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The Character of Philanthropy

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The Webb School to construct $5.7 million Residential Village

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The Webb School broke ground on Nov. 7 for a $5.7 million Residential Village project -- two dorms and a student center -following the fall Board of Trustees meeting on campus. Construction is slated to begin on Jan. 12, 2015. The student center will open in January, 2016, and the dorms will open in August, 2016.

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My Dad

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Contiguous States

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Tom Lisenby ’47, trustee emeritus, wrote this about his dad in conjunction with a gift he has made to help fund the new dormitories. The gift honors John Blackard Lisenby ’10 (1890-1955).

The Webb School has taken a bold step in addressing the issue of affordability facing private education by cutting the cost of its boarding tuition for families in Tennessee and its 8 contiguous states.

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Hugh Eldredge came to Webb from Annapolis, Md., in September 1946. His family, stationed in Maryland with the Navy, had heard much of The Webb School from their relatives and friends in Memphis, Tenn. Among them was Frank Gilliland Sr. ’08, his uncle and Chairman of the Board of Trustees.

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Fall Recap

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Garcia fulfilling career dream

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The Class of 1956 honors classmate, the Rev. Nat Long, establishes endowed scholarship

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Class of 1974 focuses on Norvell Endowed Fund for Teaching Excellence

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Legacy Scholarship: Sending daughter to Webb dream come true for Curtis Jenkins ’92

Senior prefects at the Residential Village site

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Raymond S. Broadhead Head of School Joe Iorio Assistant Head of School and Business Manager WEBB COMMUNICATIONS EDITOR: Rita Mitchell Director of Communications DESIGN & LAYOUT: Gayle McClanahan Graphic Designer Julie Harris ’95 Director of Admissions Claudia Hazelwood Director of Alumni & Development CONTRIBUTORS Alyce Allen Database Coordinator Meredith Crockett Director of Alumni and Parent Outreach Dorothy Elkins Alumni Research Assistant Matt Wilson Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Relations The Webb School Magazine is published biannually in the summer and winter by The Webb School, 319 Webb Road East, Bell Buckle, Tenn. The Webb School is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization: 620401875.

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“Character of Home” is a tagline that was created for Webb several years ago. We like its representation of Webb so much that we have paid for this to be a registered trademark of the school. We speak of character often at Webb – in chapel, in advisor groups, and in casual conversations throughout campus. Character permeates the Webb campus. As you will read in the magazine, we broke ground on Nov. 7 to build Phase I of our Student Commons/Residential Village project. Phase I consists of a Student Center and two new dormitories. This is the largest building project ever for The Webb School. These new buildings will support the “Character of Home” by providing students with common spaces to interact with each other and with the residential and day faculty, creating bonds that will last a lifetime. Many years ago, prominent educator Ted Sizer spoke to the faculty at Brooks School in Massachusetts. One statement that he made has stuck with me for more than 30 years – “Boarding Schools cannot be Day Schools with hotels.” His point was that schools need to provide a “second curriculum” for boarding students. Some of that second curriculum is organic. Students and residential faculty have frequent conversations during which ideas are exchanged, academic help is provided, and “life lessons” are provided. In addition to the organic part of the curriculum, Webb is embarking on a new path for a second curriculum. In June, The Webb School’s $50,000 grant proposal to the E.E. Ford Foundation was approved. This matching gift challenge grant will help us enhance leadership development at Webb through our new Fostering Student Initiative Program. The basic premise of the program is helping our boarding students create effective collaboration, accountability, and critical-thinking skills. This program will give students a better understanding of themselves as group contributors, and they will be more prepared and willing to use those skills at Webb and as graduates. The program meshes the multiple leadership efforts on campus through one curriculum while allowing students and faculty members to expand their working definition of a leader. Each student will be a contributor to a capstone project completed during his or her senior year. We are very excited about this new initiative at Webb. This year we began with the ninth grade boarding students as our first cohort. Next year, it will be ninth and tenth grades, and finally in year four, all four grades of the Upper School will be involved. In time, we may be able to expand this program to interested day students. Developing character while providing a safe environment to learn, explore, and dream is fundamental to Webb. While I can only imagine what Sawney would think of the students today dealing with social media and all of its consequences, I am certain that Sawney would be proud that honor and character remain fundamental to Webb’s mission.

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The Webb School complies with all applicable anti-discrimination laws and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin in the administration of its educational policies and programs, admissions processes, scholarship and financial aid programs, employment practices, athletic and other school administrative programs.

