. Michael Daves ’63 and Patricia M. Daves

Karen R. Dodson and Rick Dodson

Martha Fuller Edwards ‘76 and T. Mark Edwards ‘73, ‘76

A. Dean Davis ‘82 and Laura Davis

Jack Doerge and Robin Blesi Doerge ‘88

Cole Egger

Christine Fee and Kevin Fee

Alvin B. Davis and Kathleen A. Monahan

Allen J. Dogger and Barbara Dogger

John P. Eliot and Melissa Kintzele Eliot ‘83

Hill A. Feinberg

Elena Guerra Davis ‘00 and Peter F. Davis

Betty O. Doke and Marshall J. Doke, Jr. ’59

Gretchen R. Ellis and Robert S. Ellis

Alan D. Feld ’57, ’60 and Anne S. Feld

Heather L. Davis and Robert D. Davis ‘93, ‘04

Leslie List Doll ‘86 and Robert C. Doll

Charlotte S. Embody and Derek S. Embody

Charles S. Feld and Cindy Feld

James W. Davis, Jr. ’68 and Susan E. Davis

Anthony W. Dona ’81 and Lillian Dona

Laurence J. Embree ’87, ’00

Mike Fenton and Nancy C. Fenton

Matthew H. Davis ‘09

Alice Donaldson

Gayle N. Embrey

Edward E. Ferguson and Linda J. Ferguson

Sally Ann Kay Davis ’56 and W. Richard Davis ’56, ‘58

Chuck C. Donaldson

Lauren M. Embrey ‘80, ‘06

Jane W. Ferguson and Robert A. Ferguson ‘66

C.J. (Don) Donnally, Jr. ’67, ’68 and Carol G. Donnally

Karen Holt Endries, ‘94 and Robert A. Endries ‘94

Anthony S. Fernandes ’91

Richard M. De Garis ‘06 John Deal

Barry B. Donnell ‘61 and Johnelle M. Donnell

David Dean and Jean Blakney Maier Dean ’81

Mark R. Donnell ‘78 and Sheryl Donnell

George A. Engelland, III ‘68 and Nancy H. Engelland

Charlotte Nicolai Dearien ’64

Patsy Miller Donosky ‘57

Gregory L. Engler ‘86 and Monica L. Engler

Angela K. Deas ‘02

Russell W. Dorn, Jr.

Gregg L. Engles and Molly S. Engles

Raymond R. Fernandez ‘78, ‘82 and Mary Jo Vida-Fernandez ‘82

Destiny Duron Deas ‘04 and Phillip Deas

Carl G. Dorvil ‘05, ‘08

Jim English, III

Nancy G. Fertig and William D. Fertig Frank J. Fertitta, III and Jill A. Fertitta

Chandrima Deb ’83 and Raj Deb

John S. Dowdall ‘79 and Stephanie Mills Dowdall ‘81

Bess Fraser Enloe ’60 and R. Ted Enloe, III ’64 Cynthia K. Ensley and Kevin D. Ensley ‘96

Evan B. Fetter and Rachel Fetter

Debra K. Decker and Michael B. Decker

Gabriella Draney ‘08

Melissa F. Fetter and Trevor Fetter

Nancy McMillan Dedman ’50

Cheryl D. Drayer and James F. Drayer

David M. Epstein and Delores Danner Hawkins-Epstein ‘78

Patty B. Dedman ‘81

Karen C. Drayer and Phillip M. Drayer

Sheldon R. Erikson

Rachael Redeker Dedman ‘96 and Robert H. Dedman, Jr. ‘80, ‘84

Ellen C. Dreyer and Scott E. Dreyer

Natalie Erwin and Ryan K. Nagim ’01

Ann Coleman Fielder ‘89 and Darwin L. Fielder, III

Michael S. Dreyer and Robin S. Dreyer

Allison L. Fields and Jay D. Fields ’99

Elizabeth DeLaney and Joseph B. DeLaney ‘73, ‘80

James E. Driscoll ’62 and Peggy Driscoll

Harry H. Esbenshade, III and Margaret Esbenshade

Brian E. Finch ’89

F. Matt Delany ‘54

Vivian Noble DuBose ’77

Heather Holmes Esping ‘93 and William P. Esping ‘91

Darleene White DeLee ’53

Fritz Duda and Mary Lee Duda

Berthold H. Estess and Sandra S. Estess

George A. Finley, III ‘62 and Phyillis Finley

Larry Delzell ’72 and Paula Christian Delzell ’73

Michael C. Duda ‘11

Catherine Estrada and Robert A. Estrada

Steven C. Finn ‘80

D. Michael Dement and Rhonda L. Rompola ‘83

Diane Johnson Duff ‘80 and Thomas B. Duff ‘80

Kathryn S. Etcheverry and Lance S. Etcheverry ‘90

Mary C. Finney

Laura Wright DeMuth ‘85 and William T. DeMuth ‘83

Jonathan C. Duffie and Judith Duffie

Douglas R. Deason and Holly Kee Deason ‘85

Jeffrey A. Dritley

Howard C. Etheridge and Suzy Etheridge Ann Evanich and Christopher J. Evanich

Deborah Deneke and James S. Deneke ’73

Erin Sackash Duncan ‘07 and Vincent W. Duncan ‘93

Steven B. Denson and Kathy Valentine

Laurie Duncan and Phillip W. Duncan ‘84, ‘97

A. L. Dent, III ‘69, ‘73 and Phyllis Dent

Angie Dunk and W. Kirk Dunk ’91

Michael G. Denton, Jr.

Leigh Dunker and Steven G. Dunker ‘94, ‘07

Ingrid H. DePinto and Joseph M. DePinto

Bill Dunlap and Deborah Dunlap

Patrick DePole and Rebecca J. DePole ‘06

Nanette Vallecillo Evans ‘88 and William R. Evans

Candise B. Dunleavy and Kevin B. Dunleavy, Sr.

Hemang A. Desai and Sejal Desai

Chip I. Everest, II ‘79 and Gayle N. Everest

Frank M. Dunlevy ‘71 and Susan Dunlevy

Denise M. DeSantis and Ernest M. DeSantis

Laurie Mitchell Dunn ’88

Barbara H. Everheart and William E. Everheart, II ‘67

Jason B. Devening ’97 and Kara Devening

Rogge Dunn ‘79

Jana Ewing

Brenda L. DeVito and Joseph J. DeVito

Carolyn F. Dunnigan and David R. Dunnigan

Mary Helen Fabacher and Mike A. Fabacher

† Deceased

J. David Evanich ‘89 and Meaghan B. Evanich Andrea Zafer Evans ‘88, ‘06 and Cameron S. Evans Gary A. Evans

Heather Fann and Lawrence Fann

Walter R. Fawcett, III and Michelle Forsythe-Fawcett Jennifer Francis Fearon ’83 and Robert S. Fearon Gary A. Feather ‘87 and Lisa M. Feather Katie D. Featherston ‘05

Kenneth C. Fernandez ‘88 and Lauri Fernandez Manuel J. Fernandez

Deidra J. Fettinger and George M. Fettinger

Carlos Fierro and Jennifer Tonkel ‘89 David T. Finley and Linda A. Finley

Stephanie S. Fischer ‘05, ‘10 Susan S. Fischer Charles S. Fish ‘91 and Susan L. Fish Gary E. Fish ‘99 and Nancy Fish Becky Rose Fisher ‘86 and Bryant R. Fisher ‘85 Lucy Fitzgerald and Philip T. Fitzgerald ‘91 Edward M. Fjordbak ’69, ’86, ’99 and Sharon Lee Koon Fjordbak ’86, ’89 Jennifer Gelety Flanagan ‘82 and Martin L. Flanagan ‘82 Matthew H. Fleeger ‘87 and Valerie A. Fleeger Gale Florence and Mike E. Florence, III ‘86 Cherie Flores and Jim Flores Michael D. Flores ‘71, ‘76

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Dean A. Flowers ’81

George Z. Galloway ’80 and Lein D. Galloway

Ellen Hunt Flowers ‘74 and Paul W. Flowers ‘74

Mark A. Galyardt ‘88 and Susan D. Galyardt

Glenn D. Floyd and Kirby Dobbs Floyd ‘86

Keri ‘Mimi’ Gammill ‘93

John A. Fluth, Sr. ‘51 and Syble Perdue Fluth ‘51

Dean M. Gandy ’50

Charles W. Flynn, IV and Jenifer B. Flynn

William D. Gannon, Jr. ‘02

Shawn C. Foley ‘86 and Stacey M. Foley

Carol M. Garcia and Paul R. Garcia

Margaret Dalton Folsom ‘49 and Robert S. Folsom ‘49

Ann McConnell Glynn ’67 and James E. Glynn ’75

Michael H. Garcia ‘79

Bill J. Goforth ’70 and Brenda L. Goforth

Douglas C. Gardner ’85 and Kelly H. Gardner Gregory D. Gardner ‘91

Glenna M. Goodacre and C. L. Mike Schmidt ‘62, ‘65

James W. Gardner ‘75 and Terry J. Gardner

H. Grant Goodell ‘54

Linda Gardner and Fred Alsup

Sarah V. Goodman ‘12

Mark R. Gardner ‘06

Diane Goodwin and J. Rush Pierce, Jr. ‘73

Dorothy Jackson Garland ’46

Donna Goodwin and John W. Goodwin ’74

Leslie D. Garner ‘09

James P. Goodwin ’79, ’85

John R. Ford ‘56 and Nita C. Ford

Charles B. Garren and Michele Tedford Garren ’87

Bradley M. Gordon ‘92

Lee H. Ford

Brill Garrett and Jason C. Garrett

Katie Hutchison Gordon ‘86 and Scott S. Gordon

Elizabeth LePori Fordham ‘83 and Scott L. Fordham

John S. Gart and Martha N. Gart

Matthew C. Gordon ‘03

Lizet A. Guildford

John C. Garvey ‘63 and Linda F. Garvey

John J. Gorman ‘82 and Tamra Gorman Katherine M. Gormly and Matthew E. Gormly, III

Claude J. Guinchard and Mary Jo Guinchard ‘82

Michael S. Formanek ‘08

Joshua L. Gary ‘01 and Kristen Cruikshank Gary ‘01

Jane Fortenberry ’77

Joe B. Garza, Jr. ‘10

Mary A. Gosney and Milton Gosney, Jr.

Charles L. Gummer and Cindy M. Gummer

Beth E. Foster and David H. Foster ‘80

Don E. Gaskins

Kyle D. Goss ’05 and Margot Allen Goss ’05

Richard A. Gump, Jr.

Dennis A. Foster and Nina E. Schwartz

Nicholas A. Gaspard ‘00

Randall G. Goss ‘76

Frederick G. Gund ‘87

Pamela Campbell Foster ‘74 and W. Dale Foster ‘72, ‘80

Jerry W. Gauthier ’84 and Polly Gauthier

Randall J. Goss ‘73, ‘74 and Rhonda Bonham Goss ‘73

George R. Gunn ‘82 and Rebecca Rose Gunn

Ashley N. Gotovac and Robert Gotovac, Jr. ’85

Alonso N. Gutierrez ‘03

R. Steve Folsom ‘81 and Sharon Folsom C. Craig Folson ‘66, ‘69 Joel K. Fontenot ‘88 and Sherry Fontenot Linda L. Foran and Robert E. Foran Creed Ford and Lynn A. Ford ‘84 Gerald J. Ford ‘66, ‘69 and Kelli Olsen Ford Joe T. Ford

Herschel V. Forester ‘52

Azar P. Ganji and Darab (Rob) Ganji ‘88

David W. Gleeson ‘65 and Sharon Knowles Gleeson ‘68, ‘69

Jonathan S. Greene ‘96

Fern F. Gleichenhaus and Stuart B. Gleichenhaus

Robert B. Greenwood ‘67 and Sharon L. Greenwood

Carol P. Glendenning and Don M. Glendenning

John T. Greer ‘76 and Sharyn M. Greer

Tom B. Greene ‘06

Connie Grenley and Henry W. Grenley ’67, ’69 Louise H. Gresham and Thomas G. Gresham ’80 Sarah C. Grey and Schuyler E. Grey, III Mark C. Griege ‘81 and Peggy Griege Jerry L. Griffin ‘67 Antoinette Griffith and Michael A. Griffith Balie J. Griffith ’53 and Beverly Griffith Paul Grindstaff Mildred Henderson Grinstead ‘54 Brian Grove and Charlotte Grace Grove ‘89 William H. Grumbles ‘71 and Julia S. Grumbles Jeri D. Grunnah and Robert J. Grunnah ‘66

Jo Harwood Guittard ‘71 and John R. Guittard

Ann Gurley and D. Gene Gurley, Jr. ’99

Camille C. Fournier and David C. Fournier

Barbara Sorensen Geer ‘91 and Jason W. Geer ‘91

Charlene S. Fowler and Dennis C. Fowler ’00

Nancy Kay George and Zola L. George ’81

Debra M. Gotovac ’82

Marianne Snyder Gwinn ‘58

Debbie B. Francis and James B. Francis, Jr.

Tracey E. George ‘89

Jo A. Goyne ‘87, ‘90 and Joe R. Goyne

Stephen W. Gwinn ’86, ’90 and Tina M. Gwinn

Margie Francis and Raymond E. Francis ‘64

Joan L. Germany ‘78

Clare Golden Grable ‘65 and Jerry L. Grable ‘62

Diane Folsom Frank ‘72 and Robert J. Frank

Bert A. Getz, Jr. ‘89 and Susan Getz

Dolph V. Haas ‘84 and Jay W. Oppenheimer ‘78, ‘86

Cookie Kuykendall Frazar ‘68 and Richard D. Frazar ‘67

Deborah O’Neal Gibbins ‘87 and Robbin C. Gibbins

Martha Hallman Grable ‘68 and Robert C. Grable ‘68

Lewis J. Frazee Charles P. Fredrick ’59 and Joy Fredrick

Konrad W. Grabowski ‘89

Lisa Dechert Haayen ‘01 and Richard J. Haayen, III ‘01

Linda Harris Gibbons ‘58

Brian W. Gracie and Regina M. Gracie

Jan Fischer Haberer ‘83 and Randall J. Haberer

Ann Park Roberts Gibbs ’66 and James R. Gibbs ’66, ’70, ’72

Cynthia Green Graham ‘73 and Joseph M. Graham

David J. Haemisegger and Nancy A. Nasher

Diane Moody Freeman ‘50 Gail M. Freeman and William T. Freeman

Hallie H. Gibbs, II ’84 and Tracy Gibbs

G. W. Hail, Jr. and Melinda Hail

James L. French and Melissa D. French

Judy and Jim Gibbs

James P. Graham ‘70 and Pamela Loaring-Clark Graham ‘72

Marcia C. French

Ursula S. Graham and William L. Graham

T. K. Freres ‘99

Kathleen M. Gibson and Robert E. Gibson ‘81, ‘82

Jack L. Freudenfeld, Jr. ‘73

Rex H. Gibson ‘85, ‘88

Diana Siegel Friedman ‘91 and Joseph A. Friedman ‘91

Cecile A. Gideon and Clarence J. Gideon, Jr.

Joseph (Jody) M. Grant ‘60 and Sheila Peterson Grant

Lisa A. Friel

Alasdair G. Gilchrist and Clara Kilgore Gilchrist ’67

David A. Gravelle ’69, ’71 and Linda Lapp Gravelle ’69, ’79

John M. Haley ‘64 and Margie Jackson Haley ‘67, ‘68

J. Ed Frieze ‘81 and Maureen Gehan Frieze ‘84

Andrew M. Gilchrist ‘93 and Laura Gilchrist

Peggy Crooke Fry

Henry Gilchrist and Patricia L. Gilchrist

Priscilla Davis Gravely ‘63 and Warren L. Gravely, Jr. ‘63

Robert W. Haley ‘67 and Stephanie Keehn Haley ‘68

John R. Frymark ‘77, ‘78 and Tamara Frymark

Gurdev S. Gill and Savita Gill

Steven A. Haley ’69 and Susan P. Haley

Anne S. Fuchs

James A. Gilligan and Julie Jeans Gilligan ’83

James E. Graves, Jr. ‘03 and Melanie W. Graves ‘03

Kent A. Fuka ‘78 and Nancy K. Fuka

Lionel E. Gilly ‘39, ‘49, ‘53 and Phyllis Gilly

John E. Graves ‘64 and Lynne Sternberg Graves ‘64

Andrew H. Hall ‘08

Katherine M. Fullam ‘01 and Shawn P. Fullam ‘96

Gina Esch Ginsburg ‘01 and Scott K. Ginsburg William E. Gipson ‘45

Charles (Stormy) E. Greef and Holly Huber Greef ’02

David M. Hall ‘81 and Dawn Renzetti Hall ‘81

Sandra T. Fuller and Victor L. Fuller

Joanne K. Glaros and William P. Glaros ‘70

Debra J. Green and Eric C. Green ’76

Jerome M. Fullinwider ‘51 and Leah Y. Fullinwider

Doyle D. Glass ’84, ’88 and Kim Glass Myra Best Glass ‘56

Dianne Warren Green ’70 and William L. Green ’69, ’72

Betty Ann Yarbourough Fults ‘72

Timothy A. Glassco ‘97

Kelly Green and Norman N. Green

Joe Funk ‘44

James A. Glasscock ‘60, ‘75 and Lois Kershner Glasscock ‘74, ‘00

Lara C. Green ‘10

Debora J. Glaze and Robert M. Glaze ‘67

Nancy Risk Green ‘77 and Richard C. Green, Jr. ‘76

Mary W. Gaertner and Theodore H. Gaertner ‘67, ‘74 Peter D. Gaffney Gill Gallo and Peter Gallo

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Donald S. Grant

Marla M. Green and Richard J. Green ‘77

Randal K. Green and Vicki J. Green

Joseph A. Hafner, Jr. and Merrill T. Hafner Carol Graham Hairston ’65 and J. Tom Hairston, Jr. ’55 Jeremy L. Halbreich and Nancy Strauss Halbreich David C. Haley ’85 and Lori K. Haley

Tracey L. Haley ‘87, ‘90 Dana Hall and Seth W. Hall, Jr. ‘96 Margaret Schloss Hall ’80 and Perry B. Hall ’77, ’81 Bryan R. Halley ‘99 Edward F. Halsell, Jr. and Randi N. Halsell Douglas C. Halverstadt ‘82 and Kathleen Lasier Halverstadt ‘83 Loren T. Halverstadt, Jr. ‘79 and Nancy C. Halverstadt Wesley S. Hameline ‘06


Adam J. Hamilton ’88 and Lavon M. Hamilton

Lara Wilhelm Harrison ‘01, ‘05 and Stephen M. Harrison ‘03, ‘09

Mary C. Henslee and Steven D. Sanders ‘99, ‘05, ‘10

James H. Holmes, III ‘57, ‘59 and Judy Ryman Holmes ‘63

Ann M. Hamilton and Gordon H. Hamilton, III ‘84

Orrin L. Harrison, III ’74 and Paula D. Harrison

Jennifer K. Hensley and Thomas B. Hensley ‘76

Linda Holmes and Niles W. Holmes ‘92

Allison H. Hart and Richard L. Hart

Russel A. Henson ‘04

Noel C. Holmes and Noel S. Holmes ‘85, ‘07

Carolyn Waters Hamilton ‘69 and George M. Hamilton, III ‘67, ‘70

Linda W. Hart ’65 and Milledge A. Hart, III

Hardie Herman

Robert E. Holmes ‘81 and Wendy M. Holmes

James T. Hartman, Jr. ‘80 and Lori K. Hartman

Carlos M. Hernandez and Debbie Hernandez

Collin Crowley Holz ‘96 and Jason T. Holz ‘97

Daniel A. Hamilton ‘71, ‘79 and Gena Hamilton

Anne M. Hartnett and James J. Hartnett, Jr.

Rick Herrscher ‘58

Walter (Wes) E. Homan, Jr. ‘06

Fred C. Hartnett ‘91, ‘94 and Nancy M. Hartnett

Mona Sheinfeld Hersh-Cochran ‘66

Hollace J. Hopkins and J. Randy Hopkins ‘66

Jay D. Hartnett ’90

James L. Hess ’75, ’77 and Janis S. Hess

Debra Young Hatch ‘80

Monica Netherland Hopkins ’01 and Newton Hopkins, III ’01

John W. Hatcher, Jr. ‘82 and Leslie Hatcher

Anne S. Hetherington and David R. Hetherington ‘01

Eileen Hawk and Thomas P. Hawk ’72

Kim F. Hew and Tuong (Tom) K. Luong

Hunter H. Horgan, IV ‘97

Eugene B. Hawk ‘72

Arthur E. Hewett ’57, ’65

Dru Hammer

C. Michael Hawn and Collyn S. Hawn

Billye Hewett

M. Douglas Horn ’71 and Priscilla Nicol Horn ’73

James F. Hammesfahr and Jodie B. Hammesfahr

Jeffrey S. Hawn ‘86 and Marisa Doak Hawn ‘87

Holt Hickman ‘54 and Jo A. Hickman

Mark J. Horoschak and Joyce E. Plyler

Diane Hicks and Ron Hicks

Janet P. Horton and Thomas W. Horton ‘85

Kurt J. Hamrock ‘89

Douglas D. Hawthorne and Martha F. Hawthorne

Jason M. Hicks ‘05

Terry D. Hosey ‘89 and Tiffany S. Hosey

Jonathon K. Hance ‘05 and Lydia C. Hance

Jess T. Hay ‘53, ‘55

Barry E. Hancock ‘89, ‘93 and Margaret Augur Hancock ‘94

Ann W. Higginbotham and J. Lanham Higginbotham, Jr. ‘41

Andrea Hosterman and Clayton Hosterman

Houston E. Hayden ‘02 Norine C. Haynes

Denise C. Higgs and Michael J. Higgs

Don M. Houseman ’42 and Kathryn Houseman

Jason B. Hancock ‘04

Minnie D. Haynes Rodriguez ‘02

Stephanie Hilbun and Thomas E. Hilbun ‘03

Kathleen Cruzcosa Hanifen ‘82 and Matthew A. Hanifen

Gayle Hayter and Robert L. Hayter ‘75

Adam B. Hill ‘05 and Lyndsey Hummert Hill ‘05

Laura Guerin Howard ‘00 and William J. Howard ‘00

Sally Evans Hayward ’70, ’74 and William D. Hayward ’70, ’74

Al G. Hill, Jr.

Althea M. Howe and Robert M. Howe, Jr. ‘66

Lynn Hanks and William R. Hanks ’76

Connie Howe and Kevin Howe ’77

Tom O. Hanks ‘80

James R. Hazard ‘03

Candy Johnson Hill ‘66 and William T. Hill, Jr. ‘64, ‘67

Charlene W. Howell

Andrea Hamilton ‘89 and Scott F. Wendorf ‘90

Frederic C. Hamilton Debra Hamlett and Kenneth M. Hamlett, Jr. ‘69 Gretchen Phillips Hamm ‘67 and Ralph C. Hamm, Jr. ‘66 Gloria Slaughter Hammack ‘52 and John A. Hammack

John K. Horany ‘83, ‘86

James P. Houghton and Nancy L. Houghton

Gedney M. Howe, III

Bonnie Moore Hanley ’80 and Mark D. Hanley ’78

Charles N. Hazen and Denise Dameris Hazen ‘86

Donna W. Hill and Ennis B. Hill, Jr. ’64 Harlan R. Hill ‘80 and RexAnn S. Hill

John R. Howie, Jr. ‘94, ‘00

Garrett Hanrahan ‘93, ‘01 and Kimberly Twining Hanrahan ‘92

Albon O. Head, Jr. ’68, ’71 and Debra J. Head

Johnathan M. Hill ‘81 and Patricia Hill ‘94

Betty W. Hrncir and G. John Hrncir

Dennis L. Head and Elaine Aldridge Head

Joseph M. Hill and Ruth Ann Benton Hill ‘55

Albert Hrubetz and Rose R. Hrubetz

Ashley Sanker Hansen ‘90, ‘99 and Kevin W. Hansen

John K. Healing ‘70 and Patricia L. Johnston

Lyda Hill

Clayton W. Hubbard ‘75

Robert W. Heard

Marilynn Wood Hill ‘63, ‘67 and John A. Hill ‘64

Nicki Nicol Huber ‘61

Hetta Shell Heath ‘62 and Jesse B. Heath, Jr. ‘63, ‘66

Paul Hinch Dana Sue High Hines ‘75 and William H. Hines

James W. Huckaby, Jr. ‘00 and Kyle Camalier Huckaby ‘00, ‘01

Ronald R. Heath

William A. Hines

Albert D. Huddleston and Mary H. Huddleston

Barbara Hecker and John Z. Hecker ‘79

James A. Hitt ’49

Jane Kent Hedges ‘60 and Bob Munroe

Barbara Lomax Hitzelberger-Wooten ‘48

Carl E. Huddleston ‘74 and Patricia R. Huddleston

Michael W. Hedrick ‘80 and Susan L. Hedrick

Chuck Hixson, Jr. ‘70 and Roxanne T. Hixson

Michael J. Heffernan ‘04

Jean Hobby and Lyle M. Hobby

Frederick B. Hegi, Jr. ’66 and Jan Vestal Hegi ’66

Alice Hodge and H. Wayne Hodge ’58

Susan Sharp Hudson ‘85 and William M. Hudson ‘75

Kathleen B. Hodges ‘73

Frieda Hudspeth and John R. Hudspeth

Laurie Hodges and W. Gregory Hodges

Irina Huemiller and Thomas L. Huemiller ‘91

Gregory Hoelscher and Robin Sherwood

Douglas E. Huey ’76

Laura Hoernig

Mimi Powell Huey ‘60, ‘85 and Ward L. Huey, Jr. ‘60

Gene D. Hanson ’75 and Jody V. Hanson Lillie M. Hardcastle and Thomas J. Hardcastle ‘53 Tisha R. Hardcastle and William R. Hardcastle, Jr. ‘89 Ann E. Hardin and Russell Hardin, Jr. ‘75 Paul E. Hardin ‘82 and Susan Hardin Charles D. Hardt and Tresa Coe Hardt ‘93 Joe Hardt John W. Hardt ‘42, ‘46 and Martha Carson Hardt ‘42 Patrick M. Hardy, Jr. ‘05 Tracy L. Harker ‘71 and Tamara L. Steffens Scott L. Harmeling ‘98 Elizabeth S. Harper John F. Harper ’68 and Laurie Spencer Harper ’71 Howell D. Harralson ‘68 and Nancy Houseman Harralson ‘68 Sarah Adams Harris ‘01 and Tom Harris Stephen K. Harris ‘99 Terry E. Harris David E. Harrison ’61 and Gay Sanders Harrison ’61 Dennis Harrison and Susan E. Harrison Donald L. Harrison, Jr. and Patricia Buddendorf Harrison ‘85 Juli Callan Harrison ‘70, ‘72 and Robert D. Harrison ‘70, ‘73 Katrina B. Harrison and Thomas Harrison

† Deceased

Beverly C. Heil and Terry W. Heil Tillmann Hein Maria T. Helland ‘86 and Steven A. Helland Justin C. Helms ‘97 and Tracy E. Stidham ‘97

David H. Hudnall ’70 and Gerry Brewer Hudnall ’71

Andrea K. Hemann ‘90

Ben Hogan and Rebecca (Claire) McCormack Hogan ‘09

G. Ken Hempel ‘56 and Ruth Hempel

G. Blake Hogan ‘85 and Shawn Hogan

Elizabeth Bridges Hemphill ‘07 and Travis J. Hemphill ‘07

Forrest E. Hoglund and Sally R. Hoglund

Janie H. Henderson and Walter T. Henderson ‘60, ‘62

Linda A. Holbrook ‘05

Harriet Hill Hughes ‘60 and Robert N. Hughes ‘60

Kevin M. Hole ‘94

Lauren W. Hughes and Phillip R. Hughes

Allison Allen Holland ‘56 and Charles M. Holland, Jr. ‘55, ‘57

Mark D. Hughston ‘75 and Marla Hughston

Michele Woodward Henderson ‘74 and Robert E. Henderson ‘74 William J. Hendrix ‘58 Louis C. Hengst and Pamela M. Hengst Cindy Bowles Henke ‘80 Ann C. Henry and John A. Henry, III ’65 Edward J. Henry ’88 and Jeanne (Claire) Schlumberger Henry ’89 Elaine Henry and Hunter W. Henry Jennifer Yelton Henry ‘94 and Kyle A. Henry

Gregg Holbrook and Virgie C. Holbrook ‘92

Ann Marlow Holland ‘82 and C. Malcolm Holland, III ‘82

Carrie L. Huff ’88 Joseph H. Huffman ‘69 and Sharon Cooper Huffman ‘71

Beatrice Read Humann ‘59 and Walter J. Humann ‘67 Sharon N. Humble ’90 and Douglas R. Jones ’88

Tamothy L. Hollingshead ‘76

Lisa Humfleet and Steven D. Provost

Billie Ruth (B.R.) Holman ’67 and Denny R. Holman ’67

Debbie Ann Humphries and Lynn W. Humphries ’72, ’77

Carrie A. Holmes and Zan W. Holmes, Jr. ‘59, ‘68

Caroline W. Hundley and David M. Hundley ‘81, ‘92

Houston E. Holmes, Jr. ‘60, ‘62 and Sally Cullum Holmes ‘60

Terry G. Hundley ‘99

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Catherine Schmoker Hunnewell ’87 and Willard P. Hunnewell, Jr.

Virginia R. Jackson and A. Steven Raab

Caroline R. Hunt

Cher Thomas Jacobs ‘73 and David M. Jacobs

Clark K. Hunt ’87 and Tavia Shackles Hunt

Janet L. Jacobs and Mark M. Jacobs ‘84

Daniel L. Hunt ’00

Joan B. Jacobs and Louis M. Jacobs, Sr.

