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St. Andrew’s College

Annual Report 2011

Contents 34 Message from the Executive

40 St. Andrew’s College

Director of Advancement

Endowment Fund

35 Headmaster’s Prize Day Speech

42 The Clare Kowaltschuk Bursary

37 Chris Adams McGavin ‘11

43 The 1899 Society

Valedictory Remarks

44 Donor Listings

38 How is SAC Funded?

51 Board of Governors

39 Foundation Statement of Operations

52 Parents Guild

Photo by Erin Hogue

Message from the Executive Director of Advancement I am now in my fourth year working at St. Andrew’s College, and in that time I have learned a great deal. But if I could share only one thing about SAC, it would be the strength and value of the Andrean brotherhood. I hear it and feel it in the halls of the School, on my travels, and while watching sports, drama or music — and I am honoured to be part of it. Our Old Boys continue to support their School generously. We are extremely grateful for that funding and encouraged by the 11% increase in their annual giving over last year. Of the $540,000 donated in annual funds this year, the majority went toward the $1.9 million we spent on financial aid to our 116 scholarship and bursary recipients. The students, and the entire School community, are grateful indeed

varied aspects of the School and the Andrean experience: scholarships, bursaries, academic programs, athletics, Cadets, Prize Day awards, Towers Library, archives, art, IT, and other operational expenses. At $23.6 million the endowment has enormous impact, yet the needs of the School are great and we must continue to develop the funds further. The same with our capital needs. The strategic plan prioritizes completion of Phase II of our Campus Master Plan, which will affect priority areas, including music, drama, assembly space, engineering & robotics, business leadership, athletics, and food services. Our facilities must be maintained and developed to ensure that our programs are cutting-edge, competitive and attractive. We cannot

“It’s about brotherhood, community and helping secure the future for others.” for this support. Without it, many budding young Andreans might never experience what SAC means — an extraordinary legacy of learning, experience and brotherhood. But, of course, it’s much more than that … add the families, past and present; the faculty and staff; the Governors and Trustees; indeed, everyone touched by this wonderful place, and we have the Andrean community. This broad community nurtures and protects the nature and fabric of our institution with unending pride and commitment. Homecoming, MacPherson Tournament, the Red & White Gala, Carol Service, and Cadets in Concert are but a few of the more than 25 annual events that involve and engage us. Our community support is reflected in total donations last year of $1,907,544. I am convinced that as we reflect on the value of our shared experience with SAC, this will continue to grow. Most significant, perhaps, is the concept of legacy and securing the future for others. The Prefects’ theme this year is ‘Legacy: How Will You be Remembered?’. Our endowment helps secure the future and includes 126 funds that support 34 Fall 2011

rely on tuition and associated fees for capital development. Philanthropic support is essential. And so we ask our Andrean community to step in and fill the gap — by making capital gifts to fund buildings and programs and by planning endowments and bequests that will continue to provide for the future — just as those who came before us have done. I am very grateful for the opportunity to help advance St. Andrew’s College. My sincere thanks to Old Boys, parents and the entire Andrean community for your support. You help secure the future of SAC whenever you give of your time, talent and treasure. Thank you.

J. SCOTT W. HAYTER Executive Director of Advancement

Headmaster’s 2011 Prize Day Speech

Erin Hogue

This is an excerpt from the speech given by Headmaster Kevin McHenry It is a privilege for me to welcome everyone to this, the 112th Prize Day ceremony at St. Andrew’s College. Prize Day is a day to celebrate all our achievements of the past year: a day to reflect on our individual accomplishments as well as our collective success as part of the Andrean community. ‘Brotherhood, Greater than Self’ was our theme this year. I don’t believe that I’ve ever heard a better phrase to describe the Andrean experience. Whether you’re in grade 9, 10, 11 or 12, I hope that when it comes time for Celebrating at the Grad Dinner l-r: Andrew Nelson, James Mackin, Scott Kimmerer, Alexander Nowlan, Estian Coetzer, Dennis Buschmann, Steven Sirbovan; front l-r: Dylan Amar and you to leave here, it will be with memories Torrey Glendinning to last a lifetime, and when you see each other again in the years to come, you will share a strong sense Regionals for the third consecutive year and is one of four Caof belonging to this incredible brotherhood. nadian groups invited to represent Canada and perform at the Academically, this class has shown some outstanding results. London Olympics in August 2012. Our University Counselling Office indicates that our grads have The incredible Pipes & Drums thrilled the crowds at various won over $1.3 million in scholarship offers to universities in St. Andrew’s events this year. The band also competed at the Canada, the United States and around the world. The average Toronto Indoor Games in April, and two SAC quartets finished number of university offers per student is 4.2. Sixty-four percent first in their grade. of the class will attend university in Ontario. Fifteen percent will 4. Several of our students placed in the top 2% of thousands attend out-of-province schools. Sixteen of students who wrote national and percent of the class will attend university international chemistry, biology, computer in the United States, and the remaining science and mathematics competitions. students will attend university overseas. 5. Two of our teams competing in the I would like to share some of this year’s York Region RoboCup Jr. Open won the highlights: right to represent Canada in July in Istan1. We started the year with a bang by bul, Turkey at the World RoboCup Chamlaunching our new website, complete with pionships. [editor’s note: they finished first those amazing award-winning videos. in the world, partnering with teams from 2. Our actors graced the stage in NovemTaiwan and Portugal!] ber in a production of A Chorus Line. This 6. Our debating program continues to production involved 32 of our students, grow. This year, St. Andrew’s hosted both on stage and behind the scenes. There the Fulford Debating Tournament and were two dozen Focus plays performed in we also had a student place in the top May, involving more than 100 students. 20 at The World Individual Debating 3. Our bands continue to win competiand Public Speaking Championships tions and delight us with their perforheld in Brisbane, Australia. Headmaster Kevin McHenry presents mances. The Wind Ensemble was 7. I applaud the many achievements of Nicholas Chretien ‘11 with his diploma. awarded a Triple Gold at Music Fest our 56 athletic teams competing in 23 The Andrean 35

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sports. Most impressive is that overall years of service to the Board of Goverour athletic program achieved 12 team nors. King will be retiring from the Board championships, 18 finalists and 15 thirdafter the year-end Board meeting. place finishes for a total of 45 top-three One of the most exciting days of finishes out of 56 teams! the School year was when members 8. For the fourth year, our students have of our community were notified of produced The Thistle, SAC’s literary magthe plans for our Upper Fields in the azine. The student editor describes it as creation of ‘The Yuill Family Athletic “a travel magazine that will take you on Complex.’ We are very excited about a journey to places you have never been this $6 million venture. before.” I couldn’t agree more. St. Andrew’s is not just a busy place 9. This year, SASSAW fundraising efforts for students, but also for members of raised over $5,000 for the Tanzanian the Board of Governors, faculty and Project; Casual Dress Days raised $6,000 staff. Michael Sifton ’79 has just comfor various charities; and 70 local famipleted his first year as the Chair of lies benefited from the over $30,000 the Board, and I’d like to thank him for raised by the Andrean community for the countless hours he has devoted Board member Scott Cole ‘80 presents the Holiday Hero Program. to St. Andrew’s. It is a pleasure for me Sonny Atkins ‘11 with the Jane Staunton Playwriter’s Award for an original play 10. Sadly, St. Andrew’s lost a very dedito work with such a visionary. produced at the Focus Festival. cated faculty member this past January, I am surrounded by what I believe to Clare Kowaltschuk. Fortunately, Clare’s spirit lives on with the be one of the most experienced and effective leadership teams participation of many members of the Andrean community, of any school in Canada. Thank you to this tremendous group including current students, parents and faculty members who for your loyalty, support and effort. have been actively raising funds for the The Weekend to End Two of the greatest indicators that help to measure the health Women’s Cancers charity. Clare, along with her husband of a school are low staff attrition and high student retention. Adam, was a strong and active supporter of this fundraising St. Andrew’s consistently measures at the top of the charts for initiative, and I am very proud that so many people at SAC have both of these important indicators of a healthy school culture. continued to participate this year and honour Clare’s memory. On that note, I would like to recognize an addition to our 25 One of the very special memories of this school year for Year Club. Congratulations to Sherrill Knight for her outstanding me was when Board member Kingsley Ward presented Adam service to St. Andrew’s over the past quarter century. Kowaltschuk with one of our most prestigious and special My wife Karan and I were happy to host more than 70 awards, the Tilston Award. This award is given to a person or volunteers at a reception in appreciation for all of their collecgroup that demonstrates ‘courage under fire.’ tive efforts this year. Thank you to the Parents Guild execuI would like to sincerely thank Mr. Kingsley Ward for his 28 tive under the very capable leadership of Margarete Carr. The Guild’s extraordinary support for the School is much appreciated and can’t be recognized enough. I would like to thank Margarete for her leadership of the Parents Guild and for the hundreds of hours she has devoted to the School during the past seven years. To our graduating students: I am sure you look forward to what is ahead of you while feeling a little anxious of what is to come. I say with confidence, you are well-prepared and very capable. I’d like to thank your parents, grandparents and family members who supported you 2011 Headmaster Art Award recipients l-r: Charles Gu ‘11, throughout your journey at St. Andrew’s. Theofilos Sotiropoulos-Michalakakos ‘11, Matthew Mak ‘11 You will remain part of the Andrean

community forever as Old Boys, and we hope that you will stay in close touch with your School. You may have noticed that I did not mention any of our grads by name during this speech. Instead, I chose to refer to this collection of 119 young men as a group. Only a small percentage of our grads will receive an award this afternoon. Whether you were the tenth man on the basketball team, the ‘extra’ in the fall play, or the boy who had to work extra hard to earn a 50% in calculus, you are collectively members of one of the strongest graduating classes in the history of this School. Together you supported one another in a myriad