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FALL RECAP...

Kudos & news Dodson selected for Leadership Bedford Youth

Students enjoyed an August rafting trip led by Brian Wofford, director of the outdoor program.

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Karley Dodson ’16 was selected to participate in Leadership Bedford Youth, a non-profit program that supports the development of current and future leaders in the county. Participants attend sessions from September through May and study topics such as city and county governments, industrial and commercial development, education and health care as they relate to Bedford County.

Josephine Hardin ’15 and Walker Gordon ’15

39 Seniors receive blazers, continuing Webb tradition The 39 seniors in The Class of 2015 participated in Blazer Day (one of many traditions) Nov. 11, as they received their senior blazers in a special chapel ceremony. The presentation is scheduled annually on or near the birthday of founder, W. R. “Sawney” Webb, who was born on Nov. 11, 1842. Marking the Blazer Day ceremony, Lt. Samuel D. Kennedy ’02, was the keynote speaker. As seniors continued the longtime Blazer Day tradition, the class members also had the opportunity to ring the bell that once stood at the original school in Culleoka, Tenn., where Sawney Webb and brother, John Webb, began their classes.

Tony Iorio ’15 ringing the Culleoka Bell on Nov. 11

Karley Dodson ’16


Students attend YOUTH TO YOUTH drug prevention, youth leadership program A group of students from Webb recently attended a YOUTH TO YOUTH drug prevention and youth leadership program conference at the University of Rhode Island in Kingston. McKenna Hoover ’15, Manchester; Will Watson ’15, Shelbyville; and Lauren Livengood ’15, Grand Blanc, Mich.; Mason Fizer ’16, Louisville, Ky.; and sophomore, Ronnie Booth ’17, Trussville, Ala.; were the Webb participants at the conference. Hoover served as part of the conference staff. “I always look forward to seeing the students have fun at this conference while obtaining valuable lessons, experience, and training that they can then bring back to Webb and implement through our Feet to Feet program,” said Mike Quinn, Webb art teacher and faculty advisor for Feet to Feet, the school’s version of YOUTH TO YOUTH.

YOUTH TO YOUTH conference participants included, from left, McKenna Hoover, Webb’s Feet to Feet faculty advisor Mike Quinn, Will Watson, Mason Fizer, Lauren Livengood and Ronnie Booth.

Hoover agrees that the YOUTH TO YOUTH conference allows Webb students to make the Feet to Feet program better while also allowing them to meet new people and learn new abilities. She added that YOUTH TO YOUTH provides new information and energy to bring back to the Webb community in order to spread the “drug-free fun” message. “The conference is an amazing experience that I would not trade for anything; I am always looking forward to it, and it is one of my

favorite parts of summer,” she said. “I have met amazing people from all over the country and watched us come together for a great cause, and that’s an incredible thing that I have never seen anywhere else.” According to the YOUTH TO YOUTH website, the organization was founded in 1982 in Columbus, Ohio, as a community-based drug prevention and youth leadership program focusing primarily on middle school and high school students. The goal of its many projects is harnessing the powerful influence of peer pressure -making it a positive force that encourages young people to live free of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs.

Fee attends U.S. Naval Academy Counselor Fly-in

“I have a sincere and deep admiration for the midshipmen of the United States Naval Academy and after my visit feel at ease knowing these extraordinary young men and women are positioned to be the next leaders of our nation,” said Fee. “The hands-on instruction the midshipmen receive, especially in STEM-related fields, is above and beyond anything I have seen and is truly remarkable. From launching satellites into space to developing code to keep a pendulum upright and balanced, these young men and women are truly equipped to go immediately from the classroom to the field."

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Jamison Fee, director of college counseling, was selected to attend the fall United States Naval Academy Centers of Influence (COI) counselor fly-in visit. According to the USNA website, “each year, the USNA hosts educators, community leaders, counselors, and others in positions of responsibility who interact with our nation’s best and brightest middle and high school students. The fly-in is designed to showcase the opportunities available at USNA.

