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Table of Contents Foundation President Phillip M. Plant

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University President Flavius C. Killebrew

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Donor Profile: Melvyn N. Klein

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Faculty Profile: Suzzette Chopin

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Student Profile: Audrey Gilpin

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Financial Position

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Chairs, Professorships and Other Programs

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Endowment Funds and Endowed Scholarship Council

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Funds Held by the Foundation for Scholarships 2006-2007

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Funds Held by the University for Scholarships 2006-2007

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Annual Scholarships 2006-2007

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2006 President’s Council

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Honor Wall of Recognition

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Tarpon Foundation Blue & Green Fund

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2006 Class Agents

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2006 Achieve Partnership

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Annual Giving

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Global Strategy for Investing in the Future of the University Our strategy today encompasses both domestic and international assets, and we choose highly effective managers based upon the allocation strategy and their effective implementation under that strategy.

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erhaps you are a new donor to Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. If so, you may be asking, “What is the investment approach taken by the Texas A&MCorpus Christi Foundation?� We consider investments for the University as perpetual funds where there is a very long time horizon. As such, we make decisions for the very long term. This allows us to allocate funds in a highly diverse portfolio, which can benefit from investment returns spread over many years in many different asset classes. Our goal is to be competitive with some of the major academic institutions in the nation.


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Over the past three years, the Foundation has diversified its asset base to support new elements within its investment philosophy. Our strategy today encompasses both domestic and international assets, and we choose highly effective managers based on their allocation strategy and their effective implementation under that strategy. We select investments in U.S. equities, international equities, real assets, fixed income, hedge funds, and cash and equivalents. In many ways higher education can be considered a specific industry. It has an inflation rate that is different from other industries. Much of any university’s expenses centers around salaries for faculty and staff. Our long-term returns must stay ahead of this academic inflation to provide funding for scholarships and faculty endowments. The Trustees of the Foundation are a community of individuals greatly engaged in the prosperity of the University. They strive to support investment strategies that can provide the greatest consistency of returns to meet the University’s demands. The Foundation board is prepared from both a contribution standpoint and a capital raising standpoint to meet the challenges that lay ahead. The Trustees realize the University must grow along with the Coastal Bend region and go further to enhance the vitality of this geographic area. The Foundation works hand in hand with the University’s development staff, as they are the front line in the fund-raising effort. Each of the development officers must engage prospective donors with assurances that the gifts will be managed and audited properly. Donors become comfortable with giving when they know gifts will be used to serve the University as designated. The Foundation makes that commitment. The Foundation grew to $31.9 million in total assets in our 2006 fiscal year. This is a strong accomplishment when we consider that just nine years ago our assets were around $16 million. There is an opportunity for this fund to be in the $80 million to $100 million range in the next 10 years. Our goal is to be able to disburse around $5 million a year in funds to support the University’s people and programs. These achievements are what enrich Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and what the Foundation stands behind.

Phillip M. Plant, President Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Foundation

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Investing in the Future of Education Pays Big Dividends As public universities see fewer dollars coming from state coffers to support higher education, more importance grows for philanthropists to fill the need for private support that will allow families of limited and moderate income to achieve their educational dreams.

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Dr. Flavius C. Killebrew

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hen I became president of this emerging University, we envisioned a campus booming with the vitality of expansion, where the skyline of our beautiful island was dotted with cranes erecting state-of-the-art facilities for the growing student population. Some people would call that progress. At Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi we call it “Momentum 2015.� But visions are only dreams until people step up to make them a reality. Without the generous contributions of those who are achieving their goals in life, the prospects of many students pursuing a college degree would be severely limited, and in some cases their ambitions unattainable. As public universities see fewer dollars coming from state coffers to support higher education, more importance grows for


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philanthropists to fill the need for private support that will allow families of limited and moderate income to achieve their educational dreams. That’s just one part of the equation. When students and their families make financial and intellectual investments in a University, they expect and deserve the best possible education. It is the University’s responsibility to provide those students with superlative faculty and facilities that rival the top institutions of higher learning in the nation. We are already doing that with the recent addition of the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies, the Math and Science Teacher Resource Center and the Performing Arts Center, none of which would have been possible without significant contributions from friends of the University. But financial contributions are more than gifts to the University, they are an investment in the future of Corpus Christi and the Coastal Bend. A study by University economics professors Jim Lee and David Yoskowitz documented that the University has an annual direct impact of $109 million on the Coastal Bend economy. For every increase of 1,000 students, the annual impact on the Coastal Bend is estimated at $23.3 million. That’s an excellent return on any investment. While just a few years ago the vast majority of our students came from area high schools, today about half come from all over the state, nation and other countries. In addition to their immediate impact on the economy, some of these students will contribute to the future of Corpus Christi by remaining here after graduation to start businesses and raise families. Although Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi will soon celebrate its 60th birthday, it is still a fledgling institution when compared with the institutions of higher learning that have turned out many of the country’s most important political, business and social leaders, past and present. Thanks to our donors, the University is ready to take its place among our premier universities. It is amazing how much has been accomplished in the last 35 years, since the Corpus Christi community made a $1.5 million investment in the future by passing a bond initiative to purchase Ward Island and donate it to the state for the University campus. Today that investment is worth almost $500 million. With all we’ve accomplished, it’s exciting and inspiring to envision what the future holds for Corpus Christi and the Island University.

Flavius C. Killebrew, President & CEO Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

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Meeting Life’s Challenges to Achieve Success I see three types of people—those who act to build a better community, those who sit and comment and those who wake up and ask ‘What happened?’

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Melvyn N. Klein

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t’s the Horatio Alger story, and more. A native Chicagoan who spent his childhood in nearby Indiana, Melvyn N. Klein was driven to success by reading stories about America’s leaders, especially those who had similar modest beginnings. The son of an electrician, Mr. Klein made his way to Colgate University, where he studied economics and excelled as a debating champion. But it was a tragic automobile accident in his freshman year, where he was the sole survivor, that furthered his motivation to make a positive difference in the world. While attending law school at Columbia University, Mr. Klein was named an International Fellow and received the Edward John Noble Leadership Award. Although class work was rigorous, he still found time to work for investment firm C. V. Starr & Co. and the American International Group. “I expect students to do the very best they can with their individual abilities,” Mr. Klein says. “We are all different and have diverse interests. I would hope that students use their time in school to learn lifelong habits of being curious and expanding one’s knowledge.”


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His first objective in life was public service, and after earning his law degree, Mr. Klein’s political interests flourished. He served as a legislative assistant to U.S. Congressman Sidney Yates of Chicago. This led to leadership positions on Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey’s national campaign staff for the presidency of the United States. Mr. Klein’s career then turned toward entrepreneurship and investments. He became a senior partner of the Wall Street investment firm of Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette, concentrating on the entertainment and health care industries. There he conceived the creation of capital pools for principal investing, heralding in the era of leveraged buyouts. A pioneering merchant banker, Mr. Klein has led the formation and operation of many companies, most of which were successfully merged or sold. His long-term association with Dan Lufkin and Tom and Jay Pritzker led to GKH Partners, L.P., which once bid for control of RJR Nabisco. His entertainment industry interests created two independent film companies that produced such films as Sophie’s Choice, The Fugitive, Shadowlands, and A Bronx Tale. Oil and gas industry interests and marriage to a Corpus Christi native led him to a life in Corpus Christi, Texas; Mr. Klein is today ingrained into the prosperity of the greater community. For 25 years his guest columns in the Corpus Christi Caller-Times newspaper championed public policy, the free enterprise system and our nation’s heroes. “A person must make where he and his family live the best it can possibly be,” Mr. Klein says. “I see three types of people—those who act to build a better community, those who sit and comment, and those who wake up to ask ‘what happened?’ ” Mr. Klein notes that a major university is an absolutely essential asset for the quality of life in any community. He adds that Texas A&M-Corpus Christi integrates its programs and services within the Coastal Bend region to provide educational and cultural opportunities that make this an outstanding place to live. Mr. Klein’s relationship with universities and non-profit organizations throughout the nation attests to his desire to improve the well-being of society. He is proud of the research and translational research treatment of patients at the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, where he serves on its board and executive committee, saying his ongoing goal is to “help find cures for cancer.” A President’s Council member and three-time commencement speaker at A&M-Corpus Christi, Mr. Klein was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters in 1997. He established the Melvyn N. Klein Scholarship for Writing and Communication in 1998. In April 2006, Mr. Klein was named the G. Russell Kirkland Distinguished Visitor’s Chair in Business Administration. He earlier taught entrepreneurship as an adjunct professor. “Education is the foundation of our democracy and the basis upon which people are able to capitalize on opportunity,” Mr. Klein says. “Without extensive education and lifelong learning, one really is less able to contribute to, operate within and be effective in his or her career and public service.” As for his Horatio Alger roots, Mr. Klein was inducted into the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans in 1996 and currently serves on its board of directors. The organization, formed by Rev. Norman Vincent Peale, seeks those who exemplify unselfish contributions to the nation and mankind. “At the end of the day, we’re all part of one larger community,” he says.

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Professor’s Love of Biology is in the Blood Students become very engaged through hands-on research, where they work in the laboratories and devise their own experiments. I want students to appreciate the academic process and intellectual experience

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Dr. Suzzette Chopin

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s a child growing up in New Orleans, Suzzette Chopin would wait in the car as her father, who had a general physician practice, made his house calls to patients in the old Ninth Ward neighborhoods. Barter still existed between patient and doctor, and she enjoyed the fudge, softshell crabs and fresh oysters given in payment. Her home life was one where she and her siblings were immersed in studying and exploring science – primarily biology. “Ours was a household where we would talk around the dinner table until late at night about science and life,” she says. “We didn’t get to bed until all the questions were answered.”


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After graduating from Loyola University in New Orleans, she began teaching high school biology in the Orleans Parish public school system. As a new teacher, the important lessons she quickly learned were classroom management and how mentors can motivate students. “My students knew that I was tough, but they understood that if they wanted to learn, they needed to ask questions until they were exhausted,” she says. “You also have to be organized in the classroom because a good teacher must create opportunities for students to learn.” Dr. Chopin’s own desire to continue learning pushed her through graduate school in biological sciences at Loyola and the earning of her Ph.D. in anatomy from the Louisiana State University Medical Center. From there she began her rewarding journey teaching in the college classroom that today has earned her the distinction of being honored by the Texas A&M System as a Regents Professor for her exemplary contributions to the University. As a professor of biomedical sciences at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Dr. Chopin is a strong advocate of undergraduate research and believes that students learn best by taking on the role of the teacher and serving as mentors to other students. “Students become very engaged through hands-on research, where they work in the laboratories and devise their own experiments,” Dr. Chopin says. “I want students to appreciate the academic process and intellectual experience.” As someone who relishes organizing and future planning, she maintains a strong national network of colleagues who step forward with support when they know that it’s for the students. Many of her students have achieved national recognition for their own research. Dr. Chopin has directed Pre-Professional Education and Special Programs in the College of Science & Technology since 2001. She was instrumental in the University’s designation as a Role Model Institution by Minority Access, Inc., because of successes in recruiting, retaining and producing minority biomedical researchers. Dr. Chopin, who continues her research in herbal remedies, also is working to establish a Center for Undergraduate Research at the University. Her teaching focus remains on student engagement. Dr. Chopin’s classroom is one of lecture, Socratic discussion, presentations, book reports, teamwork and problem-based learning. “I like what I’m doing,” she says. “I like seeing how the looks of confusion in the faces of new students turn to ones of understanding as they learn to become our future medical students and Ph.D. students.”

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For Audrey Gilpin...

There’s No Place Like Home The point was to take a chance, and by doing that I learned a lot about myself. It gave me a lot more confidence to explore who I wanted to become.

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Audrey Gilpin

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oming out of high school Audrey Gilpin had the grades to attend just about any university in the state. But, wanting to stay close to her family, she selected Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. It turned out to be not only the comfortable choice but the right one, too. Audrey, a graduate of Corpus Christi’s King High School, had a plan. She intended to spend her freshman and sophomore years at A&M-Corpus Christi getting acclimated to college life, and then transfer to the University of Texas, where she had already been accepted. However, something happened on the way to Austin. She found that she belonged at the Island University. Hit with educational culture shock in the transition from high school, where everything was laid out for her, to college,


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where she was responsible for her own decisions, Audrey felt lost most of her freshman year. Looking for her niche, she turned to the theatre department. She auditioned for the University’s spring musical and won a part in the avant-garde rock opera “Tommy.” “My first year I just focused on academics,” she says. “Then I became involved in theatre. The point was to take a chance, and by doing that I learned a lot about myself. It gave me a lot more confidence to explore who I wanted to become.” From that point on Audrey was hooked. By her sophomore year she decided to major in English and soon took a position as a tutor and writing consultant in the University’s Writing Center. “I enjoyed working there tremendously. That’s when I first felt like I’d really accomplished something,” she says. “Writing can be intimidating and many students need extra help. Helping them gave me the feeling that I can do whatever I want to do in life.” By the time she was a senior, Audrey was president of the Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society. She also began writing serious poetry and took both first and second place in a contest sponsored by CorpusBeat magazine. Last year she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English and minor in creative writing. While her short-term goal is to become a teacher, she hopes to work in the publishing industry and admits to dreams of the day she becomes a published author. Another factor in Audrey’s decision to remain at Texas A&M UniversityCorpus Christi was the financial assistance she received as the recipient of several scholarships. Thanks to her academic diligence, she was awarded $1,000 scholarships every semester and was awarded a South Texas Academic Rising Scholars (STARS) Scholarship. During her junior and senior years she was the recipient of the Melvyn N. Klein Scholarship Endowment for Writing and Communication. While she is proud of her accomplishments, Audrey is quick to point out that her college experience would have been much more difficult without the help and encouragement of her instructors, especially Ashleigh Davis, an adjunct professor in the University’s English Department. “I really enjoyed all my professors, but she went out of her way to be there for me,” Audrey recalls,” She definitely inspired me to follow my dreams and that’s exactly what I intend to do!”