Head of Music Sandi Chasson presents Ryan Coverdale ‘11 with the Instrumental Music Award for his contributions to the SAC music program.

of ways to achieve incredible results. And finally, I would like to leave you with one of my favourite quotes for a day such as today. It was written by the great American poet, Ralph Waldo Emerson. He wrote: “What lies behind us and what lies ahead of us are only tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” My wish is that you take this message to heart, and hopefully, you will often remember that your St. Andrew’s experience helped to shape the potential that lies within each of you. I wish each and every one of you all the best as you begin the next journey of your life. Congratulations to the Class of 2011!

Chris Adams McGavin ’11 Valedictory Remarks

Erin Hogue

The following excerpts are taken from Chris Adams McGavin’s valedictorian speech. As Head Prefect, he delivered a speech on behalf of the Class of 2011 during Prize Day, June 17, 2011. St. Andrew’s has been a different experience for every one of measurable effort you have put into teaching and coaching us. us, whether our focus was on academics, athletics, music, clubs, Through the hours you have spent explaining simple concepts, socializing, working, just struggling to survive, or more likely answering questions you’ve already answered, and believing in a combination of many of those. SAC us to act independently – you have given has provided us with some of the best us essential and valuable tools: knowlmoments of our lives. St. Andrew’s may edge, confidence, and leadership. These also account for some of our most difare truly appreciated gifts. ficult times, but mostly our experiences Together we are taking the final lie somewhere in between. As a group step from the shelter of comfort that of Andrean brothers, we have met and St. Andrew’s has become into the real overcome any obstacle – and we have world. With the support of our family faced many. As an Andrean community, and friends, and with the foundation we share life-changing experiences, of character that has been developed in which can touch us profoundly and our years at St. Andrew’s, we will conwhich become landmarks in our own tinue to learn and grow. personal development. From this point onward, our lives will We would not have made it this far, never be the same and our underlying however, without the dedicated faculty Andrean spirit will remain unchanged. We and staff of this life-changing institution. have been given the opportunity to truly On behalf of the graduating class, I would live; please take advantage: act with charHead Prefect Chris Adams McGavin ‘11 like to sincerely thank each and every one acter and integrity, never cease to learn, hugs a new Prefect — Seung Jin An ‘12. of you for the countless hours and imand let all that you do be done in love. The Andrean 37

How is SAC Funded?

The audit for St. Andrew’s College was conducted in August 2011 by Smith Sykes Leeper and Tunstall for the year ending June 30, 2011.

Statement of Operations The breakdown of expenses and revenues is shown in graphical format on the following pages. For our internal purposes and for the purpose of setting

tuition fees, the Board does not budget for depreciation; however, we do allocate $600,000 toward major expenses on Property, Plant Repairs and Maintenance in any given year.

SAC REVENUES 2010-11 6%



6% Ancillary Operations (net) / 6% Donations / 88% Tuition Tuition revenues are comprised of $19.8 million of tuition fees and $2.6 million in other mandatory student fees. Ancillary revenue is comprised of interest income, housing rentals, summer program revenue, campus shop revenue and rental of facilities. Our interest income has been declining

because of low interest rates. Our summer program income has increased from last year while our rental income and store operations have remained static. Donations include $900,000 from the SAC Endowment Funds as well as annual giving from Old Boys, parents and staff.

SAC Expenses 2010-11 8%





8% Financial Aid / 10% Dining Services / 18% Buildings, Grounds & Maintenance / 19% Administration, Admission & Advancement / 45% Academic & Co-Curricular The expense chart above depicts expenses based on a functional division. Salaries and wages represent approximately 60% of our total budget but are included within the functional areas. The percentage of expenses in each category is very stable year over year. Academic and co-curricular expenses refer to all student program activities including athletics, Cadets, 38 Fall 2011

library and residential support services. Buildings, Grounds and Maintenance expenses include utilities, insurance, repairs and replacement of small capital items. Financial aid represents almost $2 million in bursaries and scholarships. BETH MCKAY Chief Financial Officer

SAC Foundation Statement of Operations 2010–11 Year Ended June 30










REVENUE Donations Interest & Dividends Realized Gain/ (Loss) on Sale of Investments Total Revenue

Annual Giving

29% 54%




DISTRIBUTIONs Scholarships & Bursaries



Unrestricted Donations



Other Designated Gifts







Capital Projects (CMP & Major Renovations)



Total Distributed to St. Andrew’s College



School’s Priority Needs & Designated Gifts

Gifts in Kind


Donations by Constituency Current Parents







Total Distributions



Excess of revenue over expenses for the year



Fund Balances Beginning of Year



Unrealized Gain on Investments





Fund Balance End of Year

Old Boys

27% Governors & Trustees


Planned Giving Expense




Other DISTRIBUTIONs Investment & Custody Fees


Distributions Investment & Planned Giving Expense School‘s Priority Needs & Designated Operating Items

9% 38%


Capital Projects

32% Scholarships, Bursaries & Awards

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St. Andrew’s College Endowment Fund The St. Andrew’s College Endowment Fund provides stability, vision and a sense of permanence. It reinforces that our mission is important, our community believes in us, and we are here for the long term. With a history of more than 113 years, St. Andrew’s is indeed here for the long term and we are grateful to have a community that believes in us and offers their financial support to benefit future generations of Andreans. Our impressive list of endowed funds speaks to the loyalty, commitment and trust of our generous supporters. The earnings from the invested endowed funds provide financial support to designated aspects of the Andrean experience. Each of our endowment fund donors has indicated spe-

cifically how they wish their endowment to be used. Individual documentation for each fund directs the trustees of the Foundation as to how the earned income is to be spent. Because of these directions, we know that the endowment fund earnings achieve many things: provide young men with the financial means to attain the SAC education that will set them on a solid course for their future; recognize and reward students for academic, athletic, musical, dramatic and leadership success; as well as fund programs that enhance specialized educational and co-curricular programs. Thank you to all our generous donors past and present for your loyalty, commitment, and trust in the mission of St. Andrew’s College. EDNA COLLINS

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Stephen Kimmerer

Middle School students at Prize Day l-r: Liam Ennis ‘17, Sean Lindsay ‘17, Tyler Thomas ‘17, Nicholas Bowlin ‘17, Michael Lakkotrypis ‘17, Tyler Sifton ‘16, Stathi Douramakos ‘17, Niklas Seidel ‘17, Joseph Yazdani ‘17, Halim Chung ‘17, John Buchan ‘16, Callum Murphy ‘16, Nolan Roy ‘17, Filip Grantcharov ‘17, Luca Zadra ‘17, Patrick Turner ‘17