Jamison Fee, director of college counseling

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Lari White performs at WSPA Auction; online auction added The Webb School Parents’ Association hosted a “Starry Night” cocktail party and annual auction in September. Lari White Cannon, an award-winning recording artist, hit songwriter and producer, indie record label owner, and actress, performed during the event. White’s music has earned three Grammys, and she’s had songs cut by Tammy Wynette, Toby Keith, and Lonestar. The WSPA auction was chaired by Ashley Segroves (Gavin ’16, Gwyneth ’19). The auction is the main fundraiser for the parents’ association each year. The WSPA sponsors a host of projects every year, including annual Christmas bonuses for employees and many other campus improvements. Top right, Webb teachers, Ruth Cordell, left, and Susan Mullen, right, with Cannon, whose daughter, M'Kenzy ’16, attends Webb. Bottom right, Spencer and Kimberly Miller and Jennifer Simons

Website to assist AP Physics students is just the beginning Ryan Xia ’17, a boarding student, will not say that he is a strong Advanced Placement Physics student. He will say that he is strong in applying physical theories and physical laws in daily life and real-life experience.

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“I am confident in my sense of physics and my knowledge in physics,” said Xia, a 10th grader from Changshu, China, who is in his second year at Webb. “The most important key in learning physics is to have a good sense of science and know how and when to apply theories accurately.”

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Ryan Xia ’17

Xia has channeled his interest in physics into creating a website, his first, (www.ryanapphysicsc. com) to assist other students, provide free response practices and bonus questions with prizes, offer instructional videos, and elicit blogs on topics relating to physics.

Cordell in Studio Tenn’s "Steel Magnolias" Ruth Cordell, speech and theatre teacher and director of The Webb Company Players, was in the role of Clairee in the Studio Tenn fall production of “Steel Magnolias” in Nashville.

ELL teacher participates in TOEFL placement study Daiva Berzinskas, Webb’s English Language Learner teacher, participated in the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) Junior ESL Placement Study during the fall in Princeton, N.J. The objective of this study is to evaluate the use of the TOEFL Junior tests to help schools with decisions about English language support for students who speak English as a Second Language (ESL), according to the Educational Testing Service website.


KUDOS & NEWS

Strings, choir give fall performances

Curtis, Fiala join peers at National Young Leaders Conference Juniors Anna Kate Curtis ’16 of Christiana, Tenn., and Austin Fiala ’16 of Tullahoma, Tenn., attended the National Young Leaders Conference (NYLC): Skills in Leadership for Change, a seven-day Envision program for high school students in Washington, D.C. The program is open to students throughout the nation and included a career fair, networking social and interactive workshops, interaction with members of Congress, and information about working on Capitol Hill in the Senate Page Program or as a Congressional intern. Curtis and Fiala also participated in an exclusive Press Panel with Washington journalists who cover critical topics such as the Pentagon, election campaigns, Capitol Hill and special undercover stories. They were challenged to use their leadership, conflict resolution, networking and other skills as part of The Envision Initiative: Igniting Community Change, a social advocacy project. Participation in the conference made them eligible to receive college credit from George Mason University.

Anna Kate Curtis ’16

Austin Fiala ’16

The senior class went to Hazel Cemetery in Bell Buckle, to photograph headstones and add the photos to a national database as part of their field studies.

Students in the strings program, under the direction of Susan Mullen, and choir program, under the direction of Janet Linton, performed on Nov. 20 during chapel.

“By extending our classroom beyond the boundaries of our campus, field studies give our students and advisors a shared opportunity to get to know each other better and to share a common experience,” said Angela Rasnick, director of studies. She added that they broaden Webb's curriculum. “I think that the field studies experiences enhance our curriculum and extend many areas of our curriculum into the larger world.”

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Sherwood part of Advanced Space Academy Program at U.S. Space & Rocket Center

Matthew Cooper '15, Andrew Cooper '16 with friend Braxton Pugh

Two students recently complete "Grow-a-Row" project for Second Harvest Food Pantry Senior Matthew Cooper ’15, Andrew Cooper ’16, and their friend Braxton Pugh planted 1,000 feet of potatoes in mid-March. After spending four months cultivating the plants, they harvested 1,100 pounds of potatoes and donated them to the food pantry on July 17.

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“Although hunger in third-world countries receives a lot of media attention, lots of people don’t realize that there are many suffering from hunger right here in America,” Matthew said. “Andrew, Braxton, and I wanted to do something to fight hunger in our own community. We hope that this project will encourage other people to donate home-grown produce to their local food pantries, too.”

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Summer Program 2015 Dates to Remember! Basketball Skills Camp • June 2-4 Soccer Skills Camp • June 15-19 Lacrosse Skills Camp • July 13-16 Outdoor Adventure Camp • June 15-19, June 22-26 DAY CAMP Weeks of June 8, June 15, June 22 For more information, contact Cindy Jones at cjones@webbschool.com or visit www.thewebbschool.com/the-school/summer-program.

