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A year to remember The most important year in Swedish Medical Center’s history was, of course, 1910, when ten members of Seattle’s Swedish-American community joined together to create the first Swedish Hospital, a 24-bed “advanced” facility on Belmont Avenue that would expand (and relocate) steadily for a century and become the Swedish we know today. Swedish’s second most important year, however, has to be 2012, the remarkable twelve-month roller coaster ride of changes, milestones, challenges and accomplishments which we recently completed. Early last year, as I am sure you know, we entered into an historic affiliation with Providence Health & Services. This affiliation preserved Swedish’s history, its secular identity and its brand, while also making us a key component of a much larger, multi-state organization. Making this affiliation work has been a complicated task, but after many long hours put in by Swedish administrators and staff at every level, I believe we are much better positioned to be able to continue providing high quality, cost-effective care in a rapidly evolving health-care environment. In addition to enabling us to benefit from economies of scale in areas like purchasing, human resources, accounting and information technology, the Providence affiliation has placed us at the heart of a network of providers that covers Western Washington. This flexible network will allow Swedish and Providence to develop innovative strategies for providing care to large, geographically dispersed patient groups defined by insurers or large employers. This type of population-based care, which can focus on wellness and disease prevention much better than the fee-for-service model which now dominates care delivery in the U.S., is certain to become increasingly important as pressures increase to improve health and lower costs. A quick note: all of us who work at Swedish are pleased and very proud to congratulate Rod Hochman, M.D., Swedish’s former CEO, who was recently named the new CEO of Providence Health & Services. Rod came to Swedish in 2007, and during his tenure succeeded in dramatically improving the working relationship between Swedish’s hospital leadership and its medical staff leadership. He also implemented many of the structural and organizational changes that have positioned Swedish to thrive in the demanding environment that is being created by health care reform and ongoing economic difficulties. We look forward to working closely with Rod in the years ahead. Another thing that made 2012 memorable for Swedish was the unprecedented financial challenges we faced. A year ago, you may have read a story in your newspaper that Swedish was losing as much as $250,000 a day and facing a projected annual deficit of $90 million. This story was true, and perhaps our biggest accomplishment in 2012 involved the successful steps we took to address the national problem of declining patient volumes and revenues due to the bad economy in order to put Swedish on a sound financial footing by year’s end. Our turnaround resulted from large and small steps that we took to lower costs and improve our financial situation. Some of these steps involved making cuts in programs and areas where patient volumes and revenues were down. We also made staffing reductions, mostly through a voluntary separation program with incentives for early retirement. These measures were difficult, but thanks to the hard work of Swedish staff and administrators at every level on every campus in our system, we finished 2012 with an operating gain of more than $30 million. One of Swedish’s most remarkable accomplishments in 2012, and one that directly involves the readers of IMPACT, was the success of The Campaign for Swedish, which reached its initial $100 million goal last summer, 17 months before its conclusion on December 31, 2013. Philanthropic support from the community has been crucial to Swedish’s strength since its founding, and it is certain to become an increasingly important factor in our ability to provide the best possible care to our patients as financial pressures on hospitals continue to grow. As we move forward into 2013, Swedish remains focused on becoming an even stronger resource for the communities and families we serve. I am humbled by and deeply grateful for the support we receive from you, our donors. Your generosity and your belief in Swedish will continue to be critical to our success, and they will, I am confident, help us to finish The Campaign for Swedish with a bang. Warmest regards,

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Swedish Medical Center Spring 2013 Volume 5, Issue 1

EDITOR Lindsay Hopkins DESIGNER Angela Bogdanovich Turk FEATURE WRITER Jennifer Schaefer CONTRIBUTING Colleen Bromen WRITERS Karen Chan Marnie Foust Mary Hackett Gaynor Hills Bob Hinck Lauren Moore Ashley Petty Samantha Vanover

FEATURE Rosanne Olson, PHOTOGRAPHER Rosanne Olson Photography CONTRIBUTING Ben VanHouten, VanHouten Photography, Inc., PHOTOGRAPHERS Swedish Medical Photography and Video

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The Lytle Center For Pregnancy & Newborns

A UNI UE RESOURCE FOR FAMILIES

2012 DONOR RECOGNITION ISSUE PHILANTHROPY ADVANCES CARDIAC SURGERY PROGRAM

ON THE COVER Four-month old Lael and her mom, Nicole, overcame breastfeeding challenges and are now advocates for the Lytle Center. Read their story beginning on page 6. Cover photo by Rosanne Olson

Welcome to Swedish Medical Center’s IMPACT magazine. This publication is designed to provide you with the latest information about Swedish services and events, health care and medical topics, and the activities of the Swedish Medical Center Foundation and its supporters. IMPACT is published as a community service by Swedish Medical Center. Any questions or comments may be addressed to Lindsay Hopkins, editor, Swedish Medical Center, 747 Broadway, Seattle, WA 98122-4307.

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For additional content and information on ways to give, visit us at www.swedishfoundation.org To receive our newsletter with information about Foundation news and events, register online at www.swedishfoundation.org/newsletter-signup To learn more about The Campaign for Swedish, visit www.campaignforswedish.org

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Swedish Cancer Institute Social Work program A cornerstone of integrated care services

Advances to cardiac surgery program TAVR, hybrid-OR made possible thanks to philanthropy

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www.facebook.com/swedishmedicalcenter www.twitter.com/swedish www.youtube.com/swedishseattle

Annual donor roll call

A “thank you� to our generous supporters and giving highlights of 2012

Foundation News 12

Swedish/Edmonds Imagine Gala

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Legacy Partner spotlight

Event inspires record-breaking support for campus

Savvy donor Bob Cunnison is a champion of gift annuities

The Lytle Center Offering families an important medical, community, and social resource

When it opens summer 2013 at the Swedish/First Hill campus, The Lytle Center for Pregnancy & Newborns will be the go-to resource for families in the community.

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Photo by Rosanne Olson

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Swedish Cancer Institute appoints new executive director Following a national search, Thomas Brown, M.D., M.B.A. will build upon SCI’s long history of providing high-quality, personalized cancer care.

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based clinical trial consortium. fter an extensive national search, He holds an MBA from Rice Univerthe Swedish Cancer Institute (SCI) sity. A graduate of the Medical College has appointed Thomas Brown, of Virginia, Dr. Brown completed an M.D., M.B.A. as its new executive director. internal medicine residency at the UniIn his new role, Dr. Brown’s main reversity of Florida and a fellowship in medsponsibilities include overseeing the ical oncology at The Johns Hopkins Institute’s Swedish-based program and University School of Medicine. Dr. Brown’s network development; leading SCI’s vision, clinical practice and research focus has strategy, planning, advocacy and execubeen on therapeutic development in gastion work; furthering relationship develtrointestinal malignancies. His profesopment with the Providence Health & sional and academic interests include Services network; organizing and leading health-care policy and international healthefforts to reposition SCI for health-care care delivery systems. reform; overseeing the Institute’s clinical “As the new executive director, Dr. research efforts and advanced technology Brown will focus on furthering the 81-year initiatives; as well as championing SCI’s history and reputation of SCI as a leader in fund-raising efforts. providing personalized cancer care with Dr. Brown comes to Swedish from the a research-driven, evidence-based, multiUniversity of Arizona, where he served as disciplinary, and disease-oriented model professor of medicine and chief operating As the new executive director, Thomas Brown, of patient care,” says Todd Strumwasser, officer of the University of Arizona Cancer M.D., M.B.A. will steward SCI’s vision. Center. Prior to that, he was a professor and vice president M.D., Swedish senior vice president and chief operating officer. at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, and “He will help steward the development of a world-class cancer while on the faculty at Duke University led development of the program, that is both cost effective and quality driven, but most multi-disciplinary GI cancer program and a regional, community- importantly patient-centered.” i

Swedish/Edmonds cares for its community Physicians and nurses participate in heart screening event for local high school students.

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and help a student avoid sudden cardiac the electrical signals of the heart. All childarrest,” says Gregg Miller, M.D., medical ren received limited physical exams, and director at Swedish/Edmonds emergency in some cases underwent an echocardiogram. The results department. “Most were reviewed onof the students I site by cardiologists examined did not and sports physihave risky heart cians experienced conditions, so the in heart screenings. athlete and parents As a result of the were relieved and screenings, physitruly appreciated cian follow-ups the peace of mind were recommended we were able to for several of the provide.” children: 15 students Screenings conwith elevated blood sisted of a Heart Miller, M.D., medical director at Swedish/ pressure, 10 stuHealth Survey ask- Gregg Edmonds emergency department, examines Connor ing about possible O’Brien at a recent heart-screening event at Edmonds- dents with family medical history or signs and symp- Woodway High School. toms or family history of a heart condi- secondary symptoms, and two students tion. ECGs were performed that analyze for immediate follow-up. i

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achieve the best possible outcome. t the Swedish Cancer Institute Sandi Johnson, MSW, Oncology (SCI), staff recognize that no Social Work Supervisor states,“Swetwo patients are alike, and that each dish Cancer Institute’s social work person will face a unique set of cirphilosophy is guided by a compassioncumstances, needs and challenges ate commitment to supporting each throughout their journey. In addition individual, their family and their careto providing world-class clinical care, givers. We believe that each patient Swedish Cancer Institute is proud to has the right to meaningful particioffer many integrated care options pation in decisions affecting their and services to patients and their health care and that we have an oblifamilies. Social Work Services is one example of this, and our dedicated team counseling, psychiatric referrals and gation to detect and address suffering and of social workers and cancer psychiatrists support groups, Swedish oncology social threats to patients’ health, autonomy have created a robust support network workers are devoted to the emotional and integrity.” A cancer diagnosis will often have a for patients and their families facing a health of each patient. They begin their work at the time of diagnosis, collabo- ripple effect on the lives of the patient cancer diagnosis. SCI social workers serve as a key conduit rating with the patient, caregivers and and their caregivers, impacting everything for helping patients access a wide variety of physicians to develop a treatment plan from maintaining employment to the care and wellness options, including indi- that optimizes each person’s ability to ability to care for their family. Financial concerns can often vidual and family arise, and stress counseling, support over navigating nugroups for patients merous and comcaregivers, art therplicated insurance apy, cancer educaforms and paytion, and genetic and ments can take a financial counselors. heavy toll on paSupport Group tients and caremembers find the Generous donors Anne and Jack Fontaine (fourth and fifth from right), pictured with the SCI givers. Social workservices invaluable. Social Work team. ers also play a very “The caregiver supimportant role in port group gives me a helping patients safe place to express work through the the rewards, frustraWhen Anne Fontaine’s parents, Cleo Wubbena and Merton Winkel, were countless issues of tions and devastation married in the 1940s, they had no idea that their family’s Iowa farmland would everyday life, which of being a primary eventually create an incredible legacy of care, thousands of miles away in the can feel overwhelmcaregiver. The social Pacific Northwest. ing during a time workers listen withA combination of personal encounters with cancer and their own professional when the cancer out judgment, even experiences as social workers have made Anne and her husband, Jack, great cham patient needs to when someone brings pions of social workers and the role they play to patients and families facing a focus on his or her up something painful cancer diagnosis. The Fontaines’ relationship with Swedish began when one of health and wellness. or challenging. This Anne’s closest friends was treated at the Swedish Cancer Institute. Anne was The Swedish is an invaluable part impressed and comforted by the level of care and support that her friend received. Cancer Institute is of my support system Several years later, Anne saw her mother’s community in rural Iowa rally around proud of offer our and I can’t imagine her with resources and love when she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Anne patients access to being without it,” a and Jack were touched by the kindness their loved ones received in times of crisis, critical integrated current group memand thought often of how challenging it would have been without the vital care services. Our ber says. support from social workers. oncology social The emotions Anne inherited the family farm in Iowa after her mother’s passing in 2012. workers consider it surrounding every When considering their own estate plans, Jack and Anne made a decision to use a a privilege to serve stage of cancer — portion of the Iowa property to establish a fund at the Swedish Cancer Institute, in this unique role from diagnosis to and “The Iowa Farm Fund for Social Work Services” was thus created in honor as consistent prosurvivorship — can and memory of Anne’s beloved parents. viders of care to pabe overwhelming for The Fontaines’ generous future gift is a testament to the vital role that social tients and their fameveryone involved. workers play, and will ensure that SCI patients have access to these critical support ilies throughout the Through one-on-one services in years to come. cancer journey. i counseling, family

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Swedish offers new treatment for glioblastoma brain tumors

Patients at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute are able to benefit from some of the most advanced treatments available.

The NovoTTF-100A System offers patients an important alternative to traditional glioblastoma therapies.

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hile the survival rates for patients with many types of cancer have improved dramatically in recent decades, the outcomes for brain cancer patients have changed little in the last century. The average survival rate for patients with glioblastoma multiforme, the most common and malignant type of brain cancer, is 18 months, and only three new treatments for glioblastoma (GBM) have been U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved in the past 30 years. The Ben & Catherine Ivy Center for Advanced Brain Tumor Treatment (the Ivy Center) was established at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute in 2008 to expand the range of treatments options available to patients with benign and malignant brain tumors in the Pacific Northwest, and ultimately to find a cure for brain cancer. Today, the Ivy Center offers patients some of the most advanced treatments available, including access to more than 10 clinical trials of promising new therapies. In February 2013, the Ivy Center added an innovative new therapy to its growing list of GBM treatment options. The NovoTTF™-100A System was the first device to receive FDA approval as a treatment for brain tumors in April 2011. The NovoTTF-100A System is a medical device that delivers intermediate-frequency, alternating electrical fields to the tumor, which may slow or stop tumor growth. The device comprises two components: a portable electrical source and four large patches, each containing nine ceramic discs called transducer

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arrays. The patches form a cap-like device that is affixed to the patient’s scalp with adhesive. The electrical source can be plugged into a wall outlet or can run on batteries, giving patients the freedom to go about their daily activities. The NovoTTF-100A System offers an important alternative to traditional GBM therapies, such as surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy and radiosurgery, which typically control the tumor for only one to two years. Also, because there are minimal treatment-related side effects with the NovoTTF100A System, the quality of life for patients treated with this new therapy is superior to that associated with some traditional treatments. “We are still learning the appropriate role and timing for the NovoTTF-100A System in patients with recurrent GBM,” says John W. Henson, M.D., FAAN, a neuro-oncologist at the Ivy Center. “However, we see it as an important treatment option for patients who cannot undergo additional surgery or chemotherapy.” The Swedish Neuroscience Institute is one of the few centers in the United States whose clinical staff has been trained and certified in the use of this new system. It is also the only study location in the Northwest participating in a related clinical trial that is evaluating the use of the NovoTTF-100A System as treatment immediately after a patient is diagnosed with GBM. In this study, the system is used in addition to radiation therapy and chemotherapy. i

Philanthropy fuels advances in cardiac surgery $1.5 million in support from The Campaign for Swedish.

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ith more than 60 heart and vascular specialists collaborating at a dozen community clinics and seven regional hospital campuses, the Swedish Heart & Vascular Institute (SHVI) provides one of the most comprehensive cardiac care programs in the Northwest. As our population ages, SHVI has a growing obligation to increase its capacity to meet the community’s need for cardiovascular care. More than $1.5 million in direct and indirect support from The Campaign for Swedish has opened a new chapter in cardiac surgery that will help make that possible.

TAVR program launched In spring 2012, Swedish became one of only a few sites in the country to offer a revolutionary new minimally invasive procedure for transcathater aortic valve replacement (TAVR), thanks to $250,000 in support from the fundraising Campaign. In November 2011, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the Edwards SAPIEN transcatheter heart valve for the treatment of patients with severe, symptomatic native aortic valve stenosis who are too vulnerable for open-heart surgery. As aging baby boomers increase the population of older adults, the number of people diagnosed with severe aortic stenosis — caused by the calcification and narrowing of the valve, thereby limiting blood flow from the heart — is rising. Severe aortic stenosis affects an estimated 5 percent of people age 75 and older. Valve replacement is the only cure for aortic stenosis; yet, for many older patients, traditional open-heart surgery may not be an option. “It is highly fulfilling to be part of the TAVR program. Our team can offer a patient with limited surgical treatment options the opportunity for very positive outcomes. The moment of truth and recognition comes forth when the patient says, ‘Thank you for giving back

my life’,” shares SHVI cardiologist O. Madalina Petrescu, M.D. Comprised of a cardiologist and cardiac surgeon, the TAVR team uses a prosthetic valve that is delivered to the heart via a catheter-based system placed through the femoral artery in the leg. Because it is less invasive, there is a shorter procedure time and hospital stay compared to traditional open-heart surgery. The 30 TAVR procedures that have been performed to date at Swedish have yielded outstanding results. The average intervention takes about three hours, and the average length of stay is about three to five days. “The good news for people who are high risk is that this procedure gives them a tremendous opportunity to have their valve repaired,” says cardiologist Bob Bersin, M.D. “This is a whole new multidisciplinary approach for Swedish and working as a team will only result in better outcomes. TAVR allows us to offer previously untreatable or high risk patients with aortic stenosis the hope for a longer, better-quality life.”