Endowment Funds at St. Andrew’s College General Scholarship Fund


John R. & Marjorie T. Rea Family Fund


Richard H. Barr Art History Library


Classes of 1920-1922 Fund


J. Aubrey Holmes Fund (Football)


Kaptyn Family Fund


Isabelle Cockshutt Prize


Munro Family Fund


Magee Family Music Prize


The Macdonald Medal


C.U. Haywood Scholarship


Robert W. Meagher Fund


Andrew Armstrong Prize


Class of 1992 Bursary


James A. Ballard Memorial Fund


Graham Campbell Trust


Gilbert deB. Robinson Prize


John L. Wright Memorial


Sir J.W. Flavelle Scholarship


Stein Family Award


Morgan Family Trust


Stuart B. Wood Prize


Lloyd C. MacPherson Pipers Award


The Bradley R. Rowell Scholarships


Robertson Laidlaw Trophy


A. Macdonald Robertson Fund


The Osborne Family Scholarship


Brooks Cup


Graham F. & Mary Towers Estate


Kenneth H. Ives Memorial Art Fund


Jim Herder Review Prize


McPherson Family Endowment


Richard Costley-White Library Fund


K.S. Maclachlan Memorial


Mr. & Mrs. A.E. Matthews Endowment


Justin Ross Scott Memorial


Ian & Michael Flemming Award


The International Group


Michael Lamb

The R.R. McLaughlin Science Prize


Kendall & Violet Bennett Fund


J. Douglas Wood Bursary


Class of 1944 Bursary


Aubrey M. Foy Pipers Prize


J.K. Macdonald Awards


Class of 1954 School Archives


The Ron Kinney Physiology Prize


Dr. J. Robert Coulter Scholarship


Professor Donald B. Spence Prize


Guy and Scott Rutter Art Prize


Heather Inglis Memorial


Graham F. Towers Bursaries


B.R. Mitchell Trophy


Carolyn Sifton Foundation


Errington Awards


Dr. T.A. Hockin Trophy


Christopher Ball Prize


William A. Beverly Estate


Kendall P. Home Sports Awards

Lehockey Prize


Mark James Oliver

Mary & George Kitchen Bursary



R. David Armstrong Family Fund


Colonel F.A. Tilston Awards


Col. Maxwell Meighen Memorial Fund


Frank Moores Scholarship Fund


Dick Gibb Scholarship Fund


Jack & Ina Bennet Bursary


The McEwen Leadership Program


Craig Leslie Award


G.M. Frost Family Fund


The Tony Myrans Social Sciences Prize


Mark Wigston Physics Lab


McCreath Family Fund


Lau Family Improvement Prize


Craig Mitchell Prize


Wirth Family Trust


Peter & Eallien Robinson Trust


James H. Hamilton Scholarship


Dalton Family Bursary


Fred Omstead Theatre Arts Award


G. Eric Ellsworth Cup


David B. Somerville Memorial Music Prize 1995

The Stan Macfarlane Scholarship


T.B.D. Tudball Memorial Fund


W.D.L. Graham Bursary


The Howey and MacInnis Family Bursary


Bruce B. King Memorial Prize


Patel Family Scholarship Fund


The Edward Roberts History Prize


Roy H.M. Lowndes Prize


The Kiefer Sutherland Educational Fund


General Family Trust


George Mann Cricket Fund (Cricket)


Frank A. Rolph Family Scholarship


The Jim Herder Scholarship


Donald M. Rogers Family Fund


Harry E. Goodman Prize


Rajan Family Fund


Housser Family Trust


Michael Family History Prize


George & Etta Mitchell Bursary


Kilpatrick Family Endowment


Harry J. Addison

Nichols Family Trust


Manchee Family Endowment


Memorial Awards (Football)


Ted Medland Bursary


Philip S.A. Morton Scholarship


MacPherson Hockey Fund (Hockey)


Belden Computer and Technology Fund


R.S. McLaughlin Foundation Bursary


Winnifred Matthews Memorial


Staunton History Prize


J.S. Ellis Scholarship Fund


Charles B. Edwards Bursary


Steven R. Creber Memorial Trophy


Parents Guild Endowment Fund


Michael S. Higgins Scholarship


Old Boys Bursary


Barry J. Black Scholarship


Stephen J. Suarez Economics Prize


Gordon Marshall Cadet Leadership Award 2010

Dunlap Family Endowment


C.M. Foster Prize


Clare Kowaltschuk Bursary

Memorial Fund (Basketball)


Our Mission Statement: “Dedicating ourselves to the development of the complete man, the well-rounded citizen.” Memorial Trophy (Rugby)


The Robert and Jilla Williams Bursary Fund


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The Clare Kowaltschuk Bursary Last January the St. Andrew’s College comadversity and suffering in her own life. Clare munity, along with Clare Kowaltschuk’s passed away on January 8, 2011 after a family, celebrated her passion and spirit with courageous four-and-a-half year battle with the establishment of The Clare Kowaltschuk breast cancer. She was 37. Bursary to financially support and encourSt. Andrew’s College wishes to thank age the Andrean experience for boys who the family, friends and Andreans who have endure the death of a parent. already contributed to this Bursary in Clare’s Clare was a dedicated teacher at memory. If you would like to add your name St. Andrew’s who had a gentle way of to this growing list of donors, please send Clare at Machu Picchu, painted by Tino Paolini accepting people for who they were while your gift to the SAC Foundation at: 15800 encouraging them to strive to be their very best. She exempliYonge Street, Aurora, ON L4G 3H7, or donate online specifying, fied incredible courage and generosity of spirit, despite the “The Clare Kowaltschuk Bursary” at Thank you. Gordon & Jo-Anne Almadi Stephen Amell ’00 Jason & Kelly Atkins Bill Attwell Gregory Aulenback Paul & Mary Barker Stephen Beatty Paul ’79 & Jane Bedard Peter Bedard ’83 & Jane Kravchenko Robert & Anne Bedard Randi & Richard Berman Jalynn Bosley Brent & Ellen Bowlin David & Karen Brown George & Janice Brown Paul & Shirley Bruer Ryan Bryce ’05 Michael Campbell ’01 & Stephanie Danby Rick & Sylvia Cannon G. Douglas & Margarete Carr Ross & Susan Carter Xuan Chen Yang Ha Cho ’10 Edna & Dennis Collins Stephen Cooper Fraser Cowell & Tracey Browne Morris Crozier & Miriam Isberg Victor A. & Anne Cuff 42 Fall 2011

William & Elizabeth Daniell Paul & Carrie Denton Michele Dodson Doug Dragasevich & Debbie Pickersgill David Dunlap ’56 Michael & Jaime Elliot Whitney Elliott Mark ’92 & Katie Etherington Brian & Mary Jayne Feeley Fraser Fell ’03 Tasha Ferraro & Hayato Sakurai Laura Fiore Irka Firchuk Sandy & Nina Forte Anne Fortier C. William D.& Karen Foster Mervyn Frame ’03 Kevin ’02 & Michelle Fullerton David & Veronica Galajda Lauren Gasewicz Elizabeth Gold Abby Goldstein Ludi & Russ Grant Mary Gray Andrew & Marianne Guizzetti

Robyn Hahn Jonathan ’82 & Bianca Harris Mark & Cynthia Healy Jim & Gail Herder Dennis & Jackie Hewko Bob & Shirley Hicks Laura Higgins J. Fred & Doreen Hiltz Doug & Barbara Hooton John ’68 & Linda Housser Peter & Liz Howes Edith & Kohler Huskins A. Derek & Bettyne Inglis Dean & Kelly Iwai Wendy Johnstone David & Louise Joiner Marke Jones Alexander Kaptyn ’04 Henry & Cathy Kaptyn James & Kimberly Kay Anne-Marie Kee Rick & Beverly Ker Pamela Kerr Benoit Eileen Kettlewell Pil Su Kim & Kyung Sun Jung Bennett Kitagawa & Arima Ventin Sherrill Knight Jonathan & Catherine Knowles Mary Kowaltschuk

Natsuko Kubori Joy Lawrence Minsang Lee & Hyejin Byun Sue-Ann Lewis John Linseman & Jane Loewen Antonietta Lombardi Lach & Audrey MacIntyre Keith Mackenzie & Janice Fischer Charles & Terri MacLean Jeff & Karen Patricia MacLeod Andrew ’84 & Caroline Mahfood Ali Manigat ’01 Emily Marrocco George & Nancy Martin Graeme Martin ’97 Robert & Jean McCullough Kevin & Karan McHenry Beth McKay Mike McKay Erin McLaughlin Natalie McNair & Jeff Tait David ’82 & Sanysa Merkel Edward & Deidra Murphy Peter & Patricia Murphy Heather Naro Eva Nickel Gerry & Nancy Noble

Timothy & Ann O’Connor J. Duncan & Kathy Oram Michael & Sarah Paluch Edward & Nanette Parent Michael Parent ’94 & Wendy Whelan Gordon & Jennifer Pelosse Lisa Picerno John & Andrea Pierson Marilyn Post Jenny Qi Gary & Carolyn Rabbior Clark Rabbior ’09 Sue Ranta J. Scott & Kim Ritchie Struan Robertson ’84 & Danielle LabrosseRobertson Antonio Rodriguez Anthony & Mary Jo Romanin Joel Ross Michael ’85 & Sue Roy Robert & Laureen Rutledge Sandra Scott Alison Seidler & Gary Flynn Peter Seidler Howard & Karen Seto Rodney & Sandra Sheridan Eddy Si & Jocelyn Cochingyan Lee-Si