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ASSETS Current Assets:

Investment securities $24,998,710 Cash and cash equivalents 5,650,418 Accounts receivable 536 Unconditional promises to give 1,019 Total Current Assets $30,650,683

Other Assets:

Unconditional promises to give, long-term $1,084 Real estate 1,833 Mineral interests 342,420 Limited Partnerships 100,000 Remainder interests in trusts 891,071 Total Other Assets $1,336,408

TOTAL ASSETS

$31,987,091

LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS LIABILITIES Accounts payable

$20,744

Total liabilities

$20,744

NET ASSETS

Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted

Total Net Assets

$319,987 13,392,705 18,253,655 $31,966,347

FYE Total Liabilities & Net Assets

30 25 20 15 10

1996 12

1997

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2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

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Millions of Dollars

TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS $31,987,091


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Statement of Financial Position for the years ended

March 13, 2005 and March 31, 2006 2006

2005

$5,650,418 24,998,710 536 1,019

$888,252 22,333,305 18,053 1,000

$30,650,683

$23,240,610

$1,084 1,833 342,420 891,071 100,000

$2,084 1,833 294,205 1,773,924 100,000

1,336,408

2,172,046

$31,987,091

$25,412,656

Accounts payable

$20,744

$13,760

Total Liabilities

$20,744

$13,760

Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted

$319,987 13,392,705 18,253,655

$260,045 6,008,475 19,130,377

Total Net Assets

31,966,347

25,398,897

$31,987,091

$25,412,656

ASSETS Current Assets:

Cash and cash equivalents Investment securities Accounts receivable Unconditional promises to give Total Current Assets

Other Assets:

Unconditional promises to give, long-term Real estate Mineral interests Remainder interests in trusts Limited Partnerships

Total Other Assets

TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS LIABILITIES

NET ASSETS

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

The Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Foundation exists to promote the growth, quality and effectiveness of the University. Foundation activities include the solicitation, acceptance, investment and administration of gifts and bequests for the benefit of the University. Trustees of the Foundation understand the positive impact of education and donate their time, talent and resources in support of the University. Annual Report 2006

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Chairs, Professorships and Other Programs The Conrad Blucher Fund for the Advancement of Science and Technology

An endowment that created The Conrad Blucher Institute for Surveying and Science, whose mission includes state, federal and private sector research and education.

Ennis S. and Virginia C. Joslin Chair in Accounting

Chair in accounting used to attract and retain the highest quality academicians possible in the field of accounting.

Rogelio “Roger” Benavides Memorial Chair

Chair for engineering technology and the promotion of industrial safety.

Dr. Joe Frantz Professorship

Professorship in history to recognize excellence and originality in the teaching of history.

Paul and Mary Haas Professorship in English

Professorship in English to encourage academic excellence.

Daniel E. and Carol Isensee Kilgore Endowment for Texana

An endowment for the Special Collections and Archives Department of the Mary and Jeff Bell Library to purchase rare Texana and related materials to add to the Kilgore Collection.

Hans and Patricia Suter Endowment

Gifts from donors continue to promote the growth, quality and effectiveness of the University long after the

Benefits the Center for Coastal Studies, primarily in coastal zone environmental studies, whose emphasis is on pollution studies.

gifts are made. Under the

Tom L. Goad Endowment

to generate revenue,

Foundation’s stewardship, these initial gifts are invested

Benefits the Center for Coastal Studies.

which contributes to the

Edwin Singer Presidential Endowment

development of the campus by

Provides supplemental support to the administration for the President’s work on behalf of the University.

underwriting scientific research, professorships, construction projects and improvements in classroom technology.

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Endowment Funds The Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Foundation points with great pride to the many deeply committed donors whose gifts continue to promote the growth, quality and effectiveness of the University, giving students mastery of the tools of today and tomorrow.

Excellence Funds Mary and Jeff Bell Excellence Fund Edward Harte Excellence Fund

Funds Held for Capital Projects Lichtenstein Performing Arts II Fund O’Connor Building Fund

Endowed Scholarship Council Platinum Wave

E. Marvin Collins Scholarship Endowment Wright Family Scholarship Fund

Gold Wave

John W. Boatwright Memorial Scholarship Endowment John Chapman Endowed Scholarship C.J. Davidson Scholarship Endowment Arthur F. Lobe Scholarship Endowment

Silver Wave

Ennis S. and Virginia C. Joslin Scholarship Endowment Melvyn N. Klein Scholarship Endowment for Writing and Communication One Hundred Club Scholarship Endowment

Green Wave

American Bank Scholarship Endowment William Armour Ball, Jr. Endowed Scholarship Ruth Campbell Scholarship Endowment Clinical Nurse Specialist Graduate Scholarship Endowment Susan McAdams Dugan Scholarship Endowment Rene Haas Student Leader Scholarship Endowment Mrs. Willard (Jeannine) Hammonds Sr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship John O. Heldenfels Honorary Scholarship Endowment Laverne and Thomas Howell Endowed Scholarship Islander Class Agent Scholarship Endowment Dr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Kennedy Endowed Scholarship Marty S. Pritchett Memorial Scholarship Endowment Margaret Rose Turnbull Scholarship Endowment

Blue Wave

Dinah Bowman Honors Scholarship Endowment Sam and Anne Countiss Scholarship Endowment Marian and John Crutchfield Scholarship Endowment John and Augusta Doan Endowed Scholarship Evening Post Publishing Company KRIS TV Scholarship Endowment Dr. Hector P. Garcia Scholarship Endowment Richard and Florence King Scholarship Endowment Margaret Mary Miller Endowed Scholarship James and Candace Moloney Scholarship Endowment Bernard and Joan Paulson Scholarship Endowment Bonnie and Edward G. Pereida Scholarship Endowment Frank Robinson Memorial Scholarship Endowment Rotary Club of Corpus Christi Scholarship Endowment Earl C. Sams Foundation Scholarship Endowment Sembradores De Amistad de Corpus Christi Scholarship Endowment Joseph and Ruth Sheinberg Scholarship Endowment Donald St. John Smith Scholarship Endowment Student Foundation Leadership Scholarship Endowment Ben F. Vaughan, Jr. Scholarship Endowment C. J. Watson Memorial Scholarship Endowment

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Funds Held by the Foundation for Scholarships 2006-2007 American Bank Scholarship Endowment John W. Boatwright Memorial Scholarship Endowment Dinah Bowman Honors Scholarship Endowment Fund George Brown Memorial Scholarship Endowment Ruth Campbell Scholarship Endowment John Chapman Endowed Scholarship Clinical Nurse Specialist Graduate Scholarship Endowment E. Marvin Collins Scholarship Endowment Sam and Anne Countiss Scholarship Endowment Crutchfield Family Scholarship Endowment Marc DeDominicis Memorial Scholarship Endowment John and Augusta Doan Endowed Scholarship Susan McAdams Dugan Scholarship Endowment Evening Post Publishing Company-KRIS TV Scholarship Endowment Rene Haas Student Leadership Scholarship Endowment John O. Heldenfels Honorary Scholarship Fund Jace C. Hoffman Memorial Scholarship Endowment Instituto de Cultura Hispanica de Corpus Christi Scholarship Endowment Island University Scholarship Endowment Ennis S. and Virginia C. Joslin Scholarship Endowment Richard and Florence King Scholarship Endowment Melvyn N. Klein Scholarship Endowment for Writing and Communication Arthur F. Lobe Scholarship Endowment JoLee McKenzie Memorial Scholarship Endowment George & Lorwen Merriman Scholarship Endowment Margaret Mary Miller Endowed Scholarship James & Candace Moloney Scholarship Endowment Ocker, Cross, Newman and Bub Youth Scholarship Endowment One Hundred Club Scholarship Endowment Bernard and Joan Paulson Scholarship Endowment Bonnie and Edward G. Pereida Scholarship Endowment Marty S. Pritchett Memorial Scholarship Endowment Sydne Gail Richman Scholarship Endowment Frank Robinson Memorial Scholarship Endowment Rotary Club of Corpus Christi Leadership Scholarship Endowment Earl C. Sams Foundation Scholarship Endowment Selena Endowment for Scholarships in Music and Performing Arts Sembradores de Amistad de Corpus Christi Scholarship Endowment Joseph and Ruth Sheinberg Scholarship Endowment Leslie Simon Scholarship Endowment Donald St. John Smith Scholarship Endowment Frances K. Snyder Scholarship Endowment Stephanie’s Song Memorial Scholarship Endowment Dee Stephens Endowed Scholarship in Nursing Celika Storm Scholarship Endowment Student Foundation Leadership Scholarship Endowment Dr. B. Alan Sugg Scholarship Endowment Ron Woods Athletic Scholarship Endowment Wright Family Scholarship Fund Carl Douglas Wyatt Memorial Scholarship Endowment

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Endowed scholarship funds are invested by the Foundation to generate sufficient revenue to cover tuition and other related expenses for qualified students who have financial needs. Many of our grateful scholarship recipients are the first in their families to receive a university education.


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Funds Held by the University for Scholarships 2006-2007 Dean Moustafa H. Abdelsamad Honorary Scholarship Endowment Ace-Schlitz Scholarship Endowment Alpha Delta Kappa Scholarship Endowment William Armour Ball, Jr. Endowed Scholarship Hugo Berlanga Honorary Scholarship Endowment Karen Allen Bickham Memorial Scholarship Endowment Charles A. Bonniwell, III Scholarship Endowment Mary Lorena Brown Bain Scholarship Endowment Robert Douglas Browning Memorial Scholarship Endowment Eddie Cavazos Honorary Scholarship Endowment C.J. Davidson Scholarship Endowment Corpus Christi Human Resource Management Association Scholarship Endowment James R. Dinn Scholarship Endowment Karen Koester Dodson Scholarship Exxon USA Foundation Scholarship Endowment Dr. Hector P. Garcia Scholarship Endowment Glasscock Memorial Scholarship Endowment Thomas L. Goad Scholarship Endowment Loyce McGehearty Hagens Scholarship Endowment Mrs. Willard (Jeannine) Hammonds Sr. Memorial Scholarship Endowment Steven H. Harpole Memorial Scholarship Endowment Janet Harte Scholarship Endowment Henry H. Hildebrand Scholarship Endowment Laverne & Thomas Howell Endowed Scholarship Todd Hunter Honorary Scholarship Endowment Luther Jones Honorary Scholarship Endowment Dr. Donald Eugene Joyner Memorial Endowed Scholarship Harold Kaffie Scholarship Endowment Dr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Kennedy Endowed Scholarship KPMG Peat Marwick Scholarship Endowment Frederick P. Kroeger Memorial Scholarship Endowment Hubert A. McNally Scholarship Endowment Grace L. Malinowski Memorial Scholarship Endowment Dr. David Miller Endowed Scholarship Joseph P. and Patty Puig Mueller Endowed Scholarship Fund National Association of Women in Construction Honors Scholarship Endowment Nueces County Medical Society and Alliance Centennial Scholarship Endowment Mary Packwood Scholarship Endowment Padre Island Business Association Scholarship Endowment Anne C. Parr Scholarship Endowment The Dan & Carolyn Pedrotti Geological Scholarship Millicent Quammen Memorial Scholarship Endowment Dr. Sarah Rogers Memorial Scholarship Endowment Rotary Club of Southside Corpus Christi Scholarship Endowment Heidi Serrao Memorial Scholarship Endowment Si Se Puede Scholarship Endowment Diane M. Speed Scholarship Endowment Martha Harman Spencer Scholarship Endowment Manuel and Dolores Tagle Scholarship Endowment Ruby Talmage Scholarship Endowment Genevieve Tarlton-Dougherty Scholarship Endowment Texas Jazz Festival Scholarship in Honor of Wanda Gregory Thorpe Insulation Scholarship Endowment Carlos Truan Honorary Scholarship Endowment Margaret Rose Turnbull Scholarship Endowment Ben F. Vaughan, Jr. Scholarship Endowment Philip and Clarice Wallock Theatre Arts Endowed Scholarship Guy Warren Memorial Scholarship Endowment C.J. Watson Memorial Scholarship Endowment Dr. Jane Wilhour Scholarship Endowment Judge Allen Wood Scholarship Endowment