New hybrid operating room open Complex, high-risk procedures like TAVR are best performed in a hybrid operating environment with cutting-edge imaging equipment, room for a large team of cardiac specialists and the capacity to switch to traditional open-heart procedures if necessary. Approximately $1 million in support from The Campaign for Swedish was allocated to build a new hybrid operating room (OR) at the Swedish/Cherry Hill campus. Construction on the 1,200-squarefoot OR was completed in fall 2012. Hybrid ORs combine state-of-the-art surgical equipment and surgical clinicians with the advanced imaging equipment and medical providers typically found in a cath lab. They allow physicians to combine both minimally invasive techniques — such as stent placement and angioplas-

ties — and traditional open-surgery as part of the same procedure. As traditional open-heart procedures are replaced with minimally invasive ones, such as TAVR, the hybrid cardiovascular OR’s multidisciplinary environment allows physicians to perform the ideal type of surgery for each patient. Eric Lehr, M.D., a cardiac surgeon at Swedish, is grateful for the community partnerships that have led to enhanced patient-care options. “As physicians, we are thankful for the generosity of the donors who made it possible for Swedish to build one of the most advanced hybrid operating rooms in the country. This room combines the best imaging systems with built-in capability for robotic surgical procedures, helping us to treat challenging heart conditions through very small incisions. Procedures performed in this room allow patients to return to full activity much earlier.”

State-of-the-art imaging equipment purchased It is essential that the TAVR team of cardiologists and surgeons get a comprehensive view of a patient’s heart and vessels prior to performing complex procedures like TAVR. More than $250,000 in philanthropic funds was used to purchase a new Siemens DynaCT imaging system for the new hybrid OR. The DynaCT system generates highresolution three-dimensional images of the heart using an angiographic C-arm that moves around the patient. Within a minute, physicians not only have a complete 3-D image of the patient’s unique cardiovascular system that is similar to what would be captured by a traditional CT scan, but also a live X-ray of the beating heart in one examination. This advanced technology creates a road map for physicians, allowing procedures to be completed more accurately and quickly than ever before. “Our goal is to provide the most comprehensive, integrated and highestquality cardiac care to even our most vulnerable patients,”says Glenn Barnhart, M.D., executive director and chief of cardiac surgery services at SHVI. “We are extremely grateful that generous support from the community is making that possible.” i w w w. s w e d i s h f o u n d a t i o n . o r g

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The Journey Begins The new Lytle Center will provide support to families of newborns

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When 33-yearold Seattle attorney Nicole Jabaily gave birth to her first baby – a healthy 8 pound, 4 ounce girl named Lael Margaux Jabaily Roberson – on November 5, 2012, she expected her biggest concern to be getting the hang of changing a diaper. Nicole’s pregnancy had been “very straightforward,” she says, and with the help of a doula and her husband, Jeff, she had a relatively easy labor at the Swedish/First Hill Childbirth Center. She and Jeff had taken several parenting-education classes at Swedish, such as infant CPR, to prepare for their new arrival, and “I thought we were completely covered,” remembers Nicole. “I expected nursing to be the least of my worries. I figured I’d just lay the baby on my chest, and she’d instinctively latch on.” However, when this scenario began to play out following Lael’s birth, “nothing happened,” says Nicole. “The labor and delivery nurse put the baby on my chest, but she wasn’t eating.” The nurse provided Nicole with a nipple shield – a flexible piece of silicone that helps with breastfeeding – but, after trying for an hour, Lael still failed to latch successfully. “I was worried because I’d heard that the first feeding is really important,” says Nicole. She recalls the nurse commenting on Lael’s “cute little heart-shaped tongue,” but she didn’t think much of the remark at the time. During Nicole’s 48-hour postpartum stay at Swedish, Lael managed to nurse a little, with the help of a lactation consultant, but “she never ate well – just a little bit here and there,” says Nicole. “She wasn’t really latching on.” By the time the family checked Story by out, Lael’s weight had dropped Jennifer Schaefer to 7 pounds, 11 ounces – not unusual for a newborn, but Photos by still enough of a loss to cause Rosanne Olson

FEATURE the new parents some concern.“I didn’t know how stressed I should be,” remembers Nicole. Nicole and Lael continued to struggle with breastfeeding at home, and when Nicole took her daughter in for her first well-baby check two days later, on a Friday, she discovered Lael was still losing weight and had dropped to 7 pounds, 5 ounces – a little more than 11 percent below her birth weight. “The doctor was worried and I was worried, because babies are supposed to be back up to their birth weight by the time they’re a week old,” says Nicole. Mother and baby left with an appointment to return on Monday for another weight check. Lael was eating better over the weekend, but she and Nicole were still struggling to hit their stride with nursing. “The baby was still having trouble with feeding,” recalls Nicole. Although Nicole had been encouraged while pregnant to enjoy long stretches of undisturbed sleep before the baby arrived, she wasn’t prepared for the sleep deprivation that having a new – and hungry – infant entailed. She says, “The baby needed to eat every two-to-three hours, but each feeding could take an hour or two” – so trying to get nutrition into little Lael seemed a never-ending struggle. “I felt totally overwhelmed as a new mom, but I just assumed everything would work out,” says Nicole. “The first days of our baby’s life were wonderful, except for our trouble feeding and the fact that I wasn’t sleeping.” On the advice of Lael’s physician, Nicole began using a curved syringe to help encourage the baby to nurse – a method that worked with some success. Unfortunately, after a few days, the syringe broke. “There was no way to fix it, so I ordered more syringes online,” Nicole says, adding that her mother was visiting from Colorado at the time. Nicole’s mom suggested that she call Swedish to find out if it was possible to get more syringes right away, so Nicole called Swedish’s 8

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New Parent Information Line, (206) 386-MOMS, to inquire. “The consultant answered ‘hello’ and I just started crying,” says Nicole. “I began telling her that my baby wasn’t eating great, but I couldn’t even finish the sentence.” That lactation consultant, Emily Pease, RN, IBCLC, from Swedish Breastfeeding Center, was able to provide Nicole with a few additional syringes. With the help of the new syringes, Nicole and Lael got through the night, but “that was my darkest hour,” recalls Nicole. The next day, Nicole brought Lael to the Swedish/ Ballard campus for a one-and-a-half-hour consultation with Pease. “At our appointment, Emily focused on troubleshooting,” says Nicole. “She specifically looked at the shape of Lael’s mouth.” Pease’s conclusion was that Lael was suffering from ankyloglossia – a condition commonly known as “tongue tied,” in which an unusually short, thick lingual frenulum (the membrane that connects the underside of the tongue to the floor of the mouth) can cause decreased mobility of the tongue. In Lael’s case, her short frenulum was preventing her from nursing successfully. Pease told Nicole there was an easy fix: having Lael’s frenulum cut, or “released,” during a brief outpatient appointment. Pease provided Nicole with a list of physicians who performed the procedure, and Nicole was able to schedule an appointment for later that day. In the weeks that followed, Lael’s breastfeeding improved significantly. Though weight gain was slow at first, with the help of another lactation consultation with Pease followed by two Swedish group lactation-support sessions, Lael was soon eating like a champ, and before long the scale showed positive results. For Nicole, the assistance she received from Swedish was a lifeline in a time of frightening uncertainty. “Emily was very comforting and calm,” she says. “She told me, ‘You’re doing this right, your milk supply is good, the baby is having wet diapers and isn’t dehydrated.’ Then we worked together to solve the puzzle.”

As Nicole’s story shows, navigating the waters of new parenthood can be tough – especially when many moms face shorter maternity stays and less access to family and community resources than they may have had in the past. Having a strong support

network to turn to for advice during the first days and weeks after a baby is born – as well as in the months leading up to the birth – can make a huge difference, both in the mother’s well-being and in the child’s. In summer 2013, Swedish will open the new Lytle Center for Pregnancy & Newborns at the First Hill campus. This modern, 5,400-square-foot, ground-level space will be located at the campus’ south entrance, and will provide a much-needed support network – not only for new moms and babies, but for all family members and caregivers of a newborn, whether or not the baby was born at one of Swedish’s four birthing centers (located at the First Hill, Ballard, Edmonds and Issaquah campuses). “Swedish offers the best care in pregnancy and childbirth anywhere, but there’s been a gap,” says Theresa Demeter, director of Women and Infants Services Development at Swedish. “Many new moms go home with tons of questions, like ‘Am I doing this right?’, ‘Am I healthy?’ and ‘Is my baby healthy?’. The Lytle Center will provide them with answers and services after they leave the hospital, all in one place, to help them tran-

sition from hospital to home.” Features that new families will find at the new center include:

• A clinic for new-mother and well-baby checkups, given in the first few days after they leave the hospital, to ensure both mom and infant are doing well

• A certified lactation consultant, available to provide breastfeeding support through one-on-one appointments, and other nursing support • Breast pump rentals and a full range of expert-recommended retail offerings, including maternity support belts, nursing bras and other breastfeeding supplies, specialty preemie and newborn items, and other essentials • Individualized care for women experiencing symptoms of postpartum depression, including social-and psychiatry services such as screening and small group therapy • Classroom space for Swedish support groups and childbirth- and parenting-education classes (which currently draw nearly 11,000 community members per year) • Baby-care stations where families can weigh babies and change their diapers, with all of the needed supplies at hand • An outside play area for toddlers and children w w w. s w e d i s h f o u n d a t i o n . o r g

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FEATURE In addition, touchpads, hightech kiosks and computer stations will provide easy access to information and education (for example, about kids’ wellness); fitness classes will be offered for new moms and children; and a helpful staff will be available to answer questions and provide as sistance, and ensure new Swedish moms and babies are registered for their follow-up appointment at the Center. Prior to departure, mothers who give birth at First Hill can visit the Lytle Center to have their questions answered, purchase any necessary last-minute newborn items and rent a breast pump if need be, while waiting in comfort for a member of their group to get the car. Another important Lytle Center offering will be jaundice screening for NICU babies, as well as oximitry testing which will ensure they are ready to move from a car bed to an upright car seat. Even with the many medically advanced functions happening within, the new Center is designed to be warm and welcoming, says Jane K. Uhlir, M.D., Swedish’s executive director for Women & Infants, Pediatric Specialty Care and Clinical Process Improvement. “It will be a lovely space, with a fireplace and comfy chairs,” says Dr. Uhlir. “We want mothers, fathers, grandparents and other family members to feel comfortable – not like they’re in a hospital – so that they can gather, get support and exchange ideas.” Community partners, such as PEPS and Conscious Fathering, will help facilitate these connections and conversations, says Dr. Uhlir. The Center’s phone number, (206) 386-MOMS, provides information on all things infant-related at Swedish, from choosing a pediatrician to finding out when hospital tours are offered.

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disorders and breastfeeding, issues many new moms struggle with. According to the National Institutes of Health, up to 15 out of every 100 women will experience postpartum mood disorders within the first three months after giving birth. About half of these women will have mild or moderate depression and around half will suffer from major depression. Any depression can be debilitating, of course, and receiving help right away is a big part of improving a new mother’s happiness and confidence in caring for her child. At the Lytle Center, moms will be screened for postpartum mood disorders via an easy-to-answer questionnaire as part of their postpartum clinic visit. Women found to be suffering from depression can then see a social worker or psychiatrist, if needed, or will be referred to other specialists for further care. Dedicated support groups will also help put women on the road to recovery. “Postpartum depression has a huge psychological impact on moms, babies and families, but it’s not socially acceptable to talk about,” says Dr. Uhlir. “New motherhood is supposed to be this wonderful time of life. But postpartum depression is like any other illness – if you take care of it early, it may not be such a problem. There are many different types of therapies available, and we can help get women to the proper resource.” Another Lytle Center priority, says Theresa Demeter, is to help women successfully breastfeed and continue to do so for as long as they want to. It is well known that breastfeeding is great for babies: studies show that breastfed babies enjoy a stronger immune system and lower risk of obesity, among other health benefits. But did you know that breastfeeding is also good for moms (beyond helping them shed those postbaby pounds)? By nursing her infant, a mother is thought to lower her stress level, risk of postpartum depression and risk of some types of cancer. As Nicole Jabaily discovered, however, breastfeeding is not always simple. Women who need help will find it in the Center’s Lactation Support program.

In addition to a certified lactation consultant, the program will provide new mothers with group consultations, support groups, supplies and educational resources. “I would say that almost all patients could benefit from coming in and having a visit with the nurse consultant,” says Demeter. She adds that because the Center is a Department of Health licensed space, it’s possible for patients to bill insurance for outpatient lactation services.

Swedish Medical Center Foundation has begun raising the estimated $5 million in community support that will be needed to build the Lytle Center for Pregnancy & Newborns and to establish the many essential services it will offer. Chuck and Karen Lytle of Seattle helped turn the vision of the Center into a reality with their generous leadership gift of $1 million. “We are very excited to be able to sponsor the new Pregnancy & Newborn Center. This will be such an amazing resource for mothers, infants and families in our community that need either a little or a lot of support preand postnatal,” Chuck and Karen share. “We have been very fortunate to have had five healthy grandchildren

born at Swedish, and hope that many other parents and grandparents will be able to have the same great experience with all of the resources conveniently available to them.” Because many of the Center’s services won’t be paid for by insurance or other reimbursements, ongoing community support will be needed for its programs to operate and to grow in the future. The hoped-for result, says Dr. Uhlir, is the development of a facility that is a national model for comprehensive, coordinated and accessible pregnancy and postpartum care. “My philosophy is that the best time to treat patients is when they need it, not at a later date,” says Dr. Uhlir. “Quickly addressing routine or serious issues that new mothers and babies may experience reduces readmissions and improves patient outcomes.” Thanks to the Lytles and other generous community members, new families in our area will soon have a much needed resource during the first days, weeks and months of their babies’ lives. “Bringing a baby home is more challenging than you might think,” says Nicole Jabaily. “It will be wonderful to have a place to go and a friendly ear. The Lytle Center will focus on how mom is doing, and what the entire family needs to make this new life work.” i

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No matter how many times you’ve been through it, expecting, having, and raising a baby are truly some of life’s biggest challenges. Making that adventure a little less stressful is what The Lytle Center for Pregnancy & Newborns will be all about. We need your help to get every family off to the best possible start. The Lytle Center will be funded entirely through philanthropic gifts. We’re asking you to help in any way you can. Your gifts will help buy something that’s incredibly valuable, and yet priceless, for families who have their babies at Swedish: guidance and peace of mind for the journey of a lifetime. If you are interested in learning more about the Center or making a gift to this community resource, please contact Jennifer Blume at (206) 386-3348 or jennifer.blume@swedish.org.

Writer Jennifer Schaefer can be reached at schaefer.jen@gmail.com. Rosanne Olson is an award-winning photographer, teacher, lecturer and published author. She collaborates with her fellow humans to tell the truth, beautifully, in her Knowing Portraits practice. To learn more, visit rosanneolson.com.

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Community and business leaders support health-care excellence Swedish/Edmonds Imagine Gala raises more than $550,000 for local patients.

(Left to right) James McCullough, M.D., Gwen Johnson, Carolyn Fenning, Molly McCullough and Steve Johnson, pictured at the 2012 Swedish/Edmonds Imagine Gala. Generous donors gathered in support of charity care, cardiac care and emergency services.

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ver 450 people attended the Swedish/Edmonds Imagine Gala on Friday, November 16, 2012. The annual semi-formal event held at the Lynnwood Convention Center included live music, dinner, as well as silent and live auctions. More than $550,000 was raised from generous community and business leaders in support of charity care, cardiac diagnostic care and emergency services, all of which help to ensure that the highest-quality care is available to patients in North King/ South Snohomish counties. “We are thrilled and grateful for the commitment this community has shown to their hospital,” says David Jaffe, chief executive of Swedish/Edmonds. “All gifts made to Swedish/ Edmonds stay right here, and support programs and services for local patients.” Gala attendees received a surprise announcement about a recent leadership gift from the Swedish/ Edmonds emergency physicians, CEP America. Their gift of $216,010 — the largest gift in the hospital’s history — was selected based on the emergency department’s street address on 76th Ave. W. “We are honored by the generosity of CEP America and their support of emergency services in this community,” says Jaffe. “Their donation is not only the biggest gift ever to this hospital, but the creative amount the physicians selected truly emphasizes their commitment to this hospital.” Our special thanks also goes to our sponsors, including platinum sponsors Puget Sound Cancer Centers, Radia, and Verdant Health Commission, as well as diamond sponsors CEP America, Pacific Anesthesia - Edmonds, Skanska and Sound Women’s Care. Swedish/Edmonds is committed to the health and well-being of its community. On behalf of the patients we serve, we gratefully acknowledge the community members, sponsors and volunteers who joined together to make the 2012 Imagine Gala a night to remember. i

Make an impact Swedish is a nonprofit medical center and relies on philanthropic partnerships to sustain current programs and develop new offerings to ensure the needs of the community are met. To learn more about how you can support patients at the Swedish/ Edmonds campus or to make a gift, please contact Lindsay Hopkins, assistant director, major gifts, at (206) 386-2751 or lindsay.hopkins@swedish.org. 12

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A group of graduates from the RN Residency program take the stage during the Destination Swedish event.