Michael ’79 & Julie Sifton Michael Sovereign & Lori Appleton Ted & Jane Staunton John Stewart ’78 Scott & Judy Stirling Julie & Jack Symmes Amanda Thorne Helen Thorne Marim Tobenstein George & Judy Tripp Nunzio Trocchia & Cheryl Glense Megumi Uede Paul & Anat Van Eeden Carmela Vickers Andrew Wakefield ’03 Jeff Weaver Rebecca Weir Richard Weston Alan & Mary Whicher Paul & Dianne Williams Julie & Chris Wilson Ryan ’91 & Georgia Windeler Michael & Margaret Sousa Witt Philip & Betsy Wolfenden Lisa Young Matthew & Andrea Yustin Eric Zhang

The 1899 Society It is with pride and a true sense of community that the Board of Governors of St. Andrew’s College has launched The 1899 Society. The formation of this important connection to members of our community reflects one of the key goals of the SAC 2011–2016 Strategic Plan, Shaping Our Future. We will recognize supporters of the School through The 1899 Society in many ways: • new recognition circles – to be implemented in 2012, • by class year for Old Boys, • alphabetical listing for parents, past parents, grandparents and friends, current and past faculty and staff, and corporations and foundations, • naming opportunities with capital or programmatic projects, • tribute gifts in honour of individuals, and • donor wall displays for special appeals and campaigns.

of a life insurance policy, or perhaps via another financial vehicle recommended by your personal advisor. Planned gifts typically represent the life-long interest as well as the values and passions of the donors. The Andrean Legacy Circle will recognize all types of planned gifts. We have been corresponding with our many donors regarding the implementation of The 1899 Society. Their valuable insights have affirmed our decision to continue refining the recognition circles over the next few months. Therefore in this Annual Report we recognize donors in their usual categories: Old Boys by class year; alphabetical listings for parents, past parents, grandparents and friends, current and past faculty and staff, and corporations and foundations. Every gift has tremendous value and meaning for the donor, for the School and for the students who are the ultimate beneficiaries of your contribution. We hope you enjoy the information presented in this report and we thank you for continuing to support St. Andrew’s College.

The new recognition circles are designed to reflect your commitment and support while also highlighting the contributions of EDNA COLLINS, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF ADVANCEMENT our historically significant benefactors and leaders. The Flavelle Circle is named in honour of Sir Joseph Flavelle, one of the School’s most loyal supporters during the first half of the 20th century. As a member of the Board of Governors, 2010-11 Fiscal Year he personally funded the total cost of one of the first residences at the “new Aurora campus” – Flavelle House. The Flavelle Circle will recognize Dollars Raised Participation Rate leadership giving in a variety of categories. 1959. . . . . . . . $212,085.00 1934. . . . . . . . 100.00% The Campbell Circle is named in honour of 1979. . . . . . . . $149,872.00 1943. . . . . . . . 66.67% Mr. Colin Graham Campbell. He joined the Board 1982. . . . . . . . $134,509.66 1936. . . . . . . . 50.00% of Governors of the School in 1931 and was a

The Old Boys “Top Ten”

great friend of Sir Joseph Flavelle. It was his generosity that led to the building of the Campbell Houses and later to the establishment of the SAC Foundation. The Campbell Circle will recognize annual gifts to the School. The Andrean Legacy Circle is named to honour Andreans who have created and advised us of a planned gift to support St. Andrew’s College in the future. This planned gift may take the form of a bequest in your will, the direction

1944. . . . . . . . 50.00%

1953. . . . . . . . $107,890.00

1970. . . . . . . . 48.65%

1964. . . . . . . . $34,130.00

1945. . . . . . . . 44.44%

1961. . . . . . . . $27,550.00

1961. . . . . . . . 40.74%

1957. . . . . . . . $27,236.52

1956. . . . . . . . 40.00%

1954. . . . . . . . $24,180.00

1942. . . . . . . . 38.46%

1956. . . . . . . . $20,968.80

1954. . . . . . . . 38.24%

1966. . . . . . . . $12,058.05

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Old Boys 1934 William A. Neal 1935 Richard J. Boxer the late Peter C. Rea 1937 Warren Y. Soper 1938 James A. O’Brian 1940 David P. Flemming William J. Shields 1941 John R. Kilpatrick 1942 Philip H. Alspach Edward M. Ballon George M. Brickenden C. Graham Cotter Keith C. Pilley 1943 Edward H. Crawford Alexander G. Hyde W. Brian Lappin R. McLeod Lightbourn 1944 T. Michael Adamson Charles W. Eddis F. Murray Hall G. Robert Jackson John M. Lowndes 1945 the late Allan L. Beattie M. Campbell Dobbin Roy E. Eddy James B. Robertson W. Warren Weldon 1946 Ernest C. Frey Frederick A. McKenzie Robert A. Montgomery Liam S. O’Brian Anthony E. Weldon 1947 Thomas B. Chipman Donald C. Shaw William P. Skinner 1948 W. David Henderson 44 Fall 2011

Dan A. Poyntz Victor W. Rodwell Frank M. Rolph Ian S. Wishart 1949 Henry A. Feith William C. Lawrence E. James Shirley David W. Wilson 1950 Richard J. Clavell W. Farrell Hyde R. Roy McMurtry Thomas M. Munn David G. Trent J. Christopher C. Wansbrough 1951 George H. Guy Terence T. Malone Warren S. Ritchie William P. Somers 1952 John S. Auld Richard H. Barr David M. Hector the late Gordon D. Kelly Coulter A. Osborne Roger Strand 1953 William W. Andrews Paul D. Esson Peter G. Gordon William D. Graham Garth E. Hazlett James M. Mylrea David L. Rea 1954 Robert H. Bradshaw John D. Cathers W. Graham Dutton J. Douglas Grant D. Antonio Guzman Frederick T. Leslie Michael A. Mann Albert E. Matthews Robert D. Morrison H. Evan C. Schulman Walter A. Somerville

l-r Executive Director of Advancement Scott Hayter, Mr. Edward and Mrs. Yolanda Wong, Barton Wong ‘79, Headmaster Kevin McHenry outside the Wong Family Classroom.

Barton Wong ‘79 visited the School last December with his parents Edward and Yolanda Wong. Barton generously contributed a gift in Campus Master Plan I to name a classroom in the Middle School in honour of his parents. David Kyle, Middle School language arts teacher, welcomed the Wongs into their classroom and in English and Cantonese graciously thanked them for their generosity. Barton, whose son Peter graduated in 2003 and daughter Ingrid is currently in grade 12 at The Bishop Strachan School (BSS) in Toronto, has been an ongoing supporter of the School for more than 30 years, organizing Old Boy receptions as well as graciously welcoming recent St. Andrew’s visitors to Hong Kong. He is managing director of the Edward Wong Group and lives with his wife Yau Wai Lee in Hong Kong. Barton’s brother Stephen ’81 is also an involved Old Boy and is managing director of the Edward Wong Development Co. Ltd. He and his wife Lisa live in Shanghai with their five sons: Ryan, Ivan, Byron, Colin and Aaron. Robert G. Wade M. B. Wansbrough 1955 Alan J. Cruickshank the late Gonzalo Gutierrez U. John C. McCrea Ian A. Purdie D. Gordon M. Robertson C. Kendall Willoughby 1956 Barry J. Black H. Michael Burns William H. Comstock David M. Dunlap Robert F. Keith Peter A. Ketchum W. Ross Reucassel

John M. Swinden Bruce W. Thomson J. Michael P. Wood 1957 Douglas M. Clark G. Malcolm Darroch Wilfrid S. Dinnick James R. Guy John M. Hill Andrew H. Holliday John H. Hough Carlos E. Kepke Andrew D. Milne John C. Mueller L. George Tejada James W. Wyse Bill Yuill

1958 James G. Godsman R. Thomas Orr James P. Stronach 1959 John D. Buchanan W. Adam Clatsoff James E. Dunn Anthony S. Fell Donald M. Rogers William F. Snyder Alfred G.F. Wirth 1960 R. Chris H. Allworth R. David Armstrong James A. Carruthers Michael J. Heath-Eves Thomas A. Hickey

Robert R. MacLeod Robert J. Metcalfe John L.C. Morse David R. Stamper Andrew D.B. Wood 1961 Brian G. Armstrong Anthony E. Campbell Richard B. Gibb Iain R. Gurr Carl F. Ingwalson, Jr. D. Ronald F. Rea David M. Rogers W. M. Rothery H. Dan D. Routledge Doug E. Rowan David R. Stollmeyer