Hunter L. Hunt ‘90 and Stephanie E. Hunt

Mary M. Jalonick

James W. Hunt and Susan L. Hunt

Joseph D. Jamail

Joan Francis Hunt ‘69 and Richard A. Hunt ‘55, ‘59

Jon S. Jamen ‘95 and Mary Kate Jamen

Joy Hunt and Robert D. Hunt ‘62 Karen Selbo Hunt ‘78 and Larry P. Hunt ‘79 Nancy Ann Hunter Hunt ‘65 and Ray L. Hunt ‘65

Bonnie F. Jacobs and Louis L. Jacobs

Chesley R. James ‘03, ‘08 Jacquelyn H. Jameson ‘44 Jerry Jameson and Sue Jameson

Nancy B. Hunt and W. Herbert Hunt

Amanda Holland Janicek ‘97 and John M. Janicek

Jeanette L. Hunter and William S. Hunter ‘53

Deborah L. Janke ‘01 and Gary W. Janke

Lori Paull Hunter ‘83 and Willard M. Hunter

Debra Folsom Jarma ‘75 and Don M. Jarma ’75

David S. Huntley ‘80, ‘82 and Tracey M. Nash-Huntley Mary V. Huntress and Peter W. Huntress ‘95 Howard P. Hurd, II ‘66 and Linda Hurd David Hurnevich and Vannakay Harvin Hurnevich ‘90 Gary D. Huselton ‘68, ‘71 and Jean S. Huselton John R. Hutcheson and Rossie C. Hutcheson Clifton T. Hutchinson ‘80 and Elizabeth W. Hutchinson

Hind Jarrah and Taysir Jarrah Delia De Leon Jasso ‘76, ‘93 and Juan Jasso Glenn M. Javens ‘88 and Marcia Javens Harriet H. Jeffers ‘66 Nancy P. Jeffett Debra Jenevein and Nolan B. Jenevein Nolan B. Jenevein and Susan Swanson ‘83 Dan T. Jenkins and June B. Jenkins Grayson M. Jenkins ‘02

Charles D. Hutchison ‘88, ‘90 and Sondra F. Hutchison

Nancy M. Jensen ‘78

Patsy Pinson Hutchison ‘54 and William L. Hutchison ‘55

H. William Jesse, Jr. and Jessica B. Jesse

Suzanne Spangler Hutchison ‘81 and William L. Hutchison, Jr. ‘80

Cal Jillson and Jane F. Jillson

Louise Huyck and Timothy R. Huyck ‘94 E.R. Hyde ’49 and Mary Ann Hyde Margaret Ackermann Ice ‘78 and Stephen L. Ice Donald R. Iglehart ‘44 Denise Iglesias and Tony Iglesias ’94

G. William Jernigan ’61 Jeri L. Jessee ‘83 Alecia (Sue) John and Phil G. John Allison Burden Johnson ‘00 and Robert A. Johnson ‘97 Barry D. Johnson ‘86 and Susanna Yarbrough Johnson ‘82, ‘85

Jennifer Branson Johnston ‘95, ‘98 and Kenneth C. Johnston

David M. Keneipp ’75 and Leslie Vanderveer-Keneipp

Mark S. Johnston ‘88 and Martha White Johnston ‘88

Christopher G. Kenney and Shelly Kenney

Bruce W. Jolesch and Tricia Hickman Jolesch ‘76

Cindy Vaughan Kerr ’76 and Guy H. Kerr ’78

Beth A. Jones and Jeffrey A. Jones ‘78

Dorothy Bayer Kennington ‘55 Mike Kerr ‘84 and Nancy Landen Kerr ‘84

Christopher C. Jones ‘00 and Shelley Jones

Gary S. Kessler ‘74 and Joan Cunningham Kessler ‘74

David W. Jones ’88 and Lauren W. Jones

Ed W. Kettler ‘04 and Mercedes P. Kettler

Elizabeth A. Jones

Donald A. Key and Karen Faulkner Key ‘83

Eric L. Jones and Joye McGrede Jones ‘67

Marvin E. Key, III ‘83 and Tish S. Key

Gene C. Jones and Jerry Jones

Sherry J. Key

Harry M. Jones, Jr. ‘64

James W. Keyes and Margo R. Keyes

Helen C. Jones and Phillip R. Jones ‘70

Agha Q. Khan and Sania Khan

Jane Denton Jones ‘78 and Rickey L. Jones

Imran Khan ‘11

Jerry W. Jones, Jr. ‘95 and Lori L. Jones

Courtney Kidwell and Ryan C. Kidwell ‘02

June S. Jones, III

Douglas A. Kiersey and Karen S. Kiersey

Lawrence T. Jones, III

Kristina Kiik ‘06, ‘10

Megan P. Jones ‘12

Kathleen D. Kilborn and Paul T. Kilborn, II ‘81

Phyllis Porter Jones ‘49

Chere Kimbell and Isham Mike Kimbell, IV ’63

Stephen J. Jones ‘90

Alison V. Kimble and William F. Kimble ‘82

Philip R. Jonsson

Edward P. King ‘84 and Wendy D. King

Ann M. Jordan and Darrell E. Jordan ’64

Frank A. King and Merrie Ann King

J. Lamar Jordan †

Gail G. King ’56 and Hugh D. King ’57

Scott F. Jordan ‘86 and Tim Myrick

J. Luther King, Jr. and Teresa King

Karen Fortenbach Josal ‘74 and Lance K. Josal

Jack M. King, Jr. ‘79

Barbara Tom Jowell ‘61

Gordon L. Kinne and Laura E. Kinne

Katherine C. Juett and W. Dana Juett

Carole V. Kinnebrew and Jack M. Kinnebrew ’67, ’73

Ann Paris Jury ’81 and Clifford S. Jury ’84

David B. Kinney and Lois E. Kinney

A. Joe Justice and Sue R. Justice

Ellen S. Kinsey and Glenn V. Kinsey ‘77

Katherine McVean Kaelin ‘87 and William R. Kaelin, III ‘87

Suzanne K. Kintzele

Janet P. Kafka

Robert G. Kipp and Rosie M. Kipp

Richard L. Kagan

James E. Kirby, Jr. ’57, ’59 and Patty Boothe Kirby ’56

Ronald M. Kaim

Rita G. Kirk

Brooks D. Igo ‘12

Catherine White Johnson ‘76 and Paul D. Johnson ‘75

Joshua A. Imhoff

D. Keith Johnson and Denise L. Johnson

John M. Kalb

Kent A. Kirkwood ‘08

Steve Inbusch

Dane K. Johnson, D.O. ’75

Sony M. Kalluvilayil ‘10

David K. Kirshner ’78 and Leslie L. Kirshner

Denyce Smith Inmon ‘76 and Randall P. Inmon

Diane B. Johnson

Cheri L. Kamp and Thomas G. Kamp, Jr. ’83

Deborah J. Kissire and James L. Kissire ‘85

Craig Innes ’69, ’75 and Marsha Mays Innes ’69, ’71

Edwina C. Johnson and Tom Johnson

David K. Kao ‘81

Barry M. Kitt and Beth M. Kitt

Greg Johnson

Nicholas D. Kapral ‘10

James L. Irish, III ’69 and Sue Otstott Irish ’67

James W. Johnson ‘70 and Karen Kennedy Johnson ‘69

Herbert E. Karren ‘51

Charles W. Kleiman, Jr. and Lou Ann Kleiman

David T. Kastor ‘85, ‘89, ‘92

Jack Klein and Rita Ryan Klein ‘75

Janet A. Johnson and LaRue E. Johnson, Jr. ‘97

Carrie McCune Katigan ‘89 and Steven M. Katigan ‘89, ‘94

Jeff J. Klein ‘88 and Krista Wilson Klein ‘91

Jeanne Roach Johnson ’54

Sandy M. Kaufman ‘67, ‘70

Judith K. Johnson ‘69, ‘75

Curtis R. Kayem

Kathryn Mays Johnson ‘82 and William A. Johnson

Beverly C. Kazickas and Michael V. Kazickas

Marsha Harrison Kleinheinz ‘83 and John B. Kleinheinz

Bonnie K. Keene and Daniel W. Keene ’99

Marilyn Marr Klepak ‘56

Kellie M. Johnson ‘06, ‘09

Dee Keever and Robert L. Keever ‘79

Chris Kline ‘75 and Teresa Kline

Kellie Prinz Johnson ‘96 and Kevin M. Johnson

Carole P. Keiffer

Barbara A. Haynes-Kline and Rodger Kline

Donald F. Jackson ‘63 and Frances Merriman Jackson ‘63

Mary Jane Johnson

James S. Keiler ‘79 and Kaye Keiler

Matthew L. Johnson ‘07, ‘09

Marty Smith Kelley ‘81 and Myles H. Kelley, Sr.

Gail Bringardner Knapp ‘74 and William A. Knapp ‘72, ‘78

Jeffery M. Jackson and Sally A. Warren ’03

Peter J. Johnson and Wendy L. Johnson

Taylor K. Kelley ‘06

John M. Jackson ‘68, ‘71 and Kathy Winniford Jackson ‘69

Samuel R. Johnson ‘51 and Shirley Melton Johnson ‘51

Ellen Buie Kelly ’87 and M. Craig Kelly ’84

Karen Peters Jackson ‘71 and William L. Jackson ‘71

Sophia A. Johnson and Willis E. Johnson

James S. Irsay ’81 and Margaret Irsay Carol E. Irwin and Ivan Irwin, Jr. ’54, ’57 O. Wayne Isom and Patricia A. Isom Chandler Cox Ittleson ‘74 and Henry A. Ittleson Alan A. Ives ‘04, ‘05 Charles R. Jackson ’58, ’73 and Linda Jackson ’58 Cynthia L. Jackson and David C. Jackson ‘71, ‘75

Kirby H. Jackson, Jr. ‘72, ‘74 Paige M. Jackson and Michael J. Manley Timothy A. Jackson

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James M. Johnston ’70, ’71 and Suzanne Scott Johnston ’71

Richard D. Kelly Edward B. Kemble ’57, ’59 Robert Van Kemper ‘99 Patty Bell Kendrick ’52 and William B. Kendrick, III ’54

Ashlee Hunt Kleinert ’88 and Christopher W. Kleinert ’88

Billy J. Knott ‘48 Janis W. Knott and John R. Knott ’73 Bettye Jean Knowles and Richard C. Knowles ’47 Jack D. Knox ‘60, ‘63 Kevin L. Knox and Tryna H. Knox ‘12 Phillip M. Knox ‘70 Bruce L. Koepfgen and Kristin N. Koepfgen


John C. Kohl, Jr. and Theresa W. Kohl

Alexandra Lavie and Robert Lavie ‘78

Kyle D. Lippman ‘77

Joseph L. Lynch ‘98

Janice Kolb and John C. Kolb ‘88

Susan Light Lawhon ‘68

Carol H. Lipsett and Gordon P. Lipsett

Terry M. Lynch

Amy B. Korenvaes and Harlan B. Korenvaes

Naomi E. Lawrence and William B. Lawrence

Cathy C. Lively

Cynthia H. Kozmetsky and Gregory A. Kozmetsky

Tevi C. Lawson ‘11

David A. Lively ’93 and Elizabeth Gillette

Barbara Golden Lynn ’72 and Michael P. Lynn ’75

Mark S. Layer ‘78 and Patricia A. Layer

Deborah L. Lively ’84, ’02

Lynn M. Lyon ‘10

Philip J. Kraus and Sandra Plowman Kraus ‘76, ‘80

David A. Lazar

Mickey C. Lively and William H. Lively ‘65

Cynthia Lazares and David Lazares

James W. Livingston ‘69 and Jane Webb Livingston ‘69

James R. Macanliss ‘69 and Susan Owen Macanliss ‘70

Mr. and Mrs. T. Gregory Kraus ’80 Kent C. Krause ‘79, ‘82 and Valerie Bettis Krause ‘80 Karl L. Krohn ‘85 Kevin M. Krohn ‘80, ‘82 Kyle G. Krohn ‘85 Amy O. Kulas and Jason A. Kulas ’93 Katy Beth L. Kuner Roman J. Kupchynsky, II ’80, ’84 and Ruth Irwin Kupchynsky ’80 Paula S. Devereaux-Kurth and Melvin E. Kurth, Jr. ‘55

Ronald Lazof and Vincencia M. Lazof L. Bates Lea and Marcia W. Lea Fredrick S. Leach ‘83 and Jill G. Leach Cynthia D. Crain-Lee and Dwight R. Lee Elizabeth M. Lee and William M. Lee George T. Lee, Jr. and Natalie Henderson Lee ‘82

Janice Crow Livingstone ’58 and William E. Livingstone, III ’57, ’60 Aaron T. Lloyd ‘13 Charles L. Lloyd, Jr. ’64 and Sandra C. Lloyd John S. Lloyd ‘71 and Sue James Lloyd ‘71 John R. Loar

Kate Hegel Lee ‘07 and William B. Lee ‘07

Charles R. Locke, Jr. and Paige R. Locke

Matthew A. Leffers ‘03

J. Stephen Lockton ‘89 and Nicole Lampkin Lockton ‘92

Hinngong (Yolanda) Lei ‘96, ‘97, ‘98 Alan S. Leibel ’76 and Kay D. Leibel

John W. Lodewick ‘59, ‘65 and Julia K. Lodewick

Christopher J. MacConnell and Cynthia S. MacConnell Catherine Trask MacDowell ’87 and Harold F. MacDowell, III ’84 Jeffrey N. MacDowell ‘87 Billie A. Mace and Peter J. Mace ‘89 Carol D. Mack and Earle I. Mack Sue Lykes Maclay ’80, ’86 James H. MacNaughton ’72, ’73 and Sacha MacNaughton Gerry L. Maddoux and Mia Diekemper-Maddoux ‘77 MaryAnn Maddox

Lawrence (Rex) Kurzius ‘96 and Tina Kurzius

Emily McQueen Leisy ‘48

Melvin S. Kusin

Nancy K. LeMay and S. Robert LeMay, Jr. ‘53

Garry W. Kyle ‘98 and Teal Kyle

Dr. and Mrs. Mark L. Lemmon

Joyce S. Lacerte and Lawrence G. Lacerte

Harold C. Lentz, III ‘99

William H. Lacey, Jr. ‘86

John S. Leonard and Mary A. Leonard

Philip D. Lack and Teresa A. Lack

Marty V. Leonard ‘59

Charles K. LaDue ‘83

Thomas R. Leslie, IV ‘74

Darrell M. Lafitte ’54 and JoAnn Lafitte

Ruth W. Lett and Sam Lett

Melinda H. Lafitte and Michael J. Lafitte ‘84

Barbara Levenson and Stanley R. Levenson

David C. Lagasse

Carrie A. Levering and Craig R. Levering ’79

Jeffrey L. Lagow ‘73 and Marilee Lagow

Mari Levine and Matt P. Levine ‘78, ‘79, ‘82

Mark T. LaGrone ‘11

Asher L. Levinthal ‘97

David H. Lott, Jr. ’70, ’72 and Lynne Malhiot Lott ’71

Mehul D. Lalloobhai ‘02, ‘03

Laurie A. Levitt and S. Douglas Levitt

Scott A. Lovett ‘71, ‘74 and Teresa A. Lovett

Danielle Epperly Maloney ’90 and Walter G. Maloney

Patricia Kassis Lambrecht ‘72

Carol R. Levy and John I. Levy ‘86

Diana L. Lowe and Gregg A. Lowe

Don ‘62 and Dian Malouf

Janis Jacobs Lamoreaux ’69, ’70 and Robert M. Lamoreaux ’69, ’70

Cheryl D. Lewis and James C. Lewis ‘83

Kristopher L. Lowe ‘04

David C. Manges ‘07 and Kristan Manges

Sharon Gray Ley Lietzow ‘63

Lara Lowman ‘85 and Bard Wrisley

Charles E. Lancaster ‘60 and Susan Nicholls Lancaster ‘61

David W. Ley ‘92

Jill E. Lowry and L. Stanton Lowry ’87

Charles A. Mangum ’86 and Elaine Scheffer Mangum ’89

Robert K. Ley

Olin C. Lancaster, Jr. and Sally Rhodus Lancaster ‘60, ‘79

Christopher C. Loy ’92 and Susan C. Loy

Charles S. Leyendecker ’57 and Millicent A. Leyendecker

Paul B. Loyd, Jr. ‘68 and Penny R. Loyd

Cynthia H. Landen and Michael P. Landen ’85

Carl Lichte

Diny Nolan Landen ’82, ‘83 and James E. Landen ’82

Brian M. Lidji ‘78 and Fay Howell Lidji ‘77

Gail Widmer Landreth ’73 and William A. Landreth, Jr. ’72 Andrew R. Lane ’81 and Cynthia Rodriguez Lane ’81 Kay Clark Lane ‘63 and Robert B. Lane ‘60 Olin B. Lane, Jr. ’55 and Sally Buckley Lane ’55 Carol J. Langham and James T. Langham, Jr. ’64 Greg Langston Patti LaSalle ‘05 and James K. Hopkins Betty A. Lasley and Thomas T. Lasley ’68 Margie Patterson Latham ‘92, ‘08 and Thomas S. Latham Dustin M. Laughlin ‘97 James E. Laughlin ‘08 and Laura B. Laughlin Kathryn C. Laughlin and L. Russell Laughlin ‘84 Frank T. Lauinger and Kathleen Keith Lauinger ‘79, ‘83 Michael B. Laurent ‘77

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Carolyn Chappell Light ‘64 and David W. Light, III ‘65 Jeffrey A. Light ‘84, ‘94 and Natalie C. Light Larry F. Lightner, Jr. ’65, ’70 and Sue Lightner

Laura R. Lodwick and Peter A. Lodwick ‘77, ‘80 Robert E. Loeb ’77, ’85 David Loewe and Nancy S. Loewe Jeffrey C. Londa ‘75 and Sandy W. Londa Eric T. London ‘08, ‘10 Kenneth C. Long ‘01 Leslie Cox Long ’07 and Ryan A. Long ‘03, ‘10

Matthew O. Maddox ‘98 Brian L. Maguire ‘01 and Julie Gabennesch Maguire ‘01 Cary M. Maguire Jeffrey P. Mahon ‘85 John S. Malanowski and Susan B. Malanowski

Norma J. Lopez ’78, ‘06

Ken S. Malcolmson ‘74 and Stacey Paddock Malcolmson

Wendy A. Lopez and Connie C. Moorer

John C. Mallios ‘72 and Sherry Mallios

Alan Losinger and Sarah M. Losinger

Luanne Schmidt Malnory ’82 and Richard B. Malnory ’82

Ivette C. Lozano ‘84 Edward Lozick Joseph O. Luby, Jr. ‘68, ‘70 Harry B. Lucas Pam McCain Luce ’62 and Thomas W. Luce, III ’62, ’66

Catherine Zick Manning ’75 and George T. Manning Arlene H. Manthey and Charles R. Manthey Troy G. Marchbanks ‘56 Paul Marciano Kymberly Marciano-Strauss George A. Marcinko, Sr. and Mary O. Marcinko Andrew W. Marcus and Catherine S. Marcus Kris Marcus and Stephen D. Marcus ‘86

David L. Liland ‘77, ‘79

Alexandra Dillard Lucie ’05 and Craig A. Lucie ‘04

Seah H. Lim

Linda E. Ludden and Paul W. Ludden

Nancy Cain Marcus ‘74

Angie Lima and Ricardo A. Lima ‘94

Carolyn Ludwig and John L. Ludwig, Jr. ‘86

Richard C. Marcus

Marsha Moore Limbaugh ‘73 and Stephen N. Limbaugh, Jr. ‘73, ‘77

Chauncey F. Lufkin, III

Tamara Marinkovic ‘91, ‘94

Andrew H. Luke and Calle Ferm Luke ‘82

Guillermo G. Marmol

Mary L. Lupo and Robert E. Lupo

Ray H. Marr ‘52

Deborah B. Lindee and Mark T. Lindee

Maureen H. Lupton and Tavenner C. Lupton, III ‘79

Angela C. Marriott and John W. Marriott, III

Jeffrey B. Linden ‘05

Dennis L. Lutes ’72 and Kay Portman Lutes ’69

Crickett W. Lindgren and John C. Lindgren ‘90, ‘93

Charlene Cline Marsh ’91 and Tom F. Marsh

D. Scott Luttrell ’77 and Laura Dvorozniak Luttrell ’77

Cherie N. Lindley and John D. Lindley ’77

Elizabeth Turner Marshall ‘58, ‘68 and John W. Marshall ‘56

David S. Luttrell ‘09

Shelli Mims Lindley and Steven J. Lindley ’74

Amanda S. Martin and R. Kyle Martin ‘09

Nancy Luxen and Robert E. Luxen ’76

Jeff Lindsey and Rhonda Hall Lindsey ‘80, ‘83

Charles M. Martin, Sr. ‘63 and Joan Martin

Bobby B. Lyle ’67

Elizabeth Lawson Linehan ‘87 and John D. Linehan

Derek C. Martin and Tonya J. Martin

Katherine Glaze Lyle ‘71, ‘73, ‘94

Jackie Wendt Martin ‘73 and Jay G. Martin ‘73, ‘76

Debra A. Limbocker and Todd C. Limbocker Tzy-Ping Lin ‘74 and Maryhelen Tso

Cristina A. Lynch and Harry H. Lynch

Linda Cumber Marcus ‘59, ‘90

Donna G. Marriott and John W. Marriott, Jr.

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Katherine E. Martin ‘99

Nicholas McCord ‘91 and Stacey Sebern McCord ‘92

James A. McMillin ‘94 and Judy B. McMillin

Dolly O. Miller

Joni McMordie ‘80

Donald R. Miller, Jr. and Martha Miller

J. Tucker McCormack ‘07

Anne H. McNamara and Errol P. Mitlyng

David R. Martindale ‘83

J. William McCormack ‘12

Barry McNeil and Melissa Craig McNeil ‘76

Geraldine (Tincy) Erwin Miller ‘56 and Vance C. Miller ‘55

David F. Martineau and Sara T. Martineau

Ray McCormick and Wendy McCormick

Amber E. McNutt and Robert P. McNutt ‘80

Gregory L. Miller ‘89, ‘95 and Kim Miller

David Martinez

Wolford McCue

Nora F. McRae and Vaughan W. McRae ’78

Jan Miller and Jeffrey A. Rich

Debbie Martinez and Vidal G. Martinez

Andrew D. McCullough, Jr. ‘91 and Laura McCullough

Lori S. McWilliams and Robb C. McWilliams ’95

Jan S. Miller and Tyree B. Miller ‘75, ‘76

Eloise Parker Meachum ‘86 and Robert W. Meachum, Sr. ‘85

John D. Miller ‘80 and Sharon M. Miller

Jill T. Mead and Timothy G. Mead

Mary Lee Filgo Miller ‘72

Dawn Z. Meador and John D. Meador ‘72

Mary W. Miller and Tom Miller ‘56

Amy M. Meadows and Michael L. Meadows

Scott L. Miller

Charles M. Meadows, Jr. and Mary Blake Beeler Meadows ’74

Christopher W. Millican ‘98 and Shana Fischer Millican ‘98

Curtis W. Meadows, Jr. and Patricia B. Meadows

Kristi L. Millican and Wesley D. Millican ‘98

Lauren Hartje Martin ‘04 and Taylor R. Martin ‘99

Ronald I. Martinez ‘08 Lucia Martino and Elio G. Martino Larry F. Marx and Angela Steffen Meyer ‘83, ‘85, ‘87 L. Waddell Mashburn, III and Sally Smith Mashburn ‘77 Allyson Foreman Mashek ‘04 and Grant E. Mashek ‘02, ‘04

P. Michael McCullough and Sharon C. McCullough Candice Sams McCurdy ’97 and Chad A. McCurdy ’97 Jayne Rose McDearman ’73 and John R. McDearman ’71 Margaret M. McDermott

Mark L. Masinter ‘86 and Rebecca Nicholson Masinter ‘88

Alex C. McDonald and Ann Weaver McDonald ‘57

Elvis L. Mason and Joan Baker Mason ‘60

Cynthia M. McDonald and W. Scott McDonald, Jr. ’59, ’61

Katy A. Miller and Kyle D. Miller ‘01

David E. Meadows ‘03

Charles R. Millikan ‘71 and Laura Jackson Millikan ‘71

JoAnn Harris Means ‘70, ‘74 and Terry R. Means ‘70, ‘74

Elizabeth Dickey Mills ’59 and Robert H. Mills ’57

Robert W. Means

Raymond J. Mimick ‘10

Carol Anne Schantz McDougal ‘65, ‘68

James F. Meara, Jr. ’82

William J. Minick, III ‘89 and Melissa D. Tonn

John H. McDowell, Jr.

Elizabeth L. Medders and Tom B. Medders, III

James E. Minnick and Nancy J. Minnick

Jackie Masur McElhaney ‘62, ‘82 and John H. McElhaney ‘56, ‘58

Linda Reid Medlen ‘66 and Norman R. Medlen ‘65, ‘66

Deborah Lee Minor ‘87

Frances Owens McElvaney ‘58 and William K. McElvaney ‘50, ‘51, ‘57

Kevin B. Meeks ‘79, ‘80 and Laura Green Meeks ‘79

Joan Watts Mistler ‘63 and Thomas E. Mistler

Charles W. Matthews and Karen Matthews

Alfred P. McEvoy, III ’03 and Amy Tessier McEvoy ’03

Robert E. Mellor ‘68 and Suzanne Bolton Mellor ‘69

D. Scott Mitchell ‘95

Kenneth E. Mattox, Jr. ‘90 and Melody Shainline Mattox ‘91

John S. McFarland ‘59, ‘61 and Linda B. McFarland

Gordon R. Melson and Judy Melson

Kristin R. Matula and Theodore ‘Ted’ D. Matula ‘91, ‘94

Virginia Holt McFarland ‘40

Brittany Kemper Melton ‘10 and Bryan D. Melton ‘09

Cappy R. McGarr and Janie S. McGarr

Karl V. Mendel ‘42

Andrew Mittag

Heidi L. Mendoza and Ruben D. Mendoza

Dustin M. Mauck ’00, ’04

James W. McGee ‘91, ‘96 and Sawnie Ferguson McGee ‘91

Christopher D. Mize ‘86 and Kelli Griffith Mize ‘87

Donald M. Mauldin ‘71 and Pamela S. Mauldin

Michael F. McGehee ‘80 and Ann Swisher ‘82

O.J. Goode Mavon ‘66 and P. G. (Jerry) Mavon, Jr. ‘66

Charmaine D. McGill and John G. McGill

Ellen Benson Merriman ‘85 and Michael A. Merriman ‘79

Monty Mason and Pamela Jenkins Mason ‘94 Gail Vosburgh Massad ‘68 and Robert A. Massad ‘68 Craig L. Massey ’77, ’83 and Tatiana A. Massey Dorothy Olson Matetich ’48 J. Scott Mattei ’93 Ben G. Matthews, Jr. and Sara G. Matthews Betty Beckmann Matthews ‘71 and E. Stanley Matthews, III ‘71, ‘72

Bilinda C. Matusek and Brian A. Matusek

Coral Lindsey Maxwell ’48 Robert Mayer, Jr. Jason H. Maynard ‘91 and Nicole R. Maynard

Ashley P. McDonough and Robert R. McDonough ‘05

David M. McGrain ‘89 Bernard C. McGuire ’57 Michael T. McGuire ‘05 and Natalie K. McGuire

Matthew W. Maynard ‘96

Donald B. McIlhenny ‘56 and Jan Baldwin McIlhenny ‘57

Robert O. McAlister

Shirley McIntyre and William S. McIntyre

Wade P. McAlister ‘89 Bill McAnelly and Bobbie Sharp McAnelly

Barbara Jean K. McJunkin and Jack I. McJunkin, Sr. ‘55

John K. McCaa and Nora G. McCaa

Joan C. McKee and Michael McKee ’78

Joseph J. McCain, Jr. ‘64, ‘67 and Reed Skinner McCain ‘65

Barbara W. McKenzie

Clyde S. McCall, Jr. and Patricia Dean McCall ’57 Keri Maness McCall ‘91 and Shannon K. McCall ‘91 Monica L. McCall and Raymond O. McCall ‘87

Elizabeth C. McKiernan and William S. McKiernan Karla McKinley and Mark C. McKinley ‘78 Adam E. McKinney ‘92 Elizabeth Anderson McKinney ‘94 and Ryan T. McKinney ‘94

Marybelle P. Menzel

Jordan H. Mintz and Lauren D. Mintz Barbara T. Mitchell and Peter M. Mitchell Harvey R. Mitchell, Jr. and Joyce J. Mitchell Horace A. Mitchell ‘56, ‘58 Wayne L. Mitchell ‘68 and Marcia Staff

Frances L. Mizell and William A. Mizell, Jr. ‘49 Janet B. Mockovciak and John Mockovciak, III

George R. Merriman, II ‘83 and Katy M. Merriman

David S. Moderi ‘90 and Nancy Ann Nicholson Moderi

Catherine Merritt and Michael G. Merritt

Paulette McConachie Moen ’75 and Timothy P. Moen ’74, ’75

Madonna Shields Merritt ‘80 Jennifer Whitten Metzger ‘72, ‘74 and Steven C. Metzger ‘72 Sharon K. Meurer and Thomas E. Meurer James S. Meyer ’79, ’82 and Louisa Orr Meyer ’79

Lynda C. Moister and Roger W. Moister, Jr. Kyle H. Molberg ‘81 and Paula Deakins Molberg ‘81 Curtis E. Moll ‘64 and Sara Hooks Moll ‘65 Moriah M. Momsen

Judiann Reeves Meyer ‘76 and Mark L. Meyer ‘76

Deborah Beggs Moncrief and William A. Moncrief, Jr.

Andrew N. Meyercord ‘75

Robert W. Mong, Jr.

Paul S. Michaelson ‘59 and Tricia B. Michaelson

Anne Mewhinney Monning ‘71 and W. Bruce Monning, Sr. ‘70, ‘72

Mariano Michel ‘97 Patricia C. Mickey and Jon T. Mickey Barbara D. Miercort and Clifford R. Miercort

D. Randall Montgomery ‘84, ‘87 and Vickie Wood Montgomery ‘84

Harriet E. Miers ‘67, ‘70

Michael E. Montgomery ‘79 and Vinette H. Montgomery

Frank Mihalopoulos ‘77 and Maryann Sarris Mihalopoulos ‘81, ‘85

Nancy V. Montgomery

John V. McLaughlin and Vicki L. McLaughlin

Carmen C. McCaw and John R. McCaw ‘72

Anna Allen McLean ’87 and Scott J. McLean ’78

Robert J. Miles

Joyce Mays McClellan ‘56 and Thomas C. McClellan ‘74

Lewis H. McMahan ‘68 and Valerie McMahan

Alan L. Miller ‘88

Glenn McMennamy

Brian K. Miller and Victoria Vaughan Miller ‘79

Carmen Crews McMillan ’64 and E.G. McMillan, III ’61, ’62

Buddy Miller ’64 and Marsha L. Miller

Cathryn Mayo Moore ’78 and James D. Moore ’77

Daniel L. Miller and Pamela F. Miller

Charles D. Moore ’74

Robert W. McMillan ‘79

David B. Miller ’72, ’73 and Carolyn L. Miller

Scott M. McMillan ‘91, ‘95

Diane Miller and Jim Miller

Dawn Enoch Moore ‘78, ‘81 and Steven D. Moore ‘78, ‘98

Carl G. McCaslin, Jr. and Wendy McCaslin Dan P. McCauley ’72 and Sandra K. McCauley ’72

Gillian M. McCombs Christine Flynn McConnell ’84 and Michael McConnell

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David G. McLane ‘63, ‘66 and Shelley R. McLane

Anne M. Moody and Robert L. Moody, Sr. Ingrid K. Moody and Robert L. Moody, Jr. Ross R. Moody


Edward W. Moore ’84 and JoAnne Bisso Moore ’80

Richard S. Neely ‘82, ‘84

Bradley J. Olmstead ‘10 and Holly Jarma Olmstead ‘05

Britain Bailey Peakes ‘05, ‘06 and Matthew M. Peakes ‘00, ‘07

Elizabeth G. Moore and R. Anthony Moore ‘68

Betsy Brown Nelson ‘72 and Steven D. Nelson ‘72, ‘76

Charles R. Olmstead

Don S. Pearce ‘65 and Linda Boswell Pearce ‘70

Mary Moore and Ray M. Moore ‘52

David R. Nelson and Lisa B. Nelson

Ann C. Olson

John W. Peavy, III ‘66 and Linda A. Peavy

Philip B. Moran ‘87 and Vicki Moran

Donna M. Nelson and Harry A. Nelson, III ‘69

Jill M. Oman and Mark C. Oman

Kathryn P. Peck and Thomas R. Peck, II

Ruth P. Morgan

Frank X. Nelson and Tobey A. Nelson

Kevin P. O’Meara ‘86 and Patricia Ann O’Meara

Rena M. Pederson

Vanessa A. Morgan ‘04, ‘07 and Robert L. Quillin

Happy Nelson ‘62, ‘65 and Linda M. Nelson

Chris O‘Neill ’75 and Connie Blass O‘Neill ’77

Michael D. Pegues ‘84 and Sonya T. Pegues

William C. Nelson

Katherine L. O’Neill and William P. O’Neill

Nini Pelio and William L. Pelio

Barbara B. Moroney and James M. Moroney, III

David Nethery and Jeannie Scott Nethery ’70

Mildred M. Oppenheimer

Jane Boone Pelley ’79

Denis Morozov ‘98

Geraldine A. Orler and John J. Orler ‘69

James B. Morris and Susan F. Morris

Catherine Madeley Nettune ‘00 and Alex R. Nettune

Catherine Bram Orr ‘92 and Mark F. Orr ‘92

Saranne Bowker Penberthy ‘59 and Walter L. Penberthy, Jr.

Kenneth R. Morris ‘72 and Linda A. Morris

Paul A. Neubach and Vivenne B. Neubach

Danna L. Orr ‘79

Didi Penrose and Stephen B. L. Penrose

Donald N. Morriss ‘76 and Patricia Glasgow Morriss ‘75

Judy A. Neuhoff and Thomas H. Neuhoff, Sr.

Beth M. O’Shea and Michael A. O’Shea

Gaby I. Perkowski and Tom R. Perkowski

Linda O. Neumann and Lydon Neumann ’68

Rita L. McGinnis-Morriss ‘81 and William O. Morriss ‘81

Russell W. Oshman ‘03, ’06

Peter M. Neupert and Sheryl Neupert

James P. O’Sullivan ‘01 and Rebekah O’Sullivan

Dana Sloan Perlman ’80 and Jonathan S. Perlman ’92

Elizabeth Setzer Morrow ‘51 and Philip R. Morrow

Robins J. Newton ‘84 and Yolonda (Dee Dee) Newton

H. Ross Perot and Margot B. Perot

Volkan Otugen

Nancy Perot

John Q. Nguyen ‘07

James K. Outland ’87

Sarah Fullinwider Perot ‘83 and Ross Perot, Jr.