Destination Swedish: An inaugural success Nearly $500,000 raised to benefit Swedish’s RN Residency program.

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he inaugural Destination Swedish luncheon was held at the Sheraton Seattle Hotel on Monday, February 11th. Thanks to generous giving from the 600 guests in attendance, event sponsors, and other donors, nearly $500,000 was raised to support the RN Residency program at Swedish. The RN Residency program draws on — and, we believe, improves on — current best practices for training recent nursing school graduates. The goal of the program is to retain newly hired RNs and help them become the skilled and dedicated career nurses for which Swedish is known. It accomplishes this by providing them with mentoring and specialized training during their first two years of clinical care, much like the training physicians receive during their residencies. This program has been proven to dramatically improve nursing retention rates, helping to address the anticipated national nursing shortage.

Honoring a legacy, supporting caregivers In the 1970’s, Eugene Ko, M.D., a graduate of the University of Washington School of Medicine, had a thriving community-based practice on Beacon Hill and was a member of the consulting staff at Doctors Hospital in Seattle. His wife, Norma, was a dedicated member of the Doctors Hospital Women’s Auxiliary and served as a hospital volunteer. Her son, Michael Ko remembers her fondly, stating that, “she loved volunteering and helping people, and she saw the incredible impact nurses had on their patients.” When Norma died tragically in a car accident, her friends and fellow volunteers wanted to honor her and her incredible dedication to the hospital. They

The funds raised at Destination Swedish will help meet the estimated $1 million cost of creating a dedicated, state-of-theart Learning Center for the program. This completely remodeled space, to be located at the Cherry Hill campus, will include classroom space and a Nursing Simulation Lab. Destination Swedish replaces the Women’s Wellness Luncheon with the goal of creating an event with broader focus for the entire, growing Swedish community. The luncheon volunteer committee chose the name Destination Swedish as a reflection of the fact that Swedish has locations throughout the community — downtown Seattle, the north end, and on the eastside. It seemed intuitive this year to select Swedish’s innovative RN Residency program as the beneficiary of the inaugural luncheon because nurses are at the bedside caring for patients across the entire Swedish system, in every community. i

recalled Norma’s passion for nurses, and spouses — have continued making gifts how she always championed the important to this very special scholarship fund. role they played in the delivery of highEach year, the Ko Family graciously offers scholarships to two quality health care. To honor recipients, helping to ensure her memory, her community that nurses are supported began a scholarship fund to support students pursuing a while they continue their edudegree in nursing or those who cation. “As a family, we want to continue this legacy of had a desire to further build philanthropy and ensure that their technical skills and add nursing students have a reto their education as nurses. source to further their educaWhen the Doctors Hospital merged with Swedish in tion,” Michael says. “I know 1980, The Norma Ko Scholar- Michael Ko with NICU my mother would be proud.” ship Fund for Nurses at nurse Trish Nervik, a 2012 We are grateful for the Swedish Medical Center Foun- Ko scholarship recipient. Ko Family’s long-standing dation was officially created. Over the generosity and support of the nurses at past three decades, friends and family Swedish.To make a gift in support of the — including Dr. Ko and his children, Ko Scholarship Fund, please contact Grant Ko, M.D., Marcia Ko, M.D., Swedish Medical Center Foundation at Audrey Ko and Michael Ko, and their (206) 386-2738. w w w. s w e d i s h f o u n d a t i o n . o r g

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LEGACY C H A R I TA B L E G I F T A N N U I T I E S

Ensuring financial security while creating a lasting philanthropic legacy

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great tax advantages. It is also ob Cunnison is a savvy very personally satisfying. Gift investor and a well-inannuities are a way to make a formed donor. After a huge impact. You make an imsuccessful career in the mediate gift and feel the parthealth-care industry, Bob has nership, and you know that made it his personal mission you’re ensuring the future of to educate family, friends and the organization.” As he also community members about the points out, a gift annuity may power of making planned gifts. reduce tax liability on the size He recounts his early years workof the donor’s estate and on ing in nonprofit health care future income taxes. organizations. “When I took Bob likes the idea that he can charge of the budget — and the recognize Jean through his gift. fundraising — I quickly realThe Rivkin Center’s work to find ized how important major and “A gift annuity makes me a way to change the devastatplanned gifts could be to the ing statistics of ovarian cancer financial health of an organizaa partner with the Rivkin Center. is important to Bob and his two tion,” Bob says. Giving makes me feel a part of it.” daughters. They know that their Bob and Jean Cunnison investment helps save lives and owned their own business for Bob Cunnison reduce suffering through research much of their working life, and Rivkin Center donor into improved treatment, early they retired to Bellevue, Washdetection and prevention of the ington. Because of Jean’s expedisease. rience with ovarian cancer, Bob Bob hopes he can lead by example. As he points out, “many decided he wanted to make a gift in her memory to the Rivkin Center. “A charitable gift annuity is my favorite way to give,” people feel like they’d rather make a charitable gift through their explains Bob. “These gifts are a two-way street: the organi- will because gift annuities are too technical — but they’re not!” zation gains a gift and the donor gains some tax advantages “Annuities — like the one established by Bob — are an incredible way to make an immediate and lasting impact on the and an income stream for life. It’s a win-win.” As Bob explains, “to a retiree like myself, an annuity is pre- Rivkin Center,” says Clint Burwell, executive director. “Bob dictable, a sound investment, backed by the institution and has is truly our partner.” i

Make an impact Have you considered establishing a planned gift? Legacy gifts can be funded with cash, securities, real estate, life insurance or other assets, and can be crafted to achieve both your charitable and financial goals. When you make a legacy gift, you are making an investment in the future health of our community. To learn more about planned gifts, please contact Andrea King, director, planned giving, at (206) 386-3379 or andrea.king@swedish.org. 14

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from the FOUNDATION For Swedish, 2012 was a time of important transitions, starting with the affiliation with Providence Health & Services that began the year and followed by a series of leadership changes and organizational realignments that have already begun making Swedish both more efficient and more effective at providing world-class care to patients and families from throughout the region.

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ne thing that didn’t change was this community’s gratifying record of philanthropic support for Swedish. On so many occasions, the generous supporters whose names appear on the following pages stepped up and contributed their time or made gifts to help ensure that this great institution will continue to provide the care and treatments needed by the people who come to Swedish for health-care excellence. Perhaps the most exciting of last year’s philanthropy milestones came during the summer, when we reached our initial $100 million goal for The Campaign for Swedish, more than 17 months ahead of its scheduled completion. By the end of the year, we were well into the “Homestretch” phase of this historic, multi-year effort to make Swedish stronger, with a Campaign total of $107.8 million, including more than $17 million raised in 2012. This annual total resulted from a record-breaking year in terms of number of donors (16,040, a 9% increase over 2011), new donors (9,103, a 4% increase) and gifts (20,969, a 4% increase). Our 2012 numbers included four gifts of more than $1 million; nearly $2.2 million from planned giving donors who made bequests or life income gifts; a 21% increase, from 54 to 66, in Founders’ Circle donors who make gifts of more than $10,000 annually; a record $5.1 million in corporate gifts and $141,000 in contributions from 722 Swedish employees, many of whom are making their gifts On the pages that follow, through payroll deductions. we gratefully acknowledge Some of the stories behind these gifts — both about the generous people who made them and the programs and activities at Swedish that will benefit from the thousands of individual them — are told in this issue of IMPACT. Each of us at Swedish could relate similar and corporate donors stories about other gifts, large and small, that recognized extraordinary caregivers or just acknowledged the fact that, every day, people’s lives are changed for the who gave so generously better because we have Swedish in our community. to Swedish Medical Center The generous support of our donors over the first six years of The Campaign for Swedish has built or expanded an impressive list of facilities and programs at in 2012. Thanks to each Swedish during a time of serious economic challenges. These accomplishments of you, we are able to continue include the True Family Women’s Cancer Center, the Gossman Center for Advanced Healthcare Simulation, the Swedish MS Center, the Ben and Catherine Ivy Center the goal of making Swedish for Advanced Brain Tumor Treatment, and the Swedish Comprehensive Heart the leading health care Failure Center, to name just a few. This year, as the capstone project for the Campaign, we are working hard to delivery system in the region. raise the $5 million needed to build The Lytle Center for Pregnancy & Newborns Our heartfelt thanks to you, to provide mothers, newborns and family members with the comprehensive outpatient care, education, emotional and psychological counseling and support services our partners. they need in the months and days before and after a baby is born. In addition to the Lytle Center, which is described in detail in this issue of IMPACT, many other important needs and challenges at Swedish remain. I am confident, as we move toward the end of The Campaign for Swedish on December 31, that support from our generous donors will remain what it has been for over a century: a key factor in sustaining this great medical center. Speaking for everyone at Swedish, thank you for all you have done and for all you do for Swedish and our community. Sincerely,

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2012 FOUNDATION FINANCIAL RESULTS* Individual current gifts: $ 7,725,678

Corporations/Organizations: $ 5,103,368

Donations by source: $17,054,841

Individual planned gifts: $ 2,188,065 Foundations: $ 1,382,450 *

Gifts in-kind: $ 655,280

Patient-Centered Care: $ 4,709,302 Neuroscience: $ 2,852,246 Cancer: $ 2,713,708 Unrestricted: $ 2,159,959

Funds raised by service

Marsha Rivkin Center: $ 1,446,505 Women & Children: $ 902,155 Community/Patient Assistance: $ 895,800 Heart: $ 862,028 Nursing and Medical Education: $ 363,470 Art/Other: $ 149,668

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OUR DONORS Distinguished Visionaries $2,000,000+ Anonymous (1) The Ben and Catherine Ivy Foundation

Founders Circle Visionaries $1,000,000+ Cellnetix Pathology, PLLC and Cellnetix Labs, LLC Wayne and Anne Gittinger Chuck and Karen Lytle

Founders Circle Leaders $500,000+ David and Nancy Auth Estate of James and Hazel Brygger

Globus Medical Beau and Julie Gould Timmie and Jimmie Hollomon Teresa Mayberg, M.D. and Marc Mayberg, M.D. The Moyer Foundation, Karen and Jamie Moyer MS Hub Foundation Northwest Hope and Healing Foundation Northwestern Mutual Foundation The O’Donnell Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pellegrino Sandusky Radio Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simonyi Jim and Janet Sinegal Mrs. Lorna A. Stern T-Mobile USA Barbara and Charlie Wright Holly and Eric Zimmerman

Founders Circle Benefactors $20,000 – $49,999

Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Elias C. Alvord II Mr. and Mrs. Michael Anderson The Bernbaum Family Estate of Olga J. Ellez Boston Scientific Corporation Estate of Milton and Ruth Shindell Cardinal Health Clinical Technologies Vera S. Fiorito and Services The Foundation for Surgical Fellowships Schlanger Charitable Foundation Wanda Jankelson Foundation Carol’s Cause for Care and Research Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan and Carol Chinn John L. Locke Jr. Charitable Trust, Dr. and Mrs. James P. Crutcher Jr. Robin Erzinger Knepper, Lida Buckner, Ms. Diane D’Arcangelo Evelyn Anderson Roanne G. Dunbar’s Tribute to the Ms. Mary Pigott Ronald F. George Family David and Sandy Sabey and Family Rosanne Esposito-Ross and Louis Ross Safeway Foundation Estate of Bernice Deehr Janet and Doug True Estate of David F. Beutel Mrs. Patricia J. True* Estate of Helen C. Kloess Mr. and Mrs. William L. True Estate of Ida Gerstel Estate of Merrill H.Gerstel Mark and Sarah Everitt Lina Fine, M.D., M.Phil. and Pavle Repovic, M.D., Ph.D. Wenie Din and James Bowen, M.D. First Choice Health Network Inc. Kevin and Elizabeth Brown Swedish Medical Center Auxiliary/ CEP America - Emergency Physician Partners First Hill Ms. PJ Condit Edward, Eric, Rodney and Craig Fisher Dynacare, a LabCorp Company Drs. Luba and Greg Foltz Estate of Cheryl Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Harley V. Franco Estate of Goldie Ericson Friend of the MS Center Mr. James L. Evans Jr. The Glaser Foundation The Guggenheimer Family Kevin and Effie Gleason Hammes Company Jennifer A. Graves The William Randolph Hearst Foundation Dr. Bert Green and Ms. Zan Brookshire Richard and Betty Hedreen Mrs. Deanne Hanscom Jean M. Hilton Harley Marine Services The John C. & Karyl Kay Hughes Ms. Joyce Heiser Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Rod and Nancy Hochman Robin Erzinger Knepper Intuitive Surgical Michael Kopp and Family Glenn Kawasaki Rae and Mark Lembersky Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. Loeb Life Support Auxiliary Loeb Family Charitable Foundations Chai and Joy Mann Mary Kay McCaw Microsoft Corporation Medtronic Inc. NuVasive, Inc. The O.D. Fisher Charitable Foundation In Memory of Lori Pape PACCAR Foundation Physicians Anesthesia Service Inc. PS Pacific Anesthesia - Edmonds Radia Inc PS Pediatrix-Obstetrix Medical Group Seattle Radiologists APC Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pigott Sellen Construction The Tom and Brooke Pigott Dr. and Mrs. Todd A. Strumwasser Charitable Trust Premera Blue Cross Puget Sound Cancer Centers The Schuler Family Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. James K. Schuler Seattle Emergency Physicians Services, Inc. Anonymous Seattle-King County Dental Foundation Chap and Eve Alvord Martin Selig Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Andrew III Barbara Severson Bensussen Deutsch & Associates Inc. Skacel Family Bike the US for MS Snoqualmie Tribe The Abe and Sidney Block Foundation Sophie L. Anderson Trust Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brainerd Stryker Craniomaxillofacial Dr. Joseph and Barbara Buchman Mr. and Mrs. George S. Suddock Chenta and Suling Chen Swedish Cherry Hill Emergency Physicians Estate of JoAnn Q. Anderson Mr. Scott J. Swerland Estate of Mercer Given Rhodes Jr.

Founders Circle Partners $250,000+

Founders Circle Fellows $100,000+

Founders Circle Ambassadors $50,000 – $99,999

TEVA Neuroscience Inc. Tulalip Tribes Charitable Fund Jeff and Kim Veilleux Dr. Elizabeth Wayner Wells Fargo Mrs. Gail A. Wyman Christopher Yang, M.D.

