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From the President

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From the Chair of the Board of Trustees

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Board of Trustees

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A dedication to science and learning

12 Discover. Inspire. Lead. 18 Cascade Meadow addition expands Rochester presence 20 Fund furthers research for Psy.D. students 22 Scholarship and support helps five graduates achieve dreams 24 Award honors outstanding teacher, recognizes outstanding work 26 Saint Mary’s awarded National Science Foundation funding 28 Financials 30 Honor Roll of Contributors 53 Susan Jarosak and Dr. Joe Tadie 60 Lasallian Legacy Society 62 Scholarships 63 Advisory Boards

ON THE COVER: Saint Mary’s University is finding new ways to collaborate with nearby world-class health services including Mayo Clinic. Saint Mary’s has entered into an agreement with Mayo Clinic to collaborate on a physician assistant program. Through the proposed program, students could potentially become a physician assistant in as little as five years—spending three years studying at Saint Mary’s Winona Campus, followed by two years of graduate study in Rochester. Saint Mary’s has also launched a new 4-year Pre-Physician Assistant Studies major, which will include educational experiences in collaboration with the Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences.


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A message from the President In September, when I announced that I will step down as president in the spring, I began getting requests to talk about highlights of my career. And while the list of Saint Mary’s accomplishments during these past 10 years is lengthy, I certainly haven’t accomplished them alone. I can’t help but think it would be more appropriate for us to reflect back when I am closer to leaving at the end of May 2018. We’ve much more to accomplish together in these next seven months, and there’s very little time to sit and reflect. If we are to continue to meet today’s challenges and those fast approaching on the horizon, we have to navigate through our turbulent higher education environment. Let me assure you that Saint Mary’s future is sound. Our work together these past 10 years—particularly in meeting goals set forth in our strategic plan—has guided us along a path of renewed vitality. Strategic Plan 2017, formed and fashioned by the university community through the input, interaction, and consultation with over 940 people has begun to produce extraordinarily positive and good fruit. For example: • Goal 4 - Science Initiative. We opened in 2017 a 50,000 square-foot state-of-the-art facility at the College in Winona. We have executed an agreement to collaborate with the Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences on a new and prestigious 3+2 Physician Assistant program. We acquired Cascade Meadow Wetlands & Environmental Science Center in 2015 and recently broke ground for an expanded 10,000 square-foot state-of-the-art addition, the locus of the SGPP Rochester Initiative. • Goal 6 - Graduate Online Initiative. Our online programs, done in a cost and revenue sharing partnership with Wiley Deltak, have grown from 47 graduate students five years ago to over 1,200 students with a 90% persistence rate. • Goal 2 - Mission & Identity Initiative. The First Generation program (both undergraduate scholars and the high school C2C components) are firmly established. We host an internationally recognized Lasallian Research Symposium. Faculty and staff have participated in Lasallian education and formation resulting in an enhanced sense of who we are. Increasingly, our faculty and staff members are publishing on the topic of Lasallian education and being invited to present and lead at national and international conferences and symposia. • Goal 9 - Philanthropy Initiative. We are moving the needle from, on average, $4.5M raised annually to a total of more than $55M raised in the past four years. That means that our benefactors, trustees, alumni, families, friends, and businesses believe we are serious in following through on what we set out to do in Strategic Plan 2017.

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Our students see and benefit from your generosity; and one day, I’m confident they will emulate it— creating a circle of partnership that will continuously bless this university.”

Thank you to so many of you for your good and hard work in collaborating, “together and by association,” to implement this plan. Our dreams and our plans would not be possible without you, our most valued partners. Role models are people whose behavior or example can be emulated by others, especially young people. Our students are seeing the example you are putting forward. I am forever grateful that so many of you give so generously of your time, talent, and treasure—all to ensure that this university is able to provide the best possible experiences for our students. Our students see and benefit from your generosity; and one day, I’m confident they will emulate it—creating a circle of partnership that will continuously bless this university. Thank you for the support you have shown throughout my time at Saint Mary’s University. I’m grateful for the time we’ve spent together, and I look forward to seeing what we can accomplish during our next seven months together. I remember and give thanks for you in my daily prayer. ≠

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If I had to summarize this past year at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota into one word, it would have to be “growth.” So many other descriptive words also come to mind—words like innovative, caring, inspiring, academic, Lasallian, family, or transformational. One look at the events during this past year is all it takes to know that “growth” is not only an accurate descriptor figuratively, it also can be taken literally. Growth is also a fitting word to be used in connection with Brother William’s tenure as president of this university. As Brother William leaves in May 2018, he leaves this university strongly positioned for the future, largely because of his visionary leadership to grow Saint Mary’s excellent reputation and to expand its reach. In the past six months alone, I’ve been blessed to take part in events that celebrate this growth. In May we cut the ribbon on the new Science and Learning Center, and although it marked the completion of the building, it’s really the beginning of a new chapter in Saint Mary’s history. This fall, students experienced learning within its new, state-of-the-art classrooms and research labs for the first time. But even before classes started, Saint Mary’s hosted its first Regenerative Medicine workshop, a unique hands-on experience for college students at Saint Mary’s and throughout the Midwest. This is where tomorrow’s science leaders are being shaped, where important questions are being asked, and where future paths are being laid. Saint Mary’s has always had a strong reputation for excellence in the sciences. Building this facility helped us match the quality of our facilities with our strong academic standing. In August, we broke ground on the expansion of the university’s Cascade Meadow Wetlands and Environmental Science Center in Rochester. My husband, Jack, developed and built this facility in 2011, and seeing the plans Saint Mary’s has to expand the facilities and programs brings an added excitement for the two of us. Once approved by accrediting bodies, this new expansion would house the graduate portion of a proposed 3+2 Physician Assistant program. This collaboration with Mayo Clinic will further enhance Saint Mary’s reputation, make good use of this facility, and further develop the university’s presence in Rochester. In addition, graduates of this program will be desperately needed, particularly in rural areas. This is further evidence that Saint Mary’s growth also takes into consideration the needs of the community and the workforce, in addition to the needs of its students. All of this growth requires philanthropic partners who are able to dream and plan with us. That’s why Saint Mary’s unveiled its Discover Inspire Lead capital campaign in May. With $57 million, imagine

the dreams that could be reached and the number of lives that we can touch. I know that Brother William would tell you there’s still much work to be done. I know that there is much more he hopes to accomplish during his tenure. I want to thank him publicly for his inspirational leadership, his strong guidance, and his visionary plan to move the university forward. If you haven’t had an opportunity to revisit campus, we invite you to do so. Come and see the growth happening here, talk to the students who are so grateful for these new opportunities, and witness how your gifts are making a difference. This publication highlights the names of the dreamers who are making this growth possible. To each of you, we give our most sincere gratitude. Students here hold the potential to change the world, for the better. Your investment in them only appreciates in value as they take the knowledge and skills they’ve learned here out in the world. Thank you for believing in the work being done here at Saint Mary’s, and most importantly, thank you for believing in our students. ≠

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2017-2018 BOARD CHAIR Mary Ann (Wera) Remick CST’64 Rochester, Minn. Community Volunteer/Leader

James Horan ’72 Chicago, Ill. CEO Blue Plate Catering

Ann (O’Connor) Trauscht ’77, M.D. Mundelein, Ill. Physician Advocate Occupational Health

BOARD VICE CHAIR Michael Dougherty ’76, J.D. Burnsville, Minn. President Dougherty, Molenda, Solfest, Hills, & Bauer P.A.

Linda Kuczma ’78, J.D. Park Ridge, Ill. Attorney

John Wade ’86 Rochester, Minn. General Manager and Partner Clements Chevrolet Cadillac Subaru

PRESIDENT Brother William Mann, FSC, D.Min. Winona, Minn. Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota SECRETARY Sandra (Kaiser) Simon CST’72 Glenview, Ill. President KJ Investment LLC TREASURER Terrance K. Russell ’76 Mendota Heights, Minn. Executive Vice President and Mid-America Region Manager Guy Carpenter & Company, LLC

John McDonough ’75 Chicago, Ill. President and CEO Chicago Blackhawks Brother Michael McGinniss, FSC, Ph.D. Philadelphia, Pa. President Emeritus and Professor of Religion La Salle University Brother Michael O’Hern, FSC New York City, N.Y. President Emeritus Christian Brothers Investment Services Kaye O’Leary Orono, Minn. Partner River Rock Partners

Brother Robert Bimonte, FSC Riverdale, N.Y. Lasallian Scholar in Residence Manhattan College

Peter D. Pearson ’70 Minneapolis, Minn. Retired President Friends of St. Paul Public Library

Mary Burrichter Winona, Minn. Finance Director City of Winona

Brother David Poos, FSC Memphis, Tenn. Faculty Member Christian Brothers High School

Brother Kevin Convey, FSC, Ed.D. Chicago, Ill. De La Salle Christian Brother

Brother Larry Schatz, FSC Burr Ridge, Ill. Visitor of the Midwest District Brothers of the Christian Schools

John Domanico ’77, DDS LaGrange, Ill. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon Marilyn Frost, Ph.D. Winona, Minn. Retired Faculty Member and Administrator Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota Brother Nicolas Gonzalez, FSC El Paso, Texas President Cathedral High School Roger Haydock ’67, J.D. Spearfish, S.D. Professor of Law Mitchell Hamline College of Law

John Smarrelli, Jr., Ph.D. Memphis, Tenn. President Christian Brothers University Walter E. Smithe, III ’81 Chicago, Ill. President Walter E. Smithe Furniture Greg Stevens ’74 Roseville, Minn. Senior Vice President-Wealth Management UBS Financial Celeste Suchocki Valley View, Ohio President & CEO SCI Advisory Group

Mary Pat (Navins) Wlazik ’73 Gresham, Ore. Retired Vice President U.S. Bank Technology and Operations Services TRUSTEES EMERITI Thomas F. Meagher ’53 Burr Ridge, Ill. Loras “Red” Sieve ’60 Edina, Minn. David Thies ’59 Edina, Minn. Bernie Wagnild Minneapolis, Minn.

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It was an easy decision to place the benefactor recognition wall for the new Science and Learning Center directly inside the building’s main entrance—in a highly visible location for everyone to see. It was also an easy decision to revamp that plan—and to erect two benefactor walls instead. The names of all of the generous donors who helped to make this vision a reality couldn’t be contained on just one wall. It’s because of these benefactors that Saint Mary’s has been able to raise the majority of the funds to construct the new Science and Learning Center—prior to its opening. Just before the ribbon was cut during the building’s dedication on May 12, Audrey Kintzi, vice president for Development and Alumni Relations, announced that $19.4 of the building’s $19.7 million cost had already been raised. Channeling the Beatles, Brother William told the crowd of over 400 that there was no doubt, “We get by with a little help from our friends.”

Two walls inside the Science and Learning Center depict the names of those who gifted at least $1,000 to help the university raise $19.4 of the building’s $19.7 million dollar cost—before the doors even opened.


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Helping to cut the ribbon on the new Science and Learning Center were, from left: Mary Burrichter, Saint Mary’s University trustee, Sandra (Kaiser) Simon CST’72, Campaign Steering Committee member and trustee; Pat Cermak, president and COO, Wight & Company; Jim Nagle, vice president and project executive, Wight & Company; Michael Gostomski ’62, Campaign Steering Committee member and past chair, Saint Mary’s Board of Trustees; Terrance Russell ’76, campaign chair and trustee; Mary Ann (Wera) Remick CST’64, chair, Saint Mary’s Board of Trustees; Brother William; The Most Rev. John M. Quinn, D.D., Bishop, Diocese of Winona; Oscar Castro ’18, student senate president; and Todd Reinhart, Sc.D., dean of Sciences and Health Professions.

He added, “Educating science and business leaders of tomorrow is going to happen in this building.” One of those future science leaders, junior biology major Bailey O’Hare, also thanked those who contributed to the Science and Learning Center. “Because of you, I will finish my academic career here, in this state-of-the-art facility, surrounded by dedicated and knowledgeable faculty members,” she said. “And I will forever be blessed by your generosity. Thank you for making today possible.” And as grateful as the students are, science and business faculty also expressed gratitude to those who helped to provide the new classrooms and labs which they have long dreamed of teaching within. The completion of the $19.7 million project was the culmination of a long-time dream of the university. But the day wasn’t just about celebrating a 50,000-square-foot building; it was also about recognizing the innovative programming and enhanced learning that would soon take place inside.

“Our contribution to the public good, to civic welfare is that we are helping our nation reach and achieve its goals by doing this work, which prepares tomorrow’s leaders,” Brother William said. Following the dedication, the building was open for tours, and four special room dedications were held in acknowledgement of the rooms’ benefactors, including: • The Dr. Jon ’48 and Betty Kabara Organic/ Inorganic Chemistry Lab; • The Patricia J. (Mostardi) and Richard J. Paul ’66 Seminar Room; • The De La Salle Christian Brother Trustees Classroom; and • The Brother William Mann, FSC Seminar Room. Later in the summer, during reunion weekend, the Roger S. Haydock ’67 Student Learning Commons was also dedicated in the Science and Learning Center.

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THE DR. JON ’48 AND BETTY KABARA ORGANIC/INORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB

THE PATRICIA J. (MOSTARDI) AND RICHARD J. PAUL ’66 SEMINAR ROOM

The late Dr. Jon Kabara dedicated his life to medical research; he and Betty have long championed the goal of preparing tomorrow’s students to meet the challenges and demands of the future. Betty has served on Saint Mary’s Board of Trustees. On May 12, two chemistry faculty members, Dr. Jaime Mueller and Dr. Brett Bodsgard, met with Saint Mary’s trustee and science initiative supporter Betty Kabara. They eagerly shook her hand and directly thanked her for funding a lab both faculty members were excited to utilize, the Dr. Jon ’48 and Betty Kabara Organic/Inorganic Chemistry Lab. The room dedication plaque reads: This premier lab—dedicated in honor of the late Jon Kabara ’48 and his wife Betty Kabara—is designed to promote chemistry discovery, innovation and project-based learning. Longtime benefactors, the Kabaras have devoted their lives to supporting and inspiring the leaders of tomorrow.

Both Dr. Richard and Pat Paul studied physics at Saint Mary’s. Although Pat was a College of Saint Teresa student, she took several classes at Saint Mary’s, which was then still an all-male school. The two have had long and successful careers in physics. Pat worked at Argonne National Laboratory and MIT Lincoln Laboratory, and Richard earned a Ph.D. in biophysics from Harvard University. He spent the majority of his career at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Physiology. It is their goal to inspire discovery as they honor the professors who inspired them as students at Saint Mary’s. The room dedication plaque reads: This seminar room—designed to enhance a variety of educational opportunities—recognizes and honors the outstanding faculty in the Physics Department, especially those professors who had a lasting impact on Patricia and Richard during the 1960s when they both were studying physics at Saint Mary’s College.

ABOVE: Betty Kabara, left, surrounded by friends and family (including Brother William), blessed the Dr. Jon ’48 and Betty Kabara Organic and Inorganic Chemistry Lab. LEFT: Betty Kabara met with Dr. Jaime Mueller and Dr. Brett Bodsgard of the Chemistry Department, who thanked her for her generosity.


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Dr. Richard ’66 and Pat (Mostardi) CST’66 Paul chose to make their gift to the Science and Learning Center in honor of the outstanding faculty in the Physics Department who had a lasting impact on their time at Saint Mary’s, while they were both studying physics in the 1960s.

Brother William was joined by Brothers Pat Conway, Larry Schatz and Kevin Convey. The De La Salle Christian Brother Trustees Classroom was funded by Brothers who guide the university on the Board of Trustees.

THE DE LA SALLE CHRISTIAN BROTHER TRUSTEES CLASSROOM Saint John Baptist de La Salle, the founder of the Brothers of the Christian Schools and the patron saint of educators, believed that education should be relevant, accessible, and affordable. It is this very foundation that continues to guide and shape the mission at Saint Mary’s University. Many of the visionary teaching principles that De La Salle and the early Brothers established are considered common today. With education at the core of the Brothers’ work, how fitting that a classroom was funded by a group of these inspirational men. The room dedication plaque reads: In grateful recognition of the dedicated service and visionary leadership provided by these De La Salle Christian Brothers to the Saint Mary’s University Board of Trustees. This room is dedicated at the grand opening celebration of the Science and Learning Center. The names listed on this plaque are those Brothers who continue to guide the university, furthering the unwavering mission as they serve as trustees.

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William Clarey, FSC ’62, M’67 Patrick Conway, FSC ’75, M’80 Kevin Convey, FSC Nicolas Gonzalez, FSC William Mann, FSC Michael McGinniss, FSC Frederick Mueller, FSC David Poos, FSC Gustavo Ramírez Barba, FSC Larry Schatz, FSC

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Brother William became president of Saint Mary’s in 2008. A native of New York City, he joined the De La Salle Christian Brothers in 1965 and has dedicated his life to furthering the educational mission of the Brothers. Even before becoming president of the university, Brother William was no stranger to Saint Mary’s after serving on its board of trustees from 1996-2001. Brother William’s achievements during his tenure as president are numerous. Just a few include: expansions in Rochester, Winona, and the Twin Cities; the initiation and expansion of online offerings; the establishment of the First Generation Initiative; and the development of a campus master plan and Strategic Plan 2017. The room dedication plaque reads: Named for the 13th president of Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, this room recognizes and honors the life work of Brother William Mann, FSC. Brother William has served the De La Salle Christian Brothers as a teacher, leader, lecturer, and scholar. He has

Brother William blesses the seminar room named in recognition of his generosity.

touched the hearts of Lasallians in his work at many levels, from the classroom to the headquarters of the worldwide Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools. Brother William served as Vicar General, the second highest officer in the worldwide institute, prior to becoming Saint Mary’s 13th president in 2008. Not only does Brother William encourage academic excellence at every level at Saint Mary’s, he has focused on specific initiatives that strengthen the Lasallian Catholic nature of the university. Mary Ann (Wera) CST’64 Remick, chair of the Board of Trustees, congratulates Brother William.


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THE ROGER S. HAYDOCK ’67 STUDENT LEARNING COMMONS Roger Haydock ’67, J.D., a current trustee, is a professor at Mitchell Hamline School of Law but also returns to teach at Saint Mary’s University whenever he is able. His areas of expertise include trial advocacy, dispute resolution, civil procedure, evidence, arbitration and mediation, and other procedural, substantive, clinical, and skills courses. He was the first director of the Minnesota Advocacy Institute, and is the author or co-author of dozens of books, treatises, and manuals on dispute resolution, trial advocacy, pretrial litigation, and negotiation. And he has served on the faculty of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy and the Minnesota Judicial College. Haydock has been the mediator for over 500 federal and state cases and served as the arbitrator in many contested cases. He was director of the William Mitchell Law Clinic, general counsel with Equilaw, a lawyer with Legal Services, and “Of Counsel” with several law firms in the Twin Cities. The room dedication plaque reads: This alternative learning and study space honors a distinguished alumnus. Roger Haydock has served as a renowned law professor, entrepreneur, lawyer, author, mediator, trustee, husband, father, grandfather, motorcycle enthusiast, and Chicago Cubs fan. His life work is a testament to the prospects that await Saint Mary’s students who

Roger Haydock ’67, J.D. and Elaine Haydock

study and rejoice in our Lasallian environs. Live your dreams! For more photos, go to smumn.edu/photos. For a timelapse of the building progress, go to smumn.edu/timelapsevideo. To see a video of the building project, titled “From Dream to Reality,” go to smumn.edu/ dreamstoreality. To watch video highlights from the day, go to smumn.edu/slcdedicationvideo. ≠


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$57 million campaign launches

When Saint Mary’s University first set the goal for its Discover Inspire Lead capital campaign at $57 million, no one doubted it was setting the bar high. Because in Saint Mary’s history, there has never been a campaign this ambitious or comprehensive. To better serve students, to enhance the university’s reputation, and to continue its mission of making education accessible, the university began seeking philanthropic partners to help make these dreams a reality. On May 12—when Saint Mary’s launched the public phase of this capital campaign— Brother William was able to announce that an astonishing $49.5 million had been raised. Nearly 200 benefactors and guests helped the university celebrate this milestone on the Winona Campus on May 12. Terry Russell ’76, chair of the Campaign Steering Committee and a Saint Mary’s trustee, told the audience why three words were used to describe this momentous time in Saint Mary’s history. “We chose the word Discover because Saint Mary’s is a place of discovery,” he said. “While they are here, our undergraduates find their passions, uncover truths, conduct research, and find their place in this world. Likewise, the adult learners in our Schools of Graduate and Professional Programs discover their true potential and find that the education they never thought was possible, is not only possible but transformational.” Inspire, he said, is a word frequently used to describe Saint Mary’s, following the teachings of

INSET: Guest speakers included, from left: Terry Russell ’76, chair of the campaign steering committee; Brother William; and Oscar Castro, president of the student senate.

Alumni, benefactors and friends helped the university successfully launch its Discover Inspire Lead campaign publicly with a flourish of confetti in May.


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Saint John Baptist de La Salle. “If you talk to our students and alumni, the word ’inspire’ comes up in conversation repeatedly,” he said. “They are ’inspired’ by the beauty of our campus; they are ’inspired’ by the dedication and knowledge of our faculty; and they are ’inspired’ to leave this university to accomplish amazing things in their families, their communities, their workplaces, and beyond.” And, finally, the word Lead. “At Saint Mary’s University, we graduate leaders,” he said. “We’ve always been about providing opportunities for growth. Our society desperately needs leaders who are knowledgeable, who know how to listen, who are inclusive, and especially those who ethically lead with both their heart and mind.” One of Saint Mary’s leaders, Oscar Castro, president of the student senate, told campaign launch attendees, “On behalf of the entire student body, we are so grateful to you for everything that you do for us,” he said. “You might not always feel the impact you are making, but please know we are blessed by your gifts on a daily basis.”

Faculty and administration were joined by Saint Mary’s graduates from Jamaica, in town for commencement.

“Gifts designated for our capital campaign will make an extraordinary impact on our students,” said Audrey Kintzi, vice president for Development and Alumni Relations at Saint Mary’s. “We invite others to join us in our campaign and watch the results of your donations at work, hear from the students who are benefiting, and literally change lives.” Brother William added, “Our vitality relies on the willingness of alumni and friends to partner with us in envisioning the best possible experiences for our students. We couldn’t have better partners for our journey. Together, through this campaign, we will significantly enhance programs and areas throughout our university that will have an important and meaningful impact on our deserving students.” Seven key initiatives are highlighted in the campaign: Athletics, Business, the First Generation Initiative, Lasallian Formation, Scholarships, Science, and the Twin Cities Campus. To learn more about the Discover Inspire Lead campaign for Saint Mary’s University, visit smumn. edu/campaign.


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RIGHT: Kathleen (Conway) Russell ’78, Sandra (Kaiser) Simon CST’72, Brother Pat Conway ’75, M’80, and Ann Merchlewitz M’95. BOTTOM LEFT: Former trustees Mike Gostomski ’62 and Rich Reedy ’76 with Tony Piscitiello, AFSC, ’69, M’82. BOTTOM RIGHT: Dr. John and Betsy Stegeman ’66 with Richard ’66 and Pat (Mostardi) CST’66 Paul.


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ATHLETICS A total of $3 million will be used to enhance the development of athletic programs and facilities. Part of these funds will go toward a multi-use stadium and matching amenities. The facility at the track and field/ soccer complex will include stadium seating, press boxes, restrooms, locker rooms, meeting and gathering spaces, and VIP access areas.

• A computational lab that allows students to apply calculations and numerical techniques to solve large and complex problems. • A marketing intelligence center, where students can see and access commodities, stocks, bonds, and demographic data from throughout the world. • Innovative classrooms, a sales training center, a digital teaming space, and the Kabara Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies suite.

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Business and science are a natural pairing, which is why Saint Mary’s is creating an innovative new space in which these two disciplines can collaborate. Gifts totaling $10 million will help Saint Mary’s re-imagine and revitalize the Adducci Science Center’s Hoffman and Brother Charles Halls on the Winona Campus with unique rooms including: • A makerspace which fosters hands-on collaborative experimentation for students across disciplines (Common items found in makerspaces include 3D printers, laser cutters, robotics components, and snorkel fume hoods).

The First Generation Initiative was created to break down barriers to higher education by providing highpotential students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds with financial and academic support. These students, through the generosity of benefactors, receive full financial funding. In addition, they also receive enhanced student services because Saint Mary’s knows it isn’t just about access, it’s also about the support they receive in order to successfully achieve their dreams of obtaining a college degree. Gifts totaling $15 million will help countless First Generation students at Saint Mary’s University turn their academic dreams into academic degrees. Scholarship support and a strong endowment fund will help the university reach out to more of these gifted young learners.


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LASALLIAN FORMATION The face of Saint Mary’s has changed through the years. Where many De La Salle Christian Brothers once filled the classrooms and offices, a much smaller number serve today. Saint Mary’s mission continues to grow and thrive as it is passed from vowed religious to lay partners. Lasallian education and formation opportunities at home and around the globe allow faculty, staff, and students to come together in thought, prayer and reflection, community, and study to exchange ideas and unify their work as part of the bigger Lasallian network. Gifts to an endowment of $500,000 would fund in perpetuity Lasallian training programs for students, faculty, and staff, deepening their understanding of the Lasallian charism and the work of the Brothers.

SCHOLARSHIP Making education affordable and accessible is at the core of Saint Mary’s mission. Saint Mary’s believes every student has a right to an excellent education. Scholarship support strengthens the university by allowing it to attract and retain the most promising students, enhancing the university experience for everyone by creating a dynamic and diverse academic atmosphere. Gifts in support of student scholarships will help countless students realize their academic dreams.

TWIN CITIES EXPANSION Adult learners may initially turn to Saint Mary’s because of its flexibility and convenience, but what starts as a transaction quickly becomes a transformation. Saint Mary’s anticipates making an investment of $4 to $6 million to convert the Carriage House on the Twin Cities Campus into classrooms and learning spaces to create a robust student community on our adult-learner campus. These spaces will be ideal for students to meet, study, socialize, interact with their instructors, and collaborate before and after classes. ≠

SCIENCE Saint Mary’s is in the process of significantly increasing the capacity of its science program and unleashing its full potential. The new Science and Learning Center on the Winona Campus, built to drive impressive outcomes, will give Saint Mary’s students an even greater career advantage. This $19.7 million facility has an architectural vision that reflects the natural beauty of the campus. The 50,000-square-foot contemporary science center is a focal point on the campus and will provide a platform for increased research opportunities.


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With a proposal to initiate development of a new physician assistant master’s degree program, the Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences and Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota are collaborating to create a comprehensive 3+2 physician assistant program. Once approved by accrediting bodies, the 3+2 Physician Assistant program would start the first 24-student cohort at Saint Mary’s in the fall of 2019. In the proposed program, students can become a physician assistant in as little as five years— spending three years studying at Saint Mary’s Winona Campus, followed by two years of graduate study in Rochester. The graduate portion of the program will include courses and labs held at Saint Mary’s expanding Cascade Meadow facility in Rochester and hands-on clinical experiences at Mayo Clinic. Students successfully completing the program will earn a bachelor’s degree from Saint Mary’s and a Master of Health Sciences degree in Physician Assistant Studies from Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences.

CASCADE MEADOW Ground was broken Aug. 15 on the Cascade Meadow expansion—with construction expected to be completed in fall of 2018. The addition includes a nearly 10,000-square-foot space estimated to cost $4.4 million, which has been provided by longtime university supporters Jack and Mary Ann (Wera) CST’64 Remick of Rochester. The Remicks’ gift includes an additional $600,000 to be used for program development. The classrooms and meeting spaces will also be used by Saint Mary’s adult learners in other graduate degree programs—expanding Saint Mary’s 32-year commitment to higher education in Rochester.

Early architectural design concept

PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS Saint Mary’s has a longstanding tradition of creating programing when and where it is needed and for preparing students to address the needs of tomorrow. The proposed physician assistant program is one such example. By 2025, a shortage of 124,000 primary care physicians is anticipated, with a high percentage in rural areas. Physician assistants are expected to play a pivotal role in primary patient care as healthcare evolves. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reflects this data, as their predictive models expect 30 percent job growth for physician assistants by 2024, the second-fastest-growing health care profession in the next decade. By offering an option for physician assistant students to focus on rural health care settings, the program seeks to ease the lack of available medical care in rural environments. While 20 percent of the American population lives in rural areas, only 10 percent of doctors practice in these areas. And only 4 percent of family medicine training occurs in these areas, further exacerbating the rural health care issue. Physician assistants can help alleviate this shortage by performing examinations, and diagnosing and treating patients as part of a closely coordinated care team with physicians. Luis Escobar ’12 is currently working as a certified physician assistant at the Mayo Clinic Health System in St. James, Minn., and he can attest that a career as a physician assistant is very rewarding. “I was excited to hear about the proposed collaboration between the Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences and Saint Mary’s University for a physician assistant program,” he said during the university’s groundbreaking at Cascade Meadow. “Physician assistants play a direct role in being of


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Groundbreaking participants included (from left): Amado Guevara, project manager, DLR Group; Abigail Propsom ’19, Cascade Meadow intern; Dr. Michael Silber, dean, Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences; Brother William, Saint Mary’s president; Mary Ann (Wera) Remick CST’64, chair, Saint Mary’s Board of Trustees; Jack Remick, founder, Cascade Meadow; Luis Escobar ’12, physician assistant, Mayo Clinic Health System; and Dan Melbostad, general manager, McGough Construction.

THE REMICKS

Luis Escobar ’12, who is currently working as a certified physician assistant at the Mayo Clinic Health System, spoke during the ground breaking ceremony.

service to others. Working for the Mayo Health System, means being a part of an unbelievable support system. Every medical provider working within Mayo Clinic Health System is equipped to give our patients the best care.” Escobar said the proposed Physician Assistant program would be a tremendous asset to students. “Being able to learn from the best in the nation would be a dream come true for many Saint Mary’s students.”

The Remicks are inspirational champions of education and longtime supporters of Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. As residents of Rochester, the Remicks say they are dedicated to supporting growth in programming beneficial to the area, which is a global destination for health and wellness. Their gift to expand the Cascade Meadow facility and programming will attract talented young students to this area, while helping to fulfill a need in the medical community. Mary Ann is chair of the Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota Board of Trustees, having started her work on the board in 2004. Jack previously served on the board from 1999 to 2004. The Remicks established Cascade Meadow in 2011 and transferred ownership to Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota in 2015. This collaboration with Mayo Clinic is part of Saint Mary’s vision for excellence in the sciences. Other highlights under this initiative include constructing the Science and Learning Center on the Winona Campus, creating a university deanship in the sciences and health professions, launching the John C. Parmer School of Science, and accrediting the doctor of psychology program through the American Psychological Association. ≠


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Lisa Moen discovered that to better serve elderly clients, she needed a doctoral degree in psychology. “In trying to develop an in-home therapy department at the agency I was working for, I realized many doors would close if I did not go back to get my doctorate,” she said. Through her studies, Moen has also found an outlet to further define her career goals. In her dissertation, titled “An Exploration of the Lived Experience Elderly Individuals’ have with factors that influence Sense of Purpose,” she researched how to possibly reinstate a sense of purpose in seniors.

Lisa Moen used the Fund for Psy.D. Dissertation Research to help her transcribe interviews as part of her research about how to recreate a sense of purpose in the elderly population.


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“In my work, I’ve noticed many (seniors) have lost their sense of purpose over time, whether it is due to a loss of employment, loss of spouse, or loss of independence,” she said. “Every day was the same to them, and I came to the realization that something needs to be done to help our elders have opportunities to recreate a sense of purpose in life. I found research studies that looked at factors that influence a sense of purpose in elders but nothing that pointed to how they influence purpose. “My big picture goal is to figure out how these factors influence purpose so we can possibly recreate these opportunities in assisted living situations,” she added. “I decided to do a qualitative study interviewing subjects 75 and older. What I am finding is that for these individuals, it comes down to attitude. It is their perception of how they view life that really influences their purpose.” As the recipient of the Fund for Psy.D. Dissertation Research (FPDR) Scholarship, Moen received financial support in transcribing her many interviews. “I dreaded transcribing my interviews, so learning there was a grant to help me pay to have that done lifted weight off my shoulders,” she said. “It also meant I could focus on other parts of my dissertation. I could really enjoy listening to the interviews and really be engaged in the process of analyzing the data. “I feel it’s very rewarding to be able to listen to their stories, to join them on their journey through this stage of life and be supportive, and to help them have a quality of life that they can truly achieve. It is rewarding to me to make people’s lives better.”

DR. KENNETH SOLBERG Dr. Kenneth Solberg, professor and core faculty in the Psy.D. program, initially started the FPDR with a donation in memory of his parents, Kris and Opal Solberg. His parents had both recently passed away, and he found the fund was a good way to honor their work and continue their legacy. “Dad was a psychologist, and Mom was a nurse,” he said. “I just wanted to remember them and make a gift that would connect to them.” The FPDR is intended to support original student research by providing financial assistance for conducting dissertation projects. Students may be awarded grants between $100 and $500. The fund will be maintained through ongoing donations from faculty, graduates, and friends of the Psy.D. program in Counseling Psychology. Dr. Solberg is currently a half-time core faculty member in the Psy.D. Program. He helped establish the Psy.D. Program at Saint Mary’s and served as its director from 2009-2016. Earlier in his career, Dr. Solberg taught for 18 years in the undergraduate Psychology Department at Saint Mary’s in Winona. He’s worked on and off at Saint Mary’s since 1968. Through the years, he’s seen a direct need for the university to provide additional scholarship support for graduate students. “We require in our doctoral program a dissertation, and we have high expectations. Often students come up with topics where there are some out-of-pocket costs to conduct the research, which might include testing materials, transcribing qualitative interviews, or paying participants stipends,” Dr. Solberg said. “This fund sends the message that the school wants to support them and values research.” It’s Dr. Solberg’s dream to sustain this fund so that any reasonable request would receive funding. “We hope to continue to solicit contributions to support this program into the future,” he said. “If we can continue to replenish the fund, we could make this a sustaining project.” To support the Fund for Psy.D. Dissertation Research, contact Annette Roth at 612-728-5199 or aroth@smumn.edu. ≠

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Five recent Saint Mary’s graduates will tell you that the opportunity to teach a classroom full of young minds—within Catholic schools where faith is at the center of their teaching—is a dream come true. Those dreams were made possible thanks, in part, to scholarships from the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation, through which these education majors received up to $10,000 in support as they were completing their student teaching experience. Broken down, $5,000 supplemented existing institutional scholarships or aid, and $5,000 supported the students’ expenses during their student teaching experience. These education majors then agreed to teach in a Catholic elementary school in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis for a minimum of two years following graduation from Saint Mary’s. Megan Collins ’16—who is currently teaching third-graders at All Saints Catholic School in Lakeville, Minn.—said she has always felt the call to work in Catholic schools. “I feel like teachers are able to build stronger and more meaningful relationships with their students because we are able to connect with faith,” she said. Likewise, Emily Blaser ’16 had always hoped to follow in the footsteps of the Catholic school teachers who shaped her into the person she is today. She wants to inspire her fourth-graders at Frassati Catholic Academy in White Bear Lake, Minn. “I love how faith and education can collide, and I think it is so important to bring God into the classroom,” she said. Cortney Beckman ’17 also remembers the impact her Catholic school teachers made on her since kindergarten. “They knew us individually and greeted us as we walked in the door,” she said. “All of these teachers shaped who I am. Working at a Catholic school means that as a class we are able to start and end our day in prayer, and remind each other of the respect that God would want us to show each other. It is a powerful thing to teach young lives the love that God has for each of them, and to show them that they were perfectly made in God’s image.” Beckman is assistant-teaching preschoolers at St. Peter Catholic School in North St. Paul. Andrea Spurlin ’17 said she’s known her whole life that she’s wanted to be a teacher and work with young children. “I went to a Catholic school as a child, and it has forever held a special spot in my heart,” she said. In her position as a kindergarten teacher with Divine Mercy Catholic School she is teaching the minds and touching the hearts of her students.