David Grass George D. Hathaway Jeffrey D. Hayes S. Brian A. Levett Donald J. MacKay C. Philip Manchee Sandy Munro John R. Percival Eric N. Schneider Thomas S. Stephens Peter F. Thompson Mark M. Westcott A. Norman Wilkie Malcolm R. Yule 1971 Andrew M. Ballard Robert T. Boyd John K. Cross Gordon C. Dobbin William M. Haust Edward D. Ruse John L. Walden 1972 Richard C. Bates Dayna J. Broadfoot Dennis J. Daly Robin J. Wilkie 1973 Peter R. Calverley James M. Empey Raymond H. Leung James W. Macdonald A. Ian Tait 1974 John R. Hawley C. James McTavish T. Stuart Rutherford 1975 David J. Durant Daniel H. Hung Andrew J. Kilpatrick George R. Mann Stephen L. Peter David W. Peters 1976 Michael A. Earle Craig D. Farrow Gary M. Lawrence Gregory W. Miklas Paul R. Seay Matthew L. Shinkle 1977 R. Mark Bedard Michael S. Gardner

Myles H. Pritchard Clifford M. Sifton Scott L. Sillcox 1978 Ian M. Carlsen P. Andrew Dalton Philip J. Henderson James H. Irwin John D. Stewart 1979 Gregory A. Baun Andrew A. Beckwith Paul E. Bedard William C. Cathers Stephen M. Dewis Michael M. Edwards George R. Edwards John C. Epworth Robert C. Fawcett Robert G. Hepburn John F. Mortimer Jeffrey W. Richmond Michael G. Sifton Barton N. Wong 1980 A. Alain Bonvecchio Barton D. L. Brooks Scott E. Byberg K.Y. Michael Chau Douglas E. Crawford Ian R. Davis Scott M. Fitzgerald Murray A. Hyde Thomas H. McNally David C. Plaxton H. Glenn Stanley-Paul John C.A. Stevenson 1981 George M. Jackson David C. Lawrence Kenneth E. Marshall Paul E. Stanborough J. Warren Stoddart Robin R. Tapley 1982 Paul E. Berrevoets Michael G. A. Elliott Jonathan M. Harris J. Rodger Leslie David G. Merkel Martin J. Twiss 1983 J. Antonio Artigas Peter Bedard

D. Bruce H. Bicknell David S. Isaacson Stewart R. Kiff G. Scott Nirenberski Luis F. Lara Olmos Stephen J. Suarez Jonathan P. Tyner J.R. Kingsley Ward 1984 Lawrence P. Biricz Robert M. Caldwell Mark A. Ellerbeck Martin C. MacDonald Andrew J. Mahfood J.S. Struan Robertson N. Peter Smith C. Philip S. Wood 1985 Skot A. Caldwell W. David Campbell Alejandro F. Fernandez Thomas N. Hussey John W. Lamensa Michael D. Roy Derek A. Sifton Juan C. Suarez 1986 Geoffrey K. Atkins James E. Austin Jr. Gregory S. Dunlap John R. Morgan Stephen G. Pitel Timothy W. Watson 1987 Michael P. Chen-Young Steven W. Dengler Beric J. Farmer Jean-Paul G. Hoffman Ian G. Howey

Glen D. Oliver 1988 David H. Anderson Michael C. Brewer Kenneth A. Cameron John M. Dunlap Oliver D. Herbst Christopher C. Hind Paul M. Morgan Ronald C. Reardon Anthony H. Reid 1989 Hugh J. Barton Steven M. Cathcart Jonathan A. Morgan Derek G. Plaxton 1990 Patrice B. Bansa James C. Barton Brian A. Chan Trevor R. Fuller Ronald D. Kopas Joseph D. Morin John W. Morris Cory S. Oliver G. Scott Pearson Fergus S. Prentice Donald C. Price Michael S. Smith 1991 James A. Biggar Simon A. Corman Jamie R. Inglis James E. Morgan Sean Sam Chee Ryan J. Windeler 1992 Allan R. Best James W. Dennis

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1962 Harold G. Hough Douglas K. McMullen Michael B. Sommerville 1963 the late Gage E. Love Jr. R. Bryan Waller 1964 Jim Herder Raymond J. Osborne John D. Pennal John F. Rook William E. Westfall John R. Zurbrigg 1965 Douglas C. McKeen Hugh G. Pritchard W. Gregory Pritchard Raymond S. Pyfrom 1966 Lawrence A. Boland W. Graham Butler David P. Cathers George C. Dangerfield James P. McClocklin William H. McNeil Roger M. Shantz Douglas A. Simmonds James de P. Wright 1967 Charles W.B. E. Farrington Robert L. Jones Robert C. Kilgour Jr. Peter F. Love Timothy I. Macdonald A. Fraser McTavish Bruce W. Owens 1968 Guy M. Baker Peter C. Bates Graham F. Brunke James D. Good Carr Hatch John F. Housser 1969 John H. Brown James M. Jackson R. Scott Jolliffe 1970 William M. Albino E. Clifton Carr Robert L. Dilworth Thomas W. Gilchrist

Mark K. Etherington Jonathan A. Ginou Darcy J. Montgomery Daniel D. Nelles Mark A. Shillum Stuart M. Smith 1993 Marcus Gillam Robert A. Leckey Gilbert J. C. Lee James F. Menlove Jayson J. Mulcock James A. Nichols Nathaniel J. Smeenk Barton C. Sommerville Peter A. Wardell 1994 Andrew W. Beach Geoffrey P. Brennagh Ryan J. Lawlor Michael E. Parent Geoffrey G. Pennal Otto F. Schuemer Alfredo Villegas-Camil 1995 Ojus Ajmera Derek R. Bulas Paul S. Etherington Anthony M. Farr C. Christopher L. Foster Somers W. Kempe Jeffrey L. Lewis Jan W. Lutzen Darren J. McNair Alexander P. Wood Winthrop Y.H. Yow 1996 Santiago Barona Justin K. Lindquist

Thank you to the Merkel family: David ‘82 and Sanysa and sons Andrew ‘09 and Eric ‘11 for their generosity in refurbishing the Macdonald House Lobby, June 2011. The Andrean 45

Blair E. MacPherson Edward C. Mercer Graham B. Munro Christopher K. Stock Stefan L. Tuzi 1997 Carey L. Chow Michael G. Foy Duane R. Gafoor John C. Haney Ricky S. Leung Graeme W. Martin 1998 D. Brook Dyson Christopher A. Fusco

Mark N. Landry Jason R. Perrier A. Benjamin Wood 1999 George W. Brown Mark D. Gooderham James T. MacPherson Mathieu Mallette H. Wayne Moyer 2000 Tejus Ajmera Stephen A. Amell Ryan J. Brandham Brian D. Chisholm Benjamin J. Craig

Boris Kholodov Justin M. Williams 2001 Gordon A. Birkett Michael J. Campbell Jonathan Cheng R. Michael Craig Michael D. R. Dainard Eric J. Heizer Ali M. Manigat 2002 Adam D. Brander Kevin T. Fullerton Jeffrey V. Ginou Richard G. Goldhar

James P. Healey Michael E. Jones Christopher D. Jowett Peter G. McClelland Bradley C. Smith Giancarlo Trimarchi Nicholas J. Weedon 2003 Andrew I. Cumming Hugh P. Dowell Fraser C. Fell Mervyn J. Frame Daniel John Ernie H. W. Lau Jeremy B. Lee

Michael A. Tzimas Andrew J. Wakefield 2004 Andrew S. Carnovale Alexander A. Kaptyn 2005 Ryan A. Bryce Ryan A. Luther 2006 Martin W. Lee 2007 Michael A. Fedorov Cameron M. Healy Richard T. Housser Robert J. Kaptyn

Christian J. K. Kieller John A. Stoneman 2009 Hayden A. Beck Taylor H. Bryce Alexander R. Culp Thomas M. Lee Clark C. Rabbior 2010 Yang Ha Cho Adam Z. Nickerson 2011 Weitong Xu

Andrew & Marianne Guizzetti Emma Guizzetti Breda Martin & Denise Harding Jonathan ’82 & Bianca Harris David & Jayne Harvey Barry Hasler & Deanna Wootton Mohamad Hassani Jieyu & Jianhua He Dennis & Jackie Hewko Ossie Hinds & Anne LaRocque Chen-Chi Ho & Yu-Mei Chang

Soonman Hong & Kyung Ok Sung In-Ok Hong Eric & Karen Hussey Thomas Hussey ’85 & Robyn Offen Dean & Kelly Iwai Dieter Jentsch & Angela Ganstal Seon Ik Jin & Myung Yeon Hwang Chenglu Jin Greg & Eda Johnson Ian & Laura Johnson David & Louise Joiner Jangan Kang


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Brent & Gina Byers Peter ’73 & Vickie Calverley Rick & Sylvia Cannon G. Douglas & Margarete Carr Joseph & Brenda Carter Ross & Susan Carter Kin Chung Chan & Daphne Lai Todd & Margaret Chapman Sean Chen & Smile Wang Chi Shing Cheung & Yin Ling Kwok Chiung-Yi Chiang & Yu-Ling Chang Sandy & Dina Chiodo Ted & Ann Lee Chong Christopher Chow & Anita Lo Sam & Erika Coetzer Tim & Debra Coughlin Bradley & Beverly Lynn Coverdale Fraser Cowell & Tracey Browne Douglas ’80 & Luciana Crawford Morris Crozier & Miriam Isberg

Alvaro De Arrigunago & Alejandra Lopez Paul & Carrie Denton Gerardo Diez Garcia & Elsy Castellanos Doug Dragasevich & Debbie Pickersgill Michael & Cathy Durisin Arturo Elias Ayub & Johanna Slim de Elias Peter Elliott & Catherine Morrison Brian & Mary Jayne Feeley Alejandro Fernandez ’85 & Olga Gonzalez Don Finlay

Vilmos & Gabriella Fockter George & Leslie Foegele Sandy & Nina Forte Armando Fuentes & Pilar U Gartemendia David & Veronica Galajda Vitalii & Elena Godonoaga John & Iwona Gordon Ludi & Russ Grant Jia Xin Gu & Jian Min Kong Mayer Guerrero & Alejanra Bovju Daniel & Maria Guizzetti

Weitong Xu ‘11 and his father Xinyu Xu presented the School with a Han Dynasty Stone Relief rubbing that is now on display outside the University Counselling Office on the second floor of Dunlap Hall.