Founders Circle Sponsors $10,000 – $19,999 Anonymous (2) Abbott Laboratories Mr. Paul G. Allen Amgen USA AstraZeneca LP Kathleen and Ralph Aye, M.D. Ballard Emergency Physicians Yvonne E. Belshaw Mr. and Mrs. Alfred R. Benaroya Mr. and Mrs. Russell N. Benaroya Eric and Gloria Bensussen Michelle Sailor and Robert Bersin, M.D. Dr. Paul Brynes and Mrs. Inge Strarup-Brynes Dale Chihuly and Leslie Jackson Chihuly Joan Clarke Core Medical Imaging Catherine and Deane Cruze Mr. Robert Cunnison Victor DiPietro Family Foundation Dale and Shereen Doughty Mr. Cooper Edens-Drager Janet and Glenn Edwards Eli Lilly and Company Estate of Gladys M. Harrington Estate of Mourine F. Staman ev3 Inc. Dr. Richard and Mrs. Deborah Ferse The Foster Foundation Frauenshuh HealthCare Real Estate Solutions Mrs. Marlene Frawley Dr. Patricia Galloway and Dr. Kris Nielsen* Genentech Inc. Mahmood and Schelaine Ghassemi Gigantic Planet Story Design and Strategy Mrs. Eileen H. Gilman glassybaby, LLC Mr. and Mrs. William and Cheryl Gossman Mr. Dan T. Harris Martha E. Harris* Darel and Scott Harrison/BarclayDean Mr. and Mrs. Eric V. Haug Robin Hirao-Otani and Doug Otani Meg Holgate and Bruce Bradburn David and Doreen Keyes The Kirwin Hinton Family Jim and Lorna Kneeland Richard and Mary Anne* Kobylka Jean K. Lafromboise Foundation Dr. Howard Lewis and Linda McDougall Lewis Byron and Alice Lockwood Foundation Derek Loeser and Dr. Katie Van Kessel Marcel and Jane Loh LUNA Bar Michael D. Martin John and Elizabeth McAdam Molly and James McCullough, M.D. Dr. Bob M. Meier Mr. Michael Melancon and Mr. Glenn Johnson Mr. John Montgomery and Mrs. Amy Johnson Mrs. Tracy Morris and Mr. Shayne Stevenson Mr. C. Eric Morse - Sales Result inc. Spark Charitable Foundation The Starfish Group Rosemary and James Munson Tracy The Munson Family Foundation Drs. Shirley and David Newell Blake and Molly Nordstrom Bruce and Jeannie Nordstrom Linda Nordstrom Mrs. Sally A. Nordstrom

Northwestern Mutual - Seattle Office Novo Nordisk Pharmaceuticals Inc. Mrs. Rosemary W. Peterson Pfizer Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Pigott Mr. and Mrs. Dean Polik Proliance Surgeons R & B Solutions Betty and Richard Rasmussen Judy and Fred Rupert Chris and Char Saitta Sanofi-Aventis Mr. and Mrs. Gary F. Schulze Skanska USA Building Inc. Michelle and Marc Sloan Spacelabs Healthcare St. Jude Medical, Inc. Swedish/Edmonds Medical Staff Swedish Thoracic Surgery Drs. Jane Uhlir and Donald Smith University of Washington Ruth and William Vance Vitalogy Foundation Weinstein Couture PLLC Ron and Devorah Weinstein Jill and Simon Weinstein Sarah and Tony Zabel

Summit Club Patrons $5,000 – $9,999 Anonymous (4) Abiomed Inc. Alaska Airlines Alaskan Dream Cruises Mr. Thomas Alberg and Ms. Judi Beck Astellas Pharma US, Inc Treva and Glenn Barnhart, M.D. Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals Bennett Bigelow & Leedom, P.S. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley J. Berg Nicholas J. Bez The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Biosense Webster Dr. and Mrs. George R. Birchfield Bizxchange Lisa and Norm Bontje Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Bridge Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. Callison Architecture Dr. Russell Carlisle and Dr. Susan Block Celgene Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cheney Cochran, Inc. Cook Inc. Bo and Jeanie Cornell Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Cromwell Denali Advanced Integration Jay and Inger Deutsch Mr. and Mrs. Dan D. Dixon Dorsey & Whitney, LLP Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Dunn Edwards Lifesciences William O. & K. Carole Ellison Foundation Employees Community Fund of the Boeing Company - Puget Sound Larry Engel Epic Systems Corporation Estate of Gretchen A. Mathers Thomas and Debra Fairbanks Dr. Walter and Mrs. Carolyn Fenning Dr. Lisa Florence and Hank Florence Anne and Jack Fontaine Foster Pepper, PLLC Richard and Barrie Galanti Foundation Ms. Juanita M. Garrison John M. Gilberston Foundation GM Nameplate, Inc. Charles Goggio Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey I. Greenstein Harbor Square Athletic Club Drs. Michael and Teresa Hart Mr. Luther D. Haugan Healthcare for Women John N. Hsiang, M.D. Carmen Hudson, M.D. and Guy Hudson, M.D. Mrs. Jessica Hughes and Mr. Thomas Hughes

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Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Hughes David and Maureen Jaffe Mrs. Nancy Johnston Dr. and Mrs. Richard T. Jones Tom and Marsha Kauzlarich Ernest and Debra Kawamoto Dr. Kimberly A. Krabill Mrs. Karen E. Laband The Larry Benaroya Family Foundation Laughlin Supply Company Allan B. Learned Drs. Christine Lee and Eric Vallieres Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Lyman MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions Manson Construction Co. Jennifer Martin Dr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Martin Iain and Melanie McDonald Kirby and Diane McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Dan McFarland Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. McGee The Medicines Company Michael Medley Mr. and Mrs. John W. Meisenbach Merck & Company Inc. J. Heath Miller, M.D. Minor & James Medical Michael Miyauchi Foundation Mr. Donald Molitor Dr. Karla Mooers National Brain Tumor Society NBBJ Mr. and Mrs. James F. Nordstrom Jr. Mariette and Jim O’Donnell Anita Braker-Olsen and Dave Olsen Pacific Gynecology Specialists PC Everett P. Paup and Andrea Paup Penumbra, Inc. Perkins Coie LLP Ms. Carla Peterson Pierre Fauchard Academy Jim and Gaye Pigott Mr.* and Mrs. Riley W. Pleas The Polyclinic Providence Health & Services Gordon and Gretchen Raine Richard Nelson Ryan Foundation Mandy Risley Gandt and Bradford Gandt Dr. and Mrs. Saul E. Rivkin Mr. David Robbins and Mrs. Donna Haggerty-Robbins Donald and Karin Root Emily and Clara Ross Mr. and Mrs. John M. Rostas Jr. Sarah and Kent Rowe Ryan Hill Research Foundation Mr. Rob Sands and Ms. Justine Avery Sands Schoenfeld-Gardner Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Schoenfeld Seattle Nuclear Medicine Sepic Family Foundation Service League at Cherry Hill Campus Dr. Neil Siecke and Dr. Janet Trowbridge Dr. Michelle Sinnett and Mr. Michael Sinnett Skacel Collection, Inc. The Sloan Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Alex M. Smith Peter Snyder Sparling, Inc. Susan and Daniel Steinborn Mr. and Mrs. Chris W. Strand Mr. Donald R. Theophilus Dr. and Mrs. J. Samuel Tolman Mr. and Mrs. John S. Top Towers Watson Sara and Scott Trethewey Mrs. Marilyn Trimm Tumor Institute Radiation Oncology Group LLP Ned and Joyce Turner United Healthcare University Mechanical Contractors, Inc US Bank Dr. and Mrs. John H. Vassall II Verdant Health Commission Jean Baur Viereck Dr. and Mrs. Jeffery C. Ward Ral West and John Hardwick Joseph and Sherry White

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Wilderness Place Lodge Peggy and Bob Wilkerson Willis of Seattle, Inc.

Summit Club Contributors $2,500 – $4,999 Anonymous (3) Nancy and Craig Abramson Allison & Ross Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Altaras Dr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Anderson Mr. Robert A. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Arildson Ricardo and Sharon Arroyo Lee and Erica Ash Ms. Laurie B. Ashton Dr. Nancy Auer and Randal Houtz Heidi Aylsworth Dr. Daniel A. Bailes Bank of America Donald and Maxine Barnard Dr. and Mrs. Todd A. Barnett Barrx Medical, Inc Baxter Healthcare Corporation Ben Bridge Jeweler Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bensussen Dr. and Mrs. Paul C. Benz Mr. Michael Bernstein Mr. and Mrs. Brent Binge Dr. Ivar W.* and Mrs. Joanne Birkeland B-K Medical Systems David Black The Boeing Company Jack and Carol Briggs Drs. David & Virginia Broudy Dr. and Mrs. Michael L. Brown Dr. and Mrs. David A. Bruck Dr. Anne M. Bucci Joe and Mary Bundrant James M. Burkman, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Butler Cadence Pharmaceuticals Ms. Linda Carrol Dr. Andrew T. Chang Chateau Ste. Michelle Vineyards & Winery Dr. Janet K. Chen Ms. Amy Q. Chinn Ms. Jean L. Christ Dr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Chung Citi Barry and Kim Collier CollinsWoerman Jef and Shelby Conklin Dr. Mark A. Cordes Dr. Jennifer P. Coursen Mr. Peter Crane and Ms. Jody Gebbers Dr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Crisera Dr. Steven D. Crooks Dr. Mark S. Cullen Julie and Todd Czartoski, M.D. Daiichi Sankho Lilly Grant Office Dr. Aditya Dash Tyler and Henriette Davidson Diane and Peter Demopulos, M.D. Rick and Polly Dodd Dr. Michael Doherty and Susan Foley Donovan Photographics, Inc Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Doran Maggie and Bill Dorsey Jim and Mary Dunnam Mr. Blake Eagle Lindsey and Carolyn Echelbarger Dr. and Mrs. Albert B. Einstein Jr. eln Communications Inc Endo Pharmaceuticals Ms. Katherine R. Enright Dr. Miklavz K. Erjavec Estate of Susan W. Dearborn Gloria and John Evans f5 Networks Anthony Fan, M.D. Ms. Folashade Fashokun and Mr. Olusola Aluko Dr. Mehmet Fer and Demet Kitis First Data Merchant Services David and Dorothy Fluke Audrey and Barry Friedman Dr. Mark P. Fritz Gretchen Dupre’ Galgon and Mike Galgon Dr. Kunal Gangopadhyay

Dr. Sarah M. Garber Dr. Lisa M. Garbrick Dr. Benjamin J. Geiman Dr. and Mrs. Mark E. Gibson Janice and Eric Gierke, M.D. Gilead Sciences Inc. Dr. Kathleen S. Goetz Thomas and Ann Gores Shannon and Greg Gottesman Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. Grinzel Dr. Katherine L. Haeck Dr. Hannsjoerg Hasche-Kluender Mr. and Mrs. Jake Haunty Steven Haywood Dr. Carl H. Heath Petunia Foundation & Elizabeth J. Hebert Julian and Danica Hedin Dr. Lori Heller and Mr. Keith Wintraub Mr. Chris Herbig Drs. Lee Hickok and Sharon Loomis Dr. and Mrs. Timothy T. Higgins Dr. Matthew W. Hill Ms. Ruth Hill Ward and Cristin Hinger Peggy Hitchcock Linda Hodges Gallery, Linda Hodges Holy Family Parish School Mr. Stack’s 3rd grade class Ms. Susun L. Hosford Mr. and Mrs. Laurence E. Humphreys Trish Iboshi Dr. David Inadomi and Dr. Carol Cornejo J. Rankin Jewelers J.E. Dunn Construction Company Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Jackson Dr. Stephen M. Jacobs Don James Dr. Raymond F. Jarris Jr. Estate of Irena Jewdoschenko Gwen and Stephen Johnson Dr. Craig J. Johnston Annika and Bradley P. Karr, M.D. Drs. Scott and Sharon Kelly Drs. Stephen Knaup and Dr. Patricia Rothwell Dr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Kogut Barbara and John Koster, M.D. KPMG LLP Dr. and Mrs. Alexander W. Krembs Dr. Susan Kupferman and Mr. Michael Raskin Dr. Ritchie A. Larson John and Cookie Laughlin Dr. and Mrs. David S. Lavitt Dr. Sean S. Lawler Nina Le Dr. Betty T. Lee Dr. Edmond S. Lee Dr. Jennifer E. Lee Leonetti Cellar Dr. Janice C. Lew Don and Carla Lewis Rayburn Lewis, M.D. and Elizabeth Upton, A.R.N.P. Dr. James R. Lieberman LifeCell Corp. Drs. Marilyn and William Likosky Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lindal Lex Lindsey and Lynn Manley Dr. Anthony Lo and Dr. Susan Scanlan Dr. and Mrs. V. Maxim Lucero Luly Yang Couture Dr. and Mrs. David A. Luthy Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Luvera Jr. Bob Mahler and Joanie Warner Dr. and Mrs. Sundeep Malik Daren and Caroline Mancini Randy Mann and Family Dr. Kelvin Mar and Dr. Michelle Benoit Dr. Sheryl M. Marks Dr. Jonathan S. Maron Dr. Greg Marsh Mr. and Mrs. Dan Maus Nicholas and Marisa McFarland Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. McGill MedImpact Healthcare Systems, Inc. Dr. Michael Melvin and Ms. Cynthia Erler Ms. Harriet Mendels Weiss Pamela and Robert Miller Dr. and Mrs. William S. Mondzac

Dr. Douglas P. Morgan Mr. Russell Morgan and Mrs. Raven Morgan Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Global Impact Funding Trust, Inc Dr. Peter F. Mueting-Nelsen Naviscan, Inc. Dr. William W. Nichols Ms. Brandy Nordstrom Sandra Norris and Dr. Thomas Norris Dr. and Mrs. Dodi Nov Mr. and Mrs. John Nowogroski Dr. Chris C. Nunn Outdoor Research Dr. Wendy Pabich Ms. Pamela C. Palagi George E. Park Dr. Paul C. Park Ms. Camille Patha Dr. Greg E. Paul Dr. J. Greg Perkins Ricardo Persegani Drs. Rebecca and John L. Petersen II Dr. and Mrs. Donald G. Peterson Pike Place Flowers PIMA Medical Institute Dr. and Mrs. Michael S. Podell Dr. Jason C. Pollard Dr. Charles V. Puls Katherine Purcell Mr. and Mrs. Leigh W. Rabel Dr. Babu Rajendran and Ms. Jeannette Idiart William, Nina, Colby, and Zachary Ramsey Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Ratzlaff Regence BlueShield Mr. and Mrs. John Riley Mr. Thomas Robertson and Mrs. Marcelle O’Connell Dr. Timothy M. Roddy Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Rosen Jr. Judy A. Soferman and Marc S. Rosenshein, M.D. Dr. Sebastian U. Ruehlmann Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Sabey Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Salinsky Dr. Jaime Sanchez Dr. and Mrs. George A. Sarantinos Dave Scalzo Securitas Security Services Sequoyah Electric, LLC Leland Shepardson Dr. and Mrs. Grant I. Shibuya Dr. and Mrs. Martin Siegel Mrs. Susan I. Silberman Mr. and Mrs. Bryan J. Smith Charles E. Smith Pat and Sylvia Smith Mr. and Mrs. John A. Snyder Dr. Richard W. Solazzi SonoSite Inc. Sound Women’s Care PS Manuela M. Sousa, M.D. S-Sixteen Limited Partnership Stickney Research Dr. Miriam Stone Dr. and Mrs. David M. Stout Cindy and Robert Strauss Dr. Marta A. Strutynska-Longawa SurgiQuest Matt and Kristine Sweeney Mr. and Mrs. Gary Swofford Marilyn and Marion Szczepaniak Dr. and Mrs. Brent H. Taylor John and Mary Thompson Tiffany & Co. Triage Consulting Group Dr. Bradley J. Tupper Dr. Manninderdip S. Uppal VanHouten Photography W Seattle Erika and Alex Washburn Washington Trust Bank Colin Watson and Janee Pennington-Watson Mary Weiss, M.D. and Tom Linde Dr. and Mrs. Darryl S. Wells Wenatchee Valley Medical Center Westlake Associates, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Wexler Harold Whitaker Dr. Deborah M. Williams

John and Mary Wilson Foundation Gerda Wirz Dr. and Mrs. Robin V. Woodland Dr. Ian H. Wright Reza and Mojdeh Yasseri Dr. Sang P. Yi Carl Zapora and Cheryl Foster Dr. Arthur Zilberstein

Summit Club Members $1,500 – $2,499 Anonymous (5) The 5th Avenue Theatre Advanced Health Media James and Margaret Allison Andersen Construction Company Animal Hospital of Maple Valley, Inc. Aon Hewitt Drs. Christopher Appleton and Marcia Ko Mr. Lawrence Asher and Ms. Marcia Dare Mr. and Mrs. Warren K. Ashton Kristen Austin, M.D. and Mark Kuiper Alan and Terry Axelrod Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Bain Darlene Barr, M.D. Barrier Motors Inc. Troy and Maureen Batterberry Baxter David and Barbara Beatty Dr. Robert K. Bechtel Dr. James L. Benthuysen Dr. Jeremy S. Berman Dr. Richard Billingham and Ms. Judith Folks Bishop Fleet Foundation Mr. Greg N. Bloom Maralyn and Jack Blume Dr. and Mrs. Alan C. Boudousquie David and Lynn Boyd Dr. and Mrs. John J. Brandabur Herbert M. Bridge and Edie Hilliard Colleen and Matt Bromen Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Buckner Drs. Claire L. Buchanan and Paul J. Rasmussen Clint and Jodi Burwell Dr. John and Mrs. Brenda Bush C.R. Bard Inc. Debra and Bruce Cady CAE Healthcare Drs. Michael Kimmey and Cynthia Campbell Thomas and Sonya Campion Canlis Restaurant John and Beverly Carey Mr. and Mrs. Irving Carlin Ms. Namchee Chan and Ms. Suzanne Arlt Howard and Judy Chermak Mr. and Mrs. Eric Chow Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Christensen Mr. and Mrs. William J. Clancy Paul and Carolyn Clark Ronald and Michelle Clyborne Dr. and Mrs. Clark S. Coler Columbia Hospitality Don and Karen Crowe Cumberland Pharma Sales Corp. Dr. and Mrs. Charles P. Daly Dr. and Mrs. Per E. Danielsson Davis Wright Tremaine LLP Patricia L. Dawson, M.D. Ph.D. and Donna H. Kerr Definitive Audio DeLille Cellars Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Constance DelMissier Mr. Robert Devine and Ms. Karen Edgerton Mr. John S. Diefendorf Jr. Nora Disis, M.D. and Gregory Dunn Lindsey and Thomas Dittmer Dr. and Mrs. Gary Dodobara Janette and Dick Dolmseth Dr. and Mrs. David E. Dong Barry and Jen Dougan Ms. Mary K Dowell Bassim Dowidar, M.D. Mr. Brian Duchin Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Dupar Sr. Jane Eagle and Donald Cable