Macki Fadness ’16 is different from the others in that she never experienced a Catholic elementary or secondary education growing up. Regardless, she was excited about the possibility of teaching in this environment because of the Catholic schools systems’ high standards and the strong community. Fadness is employed at St. Joseph’s Catholic School in Waconia, Minn., where she teaches middle school social studies and English/language arts and project-based learning with sixth-graders. Another benefit of the Schulze Family Foundation Scholarship is that recipients are connected with Catholic schools who are eager to hire educators who share the same passion for teaching and faith-filled mission. Collins said the scholarship not only supported her financially for the last part of her senior year, it also made her more marketable. “It felt like a blessing to me in a time when I really needed it,” she said. “I was asked to join the staff at All Saints in June, which was quite early. It made me feel secure, confident, and more prepared, as I had the entire summer to prep for my job.” Blaser was approached for her position. “The principal of my school actually reached out to me to see if I was interested in the position because he had received my information from someone who is a part of the foundation,” she said. Beckman said that God led her to her teaching position shortly after graduation as well, which she describes as a “HUGE blessing.” Fadness would highly recommend all education majors apply for this scholarship. The fact that students are put in direct contact with schools was one of the “neatest aspects” of the scholarship, in her opinion. “Once I graduated, I started looking for schools, but was actually being contacted by schools to come interview,” she said. Spurlin said the scholarship gave her an opportunity to do what she loves while relieving some of the financial burdens. Having the support system helped her immensely in finding a position. Each teacher has a difficult time narrowing down the best part of their job. “The best part of my job is getting to be with students every day, helping them get excited about learning, and helping them realize that they are important and loved,” Blaser said. “My students,” Collins said. “It is a blessing to work with them every day. They make my job worthwhile. They are full of so much energy, potential, and life.” “Working with all of my students and having the chance to continually be learning,” Fadness said. “I love having the chance to create a positive


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Andrea Spurlin ’17 said she’s known her whole life that she’s wanted to be a teacher and work with young children. Thanks in part to the Richard Schultz Family Foundation, she is a kindergarten teacher with Divine Mercy Catholic School.

relationship with my students and help guide them into the future. I am also constantly learning new things, especially as a new teacher.” “Seeing all of these wonderful students learn and become so curious about the world around them,” Beckman said. “It is amazing to see that relationship with God grow in them. It is also amazing how much I learn from them! They teach me something new every day, and I am always thankful for the stories they provide me.” “Seeing these amazing kids every day is the best part of my job,” Spurlin said. “I get to see them grow, learn to love God, have fun, and go through challenges but conquer them.”

“The foundation is working hard to help create and maintain excellence in the Catholic elementary schools and recognizes that excellence begins with strong school administrators and classroom teachers,” said Steve Hoeppner, vice president of the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation. “We want outstanding students who are passionate about the work of Catholic schools to be able to choose to teach in one. We understand that choosing to teach in a Catholic school can result in more-modest compensation than for many other types of careers, so our goal is to help these students reduce their school debt loads while attracting more all-star-caliber teachers to the Catholic elementary schools.” ≠


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Dr. Richard Callaway believes that the Lee Gremillion Outstanding D.B.A. Dissertation Award is aptly named. “I think it’s probably because of the word outstanding,” he said. “Lee was an outstanding guy and he inspired students to do outstanding work.” Appropriately, the first recipient of the award, Kassim Abbanesha Hussein D’17, conducted extensive research that exceeded expectations. Dr. Callaway, who currently serves as the program director of the Doctor of Business Administration, worked with Dr. Gremillion for several years. Dr. Gremillion’s death in 2015 deeply affected his colleagues and his students.

“Lee was an excellent instructor,” Dr. Callaway said. “He was demanding in terms of making sure students got the correct information and could do the work, but he was also very willing to work with students. He got nothing but excellent reviews in all the courses he taught for me. That first D.B.A. cohort really felt his loss deeply.” Dr. Gremillion’s specialty was research methods, especially quantitative research. The fact that Hussein, as the Dissertation Award’s first recipient, conducted such comprehensive and complex research and the fact that he was one of the many students inspired by Dr. Gremillion was like fate lending a hand.

Kassim Abbanesha Hussein D’17 received the first Lee Gremillion Outstanding D.B.A. Dissertation Award for his research, “Analysis of the Effectiveness of Anticorruption Legislation in Developing Countries: The Impact on the National Well-Being of Adopting Nations.”


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“When I talked to Kassim and said we were going to give him this award, he teared up because Lee meant that much to him,” Dr. Callaway said. “The fact that Lee continues to affect lives even after he is gone is a wonderful tribute.”

KASSIM ABBANESHA HUSSEIN D’17 When Hussein crossed Saint Mary’s commencement stage on June 3 to receive a Doctor of Business Administration diploma, part of his heart remained in Oromia, Ethiopia. Hussein fled his homeland 26 years ago—leaving behind an unspeakable level of danger and heartbreak. At the tender age of 12, his beloved father was executed by the Ethiopian government because of his political beliefs. His oldest brother, his uncle, and two cousins were also killed for standing up against a corrupt dictatorial government. His youngest brother remains missing after 19 years. “Ethiopia is in political crisis because of what the government is doing to our people,” he said. “People are simply demanding fairness and justice, and the government is responding with bloodshed. Although I came here 26 years ago, unfortunately people are still going through the same life and not knowing what will happen to them when they wake up the next day. As a child, we were suffering. I was afraid the government would come after us. Those who fight for justice and stand up are persecuted or killed. It is dangerous.” Despite Ethiopia having one of the fastestgrowing economies in the world, it remains one of the world’s poorest countries because of a high level of corruption within its government. When Hussein was determining the topic of his dissertation, his memories weighed heavily in his decision, as did his desire to determine whether or not the United Nations Convention against Corruption legislation, negotiated in 2003, has benefited countries like Ethiopia. In “Analysis of the Effectiveness of Anticorruption Legislation in Developing Countries: The Impact on the National Well-Being of Adopting Nations,” Hussein closely examined 43 developing countries, using a series of well-being indicators. “(Hussein’s) research was really well done in terms of experimental design,” Dr. Callaway said. “No other study in the area had included this many countries or this many indicators.” The results, unfortunately, have shown that there have been no significant improvements in the

well-being of the countries Hussein studied. “The intent of the United Nations Convention against Corruption was to improve the well-being of adopting nations by reducing poverty and income inequality through the reduction of corruption, but my research is not showing that has occurred,” he said. Hussein feels a strong pull to social justice. It was his personal connection to Saint Mary’s mission and core values that brought him to the Twin Cities Campus 14 years ago to study in the M.B.A. program. “Saint Mary’s core values are very emotionally appealing for me,” he said. “I saw myself there when I read about Saint Mary’s concern for the poor and for social justice and its respect for all persons. That is very important to me.” After finishing his M.B.A., he returned to the university for his D.B.A. On June 3, he became Saint Mary’s first graduate in the D.B.A. program. A compliance analyst for U.S. Bank, Hussein hopes to use his leadership skills in his career but also hopes to teach part-time to help share his passion for social justice. “My greatest hope for the future is to see justice not only in Ethiopia, but justice everywhere,” he said. ≠

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Saint Mary’s awarded National Science Foundation funding Saint Mary’s University is announcing that a science proposal of close to $100,000 has been funded by the National Science Foundation for 2017-19. The grant will support a project to create hands-on learning tools and corresponding curricula for lower- and upperlevel physics students. The proposal, “Collaborative Research: Raising Physics to the Surface,” was submitted in collaboration by Dr. Elizabeth Gire of Oregon State University; Dr. Robyn Wangberg, associate professor of physics at Saint Mary’s; and Dr. Aaron Wangberg of Winona State University. The three-year exploratory project seeks to improve STEM education by enriching physics courses with tangible 3-D models of multivariable functions. The NSF funding began March 1, 2017 and ends Dec. 31, 2019. Physical systems almost always include quantities that depend on multiple variables. Visualizing these quantities and how they vary is important for a deep understanding of physics, yet this visualization is often difficult. The use of tangible surfaces aids students in visualizing these concepts. “The idea is to promote active engagement, instead of lecture-based learning,” Dr. Robyn Wangberg said. “We want students to discover the relationships instead of just being told them. Research shows this experience helps students deepen their understanding of physics concepts.”

Dr. Wangberg said the project builds on the recent successes of the current NSFfunded “Raising Calculus to the Surface” project. In that project, her husband, Dr. Aaron Wangberg, constructed 3-D clear plastic surface models that have been effectively used at 34 institutions across the U.S. This project expands on his initial idea and creates surfaces that correspond to physics problems. Dr. Gire, Dr. Robyn Wangberg, and Dr. Aaron Wangberg will work together to create open-ended interactive activities utilizing the surfaces designed for physics courses. Specific models will represent systems studied in mechanics, electricity and magnetism, and thermal physics. Dr. Robyn Wangberg will use the surface models in her class studying electricity and magnetism this spring at Saint Mary’s. And in summer of 2018, a workshop funded by the grant will train instructors to use the new materials; the event will be held at Saint Mary’s new Science and Learning Center. ≠


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Dr. Robyn Wangberg displays surface models that have been used in math classes. Similar learning tools will be developed for physics students.


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Consolidated Balance Sheet

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Tuition and fees Less: Scholarships and grants Net tuition and fees Government grants Private gifts and grants Endowment income Other sources Net gain on investments Auxiliary enterprises Total revenues & gains

$71,063,693 ($16,888,533) $54,175,160 $2,682,233 $13,050,292 $1,028,751 $1,166,757 $4,939,636 $8,153,916 $85,196,745

Expenses Instruction $28,662,708 Research $138,758 Public service $5,142,614 Academic support $7,630,418 Student services $10,674,744 Auxiliary enterprises $5,085,650 Institutional support $13,528,246 Annuities payable adjustment ($60,343) Total expenses

$70,802,795

Increase in net assets

$14,393,950

Funds Raised from Development Efforts Friends $8,619,845 Others $1,988,675 Foundations $1,847,379 Alumni $1,446,840 Corporations $183,161 Parents $132,686 Faculty and staff $77,597 Minnesota Private College Fund $29,525 Total funds

$14,325,708

Cash and cash equivalents Receivables Prepaid expenses Endowment investments Other investments Property, plant and equipment Total assets

$15,943,990 $21,608,343 $515,514 $53,834,588 $804,515 $76,881,423 $169,588,373

Liabilities Accounts payable Accrued liabilities Deposits and deferred revenue Asset retirement obligation Contract payable-food service Loans and notes payable Bonds payable Annuities payable Deposit held in custody Government grants refundable Total liabilities

$2,849,328 $1,956,703 $12,401,887 $812,685 $331,590 $1,002,296 $6,966,630 $444,060 $148,669 $2,812,833 $29,726,681

Net Assets Unrestricted $89,343,876 Temporarily restricted $20,344,666 Permanently restricted $30,173,150 Total net assets

$139,861,692

Total liabilities & net assets

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Sources and Uses of Funds 3.15% 1.37% 1.21%

5.80%

Revenues n n n n n n n

Net tuition and fees Private gifts and grants Auxiliary enterprises Net gain on investments Government grants Other sources Endowment income

63.58% 15.32% 9.57% 5.80% 3.15% 1.37% 1.21%

9.57%

63.58% 15.32%

7.19%

Expenses n n n n n n

Instruction Institutional support Student services Academic support Public service Auxiliary enterprises

7.27%

40.53% 19.13% 15.09% 10.79% 7.27% 7.19%

10.79% 40.53%

15.09%

19.13%

Funds Raised from Development Efforts n n n n n n n n

Friends Others Foundations Alumni Corporations Parents Faculty and staff Minnesota Private College Fund

60.16% 13.88% 12.90% 10.10% 1.28% 0.93% 0.54% 0.21%

1.28% 0.93% 0.54% 0.21%

10.10%

12.90% 60.16%

13.88%

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HONOR ROLL OF CONTRIBUTORS JUNE 1, 2016–MAY 31, 2017


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TOGETHER AND BY ASSOCIATION Saint Mary’s University is part of a Lasallian global network that includes about 4,000 De La Salle Christian Brothers and 90,000 colleagues engaged in the Lasallian educational mission for more than 850,000 students in some 1,000+ schools and educational centers in 79 countries. “Together and by association,” we are carrying on the spirit of Saint John Baptist de La Salle. It is our great honor to list the names of our alumni, parents, organizations and friends who have chosen to invest in Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. Our benefactors shape the university’s future and ensure even greater excellence for the students we serve. Thank you for being part of our family. These lists reflect contributions made from June 1, 2016 through May 31, 2017. The giving levels are as follows: ANNUAL CIRCLES

CUMULATIVE GIVING SOCIETIES

• Heffron Circle Giving Level: $100-$999

• Saint Joseph Society Giving Level: $250,000-$499,999

• Presidents Circle Giving Level: $1,000-$4,999

• Saint Thomas More Society Giving Level: $500,000-$749,999

• Lasallians Circle Giving Level: $5,000-$9,999

• Saint John Baptist de La Salle Society Giving Level: $750,000-$999,999

• DLS Christian Brothers Circle Giving Level: $10,000-$24,999 • Saint John Baptist de La Salle Circle Giving Level: $25,000-$49,999 • Saint Mary’s Circle Giving Level: $50,000+

• Saint Mary’s Society Giving Level: $1,000,000+

PLANNED GIVING SOCIETY • Lasallian Legacy Society

We remain grateful to our benefactors and we remember them all, living and departed, in our prayers each day. Saint Mary’s University has made every effort to ensure the accuracy of these lists. If, however, you notice errors or omissions, please bring it to our attention so we may promptly correct our records and the online listing. To notify us of changes, contact Megan Sadowski M’08, Director of Operations and Stewardship, at msadowsk@ smumn.edu.


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CUMULATIVE GIVING SOCIETIES SAINT MARY’S SOCIETY

($1,000,000+) Honoring Mary—the Blessed Mother and patroness of our university. Anonymous (3) Sandra Adducci Mary Burrichter and Bob Kierlin Marjorie Galvin Michael M. ’62 and Joette Gostomski Betty Z. Kabara John D. and Mary Ann (Wera) CST’64 Remick Howard J. Toner ’66 Kathleen Nosbusch Toner

SAINT JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SALLE SOCIETY

($750,000-$999,999) Honoring John Baptist de La Salle— founder of the De La Salle Christian Brothers and patron saint of Christian educators. Brother Louis DeThomasis, FSC Dr. Eugene T. ’53 and Sistie McEnery Donald B. ’51 and Jean (Joyce) CST’55 Regan

SAINT THOMAS MORE SOCIETY

($500,000-$749,999) Honoring Thomas More—lawyer, literary scholar, and Lord Chancellor of England. Known for his moral integrity, Thomas More was martyred for his refusal to compromise his religious beliefs and conscience to render allegiance to the king. The chapel on the university’s Winona Campus is named in honor of Thomas More. Mary A. Dempsey ’75 David R. ’59 and Marlys Thies

SAINT JOSEPH SOCIETY

($250,000-$499,999) Honoring Joseph—husband of Mary, head of the Holy Family, and patron saint and protector of the universal Catholic Church. Anonymous Monique N. Duncan John A. Ehlert ’67 Peg Figliulo James and Marlene Fugere Lara M. Kierlin Brother William Mann, FSC Paul J. ’64 and Carole Meyer Will and Shirley Oberton Joseph J. ’67 and Barbara Ross Terrance K. ’76 and Kathleen (Conway) ’78 Russell Patrick A. ’75 and Linda Salvi Michael ’66 and Sue Simmers Mary Jane (Nystrom) Straub CST’52 Robert H. ’67 and Patricia Wheeler Mary Pat (Navins) Wlazik ’73 Debbie Wojcik

SAINT MARY’S CIRCLE

($50,000+) Honoring Mary—the Blessed Mother and patroness of our university. Anonymous (3) Mary Burrichter and Bob Kierlin Dr. Jan F. Chlebowski ’65 Michael M. ’62 and Joette Gostomski Mark F. ’81 and Aileen Hansen Betty Z. Kabara John D. and Mary Ann (Wera) CST’64 Remick Terrance K. ’76 and Kathleen (Conway) ’78 Russell Sandra (Kaiser) Simon CST’72

SAINT JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SALLE CIRCLE ($25,000-$49,999) Honoring Saint John Baptist de La Salle—founder of the De La Salle Christian Brothers and patron saint of Christian educators.

Sandra Adducci William M. Bonnamy ’73 Brother William Mann, FSC Dr. Robert F. ’67 and Marilyn O’Dea Andrew Remick Patrick A. ’75 and Linda Salvi David R. ’59 and Marlys Thies

DLS CHRISTIAN BROTHERS CIRCLE

($10,000-$24,999) Honoring the over 5,000 DLS Christian Brothers worldwide who carry out the work of De La Salle, providing a Christian education to young people and adults, especially the poor and marginalized. Christian Brothers have served Saint Mary’s since 1933. Anonymous (3) Dr. James A. ’61 and Dorothy Barter Mike and Linda Cichanowski James L. ’69 and Marianne Coogan Mary A. Dempsey ’75 Margaret (Hans) ’76 and Stephen Diebold Dr. John M. ’77 and Joan (Fallon) CST’78 Domanico John A. Ehlert ’67 Robert M. ’76 and Kim (Febel) CST’76 Figliulo Stanley J. ’64 and Judith Getch James L. Horan ’72 John G. ’67 and Mary (Yule) CST’69 Jelinek Charles G. ’66 and Katherine Joseph

Anthony ’63 and Carol Ann Jurewicz William J. and Marta R. Krug Linda A. Kuczma ’78 Dr. Lorin I. ’52 and Janet Nevling Gerald V. ’62 and Pat W. Papenfuss Donald B. ’51 and Jean (Joyce) CST’55 Regan Dr. Lawrence A. ’66 and Rill Ann Reuter Joseph J. ’67 and Barbara Ross John J. ’76 and Mantea Schmid Irvin K. ’51 and Rita Silchuck Dr. Robert W. ’76 and Dr. Ann (O’Connor) ’77 Trauscht Marc J. Weisenburger ’75 Merle F. Wilberding ’66 Mary Pat (Navins) Wlazik ’73

LASALLIANS CIRCLE ($5,000-$9,999) Honoring the over 80,000 lay colleagues who partner with the Christian Brothers in teaching over 1 million students in 82 countries. Saint Mary’s is a Lasallian community of faith, service, and leadership.

Dr. Donald and Mariann Alsum Thomas J. ’58 and Gail Baryl Barbara (Bennett) Burchill CST’71 John J. ’89 and Kathryn (Mullins) ’89 Burke Michael J. ’73 and Sally (Weldon) ’74 Cannon Gerry Cichanowski John S. ’69 and Mary Comford Brother Kevin Convey, FSC Brother Patrick Conway, FSC ’75, M’80 James R. Cooney ’60 Lorraine (Purcell) ’77 and Gerrit DeBruin A. Richard ’63 and Janice Deitering Dr. James R. ’79 and Anne (Lock) ’79 Dolan Michael J. ’66 and Claudia (Drvota) CST’68 Dooley Michael G. ’76 and Elizabeth (Skiba) ’76 Dougherty Dr. Marilyn Frost James J. ’77 and Jeanne (Mullins) ’77 Gannon Brother Nicolas Gonzalez, FSC Thomas M. Harvick ’67 and Elizabeth Joyce William C. ’70 and Kathy (Stransky) CST’71 Herzog Timothy P. ’70 and Jennifer Horan Robert A. ’61 and Marilyn (Wolf) CST’61 Janka

Stephen L. and Frances Kieselhorst Audrey P. and Ron E. Kintzi Thomas H. ’66 and Ann CST’66 Klein Dr. John W. ’76 and Deborah (Cantieri) ’77 Kolb Dr. Randy J. Krainock and Dr. Kristie K. Shappell Thomas and Mary Gerry Lee Joyce Letven† Adeline and Bernard Lococo, FSC ’58, M’63, Charitable Fund John R. ’84 and Judy (Mullins) ’83 Lucas Edward T. and Lucretia Mann Dr. Ruth M. Mathews ’76, M’81 Brother Michael McGinniss, FSC Paul J. ’64 and Carole Meyer Thomas J. ’86 and Joan (Cox) ’88 Mullins Michael J. ’74 and Sharon Mullins Kenneth J. ’59 and Rita Ortman Peter D. ’70 and Mary Ann Pearson Matthew P. ’08 and Meghan (Johnson) ’09 Peyton Brother David Poos, FSC Brother Gustavo Ramirez Barba, FSC Walter and Mary Ann Riebenack Brother Larry Schatz, FSC Brian J. ’92 and Shannon (Mullins) ’93 Smith Dr. Mike D. and Dr. Pat M. Sommerville Celeste L. Suchocki Katherine Vennetti Bernie and Jan L. Wagnild Peter ’78 and Anne (Frundt) ’77 Wildenborg Charles S. ’76 and Terry Wolande Dr. James A. ’66 and Ann Marie Zagzebski Ralph J. ’67 and Marianne Zito

PRESIDENTS CIRCLE

($1,000-$4,999) Honoring the university’s 13 presidents, who have led Saint Mary’s with a commitment to both its Lasallian Catholic tradition and the advancement of the university’s mission. Mark ’82 and Christine (Calabrese) ’82 Ayotte Dr. John N. ’65 and Ellen Barrett Dr. Kevin F. Barrett ’75 Michael E. ’62 and Kathryn Barrett John W. ’54 and Jane (Ritter) CST’55 Beaty Michael J. ’80 and Lori Bedessem † deceased

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James and Maribeth (Latterell) CST’72 Bedtke Kevin J. ’08 and Katherine Black Nancy (Knott) ’83 and William Blakely John L. ’64 and Mary (Broghammer) CST’64 Boege Edward J. Bohrer ’57 Chuck M. Bolton ’80 Todd S. ’85 and Mary Borndale William J. Boulger, Jr. ’60 Judge Arthur J. ’71 and Kate (Fromelt) CST’71 Boylan Rev. James I. Bream ’60 Most Rev. Robert H. Brom ’60 Dr. Frank W. ’62 and Jean Browning Mildred M. Bulaga John C. ’66 and Catherine Calabrese Thomas C. ’70 and Bonnie Callen Leonard J. ’51† and Marjorie E. (VonFeldt) M’85, CST’53 Canning Dr. Samuel J. Cascio ’48 Terry (Malloy) ’71 and Chuck Chism Donald J. ’63 and Judith Christl Arthur L. ’61 and Melody Clark Jean I. Clarke M’79 Thomas F. ’78 and Mary (Cunningham) ’76 Clasen Deidre (Chase) ’84 and Brian Clingen John J. ’58 and Patricia Coffey Sheila A. Collins ’76 and David Vargo Stephen A. ’78 and Camille Coman Philip and Kathryn Cottle T. William Coughlan, AFSC ’65 Timothy J. ’68 and Susan (Larsen) CST’68 Coyne Dr. David M. ’65 and Gayle Cratty Thomas J. ’59 and Helen Daly Dr. Paul D. ’85 and Susan (Gibart) CST’85 Degallier Dr. Mark and Catherine Dienhart Dr. Larry J. and Shirley† Dieterman Myrna Donovan James F. ’64 and Mary (St. John) CST’65 Dougherty Richard J. ’61 and Marianne (Doran) CST’61 Drogosz Dr. Robert F. ’73 and Janet Duffy Kevin P. ’76 and Susan (McGuire) CST’76 Dunigan Stephen R. ’66 and Debra Dybsky Michael J. Dyer ’91 Thomas E. ’67 and Mary Ann Dyer James and Mary Eddy Conner ’15 and Christine (Volk) ’15 Ellinghuysen Dr. Edward A. ’59 and Edna Ellis Lt. Col. Damian G. ’63 and Susan Evans Vincent J. Fahnlander Susan A. M’08 and Timothy Fangel Julia (Edmunds) ’94 and Sean Farnan Michael M. Feeney ’64 Philip E. ’52 and Barbara Feiten Dr. Nicole L. Fennern D’17 and Jamie N. Herrick

James R. ’71 and Ruhan Figliulo Roy C. ’60 and Lucille (Farley) CST’60 Fisher Michael L. ’74, M’96 and Mary Flynn Dr. Michael T. ’75 and Priscilla Flynn Dr. John E. ’74 and Marcine Forrette Donald C. Gancer ’55 Thomas J. Garden ’64 Anthony J. Garvy Charles J. Gatz ’66 Joanne D. Ghiselli ’75 Dr. Charles K. ’77 and Kerry Gilarski Lawrence J. ’57 and Letha Gillis Harrie A. Goedde ’48 Dr. Timothy J. ’01, M’06, D’14 and Ashley (Dingels) ’05 Gossen Dr. Bobbie (Smith) Gostout ’83 Raymond R. ’55 and Dolores Greabe Joseph R. ’89 and Meri Guillou Dr. Henry J. ’75 and Mila Handler Gordon M. Hannon ’86 and Chip Payos Sarah and William Harris Jay ’66 and Signe Heffern Dr. David L. Hegg ’53 Michael P. ’74 and Dr. Cecilia (Carroll) ’74 Heiges John M. ’67 and Rachelle Hendele Dr. Patric ’61 and Carole (Dwyer) CST’61 Hendershott Jerry J. and Noreen Hennessy Patrice M. Henning ’84 Dr. Jeffrey R. Highland Robert R. ’77 and Ann Hildreth Joseph M. Hill ’69 James E. ’74 and Ann Hoey Dr. Robert A. ’56 and Barbara (Plunkett) CST’57 Hoffman A. Michael Holzemer ’66 Michael J. ’82 and Kathleen (Wolf) ’83 Horvath Jan F. Hosea M’97 Colleen (Garrett) Huey ’80 Dr. Robert T. ’78 and Mary (O’Loughlin) ’80 Husfield William E. Ibe ’55 Derek P. and Dana Jackson Henry P. ’83 and Noreen Jakobsze Craig Jensen C’98 Douglas W. ’63 Johnson and Lenore Else Matthew J. and Donna Johnson John A. Kaiser ’15 Mel J. ’86 and Dr. Julie (Meehan) ’84 Kaiser Daniel F. Keegan ’55 Dr. Lawrence J. Keller ’62 Michael T. Kelly Diane Kemper Christopher Q. ’79, M’95 and Jennifer (Potvin) ’84 Kendall Joseph S. Kerns ’67 George W. ’61 and Mary Ann (Munao) CST’62 Kies Hon. Thomas L. ’78 and Mary (Hildebrand) ’79 Kilbride Michael J. ’84 and Caroline (Tschida) ’87 Kinne Patrick K. Kobler ’77 Kent and Jeanne Kollmer

Jeffrey and Carol Koplan Dr. Richard M’67 and Rose Kowles Patrick J. Krieger ’14 Gregory M. ’79 and Kathleen (Kust) ’79 Kruzel Fred A. ’54 and Suzanne (Larkin) CST’54 Kueppers Robert T. ’64 and Barbara Kueppers Roger D. Kurdys ’64 Andrew G. ’65 and Janet Kurz Dr. Michael E. ’63 and Kathleen (Sheedy) CST’64 Kurz Dr. Thomas E. ’73 and Barbara Kwiatt Michael J. ’77 and Linda (Hines) CST’79 Laak Nancy Laser ’77 Eugene F. ’54 and Gwen Lavin Lloyd and Sandy Lee Dale F. ’74 and Linda Lieb Martin J. ’62 and Cathy Lillig Dr. Michael A. Linden ’98 and Marc Schulte Mary Kay Locher Douglas E. ’81 and Susan (Malovac) ’83 Luebbe Dr. Larry and Janet Luttmers Dr. Wayne E. Mackie ’62 Alisa Macksey Dr. Thomas F. ’57 and Beatrice Maguire Michele M. Mahoney ’94 and John Keenan Cynthia Marek and Doug Lofthus Annette Margarit Dr. Thomas O. D’04 and Cathy Marpe Susan and Walter Marshall John O. ’58 and Mary Jo Martin Ted R. Mathis ’77 Stephen R. Mayer ’66 Aloysius M ’65 and Theresa (Neitzel) CST’67 Mazig William ’60 and Dr. Mercedes (Brabender) CST’61 McGowen Dr. Mark J. ’61 and Janet Melancon Brandon and Wendy Melz Ann E. M’95 and Mark Merchlewitz Charles Mertensotto ’63 Michael W. Mezzano ’17 Nicholas A. ’03 and Missy Michaels Bill and Julie Mikkelson Dr. Gerard J. ’62 and Janice Mikol Mary Beth (Glynn) ’75 and Chas Mikrut Francis Miley ’02 James ’58 and Marianne (McGrath) CST’58 Miller Dr. Merri L. Moody M’88 William C. ’84 and Andrea (Staley) ’13 Moore Mary J. Moxness CST’71 Dr. Paul F. ’81 and Patricia (Gies) ’81 Mulcahy Thomas J. ’59 and Sheliah Mulvaney Leroy H. ’54† and LaVerne Mungai Kevin J. ’85 and Kay Murphy Benjamin S. ’96 and Robyn Murray Jeb Myers Russell E. ’91 and Michelle Neitzke Lee P. Newman Gregory ’80 and Peggy Nilles

Dr. Orest R. ’57 and Mary Ann Ochrymowycz Dr. John F. O’Connell III ’80 Dr. Paul M. ’69 and Kathleen (Powers) CST’69 Oliaro Jennifer (Claire) Olmstead ’91 Lindsy (Nelson) ’05, M’06 O’Shea and Dr. Patrick O’Shea Robert H. ’66 and Margaret Paradise Louis F. ’66 and Eileen Parker Katherine E. M’09, M’13 and Steven Pederson Richard C. ’83 and Bryn Perna Dennis and Sally E. Phenow Anthony M., AFSC ’69, M’82 and Kathleen (Ordahl) CST’70 Piscitiello Sal F. ’67 and Eileen Polizzotto John D. Polka ’64 Thomas J. Purtell, Jr. ’68 Dr. John A. D’02 and Gretchen Pyle Roger J. ’66 and Betty Pytlewski Most Rev. John M. Quinn Lori (Nelson) ’80 and Joseph Quinn Dr. Karen J. Rainford D’14 Christopher A. ’85 and Christine (Heyda) ’86 Rath John S. ’80 and Victoria Redpath Dr. Todd and Terri Reinhart Mary (Smith) ’90 and Richard Renk Robert G. ’77 and Debra Rettig Robert G. and Myrtland Rettig Dr. Steven W. ’79 and Susan Rice John W. ’48 and Joan Richter Duane Rivard Thomas J. ’73 and Susan (Fiegen) ’75 Rodell Alec R. Rolain ’16 Thomas and Judith Rowley Mary Jean (Freese) ’78 and Robert Rumer Michael J. ’77 and Pamela (Langer) Ryan ’78 John J. ’73 and Christine (Dohring) CST’74 Sabados Ernie and Carol Sarason David F. Savickas ’62 Robert and Joan Schaupp Brother Robert Schieler, FSC Susan E. Schmidt ’85 Margaret (Dise) ’81 and Thomas Schneider Jack J. Schodowski ’51 Dr. William R. Schreck, Jr. ’63 and Diane Buck Mark ’99 and Janel (Wren) ’01 Sedevic Lawrence P. Shomion ’69 James H. ’53 and Jeanne Shrake Loras H. ’60 and Rose Sieve Dr. Ronald J. ’61 and Marcia Simone Robert C. ’49 and Frances (Perry) CST’51† Skemp Dr. Frederick C. ’57 and Jean (Purcell) CST’60 Skemp Ray and Marianne Skowyra Steve and Barb Slaggie Dr. John Smarrelli, Jr. Colleen (Mowdy) ’96 and David Smith † deceased


2016-2017 INVESTOR’S REPORT Brother Robert J. Smith, FSC ’76 Walter E. ’81 and Mary (Moore) ’82 Smithe Dr. LeRoy ’66 and Sandy Sprang Thomas A. ’75 and Jolyn Stanley Robert P. ’74 and Debbie Stapleton Angela (Scully) ’76 and Geoffrey Steger Gregory ’74 and Catherine (Trusk) ’76 Stevens John A. ’67 and Rita Stevens William and Sabrina Stevens Robert J. ’49 and Lucille Stiever Dr. Frank A. ’55 and Marian Swicker Reid S. Thebault ’68 and Cathi Duchon Dr. Matthew A. ’61 and Mary Fran (Gallagher) CST’61 Toth Frank and Dr. Carol (Wiltgen) CST’76 Trotter Dr. Donald G. ’65 and Jane Truhlar Paul F. ’76 and Susan Trunk Robert K. ’66 and Charlotte Udziela George A. ’65 and Cathy Valaika Dr. F. Lee ’63 and Mamiko Van Horn Sarah (Weir) ’10 and Patrick van Staveren Father Robert H. Vandenberg ’47 Bryan H. M’13 and Kim A. Volk Dale M. ’72 and Nancy Wagner Vincent J. ’72 and Kathleen (Bishop) ’74 Walker Matthew J. Waters M’80 Walter G. ’79 and Rita Weisenburger Michael T. ’66 and Susan (Haeny) CST’66 Whalen Robert H. ’67 and Patricia Wheeler Paul J. ’85 and Mary E. M’05, C’06 Wildenborg Richard B. ’57 and Suzanne Willett Richard E. ’73 and Ann (Pitzen) ’74 Williams Nancy A. Wiltgen ’75 Charles F. Wiser, Jr. ’56 Sophia Yang John J. ’82 and Katherine (Brooker) ’83 Zachary

HEFFRON CIRCLE

($100-$999) Honoring the vision of Bishop Patrick R. Heffron, who founded Saint Mary’s in 1912. Anonymous (11) Lorelei D. Abernethy, CFRE M’08 Krin Abraham Thomas K. ’64 and Carole Ahern Paul F. Albrecht ’79 August P. ’70 and Tracy (Reynolds) CST’72 Aleksy Jodie Alexander Richard and Cora Alley Dr. Francis J. Amore ’66 Rudolph R. ’61 and Lucy Anderle Robert G. Andersen Chad Anderson Corey L. ’99 and Stacey (Simenson) ’00 Anderson

Marshall L. ’66 and Karen Anderson Jerry and Mary (Burke) ’90 Anderson Robert H. Andrew ’65 and Kathy Smith-Andrew Cmdr. Frederick H. ’59 and Alice Andrus Karen Angell David P. and Janelle E. Ansell Father David L. Arnoldt ’64 Dr. Eric W. ’99 and Laura (Erickson) ’99 Aschenbrenner Gretchen M’69 and Benjamin Atkinson Dr. Sarah D. Aubert ’97 and Erik Meyer James J. Austin W. Brett and Dr. Carolyn J. Ayers Elizabeth Bach Francis J. Backe ’54 Danielle L. Bailey ’95 Steven F. ’83 and Maureen Bailey Marie (Hodapp) ’77 and Harry Baldwin Frank and Susan Banda Msgr. Stephen T. Barnett ’66 Tom and Marlene Barr Robert R. ’86 and Jane Bartz David R. Barry ’15 Kristine (Gutzmann) ’79 and Peter Bauer Michael J. ’86 and Wendy Bauers Edmund O. Baumann ’54 Gerald and Julianne Baustian Dr. Rose M. Beal George and Dawn Beall Lawrence E. and Sandra Beall Dr. James G. Beaudry ’49 Jose and Silvia Becerra Celeste Bechdolt Bernard ’53 and Patricia Beck Dean A. and Debra Beckman Patricia J. and Michael A. Beech Bonnie Beery Brian K. and Laura Behling Roger A. Belmonte, Jr. ’74 Jeremy R. Belsky M’03 Col. Patrick J. ’67 and Susie Bennett Donald Bennewitz ’52 Ian R. ’03 and Anna Bents Dr. Suzanne A. Bergfalk ’88 David J. Berlund and Erin TentisBerglund Morris ’61 and Rita Berk Lindsay (Haus) ’04 and Tim Berkseth Dr. Edward W. Bermes Jr. ’54 Mark L. ’83 and Jeanine (Baldwin) ’83 Bermes George and Phyllis Betzold Larry S. Beyna ’67 Susan (Kane) ’81 and Ernest Bezemes Dr. Jimmy Bickerstaff and Paula Harrigan Jennnifer (Cochran) ’05, M’08 and Trevor Biederman Dr. James E. ’61 and Margaret (Williams) CST’62 Bierden Alex G. Bilski ’12 Matthew A. ’07 and Jocelyn Bilski Robert Birkhauser Anita (Hennessy) ’93 and Rick Birmingham David A. Bissen ’56