Jim Sherwood ’16 of Smithville, Tenn., attended Space Camp at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, home of Space Camp and NASA’s official Visitor Information Center for Marshall Space Flight Center, during the summer. The weeklong educational program promotes science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), while training students and adults with hands-on activities and missions based on team work, leadership and decision-making. Sherwood successfully completed the requirements and earned an engineering college credit from the University of Alabama, Huntsville.
Sherwood was part of the Advanced Space Academy Program, which is specifically designed for high school trainees who have a particular interest in aerospace.

Frere Fund for Faculty Development used to study "Exeter Math" Teddy Schaffer and Karla Vogt recently shared a 2014 grant from the Jon Frere Fund for Faculty Development to learn more about “Exeter Math”, a problem-based approach to math classes. They attended the Anja S. Greer Conference on Mathematics, Science, and Technology at Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, N.H. The Frere fund, which is designed to defray the cost of enrichment opportunities for returning Webb instructors through subsidizing an educational experience, was recently endowed by The James C. Meadows (’52) Foundation. “The Webb Math Department is interested in integrating or adopting the Exeter method, and the conference allowed us to learn the details of the courses, pros and cons of implementation, and meet the teachers who have written the texts,” said Schaffer.

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Webb accepts Webb has 37 AP Scholars, E.E. Ford four with national honors Foundation matching Thirty-seven students recently were named Advanced Placement Scholars with four achieving national ranking. A total of 88.2 percent of Webb students achieved a score grant challenge eligible for college credit and/or advanced placement in college courses. The Tennessee

New residential program to develop leadership, character Ninth graders in the “Fostering Student Initiative" program are completing the first semester of a new curriculum model that eventually will include students in grades 9-12. The program goal is to enhance the boarding experience of upper school residential students, to strengthen and promote leadership projects throughout the student body, and to help the school continue to prepare students to be confident and effective contributors in their communities. The program is being directed by James Garcia, dean of students/director of residential life; Jamison Fee, director of college counseling; Dr. Jackie Chapman, school psychologist; and Kelly Northrup, Latin teacher.

score was 59.7 percent, and the worldwide score, 61.3 percent. Additionally, Webb students had an 82 percent pass rate on all exams taken.

The students’ recognition is based on their spring 2014 AP exam scores. Eighty-five Webb students took a total of 210 AP exams. Webb offers 20 Advanced Placement classes. Jenna Davis, Tullahoma, Tenn.; Dominic DiSanto, Knoxville, Tenn.; Haena Lee, South Korea; and Adam Mansell, Livingston, Tenn.; were named National AP Scholars. They are 2014 Webb graduates. National recognition is granted to all students who receive an average score of at least four (out of 5) on all AP exams taken and scores of four or higher on eight or more of these exams. Lee took 12 AP exams with an average score of 4.42. Mansell took 11 exams and had a 4.91 average score. DiSanto took nine exams with a 4.67 average score. Davis took 10 exams and had a 4.50 average score. Sixteen students claimed AP Scholar with Distinction honors (including those with national recognition), 10 students achieved AP Scholar with Honor, and 11 were named AP Scholars also based on the number of exams taken and the scores.

“Thus far in the program the students have been able to identify their personality types on a Myers-Briggs-type matrix, exploring both the possibilities and limitations offered by their personal indicator. We have also researched different 'types' of leaders and are in the process of finalizing a speaker to come to Webb in early January,” said Fee.

For more information about the matching challenge, contact Claudia Hazelwood, director of alumni and development, at chazelwood@ webbschool.com or 931-389-5725.

Head of School Ray Broadhead and his wife, Webb science teacher Dr. Leone Broadhead, traveled in Asia last summer visiting Webb families, consultants and others. Front row, left to right: Jae Min Lee, Hae Kyung Kim, Chong Suk Choi, Key Lee, Haeng Ryang Huh; second row: Ray and Leone Broadhead, Jae Park, Sally Huh; third row: Young-a Kwak, Jessie Song, Cheong Ryong Lee after dinner at the Ritz Carlton Seoul, South Korea.

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A $50,000 matching grant from the Edward E. Ford Foundation was approved in June to help fund the program. The grant requires Webb to raise $1 for $1 in matching gifts before July 31, 2015, and $42,000 had been received as of Dec. 1. Webb has a strong history with the E.E. Ford Foundation, receiving a total of $180,000 from six previous matching grants.

