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75 Years of Vision

The Lasting Gift of Southwestern Medical Foundation

Part I : 1939 to 1979


A Remarkable Barnraising Barnraising occurs when a community actively decides to come to the same place at the same time to help achieve a specific goal. The goal may be of direct interest to a subset of the community, such as raising a new barn for one individual, or it may be of interest to the entire community, such as a new school — or anything that helps raise the knowledge, creativity, commerce or level of care for that community. In the literal sense, it dates back to the construction of big barns in the 18th and 19th centuries in rural America. Because it’s nearly impossible for one person to raise a barn, a barnraising demands collaboration in a way that other activities do not. W illia m T. Solomon Chair of the 75t h A nniver s ar y Steer ing Commit tee Immediate Pas t Chair of Southwes ter n Me dical Foundation

One must first have a plan for the barn. One must then engage the community. Reach out, make friends and be able to bring those friends together – to lift some walls and pound some nails, and then rejoice and celebrate. Barnraising is about much more than the barn, it is about shared effort. It creates a sense of accomplishment, it boosts the spirit of collaboration and generates good will. Southwestern Medical Foundation has raised one heck of barn in UT Southwestern Medical Center. While the metaphor may give some pause, the spirit of what we did, how and why we did it, and the positive effects it has had on our community, now and for the future, has never been more apt. I am proud beyond measure in what we have accomplished together. As I reflect upon the last six years as Chairman, I want to personally thank the members of our community. I am humbled by their spirit, by their generosity, by their determination to join together and build something truly remarkable. To ensure the continued success of the Foundation, I am honored to pass the mantle of Chairman to someone as worthy as Bob Rowling. I have no doubt that his many talents will add to our great work and I look forward to seeing it come to pass. With the Foundation’s help, UT Southwestern will continue to grow, continue on its path toward excellence and continue to provide a world-class resource of medical research, education and outstanding patient care for our community as a whole, now and for generations to come. Let us take a moment to celebrate.


SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL FOUNDATION OFFICERS

T H E H E R I TA G E S O C I E T Y

Robert B. Rowling, Chairman J. Thomas Walter, Jr., Vice Chairman Donald W. Seldin, MD, VP – Medical Center Relations

Kathleen M. Gibson, President Brian Grosheider, VP – Finance Katy Sinor, Secretary

BOARD OF TRUSTEES John L. Adams Rafael M. Anchia Charlotte Jones Anderson Ralph W. Babb, Jr. Alice Bass Doris L. Bass Peter Beck Jill C. Bee Gil J. Besing Robert W. Best *Jan Hart Black Cecilia G. Boone Daniel H. Branch Diane Brierley Robert W. Brown, MD Stephen Butt W. Plack Carr, Jr. Jeffrey A. Chapman Nita P. Clark Rita C. Clements *Mary McDermott Cook *David R. Corrigan Harlan R. Crow *Robert H. Dedman, Jr. Joe DePinto Jennifer Eagle Timothy Eller Matrice Ellis-Kirk Sandra Street Estess Robert A. Estrada Roy Gene Evans Andersen Fisher Stewart Fitts Terry Flowers, PhD Kay Carter Fortson Alan D. Friedman Judy Gibbs Kathleen M. Gibson Joseph M. (Jody) Grant Satish Gupta Rolf R. Haberecht, PhD

Ronald W. Haddock Nancy S. Halbreich David C. Haley Kathryn W. Hall LaQuita C. Hall Paul W. Harris Linda W. Hart *Jeffrey M. Heller Julie Hersh David B. Holl T. Curtis Holmes, Jr. James R. Huffines Hunter L. Hunt Kay Bailey Hutchison Rex V. Jobe Eric Johnson Judith K. Johnson Robert L. Kaminski Robert W. Korba Harlan Korenvaes Peter A. Kraus Wright L. Lassiter, Jr., EdD Laurence H. Lebowitz Sarah Losinger Gloria Eulich Martindale William S. McIntyre, IV Pauline Medrano Howard M. Meyers David B. Miller J. Chris Miller, DDS Kay Y. Moran Jennifer T. Mosle Mike A. Myers Charles E. Nearburg Ray Nixon, Jr. James C. Oberwetter Teresa Parravano Carlos G. Peña Guillermo Perales T. Boone Pickens *Daniel K. Podolsky, MD

Richard R. Pollock Todd A. Pollock, MD Carolyn Perot Rathjen Michael S. Rawlings Kelly E. Roach Linda Robuck *Catherine M. Rose Matthew K. Rose William E. “Billy” Rosenthal *Lizzie Horchow Routman *Robert B. Rowling Stephen Sands Robert J. Schlegel George E. Seay Debbie Scripps George A. Shafer Honorable Florence Shapiro Cynthia S. Sherry, MD Karen L. Shuford Ted C. Skokos Nicole G. Small Emmitt J. Smith Richard W. Snyder, MD *William T. Solomon William S. Spears, PhD Catherine B. Taylor Richard K. Templeton Michelle Thomas *Jere W. Thompson, Jr. McHenry T. Tichenor, Jr. John C. Tolleson W. Kelvin Walker *J. Tom Walter Jim W. Walton, DO Carol West George W. Wharton, MD Kern Wildenthal, MD, PhD Martha S. Williams Kneeland C. Youngblood, MD * Executive Committee

HONORARY TRUSTEES Edward M. Ackerman Sara Melnick Albert Ruth Sharp Altshuler Barry Andrews Gilbert Aranza Marilyn H. Augur David W. Biegler Gene H. Bishop Albert C. Black, Jr. George W. Bramblett, Jr. Jean Ann Brock Stuart M. Bumpas Edward H. Cary, III Dan W. Cook, III Berry R. Cox Edwin R. Daniels Joe D. Denton Robert J. DiNicola Thomas M. Dunning Thomas J. Engibous Robert T. Enloe, III Jerry Farrington Robert I. Fernandez Lee Fikes David L. Florence Edwin S. Flores, PhD Robert S. Folsom Gerald J. Ford Gerald W. Fronterhouse Printice L. Gary William R. Goff Joseph M. Haggar, III Howard Hallam

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Charles M. Hansen, Jr. John P. Harbin Joe V. Hawn, Jr. Jess T. Hay Frederick B. Hegi Thomas O. Hicks Lyda Hill Laurence E. Hirsch James M. Hoak Sally S. Hoglund Keith W. Hughes Walter J. Humann Ray L. Hunt Philip R. Jonsson Darrell E. Jordan Dale V. Kesler Gary Kusin David M. Laney Thomas C. Leppert Irvin L. Levy John I. Levy Wendy A. Lopez Wales H. Madden, Jr. Ann E. Margolin Margaret McDermott John D. McStay Harvey R. Mitchell W. A. “Tex” Moncrief, Jr. Susan Byrne Montgomery Cipriano Munoz J. Fulton Murray, Jr. Joseph B. Neuhoff Jack Pew, Jr.

J. Blake Pogue Kathryn Priddy Caren H. Prothro Mary Stewart Ramsey Leonard M. Riggs, Jr., MD Jean W. Roach John L. Roach Pete Schenkel John Field Scovell Paul R. Seegers Carl Sewell, Jr. Lisa K. Simmons Roger T. Staubach Paul T. Stoffel Joanne H. Stroud, PhD A. Starke Taylor, Jr. J. Liener Temerlin Ellen C. Terry Gifford O. Touchstone Jim L. Turner Jack C. Vaughn, Jr. John J. Veatch, Jr. Kent Waldrep W. Ray Wallace Carolyn W. Walker Jimmy Westcott Laura L. Wheat Jon B. White Evelyn Whitman-Dunn Terry M. Wilson Donald Zale

Anonymous (16) Joyce T. Alban Mr. and Mrs. James R. Alexander George A. Atnip # Marilyn Augur* Paul M. Bass*# W. Robert Beavers, MD Drs. Paul R. and Rebecca B. Bergstresser Michael H. Bertino, MD* Josephine L. Biddle # Harvey Birsner, MD Jules Bohnn, MD* Beth Ann Borden Nancy L. Branch Carol A. Brown, MD* Cherie Brown Antonio J. Campdera* W. Plack Carr, Jr.* Dr. and Mrs. Anthony C. Chang Emogene B. Clardy # Mr. and Mrs.# Robert R. Click Phyllis M. Coit Frank Crawford, MD Dorothy R. Cullum* Kevin and Shari Curran, MD Edwin R. Daniels* Doris Russell Dealey*# Johann Deisenhofer, PhD Anne and Brian Dethrow Paula Barshop Donovitz Grant A. Dove # Joyce Allison Eberts and John P. Eberts, MD Mack M. Elliott # Gene and Charlotte Emery Pamela and Roy Gene Evans* Richard Ferguson Dave and Lori Folz Robert G. Freeman, MD # Gretchen and Gerald Fronterhouse Dr. and Mrs. Norman F. Gant Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Gavlick, Sr. Celia and Adi Gazdar David Ginn, MD* Mr.# and Mrs.# F.B. Pete Goldman* Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Graham L. Ruth Guy, PhD # Rolf and Ute Haberecht Nancy and Jeremy Halbreich Sydney # and Wallace Hall* Nancy B. Hamon*# John P. Harbin Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Harris* Joyce A. Hendrickson Helen B. and Arthur E. Hewett Mr.# and Mrs. Donald R. Hibbert* Lyda Hill J. Roger and Dorothy A. Hirl James M. Hoak Edmund M. Hoffman*# Mr. and Mrs.# S. Roger Horchow Drs. Susan Hotz and Michael Shiekh Dr. J. B. Howell # William C. Huber Keith and Cherie Hughes Lory Huitt-Masters Robert and Myra Hull Mrs. Morris I. Jaffe*# Berneice C. Johnson # Judith K. Johnson* Mrs. Robert S. Junger Judge James W. Kerr, Jr. Rollin W. and Mary Ella King # Christine Kumpuris # Carol Kyler Wright L. Lassiter, Jr.* Mr. and Mrs. John Ridings Lee Will and Liza Lee Willis C. Maddrey, MD and Ann Matt Maddrey, PhD Nelson L. Mauldin Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas May, Jr. James M.# and Rosalee # McConnell John and Melinda McConnell

Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH* Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. McCullough Carmen Crews McCracken McMillan Anne H. McNamara Ferd C. and Carole W. Meyer William R. and Anne E. Montgomery Kay Y. Moran Jeff and Karen Morris Barbara and Robert Munford Robert H. Munger# Louis Nardizzi, MD, PhD* Gerard Noteboom, MD # Rhea T. O’Connor*# Thomas F. O’Toole Mrs. Sam Papert, Jr.*# Thomas J. Parr, MD and Joannie Parr Selma L.# and I. Benjamin Parrill # Patricia M. Patterson* Billy Joe Pendley Kurt L. Plaut Shirley Pollock*# Doris E. Porter, PT Mrs. Ashley (Kathryn) Priddy John Proffitt, MD Muriel Rabiner W. Paul Radman, DDS Nancy Carol Reddick* Tom B. Rhodes* Frank Ribelin # Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Riggs, Jr. Jack D. Russell Mr. and Mrs. John Carl Rutledge Eleanor R. Salomon Stephen Raymond Salomon Hortense # and Morton Sanger# Lorraine Sulkin Schein # Dr.# and Mrs. John W. Schermerhorn Mr. and Mrs. William L. Schilling Hans J. Schnitzler F. Michael Schultz, MD* Bette Claire Schuttler# Sarah M.# and Charles E. Seay*# William D. Seybold, MD*# George and Shirley Shafer Doyle L. Sharp, MD*# Tom and Dorothy Shockley Mr. and Mrs. George A. (Tom) Shutt* John S. Smale, MD # Dr. and Mrs. Neal C. Small Ellen K. and Robert L. Solender*# William T. Solomon* Alayne W. Sprague Charles C. Sprague, MD*# Ronald G. Steinhart* Eleanor P. Stevens # S. C. Stewart, MD* Sally Seay Stout* Barbara C. and Robert P. Sypult Douglas H. Unger, MD* Claire Elaine Vial and Robert G. Vial Margaret Bright Vonder Hoya Irene Wadel # Carolyn W. and Thomas C. Walker Tim Wallace Jean and Tom Walter Mr.# and Mrs. Richard L. Walton Dr. Elgin W. and Karen G. Ware Dr. and Mrs. Clark Watts* Arthur G. Weinberg, MD Pauline Weinberger*# Mr. and Mrs. Dennis White Linda Poe White Evelyn Whitman-Dunn* Mr.# and Mrs. Lawrence E.Whitman* Florence L. and Frederic F. Wiedemann Dr. and Mrs. Kern Wildenthal Karol Lynn Wilson Terry M. Wilson* Mr.# and Mrs.# Ivor P. Wold * Charter Member # Deceased


contents

Cover Story

75 Years of Vision

Part 1: 1939 to 1979 4

A Medical Wilderness 1890 to 1939 Dallas’ struggle to establish a legitimate medical community becomes intertwined with the career of Dr. Edward Cary, whose unplanned return to Dallas and subsequent success, fostered the basis for a bold new direction in quality medical education.

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A Grand Vision 1939 to 1943 Dr. Cary secures a charter for Southwestern Medical Foundation with the support of philanthropist, Karl Hoblitzelle, and other community leaders. Both men share a grand vision to raise medical education in Dallas to compete with the best schools in the country.

Setting the Standards 1943 to 1949 Despite financial and other urgent realities created by World War II, the Foundation forms Southwestern Medical College. Facing enormous challenges, Dr. Cary, now president of the Foundation, is determined to set and maintain the highest standards of quality.

EDITOR Kim Brayton the BraytonGroup EDITORIAL / RESEARCH DIRECTOR Traci Beeson

Assuring the Future 1949 to 1954

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When The University of Texas System decides to authorize a second medical branch, the Foundation seizes the opportunity, gifting the assets of the medical college to the UT System. The school begins an amazing transformation under the guidance of Dr. Donald Seldin.

C R E AT I V E / D E S I G N D I RE CT OR Kim Brayton WRITERS Various authors and sources* Kim Brayton Donna Steph Hansard Randal Daugherty PHOTOGRAPHERS Archival resources David Gresham Steve Foxall

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Building Momentum 1955 to 1979

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The Foundation returns to its original vision: raising funds to advance medical education and scientific research to improve the quality of doctors and raise the quality of patient care. A mission that continues to unite a community into building something remarkable.

Features

* see page 84

Editorial comments and contributions are welcome. Send correspondence to: Southwestern Medical Foundation Reagan Place at Old Parkland 3963 Maple Avenue, Suite 100 Dallas, Texas 75219 info @ swmedical.org p 214-351- 6143 f 214-352-9874

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80 Recognition

78 What’s Next?

A review of the generous gifts and endowments made in 2013.

Photos from the Charles Cameron Sprague Awards dinner honoring the most recent winners.

New Foundation lecture series, “Leading the Conversation on Health,” kicks off in Old Parkland.

Every Issue

54 President’s Letter 82 In The News UT Southwestern medical students thank their benefactors, a homecoming for Ida M. Green Visiting Professor and the Foundation selects its 75th Anniversary Steering Committee.

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Turn of the century postcard of Main Street, downtown Dallas.

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n 1890, Dallas was a growing center of commerce for North Texas. The population had gone from roughly 400 people in 1850 to nearly 38,000. The city was

thriving, but its potential as a leading American city was far from understood. The medical care offered in Dallas was primitive. Science-based medicine was in its infancy. Dallas doctors had not yet accepted the germ theory of disease. Surgical hygiene and the sterilization of medical instruments were virtually nonexistent. The average life expectancy was just 47 years. Infections such as pneumonia, diarrhea, influenza and tuberculosis were leading causes of death. Yellow fever, scarlet fever and dengue fever were common. Patients with contagious diseases were isolated, often along with their families, in “pest houses” where they remained quarantined without care until they died or it could be shown they no longer had the illness. While qualified and notable doctors were practicing medicine in Dallas at the time, many more were poorly trained. Most received only basic training from small medical schools, which required only one to two years of study following three years of high school. Fake medical licenses were common. An MD degree could be conferred by return postage in exchange for a letter of intent and a fee of fifteen dollars. In fact, a stranger could come to town, say he was a doctor, register with a

While no photos of Dallas’ first “pest houses” exist, this early 1900s building also served to quarantine patients with contagious diseases.

health officer and be allowed to practice medicine. The majority of births and medical care – even surgeries – took place in the patient’s home. Surgeries were performed without the benefit of anesthesia. There were a few private, for-profit hospitals operated by doctors and one small, public City Hospital, which by most accounts was unsanitary, poorly equipped and “in every way unqualified for use as a hospital.” S O U T H W E S T E R N M E D I C A L P E R S P E C T I V E S . S P R I N G 2 014

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Against this background in 1890, a young man named Edward Cary came to Dallas at the age of eighteen. He quickly fell in love with the city — its busy streets, imposing houses and warm friendly people. Cary had come to work at his older brother’s dental, medical and hospital supply business, where he soon gained confidence as a salesman. But Edward Cary had dreams of becoming a doctor.

Bellevue Hospital Medical College was then considered the finest medical school in the United States.

During business trips, he saw medical schools in Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana, but he was determined to attend Bellevue Hospital Medical College in New York (now the NYU School of Medicine), at the time considered the finest medical school in the country. In May 1894, a new 100-bed hospital opened on a 17-acre, wooded site, which lay just outside the Dallas city limits at Oak Lawn and Maple avenues. It became the new “City Hospital,” and immediately and dramatically improved the quality of public hospital care in Dallas. It was named Parkland because it was built on land originally purchased for a city park. Cary left for New York in 1895. Bellevue’s department of ophthalmology had an outstanding reputation, and the medical specialty immediately attracted him. After graduating in 1898, he interned at the Eye Infirmary at Bellevue (famous at the time) where he was The original Parkland Hospital (top ) opened on May 19, 1894. The city of Dallas bought the hospital an ambulance for $500 that same year. However, the horse to pull it was not purchased until June 2, 1896 — at a cost of $100.

In 1898, the St. Paul Sanitarium opened on Bryan Street. It was state-of-the-art for its time with elevators, electric and gas lights, electric call bells, radiators, fireplaces and bathrooms with hot and cold running water.

properly fitted with glasses that corrected a troubling eye condition, something he had suffered from all his life. In Dallas, the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, a Society of Apostolic Life for women within the Catholic Church, honored an urgent request of area businessmen and physicians who determined that the

rapidly growing city was in need of additional hospital facilities. On June 15, 1898, the Daughters of Charity opened a 110-bed hospital, called the St. Paul Sanitarium (later renamed St. Paul Hospital in 1927). It was staffed by nine sisters and featured spacious wards, large private rooms and well-lit operating rooms equipped with fine surgical instruments. Like Parkland, its facilities were open to the public and Dallas physicians. Dallas’ first general medical school resulted from a call issued by Mayor Ben E. Cabell to bring the city’s “reputable” physicians together. The meeting quickly turned into one of harsh disagreements. Only 15 of the 55 physicians in attendance were in favor of forming a new medical school. The doctors who opposed it argued that there were already too many medical colleges in the country, that Dallas was not large 6

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18 9 8 Dr. Edward Cary ( standing with legs crossed at left ) watches a surgery performed in front of medical students at Bellevue Hospital in New York.

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MID 1901 Dr. Charles Rosser, dean of the new school, persuades Dr. Cary to serve on the volunteer faculty.

1902 -19 0 3 The “Annual Announcement� from the Medical Department of the University of Dallas, which lists a total of 34 alumni.

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A new medical school was formed called The University of Dallas Medical Department (even though there was no such thing as a University of Dallas at the time ).

While attending an American Medical Association convention, Dr. Cary hears AMA president predict that proprietary schools of medicine are not sustainable.

1902 Dr. Cary is appointed dean of The University of Dallas Medical Department.

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Dr. Cary makes an unexpected return to Dallas to care for his mother after his older brother dies. He sets up what he believes is a temporary ophthalmology practice.

The school becomes Baylor College of Medicine, Dr. Cary remains dean. Hospital affiliation is with Texas Baptist Memorial Sanitarium.

19 0 2 After fire destroyed the orignal building, the medical school was moved into this one, purchased by Dr. Cary, located on Ervay Street.

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enough to support such a college and that Dallas physicians were not capable of instructing medical students. Dr. Charles Rosser, who led the effort for the new school, answered, “May the Lord have mercy upon a sick man who must have at his bedside a doctor who cannot teach a student how to study.” On September 15, 1900, the new school filed for a charter with the Texas secretary of state as The University of Dallas Medical Department (even though there was not a University of Dallas at the time). On November 19, it opened in an abandoned synagogue across the street from what is now the Adolphus Hotel. The medical school was open only two months when infighting occurred — an echo of earlier disagreements — and Dr. Rosser emerged as dean. In 1900, the principal method of medical school education was by lecture. Dissection was rare. The only cadavers available were unclaimed bodies “snatched on the sly” before (or sometimes immediately after) burial in a pauper’s grave. But perhaps the largest obstacle in producing qualified physicians was the lack of a teaching hospital in which medical students could receive training. After considering the school’s request, Dallas municipal authorities agreed to allow the new medical school students to attend to patients at Parkland Hospital. Three times a week, they would travel by wagon across town for clinical practice and observation. The medical school’s first year was a modest success, primarily attracting transfer students from a medical school in Fort Worth and a few “doctors” who had previously been practicing in Dallas without a diploma. At graduation, 19 students received their diplomas. In 1901, Dr. Cary was making plans to settle in New York, considering an offer of professorship from the Polyclinic, a prestigious postgraduate medical school, when his life took an unexpected turn. His brother, Albert, had died, leaving their mother without someone to care for her in Dallas. So Cary returned to comfort her and settle his older brother’s affairs. Uncertain of how long he would need to stay, Cary established what he believed would be a temporary ophthalmology and otolaryngology practice. In no

Edward H. Cary, MD, was the first dean of both The University of Dallas Medical Department (1902 ) and Baylor College of Medicine (1903 ).

time, the ophthalmology side of his practice flourished — as the city had almost no qualified specialists. Dr. Rosser soon learned of Cary’s skill and successful practice, and asked him to teach at the new medical college. Dr. Cary was made professor of ophthalmology and otolaryngology. Six months after serving in the volunteer faculty, he was named dean. Dr. Cary proved himself to be a dynamic, energetic and tough leader. He divided the 120 students into four classes and quickly pruned less qualified students by imposing strict academic standards. At the end of his first year, The University of Dallas Medical Department awarded diplomas to 15 men. But by 1903, just four graduates received diplomas as Dr. Cary was determined to hold the school to the highest standards of medical education.

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Later that year, during an American Medical Association (AMA) convention in New Orleans, Dr. Cary listened as the AMA president predicted that within five years, no medical school without university affiliation could survive. Dr. Cary contacted Baylor University in Waco, and three weeks later the medical school had an affiliation contract with the university. In return, the medical school donated its property to Baylor. The school was reorganized, and Dr. Cary became dean of what was now Baylor College of Medicine. In 1905, the AMA Council on Medical Education was founded and began inspecting and grading U.S. medical schools. It quickly discovered most schools were so bad that it was reluctant to publish results. This prompted the Carnegie Foundation to conduct an independent investigation, which was led by Abraham Flexner. The “Flexner Report” was released in 1910. Flexner praised quality medical schools but reported “scandalous conditions” in inferior ones. Four medical schools were evaluated in Texas — two in Dallas, one in Fort Worth and one in Galveston. Only The University of Texas Medical Abraham Flexner released his infamous “Flexner Report” in 1910. Over 150 medical schools across the United States and Canada were critically, often brutally, reviewed.

Branch at Galveston was given high marks. The report emphasized that those schools “...whose total annual resources are below $10,000... [ have ] so small a sum that the endeavor to do anything substantial...is futile.” At the time, Baylor College of Medicine’s

annual income was $7,735 — all of it from tuition. Inadequate financing and a lack of philanthropic support would continue to plague the school. The faculty was often in turmoil, and medical research, because of the expense, was rare. That same year, the AMA Council lowered the school’s ranking to “B” — meaning it was no longer fully accredited. (It regained its “A” rating in 1916.) On March 18, 1913, the cornerstone for a new Parkland Hospital was laid on the same grounds as the original Parkland, and a gleaming brick building opened on February 1, 1914. It was the first brick hospital building to be built in the state and immediately became the most modern medical facility in the region. The renewed Parkland had an overwhelmingly positive effect on the quality and availability of medical care, and the hospital became a symbol of pride and hope for the future. In 1916, Cary organized the Greater Medical Center campaign of Dallas, which raised $500,000. He announced his goal was to make Dallas one of the seven great medical centers of the United States. On April 16, 1917, President Wilson declared war on Germany. As a result, doctors across the country were rapidly mobilized. At Baylor, a military hospital unit was quickly assembled and sent overseas. Dr. Cary, who was also president of the Texas Medical Association (TMA) at the time, wanted to volunteer, but President Samuel Palmer Brooks at Baylor University in Waco convinced him he was needed more at home. Dr. Cary took over responsibility for the organizing and training of the Baylor Medical Surgical Unit. 10


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1910 The “Flexner Report” is published.

A group of nurses, led by May Forster Smith, organized the Dallas Baby Camp, an open-air clinic on the lawn of Parkland Hospital. The nurses recognized that children received better care when it was focused only on them. Nurse Smith wasn’t satisfied with just a camp; she wrote her vision on a chalkboard: “Someday, the Dallas Baby Camp will be a great hospital. Watch us grow !” The camp was the precursor of what would become Children’s Medical Center.

1918 Baylor College of Medicine is now the sole surviving medical school in North Texas.

1910 Dr. Cary becomes president of the Dallas County Medical Society.

FEBRUARY 1, 1914 The second Parkland Hospital opened its doors. Doctors and nurses are shown on opening day. The hospital was hailed as “one of the best equipped institutions of its kind in the Southwest.”

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M A R C H 2 0 , 192 3 The 18-story Medical Arts Building opened in downtown Dallas. Conceived and built by Dr. Edward H. Cary, it was the tallest reinforced concrete structure in Texas and one of the first skyscrapers in the world devoted to medical offices. It had office space for over 300 physicians and dentists. It instantly became one of the centerpieces of the Dallas skyline.

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After WWI, the school’s clinical facilities were reorganized and the Texas Baptist Memorial Sanitarium became designated as its official teaching hospital. (The name was changed to Baylor Hospital in 1920 and to Baylor University Hospital in 1936.) Only medical school faculty and members of the sanitarium staff were permitted to practice there. While it continued to struggle, Baylor College of Medicine still fared better than other schools in the area. By 1918, it was the sole surviving medical school in North Texas. But the money needed to improve and expand the school remained a critical and unsolved issue. After years of struggle, personal investment and hard work, Dr. Cary stepped down as dean in 1920 to devote more time to his medical practice and pursue a bold, new business idea. By 1923, Dr. Cary had completed the first skyscraper in Dallas, the 18-story Medical Arts Building. The building was a revolutionary concept, containing over 300 physician’s offices, complete with a small hospital and operating rooms. The building received national publicity. As a result, Dr. Cary became a man of substantial financial means and acclaim. In 1932, Dr. Cary’s charisma, reputation and national visibility led him to election as president of the American Medical Association (AMA). While president, Dr. Cary traveled 100,000 miles across the U.S. gaining critical insights into the state of medical education in America, as well as seeing the financial challenges facing other medical institutions firsthand. By 1938, Baylor College of Medicine was in dire financial straits. There was little research conducted, instruction was primarily in the form of lectures and the school was again in danger of losing its Class “A” academic rating. Dr. Cary, however, was now more than ever dreaming about “a truly great Southwestern Medical Center,” which he knew could only develop through sustained philanthropic support.

Over the course of nearly 40 years, Dr. Cary had become an elder stateman of American medicine.

One last, bold attempt to raise $5 million to support medical research was launched, but the endowment failed to materialize, in large part because the country’s attention was being drawn to the escalating war in Europe. Elsewhere, Dr. Cary watched the continued growth of medical centers with strong philanthropic support, such as Johns Hopkins, the Cornell Center, Northwestern and the Mayo Foundation, that set new standards of excellence. The thought “Why not a great medical center in Dallas?” became firmly planted in his mind. After years of experience in nearly every facet of medical education and stepping onto the national stage to lead the discussion in key issues facing the growing healthcare industry, Dr. Cary was fully aware of the many challenges that such an effort would entail. At the turn of the century, a young doctor made an unexpected return to Dallas from New York, to set up a temporary medical practice. Nearly 40 years later, that same man, now an elder statesman of American medicine, would find the philanthropic and business leaders of the city he’d fallen in love with so many years before eager to help him turn his dream into a reality. S O U T H W E S T E R N M E D I C A L P E R S P E C T I V E S . S P R I N G 2 014

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J AN UAR Y 21, 19 3 9 The Texas Secretary of State authorizes the incorporation of Southwestern Medical Foundation.

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of facilities and clinics in the study of the causes, the prevention and the cure of diseases

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having established an agricultural research center, supported numerous educational initiatives and donated a sizable art collection to the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts. The Hoblitzelles’ financial success had arisen from the entertainment industry. In 1905, Karl Hoblitzelle, with his brother and others, founded the Interstate Amusement Company and opened vaudeville theaters in Dallas, Fort Worth, Waco and San Antonio as well as in Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas. When he was named president of the company the following year, Hoblitzelle insisted on booking acts suitable for the whole family to enjoy. Until then, the mention of vaudeville summoned images of smoke-filled saloons and chorus girls dancing the length of the bar.

Karl Hoblitzelle, circa 1910

In 1920, he married Esther Thomas, a musical comedy star, who had performed on Broadway under the name Esther Walker. The couple quickly became a part of Dallas’ social, civic and cultural circles. Hoblitzelle hired famous architects to design magnificent theatres that seated thousands. When interest in vaudeville dwindled in the 1930s, Hoblitzelle built “motion picture” theaters with air-conditioning and the latest technical advances in sound. The Majestic Theatre opened its doors on April 21, 1921 as a vaudeville theatre. It was built by Hoblitzelle and designed by John Eberson, one of the foremost designers of early 20th Century theatres.

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When Dr. Cary approached Karl Hoblitzelle with his vision of advancing medical education and scientific research in the Southwest, Hoblitzelle embraced the idea at once. On January 21, 1939, Dr. Cary — joined by Hoblitzelle, E. R. Brown and Dr. Hall Shannon — obtained a charter for the operation of Southwestern Medical Foundation. The charter was far-sighted, giving the Foundation the flexibility to own and operate a medical school. At a Foundation dinner held two days later at the Adolphus Hotel, it was agreed that the new medical center should belong to the entire Southwest. Further, that the center should “perpetuate medical education and scientific research in an assured nonsectarian environment.” Notable charitable foundations such as the Carnegie and Rockefeller Foundations had made it their policy not to contribute to religiously affiliated organizations, and the men estimated that as much as $25 million would need to be raised. Both Dr. Cary and Karl Hoblitzelle had a tremendous gift for inspiring others and used their influence to call the Dallas philanthropic community to action. Each man wrote eloquently and produced dozens of letters and articles, and

“...this is but the seed

of a visionary ideal. From it, in time, will spring the steel, concrete

and stone of a great city of mercy where

spoke with great passion regarding the Foundation’s noble mission and the role that “a great medical center” would play in the care of all Dallas citizens. While both men contributed financially to the Foundation,

haven may be found by all.”

the early records of the organization reflect that Hoblitzelle

(and later, the Hoblitzelle Foundation) made repeated gifts

Karl Hoblitzelle

Upon signing the charter

of $5,000 and $10,000 in order to help keep the Foundation on its feet. During this period, Dr. Cary commanded the national

health care stage. In 1939, he helped found the National Physicians Committee, which opposed the idea of a national health insurance. Dr. Cary strongly supported group hospitalization (a precursor to what eventually became health insurance like Blue Cross Blue Shield) as the smarter alternative — believing that federal or state bureaucracy was a means of political control that ultimately would not be in the best interest of the people, the quality of medical care or the medical profession itself. He testified before Congress as one of the country’s leading experts on the subject. It was said at the time that no man fought harder to see that the ethics of the medical profession were maintained. By June 1940, half a world away, Hitler had taken over France. In Washington, Congress approved the first peacetime draft in American history. In Dallas, in August 1940, a telegram was sent to Baylor College of Medicine by U.S. Surgeon General James C. Magee requesting that the college organize a medical unit for the army to be composed of hospital staff, medical school faculty and alumni. A month later, London was bombed for 57 consecutive nights. On a Sunday morning, December 7, 1941, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. The next day President Roosevelt called for a declaration of war. Three days later, Japan, Germany and Italy declared war on the United States. 16


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Understanding the financial challenge before him, Dr. Cary invites the Director of Medical Service for the Rockefeller Foundation to speak before a large group of Dallas doctors and businessmen.