Brent V. and Dr. Karen Bjorngaard Dr. Leslie D’07 and Gary Bleskachek Andrew W. and Alison J. Block Dr. David E. Blume ’83 James M. Boback ’63 Jerome J. ’61 and Dolores (Beer) CST’61 Bock Edward J. ’64 and Judith (Martens) CST’64 Boduch Dr. Ronald J. ’62 and Karen Boduch Christopher D. Bogie ’11 Ashley L. Bollig ’15 Gregory and Lisa Bollig John Bollito Peggy Boswell Rosemarie Boulanger Thomas Bouquet ’66 Steven M. Boussie ’11 Daniel F. ’66 and Joan Boyce Neil G. ’91 and Jennifer (Smith) ’91 Boyle Father Peter B. Brandenhoff ’65 Rebecca (Hazelton) Bratulich ’94, M’98 Bradley I. Brehm Robert J. ’63 and Nancy (Boles) CST’63 Brien Tom Brierton Joseph H. ’70 and Susan Brisch James E. ’56 and Mary (Keohan) CST’57 Bristow Jack V. Brodt Philip J. ’47 and Anne Brokenshire Daniel J. ’83 and Angela (Coleman) ’85 Broos Michael G. Broos ’81, C’00 Sarah C. Broos Nancy M. and James R. Brown Thomas C. Bruckner ’85 Paul W. ’76 and Judy Brueggemann Allan J. ’75 and Colleen (Geary) ’76 Brunner Daniel J. Bruton ’85 Edward J. ’77 and Masilina Budi Dean D. and Shirley Buerkle Scott and Julie Buerkle Diane M. Bufano ’83 John and Rita Burckhardt Brian E. ’81 and Sandra (Linke) ’81 Burke Kathleen A. Busch ’11 Carol A. Byrne Dr. David L. ’85 and Lisa Byron Vickie (Speltz) ’01 and Jon Cada Joseph P. ’71 and Antoinette Cain Phillip F. Cain ’56 John F. Calhoun ’74 Dr. Richard E. Callaway Humberto E. ’82 and Susan (Stefan) ’81 Campos Robert E. Canchola ’78 Lawrence J. ’76 and Laura Cap William A. ’81 and Tina Capraro Mary Anne Carpenter Brother Francis Carr, FSC ’66 Lawrence and Sandra Carrington Patricia (Richards) ’77 and Jim Carroll Timothy C. Carroll ’84 Gary C. and Catherine Carruthers Derrick L. ’96 and Alyssa (Gostomski) ’98 Carter Paige J. Carter ’13 Daniel A. Cascio ’80

Leo J. ’47 and Claire Casey J. Patrick ’59 and Charlotte Cashin Victor C. ’75 and Nancy (Lorenz) ’76 Cassato Neil P. Cassidy Col. Joseph L. Castonguay ’63 Dr. Susan (Orlowski) Caulfield ’80 Dr. Gerald D. Cavanaugh ’57 James E. ’91 and Molly (Crosby) ’91 Cave Richard J. Cech ’80 Darlene Centeno ’14 Robert A. ’72 and Jean (Wagner) CST’73 Cern Dr. Joseph C. ’56 and Karen Cerniglia Patrick M. ’69 and Phyllis Cerone Gregory and Kathleen Charko Thomas E. ’68 and Elizabeth (Krembs) CST’68 Charnecki Michael J. ’79 and Dr. Lori Charron Susan (Stompanato) ’76 and John Cherry Zachary L. Chicos ’82 Michael Chmurski Ken and Cay Chock Dr. Paul R. Christensen D’11 Dr. David A. ’68 and Kathy (Greden) CST’69 Christenson Karen A. Christenson Liza M. M’08 and Nick M’15 Cichowicz Brother J. William Clarey, FSC, Ph.D. ’62, M’67 William A. ’76 and Margaret (Hansen) ’79 Clarey Dr. Erin Mae Clark Robert F. ’66 and Candes Clifford E. Lee ’61 and Pat Cogan James G. ’58 and Clara Coleman Terrance J. ’65 and Carol Coleman Michael J. ’03, M’06 and Annette ’01, M’06 Collins Donald and Karen Collins Jerry J. ’62 and Catherine (Miller) CST’63 Collins Joanne (Braasch) ’74 and Kerry Collins Dr. Stephen P. Collins ’60 Jacob E. Colwell ’14 Leonard W. ’62 and Judith Condon William L. Connelly ’59 Alan T. ’97, C’10 and Kathryn (Kadlec) ’97 Conniff Timothy L. ’77 and Diane Connolly Robert J. Connor ’76 Elizabeth Connors Robert and Julie Conover Mary Frances (Coffey) ’83 and Tim Conrad Kevin M. Conran ’76 Dr. Timothy and Kathy Conway Thomas F. ’77 and Jan Cosgrove Anthony J. and Mary Costa William E. ’65 and Joetta Costello Thomas M. Craig ’64 Edward P. Cremerius ’54 Kelly G. Cresswell M’08 Linda K. Crosby Elizabeth C. Crozier ’88 Daniel P. ’64 and Joanne Cullnan Dr. William C. ’70 and Norine (McCahill) CST’73 Cunningham Shirley (Hazelton) Curbow ’84 John D. Currie Donald G. ’67 and Sandra Curtin † deceased

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John P. ’83 and Jane Cushing David W. ’10 and Lindsey Dahlstrom Capt. Gene E. Dahm ’62 Bob Dale Dr. Gene ’65 and Tay D’Amour Dr. James P. Daniel ’68 Ernest G. ’57 and Catherine Dawson Timothy and Carol Day Dr. Michael J. De Stefano ’67 Richard R. ’65 and Mildred Dehlinger Dr. J. Scott ’87 and Anne Delaplain Janice M’02 and David Delozier Austin A. DeMuth ’03 Timothy R. ’83 and Laurene (Gacek) ’83 Demuth Drew J. Denning ’15 Dr. Kevin and Melissa A. Dennis Dr. Samuel G. Dennison ’68 Suzanne (Zablocki) Deranek ’83 Michael J. ’70 and Mary (Mahon) CST’71 Desmond Corey B. ’01 and Julia Detert Wayne E. Detzler M’03 Teisha (Smith) ’00 and David Devine George Diaz M’10 Dr. Richard F. ’76 and Jean Diaz Richard M. ’59 and Nancy Purdy Diaz Ann C. Dickey ’10 Brother Konrad Diebold, FSC ’61, M’69 John C. Schollmeier and Dr. Dorothy E. Diehl Marisa (Wilson) Dille ’01 William and Lisa Dillon Dr. Joseph V. Discipio Thomas and Barbara Ditty Joseph T. ’66 and Eugenia Dixon Kim R. Dockter M’98 Mary Doerr Audrey Doherty Susan R. Doherty M’12 James A. ’52 and Patricia (Olson) CST’53 Dolan Bruce and Laura Dolitsky Laura (Kieltyka) Donohue ’85 Keith E. Donovan ’06, M’14 Gerald R. ’61 and Mary (Graff) CST’63 Dooley Dr. Timothy A. ’69 and Mary Dooley Michelle A. Dougherty ’08 Daniel and Bernadette Dow Richard J. Dowd ’70 Michael A. Downes-Borowski ’08 Martin F. ’83 and Courtney Doyle Dawn Drake William R. Dresback ’69 Edward ’58 and Joanne Driscoll Deacon Raymond L.F. DuBois M’08 Lance R. M’05 and Christine Duellman Jacqueline (Olson) ’97 and Daron DuLac James and Rachel Dunlap Terrence and Maureen Dunne Jerome S. ’94 and Melissa Dunphy David and Chris Dux Dr. John E. ’66 and Catherine Dvorak Richard E. ’66 and Diana Earley John H. ’75 and Gladys Ebert

Peggy and Larry Ebert Francis Eby Lawrence and Paula Eby Valerie Edwards Robeson and Dr. Lane Robeson Carolyn M. Egeberg M’08 Douglas J. ’67 and Donna Eichten Kathleen (Crozier) ’84 and David Eikens Jeffrey and Melissa Elder Joseph C. ’68 and Sandy Ellis Richard A. ’69 and Irene Embacher Gary L. ’67 and Theresa Engel Dr. William C. ’70 and Claudia (Goldstrand) CST’71 Engeland Richard Erickson Andy and Paige Erwin Dr. Roxanne Eubank Courtney A. Euerle ’14 Theresa (Kukowski) ’83 and Greg Evans Chris and Ame Evoy Debra J. Fagan M’03 Gerald ’60 and Lillian Fair Amy Falkenberg David and Denise Faust Scott W. ’87 and Susan Faust William and Elizabeth Faust Robert F. ’80 and Christiane (Schasane) ’81 Febel Laurel A. Feddema ’83 Dr. Sonia N. Feder-Lewis and Michael Lewis David E. ’75 and Carole Feeney Dr. John ’65 and Cherie (Fitzsimmons) CST’65 Fenstermaker Michael T. Feriancek ’13 Sharon (Johnson) ’83 and Greg Fiebiger Donald E. ’74 and Margaret Figliulo Joseph D. Figliulo ’10 Daniel M ’64 and Beatrice (Liske) CST’64 Finn Stanley J. ’68 and Suzanne Fiorito Father John M. Fischer ’82 Richard P. and Anita Fischer Christopher R. Fisette ’09 Robert F. Fisher ’97, M’06 C. A. ’61 and Patricia Fitzmaurice F. M. Fitzpatrick ’68 John F. ’57 and Delores (Korback) CST’57 Fitzsimmons Joseph T. ’64† and Kathy Flad Henry and Germaine Flaig Barbara A. Flasch M’95 Patrick J. ’85 and Mary (McElroy) ’85 Fleming Fredrick R. Fletcher Dr. Joseph R. ’08 and Cassie (Ward) ’09 Flynn Mary Flynn Patrick E. ’63 and Ann (Dalsin) CST’63 Flynn Patrick J. and Marlene Flynn Karen L. Ford ’93 Kevin T. ’96 and Katie (Frcka) ’96 Ford Stephen F. Ford ’88 William J. ’61 and Sheila Ford Jeff and Kathy Fosmo Joseph Fox June M. and Timothy Fox David J. ’93, M’03 and JoAnn Frahm

Bonnie (Sauerer) ’79 and Stephen Francisco Terry Fraser Patrick K. ’67 and Sandie Frawley Dennis S. ’71 and Barbara Frederick Dr. Alan J. ’52 and Dorothy Fredian Dr. Timothy B. ’02 and Kristin (Sellner) ’01 Fredricks Thomas E. ’62 and Maureen Fremgen Mark Freund Carrie (Dunn) ’80 and Rich Frey Terrance and Paula Friedman Maribeth Friend Lisa M. Furey ’91 Anthony and Karen Fuscone Heidi (Voth) ’97, C’98, M’99 and Merle Gaedy Dr. John R. and Patricia Gaertner Andrea J. Gage Joan M. M’94 and Russell Gagne Sherwood and Sally Gaines Mark W. ’79 and Dr. Susan (Gretz) ’81 Galatowitsch Gary and Ellen Galbavy Thomas A. Galbraith ’62 Joseph W. Gale ’81 Donald J. ’54 and Erna Gallagher A. Robin Gallagher-McEnery M’71 and Charles McEnery Ms. Margaret C. Gallivan ’84 Elizabeth (Rigali) ’85 and Thomas Galvin Kevin M. Gannon ’13 Sonja Gardner Daniel P. ’87 and Jeanne Garry Joseph O. ’87 and Margaret (Dvorak) ’88 Gately Sharon (Lager) ’94 and Joseph Gates John M. Gearin ’75 Guy J. Gehrman ’79 and Sandra Weyers Clare Gennario Daniel E. Geraghty ’12 Michael J. ’85 and Kim Geraghty Randy and Emily Gerber Terrance and Judy Gere Donald V. ’63 and Mary (Statz) CST’66 Gerum Francis J. ’56 and Sadie Giannetti Ronald T. Giannoni ’57 Tom and Candice Giesen Alexander W. Gilbertson ’14 Roy P. Gillis, Jr. ’53 George F. Girod ’71 Frances F. Gleason Timothy J. Gleason ’15 Joseph W. Glenski ’83 James G. Goetz ’65 Gayle B. Goetzman Joseph M. and Mary Goldberg Lt. Col. Norman G. ’61 and Karen Golden Richard B. and Karen Goodwin Margaret (Ryan) Goolan ’81 Dr. Diane (Wood) ’01 and Matt Gordon Joseph Gormley ’57 Rita Jean (Eaheart) Gramm ’87 Andrew and Dawn Granholm Thomas H. ’67 and Nancy Graver Jeffrey T. ’83 and Linda (Pawl) ’84 Graves

Dr. Edwin J. ’67 and Maureen Grayzeck David Greden Dr. John F. ’64 and Renee Greden Patrick M. Green ’68 Monica (Purcell) Greenwood ’76 James R. Griffin ’62 Stephen J. Griffin ’79 Dolores L. Grissom M’91, C’92 Gerald and Corrine Grochowski Hubert J. Grogan ’69 Joseph F. ’70 and Suzanne Gross Dr. Mary M. Gross ’91 Brother John Grover, FSC ’65 Stephen J. Gryl ’82 Rev. Alan M. Guanella ’09 Joseph R. Guenther ’98, M’99 John M. ’67 and Ann (Palubicki) CST’67 Gustin Thomas R. ’58 and Geraldine Guy Edward S. ’68 and Anita (Ori) CST’68 Guzdziol Kenneth W. M’98 and Tracy Gyarmathy Michael and Amy Haas Laurie L. and Steve Haase Robert J. Haberski Michael F. Hack ’01 James P. ’61 and Mary Sue Hackett Jeffery W. and Jennifer Halberg Scott Halberg Holly Hall M’11 Dr. Patrick R. ’69 and Lenora Hall Kathryn (Tschida) Halvorson ’88 Dr. Julian J. Hamerski ’52 John ’65 and Suzanne Hampe Raymond Hanania Christopher Z. Hanzeli M’14 Walter D. Haraburda ’70 Gary R. Harris, Jr. M’07 James P. Harris ’77 Cecil and Terri Harrison Peter J. Hartford ’61 Mark G. ’76 and Mary Hartman Matthew E. Haug ’85 and Adele Dalesandro-Haug Charles J. Hawkins ’91 Roger S. ’67 and Elaine Haydock Dan J. ’81 and Patricia (Walsh) ’82 Healy Terry R. Hebig ’59 Thomas M. Hebig ’71 Christopher J. ’79 and Nancy Hector John Hedrick and Family John E. ’92 and Elizabeth (Feeney) ’91 Heil Richard Heim and Rita Valdes Dr. Gerald R. Heiman ’64 Benjamin M’04 and Julie Heimdal Dr. Alan E. Hein ’83 James R. ’73 and Paula (McKeen) CST’74 Hellige Thomas and Diana Hellmann Capt. Larison F. Helm Karen J. M’04 and Thomas Hemker Dr. Joan Hemmer Jamie L. Henneman ’11 Thomas J. ’55 and Carol Hennessey Stanley J. ’53 and Ellen (Strunk) CST’53 Hennessy John C. and Kathleen Henry Dr. Priscilla J. Herbison Cathy Herfindal Jeffrey Herman † deceased


2016-2017 INVESTOR’S REPORT Marilyn (Dalsing) ’77 and Michael Herrera Martin P. ’71 and Jeanne (McGeean) CST’71 Hertz Julie (Blaine) ’79 and Thomas Herzog Joseph A. ’87 and Ann Marie (Brooks) ’85 Hettinger Douglas A. ’84 and Stacy Hettinger Rita M. Heuel ’77 and Stewart Cohen Eric and Dr. Janet Heukeshoven Christopher A. ’90, M’95 and Julie (Walerius) ’88 Higgins Lawrence W. ’66 and Janyne (Hladis) CST’67 Hilfinger Richard J. ’68 and Linda Hilgenbrink Monica Hilger James H. ’52 and Mary (Murphy) CST’52 Hill Scott D. Hillman ’96 Shawn and Lisa Hillman Diane Hinds Dr. Susan R. Hines M’01, D’07 Scott and Elizabeth Hippman Mia B. Hoagberg M’06 Dr. John C. ’73 and Linda (Enyart) CST’73 Hoehn Jordann Hoff Gerald R. Hoffman ’50 John F. ’56 and Fran Holland John K. ’84 and Patricia Holland Dr. Jean Hollenstein ’84 Terry and Lynette Holm Fred and Ruth Homeyer Merlyn B. ’57 and Diana Honerman Maggie (Wagener) Hood ’75 Bob A. Hoodecheck and Dr. Sue Jelense Paula (Wieczorek) Hoogerland ’80 Allan and Diane Hoogheem Carol Hopkins Dr. Rebecca (Prell) ’94, M’00, C’05, D’15 and Monte Hopkins Timothy J. Hopkins ’12 William M. ’64 and Marcy Hopper Dr. Thomas J. ’65 and Beverly Horak Peter G. ’97 and Rachell (Maras) ’96 Horbenko Kevin J. ’78 and Mary (Petsch) Horvath John C. ’65 and Judith Houha Francis M. ’76 and Mary Beth (McCall) ’76 Howard Donna (Schuster) ’83 and John Hrebec Paul J. Hruska ’56 Charles P. Hubertz Benjamin L. ’99, M’00 and Joanna R. M’04 Huegel Bryce D. and Kathryn Huemoeller Bernadette Hughes William P. ’64 and Christine Hughes Stephen M. ’69 and Michelle Hujar Brother Lawrence Humphrey, FSC Paul A. ’64 and Patricia Hundt Harry and Mary Hunter James and Sarah Hutson Dr. Arthur ’59 and Mary Indelicato Dr. Hugh J. ’60, M’66 and Jeanette Ingrasci Henry E. ’59 and Margaret Irace Paul and Melissa Irwin Sharon Irwin

Donald F. ’83 and Patricia (Begg) ’85 Ivansek Dr. David M. and Phyllis Jackson J. Richard ’54 and Carol Jackson Russell and Sharleen Jackson Sean Jackson Ann C. Jacques-Klingman Christy Jagdfeld Theresa Janczy ’78 Kenneth R. ’58 and Kitty (Merrick) CST’59 Jansen Susan F. Jarosak Walter J. Jarrett, Jr. ’58 Raymond A. ’82 and Gail Jenisch James and Barbara Jenson Douglas and Mary Jerde Thomas J. Jeter ’77 Pamela J. Joachim ’77 Clinton D. ’93 and Gina Johanneck Dr. Andrew Lyle John Benjamin D. Johnson ’16 David A. Johnson Eric and Mary Beth Johnson James and Joanne M. Johnson Jeffrey L. ’74 and Debbie Johnson Maria (Boser) ’84 and David Johnson Terry W. Johnson ’84 Tianna P. and Ross Johnson Timothy R. Johnson ’83 Elaine M. Johnston Pat and Carolyn Jones Lisa A. Jonsgaard Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Jorgensen Simone Joyaux, ACFRE and Tom Ahern Brian D. Joyce ’08 Thomas J. ’56 and Mary (Albel) CST’58 Judge James R. ’76 and Ann (Janczy) ’76 Julsrud William J. ’55 and Christine Juneau Walter N. ’87 and Amy Jungbauer Marcia L. Kadow ’94 Dr. Dale C. Kaiser ’59 Dr. Charles F. ’74 and Debra Kaminski Lawrence P. ’68† and Lorrie Kampwirth Frances Kapp Jessica Kardel Gerald L. ’80 and Judy (Mohnen) ’80 Karel James E. and Susan Karnick Ronald J. ’63 and Margaret Kassen John J. ’56 and Margaret Kavanagh Timothy J. ’57 and Mary Kavanaugh Dr. Peter P. ’76 and Nora Kaye Blaise P. and Barbara (Hartnett) ’85 Keane Thomas ’69 and Kathleen (Bohn) M’90, CST’70 Keane Jeremiah and Pam Kearney Thomas E. ’50 and Patricia Kearney Michael ’73 and Mary Keating Michael J. ’73 and Anna (Guimond) ’74 Keaveny Dr. Thomas M. Keefe ’56 David J. ’70 and Kathleen (Richardson) CST’70 Keenan Thomas J. ’68 and Judy (Stollenwerk) CST’69 Keenan Jeffrey T. ’78 and Mary (Trimarco) ’78 Kehl Carrie L. Keillor Kent P. Keller ’85 Glenn A. ’77 and Maureen Kelley † deceased

Information you need to know for year-end gifts Thanks to generous benefactors like you, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota receives many gifts in December as the calendar–and tax year–comes to an end. To ensure that you are able to realize income tax charitable deductions in 2017 for gifts to Saint Mary’s, we want you to know the following requirements and recommendations: 1. Gifts made by check are complete upon delivery or S M T W mailing. This T F S year, any gift 1 2 3 4 5 6 by check must 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 be delivered 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 to the 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Development Office by the close of business on Dec. 29, 2017, or mailed to Saint Mary’s University by the time of the last mail pick-up on Dec. 31, 2017. If you mail a check to Saint Mary’s, the envelope must be postmarked Dec. 31, 2017 or earlier in order for Saint Mary’s to acknowledge your gift as made in 2017. Mailing a check on Jan. 1, 2018, regardless of the date on the check, is considered a gift contributed in 2018.

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2. Gifts made with a credit card are complete when the gift is charged. Thus, gifts made by credit card through the Saint Mary’s online giving site must be completed no later than 11:55 p.m. on Dec. 31. Credit card gifts can also be made by phone during regular business hours (8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays) and, as noted above, can be made online any time. 3. We recommend that gifts of securities be initiated no later than Dec. 15, 2017, to ensure completion of the transaction by the end of the year. Gifts of stocks and securities can easily be transferred to Saint Mary’s account at Linsco Private Ledger (LPL Financial): Agent: Mr. Fred Fletcher Telephone: 608-784-9100 DTC#: 0075 Account #: 6305-8609 Please contact the Development Office at 507-457-6647 for more information.

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Elaine Kelly Michael K. ’84 and Ellen (Kronschnabel) ’84 Kelly Michael J. Kelly ’74 Dr. William C. and Marianne Kelly Bethann M. Kemling ’80 and Scott Prost Robert R. ’58 and Roberta Kessler Lawrence A. Kiesel Paul J. ’72 and Margaret (Guenther) CST’73 Kilkus Jacquelyn and Brian Killian Edward L. and Janet King Stephen M. ’88, M’98 and Shelley King Eugene E. ’61 and Margaret Kinney Margaret (Maloney) ’85 and Stephen Kinsley John and Rachel Kinzer Steven Kinzer Martin D. Kissane ’71 and Martha Hammond Heidi Klassen Sheila Kleve Kenny and Barbara Kling John and Donna Kluczny John S. ’72 and Catherine Klug Dr. William ’67 and Vicky Knoedler Dr. Robert and Joan Knowlan William C. M’00 and Jamie L. M’01 Knutson Edward and Debra Koch Roberta J. M’08 and Troy Kochevar Dennis G. Koehler ’71 Kevin E. Kolis ’74 Katarzyna Konopko ’07 Kenneth J. Koos ’75 Rudolph R. ’69 and Jane Kopischke Matthew G. Kotek ’14 Dr. Paul E. Kotz Father Joel M. Kovanis ’90 Joseph J. ’64 and Kathleen (Schottle) CST’64 Kovarik Dr. Victor L. Kowalski ’57 James M. and Celeste Kramer Charles and Tracey Kramlinger Mary White ’74 (Krasner) and Jeffrey Krasner Dustin A. ’06 and Ashley (Davis) ’07 Kresen Richard and Dr. Karen (Padden) ’97 Kress Daniel M. ’67 and Mary Kreutzberg Kenneth B. and Catherine Krick Gary and Jolinda Kring William J. ’62, M’66 and Shelley Kritek Mark A. Krogulski ’85 Justin A. Kronebusch ’13 Phillip J. and Jane Kronlage William M. ’71 and Joann Kronschnabel John and Jill Kruger Robert and Dorothy Kruger Dr. Robert H. ’51 and Mary Krupp Vincent J. ’85 and Loretta (Clarke) ’85 Krydynski James J. ’74 and Dianna Kudjer Jerry E. Kulasik ’62 Mike and Denise Kunkel Kevin R. Kurry ’81 Eric H. ’67 and Kay Kurz Barbara Kusek M’70 Frederick and Therese LaChance Mary P. Ladner ’78

Alfred C. and Elizabeth (Ryba) CST’58 Lais Dr. Joshua J. and Sarah Lallaman Timothy P. Lamb ’69 Bev Lambert Stefanie Jean Lamusga ’05 Paul J. LaNasa ’14 Dr. Jack and Mary Frances Lane Col. Robert F. ’57 and Inez Lang James R. Langowski ’57 Mark and Diane Lardy Wendy (Altmann) Lasekan ’85 Dan Laughlin Roger P. ’54 and June Laven Jacob W. Lechner ’11 John J. ’75 and Marie LeClair Michael S. ’92 and Julie Lehman Tracy Lehnertz M’97 Anthony Leigh M’16 Lauren S. Leighton Donald and Christine Leist Vera Lentsch John M. ’68 and Mary Kay Lentz Dr. Brooke M. Lenz Michael and Jodie Lester Rebecca Lettner Samuel P. Levisen ’11 Dennis and Judith Lewis Karen (Wisniewski) ’73 and Mel Lewison George M. ’58 and Dolores (Pintaudi) CST’57 Libera Allan R. M’02 and Terri Lieder Zachary Lietzau Kenneth E. Lindeman ’69 Kent C. Linder ’93 Brian and Tammy Lindstrand Glenn Lindstrand Lawrence E. Lisack ’70 Te-Chiang and Yi-Lin Liu Dr. Michael C. ’68 and Kathryn Loebach Coral L. and Sean M. Logan James M. ’69 and Kathleen CST’69 Logsdon Ronald and Lisa Loof Arturo Lopez M’10 Richard and Dorothy Lorenson Peter T. ’65 and Carol Lotzer James J. ’53 and Mary Loughlin Father Donald J. Lovas ’59 Jeanine M. M’04 and Paul Lovell Dr. James K. ’48 and Martha Lowry Rod Lubeznik Tamra L. and Ondrej Lubinski James N. ’69 and Dolores Lucas Michael F. Lukachik ’62 Vincent G. Lulic ’13 Dr. John G. Lynch ’57 Michael ’75 and Mary (Hannon) CST’77 Lyons Sidney J. MacLeod, Jr. ’54 Maureen C. Madigan Patrick P. ’68 and Margaret Madison Dr. David G. ’62 and Juanita Madland Thomas B. Maertens ’65 Paul J. Maganzini ’70 Joseph T. ’52 and Maureen Magee Monsignor Gerald A. Mahon ’67 James and Milissa Mahoney Amy (Kalina) ’08 and Dennis Majewski Robert ’64 and Mary Mallon

Terry W. ’97 and Kate (Jerman) ’97 Mannor David E. Marande, Jr. ’84 William C. ’71 and Rochelle Marceau Paul M. Marincel ’78 and Anne E. Neuberger ’75 Andrew M. ’14 and Elizabeth (Scott) ’13 Markert Brother Stephen W. Markham, FSC ’66 William J. ’51 and Vivian Markham Robert S. ’64 and Karen (McKenna) CST’65 Marks Charles N. Marron ’57 Matthew D. ’83 and Donna Marron Dr. Debra Martin and Rod Feddersen Anthony G. and Carolyn Martino Brian F. ’66 and Marcia Marton Charles F. ’76 and Kristen Mascari James and Marilyn Masey William N. Masterson ’54 Mary Ellen Mathwig Rick and Kim Mathwig Tamara L. Matthees ’88 and Randy Galewski Kevin and Janet Matthews Michael and Cindy Matuska Robert and Yvonne Matuska Mark A. Matyas ’06 Monta G. May ’04 Theodore May Dr. Mary (Olmscheid) ’95 and Scott Maytan John L. ’52 and Gail Mazer Vincent J. ’76 and Kate McAleer Dr. Paul B. McAvoy ’65 Dr. Shelly Y. McCallum-Ferguson M’96 Eileen D. McCarrier ’79 Charles F. ’62 and Ramona (Flahaven) CST’63 McCarter Dr. John P. McClure Robert and Britta McColl John D. ’89 and Julie (Jones) ’90 McCormick Louis J. ’79 and Margaret (Stringham) M’11, CST’80 McCoy Thomas A. ’77 and Mary Kay (Stepanik) CST’77 McDermott Dr. Gary C. ’64 and Jeanne McDonald John T. ’83 and Maureen (Mangan) ’83 McDonnell Richard D. McDonough ’75 Helen C. M’90 and Rev. Joseph McDowell David and Jill McElligott Donald E. ’58 and Sharon McElmury Dr. Patricia A. McElroy ’83 John T. ’64 and Janet McEnery Emmett P. ’79 and Colleen McGovern Brian C. ’74 and Nancy (Murphy) ’74 McGuire William F. McHugh ’62 Michael and Susie McKenna Robert J. ’75 and Barbara (Bush) ’75 McNellis Dennis J. ’69 and Karin McNicholas Barbara (Mulvey) McQuillan ’76 James V. McQuillan ’76 Tracy L. McRae

Sara (Schachtner) ’00 and Mark Measner Warren and Shelly Mencacci Thomas M. Merkelis ’14 Jacob T. Merkle ’15 Andrew S. Meyer ’15, C’16 Matthew Michel John J. ’64 and Patricia (Travin) CST’64 Mikulski Joseph P. Miley ’15 Kevin X. Miley ’15 David Miliotis Mark T. ’82 and Amy (Glen) ’82 Miller David and Ruth Miller Dianne Miller Dianne (Lord) ’00 and Justin Miller Francis R. ’65 and Martha Miller Jennifer M. Miller ’02 Jerry and Sue Miller John and Sue Miller Michael D. Miller ’14 Norman R. and Dorothy Miller Paul and Bridget Miller Paul S. ’52 and Gerri Miller Scott Miller Judith (Azzarello) ’79 and Jack Millerick William H. Minihan ’68 Erin L. Minne M’01 Donald L. Minucciani ’52 Mark and Katherine Missurelli John and Caroline R. Mockler David P. ’70 and Crystal (Conway) CST’72 Moede Richard and Nerie Moga Monica (Hennessy) ’86 and Edward Mohan Judy Moll Kenneth M. ’56 and Rita Monaco Daniel L. Monahan ’63 Lawrence P. ’60 and Carol Monnens Gerard J. ’54 and Joanne (Thulis) CST’55 Montgomery Gregory M. ’10, M’15 and Margaret Mary (Conway) ’12 Moore Jonathan C. Moore M’05 Paul and Jean A. Mooty Bradley Morison and Janet Jones Douglas N. ’71 and Sue (Leadley) ’71 Mormann Anthony J. ’81 and Nancy (Miceli) ’81 Mornar Dennis J. ’69 and Beatrice (Neurauter) CST’69 Morneau Jerome A. ’68 and Catherine (Lauer) CST’69 Morzinski Kevin P. ’75 and Kathy (Kinsella) ’76 Moss Dr. Patrick E. ’63 and Maria Mottram Vincent J. Moy ’74 George H. ’53 and Katie Mueller Dr. Jaime A. Mueller Dr. Joseph G. ’82 and Maureen (Forsythe) ’83 Mueller George Muellner ’57 Dino P. ’82 and Alice Mugnaini Thomas J. ’64 and Lodovica Mula Edward M. ’65 and Susan Mulhern Thomas W. Mullen ’64 Bernard F. ’54 and Maria Mulvaney Richard F. and Barbara Mulvey Samantha (Otto) Mulvihill ’12 Emily E. Munns ’12 † deceased


2016-2017 INVESTOR’S REPORT Mark S. ’83 and Laurie Munns Brian J. Murphy ’85 James F. and Joanne Murphy Thomas and Karylen Murphy Stephen M. ’71 and Bonnie Murray Thomas P. Murray ’70 Pat ’91 and Dr. Jay Mutter Dr. Walter A. ’56 and Lee Myalls Judy Ann Myers, MFA Donald R. ’85 and Jean (Strickland) ’85 Nadeau Robert ’71 and Deborah (Lagenderfer) CST’73 Nagle Deborah K. Nahrgang Dr. Thomas J. Nardi ’81 Mikisha Nation Peter and Pamela Neary Travis L. ’06 and Jennifer (Lawrence) ’04 Nelson Kelly (McGillen) ’02 and Derek Nelson Michael R. ’76 and Caryl Nelson Tom and Julie Nelson David G. ’64 and Katherine (Tierney) CST’64 Ness Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nicholas John A. Nicklow ’05 Dennis L. ’68, M’87 and Sandy Nigon Joseph T. ’85 Nix and Bob Werner Daniel P. ’76 and Anna Nolan Paul and Joan L. Nordick Mark and Polly Norman Gregory and Susan Novak Dr. Matthew J. D’10 and Christine Nowakowski Louis J. Nutini ’71 Laura S. Oanes Robert V. Obarski ’80 Dr. Leo A. ’65 and Judy Ochrymowycz Michael J. O’Connell ’84 Kevin J. ’73 and Ann (Schmitz) CST’75 O’Connor Neal O’Connor ’69 Michaeleen O’Flynn Edward J. ’59 and Mary O’Hare Hailey L. Ohl ’13 Molly (Murphy) ’97 and Pat O’Keefe Joseph B. O’Leary, Jr. ’71 Anne E. M’02 and Dean Olsen Betty (McCormick) Olsen CST’65 Randall J. Olson M’98 Timothy M. Olson ’76 Edward G. ’82 and Kathleen (Finnegan) ’83 O’Malley Joseph P. ’72 and Karen (Minucciani) ’76 O’Malley Roger F. and Julie Oreskovich John and Mary O’Rourke Dennis C. ’82 and Barbara Ortman Michael J. ’82 and Katy O’Shea Cyril G. ’63 and Camille Ostendorf Timothy ’81 and Sheila O’Sullivan Nancy (Nolan) ’78 and John Ouska Kathleen (Hughes) ’76 and Michael Overman Emil E. Paape ’62 James S. ’63 and Donna Pacholski Ellen Pahl Ryan J. Pajak ’04, M’10 and Pam J. Trainor ’05 Brian G. ’69 and Barbara Palmer D. Michael ’58 and Ruth Palmer Theodore and Susan Pappas

Andrew ’66 and Mary Paprocki Mitchel and Terri Paschke Dr. Stephen B. M’04 and Deborah K. Pattee Lee A. Paulsen ’80 Richard F. ’59 and Charma Pavilon David R. ’78 and Ronda Pawelski Jeff and Sandra Pederson James F. Penfold ’66 David Pengra Dr. Esther Peralez Alan M. Peters ’74 Keith D. ’83 and Sharon Peterson Stanley and Karen Petraitis Julia (Gamber) Pfab ’85 Theresa Pfeilsticker Sylvia U. and David Pflughoeft Edward R. ’64 and Jo Anne Philpott Colleen Piechowski Janice Piechowski Cale C. Pieczynski ’16 Elmer L. ’58 and Patricia Pierre Julie M. Pint ’95 John N. ’97 and Sara (Murr) ’97 Piscitiello Suzanne Plaisance M’15 Jesse F. ’93 and Patricia (McLaughlin) ’92 Pleuss Harry A. ’59 and Jane Plotke Dr. John D. Poling and Cindy Jokela Matthew M. Popek ’07 Dr. Michael ’69 and Rosemary Porter Laurence and Marilyn Presseller Lawrence and Diana Price Julie (Dahlheimer) Prior ’95 Richard and Mia Probst David J. ’64 and Jeannette Putrich Stan and Betty Quinn Jerry Raddatz Dr. Dana and Jonella G. Rademacher Richard C. and Rosemary R. Rankin Janet (Mongoven) Rapp ’77 Anthony C. ’83 and Debra (Walsh) ’83 Rappold Stephen J. ’81 and Amy (Tunnicliff) ’83 Ratican Dr. Robert B. Razminas ’60 Joseph Ream Thomas A. Redding, Jr. ’79 Gordon and Linda Reetz Kelly Regan Patrick D. Regan ’15 Dr. Paul H. ’62 and Patricia (McGrath) CST’60 Reichenbacher Phillip J. ’75 and Maureen (Connell) ’76 Reicher Pauline Reicher Timothy O. ’79 and Danelle (Moran) ’80 Reid Stacy (Quickstad) ’95 and Andrew Reiff Brian J. Reilly ’82 Victor P. Reineke ’84 Robert J. Reinert ’04 Michael J. ’64 and Teresa (Lanphear) CST’65 Reisinger Roger M. ’66 and Kathy Reitmaier Richard J. ’50 and Irene Renk John L. ’04 and Ginny Reszka David and Lorie Retzlaff

William P. ’69 and Margery CST’67 Rhode Dr. Thomas J. ’82 and Eileen (Long) ’82 Rice John F. Richards ’76 Francis G. Richardson ’79 Nicolette K. Richmond Matthew D. Rink ’05 Charles E. ’71 and Marian Rinn Dr. Dennis F. Rio ’63 Michael and Linda Riordan Romuald J. ’57 and Beverly Ritter Daniel K. Rivers ’54 David E. Riviere ’85 Henry D. Robinson ’48 Eileen (Hamilton) Romano ’84 Timothy and Jan Romenesko William J. Ronchak ’10 Kathleen A. Rooney ’91 Allison M. Rose ’08 James and Louise Rosemark Martin and Patricia Rossini Brother James Roszak, FSC ’56 Annette Roth Richard J. ’53 and Mary Pat Roth Mary (Coughlin) ’95 and Michael Rothschadl Robert L. ’60 and Shirley Roy Dr. Kevin M. Rozman ’72 Renee (Zameic) ’84 and Paul Rozman Dr. Nicholas J. Ruiz ’67 Father James D. Russell ’56 Dr. George R. ’62 and Jenny Ruth Ronald and Loretta Rutkowski James T. ’75 and Rosemarie Ryan Dr. Kenneth R. ’79 and Mary Ryback Bernard J. ’55 and Suzanne Rysavy L. Wayne Sachi ’57 Megan M. M’08 and Ben Sadowski John G. ’68 and Linda Sahn Gregory J. ’77 Samuelson and Jean Miller Rebecca J. Sandager ’11 Jason C. Sandquist ’13 Timm and Staci Sandstrom James Sansone Dino J. ’60 and Sharon Santelli James T. ’54 and Barbara Sarazin William J. ’69 and Lynn Sarley Daniel and Jill Scarnavack Dr. Philip A. ’62 and Rosemary Schaffer John R. Schaupp ’82 John J. ’01 and Emilee (Conley) ’03 Scheid Patrick T. ’71 and Sarah Schelble G. Michael ’69 and Mary Scheurich Mary (Greathouse) Schiffer ’79 Lawrence J. ’80 and Sheila Schiffler Joseph H. ’61 and Aurinee CST’61 Schlanser Jon M. Schlemmer ’14 Brian and Michelle Schlichter Michael Schlosser and Deborah Frericks Carl D. ’73 and Marsha Schmid Robert W. ’69 and Mary (Hartmann) CST’71 Schmidt Stephen C. Schmidt ’54 Barb E. and Paul Schmidtknecht Peter ’51 and Mary Schmit Joseph L. ’99 and Nicole Schmitt Joan Schneck