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Annual Scholarships 2006-2007 Alternative Environmental Research Scholarship Army ROTC Excellence Fund Ruth M. Bakke Scholarship Fund Elaine E. Barbiere Foundation Scholarship Joyce Barnes Memorial Scholarship Bateman Family Scholarship Behmann Brothers Foundation Scholarship Canales & Simonson Scholarship Carpenter Scholarship Castleberry Surveying Church of the Good Shepard Scholarship CITGO Math & Science Challenge Scholarship CCA Texas Scholarship Fund Community Outreach Scholarship Corpus Christi Business and Professional Womens Club Scholarship Corpus Christi Estate Planning Council Scholarship Corpus Christi Industrial Lions Club Scholarship Ford Salute to Education Scholarship Richard Free Memorial Scholarship Grace Presbyterian Church Scholarship Paul and Mary Haas Foundation Scholarship Paul and Annie Hafernik Scholarship Cheryl Hein Memorial Scholarship Curt Hofheinz Memorial Scholarship Jeannette Holloway Scholarship Houston Alumni Club Scholarship Island Ambassador Scholarship John G. and Marie Stella Kenedy Foundation Scholarship Michael and Hilda Lathrop Scholarship Morris L. Lichtenstein, Jr. Scholarship Morris L. Lichtenstein, Jr. String Quartet Scholarship Mary Catherine Lowe Memorial Scholarship Dorothy Lumb Memorial Scholarship Mano-A-Mano Scholarship David W. May Memorial Scholarship Steve Morales Screenplay Writing Scholarship Jane and Kenneth Owens Scholarship

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Many generous donors fund a variety of scholarships to assist local students as well as students throughout Texas, the United States and other countries.

William and Ella Owens Medical Research Foundation Scholarship Pan American Round Table Scholarship Barbara Pope Memorial Scholarship Myrom L. “Hap� Potter Scholarship Andres Saldana Memorial Scholarship SAM, Inc. Scholarship San Antonio Club Scholarship Elizabeth Sanchez-Stevens Memorial Scholarship Scott Electric Company IBEW LU 278 Scholarship South Texas Academic Rising Scholars (STARS) Scholarship Ruth Parr Sparks Foundation Scholarship Spohn Nursing Scholarship John Stevenson Honor Scholarship University Services Scholarship Kevin Weber Memorial Scholarship Sarah Weismantel Memorial Scholarship Zonta Club of Corpus Christi Scholarship


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Foundation and University Donors 2006 President’s Council Legacy Circle

Medora and George Blucher Ed Harte Karen and Mike O’Connor

Platinum Circle

Jeff Bell Louise and John Chapman Virginia and Randy Cutlip

Silver Circle

Mary and Charles Campbell Becky and Bob Grimes Janet and Al Jones Annette and Mel Klein Chaiok and Woo Sung Lee Debbie and Dennis Payne Ruth and Joe Sheinberg Chela Storm Sandra and Richard Valls

The President’s Council is a group of committed leaders and friends of the University who share a vision of preparing students for a life of learning, leadership and service. Funds raised by this group support the Presidential Scholarships and provide President Killebrew with funds to meet the University’s goals of Excellence, Engagement and Expansion. This list represents gifts received from September 1, 2005 through August 31, 2006.

Bronze Circle

Mervat and Moustafa Abdelsamad Chris and Bob Adler Peggy and Avinash Ahuja Patricia and James Albright Jennifer Bowen Bates Cindy and Mike Boudloche Mary Jo and Harvie Branscomb Vanessa and Fred Braselton Julie and John Buckley Betsy and Mike Carrell Robin Carter Merita and Eliot Chenaux Ellenita and Bruce Collins Ann and David Coover Diann and Frank Cornish Bob Corrigan Genevieve Cox Becky and David Crow Marian and John Crutchfield Martha and Charlie DeCou Gayle and Charles Doraine Jack Dugan Jewel and Les Dunn Pat Eisenhauer Anna and Morris Engelhardt Phyllis and George Finley Maxine Flournoy Cornelia Freeman Fran and Joe Fulton Kathy Funk-Baxter and Stephen Baxter Gloria and Bob Furgason Mary Jane Garza Mary and Jimmy Goldston Celeste and Gene Guernsey Mary and Paul Haas Rene and David Haas Rob Hall Mary Jane and Robert Hamilton Tiny and George Hawn Liz and Fred Heldenfels Gloria and Ed Hicks Lucy and Putt Hill Mary and Bill Hill

Trent Hill Margie and Mark Hulings Cathy Hurley-Foose Cissy and Joe Janosek Kathy and Flavius Killebrew Carol and Sammy Kins Lib Kirkland Leon Loeb Kitty and Bob Lovitt Patricia and Alan Lucke Beth and Gary Malone Pat McNeil Evelyn and Rick Merrill Maureen and Bill Miller Patty and Joe Mueller Thetis and Loyd Neal Patty and Hank Nuss Alice and Ted Oakley Ruth and Joe O’Brien Lin and Paul Orser Joan and Bernie Paulson Carolyn and Dan Pedrotti Paula and Frank Pezold Laurie and Phil Plant Laura and Tony Pletcher Ella and Lev Prichard Christine Salch Janet and Felipe Santos Ellen and Gene Seaman Mary Sherwood and Ron George Toby Shor and Kenton McDonald Davie Lou and Jack Solka Dee and Ted Stephens Catherine and Sam Susser Daryl and George Tanner Denise and Sergio Tavares Karen and Larry Urban Yma and Chuck Urban Patt and Ben Wallace Clarice and Phil Wallock Virginia and Lawrence Wheeless Lola and Ivan Wilson Glenna Sue and Larry Wood

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Honor Wall of Recognition The Honor Wall of Recognition, located in the Legacy Hall of the University Center, showcases the University’s most generous donors and reflects cumulative giving. It affords a visual recognition of these most inspired donors with bronze plaques in their likeness.

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Legacy Society

Bronze Inner Circle of Excellence

Zula H. and Conrad M. Blucher Edward H. Harte Karen and Mike O’Connor

AEP American Bank Wynell Haley Ball Bank of America B P America Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Crutchfield Davidson Family Charitable Foundation Exxon / Mobil Corporation George A. Finley III and Family Flint Hills Resources Lucien and Maxine Flournoy Williard H. Hammonds, Sr. William Randolph Hearst Foundation John O. Heldenfels Laverne and Thomas Howell Foundation International Bank of Commerce Lynda Y. and Harris A. Kaffie Dr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Kennedy Foundation Annette and Melvyn N. Klein Arthur F. Lobe Leon Stephen Loeb Amy Shelton McNutt Charitable Trust The Moody Foundation One Hundred Club of Corpus Christi Anne C. Parr Bernard A. and Joan L. Paulson Marty R. Pritchett Earl C. Sams Foundation, Inc. SBC Foundation Ruth and Joseph L. Sheinberg Shell Oil Company Valero Refining Company The Welch Foundation Loris Jane Welhausen Management Trust

Gifts of $10,000,000 and up

Platinum Inner Circle of Excellence Gifts of $1,000,000 - $9,999,999

Mary and Jeff Bell Rogelio “Roger” Benavides Ruth A. Campbell John and Louise Chapman E. Marvin Collins Dr. J. T. “Jack” Dugan Family Samuel H. Frech Mary and Paul Haas Virginia C. and Ennis S. Joslin Morris L. Lichtenstein, Jr. Foundation William and Maureen Miller The Blanche Davis Moore Foundation Frances K. Snyder Susser Holdings, L.L.C. Gazzie and Guy Warren The Lonnie Wright Family

Gold Inner Circle of Excellence Gifts of $500,000 - $999,999

Shirley and Dusty Durrill Rene Haas and David Perry Houston Endowment Inc. The John G. and Marie Stella Kenedy Memorial Foundation STARS / L&F Distributors, Ltd. Woo Sung Lee ‘59 Edwin and Patsy Dunn Singer Margaret Turnbull

Gifts of $100,000 - $249,999

Silver Inner Circle of Excellence

Heritage Society

Gifts of $250,000 - $499,999

Estate and Life Income Gifts

Behmann Brothers Foundation Jean Boatwright Howard E. and Mary H. Butt Foundation CITGO Corpus Christi Refinery Coastal Bend Community Foundation James R. Dougherty, Jr. Foundation Lucille Freeman Glasscock Jeannette Holloway Mrs. John Allen King Ed Rachal Foundation Celika “Chela” Storm

Mary and Jeff Bell John and Louise Chapman Joyce Cloud Waltraud Kluetsch DeVille Lynda Y. and Harris A. Kaffie Paddy Lann Jr. Trust Lorwen L. and George J. Merriman, Jr., M.D. Lillian A. Murray Carol and Art Zeitler

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Tarpon Foundation 2006 Blue & Green Fund MVP

($25,000 and above)

Scholarship Club ($10,000-$24,999)

* McKinnon Broadcasting Inc.

Director’s Club ($5,000-$9,999)

Conquer the Coast + Corpus Christi Caller Times Corpus Christi Roadrunners Ed Hicks Imports * Flint Hills Resources McDonald’s Restaurants Padre Staples Mall # Jack and Jane Rutledge * VALERO Refining Company

Gold Club

($2,500-$4,999)

The Tarpon Foundation is a non-profit program that serves as the main fundraising arm for Islander Athletics. Members support scholarships for talented male and female student athletes and contribute to the general operating budget for athletics, which includes equipment, travel budgets and academic counseling. This list represents gifts received from September 1, 2005 through August 31, 2006.

* SSP/Stripes

Advantage Public Storage Wayne Ambroze + Buckley & Associates P.C. David Bonilla + CITGO Corpus Christi Refinery Contractors Building Supply David and Ann Coover Corpus Christi Hooks Kevin Corrigan Jack Dugan EOG Resources Dr. Bruce Gibson Goodwin Safety Services H-E-B Jason’s Deli Dr. James and June Leibfarth Dr. Paul and Vicki Loeffler Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine Associates Anne C. Parr Matt and Susan Paul Pizza Hut STARRS Unique Employment Services Ben and Patt Wallace Whataburger Tom and Kathy Westerman 22

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Silver Club

($1,000-$2,499)

AEP Texas American Bank American Light Anny Artz Bay Area Bicycles Jeff Bell Berry Contracting, Inc. Bevill & Wood Financial Services Borden Milk Products, Inc + Mike and Cindy Boudloche Dick Bowers + Fred and Vanessa Braselton Wilson and Sheryl Calhoun + Edward M. and Pam Cantu Don and Tabitha Clark Corpus Christi Regional Economic Development Corp. Clay E. Coalson Cup Graphics

Dewbre Petroleum Corporation David and Ann Engel Enterprise Rent-A-Car + Fulton Construction + Dr. Robert and Gloria Furgason Gignac & Associates Gulfway Shopping Center + HEST Fitness Products Holiday Inn Emerald Beach Dr. Richard and Jonita Ingraham International Bank of Commerce Ken and Amanda Kellar Flavius and Kathy Killebrew Rex and Kendra Kinnison J. Mark Miller * Jim and Candace Moloney Navy/Army Federal Credit Union Teri Nelson + Jim and Tina Ousley Pathology Associates of Corpus Christi

Bernard and Joan Paulson + Raymond and Robin Perrone + Port of Corpus Christi Reflections of Texas Bob and Janet Rice Russell Medical San Jacinto Title Scott Electric + Shea Physical Therapy T.K. Shelly Richard and Rose Mary Shepperd Marshall and Sue Smith Star Shuttle Swiff-Train Company + VALUE BANK TEXAS Victoria Orthotic & Prosthetic Services Inc. Gary and Mary Whittington Derrest Williams + Jay and Julie Wise

Bronze Club ($500-$999)

+ Ronnie and Nelda Arrow Beecroft Construction Mark Bohling Business Product Supply Mark and Shanna Carter David Coggins D&C Fence Company, Inc. # Alvis and Darlene Dowell Donald and Carol Feferman * Richard and Beverly Glaser + Arthur Haas +# Shirald and Suzy Hendrix Joel and Dawn Hilliard Mel Klein *# Dr. Ken and Betty Maroney +# Dr. Robert and Judy Maroney Bill and Maureen Miller

Name Stores USA Not So Fast, LTD. Dr. Robert Oshman Margaret “Penny” Pacheco Pitzco + Prosperity Bank Renfrow & Company Inc. Robert Robinson Sanborn’s Travel + Shiner, Moseley & Associates Sorrell, Anderson, Lehrman, & Ridulfo L.L.P. South Texas Retina Consultants South Texas Provisions Swantner & Gordon Brian and Karen Teter