Electric Cattle Productions Evergreen Professional Recoveries, Inc. Lisa and Warren Fein, M.D. Ms. Teri Fischer and Mr. William Shook Dr. Kari D. Fitzsimmons Tommer Peterson and Elizabeth Flett Steve and Amy Forbis Foundation of the Rotary Club of Issaquah Mr. and Mrs. Phillip F. Frink Jr. Dr. Ross Frohn Pamela Gallagher Felt Mrs. Natalie Gendler GLY Construction, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Gary E. Goodman Donald G. Graham Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Granston Ms. Gloria J. Grant Dr. and Mrs. Eric D. Grassman, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Josef E. Gray Dr. Martin Greene and Toby Saks Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Grundy Dennis and Traci Guhlke Mary and Aaron Hackett Ms. Lucy J. Hadac Jerry Hahn Dr. and Mrs. John T. Halsell Dr. and Mrs. William P. Hammond Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hansberry Dr. Stephen E. Hardy Mrs. Betty K. Harris Healthcare Realty Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hellrigel Hermanson Company Ms. Gaynor Hills and Mr. Gregory Fleming Greg and Joelle Hoff Rod and Toni Hoffman Peter Hogenson Mr. and Mrs. Craig Hopkins Patricia and Larry Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. Mark Howell Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Howell Mr. Spencer Hurst ING Financial Partners IOD Incorporated Mr. Alan Jarvimaki Jennifer Jaucian, M.D. Dr. Jill Jelacic Candace and Dean Johnson Ms. Elaine H. Johnson Barrett and Casey Johnston Eileen M. Johnston, M.D. Karen Jones, M.D. Tim and Kristi Jones Lily Jung Henson, M.D. and John W. Henson IV, M.D. Justlin Medical, Inc. Alexander Kallas and Robin Kallas, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Henry G. Kaplan Laura W. Kates, M.D. and David Camenisch Keller Rohrback, L.L.P Dr. Mary Kelly and Tom Kelly Rebecca and Kji Kelly Barbara and Jim Kenney Lynn and Timothy Kepl Dr. Kyung Ju Kim Mr. Doug Klappenbach Calvin and Maureen Knight Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Kotkins, Jr. KPFF Los Angeles Structural Office Jay Kreissl and Maureen Kearney Ms. June K. Kubo Jon and Conny Kuzma Laird Norton Tyee Katerie Laughlin Andrew and Donna Lee Mr. and Mrs. Todd R. Lee Jeffrey Lehl Joan and Jim Lehl Dr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Leininger LeRoss Family Foundation Dafna Levanon LifeCenter Northwest Loomis Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Rod Looney Dr. and Mrs. Richard H. Lootens Elicia and Jeremy Lott Shannan and Brian Louie, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Lowinger Cory Mackie and Tim O’Brien

Madison Skin and Laser Center The Mail Advertising Bureau Inc. Dr. Daniel Markowitz and Ms. Deborah Sopher Ron and Lori Marquardt Mr. Emmet Marshall and Ms. Kelly Cornell Dr. and Mrs. Ryan J. Martinez Tom and Carolee Mathers Matt and Susan Maury Apex Foundation, Bruce and Jolene McCaw Janet McNae Paul and Darlene McTaggart Robert Meany and Karen Woodward Mary Meteyer Metropolitan Grill Dr. Carolyn Miller Mr. and Mrs. John F. Miller Jr. Dr. Kyung Eun Min Stan Minor Ms. Colleen A. Morgan Morley Hitchcock Family Fund Stephen and Elizabeth Morris Charitable Trust Charles and Alexandra Morse M.A. Mortenson Company Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Mueller Myriad Genetic Laboratories Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nathane Ms. Carol R. Nelson Danh Ngo Dr. Scott Norquist NW Face NW Women’s Health Care Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Oberto Mr. and Mrs. Mike O’Brien Carroll B. Olson, M.D. and Daniel R. Olson Julie and Gary E. Oppenheim, M.D. Out of the Blue Productions, Inc Overlake Obstetricians and Gynecologists, PC Pacific Northwest Ballet Pacific Northwest Gastroenterology Society Pacific Vascular Incorporated Dr. Bettina Paek and Mr. Rob Paek Bob and Annette Parks Dr. Raphael and Lisa Pascualy Curtis and Amy Peck Pepsi Beverages Company Marcia Peterson Paul Pham Janet Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Pigott Mrs. Jutta Plummer Point B, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Polzin Porcelain Gallery RAD Technology Medical Systems, LLC Penny Rand Mr. Scott B. Redman Dale P. Reisner, M.D. Resource Corporation of America Mr. and Mrs. Curtis C. Reusser Ricoh Healthcare Dr. Jurgen Rieger Kristine Rinn, M.D. and Steve Rinn Stuart and Lee Rolfe Mr. and Mrs. Bradley H. Root Peter and Julie Rose Mr. and Mrs. Alan S. Ross Rural/Metro Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Schaffer Ms. Mary Anne Schefe Stanley R. and Frances Roth Schill Foundation Dr. Yuko Schmitt and Mr. Michael Schmitt Kris and Mike Schroeder Ms. Jennifer Scully Seattle Genetics, LLC David Selander, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Self Dr. Benjamin Seo Richard and Patricia* Settle Dr. Michael C. Shannon Dr. and Mrs. Floyd A. Short Sierra Promotion Group Ms. Madeleine Y. Simard Sisters of Providence

Mr. David G. Smith Mr. Dennis Smith Antonio Sponza Karen and William Steele Dr. John E. Stewart* Mr. Peter G. Stewart Dr. Jeffrey Stolz and Timothy O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. John W. Stroh Jr. Mr. John Galbraith and Ms. Nancy Stumvoll Swedish Medical Center - Ballard Victoria and Allen Symington Takeda Pharmaceuticals U.S.A., Inc. Nancy and Steve Tate The Summit Group of Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Terrance R. Thomas Nancy Bafus Thompson Nancy and Stephen Thompson Tyler and Amy Tonkin John H. Tschirhart, M.D. and Karen Wang, M.D. Todd and Kristine Tucker UniSea Inc. Urology Northwest PS UW Medicine Gynecologic Oncology Specialists Jorge and Kristen Valladares Mr. Doug Vanden Bosh Terry and Lara Vehrs Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Vincent Ms. Glenda Voller Dr. and Mrs. Cornelius I. Voth Mr. Tom Keane and Dr. Lara Wagner Dr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Wagner Washington Dental Service Mr. and Mrs. G. Greeley Wells Suzanne and Jeffrey Westcott, M.D. Dr. Susan Wetstone Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Wieringa Mr. Peter Wilkins J. Bruce Williams, M.D. Mr. Bruce Greek and Ms. Janin Wilson Mrs. Mary K. Wilson The Wolff-Gee Family Nancy Wood and Brian Hoffman Mr. William Wurts Polly and David Wyman Mr. and Mrs. James R. Yates Mr. and Mrs. David Youssefnia

$1,000 – $1,499 Anonymous (6) Mr. and Mrs. Warren R. Aakervik Mr. and Mrs. Joey Abramson Accuray Worldwide Headquarters Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Albert Alex McMillan Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Ake Almgren Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Arensberg Greg Armfield Angie Ashe Asset Management Strategies Inc. Mr. Larry W. Atkinson Ashraf and Souzy Awad Lois Barner Ms. Barbara A. Barton Mike and Linda Bashaw Jill and Craig Beilinson Rebecca Benaroya Ms. Julie D. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Steve W. Berman Bin 41, LLC Mr. Joe Binz Ms. Laurie M. Black Linda Bletko Debbie and Cliff Blumenthal Matt and Amy BonDurant Dr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Bray Mr. Alec W. Brindle Dale Broughton Estate of Walter S. Brown, M.D. Mr. and Ms. Thomas Bykonen Cactus Restaurant Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Calhoun Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Call Ms. Elizabeth M. Campbell The Capital Grille Rob Caplan and Jennifer Teed Debra Carter and Matt Chambers Mike and Mona Carter

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Drs. Greg and Darlene Chan Brett and Angie Chatalas Ms. Joyce Y. Chui Comstock Jewelers Mr. and Mrs. Keith Conti Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Cooper Dr. Elizabeth Cotter Mr. Mark Craemer and Ms. Dena Johnson Craftworks Foundation Mr. Reginald Crawford Ms. Mechelle Bush and Ms. Lynn Crowley

Forest Pharmaceuticals Inc. Tony Formo Tere and Stan Foster Carrie Francey Mr. Stephen Franke Dr. Eleanor Friele and Mr. Robert Friele John and Ruth Fulton General Assemby LTD Gerk’s Ski and Cycle Katharyn A. Gerlich Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Gladstein Ms. Barbara B. Goesling Mark Goines

Hugh and Theresa LaBossier Ms. Judith C. Lanou Ms. Cheryl Lanzinger Michael and Barbara Larson Steve and Shawna Laxson Patty and Jonathan Lazarus Lyn and Doug Lee Lee Smart, P.S., Inc. Ronald Leibsohn Mrs. Phyllis Leventhal Drs. Karen Bohmke and Robert Levine Mrs. Donald R. Lindsey Mr. Eric Liu and Ms. Jena Cane

Dr. Linnea Peterson Plain Family Foundation Ms. Julie Prince Red Petal Cakes Robert B. Redd Dr. Dagmar Rehse Steve and Linda Reichenbach Mrs. Sally Reiquam Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Renouard Dr. and Mrs. William S. Roberts Andrea Millikan and Chris Robinson Mr. Robert L. Roblee Ann Rockwell

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John and Lacey Curley Mr. and Mrs. Scott Cutler CWLC Consulting Company Deng Company Mrs. Janina Dale Dr. Katya Dass-Hillard Robert and Frances Davidson Mrs. Roxanne Davis Dr. and Mrs. Eric J. Demers Erin Dickerson Division 9 Flooring Elena Donio Ms. Susan D. Draper Dr. Charles Drescher and Ms. Robin Foster-Drescher Mr. and Mrs. William Duff Dunham Cellars David and Susan Earling Dr. Katherine Eastwood Eggs and Ovaries Epoch Enterprises Mr. Bruce Erickson and Mr. Clifford R. Duggan III Mr. Donald Etsekson Dr. Alex Farivar Julie Farris Jay Fathi, M.D. and Joelle P. Thirsk-Fathi, R.N., M.S.N., A.R.N.P. Steven and Elizabeth Fell Bob and Shirley Ferguson Ms. Cora L. Fields Mr. Thomas Fish Mr. and Mrs. Craig H. Fisher Leslyn and Michael Fitch FIVE Restaurant and Bistro Dr. and Mrs. Michael G. Florence

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A trio of beautifully-costumed ballerinas in pink, green and purple dance across a recent drawing by Adela, age 6. The freckled brunette is a prolific artist, and her twin brother, Aiden, is a football buff. He can give you a detailed commentary of the most recent Super Bowl — just ask. In December 2006, Aiden and Adela were born at 34 weeks, and their natural eating instinct had not yet developed. After spending two days in the Swedish Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, the twins spent three weeks in the Special Care Nursery, learning how to eat and to regulate their own body temperatures. Michael and Maureen Rimkus are the proud parents of this gregarious duo, and feel grateful for the care they received at Swedish during the months before and after their special deliveries. “The nurses were amazing,” Maureen shares. “They gave us the confidence we needed to take the twins home and care for them ourselves.” The Rimkus family recently made a donation to Swedish in appreciation of their care, and inscribed leaves for each of the twins on the Family Tree. “We are part of the Swedish family now, and it is special for us to see our name on the Family Tree. We thank all of our caregivers, because they helped us to get our new family off to a healthy start.” To add a leaf to our Family Tree for your loved one, call (206) 386-2738 or visit www.swedishfoundation.org/swedish-family-tree.

Mr. and Mrs. Brett D. Goldfarb Mr. Dave Griner Helen Gurvich Shelly and Lewis Guterson Mr. Kenneth A. Hamm Susan Hanley Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Hanson Ms. Lisa A. Harstedt Heavy Restaurant Group Natalie Henderson Mrs. and Mr. Mary Ann Herpick Ms. Kathleen Higgins and Mr. Patrick Jenny Ann and Jon Hooper Susan E. Hoppe Dr. and Mrs. Marc D. Horton Ms. Susan E. Hovis Harold Huston Ms. Dinah Hutchinson Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Hutchinson Garrett and Rachel Hyman InVentiv Health Iron Bridge Tools Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Jeffers Mr. Clark A. Johnson Johnson Controls Inc. Deborah and Gene Juarez Doug and Anne Julien Todd and Sue Junker Dr. Philip and Varda Juno Mr. Steve Juno Daniel Kammerer Steve and Mary Kastenholz Dr. and Mrs. Carleton A. Keck Jr. Nancy Keder Jon Kirwin Krieg Construction Inc

Mr. and Mrs. David Lober Susan McGee-Lowdermilk and Mark Lowdermilk, M.D. Lynn and Robert Lucurell Sue Lundsten Mr. Richard W. Mathes Matrex Exhibits Mr. and Mrs. Irvin F. Matson Faynes and Stephen McCaffray Mrs. Betty J. McConkey Michael and Neal McMahan Robin and Craig Medin Stephanie and Yusuf Mehdi Metropolitan Pediatrics Jacqueline L. Miller Shizuka Miyano Montage Laguna Beach Joseph Montesano David and Tami Mooers Dr. John Morton Mr. and Mrs. Jason Moss Emily and Craig Motlong Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mount Mr. and Mrs. Tracy C. Neighbors Marilyn and Joel Nemerever David and Denise Nichols Mr. and Mrs. Clayton W. Nielsen Mrs. Karen Norsworthy North Bay Gallery Norton Corrosion Eric and Lindsay Olson Julie and Scott Pearson Perkins Cole Trust Company Steven and Karen Perrenot Peter Pan Seafoods Inc Mr. Jack R. Petersen

Catherine Rogers, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Nat S. Rogers Mrs. Kathy Rolfs Todd and Donna Rosenberg Foundation Jerry E. Rosenthal Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Ryan Dr. and Mrs. John T. Sack Charles Salmon and Ginger Robertson Bill Sample Ms. Norma Sands Mr. Louie Sanft Lynn Sarko Dr. and Mrs. Richard W. Satre Mr. and Mrs. William H. Schatz Drew B. Schembre, M.D. George and Lauren Schuchart Ty and Jenny Schultz Lindsey and Molly Schwartz Seattle Mariners Ms. Andrea Selig Dr. Jehuda Sepkuty and Tirza Sepkuty-Tal Dr. and Mrs. Steven M. Shaw Kathleen D. Sirianni Ms. Sheryl Sirotnik Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Vinton H. Sommerville Mrs. Julie Speidel SST Tanning Group, LLC Professor T. Daniel P. Stack State of Washington Stuart and Kathryn Steadman Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Strauss Mr. Richard E. Stroble Martina Y. Chang Su Susan Sullivan

Swedish Cancer Institute Breast Surgical Providers Steve and Nancy Tate Mr. John Thai The Fearey Group, Inc. The Resort at Port Ludlow Barbara and David Thomas Ms. Barbara Placek and Mr. John Thomas Darcy Thompson and Darrell Howe Mrs. Jere I. Thornton Charles and Gayle Thuot Trident Seafoods Corporation Kenneth Valach Dr. and Mrs. Dan S. Veljovich VHA Dr. Arpan Waghray Mr. Tom Walsh Dina Wampold Friends of Swedish Medical Center Dr. and Mrs. Richard F. Wear Mr. and Mrs. George Wearn Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Sean and Kimberly Wells Aaron and Christi Werner James L. and Roberta S. Weymouth Ms. Phoenix W. Wheeler Roy Whitehead Mark and Mina Whitmore Wyman Youth Trust Mrs. Lacey Yantis Zimmer Spine Zumiez Foundation

$500 – $999 Anonymous (13) Mr. Alejandro Acero Ginger Ackerley Bill Adamucci Ms. Patricia Agostino Dr. Carla Ainsworth and Mark Ainsworth Jason and Katie Albert Albert Lee Appliance Alderbrook Resort and Spa Dr. Lon Alexander Bob Allen Mrs. Patricia Allendoerfer Ms. Karen J. Allvin Ms. Tammy L. Alsos Mrs. Nancy D. Alvord Travis Ames Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Eric Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert W. Anderson Justin and Maggie Angle Michael Ang-Lee, M.D. Marie K. Arnone Ryan Asdourian Mr. and Mrs. Don P. Badgley Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Bagnall Bill and Laura Bailey Swedish Medical Center Auxiliary/ Ballard Ms. Holly Barlow Jacqueline and Wayne Barnett Ms. Renee Bassetti Dr. Amir Bastawrous Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Beales Mr. and Mrs. Jay Behar Jessie and Gerald Beltran Maureen and Joel Benoliel Dwayne M. Berg Steven Bernsen Mr. Harry C. Berryman Janet Bingham Janice L. Bishop, M.D. Kim Bishop Ms. Jayne A. Blackburn Tanya Blair Riebeling Trond and Debbie Bodal Ms. Paula Boggs Lori Bohn Madelaine and Donald* Boothby Lawrence and Nancy Boris Lois Boyd Cynthia M. Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Mike E. Brandeberry Drs. Patricia Brand-Peters and Michael Peters Jeanne Branson