Melissa (Austin) ’01 and Jonathan Schneider Thomas and Elizabeth J. Schneider Dan and Angie Schoemann Robert J. Schottler ’64 Allen L. ’68 and Susan (Kwasowski) CST’69 Schroeder Gary and Mary Schroeder Charles J. ’70 and Connie Schrup Gregory W. Schuda ’09 Michael W. Schuett ’72 John A. ’65 and Donna (Meilinger) CST’65 Schuh Michael T. ’76 and Donna Schuld Thomas A. ’75 and Susan (Sughrua) ’75 Schultz Kenneth Schuster Mary Virginia Schuster M’91 John A. Schutz ’51 John G. ’44 and Sophie Schutz Lisa B. Schwartz M’00 Joseph P. ’61 and Maryann Schwebel Anthony L. Sciurba ’76 Sara (Sloneker) ’06, M’07 and Michael Seal Dr. Elizabeth E. Seebach Carol Seegers Charles Seegers Fabio M. ’79 and Debbie Segreti Charles and Rosemary Seidel Dr. Kristen L. Sellke Nathan B. ’04 and Emily (Pribyl) ’03 Semsch Daniel J. Sepion ’01 Kyle E. Servais ’13 Dr. Ronald M. ’58 and Rosemary Severino Jenna (Mrozinski) Severson ’13 James W. ’53 and Karen Shanahan Dr. Gerald W. Shay ’64 Matthew J. ’88 and Rebekah Sheasby Jeffrey J. Sheehan ’68 Dr. Francis J. Sheeran ’62 John and Janet Sheerin F. Hugh ’57 and Mollie (Frey) CST’58 Sherry Foster and Karen Sherwood Edward T. ’55 and Nancy Shetka Carolynn Ann Sheyker ’86 William F. and Bonnie Shutte Jesse and Janet Sibert Kenneth M. ’64 and Mary (Blaney) CST’65 Sichz Julie P. Sieracki Steve and Mary Sieracki Arlon J. ’62 and Mary Kay CST’63 Sieve Ronald and Nancy Sime DeAnn Simmons-Campbell ’85 and Guy Campbell Dr. J. Paul Simones ’64 Kathleen (Lorentz) Simpson ’81 Cynthia R. Simson M’05 Walter E. ’64, M’69 and Janice Skavnak Alexandra (Bauman) ’08 and Dustin Skaya Dr. Charles A. ’54 and Barbara (Bracken) CST’54 Skemp Robert C. ’79 and Jean Skemp Dr. Samuel J. ’52 and Jean Skemp Michael C. Skillrud M’08 David J. Skrodzki ’79 Cynthia Slowiak † deceased

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Stephen N. ’71 and Cynthia Smarjesse William Smart Thomas R. ’77 and Kathleen Smat James D. ’60 and Nancy Smessaert Dr. Darryl L. Smith ’68 Gail (Thompson) ’80 and Terry Smith Geralyn (Stanczak) ’82 and Randy Smith Peter M. ’10 and Sophie Snell Dr. Gregory L. and Susan Sobolewski Mark J. ’65 and Patricia Sobota Walter and Marian Soler Mooreen W. M’04 and David Sonday Willard Sonday Anastacia L. Sontag ’08 Michael P. ’73 and Catherine Sopcak Jill (Hocking) Sorensen ’01 Dr. David A. ’54 and Judy Sorg Dr. Scott H. D’07 and Dr. Karen A. D’07 Sorvaag Robert Soucek ’69 Dr. Ashley E. Sovereign M’99 Francis W. M’89, CST’74 and Teresa (McNamara) CST’76 Speck George A. Speck ’63 Robert J. ’13 and Nicole (Haley) ’13 Speedling Peter and Maureen (Salmon) CST’72 Speltz Dr. Stephen M. Speltz ’71 William and Kathryn Spitzmueller John C. ’78 and Mary Kay (Kenney) ’78 Sprangers Dr. Mark T. Sprangers ’71 James F. ’60 and Judith Srnec Trisha R. Stachowski ’12 Michael E. ’63 and Patricia Stallings Father Robert P. Stamschror ’57 Kathleen Standing Brian D. ’86 and Megan (Faricy) ’86† Stang Robert Starr Elizabeth Stegeman Dr. John J. ’66 and Elizabeth Stegeman Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Stein James and Mary Steiner Cynthia (Klee) ’77 and Mark Stephenitch Charles O. ’66 and Marilynn Sterling Robert M. ’58 and Mary Kay Sterr Dennis J. ’83 and Janet Stevermer James W. ’64 and Barbara Stoll Leon J. Stommes ’69 Jon M. ’87 and Laura (Gabel) ’87 Strauss Marie (Johnson) ’97 and Bryan Strawser Daniel J. ’11 and Alison (Hill) ’11 Streefland Dr. Eugene P. ’64 and Mary Strelka R. Peter ’60 and Phyllis Strong Brian D. ’91 and Lisa Strub Edward L. Stuart ’75 Dr. Raymond Suchor ’66 Bernard J. Sullivan, Jr. ’65 Daniel P. ’66 and Sandra (Fox) CST’66 Sullivan

Dr. Daniel R. ’63 and Carolyn Sullivan Kevin F. ’72 and Jacqueline Sullivan Thomas F. Sullivan ’57 William and Elaine Sullivan Craig B. Sundberg M’95, C’96 Walter A. ’62 and Diane Svec Ronald and Betty Swanson Dr. Walter M. Swentko ’71 Peder C. Sviggum ’16 Suelyn V. Swiggum M’12 Curtis M. Swanson ’12 Gregory ’69 and Alina Szafranski Dr. Walter S. ’64 and Deb Szalajka Charles A. ’69 and Carol (Jurich) CST’70 Szopa Robert J. Szydlowski ’90 Dr. Joseph L. Tadie ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tadie David ’73 and Barbara Taus Michael P. Taylor ’97 Teresa Laws Taylor Dr. Amanuel A. Teklemariam D’04 and Wikanos Affa Paul Terrio Jennifer L. M’11 and Troy Teske John and Sheila Thelemann Taylor J. Thelemann ’14 Brian A. Thesenvitz ’14 Ronald C. ’68 and Barb Thiewes Mark and Tamara Thomas Thomas F. Thomas ’62 Katherine (Stender) ’95 and Robert Thompson Leonard and Cleoma Thompson Renee L. Thompson ’03, M’07 S. Ned Thompson ’67 Mark E. Tilbury M’12 Patrick and Mary Timm Donald J. Tlougan ’73 Timothy P. ’82 and Sheila Toohey Melanie S. Torborg Jeffrey A. and Claudia Tornquist Ronald L. ’68 and Karen Toshner William K. ’56 and Ann Trail Timothy and Jeanne J. Traxler Dr. Richard and Barbara Tristano Lisa S. Truax Laura (Tumbarello) ’81 and Fred Trubshaw Robert J. ’70 and Doris Truhlar Dr. Terrence D. Truhler ’66 James M. ’88 and Diane Tschida George Turner Dr. Scott V. ’72 and Kathleen (Williams) CST’74 Turner John E. Tyler ’69 Stephen M. and Margaret S. Tyler Donald R. ’57 and Gerri Ullmer Heather (Vose) ’88 and Marshal Ulrich John J. Ulrich ’65 Catherine and David Urban Barbara Valerious Robert K. and Kathryn Van Brocklin Alexander and Amy Van Eekeren Dr. Todd and Dr. Nancy Van Erp Amy E. Van Etten ’93 Mao J. Vang M’99 Theodore A. VanRanst ’13 Theodore Vatch ’80 Michael J. ’87 and Andrea (Prugar) ’88 Vennetti Christopher Verch

Lisa (Sivanich) ’00 and Dave Verstraete Anthony A. ’58 and Hiroko Vertuno Edward M’54 and Beville Vertuno John M. Vitek ’82 Archbishop John G. Vlazny Rebecca Vogel M’99 Robert J. ’61 and Marilyn Vondrasek William B. VonHoldt ’72 Dr. David A. ’65 and Mary Voss Robert F. ’63 and Barbara Wacek Lance Wade and Meridith Brand Wade Wayne R. ’69 and Margaret (Zonsius) CST’71 Wagner Kelly (Kidd) Wahlquist ’91 Dr. Carl I. and Diana Wahlstrom Scott N. ’91, C’96, M’98 and Molly (McManus) ’91 Walker James and Lynette M. Walsh Jason and Rebecca Walsh Dr. William J. Walsh ’66 Dr. Robyn L. Wangberg Sarah (Fisher) ’04, M’11 and Mark Wanger James R. Ward ’55 Robert M. and Nancy Ward Andrew N. Warren ’11 Lynn Waterloo Shirley Waterloo Michael E. Waters ’59 Kelsi D. Watters ’16 Linda (Nickels) Weaver ’91 Sherry Weaver Robert and Mary Ann Wegrzyn David L. ’61 and Elizabeth Weidner Elizabeth C. Weightman ’87 and Michael Bragg Dr. Margaret M. Weightman ’78 and John Knaack Charles Weihe Maralyn Weihe Dr. Paul A. and Kathy T. Weiner Peter J. ’57 and Pat (Branley) CST’57 Weingart David A. Weir ’12 Dr. Harvey F. Weiss ’59 James E. ’68 and Rita Welhaven Kara J. Wener ’00 Mary Lin (Smith) ’76 and Jeff Wershofen Ralph and Jessica M. Westphal Nick and Nancy Whaley Charles N. Wheeler III ’63 Richard and Janice G. Wherley Amy J. M’16 and Charles Whillock Patrick and Peggy Wier Ian L. Wildenborg ’05 Thomas and Colleen Wilhelm John Willette ’64 Brenda Williams Col. James L. ’60 and Cynthia Williams William and Brenda Williams Dr. Thomas M. and Chris Wilmot Nicholas J. ’07, M’12 and Leah Winecke Donald S. and Florence Winger Patrick J. ’68 and Joanne Winters Theresa Wirtz Isabelle C. Wiske Constance M. M’00 and Michael Wittek Jayne and Randall Wobig

Martin O. ’66 and Carol (Pierzynski) CST’67 Woerter Michael W. ’65 and Pamela Wold Dr. William F. ’72, M’89, D’01 and Jill Wold Jerome P. ’71 and Mary Wolesky JuvaLee ’09 (Carl) and Donald Wolfe Allan C. and Carol Wolfe Harold and Geraldine Wolfe John and Sandy J. Wolfe Joshua J. ’00 and Marcie Wolfe Zachary J. Wolfe ’14 Donald C. ’65 and Paula Wolkerstorfer Jane (Troller) ’78 and Michael Wood Michael and Joanne Woodard Robert ’74 and Amy (Majeski) CST’75 Woods Carina A. Woodward ’09 Gloria Woog Kamish Lee J. and Mary Yankowski Don and Peggy Yates Michelle (Kust) ’82 and David Yeager Kyle P. ’92 and Terri Yeske Dr. Samantha J. Zaid Norbert J. ’61 and Mary (Gordon) CST’61 Ziegler Dr. Edward J. ’62 and Marilyn (Garden) CST’62 Zieserl Lilliam Dolan Ziff and Stephen Ziff John H. Zimmerman ’65 William and Robyn Zimmerman

CLASSES CLASS OF 1944 John G. Schutz

CLASS OF 1947

Philip J. Brokenshire Leo J. Casey Robert Joseph Cleary† Father Robert H. Vandenberg

CLASS OF 1948 Dr. Samuel J. Cascio Harrie A. Goedde Dr. James K. Lowry John W. Richter Henry D. Robinson

CLASS OF 1949

Dr. James G. Beaudry Sal Ortenzo Robert C. Skemp Robert J. Stiever

CLASS OF 1950 John J. Forrest Gerald R. Hoffman Thomas E. Kearney Richard J. Renk

CLASS OF 1951

Class Gift Total: $33,303 Participation: 25.64% Leonard J. Canning† Francis J. Glenski Dr. Robert H. Krupp Edward R. Linneman William J. Markham Donald B. Regan Peter Schmit † deceased


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CLASS OF 1952

Class Gift Total: $23,650 Participation: 50.00% Nicholas E. Bedessem Donald Bennewitz James A. Dolan, Sr. Philip E. Feiten Dr. Alan J. Fredian Dr. Julian J. Hamerski James H. Hill Joseph T. Magee John L. Mazer Paul S. Miller Donald L. Minucciani Dr. Lorin I. Nevling, Jr. Dr. Samuel J. Skemp

CLASS OF 1953

Class Gift Total: $4,400 Participation: 31.11% Bernard Beck Clement J. Caponi Thomas S. Casey Roy P. Gillis, Jr. Dr. David L. Hegg, MD James E. Heili Stanley J. Hennessy James J. Loughlin Matthew R. McConnell Thomas McManaman George H. Mueller Richard J. Roth James W. Shanahan James H. Shrake

CLASS OF 1954

Class Gift Total: $7,920 Participation: 49.09% Ronald W. Abicht† Francis J. Backe Edmund O. Baumann John W. Beaty Dr. Edward W. Bermes, Jr. Brother L. William Brynda, FSC Edward P. Cremerius Donald J. Gallagher J. Richard Jackson Fred A. Kueppers, Jr. Roger P. Laven Eugene F. Lavin Sidney J. MacLeod, Jr. William N. Masterson Floyd F. Mathews John R. McNaughton Gerard J. Montgomery Bernard F. Mulvaney Leroy H. Mungai† Daniel K. Rivers James T. Sarazin Stephen C. Schmidt Richard V. Sherman Dr. Charles A. Skemp Dr. David A. Sorg Edward M. Vertuno John J. Vitek

CLASS OF 1955

Class Gift Total: $6,850 Participation: 33.33% Eugene R. Biewen Donald C. Gancer

Raymond R. Greabe Thomas J. Hennessey William E. Ibe William J. Juneau Daniel F. Keegan Bernard J. Rysavy Edward T. Shetka, Jr. Dr. Frank A. Swicker James R. Ward

CLASS OF 1956

Class Gift Total: $8,235 Participation: 36.67% Ray Balcarcel David A. Bissen James E. Bristow Phillip F. Cain Dr. Joseph C. Cerniglia Vincent L. DiVenere Robert A. Gasner Francis J. Giannetti Brother Edward C. Gill, SJ Dr. Robert A. Hoffman John F. Holland Paul J. Hruska Thomas J. Judge John J. Kavanagh Dr. Thomas M. Keefe Kenneth M. Monaco Dr. Walter A. Myalls Elmer E. Randolph Brother James Roszak, FSC Father James D. Russell William K. Trail Charles F. Wiser, Jr.

CLASS OF 1957

Class Gift Total: $10,225 Participation: 47.14% David E. Benkowski Edward J. Bohrer Richard O. Boudreau Dr. Gerald D. Cavanaugh Ernest G. Dawson John F. Fitzsimmons Ronald T. Giannoni Lawrence J. Gillis Joseph Gormley Brother Paul Grass, FSC Merlyn B. Honerman Timothy J. Kavanaugh Dr. Victor L. Kowalski Col. Robert F. Lang James R. Langowski Dr. John G. Lynch Dr. Thomas F. Maguire Charles N. Marron George Muellner Dr. Orest R. Ochrymowycz William E. O’Mara Vincent A. Parisi Ronald J. Paukstys Joseph A. Paurazas Romuald J. Ritter L. Wayne Sachi F. H. Sherry Dr. Frederick C. Skemp, Jr. Father Robert P. Stamschror Thomas F. Sullivan Donald R. Ullmer Peter J. Weingart Richard B. Willett

CLASS OF 1958

Class Gift Total: $21,303 Participation: 32.05% Thomas J. Baryl John J. Coffey James G. Coleman Edward Driscoll, Jr. Robert Friel Thomas R. Guy, Jr. Clyde W. Honermann Kenneth R. Jansen Walter J. Jarrett, Jr. Robert R. Kessler Stanley A. Lechwar George M. Libera Brother Bernard LoCoco, FSC James D. Lorr John O. Martin Dr. William E. McDonnell Donald E. McElmury James F. Miller D. Michael Palmer Robert P. Perozynski Elmer L. Pierre Dr. Ronald M. Severino Robert M. Sterr Anthony A. Vertuno Joseph T. Walsh, Jr.

CLASS OF 1959

Class Gift Total: $52,192 Participation: 30.00% Anonymous Cmdr. Frederick H. Andrus J. Patrick Cashin William L. Connelly Thomas J. Daly Robert T. Degnan Richard M. Diaz Dr. Edward A. Ellis James Hanzel Terry R. Hebig Dr. Arthur Indelicato Henry E. Irace, Jr. Dr. Dale C. Kaiser Father Donald J. Lovas Peter J. Meehan Thomas J. Mulvaney Edward J. O’Hare Kenneth J. Ortman Richard F. Pavilon Harry A. Plotke David R. Thies Michael E. Waters Dr. Harvey F. Weiss

CLASS OF 1960

Class Gift Total: $27,750 Participation: 29.49% William J. Boulger, Jr. Rev. James I. Bream Most Rev. Robert H. Brom Dr. Stephen P. Collins James R. Cooney Father John Czaplewski, FCM Gerald Fair Roy C. Fisher Dr. Mark W. Holmes Dr. Hugh J. Ingrasci Lee L. LaBore Patrick J. Leary William P. McGowen, Jr. Lawrence P. Monnens Dr. Robert B. Razminas Robert L. Roy

Dino J. Santelli Loras H. Sieve James D. Smessaert James F. Srnec Peter Strong Col. James L. Williams

CLASS OF 1961

Class Gift Total: $31,824 Participation: 34.29% Anonymous Rudolph R. Anderle Dr. James A. Barter Morris Berk III Dr. James E. Bierden Jerome J. Bock Raymond G. Brosius Arthur L. Clark E. Lee Cogan Philip J. Cordes Brother Konrad Diebold, FSC Gerald R. Dooley Richard J. Drogosz C. A. Fitzmaurice, Jr. William J. Ford, Jr. Gerald J. Gabel Norman G. Golden James P. Hackett III Peter J. Hartford Dr. Patric Hendershott Robert A. Janka James A. Kellen George W. Kies, Jr. Eugene E. Kinney Dr. Mark J. Melancon, Jr. Edward M. Passe Joseph H. Schlanser Msgr. Donald P. Schmitz Joseph P. Schwebel Dr. Ronald J. Simone Ronald F. Symusiak Dr. Matthew A. Toth Robert J. Vondrasek David L. Weidner Norbert J. Ziegler

CLASS OF 1962

Class Gift Total: $521,097 Participation: 33.06% Michael E. Barrett Dr. Ronald J. Boduch Dr. Frank W. Browning Brother J. William Clarey, FSC, Ph.D. Jerry J. Collins Leonard W. Condon Captain Gene E. Dahm Robert W. Davis Stuart A. English Thomas E. Fremgen Thomas A. Galbraith Michael M. Gostomski James R. Griffin Dr. Jerome Halverson Robert K. Herrmann Cletus P. Janikowski† Dr. Thomas P. Johnson Dennis B. Kay Dr. Lawrence J. Keller George A. Kocher William J. Kritek Jerry E. Kulasik David A. Lanthier Martin J. Lillig Michael F. Lukachik † deceased

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Dr. Wayne E. Mackie Dr. David G. Madland Charles F. McCarter William F. McHugh Dr. Gerard J. Mikol Emil E. Paape Gerald V. Papenfuss Dr. Paul H. Reichenbacher Dr. George R. Ruth David F. Savickas Dr. Philip A. Schaffer Dr. Francis J. Sheeran Arlon J. Sieve Walter A. Svec Thomas F. Thomas Dr. Edward J. Zieserl

CLASS OF 1963

Class Gift Total: $33,490 Participation: 23.48% James M. Boback Robert J. Brien Col. Joseph L. Castonguay Donald J. Christl A. Richard Deitering Lt. Col. Damian G. Evans David D. Fisk Patrick E. Flynn Donald V. Gerum Peter A. Hampe I. Landru Janes Douglas W. Johnson Anthony Jurewicz Ronald J. Kassen David C. Kotewa Dr. Michael E. Kurz Charles Mertensotto Daniel L. Monahan Dr. Patrick E. Mottram Cyril G. Ostendorf James S. Pacholski Dr. Dennis F. Rio Matthew A. Saweikis Dr. William R. Schreck, Jr. James J. Smith George A. Speck Michael E. Stallings Dr. Daniel R. Sullivan Dr. F. Lee Van Horn Robert F. Wacek Charles N. Wheeler III

CLASS OF 1964

Class Gift Total: $33,585 Participation: 37.96% Thomas K. Ahern Father David L. Arnoldt John A. Benz Edward J. Boduch John L. Boege W. Hane Carlson Thomas M. Craig Daniel P. Cullnan James F. Dougherty Donald B. Eck Michael M. Feeney Daniel M. Finn Joseph T. Flad† Thomas J. Garden Stanley J. Getch Dr. John F. Greden Dr. Gerald R. Heiman Paul H. Holmberg, Jr. William M. Hopper William P. Hughes

Paul A. Hundt Joseph J. Kovarik Wayne E. Kronebusch Robert T. Kueppers Roger D. Kurdys Robert Mallon Robert S. Marks Patrick McConville Dr. Gary C. McDonald John T. McEnery Paul J. Meyer John J. Mikulski Thomas J. Mula Thomas W. Mullen David G. Ness Edward R. Philpott John D. Polka David J. Putrich Michael J. Reisinger Leo B. Reycraft Robert J. Schottler Dr. Gerald W. Shay Kenneth M. Sichz Dr. J. Paul Simones Walter E. Skavnak James W. Stoll Dr. Eugene P. Strelka, Jr. Dr. Walter S. Szalajka Ronald W. Wietecha John Willette Edmund J. Wohlmuth

CLASS OF 1965

Class Gift Total: $67,365 Participation: 37.82% John R. Albert Robert H. Andrew Dr. John N. Barrett Robert E. Bellock Paul O. Berendes Father Peter B. Brandenhoff Dr. Jan F. Chlebowski Terrance J. Coleman William E. Costello T. William Coughlan, AFSC Dr. David M. Cratty Dr. Gene D’Amour Richard Dehlinger Dr. John Fenstermaker Michael J. Fitzgerald James G. Goetz Brother John Grover, FSC John Hampe Dr. Thomas J. Horak John C. Houha Walter T. Kelly Daniel L. Kraus John J. Kronebusch Andrew G. Kurz Peter T. Lotzer Thomas B. Maertens Aloysius M. Mazig Dr. Paul B. McAvoy Francis R. Miller Joseph M. Morse Edward M. Mulhern Dr. Leo A. Ochrymowycz Robert F. Ogrin William M. Peltzman John A. Schuh Mark J. Sobota Bernard J. Sullivan, Jr. Dr. Donald G. Truhlar Jean Pierre Turgeon John J. Ulrich

George A. Valaika Dr. David A. Voss Michael W. Wold Donald C. Wolkerstorfer John H. Zimmerman

CLASS OF 1966

Class Gift Total: $102,055 Participation: 30.30% Dr. Francis J. Amore Marshall L. Anderson Msgr. Stephen T. Barnett John R. Bedard Thomas Bouquet Daniel F. Boyce John C. Calabrese Brother Francis Carr, FSC Robert F. Clifford Joseph T. Dixon, Jr. Michael J. Dooley Dr. John E. Dvorak Stephen R. Dybsky Richard E. Earley Michael J. Esposito, Jr. Charles J. Gatz Michael R. Hawkins Jay Heffern Lawrence W. Hilfinger A. Michael Holzemer Charles G. Joseph Thomas H. Klein Dr. James W. Lohr Brother Stephen W. Markham, FSC Brian F. Marton Stephen R. Mayer Andrew Paprocki Robert H. Paradise Louis F. Parker James F. Penfold Dr. Michael F. Perl Roger J. Pytlewski Roger M. Reitmaier Dr. Lawrence A. Reuter Dr. Michael W. Schuetz Vincent Scorsone Leonard T. Sperry Dr. LeRoy Sprang Dr. Richard H. Stasiak Dr. John J. Stegeman Charles O. Sterling Dr. Raymond Suchor Daniel P. Sullivan Dr. Terrence D. Truhler Robert K. Udziela Dr. William J. Walsh Michael T. Whalen Merle F. Wilberding Martin O. Woerter Dr. James A. Zagzebski

CLASS OF 1967

Class Gift Total: $92,167 Participation: 21.95% Col. Patrick J. Bennett Larry S. Beyna Joseph R. Clarkin Donald G. Curtin Dr. Michael J. De Stefano Thomas E. Dyer Robert S. Edel John A. Ehlert Douglas J. Eichten Gary L. Engel Patrick K. Frawley Robert F. Gerry

Thomas H. Graver Dr. Edwin J. Grayzeck John M. Gustin Dr. Michael R. Hannon Thomas M. Harvick Roger S. Haydock John M. Hendele John G. Jelinek Joseph S. Kerns Dr. William Knoedler III Daniel M. Kreutzberg Wayne J. Kruzel Eric H. Kurz Monsignor Gerald A. Mahon Charles J. Nash Dr. Robert F. O’Dea Salvatore F. Polizzotto Joseph J. Ross Dr. Nicholas J. Ruiz John A. Stevens S. Ned Thompson Paul D. Voelker Robert H. Wheeler Ralph J. Zito

CLASS OF 1968

Class Gift Total: $9,045 Participation: 22.93% Thomas E. Charnecki Dr. David A. Christenson Robert E. Courchesne Timothy J. Coyne Dr. James P. Daniel Dr. Samuel G. Dennison Joseph C. Ellis Stanley J. Fiorito F. M. Fitzpatrick Kenneth B. Gieske Patrick M. Green Edward S. Guzdziol Richard J. Hilgenbrink, Jr. Lawrence P. Kampwirth† Thomas J. Keenan George J. Knott Walter V. Kummer Joseph J. Kurtzman John M. Lentz Dr. Michael C. Loebach Patrick P. Madison William H. Minihan Jerome A. Morzinski Dennis L. Nigon Thomas J. Purtell, Jr. John G. Sahn Leo D. Schettler Allen L. Schroeder Jeffrey J. Sheehan Dr. Darryl L. Smith Reid S. Thebault Ronald C. Thiewes Ronald L. Toshner James E. Welhaven Patrick J. Winters Gerald Zielinski

CLASS OF 1969

Class Gift Total: $29,085 Participation: 23.53% Robert J. Becker William J. Browne III Edmund J. Carroll Patrick M. Cerone John S. Comford James L. Coogan Dr. Timothy A. Dooley † deceased


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CLASS OF 1970

Class Gift Total: $19,645 Participation: 17.26% August P. Aleksy III Mark E. Bina Joseph H. Brisch David G. Brom Thomas C. Callen Dr. William C. Cunningham Michael J. Desmond Richard J. Dowd Michael A. Dybas Dr. William C. Engeland Stephen J. Flad John C. Gjeldum Joseph F. Gross, Jr. John L. Hanna Walter D. Haraburda William C. Herzog George R. Hoeppner Dennis F. Hoffmann Timothy P. Horan Patrick H. Houlihan David J. Keenan Lawrence E. Lisack Jerold M. Lucas Paul J. Maganzini David P. Moede Thomas P. Murray Ronald E. Nitka Peter D. Pearson Charles J. Schrup III George B. Simon John D. Stansfield Lawrence F. Stephan Michael R. Trauscht Robert J. Truhlar

CLASS OF 1971

Class Gift Total: $24,461 Participation: 18.00% James E. Boehm Judge Arthur J. Boylan Joseph P. Cain Terry Malloy Chism James R. Figliulo Dennis S. Frederick Jeffrey D. Fromm George F. Girod Thomas M. Haffner Thomas M. Hebig Martin P. Hertz III Martin D. Kissane, Jr. Terry E. Klages Dennis G. Koehler William A. Kopischke William M. Kronschnabel Kevin R. Kubacki William C. Marceau Douglas N. Mormann Susan (Leadley) Mormann Stephen M. Murray Robert F. Nagle Charles J. Newling Louis J. Nutini Joseph B. O’Leary, Jr. Charles E. Rinn Stephen A. Romanchuk Patrick T. Schelble Ronald L. Skraban Stephen N. Smarjesse Dr. Stephen M. Speltz Dr. Mark T. Sprangers Daniel H. Streckert Dr. Walter M. Swentko Marc J. Weisenburger Jerome P. Wolesky

Michael J. Keaveny Dr. Thomas E. Kwiatt Karen (Wisniewski) Lewison Kevin J. O’Connor Mary (Steger) Paoletti Thomas J. Rodell John J. Sabados Carl D. Schmid Michael P. Sopcak David A. Taus Donald J. Tlougan Richard E. Williams III Mary Pat (Navins) Wlazik

CLASS OF 1974

Class Gift Total: $27,315 Participation: 11.81% Carol (Goyke) Cepress Edward Cepress Robert A. Cern Dr. John P. Federbusch James L. Horan Paul J. Kilkus John S. Klug Rev. Monsignor Gerald C. Kosse Joseph P. O’Malley Dr. Kevin M. Rozman Michael W. Schuett Kevin F. Sullivan Dr. Scott V. Turner William B. VonHoldt Dale M. Wagner, J.D. Vincent J. Walker Dr. William F. Wold

Class Gift Total: $33,113 Participation: 22.99% Gayle (Yanchar) Bari Roger A. Belmonte, Jr. Thomas E. Byron John F. Calhoun Charles A. Callan Sally (Weldon) Cannon Macrina E. Cassidy Monsignor Richard Colletti Joanne (Braasch) Collins Michael J. Crowley Dr. Michael C. Dalsing Donald E. Figliulo Ann (McCauley) Finch Michael L. Flynn Dr. John E. Forrette, Jr. Richard T. Hallberg Dr. Cecilia (Carroll) Heiges Michael P. Heiges James E. Hoey Jeffrey L. Johnson Dr. Charles F. Kaminski, Jr. Anna (Guimond) Keaveny Michael J. Kelly Carol (Geldermann) Klemke Michael T. Klemke Kevin E. Kolis Mary (White) Krasner James J. Kudjer Dale F. Lieb Donna (Lorenzini) Mau Richard A. McGee Brian C. McGuire Nancy (Murphy) McGuire Vincent J. Moy Michael J. Mullins Alan M. Peters Dr. Kevin V. Quinn Robert P. Stapleton Gregory Stevens Kathleen (Bishop) Walker Ann (Pitzen) Williams Ann (Mulvey) Wilson Robert M. Woods

CLASS OF 1973

CLASS OF 1975

CLASS OF 1972

Class Gift Total: $56,164 Participation: 17.39% William M. Bonnamy Michael J. Cannon Thomas R. Corr Dr. Robert F. Duffy, Jr. Mark G. Frederick John A. Fuchsel James R. Hellige Dr. John C. Hoehn Dr. Edward H. Hoeppner Margaret (Guarnieri) Isman Michael Keating

Class Gift Total: $68,530 Participation: 26.59% Dr. Kevin F. Barrett Allan J. Brunner Victor C. Cassato Catherine (Troka) Cerone Robert J. Cerone Brother Patrick Conway, FSC Lou Ann (Rothbauer) Crowley Mary A. Dempsey John H. Ebert Michael J. English David E. Feeney

Dr. Michael Thomas Flynn Mary Catherine Fox, AFSC, Ph.D. John M. Gearin Joanne D. Ghiselli Ralph W. Ghiselli Dr. Henry J. Handler Maggie (Wagener) Hood James P. Izzo Kenneth J. Koos Frank A. Kozera III John J. LeClair Michael R. Lyons Richard D. McDonough Barbara (Bush) McNellis Robert J. McNellis Rosemarie Merrigan Mary Beth (Glynn) Mikrut Adelea A. Moe Kevin P. Moss Anne E. Neuberger Marilyn (Lueck) Noel Phillip J. Reicher Janet (Tassistro) Reif Susan (Fiegen) Rodell James T. Ryan Patrick A. Salvi Susan (Sughrua) Schultz Thomas A. Schultz Deborah (Witt) Shea James P. Shea Thomas A. Stanley Edward L. Stuart Steven D. Vetter Bruce J. Wagner Nancy A. Wiltgen

CLASS OF 1976

Class Gift Total: $151,065 Participation: 26.51% Peggy (Kenny) Adelmann Paul W. Brueggemann Colleen (Geary) Brunner James P. Butz Lawrence J. Cap Nancy (Lorenz) Cassato Susan (Stompanato) Cherry William A. Clarey II Mary (Cunningham) Clasen Sheila A. Collins Robert J. Connor Kevin M. Conran Dr. Richard F. Diaz Margaret (Hans) Diebold Philip G. Donovan Elizabeth (Skiba) Dougherty Michael G. Dougherty Kevin P. Dunigan Robert M. Figliulo Monica (Purcell) Greenwood Mark G. Hartman Dr. Susan (Haworth) Hoeppner Francis M. Howard Ann (Janczy) Julsrud James R. Julsrud Dr. Peter P. Kaye Dr. John W. Kolb Richard E. Lauer Paul R. Lorenz Charles F. Mascari Dr. Ruth Mathews Vincent J. McAleer Terrence J. McElroy Barbara (Mulvey) McQuillan James V. McQuillan Peter G. Mihojevich † deceased

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Kathy (Kinsella) Moss Michael R. Nelson Daniel P. Nolan Timothy M. Olson Karen (Minucciani) O’Malley Kathleen (Hughes) Overman Maureen (Connell) Reicher John F. Richards Terrance K. Russell John J. Schmid Michael T. Schuld Anthony L. Sciurba Kevin J. Skonieczny Brother Robert J. Smith, FSC Daniel L. Spiess Angela (Scully) Steger Dr. Robert W. Trauscht Paul F. Trunk Mary Lin (Smith) Wershofen Charles S. Wolande

Linda A. Kuczma Mary Pat Ladner Paul M. Marincel Nancy (Nolan) Ouska David R. Pawelski Mary Jean (Freese) Rumer Kathleen (Conway) Russell W. Mark Shaw John C. Sprangers Mary Kay (Kenney) Sprangers Lynn (Youngman) Voelker Dr. Margaret M. Weightman Peter Wildenborg Jane (Troller) Wood

CLASS OF 1979

Class Gift Total: $97,264 Participation: 19.44% Marie (Hodapp) Baldwin Michael P. Brawley Edward J. Budi Patrick J. Caffrey Patricia (Richards) Carroll Timothy Leo Connolly Thomas F. Cosgrove III Lorraine (Purcell) DeBruin Dr. John M. Domanico James J. Gannon Jeanne (Mullins) Gannon Dr. Charles K. Gilarski James P. Harris Marilyn (Dalsing) Herrera Rita Marie Heuel Robert R. Hildreth III Thomas J. Jeter Pamela J. Joachim Glenn A. Kelley Patrick K. Kobler Deborah (Cantieri) Kolb Michael J. Laak Nancy Laser Ted R. Mathis Thomas A. McDermott Janet (Mongoven) Rapp Robert G. Rettig, Jr. Michael J. Ryan Gregory J. Samuelson Thomas R. Smat Rita (Kronschnabel) Spiess Cynthia (Klee) Stephenitch Dr. Ann (O’Connor) Trauscht Anne (Frundt) Wildenborg Dr. Richard J. Yanchar

Class Gift Total: $19,992 Participation: 19.44% Anonymous Paul F. Albrecht Kristine (Gutzmann) Bauer Marybeth (Tobin) Brawley Diane (Heinz) Buttrey Michael J. Charron Margaret (Hansen) Clarey Dr. Dahn L. Clemens Anne (Lock) Dolan Dr. James R. Dolan, Jr. Bonnie (Sauerer) Francisco Mark W. Galatowitsch Julie (Wiltgen) Garesche Guy J. Gehrman William T. Gran Stephen J. Griffin Christopher J. Hector Julie (Blaine) Herzog Dennis E. Hetrick Christopher Q. Kendall Mary (Hildebrand) Kilbride Gregory M. Kruzel Kathleen (Kust) Kruzel Eileen D. McCarrier Louis J. McCoy Emmett P. McGovern Debra (Jorgenson) Mehling Judith (Azzarello) Millerick Janet (Riskevich) Rayman Thomas A. Redding, Jr. Timothy O’Neill Reid John A. Rhomberg Dr. Mary Beth (Storto) Rhomberg Dr. Steven W. Rice Francis G. Richardson Dr. Kenneth R. Ryback Mary (Greathouse) Schiffer Fabio M. Segreti Robert C. Skemp, Jr. David J. Skrodzki Walter G. Weisenburger

CLASS OF 1978

CLASS OF 1980

CLASS OF 1977

Class Gift Total: $79,195 Participation: 13.90% Robert E. Canchola Thomas F. Clasen Stephen Anthony Coman Charles R. Farrell Nancy (Klein) Hayes Kevin J. Horvath Dr. Robert T. Husfield Theresa Janczy Jeffrey T. Kehl, Jr. Mary (Trimarco) Kehl Mark C. Kempe Judge Thomas L. Kilbride

Class Gift Total: $18,958 Participation: 16.28% Michael J. Bedessem Chuck M. Bolton Mary (Finn) Caffrey Daniel A. Cascio Dr. Susan (Orlowski) Caulfield Richard J. Cech Maryclare (McGovern) Clemens Ron R. Dubis Robert F. Febel Carrie (Dunn) Frey Leonard M. Grandsart Andrea S. Hogan

Paula (Wieczorek) Hoogerland Colleen (Garrett) Huey Mary (O’Loughlin) Husfield Gerald L. Karel Judy (Mohnen) Karel Bethann M. Kemling Dr. Thomas G. Lisack Joan M. McNamara Gregory Nilles Robert V. Obarski Dr. John F. O’Connell III Lee Ann Paulsen Lori (Nelson) Quinn John S. Redpath Danelle (Moran) Reid Albert G. Rysavy Lawrence J. Schiffler Gail (Thompson) Smith Theodore Vatch William M. Walsh Daniel J. Wermers, Jr. Thomas L. Zumm, Jr.