A. G. Nichols, Jr. ’62 and Barbara Koonce Nichols ’63

Blanche E. Overton ‘12 and Todd W. Rasberry ‘90

Michael H. Perrini and Sara Wolfe Perrini ‘87

Albert W. Niemi, Jr. and Maria Niemi

Patra Owen and Robert R. Owen ’61

Heidi W. Perry and Timothy E. Perry

Evelyn Rayzor Nienhuis ‘51

Randolph R. Perry ‘70 and Suzanne F. Perry

Erik N. Nikravan ‘06

Linda Stewart Ozanne ‘74 and Porter L. Ozanne, III ‘70

Frederick Moss and Jennifer Farris Moss ‘84

Heidi Nilson and Victor Nilson ‘04

P. Scott Ozanus

David M. Petefish ‘73, ‘75 and Rose M. Petefish

George F. Moss ‘58

Grace A. Nivens and Louie B. Nivens, Jr. ‘90

Janyce Pace and Roger C. Pace ‘77

Brady Peters and Dan M. Peters ‘98, ‘99

Nicol D. Moss ‘90 and Robert G. Moss ‘88, ‘92

Frances O. Nixon and Victor H. Nixon ‘67

Christine Broderick Mountain ‘03 and Christopher R. Mountain ‘03

Dennis Noebel ’78 and Susan R. Noebel

Christine Pollard Paddock ‘03 and Peter W. Paddock, Jr. ‘03

Jan Gehring Peterson ’70 and L. Marc Peterson ’70

D. Bobbitt Noel, Jr. ’76 and Karen H. Noel

H. Winfield Padgett, Jr. and Nancy Padgett

Belle Drye Petkas ‘68 and Peter Petkas

Janet Taylor Mountz ‘76 and Tim W. Mountz ‘76

Anne C. Padilla

Mary K. Petsche ‘82

B. Gregory Mowatt ’74, ’76

Edmund O. Noel ’75 and Patrice Oden Noel ’75

Yvonne Forester Page ‘50

Jeff B. Phelps ‘95

Nancy Hutchens Mowrey ‘74 and Robert T. Mowrey ‘77

Robert C. Noel ‘80, ‘89 and Deanne Moore Noel ‘89

Lauren E. Palley

Linda M. Phelps ‘85

Marion Palley and Roger B. Palley

William D. Noel ’82 and Barbara W. Noel

Holly P. Philbin and Phillip B. Philbin

Colin M. Moynahan ‘12

Rennick B. Palley

Cari Lyn Hinkle Nolan ‘84 and Michael J. Nolan ‘83

Anneke M. Phillips and Jeff Phillips

R. Charles Muchmore, Jr. ‘75

Stuart W. Palley ‘11

Cathy Cook Phillips ’74 and Cecil B. Phillips ’49

Richard G. Palmer and Ruth Grogan Palmer

Jeanne L. Phillips ‘76

Robert J. Palmer, Jr. ‘96, ‘99

John Phillips

Michelle DeKnock Paluck ‘80 and Robert J. Paluck ‘80

Lynn Phillips and Scott E. Phillips ’74

Betsy Lane Morton ‘76, ‘05 and Stephan E. Morton ‘74, ‘76 Dustin E. Morton ‘06 and Kelly Campbell Morton ‘06 Gwyn H. Morton ‘50 and Phyllis Erickson Morton ‘65

Elizabeth C. Mullan and John H. Mullan Jenny F. Mullen and Richard T. Mullen ‘61 Gregory D. Mullinax and Wes K. Waggoner Carlo J. Mulvenna and Debra C. Mulvenna C. Ebb Munden, III ‘57 and Lucy A. Munden Juanita G. Mundy and Von R. Mundy ‘09 Matthew A. Muns ‘04 M. B. Murchison and Robert F. Murchison Dennis E. Murphree ‘69 and Penny Mize Murphree ‘70

Cyrena A. Nolan David A. Norman ‘88 and Mary Anepohl Norman ‘89 Christina W. Norris ‘96 and Timothy J. Norris Colleen Norton and Joseph J. Norton James C. Norton ‘64 and Ronda Norton Karen L. Norton and Philip S. Norton ‘75 Ernest W. Norvell ‘50 and Patsy Moseley Norvell ‘51

Brian G. Murphy ‘82 and Kathy Murphy

Edwin E. Nowlin, Jr. ‘66, ‘68 and Susan Byerly Nowlin ‘67

James R. Murphy, Jr. ‘75 and Julie Murphy

Alice G. Nye and Erle A. Nye ’65

Jay J. Murray ‘92 Allen R. Myers ’64 and Mardi Wochos Myers ‘68

Alice Hughes Oakley ’87 and John R. Oakley ’93

Jack C. Myers ‘66, ‘69 and Judy N. Myers

Brian J. O’Boyle ‘06

John M. Myers and Tara J. Myers

Jessie W. O‘Brien and Mark O. O‘Brien ‘86

Sandra V. Naftzger

Lisa O’Connor and Randall P. O’Connor

Jack C. Najork ‘67, ‘68 and Linda C. Najork Mary E. Nakashige ‘82

Elizabeth Miller O‘Daniel ’88 and Michael J. O‘Daniel ’87

Charlene Nanney and D. Roger Nanney

Sanjay Pamurthy ‘05 Mark G. Papa

Elizabeth Schrodel Perry ’84, ’91

David W. Persky ’72 and Mary E. Persky

Anthony Picchioni and Deborah O. Picchioni Carissa L. Pichon ‘01 and Edward W. Pichon

James A. Pappas and Lisa M. Pappas

Jan Rymer Pickens ’64 and R. Houston Pickens ’62

John A. Park ‘75 and Nancy J. Park

John T. Pickens and Kenney Dixon Pickens ‘67

B. Stephens Parker ‘73 and Eugenia M. Parker

Leon P. Piepenburg ‘07 and Marianne Baker Piepenburg ‘81

Claudia Kihano Parker ‘85 and James C. Parker Emily A. Parker ‘73 John M. Parker Jonathan E. Parker ‘92 and Megan Hennessy Parker ‘94

Charles C. Pierce, Jr. and Jane Harrell Pierce ’65, ’71 Scott P. Pinkston, Sr. and Stephanie Brown Pinkston ’81 Alden G. Pinnell ‘92

Benjamin W. Parkey ‘02

Amy Trujillo Piper ‘06, ‘11

Vinod K. Pathrose ’04

Blake J. Piro ‘09

Adana P. Paton and L. H. Paton ’71

Angie S. Pirok and Paul J. Pirok ’81

J. Redwine Patterson ‘48, ‘51, ‘54

Christina H. Pittman and James C. Pittman ‘94

Edith J. O’Donnell and Peter O’Donnell, Jr.

Larry Patterson ‘93

Jerry W. Pittman ‘58

Eileen Ruebel Nash ‘57 and Michaux Nash, Jr. ‘56

Lisa M. O’Donnell ‘03

Patricia M. Patterson

James R. Pitts ‘09

John D. O’Hara and Linda Ward O’Hara ‘91

Christopher C. Paul ‘83 and MaryAlice B. Paul

Christine Pitzer and Starr L. Pitzer, Jr. ‘71

Colleen E. Nay ‘04

Dwight H. O’Keefe, III ‘65 and Mary B. O’Keefe

Eric Paulson ‘80

Carolyn F. Neal and George D. Neal ‘54, ‘60

J. Clayton Oliphint ‘88, ‘96 and Lori M. Oliphint

Anne Spivey Paup ‘73 and Henry B. Paup ‘73

Kip I. Plankinton and Maria Martineau Plankinton ‘88

F. Scott Neal ‘84

Sallie M. Oliva and Thomas W. Oliva

Helen Payton and Jimmy C. Payton, Sr. ‘54

Donna B. Plunket and Paul Plunket

Martha Raley Peak ‘50 and Preston A. Peak

Judge Charles E. Plunkett

Elizabeth F. Neel ‘11

† Deceased

Mark B. Plunkett ‘96

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Gigi Glisson Poglitsch ‘69, ‘72 and Jerry M. Poglitsch Anne Veale Pogson ’65 and Clyde H. Pogson Anne B. Pogue and J. Blake Pogue ’85 Carol McClaughry Pointer ’81 and David T. Pointer ’81 Donald R. Polan ‘59 Joan M. Pollock and Robert G. Pollock ‘48

Cherie S. Raidy and John E. Raidy, Jr.

Merrill J. Reynolds ‘76 and Nancy S. Reynolds

Andrew D. Rooker ’73 and Jane L. Rooker

C. Ted Raines, Jr. ‘57, ‘63 and Nancy Jones Raines ‘58

Alan Rhodes

John D. Rooney

Terry L. Richard and Timothy R. Richard ‘89

Marianne B. Rooney and Patrick T. Rooney

Angela Lockhart Raitzin ‘00 and Dimitri Raitzin

Betty Richards and Stanford H. Richards

Elliott Roosevelt, Jr. and JoAnne M. Roosevelt

Barrett Haberer Ramsey ‘89 and Michael L. Ramsey

Charles T. Richardson and Twila T. Richardson

Cecile S. Rose and Thomas N. Rose ’82

Arthur G. Randol, III and Gayle Kleweno Randol ’71

Lillian Zars Richey ‘99 and M. A. Richey ‘84

Deedie P. Rose and Edward W. Rose, III

Robert E. Richey

Jared E. Rosen ‘10, ‘11

Andrew M. Richman and Lori A. Richman

Edward H. Ross ‘87 and Nancy R. Ross

Carol Jackson Riddle ’70, ’80 and Michael L. Riddle

John A. Rote and Kelley L. Rote

Karen S. Pollock and Richard R. Pollock ‘84

James H. Randolph, Jr. ‘69 and Leslie M. Randolph

Anna R. Pool and Paul W. Pool ’62

Liana Valentina Vetter Rao ‘04

Barbara Youkers Pool ‘67 and Richard L. Pool ‘64

Manda L. Rash and Dan J. Wittliff ‘72

Ashley Parker Pope ‘07 and John H. Pope ‘06

Brenda G. Ratcliff and Neal R. Stockham

Michael D. Porter

Benjamin A. Rathjen

Patty Porter and T. William Porter, III ‘63

Neil J. Rauenhorst and Rebecca H. Rauenhorst

Bruce W. Portillo ‘70, ‘72 and J. B. Portillo

Mary Jo McCorkle Rauscher ‘51

Sandy R. Postma and Tom W. Postma

Brian Rawson ‘00, ‘03

John B. Poston

Anita Ardinger Ray ‘54

Joan Hardy Potter ‘56 and Robert L. Potter ‘56

Anne C. Ray and Robert B. Ray ‘75

Amy Zimmerman Pottkotter ‘99 and Kurt A. Pottkotter

Barbara Lisenba Ray ’51 and G. Farrell Ray, Jr. ’50

David W. Powell ‘79 and Emily S. Powell

Deborah J. Ray and Steven M. Ray

Dina Powell and Richard C. Powell, Jr. ‘89

Michelle Fetterolf Ray ‘88 and Robert M. Ray ‘87

Elmer C. Powell William D. Powell ‘57 David N. Powers and Margaret Peavy Powers ’87, ’01 Joni G. Powers and Timothy E. Powers ‘80 Jan Alexander Praisner ‘73, ‘75 and Michael Praisner ‘68, ‘74

Denise S. Rassier and John T. Rassier

Edward A. Razim and Genevieve Turner Razim ‘06 Elise H. Reagan and Robert B. Reagan Nelwyn Harman Reagan ’67 and Ross B. Reagan ’65 Ann S. Reames and Timothy P. Reames ’61

Katelyn J. Pratt ‘08

Dana A. Reaud and Wayne A. Reaud

Lorene Bond Prewitt ’62, ’70 and Robert I. Prewitt ’49, ’51

Ryann Reaud ‘05

Benjamin B. Price, II

Christopher R. Redlich, Jr. and Sarah E. Redlich

Jeffrey L. Price

Clare Redlinger

Gage A. Prichard, Sr. ‘58 and Gwen Lee Prichard ‘58

Glynis W. Redwine ‘83, ‘84

Dianne Young Priddy ’87 and Hervey A. Priddy ’99

Vance Reed

Trent D. Redden ‘06

Holly A. Reed Chris Reeder

Laura F. Riddle and Paul N. Riddle ‘79

Jaquie N. Rothermel and John F. Rothermel, III ‘71, ‘75

Scott Riddles ’84 and Susan Mullanax Riddles ’84

James A. Rothstein

Nedra Rideau and Michael L. Rideau ‘76

Glenver H. Rowland and Robert G. Rowland ‘74

Ronald H. Ridlehuber ’75

Rebecca Royall ‘73

Bobbie G. Riedel and William A. Riedel ‘55 Doris Riehm

Karen Brandstrader Rozzell ‘82 and Scott E. Rozzell ‘71

Leonard M. Riggs, Jr. and Peggy Ney Riggs ‘79

Suzann Hess Ruff ‘73

Brian K. Rinehart and Tracy Rinehart

Sarah Ruger

Michael J. Riordan and Linda Shoevlin-Riordan ‘84

John S. Runnells, III ‘86

Billie Leigh Morgan Rippey ’53

Edward B. Rust, Jr. ‘75 and Sally B. Rust

Frank A. Risch and Helen Risch

Cheryl Redinger Rutledge ‘75 and Joel S. Rutledge ‘86

Clement Risk and Colleen Risk

Fred E. Rowe ‘68 and Michele L. Rowe

Patricia G. Russell and William F. Russell ‘60, ‘64

Hedy A. Rittenmeyer and Ronald A. Rittenmeyer

Andres A. Ruzo ‘09

Donald G. Ritter ‘01 and Leslie C. Ritter

Dennis N. Ryan ’74 and Diana P. Ryan

James Y. Robb, III ‘76 and Susan Gorham Robb ‘06

Sandra L. Ryan and William J. Ryan ’57

Kevin J. Roberts and Terry P. Roberts Kristen Busby Roberts ‘91 and Richard W. Roberts David L. Robertson and Kathleen L. Robertson

Deborah J. Ryan

Mark A. Rydel ‘72 Jon A. Ryser ‘87 and Michelle R. Ryser Thomas W. Sabin, Jr. ‘79 and Amy T. Styczynski ‘89

Mark A. Robertson ‘85

James R. Sackett and Kimberly J. Yamanouchi ’78

Susan F. Robertson and Walter S. Robertson, III

Judy M. Sall and Larry D. Sall

Debra Shepherd Robinson ‘72 and Rowland K. Robinson ‘72

David B. Saller ‘04

Eugene N. Robinson, III ‘60 and Gayle S. Robinson

Victor E. Salvino

Victor E. Salvino, IV Marc D. Sambol ‘12

Jan and Trevor Rees-Jones

Paul M. Robinson and Susan Saigh Robinson ‘80

Bradley C. Reeves ‘91 and Holly L. Reeves

Bruce A. Robson ’74 and Emily K. Robson

Phyllis Sams and William M. Sams ‘60

Cristie C. Reeves and Jack L. Reeves

The Rev. Linda Smith Roby ’75, ’00 and Frank M. Roby ’75

Marcellene Wilson Sands ‘69 and Stephen H. Sands ‘70

Michael (Buzz) R. Rochelle ‘76 and Patricia L. Rochelle

Lola Peterson Sanford ’50 and R. F. Sanford ’50

Melissa Meyer Reiff ‘77 and Ronald E. Reiff

Antonio R. Rodriguez and Jill Holland Rodriguez ‘98

Clare McCaffrey Savage ‘90 and David S. Savage ‘87

Michael P. Reilly

Henry Rodriguez

Wes Savage

Donald E. Reily ‘53 and Nancy Hopkins Reily ‘55

Beverly C. Rogers and Mack L. Rogers ‘72

Lucille Savarese

C. Paul Rogers, III

Michael G. Sawicki ‘91 and Nancy F. Sawicki

Patrick A. Reis ‘11

Douglas H. Rogers ’66 and Jennifer Hunt Rogers ’84

Mary Ann Ayres-Scalise and Anthony Scalise ‘61

Kimberly Novel Quinn ‘88 and Terry D. Quinn ‘88

Richard A. Reneberg, Jr. ‘88

Henry J. Rogers

Wesley A. Scarbrough ‘55

Tracy J. Rentz ‘97

Suzie Rogers and Yandell Rogers, Jr. ‘61

Valentine M. Schaible

Miguel A. Quinones

Christopher H. Rentzel ’72 and Jana S. Rentzel

Pamela Loring Rohlfs ‘77 and Paul A. Rohlfs ‘77

Barbara L. Rabin and Stanley A. Rabin

Jessica M. Requa ‘08

Laura G. Romero and Richard J. Romero

Barton W. Schaller ‘90 and Elizabeth Alexander Schaller ‘89

Barbara Gray Rader ‘83 and Jeffers N. Rader

Sarah E. Requa ‘12

Jill Mackie Rommel ‘78 and Ryan G. Rommel ‘76

Charles L. Schalon and Kristin L. Schalon

Gail C. Radley and James A. Radley

Georganne Rexford and John H. Rexford ‘79, ‘80

Ashley Bonilla Romo ‘06 and Jerad J. Romo ‘06

Douglas Scharbauer

Marcos G. Ronquillo and Yazmin J. Ronquillo ‘80

Janice Schauwecker and Michael Schauwecker

Caren H. Prothro Mark H. Prothro ’72 and Dianne C. Prothro James Prude Grant H. Pruitt ‘09 Alexandra Pruner and David R. Pruner ‘82 David P. Purcell and Stacy L. Purcell Elizabeth (Betty) Kenner Purkey ’66, ’75 and Walter R. Purkey ’67, ’75, ’95 David L. Puterbaugh ’78, ’79 and Kathy Puterbaugh Mary C. Pyke and William A. Pyke ‘59 Elizabeth Hitchins Quigley ’91 and L. Matthew Quigley

George Raffkind Glenna Raffkind

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Chris C. Regis and Todd Regis Alexis Reid and James Reid Robert T. Reid ‘57

Robert E. Reinke ‘78

George T. Reynolds, III ‘57 and Jocelyn A. Reynolds

Anita R. Sampels and M.D. Sampels

Paula L. Santoski

David W. Scheible and Mary R. Scheible Pat and Pete Schenkel


Becky L. Schergens ‘62

Bryan S. Sheffield ‘01

Casey Carr Sisk ‘08 and Daniel Sisk

Philip S. Spain ‘68, ‘77, ‘78 and Robyn B. Spain

Myrna D. Schlegel and Robert J. Schlegel

Kim Sheffield and Scott D. Sheffield

Alan M. Skaggs ‘05

Patti G. Sparkman

Jay D. Schlichting

Chad E. Sheinbein ‘06, ‘07

John Skeen

Candye Gould Spears ’06 and William S. Spears

M. Wrenn Madison Schmidt ‘05

Donald F. Shelly, Jr.

Merribess Skidmore and Tim Skidmore

Ronald E. Spears

Suzanne Schmidt ’67 and Dan C. Jones

D. M. Shepard ‘86

Michael J. Skillman and Sherri J. Skillman

Willard Spiegelman

David Schoeggl

Lauren Neal Shepard ‘90 and Peter Shepard ‘90

James A. Skinner, III and Lisa R. Skinner

Carol P. Spies and Donald K. Spies ’04

Gail Schoellkopf

Sandra Riehm Shepard ‘67

Janet K. Slater and Jon E. Slater

Catherine P. Schoelzel and Scott W. Schoelzel

Becca Shepherd and William C. Shepherd, III ‘83

Sean Slaton

Marian Gilden Spitzberg ‘85 and Jack W. Spitzberg

Nancy Box Schoenke ‘63 and Raymond F. Schoenke, Jr. ‘63 Lisa Bankler Schulgen ‘00, ‘03 and Sean H. Schulgen ‘98, ‘03 Betty Schultz Mark Schultz Enika Pearson Schulze ‘76 and Richard H. Schulze Charles A. Schumacher ‘79 Armond G. Schwartz, Jr. and Cynthia Cohen Schwartz ‘79 Amanda R. Schwenke and Kenneth W. Schwenke Denise Urzendowski Scofield ‘92 and John B. Scofield, Jr. ‘92

Anne Turriff Slaughter ’66 and Randolph Slaughter, Jr.

Janice Spleth

Mrs. Mark Shepherd, Jr. (Mary Alice) Phillip W. Shepherd ‘96

Lon Slaughter ’58 and Nancy Slaughter

Kathy C. Sheppard and William D. Sheppard ‘76

Charles M. Sloan, III ’47 and Sue H. Sloan

J. Abbott Sprague and Leslie MacKay Sprague ‘82

Anita J. Sherrod and William (Blackie) F. Sherrod

Clay G. Small ‘75 and Ellen Small

Alison Weir Small ‘84 and James R. Small

Betty W. Spomer and Eric L. Spomer ‘82, ‘92

Robert B. Spurgin ‘71 and Sally DeWitt Spurgin ‘74, ‘78 Sriram Srinivasan ‘00

William O. Shields ’69

Linda Delzell Smalley ‘64 and Robert H. Smalley

Betty Cheesborough Shiels ’55 and Rob Shiels ’55

Don M. Smart ’65

Donna E. Stack and Robert J. Stack ‘95 Linda D. Stafford and Thomas P. Stafford

James A. Shirk ‘66 and Linda Sternberg Shirk ‘68

Jennifer S. Smedley and Marcus A. Smedley ‘96 Michael M. Smit ‘97

Joseph H. Staley, Jr. and Linda B. Staley

Andrea E. Smith and Curtis E. Smith

Kenneth M. Standley and Renee Justice Standley ‘90, ‘99

Linda Crawley Shirley ‘84, ‘93 and Mark H. Shirley

Bethany Smith and Charles R. Smith ’61

Ann G. St. Clair

Deborah Greynolds Stanford ‘87 and Richard L. Stanford ‘71, ‘74

Rosa A. Shirley ‘06

Brett A. Smith ‘88 and Dawn Lee Smith ‘89

Gay D. Scott and William F. Scott

Linda Turner Shive ‘75 and Ralph C. Shive ‘75

Bryan F. Smith, Jr. ‘78 and Kelly C. Smith

James M. Scott ’06

Bud Smith ‘45 and Jane M. Smith

Lindsey M. Scott and William F. Scott, II ‘06

Claudia C. Shoemaker and Marshall D. Shoemaker

Richard T. Scott

V. H. Sholl ‘54, ‘56

Frederic S. Scripps ‘02

Judy Keller Shore ‘90 and Michael W. Shore ‘86, ‘90

Cece Smith ‘74

Daniel W. Stansbury, Sr. ’54, ’59 and Joan Lively Stansbury ’54

Deborah L. Smith and Thomas E. Smith

Taryn A. Starling and William J. Starling ‘94

Thomas N. Short ‘08

Dori Hodges Smith ’76, ’77 and Jim E. Smith

Marianne and Roger Staubach

Angela M. Showalter and William N. Showalter, III

Douglas Smith and Elizabeth Smith

Paul P. Steed, Jr. ’47 and Violet A. Steed

Earl C. Smith, Jr. ’66

Amanda Dillard Shufeldt ‘07 and Charles F. Shufeldt

Flint M. Steeples ‘96

Eva S. Smith and Michael G. Smith ‘66, ‘71

Marc I. Steinberg

J. Allen Smith ‘81 and Jane Cornish Smith ‘81, ‘01

Charles L. Stephens, III and Mary R. Stephens

Scott P. Sealy, Jr. ‘95 David T. Seaton and Lynette L. Seaton Carol Paris Seay ‘66, ‘71 George E. Seay, Jr. ‘68 and Nancy Clements Seay ‘64 George E. Seay, III ‘94 Avelino F. Segura and Judith Garrett Segura

David W. Shuford ’67, ’70 and Karen Livesay Shuford ’70

James T. Seigfreid, Jr. and Stephanie Seigfreid

Cindy B. Shulman and Michael D. Shulman

Marianne Seiler ‘77

Zachary M. Shultz ‘05 Brenda E. Shute and Jim C. Shute

Carol Coleman Smith ‘72 and Stephen W. Smith ‘71

Jean K. Smith Joan E. Smith and Richard F. Smith L. Stephen Smith ’78, ’87

Nancy Perkins Shutt

Lowell N. Smith, Jr. ‘54 and Shirley Segars Smith ‘55

Gerald S. Siegmyer ‘73 and Marian E. Siegmyer

Martha Smith and W. Forrest Smith ‘63

Connie McCarthy Sigel ‘85 and Marc H. Sigel

Rory M. Smith ‘07

Martin T. Sigler and Timothy T. Thomas ‘03, ‘07

Scott R. Smith ‘79

Maria Cuellar Sikkel ’73 and Mark A. Sikkel ’73 Christina Silberman and Robert Silberman

Shelby L. Smith, Sr. ’54 and Virginia Adelaide Harrison Smith ’54

Michael N. Sills and Shelle Jacobs Sills ‘73

Sue G. Smith and Troy R. Smith, Jr. ‘67

Mary M. Silverman and Michael R. Silverman ‘84

Terry P. Smith and Thomas E. Smith, Sr.

Patricia S. Silverman and Robert A. Silverman

Virginia Street Smith ‘58

Annette Caldwell Simmons ’57 and Harold C. Simmons

W. Clark Smith

Charles S. Sharp, Jr. ‘74

Brian P. Simmons and Julie Dowdall Simmons ‘81

Brian Snortheim

Janice Vyn Sharry ‘77 and Michael Sharry ‘77

Erin A. Simons and George S. Simons ‘83

Courtney Fox Shaver ‘04 and Herbert E. Shaver ‘03

Georganna L. Simpson ‘89

Elizabeth P. Shaw and Robert L. Shaw

J. Ernest Sims ‘74 and Lolita Cuellar Sims ‘74

Judith Shaw and Roy G. Shaw

Michelle L. Sinacola ‘05, ‘09

Thomas E. Sheahan, Jr. ‘87

Ashley Sine and Robert J. Sine, III ‘02

John J. Sheehan, Jr. ‘80 and Margaret Phillips Sheehan ‘81

Nandlal M. Singh ‘78, ‘92 and Sheila Singh

Matthew W. Seinsheimer ‘88 John H. Seiter and Linda A. Seiter Brian S. Selby ‘93 and Jennifer N. Selby Nicholas T. Serafy, Jr. and Viveca Serafy Christine Irish Sestak ‘95 and Michael J. Sestak ‘94, ‘10 Carl Sewell ’66 and Peggy Higgins Sewell ’72 Kim M. Shaddock and William C. Shaddock ‘74 Richard A. Shaffer Nishita (Nisha) S. Shah ‘90 Frank G. Shaheen Allen C. Shank ‘02, ‘03 Vann T. Shank ‘01

Kenneth Sheets ‘04 and Michele S. Sheets

† Deceased

Rusty C. Simpson ‘03

Lisa B. Singleton and Marvin B. Singleton ‘89

Virginia C. Smith ‘82, ‘06

James R. Snell ‘79 and Nancy Brown Snell ‘80 Jack G. Snyder ‘78 and Sharon K. Snyder Worth B. Snyder ‘01, ‘03 Gordon Sohl and Vera O. Sohl Dan E. Solomon ‘61 and Marcia Solomon

Carolyn S. Stanley and Harold W. Stanley Dan W. Stansbury, Jr. ’89 and Tina Moore Stansbury ’91

Harriet Stephens and Warren A. Stephens Watt P. Stephens ‘07 Phyllis Stephenson and Steve A. Stephenson ‘71 Shirley B. Sterling and William G. Sterling, Jr. ‘52 Freda G. Stern N. L. Stevens, III ‘72, ‘76 and Nancy D. Williams ‘73 John E. Stevenson ‘86 and Melinda K. Stevenson H. Leighton Steward ‘57, ‘59 and Lynda Brady Steward ‘59 Andrew E. Stewart ‘99 and Mysti Newberry Stewart ‘01 Anne Lund Stewart ‘68 and James W. Stewart, Jr. Carol Myers Stewart ‘65 and Lawrence R. Stewart ‘65 Jeannie Stewart and Ronald E. Stewart Christiana P. Stich and John M. Stich Steven E. Stich ’00 Alex M. Stiles ‘00 and Allyson Sirk Stiles ‘00

Gay F. Solomon and William T. Solomon ‘64

Connie Marszalkowski Stine ’90 and Todd A. Stine ’90

David G. Somerville ‘64 and Mary Walls Somerville ‘67

Cindy Stitt and Sam Stitt

Dianna Sommer and Francis Sommer Al Sorrels, Jr. ‘85, ‘94

Brit M. Stock ‘94 Laura J. Stockslager and Matthew J. Stockslager Steve Stodghill

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Gayle and Paul Stoffel

Arshad A. Syed and Nilma A. Syed

Blair Y. Thompson and William S. Thompson

William R. Turner ‘98

Donald J. Stone and Norma K. Stone

Mary Sykes

Carol K. Turpin

Mary A. Stone and Wallace O. Stone

Barbara C. Sypult and Bob Sypult

Cynthia S. Thompson ‘80 and Marcus M. Thompson ‘81

Milburn J. Stone

Evelyn Thompson and Ron Thompson ‘79

Linda M. Stopani and Gary R. Stopani ‘85

Mary Coleman Tabor ‘70 and Mike M. Tabor ‘66, ‘69

John Tuszynski ’74 and Lauren Hofmeister Tuszynski ’76

Carol Pridgen Storey ‘76 and Robert Gerald Storey, III ‘77

Glenna Hamrick Taite ‘64, ‘76 and Ralph E. Taite ‘64, ‘66

Ted C. Thompson ‘75 Timothy D. Thor ‘98

Melissa McCullough Ulrich ‘97 and Spencer Ulrich

Gabrielle Rasor Stott ‘72 and Jay H. Stott ‘74, ‘75

Kathy Talley and Mike Talley ’87

Joe B. Thornton, Jr.

Sheila Umphrey and Walter Umphrey ‘58

Keith L. Talley ‘76

Erin Threadgill and T. Matlock Threadgill

Berit B. Stover and Gregory M. Stover ‘83

Mark A. Talley ‘97

John D. Threadgill ‘70 and Kay Threadgill

Christine Underwood and David M. Underwood, Jr. ’88

Brian L. Strange ‘01

Mary A. Talley

Lane Freeman Threadgill ‘73

Marjorie Wright Strange ‘44, ‘75

Charlotte W. L. Tan

Carl W. Thunem ‘79 and Deborah Thunem

John A. Strauss and Linda M. Strauss

John L. Tan

Barbara H. Thurmon and Jack J. Thurmon ‘67

Matthew T. Strauss ‘12

Kathryn Campbell Tanner ‘63 and Lawrence E. Tanner ‘63

Harry L. Thurmon ‘64 and Sue Thurmon

Michael J. Strauss

Deborah C. Thompson and Mark A. Thompson

Elizabeth S. Tiernan and Michael W. Tiernan

Alice A. Shryoc Street ‘63 and E. Bruce Street, Jr. ‘62

Charles A. Tarpley ’61 and Mary Ellen Tarpley

James H. Strickland, Jr. ‘70, ‘73 and Marlene K. Strickland

Barbara Moore Tartt ’60 and Blake Tartt ’49, ’59

Peter B. Tinkham and Sandra CorSette Tinkham ‘66, ‘69

Brice E. Tarzwell

Matthew E. Strickland ’00

Marcia Tinsley and Maurice L. Tinsley, Jr. ‘44

William T. Tate

Ann Roberts Stringer ‘71 and J. Frank Stringer, Jr. ‘70

Joan Titus and John W. Titus

Alan C. Tatum ’69, ’74 and Frances K. Tatum

Katie Titus

Kay Strother and T. McCullough Strother ’62, ’65

John P. Tatum, II and LeeAnn R. Tatum Nenetta C. Tatum and Stephen L. Tatum ‘76

George E. Tobolowsky ‘70, ‘74 and Julie Z. Tobolowsky

Rosalie Taubman

Alton C. Todd ‘71 and Nari P. Todd

Adam K. Tauzel ‘02 and Jennifer Cowan Tauzel ‘02, ‘03, ‘06

Brad Todd and Rebecca Sheen Todd ‘78

Carl J. Taylor and Nell Acker Taylor ’81

Carolyn Wagner Toledo ‘83, ‘84 and George A. Toledo

Eric M. Stroud and Sara B. Stroud Lynn Struthoff Hunter P. Stuart ‘08 Mersina Pappas Stubbs ‘85 and Phineas W. Stubbs, Jr.

Peter M. Tart ‘64 and Shirley Shull Tart ‘63

Catherine B. Taylor

Anthony Tillman and Lori S. White

Emily Harris Todd ‘85

Jack A. Turpin

George M. Underwood, Jr. ‘41 John B. Underwood ‘96 John T. Unger ‘73, ‘74 and Kathy J. Welch ‘74 Betty Ellsworth Ungerman ’90 and Steve A. Ungerman ’68 David W. Upchurch Sarah H. Upchurch David A. Usiak ‘78 Mark L. Ussery ‘64 Lisa M. Utasi ‘85 Melissa Woodard Utley ‘87 and Steven R. Utley ‘86 Michael F. van Breda Robert G. Van Horn ‘72 and Susan G. Van Horn Arch W. Van Meter ’53, ’72 and Patsy T. Van Meter Clara K. Van Wagoner and Glen B. Van Wagoner Nathan R. Vance ‘10

Daphne Roscoe Taylor ‘93 and Lyndon A. Taylor ‘93

Carol A. Toll and Ralph E. Toll ‘74 John C. Tolleson ’70 and Debra J. Tolleson

David H. Taylor and Elizabeth B. Taylor

David Vanderpool and Margie Martin Vanderpool ‘52

Glenn R. Taylor and Wanda J. Taylor

Barbara Sukenik Tonti ‘87 and Michael T. Tonti ‘85

Mimi Vanderstraaten and William H. Vanderstraaten ‘82

Jon Styslinger

Pamela Anderson Taylor ‘81 and Steven H. Taylor ‘81

David G. Townsend, Sr. and Margaret D. Townsend

Jared R. VanLandingham ‘01

Alfredo A. Suarez ‘02

Susan S. Taylor

David M. Sudbury ’70 and Holly Ritger Sudbury ‘68

Andrew Teller, Jr. ’85 and Carrie Chapman Teller ’02

MarrGwen Chapman Townsend ‘73 and Stuart Townsend

Barbara Vaughan and Charles Vaughan

Calvin H. Sugg, Jr. ’64 and Donna Sugg

Mary C. Templeton and Richard K. Templeton

Kristin N. Sullivan ‘90 and J. Mitch Whitten ‘91

Christopher S. Terhune ‘88

Johna Chambliss Trantham ‘99 and Justin Trantham

Michael G. Sullivan ‘85, ‘91 and Sandra Wyatt Sullivan ‘87

Raymond J. Termini ‘68

Bella Trilikis and George Trilikis

W. Edward Vaughan, III ‘78, ‘92

Antoinette Barksdale Terry ’54 and Marshall Terry ’53, ’54

Kenn A. Troutt and Lisa C. Troutt

Annette K. Vaughn and Jack C. Vaughn, Jr. ‘77

Joe Chat Sumner, III ‘55

Driskoll Tubbs

Kenneth S. Vaughn ‘80 and Maria C. Vaughn

Frances McCreless Sunderland ‘59 and Robert B. Sunderland ‘60

Ellen Coleman Terry ‘61

Bradford Tucker ‘75 and Stephanie F. Tucker

Ramgopal Venkataraman

Mary D. Terry and Michael F. Terry, Sr.

J. Tracy Tucker ‘85

Stephen K. Vernon ’76, ’80

John M. Tesoriero and Sharon L. Tesoriero

Jane Tucker and Rayburn Tucker

Michael C. Vessels and Tara Vessels

Michael T. Tessier ‘09

Anne V. Villere and St. Denis J. Villere, III ‘97

Carol A. Thaxton and James E. Thaxton

Denise Robertson Tuggle ‘58 and John B. Tuggle

Jo Ann Geurin Thetford ‘69, ‘70

Jeanne L. Tunks and Thomas W. Tunks

Anna Scott Vines ‘02 and Kane E. Vines

Mario R. Thiem ‘94

Chris C. Turner and Jess R. Turner

Lisa Vines and T. Lesley Vines, Jr.