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Tarpon Foundation 2006 Blue & Green Fund, continued Coaches Club

($250-$499) Apices Appraisal Group, LLC. Armadillo Sport Chiropractic BFI Barcom Bill Batey Kathy Funk-Baxter and Steve Baxter + Mike and Caroline Bertuzzi Phil and Carol Blackmar Captain Hook Roll Off Box Service Corpus Christi Women’s Clinic Design Electric

Sonia Escamilla - Hernandez Ben and Nancy Eshleman + First Community Bank Lyle German Gulf Business Forms Bob and Ann Halverson Jimmie and Joyce Hawthorne # Damon Hollingsworth Pearson and Beth Knolle Dr. Joe Lewis Wayne Lytle Martin Water Wells

Mark and Lori Mierzwa Omni Hotels Corpus Christi Oso Creek Animal Hospital Mary Shockley Shoreline Gas Tom and Michelle Silver Randy and Mary Steward Trophyland Howard and Julia Townsend # O. Jay Williams Bob and Frances Wolter Vernon Wuensche

Ewing Construction Sam and Lorrie Ferris Shawn Flanagan +# Gordon and Donna Gilmore Haddad Advertising Co. Robert and Sherry Halbrook Richard and Ginger Harris Andrew and Ellie Helton Bill and Joan Hennings Rick and Yolanda Hobbs William and Gail Huie Shelby Jordan Dan and Barb Karpanty # Dr. George and Rita Kemp Steven King # Lloyd and Annise Lindeburg Long’s Heating & Air Wayne and Cynthia Lundquist Kimberley Martinez John and Mary Ann McGregor Frank and Joanne Montesano Morehead, Dotts, & Associates Steve Moore Joe Nance Nueces Energy Inc. David Parr Sam and Marie Pennington # Alessandra Perez Manuel Ortega C. Don Reed Dr. Charles Robertson

Rodney and Sarah Rodriguez Debra Roof Nancy Ross David Russell + Russell-Veteto Engineering Gene and Sylvia Salazar John and Deborah Secord # James and Carole Sharp Harold Shockley Terry Signor Kyle and Ashley Smith Dr. Philip and Carla Snowden Steward Energy Resources Steve and Allison Tagliabue James and Judy Teter Dr. Patrick J. and Nancy Thomas Steven and Janet Tillinger + Jerry and Becky Van Beveren Noel and Nilda Vella Al and Glenna Viola Susan Watts + Dr. Tim and Linda Wells Western Steel Co. Doylene White Norman and Joyce Wilcox C. Ivan and Lola Wilson Paul and Carol Wilson Bill and Mary Jo Woodhouse David and Melissa Wright Dawn Wuthrich + Arthur and Carol Zeitler

Century Club

($100-$249) Ed and Dorothy Aberly Dr. Raymond Acebo Joe Adame & Associates Dave and Carol Allen Richard Avila James and Marian Benning Bill and Kathleen Bevill Dr. Robert Bezdek Jim Boller Chip and Susan Bonner Mindy Degroot Brill Eddie and Valarie Buhidar Pam Buhidar LeeAnn Coleman Cantwell Mattress Company Dr. Christopher and Lynne Comstock David and Katherine Conoly Humberto Contreras Cooper Outdoor Advertising, Inc. Paul Crisp John and Marian Crutchfield Terry and Susan Dahlman Brian and Valerie DeAngelis George and Lynn del Alamo + Ken and Sibyl DeKoning Phil Denniston Kim Dowell Eddie and Patty Dunn Tim and Amy Ehrman Terry and Beryl Esse Bill and Michelle Ewing 24

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2006 Class Agents William Harolds Hannah Henzen Sonia Hernandez Elizabeth Hewitt Patricia Hill Amber Holtzman Katie Hoover Megan Horton Sara Huerta Korina Jackson Katina Jenkin - Yoakum Cynthia Jimenez Monica Johns Cynthia Johnson Stacey Jones Cindia Joslin Christopher King Kristi Kosina Kristi Kramer Kathleen Lamb Danielle LaPell Kim Lara Desiree Lawyer Maria Linan Yvette Lindial Rachel Lumsdon Kassandra Lyon Audrey Maldonado Kristina Massingill Linda Monique Maynez Candice Mendiola Samantha Mendoza Christina Mondragon Yajaira Monsivais Kate Montagna

Gianna Morales Patricia Moulds Mary Beth Muschenheim Nabil Nasseri Tiffany Olvera Joanne Palmer Rachel Ramirez Devan Rasnick Stephanie Rodriguez Leopoldo Romano Betty Rutherford Jennifer Saenz Stacey Sanchez Melissa Sanchez Andrew Scott Alisha Soleymani Sylvia Story Sita Swann Lea Trevino Paul Vasquez Tabitha Villareal Stephanie White

Sandra Aleman Tsedal Ashby Whitney Bates Yvette Bazan Sarah Bennett Amy Boone Marques Bowden Amber Bugge Stacey Campbell Sandra Campos Rueben Cantu Erin Carr Michelle Champagne David Citko Allison Clark Lashauna Coley Krista Coons Candace Crawford Sheri Criddle Megan Crump Martha Daubenspeck William Bryan Davis Thesha Deen Renee DeLaTorre Crystal Dunbar Jennifer Escamilla Elisa Evans Jenna Farris Serena Flores Madeline Frost Rose Gallinal Nicole Garcia Klaire Garcia Martha Garcia Kristi Gleason Irma Gonzalez-Ramirez

The Class Agent program is designed to build camaraderie within each graduating class by fostering early involvement with the alumni association and encouraging alumni to give annually to the Islander Fund. The money raised by each graduating class funds the Islander Class Agent Scholarship Endowment. This list represents gifts received from the Class of 2006 for the period January 1, 2006 through December 31, 2006.

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Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi 2006 Achieve Partnership Endowed Partner

Platinum Partners

Gold Partners The Laredo National Bank Corpus Christi

Silver Partners

Bronze Partners

A. R. Sanchez Memorial Scholarship

Ambulatory Adult Neurology, P.A.

Fulton

Coastcon

General Contractors

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Bronze Partners, continued Peggy and Avinash Ahuja Art Museum of South Texas Bay Ltd., A Berry Company John G. and Marie Stella Kenedy Memorial Fund

Provost Associates Baytree Ocean Drive Apartments Charter Bank Ann and David Engel Gowland, Strealy, Morales & Co., PLLC Alan Lucke & Associates Ocean Palms Apartments Solomon P. Ortiz International Center

Dean Associates Action 10 KZTV Advanced Acoustic Concepts AEP Texas AT&T Braselton Homes, Inc. Business Interiors of Texas Christus Spohn Health System Citgo Petroleum Corporation Clear Channel Communications Corpus Christi Hooks Corpus Christi Medical Center Corrigan Insurance Gayle and Charles Doraine Driscoll Children’s Hospital FASTSIGNS Phyllis and George Finley First American Title Frost National Bank Rosie and Richard R. Garza Incarnate Word Academy Joe Adame & Associates, Inc. KIII TV3 Kleberg Bank Knopp & Hardcastle, P.C. LandLord Resources, LLC

Faculty Associates

Robin Carter Ellenita and Bruce Collins Marian and John Crutchfield Patty and Joe Mueller Joan and Bernie Paulson Mary Pennington

Laurie and Phillip Plant Chela Storm Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Student Affairs Karen and Larry Urban Pete’s Chicken n More Franchising, Inc. Remax Metro Properties San Jacinto Title Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, College of Nursing & Health Sciences Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Comptroller’s Office Patsy and C.C. Winn

The Achieve Partnership program is designed to build and sustain relationships between the University and the business and professional community. Members make annual gifts that are used for honors, leadership and need-based student scholarships. This list represents gifts received from September 1, 2005, through August 31, 2006.

L&F Distributors McCampbell & Williams, LLP Michelle’s Florist Maureen and Bill Miller Loyd Neal Campaign Navy Army Federal Credit Union Port of Corpus Christi Authority Regional Transportation Authority Siemens Building Technology Sterling Personnel Catherine and Sam L. Susser Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Academic Affairs Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Conrad Blucher Institute Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Enrollment Management Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Finance and Administration Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Islander Athletics Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Islander ROTC Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, National Alumni Association Board Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Tutoring & Learning Center Texas State Aquarium U.S.S. Lexington Wells Fargo Private Client Services West Oso ISD WKMC Architects, Inc. Work Source of the Coastal Bend

Promotional Solutions Catrina Steinocher Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Financial Assistance Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Graduate Studies and Research The Frame Up

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President’s Society ($1,000+)

American Bank Center Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Bickers Bea Blomquist ’98 Mr. Mark E. Bohling Mrs. Lou Braun Dr. Joann Canales Dr. and Mrs. Eliot Chenaux Corpus Christi Caller-Times Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. DeCou Donald R. Deis ’75 Charles L. Doraine ’70 Gayle L. Doraine Ensemble Group Mrs. Kathryn G. Funk-Baxter Dr. Richard Gigliotti H.E. Butt Grocery Company Dr. Mary Jane W. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Bill D. Hill Dr. S. Trent Hill Dr. Dee Hopkins Howard’s Bar-B-Q Ms. Cathy Hurley-Foose Kendra Kinnison ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Melvyn N. Klein Dr. Harvey R. Knull Dr. and Mrs. Sam Logsdon Mr. and Mrs. Manuel R. Lujan Mr. and Mrs. Paul Markoff Patty and Joe Mueller PPG Industries Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Rahn Eugene E. Rhemann ’84 Sam Kane Beef Processors Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Scanio III Mrs. Patricia A. Shackelford and Mr. John Wood Dr. Richard E. Shepperd Paula and Charles Stansell Mrs. Celika Storm Stuart Four Square Fund Ms. Gale S. Stuart Dr. and Mrs. Sergio Tavares Dr. John W. Tunnell, Jr.

Provost’s Society

($500 - $999) Alpha Delta Kappa-District IV Dr. Ray Bachnak Mr. Jerald O. Barnes Mrs. Lois J. Barry Harriet S. Becker ’92 Annie Bowersox ’99 Terry E. Burrowes ’70 Ms. Trudy Campbell Coastal Bend Community Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Crotty

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Exxon Dr. John D. Fernandez Dr. Haven S. Friday Dr. and Mrs. Robert R. Furgason Dr. Dan M. Goad Mr. and Mrs. John R. Grohmann Bridgette Hardin ’02 Susan K. Heinicken ’86 Dawn Kidd Henderson ’78 Mary Denise Hill ’02 Richard L. Honnick ’84 Kathryn O. Hooper ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Steven W. Leininger Mr. Nick Litinas Yolanda L. Luethcke ’84 Dr. James A. Needham Ellen Kaye Nelson ’65 Betsy A. O’Lavin ’77 Edward S. Partridge ’79 Mariaha E. Pedder ’04 Mr. Joe E. People Anna K. Powell ’92 Gilda E. Ramirez ’92 Mr. Jorge A. Ramirez Ms. Patti Schrader Ms. Paula W. Schraub Bryan C. Sexton ’00 Shell Oil Company Ronald L. Shelton ’89 Charles C. Sides ’84 Mr. and Mrs. David Smith Dr. Marilyn K. Spencer Ms. Jackie Stanfield Robbie D. Sudbury ’00 Gail S. Sutton ’84 Mr. James C. Tinkler Richter L. Tipton ’75 Mr. and Mrs. Raul Trevino Noel O. Vella ’82 Nilda Vella ’86 Dr. Robert J. Vokurka Lidia E. Wiedower ’93 Dr. Robert A. Wooster

Dean’s Society

($250 - $499) Brian P. Addison ’04 Kellie L. Addison ’03 AEP Mr. and Mrs. Isidro Aguilar Mr. and Mrs. Bobby L. Akins Mr. Juan A. Alaniz Norma L. Alaniz ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Allen Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Alvarado Mrs. Debbie Arbuckle AT&T K. Starr Bailey ’01 Ms. Anita Banda Mr. and Mrs. Luis Barba

Annual Giving Annual Giving comprises the Campus Campaign, Islander Fund and Parents’ Council. The money raised by the Funds benefits students and several areas of the University’s five colleges. Alumni, parents, and faculty and staff who participate in these Funds help to improve the quality of education offered at the University. This list represents gifts received from September 1, 2005 through August 31, 2006.