CLASS OF 1981

Class Gift Total: $63,685 Participation: 16.60% Susan (Kane) Bezemes Erik W. Brom Michael G. Broos Brian E. Burke Sandra (Linke) Burke Susan (Stefan) Campos William A. Capraro, Jr. Thomas J. DeMarais Ann (Singer) Elward John P. Elward Christiane (Schasane) Febel Paul E. Feind James P. Fitzgibbons Dr. Susan (Gretz) Galatowitsch Joseph W. Gale Christine (Cieslak) Gicela Margaret (Ryan) Goolan Mark F. Hansen Dan J. Healy Kathryn D. Jarvinen Kevin R. Kurry Douglas E. Luebbe Honorable Michael J. Mayer Timothy G. McElroy Anthony J. Mornar, Jr. Nancy (Miceli) Mornar Richard J. Moutvic Patricia (Gies) Mulcahy Dr. Paul F. Mulcahy Dr. Thomas J. Nardi Cheryl Ann Osborne Timothy O’Sullivan Stephen J. Ratican Jeffery L. Rivers Margaret (Dise) Schneider Sharon (Collins) Seliga Kathleen (Lorentz) Simpson Walter E. Smithe III James B. Such Laura (Tumbarello) Trubshaw James J. Wolande

CLASS OF 1982

Class Gift Total: $11,145 Participation: 15.21% Christine (Calabrese) Ayotte Mark Ayotte Kevin Buron Humberto E. Campos

Zachary L. Chicos Sharon (Falkiner) Fernandez Father John M. Fischer Stephen J. Gryl Patricia (Walsh) Healy Michael J. Horvath Raymond A. Jenisch Amy (Glen) Miller Mark T. Miller Dr. Joseph G. Mueller Dino P. Mugnaini Mark Niemiro Gail (Kielhofer) Olson Edward G. O’Malley Dennis C. Ortman Michael J. O’Shea Brian J. Reilly Eileen (Long) Rice Dr. Thomas J. Rice John R. Schaupp Bradley B. Schleif Geralyn (Stanczak) Smith Mary (Moore) Smithe Jeanne C. Stewart Thomas L. Struthers, Jr. Timothy P. Toohey John M. Vitek Michelle (Kust) Yeager John J. Zachary III

CLASS OF 1983

Class Gift Total: $31,962 Participation: 20.99% Steven F. Bailey Jean (Skillings) Bender Jeanine (Baldwin) Bermes Mark L. Bermes Garry W. Bernier Nancy K. Blakely Dr. David E. Blume Daniel J. Broos Diane M. Bufano Steven D. Burns Ruth (Colclough) Church Bridget (Bieser) Clancy Mary Frances (Coffey) Conrad John P. Cushing Annmarie (Deignan) DeMarais Laurene (Gacek) Demuth Suzanne (Zablocki) Deranek Martin F. Doyle Deborah (Kowles) Erickson Theresa (Kukowski) Evans Laurel A. Feddema Sharon (Johnson) Fiebiger Joseph W. Glenski Dr. Bobbie (Smith) Gostout Jeffrey T. Graves Teresa (Januschka) Hauswirth Dr. Alan E. Hein James R. Heit Kathleen (Wolf) Horvath Donna (Schuster) Hrebec Donald F. Ivansek Henry P. Jakobsze Timothy R. Johnson Patricia (Clark) Kardashian Gregory M. Kimlinger Judy (Mullins) Lucas Susan (Malovac) Luebbe Matthew D. Marron Derek V. Martin John T. McDonnell Maureen (Mangan) McDonnell Dr. Patricia A. McElroy † deceased


2016-2017 INVESTOR’S REPORT Maureen (Forsythe) Mueller Mark S. Munns Kathleen (Finnegan) O’Malley Patricia (Holton) O’Malley Richard C. Perna, Sr. Keith D. Peterson Anthony C. Rappold Debra (Walsh) Rappold Amy (Tunnicliff) Ratican Kathleen (McLagan) Schaffenberger Mary Beth (Karels) Schleif Dennis J. Stevermer Katherine (Brooker) Zachary

CLASS OF 1984

Class Gift Total: $24,455 Participation: 16.74% Joseph P. Alberts Michele (Bernier) Alberts Paul D. Bender Mark S. Brawley Timothy C. Carroll Deidre (Chase) Clingen Shirley (Hazelton) Curbow Kathleen (Crozier) Eikens Margaret C. Gallivan Linda (Pawl) Graves Patrice M. Henning Douglas A. Hettinger John K. Holland Dr. Jean Hollenstein Maria (Boser) Johnson Terry W. Johnson Dr. Julie (Meehan) Kaiser Chris (Von Wahlde) Kavanaugh Christopher M. Kavanaugh Ellen (Kronschnabel) Kelly Michael K. Kelly Jennifer (Potvin) Kendall Theresa (Landrus) Kersting Mary (Seitz) King Michael J. Kinne John R. Lucas E. David Marande, Jr. Marilyn (Weller) Miller William C. Moore Brian K. Nerison Michael J. O’Connell Victor P. Reineke Eileen (Hamilton) Romano Renee (Zameic) Rozman Thomas W. Shellander Kathleen (Murnane) Ulfig Mary (Naal) Underwood

CLASS OF 1985

Class Gift Total: $13,003 Participation: 14.57% Todd S. Borndale Thomas C. Bruckner Daniel J. Bruton Dr. David L. Byron Dr. Paul D. Degallier Laura (Kieltyka) Donohue Mary (McElroy) Fleming Patrick J. Fleming Elizabeth (Rigali) Galvin Michael J. Geraghty Matthew E. Haug Kim (Rogowski) Heit Ann Marie (Brooks) Hettinger Patricia (Begg) Ivansek Barbara (Hartnett) Keane Blaise P. Keane

Kent P. Keller Margaret (Maloney) Kinsley Mark A. Krogulski Loretta (Clarke) Krydynski Vincent J. Krydynski III Jerome L. Langworthy Wendy (Altmann) Lasekan Rosa Alejandra Malo Ricky D. Michel Brian J. Murphy Kevin J. Murphy Donald R. Nadeau Jean (Strickland) Nadeau Joseph T. Nix Julia (Gamber) Pfab Christopher A. Rath David E. Riviere Jeanne (Kowles) Rye Susan Ellen Schmidt DeAnn Simmons-Campbell Paul J. Wildenborg

CLASS OF 1986

Class Gift Total: $14,460 Participation: 9.31% Paul R. Adank Robert R. Bartz Michael J. Bauers Theresa (Niemiro) Burns Kathleen Cullen-Conway Gordon M. Hannon Mel J. Kaiser Mark J. Martinez Dr. Janine (Stringham) McIlheran Susan (Ryan) Mendiola Monica (Hennessy) Mohan Thomas J. Mullins Susan (Connolly) Musich Christine (Heyda) Rath Carolynn Ann Sheyker Brian Douglas Stang Megan (Faricy) Stang† Terry J. Trautman Paula (Maniscalco) Whisler

CLASS OF 1987

Class Gift Total: $3,790 Participation: 5.67% Jacqueline (Maniscalco) Adank Dr. J. Scott Delaplain Scott W. Faust Daniel P. Garry Joseph O’Brien Gately Rita Jean (Eaheart) Gramm Joseph A. Hettinger Walter N. Jungbauer, Sr. Caroline (Tschida) Kinne Jon M. Strauss Laura (Gabel) Strauss Michael J. Vennetti Elizabeth C. Weightman Joseph F. Wieseler

CLASS OF 1988

Class Gift Total: $10,685 Participation: 9.67% Dr. Suzanne A. Bergfalk Wendy (Kairies) Bregel Gayle (Engesser) Brekke Elizabeth C. Crozier Michael J. Dungan Stephen F. Ford Margaret (Dvorak) Gately Kathryn (Tschida) Halvorson Julie (Walerius) Higgins

Stephen M. King Tamara L. Matthees Joan (Cox) Mullins Mary (Bedor) Raeker Matthew J. Sheasby James M. Tschida Heather (Vose) Ulrich Daniel J. Vandercar Patricia (Corkery) Vandercar Andrea (Prugar) Vennetti Susan (Warme) Wieseler

CLASS OF 1989

Class Gift Total: $10,005 Participation: 4.48% John J. Burke Kathryn (Mullins) Burke James R. Chatto Noelle LeChevalier-Dufault Rhonda (King) Dungan Joseph R. Guillou Jeffrey A. Kohner Kevin R. Lund John D. McCormick Sara (Rosenstreich) Rogers

CLASS OF 1990

Class Gift Total: $2,730 Participation: 5.42% Mary (Burke) Anderson Robert P. Chenier Daniel M. Cummings Elizabeth A. Gardner Christopher A. Higgins Paul J. Hoben Rev. Joel M. Kovanis William J. Leen Sheryl (Speltz) Lisowski Julie (Jones) McCormick Mary (Smith) Renk Robert J. Szydlowski Jeanne (Halder) Yeager

CLASS OF 1991

Class Gift Total: $7,995 Participation: 11.54% Jennifer (Smith) Boyle Neil G. Boyle James E. Cave Molly (Crosby) Cave Peggy (O’Neill) Cummings Sarah Marie Dandelet Michael J. Dyer Angela (Hoffmeister) Finley David P. Finley Lisa M. Furey Dr. Mary Margaret Gross Charles J. Hawkins Elizabeth (Feeney) Heil Kristen M. Herrick Pat Mutter Russell E. Neitzke Jennifer (Claire) Olmstead Kathleen A. Rooney Colin J. Sokolowski Brian D. Strub Dr. Joseph L. Tadie Kelly (Kidd) Wahlquist Molly (McManus) Walker Scott N. Walker Linda (Nickels) Weaver Thomas R. Witchger, Jr. David E. Woog

CLASS OF 1992

Class Gift Total: $9,035 Participation: 3.14% Dr. Heidi (Michels) Blanck Danelle (Maschka) Chiarini John E. Heil Michael S. Lehman Father Todd A. Mlsna Ann (Glenski) Oettinger Christine (Rohr) Otte Patricia (McLaughlin) Pleuss Brian J. Smith Kyle Price Yeske

CLASS OF 1993

Class Gift Total: $9,980 Participation: 6.45% Anita (Hennessy) Birmingham John J. Coutris Gavin D. Duffy Stephanie (Teichert) Duffy Karen Lynn Ford Clinton D. Johanneck Kent C. Linder Jesse F. Pleuss Dr. Matthew A. Rowley Shannon (Mullins) Smith Kelly (Shanle) Sokolowski Amy E. Van Etten

CLASS OF 1994

Class Gift Total: $3,950 Participation: 5.22% Rebecca (Hazelton) Bratulich Jerome S. Dunphy Julia (Edmunds) Farnan David J. Frahm Sharon (Lager) Gates Dr. Rebecca (Prell) Hopkins Marcia L. Kadow Michele M. Mahoney Daniel F. Moran Julia (Johnson) Moran Maura O’Shea McCarthy Dr. Kimberly (Jentink) Rowley Peter H. Tapia

CLASS OF 1995

Class Gift Total: $1,055 Participation: 4.37% Danielle Lee Bailey Jeffry J. Eiselt Margaret (Hintze) Hohenstein Dr. Mary (Olmscheid) Maytan Julie M. Pint Julie (Dahlheimer) Prior Stacy (Quickstad) Reiff Mary (Coughlin) Rothschadl Katherine (Stender) Thompson

CLASS OF 1996

Class Gift Total: $5,762 Participation: 5.61% Derrick L. Carter Katie (Frcka) Ford Kevin T. Ford Cheryl J. Gonia Scott D. Hillman Rachell (Maras) Horbenko Jennifer (Schierts) Junker Wendy Marek-Spartz Benjamin S. Murray Colleen (Mowdy) Smith Rene M. Spirek

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Class Gift Total: $3,470 Participation: 8.06% Dr. Sarah D. Aubert Carolyn (Todd) Bray Alan T. Conniff Kathryn (Kadlec) Conniff Jacqueline (Olson) DuLac Robert F. Fisher Heidi (Voth) Gaedy Robert J. Grumich Peter G. Horbenko Krista (Lendway) Hudalla Cheryl A. Jandrich Dr. Karen (Padden) Kress Kate (Jerman) Mannor Terry W. Mannor Molly (Murphy) O’Keefe John N. Piscitiello Sara (Murr) Piscitiello Marie (Johnson) Strawser Michael P. Taylor Jennifer (Krol) Volpentesta

CLASS OF 1998

Class Gift Total: $1,685 Participation: 3.78% Alyssa (Gostomski) Carter Kristin (Anttila) Coudron Gina (Lo Giudice) Curvin Sara (Crumb) Dahlerup Kimberly (Nettleton) Evanson Joseph R. Guenther Dr. Michael A. Linden Christine (Awe) Martin Andrea (Blume) Tilkes

CLASS OF 1999

Class Gift Total: $2,305 Participation: 4.56% Corey L. Anderson Dr. Eric W. Aschenbrenner Laura (Erickson) Aschenbrenner Michael P. Furlong Benjamin L. Huegel Katherine (Holzer) Jelinek Dr. Ami (Kuisle) Riggert Joseph L. Schmitt Mark T. Sedevic Ted J. Sexton Kathryn (Flater) Vadnais Autumn (Hale) Warden Nathan A. Warden

CLASS OF 2000

Class Gift Total: $1,222 Participation: 4.45% Stacey (Simenson) Anderson Brion R. Appling De Ann (Dokken) Appling Teisha (Smith) Devine Jason B. Judge Sara (Schachtner) Measner Dianne (Lord) Miller Laura (Zdunek) Mocha Lisa (Sivanich) Verstraete Kara J. Wener Joshua J. Wolfe

CLASS OF 2001

Class Gift Total: $7,290 Participation: 6.54% Vickie L. Cada Corey B. Detert Marisa (Wilson) Dille

Kristin (Sellner) Fredricks Dr. Diane (Wood) Gordon Dr. Timothy J. Gossen Kathleen (McGrath) Guinane Michael F. Hack Brian J. Henke Laura (LaVigne) Mixon Edward R. Pope John J. Scheid Melissa (Austin) Schneider Janel (Wren) Sedevic Daniel J. Sepion Jill (Hocking) Sorensen Darrell J. Vitullo

CLASS OF 2002

Class Gift Total: $870 Participation: 2.51% Joseph (Rude) Carley Jessica (Wolfe) Dermody Dr. Timothy B. Fredricks William P. Guinane Jennifer M. Miller Kelly (McGillen) Nelson

CLASS OF 2003

Class Gift Total: $3,498 Participation: 4.02% Anonymous Ian R. Bents Austin A. DeMuth Celeste F. Hemmelman Joseph M. Lentino Nicholas A. Michaels Michael A. Ratajczyk Jenna (Robling) Rodenz Emilee (Conley) Scheid Emily (Pribyl) Semsch

CLASS OF 2004

Class Gift Total: $2,150 Participation: 5.42% Lindsay (Haus) Berkseth Allison (Burm) Blaisdell Gretchen A. Herrick Monta G. May Lauren (Hinderman) McKliget Jennifer (Lawrence) Nelson Ryan J. Pajak Keith M. Pieschek Robert J. Reinert John L. Reszka Abby E. Riewe Nathan B. Semsch Sarah (Fisher) Wanger

CLASS OF 2005

Class Gift Total: $7,075 Participation: 5.46% Brendan A. Barcelo Jennifer (Cochran) Biederman Allison (Trom) Gleisner Ashley (Dingels) Gossen Kari (Heltemes) Kearns Stefanie J. Lamusga John A. Nicklow Lindsy (Nelson) O’Shea Matthew D. Rink Andrea (Keber) Schneider Andrew E. Schneider Matthew G. Schulte Ian L. Wildenborg

CLASS OF 2006

Class Gift Total: $1,037 Participation: 5.70% Dr. Lynn G. Albee Timothy M. Carroll Keith E. Donovan Megan (Mason) Girtman Brodie D. Hacken Justin P. Jenkins Dustin A. Kresen Mark A. Matyas Travis L. Nelson Jeffrey D. Pedretti Megan (Peterson) Rask Dr. Krista (Schoeder) Rouse Sara (Sloneker) Seal Jennifer (Schipp) Stewart Dr. Thomas M. Stewart

CLASS OF 2007

Class Gift Total: $2,303 Participation: 3.88% Rachel (Harrison) Behl Matthew A. Bilski David P. Dean Katarzyna Konopko Ashley (Davis) Kresen Matthew M. Popek Lincoln A. Scully Adam J. Stasica Nicholas J. Winecke

CLASS OF 2008

Class Gift Total: $5,808 Participation: 5.18% Kevin J. Black Michelle A. Dougherty Michael A. Downes-Borowski Joseph R. Flynn Sarah (Metcalf) Green Lindsay (Dickson) Henning Brian D. Joyce Amy (Kalina) Majewski Matthew P. Peyton Allison M. Rose Nicole L. Schroeder Alexandra (Bauman) Skaya Anastacia L. Sontag

CLASS OF 2009

Class Gift Total: $3,408 Participation: 5.34% Gary M. Borash Christopher R. Fisette Cassie (Ward) Flynn Rev. Alan M. Guanella Julia Anna (Jergenson) Jenkins Danielle (Dehning) Myhre Tamika L. Robinson Amanda (Wiste) Rud Gregory W. Schuda Nicholle (Hanson) Wilson Carina A. Woodward

CLASS OF 2010

Class Gift Total: $6,215 Participation: 4.23% David W. Dahlstrom Ann C. Dickey Angela M. Diercks Joseph D. Figliulo Monte M. Hopkins Tabitha (Cooper) Kemp Spencer E. Macklin Gregory M. Moore

William J. Ronchak Peter M. Snell Sarah (Weir) van Staveren

CLASS OF 2011

Class Gift Total: $1,279 Participation: 6.59% Audrey M. Allmann Mitchell L. Bechtold Christopher D. Bogie Steven M. Boussie Zachary J. Cizek Jamie L. Henneman Sarah (McDonough) Howard Jacob W. Lechner Samuel P. Levisen Brandon L. Lovera-Ives Jackie (Heintz) McCormick Andrew R. Ruf Erica (Rubenzer) Ruf Rebecca Jo Sandager Alison (Hill) Streefland Daniel J. Streefland Stephanie L. Valentine Andrew N. Warren

CLASS OF 2012

Class Gift Total: $1,570 Participation: 7.38% Alex G. Bilski Courtney (Lee) Borash Samantha (Dahlstrom) Callisto Daniel E. Geraghty Neil A. Heacox Timothy J. Hopkins Dana M. Kreuser Cassandra (Berning) Mockler Michael J. Mockler Samantha (Otto) Mulvihill Emily E. Munns Regina M. Quandt Matthew J. Rebernick Robert M. Rousseau Kelsey A. Schneider Daniel J. Spiess Trisha R. Stachowski Curtis M. Swanson Margaret Ann Villaume David A. Weir

CLASS OF 2013

Class Gift Total: $3,086 Participation: 12.13% Julianne M. Bartosz Bo T. Beyer Gregory A. Bim-Merle Peter N. Borash Morgan E. Carlson Paige J. Carter Haley M. Coolsaet Michael T. Feriancek Kevin M. Gannon Kyle T. Garesche Aaron A. Henry Thomas M. Iven Justin A. Kronebusch Megan E. Leisen Vincent G. Lulic Elizabeth (Scott) Markert Luz A. Martinez Kameron L. McKeeth Andrea (Staley) Moore Colin T. Norris Hailey L. Ohl Jeunesse M. Rutledge † deceased


2016-2017 INVESTOR’S REPORT Jason C. Sandquist Kyle E. Servais Jenna (Mrozinski) Severson Timothy J. Smith Nicole K. Haley Robert J. Speedling Theodore A. VanRanst

CLASS OF 2014

Class Gift Total: $2,191 Participation: 6.48% Darlene Centeno Jacob E. Colwell Kenzie J. Corrow Miles M. Dunna Courtney A. Euerle Alexander W. Gilbertson Matthew G. Kotek Patrick J. Krieger Paul J. LaNasa Thomas M. Merkelis Michael D. Miller Jon M. Schlemmer Taylor J. Thelemann Brian A. Thesenvitz Matthew G. Traxler Zachary J. Wolfe

CLASS OF 2015

Class Gift Total: $5,643 Participation: 11.25% Sarah M. Adams Abdulelah S. Alsanouna Samantha P. Amatuzio David R. Barry Reikel W. Biechler Ashley L. Bollig Samantha S. Borawski Octavia N. Brown Jessica N. Burns Drew J. Denning Christine (Volk) Ellinghuysen Conner R. Ellinghuysen Timothy J. Gleason Keara E. Hannan John A. Kaiser Donny P. Kealy Bryan J. Lampkin Austin M. Lubinski Jacob T. Merkle Andrew S. Meyer Joseph P. Miley Kevin X. Miley Sean W. Minder Patrick D. Regan Paul J. Schmitt Patrick K. Sweet Jenna L. Trio

CLASS OF 2016

Class Gift Total: $1,175 Participation: 8.61% Jessica L. Ainley Sydney C. Brown William W. Doll Philip B. Emmerich Jacob C. Frost Kelli M. Harstad Andrew J. Jaworski Benjamin D. Johnson Joshua T. Ketchmark Tyler J. Lursen Shawn K. Morris Jase E. Pater Cale C. Pieczynski

Alec R. Rolain Peder C. Sviggum Kelly E. Timmreck Kelsi D. Watters Jordan M. Wolfe

CLASS OF 2017

Spencer J. Kubish Michael W. Mezzano Thao Minh Anh Nguyen

CLASS OF 2018 Allison A. Borawski Marissa M. Carlyle Sarah M. Egbert Molly E. Homeyer Austin M. O’Hare

CLASS OF 2019 Erin L. McElligott

CLASS OF 2020

Lydia A. Bacon Madalyn C. Bollig Hailey T. Cottle Jacob C. Kramer Ashlie K. McGuire-Malone Gabriella Jo Pederson Michelle R. Wing

GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS

Anonymous (5) Lorelei D. Abernethy, CFRE M’08 Sarah M. Adams ’15, M’16 Dr. Lynn G. Albee ’06, M’07 Gretchen Atkinson M’69 Brendan A. Barcelo ’05, M’09 James Bauer M’86 David M’73 and Mary Ann M’72 Bayer Jeremy R. Belsky M’03 Reikel W. Biechler ’15, M’16 Jennifer (Cochran) Biederman ’05, M’08 Dr. Leslie K. Bleskachek D’07 Matthew C. Bluem M’07 Keane A. Bonath M’07 Gary M. Borash ’09, C’13 Gretchen W. Boulka M’02 Rebecca (Hazelton) Bratulich ’94, M’98 Chad J. Bray M’97 Katherine M. Broach M’12 Michael G. Broos ’81, C’00 Brother L. William Brynda, FSC ’54, M’62 Kathleen A. Busch ’11 Marjorie (VonFeldt) Canning M’85, CST’53 Chia-Lin Chao M’12 Dr. Paul R. Christensen D’11 Laurie Chu M’15 Nick M. ’15 and Liza M. M’08 Cichowicz Brother J. William Clarey, FSC, Ph.D. ’62, M’67 Jean I. Clarke M’79 Michael J. ’03, M’06 and Annette ’01, M’06 Collins Alan T. Conniff ’97, C’10 Anne M. Conway C’12, M’13, C’15 Brother Patrick Conway, FSC ’75, M’80

Kelly G. Cresswell M’08 Janice G. Delozier M’02 Annmarie (Deignan) DeMarais ’83, M’05 Aleksandra Y. Denisova M’07 Wayne E. Detzler M’03 George Diaz M’10 Brother Konrad Diebold, FSC ’61, M’69 Kim R. Dockter M’98 Susan R. Doherty M’12 Keith E. Donovan ’06, M’14 Gerald R. Dooley ’61 Cynthia W. Dorman M’12 Deacon Raymond L.F. DuBois M’08 Lance R. Duellman M’05 Delores A. Eaves M’91 Carolyn M. Egeberg M’08 Debra J. Fagan M’03 Susan A. Fangel M’08 Karen Feit M’80 Patrick A. Felicetta C’08, M’09 Dr. Nicole L. Fennern D’17 David P. Finley ’91, C’93 Robert F. Fisher ’97, M’06 Michael J. Fitzgerald ’65, M’72 Barbara A. Flasch M’95 Michael L. Flynn ’74, M’96 Mary Catherine Fox, AFSC ’75, Ph.D. David J. Frahm ’93, M’03 Heidi (Voth) Gaedy ’97, C’98, M’99 Joan M. Gagne M’94 A. Robin Gallagher-McEnery M’71 Elizabeth A. Gardner ’90, M’03 Dr. Timothy J. Gossen ’01, M’06, D’14 Brother Paul Grass, FSC ’57, M’62 Dolores L. Grissom M’91, C’92 Teresa B. Grossell ’03 Joseph R. Guenther ’98, M’99 Ana L. Gumm ’08 Kenneth W. Gyarmathy M’98 Holly Hall M’11 Dr. Jerome Halverson ’62, M’69 Wesley Halverson M’73 James Hanzel ’59, M’66 Christopher Z. Hanzeli M’14 Gary R. Harris, Jr. M’07 Marge E. Heegaard M’85 Benjamin Heimdal M’04 Karen J. Hemker M’04 Christopher A. Higgins ’90, M’95 Dr. Susan R. Hines M’01, D’07 Mia Broos Hoagberg Nina Holiday-Lynch Dr. Rebecca (Prell) Hopkins ’94, M’00, C’05, D’15 Jan F. Hosea M’97 Benjamin L. ’99, M’00 and Joanna R. M’04 Huegel Dr. Hugh J. Ingrasci ’60, M’66 John R. Jackson M’09 Cheryl A. Jandrich ’97, M’03 Brittany M. Janis M’12 Kathryn D. Jarvinen ’81, M’89 Katherine (Holzer) Jelinek ’99, M’01 Allen F. Jenrich M’01 Craig Jensen C’98 William A. Jones M’13 Dr. Craig W. Junker M’96, D’05

Kathleen (Bohn) Keane M’90, CST’70 Christopher Q. Kendall ’79, M’95 Stephen M. King ’88, M’98 Kathleen D. Kirkpatrick M’03 Ann M. Klockeman ’98, M’01 William C. M’00 and Jamie L. M’01 Knutson Roberta J. Kochevar M’08 Jeffrey A. Kohner ’89 Dr. Richard Kowles M’67 William J. Kritek ’62, M’66 Barbara Kusek M’70 Tracy Lehnertz M’97 Anthony Leigh M’16 Erika B. Lemke M’08 Heidi A. Lender M’00 Sarah LePage ’09, M’12 Allan R. Lieder M’02 Arturo Lopez M’10 Jeanine M. Lovell M’04 Layla F. Lunde C’04 Brother Stephen W. Markham, FSC ’66 Dr. Thomas O. Marpe D’04 Dr. Ruth M. Mathews ’76, M’81 Dr. Shelly Y. McCallum-Ferguson M’96 Margaret (Stringham) McCoy M’11, CST’80 Helen C. McDowell M’90 Ann E. Merchlewitz M’95 Andrew S. Meyer ’15, C’16 Ricky D. Michel ’85, M’97 Francis M. Miley ’02 Erin L. Minne M’01 Adelea A. Moe ’75 Dr. Merri L. Moody M’88 Gregory M. Moore ’10, M’15 Jonathan C. Moore M’05 Andrew Nath M’13 Joan A. Neaton M’92, C’94 Dennis L. Nigon ’68, M’87 Donald G. Nitti ’69, M’73 Dr. Matthew J. Nowakowski D’10 Anne E. Olsen M’02 Randall J. Olson M’98 Oluwaleye O. Oluwatula M’10, M’11 Lindsy (Nelson) O’Shea ’05, M’06 John Jay Oxton M’97 Ryan J. Pajak ’04, M’10 Dr. Stephen B. Pattee M’04 Katherine E. Pederson M’09, M’13 Stacy L. Peterson M’08 Linda K. Pfeilsticker M’97 Ellen L. Pike ’10 Anthony M. Piscitiello, AFSC ’69, M’82 Suzanne M. Plaisance M’15 Edward R. Pope ’01, M’02 Greta C. Poser C’08, M’09 Heidi Purvis C’09 Dr. John A. Pyle D’02 Karen E. Quinn M’80 Dr. Karen J. Rainford D’14 Michael A. Ratajczyk ’03, M’05 Stephanie J. Ross M’08 Robert P. Rutt M’98 Megan M. Sadowski M’08 Mary V. Schuster M’91 Lisa B. Schwartz M’00 Sara (Sloneker) Seal ’06, M’07 Loras H. Sieve ’60 George R. Simno M’13 Andrea M. Simpson M’99 † deceased

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Cynthia R. Simson M’05 Walter E. Skavnak ’64, M’69 Michael C. Skillrud M’08 Mark J. Sobota ’65 Mooreen W. Sonday M’04 Paula Sonsalla M’13 Dr. Scott H. D’07 and Dr. Karen A. D’07 Sorvaag Dr. Ashley E. Sovereign M’99 Jason Spartz ’06, M’08 Francis W. Speck M’89, CST’74 Jennifer H. Spiller M’98 Lawrence M’70 and Jeanine M’73 Spirek Adam J. Stasica ’07, M’11, M’17 Craig B. Sundberg M’95, C’96 Suelyn Lee Swiggum M’12 Holly G. Taylor ’13 Dr. Amanuel A. Teklemariam D’04 Jennifer L. Teske M’11 Renee L. Thompson ’03, M’07 Mark E. Tilbury M’12 Vally M. Upsher ’12 Mao J. Vang M’99 Andrea M. Vizenor M’99 Rebecca Vogel M’99 Bryan H. Volk M’13 Scott N. Walker ’91, C’96, M’98 Sarah (Fisher) Wanger ’04, M’11 Matthew J. Waters M’80 Claudia J. Wennerlund M’85 Amy J. Whillock M’16 Mary E. Wildenborg M’05, C’06 John Willette ’64 Gerald J. Windley-Daoust M’03 Nicholas J. Winecke ’07, M’12 Thomas R. Witchger, Jr. ’90, M’95 Constance M. Wittek M’00 Dr. William F. Wold ’72, M’89, D’01 JuvaLee Wolf ’09 Nancy Wray M’92 Craig S. Zupko M’04

TRUSTEES

Mary Burrichter Brother Kevin Convey, FSC Brother Patrick Conway, FSC ’75, M’80 Dr. John M. Domanico ’77 Michael G. Dougherty ’76 Dr. Marilyn Frost Brother Nicolas Gonzalez, FSC Roger S. Haydock ’67 James L. Horan ’72 Betty Z. Kabara Linda A. Kuczma ’78 Brother William Mann, FSC Brother Michael McGinniss, FSC Kaye O’Leary Peter D. Pearson ’70 Brother David Poos, FSC Mary Ann (Wera) Remick CST’64 Brother Gustavo Ramirez Barba, FSC Terrance K. Russell ’76 Patrick A. Salvi ’75 Brother Larry Schatz, FSC Sandra (Kaiser) Simon CST’72 Dr. John Smarrelli, Jr. Walter E. Smithe, III ’81 Celeste L. Suchocki Dr. Robert W. Trauscht ’76 Mary Pat (Navins) Wlazik ’73

TRUSTEE EMERITI Loras H. Sieve ’60 David R. Thies ’59 Bernie Wagnild

FACULTY AND STAFF

Anonymous (11) Dr. Lynn G. Albee ’06, M’07 Robert G. Andersen David P. Ansell Jean E. Auman Dr. Carolyn J. Ayers Ellen M. Bakke Dr. Rose M. Beal Mary Becker Dean A. Beckman James Bedtke Pat Beech Brian K. Behling Anna Benz Sister Kathryn E. Berger Dr. Jimmy A. Bickerstaff Alison J. Block Matthew C. Bluem M’07 Kelly S. Boice Ashley L. Bollig ’15 Samantha S. Borawski ’15 Sherry Boynton Derek J. Breiland Leon F. Bronk Nancy Brown Octavia N. Brown ’15 Dr. Daniel B. Bucknam Julie K. Buege Kathleen A. Busch ’11 Carol A. Byrne Jonathan L. Cada Dr. Richard E. Callaway Brother Francis Carr, FSC ’66 Neil P. Cassidy Dr. Lori Charron Michael J. Charron ’79 Dr. Paul R. Christensen D’11 Dr. Erin Mae Clark Annette Collins ’01, M’06 Jill R. Collum Robert Conover Anne M. Conway C’12, M’13, C’15 Brother Patrick Conway, FSC ’75, M’80 Virgina M. Copeman Holly L. Courtenay Cheryl L. Cox John D. Currie Annmarie (Deignan) DeMarais ’83, M’05 Aleksandra Y. Denisova M’07 Dr. Kevin Dennis Suzanne (Zablocki) Deranek ’83 George Diaz M’10 Michelle A. Dougherty ’08 Joseph Dulak Colleen A. Dunne Peggy Ebert Valerie E. Robeson Christine (Volk) Ellinghuysen ’15 Conner Ellinghuysen ’15 Dr. Roxanne Eubank Dr. Sonia N. Feder-Lewis Dr. Nicole L. Fennern D’17 Dr. Sarah M. Ferguson Robert F. Fisher ’97, M’06 Michael L. Flynn ’74, M’96 Patrick J. Flynn

Mary Catherine Fox, AFSC ’75, Ph.D. JoAnn Frahm Dr. Marilyn Frost Timothy J. Gleason ’15 Dr. Timothy J. Gossen ’01, M’06, D’14 Teresa Grossell ’03 Brother John Grover, FSC ’65 Laurie L. Haase Michael Hagarty Jeffery W. Halberg Denise F. Hamernik Sarah Harris Jeffrey R. Hefel Jodie L. Heim Karen J. Hemker M’04 Abbie Henningson Jamie N. Herrick Eric Heukeshoven Dr. Janet Heukeshoven Dr. Susan R. Hines M’01, D’07 Dr. Rebecca (Prell) Hopkins ’94, M’00, C’05, D’15 Lauran Hundshamer Dr. David M. Jackson Derek P. Jackson Ann C. Jacques-Klingman Cheryl A. Jandrich ’97, M’03 Susan F. Jarosak Craig Jensen C’98 Dr. Andrew L. John Tianna P. Johnson Lisa A. Jonsgaard Simone P. Joyaux, ACFRE Walter N. Jungbauer, Sr. ’87 Carrie L. Keillor Ryan J. Kenaga Christopher Q. Kendall ’79, M’95 Kenneth J. Kersting Jacquelyn S. Killian Audrey P. Kintzi, ACFRE William C. Knutson M’00 Dr. Paul E. Kotz Dr. Randy J. Krainock Dr. Joshua J. Lallaman Preston Lawing Tracy Lehnertz M’97 Lauren S. Leighton Heidi A. Lender M’00 Dr. Brooke M. Lenz Terri L. Lieder Coral L. Logan Tamra L. Lubinski Matthew P. Lunde Alisa Macksey Dennis Majewski Yvonne S. Malewicki Brother William Mann, FSC Dr. Thomas O. Marpe D’04 Christine (Awe) Martin ’98 Dr. Debra Martin Dr. Ruth M. Mathews ’76, M’81 Monta G. May ’04 Theodore J. May Dr. Shelly Y. McCallum-Ferguson M’96 Dr. John P. McClure Robert McColl Rachel L. McGee Tracy L. McRae Ann E. Merchlewitz M’95 David Miliotis Jennifer M. Miller ’02 Dr. Merri L. Moody M’88