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Cooper recognized as Merit Semifinalist, three are Commended Students

M'Kenzy Cannon ’16, Sarah Beth Menck ’16 and Kai Krajeck ’16

Matthew Cooper ’15 of Smithville, Tenn., was named a National Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalist. Cooper is among the top 1 percent of 2014-15 U.S. high school seniors to achieve the semifinalist distinction. A total of 16,000 semifinalists were named for the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program. They are eligible to continue in the competition and to vie for 7,600 National Merit Scholarships worth approximately $33 million that will be offered next spring. Matthew Cooper ’15 Three Webb students Lauren Livengood ’15 of Grand Blanc, Mich.; Jordan McAndrew ’15 of Murfreesboro, Tenn.; and Paige Schoonover ’15 of Clarksville, Tenn.; each received a 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program Letter of Commendation.

Tarhule spends summer volunteering abroad By Jasmine Ilarde ’15, student writer

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Jasmine Ilarde ’15 and Parker Hyde ’15

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Holiday Live Radio Play is fall production “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play” was presented by the Webb Players in the Black Box Studio Theatre in November. Ruth Cordell, Webb speech and theatre teacher, directed the production. Guest artists, Robert Kiefer and Carol Ponder, were co-director and advisor. The American classic, which was first shown in 1946, was based on the short story “The Greatest Gift” by Philip Van Doren Stern, published in 1945. The setting of the play was a 1940s radio station, as if the actors were recording the story for a radio audience. Actors were in period costume and makeup, and they performed on stage for a live audience.

It is not often students get to take their community service skills to the next level, but for Doobee Tarhule ’17 this was accomplished by traveling to the countries of Laos and Thailand through an organization known as Rustic Pathways. An organization committed to supporting global service in a variety of programs, Rustic Pathways allowed Tarhule to travel abroad and hone her skills Doobee Tarhule ’17 in animal and wildlife conservation as well as education by spending one week in each destination. A resident of Norman, Okla., Tarhule is no stranger to both domestic and international travel; however, her very first trip to the Asian continent was one marked by a new appreciation of diversity through devoted service.

Webb students receive real-world view of careers in medical fields Elizabeth ’16 and Hannah Reavis ’16 of Manchester, Tenn., are interested in careers in the medical field and received real-world experience as participants in the National Youth Leadership Forum/ Careers in Medicine at Emory University in Atlanta during the summer. The weeklong NYLF program was structured with student groups each led by a faculty advisor. There were hands-on activities, a wide range of classes to take, and opportunities to talk with residents and other professionals about their experiences in the medical field.


Garcia fulfilling career dream Family forging strong relationships By Rita Mitchell, director of communications When James Garcia graduated from college in 2000, he needed a job. What he received was actually a lifestyle at Webb that focused on strong academics blended with homelife, friendships and sports. Currently dean of students and director of residential life, he is also a seventh grade English teacher, Middle School boys’ basketball head coach and an advisor for a new student leadership initiative. Through the years, he has coached softball, and served as a dorm head, assistant athletic director and assistant middle school director. In August, Garcia received The Webb School Parents’ Association 2014 Faculty Enrichment Award, presented annually to an outstanding member of the teaching faculty with students and families casting votes to select the recipient. He is always looking for professional development opportunities and recently completed the National Association of Independent Schools Aspiring Heads of School Program.

James, Mallory, Cadence and Asher Garcia

Garcia was a high school junior when he decided that he wanted a career working with youth. A chemistry teacher suggested that he pursue a degree in education. His first career decision was between Webb and another private school in Florida. “I chose Webb because I really liked the campus. It reminded me a lot of my college campus in Vermont,” said Garcia. “Webb also gave me a tremendous opportunity to get involved in many areas of the school.” And while it was Webb’s campus that attracted Garcia, it was his future wife that kept him here. “After my eighth year at Webb I was considering other options, but then I met Mallory when she came to work here, and the rest is history. At Webb I have always been able to do what I love within a great community, and it would be hard to replicate that at another school.” The Garcias married in 2010 and now have two children, Cadence, 2, and Asher, 6 months.

Garcia knows that the extra interaction with students because he resides on campus impacts teaching and administrative posts. “As a teacher, I feel like being on campus has given me insight into the workload that our students have in the evenings and has made me more sensitive to their needs. As an administrator, I feel that getting to see me outside the school day allows students to see me in a different light, which is important as the dean of students.”