“It is time for people to realize

that medical research is not adequately supported. The function of a foundation is to work in

the modern time in the expanding field of research.�

Alan Gregg, MD Rockefeller Foundation

D E C E M B E R 7, 19 41 As the country is suddenly drawn into the second World War, the energies and resources of a nation are turned elsewhere.

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Rendering by then prominent Dallas architectural firm LaRoche & Dahl.

M A R C H 11, 194 2 “Plans for a great medical center on a 35-acre tract along Harry Hines Boulevard and including Parkland Hospital grounds were announced by Southwestern Medical Foundation through its president, Dr. E. H. Cary. The proposed medical center would rank with the finest in the nation. Buildings planned for the center and necessary equipment will cost from $1,000,000 for the start and run up to $25,000,000 when completed. Baylor University College of Medicine has been offered the opportunity of sponsoring the medical school. Negotiations have been underway for six months with the Baylor Trustees for participation in the project.� Excerpt from The Dallas Morning News

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“It is especially remarkable that so much of what was imagined

72 years ago has come to pass: A sprawling medical campus designed for research, education and clinical care. It all started with a vision. Vision matters.”

Daniel K. Podolsky, M D

President, UT Southwestern

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ut decades of dreams — dreams that Dr. Cary knew would benefit humanity — weren’t about to be put on hold.

For months he’d been working closely with leading Dallas architects to render a master plan for a medical center on land adjacent to Parkland Hospital. At the same time, the Foundation had begun to push toward an agreement with Baylor University for the joint operation of Baylor College of Medicine. On March 8, 1942, Dr. Cary revealed his vision to the public for a sprawling medical center that would be spread across a 35-acre tract of land on Harry Hines Boulevard. The centerpiece of the vision, a new medical school, would be named Southwestern Medical College. Baylor College of Medicine was offered a detailed proposal to become an integral part of the new center, which was approved by the Board of Trustees at Baylor in Waco on June 23, 1942. But Dr. Walter H. Moursund, Dean of Baylor College of Medicine in Dallas, had growing concerns. Under the proposed plan, Baylor and the Foundation would share operational roles — Baylor would direct education and academics while the Foundation would handle physical operations — ownership of the buildings constructed by the Foundation would remain with the Foundation. In exchange for financial support and the land to expand, Baylor College of Medicine would be asked to drop its affiliation with Baylor University Hospital and realign with Parkland. As these issues and others were considered, the agreement was canceled on April 27, 1943. It was immediately announced that the medical school would relocate to Houston, having accepted a proposal offered by the MD Anderson Foundation and other Houston benefactors. In May, the last Dallas class of Baylor College of Medicine received their diplomas. As the graduation ceremony ended, the challenge to assemble an exemplary medical school landed squarely at Dr. Cary and the Foundation’s feet. Dr. Davis Spangler, president of the Dallas County Medical Society (DCMS), stepped forward to pledge his organization’s full support of Dr. Cary’s bold vision — an important early endorsement that rallied hundreds of physicians and dentists to the cause. Still, it would have been an enormous undertaking to pull together in a year, or even two. To do so in a few short months would take a miracle. S O U T H W E S T E R N M E D I C A L P E R S P E C T I V E S . S P R I N G 2 014

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The official seal of the new medical school.

MAY 5, 1943 Southwestern Medical College is officially established by Southwestern Medical Foundation.

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Medical Foundation announced on May 5, 1943, the founding of a new medical school. The immediate and overwhelming demands of the task before them swept aside discussions of Baylor’s departure. The to-do list of the Foundation was daunting. A sizable endowment campaign needed to be organized and launched. Land needed to be purchased. A formal agreement with Parkland Hospital needed to be made. Existing faculty needed to be paid. Somewhere in Dallas, a building had to be found to house the school. Returning and new student applications needed to be

In 1943, Dallas began war rationing. Over 350,000 ration books were distributed.

processed. Scarce scientific and medical equipment needed to be found and purchased. A medical library needed to be stocked. Construction of new facilities needed to begin. A means of recognition to help inspire young doctors to excellence was needed. The new school needed accreditation. And in the time that remained, additional faculty of the highest caliber would need to be recruited. What followed was nothing short of extraordinary. On June 3, 1943, a drive for a $1.5 million endowment began — $1 million for buildings and $500,000 for operating expenses. Three members of the Foundation’s Board of Trustees, accepted the challenge of the fundraising effort: Fred F. Florence of Republic National Bank, Ernest R. Tennant of Dallas National Bank and Robert L. Thornton of Mercantile National Bank. Mayor Woodall Rogers stepped up to advance the cause at a Founder’s Day dinner. “We are standing on the threshold of the greatest period of endeavor Dallas has ever seen,” he said. “This is the greatest investment in human welfare that a forward-looking city could make.” S O U T H W E S T E R N M E D I C A L P E R S P E C T I V E S . S P R I N G 2 014

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Many, including some of the city’s most notable civic and business leaders, pledged their financial support. The Chamber of Commerce and the Citizens Council announced their commitment to raise $100,000 annually for ten years to help defray operating expenses until the school had acquired sufficient endowment income. The community pulled together, and the $1.5 million goal was exceeded by $200,000. With the benefit of such support, the Foundation acquired 26 acres of land on Oak Lawn Avenue adjacent to Parkland Hospital. Proximity was critical as Parkland had established itself as Dallas’ most prestigious hospital. Additionally, a 25-year contract was negotiated with the city and county of Dallas to provide medical services for Parkland Hospital patients in return for using its clinical facilities for teaching. There was a full-time faculty of 18, including the dean, who needed to be paid. These

”Faculty and staff members were sent all over the country to try to

find necessary scientific equipment. Funds, supplies, books and equipment were

donated by individuals, business firms, clubs, industrial concerns and hospitals.”

and other immediate operational needs couldn’t wait for endowment income to materialize, so Hoblitzelle and Dr. Cary each put up $100,000 to fund the Foundation. A building suitable for laboratories and lectures was desperately needed until a permanent building could be built. The Foundation was given permission to use Alex

Catherine Schultz

W. Spence Junior High School, a building the Dallas School

Office of the Dean

District had recently shut down as unsuitable for use. Nearly $100,000 worth of scarce scientific equipment

would be hunted down and purchased from across the country. The 277 student applications submitted for admission to the college’s first semester were processed, and classes were organized. In July, Dallas’ alumni of Baylor College of Medicine donated thousands of medical volumes to begin to fill the school’s medical library. Local physicians and the library of the Dallas County Medical Office gave as well. Later during the school year, $15,000 would be spent to expand the necessary reading and teaching materials. To communicate the highest expectations the Foundation had for its students, an annual award was initiated to recognize those young doctors who best exemplified the special qualities found in the greatest physicians — knowledge, understanding and compassion. It was called the Ho Din award — Ho Din being a Greek acronym representing “the spirit of medical wisdom.” Over the years, many prominent physicians went on to receive the prestigious award, including Drs. Charles Sprague, future Nobel Laureate Joseph Goldstein and Charles James Carrico to name only a few. On July 1, 1943, Southwestern Medical College began in earnest to make doctors The Ho Din Award was started by the Foundation in 1943 and has been awarded every year since its inception.

out of bright young men and women. That day Dr. Cary addressed the 277 students telling them, ”This is an historic occasion, the beginning of something truly worthwhile for Dallas and the Southwest. It is the fruition of 40 years of effort by the best and highest- minded medical men in Dallas. Medicine belongs to all the people. That is the goal of this Foundation.”

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“Gentlemen, we have succeeded.

Southwestern Medical College is now a reality. All that remains is to make the school the finest in the country, and that job is up to all of us.�

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O C TOB E R 194 4 The last of the plywood barracks were completed.

1943 vs Today Total Students

Full-time Faculty

Annual Budget

Total Sq Ft

Nobel Laureates

NAS* Members

4,600

2,100

$1.86 B

7.7 M

6

21

20 0

17

$200,000

25,000

0

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At first blush, the possibilities for new construction seemed nonexistent. The country was at war. Building materials were impossible to come by — nearly everything was rationed. Skilled labor was scarce. Without receiving priority certificates to secure building materials, moving forward could not occur. But the reality of wartime meant the armed forces needed doctors. As the war continued, the need increased. There was also an acknowledgment that new doctors would not only care for the sick and wounded on battlefronts halfway around the world, but maintain and protect the health of the home front’s growing population. It proved serendipitous that Dallas was the base of operations for the military’s Eighth Service Command. The Foundation realized it had a simple case to make. The military needed doctors, and the new medical school was in a position to turn out some of the best. General Walton H. Walters found the arguments persuasive. Col. Bradley Colley, chief of surgery for the Eighth Service Command, agreed to build prefabricated plywood barracks to house the school. On July 16, 1943, authorization and top priority were given to buy required materials and begin construction of nearly 30,000 square feet of buildings. On September 27, 1943, the first classes were held in the first of the newly completed barracks. Every surface was made of ¾-inch plywood — floors, ceilings, walls and roofs. The buildings were not air-conditioned. Windows would stick. Heating was inadequate. And the roof would leak. But while the architecture was best described as “henhouse classic,” it was home. They were quickly dubbed “The Shacks.” As the barracks neared completion, the medical school needed accreditation, a task Dr. Cary was uniquely suited for, having served as president of the AMA. Accreditation was given on December 15, 1943. The speed of the acceptance was unprecedented. Southwestern Medical College became the nation’s 68th medical school and likely the first to begin operations with an “A” rating — putting it on par with the oldest and best medical institutions in North America. To preserve the quality of education, the Foundation determined that a maximum of 64 new students would be admitted each year, ensuring time for individual instruction in clinical subjects. “They will learn from the outstanding physicians and surgeons of Dallas, who serve on the clinical faculty…that a sick person presents not merely a scientific question, but a problem of human values that involves the aspirations and frustrations of an individual,” Dr. Cary said.

The reality of wartime meant the armed forces needed skilled doctors. As the war continued the need had increased. For the first few years of the new medical school’s operation, all male students were required to be in the military.

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Dr. Cary’s vision was to find men and women who excelled in medical education as well as medical research. What is remarkable is that within the next 12 months, the Foundation successfully recruited a prestigious faculty, enviable of more established medical campuses. The long list included Dr. Tinsley R. Harrison, a pre-eminent physician in Internal Medicine, who was also made dean of faculty, Dr. William L. Mengert, Dr. Gladys Fashena, Dr. Arthur Grollman and Dr. Morton F. Mason. Throughout the first year of operation, research done by these and many other physicians, supported by grants from the Foundation, began producing outstanding results — many of which were published in the foremost scientific journals in the country. Notably, Dr. Harrison’s work in the field of hypertension had already won him worldwide acclaim and Dr. Fashena had made great strides in combating Dr. Tinsley R. Harrison was the original editor-in-chief of the medical textbook “Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine.” It was first published in 1950 – and is currently in its 18th edition.

rheumatic fever, a devastating disease that at the time ranked as one of the chief causes of death in school-age children in Texas. Dr. Fashena, in later years, would comment that she had never been associated with a medical school in which morale was so high. On March 20, 1944, just nine months after opening, Southwestern Medical

College graduated 61 seniors — 38 young men were commissioned first lieutenants in the medical corps of the Army, and 15 took their oath of office as medical officers in the Navy. In a review of its first year of operations, the Foundation’s annual report ended with this: “Contributions to the science of medicine through research have been recorded in the work completed by patient investigators, fired by a humanitarian zeal that is represented by the idealistic vision of the Foundation. For knowledge, for science, for the people – surely, this is worthwhile.” In 1945, when it was determined that the financial needs of the day-to-day operations of the school were exceeding the Foundation’s projections, Fred Lange, the Foundation’s Managing Director, was asked to lead a fundraising drive. “Outstanding scientists and medical educators must be assured of a permanent, growing institution,” Dr. Cary said. Lange was aided by Karl Hoblitzelle who sent letters to Dallas business organizations asking that the medical center be designated as the top civic activity of the year. “This beginning is but the seed of a tremendous idea and a visionary ideal,” he wrote. “From it, in time, will spring the steel, concrete and stone of a great city of mercy, where haven may be found by all, the rich and the poor alike.” Lange’s efforts were so successful that by September 1945, the Foundation had pledges for $1.3 million and other income totaling $260,000 per year. To their credit, many practicing Dallas physicians participated generously in the drive and, overall, nearly 2,000 individuals were inspired to contribute to the fund. During the remainder of 1945, the Foundation saw gifts of $100,000 come from 26


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“The Hoblitzelle donation ensured a world

of possibilities. Without its happening when it did, I seriously doubt that UT Southwestern would be the institution that is today.”

William T. Solomon Chairman, Southwestern Medical Foundation, for six years

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T. E. Braniff for use in the construction of clinical laboratories ( which was added to the $1 million building fund raised in 1943), and the Hoblitzelle Foundation donated $125,000 to purchase 62 acres on Harry Hines Boulevard, adjacent to the proposed site of a new Parkland Hospital. The land was given as a memorial tribute to Hoblitzelle’s late wife, Esther, who had died of cancer in 1943 at the age of 48. For the Foundation, it was a farsighted acquisition in that it connected with a tract of land where the new Parkland Hospital was proposed and assured that the new medical center would have room to grow into its future. By 1946, physicians returning from war could not return to their same postions since Baylor had relocated. The major reason these rearrangments did not produce more antagonism was because Millard Heath, Dallas County Medical Society director, “effectively neutralized with tact and courtesy the divisions within the medical community.” Fortunately the need for doctors was growing, as the population of Dallas was now approaching 400,000. As more veterans returned, the need for a new Veteran’s Administration Hospital to provide care for injured soldiers and veterans became clear. In 1947, a new VA hospital seemed on the verge of breaking ground near the medical center campus. Bonds for the nearly $7 million hospital had been launched. That same year, the Foundation provided $306,000 for medical school operations and an additional $75,000 for research. Rae Skillern had donated $100,000 for a student center. It was announced that construction would soon start on a $2 million building for the medical school, the basic sciences building, its first permanent structure. As the vision of the new medical center began to materialize, interest in the school took off. Student applications exceeded 600 for the 64 spaces available. The faculty had grown to 35 full-time members and more than 350 part-time members of the clinical faculty – physicians who had their own medical practices but volunteered to teach part time without pay. An article in the Dallas Times Herald in May 1948 praised Southwestern Medical College’s faculty as some of the “best reserves of teachers in medical science in the nation.” The medical school had become a shining example of a community coming together for the betterment of everyone. But suddenly, in the midst of such success, progress slowed to a crawl. Architectural plans for the new Parkland Hospital entered a cycle of revisions. Plans for moving forward with the new Veteran’s Hospital were delayed by budget concerns. A long period of waiting began. The Foundation Board decided that construction for its medical school should wait until these issues were resolved, which meant that visible progress came to a halt. At the same time, the cost per student was rising logarithmically as new technologies were applied to medical instrumentation. It was becoming apparent that the Foundation would be hard pressed to acquire the endowment required for the kind of medical center that Dr. Cary had imagined. As the Flexner Report had suggested almost 40 years earlier and as Dr. Cary well knew from decades of experience, in order to secure its future, the medical school would need to be absorbed by a well-funded university. S O U T H W E S T E R N M E D I C A L P E R S P E C T I V E S . S P R I N G 2 014

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SEPTEMBER 18 , 1949 Dr. Cary signs over ownership of land, buildings, equipment, library and grants valued at $1.43 million to The University of Texas System.

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University and Southern Methodist University. But both were struggling to meet their budgets. There remained a single, but remote possibility – The University of Texas in Austin. Remote because before any such affiliation could be considered, The University of Texas System Board of Regents would first have to submit a request to the state legislature to create a bill authorizing support of a second medical school — the first being The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, which was established in 1891. In May 1949, however, such a bill was passed. It was announced that the location of the new medical school would follow a review and the recommendation of the House of Delegates of the Texas Medical Association (TMA). Southwestern Medical Foundation was well-prepared for the opportunity. After the initial review, El Paso, Dallas, San Antonio and Temple remained.

The University of Texas in Austin campus in the early 1950s.

The Foundation’s final presentation was brief and to the point. It detailed a faculty already in place, a student body at work, laboratories in use, ground-breaking research underway and the transfer of nearly $1.5 million in assets held by the Foundation, including an impressive tract of land on Harry Hines Boulevard, giving the school room to expand. Some say that behind-the-scenes maneuvering combined with skillful lobbying of the Texas Legislature helped the Foundation’s cause, but in any event, the delegate vote was 79 to 54 in favor of Dallas, which the UT System Board of Regents unanimously accepted. The Foundation completed the donation of land and facilities, certain restricted funds and equipment to the UT System on September 18, 1949, and the newly named Southwestern Medical School of The University of Texas began operations. The Foundation retained monetary assets, wills and similar contributions, to continue operations and fulfill its original mission. S O U T H W E S T E R N M E D I C A L P E R S P E C T I V E S . S P R I N G 2 014

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Dallas medical students rejoiced as their tuition was reduced by 80 percent. But beyond that, the benefits of joining the UT System would take several years to materialize. Technically, the medical school was a statutory branch of the UT System, not a constitutional branch, which meant the school faced the hazard of approaching the legislature for all appropriations. Through 1950, medical school and Foundation efforts to convince the legislature to appropriate money for new construction were denied. To make matters worse, The University of Texas System limited state support to the salary scale of its main university, which set $9,600 as the ceiling for a full professor. In order to attract a quality faculty, there was no doubt that medical school salaries would need to be supplemented. Fortunately, whenever the Foundation was presented with the need for such supplemental funds on no occasion did they fail to provide The new sign reads: Southwestern Medical School of The University of Texas. More tangible physical benefits of joining the UT System would take years to materialize.

assistance. Without their support, the task of filling major faculty vacancies — difficult enough on its own — would have been impossible. Near the end of 1950, a single phone call made to a young doctor at Yale would soon bring the school’s Department of Internal Medicine great acclaim. In January 1951, Donald Seldin came to Dallas at the urging of Charles Burnett, himself a Harvard-trained endocrinologist and the medical school’s new Chairman of the Department of Internal Medicine. Seldin was a promising researcher in kidney disease at Yale. Burnett told him that he could start his own nephrology program in Dallas. Dr. Seldin was 31, and nowhere in the traditional medical schools in the East could he have been given such an opportunity. “At Yale, there were so many first-rate faculty members crowded into one section of the department that the chances of my setting up a program of my own or advancing along academic lines were very slim.” Seldin agreed to take the position even though he had never been to Dallas. Though cautioned by his peers, he was highly intrigued with the possibilities.

Yale School of Medicine at about the time Dr. Seldin left for Dallas. Not a shack in sight.

He drove his wife and infant daughter to Texas from Connecticut. When he got to the corner of Maple and Oak Lawn, he pulled into a filling station and asked the attendant how to get to the medical school. The attendant gestured in the

direction of a railroad overpass. Seldin followed the man’s instructions but found nothing but ramshackle military barracks and a lone, dilapidated brick building. He returned to the filling station and told the attendant what he’d seen. “That’s it,” the attendant said. “That’s the medical school.” “It was a hell of a place,” Dr. Seldin would tell people later. Seen from a fresh perspective, the shacks more than deserved their moniker. Since their completion, water leaks had softened the bond that held the layers of plywood laminate together. The buildings leaned, pushed by the wind. There were holes in the floors that exposed the bare dirt foundation. When it got too cold, experiments had to be canceled or rescheduled because the lab equipment would freeze. Every now and then, a laboratory 32


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“To take a historical perspective... Seldin is one

of the two most impactful figures in the history of modern medicine.”

Eugene Braunwald, MD Faculty Dean, Harvard Medical School

“An exceptionalist in academic medicine like Babe Ruth was an exceptionalist in baseball, Leonard Bernstein in music and Steve Jobs in computer technology.”

Joseph Goldstein, MD Former Seldin student, awarded Nobel Prize in 1985

“The people that Don Seldin attracted and persuaded to stay became the heart and soul of the institution.”

Kern Wildenthal, MD, PhD President Emeritus, UT Southwestern

“He’s the most remarkable man I’ve ever met.”

L. David Hillis, MD UT Health Science Center at San Antonio

plywood barracks

railroad tracks

“Our lecture room at the end of one wing was about 20 feet

from the railroad track. When a slow-moving freight train went by, as it did regularly, the speaker had to pause for several minutes.”

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instrument or a chair leg would punch its way through the floor. There was, in fact, little to sustain Seldin’s initial enthusiasm. Construction of the new medical school showed no signs of materializing, and plans for a new Parkland Hospital languished. To make matters worse, in April 1951, Burnett told Seldin that he was considering an offer in North Carolina. A few months later, he left, leaving Dr. Seldin as the only remaining member of the Department of Internal Medicine. As 1951 continued, momentum slowed further. Movement on a new Parkland Hospital remained in limbo. And planning and budget issues continued to confound further development of the VA hospital. Toward the end of 1951, Texas Governor Allan Shivers led a delegation from Austin to Dallas to see for himself whether the legislature should appropriate funds for the construction of permanent buildings for the medical school. A former member of the Department of Pathology recalls: “Students, fellows and faculty were lined up in the shacks to welcome the governor and his entourage. The governor walked in through the back of one the long shacks and as he got halfway down the edifice, a window simply dropped out of the wall. The governor continued walking and another hundred feet later, one of his feet went through the floor. We knew from the look on his face that he was going to help us.” Over the next few months, the Chairman of Pediatrics left for Rochester, the Chairman of Surgery (and dean) left for Washington University in St. Louis and the Chairman of Obstetrics and Gynecology left for the University of Illinois. By the end of 1951, not a single full-time chairman remained in any clinical department. Despite his ambition and initial engagement, the situation gave Seldin pause. He considered his options: he’d received an offer to return to Yale, another to join Burnett in North Carolina and yet another was in the works from Harvard.

The shacks did not age gracefully. In fact, years after they were torn down, many believed that the shacks were recycled army barracks left over from World War I.

Or he could stay. Dr. Seldin was offered the chairmanship of Internal Medicine, but declined. Construction of new Parkland Hospital was barely being discussed. The medical school was housed in deteriorating shacks. The school had no dean, since Carl Moyer, who was also chairman of surgery, had left for St. Louis. To Seldin’s surprise, these issues suddenly resolved themselves. Dr. George Aagaard, a man whom he much admired, was appointed the new dean. Governor Shivers, at a special session of the legislature, released funding for the medical school’s first building. And the county appropriated money through a bond issue to begin construction on a new Parkland Hospital. Encouraged, Seldin chose to stay. He was made the acting chairman of the Department of Internal Medicine. A year later the appointment became permanent. Seldin saw the medical school as an unspoiled opportunity, a place not yet molded by East Coast tradition and convention. In his time at the school, he had also witnessed that S O U T H W E S T E R N M E D I C A L P E R S P E C T I V E S . S P R I N G 2 014

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Dallas had no shortage of bright and motivated medical students. Just as Dr. Cary provided the original vision for a great medical center in Dallas, Dr. Seldin came to embody its enthusiasm, style and philosophy. He would go on to become recognized as “one of the dominant intellectual forces in American medicine.”

“I believe that every member of the faculty in the clinical

department is responsible for investigative activity, because this is the key point of the educational process. This is the method of ascertaining truth.

If the individual teacher is not a scholar, what entitles him to operate within the university framework? Is it his charm? Is it his vividness?

The necessary qualification of the scholar is that he in some sense exhibit the imaginative type of activity that is inherent in the research process.”

Donald Seldin, MD

By February 1952, Dallas-based architects were preparing plans for a 90,000-squarefoot building to house the school’s basic sciences departments. The legislature had specified that the total cost could not exceed the $2.75 million that had been appropriated. When the lowest construction bid came in $100,000 over budget, Dean Aagaard faced a dilemma. Unless he could raise the difference before the contractor’s deadline for acceptance ended, it would be another six months before the matter could be discussed again. He called Dr. Cary at six in the morning to ask if the Foundation could provide the additional funds. By 7 a.m., phones all over Dallas had pulled men out of bed to vote “yes.” In April 1952, Parkland broke ground on the new medical center campus. Seldin would go on to create a department of clinical scholars second to none. Because money was tight and there was little possibility for bringing in outside talent, he got there by adopting a unique strategy. He selected his best students and residents, sent them off for additional training, and then brought them back to Dallas as faculty members. He immersed himself in their lives. Students would see him doing rounds at 3 a.m., and when he finished, he would give lectures about what he’d seen. His personal involvement gave him an opportunity to uncover his most exceptional students. Some he knew held tremendous potential, like Jean Wilson and Joe Goldstein, among many others. He took them aside and explained his vision. Like Cary, Seldin wanted to create an institution dedicated to research, clinical work and teaching. And importantly, he wanted every member of the faculty to do all three. He believed conducting research should make you a better doctor, which in turn would help you to frame better questions that could be answered in the lab. At the time, it was a highly innovative approach to medicine that, interestingly, paralleled Dr. Cary’s views on collaborative medicine. 26 36SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL PERSPECTIVES


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A P R I L 19 5 2 Parkland Hospital breaks ground on the new medical center campus.

A P R I L 19 5 4 New Parkland Hospital opens to high praise.

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SEPTEMBER 1, 1953

Legislature approves $2.75 million for new basic sciences buildng.

Dr. Donald Seldin promoted to Chairman of Internal Medicine.

DECEMBER 5, 1952

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SEPTEMB ER 18 , 19 5 4

Building contract awarded for basic sciences building after the Foundation contributes $100,000.

Texas legislature appropriates $3.5 million for clinical sciences facilities.

The medical school is renamed The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School.

D E CE M B E R 11, 19 5 3 Dr. Edward Cary dies at age 81 in Dallas. Karl Hoblitzelle becomes the second president of the Foundation.

“...without his leadership, his

day-by-day devotion to an ideal, there would have been no rallying point, and perhaps no cause at all.�

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19 5 4 Parkland Hospital opened to high praise and became the exclusive teaching hospital for the medical school.

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Full-time Faculty

Annual Budget

Total Sq Ft

Nobel Laureates

NAS* Members

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Dr. Seldin had fortuitously brought his academic vision to Dallas at the beginning of one of the greatest revolutions in biology – a revolution that yielded the structure of the gene, the unraveling of the genetic code and a period that welcomed a new scientific discipline called molecular biology. Molecular biology promised untold dividends in comprehending cellular function and promised countless extensions into molecular medicine and more effective treatment options. In 1953, the Veteran’s Administration sold land along Harry Hines ( which had been intended as the site for its new hospital ) to the Foundation. Plans had changed and it was determined that it was more cost effective to remodel VA hospitals at their current locations. As 1953 came to a close, Dr. Cary passed away, just a year short of learning that the UT System had approved $3.5 million for a permanent building to hold the school’s clinical sciences departments. Along with the approved funding, the medical center’s name was changed to The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. With Dr. Cary’s passing, tributes from the AMA, Blue Cross, Republic Bank and dozens of other institutions poured in praising the counsel and leadership that Cary had brought to the national healthcare stage. He was hailed as both a local hero and national visionary.

“When we get our new buildings up on that fine site Karl Hoblitzelle

gave us – as we keep adding the best men to be had – as we continue hunting for the fundamental facts about sickness and as we inaugurate

new research projects – with all this going on, everybody in Dallas will come to know something great has happened in their city.”

Dr. Cary, on the occasion of his 75th birthday

“Cary has built his own enduring monument

and lived to see that it’s good. A man could hardly ask for more.”

The ending of the book, More Than Armies, The Story of Edward H. Cary, MD, by Booth Mooney

While Dr. Seldin ingeniously and ably steered the direction of the medical school, The University of Texas System and its Board of Regents had stepped solidly into the role of primary financial supporter. The Foundation stayed the course, growing endowment income for future construction and supplementing the salaries of some of the best and brightest researchers in the country. A new Parkland Hospital opened in 1954 to high praise, became the exclusive teaching hospital for the medical school and played a key role in attracting top medical talent. 1955 was summed up best by the late John S. Chapman, MD, Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine and author of the definitive history of medical education in Dallas: “…if one looked at Southwestern as it had staggered along six years earlier, it had thrived mightily.” However, more — much more — was about to be accomplished. S O U T H W E S T E R N M E D I C A L P E R S P E C T I V E S . S P R I N G 2 014

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J A N U A R Y 2 9, 19 5 5 The Basic Science Hall is dedicated.

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H. Cary Basic Science Hall in 1960.) The building was located near Parkland Hospital and allowed the basic science departments to move out of the shacks. Members of the clinical science departments, including Dr. Seldin, would have to wait until 1958, the year the Hoblitzelle Clinical Science Building was completed, before they could move. At which point the shacks were mercifully abandoned — having dutifully served for some 15 years through wind and rain and rot, freezing cold and the occasional fire. That same year, Southwestern Medical Foundation launched a $4 million campaign for the “…building of a new $10 million St. Paul Hospital…which will give great impetus toward bringing to life one of Dallas’ dreams of many years,” said Karl Hoblitzelle, Foundation president. In late 1959, groundbreaking for the new St. Paul Hospital took place.

The Hoblitzelle Clinical Science Building was built directly behind the Basic Science Hall. Parkland Hospital is seen in the upper left.

The new campus was coming to life. In many ways, the tremendous success of the medical center over the next two decades (and beyond) owes much to the fact that the school had put itself in a position to leverage an unprecedented period of rapidly expanding medical knowledge — much of it ignited by a single event. Groundbreaking for St. Paul Hospital. Hoblitzelle is fifth from the left.

In 1953, James D. Watson and Francis Crick (Cambridge University) with Maurice Wilkins (King’s College, London) famously announced the basic structure of DNA. The three men were jointly awarded the 1962 Nobel S O U T H W E S T E R N M E D I C A L P E R S P E C T I V E S . S P R I N G 2 014

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Prize for Physiology or Medicine “for their discoveries concerning the molecular structure of nucleic acids and its significance for information transfer in living material.” This led to a new understanding of biology, that human cells contain chromosomes made up of genes. The ramifications of the discovery would prove endless. For the first time, it allowed for the study of diseases caused by defective genes and the search to isolate inherited genes responsible for specific diseases. Furthermore, the understanding of how proteins are designed and can cause disease provided windows of opportunity for drug development that had never before been possible. Pharmaceutical science would be transformed by a new understanding of the way cells within the human body worked. Add to this the fact that medical technology was rapidly advancing. The use of The discovery of the DNA molecule forever changed the course of medical research.

ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging would make it easier to diagnose disease. Incredible advances in surgical instruments and techniques would lead to organ transplants, from kidneys to hearts. Major developments were occurring in replacement surgery for hips, knees and elbows. Advances in the area of reproductive science were being made as well. New understanding and treatment of cancer and the increasingly effective use of a combination of drugs, radiotherapy and surgery was underway. This time of tremendous excitement and innovation served as a catalyst for significant increases in both state and federal funding. It also served to inspire generous private gifts from the Dallas philanthropic community. Increased state funding was initiated by Governor John Connally. He used his political skills to increase taxes in order to raise teacher salaries, improve libraries, support education, and fund scientific and medical research. While his efforts

1963

were wide-ranging, the medical school directly benefited.