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William & Donna Allison Gordon & Jo-Anne Almadi Mohammed Alotaibi & Nabiha Alroogi Jan & Maria Andark Peter & Brigitte Anderson Mike & Claudia Anobile Ayokunnu Are & Emiko Yoshida J. Antonio Artigas R.C. ’83 & Ana Paula Pereznieto Kourosh Asgari & Margalit Gavrilov Brett & Sharon Ashton Jason & Kelly Atkins Henry Au & Angela Sun Bong Ki Baek & Seung Jin Han Stuart & Kate Bahen Keith Barber & Diane Purser Paul & Mary Barker Jeffrey & Annabel Begg Dan & Julie Bodony Lawrence ’66 & Yvonne Boland Brent & Ellen Bowlin George & Janice Brown David & Karen Brown Bruce & Lorraine Buchan Michael Byass & Modupe Tunde-Byass

Kwong Hung Carman Li & Sau Wan Li Zhihong & Guihua Lin Charles & Fong Lum Cheng Geng Luo & Hongzhuan Lu Keith Mackenzie & Janice Fischer Charles & Terri MacLean Andrew ’84 & Caroline Mahfood Geoffrey & Marnie Wraith Ronald & Annette McArthur Robert McGavin & Kerry Adams James & Catherine McIntosh Arnold & Jacqueline Buckley-McMillan Robert McMillan & Diane Groot Koerkamp Ted & Barbara McNab C. James McTavish ’74 & Karen Flavelle David ’82 & Sanysa Merkel

Jeffrey & Rose Ann Mitchell Salman Mohamed Bruce & Nancy Moody Edward & Deidra Murphy Hugo Najera & Ma Guadalupe Glez Jeffrey & Wendy Neiman Timothy & Ann O’Connor Samuel & Anne Ogbeide Engr & Greta Omene Teejin Ong & Cynthia Loke George & Wendy Palmieri Hee Kang Park & Soo Yeon Kim Junghyun Park & Jung Lim Lee Joon Seung Park & Eun Sook Youm Jong Hwan Park & Jung Eun Lee Alejandro Perez & Ana Emelia Tobias John & Andrea Pierson Xavier Pietrini & Paola Hirmas George & Liliana Polemidiotis

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Dongwoo Kim & Ji Me Ahn Pil Su Kim & Kyung Sun Jung Stephen & Pauline Kimmerer Jonathan & Catherine Knowles Diana Korn-Hassani Eric & Christine Kuo Paul & Ilia Ladouceur Patrick & Sondi Lance Agustin & Amaya Lanzagorta Ike Lat & Felisa Quimson-Lat Kam-Ting Lee & Mei-Yuk Tsang Sang Woong Lee & Young Hwa Choi Jong Sub Lee & Dong Ki Kim Minsang Lee & Hyejin Byun J. Rodger ’82 & Marion Leslie Shu-Hua Li & Po-Guang Chung

David Porter & Robin Harris Luc Poulin & Nathalie Lemay Yingdong Qiu & Ling He Gregory & Christine Reid Anthony & Mary Jo Romanin Elliott Romeril & Pamela Rolph-Romeril Michael ’85 & Sue Roy Michel & Mary Roy Yi Sen Ruan & Di Chen Dmytro & Natalia Salamatina Natalia & Dmytro Salamatin Alfonso Salem Slim & Christiane Hajj Abounrad Norman Sandham & Hilary Laidlaw Andre & Michelle Sauter Roy & Anna Pia Scaini Howard & Karen Seto Frank & Sandra Settino Rodney & Sandra

Sheridan Gregory & Anne Shields Clifford ’77 & Terra Sifton Derek ’85 & Sheila Sifton Michael ’79 & Julie Sifton Glenn & Lorie Sikura Roger Sinclair & Lisa Hutchison Georgios Sotiropoulos & Helen Michalakakou Michael Sovereign & Lori Appleton Paul Stanborough ’81 & Elizabeth Jarvis Scott & Judy Stirling Melissa Tackaberry James & Cindy Tam Nunzio Trocchia & Cheryl Glense Fai & Mei-Po Tse Calvin & Betty Tse George & Elizabeth Tsvetanov Andrew & Janine Turner Paul & Anat Van Eeden

Robert & Deborah Vangalen Stefan & Marni von Schalburg Ao Wang & Giu Aixia Hao Wang & Lihong Xu Min Wang Ben & Priscilla Wei Xinping Weng & Xiaojun Li William & Jane White Brian & Mary Whitelaw Michael & Margaret Sousa Witt Tony Wong & Gidget Lun Chee Tim & Siu Ki Wu Sheng Xu & Jia Qi Xiangen Xu & Xiuhua Shi Herman Yu & Joanna Chan Seung Yu & Hyung Yun-Ok Matthew & Andrea Yustin Kevin & Sally Zhang Huichun Zhang & Subo Li Claudio & Laurie Zulian

James & Kimberly Kay Peter ’56 & Susannah Ketchum Kim Kieller John ’41 & Jean Kilpatrick Donald & Suzanne Kopas William ’49 & Jean Lawrence George P. & Bonnie Ledson Sang Jun & Hyang Sook Lee Vernon & Gabriele Lee R. George E. & Dawn Leggett Fred ’54 & Donna Leslie S. Brian ’70 & Louise Levett Sylvain & Michelle Lord Scott & Ann Luther

Charles & Terri MacLean Jeff & Karen Patricia MacLeod James & Gladys MacPherson Jeanne Manchee Peter Mantrop & Jean McKague Thomas & Margot Marshall George & Nancy Martin Ian & Barbara McClelland James ’66 & Susan McClocklin Robert & Jean McCullough Patrick & Teresa McGrath Beth McKay Neil & Leslie McLean Roy ’50 & Ria McMurtry Edward & Maria Morgis

Joyce Mulock Thomas ’50 & Sandra Munn Donna Munro Sandy ’70 & Lynn Munro Thomas Murphy & Geri Smith John & Nancy Near Anthony & Rosemary Nichols Kenneth & Viola Nickerson Gerry & Nancy Noble Donald Oliver Gerald ’52 & Marilyn Omstead Leslie Omstead Maeve OmsteadJohnston & Bob Johnston J. Duncan & Kathy Oram

Past Parents Malcolm & Carolyn Archibald R. David ’60 & Pat Armstrong Brian ’61 & Heather Armstrong Ronald & Celia Armstrong Guy & Lydel Barton Todd & Shelley Beck Robert & Anne Bedard D. Bruce ’83 & Nicola Bicknell Robert ’54 & Soledad Bradshaw Derek & Margaret Brown Mark Bryce Khaled Ali Bugshan & Fatima Bugshan Peter ’73 & Vickie Calverley

Robert & Lucy Camargo John Cathers ’54 & Delia McLeod William ’79 & Susan Cathers Daniel Chicoine & Barbara Egli Gillian & Basil Clark Susan Comfort Barton Edward Crawford ’43 Ross & Roberta Creber Alan ’55 & Angela Cruickshank William & Elizabeth Daniell James L. & Alicia Rae Dennis Wilfrid ’57 & Brenda Dinnick M. Campbell ’45 & Dolly Dobbin

David Dunlap ’56 J. Stefan & Anne Dupre Michael & Jaime Elliot C. William D. & Karen Foster Chris & Barbara Fullerton Duncan Gordon Susan Hally James & Carmel Healey Mark & Cynthia Healy Jim & Gail Herder Thomas Hickey ’60 John ’57 & Jill Hill J. Fred & Doreen Hiltz R. Glenn & Carol Hoffman W. Farrell ’50 & Marguerite Hyde A. Derek & Bettyne Inglis G. Robert Jackson ’44 Robert ’67 & Chris Jones Henry & Cathy Kaptyn