William C. ’84 and Andrea (Staley) ’13 Moore Gregory M. Moore ’10, M’15 Maureen Moos Dr. Jaime A. Mueller Benjamin S. Murray ’96 Dr. Jay D. Mutter Judy Ann Myers, MFA Donald R. Nadeau ’85 Deborah K. Nahrgang Heda Najmaie Kristy Nielsen Colin T. Norris ’13 Dr. Matthew J. Nowakowski D’10 Laura S. Oanes Lindsy (Nelson) O’Shea ’05, M’06 Dr. Patrick O’Shea Emil E. Paape ’62 Benjamin Pauli Katherine E. Pederson M’09, M’13 Andrea J. Pengra Dr. Esther Peralez Sylvia Pflughoeft Anthony M. Piscitiello, AFSC ’69, M’82 Dr. John D. Poling Stacy L. Popp Greta C. Poser C’08, M’09 Lawrence Price Michelle D. Prigge Dr. John A. Pyle D’02 Dr. Karen J. Rainford D’14 Michael A. Ratajczyk ’03, M’05 Dr. Todd A. Reinhart John L. Reszka ’04 Michelle A. Reuter Nicolette K. Richmond Andrew G. Robertson Laurie J.A. Robertson Annette Roth Dr. Matthew A. Rowley ’93 Dr. Nicholas J. Ruiz ’67 Brother A. Stephen Rusyn, FSC Thomas J. Ryan Megan M. Sadowski M’08 Nusrat C. Saeed Antar C. Salim Barbara E. Schmidtknecht John C. Schollmeier Andrew Scott Lincoln A. Scully ’07 Dr. Elizabeth E. Seebach Dr. Kristen L. Sellke Brother Robert J. Smith, FSC ’76 Dr. Gregory L. Sobolewski Dr. Karen A. Sorvaag D’07 Dr. Scott H. Sorvaag D’07 Dr. Ashley E. Sovereign M’99 Jason Spartz ’06, M’08 Adam J. Stasica ’07, M’11, M’17 Dr. Lynda L. Sullivan Craig B. Sundberg M’95, C’96 Dr. Joseph L. Tadie ’91 Teresa Laws Taylor Dr. Amanuel A. Teklemariam D’04 Paul L. Terrio Melanie S. Torborg Dr. Richard Tristano Lisa S. Truax James R. Ullyot Vally M. Upsher ’12 Dr. Nancy Lee Van Erp Christopher Verch Rebecca Vogel M’99 Stacia L. Vogel † deceased


2016-2017 INVESTOR’S REPORT Dr. Carl I. Wahlstrom Scott N. Walker ’91, C’96, M’98 Dr. Robyn L. Wangberg Jeffrey T. Wanger Sarah (Fisher) Wanger ’04, M’11 Dr. Paul A. and Kathy T. Weiner Kara J. Wener ’00 Paul J. Wildenborg ’85 Nancy A. Wiltgen ’75 Dr. Susan Windley-Daoust Nicholas J. Winecke ’07, M’12 Donald S. Winger Toni J. Winter Dr. Samantha Joy Zaid Mike B. Ziegler

PARENTS

Parents of current students and/or alumni of Saint Mary’s University. Anonymous (8) Krin Abraham Sandra Adducci August P. ’70 and Tracy (Reynolds) CST’72 Aleksy John D. and Kathleen Allen Richard and Cora Alley Dr. Donald and Mariann Alsum Dr. Francis J. Amore ’66 Rudolph R. ’61 and Lucy Anderle Steve and Ann Marie Andert David P. and Janelle E. Ansell Patricia R. Auron Douglas M. and Martha Austin Mark ’82 and Christine (Calabrese) ’82 Ayotte Elizabeth Bach Marilyn Bailey Gayle (Yanchar) Bari ’74 Michael E. ’62 and Kathryn Barrett Kenneth and Mary Barron Thomas J. ’58 and Gail Baryl Justin and Sheryl Bauer Deborah (Scheid) Bauernfeind CST’73 Gerald and Julianne Baustian David M’73 and Mary Ann M’72 Bayer Jose and Silvia Becerra Bernard ’53 and Patricia Beck James and Maribeth (Latterell) CST’72 Bedtke Patricia J. and Michael A. Beech Bonnie Beery Wayne and Jean Belanger Dr. Edward W. Bermes Jr. ’54 Richard and Joan Bernier Daren and Deb L. Betzold Dr. Jimmy Bickerstaff and Paula Harrigan Mark E. ’70 and Nancy Bina Mark and LuAnne Birkhauser Judith A. Biwer Brent V. and Dr. Karen Bjorngaard Nancy (Knott) ’83 and William Blakely David and Sheri Blesener Edward J. ’64 and Judith (Martens) CST’64 Boduch Dr. Ronald J. ’62 and Karen Boduch Kelly S. Boice Gregory and Lisa Bollig Chuck M. Bolton ’80 Keane A. Bonath M’07

Judge Arthur J. ’71 and Kate (Fromelt) CST’71 Boylan Sherry and Donald Boynton James E. ’56 and Mary (Keohan) CST’57 Bristow Victry and Jennifer Brodt Michael Brogan and Karen Stanko-Brogan David G. ’70 and Kathleen Brom Marianne Brueggemann Diane Buchmeier Julie K. and Terry Buege Scott and Julie Buerkle Elizabeth Burke Joan H. Buttrey Leonard J. ’51† and Marjorie E. (VonFeldt) M’85, CST’53 Canning Edmund J. ’69 and Patricia (Goslowsky) CST’69 Carroll Gary C. and Catherine Carruthers Dr. Samuel J. Cascio ’48 James E. ’91 and Molly (Crosby) ’91 Cave Edward ’72 and Carol (Goyke) ’72 Cepress Robert A. ’72 and Jean (Wagner) CST’73 Cern Patrick M. ’69 and Phyllis Cerone William and Mary Kaye Champa Gregory and Kathleen Charko Susan (Stompanato) ’76 and John Cherry Mike and Linda Cichanowski Thomas and Colleen Cole Thomas and Jane Coleman Donald and Karen Collins Michael J. ’03, M’06 and Annette ’01, M’06 Collins Scott and Deitra L. Collins Greg Messling and Jill Collum Dennis C. and Ellen Conley Sherry Connaughty-Graf and Larry Graf Robert and Julie Conover William F. and Camille Conrick Dr. Timothy and Kathy Conway Anthony J. and Mary Costa Stephen and Kathleen Crowley Dr. William and Selma Crozier Shirley (Hazelton) Curbow ’84 Marguerite Cusick Stephen and Denise T. Custer Timothy and Carol Day Mrs. Lourdes Daza A. Richard ’63 and Janice Deitering Mark and Teresa Depuydt Suzanne (Zablocki) Deranek ’83 Steven and Eileen DeSpain Dr. Larry J. and Shirley Dieterman William and Lisa Dillon Thomas and Barbara Ditty James A. ’52 and Patricia (Olson) CST’53 Dolan Dr. James R. ’79 and Anne (Lock) ’79 Dolan Michael G. ’76 and Elizabeth (Skiba) ’76 Dougherty Edward ’58 and Joanne Driscoll Dr. Robert F. ’73 and Janet Duffy Joseph and Karen Dulak David and Chris Dux Stanley and Mary Dvorak Michael A. ’70 and Dorothy Dybas

Thomas E. ’67 and Mary Ann Dyer Peggy and Larry Ebert Robert S. ’67 and Susan (Schlink) CST’69 Edel Valerie Edwards Robeson and Dr. Lane Robeson Dr. James and Catherine Eiselt Susan A. M’08 and Timothy Fangel Scott W. ’87 and Susan Faust Philip E. ’52 and Barbara Feiten George Fejt and Gail Quilty-Fejt James and Carol Feltes James R. ’71 and Ruhan Figliulo Robert M. ’76 and Kim (Febel) CST’76 Figliulo Daniel M ’64 and Beatrice (Liske) CST’64 Finn William J. and Michele Fisch Richard P. and Anita Fischer Roy C. ’60 and Lucille (Farley) CST’60 Fisher David D. ’63 and Marta Fisk Joseph T. ’64† and Kathy Flad Heather Fluck Mary Flynn Patrick E. ’63 and Ann (Dalsin) CST’63 Flynn William J. ’61 and Sheila Ford Jeff and Kathy Fosmo June M. and Timothy Fox David J. ’93, M’03 and JoAnn Frahm Thomas E. ’62 and Maureen Fremgen Richard and Susan Frericks Terrance and Paula Friedman John and Marcia L. Fry Gerald J. ’61 and Virginia Gabel Dennis and Michelle Gadbois Dr. John R. and Patricia Gaertner Elizabeth (Rigali) ’85 and Thomas Galvin Marjorie Galvin Carole Gardner Daniel P. ’87 and Jeanne Garry Joseph O. ’87 and Margaret (Dvorak) ’88 Gately Thomas and Barbara Geheren Guy J. Gehrman ’79 and Sandra Weyers Tom and Candice Giesen Lawrence J. ’57 and Letha Gillis Roy P. Gillis, Jr. ’53 Joseph M. and Mary Goldberg Richard B. and Karen Goodwin Michael M. ’62 and Joette Gostomski Lawrence and Elaine Graf Andrew and Dawn Granholm David Greden James F. and Maureen Grumich Gerard C. and Mary Gutzmann Michael and Amy Haas Laurie L. and Steve Haase Robert J. Haberski Jeffery W. and Jennifer Halberg John and Dorothy Hallberg Denise F. and Scott Hamernik John ’65 and Suzanne Hampe Dr. Michael R. ’67 and Gail (Manthe) CST’68 Hannon Dale and Arlene Hanus James ’59, M’66 and Shannon (Quinn) CST’65 Hanzel

Cecil and Terri Harrison John and Cynthia Hartnett Michael R. Hawkins ’66 Roger S. ’67 and Elaine Haydock Patrick and Catherine T. Hayes Mark and Nancy Heacox Christopher J. ’79 and Nancy Hector Jeffrey R. and Angela Hefel Jodie L. and Gary J. Heim Martin and Marie A. Heins Thomas and Diana Hellmann Karen J. M’04 and Thomas Hemker Dr. Joan Hemmer Jerry J. and Noreen Hennessy Stanley J. ’53 and Ellen (Strunk) CST’53 Hennessy John C. and Kathleen Henry Eric and Dr. Janet Heukeshoven David and Lisa Hill Shawn and Lisa Hillman Dr. Susan R. Hines M’01, D’07 Scott and Elizabeth Hippman Dr. John C. ’73 and Linda (Enyart) CST’73 Hoehn Dennis F. ’70 and Ann Hoffmann Margaret (Hintze) ’95 and David Hohenstein John and Rebecca A. Holman Allan and Diane Hoogheem Timothy P. ’70 and Jennifer Horan Douglas J. and Jeanette Howard Sara Howard Bryce D. and Kathryn Huemoeller Bernadette Hughes Paul and Melissa Irwin Donald F. ’83 and Patricia (Begg) ’85 Ivansek Michael and Corinne Iven James P. ’75 and Joan Izzo Russell and Sharleen Jackson Edward and Diane Jandacek Robert A. ’61 and Marilyn (Wolf) CST’61 Janka Kenneth R. ’58 and Kitty (Merrick) CST’59 Jansen Warren D. and Dianne Janzen Kathryn D. Jarvinen ’81, M’89 John G. ’67 and Mary (Yule) CST’69 Jelinek James and Barbara Jenson Adonna M. Jerman Bromley E. and Barbara Johnson Eric and Mary Beth Johnson James and Joanne M. Johnson Jeffrey L. ’74 and Debbie Johnson R. Scott and Linda Johnson James F. and Joan Jones Lisa A. Jonsgaard Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Jorgensen James R. ’76 and Ann (Janczy) ’76 Julsrud William J. ’55 and Christine Juneau Walter N. ’87 and Amy Jungbauer Dr. Dale C. Kaiser ’59 Mel J. ’86 and Dr. Julie (Meehan) ’84 Kaiser James E. and Susan Karnick Michael J. ’73 and Anna (Guimond) ’74 Keaveny Jeffrey T. ’78 and Mary (Trimarco) ’78 Kehl Michael J. Kelly ’74 † deceased

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Michael K. ’84 and Ellen (Kronschnabel) ’84 Kelly Walter T. ’65 and Janice Kelly Diane Kemper Robert J. and Jeanne Kempiak Lawrence A. Kiesel Jacquelyn and Brian Killian Edward L. and Janet King Michael J. ’84 and Caroline (Tschida) ’87 Kinne Audrey P. and Ron E. Kintzi Steven Kinzer Sheila Kleve Kenny and Barbara Kling John and Donna Kluczny John S. ’72 and Catherine Klug George J. ’68 and Joanne Knott Edward and Debra Koch Mark and Lori Koelln Kent and Jeanne Kollmer William A. ’71 and Mardy (Tierney) CST’71 Kopischke Dr. Richard M’67 and Rose Kowles Donald and Eleanor Kraft Dr. Randy J. Krainock and Dr. Kristie K. Shappell James M. and Celeste Kramer Charles and Tracey Kramlinger Paul and Mary Kreidermacher Edward E. and Betty Kreuter Gary and Jolinda Kring Gerald E. and Colleen M. Kritzeck Phillip J. and Jane Kronlage John and Jill Kruger Mark and Barbara Kryzer James J. ’74 and Dianna Kudjer Denis and Marcia Kuemerle Mike and Denise Kunkel Roger D. Kurdys ’64 Frederick and Therese LaChance Alfred C. and Elizabeth (Ryba) CST’58 Lais Gary and Renae Lamberty Joseph and Donna LaNasa Mark and Diane Lardy Dan Laughlin Patrick J. Leary ’60 Donald and Christine Leist Dr. Joseph R. and Joan Lentino John M. ’68 and Mary Kay Lentz Allan R. M’02 and Terri Lieder Brian and Tammy Lindstrand Mary Kay Locher Dr. Michael C. ’68 and Kathryn Loebach Ronald and Lisa Loof Paul R. ’76 and Cynthia Lorenz James D. ’58 and Margaret (Ahern) CST’58 Lorr Katie Loxtercamp Tamra L. and Ondrej Lubinski Dr. Larry and Janet Luttmers Joseph T. ’52 and Maureen Magee Donald and Deloris Mahoney James and Milissa Mahoney Gerard J. and Barbara Makovec Yvonne S. and Bruce Malewicki Chris and Pat CST’86 Malotka Kent L. and Linda Maltby Cynthia Marek and Doug Lofthus William and Pat Markus Charles N. Marron ’57 Mary Marros Thomas and Sheryl Marshall Anthony G. and Carolyn Martino

Donald R. and Judeann Maslinski William N. Masterson ’54 Rick and Kim Mathwig Tamara L. Matthees ’88 and Randy Galewski Kevin and Janet Matthews Jeanne M. Matug Michael and Cindy Matuska Monta G. May ’04 Michael C. and Deborah McAulay Patrick E. and Kathleen McCabe Dr. John P. McClure Robert and Britta McColl Louis J. ’79 and Margaret (Stringham) M’11, CST’80 McCoy Helen C. M’90 and Rev. Joseph McDowell David and Jill McElligott Timothy G. ’81 and Michelle McElroy William ’60 and Dr. Mercedes (Brabender) CST’61 McGowen Susan McGrath John J. and Sally McLaughlin Curt and Kristel Meitz Brandon and Wendy Melz Warren and Shelly Mencacci Ann E. M’95 and Mark Merchlewitz Jerald and Cathy Meyer Thomas and Susan M. Mielenhausen Bill and Julie Mikkelson Francis Miley ’02 David and Ruth Miller Dianne Miller Keith and Lisa Miller Norman R. and Dorothy Miller Paul and Bridget Miller Paul S. ’52 and Gerri Miller Donald L. Minucciani ’52 Mark and Katherine Missurelli John and Caroline R. Mockler Richard and Nerie Moga Kenneth M. ’56 and Rita Monaco Michael and Katherine Moore William C. ’84 and Andrea (Staley) ’13 Moore Daniel F. ’94 and Julia (Johnson) ’94 Moran Marian F. Moran Bradley Morison and Janet Jones George H. ’53 and Katie Mueller Richard F. and Barbara Mulvey Mark S. ’83 and Laurie Munns James F. and Joanne Murphy Kevin J. ’85 and Kay Murphy Thomas and Julie A. Murphy Charles and Patricia Murray Stephen M. ’71 and Bonnie Murray Carleen Myers Donald R. ’85 and Jean (Strickland) ’85 Nadeau Tom and Julie Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nicholas Dennis L. and Sharon Nickels Mel J. Niemiec Paul and Joan L. Nordick Mark and Polly Norman Gregory and Susan Novak Piotr and Mary A. Nowak Dr. Orest R. ’57 and Mary Ann Ochrymowycz Kevin J. ’73 and Ann (Schmitz) CST’75 O’Connor

Dr. Robert F. ’67 and Marilyn O’Dea Cindy Ojczyk Pamela (Zimmerman) ’74 and John O’Keefe Michael and Penny A. O’Leary Anne E. M’02 and Dean Olsen Donald W. and Mary Ellen Olson Roger F. and Julie Oreskovich Kenneth J. ’59 and Rita Ortman Richard and Jennifer Palermo Lawrence and Gladys Palkert Robert H. ’66 and Margaret Paradise Louis F. ’66 and Eileen Parker Richard and Linda Parkinson Brenda Partington-McGath Mitchel and Terri Paschke Dr. Stephen B. M’04 and Deborah K. Pattee Jerome and VeeAnn Patzner Jeff and Sandra Pederson Katherine E. M’09, M’13 and Steven Pederson Margaret Peel Stanley and Karen Petraitis Dennis and Sally E. Phenow Colleen Piechowski Bryan and Karen A. Pierskalla Anthony M. AFSC ’69, M’82 and Kathleen (Ordahl) CST’70 Piscitiello Harry A. ’59 and Jane Plotke Sal F. ’67 and Eileen Polizzotto Mary Poole Christine Powell Laurence and Marilyn Presseller Lawrence and Diana Price Richard and Mia Probst Dr. Dana and Jonella G. Rademacher Elmer E. ’56 and Susan Randolph Richard C. and Rosemary R. Rankin Christopher A. ’85 and Christine (Heyda) ’86 Rath Mark and Constance Reding Gordon and Linda Reetz Donald B. ’51 and Jean (Joyce) CST’55 Regan Dr. Paul H. ’62 and Patricia (McGrath) CST’60 Reichenbacher Phillip J. ’75 and Maureen (Connell) ’76 Reicher Pauline Reicher Robert G. and Myrtland Rettig David and Lorie Retzlaff Michelle A. and Roger Reuter John A. ’79 and Dr. Mary Beth (Storto) ’79 Rhomberg Dr. Steven W. ’79 and Susan Rice Dr. Thomas J. ’82 and Eileen (Long) ’82 Rice Walter and Mary Ann Riebenack Duane Rivard Jeffery L. ’81 and Nancy (Freund) CST’81 Rivers Andrew and Laurie Robertson John and Connie Roche Stephen A. ’71 and Susan Romanchuk Barbara J. Romanko John G. and Mary Rooney James and Louise Rosemark

Richard and Paulet K. Rousseau Dr. Tom Rowan and Maria Martin Thomas and Judith Rowley Gerald and Cindy Ruether Terrance K. ’76 and Kathleen (Conway) ’78 Russell Jeanne Rutledge James T. ’75 and Rosemarie Ryan John J. ’73 and Christine (Dohring) CST’74 Sabados Brent Sanders Timm and Staci Sandstrom Robert and Joan Schaupp Michael Schlosser and Deborah Frericks John J. and Mantea J. Schmid John J. ’76 and Mantea Schmid Barb E. and Paul Schmidtknecht Margaret (Dise) ’81 and Thomas Schneider Thomas and Elizabeth J. Schneider Dan and Angie Schoemann Gary and Mary Schroeder Dr. Michael W. ’66 and Glenda Schuetz Michael T. ’76 and Donna Schuld Harold and Judith Schultz Thomas A. ’75 and Susan (Sughrua) ’75 Schultz Kenneth Schuster Victor Sebahar Kevin and Nancy Shannon Don and Sonja Sheehan John and Janet Sheerin Murtice Sherek Christine Shrewsbury William F. and Bonnie Shutte Kenneth M. ’64 and Mary (Blaney) CST’65 Sichz Steve and Mary Sieracki Loras H. ’60 and Rose Sieve Dr. Ronald J. ’61 and Marcia Simone Dr. Charles A. ’54 and Barbara (Bracken) CST’54 Skemp Robert C. Skemp ’49 Kevin J. ’76 and Paula (Losinski) CST’77 Skonieczny Steve and Barb Slaggie Doug Sloneker Walter E. ’81 and Mary (Moore) ’82 Smithe Michael and LouAnn Snell Mooreen W. M’04 and David Sonday Willard Sonday Michael P. ’73 and Catherine Sopcak Lynn T. Soukup Peter and Maureen (Salmon) CST’72 Speltz Lawrence M’70 and Jeanine M’73 Spirek William and Kathryn Spitzmueller Keith and Cheryl Stachowski Kathleen Standing Brian D. ’86 and Megan (Faricy) ’86† Stang Robert P. ’74 and Debbie Stapleton Charles and Sue Stasica Michael and Patricia Steffes Angela (Scully) ’76 and Geoffrey Steger † deceased


2016-2017 INVESTOR’S REPORT Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Stein James and Mary Steiner Monte and Lisa Steinke Charles O. ’66 and Marilynn Sterling Robert M. ’58 and Mary Kay Sterr William and Sabrina Stevens Duane and Kim Stock Kevin and Maria Stumo Henry and Bernadette Sturm Kevin F. ’72 and Jacqueline Sullivan Nancy Sweeney Dr. Walter M. Swentko ’71 Charles A. ’69 and Carol (Jurich) CST’70 Szopa Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tadie John and Sheila Thelemann Ronald C. ’68 and Barb Thiewes Mark and Tamara Thomas Patrick and Mary Timm Don and Judy H. Tobroxen Jeffrey A. and Claudia Tornquist Michael and Debra Trainor Timothy and Jeanne J. Traxler Dr. Richard and Barbara Tristano Dr. Donald G. ’65 and Jane Truhlar Larry E. and Diane Tureson Lance and Lois Twedt Stephen M. and Margaret S. Tyler John J. Ulrich ’65 Barbara Valerious Cheryl A. Valle Robert K. and Kathryn Van Brocklin Katherine Vennetti John and Elizabeth Villaume John ’54 and Sheila Vitek George and Nancy Vlahos Bryan H. M’13 and Kim A. Volk Dr. David A. ’65 and Mary Voss Daniel and Nancy G. Wagner Bernie and Jan L. Wagnild Scott N. ’91, C’96, M’98 and Molly (McManus) ’91 Walker Randall and Peggy A. Wallerich James and Lynette M. Walsh Dr. William J. Walsh ’66 Robert M. and Nancy Ward Curt and Mary Warren Lynn Waterloo Sherry Weaver Steve and Janet Weber Robert and Mary Ann Wegrzyn Walter G. ’79 and Rita Weisenburger James E. ’68 and Rita Welhaven Lisa Wesolick Ralph and Jessica M. Westphal Richard and Janice G. Wherley Mary Wieczorek Paul J. ’85 and Mary E. M’05, C’06 Wildenborg William and Brenda Williams Dr. Thomas M. and Chris Wilmot Mary Jo Wiltgen Michael and Julie Windsperger Kathleen Wing Isabelle C. Wiske Constance M. M’00 and Michael Wittek Charles S. ’76 and Terry Wolande James J. ’81 and Janet Wolande Jerome P. ’71 and Mary Wolesky Allan C. and Carol Wolfe

John and Sandy J. Wolfe George A. and Jo Anne Wolkerstorfer Gloria Woog Kamish Lee J. and Mary Yankowski Kurt and Laura Zabel Waneta Zacher Richard and Sandra Zimniewicz

FRIENDS

Anonymous (4) Ethel Ackley Linda Aldrich Michelle Aldrich Scott Aldrich Suzanne Aldrich Jodie Alexander Robert Alexander Suzette F. Allaire Elizabeth Allen Robert A. and Tamara Altavilla Thomas and Barbara Ames Chad Anderson Cynthia J. Anderson Rina (Vinzani) Andrea CST’62 Karen Angell Thomas and Julia Angst Christopher and Jill Arens Elva L. Armstrong Harold and Teresa Armstrong Shane Arnold Kristin Aronson Theresa and Byron Ascheman Richard and Pamela Atkinson James J. Austin William and Carol Austin Maricela Avila W. Brett Ayers Steve Baker Frank and Susan Banda Philip and Maggie Bangert Carney and Patrice Barr Tom and Marlene Barr Renis Barrett Martha G. Basile Edward and Constance Bastyr Robert and Gail Bauer Teresa Baumann George and Dawn Beall Lawrence E. and Sandra Beall Jane (Ritter) Beaty CST’55 Celeste Bechdolt Maribeth (Latterell) Bedtke CST’72 Laura Behling Dzenan Berberovic Allen and Kayla Berg David J. Berglund and Erin TentisBerglund Michael and Theresa Bergwall Larry and Judy Bernier George and Phyllis Betzold Kyle Betzold Margaret (Williams) Bierden CST’62 Charles and Judith Bird David and Therese Birkhauser Robert Birkhauser Nancy Bishop Michael Blakely Thomas and Susan Blakely Michael Blanchette Arlene M. Blank CST’63 Grace Blesener Andrew W. Block

Thomas and Doreen Blome Paul and Joan Blonski Jason Bobb John Bollito Peggy Boswell Royce Bottin Rosemarie Boulanger George and Debra Braden Marcia Bradley Todd and Shari Brakke Ken and Dawn Brandau Dean and Teresa Brandt Bruce and Joyce Brandvold Donald and Margaret SeegersBraun Bradley I. Brehm Mike and Valerie Breitbach Tom Brierton June Brochman Jack V. Brodt David Brooks Sarah C. Broos Abby S. Brown Micheal Brown Regina Brown Wesley and Debra Bruemmer Dennis and Judy Brumm Susan Buchman Dean D. and Shirley Buerkle Mildred M. Bulaga Barbara (Bennett) Burchill CST’71 John and Rita Burckhardt Eric and Staci Caille Sally A. Callahan Patricia Cameron Dale and Leona Campbell Mary Anne Carpenter Lawrence and Sandra Carrington James and Susan Carroll Margaret A. Carroll Tim and Tracy Cervenka Brian and Robin Charlson Elizabeth (Krembs) Charnecki CST’68 Michael Chmurski Ken and Cay Chock Marylin Chopp Karen A. Christenson Gerry Cichanowski Adam and Kathryn Clark Thomas and Linda Clark Jeffrey Claseman Jane Cleary Thomas and Amanda Connelly Elizabeth Connors Chris and Stephanie Cornwall Philip and Kathryn Cottle Ricky and Rosemarie Craft Jamie Cram Michael and Cheryl Cramer Carolyn Crawford Gregory T. and Nancy Creighton Linda K. Crosby Mychal Crowder Jeff Crowns Dennis and Elizabeth Cullen Timothy and Deborah Cullen Joni Cullers Sandra Curtin Susan Cyert Bob Dale Maureen Dalnes Ed Daly Mary Daniel Richard and Lorraine Darrell

Kenneth and Patricia Dehn Richard and Elizabeth Deyo Glen and Cheri Dick Dennis Dickens Dr. Dorothy E. Diehl Catherine Dienhart Dr. Joseph V. Discipio Michael Divittorio and Catherine Foley-Divittorio Peter and Jill Diwi Philip and Sherry Doering Mary Doerr Audrey Doherty Lilliam Dolan Zift and Stephen Ziff Bruce and Laura Dolitsky Joan (Fallon) Domanico CST’78 Myrna Donovan Lawrence and Carolyn Doody Leonard P. Dorrian Daniel and Bernadette Dow Dawn Drake Donn and Debbie Drommerhausen Wayne and Nancy Drury Earl Drussell Shawn Dudley James and Rachel Dunlap Brian and Susan Dunn Janet L. Dunn Terrence and Maureen Dunne Walter and Patricia Dziedzic Daniel and Jeanine Eble Francis Eby Lawrence and Paula Eby Mark Eckholm James and Mary Eddy Arthur and Judy Egbert David and Mary Egbert Timothy and Cynthia Ehlen Kathleen Eiden Jeffrey and Melissa Elder Dean and Jeanne Enrooth Ridge Erdmann and Allissa Heim Richard Erickson Andy and Paige Erwin William and Sonia Esch Jason and Rika Essig Greg Evans Chad and Julie Even Brian and Karen Everett Chris and Ame Evoy Father A.C. Fabian, OP† Vincent J. Fahnlander Mary E. Fairbanks Amy Falkenberg Arlene Falkenberg David and Denise Faust William and Elizabeth Faust Rachel Fenker-Vera Rosella Fenlon Gordon and Cynthia Ferguson James and Janet Fischer Lucille (Farley) Fisher CST’60 Henry and Germaine Flaig Thomas and Kathleen Flanagan Fredrick R. Fletcher Dann Forsberg Trudy A. Fortun Joseph Fox Richard and Jill Franks Terry Fraser James and Lanay Frericks Mark Freund Maribeth Friend Joel and Kathryn Frost † deceased

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James Furey Anthony and Karen Fuscone Andrea J. Gage Joseph Gage Sherwood and Sally Gaines Gary and Ellen Galbavy Paul Galles Brian and Ann Galske Janet M. Galvin Sonja Gardner Anthony J. Garvy Julie Gay and William Domina Diane M. Geers Clare Gennario Randy and Emily Gerber Terrance and Judy Gere Sister Generose Gervais† James and Dorothy Gesme Frances F. Gleason Julie Gleason and Thomas JoliCoeur Marilyn Gleason Mark L. Gleason Mary Glenski Bill and Joan Goergen Gayle B. Goetzman James M. Gores Louie and Theresa Gountounas Howard and Annie Green Barbara Greenspan JoEllen Gregie Thomas and Carole Griffith Gerald and Corrine Grochowski Kevin and Carol Hagan Mo and Sherry Hakimi Scott Halberg James and April Hale Jason Hall Neal and Betty Hambleton Frank Hamer Raymond Hanania Jeremiah and Mary Lu Harney Paul Harrington Daniel R. and Carol Harris Dean Harrison Timothy and Mary Hassett Jeanne Hebert Wilf Herbert John Hedrick and Family Eugene and Sharon Heiling Dureen J. Heim Richard Heim and Rita Valdes Chris Hein Robert and Juanita Hein Diane Heinz Brett and Christine Helgeson Jennifer Helget Capt. Larison F. Helm Andrea Henrich Patti Henthorne Dr. Priscilla J. Herbison Cathy Herfindal Jeffrey Herman Colleen Herzog Mark and Barb Stremick-Hierl Dr. Jeffrey R. Highland Michael Higuera Julie Hildebrand Emily Hilfers Darlene T. Hilger Monica Hilger Harold and Anita Hill Herbert Hill Diane and Thomas Hinds Andrew and Deanna Hochmuth

Douglas and Monica Hoeppner Jordann Hoff Theresa Hoffman Terry and Lynette Holm Crystal J. Holtz Susan Holtz William and Amy Holtz Fred and Ruth Homeyer Bob A. Hoodecheck and Dr. Sue Jelense Carol Hopkins Charles P. Hubertz Scott and Barbara Hudson Monica Huesing Donna Huffman Donald and Maureen Hughes Brother Lawrence Humphrey, FSC Harry and Mary Hunter Mike Hurd James and Sarah Hutson Norman and Carol Hyer John and Sharon Illikman Sharon Irwin Jack and Carol Iten Steven and Lisa Iverson Dr. Todd A. Iverson Sean Jackson Susan Jacobson Johnson Christy Jagdfeld Bradley Jahnke Donald and Diana Jakubisin Ronald and Denise Janicek Kathleen M. Janikowski† Blaine Jasper Robert and Patricia Jennissen Charles A. and Fayth Jensen Douglas and Mary Jerde Charles and Darna Johnson David A. Johnson Gary and Kristin Johnson Dr. John J. Johnson Matthew J. and Donna Johnson Rodney and Lillian Johnson Rodney and Dorothy Johnson Sharon A. Johnson Elaine M. Johnston Kent and Diane Jones Pat and Carolyn Jones Mary (Albel) Judge CST’58 Betty Z. Kabara Jerald and Jane Kabele Paul and Sherry Kalow Frances Kapp Jessica Kardel Jeremiah and Pam Kearney Brenda Kehrer Joe and Agnes Keller Elaine Kelly Michael and Barbara Kelly Dr. William C. and Marianne Kelly Dora Keprios Gary Kernodle Alan M. Kiefer Bob Kierlin and Mary Burrichter Stephen L. and Frances Kieselhorst Linda Killian-Baures Gregory Kinne Ron E. Kintzi Chad and Andrea Kinzer John and Rachel Kinzer Heidi Klassen Lorraine Klima Allan and Mary Kloos Tim Knoespel

Dr. Robert and Joan Knowlan Russell and Rosemary Kohler Ann Kool Jeffrey and Carol Koplan Harold and Deanne Kordovsky Edward and Beverly Kramer Keith and Kaleen Kremers Kenneth B. and Catherine Krick William J. and Marta R. Krug Robert and Dorothy Kruger Leroy and Linda Kuhl Gary Kuhlmann J. Kuklok Frank and Lynda Kuzma Linda (Hines) Laak CST’79 Brian and Mary Lamb Bev Lambert Dr. Jack and Mary Frances Lane Robert and Julie Lane Jeffrey J. Langaard James Langenberger Lyle and Mary Lannbrecht Mrs. Ervin Lardy Christina LaValle Jerry and Judy Lawson Lloyd and Sandy Lee Thomas and Mary Gerry Lee Jody A. Leinss Elizabeth Leinweber Michael and Ann Leisen Joel and Jan Lemke Vera Lentsch Michael and Jodie Lester Dennis and Laurelle Lettner Henry and Marcella Lettner Kay Lettner Rebecca Lettner Joyce Letven† Dennis and Judith Lewis Mark and Allison Lewis Dustan Lick Zachary Lietzau Bradley and Wanda Lamb-Lindow Glenn Lindstrand Kevin and Jean Lindstrand Te-Chiang and Yi-Lin Liu Lois A. Lloyd Scott and Karen Loechler Robert and Carol Lombardi Jill and Doug Long Paul and Carol Longsdorf Lucille Lopez Bernard and Beatrice Loppnow Richard and Dorothy Lorenson Rodney and Susan Lubeznik Steve Lyga Celestine Macijunas Charles and Nancy Macyunas Maureen C. Madigan Amy Mahnke Michael and Arlene Mancine Edward T. and Lucretia Mann Annette Margarit Susan and Walter Marshall Bekah Martin James and Marilyn Masey Mary Ellen Mathwig Douglas and Nancy Matti Donald and Marlene Mattson Mark Mattson Mary Mattson Robert and Yvonne Matuska Peter and Mary Mazza John and Amy McCarthy Joseph and Mary McCue

Madonna McCutcheon Mary Kay (Stepanik) McDermott CST’77 Dr. Mercedes (Brabender) McGowen CST’61 David and Jennifer McGuire Michael and Susie McKenna David and Patricia McLellan Althea McMillion John and Jane McMonagle Shelly and Mark Medina Mark and Carrie Megal Paul and Jenny Megal Maura Meitz Connie Melz Brian and Nichole Menk Mark Merchlewitz Richard Mertes Allen and Lori Meyer Matthew Michel Mary Michener Barbara Miller Jerry and Sue Miller John and Sue Miller Scott Miller William P. Miller David and Dawn Minella James and Nancy Mlsna Patrick Moham Judy Moll Paul and Jean A. Mooty Daniel and Michelle Morgan Christopher Morton James and Lori Motsch Joseph Moure Mary J. Moxness CST’71 Joann Mueller Mary C. Munns Paul Munns Edward and Cheryl Murillo Thomas and Karylen Murphy Jeb Myers Mikisha Nation Peter and Pamela Neary Gary and Debra Nelson John and Sandy Nelson Dolores Neri James and Evelyn Newman Lee P. Newman Brady and Rhonda Nichols William and Jan Nielsen Russell and Avle Sarver Nimtz Martin and Stephanie Norder Lynn O’Connor Mary O’Connor Michaeleen O’Flynn John and Pamela O’Keefe Gerard Okumura Betty (McCormick) Olsen CST’65 Patrick and Cathryn O’Malley Terrance and Elizabeth O’Neill David and Meredith Onion Nancy O’Reilly John and Mary O’Rourke Ellen Pahl Jean Paltzer-Fleming Suzanne Pansch Theodore and Susan Pappas Betty Parrett Dick and Judy Partington Joseph Patt Deborah K. Pattee Cassandra Paulsen Rochell Pederson Marion Pelletier † deceased


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Two stories, one mission Faculty and staff at every level of Saint Mary’s University put so much of their energy, their time, and their talent into their work. Believing strongly in the mission, they also support the university philanthropically. They’ve seen, and they’ve felt the mission because they live it every day.