Mrs. Maribeth Bartz Martha M. Bath ’73 Mr. Danny H. Batista Rodolfo Bayardo ’93 Mr. William Beall Mr. Robert C. Beazer Dr. Adolfo Benavides Mr. and Mrs. Alvaro Benavides Mr. and Mrs. Toby Bernshausen Mrs. Martha Bersch Mr. and Mrs. Federico S. Betancourt Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Bevill Maria G. Biddle ’03 Ms. Rhonda Bienek Mr. and Mrs. Al Biernat Mr. and Mrs. Brian A. Birdy Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Bledsoe Ms. Roseann C. Bocelli Ms. Rita A. Boerjan Mark S. Bolus ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Boudloche Mr. and Mrs. Wesley D. Bownds Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Boyle Sylvia A. Brown Rachford ’59 Mr. Greg Brumit Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brzymialkiewicz Ms. Patty Buckley Mr. and Mrs. James K. Burdine Mr. and Mrs. Keith Burns Mr. and Mrs. William B. Butler Mrs. Ann Bynum Dr. Paul Cameron Mr. and Mrs. David C. Canales Ms. Melissa Cantu

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cardenas Mr. and Mrs. Austin Carter Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Casanova, Jr. Ms. Cecelia M. Cashion James J. Cashion ’71 Mr. Gary Causey Dr. Valrie J. Chambers Mrs. Grace Charbonneau Mr. and Mrs. Jesus H. Chavez Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chinnery Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Cisneros III Lisa Clark ’79 Ms. Billye S. Cole Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Coleman Collier, Johnson, & Woods, P.C. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Colwell Dr. Linda Cook Debra S. Cotter ’95 Mr. Mark Cottingham, DVM Mr. and Mrs. Wade Dahlman Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Daniels Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Davidson Tracie L. Davis ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Rodolfo De Leon, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William R. Dean Ms. Rita Degon Mr. and Mrs. Jesse J. DeLeon Mr. and Mrs. Garland R. Dieringer Mrs. Helen K. Dillon Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dixon Belinda G. Dominguez ’04 Driscoll Children’s Hospital Mr. John Dumas


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Annual Giving, continued Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Durbin Mr. and Mrs. Winfred J. Eben Mrs. Carla L. Edwards Ms. Caroline K. Einkauf Mrs. Mary Erskine Dotty M. Evans ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fitzsimmons Mr. and Mrs. Rick Florence Mr. James H. Fowler, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Al Fricke III Fulton Construction Corporation Jeannie T. Gage ’03 Ms. Donna Galvan Ms. Mary H. Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Billy Garrett Dr. Sherrye D. Garrett Mrs. Rosie Garza Mr. and Mrs. Jacinto Gonzales Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Z. Gonzales Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gonzalez Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Greene Mrs. Laura Greenwood Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Grohmann Mr. and Mrs. Patrick W. Grona Mr. and Mrs. James A. Grumman, Jr. John W. Grunenwald ’75 Eulalio Guerrero III ’97 Mr. David Gunter Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Hadden Dr. Paul L. Hain Mr. and Mrs. James K. Hammack Willard H. Hammonds, Jr. Elizabeth C. Harnden ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Harr Mrs. Anna L. Hawes Mr. Wayne E. Hawker Ms. Sharon Haynes Mr. and Mrs. Con P. Hemmesch Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hernandez Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hernandez Sonia M. Hernandez ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hewitt Ms. Melissa Hill Mrs. Renee Hill Ms. Sandra K. Hollis Shirley M. Homan ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Horne Mr. and Mrs. Rick Huddleston Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Hunt Incarnate Word Academy International Bank of Commerce Mrs. Alicia N. Jasso Arnold Jasso ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Jefferson, Jr. Ms. Sandy Jimenez Cassidy B. Johnson ’01 Mr. Philip M. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Grant Jones Jeanene S. Jones ’83 Robert C. Jones ’53 Susan C. Jones ’93 Patricia M. Jordan ’75 Mary A. Karstadt, RN ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. Kennedy Ms. Diana S. Kent Kimberly-Clark Corporation Mrs. Cynthia Kimura Mr. Rodney King Kleberg Bank Mr. and Mrs. David Knight Dr. Karen Koozer-Olson, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. W. Mike Kramer Ms. Martha Lamoureux Mr. and Mrs. Lucian A. Landreville, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I. Lawrimore Dr. Eve L. Layman Mrs. Roberta L. Lehman Dr. David G. Leo Ann V. Leslie ’94 Dr. Joseph C. Loon Mrs. Alicia Lopez Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lopez Mr. and Mrs. Gregorio Loya Frank A. Lucido ’78 Dr. Don Luna Dr. Ian R. MacDonald Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Maenius Mr. and Mrs. John M. Magee Nora Y. Maldonado ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Mangum Mr. and Mrs. Barnell H. Marek Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mariani Mr. Matt Martin Mr. and Mrs. Reid T. Massey Ms. Pamela S. Matlock Ms. Juanita Mayberry Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mazurek Ms. Nancy McCollum Mr. and Mrs. Bruce J. McConnell Dr. Phillip D. McEndree David A. McKee ’80 Mr. and Mrs. William D. McKeehan Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. McKelvey Alex S. McNair ’02 Major and Mrs. Glen E. Melin Mr. and Mrs. Alan Miller Ms. Denise Miller Mr. and Mrs. Danny E. Miller Mrs. Maureen Miller Mr. and Mrs. William B. Miller Larry R. Mills ’77 Mrs. Connie Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mohs Mr. and Mrs. James F. Moloney Mrs. Linda Moore

Mr. and Mrs. Manuel R. Morales Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morris, Jr. Mr. and Ms. Bob Morris Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Morrison Mr. and Mrs. David W. Mourer Mr. and Mrs. David C. Munoz Mrs. Jean M. Nasello Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Newton Chris M. Nicosia ’97 Ms. Janet L. O’brien Mrs. Kristin O’Connor Larry Olivarez, Jr. ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Orsak Gabriel Ortega ’01 Thelma A. Perez ’86 Mrs. Ceily Pratt Grady Price Blount ’82 Dr. Katherine Price Blount Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Quintanilla Ms. Tammy Quinters Ms. Flicka Rahn Mr. Jose Ramos Mr. and Mrs. Alan Reid Ms. Rebecca Rios Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Rivera Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Robertson Mrs. Elena Romero-Vizcarrondo Laura L. Rosales ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Rowell Mr. Kelly P. Russell Mr. and Mrs. David R. Ruther Mr. and Mrs. Ben D. Rutledge Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Saenz Mr. Juan J. Saldana Ms. Carmen Salinas Mr. and Mrs. Norman Salinas San Jacinto Title Company Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sandidge SBC Communications Inc. Craig A. Schkade ’95 Ms. Rikki R. Schmitchel Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Schrutka Mrs. Michele Schulze Carol Scott Mark L. Scott ’91 Mr. Randy L. Scott Dr. Ronald D. Scott SeaWorld Mr. W. Scott Sherman Dr. Caroline Sherritt Mr. and Mrs. Raymundo Simancas Dr. Robert D. Slater, Jr. Dr. Robert L. Smith Ida S. Snodgrass ’76 South Texas Institute for the Arts Steven D. Speer ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Sumner Herlinda Katherine Sweeney ’97

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Taylor Dr. and Mrs. John K. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Billy D. Tennyson Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Terry Christina K. Thompson ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Thoms Ms. Esmerelda Tijerina Todd N. Tisch ’99 Mrs. Tamara Trager Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Turner USS Lexington Utopia World Cuisine, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Hector Valdez Gloria G. Valle ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Vargas Mr. Dayne Vickers Mr. and Mrs. Freeman L. Vickers Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Villarreal Mr. and Mrs. Richard Villarreal Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. Viola Mr. and Mrs. Doc Wagner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. D. Ashley Walker Mr. and Mrs. Steven Walker Curtis D. Weidner ’98 Ms. Dorcas A. Weir Mr. and Mrs. Norman P. Wilcox Bette D. Williams ’64 Rhonda W. Williamson ’01 Mr. and Mrs. James M. Willms Mr. Bill J. Wilson Wilson, Kullman & McCord, Architects Mrs. Kathy Winston Derek M. Wittliff ’92 John S. Wood ’01 Cheryl M. Worley ’90 Ms. Elizabeth A. Zapata Mr. and Mrs. Victor M. Zavala Ms. Cynthia Zavesky Mr. and Mrs. Felix R. Zepeda Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Zielinski Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Zimmer

Century Club

($100 - $249) Ms. Linda K. Abendroth Lance R. Abernathy ’03 Al L. Acock ’88 Fernando M. Acosta ’99 Mr. John A. Acosta Mrs. Belinda Acuna Shiraz Ahmed ’04 Fred Akins ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Marcos Alcantara Bryce R. Alexander ’02 Charles B. Alexander ’76 Mr. and Mrs. James Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Byron G. Allen Colonel and Mrs. Robert Allen William L. Alsop ’62 Mr. Cregg R. Alsup

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Annual Giving, continued Maria D. Alvarado ’91 Margarita Alvarez ’92 Mrs. Silvin Amezua Mr. and Mrs. Romano Amoretti Ms. Julia L. Anderson Ruel R. Apacible ’93 Ms. Emily Arciba Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Armendarez Ms. Elizbeth Ashu-Bujung Louie Asuncion ’01 Richard W. Atwell ’91 Avaya Linda S. Ayers ’94 Carie D. Bailey ’97 Janet Bailey Ward ’87 Robert D. Ball ’82 Bank of America Ms. Elizabeth C. Banuelos Cameron G. Barber ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Curt A. Barker Jim E. Barlow ’85 Susan L. Barnard ’82 Kelley L. Barnett ’96 Colonel and Mrs. Harry Barnhill Louis G. Barrera ’89 Theresa F. Barrera ’89 Ms. Sheila Barrett Eric R. Barrica ’98 Patty J. Bassine ’84 James W. Batchelor ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Brent W. Bates Ms. Linda A. Bauer Mr. Van Bayer Ms. Elisa Beas Deanna L. Beath ’90 Mrs. Vicki L. Beck Bud M. Beene ’84 Tyrone S. Beggs ’87 Suzette C. Bellows ’98 Anna M. Benavides ’79 Linda Benavides ’92 Ms. Joan N. Benbow Amanda G. Bennefield ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Steve Berger Mr. and Mrs. Norman F. Berkley Nelda Betancourt ’01 Margaret A. Bevins ’99 Ms. Sally R. Bickley Dr. Eugene M. Bland Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Bland Barbara G. Blanton ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Bligh Ms. Vanita Bogan Juanita D. Boggs ’85 Dr. Margaret E. Bolick Dr. Randy Bonnette Jennifer M. Bowman ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Ben R. Boyd Mrs. Cindi Boyd

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Denise Bradford ’94 Linda Bradley ’63 Mrs. Donna Braune Walter N. Breland ’85 Carmen V. Brooks ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Brown Ms. Suzanne Brown Tamara J. Brown ’98 Mr. William R. Bruce Cantrell E. Bryan III ’65 Dr. Gregory W. Buck Ms. Virginia C. Buckley Jennifer E. Buoy ’04 Ms. Cynthia Burchfield William T. Burke ’81 James E. Burleson ’94 Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Mrs. Nora E. Burrow Cherie G. Bushwar ’94 Deborah M. Butler ’95 Servando Caballero ’87 Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation Tom T. Callicott, Jr. ’92 Norma A. Camarillo ’84 Nancy Cameron ’84 Wayne E. Campbell, Jr. ’78 Nada F. Cano ’00 Mary G. Carroll ’82 Ms. Anna Carter Krystal A. Cartwright ’03 Mike T. Casey ’96 Kathryn S. Cassidy ’98 Mrs. Norma Castaneda Patricia J. Castaneda ’94 Mrs. Angie Castillo Cupid Castillo ’96 David G. Castillo ’89 Ms. Belinda Castro Mr. and Mrs. Francisco E. Cavazos Hortencia Cavazos ’89 Daniel Ceballos ’94 Martina Cepeda ’91 Bernadine M. Cervantes ’90 Diane G. Chandler ’75 Dr. Chuleeporn Changchit Mr. and Mrs. Erasmo V. Chapa Cathleen C. Chatham ’76 Gregorio H. Chavez ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Isaac R. Chavez Dr. Amanda L. Chesser Ms. Mary A. Childers Susan A. Childs ’97 David D. Chiles ’85 Debbie L. Chitwood ’03 Mr. David Clapp Betty Williams Clark ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Clark Mr. Dennis Clarkson Ms. Nancy S. Clem