$930 million

Not coincidentally, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) had significantly raised its funding budget. By 1960, it had

1960

$400 million in annual grant monies — the majority of which would be awarded to thoughtfully crafted proposals for biomedical research and training. Seldin and his teams of clinical scholars made extensive use of the opportunities afforded by NIH grants. It would

$400 million

1957

$98 million From 1957 to 1963, the NIH budget grew almost ten-fold.

soon become evident that the medical school’s quality of medical investigation could compete with the best medical schools in the country. The conception and development of the Dan Danciger Research Building was a perfect example of the synergies in place at the time. It was completed in 1965 and connected the Hoblitzelle Clinical Sciences Building with Parkland Hospital. It began in 1960, when the Danciger Foundation pledged $750,000 for a new research building. The Foundation added an additional $250,000. The medical school filed matching grants with the NIH and received additional funds. And in 1961, the school was given an additional $1 million grant from the National Advisory Council on Health Research. 42


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J U LY 196 0 Danciger Foundation pledges $750,000 for a research building at Southwestern and Southwestern Medical Foundation adds $250,000. UT System authorizes the school to file an application with the National Institutes of Health for matching funds.

Dr. Kern Wildenthal ( who would later become president ) graduates from UT Southwestern. He would travel to England to earn his PhD at Cambridge.

196 5 Dan Danciger Research Building completed.

1960 The UT System prepares a master development plan in an effort to help transform its Dallas-based medical school into one of the top medical schools in the country.

196 3

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Construction of the Dan Danciger Research Building began.

Dr. Charles C. Sprague of Tulane University takes office as dean of the Medical School.

FA L L 19 6 2 Joseph L. Goldstein enters medical school at Southwestern.

“We always wore white shirts and ties.

When we were doing gross anatomy, then we’d remove the ties.” James Atkins, MD, Class of ‘67 Professor of Internal Medicine

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Parkland proved to be an invaluable teaching hospital as well as a place where UT Southwestern physicians and investigators could advance quality patient care.

1 9 71 Parkland opens the first high-risk maternity unit in the nation.

1962 Parkland’s ER becomes a model system for the nation when it reorganizes into six treatment areas and begins the country’s first nurse-directed triage system.

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Parkland opens one of the largest civilian burn units in the United States with four designated wards.

The surgery and anesthesiology staffs at Parkland and UT Southwestern publish the first medical text on trauma.

UT Southwestern created the first and largest clinically oriented skin bank in the country to provide grafts for burn patients. Later that year, an eight-year-old patient at the Parkland Burn Center became the first person to survive such major burn wounds.

1963 The floral wreath placed on the door of Parkland’s Trauma Room 1, where President Kennedy was pronounced dead at 1:00 p.m., November 22.

Governor Connally’s wounds were much more severe than many realized since he recovered so well. The UT Southwestern physicians that saved his life did so while caring for 30 other patients that came to the ER that day.

“Few hospitals in our land have ever faced the intense pressure

Parkland was subjected to on November 22 and in subsequent days. Yet its staff and personnel never let the situation get out of hand, never let the excitement

of the moment overcome reason and responsibility, and never permitted anything to disrupt the hospital’s normal day-to-day service to the people of Dallas.”

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The medical school continued to expand. A key reason for its growth was inextricably linked to Parkland as its teaching hospital. The bulk of all clinical teaching, internships, residencies and rounds provided the vast majority of the training requirements for medical students in an exceptional environment. In January 1961, the Dallas County Hospital District Board endorsed the idea of building a medical center for children as part of the growing center. The proposal called for a 200-bed facility on seven and a half acres that the hospital district would deed for construction. “The decision to include the Children’s Medical Center...represents a major step forward in our medical care program for the needy children of Dallas,“ said Hoblitzelle. “It also creates the opportunity for the highest order of medical coordination.” That same year, the Foundation extended its influence beyond the medical school campus by announcing its support for the construction of a new hospital on a 71-acre site in what was considered “the northern section of Dallas.” The 350-bed facility would be called Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas and cost $7.5 million. The Foundation contributed funding, planning and development expertise. A cooperative agreement between the hospital and the medical school would provide a teaching program at both undergraduate and graduate levels. At the close of 1962, the medical school was awarded its first general research support grant from the NIH. At the time, some 250 research projects involving 135 faculty members and more than 200 technical assistants were underway. In the mid-60s, the Foundation saw increased levels of charitable giving for both unrestricted gifts and those earmarked for specific purposes. This was aided in part by a fundraising campaign, “The Responsive Instrument of Your Wishes,” which highlighted the results of generous support of community leaders and philanthropists in the past. In 1966, the Dan Danciger Research Building, the Pauline and Adolf Weinberger Laboratories for Cardiopulmonary Research and the Skillern Student Union Building were dedicated. That same year, the Board of Regents changed the school’s name to The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas. In 1967, UT Southwestern medical students performed better on Part II of the National Boards than students at any other medical school in the country. It was a milestone academic achievement that proved the intellectual acumen of both UT Southwestern’s students and faculty. With continued community support, the Foundation announced that another building, the Fred F. Florence Bioinformation Center, had been funded through a $1 million gift. In March, Karl Hoblitzelle, a man of uncommon generosity who had For nearly 30 years, Karl Hoblitzelle played an essential role in guiding, funding and ensuring the success of the Foundation.

passionately helped to steer the Foundation for nearly 30 years, died. It was difficult to imagine how Hoblitzelle’s vision and generosity would be replaced, and to honor his service, the title of chairman would not be held for another ten years. George MacGregor, as president, led the Foundation until he was later named chairman. S O U T H W E S T E R N M E D I C A L P E R S P E C T I V E S . S P R I N G 2 014

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On July 1, 1967, Dr. Charles Sprague came to UT Southwestern as dean of the medical school from Tulane University School of Medicine. He’d grown up in Dallas (in fact, his father had served as mayor from 1937 to 1939). Dr. Sprague had earned his medical degree from The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, served in the Navy and trained in internal medicine and hematology at Tulane University, Washington University and Oxford. Both Sprague and Seldin shared a strong belief that the basic science departments should be raised to the level of the clinical sciences departments by providing much-needed physical space and recruiting additional outstanding faculty. This kind of mutual respect between diverse departments was (and continues to be) unusual compared to that found in many universities. It came from a philosophy originally outlined by Dr. Cary and put into practice by Dr. Seldin, which led to a high level of collegiality that would come to typify the culture of UT Southwestern. Dr. Sprague developed a proposal to expand SouthGregarious, with a booming baritone voice and an engaging smile, Dr. Sprague joined UT Southwestern as dean of the medical school. Five years later, it would become an academic medical center with medical, graduate biomedical sciences and allied health sciences schools. Dr. Sprague would become the new institution’s first president.

western Medical School into a “Life Sciences Center,” that would offer education, research and patient care in medicine, allied health and related fields. The bold plan would more than double the size of the existing campus, adding close to a million square feet of new space.

Huge applications (quite literally a single application might weigh as much as ten pounds) for large grants were submitted to Washington — work that required months of preparation. The effort paid off, and federal and state monies were approved totaling $32.5 million. Still, the visionary project was $7.5 million short. To make up the difference, Southwestern Medical Foundation immediately launched a major fundraising drive called the “Life Sciences Center for the Southwest.” It proved so successful that when medical school faculty members arrived at the “kick-off breakfast” to officially begin the campaign, they were told that commitments made by the Dallas philanthropic community had already surpassed the target goal by nearly $1 million. “It was the largest sum ever raised here by a private foundation for capital improvements,” declared John M. Stemmons, vice president of the Foundation. The first of the new buildings began to be occupied in 1972. In November, the name and scope of the medical school were changed with its reorganization into The University of Texas Health Science Center at Dallas, which now included Southwestern Medical School, the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and the School of Allied Health Professions. Dr. Sprague was named as the institution’s first president. 46


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“… [ it will ] bring together on one campus all of the sciences concerned with the life of man to interact together productively to permit the evolvement of answers to all of man’s health problems. In this view, The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School is seen as the focus of a regional medical center second to none in the world.” Charles Sprague, MD APRIL 18, 1968

MAY 16, 1971

Dean Sprague presents his proposal to the Board of Regents for developing a “Life Sciences Center” that would offer education, research and patient care in medicine, allied health professions and related fields. The plan calls for building a million square feet of new space.

The Foundation anounces it raised over $8.3 million in its support of the Life Sciences campaign and donates the funds to UT Southwestern. The combined gifts of four families – Jones (Jesse), Richardson, Stemmons and Zale – topped over a million dollars.

J U N E 1969 Funding for the $40 million expansion project is to come from UT System funds, federal and private funds already pledged to the the development program, but funding would eventually fall short by $7.5 million.

Harry Ransom, chancellor of The University of Texas, was dedicated to academic excellence. Dr. Seldin described their first meeting:

“We had a long discussion...I told him I thought

the Department of Internal Medicine was doing well, but I didn’t think the medical school in Dallas would advance...[if ] just one department

achieved academic success. I also mentioned the weaknesses in the basic sciences. Ransom listend attentively. He essentially told me that he wouldn’t

put the financial resources into the school by way of a blank check. But if the school took the initiative to request well thought out

programs, appointments and activities, he would support them to the full.”

Donald Seldin, MD

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“These buildings, these towers of hope for the future

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Sprague and Seldin successfully recruited outstanding leaders to head the basic sciences departments. Among them: Drs. Samuel McCann (Physiology), Ronald Estabrook (Biochemistry), Jonathan Uhr (Microbiology) and Rupert E. Billingham (Cell Biology).

Dr. Jonathan Uhr

Dr. Rupert E. Billingham

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Under Dr. Sprague’s leadership, the medical center would receive national recognition for its many research accomplishments and award-winning faculty.

FA S H E N A

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PRITCHARD

E S TA B R O O K

Gladys J. Fashena, MD, taught at

Jack A. Pritchard, MD, pioneered

Ronald Estabrook, PhD, was

Baylor College of Medicine but

translational research in the areas

recruited by Dr. Sprague in 1968.

elected to accept an appointment

of preeclampsia-eclampsia ( tox-

He made UT Southwestern a

as one of two female faculty at

emia of pregnancy), hematology,

world -renowned center for bio-

Southwestern Medical College

placental abruption and obstet-

chemistry research and education,

when it opened in 1943, instead

rical hemorrhage. His research

attracting some of the nation’s

of relocating to Houston. Fashena

changed the way obstetrics is

best and brightest scientists and

had a master’s degree in philoso-

practiced worldwide. In 1955,

students. At the time, Dr. Esta-

phy from Columbia and a medical

Pritchard built a model system for

brook was among the most cited

degree from Cornell Medical

handling high-risk and complex

researchers in the country for his

College. During her career of

pregnancies, including innova-

breakthrough work on the hemo-

practicing and teaching, she es-

tions in prenatal care that set a

protein molecule, cytochrome

tablished the pediatric cardiology

standard for the nation.

P450. His work on its biological

department at Children’s Medical

Dr. Pritchard wrote and edited

functions significantly furthered

Center Dallas and became a

the definitive medical textbook,

scientific understanding of how

pioneer in the fields of pediatric

“Williams Obstetrics,” and trained

the body metabolizes drugs,

cardiology and pediatric research

the physicians who later took

pollutants and environmental

for nearly 40 years.

over as its authors and editors.

chemicals, including carcinogens.


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GOLDSTEIN AND BROWN

Many research projects were happening

can occur in children as young as five

at the medical school, but among the

years of age.

most remarkable at the time was the work of

Their studies led to the discovery of a cell

Drs. Joseph Goldstein and Michael Brown.

surface receptor for a category of cholesterol

In 1972, Goldstein and Brown were newly

called LDL as well as an understanding of

appointed Assistant Professors in Medicine.

how this receptor carries LDL particles into

Goldstein had been a former student of

cells. Once inside the cell, among other

Seldin’s and was “sent off” to gain further

functions, LDL inhibits cholesterol synthesis.

experience. Goldstein and Brown met as

Brown and Goldstein elegantly proved

fresh-faced interns at Massachusetts General

that FH is caused by genetic defects in the

Hospital in Boston. Goldstein convinced

LDL receptor, which as a result disrupts the

Brown to go to Dallas, which he did in 1971.

normal regulation of cholesterol metabolism.

Goldstein followed a year later.

Their early work explained a genetic

Together, they set out to unravel a human

cause of heart attacks and led to new ways

genetic disease called familial hypercholes-

of thinking about cholesterol metabolism.

terolemia (FH). In patients with FH, the con-

This discovery would ultimately lead to a new

centration of cholesterol in blood is elevated

class of drug treatments to lower cholesterol

many times above normal, and heart attacks

called statins.

“In 1977, Joe Goldstein and I had gotten a lucrative offer that we

knew Southwestern couldn’t match. Erik Jonsson, a co-founder of Texas Instruments, had become Mayor of Dallas. He heard about the offer and asked to speak with us.

During the meeting he shared a passionate vision of the city’s future. He gave us his home phone number and said if we ever needed anything for our research we should

call that number and the check would be on our desk the next morning. We left the meeting with tremendous confidence that the leaders of Dallas were behind us. We never

called. We never had to. But the knowledge that the support was there if we needed it, gave us the courage to tackle difficult and challenging problems.”

Michael Brown, M D

Director of the Jonsson Center for Molecular Genetics at UT Southwestern

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The heart of the UT Southwestern campus now included the Philip R. Jonsson Basic Science Research Building, the Eugene McDermott Academic Administration Building, the Tom and Lula Gooch Auditorium, the Eugene McDermott Plaza and lecture rooms, the Cecil and Ida Green Science Building, the Fred F. Florence Bioinformation Center and the Harry S. Moss Clinical Science Building. Along with those donors, came significant gifts from the Jones, Stemmons and Zale families; and the Hoblitzelle and Sid Richardson Foundations. It was the addition of these buildings, which finally gave the faculty the room to grow. This transformed the regional medical school into an impressive national medical center. HARRY HINES BOULEVARD

By 1978, the primary buildings of the UT Southwestern campus included: 1 ) Eugene McDermott Academic Administration Building

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1

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2

4

8

10

9

12

6 ) Philip R. Jonsson Basic Science Research Building

7 ) Cecil and Ida Green Science Building

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“Charlie Sprague was the catalyst

that enabled UT Southwestern Medical School to grow from a small, relatively unknown institution into one

of the most highly respected medical schools in the nation.”

The late Paul M. Bass

Chairman Emeritus, Southwestern Medical Foundation

L AT E 19 70 s At Dr. Sprague’s urging, Ralph B. Rogers, a prominent Dallas civic leader, joined the Dallas County Hospital District. Under his leadership, the Board of Managers would later orchestrate an $80 million bond issue to reinvigorate Parkland Hospital. Funding that would not only improve the quality of patient care but continue to attract some of the best medical minds in the country to UT Southwestern. IN OUR FALL ISSUE State and national funding would begin to decline, challenging the Foundation, the medical school and the philanthropic community to make up the difference. The work of Drs. Brown and Goldstein, and many others, bring the medical school international acclaim.

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Full-time Faculty

Annual Budget

Total Sq Ft

Nobel Laureates

NAS* Members

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A Story of Community It is woven into the fabric of our 75-year history. In fact, it has made us who we are as a charitable foundation. Ours is a story of community. We are thrilled to celebrate this milestone year by sharing our story with you. I sincerely hope that you have found the time to read through our first 40 years. It is a remarkable journey set against a wilderness in health care that began with a grand vision of bringing a great medical center to Dallas. Our founder, Dr. Edward H. Cary, worked tirelessly to “inspire a great citizenship to greater deeds.” Interestingly, it was a journey both planned and serendipitous: Dr. Cary’s Kathle e n M. Gibson President

unplanned return to Dallas, years of struggle and national experience that prepared him to lead, a medical school that moved to Houston, a phone call made to Yale and a foot that fell through a rotting floor. But above all else, it is a story of our community realizing a vision, as one-by-one the stones were laid to build both an enduring foundation and an outstanding medical center. Despite the headwinds of war and constraints of public budgets, our community continued to find the way forward. At Southwestern Medical Foundation we have witnessed the power of community for a mere 75 years, yet, it is amazing how much has been accomplished. The Foundation and medical center have become intertwined in a commitment to excellence, a dedication to discovery and a service to all. Our growth has been fueled by exceptional individuals and businesses committed to building a medical center second to none. In the following pages, you will find the names of our donors, each of whom has carried the torch to support this extraordinary work. On behalf of the Foundation, I am truly grateful for their generous support of this worthy mission and cause.

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Lifetime Benefactors

58

Endowments

66

Legacy Gifts

68

2013 Gifts

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GIFT SUMMARY: LIFETIME BENEFACTORS

Lifetime Benefactors REMEMBERING HAROLD SIMMONS Harold Simmons made a difference. His philanthropic support of Southwestern Medical Foundation reflected his passion for advancing scientific and medical research. He and his wife, Annette, contributed nearly $200 million over three decades, including a record $125 million in contributions to the “Innovations in Medicine” campaign. His extraordinary generosity has had a transformative impact. Mr. Simmons was a native Texan, who graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in 1951 and earned a master’s degree a year later. He established a storied career as a entreprenuer and investor and in 1988 created the Harold Simmons Foundation. In 1995, Southwestern Medical Foundation awarded him our Community Service Award, now the Charles Cameron Sprague Community Service Award. His support was critical to the establishment of the Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center at UT Southwestern – the only National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center in North Texas. The Harold and Annette Simmons Comprehensive Center for Research and Treatment in Brain and Neurological Disorders has similarly made possible fundamental discoveries that are providing new insights into brain function and neurological disorders. Mr. Simmons also provided gifts that have supported research into the treatment of kidney disease and arthritis, the latter including the establishment of the Harold C. Simmons Arthritis Research Center. In addition to funding these important programs, Mr. Simmons helped ensure that UT Southwestern has facilities that enable its outstanding faculty and staff to fulfill the mission of the institution. Mr. Simmons leaves an indelible and enduring imprint. His magnanimous support will be felt for decades to come.

$5,000,000 OR MORE Given or pledged cumulatively as of Dec. 31, 2013

Abbott Laboratories Anonymous (4) Walter M. and Helen D. Bader Biological Humanics Foundation/ Mary McDermott Cook Burroughs Wellcome Fund Cain Foundation W. W. Caruth Jr. Foundation Children’s Cancer Fund of Dallas, Inc. Children’s Medical Foundation/ Children’s Medical Center of Dallas A. L. Chilton Foundation Trust The Hon. and Mrs. William P. Clements Jr./ Clements Foundation Communities Foundation of Texas Crystal Charity Ball The Dallas Foundation

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The Dedman Foundation/Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Dedman Sr./ Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Dedman Jr./ Mrs. Patty Dedman Nail Excellence in Education Foundation Gertrude M. Gillespie Mr. and Mrs. Cecil H. Green/Green Foundation/Cecil H. Green Trust Ute Schwarz Haberecht and Rolf R. Haberecht, Ph.D./ Caroline Haberecht Moore/ Michael Haberecht, M.D., Ph.D. Nancy B. Hamon/Hamon Charitable Foundation Linda W. Hart and Milledge A. Hart III Lyda Hill Foundation Hoblitzelle Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Edmund M. Hoffman/ Hoffman Family Foundation Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Erik Jonsson/ Jonsson Foundation Susan G. Komen for the Cure Eli Lilly and Company Virginia Murchison Linthicum Bulah M. Luse Charitable Remainder Trust John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Lucille P. Markey Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McDermott/ Eugene McDermott Foundation Merck Company Foundation/ Merck & Company, Inc. Mobility Foundation Moncrief Cancer Foundation Mr. and Mrs. W. A. “Tex” Moncrief Jr./ William A. and Elizabeth B. Moncrief Foundation

Harry S. Moss Heart Trust Mr. and Mrs. Ross Perot/ Perot Foundation Pfizer, Inc. T. Boone Pickens Foundation/ Mr. and Mrs. T. Boone Pickens Pogue Foundation/ Mr. and Mrs. A. Mack Pogue Vin and Caren Prothro Foundation/ Mrs. C. Vincent Prothro Donald W. Reynolds Foundation Frank Ribelin Roche Laboratories, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Rose III Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Rowling/ Rowling Foundation St. Paul Medical Foundation, Inc./ St. Paul Fund for Advanced Heart & Lung Disease


GIFT SUMMARY: LIFETIME BENEFACTORS Sammons Dallas Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Seay/Sarah and Charles Seay Charitable Trust Dr. Doyle L. Sharp Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Simmons/ Harold Simmons Foundation, Inc./ Simmons Family Foundation Dr. Bob & Jean Smith Foundation/ Dr. and Mrs. Bob Smith Mr. and Mrs. William T. Solomon Southwestern Ball/Kent Waldrep National Paralysis Foundation Southwestern Medical Foundation Theodore and Vada Stanley Foundation Sweetheart Ball Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Thomsen Mr. and Mrs.Tom Walter Robert A. Welch Foundation

$1,000,000 TO $4,999,999 Given or pledged cumulatively as of Dec. 31, 2013

Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Ackerman/ Edward and Wilhelmina Ackerman Foundation Ruth Collins Altshuler/Ruth C. and Charles S. Sharp Foundation Alzheimer’s Association Amgen, Inc. Anonymous (6) AstraZeneca, L.P. Dr. Robert C. and Veronica Atkins Foundation Bank of America Mr. and Mrs. William D. Barrett Dr. Fouad A.and Mrs. Val Imm Bashour/ Cardiology Fund Harry W. Bass Jr. Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Perry R. Bass/ Harris Methodist Health Foundation/ Thomas L. Shields, M.D. Fund Baxter Healthcare Corporation Beaux Arts Stiffnung/Wendy Reves Dr. and Mrs. W. Robert Beavers Margaret W. Beckner Mr. and Mrs. Louis Beecherl Jr./ Bosque Foundation Josephine L. Biddle Big D. Beat, Inc./Dallas Heart Ball Biogen Biovail Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Gene H. Bishop Bristol-Myers Squibb Company/ Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Jean Ann Brock Stephen W. Brock David Bruton Jr./David Bruton Jr. Charitable Trust William Buchanan Foundation Gatha Burnett Cancer Research Foundation of North Texas Mr. and Mrs. Ben H. Carpenter Children’s Miracle Network Telethon Mr. and Mrs. William H. Clark III Carr P. Collins Foundation James M. Collins Foundation Comcast Corporation Constantin Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Leo F. Corrigan Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Crain Jr./R. Lacy, Inc. Sherry Knopf Crasilneck The Harlan R. Crow Family, the Trammell S. Crow Family and the Stuart M. Crow Family Mr. and Mrs. Trammell Crow David M. Crowley Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crutcher III Dallas Jewish Community Foundation Mrs. Wayne E. Dear Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dorfman Sr./ Dr. Samuel Y. Dorfman Jr./ Dorfman Production Company Florence A. Doswell Mr. and Mrs. Grant Dove Beatrice M. Elias/Beatrice and Miguel Elias Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Engibous/ Engibous Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. English/ Kenneth C. English Family Foundation Enron Corporation ExxonMobil Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Vernon E. Faulconer Greer Garson Fogelson/ E. E. Fogelson and Greer Garson Fogelson Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William K. Gayden/ Gayden Family Foundation GE Medical Systems Genentech, Inc. Genzyme Corporation Gifford Foundation/ Mr.and Mrs. Lucian Touchstone/ Mr. and Mrs. Gifford O. Touchstone/ Mr. and Mrs. C. Vance Campbell Jr. Pauline Allen Gill Foundation/ Mrs. Roger C. Sullivan GlaxoSmithKline, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Grossman Mr. and Mrs. Ron W. Haddock Florine Kemp Hager Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Haggar Jr. Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Foundation/Beatrice M. Haggerty Mr. and Mrs. John P. Harbin S. T. Harris Family Hartwell Foundation Hawn Foundation Robert Tucker Hayes Foundation/Robert T. Hayes Ruby D. Hexter Charitable Trust Mary Dees McDermott Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Hicks/Thomas O. and Cinda Hicks Foundation Hillcrest Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Laurence E. Hirsch/Hirsch Family Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Aaron A. Hofmann Mr. and Mrs. Roger Horchow/ Horchow Family Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hudson M. R. & Evelyn Hudson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Huffines Jr./ Huffines Enterprises Mr. and Mrs. Keith W. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Hunt Mr. and Mrs. W. Herbert Hunt Thomas M. Hunt

Gayle Ann W. Hysinger Mrs. Maurice Jameson/ Jameson Family Trust Johnson & Johnson Kathryn H. Jordan Jane & John Justin Foundation Louise W. Kahn Mary Kay Foundation Mary Kay, Inc. W. M. Keck Foundation Kimberly-Clark Foundation Carl B. and Florence E. King Foundation Rollin W. King Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lacerte Jimmie C. LaFollette Lattner Family Foundation Dr. Dorothy Lee Mr. and Mrs. John Ridings Lee Leukemia Association of North Texas Gillson Longenbaugh Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Alan Losinger for Mrs. Nancy R. McCune Lowe Foundation March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, North Texas Chapter Jeffrey A. Marcus Dr. Nancy Cain Marcus Margolin/Cox Estates and Trusts G. Harold and Leila Y. Mathers Charitable Foundation Ella C. McFadden Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. William S. McIntyre IV/ Shirley and William S. McIntyre Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. McKenzie Jr./ McKenzie Foundation, Inc. Jackie McKnight Dr. Steven L. McKnight The Meadows Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Meyers Family of David Nathan Meyerson Dorothy H. Middleton Ann Eickenroht Miller Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Miller III Mission Pharmacal Company Lupe Murchison Foundation Muscular Dystrophy Association, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Myers Ted Nash Long Life Foundation Raymond D. Nasher/Nasher Foundation NCH Corporation Charles E. Nearburg/ Nearburg Foundation Dana E. Nearburg/Nearburg Foundation Dr. Yukie Niwa Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation Mr. and Mrs. William D. Oates Virginia Lazenby O’Hara Once Upon A Time… Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Mrs. Reece A. Overcash Jr./AYCO Charitable Foundation P&G Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Y. C. Pak/ Charles Y. C. Pak Foundation Parke-Davis Mr. and Mrs. John G. Penson Mary Kathleen Redden Phillips and Kathleen Anne Phillips

Pollock Foundation/ Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence S. Pollock Jr. Dorothy Price Trust Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rapoport Research to Prevent Blindness Endowment Fund, Inc. Sid W. Richardson Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Riggs Jr. Dr. George A. Roberts Ralph B. Rogers Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Rogers Mr. Michael L. Rosenberg/Michael L. Rosenberg Foundation/Sunny and Abe Rosenberg Foundation, Inc. Elaine D. Sammons Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sanders Mary R. Saner Charitable Trust Schering-Plough Corporation G. D. Searle & Company Dr. and Mrs. William A. Sellars Mary Lucile Shannon Jeanne Fields Shelby Dr. Margaret A. Wilson Sitton Mr. and Mrs. James C. Smith/ James and Norma Smith Foundation Patricia A. Smith Dr. Ralph C. Smith Mr. and Mrs. James E. Sowell Sparrow Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Stoffel/ Gayle and Paul Stoffel Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Strauss Tenneco Gas, Inc. Lydia Bryant Test Trust TEVA Neuroscience, Inc. Texas Instruments Foundation Texas Stampede Mr. and Mrs. Jere W. Thompson Marjorie Gifford Touchstone Mr. and Mrs. Peter Townsend Olean U. Vincent Irene H. Wadel and Robert I. Atha Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Walker Jr./ Anne Marie and Thomas B. Walker Jr. Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Walker/ Thomas C. and Carolyn W. Walker Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray Wallace Pauline E. Weinberger Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Westcott/ Westcott Foundation Whitaker Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Kern Wildenthal Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Willie Jr./ Mrs. Laverne Willie Dr. Jean D. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. William W. Winspear Mr. and Mrs. Ivor P. Wold Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Womack Wyeth-Ayerst Pharmaceuticals Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wyly Yellow Rose Foundation Abe (Brunky) Zale/ Abe Zale Philanthropic Fund of The Foundation of the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas Mr. and Mrs. Donald Zale/M.B. and Edna Zale Foundation

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GIFT SUMMARY: ENDOWMENTS

Endowing the Future of Medicine THROUGH A GIFT TO SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL FOUNDATION Community leaders and Foundation friends have been exceedingly generous in their support of medical research, medical education and patient care. Many of these gifts are dedicated to creating centers, chairs, professorships and scholarships, as well as supporting critical research. Others allow the Foundation’s Trustees to exercise discretion to apply the resources where they are most needed. We have listed all the endowments that benefit The University of

Texas Southwestern Medical Center – those held and managed by The University of Texas Investment Management Co. (UTIMCO) in Austin for the benefit of UT Southwestern, as well as those held and managed by Southwestern Medical Foundation. You will find an asterisk (*) next to funds that are partially or completely managed by UTIMCO. Endowments that benefit other medical-related nonprofit organizations are also included.