As a first-generation college student who was once also a non-traditional student, Susan Jarosak identifies closely with many of the adult learners she now serves. Jarosak, program director for the B.S. Healthcare and Human Services Management Program and assistant dean of the Graduate School of Health and Human Services, came to Saint Mary’s five years ago but she has worked with adult learners for about 11 years altogether. She philanthropically supports the SGPP (Schools of Graduate and Professional Programs) Faculty/Staff Scholarship because it’s another way for her to help her students succeed. “I feel like they’re so underserved in our society and they have different needs, and I understand what those needs are because I was an adult nontraditional student when I returned to college,” she said. “I couldn’t find one scholarship available to me, and I did not receive any employer tuition reimbursement, so I worked hard to find any scholarship money. I feel very passionate about removing barriers for other students.”

Jarosak said that as a college student, she always dreamed of being the type of adviser who shows students all their options and helps them to make good choices for themselves. Financially supporting her adult students by contributing to a scholarship fund is another way she can encourage them. “I care,” she said. “We know their stories. A lot of our adult students are working two jobs and have kids. They might be military veterans. Their stories Susan Jarosak just make me want to support with Saidiyo Yusuf. them in any way I can. I think we get to know the students on a deeper level.” She believes it’s that personal touch that makes Saint Mary’s special. “We see deeper into their motivations and needs to complete the degree to better their families,” she said.

Dr. Joe Tadie’s life has largely been intertwined with Saint Mary’s. He came to the Winona Campus in 1987 as a student, returned to be an instructor in the De La Salle Language Institute between 1992-95, and has taught in the Department of Philosophy since 2000. Dr. Tadie is often the first to volunteer for projects he believes in, donating countless hours to Saint Mary’s and also supporting the university philanthropically. What makes Saint Mary’s special? For him, it comes down to two main things. “Certainly the mission,” he said. “I am deeply sympathetic to the mission of the De La Salle Christian Brothers. And on the external side, it’s just this amazing driftless region of Winona. This river and this place is big for me. But it’s the mission that keeps me at Saint Mary’s.” For Dr. Tadie, the mission is expressed most directly and potently through the First Generation Initiative. He has taught each summer in the initiative’s Countdown to College summer college preparation program, aimed at high school students. He also works with First Generation scholars, and he philanthropically supports the program. “For me the First Generation Initiative is the strongest piece,” he said. “We’re going to survive (as a university and as a nation) based on how we meet the needs of our first generation learners. I love my engagement through Countdown to College and was involved in the inaugural flight of the program. It’s rejuvenating for me.”

Watching the 2018 FGI scholars cross the commencement stage will hold extra meaning for Dr. Tadie, who first met these seniors as eighth-graders through the Countdown to College program. “Being part of this program from the beginning to seeing actual feet walking across Dr. Joe Tadie with the stage with their Demetrius Young ’17. degrees in hand will be immensely gratifying,” he said. These results, he said, mean the work Saint Mary’s is doing is successful in supporting this group of learners. In addition to his work with the First Generation Initiative, Dr. Tadie is active with the Living Learning Communities on campus, serves as assistant coach to the men’s soccer team, and advises both the soccer club and ProjectGo, which both engage students with local underserved youth—another way he stays connected to the mission of the De La Salle Christian Brothers. “The mission asks more of us than a contract for professional service,” he said. “To me mission means engagement and it means engagement with the least, the last, and the lost. But it’s not about trying to ’help’ anybody. It’s about entering into community with them. They’re the future.” ≠

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Paul and Wendy Pelletiere David Pengra Craig and Debra Pesch Chad and Lynette Peterson Robert and Marlene Peterson David and Mary Pfeilsticker James and Rita Pfeilsticker Theresa Pfeilsticker Elmer and Mary Phipps Janice Piechowski Timothy and Crystal Pieper Angela F. Poirier Lisa Pollock Nicholas and Amanda Pribek Tamara M. Prigge Pam and Mark Puddicombe Gretchen Pyle Most Rev. John M. Quinn Stan and Betty Quinn Jerry Raddatz Mark and Geri Radke Daniel and Linda Raduenz Brother Gustavo Ramirez Barba, FSC Dr. Grace and Paul Ramseyer David and Sheri Rau Jerry and Diane Rau Charles and Roxanne Raykovich Joseph Ream James and Tamera Redasky Mike and Carol Redmond Kelly Regan Ralph and Donna Reilly Connie J. Reiten Andrew Remick John D. and Mary Ann (Wera) CST’64 Remick William Retzlaff Rill Ann Reuter Jean Richards Michael and Ruthann Richardson Michael and Linda Riordan Sara and Linda Riordan Craig G. and Terri Robb Fred and Gloria Roesner Amy Romano James Romenesko Merlin and Rosemary Romenesko Timothy and Jan Romenesko Rosemarie Romportl Theresa Romportl Jim and Renee Root Larry and Margaret Rootes Robert and Kathleen Rosedahl Martin and Patricia Rossini Sheryl Rossini-Gutzman Robert and Kathleen Rotty Nathan Runde Ronald and Loretta Rutkowski Stephen and Paula Sachs Kit and Jan Sackreiter Jerry and Barbara Sams Mark Sams James Sansone Ernie and Carol Sarason Daniel and Jill Scarnavack Jean Schaefer Brother Robert Schieler, FSC Brian and Michelle Schlichter David Schlosser Glenda Schlueter Andrew Schmitt Charles and Pamela Schmitt Joan Schneck Sharon Schroeder

David and Roxanne Schumacher Gregory Schumacher James and Katherine Schweikart Sharon Scott Carol Seegers Charles Seegers Raymond Seegers Charles and Rosemary Seidel Thomas and Joann Seifert Michael Seramur Kristin Seterdahl Patricia Sharkey Foster and Karen Sherwood Jesse and Janet Sibert Julie P. Sieracki Peter Silvestri Ronald and Nancy Sime Darryl and Mary Skallet Frances (Perry) Skemp CST’51† Jean (Purcell) Skemp CST’60 Ray and Marianne Skowyra Braden and Elizabeth W. Slezak Cynthia Slowiak Delores Slowiak William Smart Kathleen R. Smith Ed and Mary Smrecek Roland and Julie Snell Walter and Marian Soler Dr. Mike D. and Dr. Pat M. Sommerville D. Andrew and Jan Spalding Teresa (McNamara) Speck CST’76 Stephanie Sprague Margaret Spriggs Mary Spriggs Ronald and Judith Stanek Randy and Melissa Starke Jonathon and Nancy Starr Robert Starr Duane and Terri Statz Randall and Susan Steffen Elizabeth Stegeman Daniel Steger Marina Steiner Pearline Stinson Carrie Stolar Mary Jane (Nystrom) Straub CST’52 Susan G. Strese Kathleen Stroschine William and Elaine Sullivan Patrick Swanson Peder and Joann Swanson Ronald and Betty Swanson William and Kathleen Swartz Garry and Lynn Tamm Amy and Craig Teetzel Linda Testa Scott and Renee Thelen David M. and Lynn Theurer Jeffrey and Sharyl Thomm Leonard and Cleoma Thompson Scott and Kirsten Thompson Jeff P. Tilkes Lyle and Linda Timm Phyllis Timm Scott and Ann Tomek Ronald and Susan Trendle Kenneth and Carol Trombley Frank and Dr. Carol (Wiltgen) CST’76 Trotter Beverly Tschumper Lawrence and Nancy Turba George Turner

Mark and Tamara Twiggs Polly Uner Catherine and David Urban Gloria Van Deinse Alexander and Amy Van Eekeren Holly Van Ort Curt and Kathleen VanHooven Don and Jamie Vanourney Leroy M. Vasquez Raymond Vennewitz Thomas Verhaalen Theo Vigo-Dow David A. Vitcenda Archbishop John G. Vlazny Tyrone Wacker James and Sandra Wade Lance Wade and Meridith Brand Wade Stacy and Chad Wade Jennifer Waldorf Margery A. Wallerich Jason and Rebecca Walsh Sean and Darcy Walsh Michael and Cynthia Walz Shirley Waterloo Alice Weber David Wedl Charles Weihe Maralyn Weihe John P. Weinberg Peter and Mitzi Weinberg John and Marie Welliver Christopher and Jennafer Wells Harold and Dorothy Wenzel Ann Wermer Donald and Deanne Wessel Pat and Kerry Wethington Nick and Nancy Whaley Bradley and Nancy Wiechmann Patrick and Peggy Wier Dean and Sue Wilcox Thomas and Colleen Wilhelm Joan L. Williams Ronald Williams Tony and Erica Wilson Mary O. Winkels† Raymond J. Winter Theresa Wirtz Nancy and Donald Wisniewski David and Jennifer Witte Jayne and Randall Wobig Brian and Susan Wolfe Harold and Geraldine Wolfe David and Rochelle Wood Michael and Joanne Woodard Kristina Worm Dawn Wrona Eby Theodore and Andrea Wuerslin Sophia Yang Don and Peggy Yates Elaine Yorkgitis Joe and Carrie Young Tanya Young Aeric and Tammy Younge Daniel and Carol Zabel Joan Zabel Mary (Gordon) Ziegler CST’61 William and Robyn Zimmerman Mike Zurfluh

ESTATES

Kathleen M. Janikowski Mary O. Winkels

IN HONOR OF Kali J. Aldrich ’18 Michelle Aldrich

Dr. Donald Alsum Gordon M. Hannon ’86 and Chip Payos Adrianna Black ’20 Colleen Herzog Allison A. Borawski ’18 Conner ’15 and Christine (Volk) ’15 Ellinghuysen Samantha Borawski ’15 Conner ’15 and Christine (Volk) ’15 Ellinghuysen Ben F. Buerkle ’17 Scott and Julie Buerkle Campus Ministry Anthony M., AFSC ’69, M’82 and Kathleen (Ordahl) CST’70 Piscitiello Brother Francis Carr, FSC ’66 Dr. Timothy J. ’01, M’06, D’14 and Ashley (Dingels) ’05 Gossen Rick and Kim Mathwig Elias S. Cave ’20 Charles J. Hawkins ’91 Dr. William Crozier Dr. Margaret M. Weightman ’78 and John Knaack James Cullen ’18 Amy Romano De LaSalle Christian Brothers Dr. Timothy J. ’01, M’06, D’14 and Ashley (Dingels) ’05 Gossen Edward and Lucretia Mann Christine (Volk) Ellinghuysen ’15 Conner Ellinghuysen ’15 Bryan H. M’13 and Kim A. Volk Father A.C. Fabian, OP† - 90th Birthday Katherine E. M’09, M’13 and Steven Pederson Dr. Kathleen Flanagan M’75 James ’59, M’66 and Shannon (Quinn) CST’65 Hanzel Mary Catherine Fox, AFSC ’75, Ph.D. Robert P. ’74 and Debbie Stapleton Bryce M. Galewski ’20 Tamara L. Matthees ’88 and Randy Galewski Reese M. Galewski Tamara L. Matthees ’88 and Randy Galewski Jason A. Goldberg ’96 Joseph M. and Mary Goldberg † deceased


2016-2017 INVESTOR’S REPORT Clement Grandsart Leonard M. Grandsart ’80 Brother John Grover, FSC ’65 Robert G. ’77 and Debra Rettig Dr. Margaret M. Weightman ’78 and John Knaack Dr. Jeffrey R. Highland Stephen J. ’81 and Amy (Tunnicliff) ’83 Ratican Charles G. Hilger ’19 Teresa Baumann Bradley W. Hill ’19 Herbert Hill Dr. Linka M. Holey Dr. Timothy J. ’01, M’06, D’14 and Ashley (Dingels) ’05 Gossen Joshua D. Hottinger ’19 Gary Kernodle Daniel E. Hunt ’78 George Turner Dr. John J. Johnson Dr. Timothy J. ’01, M’06, D’14 and Ashley (Dingels) ’05 Gossen Matthew and Donna Johnson Simone P. Joyaux, ACFRE Anthony J. Leigh M’16 Betty Z. Kabara Audrey P. and Ron E. Kintzi Audrey P. Kintzi, ACFRE Anthony J. Leigh M’16 Sister Clare Korte, OSF M’67 Gordon M. Hannon ’86 and Chip Payos Dr. Richard M’67 and Rose Kowles - 60th Wedding Anniversary James ’59, M’66 and Shannon (Quinn) CST’65 Hanzel Nancy O’Reilly Dr. Richard Kowles M’67 Dr. James R. ’79 and Anne (Lock) ’79 Dolan Joanne Z. Linden Dr. Michael A. Linden ’98 and Marc Schulte Brother William Mann, FSC T. William Coughlan, AFSC ’65 Dr. John J. Johnson Edward and Lucretia Mann Most Rev. John M. Quinn Brother Robert Schieler, FSC Dr. Robert W. ’76 and Dr. Ann (O’Connor) ’77 Trauscht Brother William Mann, FSC 50th Jubilee Anonymous (3) Mary Becker

James and Maribeth (Latterell) CST’72 Bedtke Brother Francis Carr, FSC ’66 Dr. Samuel J. Cascio ’48 Christian Brothers of the Midwest Christian Brothers St. Patrick H.S. Community Brother J. William Clarey, FSC, Ph.D. ’62, M’67 Monsignor Richard Colletti ’74 Larry Graf and Sherry Connaughty-Graf Elizabeth Connors Brother Patrick Conway, FSC ’75, M’80 T. William Coughlan, AFSC ’65 Dr. Lawrence J. Dieterman Dr. John M. ’77 and Joan (Fallon) CST’78 Domanico Michael G. ’76 and Elizabeth (Skiba) ’76 Dougherty Father A.C. Fabian, OP† Philip E. ’52 and Barbara Feiten Mark Freund Marjorie Galvin Carole Gardner Sister Generose Gervais† Gayle B. Goetzman Dr. Timothy J. ’01, M’06, D’14 and Ashley (Dingels) ’05 Gossen Brother Paul Grass, FSC ’57, M’62 Brother Lawrence Humphrey, FSC Audrey P. and Ron E. Kintzi Dr. Jack and Mary Frances Lane Alisa Macksey Monsignor Gerald A. Mahon ’67 Charles N. Marron ’57 Dr. Merri L. Moody M’88 Benjamin S. ’96 and Robyn Murray Stephen M. ’71 and Bonnie Murray Jeb Myers Katherine E. M’09, M’13 and Steven Pederson John D. and Mary Ann (Wera) CST’64 Remick Nicolette K. Richmond Steve and Barb Slaggie Brother Robert J. Smith, FSC ’76 The Bolton Group Dr. Scott V. ’72 and Kathleen (Williams) CST’74 Turner Archbishop John G. Vlazny Mary Wieczorek Mary Jo Wiltgen Nancy A. Wiltgen ’75 Winona Community Foundation The Marriage of Jessica Cochran and Eric Matthews Rod Lubeznik Jessica Kardel Robert G. ’77 and Debra Rettig Stephanie Sprague Brother Finbar J. McMullen, FSC ’46 Michael J. ’80 and Lori Bedessem Robert A. ’72 and Jean (Wagner) CST’73 Cern Clasen Family Foundation Robert J. Connor ’76 Dr. Richard F. ’76 and Jean Diaz James and Rachel Dunlap Robert Friel ’58 John M. Gearin ’75

Dr. Timothy J. ’01, M’06, D’14 and Ashley (Dingels) ’05 Gossen Richard T. ’74 and Victoria Hallberg Mark G. ’76 and Mary Hartman Dr. Edward ’73 and Dr. Susan (Haworth) ’76 Hoeppner Theresa Janczy ’78 Hon. Thomas L. ’78 and Mary (Hildebrand) ’79 Kilbride John S. ’72 and Catherine Klug Alan M. Peters ’74 Gregory ’74 and Catherine (Trusk) ’76 Stevens Daniel L. ’76 and Barbara Spiess Jeanne C. Stewart ’82 and Ian Bald Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tadie John Willette ’64 Jane (Troller) ’78 and Michael Wood W & M Krug Family Foundation Nancy A. Wiltgen ’75 Dr. Richard J. Yanchar ’77 and Dr. Nora Villemur Yanchar Joseph P. Miley ’15 Francis M. Miley ’02

Dr. John Reed Anonymous John Remick Dr. Timothy J. ’01, M’06, D’14 and Ashley (Dingels) ’05 Gossen John and Mary Ann (Wera) Remick CST’64 Dr. Timothy J. ’01, M’06, D’14 and Ashley (Dingels) ’05 Gossen Audrey P. and Ron E. Kintzi Robert and Myrtland Rettig The Rettig, Trunk and Bruen Families Joseph Roche John and Connie Roche Terrance K. ’76 and Kathleen (Conway) ’78 Russell for their dedicated service and generosity to Saint Mary’s University of MN Matt, Molly, Charlie, Mairzy and Annie

Kevin X. Miley ’15 Francis M. Miley ’02

Saint Mary’s University MN Faculty David M. and Lynn Theurer

George Milton David J. Miliotis

Michael and Nancy Sandager Rebecca J. Sandager ’11

William Moore ’84 James and Mary Eddy

Brother Larry Schatz, FSC T. William Coughlan, AFSC ’65

Benjamin Murray ’96 T. William Coughlan, AFSC ’65

Chad M. Schlosser ’17 James Langenberger

Deborah Nahrgang James and Mary Eddy

Edmund Siderewicz W & M Krug Family Foundation

Jack Nelson Andy and Paige Erwin

Brother Robert J. Smith, FSC ’76 T. William Coughlan, AFSC ’65

Dr. Orest R. Ochrymowycz ’57 Gretchen M’69 and Benjamin Atkinson O’Connor Families Dr. Robert W. ’76 and Dr. Ann (O’Connor) ’77 Trauscht

Drs. Michael and Patricia Sommerville Thomas J. ’86 and Joan (Cox) ’88 Mullins Russell E. ’91 and Michelle Neitzke Mark ’99 and Janel (Wren) ’01 Sedevic

Major L. Alexander Parker ’93 Louis F. ’66 and Eileen Parker

Ronni Stevens Thomas and Barbara Ditty

Phi Mu Alpha Robert F. Fisher ’97, M’06

Leander Thomas Thomas J. Garden ’64

Matthew V. Piechowski ’20 Tyrone Wacker

Trauscht Families Dr. Robert W. ’76 and Dr. Ann (O’Connor) ’77 Trauscht

Anthony Piscitiello, AFSC ’69, M’82 David J. ’93, M’03 and JoAnn Frahm Gerald and Corrine Grochowski James E. ’74 and Ann Hoey John N. ’97 and Sara (Murr) ’97 Piscitiello Robert P. ’74 and Debbie Stapleton

Muriel and John Troller, Sr. Jane (Troller) ’78 and Michael Wood Bernie Wagnild Audrey P. and Ron E. Kintzi Kelsi D. Watters ’16 Karen J. M’04 and Thomas Hemker † deceased

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Claire and David Zwaschka Sophia Yang

IN MEMORY OF John W. Billings ’57 L. Wayne Sachi ’57

Bernice Bochnik Michael G. ’76 and Elizabeth (Skiba) ’76 Dougherty Victoria Bochnik Michael G. ’76 and Elizabeth (Skiba) ’76 Dougherty John R. Breitlow Bernie and Jan L. Wagnild Tim Burchill ’68, M’00 Lorelei D. Abernethy, CFRE M’08 Barbara (Bennett) Burchill CST’71 Col. Joseph L. Castonguay ’63 Audrey P. Kintzi Simone Joyaux, ACFRE and Tom Ahern Jeanine M. M’04 and Paul Lovell Kara J. Wener ’00 Lacey Rose Cada Lisa A. Jonsgaard Mark Carey ’67 Douglas J. ’67 and Donna Eichten Patrick K. ’67 and Sandie Frawley John M. ’67 and Ann (Palubicki) CST’67 Gustin Robert H. ’67 and Patricia Wheeler Ralph J. ’67 and Marianne Zito Faye Castonguay Col. Joseph L. Castonguay ’63 John W. Chmelik ’62 William F. McHugh ’62 Robert Clements Audrey P. and Ron E. Kintzi Dr. Philip A. Cochran ’77 Anonymous (4) Elizabeth Allen Samantha P. Amatuzio ’15 Dr. Carolyn J. and W. Brett Ayers Marie (Hodapp) ’77 and Harry Baldwin Dr. Rose M. Beal Dean A. and Debra Beckman Dr. Jimmy Bickerstaff and Paula Harrigan Reikel W. Biechler ’15, M’16 and Mary Moats-Biechler ’15 Jennnifer (Cochran) ’05, M’08 and Trevor Biederman Ashley L. Bollig ’15

Stephen A. ’78 and Camille Coman Lorraine (Purcell) ’77 and Gerrit DeBruin Dr. Kevin and Melissa A. Dennis Dr. James R. ’79 and Anne (Lock) ’79 Dolan Dr. John M. ’77 and Joan (Fallon) CST’78 Domanico Michael G. ’76 and Elizabeth (Skiba) ’76 Dougherty Joseph and Karen Dulak Conner ’15 and Christine (Volk) ’15 Ellinghuysen Rachel Fenker-Vera Paul Galles Keara E. Hannan ’15 Dr. Todd A. Iverson Dr. David M. and Phyllis Jackson Derek P. and Dana Jackson Pamela J. Joachim ’77 James R. ’76 and Ann (Janczy) ’76 Julsrud Jessica Kardel Glenn A. ’77 and Maureen Kelley Audrey P. and Ron E. Kintzi Patrick K. Kobler ’77 Dr. John W. ’76 and Deborah (Cantieri) ’77 Kolb Dr. Randy J. Krainock and Dr. Kristie K. Shappell Michael J. ’77 and Linda (Hines) CST’79 Laak Dr. Joshua J. and Sarah Lallaman Nancy Laser ’77 Lauren S. Leighton Dr. Brooke M. Lenz Zachary Lietzau Rod Lubeznik Brother William Mann, FSC Thomas A. ’77 and Mary Kay (Stepanik) CST’77 McDermott Lindsy (Nelson) ’05, M’06 O’Shea and Dr. Patrick O’Shea Dr. Stephen B. M’04 and Deborah K. Pattee Anthony M., AFSC ’69, M’82 and Kathleen (Ordahl) CST’70 Piscitiello Dr. Todd and Terri Reinhart Robert G. ’77 and Debra Rettig Valerie Edwards Robeson and Dr. Lane Robeson Dr. Kenneth R. ’79 and Mary Ryback Dr. Elizabeth E. Seebach Thomas R. ’77 and Kathleen Smat Dr. Gregory L. and Susan Sobolewski Dr. Scott H. D’07 and Dr. Karen A. D’07 Sorvaag Stephanie Sprague Dr. Robert W. ’76 and Dr. Ann (O’Connor) ’77 Trauscht Jenna L. Trio ’15 Dr. Richard and Barbara Tristano Lisa S. Truax Paul F. ’76 and Susan Trunk Gerald J. M’03 and Dr. Susan Windley-Daoust Richard and Sandra Zimniewicz

Stephen M. Collins ’82 Zachary L. Chicos ’82

Jason S. Collins ’95 Michele M. Mahoney ’94 and John Keenan

Brother H. Raphael Erler, FSC ’38 Arthur L. ’61 and Melody Clark Timothy P. ’70 and Jennifer Horan

Duane Conniff Alan T. ’97, C’10 and Kathryn (Kadlec) ’97 Conniff Rocco J. Corso ’67 Julie Hildebrand Brother Leonard Courtney, FSC ’37 Thomas J. ’58 and Gail Baryl Arthur L. ’61 and Melody Clark Teresa (Mooney) Cullen ’80 JoEllen Gregie Louise Dee Father John Czaplewski, FCM ’60 Lyle Delwiche Audrey P. Kintzi Lloyd and Sandy Lee Loras H. ’60 and Rose Sieve Bernie and Jan L. Wagnild James E. Donovan ’66 Joseph T. ’66 and Eugenia Dixon Myrna Donovan Stephen R. ’66 and Debra Dybsky Joseph Fox Charles J. Gatz ’66 Bradley Jahnke Thomas H. ’66 and Ann CST’66 Klein Robert and Kathleen Rosedahl Roger M. ’66 and Kathy Reitmaier Dr. Terrence D. Truhler ’66 Michael T. ’66 and Susan (Haeny) CST’66 Whalen Clayton J. and Helen Dooley Michael J. ’66 and Claudia (Drvota) CST’68 Dooley Andrew ’66 and Mary Paprocki William P. ’69 and Margery CST’67 Rhode Susan Drazkowski Vickie (Speltz) ’01 and Jon Cada Jeffrey A. ’89 and Michelle Kohner Anthony and Irene Drvota Michael J. ’66 and Claudia (Drvota) CST’68 Dooley Andrew ’66 and Mary Paprocki William P. ’69 and Margery CST’67 Rhode Brother James H. Ebner, FSC ’36 Saint Mary’s Press Charles Egland Saint Mary’s Press Melvin G. Ehlert Audrey P. and Ron E. Kintzi Gerald Ellis Dr. Karen J. Rainford D’14

Stephen M. ’69 and Michelle Hujar Lawrence P. ’60 and Carol Monnens Brother James Roszak, FSC ’56 Dr. Francis J. Sheeran ’62 Charles O. ’66 and Marilynn Sterling Thomas Etten Kevin M. Conran ’76 Father A.C. Fabian, OP Joseph M. Hill ’69 Father Joel M. Kovanis ’90 Katherine E. M’09, M’13 and Steven Pederson Tom B. Farren Matthew G. ’05 and Renee Schulte John R. Flanagan ’77 Dr. John M. ’77 and Joan (Fallon) CST’78 Domanico Robert G. ’77 and Debra Rettig Dr. Arthur N. Flodstrom ’64 Dr. Suzanne A. Bergfalk ’88 Charles J. Hawkins ’91 Walter N. ’87 and Amy Jungbauer Robert ’64 and Mary Mallon Daniel J. Sepion ’01 Kara J. Wener ’00 William Fraser ’68 Terry Fraser Michael F. Ghiselli ’71 Joanne D. Ghiselli ’75 Michael J. Greden ’63 Dr. David A. ’68 and Kathy (Greden) CST’69 Christenson Earl Drussell David Greden George E. Hansen ’57 Mark F. ’81 and Aileen Hansen Dr. Gary G. Hargroves Jennifer Herman Spiller M’98 Millicent I. Harrison ’14 Cecil and Terri Harrison William L. Hedrick Jr. ’81 John Hedrick and Family Donald B. Hickey ’57 L. Wayne Sachi ’57 Dr. John J. Hoffman Dr. James A. ’61 and Dorothy Barter Dr. Robert A. ’56 and Barbara (Plunkett) CST’57 Hoffman Dr. John J. Johnson Lorraine (Purcell) ’77 and Gerrit DeBruin Dr. Timothy A. ’69 and Mary Dooley Thomas J. Johnston ’43 Elaine M. Johnston

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2016-2017 INVESTOR’S REPORT John and Evelyn Kampwirth Lawrence P. ’68 and Lorrie Kampwirth Mary Clare Karnick ’97 James E. and Susan Karnick Michele M. Mahoney ’94 and John Keenan Mary (Lucas) Karnick ’73 Mark L. ’83 and Jeanine (Baldwin) ’83 Bermes John P. ’83 and Jane Cushing Martin F. ’83 and Courtney Doyle Harry and Mary Hunter Dr. Robert and Joan Knowlan John T. ’83 and Maureen (Mangan) ’83 McDonnell Russell and Avle Sarver Nimtz Carl D. ’73 and Marsha Schmid Patrick and Peggy Wier Richard E. ’73 and Ann (Pitzen) ’74 Williams Chef Kelly Walter T. ’65 and Janice Kelly Floyd L. Kemling Bethann M. Kemling ’80 and Scott Prost Steve Kieselhorst, Jr. Diane Hinds Stephen L. and Frances Kieselhorst Lilly Klinger Tom Brierton George Knott ’41 Nancy (Knott) ’83 and William Blakely Darrel Knutson William C. M’00 and Jamie L. M’01 Knutson Joseph E. Kritzeck ’10 Gerald E. and Colleen M. Kritzeck James T. ’75 and Rosemarie Ryan Laura Kulzer Ernie and Carol Sarason Veronica Laak Michael J. ’77 and Linda (Hines) CST’79 Laak Brother J. Robert Lane, FSC Sheila A. Collins ’76 and David Vargo Pauline Lerch M’79 Hon. Thomas L. ’78 and Mary (Hildebrand) ’79 Kilbride

Anne K. Locher ’97 Mary Kay Locher Michele M. Mahoney ’94 and John Keenan Brother J. Raymond Long ’43 Thomas J. ’58 and Gail Baryl Thomas A. Redding, Jr. ’79 Daniel E. ’47 and Veronica M. Lucas Mark L. ’83 and Jeanine (Baldwin) ’83 Bermes John P. ’83 and Jane Cushing Martin F. ’83 and Courtney Doyle Harry and Mary Hunter Robert and Joan Knowlan John T. ’83 and Maureen (Mangan) ’83 McDonnell Russell and Avle Sarver Nimtz Carl D. ’73 and Marsha Schmid Patrick and Peggy Wier Richard E. ’73 and Ann (Pitzen) ’74 Williams Paul T. Madigan ’55 Raymond R. ’55 and Dolores Greabe Maureen C. Madigan Brian W. Montgomery ’79 Dr. John M. ’77 and Joan (Fallon) CST’78 Domanico Robert G. ’77 and Debra Rettig Claude ‘Skip’ Mottram ’62 William F. McHugh ’62 Dr. Patrick E. ’63 and Maria Mottram Joan P. Mullins John J. ’89 and Kathryn (Mullins) ’89 Burke Brian J. ’92 and Shannon (Mullins) ’93 Smith

Dr. Thomas L. Pahl ’58 Ellen Pahl

Thomas Shomion Lawrence P. Shomion ’69

Ronald Partyka ’54 M’69 Charles O. ’66 and Marilynn Sterling

Megan (Faricy) Stang ’86 James ’59, M’66 and Shannon (Quinn) CST’65 Hanzel Joseph A. ’87 and Ann Marie (Brooks) ’85 Hettinger

Brother Alphonsus Pluth ’39 Joseph C. ’68 and Sandy Ellis G. Michael ’69 and Mary Scheurich Dr. Terrence D. Truhler ’66 Saint Mary’s Press Dominic and Rosina Polizzotto Sal F. ’67 and Eileen Polizzotto Michael P. Quirk Nancy A. Wiltgen ’75 Brother Jerome Rademacher, FSC ’58 Anonymous Dr. Heidi (Michels) Blanck ’92 Gerry Cichanowski Mike and Linda Cichanowski Richard Erickson Dr. Margaret M. Weightman ’78 and John Knaack Merchants Bank Sport & Spine Physical Therapy of Winona Peter ’78 and Anne (Frundt) ’77 Wildenborg Winona National Bank Kristen A. Riebenack M’97 Anthony J. Garvy Christopher Z. Hanzeli M’14 Jan F. Hosea M’97 Erin L. Minne M’01 Walter and Mary Ann Riebenack Catherine M. Ross Terry (Malloy) ’71 and Chuck Chism Joseph J. ’67 and Barbara Ross

Timothy L. Stapleton ’95 Michael J. ’88 and Rhonda (King) ’89 Dungan Clare Gennario Edward L. and Janet King Michele M. Mahoney ’94 and John Keenan Dr. Mark E. Stedman Dr. Nicholas J. Ruiz ’67 Brother Damian T. Steger, FSC ’58, M’90 Joseph C. ’68 and Sandy Ellis G. Michael ’69 and Mary Scheurich Kathleen Mann Tansi Mary Burrichter and Bob Kierlin Audrey P. and Ron E. Kintzi Brother I. Ambrose Trusk, FSC ’43 Dr. Michael C. ’68 and Kathryn Loebach Dr. Lawrence A. ’66 and Rill Ann Reuter Christopher Anthony Van Horn Dr. F. Lee ’63 and Mamiko Van Horn Gregory Vetter ’84 Joseph A. ’87 and Ann Marie (Brooks) ’85 Hettinger Rory Vose Charles J. Newling ’71

John ‘Jack’ Mullins John J. ’89 and Kathryn (Mullins) ’89 Burke Brian J. ’92 and Shannon (Mullins) ’93 Smith

Irene Rossman M’02 Minnesota Career Development Association

Susan Ann Wall ’97 Michele M. Mahoney ’94 and John Keenan

William J. Multhaup Carol A. Byrne

Brother I. Basil Rothweiler, FSC ’38 Debra J. Fagan M’03 David R. ’59 and Marlys Thies

Brother J. Francis Walsh, FSC ’45 Susan and Walter Marshall

Leroy Mungai ’54 GR Realestate Group Brother J. Leo Northam, FSC Charles J. Newling ’71 John F. O’Connell ’46 Dr. John F. O’Connell III ’80

Judson P. Letven Joyce Letven†

Kevin P. O’Connell ’73 Guy J. Gehrman ’79 and Sandra Weyers Allan R. M’02 and Terri Lieder

Marie T. Lieb Dale F. ’74 and Linda Lieb

Thomas O’Connor ’65 Mary O’Connor

Thomas J. Linder ’81 Kent C. Linder ’93

Gerard F. O’Malley ’72 Joseph P. ’72 and Karen (Minucciani) ’76 O’Malley

William and Ellen Schmidt Kent and Jeanne Kollmer Brother Charles Severin, FSC Dr. Joan Hemmer John R. ’84 and Judy (Mullins) ’83 Lucas Charles J. Newling ’71 Thomas J. Purtell, Jr. ’68 Dr. Dennis F. Rio ’63 Dr. Gerald W. Shay ’64 Dr. Terrence D. Truhler ’66 Peter ’78 and Anne (Frundt) ’77 Wildenborg John M. Sharkey ’53 Patricia Sharkey

Brother Laurence Walther, FSC ’44 Victor P. Reineke ’84 Carolyn Weisenburger Marc J. Weisenburger ’75 Peter F. Wentink ’68 Anonymous Rudolph R. ’69 and Jane Kopischke Thomas J. Purtell, Jr. ’68 Claire Williams Cheryl J. Gonia ’96 Francis W. M’89, CST’74 and Teresa (McNamara) CST’76 Speck

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Kenneth Wiltgen William J. Browne III ’69 Kenneth J. ’59 and Rita Ortman David R. ’59 and Marlys Thies Frank and Dr. Carol (Wiltgen) CST’76 Trotter

Ecolab Foundation Wendy (Kairies) ’88 and Loren Bregel

Joseph J. Wirtz ’69 Theresa Wirtz CST’69

GE Foundation James F. ’64 and Marjorie Herlihy Robert ’64 and Mary Mallon

Lawrence J. Wlazik ’73 Mary Pat (Navins) Wlazik ’73 Kathleen Zimmerman John H. Zimmerman ’65

MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES

Benefactors are listed in this report the year they make a gift. Companies are listed when their match is completed. Anonymous 3M Gerald L. ’80 and Judy (Mohnen) ’80 Karel William and Kay Mezzano Abbott Laboratories Fund / Abbvie Foundation Henry E. ’59 and Margaret Irace Stephen M. and Margaret S. Tyler Alliance Data Dustin A. ’06 and Ashley (Davis) ’07 Kresen Bradley B. ’82 and Mary Beth (Karels) ’83 Schleif Alliant Energy Foundation, Inc. Thomas A. ’77 and Mary Kay (Stepanik) CST’77 McDermott Allstate Foundation Rita M. Heuel ’77 and Stewart Cohen Ameriprise Financial Timothy R. ’83 and Laurene (Gacek) ’83 Demuth Georgann (Charuhas) ’96 and Randy Diderrich James and Milissa Mahoney Marie (Johnson) ’97 and Bryan Strawser Bagy Jo, Inc. William and Sabrina Stevens Best Buy Thomas and Elizabeth J. Schneider Renee L. Thompson ’03, M’07