Cynthia Thomas and Jonathan S. Thomas

Daniel A. Turner ’67 and Polly Turner

Cheri J. Vinzant and Larry Vinzant

David C. Thomas and Tina R. Thomas

David E. Turner, III ’64 and Joanne M. Turner

Sandra C. Virden and Walter Virden, III ’63

David S. Thomas, Jr. and Lucy A. Thomas

Gail O. Turner and R. Gerald Turner

James W. Vise ‘90 and Heather Shea Vise ‘89

Gail Griffin Thomas ’58 and Robert Hyer Thomas ’53, ’57

George Turner, II and Katherine McCoy Turner ‘88

Cheryl Westgard Vogel ’76 and Kevin Vogel

Guy R. Thomas ‘76 and Lyn Thomas

Jack E. Turner, II and Kelly D. Turner

Glenn B. Voss and Suzanne G. Voss

Jason N. Thomas ‘90, ‘94 and Michelle Vukasin Thomas ‘91

Jim L. Turner and Julie C. Turner

Gina K. Waco and R. Marc Waco ‘93

John L. Turner, Sr. ‘74 and Nancy T. Turner

Mary Dale Turner Thomas ‘55 and Patrick R. Thomas ‘55

Laura Hoskins Turner ‘88 and Roy G. Turner, III ‘88

Jane Sewell Wade ‘66 and Mickey M. Wade ‘64, ‘67

Billy D. Thomason, Jr. and Valerie Thomason

Richard C. Turner ‘82 and Sonja Cardenas Turner ‘82

John P. Studnicky ‘97 and Linda Studnicky Drew Bass Stull ’72 and John F. Stull Michael S. Stutts ‘81 Jennifer ‘86 and Mark ’87 Styslinger

Kathryn Surls and Lynn O. Surls ‘67, ‘72 Daniel F. Susie ‘72 and Sydney Susie Greg M. Swalwell ‘79 and Terry G. Connor Carolyn C. Swann and Stephen B. Swann ‘70 Marjorie E. Swann and William M. Tsutsui Donald A. Swanson, Jr. ’60 and Nancy Mock Swanson ’57 Charles D. Sweeney ’65 and Sherry Sweeney Lucy Ann H. Sweet and M. Allen Sweet ’70 Elizabeth Hebb-Sweney and Randolph P. Sweney ‘72 Bruce M. Swenson ’71 and Lindsley Swenson Jack E. Swindle ‘65, ‘67 and Libby Rogers Swindle ‘73 Carol Savage Swingle ’78, ’87 and Frank A. Swingle, Jr. ’76 Julie George Swope ‘98 and Pat Swope Daryl R. Sybert and Deborah A. Sybert

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John S. Trahan ‘83

Ashley Diehl Vann ‘93 and J. S. Vann Bill Vaughan and Nanette M. Vaughan Patricia A. Vaughan ‘64 Rosemary Haggar Vaughan ‘48

Betsy Vincent and K. Mark Vincent ’88, ’91

Karen Von Der Bruegge ‘75

A. Boyd Waggoner ’58, ’62 John Wagner ‘00 John A. Wagner


Shelby K. Wagner ‘94

Bernard L. Weinstein and Marcia K. Weinstein

Charlie Waid and Janet Waid

Margaret Weisbruch and W. Douglas Weisbruch ‘59

David C. Waldrep ‘70, ‘73, ‘93 and Kathryn Kimbrough Waldrep ‘72, ‘73

Diane Pou Wilcox ‘69, ‘72 and Donald E. Wilcox ‘68, ‘71

Adelaide Graves Wingert ‘61, ’67 and Warren S. Wingert ’61

Kern Wildenthal and Margaret Dehlinger Wildenthal ’78

Christopher D. Winters ‘78 and Marilyn M. Winters

Kevin P. Walgreen and Nadia P. Walgreen

Beverly Levine Weiser ‘07, ‘10 and Jeffrey M. Weiser

Brian H. Wildes ’72 and Marcella Wildes

Thomas A. Wirth and Wendy Stieren Wirth ‘82

Dorothy Wallace and Robert A. Wallace

Herbert D. Weitzman

Donna M. Wilhelm

Melissa Wise and Philip J. Wise ‘78, ‘81

Mary G. Wallace and Roger W. Wallace

Craig M. Welch and Robin T. Welch

Gary Wilhelmi

Anton H. Witte and Cathleen K. Witte

Rebecca Bowen Wallace ‘50

Debra Smith Welch ’75 and Gordon R. Welch, Jr. ’68

Sarah E. Wilke ‘04

Kent A. Wittman and Susan P. Wittman Monica L. Woeste and William F. Woeste, Jr.

Richard R. Welfelt and Suzy Smith Welfelt ‘78

David C. Wilkerson and Kimberly Ehresman Wilkerson ‘86

J. Rufus Wallingford ’65 and Katherine T. Wallingford

Mary Leslie S. Wells

Karl B. Willard ‘10

Daisy F. Wong ‘93

Grayson T. Wellsfry ‘11, ‘12

Don Woo and Nancy Woo

Don Wallunas and Julie Wallunas

Don E. Welsh ’78, ’82

Abby Sassenhagen Williams ‘94 and Todd A. Williams

James L. Walters and Tina Walters

Kelly Allen Welsh ‘78 and Kevin D. Welsh

Charles M. Wood and Jean A. Wood

Cynthia B. Ward and Paul J. Ward ’76

Nancy R. Welwood and Steven C. Welwood, Jr. ‘76

Alina Somodevilla Williams ‘09 and Jared R. Williams ‘09

Angela S. Wallander and William L. Wallander

Richard Ware ‘68 William J. Ware ‘01 Kim Wargo Cindy H. Warley and Paul P. Warley, Jr. Terry Warner ‘74 Gay S. Warren and Robert E. Warren, Jr. ‘64

Barbara Cook Wendland ’55, ’86 and Erroll Wendland ’50, ’51, the Joe B. and Louise P. Cook Foundation

Bobbie Sparks Williams and J.R. Williams

Ruth C. Hayes Wood ‘86

Brian M. Wertz ‘10 and Kristin Luttrell Wertz ‘10

Charles L. Williams and Sicily Sterling Williams ’59

Blair P. Woodall ’74 and Laura M. Woodall

Jane Allman Wetzel ’52

Christine K. Warsop and Thomas W. Warsop, III ‘88

Rick Weyrich ‘71

Heather H. Washburne and Ray W. Washburne ‘84 Deborah Waters and Geoffrey D. Waters ‘86 Jenger Hilgenfeld Waters ‘74 and Steven A. Waters ‘72 David Watkins Bertha M. Watson and Kimball S. Watson James F. Watson and Janice K. Watson Jim A. Watson ‘97 Kay Ellen Weber Watson ‘71 and Robert J. Watson ‘71 Robert L. G. Watson ‘72 Sandra B. Watson and Stephen B. Watson ‘76 Billie S. Watts and D. Wayne Watts ’80 Charles E. Watts ‘47 and Wanda Dodson Watts ‘47 Charles R. Watts ’75 Georgia K. Watts and Robert E. Watts Charles Wear and Janet Mitchell Wear ‘83 Gregory T. Webb ‘89 and Robin T. Webb James D. Webb, III ’52 and Joan Webb Andrea Parvin Weber ’00 and John R. Weber, Jr. ’98 Donna R. Weber and Garry A. Weber ’58 Linda M. Webster and Steven A. Webster Cynthia Z. Weed and Gary M. Weed ‘75

Peggy Whalen and Thomas A. Whalen, Jr. Charlotte Totebusch Whaley ’70, ’76 Russell H. Wheat ’60 Laura O. Wheless and William M. Wheless, III ‘71 David L. Whisenant ’71 and Paula Wisenbaker Whisenant ’71 Brenda Beach White ‘74 and Robert G. White, Jr. ‘74, ‘75 Carol F. White and W. Wayne White ’76 Charles E. White, III and Laurie-Leigh Nix White ‘07, ‘08 Duncan M. White ’85 and Kelley Walsh White ’86 J. Richard White ‘69, ‘70, ‘73, ‘77 and Johnelle White

Craig E. Williams, Sr. and Jamie Gilmer Williams ‘75, ‘92, ‘03

Cynthia Ramsay Woodall ‘71 and J. Kirk Woodall ‘70 Susie Frey Woodall ‘73 and William M. Woodall, III

J. Bowman Williams, Jr. ‘76 and Mary Alan Roberts Williams ‘75

Jack O. Woodworth, Jr. and Meredith Ellis Woodworth ‘73

James W. Williams, Jr. ‘78, ‘81

Robert A. Wooldridge ‘61 and Sharon Smith Wooldridge ‘64, ‘99

Joan L. Williams and Temple W. Williams, Jr. ‘55

Nancy Woolley

Judy Williams and Lon R. Williams, Jr. ‘70

Daniel A. Worrel ‘94 and Susan Allen Worrel ‘94

Myra Nicol Williams ‘63 and Van Zandt Williams, Jr.

Sharon Worrell and Terry N. Worrell

Tykeysha N. Williams ‘98

Clifford G. Wright ’81

Billie Ida Williamson ’74

Joyce Wright and Linus D. Wright

John D. Williamson, Jr. ‘55, ‘57 and Roberta Van Zandt Williamson ‘58

Kenneth C. Wright ‘82 and Shannan S. Wright

Jonathan T. Williamson and Shannon S. Williamson

Patricia B. Wright and W. Dan Wright ‘70

Edward Willig and Kristen Willig Barton P. Wilson ‘89 and Mary P. Wilson

Allison Wortley and Michael J. Wortley ‘98

Melanie L. Wright ‘71, ‘83 Richard H. Wright and Sherry Wright Jiang Wu ‘00 J. Leslie Wyatt, III and Jeanne C. Wyatt

James J. White, Jr. ’82 and Rebecca Ballard White ’82

Claude R. Wilson, Jr. ’54, ’56 and Emilynn Wilson

Leland B. White ‘72 and Monica Hillenbrand White ’87

Daniel Wilson

Evan A. Wyly and Kimberly J. Wyly

Diane Wilson

Lloyd W. Yancey and Stacia M. Yancey

Michael B. White, Sr. and Virgina B. White

Dorothy C. Wilson

Arby Yates and George M. Yates

Nathan E. White, Jr. ‘64, ‘72 and Wanda J. White

E. Justin Wilson, III and Julie F. Wilson

James F. Yeager ‘77 and Kelly Yeager

Frank A. Wilson and Myralee Wilson

Kay Prothro Yeager ‘61 and Frank J. Yeager

Douglas E. Whitley ‘71, ‘73 and Sherry Castle Whitley ‘71, ‘75

J. Scott Wilson ‘73, ‘75 and Susan Pittman Wilson ‘75

John M. Yeaman ‘00

Charles W. Whitten ’80 and Cheri Whitten

Jennifer Todd Wilson ‘73 and Newton W. Wilson, III ‘73

Gerry D. York ‘58 and Polly Mitchell York ‘95

James K. Wicklund ‘76 and Kaari-Ana M. Wicklund Elizabeth Sorsby Wiesner ‘50 and John W. Wiesner, Jr. ‘50 Kathryn Wiggans and Thomas G. Wiggans, II ‘76

Kim Wylie and Michael B. Wylie ‘91

Debra F. Yenne and Thomas R. Yenne ’74

Kathleen Patrick Wilson ‘85 and Larry D. Wilson

Barbara Doran Young ’76 and Stephen F. Young ’73

Leslie Zahn Wilson ’81 and Royce E. (Ed) Wilson

Carole S. Young and James F. Young

Robert A. Wilson ‘67 and Susan Cooper Wilson ‘67

Laura Koenig Young ‘80 and Michael C. Young

Robert E. Wilson ‘66, ‘69 and Sherry Boyett Wilson ‘68

Glenn A. Youngkin and Suzanne Schulze Youngkin ‘89

Robert S. Wilson ‘62

Anthony J. Zaccagnino and Lia S. Zaccagnino Esther E. Carrillo-Zaragoza and Miguel Zaragoza Craig E. Zieminski ‘05 and Kasi DeLa Porte Zieminski ‘06

Barbara Franklin Wiggins ’53 and Peter N. Wiggins, III ’53

Cyndi M. Weeks and Steve A. Weeks

Harvey W. Wiggins, Jr. ‘68 and Tracy Wiggins

Lawrence Wehlmann and Mary Wehlmann

Julie A. Wiksten ’78, ’92

Suzanne McGuire Wilson ‘98 and Travis D. Wilson ‘98

Gale T. Weidner, III ‘94

Ashlin T. Wilbanks and Wayne F. Wilbanks

Trisha Wilson

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Lee F. Wood, Jr.

Dwight F. Williams ’81

Margaret Weekley and Richard W. Weekley ‘67

Howard J. Weiner and Karen D. Weiner

Dorothy Stacy Wood ’55 and Thomas P. Wood

Jon M. Werthen, Sr. and Theda J. Werthen

Mike Warren ‘79

Evy Kay Washburne and Richards P. Washburne ‘75

David Wood Kathleen J. Wood and William M. Wood ‘75

James F. Warren ’76

Denni Davis Washburn ’71 and John H. Washburn ’71, ’74

Brady K. Wood ‘90 and Megan M. Wood

Annell Haughton Williams ‘76 and Kelly D. Williams ‘77

Mark M. Westerman ‘00, ‘02 and Tiffany Alexander Westerman ‘98

Mandy Warthan ‘97

Amy Miller Williams ’91 and Christopher T. Williams ’92

Lois Wolf

J. David Wimberly ‘55

Lisa P. Young

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B.J. Zimmerman ’54 and Patsy C. Zimmerman Nancy Campbell Zivley ‘54 and Walter P. Zivley ‘53, ‘55 Jack L. Zogg ‘73 and Nancy Zogg M. Catherine Zollars Ph.D. and Robert L. Zollars ‘72 Adine Bagheri Zornow ‘02 and Joseph W. Zornow David M. Zurn Geraldine D. Zurn and James A. Zurn Mark Zvonkovic ‘77 and Nancy Davis Zvonkovic ‘77

For more information about President’s Associates, please visit smu.edu/pa.

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CORPORATIONS, FOUNDATIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS SMU gratefully acknowledges the support of corporations, foundations and organizations that made contributions and matching gifts to the University during 2012­–13. The following institutions contributed $1,000 or more during the period June 1, 2012 – May 31, 2013.

Anonymous Donors

Paige R. Baten-Locke Designs Baumeister & Samuels, P. C.

CenterPoint Energy - Educational Matching Gift Program

Dallas Music Teachers Association

7-Eleven, Inc. ACIG Insurance Company

Baylor Health Care System

CenterPoint Ventures Company, LLC

Dallas Social Venture Partners

Don Addington Investments

Bays Exploration, Inc.

CFP Foundation

Dallas Women’s Foundation

Adler Murphy & McQuillen LLP

BB&T Corporation

CFP Revocable Trust

Evelyn M. Davies Foundation Trust

Adleta Corporation

Philip Theodore Bee Charitable Trust

Chesapeake Energy Corporation

The Dedman Foundation

AdvoCare International, LP

The Belo Foundation

Chesapeake Operating, Inc.

Andrew Delaney Foundation

Aetna Foundation, Inc.

Ben E. Keith Company

Chevron Humankind Matching Gift Program

Dell Giving

Agrium Advanced Technologies (U.S.) Inc.

Betty Bradley Gifts

Chicago Title Insurance Company

Deloitte Foundation

Agrium U.S. Inc.

The Cash and Lou Birdwell Living Trust

Clements Foundation

Deloitte LLP

AIG Matching Grants Program

BKD LLP

The Clifton Foundation

Deloitte Services LP

Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

Blade Energy Partners

CMGRP, Inc.

The Denver Foundation

The Mark Allen Fund of the Allen Family Charitable Foundation

Blue Skies Strategic Consulting, LLC

Coastal Bend Community Foundation

Devon Energy Corporation

Blue Star Operations Services LLC - DCFC

DFI Management, Ltd.

Allman and Company

Daniel D. Boeckman Investments

Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina

Altec/Styslinger Foundation

The Boeing Company Gift Match Program

American Airlines Center

Aurora S. Bolin Revocable Trust

American Airlines, Inc.

Bonadelle Homes, Inc.

American Airlines Political Action Committee

The Boone Family Foundation

American Endowment Foundation

Boshell Foundation

AMR/American Airlines, Inc.

Bracewell & Giuliani LLP

AmWINS Brokerage of Texas, Inc.

Bray Family Trust

Anderson, Smyer, Riddle & Kuehler, L.L.P.

Weldon Brigance Scholarship Trust

Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors Foundation

Brinkman Financial Company, L.P.

Dallas Series of Lockton Companies, LLC

The Cobb Family Foundation, Inc.

DFW Chapter Risk & Insurance Management Society

Calvert K. Collins Family Foundation, Inc.

Dillard’s, Inc.

Columbus Realty Partners, Ltd.

Docepsilon LLC

Combined Jewish Philanthropies

Dodson & Associates Inc

Comerica Incorporated

Donnell Foundation

Commit!

The Edward & Rose Donnell Foundation

Communities Foundation of Oklahoma

Drewry Communications

Communities Foundation of Texas

DRH Data Services, Inc.

Community Foundation of Greater Memphis

The Duda Family Foundation

The Community Foundation of Louisville, Inc.

Ralph J. Duffie, Inc.

Community Foundation of North Texas

Dupree/Miller & Associates

Andrews Distributing Company of North Texas, LLC

Brown, Dean, Wiseman, Proctor, Hart & Howell, LLP

Andrews Kurth LLP

Buckley Law Group, P.A.

Concero Global, Inc.

Steven H. Durham Family Foundation

The Apartment Group Inc.

John Burns Construction

Contran Corporation

Apple Matching Gifts Program

James & Deborah Burrows Foundation

Joe & Louise Cook Foundation

Dysart Taylor Cotter McMonigle & Montemore, P.C.

William E. Armentrout Foundation

Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation

Edward A. Copley Community Property

Eagle Oil & Gas Co.

The Armstrong Foundation

The Cain Foundation

The Earthman Foundation

Truman and Anita Arnold Foundation

California Community Foundation

Council on American Islamic Relations, DFW Chapter Berry R. Cox Family Foundation

The Echo Foundation

The Chandler Cox Foundation

Embrey Family Foundation

Ed Cox Foundation

Encana Cares (USA) Foundation

Edwin L. Cox Revocable Trust

EOG Resources, Inc.

Association of Securities and Exchange Commission Alumni, Inc. AT&T Corp.

Calpine Corporation Campisi’s Restaurant

East Texas Communities Foundation

AT&T Foundation

Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation

AT&T Inc.

Capital One N.A.

Coyote Theatres LLC

Erie Community Foundation

Austin Community Foundation

Cardinal Capital Partners, Inc.

The Crain Foundation

Ernst & Young Foundation

The Ayco Charitable Foundation

The Carlyle Group LP

The Cramblit Family Foundation

Ernst & Young LLP

B.C. Williams Bakery Service, Inc.

Crow Holdings, L.L.C.

Etheridge Printing Company

Bacon Charitable Corp

Carrington, Coleman, Sloman & Blumenthal, L.L.P.

David M. Crowley Foundation

Exxon Mobil Corporation

Baker Botts LLP

Carstens & Cahoon, LLP

Cruz Alta Plaza L.P.

ExxonMobil Foundation

Bank of America Foundation

W.W. Caruth, Jr. Foundation Fund

Addison W. and Louise Cutter Trust No. Two

Faith Communities Coalition of Dallas, Inc.

Bank of America, NA

Cash America International, Inc.

Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Society, Inc.

The Farley Family Fund

Bank of Oklahoma Foundation

Baron and Darlene Cass Family Foundation

Dallas Bar Association Computer Law Section

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

Bank of Oklahoma, N.A.

Caswell Brothers Oil Company

Dallas Bar Foundation

Stanford C. and Mary Clare Finney Foundation

Bank of Texas, N.A.

Caterpillar Foundation

Dallas Chapter of CPCU

First Private Bank of Texas

Banowsky & Levine, P.C.

The Catholic Foundation

The Dallas Foundation

First United Methodist Church of Corpus Christi

Barachel Foundation, Inc.

CCW Trust Limited

Dallas Hispanic Bar Association

First United Methodist Church of Denton

Barksdale-Bradford Properties, LLC

CDJ Family Investment LTD

Dallas Jewish Community Foundation

First United Methodist Church of Fort Worth

The Barnabas Faith Foundation

Cencor Realty Services, Inc.

Dallas Lawyers Auxiliary Foundation

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First United Methodist Church of Palo Alto

Highland Park United Methodist Church 2X2 Class

KidLinks Foundation

The Sterling McCall Family Foundation

FlexPress Digital

Ann M. Kilpatrick Revocable Living Trust

Sollie & Lilla McCreless Foundation

Fluor Corporation

Hilton Dallas / Park Cities

Kimberly Clark Foundation

John R. McCune Charitable Trust

Folsom Charitable Foundation, Inc.

The Hockaday School

Suzanne K. Kintzele Revocable Trust

The Eugene McDermott Foundation

Folsom Companies, Inc.

The Homan Foundation

The McGee Foundation

Folsom Properties, Inc.

Hrubetz Oil Company

Kleinheinz Family Endowment for the Arts and Education

Fondren Foundation

M.R. and Evelyn Hudson Foundation

Charles G. Koch Foundation

McKool Smith PC

The Gerald J. Ford Family Foundation

Hughes Investments, Inc.

Charles Koch Institute

McLamore Family Foundation, Inc.

The Gerald J. Ford Family Support Foundation, Inc.

Huitt-Zollars, Inc.

The Koepfgen Foundation

Meadows Foundation, Inc.

Humana Inc.

John C. Kohl, Jr. Living Trust

Mendoza Family Trust

Fossil Creek Resources, LLC

Hunt Consolidated, Inc.

Kona Distributing Company, LLC

Merriman Foundation

Foundation for the Carolinas

The Nancy Ann & Ray L. Hunt Foundation

Harlan and Amy Korenvaes Family Foundation

Merrymac-McKinley Foundation, Inc.

W. H. Francis Foundation

Richard Hunt & Joan Hunt Living Trust

KPMG Foundation

Microsoft Matching Gifts Program

The Freeman Foundation

Hunt Sports Group, LLC

KPMG L.L.P.

Henry S. Miller Companies

Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Foundation

Hunter Family Foundation

Kreindler & Kreindler LLP

The David B. Miller Family Foundation

Hunter’s Glen/Ford, Ltd.

Samuel H. Kress Foundation

Jack L. Freudenfeld, Jr. D.D.S.

MillicanSolutions, Inc.

Ed E. and Gladys Hurley Foundation

The Anna Belle Kritser II Foundation

Fulbright & Jaworski, L.L.P.

Mills Meyers Swartling

Hutchinson Community Foundation

KSWO Television Co., Inc.

Gaia Vision Partners Ltd

Mississippi State University Foundation

IBM Corporation Matching Grants Program

L&B Realty Advisors LLP

Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP

Missouri United Methodist Foundation

ICC Energy Corporation

L-3 Communications Integrated Systems L.P.

The Gardner Group

Mistler Family Foundation

India Association of North Texas

Latham & Watkins LLP

Gartner, Inc.

William A. & Elizabeth B. Moncrief Foundation

Indianapolis Colts, Inc.

Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association

GE Foundation

Monning & Wynne, LLP

Industry Petroleum

Lea Charitable Trust

General Board of Church and Society of The United Methodist Church

The Moody Foundation

Ingersoll-Rand Charitable Foundation

Legends

Robert L Moody Foundation

InnerGeo, LLC

The Leisy Brewing Company

James D. & Cathryn M. Moore Foundation

Insurance Council of Texas Education Fund

Dorothea Leonhardt Fund

Morgan Stanley

Intel Corporation

Lightner Sams Foundation, Inc.

Morrison & Foerster LLP

Interceramic, Inc.

Lincoln Financial Foundation, Inc.

Munck Wilson Mandala, LLP

International Aviation Womens Association

Lincoln Property Company

Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP

Intuit Foundation

Litigation Analytics, Inc.

Murphy Oil Corporation

ISN Charitable Giving Fund

Locke Lord LLP

Murray, Morin & Herman, P.A.

J. C. Penney Company, Inc.

Muslim Legal Fund of America, Inc.

Jackson Walker, LLP

Lockheed Martin Corp., Missiles & Fire Control

Jake E’s Riding Round Up

Lockheed Martin Foundation

The Lee and Joseph D. Jamail Foundation

Longview Foundation, Inc.

John M. Myers - State Farm Insurance Companies

Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund

Raymond James Charitable Endowment Fund

Low T Center LLC

Nardis Investment Co.

GolinHarris

Jamieson Manufacturing Company

The Loyd Charitable Foundation

National Christian Foundation - Tampa Bay

Grable Ranch Co LLC

Janet Kafka & Associates

National Philanthropic Trust

Jean Lykes Grace Foundation

J-BJ

The Edward A & Catherine L Lozick Foundation

Great Western Distributing Co.

JCPenney Company Fund, Inc.

Greater Houston Community Foundation

JD Fields & Company, Inc.

Greater Kansas City Community Foundation

John Deere Foundation

GSSW-REO Briarwood, LP

John L. Wortham & Son, L.P.

The Robert A. and Marianne S. Gwinn Family Foundation

Johnson & Johnson

J. M. Haggar, Jr. Family Foundation

Violet M. Johnson Family Foundation

Albert H. Halff Revocable Trust Lenore K. Hall Trust

Willard M. and Ruth Mayer Johnson Charitable Foundation

Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.

Jones Day

The Ray H. Marr Foundation

Halliburton Foundation, Inc.

Gene and Jerry Jones Family Dallas Cowboys Charities

Marriott Fund for Southern Methodist University of The Columbus Foundation

June Jones Foundation

Tom and Charlene Marsh Family Foundation

Montfort Jones and Allie Brown Jones Foundation

Martinez Partners LLP

Philip R. Jonsson Foundation

MATPHYS LLC

Jordan Family Trust A.

Mattei Foundation

JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA

Philip G Mavon Jr Rev Trust

K&L Gates LLP

Maxor National Pharmacy Services Corp.

Kane, Russell, Coleman & Logan, P.C.

Maxwell Family Partnership LP

Karren Investment Company

The Mays Family Foundation

General Board of Discipleship General Board of Global Ministries of the UMC The General Counsel Forum Genesco Sports Enterprises, Inc. Gibbs & Bruns LLP Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP Globe Foundation Godwin Lewis PC Goldman, Sachs & Co. Matching Gift Program

The Hammack Family Foundation Hammack Oil Company Hatstand US Inc Haynes and Boone, LLP Hegi Family Foundation The Helmle Shaw Foundation Heyco Energy Group Inc Highland Park UMC Discovery Class

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The Tom & Edwina Johnson Foundation

Henry Luce Foundation Chauncey F. Lufkin, III Foundation Lynxette Exploration, LLC M Crowd Restaurant Group, Inc. Earle I. Mack Foundation, Inc. Magee Christian Education Foundation Maguire Oil Company Paul Marciano Foundation Marjorie A. Adams & Associates, Inc.

Elvis and Joan Mason Family Trust

McKiernan Family Foundation

Mutual of Omaha Bank

National Retail Federation Nationwide Insurance Foundation Network for Good Neupert Family Foundation The New Media Consortium The New York Community Trust Nintendo of America Inc. NJR Foundation The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc. North Dallas Chamber of Commerce North Texas Public Broadcasting, Inc. Northmarq Capital, LLC Occidental Petroleum Corporation O’Donnell Foundation Omaha Community Foundation O’Meara Family Trust Oncor Electric Delivery Holdings Company LLC The One Club Oneiros Inc Dian Graves Owen Foundation Ozona Westex, Inc.


The P&G Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Renaissance Charitable Foundation Inc.

State Bar of Texas

RGT Capital Management LTD

State Bar of Texas Health Law Section

PAJ, Inc. DBA Prime Art & Jewel

Richards, Baker and Ridlehuber, LLC

State Farm Insurance Companies

P.J. Mechanical Corp.

The Richards Group, Inc.

The Staubach Family Foundation

Pape-Dawson Engineers

Richey Properties, Inc.

Stephens Inc.

Park Cities Baptist Church

Evalyn Elizabeth Cook Richter Memorial Fund

Jess L. and Miriam B. Stevens Foundation

Parliament Group, Inc. Parrish-Hare LP

Paul K. Richter Memorial Fund

Stites & Harbison, PLLC

Patton Boggs LLP

The Riehm Family Foundation, Inc.

Storey Real Estate, Inc.

Paulson Communications Strategies

Robert Hughes Associates, Inc.

Structured Annuities, Inc.

Pearson Partners International

Ed and Margaret Roberts Foundation

The Struthoff Company, Inc.

PepsiCo Foundation, Inc.

Summerfield G. Roberts Foundation

Study.Net Corporation

PepsiCo, Inc.

Rose-Walker, L.L.P.

The Summerlee Foundation

PerkinElmer Foundation

Rosewood Corporate Administration, Inc.

Hatton W. Sumners Foundation, Inc.

Perkins-Prothro Foundation

The Rosewood Corporation

Swagit Productions, LLC

Perot Foundation

The Rosewood Foundation

Swingle, Collins & Associates

The Sarah and Ross Perot, Jr. Foundation

James A. Rothstein Trust

Systemware, Inc.

Petkoff and Feigelson

Rowling Foundation

TACA, Inc.

Phi Gamma Delta

Rusty Hardin & Associates LLP

Tarrytown United Methodist Church

Loyd Phillips Charitable Trust

SAE Housing Corporation SMU

TEAK Midstream LLC

The PIMCO Foundation

Safeway, Inc.

Tech Wildcatters LLC

The Pinnell Foundation

Tejas Securities Group Inc

Pino’s Pizza Al Centro

Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church

Pioneer Natural Resources USA, Inc.

San Antonio Area Foundation

Pitts Oil Company, LLC

Santa Fe Joint Venture

PKD Trust

Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission

The Richard and Mary Templeton Foundation

Plains Exploration & Production Company

Catherine Marie Schmoker Family Foundation

Tenet Healthcare Corporation

Plains Marketing, L.P. PlainsCapital Bank Plantronics, Inc. PMC Esping Foundation Prattco International LP Prestonwood Golf Club Corporation The T. Rowe Price Program for Charitable Giving PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP PricewaterhouseCoopers Matching Gift Program

Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP Schwab Charitable Fund The Gay D. and William F. Scott Family Foundation Richard L. & F. Annette Scott Foundation The Serafy Foundation Sewell Infiniti Ruth C. & Charles S. Sharp Foundation, Inc. Charles S. Sharp, Jr. Trust Shell Oil Company

Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP

Tejon Energy, LP Telios Corporation

Mike and Mary Terry Family Foundation Tesoriero Family Trust Texas Bluebonnet Holdings, Inc. Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church

Verizon Foundation Verizon PAC Viad Corp Vinson & Elkins LLP Visa Inc. Visa Inc. PAC The Ware Foundation Richard W. Weekley dba Weekley Properties Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP The Weitzman Group Wells Fargo Bank, NA Wells Fargo Foundation Educational Matching Gift Program Westdale Asset Management, Ltd Western Extrusions Inc. Jane A. Wetzel Trust Michael B. White Foundation White Management Services LLC Wichita Falls Area Community Foundation John Wiesner, Inc. The Wilhelm Family Philanthropy Fund The Willits Foundation

Windgate Charitable Foundation

Texas Methodist Foundation

Winstead, PC

Texas Taxpayers and Research Association

Watson W. Wise Foundation

Texas United Methodist College Association

World Edge, LLC

Thagard Foundation

WUG Grantor Trusts 2000

Gillis Thomas Company

Xtendwave

Thompson & Knight Foundation

Abe Zale Foundation

Thompson & Knight L.L.P.

Zelle Hoffman Voelbel & Mason LLP Robert E Zetzmann Family Foundation

Smith & Moore PLLC

QS Holdings, Inc

Dr. Bob & Jean Smith Foundation

Quicksilver Resources Inc.

SmithAmundsen LLC

William S & Blair Y Thompson Family Foundation

Raffkind’s

SMU Dads’ Club

Thomson Reuters - My Community Program

The Ragsdale Foundation

SMU Mothers’ Club

Jack Threadgill Trust

Raytheon Company

SNR Denton US LLP

Tolleson Family Foundation

Raytheon Matching Gifts for Education Program

Society of Petroleum Engineers of AIME

Toot ‘n Totum

South Central Sales and Associates LP

Real Time Resolutions, Inc.

Townsend Family Foundations, Ltd.

Southwest Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church

Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc.

Red Mountain Resources

Southwestern Graduate School of Banking Foundation

Trinity Industries, Inc.

Reeder Acquisition Partners, LP

Southwestern Medical Foundation

Rees-Jones Foundation

The Abbott and Leslie Sprague Family Foundation

† Deceased

Veritex Community Bank

Texas Instruments Incorporated

PW Power Systems

Reid Family Foundation

Vendere Partners, Ltd

Kemmons Wilson Family Foundation

Slack & Davis, L.L.P.

Regions Financial Corporation Foundation

Rosemary Haggar Vaughan Family Foundation

Wilson Associates

Vin and Caren Prothro Foundation

Regions Bank

Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program

Texas Instruments Foundation

Harold Simmons Foundation, Inc.

Reeves Family Revocable Trust

Van Katwijk Club

Wilmes Superstore

Caren H. Prothro Charitable Lead Annuity Trust

Red Bayou United Methodist Church

Valley House Gallery, Inc.

Texas Health Resources Inc.

Shepherd Foundation, Inc.

Reaud Charitable Foundation Inc.

Underwood, Wilson, Berry, Stein & Johnson, P.C.

Texas Foundation for Higher Education

Princeton Area Community Foundation

Julie and Brian Simmons Foundation

UMC General Board of Higher Education & Ministry

Tradition Senior Living, LP The Stanley M Truhlsen Family Foundation Inc. TRUiST Trust 12

Law Office of Joe H. Staley, Jr. P.C.

Turner Construction Company of Texas, Inc.

Stanley Korshak, L.P.

U.S. Risk

Stanton Chase International

U.S. Steel Tubular Products, Inc. UBS SMU 2012–13 ANNUAL REPORT

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H i l ltop S ociety Hilltop Society recognizes donors who make gifts and pledge payments in consecutive fiscal years. Members of Hilltop Society listed below have contributed for at least 10 years, including during the period June 1, 2012 – May 31, 2013. For a list of Hilltop Society members who have contributed for five years or more, including in 2012­­­–13, please visit smu.edu/hilltop.