CENTERS AT UT SOUTHWESTERN

Christa and Reece A. Overcash, Jr. Family Center for Breast Care Research, in Honor of Dr. George Peters Reece A. Overcash, Jr. Center for Research on Colon Cancer, in Honor of Dr. Eugene Frenkel Charles and Jane Pak Center for Mineral Metabolism and Clinical Research* Charles Y. C. Pak Center for Training in Clinical Investigation* Charles Y. C. Pak and Donald W. Seldin Center for Metabolic Research* George N. Peters, M.D. Center for Breast Surgery* Pogue Family Center for Advanced Brain Imaging in Alzheimer’s Disease Pollock Family Center for Research in Inflammatory Bowel Disease* Lawrence S. Pollock, Jr. Center for Intestinal Cancer Research C. Vincent Prothro Center for Research in Basic Neuroscience Audre and Bernard Rapoport Center for Cardiovascular Diseases* Research Endowment Center for Human Nutrition Faculty* Robert D. Rogers Stroke Center Sarah M. and Charles E. Seay Center for Basic and Applied Research in Psychiatric Illness* Sarah M. and Charles E. Seay Center for Emergency Pediatric Orthopedic Treatment and Research Sarah M. and Charles E. Seay Center for Pediatric Emergency and Intensive Care and Research

Advanced Imaging Research Center Endowment Fund* Walter M. and Helen D. Bader Center for Research on Arthritis and Autoimmune Diseases* Barrett Family Center for Pediatric Oncology* Doris and Harry W. Bass, Jr. Clinical Center for Heart, Lung and Vascular Disease Paul M. Bass Center for Neurosurgical Innovation Cain Denius Comprehensive Center in Mobility Research Effie Marie Cain Alzheimer’s Research Center* Center for Basic Research in Molecular Immunology* Children’s Cancer Fund James M. Collins Center for Biomedical Research Comprehensive Center in Pediatric Oncology Research* Crystal Charity Ball Pediatric Critical Care Research Center* Houston J. and Florence A. Doswell Center for the Development of New Approaches for the Treatment of Hypertension Gill Center for Research on Brain Cell Communication Green Center Training Program in Reproductive Biology Sciences Research*

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Cecil H. and Ida Green Comprehensive Center for Molecular, Computational and Systems Biology* Beatrice Menne Haggerty Center for Research on Brain Injury and Repair in Strokes* Hamon Center for Regenerative Science and Medicine* Nancy B. and Jake L. Hamon Center in Basic Research in Cancer Nancy B. and Jake L. Hamon Center for Therapeutic Oncology Research Dorothy L. and John P. Harbin Center for Alzheimer’s Disease Research* Robert T. Hayes Center for Mineral Metabolism Research* Hoffman Family Center in Genetics and Epidemiology Kimberly-Clark Center for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Komen/UT Southwestern Breast Cancer Research Center* Erma Lowe Center for Alzheimer’s Disease Research Lowe Foundation Center for Women’s Preventative Health Care* Eugene McDermott Center for Human Growth and Development* Eugene McDermott Center for Pain Management* Mobility Foundation Center Fund for Rehabilitation Research W. A. (Tex) and Deborah Moncrief, Jr. Center for Cancer Genetics* Virginia Lazenby O’Hara Fund for Research in Biochemistry

Sarah M. and Charles E. Seay Center for Pediatric Urology* Harold and Annette Simmons Comprehensive Center for Research and Treatment in Brain and Neurological Disorders Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center Bob Smith, M.D. Center for Research in Pediatric Psychiatry Dr. Bob Smith Foundation Center for Prostate Research* Annette G. Strauss Center in Neuro-Oncology* Touchstone Diabetes Center* Kent Waldrep Foundation Center for Basic Research on Nerve Growth and Regeneration* Neill Walsdorf, Sr. Biotechnology Center in Mineral Metabolism* Jean Walter Center for Research in Movement Disorders Jean H. and John T. Walter, Jr. Center for Research in Age-Related Macular Degeneration* Jean H. and John T. Walter, Jr. Center for Research in Urologic Oncology* Jean D. Wilson Center for Biomedical Research* Winspear Family Special Center for Research on the Neuropathology of Alzheimer’s Disease Mildred Wyatt and Ivor P. Wold Center for Geriatric Care


GIFT SUMMARY: ENDOWMENTS

CHAIRS AT UT SOUTHWESTERN Senator Betty and Dr. Andy Andujar Distinguished Chairmanship of Pathology* Aradine S. Ard Chair in Brain Science* Associates First Capital Corporation Distinguished Chair in Pediatrics* Dr. Robert C. and Veronica Atkins Chair in Obesity and Diabetes Research Alvin Baldwin, Jr. Chair in Surgery Fouad A. and Val Imm Bashour Distinguished Chair in Physiology* William Beckner, M.D. Distinguished Chair in Otolaryngology* Julie and Louis Beecherl, Jr. Chair in Medical Science Julie and Louis A. Beecherl, Jr. Distinguished Chair in Biomedical Research* Mar Nell and F. Andrew Bell Distinguished Chair in Biochemistry* Paul R. Bergstresser, M.D. Chair in Dermatology* Josephine Long Biddle Chair in Age-Related Macular Degeneration Research Kathryne and Gene Bishop Distinguished Chair in Pediatric Care at Children’s Medical Center* Diane and Hal Brierley Distinguished Chair in Biomedical Research* Jan and Henri Bromberg Chair in Internal Medicine* Patti Bell Brown Professorship in Biochemistry Jane and Bill Browning, Jr. Chair in Medical Science* David Bruton, Jr. Chair in Ophthalmology William Buchanan Chair in Internal Medicine* William Buchanan Chair in Pediatrics* Jan and Bob Bullock Distinguished Chair for Science Education* Effie and Wofford Cain Distinguished Chair in Diagnostic Imaging* Effie Marie Cain Distinguished Chair in Alzheimer’s Research* Effie Marie Cain Distinguished Chair in Cancer Therapy Research* R. Wofford Cain Distinguished Chair in Bone and Joint Disease Research* C. James Carrico, M.D. Distinguished Chair in Surgery for Trauma and Critical Care* Children’s Cancer Fund Distinguished Chair in Pediatric Oncology and Hematology* William Kemp Clark Chair in Neurological Surgery* Communities Foundation of Texas Inc. Chair in Brain Science* Mary McDermott Cook Chair in Pediatric Genetics* Marilyn R. Corrigan Distinguished Chair in Breast Cancer Surgery* Marilyn R. Corrigan Distinguished Chair in Pediatric Research*

Edwin L. Cox Distinguished Chair in Immunology and Genetics* Nadine and Tom Craddick Distinguished Chair in Medical Science* Sherry Gold Knopf Crasilneck Distinguished Chair in Psychiatry, in Honor of Mollie and Murray Gold* Sherry Knopf Crasilneck Distinguished Chair in Psychiatry, in Honor of Albert Knopf* Margaret and Trammell Crow Distinguished Chair in Alzheimer’s and Geriatric Research* Sherry Wigley Crow Cancer Research Endowed Chair in Honor of Robert Lewis Kirby, M.D.* Crystal Charity Ball Distinguished Chair in Plastic Surgery* Dorothy Rogers Cullum Distinguished Chair in Neuro-Oncology The Dallas Foundation Chair in Gynecologic Oncology Dallas Heart Ball Chair in Cardiac Arrhythmia Research* Dallas Heart Ball Chair in Cardiac Research* 1995 Dallas Heart Ball Chair in Cardiology Research Dallas Heart Ball Chair in Hypertension and Heart Disease* Dallas Heart Ball Chair for Research on Heart Disease in Women* Dallas Rehabilitation Institute Distinguished Chair in Orthopaedic Rehabilitation H. Ben and Isabelle T. Decherd Chair in Internal Medicine in Honor of Henry M. Winans, Sr., M.D. Distinguished Chair in Pediatric Oncology Research Distinguished Chair in Basic Biomedical Research* Distinguished Chair in Human Nutrition, Austin Endowment* Distinguished Chair in Human Nutrition, SWMF Endowment Distinguished Chair in Human Nutrition Research* Distinguished Chair in Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Distinguished Chair in Pharmacology* Grant A. Dove Distinguished Chair for Research in Oncology Beatrice and Miguel Elias Distinguished Chair in Biomedical Science* Beatrice and Miguel Elias Distinguished Chair in Obstetrics and Gynecology* Fredye Factor Chair in Rheumatoid Arthritis Research Amy and Vernon E. Faulconer Distinguished Chair in Medical Science E. E. Fogelson and Greer Garson Fogelson Distinguished Chair in Urology Earl A. Forsythe Chair in Biomedical Science* Earl A. Forsythe and Janet Kendall Forsythe Distinguished Chair for Stroke Research Daniel W. Foster, M.D. Distinguished Chair in Internal Medicine*

Robert G. Freeman, M.D. and Clay J. Cockerell, M.D. Chair in Dermatopathology* Norman F. Gant, Jr., M.D. Chair in Obstetrics and Gynecology* Greer Garson and E. E. Fogelson Distinguished Chair in Medical Research* Gill Distinguished Chair in Neuroscience Research* Atticus James Gill, M.D. Chair in Medical Science* James N. Gilliam, M.D. Chair in Dermatology* Alfred and Mabel Gilman Chair in Molecular Pharmacology* Judith and Charles Ginsburg Chair in Pediatrics* Golden Charity Guild Charles R. Baxter, M.D. Chair Cecil H. Green Distinguished Chair in Cellular and Molecular Biology* Cecil H. and Ida M. Green Chair in Biomedical Science* Cecil H. and Ida Green Distinguished Chair in Reproductive Biology Sciences* Doctor Charles F. Gregory Chair in Orthopaedic Surgery* Perry E. Gross, M.D. Distinguished Chair in Family Medicine Scott Grundy Director’s Chair* Patrick E. Haggerty Distinguished Chair in Basic Biomedical Science* Nancy B. and Jake L. Hamon Distinguished Chair in Basic Cancer Research Nancy B. and Jake L. Hamon Distinguished Chair in Therapeutic Oncology Research Dorothy L. and John P. Harbin Chair in Alzheimer’s Disease Research* S. T. “Buddy”Harris Distinguished Chair in Cardiac Anesthesiology* S. T. Harris Family Chair in Medical Science, in Honor of John D. McConnell, M.D.* S. T. Harris Family Distinguished Chair in Breast Surgery, in Honor of A. Marilyn Leitch, M.D.* S. T. Harris Family Distinguished Chair in Internal Medicine, in Honor of Gary Reed, M.D.* Linda and Mitch Hart Distinguished Chair in Neurology Betty Jo Hay Distinguished Chair in Mental Health* Robert Tucker Hayes Distinguished Chair in Nephrology, in Honor of Dr. Floyd C. Rector, Jr. Robert Tucker Hayes Foundation Distinguished Chair in Cardiothoracic Surgery* Mary Dees McDermott Hicks Chair in Medical Science* Thomas O. and Cinda Hicks Family Distinguished Chair in Alzheimer’s Disease Research* Gail Griffiths Hill Chair in Cardiology*

Laurence and Susan Hirsch/Centex Distinguished Chair in Heart Disease* Aaron A. Hofmann, M.D. and Suzanne Hofmann Distinguished Chair in Orthopaedic Surgery in Honor of Richard E. Jones, M.D.* Adelyn and Edmund M. Hoffman Distinguished Chair in Medical Science S. Roger and Carolyn P. Horchow Chair in Cardiac Research, in Honor of Jere H. Mitchell, M.D.* Dr. Lee Hudson-Robert R. Penn Chair in Surgery* Sydney and J. L. Huffines Distinguished Chair in Cancer Research in Honor of Eugene Frenkel, M.D.* Nancy and Ray L. Hunt Chair in Crisis Psychiatry Jane B. and Edwin P. Jenevein, M.D. Chair in Pathology* Jonsson-Rogers Chair in Cardiology* Jane and John Justin Distinguished Chair in Urology, in Honor of Claus G. Roehrborn, M.D. Norman and Audrey Kaplan Chair in Hypertension* Kimberly-Clark Distinguished Chair in Mobility Research Dr. Carey G. King, Jr. and Dr. Henry M. Winans, Sr. Chair in Internal Medicine* Richard A. Lange, M.D. Chair in Cardiology Ruth W. and Milton P. Levy, Sr. Chair in Molecular Nephrology Virginia and Edward Linthicum Distinguished Chair in Biomolecular Science* Paul C. MacDonald Distinguished Chair in Obstetrics and Gynecology* George L. MacGregor Distinguished Chair in Biomedical Science* Thomas Fariss Marsh, Jr. Chair in Pediatrics Mary Kay Inc. Distinguished Chair in Dermatology Dr. John McConnell Distinguished Chair in Prostate Cancer Research* George McCracken Chair of Pediatric Infectious Diseases* Nancy R. McCune Distinguished Chair in Alzheimer’s Disease Research* Eugene McDermott Distinguished Chair in Molecular Genetics* Eugene McDermott Distinguished Chair for the Study of Human Growth and Development* Margaret Milam McDermott Distinguished Chair in Anesthesiology and Pain Management* John Denis McGarry, Ph.D. Distinguished Chair in Diabetes and Metabolic Research* McGee Foundation Chair in Arthritis Research Lou and Ellen McGinley Distinguished Chair in Psychiatric Research* Shirley and William S. McIntyre Distinguished Chair in Neuroscience

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GIFT SUMMARY: ENDOWMENTS McKenzie Foundation Chair I in Psychiatry McKenzie Foundation Chair II in Psychiatry Arthur E. Meyerhoff Chair in Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery* Royal C. Miller Chair in Age-Related Macular Degeneration Research W. A. (Monty) Moncrief Distinguished Chair in Cholesterol and Arteriosclerosis Research* Philip O’Bryan Montgomery, Jr., M.D. Distinguished Chair in Academic Administration* Philip O’Bryan Montgomery, Jr., M.D. Distinguished Chair in Developmental Biology* Robert L. Moore Chair in Pediatrics* Meredith Mosle Chair in Liver Disease in Honor of Dr. William M. Lee Raymond D. and Patsy R. Nasher Distinguished Chair in Cancer Research, in Honor of Eugene P. Frenkel, M.D.* NCH Corporation Chair in Molecular Transport* Occidental Chemical Chair in Cancer Research* Virginia Lazenby O’Hara Chair in Biochemistry B. B. Owen Distinguished Chair in Molecular Research Charles Pak Distinguished Chair in Mineral Metabolism* Scheryle Simmons Patigian Distinguished Chair in Cancer Immunobiology* Berta M. and Cecil O. Patterson Chair in Gastroenterology* Paul C. Peters, M.D. Chair in Urology* Paul C. Peters, M.D. Chair in Urology in Memory of Rumsey and Louis Strickland* Sam H. Phillips, M.D. Distinguished Chair in Surgery David A. Pistenmaa, M.D., Ph.D. Distinguished Chair in Radiation Oncology* Pogue Distinguished Chair in Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Research Pogue Distinguished Chair in Research on Cardiac Birth Defects Pogue Family Distinguished Chair in Pediatric Cardiology Pogue Family Distinguished Chair in Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine Ernest Poulos, M.D. Distinguished Chair in Surgery* Jack A. Pritchard, M.D. Chair in Obstetrics and Gynecology* C. Vincent Prothro Distinguished Chair in Human Nutrition Research* Laurel and Gary F. Purdue, M.D. Chair in Burn Care* Alfred L. and Muriel B. Rabiner Distinguished Academic Chair for Mineral Metabolism Biotechnology Research* Audre and Bernard Rapoport Chair in Cardiovascular Research

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Audre and Bernard Rapoport Distinguished Chair in Clinical Care and Research* Audre Newman Rapoport Distinguished Chair in Pediatric Endocrinology* Jack Reynolds, M.D. Chair in Radiology* Riggs Family Chair in Emergency Medicine* Clifton and Betsy Robinson Chair in Biomedical Research* Rosewood Corporation Chair in Biomedical Science* Drs. Cynthia and John Rutherford Distinguished Chair in Hematology-Oncology Carolyn P. and Frank M. Ryburn, Jr. Distinguished Chair in Basic Research in Heart Disease* Frank M. Ryburn, Jr. Chair in Heart Research* Frank M. Ryburn, Jr. Distinguished Chair in Cardiothoracic Surgery and Transplantation* Elaine Dewey Sammons Chair in Pulmonary Research, in Honor of John E. Fitzgerald, M.D. Elaine Dewey Sammons Distinguished Chair in Cancer Research, in Honor of Eugene P. Frenkel, M .D. Duke Samson Chair of Neurological Surgery Charles A. and Elizabeth Ann Sanders Chair in Translational Research Loyd B. Sands Distinguished Chair in Neuroscience* J. Fred Schoellkopf, Jr. Chair in Cardiology* Charles E. and Sarah M. Seay Chair in Child Psychiatry* Sarah M. and Charles E. Seay Chair in Child Psychiatry* Sarah M. and Charles E. Seay Chair in Pediatric Infectious Diseases* Sarah M. and Charles E. Seay Chair in Pediatric Research* Sarah M. and Charles E. Seay Distinguished Chair in Cancer Research* Sarah M. and Charles E. Seay Distinguished Chair in Pediatric Medicine* Sarah M. and Charles E. Seay Distinguished Chair in Thoracic Surgery* Donald W. Seldin Distinguished Chair in Internal Medicine* William A. Sellars, M.D. and Joyce M. Sellars Distinguished Chair in Allergy and Immunology Hall and Mary Lucile Shannon Distinguished Chair in Surgery Stanton Sharp Distinguished Chair in Psychiatry* Andrea L. Simmons Distinguished Chair in Cancer Research* Annette Simmons Distinguished Chair in Breast Cancer Research* Harold C. Simmons Chair in Arthritis Research*

Lisa K. Simmons Distinguished Chair in Comprehensive Oncology* Serena S. Simmons Distinguished Chair in Cancer Immunopharmacology* Dr. Bob and Jean Smith Foundation Distinguished Chair in Neuromuscular Disease Research Jim and Norma Smith Distinguished Chair for Interventional Cardiology Lois C. A. and Darwin E. Smith Distinguished Chair in Neurological Mobility Research Lois C. A. and Darwin E. Smith Distinguished Chair in Neurological Surgery* Patricia A. Smith Distinguished Chair in Neuromuscular Disease Research, in honor of Gil Wolfe, M.D.* Ralph C. Smith, M.D. Distinguished Chair in Minimally Invasive Urologic Surgery* Dr. Ralph C. Smith Distinguished Chair in Urologic Education* Southland Financial Corporation Distinguished Chair in Geriatrics* Southwestern Ball Distinguished Chair in Nerve Regeneration Research* Charles Cameron Sprague Distinguished Chair in Biomedical Science* Charles Cameron Sprague, M.D. Chair in Clinical Oncology Charles Cameron Sprague, M.D. Chair in Medical Science* Joel B. Steinberg, M.D. Chair in Pediatrics* Vernie A. Stembridge, M.D. Distinguished Chair in Pathology* Gayle and Paul Stoffel Distinguished Chair in Cardiology Diana K. and Richard C. Strauss Distinguished Chair in Developmental Biology* Helen J. and Robert S. Strauss and Diana K. and Richard C. Strauss Chair in Pediatric Surgery* Helen J. and Robert S. Strauss and Diana K. and Richard C. Strauss Chair in Women’s Health* Roy and Christine Sturgis Chair in Biomedical Research Sweetheart Ball -Kern Wildenthal, M.D., Ph.D. Distinguished Chair in Cardiology Max L. Thomas Distinguished Chair in Molecular Pulmonary Oncology* Paul J. Thomas Chair in Medicine Dr. W. Maxwell Thomas Chair in Ophthalmology Carl J. and Hortense M. Thomsen Chair in Alzheimer’s Disease Research* Gifford O. Touchstone, Jr. and Randolph G. Touchstone Distinguished Chair in Diabetes Research* Touchstone/West Distinguished Chair in Diabetes Research* Townsend Distinguished Chair in Research on Autism Spectrum Disorders Dr. Eugene Tragus Chair in Molecular Cardiology*

Jonathan W. Uhr, M.D. Distinguished Chair in Immunology* U.S. Armed Forces Veterans Distinguished Chair for Medical Research, Honoring Robert Haley, M.D. and America’s Gulf War Veterans* Irene Wadel and Robert I. Atha, Jr. Distinguished Chair in Neurology, in Honor of Elliot Frohman, M.D., Ph.D.* Robert V. Walker, D.D.S. Chair in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery* W. Ray Wallace Distinguished Chair in Molecular Oncology Research* Walter Family Distinguished Chair in Internal Medicine in Honor of Albert D. Roberts, M.D. Warren A. Weinberg, M.D. Chair in Pediatric Neurology and Learning* Robert A. Welch Distinguished Chair in Chemistry* Robert A. Welch Distinguished Chair in Science* Carl H. Westcott Distinguished Chair in Medical Research* Jimmy Elizabeth Westcott Distinguished Chair in Pediatric Neurology Doris and Bryan Wildenthal Distinguished Chair in Medical Science* James T. Willerson, M.D. Distinguished Chair in Cardiovascular Diseases* Raymond and Ellen Willie Distinguished Chair in Cancer Research in Honor of Laverne and Raymond Willie, Sr.* Raymond and Ellen Willie Distinguished Chair in Molecular Neuropharmacology, in Honor of Harold B. Crasilneck, Ph.D.* J. D. and Maggie E. Wilson Distinguished Chair in Biomedical Research* Sam G. Winstead and F. Andrew Bell Distinguished Chair in Biochemistry* Betty and Warren Woodward Chair in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery* Orien and Jack Woolf, M.D. Distinguished Chair in Neurosurgery and Neuroangiography* James M. Wooten Chair in Cardiology* Margaret Yin Chair for the Advancement of Women Faculty* Abe (Brunky), Morris, and William Zale Distinguished Chair in Neurology*

PROFESSORSHIPS AT UT SOUTHWESTERN Arnold N. and Carol S. Ablon Professorship in Biomedical Science* American Airlines Professorship in Cancer Research* Ron Anderson, M.D. Professorship in Clinical Care and Education at Parkland Memorial Hospital Anesthesiology Alumni Professorship Dr. Charles T. Ashworth Professorship in Pathology* Carolyn R. Bacon Professorship in Medical Science and Education Walter M. and Helen D. Bader Professorship in Arthritis and Autoimmune Disease Research*


GIFT SUMMARY: ENDOWMENTS Baldridge Family Professorship in Internal Medicine and Preventive Care Barrett Family Professorship in Cancer Research Frederic C. Bartter Professorship in Vitamin D Research* Carla and Paul Bass Professorship in Medical Education Honoring Charles C. Sprague, M.D. Harry W. Bass, Jr. Professorship in Pediatric Education Joan and Dr. George Bayoud Professorship in General Surgery BeautiControl Cosmetics, Inc. Professorship in Mineral Metabolism and Osteoporosis* Birsner Family Professorship in Neurological Surgery* Pam Blumenthal Distinguished Professorship in Clinical Psychology* Dr. Fred Bonte Professorship in Radiology* Alvin (Bud) Brekken Professorship in Obstetrics and Gynecology* Dick and Martha Brooks Professorship in Nerve Growth Research* Dr. Fred S. Brooksaler Professorship in Pediatrics* Patti Bell Brown Professorship in Biochemistry Mr. and Mrs. Bruce G. Brookshire Professorship in Medicine* David Bruton, Jr. Professorship in Clinical Cancer Research* Lydia Bryant Test Distinguished Professorship in Psychiatric Research II William M. and Gay Burnett Professorship for Arthritis Research* Cissy and W. Plack Carr Jr. Professorship in Medical Education W. B. Carrell Professorship of Orthopaedic Surgery* Peggy Chavellier Professorship for Arthritis Research and Treatment* John H. Childers, M.D. Professorship in Pathology* Children’s Cancer Fund Distinguished Professorship in Pediatric Oncology Research* G. Patrick Clagett, M.D. Professorship in Vascular Surgery* Fredric L. Coe Professorship in Nephrolithiasis Research in Mineral Metabolism* James M. Collins Professorship in Biomedical Research Mary M. Conroy Professorship in Kidney Disease Rody P. Cox, M.D., MACP Professorship in Internal Medicine Nadine and Tom Craddick Professorship in Medical Education* Barbara Crittenden Professorship in Cancer Research* Trammell Crow Professorship in Neurosurgery* Beth and Marvin C. (Cub) Culbertson Professorship in Pediatric Otolaryngology*

Peter and Jean D. Dehlinger Professorship in Biomedical Science* Distinguished Professorship in Drug and Alcohol Abuse Research* Kenney Marie Dixon-Pickens Distinguished Professorship in Multiple Sclerosis Research* Seymour Eisenberg Distinguished Professorship in Geriatric Medicine* Frank C. Erwin, Jr. Professorship in Obstetrics and Gynecology* Ginny and John Eulich Professorship in Autism Spectrum Disorders Distinguished Professorship in Exercise Sciences* Fisher Family Professorship in Women’s Mental Health Studies Patricia Duniven Fletcher Distinguished Professorship in Gynecological Oncology* John S. Fordtran, M.D. Professorship in Calcium Research* Daniel W. Foster, M.D. Professorship in Medical Ethics Carla Cocke Francis Professorship in Alzheimer’s Research Charles and Peggy Galvin Professorship in Physical Medicine Jose Garcia, M.D. Professorship in Internal Medicine Mark and Jane Gibson Distinguished Professorship in Cancer Research Stanley Gilbert, M.D. Professorship in Family Practice* A. J. Gill Professorship of Pathology* Gillette Professorship in Obstetrics and Gynecology* Wesley Gilliland Professorship in Biomedical Research John Lawrence and Patsy Louise Goforth Distinguished Professorship in Pathology* Arthur Grollman Professorship in Obstetrics and Gynecology* Dr. Scott M. Grundy Distinguished Professorship in Human Nutrition* L. Ruth Guy, Ph.D. Professorship in Medical Laboratory Sciences Rose Mary Haggar Professorship in Urology* Nancy S. and Jeremy L. Halbreich Professorship in Gastroenterology Nancy and Jeremy Halbreich, Susan and Theodore Strauss Professorship in Cardiology Bonnie Bell Harding Professorship in Biochemistry Ruth S. Harrell Professorship in Medical Research* Alfred W. Harris, M.D. Professorship in Cardiology Margaret D. Harris Professorship in Alzheimer’s Research* Toni and Timothy P. Hartman Professorship in Medicine* Graydon Heartsill Professorship in Medical Science* Drs. Malone V. Hill & John W. Pate Professorship in Family Medicine

L. David Hillis, M.D. Professorship in Clinical Research in Cardiology* J. B. Howell Professorship of Melanoma Education and Detection* M. R. and E. Hudson Foundation Professorship in Radiology in Honor of Edward E. Christensen, M.D.* M. T. “Pepper” Jenkins Professorship in Anesthesiology* Rusty Kelley Professorship in Medical Science* Frank H. Kidd, Jr., M.D. Distinguished Professorship in Surgery* Dr. Jack Krohmer Professorship in Radiation Physics* Robert W. Lackey Professorship in Physiology* Luis Leib, M.D. Professorship in Obstetrics and Gynecology* Jacob Lemann, M.D. Professorship in Calcium Transport* Lowe Foundation Professorship in Pediatric Critical Care Research Lowe Foundation Professorship in Pediatric Neuro-Oncology T. C. Lupton Family Professorship in Patient Care, in Honor of Dr. John Dowling McConnell and Dr. David Andrew Pistenmaa George L. MacGregor Professorship in Pediatrics Maclin Family Distinguished Professorship in Medical Science, in Honor of Dr. Roy A. Brinkley Willis C. Maddrey, M.D. Distinguished Professorship in Liver Disease* Rosalee G. and James M. McConnell Professorship in Alzheimer’s Disease Research Robert McLemore Professorship in Medical Science* Zora Meagher Macular Degeneration Research Professorship Paul & Betty Meek-FINA Professorship in Molecular Immunology* Miller Family Professorship in Neuro-Oncology Philip O’Bryan Montgomery, Jr., M.D. Professorship in Surgical Pathology* Charles B. Mullins, M.D. Professorship in Clinical Practice and Teaching in Cardiology* Nearburg Family Professorship in Pediatric Oncology Research* Annie and Willie Nelson Professorship in Stem Cell Research* Once Upon a Time Foundation Professorship in Pediatric Neurologic Diseases* Elizabeth Thaxton and Ellis Batten Page Professorship in Cardiac Electrophysiology Research Laura Kim Pak Professorship in Mineral Metabolism Research* Wechun Pak Professorship in Bone Biophysics* Robert W. Parkey, M.D. Distinguished Professorship in Radiology*

Parkland Community Medicine Professorship Mary Quincy Parsons and Kelsey Louise Wright Professorship in Mitochondrial Disease Research* John W. and Rhonda K. Pate Professorship* Robert B. and Virginia Payne Professorship in Oncology* Elizabeth H. Penn Professorship in Clinical Psychology John P. Perkins, Ph.D. Distinguished Professorship in Biomedical Science* Malcolm O. Perry, M.D. Professorship in Surgery* Jan and Bob Pickens Distinguished Professorship in Medical Science, in Memory of Jerry Knight Rymer and Annette Brannon Rymer, and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Pickens Jean Ann Plitt Professorship in Breast Cancer Research Doris E. Porter Professorship in Physical Therapy* George and Carol Poston Professorship in Breast Cancer Research* A. Kenneth Pye Professorship in Cancer Research* Drs. Anne and George Race Professorship of Student Psychiatry Drs. George and Anne Race Distinguished Professorship in Pathology George and Anne Race Alumni Professorship in History Floyd C. Rector, Jr., M.D. Professorship in Acid-Base Regulation* Lilllian B. and Tom B. Rhodes Professorship in Stem Cell Research* Dr. John L. and Louise Roan Professorship in Family Medicine* Mary Nell and Ralph B. Rogers Professorship in Immunology* Rod J. Rohrich, M.D. Distinguished Professorship in Wound Healing and Plastic Surgery Ed and Sue Rose Distinguished Professorship in Neurology* Eva A. Rosenthal Professorship in Internal Medicine, in Honor of Gary Reed, M.D.* Dr. Bill Ross Professorship in Family Practice* Ruff Family Distinguished Professorship in Wound Healing Research Jay P. Sanford Professorship in Infectious Diseases* Hortense L. and Morton H. Sanger Professorship in Oncology Lorraine Sulkin Schein Endowed Distinguished Professorship in Microbial Pathogenesis Donald W. Seldin Professorship in Clinical Investigation* Dr. J. B. Shelmire Professorship in Dermatology* Thomas L. Shields, M.D. Professorship in Dermatology* George A. and Nancy P. Shutt Professorship in Medical Science*

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GIFT SUMMARY: ENDOWMENTS Sinor/Pritchard (Katy Sinor and Kay Pritchard) Professorship in Medical Education Honoring Donald W. Seldin, M.D. H. Lloyd and Willye V. Skaggs Professorship in Medical Research* Edwin Ide Smith, M.D. Professorship in Pediatric Surgery* Jackie and Charles Solomon Professorship in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment in Honor of Elizabeth Naftalis, M.D.* Martha Steiner Professorship in Medical Research* Paul T. Stoffel/Centex Professorship in Clinical Care* Diana and Richard C. Strauss Professorship in Biomedical Research* Helen and Robert S. Strauss Professorship in Pediatric Neurology* Helen J. and Robert S. Strauss Professorship in Urology* Theodore H. Strauss Professorship in Neuro-Oncology J. Wayne Streilein, M.D. Professorship in Immunology* Lydia Bryant Test Distinguished Professorship in Psychiatric Research II* John C. Vanatta, III, Professorship Irene Wadel and Robert Atha, Jr. Professorship of Internal Medicine, in Honor of John W. Burnside, M.D.* Irene Wadel and Robert I. Atha, Jr. Professorship in Ophthalmology in Honor of R. Wayne Bowman, M.D. Walsdorf Professorship in Geriatrics Research* Kern Wildenthal, M.D., Ph.D. Distinguished Professorship of Pediatric Research Kern and Marnie Wildenthal President’s Research Council Professorship in Medical Science* Henry M. Winans Visiting Professorship in Medicine Hansjoerg Wyss Distinguished Professorship in Orthopaedic Trauma* Dr. Morris Ziff Distinguished Professorship in Rheumatology*

SPECIAL FUNDS Wilhelmina and Edward Ackerman Endowment Fund Annelle Ahmed Faculty Scholar Award* R. B. Albaugh Fund Susan H. Albritton in Memory of Jane W. and James D. Heldt Research Fund Kenneth Z. Altshuler Fund for Psychiatric Education* Ruth and Ken Altshuler Fund for Clinical Psychiatry, in Honor of Dr. Eric Nestler Shirley G. and Norman Alweis Endowment Fund for Vision Lana and Barry Andrews Fund for Neurological Surgery * Anonymous Endowment Fund for Neuroscience Professor Arlene Ard Fund Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Atkiss Fund

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Dr. and Mrs. Eldridge F. Avery Student/ Alumni Endowment Fund* Bank One Fund for Molecular Research Bill and Alice Barnett Fund for Research in Alzheimer’s Disease by UT Southwestern Faculty* The Frederic C. Bartter Fund for Young Investigators* Fouad A. Bashour Cardiology Endowment Fund* Basic Neuroscience Enhancement Endowment Carla and Paul Bass Community Medicine Fund* Paul M. Bass, Jr. Fund for Clinical Cardiology Baylor Medical Alumni Library Association* Bernice Beaty Endowment* Dr. W. Robert Beavers Endowed Fund for Family Studies Julie and Louis A. Beecherl, Jr. Fund, in Honor of Kern Wildenthal, M.D., Ph.D. Gil J. Besing Fund Blanton Fund for ALS Research Patricia Alford Box Fund for Leukemia Research Jesse B. Brittain Memorial Fund* Jean Ann and Steve Brock Fund for Medical Science Alma B. Brown Fund Kinsler Williamson Brown Fund Ralph and Bernice Brown Fund Verlene K. and James D. Brown, Jr. Fund for Lung Cancer Programs, in Honor of Drs. Hak Choy, J. Michael DiMaio, Jonathan E. Dowell, and David Pistenmaa* William M. and Gay Burnett Fund for Arthritis Research* Cain Foundation Endowment Fund Cain Foundation Fund, in Honor of Kern Wildenthal, M.D., Ph.D. Effie and Wofford Cain Conference Center* Effie Marie and Wofford Cain Endowed Clinical Research Program* Effie Marie Cain Research Scholar* Lillian and James Cain Endowment in Hearing Loss* Lillian and James Cain Endowment in Vision Loss* Patricia H. and J. Donald Capra Endowed Fund in Allied Health Sciences Care of the Elderly Endowment* Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Carllson Fund for Pulmonary Disease Research Ben H. and Betty Dupree Carpenter Endowment for Cardiovascular Research* Amon G. Carter Foundation Fund for Ovarian Cancer Research Dianne Cash Research Fund Nathan and Marie Cedars Research Fund for Hemolytic Anemia* Center for Human Nutrition Endowment Fund* Frances and Louis Cerf Memorial Cardiology Fund