Mr. Lee Brei John and Dana Brekke Donald A. Brennan Ms. Anne Brindle Mr. Myron Brooks Kevin Brown and Jenny Redo Deborah Buccola Dr. Andrew J. Burich Ms. Virginia L. Burnett Mrs. Laurie A. Burns Ms. Carolyn J. Burrows Ms. Karen M. Campbell Caremark RX Inc Eileen J. Carney and Arnold E. Seppi Mr. Stewart D. Carr Allan Carscaddon and Eleanor Bradley Sara Carter Mrs. Marni C. Casanova Clete and Bronwen Casper Mr. and Mrs. Jim Castanes Melissa-Ann Cate Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Carver Celebrate Swedish Committee Chris Cella Winston and Peggy Chamberlain Ms. Kelly M. Chapel Dr. LuAnn L. Chen George Cherian Atsuko J. Chitose Benjamin Chiu Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Christenson Jeannine Christofilis Daniel F. Ciucci Jennifer and Hays Clark Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel W. Clark Ms. Sandra Clover-Dixon and Mr. John Dixon Mr. Thomas Cobb C’ODA Designers+Builders, LLC Mark and Alison Cole Cole Gallery Betty and Mike Collins Columbia Resource Group, LLC R. Timothy Columbus Rod and Rhonda Cone Kevin and Kristin Conklin Ms. Jill S. Conner Neil Connon Scott and Lynda Corcorran Ms. Marilyn Corets and Mr. Adam Mihlstin Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Colette Courtion Crowne Plaza Hotel Mr. and Mrs. James P. Crutcher Thomas E. Cullen Mr. Trevor J. Culley Dr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Cullison III Joel and Amy Cunningham Margaret Curtin and Jim Wilder John P. Danell Sarah Dauphinais Mr. and Mrs. Steve Davis Dr. Juan C. de la Ossa Delaney Dechant Shara and Scott Di Valerio Ms. Stacey L. Dickinson Marilyn D. Dillard David and Shannon DiLorenzo Ms. Betsy A. Dodds Mrs. Carol C. Douglas Mrs. Teresa Douglas Dr. and Mrs. Richard H. Driscoll Jr. Thomas and Esther Drouin Jorg Dubin Mr. John Dyer and Ms. Leigh Langlois Malcolm and Margaret East Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Eberts Martin and Tammy Eckart Dr. and Mrs. Clifford J. Eckman Bruce Erhart, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ericksen eScan Data Systems, Inc. Jack Evans Dr. Erin Failor Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fass Mrs. Patricia P. Fearey Michael Fialkow and Carolyn Gardella Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Mr. Daniel Finch Lisa Finch and Joel Sayre

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney M. Fisher Dave and Melody Fitzgerald Dr. John T. Fitzharris Chris and Nancy Fleck Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Flowers Hank and Tami Floyd Kerm Foltz Dr. and Mrs. Frank Fox, Ph.D. Secil Franke Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Ms. Karen Freeman Anne Freitas Christy Gagnier Mr. and Mrs. Andrew T. Gall Chad Gardner Gary Manuel Salon Mr. and Mrs. Tim Gaskill Dan Gatien Bert and Judy Geiger Mr. Michael F. Geiger Wayne Geiger-Katon Joan Sullivan Genthe Ira and Courtney Gerlich Mr. and Mrs. David Gladish Dr. Laura Gladstone and Mr. Brett Larkins Gary and Vicki Glant Dr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Gleason Ms. Suzan W. Glueck Dr. and Mrs. Philip J. Gold Jack Goldberg Ms. Sharon S. Goldberg Mr. Jack J. Goldstein Khody Golshan Ms. Joan Goodwin Sara and Jed Gorden, M.D. Bill and Jill Gormley Slade and Sally Gorton John Gossman and Jacki Roberts Tara and Dan Graham Mr. and Mrs. Carl Granquist Joel and Holly Gray Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Green III Dr. Marianne C. Greenbaum Mr. Brian Grimm Paul Gross Grousemont Foundation Dan Guerra Mr. Michael E. Guy Dr. Ryder Gwinn and Eileen Gwinn Mr. Marc Hagan and Ms. Debbie Salzman Mrs. Lyndy L. Hagerman Paula S. Hallam, M.D. Mr. Robert Hamatani Mrs. Dawn Hardley Linda and Bill Hardwick Paul and Debby Hartnell Debra Thompson Harvey Ms. Lisa Haug Carole Heath Brad Helms Aaron and Christina Hendelman Ralph and Gail Hendrickson Steven Henn Dan M. Hennessee Gary and Lynn Herbers Mr. and Mrs. David E. Hiatt Mr. Robert W. Hill Scott and Christy Hill Mr. Robert Hinck and Ms. Susan Kostick Linda Hipps and Stephen Zieniewicz Drs. Melinda and Jack Hirsch Ms. Kathleen Hogan Orest and Natalie Holubec George and Patsy Holzapfel Ina Honarkhah Honest Tea Hope Spring Photography Ethel M. Hopkins Ms. Lindsay A. Hopkins Dr. and Mrs. Tom R. Hornsten Nancy Howard Marjorie Pat Howell Amanda and Zach Howes Jeff Huard Mrs. Anna M. Huffman Dr. Ben M. Hunt Ms. Susan Huot Sally P. Hurst Afifa Hussein Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hutchison

Ms. Nancy L. Iannucci Susan Iboshi ICF Consulting Group, Inc. Inn at the Market David Irwin Christina Isacson Joyce Ismon Mr. and Mrs. Oso A. Jaculewicz Rick L. Jewett Joanne Shellan Fine Art Mrs. Ellen Johanson Candy Johns Cynthia and Stuart Johnson Monique and Eric Johnson Julie Johnston Julia’s Restaurants Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Jurich Jr. Rochele Kadish Karan Dannenberg Clothier Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Kastner Ms. Marcia B. Katica Dana Kaufman Mrs. Cindy A. Kearney Dr. Lynn Keenan Keesal Young & Logan Mr. and Mrs. James B. Keller Kelly and Hans Kemp Elaine and Herbert Kendall Kevin Kent Ms. Karen Kilian Robert Kilian Martin and Susan Kimsey Patrick Kimzey and Denis Tremblay KING 5 Television King County Finance and Business Operations Division Ms. Stephanie Kirby Dr. Gad B. Kletter Ms. Claire E. Klinker Chuck Kolb and Beth Hartwick Greg and Katie Komenda Ms. Carolyn Kopp KPFF Portland Civil + Survey Division KPFF Special Projects Division Jocelyn Krabbenschmidt Jacquelyn Krones David Kunkel Stephen Kutz Mr. Adrian Laigo Jennifer Ward Lamont Dr. Brian C. Lange Erin Laroya Dr. Anne M. Larson Laser MD John K. Laughlin Rebecca Laughlin Pierre and Eileen Lauzon Melisa Lea Ms. Leathart Peterson Blair and Georgia Leckie John and Elizabeth Leddy Chun S. Lee Mr. Victor L. Lee Mrs. Janielou Leng Les Faeries Vertes Mary Jo Leventhal Brian Levine Libby Lewis and Dave Traugott Dr. Dun Dorothy Li Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Li Tracie Lievense and Lisa Serna Dr. Sharon Lin Robert and Teresa Lindsay Dr. Margaret Linn and Mr. Anthony Catanzariti Jodi Lipon Mark Litt Family Donor Advised Fund of the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle Ms. Glenna Locke and Mr. Gary Kawahara Thomas Loeser and April Bauer Jack and Christine Loos Chad and Wendy Lorentz Jennifer Lowe Luke 12:48 Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Steven W. Lytle Jeff MacDuff Michael and Debra Mackay Mr. and Mrs. Gary Madson Mahlum Architects

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Greg and Sue Smith Hal Smith Milt and Meta Smith Mr. Orin C. Smith Ron and Victoria Smith Mr. and Mrs. Burnley Snyder The Sorrento Hotel Space Needle LLC Mr. and Mrs. Ric Spengler Alan Spiegelman Mrs. Nicole Stansfield Mr. Carl Stempin Mr. and Mrs. Michel P. Stern Mr. Gerard Sternesky Stewart Family Chiropractic Rod and Kim Stohler Andrew Stoloff Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stone Mr. and Mrs. Josh Stranahan Donna and John Strand Markus Strate and Julia Amaral Bryan Streit Paul Suffoletto Suncadia Resort & Prospector Golf Course Monica and John Suryan Susan H. Swindells Tablas Woodstone Taverna Tacoma Corvette Club Robert Tamkin Doug Taylor Mr. Dustin Taylor Teatro ZinZanni TEI Biosciences Mr. and Mrs. Brad Thoreson Mrs. Chris K. Thrash David Thyer and Jane Hedreen Dr. and Mrs. Andrew R. Ting Mr. Alex Toft Philip Tom Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Tompkins Mary Toupin James O. Travis Family Dr. Leslie Tregillus and Mr. Thomas Jones Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Tronolone Dan Tumia Deborah and Milton Turner Mr. and Mrs. Hank E. Turner Mrs. Cynthia Turrubiate University Village Shopping Center Mr. Edward Unkart Krystyna Untersteiner Paul L. Van Dusen Catherine Venable Dr. Tanya Wahl and Mr. Gordy Wahl Julie and Lou Wald Ms. Patty J. Walker Rick Walker Dr. and Mrs. Keith Y. Wang Mr. and Mrs. Jim Watson Ms. Judith Weber Liz Weber Mr. James D. Weimer Dr. Robert L. Weinsheimer Dr. Philip Welch and Ms. Linda Pastor John and Jennifer Wescott David and Sharon West Mr. and Mrs. David R. West Westin Hotels Margaret Wetherald and Len Barson M. Kay Whelan WhereURNow, LLC Mark R. White Ms. Jane Wiegenstein Dr. Christian Wilke Kenneth and Theresa Williams Amy Williams-Derry Ken and Molly Willner Peter Wilson Susy Wilson Jeff and Kara Wiper Lori Wise Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Wolff Gilbert H. Wong Mr. Sanford “Chip” Wood Theresa and Brian Wood Glen and Judith Works Mimi Worzel Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wynecoop Gary Young

$250 – $499 Anonymous (29) Andrew Ackerman Randy Adams Diane Addison Sue W. Albrecht Mr. Joseph Alexander III Rachelle Alkemade Mr. James Alkove Jon and Dea Allgood Dan Allwardt Amazon.com Inc Ms. Susan R. Ammerman Ms. Tamie Andersen Mrs. B.J. Anderson Brian Anderson Britt A. Anderson Bruce N. Anderson Dean Anderson James and Heather Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Keith W. Anderson Mona and Nikki Anderson Mrs. Nancy F. Anderson Stephen Anderson Ms. Vickie B. Andrews Anthony’s Restaurants Debbie Apitz Ms. Sandra M. Appleseth Kristie Archer Mr. Irv S. Arditty Argosy Cruises Robert and Traci Arron Ms. Carol A. Asahara Myriam Askar Kim Atwater Chris Atwell and Morgan Harper John and Carol Austenfeld Millie Awald Mr. James G. Azares-Burns Ben Baarspul James Bacus Peter and Martina Baer Theresa Baetzel Karen Baker Darin Ballew Nancy Ballew Steve and Cherie Ballew Lucia Baratta JoAnn Barbe Mr. James Barlow Mr. Christopher Barone Ryan Baros Ms. Susie T. Barrett Kirsten Barron Don and Lucille Barrows Mrs. Katie Barrows Mrs. Margaret E. Barrows Michael Bartzel Leslie and Allen Bauman Chris Bayer Beach House Greetings Ms. Debra Beauchamp Dr. Myrl Beck Dr. and Mrs. J. Brewster Bede Drs. Ann and Stephen Begert Mr. Mark Begin Bellevue Downtown Association Mr. Kenneth M. Bellgardt Drs. Peter and Kristi Benda Brad and Carla Berg Joe Berg Ken and Donna Bergmann Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Berquist Betts Patterson & Mines Chris and Jaime Blandford Joe Blaschka Jr Chris Blazevich Blooma Tree Experts L.L.C. Bill Bloomer Ms. Claire J. Boe Ms. Stephanie D. Boesch Mr. and Mrs. John Bolender Larry Bolhuis Jennifer Booth Madelaine Boothby Ms. Paula Bordenet Alan Borning Katharine Bostick Douglas Boushey Drs. Dewayne and Emily Bradley

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Rivkin Center Family & Friends Auction raises more than $1.1 million for ovarian cancer research The Marsha Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer Research held its 11th annual auction and celebration at the Bellevue Hyatt Regency. More than 500 guests attended and generously contributed $1.14 million in support of ovarian cancer research. Chaired by Katie Van Kessel, M.D. and Derek Loeser and led by a committee of volunteers, the event was also an opportunity to celebrate the Courage for Life Award and the Babs Fisher Valor Award recipients. The Courage for Life Award recognizes those who, in the face of ovarian cancer, demonstrate a profound passion for life, a generosity to others, and an important contribution to the efforts of the organization. The 2012 award went to survivor Karla Mooers, D.V.M. The Babs Fisher Valor Award recognizes those who provide outstanding leadership in increasing awareness of ovarian cancer, inspire philanthropic advocacy, and help to further the mission of the Rivkin Center. The 2012 award — the inaugural award — went in vk Ri d Event chairs an to Gloria and Eric Bensussen. eser and Lo rek De s ter or supp . .D M l, Proceeds from the Family & sse Ke n Katie Va Friends Auction benefit the Marsha Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer Research which advances research nationwide in areas of treatment, early detection and the prevention of ovarian cancer. The Rivkin Center also provides the Northwest’s only Ovarian Cancer Early Detection Screening Program for women at high risk for the disease.

Dr. and Mrs. Earl F. Ecklund Mark Edington Edmonds Community College Jack Edwards Candy and Kellen Eiler Ms. Joan L. Elvin McAree EMS Executive Board EMS Management LLC Mrs. Allison Enell Leslie Engel Bette and Len Ericksen Peggy and Randolph Erickson Mr. Steven P. Etier Dave Evans Gretchen and Ben Evans Bob Everitt Carolyn Ewel Fairmont Olympic Hotel Jerry and Nancy Falk Ms. Darlene M. Fanus Ms. Joni Farris Ms. Nancy A. Faulkner Matt Fechner Harold and Claire Fell Ballard Fetherston Gallery, Betsy Fetherston Mr. and Mrs. Tim G. Fielden Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Finkel Dr. and Mrs. John Robert Fitzgerald James Fitzpatrick Ms. Sarah Daniels and Mr. Rod Fleck Ed and Fran Fleming John Floren Timothy Fogarty Dr. Bill Folger Food Services of America Greg and Kelly Forebaugh Forsberg & Umlauf PS Ms. Lisa Foss Denise Foster Drs. Stephen Dager and Laurie Fouser Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Fox Mr. Robin B. Fox Jeff Frankel and Patty Corrigan Ms. Juila B. Franz Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Frayn Jr. Bob Free and Carolyn Corker-Free Mr. and Mrs. James L. Freer Mr. and Mrs. Lee Freiermuth Kate Fricke Sharon Friel Ms. Catherine L. Fugman Adelaide Fuhrer Galen Wilson Properties LLC Dr. and Mrs. Henry Gallagher Jr. Ms. and Mr. Debbie Gallinatti Garage Billiards and Bowl Ms. Annabaker Garber Ben Gardner Rochelle Gastaldi Ms. Elizabeth C. Gates Janice and Bob Gates Ryan Gaukroger Amber and Tim Gearhart Mr. Michael E. Gent Dan Gerler Lan Xuan Giang Kerrin M. Gibbons Mr. Joe Gifford Karen Gignac and Guy Vuckovic Tiffany Gilbert and Kendrick Efta Mr. and Ms. Findley Gillespie Demetri Ginosatis Charlie and Laurie Givens Ms. Robin Glass Kristi A. Glaze Jan Gleason Susan Gleason Marye Gleva Andrew and Amy Glover Jim Godsell Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gohl Mr. Marshall Goldberg Agnes Gomez Edgar Gonzalez Dr. John Goodman and Patricia Gordon Ms. Jennifer A. Goodwin Mr. Don Gorlick Ms. Gail M. Gosselin Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gough Tony Graham

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Members of “Tea m Todd” (left to rig ht): Haring,Todd Prop het, Harley Franco Mike Rice, Brett , Kevin Charlton.

“Team Todd” of Harley Marine Services raises funds for Kaplan Cancer Research Harley Marine Services, a leading provider of marine transportation services, successfully raised over $87,000 for the Kaplan Cancer Research Fund at their first annual Fall Invitational Golf and Dinner celebration in September 2012. The Seattle-based company hosted a golf tournament and dinner to commemorate their 25th anniversary of serving the maritime community, inviting their key customers, business partners, and employees. Throughout the day, guests had the opportunity to make donations to the Kaplan Cancer Research Fund at Swedish. Harley Marine’s CFO, Todd Prophet, is a patient of Hank Kaplan, M.D., and their community has rallied together to support Todd’s battle with lung cancer. The company refers to itself as “Team Todd,” and has shown its encouragement and support in multiple ways. For example, many employees wear yellow wrist bands around the office printed with the words, “TEAM TODD — FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT.” Harley Franco, Chairman and CEO of Harley Marine, says, “We all stand with Todd and his family and are here to provide them strength and hope.” The 2012 tournament and dinner, held at the Glendale Golf Club in Bellevue, Washington, attracted nearly 150 participants. At the event, over $29,000 was raised from guests, which was then matched not only with a corporate gift, but also with a personal gift from Harley Franco and his wife, Lela. Since the Francos also know others who have been touched by cancer, they chose to support the Kaplan Cancer Research Fund. Thanks to their leadership and organization of this event, “Team Todd” is helping further cancer research in Seattle. The Kaplan Cancer Research Fund focuses on advancing clinical trials and experimental therapies to ultimately improve treatment and care for people with cancer. “Philanthropy is essential to our research program, and we are honored that Harley Marine chose to support our work in this way,” says Dr. Kaplan. Harley Marine Services plans to host the 2013 Fall Invitational on August 26 at the Glendale Golf Club in Bellevue, and will again support the Kaplan Cancer Research Fund. Swedish is very grateful for their tremendous support.