John Clower ’02 Marcia V. Cobb-Vinzon ’79 Rebecca L. Colbert ’03 Tammy L. Colby ’01 Lisa G. Coleman-Bonner ’92 Sean T. Connolly ’02 Martin P. Conricote ’96 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Conti Mr. and Mrs. James T. Cook Ms. Robbie Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Corby Brandon T. Coreale ’04 Roberta Cornelius ’85 CorpusBeat Magazine Ms. Debra A. Cortinas Ms. Carrie C. Coursey Dr. Catherine I. Cox Ms. Rachel A. Cox Mr. Eugene A. Crain Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Crawford Ellison S. Crider III ’99 Mr. Lloyd Criss III Genevieve Crouch ’96 Carl E. Crull ’82 Melanie A. Crutchfield ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Cruz Mr. and Mrs. Arnoldo X. Cuellar Mannti C. Cummins ’78 Christine M. Custer Hilde Cutter ’90 Ms. Patricia C. Dalheim Ms. Joanne C. Danaher Mr. and Mrs. Matt Daniels Daggett F. Darrough ’88 Pat Darsey ’82 Patricia A. David ’60 Mrs. Ana Davila Mr. and Mrs. Billy Davis Erlinda M. Davis ’92 James R. Davis ’95 Dr. Vivian Dawkins Frank A. De Angelis ’62 Mr. Benjamin De La Cerda Eulogia L. De La Cruz ’77 Ms. Norma De La Cruz Liza M. De Los Santos ’04 Ms. Cathy A. Delk Richard L. DeVault, Jr. ’02 Javier Devivero ’89 William Diamond ’68 David Diaz ’63 Shandra L. Dicker ’01 Tina S. Dickerson ’91 Robert J. Diersing ’83 Ronald D. Dietz ’93 Michael L. Dillard ’78 Marc P. Dittberner ’04 Jolynn Dobbs Barrett ’85 Mr. Randy Dobbs Emilia H. Dominguez ’87 Della R. Dooley ’90

Marlynn M. Douglas ’02 Ronald L. Dow ’88 Dr. Leon F. Dube Virginia Mika DuBose ’93 Brenda L. Duke ’93 Diane L. Duncan-Staley ’90 Barbara W. Dunk ’74 Mrs. Cindy Dunlap Travis W. Dunlap ’98 Charles P. Dupray, Jr. ’97 David Duran, Jr. ’75 Kerri D. Durham ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Durham Sonya M. Durrwachter ’00 Dr. and Mrs. Alejandro Echeverry Arturo Elizondo, Jr. ’03 Mrs. Sandra Elizondo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Ellinger Barbara L. Ellis ’90 Mrs. Robin A. Ellis Clynton B. Elwood ’03 Windolyn Evon English ’92 Mrs. Patricia A. Eppright Melissa A. Escamilla ’03 Ms. Olivia Escochea Mr. and Mrs. Emilio B. Esquivel Mr. and Mrs. Robert Estrada Ms. Mary Estrada Mr. Charles L. Etheridge Inez M. Ewart, C.P.A. ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Jake Fadeley Christi L. Farley ’89 Ms. Paddi S. Farmer Ed Fauver ’58 Mrs. Kathy Favela Mr. Charles Fayomi Ms. Donna Ferguson Mrs. Blanch Fernandez Mr. and Mrs. Kent Figgs Debra S. Fincher ’93 Darren D. Fisher ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C. Flinn Carlos H. Flores ’88 Dina V. Flores ’91 Ms. Esther Flores Mrs. Frances H. Forgione Margaret M. Fratila ’91 Marcos R. Freeman ’97 Randall L. Freeze ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Freshcoln Ralph M. Fritz, Jr. ’67 Mr. Gary D. Froehner David Fuentes ’05 Ms. Edita Fuentes Victor J. Fuhro ’60 Mr. and Mrs. James S. Fulcher Ms. Christine A. Fuller Thomas W. Gaddis ’78 James A. Gallagher ’74


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Annual Giving, continued Mrs. Pam Galloway Edward Gamez ’78 Mrs. Esperanza Garces David L. Garcia ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Jose L. Garcia Mrs. Maria Garcia O.B. Garcia ’54 Ms. Patricia Garcia Phillip M. Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Jorge A. Garcia Ms. Rosemary Garcia Carl E. Garmon ’03 J. Keith Gary ’80 Rosaena Gutierrez Garza ’82 Belinda Garza ’01 Daniel G. Garza, Jr. ’96 Ms. Esmeralda Garza Mrs. Estella Garza Jorge G. Garza ’81 Lisa R. Garza ’03 Maria D. Garza ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Jose L. Garza Mr. and Mrs. Luis R. Garza Mr. and Ms. Danny Gaydos Mr. and Mrs. Ron Gaytan Gil Geddes ’81 George’s Journey in Gems, Inc. Jan K. Geyer ’98 Faye L. Gibson ’81 Marsha L. Gibson ’75 Ms. Linda Gil Rodolfo Gil ’78 Mr. Gary Gilbert Jacqueline C. Gilles ’85 Gordon R. Gilmore ’58 Dr. Jose H. Giraldo Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Glisan Mr. Steven Glover Mr. and Mrs. P.S. Godinez Mr. Melvin Goetz Mr. and Mrs. Johnny L. Golden Ms. Aurora S. Gomez Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Gomez Diana M. Gonzales ’96 Mrs. Georgina Gonzalez Graciela Gonzalez ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Rogelio Gonzalez Mr. and Mrs. Isidro Gonzalez, Jr. Miguel V. Gonzalez ’04 Annette Gonzalez Morgan ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo C. Gonzalez Rosa A. Gonzalez ’86 Sylvia Gonzalez ’80 Betty M. Gonzalez-Trigo ’82 Ms. Nancy T. Goodman Mr. William Goodwin Melissa Longoria Goonan ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Graves Kimberly K. Graves ’95 Leatrice N. Green ’97

Barbara A. Greenwood ’93 Dr. Melva L. Griffin Dr. Bryant E. Griffith Ms. Karin F. Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Allen Groseth Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Grothues Mr. and Mrs. Peter Grover Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Grumbles Elizabeth M. Guarneri ’90 Mr. Daniel Guartuche, Jr. Ms. Diane Guerrero Mrs. Heather F. Guerrero Mr. and Mrs. Johnny R. Guerrero Ms. Yolanda Guerrero Wichi Guevara, Jr. ’85 Ms. Irene B. Gutierrez Ms. JoAnn Gutierrez Mrs. JoAnne Gutierrez Mr. and Mrs. Gonzalo Guzman Mrs. Norma Guzman Mr. Arthur B. Haas Joseph C. Haas ’95 Rosanne M. Haas ’87 Jonda Lee Halcomb ’94 Anne V. M. Hall ’82 Halo Flight Lilias R. Hammerick ’85 Cynthia M. Hanright ’85 Ms. Cathy Hansen Mr. and Mrs. James Harde Ruth Harding ’71 Mrs. Elise Harford Dr. Sandra Harper Laura D. Harris ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Hatfield Jimmie R. Hawthorne ’99 Joyce G. Hawthorne ’00 James S. Haynie ’76 John C. Haynie II ’71 Cara Haynie-Pena ’95 Mr. and Mrs. David Heard Ms. Juanita Hebert Brenda D. Hellums ’89 Ann M. Hennis ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Henry Ginger P. Henry ’75 Gloria Kaspar Henson ’76 Angela M. Hernandez ’04 Carmen Hernandez ’99 Christopher A. Hernandez ’96 Leah C. Hernandez ’02 Maria De Los Reyes Hernandez ’02 Ms. Noemi Hernandez Ms. Rossana Hernandez Mr. Jose E. Herrera, Sr. Ms. Sharon A. Herrera Alan A. Hervey ’88 Jan E. Hibbitts ’88 Ms. Bonnie J. Hinders

Crystal D. Hinojosa ’04 Keli R. Hinojosa ’04 Meliton Hinojosa, Jr. ’01 Ms. Yolanda Hinojosa Rachel Hinton ’02 Lessie R. Hoffman ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Hogan Elma D. Holden ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Holguin, Jr. Holiday Inn-SunSpree Resort Robert E. Holm ’89 Colleen Holmes ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Gil L. Holt Patricia E. Holubec ’86 Alicia E. Hoover ’87 Mr. Timothy W. Houston Nicholas B. Hover ’03 Mr. Alan Howard Mrs. Grace H. Huang Kenneth H. Hucker ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Huddleston Jimmy W. Hudson ’86 Wes L. Hudson ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Huerta Lois C. Huff ’02 Ms. Teresa Hughes Ms. Donna Hulet Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hulings James A. Hunter ’96 Ms. Linda Hurta Mrs. Shauna W. Huser Dr. Nadina Hutchings Ronald A. Hyder ’69 Suzanne E. Iorio ’03 Mrs. Christine Isenburg Karen E. Jackson ’81 Estefanie M. Jaime-Rivera ’96 Mr. Robert Jaimes Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Janca Jeff E. Janko ’85 Dan T. Jarvis ’63 Dr. Gary A. Jeffress Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Jelonek Mr. David A. Jensen Ina W. Jensen ’79 Steven W. Jernigan ’91 Ms. Carrie B. Jett Mr. Raymond Jimenez Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Johnson Diana R. Johnson ’91 Ms. Sandy Johnson Wynette Y. Johnson ’87 Dr. Claudia L. Johnston Joye D. Johnston ’55 Mr. Rick Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jolly Ms. Gavilyn V. Jones Elizabeth D. Jones-Gonzales ’94 Margaret K. Jordan ’91 Ruth K. Josephs ’75

Ashish Joy ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Benny Juarez Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Kanarvogel Karen K. Karagas ’92 Rick D. Keese ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Randall R. Kelley Stefanie J. Kelley ’96 Ms. Becky Key Donna G. Kiening ’00 Kurt D. Killebrew ’99 Paula Y. Kimball ’01 Mrs. Maggie King Roy J. King ’62 Terry N. King ’82 Laura W. Kinnison ’90 Elizabeth A. Kiolbassa ’79 Diana M. Kirby ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kirby, Jr. Mr. Keith Kleinhans Mr. and Mrs. William J. Koenig Lisa M. Kopacsi ’02 Melissa A. Kulchak ’88 Mrs. Sandra H. Kureska Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Ladwig Sandra D. Lambert ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lamprecht Malinda G. Landrum ’01 Mrs. Denise C. Landry-Hyde Shirley A. Lankford ’92 Mrs. Juana M. Lara Dr. Patrick D. Larkin Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy L. Laurence David W. Lawhon ’97 Ms. Debbie Layton Leslie A. Le Roy ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Ismael M. Leal Ms. Nancy Lee Stacy R. Lee ’00 Mr. Stan Lee Woo Sung Lee ’59 Mr. Young J. Lee Roy L. Lehman ’80 Carl A. Leihardt ’91 Sarah L. Leija ’04 Ms. Maria P. Lenhart John J. Lennan ’97 Mrs. Debbie Leonard Domingo E. Lerma ’75 Debbie S. Lindsey-Opel ’91 Debra R. Loiselle ’78 Mr. David G. Longnecker, Sr. Ms. Margie Longoria Mr. and Mrs. Raul Longoria Mrs. Bladula Loofs Ms. Cecelia L. Lopez Ms. Sara Lopez Ms. Marylou Lopez Randy G. Lopez ’94 Mrs. Shelby Love Steven C. Loveless ’78

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Annual Giving, continued Dr. Margaret A. Lucero Mr. and Mrs. Randy MacNaughton Ms. Sallie A. Magliolo Jonathan E. Mahan ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Maldonado Mr. Glenn C. Maleske Ms. Eva Manning Ms. Debbie Manuel Mr. and Mrs. John M. Marbach Mrs. Karen L. Marcil Ken A. Maroney ’51 Christine L. Marroquin ’89 Marian J. Marrow ’57 Aaron W. Martinez ’00 Mr. Adam G. Martinez Adelaido Martinez, Jr. ’98 Ms. Dalia Martinez Geralyn M. Martinez ’95 Petra A. Martinez ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Martinez Toni J. Martinez ’92 Jud Maxfield ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. May Ms. Nelda Mayor Dr. and Mrs. Glennon Mays Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mayville Yvonne Y. McBee ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Robert McChester, Sr. Dr. Dorothy S. McClellan Terry G. McCormack ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. McCormick Clifford H. McDonald ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. McDonnell Barbara R. McDowell ’86 Mr. Bobby L. McDowell Ms. Terry McGee Mr. and Mrs. Albert McKinnis Ms. Paula B. McKoy Dr. and Mrs. Richard J. McLaughlin Mrs. Karon McManus Kathleen T. McNeill ’90 Kitty E. Medina ’90 Ms. Esmeralda O. Megee Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie T. Melia, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Mendel Ms. Linda Mendez Mrs. Maria Mendez Suzel A. Mendieta ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo P. Mendiola Cynthia M. Mendoza ’99 Mrs. Dolores Mendoza Kristine Evonne Mentz Wood ’99 Carol A. Mercer-Byrd ’00 Yvonne Messer ’49