Chi Omega Endowment for Mobile Health Screenings* Elloine and William H. Clark III Fund for Scholars in Alzheimer’s Disease* William P. Clements, Jr. Medical Excellence Fund Clinical Initiatives Fund* Clinical Psychology Fund* Clara and Leo Corrigan Endowment* Berry R. Cox Family Foundation Fund for Brain Health Jean Holland Craver Fund for Diabetes Research Lanham and Edythe Croley Cancer Research Fund* Frank M. Crossen Family Medical Research Fund* Crow Family Fund, in Honor of Kern Wildenthal, M.D., Ph.D. Crystal Charity Ball Collaborative Program for Pediatric Brain Injuries Crystal Charity Ball Coordinated Program in Autism Crystal Charity Ball Program for the Prevention of Complications in Children with Down Syndrome Dallas Heart Ball Fund for Pediatric Cardiology Research Lyra B. and Edwin R. Daniels Fund, Honoring Marnie Wildenthal and UT Southwestern Wives Joe M. and Doris R. Dealey Family Memorial Endowment Fund Dedman Family Fund, in Honor of Kern Wildenthal, M.D., Ph.D. Darwin Deason Fund for Prostate Cancer Research Decherd Family Fund for Medical Research Dedman Family Endowed Program for Scholars in Clinical Care Charron and Peter Denker Fund for Medical Excellence, in Honor of Steven Leach, M.D. Development and Evaluation of Model Community Health Initiatives in Dallas Terrence Dean Dreyer Endowment Fund for Liver Research Abbie K. Dreyfuss Memorial Fund J. R. Elliott III Family Fund Emergency Medicine Fund Endowed Scholars Fund for Autism Research Wendy and Thomas J. Engibous Fund, in Honor of Kern Wildenthal, M.D., Ph.D. Jeannette S. Eppler Endowment Fund Roy Gene and Pamela Evans Foundation Fund Excellence in Education Foundation* Bobbie and Leo Fields Family Fund Texana Fisher Research Fund Peter H. Fitzgerald Scholar in Business Affairs* The Gayden Family Foundation Fund Mike and Grace Florence Fund E. E. Fogelson and Greer Garson Endowed Scholars Fund E. E. “Buddy” and Greer Garson Fogelson Fund

David G. and Mary Ellen Fox Fund for Research in Neurological Diseases Dr. Everett C. Fox Endowment Fund Dr. Eugene Frenkel Research Fund* Mauricia and Charles Fugitt Family Fund* Fund for the Center for Basic Neuroscience* Lawrence H. and Gladys S. Gahagan Fund for Medical Research Norman F. Gant Research Fund in Obstetrics and Gynecology* Greer Garson Gala Endowment Fund for Parkinson’s Disease Research* The Gayden Family Foundation Fund Adi and Celia Gazdar Fund in Translational Cancer Research Basil Georges Medical Research Fund* Mark and Jane Gibson Fund for Cancer Research Gertrude Gillespie Fund for Biomedical Research* Gertrude Gillespie Fund for Medical Science* W. F. Gillespie and C. L. Miller Fund for Geriatrics Research Lisa and Sandy Gottesman Fund in honor of Karla and Liener Temerlin* Bishop Charles V. Grahmann Endowment for Indigent Health Care* Cecil H. and Ida Green Comprehensive Center for Molecular, Computational and Systems Biology* Cecil H. and Ida Green Endowed Scholar in Biomedical Computational Science* Arthur Grollman Visiting Professorship in Experimental Medicine* Irwin and Irma Grossman Research Fund for Type I Diabetes* Adelaide C. Grunnah Fund Dennis Allen Guild Research Fund* Robert Lee and Martha Dee Guthrie Fund for Alzheimer’s Disease Rosann and Richard Gutman Fund for Clinical Excellence and Career Enhancement Elizabeth Haaland, M.D. Endowed Fund for Clinical Care in Dermatology Elizabeth Haaland, M.D. and Gerard Noteboom, M.D. Endowed Medical Scientist Training Program Scholarship Fund Haberecht Family Fund, in Honor of Kern Wildenthal, M.D., Ph.D. Rolf and Ute Haberecht Dean’s Endowment for SGS and the Wild Hare Program* Dilworth Hager Clinical Fellowship Fund Ed Haggar Family Foundation Heart Research Fund* Dr. Calvin Hannah Fund Hallie G. and S. T. Harris Fund, in Honor of Kern Wildenthal, M.D., Ph.D. Pinta Huff Harris Fund for Cancer and Mental Health Research Ms. Linda W. Hart and Mr. Milledge A. Hart III Fund, in Honor of Kern Wildenthal, M.D., Ph.D. Hawn Foundation Fund for Innovations in Medicine


GIFT SUMMARY: ENDOWMENTS Hawn Foundation Fund for Molecular Medicine Alline Tucker Hayes Fund for Brain Behavioral Sciences HBK Investments Fund for Medical Research Jon Heighton Scholar in Autism Research Jane W. Heldt Endowment Fund Jane W. Heldt Endowment Fund for Cancer Research Ruby Hexter Fund for Diabetes Research Lyda Hill Endowment for Systems Biology* Lyda Hill Fund Hillcrest Foundation Fund for BioBehavioral Brain Science Roger and Dorothy Hirl Research Fund* Hoblitzelle Foundation Fund for Bio-Behavioral Brain Science Adelyn and Edmund M. Hoffman Endowment for Excellence in Osteoporosis Research* Dr. George E. Holladay Ophthalmology Library Fund, Honoring Dr. John Lynn* David Holland Fund for Urology Research Holley-Franklin Medical Research Trust Fund Horchow Family Fund for Endowed Scholars in Pediatrics* Carolyn P. Horchow Fund for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation* Carolyn P. and S. Roger Horchow Research Fund* Sarah Dorsey Hudson Endowment Fund J. L. and Sydney Huffines Fund J. L. Huffines Cancer Research Fund, in Honor of Dr. Eugene Frenkel Human Nutrition Clinical Research Fellowships* Human Nutrition Clinical Research Scholars Endowment Fund* Human Nutrition Core Lab* Hassie Hunt Endowed Fund in Medical Research* Thomas M. Hunt Fund Gayle Ann Wheeless Hysinger Endowment Fund Maurice Jameson Fund for Research of Macular Degeneration Maurice Jameson Fund for Research of Scleroderma John R. Johnson Memorial Fund for Cancer Research* Russell and Berneice C. Johnson Memorial Endowment Fund for Support of Mineral Metabolism Research Ellwood Jones Fund for Internal Medicine Dixie S. Jones Foundation Fund for Pediatric Care* Margaret Jonsson Family Fund Edmund J. and Louise W. Kahn Endowed Scholars Fund Edmund J. and Louise W. Kahn Memorial Endowment Fund Lydia Karcher Fund for Medical Excellence*

Dorothy Faye Holt Kimsey Fund in Oncology, in Honor of Dr. Barbara Haley Carl B. and Florence E. King Foundation Endowed Fund Carl B. and Florence E. King Foundation Endowed Fund in Alzheimer’s Disease Fredric King Family Endowment for Liver Disease* Mary Frances King Fund for Cancer Research Rollin and Mary Ella King Fund for Research and Treatment of Liver Diseases The William F. and Grace H. Kirkpatrick Endowment Fund* Stacey and Donald Kivowitz Fund for Urology Jimmie LaFollette Fund for Medical Research Lancaster Family Fund in Gastroenterology* Forrest C. Lattner Foundation Fund for Research in Affective Disorders* Lawson and Rogers Lacy Research Fund Cardiovascular Diseases* Royce Laycock, M.D. Fund in Surgery* Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Leake Fund for Research in ALS* Dorothy Lee, M.D. Pathology Research Endowment Fund* Dorothy Lee, M.D. and Phoebe Tippie Hearing Impairment Research Endowment Fund* Virginia and Edward Linthicum Endowment Fund for Leukemia Research Virginia and Edward Linthicum Endowed Scholars Fund in Leukemia Lone Star Paralysis Foundation Fund W. P. and Bulah Luse Fund Willis C. Maddrey, M.D. Endowed Fund for Clinical and Basic Research in Hepatology* George Dixon Mahon, Jr. Fund William K. Manning Endowment Fund for Research in Emphysema* Herbert Marcus, Sr. Fund Jeffrey A. and Nancy Cain Marcus Scholars in Medical Research, in Honor of Dr. Bill Vowell Nancy Wiener Marcus Fellowship in Gastroenterology in Honor of Dr. Mack Mitchell Solomon B. Margolin Fund for Cancer Research Lucille P. Markey Basic Medical Research Fund* David M. Marshall Fund, in Honor of Dr. John Bagwell Watt Matthews Memorial Fund Mary Olive McClendon and Robert W. McClendon Endowment Fred and Louise McClurkin Fund John D. McConnell, M.D. Hospital Fund Mrs. Eloise McCullough Arthritis Research Fund* Eugene McDermott Fund Ella McFadden Charitable Trust Fund

Shirley and William S. McIntyre Foundation Fund Sara and Frank McKnight Fund for Research in Biochemistry L. B. Meaders Fund Medary Fund for Diabetes Paul P. and Dorothy H. Middleton Fund Molecular Research Endowment Fund* Deborah and William A. “Tex” Moncrief Fund, in Honor of Kern Wildenthal, M.D., Ph.D. Senator John T. Montford Fund for Alzheimer’s Disease Research* Mary and Wm. S. (Monty) Montgomery, Jr. Fund for Neurological Research* D. J. Moody Fund for Scleroderma Research Kay Y. Moran Fund Robert H. Munger Fund for Internal Medicine Frances C. Munir Memorial Fund Lupe Murchison Foundation Endowed Scholars Fund Sammye G. and Michael A. Myers Fund for Medical Science Nearburg Family Fund for Basic and Clinical Research in Pediatric Oncology* Neuroscience Faculty Endowment Fund* Norsworthy-Holly Corporation Fund for Medical Excellence North Texas March of Dimes Birth Defects Fund* Gerard Noteboom, M.D. Endowed Fund for Clinical Care in Pathology Gerard Noteboom, M.D. Endowed Fund for Stem Cell Research William D. and Marilyn Oates Endowment Fund M. J. Orleans Fund Leonard D. Ormsby Medical School Endowment Fund* Reece A. Overcash, Jr. Cancer Fund Reece A. Overcash, Jr. Fund for Cancer Research* Evelyn L. Overton Hematology Oncology Research Fund Pak Center: Biotechnology Support Fund* Pak Center: Mineral Metabolism Academic Enrichment Fund* Pak Center: Paramedical Education Fund* Fund for the Charles and Jane Pak Center for Mineral Metabolism and Clinical Research* Ben and Selma Parrill Endowment Fund in Cardiology, in Honor of Dr. Sharon Reimold Flora Miller Parrill Award Fund Ben and Selma Parrill Endowment Fund in General Internal Medicine, in Honor of Dr. Gary Reed Diane and James Pasant Fund Pediatric Cancer Research Fund* Nancy P. and John G. Penson Fund in Urology, in Honor of Claus Roehrborn, M.D. Perot Foundation Fund, in Honor of Kern Wildenthal, M.D., Ph.D.

Boone and Nelda Pickens Endowment Fund for Cardiology Boone Pickens Fund for Cancer Research and Treatment, in Honor of Dr. Eugene Frenkel T. Boone Pickens Fund for Medical Excellence Alan K. Pierce, M.D. Fund for Fellows in Pulmonary Medicine* Mary Nell Plumhoff Fund for Alzheimer’s Research Rufus C. Porter Research Fund Ruby A. K. and Lester T. Potter Fund Howard Earl Rachofsky Foundation Fund for Research in Neurological Disease* Judy Sinclair Radman Neuro-Oncology Research Fund Shirley Reach Radiation Oncology Endowment* Walter Reddick Endowment Fund* Ronald Reeder Foundation Fund for Medical Research and Care Research Challenge Pool Endowment Fund* Frances Rethmeier Endowment Fund for Alzheimer’s Disease Research Wendy and Emery Reves International Biennial Breast Cancer Symposium Fund* Rosemary and John Rhea, Jr. Fund in Alzheimer’s Disease Research and Treatment Frank K. Ribelin Fund, in Honor of Kern Wildenthal, M.D., Ph.D. Frank K. Ribelin Fund for Urology, in Honor of Ganesh V. Raj The David A. Ridley Fund for Liver Disease Research* John A. and Ruth S. Ritter Memorial Fund for Cancer Research Jeanne Roberts Fund for Research and Treatment of Liver Disease Edgar A. Robinson Family Fund in Cancer Research, in Honor of Eugene Frenkel, M.D. Michael E. Rooney Cancer Award* Rowling Family Endowment Fund* Saul I. Ruman Parkinson Research Fund C. B. Sacher Memorial Medical Library Endowment Fund* Farah H. Sahliyeh Neurological Research Fund Elaine D. and Charles A. Sammons Fund* John Bunker Sands Fund for Cancer Research, Honoring Dr. Eugene P. Frenkel* Morton H. and Hortense L. Sanger Endowment Donald Schenk, M.D. Endowed Fund for Education, Research and Clinical Care Jeanne Fields Shelby Cancer Research Fund* Jeanne Fields Shelby Scholarship Fund for Medical Students* Lorraine Sulkin Schein Fund for Medical Education for the Division of Geriatrics Pat and Pete Schenkel Fund for Ophthalmology Scholars in Medical Research*

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GIFT SUMMARY: ENDOWMENTS Bette C. Schuttler Fund for Cancer and Alzheimer’s Research Sarah M. and Charles E. Seay Endowed Fund for Research on Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries in Children Ken and Bianca Sharma Endowment Fund Doyle L. Sharp, M.D. Trust Fund Dr. Jimmy Shiu Research Fund Shutt Family Fund Elizabeth Sloan and Kaydee Sloan UTSW Endowment Fund Dr. Ralph C. Smith Fund for Urology* Ellen and Robert Solender Fund William T. and Gay F. Solomon Fund for the Division of General Internal Medicine Southwestern Academy of Teachers Endowment Fund* Southwestern Medical School Alumni Association Lifetime Gifts Endowment Fund* Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sparkman Fund Spears Breast Cancer Research Fund Charles C. Sprague, M.D. Fund Special Fund for Scholars in Medical Research* Elmer E. Stalcup Fund* Phyllis and Ron Steinhart Fund Robert S. Sternberg Endowment Fund for Emergency Cardiac Care* Eleanor Pierce Stevens Fund for Alzheimer’s Disease Research Wilma Sprague Stewart Memorial Endowment Fund St. John Fund for Ophthalmology St. Paul Capital for the Indigent Endowment* Annette Strauss Neuro-Oncology Fund Diana K. and Richard C. Strauss Fund for Medical Excellence, in Honor of Willis C. Maddrey, M.D. Sweetheart Ball Fund for Basic Research in Molecular Cardiology* R. L. Tayloe Endowment Fund James William Taylor, Jr. Family Research Fund in Honor of Dr. J. Michael DiMaio* Giles D. and Emily J. Thomas Medical Foundation Fund James Cleo Thompson Bladder Cancer Research Fund Peggy Thompson Fund in Mineral Metabolism* C. J. Thomsen Fund* TI Endowed Scholars Program in Advanced Imaging Technologies* Lawrence L. and Terry P. Tobin FundLiver Disease Research, in Honor of Dr. William Lee Jake Tobolowsky Visiting Professorship in Psychiatry, in Memory of Helen B. Tobolowsky and in Honor of Dr. David M. Tobolowsky* Transcription Endowment Fund* Julius and Louise Truelson Fellowship Fund in Mineral Metabolism* Mr. and Mrs. Guy Vince Fund

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Elisabeth Reed Wagner Fund for Research and Clinical Care in Neurofibromatosis and Cardiothoracic Surgery Kent Waldrep Fund for Clinical Research in Spinal Cord Injury* Anne Marie and Thomas B. Walker, Jr. Fund for Clinical Research for New Treatments for Breast Cancer Anne Marie and Thomas B. Walker, Jr. Fund for Research in Macular Degeneration of the Retina Bea and Ray Wallace Fund for Endowed Scholars in Urologic Disease, in Honor of John McConnell, M.D. Pauline Wallace Memorial Endowment Fund for Alzheimer’s Research Walne Family Trust Fund for Alzheimer’s Disease Research Jean H. and John T. Walter, Jr. Program for Postdoctoral Training and Mentoring in Breast Cancer John R. and Mary A. Watson Endowment Fund for Cancer Research, in Honor of Eugene Frenkel, M.D. William L. Watson, M.D. and Patricia Watson Southwestern Academy of Teachers Fund* Bradley Wayne Fund Pauline Weinberger Endowment Fund Donell and Phillip Wiggins Fund for Neurosurgery Kern and Marnie Wildenthal Family Fund/ Eugene McDermott Foundation Kern Wildenthal, M.D., Ph.D. Fund for Medical Science J. McDonald and Ellen Williams Fund for Medical Care and Services Mr. and Mrs. Joel T. Williams, Jr. Fund Dr. Otis Lawrence Williams Memorial Fund for Cancer Research* Ethel M. Wilson Memorial Fund George A. Wilson Memorial Fund Michael H. Winter Fund for Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation* Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Womack Fund J. M. Wood Foundation Fund Betty Reed Woodward Endowment* D. K. and Mary Lee T. Woodward/UT Southwestern Medical School Special Projects Fund* Dudley K. and Mary Lee Woodward 1978 Trust* Harriet L. Worsham Fund for Alzheimer’s Disease Research Nancy N. Wu Fund for Anesthesiology Donald and Barbara Zale Services Award Fund Henry Zigenbein Memorial Fund*

LECTURESHIPS AT UT SOUTHWESTERN Fouad A. and Val Imm Bashour Fund for Distinguished Visiting Lecturers in Physiology* David G. Beddow Memorial Lectureship* Dr. Michael Bennett Lecture in Immunopathology* Lyman E. Bilhartz, M.D. AOA Lecture Series*

Rupert Everett Billingham, Ph.D. Fund for Visiting Lecturers in Cell Biology* Albert Blakes, M.D. Melanoma Lectureship Endowment* I. G. Bromberg Memorial Visiting Professorship* Burlington Northern Fund-Visiting Lectureship in Trauma* Norman W. Carter Lecture Series Fund in Nephrology A.L. Chilton Visiting Lectureship in Biochemistry Lillian B. Clark Lecture Series in Mineral Metabolism* Dr. Burton Combes Lecture Series in Hepatology* Larry Duffy Lecture Series Fund* Daniel W. Foster, M.D. Fund for Visiting Lecturers in Medical Ethics Dr. Everett C. Fox Endowment Fund David L. Garbers, Ph.D. Annual Lecture in Biomedical Science* Adi Gazdar, M.D. Annual Lectureship in Translational Medicine Olin Wellborn Gibbons Surgical Lectureship Endowment* Seymour Gostin Endowment Fund for Lectures in Ophthalmology* L. Ruth Guy Lectureship* Pamela Hearn Isom Fund for Lecturers in Hematology/Oncology* Robert L. Johnson, Jr., M.D. Lectureship in Internal Medicine* Phillip R. Jonsson Visiting Professorship Ray and Robert Kroc Lectureship in Rheumatology* Luis Leib, M.D. Ob/Gyn Lectureship Endowment* Dr. S. Z. Levine Visiting Lectureship for Pediatrics* Vera and Forrest Lumpkin Surgical Memorial Lectureship* John R. Lynn, M.D. Lecture Series in Ophthalmology C.H. and Carol Maroney Lectureship in Neuro-Oncology* Morton F. Mason Lectureship* William L. Meyerhoff, M.D., Ph.D. Lecture Series Fund in OtolaryngologyHead and Neck Surgery* Ludwig A. Michael Visiting Professorship in Otolaryngology Sam H. Phillips, Jr., M.D. Visiting Professorship in Diabetes, in Honor of Dr. Jack Edwards and Dr. Billy B. Oliver Sam H. Phillips, Jr., M.D. Visiting Professorship in Endocrinology, in Honor of Dr. Sam Marynick Sam H. Phillips, Jr., M.D. Visiting Professorship in Surgery, in Honor of Dr. David Vanderpool and Dr. Jim Carrico Charles A. and Elizabeth A. Sanders and Harold Barefoot Sanders Fund for Distinguished Professors in Medical Jurisprudence William D. Seybold Lecture Series in Surgery*

William H. Snyder, III, M.D. Lectureship* Nancy J. Solana Lectureship in Medical Humanities Robert S. Sparkman Lecture Series in Surgery* S. Edward Sulkin Endowment Fund for Visiting Professors Dr. Alvin Taurog Lecture Series Fund in Pharmacology* Arthur G. Weinberg, M.D. Lectureship in Pediatric and Development Pathology* Carol F. Zimmerman, M.D. Lecture Series in Neuro-Ophthalmology*

SCHOLARSHIPS AT UT SOUTHWESTERN Anonymous Scholarship James Harbert Bain Family Memorial Scholarship Fund* Laurence Baker Memorial Scholarship Fund* Marge Barre Society Fund for Scholarships in Physical Therapy* Belkin Scholarship Fund* William F. and Peggy W. Bockhoff Scholarship Fund* Robert Erik Boehning Scholarship Fund* David Bruton, Jr. Medical Scientist Scholarship Fund* Felicia Cain Fellowship in Urology* Dr. Janet Caldwell Fellowship Fund in Pathology Dr. E. H. Cary Scholarship Fund Francis Evans Chubb Scholarship Fund* Dr. Anson Clark Fund* Martha and Robert Click Scholarship Fund Clinical Nutrition Alumni and Faculty Scholarship Fund Martha W. Coleman, M.D. Scholarship Fund* Frances B. Conroy Scholarship Fund Dorothy R. Cullum Scholarship Fund Dorothy R. Cullum Scholarship, in Memory of Harry A. Shuford John A. DeKrey, M.D. Scholarship Fund* Carol and Robert Eberhart Endowed Scholarship in Engineering in the Clinical Sciences* Edmund Eickenroht Scholarship Fund* Estill Foundation Scholarship Fund Bruce Fallis Scholarship Fund in Pathology* Fred F. Florence Scholarship Fund Alfred and Mabel Gilman Memorial Scholarship Fund* Eliot Goldings Fund* Felix B. and Josephine I. Goldman Trust Guy-Evans Scholarship for Health Professions* Leland Fikes Scholarship Fund Dilworth Hager Clinical Fellowship Fund Jake and Nancy Hamon Endowment Fund David Crockett Harper, M.D. Scholarship Fund Bill Hauser, M.D. Scholarship Fund* Charlyne and Bill Henslee Scholarship Fund


GIFT SUMMARY: ENDOWMENTS John F. Hickman, M.D. Award Fund Clarence Thomas Hill, Jr., M.D. Scholarship Fund* A. G. Hilley Scholarship Fund Dr. Yiu Kee Ho Memorial Scholarship* Leone V. Hopper Medical Scholarship Fund* Class of ‘98 Shannon Neville Houghton Memorial Scholarship* Helen M. Jacobs Scholarship Fund Dorothy Lee, M.D. Scholarship Endowment Fund* William Edgar Lockhart, Jr., M.D. Scholarship Fund* George Edward Longshie Scholarship* Dr. J. A. Majors Scholarship Fund Mr. and Mrs. M. A. McBee Scholarship Fund Medical Center Woman’s Club Scholarship Endowment Fund* Dr. M. Hill and Dorothy Metz Scholarship Fund Carmen Miller Michael Award in Clinical Psychology Fund Philip O’Bryan Montgomery, Jr., M.D. Medical Student Scholarship Fund* Morning Star Family Foundation Scholarship Fund Joe T. Nelson Memorial Scholarship Fund* Tom Parker Scholarship Fund

Pillow Family Medical Student Scholarship Fund Shirley P. Pollock Scholarship Fund Kathryn and Ashley H. Priddy Scholarship Fund Jack and Signe Pritchard Fellowship in Maternal-Fetal Medicine* Janice Ann Proebsting Scholarship Fund* Psi Chapter of Theta Kappa Psi Scholarship Fund Rolland Reynolds, M.D. Endowment Fund* Ralph B. Rogers Scholarship Fund Harold B. and May E. Sanders Scholarship Fund Dr. John Schermerhorn Endowment Fund* Anne C. Schoellkopf Scholarship Fund Seymour and Hemphill Scholarship Fund* Earl J. Shackelford, D.O., and Earl A. Shackelford Scholarship Fund* J. W. Simmons Scholarship Fund Jay Simmons Scholarship Fund Dr. Walter Skinner Scholarship Fund Dr. Richard M. Smith Memorial Scholarship Fund Southwestern Medical Foundation Alayne and Charles C. Sprague, M.D. Scholarship Fund Vernie Stembridge, M.D. Scholarship Fund Sjoerd Steunebrink Scholarship Fund*

A Few Words About Generosity “Brilliant minds. Brilliant medicine. Giving meaning to generosity.” You’ll find those words next to our logo. They were chosen with care. Over the last 75 years, many thousands of people have played a vital role in founding, nurturing and dramatically shaping UT Southwestern through gifts made to Southwestern Medical Foundation. Today, that generosity continues to improve individual lives, to educate the next generation of doctors, to expand

Barbara Suiter Scholarship Fund S. Edward Sulkin, M.D. Scholarship Fund R. L. Tayloe Scholarship Fund John M. Thomas, M.D. Scholarship Fund UT Southwestern Medical Center Student Deposit Endowment Fund* Vanatta Scholarship Fund for AfroAmerican Students Vanatta, Hesser and Schmalsteig Excellence in Tutoring Award Helen and Juan R. Vilaro-Grau Scholarship Fund Jeffrey M. Waltner, M.D. and James D. Waltner, M.D. Scholarship Fund* Patricia and William L. Watson, Jr., M.D. Award for Excellence in Clinical Medicine* Arthur G. Weinberg, M.D. Resident Research Award Kurt Ian Wey, M.D. Award in Senior Pediatrics* Evelyn M. Whitman Scholarship Fund Paul Wikholm Memorial Scholarship Fund Marnie Wildenthal Scholarship Fund* Dr. Bryan Williams Medical Student Scholarship Fund* Dr. Bryan Williams Student-Faculty Fund* Melba R. Williams Testamentary Trust* Russell H. Wilson, M.D. Scholarship Fund* Wyndham International, Inc. Scholarship Fund

Xi of Phi Chi Benefit Association Fund Iona Young Scholarship Endowment Fund* Yuen-Tsai Family Fellowship*

SUPPORT FOR OTHER ORGANIZATIONS H. and D. Adleta Fund for Children’s Pediatric Oncology American Academy of Restorative Dentistry Trust Fund Crystal Charity Ball Fund Pediatric Brain Injuries - UTD Dental Endowment Trust Dr. Clarence M. Grigsby Memorial Fund Marion Lee Halford Fund for Children’s Medical Center Jean and George L. MacGregor Fund T. Boone Pickens Scholarship Endowment Grady Reddick Fund Lorraine Sanders Fund Lorraine Sanders Fund, in Honor of Van Alen Hollomon Henry L. and Laura H. Shoap Memorial Fund Josephine Simonson Aphasia Trust Fund Claudia Parrill Smith Pediatric Oncology Endowment Fund Spine Education Research Fund * Fully or partially held at UTIMCO

think we know – working tirelessly to turn their discoveries into the practice of brilliant medicine. Generosity did this. Generosity generates excitement about the possibilities it creates. Generosity allows for the acceleration of innovation. Generosity has the unique ability to bring fulfillment to our lives in a way that wealth and power and possessions and countless other pursuits can never hope to equal. It is the generous heart that elevates the human spirit. A generous heart that is determined to do what it can to end human suffering. To educate. To use passion to fuel new ideas guided by the instincts of great medical minds, overseen by financial discipline. In this, our 75th anniversary year, Southwestern Medical

economic development and to discover key medical insights

Foundation wants to thank the many generous hearts in

that will change our world for the better.

our community and to let you know that our continued

Through the Foundation’s support of UT Southwestern, the medical center can boast a plethora of brilliant minds.

commitment to each of you is to give meaning to generosity. Because of our donors, and the service of our Board of

From Nobel Laureates and world-renowned scientists to

Trustees, we have the privilege to enhance a legacy that will

eager young researchers and medical students pushing the

enrich the entire community, the state and the world, both

boundaries of what we know, or daring to challenge what we

today and for years to come.

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A Legacy of Giving “We only hope that through the years many of our citizens will remember the Foundation in order that human suffering can be alleviated.” – Karl Hoblitzelle, Founder BY RANDAL DAUGHERTY

In Southwestern Medical Foundation’s first half century, its impact was enhanced by generous lifetime and estate gifts from the people of Dallas. Numerous bequests received in these early years demonstrate a concern for quality health care and a vision that medical research could improve the lives of the people in this region. Two bequests were especially transformative; not only in terms of their amounts but also in the way they were structured. One bequest gave maximum latitude to the Trustees of the Foundation to use the funds as they saw fit; the other targeted an area of unlimited promise, biomedical research.

Tom and Lula Gooch Tom and Lula Gooch were dedicated to improving the health of people in Dallas and throughout Texas. Tom was affiliated with the Dallas Times Herald for more than fifty years, eventually becoming one of its owners as well as its publisher. He saw his service on the Board of Trustees of Southwestern Medical Foundation as a way to carry out his passion for alleviating human suffering. After his death, Lula continued to be involved in shared causes. A year after Tom joined the Board he announced that he had left a bequest to the Foundation, subject to a life estate for Lula. At her death, she too left a substantial bequest to the Foundation. Their combined legacies completed the work they had started together. Approximately $3 million was bequeathed to the Foundation and with it the establishment of the Tom and Lula Gooch Fund. The bequests, restricted only by the provision that the funds be used to help the people of Texas, gave the Foundation great flexibility to support the most crucial health care needs of the region. Projects funded included a $1 million gift in 1971 as part of UT Southwestern’s Phase 1 Building Campaign. In recognition, the Tom and Lula Gooch Memorial Auditorium was dedicated and stands today as a premier meeting space on campus. The Gooch Fund also contributed to the Endowed Scholars Program, which recruits the best young biomedical researchers to work at UT Southwestern. Tom and Lula Gooch left a meaningful legacy that has impacted lives for half a century after their deaths.

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Virginia Lazenby O’Hara Virginia Lazenby O’Hara was committed to making UT Southwestern’s department of biochemistry the best in the country. Described as a person of high intellectual abilities and keen perception, Ms. O’Hara, the daughter of the inventor of the Dr Pepper formula, Robert Lazenby, left a tremendous legacy that touched many Dallas charitable organizations, including Southwestern Medical Foundation. During her life, Ms. O’Hara established the Virginia Lazenby O’Hara Chair in Biochemistry at UT Southwestern. Faculty members who have held the O’Hara chair include the esteemed Dr. Ronald Estabrook, Dr. Kevin Gardner and currently Dr. Luis Rizo-Rey. In her will, Ms. O’Hara added a bequest of almost $2 million, which established the Virginia Lazenby O’Hara Fund for Research in Biochemistry (later upgraded to a Center). This fund has supported the Department of Biochemistry for decades providing resources to recruit and support outstanding young faculty, to provide travel funds for internationally known leaders in biochemistry to visit UT Southwestern and collaborate on research projects, to hold symposia, and to fund stipends for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. The impact of the generosity of Virginia Lazenby O’Hara on UT Southwestern’s research efforts cannot be overestimated. One tangible result: seven Nobel winners have UT Southwestern ties (six faculty members and one graduate student). The foresight to see the potential of biomedical research and to support it with both lifetime gifts, as well as her estate, is a wonderful testament to her vision and passion for scientific discovery.

The First Forty Years

or proximately related thereto.” 1970

Southwestern Medical Foundation and our community owes a debt of gratitude to donors who invested in the future of medicine through their estate planning. Following is a partial list, the year of their gift and the purpose for which they wished their gift to be used. For these and other gifts that have funded the progress of health care in Texas, we say a heartfelt and tremendous thank you.

Marion Ayres Guion, to create the Newton Ayres Family Fund. 1969

Kinsler W. Brown, designated “for cancer research to the extent that such research is then needed.” 1968

Josephine Holley, left a legacy of income from a trust in memory of her mother and father and her friend and physician, Dr. Floyd Franklin, “in support of research in the cause, prevention, treatment or cure of cancer.” 1967

Roberta Coke Camp, to the Foundation’s general fund. 1974 Madeline Kahn Dreyfuss, in memory of her son, Abbie K. Dreyfuss, to be used to further medical education and scientific research. 1955 Mary Hopkins Goggans, “to be used for research.” 1963 Adelaide May Grunnah, left a legacy “to be used for research into the causes, treatment and cure of diseases and afflictions incidental to the functioning of the heart and the circulatory system

Katherine D. Hannah, in memory of her husband, Dr. Calvin R. Hannah, a prominent obstetrician, to be used “for the advancement of the science of obstetrics.” 1968 John I. Hill, an unrestricted bequest. 1978

Willie Eunice Kidd, “to establish and support a professorship in surgery in honor of her son, Dr. Frank Herford Kidd, Jr.” 1976 Jack Landau, as a memorial to his sister, Ida Landau Michelson. 1957 Susie Rose Lloyd, an unrestricted bequest. 1976 George W. Loudermilk, an unrestricted bequest from his trust. 1967

Dr Pepper, the oldest major soft drink in the United States, originated in Waco in 1885. After Virginia married John O’Hara in 1919, he soon became the leader that would relocate the headquarters to Dallas and turn it into a national company.