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lee Mr. Heejin Lee Sharon Lee Mr. Yong Lee Ms. Trudy Leen Krystal Leetch Mr. and Mrs. Peter Leidig Jeff Leng Dr. Dorothy C. Lennard Frank and Randi Leonetti Dr. and Mrs. B. Richard Levinthal Ms. Sandy Lew-Hailer Dr. Arthur Lewis Dan Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Lewis Glenn M. Light Destiny Linayao Diane Lindberg-Nigh and Kris Nigh Ms. Molly K. Linden Skyler Lindsley, M.D. Rachael Lingerfelt Julie and Dan Little Darran and Janet Littlefield Ms. Teresa M. Lockridge Wilfrid and Patricia Loeken Linda and Sumpter Logan Lotus by Shiva Ms. Cynthia L. Love Peter Lowes Keith Luther Elizabeth MacKenzie Daria and Juan Maldonado Mrs. Evelyn Marlow James Marlow Guy Marmorat Mr. and Mrs. James K. Marshall Maxine Martin Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Marty Jim Masson Amit and Bhavana Mathur Matteo Ricci - Seattle Prep Parent-Faculty Association Donna Matuizek Mr. Richard Maturi Michael Maxin Dr. Angeli S. Mayadev Mayflower Park Hotel Leslie R. McCain Ms. Linda J. McCargar Bill McFarland Ms. Katherine M. McFarland Joe McIalwain Kevin McKibben Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McKinstry Mr. David McLauchlan Dr. Dorcas A. McLennan Shannon McMillan Marie McNabb Kelly McNelis Drs. Vivek Mehta and Sonya Mehta Ms. Joan Merrill Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meston Christopher Meyers Mr. and Mrs. Joel Mezistrano Mr. Will Miceli Tracy Miele Gohl Ms. Tamara Milandin Ms. Rachelle M. Mileur Mill Creek Country Club Dr. Craig Millard Mr. Arnold I. Miller Elizabeth J. Miller Kenneth Milne Judy Milton Mr. Curt Miner and Ms. Jennifer Lones Dr. Carol Mitchell-Springer Modele’s Inc George and Marion Mohler Ms. Sonja Montgomery and Ms. Margaret Kearney Mrs. Barbara Mooers Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Moore Elizabeth and Eugene Morel Chase Morgan Ms. Margery E. Morrell Trevor and Diane Morris Mr. Karl Mosch Ashley Moser Bill Mosher Janeen Mount Mr. and Mrs. Lance Mueller

Dr. and Mrs. Marr P. Mullen Dr. Joy Mumford Lisa Munko Mr. Paul Myoung Karen Naggar Tony and Beth Naughton Tom Neilson Ms. Donna L. Nelson Robert and Claudia Nelson Mrs. Everliza Nesland Ms. Linda Ness Mrs. Melissa Neumann Gary and Georgia Newbury Patricia Newcomb-Gayman and Vincent Gayman Brandon Nicholson Kimberly and Joshua Nicholson James Nida and Annelliott Willis Ms. Kris J. Nilsson Dr. and Mrs. Charles M. Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Eric D. Nolte Sheila B. Noonan Shelley Nordlund Northwest Dermatology & Skin Cancer Clinic Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation Gregg Novotny Mr. and Mrs. Hossein Nowbar Nuckols-Keefe Family Foundation Jasen Nuetzmann Mark Nunes O.S. Winery Barbara O’Brien Ms. Patricia M. O’Brien Ms. Jan M. O’Daniels Kit Ofsthus Michael OHalloran Ms. Julie E. O’Hara Ms. Carol V. Olason Christine and Oley Oliver Mr. Scott Olsen Stephen Olsen Mr. and Mrs. Dan R. Olson Dr. and Mrs. Eric J. Olson Linda Olson Diane and Dan O’Neal Duncan Ostrander Melody L. O’Tierney Ottica Seattle Steve Ouellette Mr. and Mrs. Eric Overton Ms. Emily Palisoc Robert Panerio Harvey and Karen Parker Will Parks Mr. and Mrs. Don E. Parry Craig Pearl Ms. Julie Peck Janna Pekaar Janice and Jay Pendergast Mr. Gilbert D. Perez Ms. Laura Peterson Donna and Randal Peterson Ms. Caroline A. Pfeil Jennifer Phipps Mr. and Mrs. Karl Pihl Pitman Mindas Grossman Lee & Moore Dr. and Mrs. John Pittari Annamary D. Pizarro Darcy and Tony Pleskaczewski Rene Plessner Diana Plumis Ricca and Billy Poll Richard and Barbara Polovitch Michael Pongon Kara Popp Loretta and Carl Poschman Scott Powers Jagdeesh Prakasam Sasha and Lowell Press Alma Price The Prices Clifford Bunch and David Pritchard Mr. and Mrs. Llewelyn G. Pritchard Pro Sports Club Mr. Mark Protus Cameron Proudfoot John Quigg Ms. Janis K. Radtke Ms. Gurubaljeet Rai

Sterling and Celeste Ramberg Eric and Christine Rautenberg Colleen P. Raymond Redmond Inn Ms. Rosalie Tibayan Reed Mr. and Mrs. Wendell L. Reed Mr. Scott P. Reese Jody Reich Mark Reilly Mr. Robert G. Resta Ms. Melody S. Rhodes Kenneth Richards Rich’s For The Home Jeffery M. Ricketts Ms. Katherine Ridge Nick and Holly Ring Dara Rip Ms. Melissa Rivkin and Mr. David Cohanim Mrs. Lisa K. Rizza Robert Leonard Salon and Day Spa Mr. Frederic M. Robinson III Ms. Joan Robinson Ms. Laura Robinson Mr. Robert S. Rockwell Ms. Meredith J. Roe Brooke Rogers Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers Virginia Rohde Tony Rojas Ms. Susan L. Rose Ms. Carey Ross Mike Ross John Rosser Chris Rossman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roth Row House Cafe Mr. Kurtis Roy Mr. and Mrs. Randall Rubenstein Mr. Jeffrey K. Rubin Daniel Ruch Vania Rudolf Robin Russell Ms. Linda L. Ryan Ms. Shannon M. Ryland Ms. Karen Sacco Hildy Saizow Professor Leona D. Samson Martha and Robert Sander John and Camille Sandvick Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sangster Ryan and Devon Sarver John and Sheila Scates Leslie and Ken Schafer Jill Scheuermann and Russell Paquette Hannes Schindler Jay Schmidt Ms. Donna L. Schneider Dr. and Mrs. Neil F. Schneider Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Schor Amy Schottenstein Ms. Katie Lynn Schuessler Dr. and Mrs. Michael D. Schuffler Ms. Yvonne M. Schwalier Schwartz Brothers Restaurants SCI - Cancer Education Centers Seattle Art Museum Seattle Repertory Theatre Jeff Sebak Detra Segar Segway Of Edmonds Mitch Semon Mr. and Mrs. Ted Semon Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Severns Pat and Bill Shafer Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Shamseldin Dr. Peter Shapiro Cara Shaw Robert and Linda Shaw Elizabeth Shea Ed and Ethel Shelton Steve and Leanne Shelton Mr. and Mrs. Dale M. Shigaki Dr. Merrilynne G. Shiota Ms. Peggy Shortt Ms. Anne Shrauner Sue and Joe Simmons Dr. and Mrs. Arnold R. Sims Nancy and Steve Sliwa Mr. Cliff L. Sloan Marc Slonim

Mr. David Smith Doug Smith Ms. Mary C. Smith Mercer Caroline Smith Miss Pauline Smith Ms. Rita M. Smith Ms. Paula J. Smithers Jeffrey and Marta Smoll Mr. Kevin R. Snively Aarati Soman Stefanie Sorgani Anna Sotelo South End Coalition Health Providers Mr. Scott Sparks Tom and Oriona Spaulding Patrick and Stephanie Sprague Ms. Storey Squires Mr. and Mrs. Chris P. Staehli Sandra Stallings Mr. J Stamps Heather and David Stanley Jenness and John Starks Ms. Naomi J. States Mrs. Pamela A. Stenerson Daniel Stevenson Pamla Stingl Mary Ellen Stone Mrs. Joy L. Storgaard Mr. and Mrs. Barry Strand Mrs. Kay Strate Ms. Jane Stratton Lance Stretch Fred Studer Mr. Barry Stulberg Mr. and Ms. Jim Stull Dr. Charles Sturgis Ms. Kimberly Suddock Mrs. Priscilla Suhre Ms. Beth L. Sundquist Ms. Victoria Sutter Mr. Gary Sutton Marjorie and Ralph Svrjcek Swedish/Edmonds Therapy Pups Program Swedish Medical Center Medical Staff Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Swerland Robynn and Robert Takamiya Ms. Kimia Talajour Rochelle and Ronald Tamkin Vince Tartalia Ms. Sandy K. Teeple Sheila and Gregory Teeter Holli Templeton and Charlie Ferguson TenDot Corporate Travel Catherine Campbell Thomas Ms. Danecha Thomas Ms. Darlene Thomas Suzette Thomas Bob Thompson Carla Thompson Ms. Deborah L. Thompson Bob Thordarson Mr. and Mrs. David Thornton Mr. Scott Thorpe Ms. KerryBeth G. Thorson Mr. Jeff Tilden Linda and Ken Tisdel Lynn and John Tissell Ms. Melissa A. Tizon Marielga Tome Mr. and Mrs. James D. Toney Mr. Jack R. Tonkin John and Mary Torlai Brennan and Michael Townley Mr. Kevin S. Traff Lan Tran Christine Trickett Rosemary Tuengel Dr. Michael Tuggy and Dr. Peggy Sarjeant Tulalip Resort Casino Robert and Betty Tull Ms. Mary Megrath Turner Richard Turrubiate Mrs. Rita E. Tuthill Howard M. Uman, M.D. University VW-Audi Tamara Uson Mr. James Utzschneider Mr. and Mrs. Steve Vadman

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Dolores Van Hoof Roger Van Oosten and Jeanna Hoyt-Van Oosten Emily and Eric Van Woerden Mr. Paul Van Zwalenburg and Ms. Marnie Foust Melani Vance Les Vandervoet Larry and Dorothy VanNess Lynne and Brad Vea Ann and Jude Ventic Michelle Ventoza Brad Vieau Village Theatre Ms. Christi L. Vital Ms. Kathryn Volk Iris von Jouanne Mr. Paul N. Vonckx Jr. William and Connie Waddington Eden E. Waggoner and Don Caster Leslie Wagner

Honor / Memorial Tributes Warren “Bud” Aakervik, Sr. Paul H. Abshier Trudy Adams Linda Adler Peter Albro James Holbrook “Jim” Allendoerfer Tom Allison Candice L. Anderson Clarice M. Anderson Marilyn Anderson Scott Androes Charlotte Jean Angle Elizabeth Madden Antonoumez Yoko Arakowa Mary Sachiko Arai-Yoshihara Jefferson Edward Arildson Eloise Armen Seth Armen Andrew Arnold Lauren L. Arnold Charles M. “Chuck” Ashbaugh Betty Lou Atkinson Janet “Jan” Austin Francesca Avargona Dr. Aye Dave Baker Margaret “Peg” Baldwin Sanjay-Gael Banerjee Deborah Rose Barnes Robert Daniell Barnes Don Barrows John August Barrows Ethel Barstow Kathy Ann Bass-Hays Dr. Amir Bastawrous Leah Grace Battema Kelly Davis Beckley Albert Behar Betty Beller Lenore Bemmels Becky Benaroya Patricia Rae Bennett Alf Bergersen Robert Bersin, M.D. Janet Bertock Imogene Bertram Ivo Bezmalinovich Eleanor “Rigby” Biddle Ivar Birkeland Jr. Helen Borgny Iverson Birklid Mary Ellen White Bissell Martha Blake Carl F. Blakely Maggie Blomberg Tom Bloom

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Rosemary Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Alan Waldbaum Susan G. Waldbaum Michele Walker Ms. Joan Walton Pat Wartnow Kim and Gregg Watkins Susan Watson Ms. Karen A. Waxdahl Mr. and Mrs. James M. Webb Bill and Barbara Webb Mr. Michael C. Weidemann Debra Weinstein Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Welch Mr. and Mrs. John S. Wenala Ms. Katherina L. West The Westin Bellevue Carrie Whalen Mrs. Karen White Diane and William Whitfield Mr. and Mrs. John F. Wiedenhoft

Jean and Paul Wiegand Wight’s Home and Garden Mr. Bob Wigren Wildcat Jr. Football John and Leslie Williams Willows Lodge and Barking Frog Andrew Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Wilson Diane M. Wilson DJ and Karianna Wilson Donna and Alan Wilson Ruth Wilson Mrs. Peggy Wilton Dr. Jill and Mr. Tom Wimberly Tom and Gail Winde Mrs. Jennifer Winters Ms. Elsa A. Wise Benson and Terry Wong Mrs. Jocelyn H. Wood Ms. Ida M. Woods Shirley L. Wooldridge and Family

Scott and Sharla Worthen Mrs. Carol S. Wright Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Wright Dr. and Mrs. John L. Wright Mrs. Kathleen Wright Mr. Mark A. Yamamoto Yi-Fen Yang Mr. and Mrs. Leif Yeckley Mr. and Mrs. Marc A. Yeomans Michelle Youngsman Zac Zahara Dr. Isaac Zamora Mr. and Mrs. John E. Zarek Dr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Zebelman Mr. and Ms. Leo Zeiler Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects LLP Ms. Rosalee W. Zingheim Jeff Zirkle Florence Zucati

Honor and Memorial Tributes recognize friends and loved ones during joyous occasions, and remembers those who have passed away. Amanda “Mandy” Blue Raymond Blue Gerene L. Bohannon Chester Bolen Jack Bollerud Dianne K. Bolt Elsie Booth Donald Boothby Marlene Bortleson James D. Bowen, M.D. Kay Bowman Ronald Boyle Gary Bracken Opal Marie Bradley Susan Brewer Linda K. Breznikar Herbert A. Briggs Diane Delores Brondello La Juan Brook Janet Brown Elizabeth Bryer Dr. Claire Buchanan Pearl Bucklin Linda Lee Burich Elaine Marie Burkhead Jo Burns Beverly Jean Call Bette Callan Rose Callero John Calliham Margaret Campbell Patricia Cantor Charles C. Carey Jr. Donna Carlberg Dr. Cary Carlyn Temple Casey Dr. F. Ann Cerf Kathleen Chan Nancy Claire Chapman Anner Charrier and Aaron Barr Cherry Hill Staff “Grandma” Chow Christos Christake Josephine “Jo” Ciucci Patrick John Clancy Juniper Amelia Clark Lillian Amber Clark Al Clarke Paul Cloud Edina Coe Ezra Cohanim Dr. Cohen Harvey Cohen Joy Cole Clark Coler, M.D.

Ann Collins Michelle Combellick Bill Cook George G. Cook Stirling Cook Shirley Copp Annette Courage Heidi Craemer Tracy Craig Ann and Sid Cramer Diane Crandon Mabel E. Crawford William S. Croft Jeanne Cromwell Susan Cronin Yvonne Crosby Catherine Cruze Steve Cunetta David Cunningham Jean Cunnison Walden Danielson Per Danielsoon, M.D. Barbara D’Arcangelo Annabel Davies Beverly Davies Stephanie Davis Susan Dearborn Kristin Degroot Richard L. Deibler Derek Deloe Joseph DeLuca Matteo Kanoa DeMaria Annette Denis Paige Judith DeVita George Dickerson Brian Dickey Elaine Dickson Bea Dierks Ashley and Heath Dixon Elizabeth Ann Dolowy Nancy Dorn Maggie Dorsey Jenny P. Douglas Jeri Lynne Dowidar Kyle Fredrickson Driver C. Dub Daniel Duenes Emma Dufour Carol Ann Duncan Rande Duran Shannon Duty Cathy Dwyer Margaret East Hamid Ebrahimi Kate Eckart

Haakon Edwards Oren and Meg Eisner Dorothy C. Ellertson Martha Ellis Beverly W. Ellis Helen Ellsworth Joan Elvin Mary Rita Ely Cathy Eng Harry Eng Gregory Max Engel, M.D. Julie Engel Milton English, M.D. Lisa Everitt Kyril Faevnov Mary A. Falskow Marilyn Jean Fansler Sylvia Farias Dr. Alexander Farivar Laurel Fechner Cole Douglas Federico Domenic Nathaniel Federico Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Fenner Wendy S. Feuer Debra K. Fish Babette “Babs” Fisher Edward L. Fisher The Fisher Family Julita Fitzgerald Peg Fleming “Fletch” Fletcher Vivian Fletcher Jennifer Follette Greg Foltz Dr. Fouke Betty Forrest Pamela Foster Barbara Jane LaGasa Fowler Donald N. Fox John Franke Cindy French Nancy Friedrich Angelina Fuda Angelina Fuda Wendy June Fujikawa E. Gage Kathryn Gallagher Vance Gallup Joanne Gamaunt Cynthia Gamel Jennifer Gannon Robert Gardner Joseph Gaspari Michael D. Gates Anacapri Gearhart

Every gift, no matter the size, makes a difference in the lives of Swedish patients.