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R. Thomas ’58 & Connie Orr Edward & Nanette Parent Gordon & Jennifer Pelosse John ’64 & Mary Ellen Pennal Robert & Ann Perrier David Pidduck & Bonnie Best Sam & Maria Pilieci Keith C. ’42 & Margaret Pilley

Gary & Carolyn Rabbior David Rea ’53 D. Gordon ’55 & Jane Robertson Donald Rogers ’59 Frank ’48 & Katherine Rolph John ’64 & Beverley Rook Joel Ross Maritta & John Rothwell Doug ’61 & Jane A. Rowan

William Shields ’40 E. James ’49 & Sally Shirley Eddy Si & Jocelyn Cochingyan Lee-Si William ’47 & Connie Skinner Bruce & Jackie Somerville Michael Sommerville ’62 George & Lynne Steeves Basil & Helen Stevenson Kenneth V. & Davetta Stock

Dan & Joanne Stock Richard & Nancy Stoneman Peter & Pat Stuart Jack & Julie Symmes Ian Tait ’73 & Catherine Tait Helen Thorne George & Judy Tripp G. Kingsley & Adele Ward Peter & Barrie Anne Williams David & June Williams

C. Kendall ’55 & Shirley Willoughby John & K. Lynne Wills Ron & Cynthia Wilson David ’49 & Terry Wilson Ian S. Wishart ’48 Philip & Betsy Wolfenden Barton Wong ’79 & Yau Wai Lee Andrew ’60 & Ingrid Wood

J. Michael P. ’56 & Suzanne Wood John & Sue Woodcock Malcolm ’70 & Christina Yule William & Rosita Yung

Danielle Richer Bruce Roffey Claudia Rose-Donahoe Michael D. Roy ’85 Steven D. Rush Salwa Saeed William S. Scoular Mark C. Service Gregory P. Shields Courtenay Shrimpton Kim Sillcox Natascia Stewart David D. Stewart Joanne Stock Stuart D. Swan

Melissa Tackaberry Amanda Thorne Sharen J.S. Turner John L. Walden ’71 John Walsh Nicholas J. Weedon ’02 Julie M. Wilson Rena Wiseman

Faculty and Staff Jane Bedard Randi Berman Trevor Biasi Carolyn Bilton Geoffrey P. Brennagh ’94 Ryan A. Bryce ’05 Mark R. Burton Michael Chadsey Sandi E. Chasson Edna J. Collins Fraser H. Cowell Sabrina D’Angelo David S. Dawson Nicholas E. Day

Michele Derwin Whitney Elliott Trena Evans Don Finlay David Galajda Gary Godkin Klaus Griese Teri Groves Len Gurr Michael J. Hanson Sue Hayter Scott W. Hayter Jamie R. Inglis ’91 David Joiner Marke Jones

David Josselyn Stephen L. Kimmerer Margaret Kirkby Bennett Kitagawa Sherrill D. Knight David Kyle Julie Lamb Scott Lewis Sean Ludwig James T. MacPherson ’99 Felisha Martin Brian D. McCue James McGillivray Kevin R. McHenry

Beth McKay Dolly Moffat-Lynch Wendy Muratoff Amir Naseem Claudio Numa Michael Paluch Tino Paolini Ann Perrier Robert S. Perrier Maria Pilieci Carrie Praught Terry Prezens Keith Ramon Melissa Ramon John Richardson

Former Faculty and Staff T. Michael Adamson ’44 R. Chris H. Allworth ’60 Marlene Ash Robert P. Bedard Paul E. Bedard ’79 Robert Costanzo Patricia M. Ham A. Dennis Hemmings Jim Herder ’64 Doreen Hiltz J. Fred Hiltz A. Derek U. Inglis Craig T. Kamcke James C. Mainprize Gayle Petri 48 Fall 2011

Lisa Picerno Sandra L. Scott William P. Skinner ’47 Geoffrey R. Smith Bruce Somerville Rebecca Staunton Ted Staunton Peter L. Stuart Howard S. Tetlock David J. Timms Gary B. West The Hiltz family was back on campus for the Reunion Dinner in September. Fred was Head of Physics from 1964-98 and Doreen was an ESL teacher from 1973-99. L-r: Greg ‘81, Kristy, Doug ‘86 and his wife Grace, Fred and Doreen.

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Les & Elaine Andrew Bill Attwell Gregory Aulenback Joyce Barrass Stephen Beatty Jalynn Bosley Harold Browne Paul & Shirley Bruer George & Martha Butterfield John David Cairns Xuan Chen The estate of John & Ruth Chisnell Ken Chitolie Marlene Clarke John Clarry Stephen Cooper Victor & Anne Cuff Michele Dodson Jan Doherty Leslie Ewing Sabina Feeley Tasha Ferraro & Hayato Sakurai Laura Fiore Irka Firchuk Daisy Fisher Anita Fluang Nadine Foerster

Jerry Jiang ‘11 sitting in his Great Hall Chair at the Grad Dinner in June.

Andrew Fogliato Anne Fortier

Lauren Gasewicz Elizabeth Gold

Abby Goldstein Mary Gray Robyn Hahn Bob & Shirley Hicks Laura Higgins Vivienne Hill Catherine Holbrook Dawn Holdinga Doug & Barbara Hooton Peter & Liz Howes Edith & Kohler Huskins Yan Fang Jiang Wendy Johnstone Anne-Marie Kee Jane Kelly Rick & Beverly Ker Pamela Kerr Benoit Eileen Kettlewell Daryl Kittell Mark & Shelley Kleene Mary Kowaltschuk Natsuko Kubori Walter & Christine Kudryk Joy Lawrence William ‘49 & Jean Lawrence Velma Leary George & Bonnie Ledson Sue-Ann Lewis

John Linseman & Jane Loewen Antonietta Lombardi Marie-Madeleine MacFarlane Lach & Audrey MacIntyre J. Mackay Emily Marrocco Joan Matthews-Khan Gail McIntyre Mike McKay Erin McLaughlin Sheila Milne W. F. Morneau Sr. Joyce Mulock Peter & Patricia Murphy Heather Naro Eva Nickel Edward Norfolk Gerald ’52 & Marilyn Omstead Ruth Patterson Marilyn Post Dan ’48 & Joan Poyntz Jenny Qi Sue Ranta Melinda Robertson Sidney P.H. Robinson

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Grandparents and Friends

Antonio Rodriguez Katherine Roffey Dampier Anthony Rolph Doug Ross Robert & Laureen Rutledge Jessie Schell Peter Seidler Alison Seidler & Gary Flynn J.L.G. Shelley Gladys Smith Debra Smith P.S. Sun Elisabeth Swail Marim Tobenstein Megumi Uede Deolinda Viana Carmela Vickers Reinhilde Walwyn Darrell & Paula Watt Jeff Weaver Rebecca Weir Richard Weston Alan & Mary Whicher Paul & Dianne Williams James & Mary Wood Lisa Young Eric Zhang

CORPORATIONS/FOUNDATIONS Brown’s Fine Food Services Inc. Cintas Corporation Cole Engineering Group Ltd. CSI LEASING DALTON Diamond Groundkeeping Services Ltd. Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Frank Cowan Company Limited G. A. Birkett Enterprises Inc.

Health Source Plus Hempen Jewellers Ltd. Innovative Surface Solutions Canada J.D. Strachan Construction Limited Bogdan Newman Caranci Inc. The Manchee Foundation Marsh Canada Limited Microsoft Matching Gifts Paliare Roland Rosenberg Rothstein LLP

Parkview Transit R. Howard Webster Foundation Scotiabank Smith, Sykes, Leeper & Tunstall LLP St. Andrew’s College Association TD Insurance Meloche Monnex Telus Communications Co. The Catherine & Maxwell Meighen Foundation

The Harold A. Kopas Family Foundation The Leslie Peter Foundation United Way of Greater Toronto United Way of the Lower Mainland Vancouver Foundation Vanden Bosche Jewelers