ExxonMobil Foundation Kenneth M. ’56 and Rita Monaco

General Mills Foundation Jerome J. ’61 and Dolores (Beer) CST’61 Bock Loras H. ’60 and Rose Sieve Greater Milwaukee Foundation, Inc. Thomas E. ’67 and Mary Ann Dyer IBM Matching Grants Program Kenneth R. ’61 and Mary Ann CST’61 Carpenter Dr. John D. Gould ’59 John F. ’56 and Fran Holland A. Michael Holzemer ’66 Donald A. ’60 and Joanne Slanina W. Dan ’76 and Kathleen Tarara Illinois Tool Works Foundation Robert E. ’65 and Elizabeth Bellock Robert G. and Myrtland Rettig Johnson & Johnson Dr. Sarah D. Aubert ’97 and Erik Meyer KPMG Foundation Ian L. Wildenborg ’05 Libbey Lee A. Paulsen ’80 LPL Financial Fredrick R. Fletcher Lockheed Martin Corporation Steven D. ’75 and Mary (Mosser) CST’76 Vetter Nationwide Insurance Foundation Joseph L. ’99 and Nicole Schmitt Northwestern Mutual Life Thomas E. ’67 and Mary Ann Dyer James N. ’69 and Dolores Lucas Medtronic Foundation Michael J. ’77 and Linda (Hines) CST’79 Laak Constance M. M’00 and Michael Wittek MetLife Foundation Richard F. and Barbara Mulvey

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota Jill (Hocking) Sorensen ’01

Motorola Foundation Carolynn Ann Sheyker ’86

Boeing Company Matthew M. Popek ’07

P&G Fund Mary Burke Mills ’79

Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Philip E. ’52 and Barbara Feiten

Peoples Energy Corporation / Peoples Gas Light Michael J. O’Connell ’84

Cargill, Inc. Anthony G. and Carolyn Martino

Prudential Foundation Leo J. ’47 and Claire Casey James P. ’61 and Mary Sue Hackett Rockwell Collins Gail (Thompson) ’80 and Terry Smith SC Johnson Fund, Inc. Kevin E. Kolis ’74 Sentry Foundation, Inc. Julie (Blaine) ’79 and Thomas Herzog State Farm Companies Foundation Gerald J. ’61 and Virginia Gabel Duane Rivard Sun Life Financial Gayle (Engesser) ’88 and Eric Brekke Thomson Reuters Diane Buchmeier Scott and Julie Buerkle Justin P. ’06 and Julia (Jergenson) ’09 Jenkins Thrivent Financial Foundation Heather Fluck Michael C. Skillrud M’08 Truist / Voya Sheila Kleve United Technologies Brion R. ’00 and De Ann (Dokken) ’00 Appling UnitedHealth Group Timothy J. Hopkins ’12 Pamela J. Joachim ’77 Elizabeth Moore U.S. Bank Foundation Gail L. Olson ’80 Rebecca Lettner Verizon Foundation Bev Lambert Wolande Foundation Voya Foundation Allison (Burm) ’04 and Chris Blaisell Wells Fargo Foundation Matching Gifts Program Andrea (Blume) ’98 and Jeff P. Tilkes Xerox Corporation Fund Anonymous Eugene E. ’61 and Margaret Kinney

FOUNDATIONS

Anonymous (3) Catholic Community Foundation Catholic Foundation for the Diocese of Green Bay, Inc. Charles & Ellora Alliss Educational Foundation Clasen Family Foundation

Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta Community Foundation Of Greater Dubuque Elizabeth Callender King Foundation George P. and Mary Ann Kendall Charitable Foundation George R. Kendall Foundation Gostomski Family Foundation Helen M. Harrison Foundation Hendrickson Family Foundation Hiawatha Education Foundation Initial Teaching Alphabet Foundation John C. & Carolyn Noonan Parmer Private Foundation KPMG Foundation Margaret E. & Stephen E. Diebold Foundation Inc. Mile High United Way Minnesota Private College Fund Philip H. Corboy Foundation Ramy Foundation Remick Family Foundation Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation Slaggie Family Foundation SF Foundation The Clarence V. LaGuardia Foundation The K Foundation The Peyton Family Foundation The Wasie Foundation UBS Foundation USA W & M Krug Family Foundation Winona Community Foundation Wolande Foundation

DONOR ADVISED FUNDS

Catholic Community Foundation M & M Charitable Gifting Fund Catholic Foundation for the Diocese of Green Bay, Inc. Fr. Robert Vandenberg Fund Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta Jeffrey and Carol Koplan Family Fund Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque John & Bette Schmid Donor Advised Fund Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund AKurz Charitable Trust Brehm Family Fund Gerard Mikol Charitable Trust Fund James Kramer Family Charitable Fund John and Sharon Illikman Family Fund Lewis Family Fund Lily Klinger Memorial Fund Lucretia and Edward Mann Family Fund Mary G. and Dr. Matthew A. Toth Family Charitable Trust Patrick A. Salvi Family Foundation † deceased


2016-2017 INVESTOR’S REPORT Paul and Pam Albrecht Charitable Fund Redding Family Charitable Fund Rich and Carrie Frey Charitable Fund Sarason Fund Sheila Collins and David J. Vargo Fund Greater Milwaukee Foundation, Inc. Mary Ann and Tom Dyer Fund Heartland Charitable Trust Stevens Family Fund Impactassets Sue and Doug Luebbe Family InFaith Community Foundation The Dale and Nancy Wagner Fund Minneapolis Foundation Richard W. and Jean Illsley Clarke Fund National Philanthropic Trust Adeline and Bernard LoCoco Charitable Fund Renaissance Charitable Foundation The Embacher Charitable Fund Saint Paul Foundation The Tom and Mary Gerry Lee Family Foundation Schwab Charitable Fund Daniel and Aileen Keegan Family Fund Trotter Family Fund U.S. Charitable Gift Trust The Hampe Family Charitable Fund Vanguard Charitable The Matthew and Donna Johnson Charitable Fund Winona Community Foundation Bartz Family Fund Mike and Linda Cichanowski Family Fund Papenfuss Family Fund Phil Feiten Family

CORPORATIONS

Acoustic Cafe Altra Federal Credit Union Baker Tilly, LLP Barnes & Noble Bookstore Bastien Excacating, LLC Benevity Community Impact Fund Bub’s Brewing Company Caribou Coffee Cherry Hill Investments, LLC Crandon Café, LLC Digicom, Inc. Diteman Rentals, LLC Downtown Dental Erbert & Gerbert’s Subs & Clubs Fastenal Company Freemartin Probe, LLC

Godfather’s Pizza Golden China Chinese Restaurant GR Realestate Group Green Mill Winona Gym Boys, LLC Hawkeye’s Bar & Grill, Inc. Hy-Vee, Inc. IBM Employee Services Center Insty Prints J. Roger Sewell Attorney James J. Roche & Associates, LTD Jawco, LLC John M. Domanico, D.D.S. Joseph J. Kovarik & Associates Keith Meyers Inc. Kevin F. Barrett, D.D.S., LTD Kueppers, Kronschnabel & Skrypek P.A. La Boutique Label Design & Supplies Inc. Law Office of Frank M. Howard Lend Me Your Ear, LLC Locher Brothers McGil Services, Inc. Med-Chem Labs, Inc. Merchants Bank Metropolitan Medical Consultants, S.C. Miadka, LLC Michael R. Trauscht Attorney at Law Michael Wojahn Painting, LLC Minnesota Career Development Association Morgan Stanley Mullarkey Associates, Inc. Mullins Food Products Nate & Ally’s National Wireless Ventures, LLC Network For Good North American Sales Associates Northeast Bank Northside Achievement Zone Patrick W. Romenesko, S.C. Paul J. Maganzini, Attorney Pehler LP Gas, LLC Philipps Bus Service P-K Tool & Manufacturing Company Plonsky Construction Powers Ventures, Inc. Preffered Eyecare, Inc. Premier Banks Prosper Golf, LLC Rachel Reese and Associates, LLC RTP Company Saint Mary’s Press Seifert Marketing, LLC Sport & Spine Physical Therapy of Winona SPR, Inc. The Bolton Group The License Center, Inc. Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Todd A. Thayer, D.D.S., M.S., P.A. United Way, Inc. Vendini Vidoni Consulting Vineyard Vines Retail, LLC Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Wight & Company William Miller Scrap Iron & Metal Co. Winona Bread and Bagel Winona National Bank Winona Sandwich Company WRG, Inc. YourCause, LLC ZaZa’s Pub and Pizzeria

ORGANIZATIONS

Christian Brothers Community Glencoe, MO Christian Brothers of the Midwest Christian Brothers St. Patrick H.S. Community Council of Independent Colleges Consulado de Mexico Immaculate Heart of Mary Seminary Lake Elmo Traveling Baseball MinneAnalytics Minnesota Marine Art Museum Minnesota State Arts Board Portage Babe Ruth Baseball Portage Legion Baseball Team State of Minnesota

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Brother Roger Betzold, FSC ’57 Brother Francisco Boniche, FSC Brother Charles Burke, FSC ’68 Brother Francis Carr, FSC ’66 Brother Cristhian James Diaz, FSC Brother Mark Engelmeyer, FSC Brother John Grover, FSC ’65 Brother Thomas Houde, FSC Brother Peter Killeen, FSC Brother William Mann, FSC Brother Arnold McMullen, FSC ’46 Brother Miguel Mendoza, FSC Brother Pius Nsukula, FSC M’17 Brother Roderick Robertson, FSC ’63 Brother Stephen Rusyn, FSC Brother Damian T. Steger, FSC ’58† Brother Guillaume Damessonou Yame, FSC

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The Lasallian Legacy Society at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota honors those generous benefactors who have made a commitment to the legacy of Saint John Baptist de La Salle, founder of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, through their planned gifts to Saint Mary’s. John Baptist de La Salle created an education model that balanced the skills for success with the understanding of personal responsibility, leadership, faith, and service to others. Today, gifts of the blessings of this life provide the strong financial foundation that ensures a Lasallian Catholic education at Saint Mary’s for future generations. We are honored to list the names of alumni, parents, and friends who have made provisions for Saint Mary’s in their charitable gift plans, as well as those who have completed their earthly journeys, leaving behind a legacy at Saint Mary’s through their planned gifts. Saint Mary’s is deeply grateful to all of our benefactors for their generosity, and we remember them all, living and departed, in our prayer at Mass each day.

LASALLIAN LEGACY SOCIETY MEMBERS Anonymous Anthony ’59† and Sandra Adducci Edward A. Albrecht† Whitfield H. Alley† Donald and Mariann Alsum Angeline Ammann† Dr. Jerome Ammer ’69 Sally Baas C’99, D’11 Alfred† and Florence† Bambenek Raymond D. Bambenek† Brendan Barcelo ’05, M’09 Thomas C. ’30† and Kathleen† Barger Ray Basso ’47 David M’73 and Mary Ann M’72 Bayer Stephen C.† and Maida L.† Bednar Dr. Joseph Benigni ’57 William ’41† and Julie Berry Joseph J. Bieker M’99 Dr. James E. ’61 and Margaret (Williams) CST’62 Bierden Frank D. Biesanz† C. Robert Binger† David A. Bissen ’56 George Blair ’60† Dr. Leslie Bleskachek D’07 Robert A. Bobrowski ’60 Henry ’40† and Marcella† Bowker Melvin A. Brandenburg M’12 John J. Bretzlauf ’68 Father Sylvester Brown ’52† Frank W. ’62 and Jean Browning Diane Bufano ’83 Barbara (Bennett) Burchill CST’71 Tim Burchill ’68, M’00† Edmund P. Burke ’65 Matthew and Cathryn (Rocheford) ’83 Burley Thomas C. ’70 and Bonnie Callen Daniel D. Campion† Robert E. Canchola ’78

Magdalen M. Canepa† Michael J. ’73 and Sally (Weldon) ’74 Cannon Margaret A. Carroll Dr. Samuel ’48 and Rosemarie† Cascio Thomas S. ’53 and Linda Casey Mary A. Casey† J. Patrick ’59 and Charlotte Cashin James Casimir ’61 Gerald ’57 and Patt Cavanaugh Dr. Thomas A. Cavanaugh ’62 Robert A. Cern ’72 Dr. Robert H. Chase ’45† Robert P. Chenier ’90 Terry E. (Malloy) ’71 and Charles R. Chism, Jr. Stephen H. Christensen ’63 Donald J. Christl ’63 James ’58 and Clara Coleman Mary Conley Riedy M’90 Catherine E. Connelly M’99 Rev. Gerald Conway ’53 Thomas ’79 and Bernadette Conway Rev. Father Dan Corcoran ’37, M’78† Donna J. Corcoran ’78 James F. Corrigan ’54† Halsey D. Cory ’42† John J. Cummiskey ’27† John Joseph Daley ’79 Dr. Philip ’64 and Patricia (McGinnis) CST’65 Dalsin Monsignor Joseph E. Davy ’26† A. Richard ’63 and Janice Deitering Loretta Delaney† Michael Denigan ’55† Aleksandra Y. Denisova M’07 A. E. Dick ’32† Michael J. ’66 and Claudia (Drvota) CST’68 Dooley Michael G. ’76 and Elizabeth (Skiba) ’76 Dougherty Paul ’50† and Elaine Drack Dr. Ronald E. ’70 and Sally Dulek John A. Ehlert ’67 Father Dominic Eichman ’39† Dorothy Eichman†

Dale ’53† and Lillian (Cisek) CST’52 Eickman Gary L. ’67 and Theresa Engel Katherine (Dougherty) ’03 and Brian Estrada Marie Farrell† Laurel A. Feddema ’83 David E. Feeney ’75 Michael M. Feeney ’64 Philip ’52 and Therese† Feiten Capt. Robert ’48 and Aline Feiten Maryellen (Tobin) Fender ’73 Rev. J. Thomas Finucan Stanley Fiorito ’68 F. M. Fitzpatrick ’68 Stephen J. ’70 and Mary Flad Barbara A. Flasch M’95 Michael L. ’74, M’96 and Mary Flynn Dr. John ’74 and Marcine Forrette, Jr. Mary Catherine Fox, AFSC ’75, Ph.D. Helen Galloway† William M. ’50† and Marjorie C. Galvin Dr. Renée J. Garpestad ’81, D’03 Robert H. Gartz ’42† H. C. Garvin† Roger C. Geis ’48† Stanley J. ’64 and Judith Getch Michael M. ’62 and Joette Gostomski Anthony ’47† and Mary Jane Graham Eldon Gremelsbach ’40† Michael Grimes ’67† Raymond H. ’39† and Evelyn M. Groble, Jr. Raymond ’61† and Katharine Grulkowski Rev. Alan M. Guanella ’09 Margaret Guarnieri† George Guiney ’30† James Hackett ’61 Jeanne (Hartle) Hamlin ’77 Cecil and Terri Harrison William M ’59 and Barbara Harwood Dr. Susan E. Hassig ’77 Julius Haun†

Roger S. ’67 and Elaine Haydock Brother I. Patrick Hayes† James A. Healy ’54 Mary Healy† Robert H. Heath ’49† Richard C. Heckel ’69 Dr. David L. Hegg ’53 Rev. John B. Heille ’95 Patrice M. Henning ’84 William C. ’70 and Kathy (Stransky) CST’71 Herzog James R. Hilliard ’68 George R. ’70 and Donna Hoeppner Albert J. Hoffman ’49† Raymond H. ’50† and Arlene† Hoffman Lillian Hogan† Merlyn B. ’57 and Diana Honerman Richard A. Honquest ’56 William M. ’64 and Marcy Hopper Jan F. Hosea M’97 Helen Howe† Stephen M. ’69 and Michelle Hujar William E. Ibe ’55 David R. Jackson ’40† Derek P. and Dana Jackson Raymond ’49† and Audrey P.† Janiak Cletus P. ’62† and Kathleen† Janikowski Shirley Lou Jensen† Pamela J. Joachim ’77 Douglas ’63 and Patricia (Keenan) CST’65† Johnson Martha (Hanzel) ’91 and Jeff Johnson Elaine (Mrs. Thomas ’43) Johnston Charles G. ’66 and Katherine L. Joseph Dr. Michael P. Joseph ’44 William ’75 and Janet Jungbauer Lawrence Juracic ’49 Dr. Jon ’48† and Betty Kabara Mary (Lucas) Karnick ’73† Father Joseph L. Keefe ’68† † deceased


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Dr. Thomas M. Keefe ’56 Daniel F. Keegan ’55 Dr. Hugo A.’55 and Alicia Keim Dr. Lawrence J. Keller ’62 Stephen and Frances Kieselhorst Margaret Klasen† Monsignor Edward Klein ’40† Rev. Frank Klein ’42† Philip J. Kolbet ’84 Edwin Kraus ’28† Alphonsus Krebsbach ’21† Andrew G. Kurz ’65 Henry ’50† and Gertrude† Kusher Freida Kvasnicka† Gerald ’63 and Lucia LaBonte Lauretta L. Langan† James T. ’54 and Dolly Lavan Roger P. Laven ’54 Sharon Hui Ling Lee, CFRE, M’07 Brother Felix Leja ’49† Joyce Letven† Dale F. ’74 and Linda Lieb Dr. Thomas G. Lisack ’80 Monsignor Roy E. Literski ’49 Brother Bernard LoCoco, FSC ’58, M’63 Rev. Melvin T. Long ’62 Father Donald J. Lovas ’59 Dr. Michael K. Lowery ’64† Ann T. Lucas ’75, M’02 Daniel ’47† and Veronica† Lucas Douglas E. ’81 and Susan (Malovac) ’83 Luebbe Marc A. Macarol ’75 Dr. Leo ’66 and Kathleen Mary Mack Paul T. Madigan ’55† Monsignor W. T. Magee ’42† Dorothy Magnus† Michele M. Mahoney ’94 and John Keenan Monsignor Bernard Mangan† Leonard and Geri Maniscalco Joseph Mariano ’66 Thomas D. Matty ’79 Michael C. McCall ’73 Elinor K. McCarthy† Rev. Msgr. James A. McCauley ’52 Raymond W. McConnell ’31† Esther McDonald† Helen McDowell M’90 Daniel ’37† and Margaret McEnery Eleanor McEnery† Robert and Christine McFadden Brian J. McGoldrick ’81 Paul McNair M’08 Thomas F. ’53 and Mona† Meagher Charles Mertensotto ’63 John A. Metcalf ’27†

Ronald J. ’70 and Nancy Michalski Dr. Gerard J. ’62 and Janice Mikol Mary Beth (Glynn) Mikrut ’75 Ben A. Miller† Louis P. Miller ’73 Philip M. ’42† and Patricia† Morris Michael J. M’97 and Mary Beth Morsberger Dr. Patrick E. ’63 and Maria Mottram Rev. Edward C. Mountain ’44 George H. Mueller ’53 Thomas ’64 and Lodovica Mula Lottia Murbach† Penny ’11 and Joel Nelson David G. ’64 and Katherine (Tierney) CST’64 Ness Chau Nguyen M’13 Ardella Nilles† David F. Obrzut ’68 Thomas ’65† and Mary O’Connor William W. O’Connor ’59 Dr. Robert F. ’67 and Marilyn O’Dea Gerard J. O’Flaherty ’67 David O’Hern ’38† Dr. Martin G. ’53† and Betty Olsen James R. Olson ’66 Dr. O. Gerald ’59 and Sarah (Livermore) CST’59 Orth Kenneth ’59 and Rita Ortman Vincent O’Toole ’39† Joseph Page† Brother L. George Pahl, FSC ’36† Tina Palmer M’05 Gerald V. ’62 and Pat W. Papenfuss Ronald ’54, M’69† and Joyce† Partyka Dr. Donald J. Peake† Peter D. ’70 and Mary Ann Pearson John F. ’72 and Stephanie Phelan Eugene ’49† and Marceline† Pinski Monsignor Thomas Ploof ’42† Salvatore ’67 and Eileen Polizzotto Dr. Stanley Wells Pollock† Dr. Hugo ’49† and Judith Pribor Richard J. ’76 and Eileen (Gibbons) ’78 Reedy Roger ’66 and Kathy Reitmaier Father Timothy T. Reker ’78 Duane and Evelyn† Rivard Thomas Rocheford† Don and Mary Therese Ross Regina Rosskopf† D. Tracy Rumford ’55†

Terrance Russell ’76 David J. Samson ’88 Monsignor Max M. Satory ’27† Dr. Ambrose ’36† and Myrtle† Schmelzle Dr. H. Giles ’54† and Marguerite Schmid Jack ’55† and Theresa Schneider Lee Schoenbrunn ’36† Allen L. ’68 and Susan (Kwasowski) CST’69 Schroeder Dr. John J. ’59 and Sandra Schultz Philip G. Schumacher M’74 Joseph N. Schurb ’46† Robert E. Schuten ’46† Dr. Jack Scott ’66 John Sculati ’33† Robert J. Scurio ’57† William J. Sepke ’43† Thomas J. Shalloo ’57† Loras H. ’60 and Rose Sieve Irvin K. ’51 and Rita Silchuck Robert C. Skemp ’49 Thomas H. Skemp† Al Smith† Michael P. ’73 and Catherine Sopcak Bruce K. ’65 and Marie Sorensen Dr. Scott H. D’07 and Dr. Karen A. D’07 Sorvaag Monsignor Henry F. Speck ’31† Most Rev. George H. Speltz ’32, DD† Dr. Jerome C. ’39† and Laurine S.† Speltz Terry J. ’86 and Lisa (Brintnall) ’86 Stadick Thomas A. ’75 and Jolyn Stanley Thomas ’51 and Kay Stanton Dr. Roger S. Stasiak ’65 Angela (Scully) ’76 and Geoffrey Steger Gregory ’74 and Catherine (Trusk) ’76 Stevens Margaret Stevenson† Oscar ’52† and Mary Jane (Nystrom) CST’52 Straub Ronald Surprenant ’60 Dr. Walter S. Szalajka ’64 Dr. Thomas T. Tang ’49 Reid ’68 and Cathi Thebault Peter M. Thelen ’80 David R. ’59 and Marlys Thies Ronald C. ’68 and Barb Thiewes Brandon Tibbetts ’09, M’11 Albert J. ’60 and Margaret Tighe Howard ’56 and Patricia Tomashek Howard J. Toner ’66 Kathleen Nosbusch Toner

Dr. Matthew Toth ’61 Anthony J. ’63, M’71 and Patricia Towey Dan ’53† and Joanne† Trainor Dr. Scott V. ’72 and Kathleen (Williams) CST’74 Turner Stefannié Valéncia-Kierlin† Dr. F. Lee ’63 and Mamiko Van Horn Sarah (Weir) ’10 and Patrick van Staveren Father Robert H. Vandenberg ’47 William C. Verdick ’80 Dr. Marianne T. Vivino Todd A. VonBastiaans ’94 George Vosen† Andrew Bert Vuco ’44† Dr. Robert T. ’44† and Margaret Wagner Bernie and Jan Wagnild Marian Walscheid† Marjorie F. McDonnell Walsh Paul Walsh ’57 Joseph R. Warnert ’67 Thomas Weidenkopf ’59 Harvey F. Weiss ’59 Robert H. ’67 and Patricia Wheeler Roman Wieczorek† Merle Wilberding ’66 Peter ’78 and Anne (Frundt) ’77 Wildenborg Ronald J. Wilkins ’39† Nancy A. Wiltgen ’75 Edward ’31† and Mary† Winkels Joseph J. ’69† and Theresa (Ipsen) CST’69 Wirtz Roma (Dr. John) Witzig Mary Pat (Navins) Wlazik ’73 Eugene Wojcik ’69 Richard T. ’60† and Debbie Wojcik Susan M. (Spetter) Wolfe ’79 Anastasia M. Woods† Dr. Jerome J. Workman ’76, M’80 Beatrice C. (Mrs. James R. ’73) Young Bernice Young† Dr. John Zannini ’39† Frank Zelis ’65 Elliott ’38† and Eleanor† Ziegenfuss Ralph J. Zito ’67

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The Tomorrow’s Leaders Scholarships are prestigious endowed scholarships available at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. Scholarship recipients demonstrate a Christian lifestyle, peer leadership potential and a history of extracurricular service activities. Frederick Gardner Cottrell Scholarship Delwiche Family Scholarship A.E. Dick ’32 Memorial Scholarship Marjorie and William Galvin ’50 Scholarship Dr. William ’39 and Jean Hendrickson Scholarship Dr. John Hoffman Scholarship The Lillian Davis Hogan Scholarship Marian Scholarship Max E. McGrath ’49 Scholarship John F. O’Connell ’46 Family Scholarship Remick Fellows Program Catherine M. Ross Scholarship William R. and Edna B. Ross Endowed Scholarship Captain Jack Schneider ’55 Scholarship Wagnild Family Scholarship Harry J. Welch, Jr. Scholarship Richard T. Wojcik ’60 Ethics in Business Scholarship

2016-17 ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS

James F. Bachmeier ’66 Memorial Scholarship Alfred J. Bambenek Scholarship Class of 1957 Billings-Hickey Scholarship Archbishop Binz Scholarship Greg Brosig ’81 Memorial Scholarship The Tim Burchill Scholarship Mark Carey ’67 Memorial Scholarship Christian Brothers Endowed Scholarship Jerome W. Clark Memorial Scholarship The Class of 1954 Anniversary Scholarship The Class of 1959 Scholarship The Class of 1960 Scholarship The Class of 1961 Scholarship The Class of 1985 Scholarship The Class of 2005 Scholarship Clifford-Hayes Endowed Scholarship Brother Michael Collins, FSC First Generation Initiative Endowment Fund James ’69 and Marianne Coogan FirstGeneration Initiative Scholarship James R. ’60 and Judy Cramer (CST ’60) Cooney Endowed Scholarship Philip H. Corboy - Mary A. Dempsey Endowed Scholarship Rocco J. Corso ’67 Scholarship Brother Leonard Courtney ’37 Scholarship Clayton J. and Helen Dooley and Anthony and Irene Drvota Scholarship Paul ’50 and Elaine Drack Family Scholarship Brother Raphael Erler Scholarship Tom Etten Scholarship Evert Scholarship Father Andrew Fabian Endowed Scholarship Michael M. Feeney ’64 Scholarship Charles J. Fiss Scholarship in Business Administration Arthur N. Flodstrom ’64 Memorial Scholarship Frankard Scholarship Fund Herbert Garvin Scholarship Jul Gernes ’61 Memorial Scholarship Stanley J. Getch ’64 Endowed Scholarship Sister Giovanni Scholarship Raymond H. Groble, Jr. ’39 Endowed Memorial Scholarship John M. and Louise V. Healy Memorial Scholarship

William Randolph Hearst Foundation Scholarship William L. Hedrick ’81 Memorial Scholarship Bishop Patrick R. Heffron Scholarship Peltier Hein Family Scholarship T. R. Hennessy Scholarship Dr. Priscilla J. Herbison Scholarship Fund John J. Hoffman Memorial Scholarship Robert Hough ’40 Memorial Scholarship IBM Scholarship Fund Monsignor Julius C. Haun Scholarship John Johnson Endowed Scholarship Orris and Evelyn Johnson-Jerry and Delilah Keenan Families Scholarship Kelly Family Scholarship Steve Kieselhorst, Jr. Scholarship Knights of Columbus Owatonna Council No. 945 Scholarship David Kuhn ’80 Memorial Scholarship Gerald ’63 and Lucia LaBonte Scholarship Lanoga Corporation Scholarship Anton and Mary Ledworowski Scholarship Thomas J. Linder ’81 Memorial Scholarship Monsignor Roy E. Literski Scholarship Anne Locher ’97 Memorial Scholarship Br. J. Raymond Long ’43 Memorial Scholarship Daniel E. ’47 and Veronica M. Lucas Legacy Scholarship Brother Urban Lucken ’35 Scholarship L.W. Mack ’66 Scholarship Fund Paul T. Madigan ’55 Scholarship Dorothy B. Magnus Scholarship Fund Mabel Magnus Memorial Scholarship Brother Finbar McMullen First-Generation Scholarship Lt. Thomas F. Meagher, C.P.D. Scholarship B.J. Meixner Scholarship Merchants Bank Scholarship Merrill Scholarship Terry and Margaret Meyers Scholarship The Mille Fund Endowed Scholarship Philip M. Morris ’42 Scholarship Lottia Murbach Scholarship Jack Nankivil Memorial Scholarship Ochrymowycz Family Foreign Language Scholarship Officer Denis O’Leary Scholarship Joseph C. and Marie F. Page Memorial Scholarship Gerald ’62 and Patricia Papenfuss Scholarship John F. and Christine E. Parmer/ John C. and Carolyn Noonan Parmer Scholarship Peter D. Pearson ’70 Endowed Scholarship Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia/Kevin P. O’Connell ’73 Scholarship Philanthropy and Development Alumni Scholarship Brother Alphonsus Pluth ’39 Endowed Scholarship Dominic and Rosina Polizzotto Memorial Scholarship Robert J. Reardon Memorial Scholarship Jean A. Joyce Regan Endowed Scholarship Regan Sisters Scholarship F. Walter and Mary Ann Riebenack Scholarship Kristen A. Riebenack Memorial Scholarship Douglas and Ruth Robinson Scholarship Brother I. Basil Rothweiler Endowed Scholarship Helen C. Semler Scholarship Brother Charles Severin Scholarship SGPP Bachelor Completion Scholarship Sieve Family Scholarship Silchuck Family Scholarship Kenneth R. Sirinek, M.D., Ph.D. ’65 Endowed Scholarship

Drs. Michael and Patricia Sommerville Endowed Scholarship Dr. Jerome Speltz and Mrs. Laurine Speltz Scholarship St. Jude Alumni Scholarship Timothy L. Stapleton ’95 Memorial Scholarship Maurice Joseph Sullivan Memorial Scholarship Brother Ambrose Trusk ’43 Chemistry Scholarship Christopher Anthony Van Horn Memorial Scholarship Frank and Helen Walsh Memorial Scholarship Fund Brother Laurence Walther Memorial Endowed Scholarship The Wasie Foundation Scholarship Wells Fargo Bank (Winona) Scholarship Peter F. Wentink ’68 Memorial Scholarship Ken Wiltgen Endowed Scholarship Brother Julius Winkler ’36 Scholarship Lawrence J. Wlazik ’73 Scholarship Robert M. Woods Memorial Scholarship James R. Young ’73 Memorial Scholarship

2016-17 ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIPS

Charles and Ellora Alliss Educational Foundation Scholarship Cristo Rey Alumni Scholarship James E. Donovan ’66 Education Scholarship The Class of 2000 Scholarship First Women of Saint Mary’s Annual Scholarship Gostomski Family Foundation Scholarship Robert A. ’61 and Marilyn (Wolf CST ’61) Janka Annual Scholarship Laura Kulzer Memorial Scholarship Judson P. Letven Memorial Scholarship Robert Martin M’02 Scholarship Frank C’01 and Kathy Miley Annual Scholarship The Mille Fund Annual Scholarship Minneanalytics Scholarship Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation Scholarship The Rotary Club of Winona Service Above Self Scholarship SGPP Faculty/Staff Scholarship SMU ESQ Bridge to Graduation Scholarship Drs. Michael and Patricia Sommerville Annual Scholarship The Stanton Family Scholarship Taylor Richmond Memorial Scholarship Brother J. Francis Walsh FSC ’45 Memorial Scholarship The Wasie Foundation Scholarship Weir van Staveren Annual Music Scholarship

2016-17 MINNESOTA PRIVATE COLLEGE FUND SCHOLARSHIPS

Access & Equity Scholarship Fund B.C. Gamble & P.W. Skogmo Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation Scholarship Buuck Family Foundation Scholarship Galileo Scholarship Fund Graco Foundation Scholarship Meslow First Generation Scholarship Minnesota Private College Fund Scholarship Minnesota Scholars Fund Tennant Company Diversity Scholarship U.S. Bancorp Foundation Scholarships UPS Foundation Scholarship WCA Scholarship Fund Wells Fargo Foundation Minnesota Scholarship Xcel Energy Foundation Scholarship


2016-2017 INVESTOR’S REPORT

ADVISORY BOARDS 2016-2017 COUNCIL OF REGENTS The Council of Regents for the Schools of Graduate and Professional Programs is advisory to the President of Saint Mary’s University. CHAIR Elizabeth Kautz Burnsville, Minn. VICE CHAIR Lindsay McCabe Edina, Minn. John G. Doherty Minneapolis, Minn. Janice M. Johnson, Ph.D. Hopkins, Minn. Walter Jungbauer ’87 Stillwater, Minn. Craig Junker M’96, D’05 Fridley, Minn. Chris (Neudauer) Kobold ’96 Minneapolis, Minn. Christine R. Kowalski North Oaks, Minn. Dale Kurschner Minnetonka, Minn. Matt Mahmood Edina, Minn. Jack Neveaux Wayzata, Minn. Hamid Quraishi Winona, Minn. Jill M. Reilly, Ed.D. Bloomington, Minn. Keith Ryskoski Burnsville, Minn. Scott Thomas ’97, M’05 Eagan, Minn. John Wade Rochester, Minn. Tim Weir Rochester, Minn. Kathy R. Wilde M’92 Minneapolis, Minn. Amanda ZiebellFinley Minneapolis, Minn.

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BOARD PRESIDENT Roberta “Bobbi” Kochevar M’08 Lakeville, Minn. DIRECTOR Robert Fisher ’97, M’06 Winona, Minn. Julianne M. Bartosz ’13 Mokena, Ill. Jennifer (Cochran) Biederman ’05, M’08 Winona, Minn. Matt Bilski ’07 New Brighton, Minn. Lance Duellman M’05 Winona, Minn. Brodie Hacken ’06 White Bear Lake, Minn. Marci Heerman M’02 Long Lake, Minn. Veronica Hiza M’15 Rosemount, Minn. Rachell (Maras) Horbenko ’96 Crystal Lake, Ill. Bethann Kemling ’80 Plymouth, Minn. Kate Kortsch ’95 Washington, D.C. Sarah LePage ’09, M’12 Savage, Minn. Dale Lieb ’74 Vadnais Heights, Minn. Ryan Pajak ’04, M’10 Vadnais Heights, Minn. Michael Skillrud M’08 Saint Paul, Minn. Tom Smat ’77 Naperville, Ill. Paula Weber Sonsalla M’13 Bloomington, Minn. Anastacia L. Sontag ’08 Northfield, Minn.

ATHLETIC ADVISORY BOARD

FIRST GENERATION ADVISORY BOARD

Terry Skrypek ’70 White Bear Lake, Minn.

CHAIR Mary Ann (Wera) Remick CST’64 Rochester, Minn.

Dave Bogie ’74 St. Paul, Minn. Bruna Bucciarelli ’76 Minneapolis, Minn. Derek “Chip” Carter ’96 Minneapolis, Minn. Brother Francis Carr, FSC ’66 Winona, Minn. John Killen Winona, Minn. Judy (Mullins) Lucas ’83 Oak Brook, Ill. John McDonough ’75 Elk Grove Village, Ill. Nick Michaels ’03 Dyer, Ind. Jeremy Miller Winona, Minn. Bob Paradise ’66 St. Paul, Minn. Michael Regan ’79 Stillwater, Minn. Tim Thone Woodbury, Minn.

John Domanico ’77, DDS LaGrange, Ill. Ulrike Harrison Minneapolis, Minn. Anthony Holter ’00, Ph.D. Seattle, Wash.

KABARA INSTITUTE FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL STUDIES ADVISORY BOARD CHAIR Jack Schmid ’76 Dubuque, Iowa Dan Arnold Winona, Minn. Matthew Bubala ’94 West Dundee, Ill. Robert Figliulo ’76 Burr Ridge, Ill.

James Horan ’72 Chicago, Ill.

John Leaf Winona, Minn.

Jeb Myers Minneapolis, Minn.

Scott Schwalbe Rochester, Minn.

Kelly Regan Prescott, Wis.

Meredith Speier Maple Grove, Minn.

Scott Thomas ’97, M’05 St. Paul, Minn.

HENDRICKSON INSTITUTE FOR ETHICAL LEADERSHIP ADVISORY BOARD Mark Chronister Bloomington, Minn. Brother Louis DeThomasis, FSC, Ph.D. Minneapolis, Minn. Julie Hendrickson Montpelier, Vt. Eric Jolly St. Paul, Minn. Michael T. Kelly White Bear Lake, Minn. Edward T. Mann Scarsdale, N.Y. Brother William Mann, FSC Winona, Minn. Timothy J. Penny Owatonna, Minn. Donald O. St. Dennis Edina, Minn.

PARENTS’ COUNCIL Bruce and Colleen Budin Le Center, Minn. Daniel ’87 and Jeanne Garry Plymouth, Minn. Carol (Selvaggio) Longseth ’83 Cloquet, Minn. Mark and Katherine Missurelli Franklin, Wis. John and Caroline Mockler Dubuque, Iowa Mark and Carolyn (Skemp) CST’81 Steingraeber La Crosse, Wis.

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