20 + Years The following individuals have given at least 20 consecutive years to SMU. Anonymous Donors Barbara S. Aaron and Dan D. Aaron ‘73 Ann Abbas Becky P. Abbott and C. Thomas Abbott ‘63 Lynn Ferguson Abbott ’68 and Robert L. Abbott ’68, ’72

Mary Ann Tucker Barker ’77 and William E. Barker

Marla Hays Boone ‘68 and Michael M. Boone ‘63, ‘67

Bonnie N. Case and Thomas L. Case

Lucy Bryan Barlow ‘61 and Samuel S. Barlow, Jr. ‘60

Sam B. Bournias ’69 and Billie M. Sneed

Brooke Gordon Cato ’70 and George D. Cato

Deborah Bowles and Gerald L. Bowles ’71

Dr. and Mrs. Harry R. Barnard ‘69

Richard D. Cato ‘87 and Rosemary A. Cato

Emma Jo Boyd and Ralph L. Boyd

Arthur Z. Barnes, Jr. ’55, ’63

Eugenio Cazorla ‘59, ‘62 and Hazel Cazorla

Lisa Boyer and R. Terry Boyer ‘88

Randi Scheel Barnes ‘76 and Shepard E. Barnes ‘76

Jack P. Cecil ‘64 and Lylene Brown Cecil ‘66

Helen M. Boyle and Robert B. Boyle ‘51, ‘54

Robert V. Cecil ‘62 and Sandra Garland Cecil ‘64

Stephen D. Barnicoat and Susan Becka Barnicoat ’89 L. Donald Barr ’63 and Martha F. Barr

Frank J. Bradley, Jr. ‘50 and Joanne Peak Bradley ‘54

Martha Chawner ‘75

Etta J. Brand ‘56

Bruce N. Cheatham ‘49 and Janet Cheatham John B. Cheatham, Jr. ‘48, ‘53

Kathy E. Barry and Thomas E. Barry

Kelly W. Adams and Gregory A. Brown ‘90, ‘02

William F. Barstow and Laurie C. Shulman

Paul S. Adams, Jr. ’52 and Susan Biggers Adams ’55

Debbie D. Branson and Frank L. Branson ’69, ’74

Diana L. Bartley ’85 and Rosemary L. Hannigan

Caroline B. Brettell and Richard R. Brettell

Beth M. Adler ‘78, ‘86 and John Adler

Deborah P. Barton and Thomas R. Barton ’78

Jackie Poe Akin ‘87 and Raymond L. Akin, Jr. ‘71, ‘72

Catherine Burch Bass ’57

Robert J. Akins ‘51 and Virginia Klinke Akins ‘51 Karen B. Alberthal and Lester M. Alberthal, Jr. Dana G. Albright and John E. Albright ’58, ’82 George B. Alden ‘50 Joseph L. Allen and Mary D. Allen Kenneth Z. Altshuler and Ruth Collins Sharp Altshuler ‘48 A. Lewis Amos, Jr. and Kimberly A. Head Amos ’94

Edith E. Beach and Paul R. Beach ’48, ’49 Anne White Beall ’92 and James F. Beall Patricia Smith Beall ’56 Cheryl A. Beaudine and Robert E. Beaudine ’77 Jack D. Beavert ‘67 and Jeanie Beavert David J. Becker ’85 and Lynne H. Becker James H. Belcher ‘83 Mary H. Benavides and Rudolph Benavides ‘59

Betty Williams Anderson ’55 and E. Karl Anderson ’53, ’60

Carolyn Jensen Bender ’81 and Robert G. Bender ’81

Charles A. Anderson ‘83, ‘84 and Kimberly Chaplain Anderson ‘85

Joseph L. Benham ’56 and Verna H. Benham

Wesley J. Arington, Sr. ‘59

Don R. Benton ’74 and Rose Marie Bentsen Benton ’51

Charlie B. Arnold ’58 and Kathleen W. Arnold

Marellen Benson and T. Theo Benson ‘60

J. D. Chalk, III and Sarah S. Chalk

Peggy Braecklein

John L. Adams and Suzanne L. Adams

John R. Bauer ‘66 and Kathaleen K. Bauer

A. Baron Cass, III ’66 and Darlene G. Cass

Alan L. Brodsky ’63

Andrew H. Chen and Elaine T. Chen Barton O. Childre ‘57

Alan R. Bromberg and Anne R. Bromberg

Carol Waggett Childs ’78 and James E. Childs, Jr. ’76

James E. Brooks

Josephine D. Choate and Mark P. Choate ‘79

Anne B. Brown and Melville M. Brown, Jr. ’65

Joan Peterson Choyce ‘90 and Russ Choyce

Bill H. Brown ‘64

Betty Lu Fletcher Chupik ’60 and E. J. Chupik

Donald R. Brown ‘47, ‘66 Joe B. Brown, Jr. ‘51, ‘54 and Nell M. Brown Guston H. Browning ‘53 and Jacquelyn Odom Browning ‘53

Mary Dupy Church ‘86 and William H. Church, Jr. ‘88 Beth Bell Clark ’71 and Darryl R. Clark

Karon S. Brubaker and Peter D. Brubaker ‘74

Gail Beasley Clark ‘68 and Robert H. Clark ‘68

Corinne Bryan and William J. Bryan, III ‘77, ‘86

Kathy Vernon Clark ‘61 and Stanley P. Clark

Frankie E. Bryan

Carol Strain Clemons ‘75 and David J. Clemons ‘75

Robert C. Bryan ‘41 Bob E. Buddendorf ’59, ’61 and Susan S. Buddendorf

Ann Cook Cole ’63

John R. Bugh ‘79, ‘80 and Susan Gray Bugh ‘80

Glynn C. Collins ’49 and Nelda Collins

Floyd T. Burke ‘67 and Johnetta Alexander Burke ‘68

Steve M. Collins and Toni Palmer Collins ’88

R. Gregory Burns ‘81 and Suzy C. Burns

Gus Comiskey, Jr. ‘62 and Karen Comiskey

Deborah A. Butler ’71

David B. Conway ’79 and Kathryn W. Conway

Susan G. Byerley and William M. Byerley ‘75, ‘76

Anne Fletcher Conwell ’80 and Melvin D. Conwell

Donn R. Byrne ’62 and V. Anne Hine Byrne

Mary M. Cook

Gregory L. Cain ‘75, ‘81, ‘88

Scottie Fillebrown Coombs ’82 and William H. Coombs

Heather L. Collier and John H. Collier ‘69

Alessandra Comini

Jerry W. Ashby ’74 and Sharon S. Ashby

Lou Ann Diekemper Bergstein ’78 and Pieter Arie Bergstein

Edna Ashmore and Frank J. Ashmore ‘60

M. Mouzon Biggs, Jr. ‘65 and Gayle P. Biggs

Charles S. Atkinson ’48 and Ella R. Atkinson

J. Chris Bird ‘70 and Patricia Bird

Marilyn Hussman Augur ‘89

Cash D. Birdwell ’78 and Lou Beth Birdwell

Betty Buchanan Bacon ’51 and Richard F. Bacon ’50

Kristine Kater Birney ‘90 and Paul C. Birney ‘91 Gene H. Bishop and Kathy S. Bishop

Nancy Baker Calhoun ‘83 and Tom G. Calhoun, II

Mitchell Baddour, Jr. ‘74, ‘77 and Sharon Shute Baddour ‘74

Angela H. Bizot and Christopher E. Bizot ’82

R. W. Calloway ’55 (B.B.A.), ’58 (J.D.)

Susan Smith Cooper ‘62 and William R. Cooper ‘58

David D. Blackwell ’63 and Marianne Blackwell

Bill C. Campbell ‘74 and Virginia M. Campbell

Connie Copley and Edward A. Copley, Jr. ‘57, ‘60

Georgene S. Bleuler and Jack H. Bleuler ‘48

Peyton L. Campbell, III ‘62 and Vicki L. Campbell

Dennis D. Cordell

Norman P. Bagwell ’85 and Robin Bradshaw Bagwell ’85 Boyd V. Baker ‘50, ‘61 and Emily R. Baker

Elizabeth M. Boeckman

Marie G. Baldwin

Elizabeth G. Boeing ‘79 and William L. Boeing ‘80

Carol Caraway and James J. Caraway ‘51

Rufus P. Cormier, Jr. ‘70 and Yvonne Clement Cormier ‘70

Patricia M. Carlson and Thomas C. Carlson ’54

Raymond E. Cotnoir ‘58 and Sybil A. Cotnoir

David B. Bogard ’59 and Nicole M. Keesee-Bogard

Carl L. Carpenter, Jr. ’49

Edward O. Coultas ’68, ’74 and Wanda Viebig Coultas ’69

Janice Paul Baptiste ’85 and Perry Baptiste

Chester M. Bonar and Eunice Flickinger Bonar ’86

Dorel P. Carter and John L. Carter ’70, ’73 Tom B. Carter ‘79

Evelyn Cox

Al R. Barbosa ’51

Mr. Bill Bond ‘79

Mary Johnson Caruthers ‘67 and Michael O. Caruthers ‘67

Glenn A. Cox, Jr. ‘51 and Veronica Martin Cox ‘51

C. Fred Ball, Jr. ’66, ’68 and Charlotte Layl Ball ’69 Sue Hardy Balthrope ’61 and William D. Balthrope ’61

Howard J. Cox ’49

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Martin S. Cox ‘75, ‘78

Ann Fekety ’63

Jarrold A. Glazer ’71

James E. Hardy and Marcia Armstrong Hardy ‘89

Janice K. Coyle and John W. Coyle, Jr. ’53

Alan D. Feld ’57, ’60 and Anne S. Feld

Jimmy F. Crawford ’78 and Sally Farmer Crawford ’77

Mildred M. Feller and Verlon E. Feller ‘52

David W. Gleeson ‘65 and Sharon Knowles Gleeson ‘68, ‘69

Howell D. Harralson ‘68 and Nancy Houseman Harralson ‘68

John Crawford ‘54

Sandra L. Fennema ’68

Floylee Hunter Goldberger ‘44 and Joseph H. Goldberger

Elizabeth Deats Harris ‘49 and William M. Harris ‘46, ‘49

Charles Crow ’55

Kenneth C. Fernandez ‘88 and Lauri Fernandez

Juanita C. Gomez and Roberto L. Gomez ‘89

Morton M. Harris ‘51 and Natalie S. Harris

Dianne Diez Goode ’76 and Mark G. Goode, III

David E. Harrison ’61 and Gay Sanders Harrison ’61

Kathryn Clarke Crow ‘82 and Michael L. Crow ‘82 G. Mark Cullum ‘69 and Sally Grayson Cullum ‘79 Betty J. Cummings and Kermit C. Cummings, Jr. ’55 David B. Curran, Jr. ’81 and Nancy N. Curran Frederick G. Currey, Sr. and Marjorie Lucas Currey ‘55 Brian P. Curtiss ’78 and Susan Harris Curtiss ’78 Carol Dalby and John L. Dalby ’75

Cirila F. Fellows and Ralph H. Fellows, Jr. ’51

Robert A. Ferree, Jr. ‘68 Robert W. Fischer ‘78 J. C. Fishbeck, Jr. ‘66 Katherine Fleming and Richard L. Fleming ‘70, ‘80 Ann Messersmith Fletcher ‘57 and R. Rolph Fletcher ‘79 Ellen Hunt Flowers ‘74 and Paul W. Flowers ‘74 Gayle D. Fogelson ‘57

Evelyn Daniels and Jack K. Daniels ‘56, ‘59, ‘67

Margaret Dalton Folsom ‘49 and Robert S. Folsom ‘49

Howard L. Daughenbaugh, Jr. ‘58 and Judith Lacy Daughenbaugh ‘56

R. Steve Folsom ‘81 and Sharon Folsom

Frann Davis and Jack H. Davis ‘64, ‘66 Kathleen Holt Davis ‘66 and Stephen F. Davis ‘65, ‘66 Ronald P. Day ’75, ’76 Nancy McMillan Dedman ’50 James L. Deem ’73, ’77 and Katharine Wilson Deem ’73 F. Matt Delany ‘54 Darleene White DeLee ’53 John Dewald and Susan Krauss Dewald ‘58 Henry A. Dihm, Jr. ‘48 and Vonda F. Dihm James C. Ditto ‘57 and Lois A. Ditto Dennis O. Dixon ’66, ’68 Betty O. Doke and Marshall J. Doke, Jr. ’59

C. Craig Folson ‘66, ‘69 Ann Jacobus Folz ’50

Carolyn Voigts Goodwin ’68 and Michael K. Goodwin ’67, ’71 James P. Goodwin ’79, ’85 Coleen M. Gorman and Joseph T. Gorman, Jr. ’78, ’81

Brent Harshman ’73 and Letha L. Harshman

Ashley N. Gotovac and Robert Gotovac, Jr. ’85

Jay D. Hartnett ’90

James P. Graham ‘70 and Pamela Loaring-Clark Graham ‘72

William S. Harwell, Jr. ‘73 and Sara Rider

Joseph (Jody) M. Grant ‘60 and Sheila Peterson Grant

Margaret S. Haynes and C. Michael Haynes ’62

David A. Gravelle ’69, ’71 and Linda Lapp Gravelle ’69, ’79 Priscilla Davis Gravely ‘63 and Warren L. Gravely, Jr. ‘63

Nancy M. Fomby and Thomas B. Fomby

Cynthia Blanton Graves ’70, ’71 and Gregg C. Graves

Herschel V. Forester ‘52

Debra J. Green and Eric C. Green ’76

Don L. Forsman ’53 and Ruby N. Forsman

Dianne Warren Green ’70 and William L. Green ’69, ’72

Louis M. Fouts, III ’66 and Norma Friou Fouts ’66, ’70 Charlene S. Fowler and Dennis C. Fowler ’00 J. Andrew Fowler ‘63, ‘64, ‘76 and Monina C. Fowler

Juli Callan Harrison ‘70, ‘72 and Robert D. Harrison ‘70, ‘73

Frances Henson Green ‘65 and Larry W. Green John R. Greenstreet ‘51, ‘52, ‘61 and Mildred Alexander Greenstreet ‘51

Linda W. Hart ’65 and Milledge A. Hart, III

K. Jeffrey Hayes ’83 and Paula White Hayes ’84 Sally Evans Hayward ’70, ’74 and William D. Hayward ’70, ’74 Michael V. Hazel ‘70 Hetta Shell Heath ‘62 and Jesse B. Heath, Jr. ‘63, ‘66 Barbara Hecker and John Z. Hecker ‘79 Frederick B. Hegi, Jr. ’66 and Jan Vestal Hegi ’66 G. Ken Hempel ‘56 and Ruth Hempel Janie H. Henderson and Walter T. Henderson ‘60, ‘62 Michele Woodward Henderson ‘74 and Robert E. Henderson ‘74 Don Hendrix ’50 and Mary Hendrix

Robert E. Fowler

Robert B. Greenwood ‘67 and Sharon L. Greenwood

June Moore Francis ‘58 and Louis D. Francis ‘57

Barbara Gregory and Keith Gregory

Jay H. Herdling ‘56 and Joan M. Herdling

Melissa Franklin and Melvin R. Franklin, Jr. ‘69, ‘70

Connie Grenley and Henry W. Grenley ’67, ’69

Gregory G. Hesse ‘86 and Patricia S. Hesse

Louise H. Gresham and Thomas G. Gresham ’80

John H. Heusinkveld ‘81 and Karen Heusinkveld

Jerry L. Griffin ‘67

Karen C. Hewitt and Richard M. Hewitt ‘63

Jennifer Yelton Henry ’94 and Kyle A. Henry

Billye Hewett

Leslie List Doll ‘86 and Robert C. Doll

Gary W. Frederick ‘63 and Judy McGuffin Frederick ‘65

Robert K. Dooley

Charles P. Fredrick ’59 and Joy Fredrick

Kathryn L. Griffin and William M. Griffin, III ‘82

Holt Hickman ‘54 and Jo A. Hickman

Betty S. Dotts and Ted J. Dotts, Jr. ’64

Maureen Frost and Spencer C. Frost, III ’59, ’61

Balie J. Griffith ’53 and Beverly Griffith

Al G. Hill, Jr.

John R. Dresser ‘79 and Mary G. Dresser

James R. Fulton ’56, ’58 and Loretta M. Fulton

Andrianna Dugan and Jack R. Dugan ’69

Joe Funk ‘44

Frances P. Grimmett and Philip E. Grimmett, Jr. ‘53, ‘58, ‘70

Candy Johnson Hill ‘66 and William T. Hill, Jr. ‘64, ‘67

Jack D. Duncan, Jr. ‘53 and Marilyn Mock Duncan ‘54

Geraldine G. Fuqua and William A. Fuqua ‘51

Wilbert K. Gripp ‘50

Harlan R. Hill ‘80 and RexAnn S. Hill

Mary W. Gaertner and Theodore H. Gaertner ‘67, ‘74

William H. Grumbles ‘71 and Julia S. Grumbles

Joseph M. Hill and Ruth Ann Benton Hill ‘55

Jeri D. Grunnah and Robert J. Grunnah ‘66

James B. Gardner ’55 and Mary Beth S. Gardner

Jo Harwood Guittard ‘71 and John R. Guittard

Emily Watson Hillsman ’84 and Thomas C. Hillsman

Dorothy Jackson Garland ’46

Barbara S. Guzak ‘84 and James S. Peterson

Barbara Lomax Hitzelberger-Wooten ‘48

Betty L. Eaton and R. Vergil Eaton ’54

William C. Garlow ‘65

Marianne Snyder Gwinn ‘58

Burton L. Hoag ’59 and Sonja L. Hoag

Knoxie Chapin Edmonson ‘69, ‘75 and Robert S. Edmonson ‘71

Frances M. Garrett

Peter E. Hachtman and Rosemary Hachtman

James M. Hoggard ’63 and Lynn N. Hoggard

Tracey E. George ‘89

Robert B. Haines

Kathleen D. Eldridge and Scott A. Eldridge ‘74

Linda Harris Gibbons ‘58

Diana Brown Holbert ’71, ‘93, ’05 and John C. Holbert ’71, ’75

Arthur S. Ellis, Jr. and Esther Schroeder Ellis ’52

Judy and Jim Gibbs

Carol Graham Hairston ’65 and J. Tom Hairston, Jr. ’55

Frank M. Dunlevy ‘71 and Susan Dunlevy Robert W. Dupuy and Virginia H. Dupuy Kenneth W. Dusek ‘60 and Ruth Ann Elmer Dusek ‘64

Ben F. Ellis ’54 Craig T. Enoch ’72, ’75 and Kathryn Barker Enoch ’73, ’77 Evelyn Rose Erwin and Phillip D. Erwin ‘57 Keith Evans ‘67, ‘68 and Marilyn J. Evans Henry Exall, Jr. and Marion P. Exall Diane Lathrop Fadley ’81 and James A. Fadley ’79 Greg Farrar and Leesa Farar June Farrell and William F. Farrell, Jr. ‘53 Gary A. Feather ‘87 and Lisa M. Feather

† Deceased

Rex H. Gibson ‘85, ‘88 Marjorie White Giles ‘44 B. D. Gillentine ’58 and Marilyn G. Gillentine Lionel E. Gilly ‘39, ‘49, ‘53 and Phyllis Gilly William E. Gipson ‘45 Jo Claire Jones Gissel ‘61 and L. Henry Gissel, Jr. ‘61 Joanne K. Glaros and William P. Glaros ‘70 James A. Glasscock ‘60, ‘75 and Lois Kershner Glasscock ‘74, ‘00 Debora J. Glaze and Robert M. Glaze ‘67

John M. Haley ‘64 and Margie Jackson Haley ‘67, ‘68 Robert W. Haley ‘67 and Stephanie Keehn Haley ‘68

D. Richard Hipp and Ginger G. Wyrick ’88

James A. Holland and Sue Ann Bryant Holland ‘63 Houston E. Holmes, Jr. ‘60, ‘62 and Sally Cullum Holmes ‘60 Greg W. Hood and Janey Barber Hood ‘85

Steven A. Haley ’69 and Susan P. Haley

M. Douglas Horn ’71 and Priscilla Nicol Horn ’73

David M. Hall ‘81 and Dawn Renzetti Hall ‘81

Terry D. Hosey ‘89 and Tiffany S. Hosey

Gloria Slaughter Hammack ‘52 and John A. Hammack

Don M. Houseman ’42 and Kathryn Houseman

Lynn Hanks and William R. Hanks ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Hardin ‘56

Jane Dodge Howell ’65 and Thomas J. Howell ’75

John W. Hardt ‘42, ‘46 and Martha Carson Hardt ‘42

Francy ‘Iolanda’ Conrad Hoy ‘47 and Walter W. Hoy

Virginia Arlett Howdeshell ‘45

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Nicki Nicol Huber ‘61

Ann Giles Kimbrough ’47

Ann W. Lowrey ‘52 and Cedric W. Lowrey ‘50

Julie K. Huck and Robert C. Huck ‘73

Lionel L. Kinney and Vilma Valentine Kinney ‘52

Dennis L. Lutes ’72 and Kay Portman Lutes ’69

Jackie Masur McElhaney ‘62, ‘82 and John H. McElhaney ‘56, ‘58

David H. Hudnall ’70 and Gerry Brewer Hudnall ’71

Hazel D. Kirk and Robert A. Kirk ‘48

Nancy Luxen and Robert E. Luxen ’76

Barbara McGee and Carl M. McGee ‘81

Bobby B. Lyle ’67

Jane Rogers Hudson ’46

C. Wesley Kittleman, Jr. ’66 and Jane B. Kittleman

Frank S. McGee, III ‘75 and Patricia Pfeiffer McGee ‘76

Phillis M. Hudson and Thomas E. Hudson ‘50

Kim A. Klatt ‘79 and Maureen K. Klatt

Eleanor J. Maclay ’50

Joseph H. Huffman ‘69 and Sharon Cooper Huffman ‘71

Marilyn Marr Klepak ‘56

James H. MacNaughton ’72, ’73 and Sacha MacNaughton

Harriet Hill Hughes ‘60 and Robert N. Hughes ‘60

Bettye Jean Knowles and Richard C. Knowles ’47

Selma Leyshon Hughes ‘70

Jill J. Krahenbuhl and Kim D. Krahenbuhl ‘72, ‘75

Debbie Ann Humphries and Lynn W. Humphries ’72, ’77

Chris Kline ‘75 and Teresa Kline

Katherine Glaze Lyle ‘71, ‘73, ‘94

Jane O. McGehee and John H. McGehee ‘75 Bernard C. McGuire ’57 Ross P. McGuire ’55 and Shirley M. McGuire

Larry Maday ‘73

Jeanne M. McIntyre and William C. McIntyre

Gerry L. Maddoux and Mia Diekemper-Maddoux ‘77

Dorothy A. McKearin and George S. McKearin ’69

Janet L. Magers and M. Scott Magers ’66

Nancy R. McMillin and William C. McMillin

Elizabeth J. Kramer and Jackson G. Kramer ’83

Clark K. Hunt ’87 and Tavia Shackles Hunt

Cary M. Maguire

Eleanor Fox Krebs ’50 and Paul J. Krebs

Charles D. McMullan and Helen Tasto McMullan ’57

Joy Hunt and Robert D. Hunt ‘62

Harold B. Krom ‘60

Fredna Barton Mahaffey ‘50 and John B. Mahaffey

Nancy Ann Hunter Hunt ‘65 and Ray L. Hunt ‘65

Roman J. Kupchynsky, II ’80, ’84 and Ruth Irwin Kupchynsky ’80

Jeanette L. Hunter and William S. Hunter ‘53

Clyde F. Lacy ’48 and Lena Connally Lacy ’47

Anna K. Hurwitz and Joseph M. Hurwitz ’75

Darrell M. Lafitte ’54 and JoAnn Lafitte

Hal Hyneman ‘80 and Pamela N. Hyneman

Sullins M. Lamb ’55 and Susan S. Lamb

Luanne Schmidt Malnory ’82 and Richard B. Malnory ’82

JoAnn Harris Means ‘70, ‘74 and Terry R. Means ‘70, ‘74

Craig Innes ’69, ’75 and Marsha Mays Innes ’69, ’71

Cynthia H. Landen and Michael P. Landen ’85

Don ‘62 and Dian Malouf

Linda Reid Medlen ‘66 and Norman R. Medlen ‘65, ‘66

Carol E. Irwin and Ivan Irwin, Jr. ’54, ’57

Diny Nolan Landen ’82, ‘83 and James E. Landen ’82

Harry O. Malpass ‘87

Ellen F. Jackofsky

Olin B. Lane, Jr. ’55 and Sally Buckley Lane ’55

Betty K. Manning and Jim S. Manning ’55

Cynthia L. Jackson and David C. Jackson ‘71, ‘75

Glenn T. Lang, Jr. ‘50

Carl W. Manning ’61 and Mary-Ellen Manning

John H. Lange, Jr. and Pamela Parker Lange ‘71, ‘73

Catherine Zick Manning ’75 and George T. Manning

Carol J. Langham and James T. Langham, Jr. ’64

Chris D. Mantzuranis ’73 and Virginia ‘Genny’ L. Butler Mantzuranis ’72

Kristin Boyd Larimore ’89, ’91 Patti LaSalle ‘05 and James K. Hopkins

George A. Marcinko, Sr. and Mary O. Marcinko

Paul J. Layne ’76

Linda Cumber Marcus ‘59, ‘90

Robert K. Leach ‘62

Charlene Cline Marsh ’91 and Tom F. Marsh

Barrett A. Lee and Carol A. Zeiss ‘75

Reba Jo Martin and Richard K. Martin ‘77

George T. Lee, Jr. and Natalie Henderson Lee ‘82

Joel N. Martinez ‘65 and Raquel Mora Martinez ‘89

Gus N. Lefes ‘55

Carmen O. Mason and Robert L. Mason ’71

James W. Leftwich ’51, ’58 and Patsy Harper Leftwich ’53

Barbara F. Materka

Carmen Miller Michael ‘45 and Ludwig A. Michael

Dorothy Olson Matetich ’48

Buddy Miller ’64 and Marsha L. Miller

Alan S. Leibel ’76 and Kay D. Leibel

John P. Mathieson ‘80

Cary W. Miller ’71

Nancy K. LeMay and S. Robert LeMay, Jr. ‘53

Dale R. Miller and Elizabeth D. Miller

Donald F. Jackson ‘63 and Frances Merriman Jackson ‘63 John M. Jackson ‘68, ‘71 and Kathy Winniford Jackson ‘69 Karen Peters Jackson ‘71 and William L. Jackson ‘71 Patsy J. Jacobs and William H. Jacobs ’67 Billy B. Jarvis ‘68 and Linda Holt Jarvis ’67 Constance B. Jenkins and Thomas K. Jenkins ’65 G. William Jernigan ’61 Judith K. Johnson ‘69, ‘75 James M. Johnston ’70, ’71 and Suzanne Scott Johnston ’71 Donald M. Johnstone ’66 and Sherry R. Johnstone

A. William Main ’81 and Maureen K. Main Ken S. Malcolmson ‘74 and Stacey Paddock Malcolmson

Helen L. Mamarchev ‘71

Camille Johnston Jones ’63

Dr. and Mrs. Mark L. Lemmon

Kenneth E. Mattox, Jr. ‘90 and Melody Shainline Mattox ‘91

Eric L. Jones and Joye McGrede Jones ‘67

Ann Howard Lemon ’60, ’74

Donald M. Mauldin ‘71 and Pamela S. Mauldin

Mr. and Mrs. Forrest L. Jones ‘50

Marty V. Leonard ‘59

Coral Lindsey Maxwell ’48

Gary M. Jones ‘66 and Wanda S. Jones

Betty Hardt Lesko ’68 and Edmund Lesko

Janice Strong Jones ’60 and Keith S. Jones

Sharon Gray Ley Lietzow ’63

Betty Joe Clark Mayer ‘60 and Richard G. Mayer

Scott J. Jones ’81, ’92 and Mary Lou Reece ‘78

Charles S. Leyendecker ’57 and Millicent A. Leyendecker

Ann Paris Jury ’81 and Clifford S. Jury ’84 Ronald M. Kaim Helen Kanelos ‘48 Sandy M. Kaufman ‘67, ‘70 Gerard E. Kaye ‘53 and Mildred S. Kaye Thomas C. Kendig ’59 and Suzanne T. Kendig Patty Bell Kendrick ’52 and William B. Kendrick, III ’54 Elizabeth Ann Ketz and Rusty Ketz ’68, ’71 Martha M. Key and William O. Key ‘75 Harriet Janeway Kidd ‘51 Anne Nash Killebrew ’85 and George W. Killebrew, IV ’85

Shelli Mims Lindley and Steven J. Lindley ’74 Dan M. Linn ’74 and Mary Jane A. Linn Norma Garrison Lively ’49 and Octa D. Lively ’49 Janice Crow Livingstone ’58 and William E. Livingstone, III ’57, ’60 Charles L. Lloyd, Jr. ’64 and Sandra C. Lloyd D. Lynne Lockett and Luster M. Lockett ’56 Gregory S. Lones ‘84 and Rebecca H. Lones Charles E. Long ’85 David H. Lott, Jr. ’70, ’72 and Lynne Malhiot Lott ’71 Lara Lowman ‘85 and Bard Wrisley

C. Gordon McAdams ’82 and Leigh K. McAdams Sue Garwood McAlister ‘65 Joseph J. McCain, Jr. ‘64, ‘67 and Reed Skinner McCain ‘65 Donna Kidd McCampbell ‘82 and Robert G. McCampbell Harriette S. McCaul and Kevin D. McCaul ‘72 Dan P. McCauley ’72 and Sandra K. McCauley ’72

Nancy Howell McRae ‘50 and William D. McRae Eloise Parker Meachum ‘86 and Robert W. Meachum, Sr. ‘85 Douglas A. Means ‘68 and Pam Means

Kevin B. Meeks ‘79, ‘80 and Laura Green Meeks ‘79 Brian D. Melton ‘80 and Darcy Belf Melton ‘79 Cecil B. Melton ’55 Betty K. Menking and Stanley J. Menking Ann M. Mercier and J. Jeff Rolf ’78 Jennifer Whitten Metzger ‘72, ‘74 and Steven C. Metzger ‘72 Charles J. Meyer ’53 James S. Meyer ’79, ’82 and Louisa Orr Meyer ’79 Judiann Reeves Meyer ‘76 and Mark L. Meyer ‘76 Elizabeth Robnett Meyers ‘59 and Robert L. Meyers, III ‘58, ‘60

David B. Miller ’72, ’73 and Carolyn L. Miller Mary Lee Filgo Miller ‘72 Elizabeth Dickey Mills ’59 and Robert H. Mills ’57 Margaret G. Mills and Billy D. Mills ’64 Roger L. Mills ‘45, ‘48, ‘50 Horace A. Mitchell ‘56, ‘58 Frances L. Mizell and William A. Mizell, Jr. ‘49 Paulette McConachie Moen ’75 and Timothy P. Moen ’74, ’75 Kyle H. Molberg ‘81 and Paula Deakins Molberg ‘81 Jane Smith Monell ‘55 Carolyn P. Monk and Robert C. Monk ’54

Joyce Mays McClellan ‘56 and Thomas C. McClellan ‘74

D. Randall Montgomery ‘84, ‘87 and Vickie Wood Montgomery ‘84

Karen McCormick and Thomas R. McCormick ‘76

Michael E. Montgomery ‘79 and Vinette H. Montgomery

Jayne Rose McDearman ’73 and John R. McDearman ’71

Shannon Doyle Moon ’91

Margaret M. McDermott

Dawn Enoch Moore ‘78, ‘81 and Steven D. Moore ‘78, ‘98 Jennifer Bily Moore ‘77 and Thomas J. Moore

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Leslie Miller Moore ‘65 and Michael W. Moore ‘66

Susan Martin Perry ’68

Beverly C. Rogers and Mack L. Rogers ‘72

David W. Persky ’72 and Mary E. Persky

Sarah-Finch Maiden Rollins ‘42

J. Allen Smith ‘81 and Jane Cornish Smith ‘81, ‘01

Ruth A. Moore and T. Walter Moore ’62

A. Theodore Peterson, III ’71 and Joyce A. Peterson

Cecile S. Rose and Thomas N. Rose ’82

Jean K. Smith

Deedie P. Rose and Edward W. Rose, III

Lacie G. Smith ‘67 and Nancy N. Smith

Brent J. Peterson ’75

Frank W. Rose ‘53, ‘56 and Joan B. Rose

Jan Gehring Peterson ’70 and L. Marc Peterson ’70

Lynne M. Rossell and Robert M. Rossell ’77

Lowell N. Smith, Jr. ‘54 and Shirley Segars Smith ‘55

Ruth P. Morgan Donald N. Morriss ‘76 and Patricia Glasgow Morriss ‘75 Rita L. McGinnis-Morriss ‘81 and William O. Morriss ‘81 Elizabeth Setzer Morrow ‘51 and Philip R. Morrow Betsy Lane Morton ‘76, ‘05 and Stephan E. Morton ‘74, ‘76 Gwyn H. Morton ‘50 and Phyllis Erickson Morton ‘65 George F. Moss ‘58

Nan Blackston Peterson ‘49

Glenver H. Rowland and Robert G. Rowland ‘74

Belle Drye Petkas ‘68 and Peter Petkas

Karen Brandstrader Rozzell ‘82 and Scott E. Rozzell ‘71

Cathy Cook Phillips ’74 and Cecil B. Phillips ’49

Marvin L. Ruebsamen ‘62

Carol McClaughry Pointer ’81 and David T. Pointer ’81

Jeanne Beauchamp Rumley ’61 and John L. Rumley ’61

Joann F. Poladian ‘87

Grace Williams Russell ‘46 and Henry E. Russell ‘46

Joan M. Pollock and Robert G. Pollock ‘48

Shelby L. Smith, Sr. ’54 and Virginia Adelaide Harrison Smith ’54 Sue G. Smith and Troy R. Smith, Jr. ‘67 Deborah L. Snell and Donald H. Snell, Jr. ‘69, ‘73 Jeanne M. Snow and Robert A. Snow ’69 Lorraine Sutliff Snowberger ’87 and Scott Snowberger John D. Solana ‘68, ‘72 and Nancy Johanning Solana ‘69

Foster M. Poole, Jr. ‘54 and Nancy Webb Poole ‘55

D. Pat Ryan ’62 and Sharon E. Ryan

Elizabeth B. Porter and Richard L. Porter ’66

Sandra L. Ryan and William J. Ryan ’57

Douglas C. Potter ’76 and Pamela Potter

Susan E. Salch ‘91

Joan Hardy Potter ‘56 and Robert L. Potter ‘56

Victor E. Salvino

Patsie Northcutt Potts ’50

Phyllis Sams and William M. Sams ‘60

Donna M. Nelson and Harry A. Nelson, III ‘69

James T. Powell ’61, ’65 and Marie Ellis Powell ’62, ’64

Debbie Samson and George W. Samson ‘55

Elissa Berwald Sommerfield ’59 and Frank E. Sommerfield

Happy Nelson ‘62, ‘65 and Linda M. Nelson

W. Sue Prather

Lola Peterson Sanford ’50 and R. F. Sanford ’50

Linda Sonia and William Sonia, Jr.