Mrs. Louise McClurkin, an unrestricted bequest. 1956 Paul P. Middleton, to be used “primarily for research in the fields related to the cause and cure of paralysis and paralytic strokes and in fields related to paralysis and paralytic diseases.” 1978 May C. Nolte, designated for cancer research. 1964 Annie Berry Pierce, and her daughter Mary Pierce Ebie, to be used in Texas “for the alleviation of human suffering.” 1963 Ruth Spain Ritter, “to be used for the support of actual research in cancerous diseases.” 1976 Ruby T. Robertson, as a memorial to her husband, John C. Robertson. 1955 Manning B. Shannon, to be used “for the general and educational purposes of the Foundation.” 1978 Adolph Weinberger, to be used by the Pauline and Adolph Weinberger Cardiopulmonary Research Laboratory at UT Southwestern. 1974

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2013 Gifts DONORS TO SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL FOUNDATION Southwestern Medical Foundation is grateful for the gifts, pledges and other support provided by our generous donors. The following includes all gifts of $250 or more that were received by Southwestern Medical Foundation and/or The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center between January 1, 2013, and December 31, 2013.

Every effort has been made to make this list as complete and accurate as possible, but inevitably some errors or omissions may have occurred. We would appreciate receiving corrections, comments or questions. Please contact the Foundation at 214-351-6143.

$1,000,000 and above

Mr. and Mrs. William S. McIntyre IV/ Shirley & William S. McIntyre Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Meyers Moody Foundation of Galveston Lupe Murchison Foundation Muscular Dystrophy Association, Inc. Ted Nash Long Life Foundation National Multiple Sclerosis Society NCH Corporation Dr. Yukie Niwa Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation Novo Nordisk, Inc. Once Upon a Time... Dr. and Mrs. Charles Y. C. Pak/Charles Y. C. Pak Foundation Caren H. Prothro/Vin and Caren Prothro Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John B. Rogers/Ralph B. Rogers Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Rogers/Ralph B. Rogers Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William E. Rogers/Ralph B. Rogers Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Rose III/Edward W. Rose III Family Fund of The Dallas Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Routman St. Paul Medical Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sanders/Triangle Community Foundation, Inc. Mary R. Saner Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust Dr. and Mrs. Douglas P. Sinn Mr. and Mrs. William T. Solomon/William T. and Gay F. Solomon Fund of The Dallas Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Terrell Jr. Estate of Jo Ann Wells Mrs. Michael H. Winter Ivor and Mildred Wold Charitable Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wyly/Communities Foundation of Texas M.B. & Edna Zale Foundation

Anonymous (3) Children’s Medical Center of Dallas Communities Foundation of Texas David M. Crowley Foundation Lyda Hill/H. L. Hunt Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Mrs. Eugene McDermott Harry S. Moss Heart Trust Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Rogers/Ralph B. Rogers Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Rowling/ Rowling Foundation Estate of Jeanne Fields Shelby/Shelby Management Trust Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Simmons/ COAM Company The Sweetheart Ball Fund of the Communities Foundation of Texas Lydia Bryant Test Trust Carl J. Thomsen/C. J. Thomsen Separate Property Trust

$500,000-$999,999 Anonymous (1) Estate of Ruth Hovey Burnham Cain Foundation Margolin/Cox Estates and Trusts Crow Holdings, L.L.C./Harlan R. Crow Family/Stuart M. Crow Family/ Trammell S. Crow Family The Dallas Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dorfman Sr. Hoblitzelle Foundation Rust Testamentary Trust Ms. Barbara Stanfield and Dr. Samuel Y. Dorfman

$100,000-$499,999 Anonymous (7) Dr. Robert C. and Veronica Atkins Foundation Harry W. Bass Jr. Foundation/ Doris L. Bass Estate of Harvey A. Birsner Estate of Rosemarie Bouley

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Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Brierley Drs. Debra L. Caudy and Clay M. Heighten Children’s Medical Center Foundation of Texas A.L. Chilton Foundation/Mrs. F. Andrew Bell/Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Brown/ Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Harding Comcast Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Daniels The Dedman Foundation/Communities Foundation of Texas/Mrs. Robert H. Dedman/Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Dedman Jr./Patricia Dedman Nail Sue Siddons DuVall Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. English/ Kennerth C. English Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Britt L. Fair Mr. and Mrs. Vernon E. Faulconer Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Fearon Mr. and Mrs. Kent B. Foster/Kent & JoAnn Foster Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William K. Gayden/Gayden Family Foundation Genzyme Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Gibson/The Melchizedek Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Estate of Dr. Myron G. Glidewell Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Grossman Mr. and Mrs. David C. Haley Mr. and Mrs. Wallace L. Hall/Wallace L. and Sydney H. Hall Foundation Hartwell Foundation Hawn Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Joe V. Hawn Jr./Hawn Foundation, Inc./Communities Foundation of Texas Estate of Adelyn J. Hoffman S. Roger Horchow Sally Horchow Howard Hughes Medical Institute Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Johnson Mary Kay Foundation Lowe Foundation Nancy Wiener Marcus Estate of David M. Marshall Christopher D. McCauley

$25,000-$99,999 Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Ackerman/ Edward and Wilhelmina Ackerman Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William M. Addy/Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Alcon Research, Ltd. Allergan USA, Inc. Anonymous (4) Dr. Mary H. Bassett Margaret W. Beckner Charitable Remainder Unitrust Becton Dickinson and Company Archie Bennett Jr. Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Mrs. Ben R. Briggs Mr. and Mrs. Irwin J. Brown/Ike and Candy Brown Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Mason C. Brown/Mason Brown Family Foundation, Inc. Lawrence R. Burk H.E. Butt Grocery Company Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Butt Peter Bradley Carlson Charitable Trust Central Market Children’s Cancer Fund, Inc. Coastal AHEC, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Clay J. Cockerell Columbia University Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Corrigan IV/CorriganGoddard Foundation CREW Classic Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crutcher III/ Catholic Foundation CSL Behring, L.L.C. Barbara B. Cummins Estate of Mr. J. B. Daiches/Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Dale/Lawrence B. Dale Family Foundation Dallas Area Parkinsonism Society Dallas Fort Worth SECC, Community Health Charities of Texas Estate of Dr. John A. DeKrey John A. DeKrey Charitable Trust


GIF T SUMMARY: 2013 GIF TS Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Denker/Denker Foundation Charity Trust Emergency Medicine Consultants, Ltd. Eye Care Consortium of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Freeman Glut 1 Deficiency Foundation, Inc. Greenman Parker Connally Greenman, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Gutman Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy L. Halbreich Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Hallam/The Ben E. Keith Foundation Jim L. Hatcher Al G. Hill Jr. Dr. and Mrs. C. Wallace Hooser/M.R. & Evelyn Hudson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hotz William C. Huber Mr. and Mrs. Layton A. Humphrey Jr. International Mental Health Research Organization Israel-Texas Science and Education Foundation Sunil Jagwani Robert L. Jensen/Jensen Family Foundation Mary Kay, Inc. KidneyTexas, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. King/ MMK Foundation The Mary Potishman Lard Trust/Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Friedman Legacy High School Mr. and Mrs. Irvin L. Levy Mr. and Mrs. John I. Levy Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Levy Jr. LifeCell Corporation Eli Lilly and Company Mr. and Mrs. James J. Lo Bianco Gillson Longenbaugh Foundation/ Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Luth Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Macari Mr. and Mrs. S. Todd Maclin Drs. Ann Matt and Willis C. Maddrey Minnie L. Maffett Scholarship Trust Mr. and Mrs. Chao C. Mai Dr. Nancy Cain Marcus Mr. and Mrs. John H. Massey Medtronic, Inc. Mrs. J. Frank Miller III Jeffrey Modell Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moncrief Jr./Wm. A. & Elizabeth B. Moncrief Foundation Harry S. Moss Trust for Prevention & Cure of Heart Disease Mr. and Mrs. William D. Oates/Marilyn & Sonny Oates Foundation Drs. Carol P. and Daniel K. Podolsky Prevent Blindness Texas Mr. and Mrs. Joe N. Prothro/PerkinsProthro Foundation Revalesio Corporation Mr. and Mrs. John L. Roach Ruth Robinson and family/ Ruth Robinson Family Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Mr. and Mrs. Mike J. Rowlett/ Communities Foundation of Texas/ Womack Machine Supply Company

Rudman Foundation Rudman Securities Partnership, Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Schollmaier/ Schollmaier Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John F. Scovell/Scovell Family Fund of The Dallas Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Seegers Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Strauss/Diana K. and Richard C. Strauss Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Terry TEVA Neuroscience, Inc. Mrs. James C. Thompson Jr. Dr. Terry P. and Mr. Lawrence L. Tobin Torchmark Benevolent Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gifford O. Touchstone Estate of Thomas J. Uhl Uniting Against Lung Cancer University of North Texas Health Science Center - Fort Worth Valeritas, Inc. Vanberg Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Wallace Dr. Arthur G. Weinberg Mr. and Mrs. Phillip F. Wiggins Melba R. Williams Trust Womack Machine Supply Company Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wood Young Texans Against Cancer Abe Zale Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zale/William and Sylvia Zale Foundation/Ethel Silvergold Philanthropic Fund of the Dallas Jewish Community Foundation

$10,000-$24,999 Dr. and Mrs. William R. Albracht Alon USA Anonymous (2) Mr. and Mrs. Thad C. Avery/ Austin Community Foundation Bank of America Foundation/Bank of America Matching Gifts Program Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Bass/ Richard D. Bass Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Battaglia Jill C. Bee/Philip Theodore Bee Charitable Trust/Communities Foundation of Texas Philip Theodore Bee Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Billingsley/ Dallas Women’s Foundation Mrs. John C. Blanton BOSC, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Bowler Mr. and Mrs. J. Wynne Breeden Jeffrey A. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Sherman S. Chiu The Rev. and Mrs. Henry C. Coke III Mr. and Mrs. Gary C. Cowles Mr. and Mrs. Guinn D. Crousen CureSearch for Children’s Cancer Data Management, Inc. J. L. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Franklin W. Denius/ Cain Foundation DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc. Mario Dozzo/Mario Dozzo Foundation DR Medical, L.L.C. Mrs. Richard D. Eiseman Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Eisemann ENTrigue Surgical, Inc.

Epic Systems Corporation Dr. and Mrs. B. Henry Estess Jr. ExxonMobil Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Feld/Anne and Alan Feld Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Fisher Scientific Company, L.L.C. Dr. and Mrs. N. Martin Giesecke Gilead Sciences, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Goldman Nick Gonzales Foundation for Brain Cancer Research Mr. and Mrs. William J. Goodwin Frank P. Grassler Mr. and Mrs. G. Houston Hall/ Michelle and Houston Hall Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Billy D. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Henry/ Henry Foundation Eleanor M. Hill Hodges Fund of the Community Foundation of North Texas Dr. and Mrs. Grant M. Hogan Estate of Josephine Holley Judith Dean Houghton Living Trust Dr. and Mrs. John D. Hughes The Hon. Kay Bailey Hutchison and Mr. Ray Hutchison ISNetworld/Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Jaffre Mr. and Mrs. J. Luther King Jr./Luther King Capital Management Employees of Luther King Capital Management/Luther King Capital Management Wallace, Barbara and Kelly King Charitable Foundation Trust Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lacerte Mr. and Mrs. John Ford Lacy Mrs. Milton P. Levy Jr. Lipshy Foundation Barbara J. Lipshy/Lipshy Family Philanthropic Fund of the Dallas Jewish Community Foundation Mrs. Michael A. McBee Dr. and Mrs. Peter A. McCullough/Peter A. McCullough Charitable Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Mr. and Mrs. John D. McStay/Morning Star Family Foundation MEDA Pharmaceuticals Mr. and Mrs. Tom B. Medders III Merz Aesthetics, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mihalopoulos Mr. and Mrs. David B. Miller/David B. Miller Family Foundation Kay Y. Moran/James D. and Kay Y. Moran Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John R. Murrell/ Murrell Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Patrick D. O’Brien OneSight Research Foundation On-X Life Technologies, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. O’Toole/Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. O’Toole Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Mrs. Reece A. Overcash Jr./The R. A. Overcash Jr. Family Foundation of the Ayco Charitable Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Arlis B. Parkhurst Mr. and Mrs. James H. Pasant Mr. and Mrs. Stuart M. Pearman JCPenney Corporation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin A. Perella Jr. Ms. Nancy E. Perot and Mr. Rod C. Jones William C. Pickens Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Norman L. Pollock Mrs. Ashley H. Priddy Mr. and Mrs. Eric M. Reeves Richie’s Specialty Pharmacy, L.L.C. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Rowe Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Schenkel Dr. Kirk E. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sewell Jr. Mrs. George A. Shutt/George A. and Nancy P. Shutt Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Theodore C. Skokos/Ted and Shannon Skokos Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Mark M. Sloan/Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Ben H. Sparkman Mr. and Mrs. Ronald G. Steinhart/ Steinhart Family Advised Fund of The Dallas Foundation Sally Seay Stout/Sarah M. and Charles E. Seay Charitable Trust Stryker Craniomaxillofacial Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Swain Jr. Catherine B. Taylor Dr. and Mrs. R. Stanley Taylor III Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Templeton/ Richard and Mary Templeton Foundation Teva Pharmaceuticals Texas Surgical Society Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Thompson Jr./ Thank Heaven Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John R. Tillotson/St. Jude Candle Company Dr. Ellen S. Vitetta Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Waltmon Mr. and Mrs. Jerry B. West Mr. and Mrs. Frederic F. Wiedemann Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. Yonsei Cancer Research Institute Mr. and Mrs. William D. Young Mr. and Mrs. Donald Zale/Donald and Barbara Zale Family Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas/Abe Zale Foundation/M.B. & Edna Zale Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Zollars

$5,000-$9,999 Acclarent, Inc. Ebby Halliday Acers Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Z. Altshuler/Ruth C. & Charles S. Sharp Foundation, Inc. Alzheimer’s Association Anonymous (2) Arnold Palmer Golf Management AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals, L.P. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Babb Jr. Margaret M. Badgett Mr. and Mrs. Jerald T. Baldridge/ Baldridge Foundation Mrs. Charles H. Bankhead Dr. and Mrs. Enrico Bartolucci/Bartolucci Family Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

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GIF T SUMMARY: 2013 GIF TS Mrs. Paul M. Bass Baxter Healthcare Corporation Dr. Richard A. Benavides Big City Crushed Concrete, L.L.C. Biomet Microfixation Bill C. Booziotis Paul H. and Cleo M. Brandt Fund of the Community Foundation of North Texas Dr. and Mrs. Alvin L. Brekken Bristol-Myers Squibb Company William C. Brown Mrs. Marian Haggar Bryan and Mr. George E. Bryan/ J. M. Haggar Jr. Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Bullington Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Bunch Mr. and Mrs. C. Scott Burford/ Meek Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Ellis G. Campbell Kay P. Cannan Drs. Patricia H. and J. Donald Capra Dr. and Mrs. Raul Fernando Cejudo Century Golf Partners Management, L.L.C. Drs. Julie G. and Michael J. Champine Children’s Tumor Foundation Dr. Joseph E. Cillo Jr. Elizabeth Clark Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Cooper Ernest F. Cox Drs. Shashi K. Dharma and Mahendra Mahatma/Mahatma/Dharma Advised Fund of The Dallas Foundation Mrs. T. D. Dickey Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Dickson/ The Bacon Dickson Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. H. Gene Emery Cynthia K. Engles/The Cynthia K. Engles Advised Fund of The Dallas Foundation Entellus Medical, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Ernst Mr. and Mrs. Ruben E. Esquivel Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Estrada Mr. and Mrs. John F. Eulich Mr. and Mrs. Hill A. Feinberg Dr. and Mrs. Eric D. Ferrara Mrs. Stanford C. Finney Jr./Stanford C. and Mary Clare Finney Foundation Mrs. Luighi H. Flabiano Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Freeman Sr. Mrs. Joseph E. Funk Jr. Galderma Laboratories, L.P. Dr. and Mrs. Woodrow W. Gandy/ Renaissance Charitable Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Gekiere/ The Gekiere Family Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Roger R. Gekiere/ The Gekiere Family Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Genentech, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gibbs/ Margaret and Leon Walker Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Roger Gibson/Roger and Brenda Gibson Family Foundation

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Dr. Carin A. Hagberg and Mr. Steven L. Roberts Mrs. Edmond R. Haggar Sr./ Ed Haggar Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Hersh/ Hersh Foundation Arthur E. Hewett Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hinckley Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Holder Mr. and Mrs. C. Glenn Hood Kathy L. Hornbach Hourglass Capital, L.L.C. Hilre L. Hunt Leah A. Hurley Intersect ENT, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. R. Dale Irwin Drs. Mamta K. and Rajeev Jain Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jones/ Gene and Jerry Jones Family Dallas Cowboys Charities Kaplan, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Nestor D. Karas Mr. and Mrs. Russell T. Kelley Mr. and Mrs. James W. Keyes Ms. Talat J. Kheshgi and Mr. Waqar Sadiq Rollin W. King KLS Martin L.P. Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Kusin Lakeside Aquatic Club Lincoln Financial Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David Litman/Cedar Elm Fund of The Dallas Foundation Todd LoSasso Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy D. Maddox Mr. and Mrs. Benton W. Markey/ Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Elvis L. Mason Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. McCullough/ M. & A. McCullough Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Patrick K. McGee Mr. and Mrs. Forrest W. Meacham Medical Center Woman’s Club Mentor Merck & Company, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Miciotto Mr. and Mrs. James R. Miller/ Meek Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Howard W. Morgan Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Mulhausen/ Howard J. and Dorothy Adleta Foundation Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Brian Mutch Joe Oscar Neuhoff Jr. New York Life Foundation Katie Novitsky NxStage Medical, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Rick J. O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. John A. O’Dwyer Olympus Corporation of the Americas Mildred M. Oppenheimer Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Parrill/ Fred & Charlotte Parrill Foundation Peloton Therapeutics, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Perot/Perot Foundation Dr. and Mrs. David J. Pillow Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Pollock Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Pollock

Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Potter/ Robert J. Potter Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Pratt Sr./ Aileen and Jack Pratt Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James M. Preddy Princeton Review Dr. Stephanie R. Quarles Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Rainaldi Drs. Corazon M. and Manuel R. Ramirez Mr. and Mrs. James S. Ramsey Jr./ Mary Stewart Ramsey Family Charitable Fund of Community Foundation of North Texas Dr. and Mrs. Karl E. Rathjen Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Reilly/ Reilly Family Foundation Nancy T. Richards/Tartaglino Richards Family Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Riggs Jr. Robertson, Griege & Thoele Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Rosen Dr. and Mrs. Roger N. Rosenberg Paul Rudnicki Amy Ryser Victor E. Salvino Sammons Corporation Drs. Diane J. Sansonetti and John W. Batty Mrs. Stephen W. Schneider James R. Seitz Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Shelby Mrs. Robert L. Solender Mrs. Ralph Spence Dr. Henry A. Spies Bruce L. Sternberg Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Stoffel Mr. and Mrs. James C. Stone Mr. and Mrs. Theodore H. Strauss W. Glenn Street Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Swope SYNTHES USA HQ, INC. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Szor Dr. and Mrs. Charles C. Tandy/ First Baptist Church of Dallas Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Thoele Jere W. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. McHenry T. Tichenor Jr./ McHenry and Lisa Tichenor Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Toppin Jr./ Paul H. and Cleo Brandt Fund of the Community Foundation of North Texas Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn Tucker/ Justin Dart Family Foundation Dr. Timothy A. Turvey UCB, Inc. Valeant Pharmaceuticals North America, L.L.C. Dr. and Mrs. John M. Val-Gallas Dr. and Mrs. Paul R. Vanatta Vertex Pharmaceuticals Incorporated Mrs. Robert V. Walker Mr. and Mrs. John A. Wensinger Mr. and Mrs. Alan B. White Evelyn M. Whitman-Dunn Dr. Anthony R. Whittemore Alinda H. and James R. Wikert/ Alinda Hill Wikert Foundation Estate of Edgar Patterson Wilkins Dr. Fayette C. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Williams

Mrs. Roger G. Williams Margaret S. Wilson/ Scarbrough Foundation Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Dr. and Mrs. A. Gordon Worsham

$2,500-$4,999 Abbott Laboratories Accera, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Adams Agendia, Inc. American Academy of Dermatology, Inc. American Board for Certification in Orthotics and Prosthetics, Inc. American College of Rheumatology Research and Education Foundation Amgen USA Anonymous (1) Kimberly J. Askew Dr. and Mrs. James M. Atkins Alan Baer/Alan & Nancy Baer Foundation Bank of Oklahoma, N.A. Bank of Texas, N.A. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony H. Barone Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Bartholow/Victoria and Peter Bartholow Family Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Barton Priscilla Beshears Mr. and Mrs. Steven L. Blasnik/ Linda and Steven Blasnik Philanthropic Fund of the Dallas Jewish Community Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Edward O. Boshell Jr. Boston Scientific Corporation J. Baxter Brinkmann Mr. and Mrs. Stuart M. Bumpas Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Carney Mr. and Mrs. W. Plack Carr Jr. Dr. Bill D. Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Carrozza Mr. and Mrs. B. Gene Carter Dianne T. Cash Dr. Marcelle I. Cedars and Mr. Anton Traub Dr. Rosemary G. and Mr. Kenneth Christy Mrs. Allen B. Cobb Mr. and Mrs. J. Jan Collmer Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Corboy Catherine A. Corrigan/ Catherine A. Corrigan Fund of The Dallas Foundation Carolyn Cosgriff Daniel H. Cosgriff Cyberonics, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Dalton Mrs. Wayne E. Dear Ms. Gail M. Dickenson and Dr. Ronald M. Peshock Mr. and Mrs. Fritz L. Duda/ Duda Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Durham Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Eiseman Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight H. Emanuelson Jr. Equity Office Properties Ethicon, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. W. Phil Evans III Fidelity Foundation Matching Gifts to Education Program Mr. and Mrs. C. Mickey Flood


GIF T SUMMARY: 2013 GIF TS Dr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Foster Mrs. David G. Fox Jr./Catholic Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Freeman Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Froehlich Drs. Mary S. and James C. Fuselier GE Foundation Read P. Gendler Genomic Health, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Glaser Jr./Robert J. and Helen H. Glaser Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Cary Griffin Mr. and Mrs. John E. Grimes Mrs. Joe M. Haggar Jr./J. M. Haggar, Jr. Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Hanrahan Robert L. Harris Ms. Linda W. Hart and Mr. Milledge A. Hart III Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Heller Dr. Richard E. Hoffman Dr. Vernon C. Hofmann Mr. and Mrs. Sam G. Holman Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hortenstine Mr. and Mrs. R. Wayne Hughes Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hull Caroline Rose Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Clay M. Hunt Ms. Lisa M. Hutton-Johnson and Mr. Stephen L. Johnson Dr. John Hyun Mr. and Mrs. Charles Inge/ Inge Foundation Dr. Robin M. Jacoby Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Janin Dr. and Mrs. E. Patrick Jenevein Jr./Jane and Pat Jenevein Advised Fund of The Dallas Foundation Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas Johns Hopkins University Mrs. Lou Kadane Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Kahn Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kaminski Dr. and Mrs. Nicolas N. Kandalaft Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kiernan Mr. and Mrs. Kirk A. Kirksey Drs. Karen K. Klatte and Jae-Koo An Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Kraus/ Waters & Kraus, L.L.P. Mr. and Mrs. Kent J. Laber/ Conway MacKenzie, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Olin B. Lane Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Lauinger Dr. and Mrs. Mark L. Lemmon Jr. Drs. Rachel L. and Byron L. Limmer Lions Organ & Eye Bank of District 2E2, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Losinger Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mabry Cary M. Maguire Mr. and Mrs. Tom F. Marsh Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Marz/ Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Kade L. Matthews/ Legett Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mattingly Dr. and Mrs. Warren L. McFarland Christopher F. McGratty

Mr. and Mrs. William Casey McManemin/ McManemin Family Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Jerry J. McManus Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Misdom Dr. Jere H. Mitchell Mrs. Philip O’B. Montgomery Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Morgan Mr. and Mrs. James M. Moroney III Mr. and Mrs. Jim Murray Navidea Biopharmaceuticals Charles E. Nearburg Dr. and Mrs. Carl E. Noe Mr. and Mrs. John R. Norris III Mr. and Mrs. John B. O’Brien Onyx Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Patsy’s Bridal Pediatric Society of Greater Dallas John G. Penson Dr. Ann M. Pflugrath and Mr. Donald Thimsen Lawrence S. Pollock III ProPath Services, L.L.P. Mr. and Mrs. David W. Quinn Dr. Henry G. Raroque Jr. Mrs. Jack C. Ray Mr. and Mrs. John V. Roach II/ Roach Foundation, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Tim W. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Rose Drs. Cynthia J. and John D. Rutherford Dr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Sarris Dr. Sandra L. Schmid Mr. and Mrs. Nealesh D. Shah Mr. and Mrs. Lewis W. Shaw II Ms. Anne J. Siegel and Dr. Jerry L. Watson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis M. Skinner II Dr. and Mrs. Charles M. Sloan Dr. and Mrs. Dustin R. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Solomon/J. A. Glass Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Mrs. Charles C. Sprague L. Dale Stamps Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. Stansbury Mr. and Mrs. Alan G. Stewart Stryker Orthopaedics Mr. and Mrs. Phineas W. Stubbs Jr. Kenneth R. Suarez Joe C. Sumner III Mr. and Mrs. Bruce M. Swenson Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swingle Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Tart Texas Association of Advisors for the Health Professions Dr. and Mrs. G. Paul Singh Tiwana Mrs. Vance W. Torbert Jr./James M. Collins Foundation Mr. and Mrs. T. Peter Townsend TRUist Betty Turner UT Southwestern Medical School Class of 2016 UT Southwestern Medical School Class of 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry G. Walliser

Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Walter/Jean H. and John T. Walter Jr. Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Mrs. Mary Watson-Stone and Mr. Wallace O. Stone/Mary A. Watson Charitable Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Dr. and Mrs. William R. Weaver/Gil and Dody Weaver Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Weis Mrs. William R. Wiggins Mrs. Jonell H. Williams Laura Fox Williamson/ Catholic Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wischmeyer/Arthur J. Gallagher & Company Wischmeyer Benefit Partners Dr. and Mrs. Steven E. Wolf Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Wu Zimmer, Inc.

$1,000- $2,499 Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Adair III Dr. Perrie M. Adams Dr. Tayo A. Addo Mr. and Mrs. E. Jack Adleta AIDS Arms, Inc. Joyce T. Alban Dr. and Mrs. Mark A. Alford Gail E. Alpert American Academy of Restorative Dentistry American College of Physicians American Medical Systems, Inc. American Muslim Women Physicians Association America’s Charities Anonymous (4) Jerry L. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey H. Ashworth Verlon R. Aston Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James O. Atkins III Mr. and Mrs. Tony Atkiss Atmos Energy Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Atwell/Susan Lay and Anthony Atwell Foundation AxelaCare Health Solutions, L.L.C. Dr. R. Richard Aybar Dr. Jennifer L. and Mr. Charles B. Bailey Dr. Kenneth M. Bailey Lee A. Bailey Dr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Baine Ms. Sandra Baker and Mr. William A. Keslar Dr. Donna L. and Mr. Mark R. Baller Dr. and Mrs. Cayetano E. Barrera III Dr. Mary Jane Barth Mrs. Harry W. Bass Jr. Dr. Jeffrey T. Bates Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Baylor Dr. and Mrs. L. Jerald Bays Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Beal Mrs. Webber W. Beall Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Webber W. Beall III Dr. and Mrs. Michael E. Bearb Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Beatty Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Beck III/The Peter and Nancy Beck Fund of The Dallas Foundation Estate of Geraldine Sears Beddow

Mrs. Louis A. Beecherl Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Beecherl III Dr. and Mrs. William M. Behrendt Mr. and Mrs. C. Huston Bell Mr. and Mrs. Selwin Belofsky Drs. Patricia C. Bergen and Duke S. Samson Estate of Sherman Bernon Drs. Susan Moore Berry and J. Mark Berry Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Best Ms. Amanda L. and Mr. Kevin P. Billings Mr. and Mrs. Gene H. Bishop Dr. and Mrs. Stuart B. Black Tom K. Black Ms. E. Ann Blackshire and Mr. Donald J. Weber Mr. and Mrs. C. Rene Boatwright Jr. Mrs. Duncan E. Boeckman/Boeckman Family Foundation Dr. and Mrs. L. Jack Bolton Dr. Mary A. Bone and The Honorable John R. Adamson Dr. and Mrs. Bruce P. Bordlee Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Bowles Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce W. Bowman Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Stephen K. Brannan Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Breard Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brekke Ms. Cathy L. Brett and Dr. Nathan L. Williams Dr. Emily D. and Mr. Richard Brideau Dr. and Mrs. Craig R. Brockman II Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Brown Mr. and Mrs. George W. Brown Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bryant Dr. and Mrs. George R. Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Buford/Buford Foundation/Linda C. Buford Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Mrs. Donald A. Byrd Dr. Janice L. B. and Mr. Jerry Byrne Mrs. R. B. Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. C. Vance Campbell Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Michael A. Cardenas Dr. and Mrs. Kevin S. Carnes Mr. and Mrs. J. Denny Carreker Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George P. Caruth Mr. and Mrs. John R. Castle Jr./John and Dorothy Castle Advised Fund of The Dallas Foundation Catholic Foundation The Hon. and Mrs. Bill Ceverha Ms. Sally N. Chandler and Dr. Matthias Peltz Dr. Becky L. Chandler-Berry and Mr. Jonathan P. Berry Dr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Chantilis Dr. and Mrs. Chusilp Charnsangavej Mr. and Mrs. Sarinder M. Chhabra Dr. Christopher J. Chicoskie Dr. and Mrs. Marvin A. Childers III Dr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Christopherson Mr. and Mrs. James M. Clark Jr. Dr. Robert A. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Martin V. Coben/ Coben Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Coffee Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cole Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Coleman James E. Coleman Jr.