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Reflections of an Old Boy Dick Boxer ’35 In early February, my colleague, According to Mr. Boxer, some facEdna Collins, and I spent a delightulty and students chose not to make ful afternoon with Dick Boxer ’35 the move to Aurora, which would at his home in Toronto listening have meant relocating or becomto him reminisce about his time at ing a boarder. Instead, they went St. Andrew’s when the School was on to work at or attend the Elm located in Rosedale. Mr. Boxer was House School, founded by former seven years old when he attended St. Andrew’s teacher, the Rev. Robert St. Andrew’s in 1925–26. Today at Cecil Palmer. Mr. Boxer stayed in 93 years young, he has a mind like Toronto and attended Elm House, as Associate Director of Advancement Edna Collins a steel trap and harbours a great did some of his peers, including the and Dick Boxer ‘35 fondness for the School even though late brothers Erskine ’33 and Alan he attended for only one year. ’34 Eaton; Maurice Careless ’36, who went on to become a “I am a very old man – but one of the luckiest people you’ve distinguished author and professor of history at the University of ever laid eyes on because I spent one year at St. Andrew’s,” Toronto, and who was made an Officer of the Order of Canada recounts Mr. Boxer. in 1981. Dick also recalls Maurice’s late brother, Denis ’26, who He was part of the last student body to attend the School was a great hockey player at St. Andrew’s. while it was still located at the Rosedale Campus at Douglas “Rev. Palmer gave us a superb education – there were 49 boys Drive and Gregory Avenue in Toronto. Dr. Rev. Bruce Macdonand one girl (Mr. Palmer’s daughter),” Mr. Boxer recalls. The late ald was Headmaster and Mr. Tudball was Head of the Junior Peter Rea ‘35, another St. Andrew’s classmate who attended Elm School that year. Mr. Boxer recalled that the School had a riding House for a few years after the School moved north, eventually master at the time, Sid Bishop, who would bring around five or returned to St. Andrew’s and graduated in 1935. Mr. Boxer went six horses to some of the boys’ homes every morning so they on to graduate from the University of Toronto Schools (UTS). could ride to school. The horses were kept at the School’s stables Mr. Boxer has visited the Aurora location on many occasions, located at the north end of Gregory Avenue. typically in the spring to attend the annual Cadet Inspection. In 1926, the School moved north, a decision made by the In 2001, he was selected to be the Reviewing Officer. He has Headmaster and the Board of Governors based on the need warm memories of these visits, one in particular when he was for more space in a setting away from the perceived negative accompanied by his friend Jim O’Brien ’38. They were greeted influences of the city. by some Middle School students dressed in Number 1 (standard uniform of blue blazer, flannel pants) who approached them at the entrance to the School and offered to escort them to the Towers Library for a luncheon. For him, this simple gesture underscored the words of How will you be remembered? Mr. Jack Wright, Head of the Middle School from 1938–1964: There are many ways you may plan a gift for St. Andrew’s “Manners make a man.” He believes that St. Andrew’s needs College, including a life insurance policy; a bequest in your to continue on this path. “Parents either have the means to send will; a gift of securities or a gift in kind. The Advancement staff is happy to answer any questions you may have about intheir sons to St. Andrew’s or they must make huge sacrifices,” cluding St. Andrew’s College in your will. Gifts will be permaMr. Boxer said. nently recorded in your name for the purpose you designate, Either way, Mr. Boxer believes that it is not so much what such as scholarships and bursaries for deserving students. they do while they are here that matters. He agrees with Sir Think about how you wish to be remembered. Robert Falconer, the fifth president of the University of Toronto Contact Scott Hayter, Executive Director of (1907–1932), who on another academic occasion at UTS made Advancement, to begin a discussion. this remark, “It is what our graduates are doing 15 years after T: 905.727.3178 E: they graduate that counts.” KIM SILLCOX

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G. Kingsley Ward Retires from SAC Board King Ward has stepped down as Governor on St. Andrew’s College Board after 28 years of service to the School. St. Andrew’s has benefited from King’s unwavering leadership and dedication since he was elected to the role in 1983. With a wealth of knowledge acquired from his many accomplishments, including business leader, author and historian, he helped guide the School through many challenges and changes. In September, Board Chairman Michael Sifton ’79 recognized King for his loyalty, support and significant contributions to the School, noting that King never missed a board or committee meeting, played a pivotal role in all committee and leadership decisions, shared his honest opinion, and gave graciously of his time, money and experience. “It is with tremendous sadness, yet immense pride, that I get to salute

Thank you, King Ward for your years of service!

“I am extremely proud to have helped create St. Andrew’s as a top, worldclass school”

a great Canadian for all he has done for St. Andrew’s College.” King was born in Bathurst, N.B., and graduated from Queen’s University and later earned CA and FCA designations. He was awarded an honorary doctor of law degree (LLD) by his other alma mater, Mount Allison University, and was recognized as an honorary Colonel of the 2nd Battalion, Royal New Brunswick Regiment (North Shore). King believes in giving back and has an extensive record of community service. “I am extremely proud to have helped create St. Andrew’s as a top, world-class school,” remarked King shortly after his retirement. “What a pleasure it has been to see the results of our teachers’ and staff’s efforts in educating our young men.” King lives in Richmond Hill with his wife, Adele. They have a daughter Julie, and son, Kingsley ‘83.

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NEW APPOINTMENT: BOARD OF GOVERNORS John Dunlap ’88 operates Moffat Dunlap Real Estate Limited, a real estate brokerage specializing in the purchase and sale of country properties in the Greater Toronto Area and Georgian Bay islands. Previously, John worked for 10 years for The Boston Consulting Group in New York, Toronto and Paris. He currently serves as President and Chairman of the Board of the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, the world’s largest indoor agricultural exposition and equestrian competition. He is the past

John Dunlap ‘88

Chairman of the Governance Committee for the Southlake Regional Hospital Foundation and currently serves on the Board of Directors for Southlake Regional Hospital Foundation and the Pebble Hill Foundation. John holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a bachelor of commerce from Queen’s University. He and his wife Raphaela have three children and maintain farms outside Newmarket and in Georgia and Florida. The Andrean 51

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A Debt of Gratitude

For the last two years, Marcel Lessard has “I am grateful that I am now enjoying sucbeen quietly “paying back” the scholarship cess again and I am determined to pay back money that allowed his son Vinny ’09 to atthe portion the School covered as best I can,” tend St. Andrew’s College. explains Mr. Lessard. “I’ve been contributing Vinny, a boarding student from Montreal to SAC every year since my son graduated in was popular and hard-working, and he shone 2009 and will continue to do so until he earns as the goalie for the Varsity Hockey team. enough money to contribute himself.” Vinny is He went on to pursue his dream of playing now working for his father’s company and plans hockey, joining a BCHL team in Surrey, B.C. to take courses at McGill University next year. Marcel and Vinny ‘09 Lessard “I think it’s only natural to want to give back,” “My son entered the School a teenager and remarks Mr. Lessard. “After all, my son enjoyed the best two came out a young adult. He gained confidence and indepenyears of his young life at SAC.” Mr. Lessard says he was godence. The values he learned at SAC are part of him and have ing through some tough times when Vinny was offered the made him a better person. He is still in contact with many of chance to attend SAC and was not in a position to pay the full the friends he made,” explains Mr. Lessard. “This is my way of fee. He had just lost both of his parents within a year and was thanking the School that gave my son so much and allowing battling some financial setbacks. another deserving boy to benefit.” Cindy Veitch

NEWS FROM THE PARENTS GUILD The 39th annual Red & White Gala, Not An Ordinary Place, was held on Saturday, April 16 at the Terrace Banquet Hall in Vaughan. Close to 400 guests, including parents, board members, faculty and staff, and friends of SAC, enjoyed a wonderful dinner, danced to the popular sounds of the Nu-Rhythm Band, and bid on a vast selection of silent and live auction items. The heritage and tradition of St. Andrew’s College was evident throughout the evening. SAC students in their Number 1 dress welcomed guests to the event. Scenes from SAC past and present decorated the main reception area while touches of the SAC tartan and splashes of red beautifully complemented the elegant ballroom décor. Throughout the cocktail hour, guests tried their luck with games of chance while being serenaded by our own SAC students. Those guests who chose to try their luck for the beautiful diamond eternity necklace received a special limited edition vintage SAC Prefect pin as part of their purchase, a nostalgic memento befitting the theme. Guests were welcomed to dinner with the stirring sounds of the Pipes and Drums, always a favourite feature of the Gala. Before the competitive bidding began for the always-anticipated 52 Fall 2011

live auction packages, Headmaster Kevin McHenry welcomed the guests and made an exciting announcement about the Upper Fields project. True to the night’s theme, guests were overwhelmed by the support and generosity of all the volunteers, SAC staff and faculty, sponsors and donors who made this event a success-

ful fundraiser and friend-raiser. The Gala is the largest annual fundraiser for the Parents Guild, and this year raised in excess of $120,000. These funds ensure the SAC Parents Guild’s continuous support for scholarships, endowments, bursaries and grants in the future. We once again extend our warmest thanks and invite everyone to join us for the 2012 Red & White Gala, Field of Dreams, on April 21. DIANE PURSER, GALA CHAIR & ROBIN PORTER, GALA VICE-CHAIR

Annual Report 2011 - St. Andrew's College  

Annual Report 2011 - St. Andrew's College

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