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Dr. Pamela S. Meyer Ms. Carla Middleton Lori J. Mierzwa ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller John F. Miller ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Miller Mr. and Mrs. Mario Minucci Mr. Randy Moczygemba Ms. Ann Monnig Ms. Yolanda Montemayor Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Moore Ms. Joanne E. Moreau Mr. and Mrs. Dionicio Moreno, Jr. Reynaldo Moreno, Jr. ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Morrow David X. Mosel ’99 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Motes Thomas A. Moy III ’02 Ruben Moya ’98 Nancy H. Mrazek ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Rick Mudd Laura S. Munoz ’97 Ms. Lorrie Murdock Sarah J. Murphy ’87 Ms. Karen S. Murray Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Nance Ms. Renee D. Nank Ms. Angela Nation Marianne Naugle ’91 Corinna Navarro ’03 Mr. Gilbert Navarro Jay A. Nesbit ’95 Ms. Darlen Ness Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman John J. Nicholson ’79 Mrs. Alysha Nichols-Sparkman Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Nickel Brien A. Nicolau ’91 Ms. Deborah M. Noble Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Novosad Sylvia M. Nugent ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Nunez Ms. Rita B. Nunez Pat J. O’Boyle ’86 Sharon K. Ogletree ’77 Ms. Marvarene Oliver Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Oncale Ms. Cindy Ortega Mr. and Mrs. Roger P. Ortiz Oscar O. Ortiz ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Oscar L. Ortiz Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Osman Mr. William Pace Mrs. Gloria Padilla Diana R. Pagel ’99 Marilyn G. Pagel ’79 Ms. Monica R. Palacios Randy G. Palmer ’86 Ms. Maria E. Palomares

Ms. Carol D. Papenfuss Laura E. Parr ’79 Mr. Martin Parra Sharon J. Passmore ’80 Ruth A. Patrick ’69 Janice K. Patton ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pavlik Ms. Marie A. Payne Ms. Yolanda O. Pena Mr. and Mrs. Hal A. Pendleton Bernice A. Pennington ’99 Meliza I. Perez Guajardo ’93 Mr. Jose B. Perez Marta E. Perez ’00 Ms. Rachel Perez Ms. Carole L. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Peterson John R. Pettigrove Ms. Claudia Pichardo Joseph A. Piegari ’70 Mary A. Plattner ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Pleasant Quida C. Plimper ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Plomarity Olga Plomarity ’84 Leslie N. Plumb ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Poenisch Dr. Cathy A. Pohan Mr. and Mrs. Salvador Ponce Gregory S. Poole ’93 Ms. Lasses L. Porterfield Mr. and Mrs. Santos Portillo Ms. Manuela Portillo Mr. Jeff Pratt Mr. and Mrs. Dan Price Mr. and Mrs. Marcus L. Priesmeyer Willie R. Pulido ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Pulido Joyce Purdy ’92 Barbara A. Puyear ’85 Judith K. Pyle ’90 Mr. Billy F. Quintanilla Dr. Kelly M. Quintanilla Ms. Mary Radicke Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Raines Daniel R. Ramirez ’90 Ms. Linda Ramirez Mr. and Mrs. Francisco R. Ramirez, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ramiro M. Ramirez Rene R. Ramirez, Jr. ’04 Linda L. Ramon ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Randolph Karen Vestal Ratliff ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Redding, Jr. Regional Transportation Authority

Denise W. Rehfeld ’76 Jolee M. Reinke ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Damon E. Relder Sandy L. Renfrow ’91 Mrs. JoAnn Renteria Ms. Edna Reyes Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Reyes, Sr. Rosie R. Reyna ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reynaga Mr. and Mrs. Jody Reynolds Mr. Joseph E. Reynolds Dr. Nancy Reynolds Patricia G. Reynolds ’97 Mrs. Patricia Richard Jimmy E. Rivera ’86 Ms. Delfina Rizo Mr. and Mrs. Guy L. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Roberts Migdalia A. Roberts ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Robinson Mr. Jose Robles Mr. Chris Rodriguez Francisco R. Rodriguez ’96 Mr. Lupe Rodriguez, Jr. Ms. Rebecca Rodriguez Tracie Smithwick Rodriguez ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Rogero, Jr. Arthur R. Rogers Catherine J. Rogers ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton L. Rogers Mrs. Reina I. Rojas Estella Rollins ’85 Mr. Leopoldo G. Romano DeAnna M. Rosales ’85 Lucinda M. Rosas ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Ross Laura L. Rothlisberger ’87 Cecil Rousseau, Jr. ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. Rowell Frances M. Rowlett ’77 Garrett M. Ryon ’98 John M. Saenz, Jr. ’69 Martha G. Saenz ’83 Mike P. Sahadi ’77 Ms. Janie Salazar Marc A. Salazar ’89 Minerva M. Salazar ’90 Ms. Yvonne Salazar Ms. Pamela Salcines Edin Salinas, Jr. ’94 Estephanira Salinas ’89 Mrs. Janie G. Salinas Mrs. Margarita Salinas Mr. and Mrs. Jose O. Salinas Aaron Sanchez ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanchez Ms. Christine Sanchez Kathy J. Sanchez ’92 Sharon G. Sanders ’86 Mr. Arnulfo R. Sandoval


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Annual Giving, continued Donna D. Sandson ’01 Ms. Sonia Santos Ms. Kathleen C. Santrock Daxson Satery ’02 Kimberly E. Schibi ’98 Susanna C. Schlangen ’96 Ms. Carol A. Schmidt Dr. and Mrs. George B. Schneider Ms. Martha C. Schott Hilmer O. Schwierzke, Jr. ’76 Michele Scott ’05 Mr. Ulysses Screws Mr. Rick Sears Commander James K. Sellers Dr. Theresa M. Sharpe None E. Sheive ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Steven K. Sherwood Joye L. Shoemaker ’56 Monte L. Shores ’80 Scott C. Short ’73 Mrs. Christine M. Shupala Alberto Silguero ’95 Ms. Denise Silva Joseph P. Simcik ’05 Ms. Pamela K. Simek Mr. and Mrs. John Simsen Mr. Warren L. Sippel, Jr. Rocio G. Skinner ’03 Mr. and Mrs. John W. Smelley Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Smith III Ms. Cindy Smith Denise E. Smith ’92 Ms. Karen Smith Mr. Ronald N. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Clinton D. Smith Linda K. Smith-Barry ’90 Dr. Jennifer M. Smith-Engle Mr. and Mrs. William G. Snelson Rosalind W. Sobosle ’95 Nicki Sohn ’99 Dr. Enrique Solis, Jr. Linda T. Solomon ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Tiburcio Soto, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. G. Randall Sowa Ms. Cheryl Spaniol Dr. Frank Spaniol Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sparks Rosario D. Sralla ’05 Ms. Hilda Stanley Dorise W. Steele ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Stephens Misty L. Stephenson ’97 Mike Stern ’89 Deborah L. Sternadel ’87 Mrs. Pamela E. Stetina David V. Stewart ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Stewart Mr. Harvey Stonum Karen J. Story ’90

Reverend Sharon H. Strain Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Strauss Mr. and Mrs. James R. Streetman Mr. Harry L. Stromgren Catherine R. Stryker ’94 Ann F. Stuetzer ’98 Delmira D. L. S. Suarez ’01 Johnny J. Suarez ’93 Cynthia H. Summers ’83 Ms. Judith A. Sutherland Mr. Jim L. Swan Tim Swaty ’79 Shirley J. Sykes ’96 Dennis W. Tagliabue ’82 Dr. Sharon P. Talley Oralia M. Tamez Colorado ’82 Ms. Joyce A. Tangedahl George K. Taylor ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Tedone Mrs. Heidi Teneyuca-Kinder and Mr. Michael Kinder Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Teran The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America Laurel E. Thomas ’96 Betty J. Thompson ’66 Kirk E. Tierce ’88 Mrs. Mary E. Tierce Linda L. Tilghman ’92 Dr. Janet Tillinger Dr. George D. Tintera Dr. Shannon W. Tipton Dr. Philippe Tissot Ms. Becky Torres Mrs. Teresa Torres Tara O’Shea Tower ’78 Theodore O. Tower ’90 Mrs. Casandra Townsend Howard W. Townsend ’51 Julia Townsend ’54 Eddie Trevino ’83 Harlene Trevino ’84 Irene B. Trevino ’99 Ms. Michelle Trevino Ms. Raquel H. Trevino Marleen A. Truesdell ’86 Joe M. Tullis ’63 Susan G. Turpin ’84 Mr. and Mrs. David Urrea III USAA Corinne C. Valadez ’93 Ms. Alenka Vale Hector G. Valle ’89 Jerry C. Vandergriff ’64 Kathleen C. Vanecek ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. VanWinkle Brenda L. Velazquez-Alaniz ’83 Cecilia G. Venable ’00 Maria A. Villagomez ’97 Nathan Villegas ’05

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Villegas Dr. Shawn T. Wahl James S. Walker ’98 Ms. Mary B. Waller John C. Wallgren ’03 Daniel A. Walters ’90 Joan M. Wanek ’92 Ms. Suzanne Waters Mrs. Celeste Waterwall Clayton B. Watson ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dormio Mr. and Mrs. Royce W. Wells Joseph P. Whalen ’04 Ms. Lisa A. Whelchel Lee I. White ’95 Mr. and Mrs. William G. Whitecotton Ms. Diana Whitley Dr. Ray E. Whitmire Mr. and Mrs. Craig C. Whitney Virginia C. Whitney ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Whitwell Traci Wickett ’79 Ms. Barbara Wiegand Jill D. Wiggins ’98 Neva T. Wilcox Kelly ’84 Cristina Williams ’01 Fred A. Williams ’88 Mary E. Williams ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Allen W. Williams William D. Williamson ’04 Shelley A. Womack ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Wood Yolanda G. Woodring ’77 Allen R. Woodward ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wooters Dianne E. Wright ’91 Elaine M. Wright ’80 Eric W. Wright ’98 Mrs. Melissa K. Wright Suzanne C. Wright ’89 Eric L. Yeager ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Tony Yezak Piedad Ymbert ’82 Joann G. Young ’89 Ms. Ruth Young Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Yunkun Mr. and Mrs. Larry Zacharias Ms. Dalinda Zapata Dr. Mary A. Zipprich Leeann W. Zoeller ’75 Shane A. Zollicoffer ’01

Island Club

($50 - $99) Dr. Moustafa H. Abdelsamad Mr. and Mrs. Mike Aboud Dr. Mufid Abudiab Juan J. Adame ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Adams Dahlia Aguilar ’00

Kristina L. Alaniz ’01 Jacinta R. Albrecht ’97 Stephanie A. Alejandro ’05 Kathryn Allen ’98 Billy F. Allison ’54 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Allsup Cynthia A. Alvarez ’95 Mrs. Doris Alvarez Mr. and Mrs. Jose V. Alvarez Amoco Mr. Mark W. Anderson Dr. and Mrs. Antonio C. Andrade Michele D. Angerstein ’04 Georgia A. Arledge ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Arredondo Ernie S. Arredondo, Jr. ’96 Ms. Katie Ashby Barbara H. Balko ’04 Erik R. Ballenger ’02 Sylvia Balli ’03 Rosa G. Banda ’02 Dr. Janet M. Banks Dr. Mary Bantell Arthur F. Barnes ’78 Mr. and Mrs. David A. Barnes Delia Barrera ’01 Mr. Rodney J. Bartels Mrs. Salilact Bello Dora L. Benavides ’79 Marcia A. Bennett ’83 Alexis Ann Berger ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bevill Mr. Hasmukh Bhakta Linda C. Bickham ’86 Craig C. Billman ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Warren Birge Sanjuana Veronica Blanco ’94 Gary T. Bolanos ’04 Ms. Elizabeth Bondurant Cheryl L. Bost ’82 Christopher A. Branecky ’05 Ms. Tammy L. Brannon Victoria Brizuela ’82 Rita M. Brown ’03 Ms. Nilda Bryand Mrs. Lauri L. Bump Ms. Vivian Burns Kerri E. Burr ’02 Tamra K. Buxkamper ’98 Randall L. Calloway ’88 Mr. Adan Camarillo Dr. Kirk V. Cammarata Cathy L. Camp ’87 Carmen C. Canales ’00 Leila M. Canales ’88 Irma C. Cantu ’77 Justo J. Cantu ’83 Jeanette M. Cantu-Bazar ’88 Linda M. Cardwell ’94

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Annual Giving, continued Edwin A. Carlson, Jr. ’93 Mrs. Marie Carrola Sue A. Catherman ’00 Ramon Cervantes ’99 Dr. Mindy Chang Ina L. Chapa ’03 Adan R. Chavez ’78 Diana G. Cheek ’95 Mark I. Chester ’04 Chevron Phillips Chemical Company Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Chromcak Stephanie N. Clark Box ’98 Sandra Clement ’95 Janet D. Coburn ’86 Dr. Robert C. Cody Ms. Dee A. Coffeen Clayton Crumbley Cohea ’02 Dennis K. Collier ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Collins, Jr. Rebecca S. Collins ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Collins Yvonne Colmenero ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Gaudencio M. Colunga Matthew Thomas Commons ’05 Amanda M. Comstock ’00 Mary J. Cooke ’84 Candace A. Cory Derrick ’88 Ms. Mary Couteau Perry Cox ’55 Christiana C. Cunningham ’99 Cup Graphics and Screen Printing Chelsey R. Dalton ’03 Dr. Marybeth L. Davis Roberta B. Davis ’76 Marion J. Dearman ’85 Roberto G. DeLeon ’00 Tomas B. DeLeon, Jr. ’83 Mr. and Mrs. John E. Desantis Mr. and Mrs. James DeSantis Mrs. Johanna DeYoung and Mr. John Vindekilde Mercedes H. Dilks ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Dill James J. Driscoll ’02 Slick O. Duncan ’61 Rick A. Durham ’88 Susan A. Duschatko ’83 David W. Earle ’92 Dr. Molly Engelhardt Barbara A. Enloe ’90 Yolanda P. Escobar ’94