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GIF T SUMMARY: 2013 GIF TS Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Conlon Dr. and Mrs. Bradley A. Connor Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Conway Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Copley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Corman Drs. Maryann Guill Couch and James B. Couch Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. Cox Mrs. John J. Coyle Drs. Christine A. and Robert F. Coyne/ Coyne Family Gift Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Dr. Robert N. Crabtree Krista L. Crews Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Barry F. Crossman Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Crow Trammell S. Crow Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Crozier Dr. Ponciano D. Cruz Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank X. Cuellar Jr. Dr. Ada Cuevas Mr. and Mrs. William A. Custard Mark D. Daniels Dr. David J. Darab Dr. and Mrs. James A. de Lemos Dr. Kristina J. and Mr. Mark Deason Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Decherd/ Decherd Foundation Mrs. Robert H. Dedman Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Dedman Jr. Drs. Margo A. Denke and James E. Griffin III Claire C. Dewar/Claire Dewar Fund of The Dallas Foundation Dr. Susan M. Diamond and Rabbi Yaakov Moshe Poupko Dr. and Mrs. J. Brett Dietze Ms. Kathleen A. and Mr. Brian P. Donahue Mrs. David Donosky Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Donovan Dr. Linda K. Douning Olivo and Mr. Carlos A. Olivo Mr. and Mrs. Dennis B. Drapkin Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Druckerman Dr. and Mrs. Richard J. Duffey Duffey Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William J. Durbin Mr. and Mrs. John P. Durney Dr. Carol N. Eason Drs. Amy and Alexander L. Eastman Dr. and Mrs. John P. Eberts Courtney Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Eiland Dr. and Mrs. Abram M. Eisenstein Ralph K. Elder/ Elder Family Foundation Trust Robert C. Elder Jr./ Elder Family Foundation Trust Mr. and Mrs. Wicky el-Effendi Mr. and Mrs. R. Ted Enloe III Enterprise Holdings Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Ed H. Esquivel Dr. and Mrs. J. Pat Evans Drs. Nanette V. and William R. Evans Exxon Mobil Corporation Dr. and Mrs. Sanford P. Fagadau Dr. and Mrs. Warren R. Fagadau Dr. and Mrs. James E. Fagelson Mr. and Mrs. D. Jerrell Farr

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Dr. and Mrs. Alan C. Farrow-Gillespie Dr. and Mrs. Ralph T. Ferrell Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Finn Dr. and Mrs. Gary E. Fish/ Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Andersen C. Fisher/ Collins-Fisher Foundation Dr. Justin N. Fleishman Mr. and Mrs. Ned N. Fleming III Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Flores III Mr. and Mrs. Charles Florsheim/Ann and Charles Florsheim Family Foundation Gayle D. Fogelson The Hon. and Mrs. Robert S. Folsom/ Folsom Charitable Foundation, Inc. Peter D. Fonberg Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Ford Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. Fortson Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Foster Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Fowler Drs. Amanda A. Fox and Suhny Abbara Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Francis Drs. Debra C. and Alan I. Frankfurt/ Debbie and Alan Frankfurt Family Philanthropic Fund of the Dallas Jewish Community Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Dirk A. Frater Dr. and Mrs. Mark A. Fredrickson Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Freeman Jr./ Freeman Family Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. R. William Funk Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. Gaffney Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Gafford Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Gale Dr. and Mrs. Norman F. Gant Jr. Bruce E. Garber Drs. Sandeep A. and Abhimanyu Garg Dr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Geisler Ms. Daryl S. and Dr. Harry Gelender Steven H. Gendler Mr. and Mrs. P. Michael George Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Glendenning Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Glick Mr. and Mrs. Alan J. Gold/Rita Sue and Alan J. Gold Philanthropic Fund of the Dallas Jewish Community Foundation The Hon. and Mrs. Albert Gonzalez/ Gonzalez Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Goodall Mr. and Mrs. G. Thomas Graves III Dr. and Mrs. H. Gordon Green Mr. and Mrs. Eric S. Greenfield Dr. and Mrs. Ralph G. Greenlee Jr. Drs. Jennifer P. and Adam M. Griffith Mr. and Mrs. R. Jay Grogan Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Grogan/Roy J. and Jeanne Grogan Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Howard P. Hallam/ Howard Hallam Family Foundation Harriet Halsell Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Hamer Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Hansen Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce H. Harbour Richard L. Hardison Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Harris/ Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Milledge A. Hart IV Mr. and Mrs. Terence J. Hart Dr. and Mrs. Brent D. Hartsell

Dr. Shelly M. and Mr. Holman Harvey Dr. Gregory P. Hatzis Ms. Susan Metz Hawkins and Mr. Jack W. Hawkins Jess T. Hay Dr. Robert F. Haynsworth Jr. Mr. and Mrs. H. Charles Hays Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. Hegi Jr./ Hegi Family Foundation/ The Hegi Charitable Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Don Henley John A. Henry III Mr. and Mrs. Jon P. Herber Mr. and Mrs. H. David Herndon Drs. Susan Hertel and Steven M. Pisano Dr. Sydney S. and Mr. Forrest C. Hicks Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hildebrand Mr. and Mrs. Barry Hill Mr. and Mrs. Chester J. Hinshaw Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hoak Jr./ Hoak Foundation Drs. Helen H. Hobbs and Dennis K. Stone Mrs. Theodore S. Hochstim/ FGH Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hoffman Mrs. David M. Holland Drs. Priscilla Hollander and Fredrick L. Dunn Mrs. vanAlen Hollomon Mr. and Mrs. Houston E. Holmes Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Mark W. Holt F. Franklin Honea II Mr. and Mrs. Don M. Houseman/Don M. and Kathryn B. Houseman Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas George B. Huber Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hudson Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Hudspeth Mr. and Mrs. Ray Huffines Mr. and Mrs. Keith W. Hughes/ Keith W. and Cheryl F. Hughes Fund Ayco Charitable Foundation Vester T. Hughes Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Hunt Mrs. Wayne Hurd Hydac Technology Corporation Dr. and Mrs. Peter Igarashi Mr. and Mrs. R. Steven Ivy Dr. and Mrs. Donald F. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. D. Paul Jarzemsky Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jaunich II Dr. and Mrs. Jay A. Jefferson Dr. and Mrs. John J. Jehl/Jehl Charity Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Dr. and Mrs. Jesus G. Jimenez Drs. Lara M. Johnson and David E. Gerber Mrs. Jack W. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Jerry P. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Jones Mrs. Robert S. Junger Lorraine P. Kaas Mr. and Mrs. David A. Kanally Dr. and Mrs. David R. Karp Mr. and Mrs. Alan A. Kassebaum Dr. and Mrs. Sarkis J. Kechejian Mr. and Mrs. William G. Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Dee J. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. John J. Kickham

Mr. and Mrs. Barron U. Kidd/ Jane du Pont and Barron U. Kidd Family Fund of The Dallas Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Craig K. King Mr. and Mrs. Wendel P. Kirton Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Kirven Mr. and Mrs. John J. Klein Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter Kline/ Kline Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John V. Koeijmans Mr. and Mrs. David J. Kohl Mr. and Mrs. James L. Kohtz Dr. Noriyuki Komura Dr. Kyle G. Krohn Mrs. William D. Kuhlmann Drs. Christine E. and Erik B. Kulstad Dr. and Mrs. Pradeep Kumar Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Lambert Mr. and Mrs. William M. Lamont Jr. Mr. and Mrs. L. Russell Laughlin Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Lawrence Lay Institute on Technology, Inc. Dr. Kristine W. and Mr. William Leatherberry Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Lee Nancy O. Lemmon Mr. and Mrs. J. Waymon Levell Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Levin Mrs. Henry D. Lindsley III Linvatec Corporation Lions Club District 2-X2 Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Lloyd Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Locke Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell, L.L.P. Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Loeb Dr. Thomas S. Loftus Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Lombardi Mr. and Mrs. William C. Love Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Lowe Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Francisco Loya III Dr. and Mrs. Mark A. Lundeen Dr. and Mrs. James D. Lutz Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Lyon III Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey N. MacDowell Dr. Christopher J. Madden John W. Madden II Robert Maher Dr. and Mrs. Craig R. Malloy Dr. and Mrs. Pradeep P. Mammen Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mangum Nancy C. Manweiler Mrs. Stanley Marcus June G. Marshall Dr. and Mrs. Jerry G. Martin Drs. Kathleen R. and Michael R. Martin Myron K. Martin Dr. and Mrs. Waldo M. Martinez Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Neil W. Marting Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas May Jr. Robert Mayer Jr. Drs. Marlyn J. Mayo and Daniel E. Krampitz Mr. and Mrs. John M. McBride Dr. Thomas H. McConnell III Mrs. Michael W. McCord Mr. and Mrs. James R. McCraw Dr. and Mrs. James P. McCulley Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. McEvoy Mr. and Mrs. Cappy R. McGarr Mr. and Mrs. M. Joseph McHugh


GIF T SUMMARY: 2013 GIF TS Mr. and Mrs. W. Hayden McIlroy Jr. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. McMillan III Joseph M. McQuillan Meadows Foundation, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. David L. Mehlum Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Mendyka Dr. Jin Meng and Mr. Liang Zhao Mr. and Mrs. Carroll W. Merlick Dr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Michael Mr. and Mrs. Clifford R. Miercort Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Miller Dr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Minei Ms. Cynthia Miranda and Dr. Daniel N. Costa Mr. and Mrs. Harvey R. Mitchell/Harvey and Joyce Mitchell Family Foundation Dr. Roby D. Mize Mrs. George A. Moberly Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Montgomery Jr. Dr. and Mrs. James B. Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Philip O’B. Montgomery III/ Philip and Carol Montgomery Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Dr. and Mrs. B. Lee Mootz II Mr. and Mrs. Jon L. Mosle Jr./ Paula and Jon Mosle Fund of The Dallas Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jon L. Mosle III Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Myers Robert F. Nash Mr. and Mrs. F. James Neil Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Todd J. Neuberger Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neuhoff III Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Neuhoff Dr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Newton Dr. and Mrs. Jerry A. Newton Dr. and Mrs. Peter O. Newton Dr. and Mrs. Tho Q. Nguyen Nick & Sam’s Grill Dr. Donald V. Nix Dr. and Mrs. Michael L. Nix Ms. Carolina Noguera and Dr. Ivan Pedrosa Dr. and Mrs. William H. Norcross Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Novakov Mr. and Mrs. Wade T. Nowlin Mr. and Mrs. Erle A. Nye Mrs. Alden Obering O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Neil J. O’Brien/ Pat & Neil O’Brien Family Foundation Drs. Ellen J. O’Connell and Mahesh C. Thiagarajah Dr. and Mrs. G. David Onstad Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Oyster/ Duffy and Tina Oyster Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Page Dr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Painter Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Palma Dr. Geetha and Mr. Paul C. Pandian Dr. and Mrs. Amit G. Pandya Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parisher Park Place Dealerships Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Parkey Parkland Health & Hospital System Dr. and Mrs. Amitkumar R. Patel Mr. and Mrs. Lyle R. Paul Mrs. Mundy I. Peale Jr. Dr. and Mrs. J. Leslie Pean Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Penn Dr. and Mrs. Ray W. Perryman

Paul E. Pesek Jack Pew Jr. Ms. Nancy N. Pham and Dr. Can H. Duong Ms. Josephine B. Phelan and Dr. Robert W. Langdon Nelda Cain Pickens Bill Pinkerton Pinkston Foundation/Sidney E. Pinkston Dr. and Mrs. Alfonso E. Pino III Mr. and Mrs. Ray M. Poage Dr. and Mrs. Jay D. Pond Mr. and Mrs. Harlowe R. Prindle Dr. Monja L. Proctor Dr. Jeffrey H. Pruitt Curtis Pullman The Hon. Lorraine A. and Mr. Grier Raggio Dr. and Mrs. Krishna T. Rao Mr. and Mrs. John A. Raphael Dr. Thomas W. Ratliff Dr. and Mrs. R. Lynn Rea Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Reckling III Ann D. Reed Dr. M. Christine and Mr. Jack Reeves Mr. and Mrs. Gerard L. Regard/Betty and Gerard Regard Charitable Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Dr. Robert T. Reid Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Reimer Drs. Monique A. and William S. Richardson Dr. and Mrs. Joel E. Richter Martha Jo Runyan Rinne Mrs. William M. Rippey Dr. and Mrs. J. Mark Rister Ms. Richel Rivers and Dr. James M. Shultz Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglas Roach Mr. and Mrs. John A. Roan Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Roberts Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Roberts Drs. Anita E. Robinson and G. Chris Kutteruf/Inland Northwest Community Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Neil M. Rofsky Mrs. Patrick F. Rose Drs. Janis E. Rosenfeld and Bruce M. Barbash Dr. and Mrs. J. Edward Rosenthal Laurie Rossman Dr. and Mrs. Lucien M. Rouse Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Allen W. Rubin Dr. Andrew R. Rubin Mr. and Mrs. John C. Rutledge Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Ryburn Ms. Monica M. Sa Rego and Dr. Marcos F. Vidal Melo Drs. Farzaneh Z. and Shahriar S. Safavi Mr. and Mrs. Hanna F. Sahliyeh Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Sahm III St. Jude Medical, Inc. Drs. Cindy A. Salkowski and Kim B. Yancey Tom G. Salome Lura Sira Sanders Trust/ Marietta S. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Sands Drs. Venetia Rumnong Sarode and Ravindra Sarode Ms. Stacy Sawtelle and Dr. Rais B. Vohra

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Schilling Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Schnitzer Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Schulze Mr. and Mrs. Brian Schutt Drs. Laura L. Sears and Joseph L. Milburn Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin F. Sentilles III Mr. and Mrs. Michael Serber Mr. and Mrs. R. Daniel Settle Jr. Mrs. William D. Seybold Mr. and Mrs. George A. Shafer Dr. and Mrs. William A. Shaver Mrs. Robert L. Shaw Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas P. Shepherd Dr. and Mrs. Louis Shlipak/ Louis and Carole Shlipak Philanthropic Fund of the Dallas Jewish Community Foundation Dr. Angela G. Shoup and Mr. M. Brett Barron Dr. Mary E. and Mr. Shadrach S. Sias Dr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Sigler Drs. Amy G. Sigman and Gavin M. Melmed Drs. Lynn S. and Ira Silver Mr. and Mrs. Glenn R. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Heinz K. Simon Mrs. Bawa J. Singh Dr. and Mrs. Charles T. Slack Dr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Slemmons Mr. and Mrs. Brien P. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Smith/Peter P. and Bonnie B. Smith Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Wade C. Smith Smith Pipe of Abilene Mrs. William H. Snyder III Ms. Elizabeth E. Solender and Mr. Gary L. Scott Dr. and Mrs. George B. Sonnier Mr. and Mrs. Pat Y. Spillman Dr. Rattapol Srisinroongruang Dr. Anne B. and Mr. Douglas A. Standerwick Dr. and Mrs. David A. Start Dr. Michele T. Stauffenberg Dr. and Mrs. Joel B. Steinberg Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Steinberg/ Lawrence E. Steinberg Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Stempowski Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Stone/Norma and Don Stone Charitable Gift Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Dr. Earl L. Stone III Dr. and Mrs. Louis A. Stool Mr. and Mrs. Herbert B. Story Jr. Dr. Elizabeth A. and Mr. David P. Street Mr. and Mrs. John T. Stuart III Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Styrvoky Dr. Daniel E. Surdam Mr. Gregory M. Swalwell and Mr. Terry Connor Mr. and Mrs. Edmund F. Tagg Rosalie Taubman Drs. Ellen L. Taylor-Seldin and Donald W. Seldin Dr. and Mrs. L. Ray Teng Texas Capital Bank, N.A. Texas Instruments Foundation Texas Medical Association Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Dwain L. Thiele

Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Thompson Robert Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Thurmon Mr. and Mrs. Claude Torres Dr. and Mrs. Fernando R. Torres Ms. Pamela Torres and Mr. Jeffrey Ho/ Jeffrey and Pamela Ho Foundation of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Toto Drs. Linda and D. Mark Toups Mr. and Mrs. Kevin D. Towery Dr. and Mrs. S. Thomas Traweek Dr. Ben J. Tseng James C. Tubb Sandra S. Tucker Mr. and Mrs. John T. Turner Drs. Diane M. Twickler and George D. Wendel Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Tydlaska Dr. Douglas H. Unger Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Upton Mr. and Mrs. Kirby L. Vahle Dr. Hasmukhlal C. Vankawala/Vankawala Family Charitable Foundation Vaya Pharma, Inc. Alberto Velasquez Drs. Larissa I. Velez and Fernando L. Benitez Mr. and Mrs. Anthony W. Villani Vinson & Elkins, L.L.P. Drs. Alice B. and Sergio Viroslav Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Walker Peter W. Wardle James H. Webb Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ben R. Weber Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Joe K. Wells III Dr. and Mrs. Roger A. West Charlotte T. Whaley Marjorie F. Whelan Mrs. Harry H. Whipp Dr. and Mrs. Charles Lee White III Mr. and Mrs. John J. White Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. White Dr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Whitley Dr. and Mrs. Charles W. Whitten Mr. and Mrs. James A. Whittenburg III Mr. and Mrs. Peter N. Wiggins III Dr. and Mrs. Kern Wildenthal Mr. and Mrs. Pieter B. Wilderom/ World Wide Technology Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James E. Wiley Sr. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Wiley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Williams Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Williams Mr. and Mrs. James F. Williams Mr. and Mrs. G. Dee Williamson Dr. and Mrs. Jon W. Williamson Dr. and Mrs. James K. V. Willson Mr. and Mrs. Claude R. Wilson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Wilson Dr. Webb C. Wilson Dr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Wines Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Wishon Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Wolfert Dr. and Mrs. James O. Wright III Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Wyatt Anthony A. Yoseloff/ Jewish Communal Fund Mr. and Mrs. Barney T. Young Mr. and Mrs. John S. Zebrowski

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GIF T SUMMARY: 2013 GIF TS Mr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Zilmer Mr. and Mrs. Don S. Zimmerman Shirley J. Zwinggi

$250 - $999 AB SCIEX, L.L.C. Dr. Shuaib M. Abdullah Mr. and Mrs. Ben M. Ablon Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Adams Walter Adams Adelmo’s Ristorante Dr. Jane F. Admire and Mr. Mel McDonald Afrah Mediterranean Restaurant Dr. Anil K. Agarwal Mr. and Mrs. Sanjiv K. Agarwal Agilent Technologies, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Warren A. Albrecht Dr. and Mrs. James E. Albright Dr. and Mrs. Wesley A. Alderete Jana Alexander Ann Allen Drs. Elizabeth Allen and David A. Brinker Drs. Erin T. and Nathan G. Allen Dr. Michael H. Allen/ Mike H. Allen Charitable Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Elizabeth M. Allen Allianz Global Investors US, L.L.C. Mr. and Mrs. G. Richard Allison Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Allison Mr. and Mrs. Les Allison Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Alter Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Ambrozy American Medical Association Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C. Anderson Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Anderson Dr. and Mrs. Gregg M. Anigian Anonymous (5) Dr. and Mrs. Enrique R. Arevalos Leslie J. Armstrong Association Power, L.L.C. Alfred J. Avellino Mr. and Mrs. George A. Avery Dr. Timothy W. Baba John D. Baker II Dr. Teresa E. Baker Mr. and Mrs. S. Jack Balagia Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Brian J. Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Baltzer Dr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Bane Dr. Mary A. and Mr. William E. Barker Jr. Barley House Mary Susan Barnhill Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence S. Barzune Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bass Mr. and Mrs. Mouzon Bass III Dr. and Mrs. H. Hunt Batjer III Judith S. Bay Mr. and Mrs. J. Craig Beale Drs. Virginia B. and Charles V. Beall Dr. and Mrs. James H. Bearden Jean C. Beasley Ms. Paula Becker and Dr. Barron C. Brown Beckman Coulter, Inc. Dr. Dawn E. Bedrosian and Mr. David L. Symonds Mr. and Mrs. Uday Bellary Dr. and Mrs. Jay S. Bender Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Beneke Dr. and Mrs. Phil H. Berry Jr.

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Mr. and Mrs. Sam M. Berry Mr. and Mrs. Randy Best/Nancy and Randy Best Foundation Jacob Bezner/Catholic Foundation Dr. and Mrs. John M. Biltz Bishop Lynch High School, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Bittenbinder Dr. Alison A. Black and Mr. Christopher D. Phipps Drs. Rose A. Blackwell and Michael G. Hauty Dr. Gregory L. Blakey Dr. and Mrs. James E. Bland Dr. and Mrs. Scott A. Blumenfeld Mrs. Robert L. Blumenthal Suzanne K. Bogdan Dr. and Mrs. Jules H. Bohnn Mr. and Mrs. William A. Bonds Mr. and Mrs. Barry M. Bone Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Bonsell Dr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Bonte Bosch Rexroth Corporation Dr. Charles W. Bouch Charles and Cassandra Bowen Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John F. Boyle Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Braden Dr. Karen D. Bradshaw and Mr. Fred A. Shapiro The Hon. and Mrs. Daniel H. Branch Dr. and Mrs. Scott M. Brandt Mr. and Mrs. George F. Breen III Dr. and Mrs. J. Michael Brennan/ Communities Foundation of Texas Dr. and Mrs. W. Henry Briggs III Mr. and Mrs. Henri L. Bromberg III Drs. Sandra Z. Brothers and Michael C. Holub Dr. and Mrs. Edward Brown Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Brown Dr. Robert W. Brown Dr. and Mrs. William E. Brown Lisa Stroope Browning Dr. and Mrs. Robert N. Bruce Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. Rodney D. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. David F. Burch Drs. Linda L. Burk and John R. Gilmore Mrs. Frank M. Burke Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Z. Burkhead Drs. Ellen C. and Michael A. Burnham Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Burrus Dr. and Mrs. Douglas C. Burton Mr. and Mrs. Dan Busbee Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Bush Drs. Linda S. Bussey and Richard D. Schubert Dr. Ajai Cadambi Caddo Holdings, L.L.C. Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Cadeddu Mr. and Mrs. Chris Cagle Staff of Calhoun Middle School Mr. and Mrs. A. Bud Callahan Dr. Tamara J. and Mr. David A. Campbell Dr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Luis M. Campos Drs. Edith D. Canby-Hagino and Ryan T. Hagino Mr. and Mrs. William T. Capps III Caregiver Support Systems, L.L.C.

Dr. and Mrs. John S. Cargile III Dr. Thomas S. Carothers Mr. and Mrs. John W. Carpenter III Mrs. W. Plack Carr Sr. Mrs. C. James Carrico Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Carter Mr. and Mrs. Jerry C. Carter Mr. and Mrs. Owen L. Carter Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Franklin L. Casey Drs. Jennifer C. and John C. Cather CB Richard Ellis, Inc. Foundation Ms. Carrie Cearley and Mr. Kyle Anderson Drs. Gloria H. and Andrew Cha Barbara Chalmers/ James M. Collins Foundation Drs. Teresa V. Chan and Matthew J. Leveno Dr. Vella V. Chancellor Dr. Wenlan Cheng Dr. Vanessa L. Chiapetta Dr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Chod Drs. Deborah Y. and Benjamin F. Chong Dr. and Mrs. Michael A. Choti Dr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Christensen Mr. and Mrs. L. Wayne Christensen Dr. Lam N. and Mr. Abraham Chu Mr. and Mrs. John J. Ciavarra Jr. CKJ Trucking, L.P. Eugenio Clariond Dr. Clifford P. Clark III Mr. and Mrs. J. Coley Clark Dr. and Mrs. B. Todd Clarke Dr. and Mrs. Wilbur R. Cleaves Mrs. William P. Clements Jr. Dr. and Mrs. R. Reed Click Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Milton L. Cobb Dr. and Mrs. James S. Cochran Dr. and Mrs. V. Frank Cody Mrs. John J. Coffman Dr. and Mrs. Rex W. Cole Mr. and Mrs. George W. Coleman Drs. Shirley K. and C. Dale Coln Mr. and Mrs. Chadwick B. Cook Dr. and Mrs. H. David Cook Mary McDermott Cook Dr. and Mrs. Minor J. Coon Mrs. Leo F. Corrigan Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Berry R. Cox/ Berry R. Cox Family Foundation/ Berry R. Cox Family Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Dr. and Mrs. Bryan M. Cox Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Coyne Mr. and Mrs. G. Rick Crady/4C Town and Country Partners, L.P. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Craft Dr. Terry and Mr. Steve Crane Dr. and Mrs. J. Grady Crosland Dr. and Mrs. Carlos Cruz Jr. Dr. Erwin A. Cruz Margaret Anne Cullum Dr. and Mrs. Kevin A. Curran Mr. and Mrs. W. Allen Custard III Dr. and Mrs. Richard J. Cyrus Dr. and Mrs. Mark D. D’Alise Dallul Restaurant Dr. and Mrs. Herman A. Damek Drs. Athena Daniolos and David S. Dowell Drs. Kathryn H. Dao and Randall M. Wooley

Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Dauterman Dr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Davey Clarice M. Davis Cynthia A. Davis Daniel R. Davis Dr. and Mrs. Jimmie R. Davis/Raymond James Charitable Endowment Fund Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Davis Colonel (Ret.) and Mrs. William J. Davis Dr. and Mrs. W. Gordy Day Drs. Lisa de las Fuentes and Murali M. Chakinala Dr. and Mrs. Craig T. de Waal Delong Services, Inc. Dr. Anne E. Dempsey and Mr. Clayton A. Lawhon Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dempsey Denbury Resources, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Denman Mr. and Mrs. Brian L. Dethrow Laura DeVega Drs. Ami D. and Tushar D. Dharia Ms. Olga Diaz-Falzone and Dr. Richard L. Falzone Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Dickerson Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Dickinson Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Dierschke Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dietz Mr. and Mrs. Len DiGiacomo Drs. Melissa S. and Jason R. Dittrich Dr. and Mrs. Calvin L. Dixon Sr. Dr. and Mrs. John E. Dizon Ms. Bich Lein T. Do and Dr. Robert W. Hathorn Dr. Amanda C. and Mr. Daniel B. Donohoe Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Donovan Mr. and Mrs. Neil Dorflinger/ Dorflinger Family Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Mr. and Mrs. Melvyn L. Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dowd Drs. Lisa Drake and Brian L. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Lowell C. Duncan Jr. Mrs. Thomas C. Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Dunning Dr. Mai D. Duong and Mr. Duy T. Nguyen Laurie A. Dutton LaVerne M. Dutton Drs. Cherrijo and John S. Early Mr. and Mrs. Ward V. Eastman Eberstein & Witherite, L.L.P. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Edmonson Mr. and Mrs. Jason A. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Mel V. Ehlers Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan P. Eichhorn Dr. and Mrs. John F. Eidt Eight-0 Management, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Rod G. Einspanier Dr. and Mrs. Burton C. Einspruch/ Barbara and Burton Einspruch Philanthropic Fund of the Dallas Jewish Community Foundation Elaine’s Kitchen The Hon. and Mrs. Ben F. Ellis Dr. and Mrs. Robin J. Elwood Dr. Callie G. Rogers Emery and Mr. Matthew Emery/ Ralph B. Rogers Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. England


GIF T SUMMARY: 2013 GIF TS Drs. Phyllis P. and Robert E. Engles Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Eppstein Ernst & Young U.S., L.L.P. Mr. and Mrs. Lance S. Etcheverry David H. Evaul EZCORP, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Peter G. Fagan Martha G. Fain Mr. and Mrs. David Feherty Mr. and Mrs. Forest Felvey Drs. Devin G. and Neil J. Fernandes Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Fernandes Mr. and Mrs. C. Robert Fielder 5th Fairway Development, Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Finegan Dr. and Mrs. Eric J. Finical Drs. Terry A. Reimann Finkelstein and Robert Finkelstein Mr. and Mrs. David M. Finn Mr. and Mrs. Mattia J. Flabiano III Ms. Vonda Flanagan and Mr. James Dalby Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fleischer Dr. and Mrs. F. James Fleischhauer Drs. Amy D. and Sidney M. Fletcher Drs. Virginia T. Floyd and Michael A. Cates Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Fly Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Sean P. Foley Robert H. Folz Mr. and Mrs. James R. Ford Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Wesley V. Forgue Dr. and Mrs. James M. Forman Drs. Rebecca L. Frakes and Paul W. Spearman Mr. and Mrs. Eric Frankfurt Alberzine Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Freeman Jr. Mrs. John J. Freiberger Dr. William M. French Barry S. Friedberg Mr. and Mrs. D. Gilbert Friedlander Dr. and Mrs. Jay S. Friedman Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Fritz Mr. and Mrs. Jeffry S. Fronterhouse Dr. and Mrs. Jan F. Fuerst Mr. and Mrs. Iric Gachman Dr. and Mrs. Burrel C. Gaddy Jr. Karin Gale Dr. and Mrs. William G. Gamel Ms. Usha R. Ganga and Mr. Bhupala R. Kallepalli Dr. and Mrs. Juan Garcia Manuel A. Garcia Mrs. Edward C. Gardere Nancy D. Garnett Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Gaskins Mr. and Mrs. J. Chris Gavras GE Healthcare Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand A. Geiger Dr. and Mrs. Michael S. Gelfand Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Gerik Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Partho Ghosh Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Gibson/ Communities Foundation of Texas Charles J. Giglio Drs. Julie Gilchrist and Jon Klevansky Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Gill Dr. and Mrs. Jim E. Gilmore Dr. David C. Ginn Heather Giordano

Dr. Adana M. Gipson and Mr. Michael Gipson Mr. and Mrs. Stuart B. Gleichenhaus Mr. and Mrs. Mark Godvin Drs. Margaret A. Goetz and Liston M. Rice III Dorothy B. Golden Adam Goldenberg Dr. William P. Gollihar Dr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Goodman Dr. Vikram C. Gorantla Dr. and Mrs. Murray J. Gordon Dr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Goulet Dr. and Mrs. Earl L. Grant David A. Graves Dr. and Mrs. Kevin D. Green Mrs. Robert M. Green Dr. and Mrs. William B. Green Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Greenblum Dr. Deena L. Greer and Mr. Carl A. Gagliardi Drs. Susan B. and Clark R. Gregg Drs. Nancy B. and Philip E. Greilich Dr. and Mrs. Adrian Gresores Dr. and Mrs. Fred L. Griffin Dr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Griggs Mr. and Mrs. John E. Grimes Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Grimmer Dr. Juan M. Guerrero Drs. Marisa N. H. and Ryan M. Guillory Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Guinan Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Gunn Mr. and Mrs. John J. Gurun Dr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Gustafson Mr. and Mrs. William R. Gutow Dr. and Mrs. Richard D. Guyer Drs. Sabine Hack and Donald R. Reeves Jr. Dr. Mary Frances Haerr and Mr. Kalman Zucker Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Hahn Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. Hale Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Haley Mr. and Mrs. David M. Hall John W. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Larry V. Hall Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hammack Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Hamner III Mr. and Mrs. Warren A. Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hanton Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Hargrove Ms. Constance Harkins and Mr. W. Douglas Newby Mr. and Mrs. Will Harman Dr. Julie H. and Mr. Michael R. Harreld Lawrence R. Harrington Mr. and Mrs. Richard O. Harris Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Harrison Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robin P. Hartmann Daniel E. Heath Dr. and Mrs. Kurt F. Heitman Dr. Phala A. Helm William N. Helmer The Hon. Lisa A. Hembry Brad K. Heppner Paula R. Hernandez Mrs. John M. Heron Dr. Shannon L. and Mr. Jason S. Herrick Mrs. David C. Hildebrand Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Hill Dr. and Mrs. R. Stephen Hillis

Dr. Suzanne M. Hite Dr. and Mrs. Curtis L. Hitt Dr. Christine A. Ho Mr. and Mrs. Philip Y. Ho Yolanda K. Ho Dr. Bruce A. Hoak Dr. Jennifer K. and Mr. Chadwick M. Hodges Ms. Bonnie D. Hofkin and Dr. William R. Tomkiewicz Drs. Sandra L. Hofmann and David Levine Dr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Hogan Dr. and Mrs. Michael L. Holdeman Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie R. Holder Jr. Dr. and Mrs. H. Kent Holland Mr. and Mrs. Ronald O. Holman Dr. Chris L. Holmes and Dr. David M. Burkhart Dr. and Mrs. Michael T. Hong Dr. Suzette C. Hong The Rev. Dr. Nancy E. Hood and Dr. Charles V. Smith Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Alton F. Hopkins Michael J. Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. George R. Howard Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Howard J. Huang Dr. Deborah S. Hucaby and Mr. J. David Hill Dr. and Mrs. Melburn K. Huebner Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Huffhines Dr. and Mrs. R. Condon Hughes III Mr. and Mrs. Bart Humphrey David F. Hunt Mr. and Mrs. W. Herbert Hunt/Nancy and Herbert Hunt Family Foundation Hunt Consolidated, Incorporated/ Communities Foundation of Texas Dr. and Mrs. George R. Hutchison Hydraulic Controls, Inc. Independent Schools Business Officers Association of CA India Palace Restaurant and Bar Admiral and Mrs. Bobby R. Inman Integrated DNA Technologies, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. James E. Irons Dr. and Mrs. Richard K. Irwin Dr. and Mrs. William C. Isaacs Islamic Center of Irving Dr. and Mrs. William K. Jackson Dr. Katherine M. Jacob Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F. Jacobs Mrs. Fred H. Jacoby Mr. and Mrs. David N. James Ralph S. Janvey Dr. Robin B. Jarrett and Mr. J. Wesley Norred Jr. Dr. and Mrs. John R. Jeffers Drs. Terry Baxter Jefferson and Stephen E. Jefferson Drs. Celia Jenkins and James M. Wagner The Hon. and Mrs. Clay Jenkins Ms. Ru Xie and Dr. Youxing Jiang Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Kent S. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Johnson Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Heather L. Jones Dr. Judy and Dr. Charles B. Jones Dr. and Mrs. R. Ellwood Jones III Dr. and Mrs. Richard E. Jones