Linda O. Neumann and Lydon Neumann ’68

Lorene Bond Prewitt ’62, ’70 and Robert I. Prewitt ’49, ’51

Carolyn H. Schley and Joseph H. Schley ’61, ’63

Phil F. Southern ‘48

Cooper M. Schley and Helen Thornberry Schley ’62

Jack E. Speake ‘77 and Sandy M. Speake

Donald G. Murray ’59 Nancy Price Murrow ’49 Allen R. Myers ’64 and Mardi Wochos Myers ‘68 Jack C. Myers ‘66, ‘69 and Judy N. Myers Jack C. Najork ‘67, ‘68 and Linda C. Najork Ernestine M. Naylor ‘47

Marilyn H. Newton and William K. Newton ‘72

Dennis N. Ryan ’74 and Diana P. Ryan

A. G. Nichols, Jr. ’62 and Barbara Koonce Nichols ’63

Kathryn A. Priddy

Elizabeth M. Nichols and Hall E. Nichols ‘73 Kent L. Nichols ‘71, ‘77

Elizabeth (Betty) Kenner Purkey ’66, ’75 and Walter R. Purkey ’67, ’75, ’95

Donald L. Niewyk and Ellen Buie Niewyk ’78

John D. Rainey ‘67, ‘72 and Judy Jo D. Rainey

Jack J. Schubert ‘79 and Jane Moran Schubert ‘82, ‘83

Frances O. Nixon and Victor H. Nixon ‘67

Howard L. Ramsey ‘50, ‘53 and Merrill Strange Ramsey ‘51

Ann Schulze and Wesley N. Schulze ’43

Edwin E. Nowlin, Jr. ‘66, ‘68 and Susan Byerly Nowlin ‘67

Caren H. Prothro

Alice G. Nye and Erle A. Nye ’65

Arthur G. Randol, III and Gayle Kleweno Randol ’71

Alice Hughes Oakley ’87 and John R. Oakley ’93

Kim-Kay Randt and Thomas P. Randt ‘78, ‘79

Morgan Dunn O’Connor ‘74

Barbara Lisenba Ray ’51 and G. Farrell Ray, Jr. ’50

Edith J. O’Donnell and Peter O’Donnell, Jr. Dwight H. O’Keefe, III ‘65 and Mary B. O’Keefe James R. Olney ‘75 and Teresa Ann N. Olney Debra Engelke Olsson ’84 and Phillip J. Olsson Kevin P. O’Meara ‘86 and Patricia Ann O’Meara David G. Orr ’56 and Mary Jane Orr John H. Otstott ‘52 Patra Owen and Robert R. Owen ’61 Yvonne Forester Page ‘50 Emily A. Parker ‘73 John M. Patison ‘49, ‘52 and Margaret Y. Patison

Nelwyn Harman Reagan ’67 and Ross B. Reagan ’65 Gerald S. Reamey ‘76, ‘82 and Kay L. Reamey Diane Hinman Reed ’68 and Richard A. Reed Christopher H. Rentzel ’72 and Jana S. Rentzel Brian T. Rhame ’83 and Mary H. Rhame Alys Price Richards ’60 and George A. Richards ’59 Frank A. Richards ‘66 Charles T. Richardson and Twila T. Richardson Corinne Richardson and Thomas E. Richardson ’56

J. Redwine Patterson ‘48, ‘51, ‘54

Nancy Richardson and Robert M. Richardson ‘62

Christopher C. Paul ‘83 and MaryAlice B. Paul

Jesse L. Richey ‘54

Anne Spivey Paup ‘73 and Henry B. Paup ‘73

J. Robin Richmond ‘76 and Judith Wolfe ‘74

Virginia W. Payne

Laura F. Riddle and Paul N. Riddle ‘79

Helen Payton and Jimmy C. Payton, Sr. ‘54

Carol L. Rippa and Herbert T. Rippa, Jr. ’69

Bill H. Pennington ‘91 and Teresa A. Pennington

Mark A. Robertson ‘85

Dorothy Oglesby Perkins ’51 and Lloyd W. Perkins ’50, ’74 Edward H. Perry ’76

Diane Robinson and William G. Robinson, Jr. ’58 Joe N. Robinson ‘79 and Judith Robinson

Gay L. Perry ‘80

Randy H. Robinson ‘74, ‘77 and Rita J. Robinson

James E. Perry and Susan Martin Perry ’68

Betty Bell Robison ’47

† Deceased

Suzanne Schmidt ’67 and Dan C. Jones Michael B. Schonberg and Shelley Hayes Schonberg ‘78

Ruth L. Scott and Winfield W. Scott ’62, ’65 Carolyn Smith Scrimshire ’57 and Norton Scrimshire ’55, ’58 Charles R. Scurry Carl Sewell ’66 and Peggy Higgins Sewell ’72 Bobby G. Shaw ’65 and Diane Shaw Carol Sheehy and Daniel R. Sheehy, Jr. ’68 George A. Shelburne ‘61 and Jessie Cunningham Shelburne ‘68, ‘74

George Solares ‘72, ‘75 Ellen Karelsen Solender ’71 Gay F. Solomon and William T. Solomon ‘64 Brian E. Somes ’89

Mary S. Spillman and Pat Y. Spillman Joe A. Stalcup ‘51, ‘59, ‘78 and Nancy V. Stalcup Daniel W. Stansbury, Sr. ’54, ’59 and Joan Lively Stansbury ’54 Marcella L. Stark Paul P. Steed, Jr. ’47 and Violet A. Steed Gigi Steele and Walter W. Steele, Jr. ‘57 Karla G. Steinberg and Lawrence E. Steinberg ‘60 Marc I. Steinberg Phyllis Y. Steinhart and Ronald G. Steinhart Jill Stephenson ‘81 Phyllis Stephenson and Steve A. Stephenson ‘71

Cathy Tosh Shell ‘78 and William A. Shell

Shirley B. Sterling and William G. Sterling, Jr. ‘52

Tracy D. Shepherd ‘93

Vicki S. Sterquell ‘78

Ora Cox Reynolds Sheppard ’43 James C. Shields ‘53, ‘56 and Lucy W. Shields

Kyle O’Brien Stevens ‘80 and William F. Stevens ‘63, ‘72

Mary Jones Shoemaker ‘60 and Robert J. Shoemaker ‘55, ‘64

Marilyn A. Stevens and Wesley F. Stevens ‘60, ‘62

V. H. Sholl ‘54, ‘56

Annette Stewart ’66

Judy Keller Shore ‘90 and Michael W. Shore ‘86, ‘90

Michele Thaxton and Robert F. Stiles ‘88

Arden Bowers Showalter ’56, ’57 and Larry D. Showalter ’57

Donald J. Stone and Norma K. Stone

David W. Shuford ’67, ’70 and Karen Livesay Shuford ’70 Nancy Perkins Shutt Ellen Siegel ‘75 Bobby L. Simpson ’65 and Laura J. Simpson Robert S. Sinos and Holly E. Stroud ’85 Lon Slaughter ’58 and Nancy Slaughter Jane Grayson Slover ‘52 and George Slover, Jr. Alice W. Smith and Ralph L. Smith, Jr. ’64

James A. Stockard ‘59 and Sue H. Stockard Junius B. Stone, Jr. ‘61 and Mary C. Stone Cynthia Canfield Straton ’83 and John William Straton, Jr. Ann Stratton and Ray B. Stratton ’58 Constance Dolph Strow ’48 Joe Chat Sumner, III ‘55 Daniel F. Susie ‘72 and Sydney Susie Greg M. Swalwell ‘79 and Terry G. Connor Donald A. Swanson, Jr. ’60 and Nancy Mock Swanson ’57

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Eloise Brown Swanson ‘45, ‘61 and John R. Swanson ‘48

Karen Stewart Wade ’72 and Paul D. Wade ’71

Clark S. Willingham ’71 and Jane H. Willingham

Tricia A. Barnett ‘02

James B. Walburg ‘85 and Sandra Walburg

Martha Swayze and W. Stephen Swayze ‘63

Rebecca Bowen Wallace ‘50

Joan K. Willis and Walter L. Willis ‘73

Harry E. Bartel ‘67, ‘68 and Scottie P. Bartel

Lucy Ann H. Sweet and M. Allen Sweet ’70

George W. Wallis ‘41

David R. Wilson ’64 and Victoria Wilson

Dolores G. Barzune and Lawrence S. Barzune

Richard C. Sweet ‘80

Carolyn Hopkins Walton ’53

Ellis M. Wilson, Jr. ‘51

Danny R. Basso and Kathy Basso

Carol Savage Swingle ’78, ’87 and Frank A. Swingle, Jr. ’76

Howard R. Ware, Jr. ‘64 and Nancy Ware

Lowell G. Winkler ’63 and Ruth L. Winkler

Jon R. Bauman ‘67 and Lou Bauman

Richard Ware ‘68

Keith Wiseman ‘60 and Nancy Wiseman

Jean C. Beasley

Gay S. Warren and Robert E. Warren, Jr. ‘64

Lucy F. Wold and Richard T. Wold

Bill Beauchamp

James F. Warren ’76

Charles M. Wood and Jean A. Wood

Jay L. Beavers ’68, ’75 and Millie H. Beavers

Thomas J. Warren, Sr. ‘42

Blair P. Woodall ’74 and Laura M. Woodall

Nell Orand Beck ‘55

Irwin Wasserman and Judith Wasserman

Arline S. Worsham and John W. Worsham

Charles A. Tarpley ’61 and Mary Ellen Tarpley

Charles R. Watts ’75

Deborah Lowman Begert ’70 and Robert F. Begert ’67, ’71

Peter M. Tart ‘64 and Shirley Shull Tart ‘63

Celia A. Weaver and Jerry A. G. Weaver ’66

James M. Wright ‘78, ‘81 and Rebekah Riggs Wright ‘79

Marian Penniman Tate ‘45

Donna R. Weber and Garry A. Weber ’58

Nenetta C. Tatum and Stephen L. Tatum ‘76

Emily W. Weems and Lovett H. Weems, Jr. ’70

Rosalie Taubman

Lawrence Wehlmann and Mary Wehlmann

James C. Taylor ‘71 and Jerry Tindall Taylor ‘72

Marion L. Weir and Thomas E. Weir ‘66

Virginia R. Taylor ‘55

Margaret Weisbruch and W. Douglas Weisbruch ‘59

Compton S. Sylvest and Ed E. Sylvest ’62, ’70 Mary Coleman Tabor ‘70 and Mike M. Tabor ‘66, ‘69 Kathryn Campbell Tanner ‘63 and Lawrence E. Tanner ‘63

Faith M. Temple and James B. Temple ‘50 Antoinette Barksdale Terry ’54 and Marshall Terry ’53, ’54 Jo Ann Geurin Thetford ‘69, ‘70 Gail Griffin Thomas ’58 and Robert Hyer Thomas ’53, ’57 Guy R. Thomas ‘76 and Lyn Thomas Milton H. Thomas, Jr. ‘52 and Ruth N. Thomas Evelyn Thompson and Ron Thompson ‘79 James B. Thompson ‘63 Linda R Thompson and Norman A. Thompson ‘69 Rex W. Thompson and Roslyn D. Thompson Ted C. Thompson ‘75 Elizabeth Gregory Thornburg ’79 and John D. Thornburg ’81 Donald G. Thrasher ’80 Enid D. Tober and Howard K. Tober ‘48 Jann Rowley Treadwell ’88 and John Allen Treadwell Blake C. Tucker ’56 and Sandra S. Tucker Peggy Jo Turnage and William T. Turnage, Jr. ‘73 Daniel A. Turner ’67 and Polly Turner

Debra Smith Welch ’75 and Gordon R. Welch, Jr. ’68 Teresa M. Weltin and Wayne J. Weltin ‘80 Dennis A. Weltman ’73, ’75 Gregory E. Werner ‘91, ‘97 and Kelly D. Werner

Joyce Belofsky and Selwin Belofsky

Debra F. Yenne and Thomas R. Yenne ’74

Aimee Ellenich Benfield ’06 and Jason O. Benfield ’96, ’98

Gerry D. York ‘58 and Polly Mitchell York ‘95

Marilyn Bentz and Robert P. Bentz ‘53

Janis T. York and Michael H. York ’59

Belle Stumberg Berg ‘71 and Donald A. Berg ‘70, ‘77

Barbara Doran Young ’76 and Stephen F. Young ’73

Garner J. Berg ‘62

Anthony John Zampella, Jr. and Bess Moran Zampella ’78

Paul R. Bergstresser and Rebecca B. Bergstresser

George N. Zarafonetis ‘41

Mark S. Bertrand ‘87

B.J. Zimmerman ’54 and Patsy C. Zimmerman

Girija Maliye Bhat ‘72 and U. Narayan Bhat

John D. Zimmerman ‘60, ‘65 and Louise H. Zimmerman

David W. Biegler and Diane L. Knape Faith Emory Biggs ‘66 Richard J. Billik, Jr. ‘74, ‘76

Louise N. Westerfield and Roy E. Westerfield ’50

15-19 Years

Laura S. Bivins and William P. Bivins, Jr. ‘74

Jane Allman Wetzel ’52

The following individuals have given at

Frances A. Blatt and Eugene Raboy

Charlotte Totebusch Whaley ’70, ’76

least 15-19 consecutive years to SMU.

Martha Blewer ’00 Karen F. Blumenthal ‘90 and Scott McCartney

John Whaley ‘75 and Wendy Whaley David L. Whisenant ’71 and Paula Wisenbaker Whisenant ’71

Anonymous Donors

Jilene K. Boghetich ‘76 and Tony Boghetich ‘75

Ebby Halliday Acers

David L. Bond ’52

Angela Perrin White ’86

Jeremy D. Adams and Bonnie Wheeler

J. Richard White ‘69, ‘70, ‘73, ‘77 and Johnelle White

Lisa Lunder-Adams ‘00 and Roger E. Adams ‘95

Stefanie Woodard Bond ’87 and W. Douglass Bond ’87

Martha Bell White ‘46 and William H. White

Don A. Addington ’53, ’65 and Suegene Addington

Barry L. Boniface ‘84 and Lora Childs Boniface ‘84

Nathan E. White, Jr. ‘64, ‘72 and Wanda J. White

Jerry Dean Alexander and Rebecca A. Alexander ‘62

Anna Boodee and William J. Boodee ’62

Stanley W. White ’61, ’70

Ann Allen ’69

Douglas E. Whitley ‘71, ‘73 and Sherry Castle Whitley ‘71, ‘75

James S. Alley, Jr. ’79

Elizabeth Sorsby Wiesner ‘50 and John W. Wiesner, Jr. ‘50

Ben M. Alvord

Kay Altman Turney ‘66 and William H. Turney

Kern Wildenthal and Margaret Dehlinger Wildenthal ’78

Hellen G. Uhlhorn and Tudor G. Uhlhorn ‘83

Brian H. Wildes ’72 and Marcella Wildes

Christine Underwood and David M. Underwood, Jr. ’88

Kim A. Wilhjelm ‘82

John T. Unger ‘73, ‘74 and Kathy J. Welch ‘74

Amy Miller Williams ’91 and Christopher T. Williams ’92

Arch W. Van Meter ’53, ’72 and Patsy T. Van Meter

Annell Haughton Williams ‘76 and Kelly D. Williams ‘77

Joanne D. Vaughan ‘98 and Joe E. Vaughan ‘64

Donald N. Williams ‘76 and Janet Yoder Williams ‘83

Katherine J. Venable and Richard Venable, III ‘72

James F. Yeager ‘77 and Kelly Yeager

Jean Lewis Barrar ’44

David Alvirez ’60 and Pauline Alvirez R. C. Ammons and Robert C. Ammons ‘63 Lisa K. Anderson and William G. Anderson, Jr. ’73 Michele O. Andrews and T. Cass Andrews ‘98 Bruce E. Anton ’79 Barbara Paschall Averitt ‘82 and Don R. Averitt ‘83 Charles S. Baer ’77 and Stephanie H. Baer Joseph S. Bailes and Yvonne Scharfe Bailes ‘97

Charlotte Gray Booth ’74, ’76 and William M. Booth, III ’74 Allison W. Bovard and Christopher M. Bovard ’84 Fran McCall Boyce ‘75 Mary Barksdale Bradford ‘63 and Ronald F. Bradford George W. Bramblett, Jr. ‘63, ‘66 and Pedie Oliver Bramblett ‘95 Gina L. Bridwell and Tucker S. Bridwell ‘73, ‘74 Robert G. Brittingham ‘76 and Terri Brittingham Carole R. Broadland and Donald R. Broadland ’62 Gorlyn H. Bronstad ‘60 and Jane A. Bronstad Ann Warmack Brookshire ’77 and Bradley W. Brookshire ’76

Dwight F. Williams ’81

Barbara Allen Baker ’54 and H. Charles Baker ’56, ’59

Stephen K. Vernon ’76, ’80

Elizabeth Williams and J. H. Williams ‘55

Horace Anson (Pat) Baker, Jr. ‘55

Brenda Myers Brown ’70, ’77 and Fred A. Brown

Glynn J. Vickers ‘65 and Rona Drummond Vickers ‘64

Joretta Williams and W.E. Williams, Jr. ‘55

Maria Cristina Meneses Ball ‘77 and William A. Ball ‘77

Camille Newsome Brown ’67, ‘79 and James E. Brown ’67, ’72

Nancy Pierce Barber ‘61

Steven B. Vik and Ning Wu ‘90

Myra Nicol Williams ‘63 and Van Zandt Williams, Jr.

Carolyn Armstrong Virden ‘74 and Phillip H. Virden ‘73

Billie Ida Williamson ’74

C. Larry Barlow ’54 and Jane Barlow

Carol Kunkler Brown ’67 and J. Martin Brown ’66

John D. Williamson, Jr. ‘55, ‘57 and Roberta Van Zandt Williamson ‘58

Kay C. Barnes and Michael H. Barnes

Glenda G. Bruce and Michael P. Bruce

Steve Barnett ’69, ’72, ’76 and Candice Taylor Chandler ’69

Warner W. Bruntjen

Sandra C. Virden and Walter Virden, III ’63 Cheryl Westgard Vogel ’76 and Kevin Vogel

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Susan L. Bruster and Timothy K. Bruster ‘85, ‘91


Jerry Buchanan ‘54

R. John Cusack, Jr. ‘86

Joseph E. Fogle ‘62 and Marcela L. Wentzel

Patricia M. Hatcher and Warren A. Hatcher ’74

Barbara A. Buettner and Kenneth L. Buettner ’75

Linda Pitts Custard ’60, ’99 and William A. Custard ’57

Shawn C. Foley ‘86 and Stacey M. Foley Gerald J. Ford ‘66, ‘69 and Kelli Olsen Ford

John Resor Hauge and Margaret Richey Hauge ‘80

Diane DeWare Bumpas ‘69 and Stuart M. Bumpas

Charles W. Danheim ’51 and Mary Lou Danheim

Lee H. Ford

C. Michael Hawn and Collyn S. Hawn Meredith M. Hays and William R. Hays, III ’74

Douglas R. Busker ’95 and Sarah M. Carlson

Jim Darnell ‘80 and Susan Darnell

Walter O. Forehand ‘73, ‘74

Elizabeth Rogers Healy ‘75 and Todd S. Healy

Jane A. Cabes and Robert L. Cabes, Jr. ’91

D. Michael Daves ’63 and Patricia M. Daves

Jane Fortenberry ’77

Patricia W. Davidson

Elizabeth L. Foster and Dennis Luczycki

William J. Hendrix ‘58

Brett C. Campbell ’86 and Suzanne J. Campbell

Diane Foust ’78 and James A. Nelson

John R. Hennessy ‘54

Rhett G. Campbell ‘70, ‘73 and Susan V. Seybold

Grayson L. Davis and Rebecca McCulloch Davis ‘70

Athena A. Fox and Tom L. Fox ’60

Edward J. Henry ’88 and Jeanne (Claire) Schlumberger Henry ’89

Jerry A. Candy ‘67 and Suzanne B. Candy

James W. Davis, Jr. ’68 and Susan E. Davis

Eleanor D. Caraway and Stone W. Caraway ’57 Brenda H. Carr and James G. Carr, III ’74

Sally Ann Kay Davis ’56 and W. Richard Davis ’56, ‘58

LaDonna J. Carrington ‘83, ‘84

Vol S. Davis, III ‘87

Anne R. Carrozza and Vincent A. Carrozza

Betty Dawson ’70

Doyle I. Carson and Sarah Simmons Carson ’60

Peggy Simmons Dear ’78

Ana M. Carty and Donald J. Carty

Chandrima Deb ’83 and Raj Deb

John C. Caruth and Linda F. Caruth Robert M. Carwell and Sheryl M. Farley ‘71

Rachael Redeker Dedman ‘96 and Robert H. Dedman, Jr. ‘80, ‘84

Ellen Castro ‘73, ‘75

Daniel A. Dell’Osa ’78

Jorge J. Castro ‘98 and Ximena Castro

Daniel J. Delp ’95 and Jennifer K. Delp

Blake V. Cecil ’93 and Melinda Cecil

Cheryl G. Disque and Michael J. Disque ’64

Agnes Cheng and James L. Smith

Anthony W. Dona ’81 and Lillian Dona

Jean Smith Cherry ’66

Kathryn Donald and Ronnie W. Donald ‘71

Sherman L. Chisom ’97

Carrie A. Donaldson and Dave Donaldson ’67

Charles A. Chitwood and Christy Dyer Chitwood ’84

C.J. (Don) Donnally, Jr. ’67, ’68 and Carol G. Donnally

H. Wade Choate ‘53 and Toni L. Choate

Barry B. Donnell ‘61 and Johnelle M. Donnell

Barbara H. Clark and William J. Clark ’71 Barbara Priddy Clark ’77, ’98 and John W. Clark, Jr. ’60, ’63 Christopher I. Clark ‘96 Mitzi Cleaver David N. Collins and Nina O. Rainer Pam Conlin and Steve Conlin David M. Cook and Jan Williams Cook ‘80 Brenda K. Cooper and Gerald B. Cooper, Jr. ’74, ’93

Elena Guerra Davis ‘00 and Peter F. Davis

J. Ed Frieze ‘81 and Maureen Gehan Frieze ‘84 Linda Schlinkman Fuller ‘73 and Terry Fuller Elizabeth Powell Gallian ‘96 and Michael D. Gallian ‘96, ‘01

Barbara Sorensen Geer ‘91 and Jason W. Geer ‘91 Sandra L. Gennrich ‘98 Elizabeth Brooks Gentry ‘59 James M. Gerhardt Judith B. Gibbons and Thomas Gibbons Angie Gibbs and Graham Gibbs ’89 Kenneth A. Gilbert and Margaret Buzbee Gilbert ‘72 James A. Gilligan and Julie Jeans Gilligan ’83 George R. Gober and Sue A. Gober

Deanna Stewart Goodman ’92 and Kendall E. Goodman

Lowell C. Duncan, Jr. and Nancy S. Duncan Angie Dunk and W. Kirk Dunk ’91

Diane P. Couchman ’91 Charles A. Cox, Jr. ’96 and Janice F. Cox

John C. Dvorak ‘49 and Ruth Vanderveen-Dvorak

Charles L. Cox ’45 and Flora Estes Cox ’48

Stephanie L. Dye

Nathan E. Crain ’92

Harold L. Early and Martha Kerr Early ‘63

Jean E. Crawford and Mark T. Crawford ’76

Francile Foote Ehricht ‘41

Carter Creech ’60, ’63

George A. Engelland, III ‘68 and Nancy H. Engelland

Nancy Kliewer Dunlap ’83

Allison Cox Estes ’87 and Thad Estes

Carolyn Heirholzer and Malford Hierholzer ’60 Mary Beth Sax Hilburn ’77 and Ted A. Hilburn Joan West Hines ‘51 and Norman P. Hines, Jr. ‘50, ‘60

Jean Gargiulo and Joseph M. Gargiulo

Cheryl D. Drayer and James F. Drayer

Janis R. Dumas and Ted A. Dumas ’68

David M. Hesser ’96 and Nataly Hesser

Douglas C. Gardner ’85 and Kelly H. Gardner

Glenn N. Gonzalez ‘74 and Marjorie A. Gonzalez

Nathan T. Duermeyer ’96

Alvino R. Herrera and Irma E. Herrera

Vicki L. Hill

Cheryl L. Drane-Skipworth ‘84 and Darrel K. Skipworth Vivian Noble DuBose ’77

Dr. and Mrs. Edward K. Hensley ‘56, ‘74

Nancy R. Galter and Morris A. Galter

Bill J. Goforth ’70 and Brenda L. Goforth

Bill Dunlap and Deborah Dunlap

Mark E. Crites ‘84 and Martha May Crites ‘85

Marcia C. French

Patrick W. Downs

Sharon Cornelius and U. Sidney Cornelius, Jr. ’74

Bob L. Crews, Jr. ‘77 and Peggy Ann Crews

Margie Francis and Raymond E. Francis ‘64

Danny Grant and Elaine C. Grant ’82 Carroll R. Graves ’61 and Percilla Graves Helen S. Gray

James G. Hoffman, Jr. ’86 Mason Kyle Hogan and Susan Nethery Hogan ’89 Margaret Edwards Hogg ‘73 Angeline G. Holdaway and Michael J. Holdaway Bethany C. Holland and Sam Holland Billie Ruth (B.R.) Holman ’67 and Denny R. Holman ’67 Beverly J. Holmes Bonnie L. Horton ’79 and Greg Horton A. Glen Houston ’76 and Peggy G. Houston Carol J. Howe and Mark A. Howe ’77 Mimi Powell Huey ‘60, ‘85 and Ward L. Huey, Jr. ‘60 Catherine Schmoker Hunnewell ’87 and Willard P. Hunnewell, Jr. Caroline R. Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Lara F. Hutt, III ‘57

Kelly Green and Norman N. Green

Margaret Ackermann Ice ‘78 and Stephen L. Ice

Susan S. Green and Tommy L. Green ‘68

Barbara Isbell and George V. Isbell ‘57

Jonathan S. Greene ‘96

James G. Isleib ’94 and Jennifer Cook Isleib ’94

Cynda Cason Grover ‘64 and Gary E. Grover ‘64, ‘65

Charles R. Jackson ’58, ’73 and Linda Jackson ’58

Ann E. Groves and James T. Groves, III ’56

Harry M. Jannette, Jr. ‘50 and Mamie B. Jannette

Charles L. Gummer and Cindy M. Gummer Jeremy L. Halbreich and Nancy Strauss Halbreich

Nancy P. Jeffett

Edith Halbrook and Lloyd E. Halbrook ’51

Eugene Jericho ‘49 and Mary Ellen Mitchell Jericho ‘46

David C. Haley ’85 and Lori K. Haley

Cary L. Jennings ’79, ’82 and Kay D. Jennings

Gretchen Phillips Hamm ‘67 and Ralph C. Hamm, Jr. ‘66

Bill E. Jessup ’55 and Marilyn Jones Jessup ’53

John W. Hammond, Jr. ‘88 and Judy H. Hammond

Helen D. Johnson

Kathy Fair and Richard I. Fair ‘90

Bonnie Moore Hanley ’80 and Mark D. Hanley ’78

Kellie Prinz Johnson ‘96 and Kevin M. Johnson

Neal J. Faulkner ’91, ’94

Carol M. Harder and James Harder

Nancy Crow ‘65 and Jack F. Sanders ‘64

J. Webster Feild ’50 and Jane Feild

Katherine C. Hargrove and Mac Hargrove

Barbara L. Crowe and Frederick J. Crowe ‘93

Barbara B. Ferson and Scott E. Ferson ’74

Keith W. Harris

Gary T. Crum ‘69 and Sylvie P. Crum

Becky Rose Fisher ‘86 and Bryant R. Fisher ‘85

Lee Cullum ‘61

Joyce I. Fiske and Robert W. Fiske ‘57

Christine Schwyn Harrison ’82 and Lyndall F. Harrison ’82

Margaret A. Cullum

Colleen Cook Flickinger ’55

Kathryn Harrison

Ann M. Jordan and Darrell E. Jordan ’64

Nancy H. Currey

Marion T. Flores and Nash D. Flores

Anna M. Hart and John R. Hart ’63

Jerry N. Jordan ‘52 and Mary L. Jordan

John W. Croft and Kathryn G. Croft Constance Kirby Cross ’82 and Ralph E. Cross, Jr. Barbara Hunt Crow Harlan R. Crow and Katherine Raymond Crow ‘94

† Deceased

Kathryn S. Etcheverry and Lance S. Etcheverry ‘90 Eric H. Everett ‘94 and Jennifer Everett Jeanne M. Fagadau and Sanford P. Fagadau

Alecia (Sue) John and Phil G. John Jeanne Roach Johnson ’54 David W. Jones ’88 and Lauren W. Jones Gene C. Jones and Jerry Jones Harry M. Jones, Jr. ‘64 Helen C. Jones and Phillip R. Jones ‘70 Dianne B. Jopling ‘71

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Lisa Burgen Jordan ‘86

Bruce A. Marshall ’79 and Susan E. Marshall

Rachel R. Nance and William B. Nance, Jr. ‘69

Holly Robinson and Marc C. Robinson ‘73

Anita Jurevics and Vitauts Jurevics ’57, ’64

Amie S. Napier and Andrew B. Napier ’88

Bruce A. Robson ’74 and Emily K. Robson

Albert G. Karam and Mary Ackels Karam ’79

Elizabeth Turner Marshall ‘58, ‘68 and John W. Marshall ‘56

Carolyn F. Neal and George D. Neal ‘54, ‘60

Jean Clark Roe ’54 and Newton Charles Roe

Lyle Eilers Keeling ’50

David F. Martineau and Sara T. Martineau

Faye R. Neel and Jasper Neel

Patsy J. Kelley ’46

Elvis L. Mason and Joan Baker Mason ‘60

Douglas J. Nichols ’95, ’97 and Gerry Nichols

Douglas H. Rogers ’66 and Jennifer Hunt Rogers ’84

C. Matthew Kendall ’92, ’94 and Lisa A. Kendall

Gail Vosburgh Massad ‘68 and Robert A. Massad ‘68

Albert W. Niemi, Jr. and Maria Niemi

Andrew D. Rooker ’73 and Jane L. Rooker

Lisa Niforopulos ‘89

Rachel Bragdon Rose ‘92 and S. Lance Rose

Dennis Noebel ’78 and Susan R. Noebel

Grady L. Rountree ‘65, ‘67

William D. Noel ’82 and Barbara W. Noel

Robert B. Rowling ‘79 and Terry G. Rowling

Janet G. Nolan and William E. Nolan ’58

Gayle L. Royar and Kenneth D. Royar ‘63

J. Clayton Oliphint ‘88, ‘96 and Lori M. Oliphint

Suzann Hess Ruff ‘73

Geraldine A. Orler and John J. Orler ‘69 Catherine B. Orsak and Geoffrey C. Orsak

Thomas W. Sabin, Jr. ‘79 and Amy T. Styczynski ‘89

Judge James W. Kerr, Jr. ‘65 Andrew G. Khoury ’91 James E. Kij and Jessica DeVries Kij ‘76 Chere Kimbell and Isham Mike Kimbell, IV ’63 Barbara Williams Kincaid ’71, ’05 and Samuel T. Kincaid, II ’71, ’80 Gail G. King ’56 and Hugh D. King ’57 Ellen S. Kinsey and Glenn V. Kinsey ‘77 James E. Kirby, Jr. ’57, ’59 and Patty Boothe Kirby ’56 Rina Kirchgessner John W. Knoespel ‘78 Jack D. Knox ‘60, ‘63 Kevin L. Knox and Tryna H. Knox ‘12 Janet W. Kobylka and Joseph F. Kobylka Michael L. Kreager ‘88 Blake D. Kresl ’93 and Lisa T. Kresl Amy O. Kulas and Jason A. Kulas ’93 Roy A. Kull, Jr. ’60 and Susan Hardy Kull ’65

J. Scott Mattei ’93 Charles W. Matthews and Karen Matthews Melinda Miller Matthews ‘90 and Stephen M. Matthews ‘88 O.J. Goode Mavon ‘66 and P. G. (Jerry) Mavon, Jr. ‘66 Gillian M. McCombs Bryan D. McCrory ’85 and Gayle Resler McCrory ’83

Claudia Ann Ryan and Ronald C. Ryan ’98, ’99

Mary Anne Park Owens ‘63

Gregory O. Sargent ‘89

Cynthia M. McDonald and W. Scott McDonald, Jr. ’59, ’61

Linda Stewart Ozanne ‘74 and Porter L. Ozanne, III ‘70

Mary Ann Ayres-Scalise and Anthony Scalise ‘61

Frances Owens McElvaney ‘58 and William K. McElvaney ‘50, ‘51, ‘57

Rebecca Rushing Page ‘72 and Ronald L. Page ‘65, ‘69

Brad W. Scharf ’73 and Mary E. White-Scharf ’72

Corinne A. McFarland and H. Neill McFarland ’47

Patricia M. Patterson

Becky L. Schergens ‘62

Claudine R. Patton and Darrell P. Patton ’56

A. Jeffrey Schreur ’70 and Susan S. Schreur

John S. McFarland ‘59, ‘61 and Linda B. McFarland

Charmaine L. Paulin and John W. Paulin ’62

Chris A. Schulmeister ’95 and Jeanie Schulmeister

Cappy R. McGarr and Janie S. McGarr

Don S. Pearce ‘65 and Linda Boswell Pearce ‘70

Bridget A. McGregor and Daniel E. McGregor ’79

Bonnie Wendland Petway ’55

Martha Raley Peak ‘50 and Preston A. Peak

Mary Scuka and Robert F. Scuka ‘87 Avelino F. Segura and Judith Garrett Segura Kim M. Shaddock and William C. Shaddock ‘74

Karla McKinley and Mark C. McKinley ‘78

Barbara A. Phillips ’84 and J. Randy Phillips ’70, ’71

Margaret C. McKinney and Ross E. McKinney ‘48

Leon P. Piepenburg ‘07 and Marianne Baker Piepenburg ‘81

Carmen Crews McMillan ’64 and E.G. McMillan, III ’61, ’62

Charles C. Pierce, Jr. and Jane Harrell Pierce ’65, ’71

Daniel H. Siefert ’73 and Jamey P. Siefert

Janis Jacobs Lamoreaux ’69, ’70 and Robert M. Lamoreaux ’69, ’70

Al S. Meador, II ’78 and Julie H. Meador

Angie S. Pirok and Paul J. Pirok ’81

John R. Medina ‘72 and Shirley Medina

Annette Caldwell Simmons ’57 and Harold C. Simmons

Beverly Brooks Landgraf ’73, ’76 and John F. Landgraf

Cynthia S. Pladziewicz ’82

David L. Meek ’93

Mark B. Plunkett ‘96

Erin A. Simons and George S. Simons ‘83

Eric D. Larner ‘66 and Jane Larner

Robert E. Mellor ‘68 and Suzanne Bolton Mellor ‘69

Karen S. Pollock and Richard R. Pollock ‘84

J. Ernest Sims ‘74 and Lolita Cuellar Sims ‘74

Betty A. Lasley and Thomas T. Lasley ’68 Alexandra Lavie and Robert Lavie ‘78

Barbara Youkers Pool ‘67 and Richard L. Pool ‘64

Jeffrey F. Skiba and Kelsey Bowles Skiba ‘88

Marybelle P. Menzel

Ana M. Grundner-Lee and Ingram Lee, II

Ellen Benson Merriman ‘85 and Michael A. Merriman ‘79

Emily S. Potts and H. Russell Potts, Jr.