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Linda Escobedo ’00 Rose V. Esquivel ’99 Terry L. Esse ’82 Raquel Estrada ’99 Mr. Harry E. Falcon, Sr. Belinda Farias Villarreal ’93 Mrs. Sharon L. Farmer Adele M. Farrell ’70 Mr. and Mrs. David W. Farris Cynthia E. Fernandez ’93 Amy Fields ’98 Regina A. Findeisen ’00 Diana Flores ’81 Ms. Sara D. Flores Denise Floyd ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Tracey L. Foerster Bruce G. Folks ’75 Ms. Silvia P. Forrest Cheryl D. Foster ’05 Lanette C. Fox ’87 Susan C. Franke ’89 Carmelita A. Galabeas ’01 Deanna D. Galarza ’96 Rose M. Gallagher ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Juan M. Gamez Ms. Julia Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Federico O. Garcia Teresa Garcia ’02 Veronica Garcia ’04 Ms. Cecilia J. Garza Mr. and Mrs. Hector D. Garza Gloria E. Garza ’85 Mucio B. Garza ’92 Mrs. Vickie N. Garza Allison E. Gibson Edwards ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gibson Stephen G. Gibson ’88 Ms. Ann R. Giddens Ms. Rhonda Gidrey Mr. Justo N. Godines David K. Goff ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Gomez Mr. Joe L. Gomez, Sr. Ms. Maria V. Gomez Tyra Lee Gonzales ’89 Belva J. Gonzalez ’96 Ms. Martha Gonzalez Jeremy L. Goodman ’01 Michael J. Gray ’02 Dr. Jose H. Guardiola Debra Ann Guerra ’87 Gildardo Guillen ’76 Mr. Hal A. Gulledge Rene R. Gutierrez ’97 Ms. Samara Gutierrez Mr. and Mrs. Shannon Gwin

Joseph K. Hall ’99 Benson W. Hanovice ’97 Maurice L. Harford ’05 Vivian E. Harlan ’91 Mrs. Betty Harris Lucie M. Harris ’93 Diane Hartung-Paschal ’86 Cindy W. Harvey ’90 Jane B. Harvey ’84 Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hayes Francis A. Heines, Jr. ’93 David C. Henny ’66 Ms. Candace M. Hernandez Caroline H. Hernandez ’87 Mrs. Norma Hernandez Vanessa M. Hernandez ’02 The Honorable Abel Herrero Thomas J. Hetzel ’74 Ms. Maria T. Hidalgo Ms. Swanna Higdon Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Higgs Patricia G. Hill ’92 Barbara R. Hinnant ’86 Belinda B. Hinojosa ’02 Mrs. Diana S. Hinojosa Elaine R. Hoffman ’89 Lori C. Homeyer ’89 Karen S. Hudson ’03 Mr. and Mrs. David Hughes Dr. William O. Huie, Jr. Amy L. Humeniuk ’82 Cheryl M. Hunt ’94 John C. Hyland ’74 Jubran M. Jabbour ’60 Deborah K. Jackson ’75 Mr. and Mrs. Jake Jacobs Mary E. Jaeger ’85 Daniel Jasso ’04 Norma Jasso ’97 Patrice D. Jennison ’89 Katheryn K. Jervis ’65 Melissa C. Jessop ’83 Nick Jimenez, Jr. ’78 Deborah L. Johnson ’91 Ms. Jennifer L. Jones Dr. Joseph F. Jozwiak, Jr. Mary K. Kaigler ’79 Mrs. Noreen A. Kalien Cindy A. Keese ’86 Linda D. Kelly ’78 Paul C. Kelly ’96 Celeste D. Kendrick ’00 Ms. Jodi B. Kest Whitney K. Kilgore ’01 Nancy H. Kinkler ’87 Tina P. Kline ’81

Charlotte M. Knesek ’86 Mrs. Michelle Knight Mr. and Mrs. William Kourie Ms. Lucy Kowis George T. Krest ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kroll, Jr. Opal D. Krout ’76 Mary C. Kureska ’89 Lionel A. Lalmansingh ’89 Marie A. Lammers ’99 Mrs. Lucille Landry Lisa A. Lanham Madsen ’78 W. L. Jack LaRue ’82 Willie A. Larza, Jr. ’68 Deborah D. Leal ’98 Felicita C. Leal ’00 Dr. Carol A. Ledbetter Anita G. Leija ’82 Donielle L. Lester Mary K. Leveron ’85 Patricia D. Levien ’02 David L. Levy ’77 Mrs. Toni Limas Victoria L. Livingston ’87 Lockheed Corporation Ms. Arlene Long Mr. Rene C. Lopez Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Lopez, Sr. Dr. Joe C. Loter Carrie S. Lovel ’99 Mrs. Jane Lovett Mrs. Kathy Lowrance Ms. Kim Lowry Velma Luna-Budd ’97 Mrs. Debbie Lyssy Jason A. Manley ’95 Don L. Manuel ’93 Cheryl C. Marthiljohni ’93 Ms. Arnold Martinez Bertha M. Martinez ’85 Elva Martinez ’95 Ms. Estella N. Martinez Maria M. Martinez ’02 Lana N. Massengale ’90 Sandra Garcia Mata ’99 Ms. Irene Matthews Ms. Pamela F. Maupin Athena A. Mayorga-Phillips ’97 Ms. Kim McAlister Joseph D. McCartney ’66 Robin R. McCauley ’02 Jessica F. McComb ’04 Hattie J. McGill ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Prince McKenzie Dr. David G. Mead


Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Foundation

Annual Giving, continued Ellis Medina ’85 Joseph A. Melton ’79 Rosario M. Mendez ’01 Dr. Elisabeth Mermann-Jozwiak Dr. Karen L. Middleton Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs. Dennis G. Migl Debra A. Miller ’94 Justin K. Miller ’04 Michael R. Mills ’01 Pat E. Minton ’93 Brian D. Minze ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Firdoon Mirfkhrai Erica L. Mora ’02 Susie Morales ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Moran Veronica Moreno ’82 Shawn M. Morris ’96 Linda K. Morrow ’02 Candice D. Morvant ’00 John W. Moseley ’98 Mrs. Scherol Munerlyn Irma L. Muniz ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Murdock Sherri L. Myers ’98 Dr. Nancy J. Nelson Jerome B. Nevins ’78 Mai T. Nguyen ’03 Kathleen T. Norvell ’94 Richard O. Nunez ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nuss III Timothy J. O’Brien ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Ernesto Olivarez, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Orr Alma Pacheco ’04 Julie Padilla ’02 Roel Palacios, Jr. ’83 Veronica A. Palacios ’89 Denise P. Palmer ’87 Patricia A. Panknin ’02 Mr. Steve Paschal William B. Pate ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Prakash B. Patel Donald B. Patterson ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Paulson Mr. Brad Peeples Jennifer M. Pennington ’02 Christina V. Perez ’99 Mrs. Donna Perez and Mr. Anthony Perez Efrain Perez, Jr. ’99 Vicki Perry ’73 Mrs. Lynn R. Perry Mr. Raymond Peterson

Dr. Armand Picou Dr. Andy Piker Rose Anne H. Poff ’77 Shirley Polhemus ’93 Curtis E. Poole Cynthia Porterfield ’96 Kathleen Fogel Putnam ’97 Jerry M. Quinn ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Quirino Dr. Anthony Quiroz Alfonso L. Ramirez ’86 Mary L. Ramirez ’77 Ms. Rosalinda Ramirez Regent Emerita Maria Guadalupe Rangel and The Honorable Jorge Rangel Erik G. Rasch ’97 Melvin E. Rauch, Jr. ’97 Gena R. Rea ’04 Ms. Susan J. Reinhart Sylvia F. Reney ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald T. Reno Mrs. Jeanne Reyes Sandra T. Reyna Salazar ’78 Monica V. Reynolds ’99 Sharon M. Richards ’74 Christina D. Rickard ’92 Ms. Anne E. Ries John W. Rinard, Jr. ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Severo R. Riojas John R. Rios ’78 Rhonda G. Roberts ’94 Ms. Erlinda T. Robles Dixie A. Rochester ’01 Debra K. Rodriguez ’87 Diana P. Rodriguez ’97 Marjorie W. Rollins ’76 Ms. Noehmi Roman Esmeralda B. Romero ’86 Estanislao H. Rosas ’77 William C. Royce ’75 Alberto R. Royo ’88 Steven B. Ruiz ’92 Ms. Rita Rushing Dr. Alexey L. Sadovski Mark A. Salazar ’99 Jackie D. Salinas ’05 Mary K. Salinas ’91 Velma M. Salinas ’04 Ms. Corletta A. SampsonAririguzo Faraon Sanchez Mr. Robert Sandate Elizabeth J. Sanders ’91 Sylvia P. Sandoval ’82

Michael J. Sandroussi ’90 Ms. Maria L. Santos Mr. Luis Saucedo Susan G. Sausley ’00 Joseph Savage ’02 Mr. and Mrs. James M. Scecina Sharon Scerrato ’83 Mrs. Lydia Schmalstieg Josephine L. Schuenemann ’91 David Matthew Schweitzer ’05 Carole R. Schweizer ’83 Ricardo Sedeno ’02 Crystal J. Seehorn ’03 Kevin P. Sehy ’87 Dr. Lon H. Seiger Antonio P. Sevilla ’86 Mr. and Mrs. David A. Sheets Richard L. Shelton ’00 Eric C. Shely ’93 Stacy R. Sher ’02 Sherwin-Williams Robert B. Siddall ’75 Diana Silguero ’01 Dr. James E. Silliman III Graciela M. Silva ’87 Barbara G. Silverman ’89 Linda M. Simmons ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Simmons David M. Simonds ’99 David O. Smith ’90 Mrs. Mira Smithwick Jeannine M. Solis ’04 Marilyn L. Speer ’87 Ms. Cheryl Sprowl Mrs. Jerri Steele Dr. Pamela P. Stokes Mr. and Mrs. Randy Stoneroad Russell B. Stowers ’99 Yoshiko K. Strentzsch ’91 Bridget K. Studer ’04 Ms. Donna J. Sunkel Valarie J. Sutherland ’86 John E. Swoboda ’76 Glenda Tansey ’78 Elizabeth A. Taylor-Curl ’90 Jo E. Teichman ’00 Maria D. C. Tejeda-Delgado ’98 Mr. Lawrence Terrell Texas Champion Bank Michael D. Thieme ’01 Melanie H. Thompson ’77 Dr. Robert E. Thompson Mrs. Terri Thompson Lynette R. Tiller ’95 Susan S. Tiller ’02 Mr. David Torres

Primitivo R. Torres ’85 Reynaldo P. Torres ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Trevino Mary E. Trevino ’95 Abhijeet Trivedi ’02 Oran B. Tyler, Jr. ’51 Norma R. Urban ’92 Mr. and Ms. Joseph E. Valdez Romeo O. Valdez ’05 Irma A. Valdez-Cevallos ’84 Shonika L. Valentin ’02 Armando Vasquez ’93 Janie Vasquez ’94 Mrs. Mary Vavrusa Nilda E. Vella ’86 Barbara M. Veltri ’99 Juan E. Villalpando ’90 Laura C. Villarreal ’03 Michele R. Voight ’00 Sheri L. Voss ’84 Monica A. Waggoner ’03 Barbara L. Wahl ’95 Earl R. Wait ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Walker Daniel O. Ward ’93 Linda F. Weber ’94 Wellpoint Foundation Claudia P. Wells ’92 Dr. Tim J. Wells Ms. Patricia Welsh Marie A. Wendeborn ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Erich E. Wendl Deborah S. West ’00 Wayne M. West ’86 Danice R. Whetstone ’98 Ms. Paulette White Mr. and Mrs. Elbert White, Jr. Kithsiri Wijewardena ’05 Bessegene L. Wilkinson ’66 Ms. Sarah Williams Wanda Y. Wiltz ’98 Ms. Melissa D. Windle Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Woods Sandra Woolery ’81 Randall C. Wulff ’89 Mr. Bindu M. Yaparla Pandurangachar Betsy G. Yarborough ’64 Kathy A. Yarbrough ’86 Mr. and Mrs. D. Yeager Dr. Elaine A. Yellen Dr. David W. Yoskowitz Dr. Lari Dianne Young Harriet E. Young-Abel ’98 Maryann Yzaguirre ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Edwardo Zapata Denise Ziegler ’85

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Stories and information pertaining to the philanthropy efforts of the Foundation at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.

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