Karen Jong Mr. and Mrs. Casey Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Darrell E. Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Jordan Dr. Ranjit A. Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Josephs Dr. and Mrs. Girish P. Joshi Dr. and Mrs. Stuart W. Kahn Dr. Wendy B. Kang Drs. Jennifer H. and David E. Kaplan Dr. and Mrs. Philip A. G. Karpos Dr. Paul Katz Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Kearins Mr. and Mrs. William R. Kearney The Hon. Margaret and Mr. Lester Keliher Dr. Derek K. Kelly Ms. Marjorie C. Kennedy and Mr. Philip J. Vaccaro Dr. and Mrs. Patrick L. Kennedy The Hon. James W. Kerr Jr. Dr. and Mrs. John M. Kidwell Dr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Kidwell Kristina A. Kiik Ms. Kyonghee Kim and Dr. Juris P. Germanas Dr. and Mrs. Shelby H. King Dr. and Mrs. Robert G. Kingman Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Kinnebrew/Jack M. and Carole V. Kinnebrew Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas/Jack and Carole Kinnebrew Charitable Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Mrs. John W. Kinnison Drs. Laura J. Klesse and Kevin C. Morrill Ms. Samara L. Kline and Mr. Bartlett A. McCarthy/Greystone Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Karlos W. Knight Hattie H. Knowlton Lynn S. Knox Dr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Knudson Dr. Julie A. and Mr. Bailey R. Koch Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Korn Mr. and Mrs. Leonard R. Krasnow Mrs. William L. Kraus Mr. and Mrs. Dan M. Krausse Dr. and Mrs. Keith L. Kreutziger Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Kriscunas Dr. and Mrs. Kousik Krishnan Dr. and Mrs. Dick Chicho Kuo Dr. Jodie K. Labowitz and Mr. Howard M. Abrams Janice S. Ladley Lakeside Family & Sports Medicine Lambert Landscape Company Drs. Kristen H. and Charles V. Lampe Dr. and Mrs. J. Mack Lancaster Mr. and Mrs. John L. Lancaster III Mr. and Mrs. John L. Lancaster IV Dr. Frank Lancellotti Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Landay Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Lane Drs. Becky Lang-Boyd and Thomas E. Boyd Dr. and Mrs. Michael D. Langford Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich H. Lannert Dr. and Mrs. Gene R. Lariviere Dr. and Mrs. Wright L. Lassiter Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J. Lattner Mr. and Mrs. Jay Laurenzi Earl H. Lauten

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GIF T SUMMARY: 2013 GIF TS Dr. and Mrs. Lu Q. Le Dr. and Mrs. George F. Leatherman Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert C. Ledyard Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee Dr. and Mrs. William M. Lee Legacy Texas Insurance Services, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Legg Dr. A. Marilyn Leitch and Mr. Ben C. Garrett Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lemak Dr. and Mrs. Clinton J. Leonard Dr. and Mrs. J. Sloan Leonard Jr. Thomas Leverenz Dr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Lewis III Dr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Lichtenwalter Mrs. James E. Lieber Ms. Maya Liebman and Dr. Robert D. Gross Dr. and Mrs. Frank C. Lieu Mrs. James R. Lightner Dr. David L. Liland Mr. and Mrs. H. Hays Lindsley Dr. and Mrs. William A. Liston Drs. Christie Jo Little and Bruce A. Meyer/ Communities Foundation of Texas Dr. Harriette L. Livingston Mr. and Mrs. Franklin R. Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Locke Dr. and Mrs. David S. Loeb Drs. Lauren N. and Jordan L. Loftis Dr. and Mrs. T. Randolph Lombardo Jo A. Long Mr. and Mrs. John R. Losinger Joseph O. Luby Jr. The Hon. and Mrs. Thomas W. Luce III Mr. and Mrs. Chad S. Luig Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Lurie Dr. and Mrs. Damien M. Luviano Drs. Carolyn B. and Paul D. Lyde Ms. Sharon Lyle and Mr. Mark Mutschink Ms. Hong Ma and Mr. Bin Feng Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Macnab Mr. and Mrs. William B. Madden Mr. and Mrs. Michael Magers Dr. Frank Mahzari Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Mankoff/ Mankoff Family Foundation Mansion Residence Robert J. Mark/ St. James Investment Company Kay King Martin Martin Marietta Materials Mr. and Mrs. J. Bruce Martindale III Drs. Julie R. Martinez and Patrick J. Samora David Maske Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Massman Cathy M. Masterson Dr. and Mrs. John P. Masterson Ms. Vicki J. Matava-Zagrodzky and Dr. Jason D. Zagrodzky Dr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Mathew Dr. and Mrs. Reese A. Mathieu III Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. May Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. May Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Mayer Dr. Corey J. Mayfield Mr. and Mrs. Allan W. McBee Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. McClendon Dr. and Mrs. Mark W. McClung

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Dr. and Mrs. Uday S. Murthy Mr. and Mrs. Stephen O. Music My Fit Foods Rebecca M. Myer Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Myers Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Nail Dr. Kenneth A. Narahara Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Nauslar Dana E. Nearburg Carol J. Neaves Mr. and Mrs. Jason L. Needleman Dr. and Mrs. Justin M. Neff Dr. Ginna Nelson New England Biolabs, Inc. St. Clair Newbern III Drs. Kelley F. and Mark T. Newcomer Dr. and Mrs. James E. Nixon Drs. Jackie Nixon-Fulton and Robert J. Fulton Dr. and Mrs. David C. Norcross North Texas Commission Dr. Anthony A. Nuara Dr. and Mrs. Donald L. Oberlin Mr. and Mrs. Scot W. O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. John F. O’Connell Jr. Dr. Terrence A. Oddson Ms. Jessica E. Odwyer and Dr. Timothy G. Berger Dr. Okemefuna I. Okpara Dr. Patricia M. Olivares Dr. and Mrs. Patrick N. Olomu Ms. Nancy M. O’Neil and Mr. John Q. Stilwell OneSource Financial Corporation Friends of Mrs. Henry Onsgard Dr. and Mrs. Roger M. Orth Dr. and Mrs. Roger C. Osborn Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Oshman Jan Goodnight Owen Mr. and Mrs. John M. Pace Drs. Judith G. and Marvin S. Packer Mr. and Mrs. Scott Palmer Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Pape Dr. and Mrs. David B. Partlow Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Scott O. Paschal Alton L. Paschall/Alton Paschall Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Mr. and Mrs. James D. Patterson Patricia M. Patterson Dr. and Mrs. Gregory N. Payne Mrs. Robert B. Payne Mr. and Mrs. Preston A. Peak Ms. Cynthia A. Pekow and Dr. Christopher C. Johnson Penn Davis McFarland, Inc. Frank Perella Performance Polymer Solutions, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Ted T. Peters Drs. Linda K. Phan and Vincent N. McColm Dr. Gregory Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Tyron D. Picard/Picard Family Charitable Fund of Community Foundation of Acadiana Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Piccagli Mr. and Mrs. William C. Pickens Dr. and Mrs. Carl A. Piel Dr. and Mrs. John K. Pillow Dr. and Mrs. G. Gene Pitman Drs. Iris Kolla Pitts and Stephen R. Pitts

Mr. and Mrs. James P. Plummer Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Poliner Dr. Juanita C. Polito-Colvin and Mr. Grant M. Colvin Dr. Fred I. Polsky Mr. and Mrs. Foster M. Poole Jr./Nancy and Foster Poole Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Roy G. Popham Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Popplewell Mr. and Mrs. James W. Porter Jr./ Jas. W. & Patricia J. Porter Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Porter Portland Cement Association Kevin R. Portnoy Mrs. William G. Potts Drs. Marie-Helene Pouliot and Richard G. Kibbey IV Drs. Sarita H. Prajapati and Nathan H. Pekar Drs. Linda G. and James A. Prentice Melinda S. Primeaux Queen of Sheba Restaurant Dr. and Mrs. Delwin E. Quenzer Dr. and Mrs. Lee R. Radford Dr. Sharon Rae Dr. and Mrs. R. Michael Ragain Mr. and Mrs. Manu S. N. Raj Ms. Lakshmi Rajagopal and Dr. Thiru M. Annaswamy Dr. Richard Ramirez Dr. Evangeline K. Ramos-Gonzales and Mr. Rodolfo T. Gonzales Ralph M. Randall Edwin S. Randle The Hon. and Mrs. Mitchell Rasansky Adam J. Ray Ms. Vicki M. Ray and Dr. G. David Hendricks Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Raymond Mr. and Mrs. William D. Read Dr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Reames Recycle America Alliance, L.L.C. Dr. and Mrs. Vannis W. Redman Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Gordon D. Reed Mr. and Mrs. John H. Reed Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald P. Reeder Dr. M. Lanette H. Rees Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Rees Mrs. Walter R. Reeves Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Robert V. Rege Mr. and Mrs. Langhorne Reid III Mrs. Sydney Reid Hedge and Mr. Joel Hedge Dr. and Mrs. Don E. Reynolds Drs. Linda Rhine-Trimmer and Kenneth J. Trimmer/K & L Trimmer Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James C. Rhoades Ms. Renee Richeson and Dr. Thomas C. Gunning III Mr. and Mrs. M. Adam Richey Dr. Kim L. Rickert and Mr. Brian L. Selberg Sally Ridgway Dr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Ritter Dr. Alice J. Roach Drs. Natalie A. Roberge and Corbin Hines Cynthia J. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Randolph W. Robinson


GIF T SUMMARY: 2013 GIF TS Mr. and Mrs. Waid Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Joel H. Robuck Dr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Rogers Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Rogers Ms. Sarah E. Rollings and Mr. Christopher Robinson Dr. Kendra A. Rorrie and Dr. Daniel A. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Harvey F. Rosenblum Dr. and Mrs. Charles R. Rosenfeld Annadele H. Ross Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Rowland Stephen L. Ruback Dr. and Mrs. David W. Russell Dr. and Mrs. Fredrick M. Russo Dr. Colleen M. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. William R. Sachs Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Arthur I. Sagalowsky Ms. Jane Saginaw-Lerer and Mr. Stephen Lerer Dr. and Mrs. James A. Saidi St. James Investment Company Mr. and Mrs. Bill D. St. John Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Salley Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Salomon Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Salvino Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick P. Salzman Jr. Michael F. Sammons Ms. Billie Samuelson and Dr. John W. Barnes San Angelo Radiologists, P.A. Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Santee II Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert S. Santoscoy Dr. and Mrs. Mohammad Sarwar Dr. and Mrs. Ashoke K. Sathy Mr. and Mrs. David S. Savage Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Savage Dr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Scaff Claudie Schmidt Dr. Elizabeth B. and Mr. William P. Schneider Drs. Nancy R. and John Schneider/Nancy & John Schneider Foundation Ms. Stefanie Schneidler and Mr. Jeffrey M. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Schoellkopf Jr. School Office Services, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Schorlemer Dr. and Mrs. Larry W. Schorn Hans-Joachim Schulz Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Schulze Drs. Goldie S. and Jack L. Schwade Mr. and Mrs. Jon J. Seal Carol P. Seay Dr. and Mrs. John W. Secor Mr. and Mrs. M. Samuel Self Jeffrey Seller Dr. John R. Senior Dr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Shaddock Mr. and Mrs. Tim Shaftel Dr. Nisarg N. Shah Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Shamoon The Hon. Florence and Mr. Howard Shapiro Dr. Douglas A. Sheena Drs. Susan Sheetz and Roger C. Rosen Dr. Christina R. and Mr. Cody Sherrod Drs. Cynthia S. and A. Dean Sherry Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Shimer

Drs. Anna J. and Brett M. Shirley Mr. and Mrs. Gary G. Short Dr. Kathryn R. and Mr. Michael Shrift Mr. and Mrs. David W. Shuford Mr. and Mrs. John T. Simms Mr. and Mrs. Glen R. Sirles Mr. and Mrs. Phillip S. Sizer Sr. Drs. Phyllis E. and Warren A. Skaug Mr. and Mrs. William R. Skeeters Dr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Skemp Dr. Elizabeth A. and Mr. Ronald Slaymaker Ms. Valerie J. Slivinsky and Mr. Jon P. Varian Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Smith III Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Smith Mr. and Mrs. John A. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Kevin F. Smith Dr. Susan S. and Mr. V. Scott Smith Dr. and Mrs. Troy R. Smith Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Snider Dr. Wynelle R. Snow Mr. and Mrs. John D. Solana Mr. and Mrs. Craig B. Sorrels Dr. and Mrs. Paul M. Southern Jr. A. Diane Sparks Dr. David A. Spencer Drs. Catherine A. Spezia and Michael S. Lindner Dr. Diane S. Spieker and Mr. Russell C. Brown Spokes for Folks Mr. and Mrs. Eric L. Spomer Drs. Sheila D. Spotswood and Richard L. Carlson The Hon. Sidney Stahl Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carr Staley Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Peter S. Stamos State Farm Insurance Companies Mr. and Mrs. George E. Stepp Drs. Lori D. and Charles D. Stetler Dr. and Mrs. David W. Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Stevenson II Dr. Jana A. and Mr. Robert F. Stockwell Drs. Peggy N. and John F. Stoll Mrs. Samuel S. Stollenwerck Drs. Sarah A. and Adam L. Stone Mrs. Charles P. Storey Stratos Strem Chemicals, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Kyle D. Stuart Dr. and Mrs. George H. Sullivan/ George H. & Mary Morgan Sullivan Charitable Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Walton Sumner II Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. Sutton Dr. and Mrs. Steven A. Sutton Mr. and Mrs. Max N. Swango The Rev. and Mrs. Stephen B. Swann Dr. Susan L. Swanson Dr. Cheryl A. Szpak Dr. Joseph S. Takahashi Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Talkington Dr. and Mrs. Berge O. Tasian Mr. and Mrs. John R. Taylor Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Su W. Teoh Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Termini Dr. and Mrs. Frank V. Terrell Mr. and Mrs. Bill Terry

Texas Indo-American Physicians Society Northeast Chapter Texas Medical Association Insurance Trust Dr. Erwin R. Thal Thermo Finnigan, L.L.C. ThermoFisher Scientific Employees of Thompson and Thompson Ms. Mary Thornton and Mr. Charles L. Kettlewell Dr. Martha J. Tod Mr. and Mrs. Peyton L. Townsend Jr. Drs. Christina V. Tran and John C. Chao Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Trolard Dr. and Mrs. Craig A. Troop Dr. and Mrs. Jose E. Trujillo Turkish Student Association Dr. and Mrs. William W. Turner Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Steven S. Turoff Dr. and Mrs. Mark M. Udden Mr. and Mrs. Phillip C. Umphres Elizabeth H. Urban Dr. and Mrs. Bradford A. Urquhart Dr. and Mrs. Luis H. Urrea II UT Southwestern Medical Center Class of 2013 Drs. Aimee P. Vafaie and Ryan N. Krech Mr. and Mrs. Eric D. Van den Branden Dr. and Mrs. William S. Vance Jr. Rosemary Haggar Vaughan Dr. and Mrs. Miguel A. Vazquez Dr. and Mrs. Robert Vela Mr. and Mrs. Lee D. Vendig Mr. and Mrs. George A. Venner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Verhalen Dr. and Mrs. Mickey W. Via Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Vilfordi Amalia Villarreal Mr. and Mrs. T. Lesley Vines Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Patrick G. Vinyard Dr. Norris Vivatrat VWR International, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Mikhail Vyazmensky Dr. Mary C. Wacholtz Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Wadel Mr. and Mrs. John S. Waggoner Mr. and Mrs. John C. Waldron Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Waldron Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Walker Newt Walker Roslyn A. Walker Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Walker Drs. Mary N. Walsh and Robert C. McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Walter Mrs. Richard L. Walton Mr. and Mrs. Marshall M. Warren Jr. Drs. Sandra L. and Richard A. Warshak Mr. and Mrs. Michael Waterman Dr. and Mrs. Clark C. Watts Lt. Col. and Mrs. Marcus L. Weatherall Sr. (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. James D. Webb III Dr. and Mrs. Robert T. Webb Drs. Patty and Gregg Weber Dr. David J. Wehrly Dr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Weil Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Weinberg Benjamin Weinstein/Weinstein Family Philanthropic Fund of the Dallas Jewish Community Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo Weinstein/ Gerardo and Helga Weinstein Philanthropic Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation Charles D. Weis Weisbrod & Weisbrod, L.L.P. Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Weisser The Hon. and Mrs. Max W. Wells Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Wendeborn Drs. Rebecca B. and Bradley E. Weprin Dr. Claudia L. Werner and Mr. Martin J. Goodman Shannon M. Wertz Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin B. West Dr. and Mrs. T. Al West Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Westerburg Mrs. Henrik Westergaard Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Weston Mrs. Otto K. Wetzel Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Whisler Drs. Brenda S. White and Raoul B. Berke Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Widell Dr. and Mrs. Ralph T. Wiegman Drs. Dania A. Wierzbicki and Conan E. Gomez Mr. and Mrs. Glen R. Wiley Mrs. Oscar L. Wilkirson John H. Williams Dr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Williams II Robert S. Williams/Catholic Foundation Williams Companies, Inc. W. W. Willingham III Drs. Irene Willingham and Lance S. Terada Mrs. Jackson S. Wilson Dr. Jean D. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Wilson Dr. and Mrs. Russell A. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Dudley L. Wolf Mr. and Mrs. Bill R. Womble Dr. Megan M. and Mr. Brady K. Wood Dr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Wood Jr. Worthington Direct Mr. and Mrs. Justin A. Woyke Wrath Wines Dr. and Mrs. James N. Wurgler Dr. and Mrs. Ronald O. Wyatt Emily A. Wyly Dr. and Mrs. James Wynn Dr. Ronald K. Yamamoto Dr. Lisa W. Yang Drs. Kit Yang and Bao-Quoc H. La Mr. and Mrs. George M. Yates Jack W. Young Mr. and Mrs. James F. Young Suzan L. Younger Drs. Cecilia Hsien-Tsing Yu and Michael Wong Tuo H. Yu Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Zapalac Dr. John J. Zavaleta Charles L. Zelazny Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Zemenick Drs. Biren Zhao and Yu-Guang He Dr. John W. Zhong Dr. M. Ashley and Mr. Christopher B. Zink Dr. and Mrs. Philip D. Zinn Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Zurier

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What’s Next?

WHAT IF A CONVERSATION COULD CHANGE THE WORLD ?

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hat’s next in the world of biomedical research? What if the city’s leading minds got together? What role could Dallas play? What collaborative opportunities exist? Those are the kind of questions that have been a part the Foundation’s legacy for 75 years and led us to create a new forum series, Leading the Conversation on Health - What’s Next, that highlights healthcare leaders in our community whose expertise range from biomedical research to innovations in patient care. The first in the series, “Seizing Opportunities in Biotech and Biomedical Science,” was led by Dr. Steven McKnight and Dr. Eric Olson. It was held October 15 of last year in the Pecan Room at Old Parkland. “Southwestern Medical Foundation is excited to launch a new series devoted to discussing the extraordinary strides being made in academic medicine, education and health care,” said Kathleen M. Gibson, President and CEO of the Foundation. The conversation was moderated by Dr. Daniel K. Podolsky, President of UT Southwestern and hosted by Gibson, Foundation Chairman, William T. Solomon, and Trustee, Harlan Crow. Dr. McKnight is Chair of the Department of Biochemistry at UT Southwestern and a member of the National Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Medicine and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He co-founded Tularik, a biotech company devoted to the discovery of ethical drugs to treat disease via the regulation of gene expression. Over the past 11 years, he has directed an active research laboratory and has guided the Department of Biochemistry to substantial growth in chemistry, biochemistry and biophysics. Dr. Olson is Chair of the Department of Molecular Biology at UT Southwestern and a member of the National Academy of Sciences. He is holder of the Annie and Willie Nelson Professorship in Stem Cell Research, the Pogue Distinguished Chair in Research on Cardiac Birth Defects, and the Robert A. Welch Distinguished Chair in Science. His research focuses on muscle development, stem cells, transcriptional regulation and MicroRNAs. Discussion centered on the impressive quality and abundance of UT Southwestern’s biomedical research that is leading to breakthroughs in biomedicine and patient care, and the opportunities for local support for biomedical ventures that could result.

TOP – Harlan Crow SECOND – Bill Solomon, Dr. Daniel K. Podolsky, Dr. Steven McKnight, Dr. Eric Olson, Kathleen Gibson THIRD – Dr. Kenneth and Ruth Altshuler, Dr. Daniel K. Podolsky BOTTOM – Dr. John Warner, Gay Solomon

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“As we look back on the last 75 years, we recognize how essential the Sprague Award winners have been in building this tremendous asset to our city. We are pleased to honor the Rowlings and the Harts, whose legacy will enrich the community for years to come.”

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gives the award to individuals in recognition of their generosity and innovative leadership. In 1996, it was renamed for Dr. Charles Cameron Sprague, president emeritus of UT Southwestern Medical Center and chairman emeritus of the Foundation until his death in 2005. “These two exceptional couples have played critical roles in improving the quality of life for those in our community,” said William T. Solomon, Foundation Chairman. “Their service to Dallas sets a remarkable example for others to follow.”

12 1) Bill Solomon, Linda and Mitch Hart, Terry and Bob Rowling 2) Caroline Rose Hunt, Robert Brackbill 3) Jan and Fred Hegi 4) Mary Cook, Kern Wildenthal 5) Ute Haberecht, Dr. Rolf Haberecht 6) Bob Estrada, Kathleen Gibson, James Huffines 7) Louise Eiseman, Bob Miller 8) Bill and Gay Solomon, Linda and Mitch Hart, Kathleen Gibson 9) Bob Dedman, Gerald and Gail Turner, Terry and Bob Rowling 10 ) Drs. Daniel K. and Carol Podolsky, George Farr 11) James and Patty Huffines, Denise and Ray Nixon 12) Sheila Grant, Pat Patterson, Jody Grant, Linda Hart To view more photos, go to swmedical.org > Events

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MEDICAL STUDENTS GET

THE CHANCE TO THANK THEIR BENEFACTORS

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very year, the Foundation hosts a lun-

cheon to recognize and thank philanthropists and give them the opportunity to talk with the deserving medical students who benefit directly from their generosity. This year, Southwestern Medical Foundation donors gave $246,000 in scholarship funds to 178 students. “We appreciate the vision that our donors have in recognizing that these

TOP – Trevor Johnson, MS3; Ed Daniels; Dr. Daniel K. Podolsky; Mary Cook; Reese Mathieu, IV, MS4, class president

finest students in the country, who so well

BELOW TOP – Saundra Nguyen, MS1; Karen Jong, MS1; Alayne Sprague; Alexander Hansen, MS1

represent the future of great medicine,”

MIDDLE – Rachel Hein, MS3; Wes Norred

said Foundation President, Kathleen M.

BOTTOM – Daniel Condie, MS3; Kathleen Gibson; Bill Solomon

scholarships help to attract some of the

Gibson.

UT Southwestern continues to be one of the world’s pre-eminent academic medical centers.” Many students at the luncheon expressed their gratitude. “I am the first in my family to become a doctor. My parents are farmers. I could not have done this without you,” said Sarah

“I am the first in my family to become a doctor. My parents are farmers. I could not have done this without you.”

Ho, a first-year student. “Thank you for the part you play in keeping UT Southwestern the best med-

Sarah Ho, first-year student

ical school in Texas, if not the country,” said Reese Mathieu IV, a fourth-year

For many years, Southwestern Med-

student and student class president.

ical Foundation has been an important

Scholarships have been provided over

philanthropic partner supporting student

the years by many generous donors and

scholarships at UT Southwestern.

from such funds as the:

Wes Norred, UT Southwestern Vice President for Student and Alumni Affairs,

Dr. E. H. Cary Scholarship Fund

said donors are helping shape the future

Martha and Robert Click Scholarship Fund

of biomedical research and patient care.

Frances B. Conroy Scholarship Fund

“Your support energizes these young men

Dorothy R. Cullum Scholarship Fund

and women to be the best and brightest

Felix B. and Josephine I. Goldman Trust Fund

in their field. Your investment is helping inspire the next generation of visionaries in

Dr. J.A. Majors Scholarship Fund

the medical community.”

Mr. and Mrs. M.A. McBee Scholarship Fund Dr. M. Hill and Dorothy Metz

William T. Solomon, Chairman of

Scholarship Fund

Southwestern Medical Foundation,

Morning Star Family Foundation

thanked donors for investing not only in

Scholarship Fund

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helping society as a whole by ensuring that

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Harold B. and May E. Sanders Scholarship Fund Anne C. Schoellkopf Scholarship Fund Jay Simmons Scholarship Fund Dr. Richard M. Smith Memorial Scholarship Fund Alayne and Charles C. Sprague, MD, Scholarship Fund S. Edward Sulkin, MD, Scholarship Fund Judith R. Tycher Scholarship Fund Dr. Bryan Williams Medical Student Scholarship Fund If you would like to make a gift to Southwestern Medical Foundation for medical scholarships at UT Southwestern, please contact us at 214-351-6143 or swmedical.org.

Left to right – Angela Shoup, PhD, Associate Professor, Otolaryngology; Kaylen Thompson, Administrative Associate, WISMAC; Jo Ann Carson, PhD, Professor, Clinical Nutrition; Carole Mendelson, PhD, Professor, Biochemistry, WISMAC Co-Chair ; Dianna Milewicz, MD, PhD, Ida M. Green Visiting Professor; Courtney Lane, MSTP student; Helen Yin, PhD, Professor, Physiology, Assistant Dean, Office of Women’s Careers, WISMAC Co-Chair; Joanie Neumann, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow; Lauren Tyra, Graduate Student.

Each year, WISMAC selects an out-

winning research on the way genetics

standing female physician scientist to visit

affect vascular disease – met with indi-

AWARD-WINNING PHYSICIAN

UT Southwestern for a two-day visit.

viduals and groups at UT Southwestern

VISITING PROFESSOR

established by Southwestern Medical

Basis of Thoracic Aortic Aneurysms and

Foundation in honor of philanthropist

Dissections:

RETURNS AS 2014 IDA M. GREEN

G

enetics and cardiovascular disease

expert Dr. Dianna M. Milewicz returned to her alma mater recently to give a lecture at UT Southwestern Medical Center, hosted by the Women in Science and Medicine Advisory Committee (WISMAC). Dr. Milewicz is the 2014 Southwestern Medical Foundation Ida M. Green Distinguished Visiting Professor Honoring Women in Science and Medicine.

The Ida M. Green Professorship was

Ida Green, who was also the wife of the late Texas Instruments founder Cecil H.

Identifying Molecular Pathways and Gene-Based Management.”

Green. Mrs. Green, who died in 1986, had a vision of opening new career paths for women in science and provided a major bequest to the Foundation. The Distinguished Visiting Professorship promotes the accomplishments of women in science and medicine and provides encouragement to the community, especially UT Southwestern’s junior faculty and trainees. “We are thrilled to support the Ida M. Green Distinguished Professorship,

Dr. Dianna M. Milewicz returned to her alma mater to lecture.

and presented a talk titled “The Genetic

Carole Mendelson, Dr. Dianna Milewicz and Kathleen Gibson

“We’d like to thank Dr. Milewicz for

which inspires so many women in science

inspiring all the women she met during

and medicine,” said Kathleen Gibson,

her Professorship at UT Southwestern,”

Foundation President. “Dr. Milewicz’s ex-

said Carole Mendelson, Professor of

traordinary career is a perfect example of

Biochemistry and Obstetrics & Gynecolo-

the great achievements women are making

gy, Director of the North Texas March of

and the profound impact they are having

Dimes Birth Defects Center and Co-Chair

on the science and medical communities.”

of WISMAC at UT Southwestern.

Dr. Milewicz – who has done award-

Dr. Milewicz’s visit was a warm S O U T H W E S T E R N M E D I C A L P E R S P E C T I V E S . S P R I N G 2 014

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SPECIAL THANKS

homecoming to the institution where she began her career. In 1984, she was a graduate of UT Southwestern’s inaugural Medical Scientist Training Program class. She’s currently Professor

MEMBERS OF THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY STEERING COMMITTEE SELECTED

T

he 75th anniversary provides a

and Director of Medical Genetics, Vice

special opportunity to honor donors

Chair for Research in the Department

and recognize the impact the community

of Internal Medicine and holder of the

has had in advancing the cause of

President George H.W. Bush Chair in

medical research, medical education

Cardiovascular Medicine at UT Health

and patient care at UT Southwestern

Science Center at Houston. She also

Medical Center.

directs the MD/PhD program there – a

Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings and

joint program between UTHSC Houston

philanthropists Mr. and Mrs. Peter

and UT MD Anderson Cancer Center.

O’Donnell have been named Honorary

Dr. Milewicz’s research has been

Co-Chairs of the 75th Anniversary

informed by her patients. Her goal is to

Steering Committee. Foundation Chair-

identify genes that predispose individuals

man William T. Solomon will Chair the

to life-threatening aortic and cerebral

committee.

aneurysms and to identify biomarkers to facilitate their early diagnosis. Her awards include a Pfizer Scholars

Members of the 75th Anniversary Steering Committee include: Ruth Collins Altshuler; Jan Hart Black; Edward H.

Award, the March of Dimes Basil O’Con-

Cary, III; Mary McDermott Cook;

nor Starter Scholar Research Award,

David R. Corrigan; Harlan R. Crow;

the Doris Duke Distinguished Clinical

Thomas M. Dunning; Robert A.

Scientist Award and the American Heart

Estrada; Nancy Strauss Halbreich; Paul

Association Established Investigator

W. Harris; Lyda Hill; James R. Huffines;

Award. A member of the American

Mrs. Eugene McDermott; Daniel K.

Society of Clinical Investigation and the

Podolsky, MD; Caren H. Prothro;

American Association of Physicians, she

Carolyn Perot Rathjen; Catherine M.

received the 1999 Antoine Marfan Award

Rose; Robert B. Rowling; Lizzie Horchow

from the National Marfan Foundation.

Routman; and Emmitt J. Smith, III.

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Brown, Gordon C., ed. DALLAS magazine: a publication of the Dallas Chamber of Commerce. November 1943, Vol. 22, No. 11. Cary, Dr. Edward H. “Quickening the Soul of a City: Extracts from address by Dr. E.H. Cary, president, Kessler Plan Association, at National Conference on City Planning, Dallas, May 1928.” CITY PLANNING. July 1928, Vol. 4 No. 3: 206-7. Chapman, MD, John S. The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School: Medical Education in Dallas 1900-1975. Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press, 1976. Foran, April, ed. 1894 into the Future: A Special Issue of Highlights, Celebrating More than 100 Years at Parkland. Dallas: Parkland Health & Hospital System, 2002. Fordtran, MD, John S. “Medicine in Dallas 100 Years Ago.” Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings. January 2000, Vol. 13, No. 1: 34-44. Friedberg, MD, Errol C. From Rags to Riches: The Phenomenal Rise of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Durham: Carolina Academic Press, 2007. Hazel, Michael V. “Medical Milestones: A Timeline.” Legacies. Spring 1993: 4-11. Jones, MD, Ronald Coy. “History of the Department of Surgery at Baylor University Medical Center.” Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings. April 2004, Vol. 17, No. 2: 130-167. Race, MD, PhD, George J. UT Southwestern: Commemorating the First Half Century. Dallas: UT Southwestern Medical Center, 1997. Roberts, MD, William Clifford. “Donald Wayne Seldin, MD: A Conversation with the Editor.” Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings. April 2003, Vol. 16, No. 2: 193-220.

anniversary, it’s an honor to welcome

Community Service Awards dinner will

Vanderpool, Guy Clifton. “Educating Doctors in Dallas: Dr. Edward H. Cary.” Legacies. Spring 1993: 32-37.

Dr. Milewicz back to UT Southwestern,”

honor the Foundation’s extraordinary

SPECIAL THANKS

said William T. Solomon, Chairman of

75-year legacy as well as pay tribute

Southwestern Medical Foundation.

to the many men and women who have

“Thanks to donors like Ida and Cecil

made it possible.

“As the Foundation celebrates its 75th

Green, a whole new generation of

This year’s Charles Cameron Sprague

“We thank the Steering Committee

physicians has been inspired to reach new

members for dedicating their time and

heights of excellence in academic medicine

energy,” said Foundation Chairman

and patient care.”

William T. Solomon. “Thanks to our generous donors, it has been our privilege to foster this important culture within our city where generosity is imbued with such meaning.”

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