Amy F. Lefkof ‘82

Terry Methenitis and William M. Methenitis ‘81

John W. Lenhart ‘77 and Malinda E. Lenhart

Elizabeth J. Milazzo

Jane S. Lerer and Stephen A. Lerer ’72

Carolyn D. Miller ‘53

Ruth W. Lett and Sam Lett

Mary W. Miller and Tom Miller ‘56

Carrie A. Levering and Craig R. Levering ’79

Harvey R. Mitchell, Jr. and Joyce J. Mitchell

Andrew R. Lewis and Sharon Packer Lewis ’83

Alma A. Moberg ’85

Nicole Lidji Barbara L. Lindsay and William B. Lindsay, III ‘69

Christopher S. Moen ’72 and Leanna Nelson Moen ’73

James R. Littlejohn ’73, ’76 and Jana Jobe Littlejohn ’75

Anne Mewhinney Monning ‘71 and W. Bruce Monning, Sr. ‘70, ‘72

Juliette Moore Raffensperger ‘83 and Paul S. Raffensperger

David A. Lively ’93 and Elizabeth Gillette

Allen J. Moore ’53 and Mary Mullino Moore ’66, ’67

Jeritza J. Reece and Richard E. Reece ‘49

Amelia M. Sorrell and Billy D. Sorrell ’57, ’66

Don A. Reed, Jr. ’66 and Gretchen Beaird Reed ’66

Larry H. Spalding ‘68 and Monica F. Spalding

Katherine Brazda Kurtz ‘80 and Kevin F. Kurtz Joyce S. Lacerte and Lawrence G. Lacerte Harriett R. LaFoy and Joe C. LaFoy, Jr. ‘65 Stephen A. Lally ’72 Chun H. Lam and Wai-Fung E. Kong-Lam

Carrie J. Loftis Charles W. Logan ’63, ’65 and Patricia Birmingham Logan ’63 Dan L. Longo and Margaret Erdle Longo ’89 Barbara Golden Lynn ’72 and Michael P. Lynn ’75 Jeffrey N. MacDowell ‘87 George W. Maguire ’78 and Sandra K. Maguire John C. Mallios ‘72 and Sherry Mallios Ray H. Marr ‘52

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Edward W. Moore ’84 and JoAnne Bisso Moore ’80 Elizabeth G. Moore and R. Anthony Moore ‘68 Philip B. Moran ‘87 and Vicki Moran Christina L. Moreland and Joey Moreland, III ’95

John J. Sheehan, Jr. ‘80 and Margaret Phillips Sheehan ‘81 Jane L. Shook and Wallace T. Shook ’51 Gerald S. Siegmyer ‘73 and Marian E. Siegmyer

Anne Turriff Slaughter ’66 and Randolph Slaughter, Jr.

Christopher W. Prater ’82 and Karen Church Prater ’82

Bud Smith ‘45 and Jane M. Smith

Gage A. Prichard, Sr. ‘58 and Gwen Lee Prichard ‘58

Eva S. Smith and Michael G. Smith ‘66, ‘71

David L. Puterbaugh ’78, ’79 and Kathy Puterbaugh

Jay S. Smith ’91

Elizabeth Hitchins Quigley ’91 and L. Matthew Quigley

Lester E. Smith, Jr. ‘56 and Nancy L. Smith

Cindy D. Rachofsky and Howard E. Rachofsky

Robert E. Reinke ‘78 George T. Reynolds, III ‘57 and Jocelyn A. Reynolds Robert E. Richey Carol Jackson Riddle ’70, ’80 and Michael L. Riddle

Cece Smith ‘74 Freda Smith and Woodrow W. Smith ‘50, ‘52 Kendra M. Smith and Keven D. Smith ‘98 Louis M. Smith ’59 William Boyd Smith ‘71 Marion G. Sobol

Brenda Stubbs Spencer ‘98 and Nelson H. Spencer ‘64, ‘82 Willard Spiegelman Dan W. Stansbury, Jr. ’89 and Tina Moore Stansbury ’91 Marianne and Roger Staubach

Ronald H. Ridlehuber ’75

Gail Stephenson and John M. Stephenson, Jr. ‘65

R. Charles Muchmore, Jr. ‘75

Curtis A. Ritchie ’81 and Sharon E. Ritchie

Eric W. Stetenfeld ’96

Charles W. Naeser ’67 and Nancy D. Naeser

Betty Canon Robb ‘52

Mary E. Nakashige ‘82

Paula K. Roberson ‘74

H. Leighton Steward ‘57, ‘59 and Lynda Brady Steward ‘59

Christi Shdeed Morrow ’94 and Cory L. Morrow ’99


Don W. Stewart ’57 and Vicki L. Stewart

Heather H. Washburne and Ray W. Washburne ‘84

Margaret A. Abbott and Robert E. Abbott, Jr. ‘70

James E. Bailey ‘96 and Suzanne C. Bailey

Frederick M. Stier ‘65 and Mary P. Stier Mary A. Stone and Wallace O. Stone

Robert N. Watkin, Jr. ‘46

Jeri Cole Baker ‘69 and Stanley Baker

Helen Stephens Storey ‘50

Bertha M. Watson and Kimball S. Watson

Anne Jacoway Abney ‘70 and William A. Abney ‘69, ‘72

David L. Stovall ’95

David A. Watson ’96 and Grace T. Watson

Emma J. Achucarro and Joaquin Achucarro

Bob Strasser and Paula K. Strasser

Cynthia Braley Weaver ’72 and Robert B. Weaver, Jr. ’71

Alice Grubb Adams ’77 and Charles R. Adams ’77

Keith C. Weaver ‘77 and Rebecca C. Weaver

Bradley L. Adams ‘93 and Jennifer C. Adams

James D. Webb, III ’52 and Joan Webb

Robert J. Adamski

Andrea Parvin Weber ’00 and John R. Weber, Jr. ’98

Robert S. Agatston ‘75

Derek C. Weber ’83 and La Donna R. Weber

Gloria Dahl Akin ‘54 and Ted M. Akin ‘53, ‘55

Donna Kuhn Wellington ’89 and Robert H. Wellington, III

Charles J. Alberton ‘77

Martha M. Wells

Betty Alderete and Jacinto Alderete ’61

Don E. Welsh ’78, ’82

Cynthia Pearson Alexander ‘77, ‘78 and Stephen D. Alexander ‘78, ‘81

Carolyn D. Strode and Joseph A. Strode ‘72 Kay Strother and T. McCullough Strother ’62, ’65 Sharon P. Strother and William E. Strother ’54 David M. Sudbury ’70 and Holly Ritger Sudbury ‘68 Daniel R. Sunkel ’82 and Helen R. Sunkel Carolyn C. Swann and Stephen B. Swann ‘70 Charles D. Sweeney ’65 and Sherry Sweeney Martin Sweidel and Monica Sweidel Beverly K. Tarbet and Robert M. Tarbet, Jr. ’84 Ava D. Thomas ’82 David H. Thomas, III and Pamela Roach Thomas ’81 Lisa Holm Thompson ‘78 and Sanders Thompson, III Mindy Mooney Thompson ‘77 and Michael G. Thompson Sandra Thornton Lane Freeman Threadgill ‘73 L. Donald Thurman ’57 and LaDonna Thurman Phillip G. Tidmore ‘86

Terry D. Westbrook and Vennetta A. Westbrook Donald J. Wheeler, Jr. ’65 Carol F. White and W. Wayne White ’76

Charles B. Albright ‘85

David E. Alexander and Sandy W. Alexander Marion Carey Alexander ‘63 and William H. Alexander

Duncan M. White ’85 and Kelley Walsh White ’86

Linda D. Ali and Steven M. Ali ‘93

John C. White ‘95

Margaret (Peggy) Seay Allison ‘61

Leland B. White ‘72 and Monica Hillenbrand White ’87

Pierce M. Allman ’54

Barbara Franklin Wiggins ’53 and Peter N. Wiggins, III ’53

John O. Alston ‘59 and Mildred C. Alston

Julie A. Wiksten ’78, ’92

Douglas F. Tinker ’90

Ann Barnes Wilkinson ’79 and Scott D. Wilkinson ’78

Peter B. Tinkham and Sandra CorSette Tinkham ‘66, ‘69

Hal Williams

Nancy Brooks Titus ‘48

Kathryn Williams ‘67, ‘73 and Richard K. Williams

Brad Todd and Rebecca Sheen Todd ‘78

Gail D. Williford ‘99

John C. Tolleson ’70 and Debra J. Tolleson

C. Edwin Wilson ’73 and Susan M. Wilson ’80

David R. Tooley ’76, ’77 and Donna Tompkins Tooley ’75

John W. Wilson ‘47, ‘49

Linda L. Topper and Robert C. Topper, Jr. ‘70, ‘73

Daniel Aguirre and Elizabeth Aguirre

Robert E. Wilson ‘66, ‘69 and Sherry Boyett Wilson ‘68

Dee C. Torbert

Adelaide Graves Wingert ‘61, ’67 and Warren S. Wingert ’61

Barbara E. Trego and Bruce D. Trego ’94

Thomas A. Wirth and Wendy Stieren Wirth ‘82

Jeanne L. Tunks and Thomas W. Tunks

Cindy L. Wofford ’86 and Dan H. Lee, III ’70

Linda C. Tunnell and N. Ray Tunnell ’51

Fred W. Wolter, Jr. and Susan Perry Wolter ‘80

Gail O. Turner and R. Gerald Turner

David A. Woods and Pat Woods

Richard C. Turner ‘82 and Sonja Cardenas Turner ‘82

Gerry N. Wren ‘56

Nancy A. Alikonis ‘72

Tracy Anne Allred and Mark A. Chancey Adrian Alter ‘50 and Fredna S. Alter Ann F. Andersen Arthur J. Anderson and Katherine Baxter Anderson ’80

Christie R. Baker and Timothy A. Baker ’77 Patsy Smith Baker ’52 Stanley Baker Peter J. Bakewell and Susan B. Bakewell Stephen P. Ballantyne ‘77 James F. Banes and Judith Wendel Banes ‘69, ‘78 L. James Bankston ‘74 and Sandy L. Bankston Edward M. Barbanell ‘85 and Melissa Barbanell Barry W. Barge ‘82 and Carol V. Barge Kathryn M. Barrett ‘75 Mary M. Bartholow Marisela Batts and Robert L. Batts, II ‘87 Joe Bays ’79 Ellen Anne Beadling ‘76 Marianne E. Beal and Thomas E. Beal, Jr. ‘56 Joseph G. Beard, Sr. ‘83 and Sherry H. Beard Christopher L. Becherer and Jennifer Hubbard Becherer ‘03 Larry G. Becker ‘62 and Marcia Becker Lynn M. Behrendt and Robert E. Behrendt Elizabeth Cockrell Bennet ‘92 Robert H. Bennett ‘97 Charles M. Berlau ‘79 John C. Berry and Linda R. Berry Thomas N. Bettes ‘77 Neil A. Bickley ’72

Carol A. Anderson and David J. Anderson ‘77

Rose Gruber Biderman ‘50

Dottie Demaree Anderson ’64 and R. Wayne Anderson ’64

Nicole Kugler Bidwill ’85 and William V. Bidwill, Jr.

Evelyn Herr Anderson ‘72 and Judd P. Anderson

Ed Biehl and Julianne Addis Biehl ’72

Jeffry D. Anderson ‘85 and Kari J. Anderson

Oliver R. Biggers and Ruth Ann Lowry Biggers ‘70

Marianne M. Anderson and Marion M. Anderson ‘62

James A. Biggerstaff ‘62, ‘69 and Josephine Miller Biggerstaff ‘63, ‘84

Joan Dreibrodt Anderton ‘69 and William B. Anderton

Carol J. Biondo ‘89 and William J. Glasstetter ‘79

Donald R. Andrews, Jr. and Vicki P. Andrews

George S. Birchfield and Judy A. Birchfield

Edwin F. Ansbro, Jr. and Wendy Pritchartt Ansbro ‘83

Barbara Braymen Black ‘75 and Carlos N. Black

Kathryn H. Arata ’87, ’91 and Stephen L. Arata ’88

Georgia Sue Black

Bill Armstrong ’82 and Liz Martin Armstrong ’82

Kirsten Butler Blanchat ‘87 and Michael D. Blanchat ‘91

Jan H. Black and Stuart Black

George M. Underwood, Jr. ‘41

Cynthia Rose Yeargan ’77 and Stephen T. Yeargan ’69

Nancy E. Underwood ’73

George P. Yedinak ‘97

Susan Downs Armstrong ‘59 and Thomas E. Armstrong ‘60

Betty Ellsworth Ungerman ’90 and Steve A. Ungerman ’68

Gordon R. Youngblood ‘82

Bessie H. Arnold and James W. Arnold ‘52

Ann M. Boddie and J. Larry Boddie ‘68

Darrilyn Young-Harris ‘60

Herbert (Pete) Arnold, III ‘60 and Joyce Arnold

Anne Bolger and John T. Bolger, III ‘80

Nina Byrom Zapffe ’46

Peter B. Arnold ‘83

Benjamin K. Boller ’92

Florence G. Ziegler

Nelson R. Ashwander

Stephen J. Zimmerly and Virginia Abernathy Zimmerly ’78

Eileen Baird Askew ’94 and Richard F. Askew ’92

Martha Cravens Bonilla ‘77 and William D. Bonilla, Jr. ‘76

Mark Zvonkovic ‘77 and Nancy Davis Zvonkovic ‘77

Anna Bland (A.B.) Aston and Scott B. Aston

Daniel R. Valdez ’88 Robert G. Van Horn ‘72 and Susan G. Van Horn Grace A. Vanderpool and Travis E. Vanderpool ’74 Dorothy W. Vaughan ’50, ’80 Barbara T. Vestal and Nelson C. Vestal, Jr. ‘73 Gina K. Waco and R. Marc Waco ‘93 John W. Wagoner ‘67 and Terry Wagoner J. Patrick Walker ‘76 Jean Dunlap Wallace ‘59 Terry Warner ‘74 Mike Warren ‘79

† Deceased

Anthony Atwell and Susan Atwell Debra Longley Austin ‘80 and Dow Austin

10-14 Years The following individuals have given at least 10-14 consecutive years to SMU. Charles L. Aaron ‘85 and Sandra M. Aaron

Jeff Austin, III ‘84 Janice Ham Aycock ’75 and Robert N. Aycock ’75 Bradley W. Ayres ‘01, ‘02 and Dana Wilcox Ayres ‘04

Brad Blevins ’88 and Kimberly Cruce Blevins ’87

Annette Hottman Borkowski ‘93 and Richard M. Borkowski ‘93 Colleen Roach Boudreaux ’64 and Joe N. Boudreaux ’61, ’64 Gray Bowen and Renee Bowen Holly Hawkins Bowler ‘73 and Joseph L. Bowler, Jr. Jackson H. Bowman, III ‘53 and Runelle K. Bowman

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Kelly Alvis Boyd ‘88 and Michael A. Boyd ‘88 Thomas E. Boyd ‘75 and Rebecca Lang-Boyd ‘75

Ginger Hardage Carlin ‘69 and Robert K. Carlin ‘71

Stephen G. Collins ’83 and Suzanne Boldebuck Collins ’83

Cameron Canfield Dickenson ’84 and Mark P. Dickenson ’79

Brian G. Carlson ‘85, ‘91 and Julie A. Carlson

Isabelle L. Collora

Jennifer Pollok Dickerson ‘93

Clay R. Bradfield

Jack Carnell and Patricia Root Carnell ‘57

Gail P. Colwick and John M. Colwick ‘64, ‘66

Alex Dillard and Cannell Dillard

Colleen Mohrle Brainerd ‘85 and Richard Brainerd

Maureen Calloway Carnevale ‘86 and Richard A. Carnevale

Kelly Hoglund Compton ‘79 and R. Brock Compton

J. Michael Dillard and Lynn K. Dillard

Rebecca J. Brakke and Ronald S. Brakke

Carl L. Carpenter

Pat Compton and Walter K. Compton ’83

Jeff L. Dishongh and Karen Craver Dishongh ‘78

Lisa Ann Gruy Brandt ‘87 and Wayne M. Brandt

Johnny B. Carpenter ‘65

Karie A. Conklin and Thomas S. Conklin

Laurel D. Dobbin ‘01

Harvie Branscomb and Mary Josephine Goodearle Branscomb ‘49

William P. Carr, Sr. ‘40

Joyce Spencer Connell ‘52

Barbara A. Docekal and William L. Docekal ‘74

Bradley K. Carter

Douglas H. Conner, III ’69

Amy Genthe Brenner ‘97 and Matthew S. Brenner ‘96, ‘99

Mary A. Dockery and William D. Dockery

Donna J. Cartwright and Morris C. Cartwright, Jr. ‘56

Victor V. Contreras ‘03

Joan Dodd ‘03

Ruthie Boyd Brew ‘78 and Steve S. Brew ‘77

Franklin E. Cooke ‘50 and Juanita R. Cooke

Rosemary S. Briant and William S. Briant, Jr. ‘77

Mary Oliphint Casad ‘77 and Victor E. Casad ‘72, ‘94, ‘01

James S. Cornelius ‘79 and Leila A. Cornelius

David S. Donosky ‘90 and Elizabeth Grayson Donosky ‘81

Jane Bridges and Robert H. Dennard ’54, ’56

Carol M. Casey

Carole Cotton-Winn ‘70 and John M. Winn, Jr. ‘54

Joseph M. Dooley, III ‘83 and Paige Jacobi Dooley ‘84

Misti M. Bridges and Stephen M. Jordan ‘95

Carlton A. Catalani ‘98 and Erin E. Catalani

Jeffrey T. Courtwright ’82

Edward B. Douglass ‘49

Charles D. Briner and Diana S. Briner

Cherie Cowart and Richard W. Cowart, Jr. ‘78

Carol A. Doyle and Robert E. Doyle ‘74

Bill H. Brister and Carolyn Brister

Patricia Meeker Cather ‘52 and Robert D. Cather

Nedra H. Drake

Brenda Bristol and Michael D. Bristol ‘77, ‘84

Elliot R. Cattarulla and Karin Cattarulla

Berry R. Cox and Jeanne Tower Cox ’78

James E. Driscoll ’62 and Peggy Driscoll

June Miller Bristol-Warnick ‘50

Christopher M. Cauble ‘02, ‘08 and Sarah Michelini Cauble ‘02

Edwin L. Cox ’42 Guy R. Crane and Katherine DiMatteo Crane ‘78

John S. Dryden ‘71 and Judith S. Dryden

James A. Brockman ‘64 and Mary Beth Dull Brockman ‘66 Patricia C. Brooks and Robert J. Brooks ‘69, ‘00 Jody Brotherston Ann Herring Brown ‘71 and J. W. Brown ‘68, ‘71, ‘73 Eric R. Brown and Centha A. Davis ‘76 Francine Rice Brown ‘68, ‘72 and Jerry Brown ‘69, ‘71 Katherine Mitchell Brown ‘79 and Reagan M. Brown ‘78 Robin M. Brueckmann and William R. Brueckmann ‘74

Valerie F. Cavanaugh and William T. Cavanaugh, Jr. ‘81 Matthew L. Cavey ‘95, ‘97 and Sara Burton Cavey ‘95, ‘97 Sarah Caviness and Trevor W. Caviness ‘97 Janice F. Cerveny and Robert Cerveny ’64, ‘71 Susan L. Chambers ‘78 and Kyle Toal Samuel J. Chantilis ’83 Deborah A. Chapman ‘01 and Paul Chapman Robert T. Chapman ‘81, ‘86 and Vicki L. Chapman Richard M. Chappell, III ‘00 and Shannon Lee Chappell ‘00

Dodee Frost Crockett ’03 and William B. Crockett, Jr. ’05 Cynthia Hollingshead Crosby ‘83 and James Crosby Linda Key Crossland ‘67

Robert L. Dillard, III ‘63, ‘65 and Susan R. Dillard

Diane McMillan Duckworth ‘70 and Everett T. Duckworth ‘69 Debra Duffy ’86 and Gordon G. Geddes Glen Dupaul and Stephanie Termina Dupaul ‘04 Peggy Forster Dupuy ‘43

Barry F. Crossman and Nancy F. Crossman

Edward J. Durant, III and Heidi Barton Durant ‘87

Mary Helen Crow and Morgan L. Crow ‘52

Walter W. Durham ‘69

Leo M. Crowley

Diana C. Dutton and Anthony R. Grindl

Leslie A. Crowley and Stephen R. Crowley ‘91

Robert C. Dye, Jr. ‘74, ‘78

Charles N. Crutchfield ‘65 and Karen J. Crutchfield

Gordon L. Dyer and Tammy J. Dyer

Anne E. Cubbage ‘01

Bobby D. Dyess ‘59 and Sharon S. Dyess

Frank X. Cuellar, Jr. ‘57 and Marcia S. Cuellar

Benjamin D. Eakes ‘99 and Melissa McGinty Eakes ‘00

Dale Arnold Cullum ‘74 and Philip H. Cullum ‘74

Douglas G. Eason ‘76 and Tish D. Eason

Audrey C. Cunningham and R. D. Cunningham Debra Atkinson Cutler ‘73 and James S. Cutler

Martha Fuller Edwards ‘76 and T. Mark Edwards ‘73, ‘76

Priscilla Hemenway Christensen ‘46

James R. Daniell ‘79 and Kelly S. Daniell

Kathleen Eidbo and Paul H. Eidbo ‘91

Anna Christmas

Olin K. Dart, Jr. and Ruby Eubanks Dart ‘59

Jane Lenz Elder ‘83, ‘95 and Timothy L. Elder ‘76, ‘81, ‘92

Terryl Buntrock and Wayne T. Walker ‘67

Filamena Christopher and John B. Christopher ‘75

Betsy Brown Daste ‘72 and Lawrence N. Daste Edward L. Davis and Theresa D. Davis

John P. Eliot and Melissa Kintzele Eliot ‘83

Martin D. Burch ‘99

Christopher A. Claiborne ‘94

Edwin J. Davis, Jr. ‘68 and Marilyn J. Davis

Ross T. Elliott and Patricia A. Tennyson ‘64

Dexter E. Burger ‘09

Paul E. Clark and Libby Hayes Gilbertson-Clark ‘57

Joan E. Davis and Lawson K. Davis ‘58

Frances Harris Elmore ‘43

Joe C. Davis, Sr. and Johnetta Coker Davis ‘65

Jennifer M. Elskes

Rick L. Clemmensen ‘76

Larry Davis and Theresa Ladshaw Davis ‘79

Charlotte Emery and Gene H. Emery

Robert L. Cline ‘02

Margaret Dawkins ‘76 and Kenneth D. Taylor

Elizabeth A. Emmert ‘80, ‘87 and John Henzler

Betty Shannon Cloyd ‘54 and Thomas H. Cloyd ‘54

Leslie R. DeCillis ‘91

Janet V. Engle and John J. Engle ‘98

Patty B. Dedman ‘81

Gregg L. Engles and Molly S. Engles

Larry Delzell ’72 and Paula Christian Delzell ’73

Deborah B. English and Philip D. English ‘70, ‘73

Cindy Jackson Bruner ‘84 and David Bruner Christine E. Buchanan and George R. Buchanan

Wallace E. Chappell ‘49

Rogene A. Buchholz ‘64 and Sandra Buchholz Robert A. Bucker ‘81

Dawn Hart Christensen ‘81 and James L. Christensen

Arthur H. Buhl, III ‘72, ‘79 and Sandra J. Buhl Ann Snell Bumstead ’64 and Frank M. Bumstead ’64

Jeannine M. Burgett and Kevin D. Burgett ‘83 Catherine Burkhard Diane C. Burnham and Jim Burnham ’68 Connie Butchee and George E. Butchee ’70 Allen Butler ‘59 and Sally W. Butler Melissa Buttrey and Mike Buttrey ‘75

Felix Y. Chen

Bonnie E. Cobb

J. Timothy Byrne and Melanie Byrne

Rosanna M. Coffey ‘80 and Timothy J. Stranges

Carol Y. Calder and Norman B. Calder

Lee Coggan, Jr. ’58 and Pat Coggan

Bratschi Dickson Campbell ‘62

Jean Messersmith Cole ‘58

Dorothy Delaplain Escamilla ‘55 and Roberto Escamilla ‘55

Jane Campbell ’75

Charles M. Denman ‘76 and Cynthia DeLee Denman ‘71

George W. Coleman ‘63 and Jean W. Coleman

Mark J. Denton and Sherry O Reilly Denton ‘79

Javier Escobar and Muriel Escobar

Ronald L. Campbell ‘75

Benjamin R. Collier ‘56 and Lana W. Collier

Daniel W. Deupree, III and Marilyn McGuffin Deupree ‘63

Berthold H. Estess and Sandra S. Estess

Sarah S. Campbell and James W. McElwain, III Sheila K. Campbell ‘85

Bruce L. Collins, Jr. ‘50 and Mary Riddick Collins ‘53

Jason B. Devening ’97 and Kara Devening

Weldon G. Evans ‘63, ‘65

Barbara Calcote Dewberry ‘79 and James A. Dewberry, Jr. ‘47

Barbara H. Everheart and William E. Everheart, II ‘67

Maria T. Diaz-Esquivel

Carol Ann T. Fancher and William C. Fancher, III ‘75

Leanne M. Cannon and Terry K. Cannon ‘84 Mary Cantrell and Voorhis C. Cantrell ‘56 Anne P. Capps and Jerry W. Capps ’60

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Michelle Marks Collins ‘86 and Peter G. Collins ‘86 Richard H. Collins ‘69

D. Michael Dement and Rhonda L. Rompola ‘83

Michael T. Dibbert ‘82 and Tricia Dibbert

Elizabeth Enstam and Raymond A. Enstam

Brian G. Evans and Jacki Smart Evans ‘78


Elizabeth E. Fannin ’76, ’90, ’04 and Mike Fannin

Jacquelyn Hilger Graves ‘40

Susan Strange Hart ‘90

Dolores Deist Howell ‘59 and Robert C. Howell

Fred C. Hartnett ‘91, ‘94 and Nancy M. Hartnett

Douglas W. Howell, III ‘86

Robert E. Farr, III ’05

James E. Graves, Jr. ‘03 and Melanie W. Graves ‘03

Boyce F. Farrar ‘49

Cammie Gray and James M. Gray ‘92

Erik T. Huddleston ‘99

Charles S. Feld and Cindy Feld

Gerald F. Gray and Margaret Gray

Fred H. Haustein ‘69 and Sandra Fleischman Haustein ‘70

Mike Fenton and Nancy C. Fenton

Ann Hutchinson Green ‘53 and D. Frank Green, Jr. ‘54

David R. Hawk ’56 and Jo Ann Miller Hawk ’55 Eileen Hawk and Thomas P. Hawk ’72

Susan Sharp Hudson ‘85 and William M. Hudson ‘75

Brendan E. Finucane, Jr. ’92 and Shannon McCutchin Finucane ’93

Ezra Greenspan

Anne Stewart Hawkins ‘70 and Robert L. Hawkins, III ‘67, ‘69

Irina Huemiller and Thomas L. Huemiller ‘91

Carol T. Gregston

Joanne Pilgrim Fischer ‘75 and Kurt A. Fischer ‘75

David M. Griffith ‘71

Frances Alexander Hawkins ‘46

Stephen B. Griffith ‘89

Jess T. Hay ‘53, ‘55

Peggy B. Fisher ‘75

Judith M. Grinnan Lind

Sylvia Randall Hays ‘59 and Walter W. Hays ‘57

John S. Flegler ‘90 and Marnie Flegler

Elaina Gross and Gary N. Gross ‘87

Gayle Hayter and Robert L. Hayter ‘75

Dean A. Flowers ’81

Dorothy W. Groves and Meredith R. Groves ‘51

Albon O. Head, Jr. ’68, ’71 and Debra J. Head

Robert K. Flowers ‘94

David S. Gruber and Sherry J. Gruber

John K. Healing ‘70 and Patricia L. Johnston

John A. Fluth, Sr. ‘51 and Syble Perdue Fluth ‘51

Sarah E. Gunderson ‘82

Carolyn M. Hedgecock and Joe M. Hedgecock ‘67

Douglas W. Folger and Patricia Shields Folger ‘83

Michael S. Gunning and Vicky P. Gunning ‘90

Norma Wood Ferguson ‘49

Peter D. Fonberg ‘56 Carol Tate Forrester ‘65 and Robert D. Forrester Margaret Layman Forte ‘75 and Wesley E. Forte

George R. Gunn ‘82 and Rebecca Rose Gunn Ann Gurley and D. Gene Gurley, Jr. ’99 Brad H. Guske ’95 and Donna Guske Ashley Haws Guyton ‘87 and John A. Guyton, III ‘87 Brenda B. Guyton

Carol Foster and John H. Foster ’56, ’59

William R. Haack ‘75

Jay Foster and Lisa McMurrey Foster ‘84

Lisa Dechert Haayen ‘01 and Richard J. Haayen, III ‘01

Alex Fox and Landice Elliott Fox ‘96 Cookie Kuykendall Frazar ‘68 and Richard D. Frazar ‘67 Dorothy J. Freeman and Roland D. Freeman Imelda Fresquez and John V. Jansonius ‘80 Roger W. Fullington Betty Ann Yarbourough Fults ‘72 Bennie Houser Furlong ‘44 Robert I. Galatas ‘55 and Shirley Galatas Jason M. Galloway and Kelly Barry Galloway ‘98 Mary Myers Gano ‘50

Nancy Beil Haayen ‘74 and Peter W. Haayen ‘75 Charles R. Haggard, Jr. ‘75 and Christie B. Haggard Cheryl Marchus Hall ‘73 and John A. Hall ‘71, ‘73, ‘79 Denise Roessler Hall ’96 and Richard Hall Jacelyn Reynolds Hall ‘44 Fanchon Hallam and Howard P. Hallam ‘80 Michael E. Halpern ‘89 and Robin A. Halpern Debra Hamlett and Kenneth M. Hamlett, Jr. ‘69

Virgil E. Heidbrink Beverly C. Heil and Terry W. Heil Betty Lemmon Hein ‘51 Allegra J. Helfenstein ‘89 and Dominic Worsowicz Amy G. Heller and Roy L. Heller Leea G. Henderson and Paul M. Henderson ‘94 J. S. Hendricks ‘54, ‘57 and M. Anne Heddens Hendricks ‘58