Marjorie Claire Geisert Wilna “Maureen” Gellein Ruth and Harry Geller The Ronald F. George Family Schelaine Ghassemi Thelma Gibson Dr. Eric Gierke Joy Gilbert Andy Gilmer Effie and Kevin Gleason Brent E. Godding Carol Virginia Goggio Dr. Philip J. Gold Alena Theresa Arucan Gomez Carol Goodell Carolyn Clancy Goodwin Suzanne Goor Patricia Annette Goplerud Patsy Gottfryd Mary B. Gowing Marlene Marie Graham Karen Graser-Grant George Greenlund John L. Guinasso, Sr. Richarck Gullixson Varga Hagen Phyllis Hall Dale C. Hallas David Roger Hallin Joan Hannick Lawrence G. Hannick Kathleen Hansen Charles E. Hansing Carol Elizabeth Hanson Martha E. Harris Scott Harrison Robert “Bob” Harrison Jule Harvey Hart Dr. Mike Hart and Dr. Terry Hart Evelyn Haug Nancy and Jake Haunty Ann Hawes Mary Ann Haycox Robin Hazen Eugene O. Heberer Cindy Hedglin Freya Hope Hedin Gwen Helm Laurie Ann Heneghan Stephen Kirkby Henkel Argel Henthorn Sophia Herbig Ruth Hicks Carmen A. Hill Helen Hill Billy Hilton Connie Hilton Lauralie Hoerner Barbara E. Hoffman

Thank you for joining more than 50,000 people who have invested in The Campaign for Swedish since 2007! Swedish Medical Center Foundation is grateful for every gift we receive because every dollar is an investment in the health of our community. Annual gifts of all amounts are pooled together to make a big impact on the programs and projections that directly affect our patients. Gifts made to Swedish through the end of 2013 count toward The Campaign for Swedish. The Campaign supports programs, physicians and services that have the biggest impact on our ability to provide the most advanced, quality and safe care to our patients. We are grateful for your partnership. record number of donors in 2012

16,040

largest single gift

$3,000,000

Julia Helen Hofler Faye Lynn Suzanne Holsten Lee Ann Holt Susun Hosford Lynne Hosterman Mr. and Mrs. Burton Hovander Linda Howard Harley Young Hughes Vaudes Hughes Vicharo Huot Dr. Huseby Carol J. Hyde Ralph Iboshi Jana Ali Ibrahim Donna Ingram Tom Ismon Laurie McMahon Iverson Sarah Jacobson Eric Jaffe Alice Johnson Cecil and Eva Johnston Dana Johnson Judy A. Johnson Merle Johnson Robert W. Johnson Gordon Jones Jill Jones Lillian Janine Jordan Sarah Judd Terry Junkins Maya Kahn Henry G. “Hank” Kaplan, M.D. Elda Kartes Lynn Kase Julie Beth Kauffman Julie Kauffman John Wilson Keder Debbie Kelly Ottilie Ketchum Mary Jo Kilian Gladys “Floy” Kinsella Rose Klein Barbara J. Kloos Laurie J. Knott Mona Knowles Dr. Eugene Ko Michael Ko Norma Ko Barbara Kollar Joan Komen Nancy Arleen Mugaas Kono Cheryl S. Kopp Jackie Kotkins William Kraft Scott Krelick Julia Waring Krick Nicholas Kristof John Krogstadt

smallest gift

$1

Bob Kruse Neva L. Kusak Siu and Corrine Kwan Manfred M. Laband, M.D. Connor Logan LaCroix Lindsay Rachel LaCroix Teresa LaFreniere Harriet Alice Langdon Colin Langman Danielle Maria Eclipse Larpenteur Kitty Larsen Bud Larson Valerie Larson Deborah Latsis Lawerence E. Lattin Diane Laxton Barbara Learned Ciara and Andrew Leckie Dr. Brian Lee Sylvia Leeds Eric Lehr, M.D. Louise Lenihan John H. Lesniak Carol LeTourneau Helen Letts Jacob Levanon Robert S. Leventhal Linda Levine Mabel Lew Judy Lewis, RN Ray Lewis Phyllis Jean Lien Dr. Robert Lieppman and his staff Joann Lindauer Audrey Christine Lindsay Juliet Liu, M.D. Marge Loge Sau King Lok Dr. Louie Everett Lundgren Catherine Lupo Maury Lynch LaVor Ann MacKay Cory Mackie Meagan MacPhee Andrea Kadish Maigret Ruth Maki Zoltan Mako Paul and Jennifer Malakoff Jodi Margolin Wendy Marker Nancy Marr William “Dale” Marshall David L. Martin Ben Mayer Benjie Mayers Joyce McCallum Veronica “Anne” McCartney Christina McCord

3,043 donors gave exactly

$100

Richard McCormick Joan McDaniel Elliot A. “Mac” McElroy Wendy McEwen Gabriella Katherine McFarland Jaxson McGrady William Mcinerney Asher Charles Mckinley Kathy Medak Shaan Krishan Mehta Constance Mendes Rowena Mercer Rowena “Ro” Mercer Incornata “Inky” Merlino John Meyer Jodie Meyers Bernice Michel Mr. and Mrs. Chris Miller Elizabeth J. Miller Francis T. Miller Mr. and Mrs. George Miller J. Heath Miller, M.D. John Miller Susan Miller Dolores Minter Steve Mirsky Dianna Miskimens William Molina Jr. Karla Mooers James P. Mooney Christy Morey Wendy & David Morgan Claire Moriarty Susan Morry William F. Morton Cooper Redett Motlong Finley Craig Motlong Amelia Beverly Moynihan Carter Michael Moynihan Mr. and Mrs. Chad Mumm Cary Natiello Helen Neil Jeanne Signe Neilson Robert “Bob” Nelson Phyllis Neville Sharon Newland Thea Nget Dr. Ngo Louise M. Nicosia Linda Nordstrom Northwest Women’s Healthcare Judy Oakes Luke Alexander Oates Linda Ochsner Loretta Ochsner Joseph C. O’Connor Eileen J. O’Donnell Mary O’Leary Lawrence Omlin

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Margaret Charlotte Ondruch Bruce O’Neill, M.D. Patricia Ann O’Neill Chuoi Ong Organ Donors Bettie Grace Orr Todd Osborn Lisa Osse Mackenzie Owens Burna Page Lorraine J. Pape Muriel Park Janis Valerie Parker Robert I. Parker Norman Parkinson Debi Partouche Diana Sarah Pastrana Olah and Pat Patterson Sue Pennapacker Colin and Janee Pennington-Watson Mary Perdue Bradford S. “Brad” Perkins Glenda Perkins Barbara Perlmutter Karen Parrenot Gayle Perrin Judy Peters Randy Peterson Mary Petitti Joshua Kyle Pho Betty J. Pierce Anthony D. Pintacura Mary Pittari Stephen J. Pittari Annamary D Pizarro William Pless Sasha Poll Elizabeth and Joey Poo Levi Matthew Poston Bonnie Pounder Mira Yashoda Prakasam Cathy Pritchett Todd Prophet Lynn Rabinowitz John Radovich Barbara Bebe Rand Pam Raynor Molly Reardon Joyce Reese Jean Karen Reichenbach Jean Reid Jennie Reiquam Michelle Reynolds Patricia Rhay Ty Ribera and Family Kim Richards

Alexander Blake Richardson Marilyn G. Ridge Don Ries Alice Riggio Adela Rimkus Aiden Rimkus Kristine J. Rinn, M.D. Marsha Rivkin Saul Rivkin, M.D. Saul and Joyce Rivkin Bob Puett David Rogers John Rogers & Shaina Saland Leslie H. Rogers Patricia L Rogers Colleen Rosas Ray Rosatto Milt Rosen Thelma Rosen Donald A. Ross Joan Rostas Cathy Saario Lenny Sabia Vera Sanders Justine Avery Sands Dr. Robert Sanford Marie Sansobrino John R. Sator Aly Scalzo Leslie B. Schafer Dr. Drew Schembre Mary Schile Howard J. Schjelland Kathy Kerrigan Schlenk Mary Ann Schmitt Hilary Renee Schnell Adam Schoenfeld Ken Schwartz Robert “Bob” Seefeld Marvel Serres Dr. Shah Carol Sherdan Robert Shimabukuro Karen Sickel Barbara Kadaner Siegel Al Silverberg Brian Sims Pamela Slatten Dr. Curran J. Smith David Michael Smith Dr. Jenny Smith Kyle Smith Mary M. Smith Rita Smith Sheila Smith Tonina L. Smith

Harold Gregory Smitherman Heidi Snyder Sue Sonne Keith Sowell John Speight Dr. Sarah Speck Sam Spencer Martha Ann Squires Laura and Jeremy Steiner Joanne Marie Stenerson Ronald Sterland Bobbi Stern John “Jack” Stern Jr. Esther Sternberg Jia-Chen Chuang Stevenson John E. Stewart Russell G. Stewart Charles G. Stipp, M.D. Eleni Stoneman David L. Storgaard Kim Strumwasser Mary K. Strunk Gail Stulberg Carole Sullivan Nancy Sullivan Swedish ER in Mill Creek The Swedish HR Team The Swedish Neurosurgery Team Swedish Nurses Margaret Ann Sylwester Tim Tajchman Gina and Gillian Taylor Richard J. Taylor Sr. Steven Taylor Michael Terpening Karen Thaanum Don Theophilus Donna E. Thomason Joelle Thomassen Lisa Ryan Thompson Guy E. Thornton Rebecca Ting Katie Tinnea Catherine L. Toney Camille Elaine “Connie” Torget Tony Torlai Susan Torrance Totally Teal Toast Ray Patrick Townley Peggy Traff Danella Trager Helen Dee Travis Charles H. Trimm Ruth Trott Doug and Janet True Patty True

Steve Tull Dan Tumia Gerrie Tumia Mary M. Turner Norbert Untersteiner Laura Vadman Doris Varga Joann Veleber Margie Viall Elena Lenore Vieau Ed Wagner Marvin Walters Joanie Warner Anni Marie Watkins Allison Webb Sharon Webb Dr. Edward Weber Kathleen Weber Harriett Weborg Karen Weight Libby Weinstein Gary Albert Weise Donna Wendte Conny Wenz-Kuzma Carol Westerdahl Sally Ann Whitaker Lori White Pauline Whitman Edie Whitsett Bernice Whittemore Jan Wiedenhoft Richard Wieringa David P Williamson Carlene Beckett Wilms C. Joan Wilson Debra L. Wilson Doris Wilson Janet L. Wilson Julie A. Wilson Mrs. Windom Linda Withington Roberta Wodlinger Jennifer Wong Patricia Woodey Stanley Wooldridge Lora Woolf Robert A. Wraith Toshiko Yakushijin Sarah Yelenich Mary E. Yellam Phillip Young Ruth Yusen Rose Marrin Zier True Alexandra Zier Holly Zimmerman Glen Zucati

The Swedish Foundation is proud to recognize our donors who have made provisions for Swedish through an estate gift, life income arrangement, or another type of planned gift. Anonymous (29) Dr. George C. Anderson Robert M.* and Patricia Arnold Dr. Nancy Auer Ms. Myrtice Barr Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Benezra Dwayne M. Berg Mrs. Flossie Bergum Mrs. Mavis J. Berke Stanton S. Berman, M.D. and Josephine Berman, R.N. Nicholas J. Bez Mr. Peter W. Bigelow Mr. Mason Jay Blacher Anita Braker and Dave Olsen John W. Branch Ms. Marite M. Butners Mylo and Marion Charlston Mr. Robert D. Cocherell Mr. Milton M. Cohen

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PJ Condit Ms. Vera P. Cornall Mr. Trevor J. Culley Robert and Jean* Cunnison Barbara E. Deer Mrs. Edna Deichl Ms. Margaret M. Dolan Ms. Lura Elverson-White Ms. Diane M. Fathi Anne and Jack Fontaine Mrs. Marlene Frawley Dr. C. Gordon Hale Drs. Michael and Teresa Hart Mr. Michael W. Hatmaker Andrea J. Helman Ralph and Gail Hendrickson Jean M. Hilton Mr. and Mrs. David F. Hiscock Dr. H. Clark Hoffman Susun L. Hosford

Lowell Houtchens* and Marlene Taylor Houtchens Peter E. Johanson Shannon Jean Johnson, M.D. Mrs. Amy Johnson and Mr. John Montgomery Mr. Charles P. Johnston Jay and Mary Jayne Jones Mr. George Kauffman Mrs. Jeannette W. Kelton Robin Erzinger Knepper Michael Kopp Edith Kraemer Mr. and Mrs. William W. Krippaehne Jr. Dr. and Mrs. B. Richard Levinthal Robert D. Lewis, M.D.* and Marcia McGreevy Lewis Chuck and Karen Lytle Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Marty Mrs. Gladys J. McIlwain

Mr. Thomas W. Mesaros Elizabeth J. Miller Dr. and Mrs. John Milne Dr. and Mrs. Marr P. Mullen Mr. Jose E. I. Panganiban Della L. Ramsden Dale P. Reisner, M.D. Charles Salmon and Ginger Robertson Mr. Boyd E. Sharp Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Floyd A. Short Dr. and Mrs. Martin Siegel Ms. Storey Squires Dr. and Mrs. Todd A. Strumwasser Mrs. Helen R. Stusser Carolyn A. Swanson Ruth and William Vance Jean Baur Viereck Harold and Susan Wachter John and Janet Wang Mrs. Ruby Wiley

NON PROFIT ORG U.S. POSTAGE PAID SEATTLE, WA PERMIT NO. 1564

Swedish Health Services 747 Broadway Seattle, WA 98122-4307

A Gala Dinner and Auction in Support of Swedish Medical Center

April 27, 2013 Sheraton Seattle Hotel black tie

HonorAry CHAirS Chuck & Karen Lytle Dr. Charles & Lisa Simonyi

FunD-A-neeD The 2013 Fund-A-Need will support the Lytle Center for Pregnancy & Newborns, a unique community resource soon to be located at Swedish/First Hill. It will provide an array of clinical care and support services for newborns and their families during the months before and after a baby is born, serving as a warm and welcoming community gathering place, offering educational programs, fitness activities and support groups to our families.

Please join us and support this important cause. RSVP at www.celebrateswedish.com.

Swedish Community Board

Foundation Board of Governors

Campaign Leadership Council

Nancy J. Auer, M.D. Chair

Cheryl Gossman Chair

Kirby McDonald Co-Chair

Charles S. Lytle Vice Chair

Lida Buckner Vice Chair

David Sabey Co-Chair

Janet True Secretary

Lucius A.D. Andrew III Pattie Arnold Nancy J. Auer, M.D. Anita Braker Kevin Brown Barbara Buchman Sarah Everitt Tom Gores J. Scott Harrison Jessica Jensen Hughes Gwendolyn Grim Johnson Lorna Kneeland William W. Krippaehne, Jr. Todd Lee Rae Lembersky Charles S. Lytle Molly McCullough Kirby McDonald Michael Melancon Tracy Morris Molly Otter Michael Peters, M.D. John L. Petersen, M.D. Diane Sabey Janet True Jane Uhlir, M.D. John H. Vassall II, M.D. Jean Baur Viereck

Janet True Co-Chair

Teresa Bigelow Cheryl Gossman Michael Hart, M.D. William W. Krippaehne, Jr. Stanley Savage Martin Siegel, M.D.

Ex Officio Kevin Brown Chief Executive

Officers Betsy Vo Corporate Secretary Don Theophilus Executive Director SMC Foundation Dan Harris Corporate Treasurer

Lucius A.D. Andrew III Nancy J. Auer, M.D. Kevin Brown Lida Buckner Deborah Crabbe Anne Gittinger Wayne Gittinger Cheryl Gossman Rod Hochman, M.D. Marcel Loh Charles S. Lytle Karen Lytle Howard Maron, M.D. John N. Nordstrom Janet Sinegal John H. Vassall II, M.D.


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