Betty W. Hrncir and G. John Hrncir Margaret P. Hudson ‘54, ‘71

Hertha Heller Hughes ‘86 Richard W. Humphrey ‘70 Margot M. Hundley Hunter L. Hunt ‘90 and Stephanie E. Hunt Karen Selbo Hunt ‘78 and Larry P. Hunt ‘79 Winnifred Hunter Howard P. Hurd, II ‘66 and Linda Hurd Carroll D. Hurst and Robin R. Hurst Meredith Hurst ‘06 Gary D. Huselton ‘68, ‘71 and Jean S. Huselton Suzanne Spangler Hutchison ‘81 and William L. Hutchison, Jr. ‘80 E.R. Hyde ’49 and Mary Ann Hyde John W. Hyland and Kay Fincher Hyland ‘65 Don Ice and Royce McKee Ice ‘53 Barbara R. Ingram and James E. Ingram ‘64 Sue Frayle Irons ‘63

Daniel K. Hennessy and Elizabeth W. Hennessy

Donald P. Jackson ‘78

Diane G. Henry and Terry M. Henry ‘87

Jere L. Jackson and Sarah Ragland Jackson ‘64

Gray G. Henry and LaRue H. Henry

Bonnie F. Jacobs and Louis L. Jacobs

Albert W. Herman and Mercedes Herman

Ginger Chesnick Jacobs ‘50, ‘54 and Michael Jacobs

John M. Herman, III ‘66 and Margaret S. Herman

Hollis Jackson ‘97

Doug James ‘79 and Kathy W. James

Rick Herrscher ‘58

Debra Folsom Jarma ‘75 and Don M. Jarma ’75

George M. Hess ‘58 and Johanna G. Hess

Grayson M. Jenkins ‘02

Billy E. Hibbs, Jr. ‘81 and Tisa Weiss Hibbs ‘85

Helen Brown Jenkins ‘49

Clare P. Hickey and John J. Hickey

Jeri L. Jessee ‘83

Adam B. Hill ‘05 and Lyndsey Hummert Hill ‘05

Humberto V. Garcia-Salas ‘00

Bill R. Hammett ‘74 and Sherilyn Sherburne Hammett ‘79

Bruce H. Gardiner ‘71 and Linda Gardiner

Donna Porter Hanes ‘72

Johnathan M. Hill ‘81 and Patricia Hill ‘94

Catherine White Johnson ‘76 and Paul D. Johnson ‘75

Billie J. Garrett and Edgar J. Garrett, Sr. ‘49

Deborah Godich Hankinson ‘83

Dana Sue High Hines ‘75 and William H. Hines

Gary D. Johnson ‘80

Bertha Garza and Cesar A. Garza ‘54, ‘83

Fred C. Hannahs ‘49

Donna B. Hines and William M. Hines ’83

Mary Jane Johnson

Nancy Kay George and Zola L. George ’81

Garrett Hanrahan ‘93, ‘01 and Kimberly Twining Hanrahan ‘92

Ahmed H. Hmimy ‘97, ‘02 and Rowaida M. Ramadan

Bruce W. Jolesch and Tricia Hickman Jolesch ‘76

David H. Gibson

Gene D. Hanson ’75 and Jody V. Hanson

Douglas Hobbs and Lindsay Elger Hobbs ’73

Lester F. Jones ‘47 and Polly Robbins Jones ‘48 Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Jones

Andrew M. Gilchrist ‘93 and Laura Gilchrist

Kenneth L. Harder and Lajuanna Bailey Harder ‘73

Forrest E. Hoglund and Sally R. Hoglund

J. Lamar Jordan †

Henry Gilchrist and Patricia L. Gilchrist

Mark A. Hardin ‘78 and Sarah J. Hardin

Janet Donner Hogstrom ‘01 and Kenneth R. Hogstrom

Carmen Sabates Glenn ‘81 and William B. Glenn

Eugenia Hargrave

Florence Park Holcomb ‘51 and Thomas S. Holcomb ‘52

Cheri L. Kamp and Thomas G. Kamp, Jr. ’83

Carol H. Holden and John B. Holden, Jr. ‘76

Jean A. Karm ‘00

Kevin M. Hole ‘94

David A. Karp and Renee L. Karp ‘93

Ann Marlow Holland ‘82 and C. Malcolm Holland, III ‘82

Marsha K. Kaspareit and Walter B. Kaspareit ‘62

Charles E. Harrell ‘75

Tom Holleman and Virginia Falconer Holleman ‘01

Bonnie K. Keene and Daniel W. Keene ’99

James W. Goss

Brian D. Harrigan and Marjorie A. Harrigan ‘85

Collin Crowley Holz ‘96 and Jason T. Holz ‘97

Amy R. Gow and Danny L. Gow ‘94

Jacki Holland Harrington ‘78 and Timothy R. Harrington ‘78

Hollace J. Hopkins and J. Randy Hopkins ‘66

Billie D. Gattis and Robert D. Gattis ’53

Angela Lee Gieras ‘03 and John J. Gieras

Ann McConnell Glynn ’67 and James E. Glynn ’75 Ilene Jones Goldman ‘57 Lynn E. Goldstein and Sharan Goldstein Christopher Gondek and Quaifferlee VanBenschoten ‘96

Martha Hallman Grable ‘68 and Robert C. Grable ‘68 Darby Sweitzer Grande ‘70 and Johannes Grande

Dana Hargrove Harkey ‘72, ‘76 and Jack W. Harkey, Jr. ‘72 Gordon B. Harnesberger ‘63, ‘70 and Sylvia Harnesberger Carolyn Chapman Harper ‘69 and Truman E. Harper, Jr.

Louise K. Kane ‘53

Dorothy L. Kee Christopher D. Kelley and Cynthia Kelley Nathan L. Kelley ‘01 Charles R. Kelly and Tamyra L. Kelly

Carolyn V. Harris and Michael S. Harris

Monica Netherland Hopkins ’01 and Newton Hopkins, III ’01

Roy H. Harris ’78 and Victoria R. Harris

Christopher K. Hord ‘72 and Daniel P. Hord

Gregory S. Kendle ‘93 and Jill H. Kendle

Terry E. Harris

Molly G. Horner and Ronald D. Horner ‘86

David M. Keneipp ’75 and Leslie Vanderveer-Keneipp

Henry G. Hortenstine and Rita H. Hortenstine

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John M. Kalb

Helen B. Kelso

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Gertrude Garrett Kennedy ‘93 and Thomas P. Kennedy, III ‘87

John D. Leatherman ‘91 and Marinilda Leatherman

Harriett W. Kennedy and William D. Kennedy ‘60

Chu Mei Lee and Hsiao-Lun Lee ’80

Darlene J. McCombs and Steve H. McCombs ‘74

Anne M. Leiman and M. Ted Leiman

Hancel M. McCord, Jr. ‘62

Lynda C. Moister and Roger W. Moister, Jr.

Patsy Martin Kenner ‘50

Martha E. Lester and Ronald S. Lester ‘66

Zachary L. McCormick ‘77

Charles C. Moore ‘50 and Mary F. Moore

Helen Edwards Kenney ‘50 and Robert T. Kenney

Jules D. Levine and Marcia S. Levine ‘83

Steven R. McCown ‘75 and Tara G. McCown

Mari Levine and Matt P. Levine ‘78, ‘79, ‘82

Charlotte McCraw and John L. McCraw, Jr. ‘64

Kristin Vogt Moore ‘00, ‘03 and Matt P. Moore ‘98

Raymond L. Lewand, III and Sarah Hinton Lewand ‘91

Grady P. McCullough ‘53 and Joan S. McCullough ‘53

Eugenia Moreno and Samuel A. Moreno ‘49

Marvin E. Key, III ‘83 and Tish S. Key Fred H. Kight ‘58 and Patricia H. Kight

Cheryl D. Lewis and James C. Lewis ‘83

William J. Mork ‘68, ‘65

Mary Kimball and Thomas E. Kimball

Robert S. Harrell and Eve Lieber Harrell ‘74, ‘76

Mary Neil McGowen ‘64 and Wayne H. McGowen ‘64

Christopher H. Kimbell ‘01

Jeffrey A. Light ‘84, ‘94 and Natalie C. Light

Frank A. McGrew, IV ‘90 and Neely P. McGrew

Jane Morris ‘67

Frank A. King and Merrie Ann King

Larry F. Lightner, Jr. ’65, ’70 and Sue Lightner

John D. Morrow ‘52, ‘64 and Margo S. Morrow

J. Luther King, Jr. and Teresa King

Fred F. Ligon, III and Judy Harvey Ligon ‘61

Donald B. McIlhenny ‘56 and Jan Baldwin McIlhenny ‘57

Gordon L. Kinne and Laura E. Kinne

Marcia Hearon Lind ‘57

Carole V. Kinnebrew and Jack M. Kinnebrew ’67, ’73

Noah S. Lindemann and Gena E. Poovey ‘88

Jennifer Greene Kinser ‘97 and Scot W. Kinser ‘98

Carol H. Lipsett and Gordon P. Lipsett

Ann Kent and Bartis M. Kent ‘47

Nancy Lamb Kirby ‘66, ‘67 David K. Kirshner ’78 and Leslie L. Kirshner Robert G. Kisler ‘49 Jack Klein and Rita Ryan Klein ‘75 Ashlee Hunt Kleinert ’88 and Christopher W. Kleinert ’88 Fred J. Kolodey ‘64 and Helen M. Kolodey William C. Koons ‘52, ‘58 Edward S. Koppman ‘67, ‘79 and Gail F. Koppman Cynthia H. Kozmetsky and Gregory A. Kozmetsky

Al M. McClendon and Jan J. McClendon

Marilyn Crawford Moffitt ‘51 and Paul L. Moffitt ‘50 Bettie Freeman Mohney ‘45

Hicks B. Morgan and Vicki C. Morgan Anne W. Morley and David P. Morley ‘81

Christi McInnis and Michael G. McInnis ‘96

Duane L. Mortensen ‘87 and Joan E. Mortensen

Jane Goff McIntire ’61

Sarah Carter Mosteller ‘52

Barbara Jean K. McJunkin and Jack I. McJunkin, Sr. ‘55

Janice R. Mullins and William P. Mullins, Jr. ‘66

John S. Lloyd ‘71 and Sue James Lloyd ‘71

Elizabeth Anderson McKinney ‘94 and Ryan T. McKinney ‘94

Susan Hixson Murphree ‘63

Charles B. Lohr, Jr. and Marian Nicoud Lohr ‘45

Bruce A. McLean ‘75 and Kathy McLean

Shura A. Lindgren and Steven C. Lindgren ‘78

Kenneth C. Long ‘01 Janeva Longacre and Philip A. Longacre ‘70, ‘77 Norma J. Lopez ’78, ‘06 Linz A. Lord, Jr. ‘66 and Rita A. Lord Dan J. Louis ‘73 and Joyce Louis Lamar Lovvorn ‘47 Christopher C. Loy ’92 and Susan C. Loy Paul B. Loyd, Jr. ‘68 and Penny R. Loyd

Joan T. Kramer and Robert I. Kramer

Gene Lunt

Kent C. Krause ‘79, ‘82 and Valerie Bettis Krause ‘80

D. Scott Luttrell ’77 and Laura Dvorozniak Luttrell ’77

Paul T. Kretzer ‘74, ‘75

Lewis H. McMahan ‘68 and Valerie McMahan Diane S. McMillan and M. Kemp McMillan ‘70 James A. McMillin ‘94 and Judy B. McMillin Anne H. McNamara and Errol P. Mitlyng Burrel J. McNaught ‘57 and Joann McNaught Carol Coston McPike ‘69 and Richard H. McPike ‘68, ‘72 Lori S. McWilliams and Robb C. McWilliams ’95 Curtis W. Meadows, Jr. and Patricia B. Meadows

Clara L. Mulos Bruce D. Murphy and Rosa J. Murphy Diane Payne Muth ‘84 and Jerold W. Muth Harrel (Hal) T. Naboshek ‘74 Carla C. Nankervis and Thomas H. Nankervis ‘59 Lomax B. Napper ‘99 John T. Neal ‘66 and Kennie S. Neal Nancy Craft Neary ‘52 Karen F. Nelson and Richard D. Nelson Jeanine N. Neuse and Steven M. Neuse ’67 Andrea Nicewander and Dan L. Nicewander

Gilbert R. Meadows ‘70 and Jan Bauchman Meadows ‘70

Edmund O. Noel ’75 and Patrice Oden Noel ’75

Kathleen Mack and Leo W. Mack, Jr.

Philip O. Meadows, Jr. ‘97 and Stacy Ogren Meadows ‘95

Catherine Blaize Norton ‘56 and Elbert L. Norton, Jr. ‘57

Joel T. Krog ‘56

Sue Lykes Maclay ’80, ’86

Gerry H. Meier

Sarah L. Norton ‘73

Kevin M. Krohn ‘80, ‘82

Brian L. Maguire ‘01 and Julie Gabennesch Maguire ‘01

Gordon R. Melson and Judy Melson

Lyle F. Novinski and Sybil Weber Novinski ‘63

David J. Meltzer and Suzanne S. Meltzer

Margaret Malicky and Neal Malicky ‘59

Frederick S. Merrill, Jr. ‘62

Neil J. O’Brien ‘57 and Patricia Brown O’Brien ‘56

Danielle Epperly Maloney ’90 and Walter G. Maloney

George R. Merriman, II ‘83 and Katy M. Merriman

Amy E. Ochs and Roger C. Ochs ‘93

Arlene H. Manthey and Charles R. Manthey Thomas J. Manton, Jr. ‘50, ‘51

Donald J. Metcalfe ‘58, ‘60 and Linda A. Metcalfe

Ronald W. O’Connor and Sharon Hamby O’Connor ‘65

Stephen Mark

A. Felix Meyer, III ‘65 and Linda L. Meyer

Lila C. Marshall and Schuyler B. Marshall, IV

Christopher Oehlerts and Jennifer L. Szaro-Oehlerts ‘94

Darrel W. Martin ‘76

Angie Withers Meyer ‘84 and Baker W. Meyer ‘84

Russell L. Martin, III ’78, ’86 and Janet Kennedy Martin ’73, ’90

Beverly Weddle Meyer ‘65 and Robert W. Meyer

Larry J. Olivas, Jr. ‘96 and Monica Miera Olivas ‘98

Alfred Martinez and Anita N. Martinez

Patsy M. Meyer and Robert L. Meyer ‘74

Michelle Olson ‘78 and Richard E. Olson ‘78

Caroline (Sissy) H. Massad and Michael P. Massad, Jr. ‘66

Robert W. Meyer

Barbara Brown Orifici ‘69 and Frank C. Orifici

Howard M. Meyers and Rosemary Meyers

Anna Lou Owen and James J. Owen ‘49

Pierre J. Mawet ‘95 and Sharon Lacey Mawet ‘95

James A. Mezvinsky ‘73 and Mallory G. Mezvinsky

Sherry Bailey Owens ’72

Robert Mayer, Jr.

Jane Miles and Ray R. Miles ’99

Jeffrey C. Palmer ‘85 and Laura A. Palmer

David L. Mays, Sr. ‘86 and Margaret E. Mays

John D. Miller ‘80 and Sharon M. Miller

Larry G. Palmer

Laura Mays and Max C. Mays ‘58

Stephen P. Miller ‘70

Richard G. Palmer and Ruth Grogan Palmer

Jack R. McBrayer and Mary A. McBrayer ‘62

Herschel E. Milner ‘62 and Judy K. Milner

Robert J. Palmer, Jr. ‘96, ‘99

Clyde S. McCall, Jr. and Patricia Dean McCall ’57

Brian M. Minietta ‘99

Rita M. Paresky

Joan Watts Mistler ‘63 and Thomas E. Mistler

John P. McCall ‘61 and Suzanne H. McCall

Carl D. Parish ‘50 and Helen Parish

Wayne L. Mitchell ‘68 and Marcia Staff

Phyllis McCasland and Tom H. McCasland, Jr.

John A. Park ‘75 and Nancy J. Park

John E. Moderi and Patricia S. Moderi

Young K. Park ‘00

Reinhard Kruse ‘66 and Sue D. Kruse Lori S. Kuchler and Thomas R. Kuchler ’97 Jeffrey A. Kupp and Julie Grandorf Kupp ’85 Earle G. Labor ‘49, ‘52 and Gayle J. Labor Jane M. Ladd and Robert S. Ladd ‘80 John Lambert and John E. Touhey Gail Widmer Landreth ’73 and William A. Landreth, Jr. ’72 Faulk Landrum ‘61 Sheryl Stricklin Lanford ‘66, ‘67 and William E. Lanford, II ‘83 Stephanie Phillips Langmaid ‘89 and Tim Langmaid John R. Larson ‘84 and Lori A. Sellers Randy A. Laser ‘84 Frank T. Lauinger and Kathleen Keith Lauinger ‘79, ‘83 Michael B. Laurent ‘77 Mark C. Lawin John S. Lawrence ‘64 and Ruth T. Lawrence Naomi E. Lawrence and William B. Lawrence Howard L. Lawson Porter L. Layne ‘49 Ann Potts Leake ‘75, ‘87

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Betty J. McClellan ‘54

Edith H. Noell ‘44, ‘67 and Millard D. Noell ‘56

John R. O’Connor

Mark S. Oken and Rayna Oken

Ann Packard and Dighton Packard

Angela D. Paulos


Eric Paulson ‘80

Bettie W. Queen and J. Boyd Queen ‘47

Mark A. Rydel ‘72

Gordon Sohl and Vera O. Sohl

Julie S. Payne and Leon M. Payne, Jr. ‘80

Brian M. Queen ‘75 and Karen D. Queen

Sumiko Sakai

Bradford C. Peabody ‘75

Audrey Munsey Ramsey ‘44

Alicia M. Salas and Jose F. Salas, Jr. ‘73

Cynthia Prussing Sonstelie ‘68 and Richard R. Sonstelie

Carlene R. Peal-Sconce ’71

Akash B. Rathod ‘01 and Hina Rathod Douglas L. Ray ‘80 and Martha Ray

Barbara Francis Salvaggio ‘75 and Bruce H. Salvaggio ‘74

Patti G. Sparkman

Henry R. Pearson and Rebecca Northern Pearson ‘76

Betty Hedge Raymond ‘47 and Knight Raymond

Leif Salvesen and Nora Salvesen

Carol P. Spies and Donald K. Spies ’04

Reba Samanta and Subarna K. Samanta ‘85

Donna L. Spitzer and Larry W. Spitzer ‘74

Glenn A. Read ‘68 and Jessie M. Read

Sriram Srinivasan ‘00

Joe G. Reed and Toni Scott Reed ‘90, ‘93

Joe H. Sample, Jr. ‘63 and Susan Smith Sample ‘62

Linda Reed and Robert A. Reed ‘69

Don W. Sanders ‘68 and Karen N. Sanders

Beth A. Staab and Curtis Staab ’95

Louis J. Reeg, Jr. ‘49 and Paula P. Reeg

J. Richard Sanderson ‘55, ‘58 and Rita Dolezal Sanderson ‘81

Joseph H. Staley, Jr. and Linda B. Staley

Marcellene Wilson Sands ‘69 and Stephen H. Sands ‘70

Carolyn S. Stanley and Harold W. Stanley

Johanna Blaschke Peck ‘67 and Leonard W. Peck Jeanette M. Pedersen and Robert D. Pedersen ‘68 Rena M. Pederson Peggy Peel and Thomas R. Peel ‘62, ‘79 John B. Pendergrass, Jr. ‘54 and Mary Lou Pendergrass George C. Pendleton, Jr. Agnes Koby Perdue ‘52 Janet Honey Perkins ‘70 Gaby I. Perkowski and Tom R. Perkowski Dana Sloan Perlman ’80 and Jonathan S. Perlman ’92 Sarah Fullinwider Perot ‘83 and Ross Perot, Jr. Anita G. Pestonjee and Jehangir F. Pestonjee

Jimmie A. Reese ‘78 and Shirley A. Reese Betty Simmons Regard ’81 and Gerard L. Regard David M. Reichert ‘66 and Sandra A. Reichert Jonathan D. Reiff ‘81 and Rosalyn K Reiff

George A. Satornino ‘81, ‘85 and Sara McElreath Satornino ‘79

George P. Speranza ‘48 and Iva P. Speranza

Bill D. St. John ‘52 and Doris A. St. John

Mark W. Stamm Susan L. Starr ‘93 and Timothy R. Starr Rebecca Evans Stein ‘78 and Richard W. Stein

Floyd A. Scheinman ‘51

William G. Stell ‘90

Jane Hodges Rejebian ‘54

Janice Roper Schell ‘73 and Richard A. Schell ‘72, ‘75

Janyce M. Stephenson and Norman D. Stephenson ’60

Barbara G. Renicker and Robert N. Renicker ‘76

Joseph A. Schifrin ‘50 and Nancy C. Schifrin

Joanne Stevens and Steve Stevens

Paul Restina and Katherine Trebellas Restina ‘89

Carolyn Schlak and Gerard A. Schlak

N. L. Stevens, III ‘72, ‘76 and Nancy D. Williams ‘73

Janice Murdoch Reily ‘73

Karen H. Reuter and Robert D. Reuter ‘70

Gail Schoellkopf

Cathleen C. Stevenson and David A. Stevenson ‘73

Osborne M. Reynolds, Jr. ‘68

James A. Scrimshire ‘50 and Maxine Scrimshire

Mary K. Petsche ‘82

Marsha Jernigan Rhodes ‘71 and Richard K. Rhodes

Sara Murphey Sealey ‘47

Benjamin A. Petty

Charles T. Rice ‘68 and Tanya J. Rice

Diane Pfeiffer and Philip J. Pfeiffer, Sr. ‘72

Henry Seeligson, II ‘60, ‘63 and Janet J. Seeligson

Cindy W. Richardson and Mike W. Richardson ‘69

Kelly Platte Seibel ‘76

Gayle and Paul Stoffel

Matthew W. Seinsheimer ‘88

Natalie Greene Stollenwerck ’64 and Tom J. Stollenwerck ’62, ’65

Dorothy G. Petersen and Marlo D. Petersen ’68 Barbara S. Petracek and Kevin L. Petracek ‘84

Marian McKay Pfeiffer ‘83 Debra Phillips and Glenn D. Phillips June Jett Phillips ‘65

Scott Riddles ’84 and Susan Mullanax Riddles ’84

James W. Phipps ‘61 and Susie J. Phipps

Kathryn Coke Rienhoff ‘49

Luan Q. Pho ’91 and Young N. Pho

Leonard M. Riggs, Jr. and Peggy Ney Riggs ‘79

Heidi Huber Pickens ‘02 and Mike K. Pickens ‘01

Loydell Nash Seward ‘73 and Richard B. Seward ‘71

Pamela S. Stewart and Robert S. Stewart Johnny F. Stidger ‘39 and Madaleine P. Stidger Elisabeth L. Stillson and James E. Stillson

William E. Stonaker and Patricia N. Wilson ‘74

Marion (Laverne) Eisenman Sexton ‘59

Catherine Stone and Keith Stone Stephen M. Stovall ‘88

Philip A. Riordan ‘73

Louanne B. Shannon and Morris D. Shannon, Jr. ‘55

Billie Leigh Morgan Rippey ’53

Marcella Shannon ‘89

A. Lynn Strang and David L. Strang, Sr. ‘60

Jan Rymer Pickens ’64 and R. Houston Pickens ’62

J. Frank Roark ‘41

Bob Sharp and Carol Vogt Sharp ’65

John A. Streun, II ‘60 and Mary E. Streun

Betty Lou Robb and Royce P. Robb ‘59

Julie Piggott ‘02 and Steve T. Piggott

Lorne D. Sharp ‘62

Matthew E. Strickland ’00

Diane R. Robbins and Jon M. Robbins ’89

Marc D. Pinker ‘01

Julia Helm Sheerin ‘52

Laura Horton Strong ‘88 and Stuart B. Strong

Sandra D. Roberdeau

Joe W. Pinson, Jr. ‘59 and Sara Pinson

Betty J. Shelton and Sam J. Shelton ‘61

Albert D. Roberts ‘51 and Diane Truett Roberts ‘52

C. P. Sherman ‘77, ‘78 and Kris Sherman

Evelyn Dukkony Strubinger ‘52 and William J. Strubinger

Joanna M. Shields and Kenneth D. Shields

Drew Bass Stull ’72 and John F. Stull

Ann Brazelton Shipman ‘71 and Stanley C. Shipman ‘71

Walter A. Suberg, Jr. ‘85, ‘89

Lynda F. Shive and Robert A. Shive, Jr. ‘64, ‘66

Kristin N. Sullivan ‘90 and J. Mitch Whitten ‘91

Gary L. Shultz

George M. Sutton ‘86 and Margaret R. Sutton

Morey J. Silverman ‘75 and Toni Berman Silverman ‘74, ‘82

Marshall K. Sutton ‘71

Alice Schulhofer Sklar ‘97 and Frederick Sklar

Fife Symington and Marcella Billups Symington ‘91

Dennis A. Platt ‘79 and Kathleen Hawkins Platt ‘68 Anne Veale Pogson ’65 and Clyde H. Pogson Anne B. Pogue and J. Blake Pogue ’85 Marianne E. Pohle ‘00 Charlie M. Pollan, Jr. ‘73 and Susan Carothers Pollan ‘73 Harold N. Pomainville ‘74, ‘80

Randolph W. Robinson and Wendy Robinson The Rev. Linda Smith Roby ’75, ’00 and Frank M. Roby ’75 Margie McCreless Roe ‘63, ‘66 and Norman D. Roe ‘64 C. Paul Rogers, III

David H. Pope and Victoria P. Pope

Lavonne Smith Rogers ‘56 and Lowell T. Rogers

William D. Powell ‘57

Virginia M. Rogers ‘50

Kathleen Hoak Power ‘94, ‘04 and William V. Power

Herbert R. Rohloff, Jr. ‘60 and Pat Rohloff

Robert S. Powers, Jr. ‘55 and Virginia G. Powers

Jeffrey J. Rosell and Marybeth Heil Rosell ‘83

Linda Lege Preece ‘98 and Robert C. Preece

Janet D. Rosso ‘99

Diane Stanley Presley ‘99 and Douglas F. Presley

Frances Aimer Rounds ‘58 and James E. Rounds

Robert E. Price ‘52, ‘54, ‘72

Teresa C. Rosado ‘11 Diane O. Ross and Donald R. Ross ‘70

Dolores Smart and Jerry D. Smart ‘61, ‘64, ‘65 Don M. Smart ’65 Darcy Smink and Gerald J. Smink ‘85 Carter Smith, Jr. and Laura Walthall Smith ‘58 Colin G. Smith and Margaret L. Smith Dale K. Smith ’57 and Miriam D. Smith Earl C. Smith, Jr. ’66 Frank B. Smith

Lawrence S. Ruben

Pat Smith and Van R. Smith ‘72

Richard L. Probst, Jr. ‘97

Ann S. Rubin and Howard C. Rubin ‘74

Tillman A. Smithey ‘49

Robin Pruner and Russell A. Pruner ‘79

Edwin G. Ruland ‘61 and Marilyn M. Ruland

Debra B. Purdon and William C. Purdon ’82

John J. Russell, Jr. ‘50

Shirley Schuetz Snider ‘53 and Vernon R. Snider ‘50, ‘53

Malrey N. Pyle ‘80

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Melvin D. Russell ‘03

Liong T. So ‘03

Kathy Stradley and Mark E. Stradley

Kristen R. Sudela ‘05

Jan E. Swanson ‘80

Glenna Hamrick Taite ‘64, ‘76 and Ralph E. Taite ‘64, ‘66 Ken M. Talkington and Sandra Adams Talkington ‘64 Barbara L. Tatum ‘52 and G. Douglas Tatum, Jr. H. Michael Tatum, Jr. ‘67 Catherine B. Taylor Barbara Brown Teas ‘54 John C. Teddlie and Jeannie Trevino-Teddlie Louise E. Teitz ‘81 Ellen Coleman Terry ‘61 Kevin P. Terry and Mairin North Terry ‘78 Sarah Brazil Thames ‘45

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Carolyn F. Thomas and Donald Thomas

Anthony A. Watson ‘71 and Betty J. Watson

Sharon Worrell and Terry N. Worrell

Mary Dale Turner Thomas ‘55 and Patrick R. Thomas ‘55

C. Dan Watson, Jr. ‘52 and Shirley M. Watson Robert L. Watters

Janet Gage Wrather ‘88 and John D. Wrather, Jr. ‘89

Edward H. Thompson, III ‘76 and Sandra K. Thompson

James R. Weaver, Jr. ‘61, ‘64

Melanie L. Wright ‘71, ‘83 Patrick A. Yack ‘74 and Suzanne B. Yack

George R. Thompson, Jr. ‘00 and Maggie N. Thompson

M. G. Weaver and Thomas H. Weaver ‘57 Anna M. Weber and Michael E. Weber ‘51

Doris Yanger and Morris Yanger

Richard J. Wedgeworth, II and Wanda Butler Wedgeworth ‘78

Jeananne O. Yanko and John B. Yanko ’79

Douglas L. Weedon ’58 and Glenda R. I. Weedon

Kay Prothro Yeager ‘61 and Frank J. Yeager

Basil H. Thomson, Jr. and Margaret S. Thomson Rosemary Taylor Thornton ‘50 Julie Head Thurmond ‘67 and Robert H. Thurmond, III ‘64, ‘68

Gregory A. Yates David A. Young ‘72 and Lynn Spiekerman Young ‘73

Emily Harris Todd ‘85

Charles S. Weems, III and Laura Cash Weems ‘79

Sari Todora and Tony F. Todora ‘69

Bryce A. Weigand and Patricia K. Weigand

Tammy Marietta Tolle ‘56

Carolyn P. Younts and Robert W. Younts ‘56

Larrie A. Weil and Roberta W. Weil

Clifford C. Towns, Jr. ’71, ’74 and Laurie Coleman Towns ’83

Piotr J. Zapendowski ‘00

Mary Leslie S. Wells

M. Catherine Zollars Ph.D. and Robert L. Zollars ‘72

John S. Trahan ‘83 Marie C. Trevino ‘97 David R. Tripplehorn, II ‘66

Billie Harris Wendt ’44 and Jack Wendt Kittredge Werlein ‘66 James D. West, Jr. ‘70 and Roberta West

Jane Tucker and Rayburn Tucker

Mark M. Westerman ‘00, ‘02 and Tiffany Alexander Westerman ‘98

Denise Robertson Tuggle ‘58 and John B. Tuggle

Lin C. Wetterau, Jr. and Mary Wetterau

Chris C. Turner and Jess R. Turner David E. Turner, III ’64 and Joanne M. Turner

Amy Whaley ‘94 Connie S. Wheeler and Douglas L. Wheeler ‘71

John L. Turner, Sr. ‘74 and Nancy T. Turner

Laura O. Wheless and William M. Wheless, III ‘71

Laura Hoskins Turner ‘88 and Roy G. Turner, III ‘88

Brenda Beach White ‘74 and Robert G. White, Jr. ‘74, ‘75

Martha S. Uhlhorn ‘76, ‘78

Germaine White ‘80

Zoe G. Urbanek

Charles W. Whitten ’80 and Cheri Whitten

Patricia A. Vache and Raymond E. Vache ‘58

Jennifer L. Whittington ‘04

Marcelyn M. Van Houten ’94

Harvey W. Wiggins, Jr. ‘68 and Tracy Wiggins

James W. Van Scyoc and Marjarie Denton Van Scyoc ‘59

Diane Pou Wilcox ‘69, ‘72 and Donald E. Wilcox ‘68, ‘71

Mimi Vanderstraaten and William H. Vanderstraaten ‘82

W.D. Wiles ‘74

Rosemary Haggar Vaughan ‘48 Dee Dunk Velvin ’87, ’92 and Trey Velvin ’86, ’91 John W. Via, III ‘02, ‘03, ‘07 and Julie P. Via Glenda J. Vowell and J. Lynn Vowell ‘85

Gordon M. Wilkerson ‘84 Betsy C. Williams and David B. Williams ‘79 Cynthia M. Williams and Joseph R. Williams ‘79 Edward J. Williams, Jr. and Martha B. Williams

Charles R. Vrooman ‘72 and Diana Vrooman

Joanne Parker Williams ‘78 and Mitchell H. Williams ‘81

Jane Sewell Wade ‘66 and Mickey M. Wade ‘64, ‘67

Marie Palmer Williams ‘75

Alden E. Wagner, Jr. ‘75 and Nancie Nieman Wagner ‘75 Cynthia B. Walker and William H. Walker ’72 Kenneth P. Walker ‘78 and Nancy B. Walker Edward W. Wallof ‘51 and Rachelle W. Wallof Joe Walsh and Lane Sadler Walsh ‘82 Athol J. Ware and Janice A. Ware Angela L. Warfield and Richard D. Warfield ‘82 Cora Wootters Warren ‘47 and Joseph F. Warren ‘51 Denni Davis Washburn ’71 and John H. Washburn ’71, ’74

Laura Koenig Young ‘80 and Michael C. Young

Jarrad A. Wills ‘94, ‘01 and Stacy Yenerich Wills ‘94 Richard Wills Tiffa Wilshusen and William C. Wilshusen ‘79 Claude R. Wilson, Jr. ’54, ’56 and Emilynn Wilson Patsy Dodson Wilson ‘59 Ellen Doull Winter ’81 and John T. Winter ’80 Eileen Winters and William R. Winters ‘81 Paul M. Witthoeft ’76 Claudette T. Wolfe and David J. Wolfe ‘61 Dorothy Stacy Wood ’55 and Thomas P. Wood Karl D. Wood ‘57

Bob E. Waters ‘52 and Violet V. Waters

Lynn Williams Wood ‘55 and Peter H. Wood

Deborah Waters and Geoffrey D. Waters ‘86

Karina H. Woolley and Robert E. Woolley

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