Even though Garcia has assumed more administrative roles in recent years, he said he is not afraid to experiment with different methods as a teacher. He also believes in bringing a lot of enthusiasm into the classroom. “I think if students know you want to be there it helps them stay engaged. I also try to keep my classroom fast-paced and use every minute of class time that I can.” Many aspects of education have changed since he began teaching. With ever-evolving technology, he explained, Webb faculty members are teaching a different type of student than they were 15 years ago. They have to continue to determine the best way to reach them. “All in all the students at Webb have consistently been eager to learn.” The longtime educator is a proponent of putting an increased importance on the fine arts program and is glad Webb added football four years ago. “Being heavily involved in music in high school, I love that our students have an outlet for their creativity, and to have 30-40 boys participating in football is wonderful to see.” Thinking about Webb’s future, Garcia said, “The new Residential Village and increased student population will require increased dorm staffing, and with that, more responsibility in terms of supervising the residential program.” He added, “I think Webb will have to find ways to make the Webb experience affordable. That will mean an increase in financial aid and an increase in giving.” Finally, he said, “Webb will need to continue to enhance the character building 'hidden curriculum' that it includes. A lot of families I speak with love that aspect of The Webb School.”

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It’s all about relationships,” he explained. “Living on campus has helped me foster some of the closest relationships in my life. Whether it be day or boarding students, the students that are around in the afternoons and the evenings are the ones that I have become closest to.” He added, “Mallory taught here for five years, and even though she is a stay-at-home mom now for our children, she is still able to remain close to the students. Some of Cadence’s favorite people are the students she sees daily in the dining hall.”

He added, “Above all else I strive to be supportive of our students, whether it be through attendance at their games and performances, or by helping them learn from mistakes that they have made.”

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The Webb School to construct $5.7 million Residential Village two dorms and student center

that focused on improving residential facilities for students. In the past five years, Webb has made improvements to Chambliss dorm, and added the Turner House (a faculty residence) to CooperFarris dorm. “And now, the beginning of the Residential Village will become a reality.” The two 20-person dorms, one each for boys and girls, and the student center will be located adjacent to the Frank G. Barton Jr. Athletic Center and the Grace Follin Dining Hall. “Because of its close proximity to dormitories, the Barton Athletic Center, and the Grace Follin Dining Hall, this central location for the student center will enhance relationships between all students,” Broadhead said. “It will be filled with students throughout the academic day, through the afternoon, and into the night until check-in time.” He added, “In truth, Webb has never been about its buildings. From our humble beginnings, when Sawney Webb spent more money on books than on buildings, Webb has always been focused on the students and their education. However, these beautiful buildings will enhance our residential program, creating great spaces for students to gather, to learn, and to grow. Additionally, we cannot grow our boarding population without them, as we are almost at capacity, and we will likely fill the present dorms next year.”

James Garcia, dean of students and director of residential life; Ray Broadhead, head of school; Keith Barton ’75, trustee and Building and Grounds Committee chair; and George Pine ’68, board of trustees chair.

By Rita Mitchell, director of communications

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The Webb School broke ground on Nov. 7 for a $5.7 million Residential Village project -- two dorms and a student center -- following the fall Board of Trustees meeting on campus. Construction is slated to begin on Jan. 12, 2015. The student center will open in January, 2016, and the dorms will open in August, 2016.

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Broadhead thanked the Building and Grounds Committee for its work on this project and the many donors who have already committed to the residential village, especially The James R. Meadows Jr. Foundation, which has pledged a naming gift for one of the dormitories.

“We are very grateful for the presence of board members, faculty and staff, students, representatives of the James R. Meadows Jr. Foundation, and other honored guests,” said Head of School Ray Broadhead at the groundbreaking. “Thank you all for joining us on “A new student center will create this special day in the an atmosphere that will strengthen history of The Webb School. relationships between boarding and day

“Jim Meadows ’52 was a longtime trustee, chairman of the board and great supporter of Webb. Jim would have been very proud to see this day,” said Broadhead.

“This is a day that has been in the making for almost five years,” Broadhead added, following a board retreat in February 2010

“Our foundation is really pleased to have some funds to make a contribution in support of the boarding program, along with others of you who have contributed

students through a medium of diverse activities at the center of campus.”

C.J. Rogers ’17, McMinnville, Tenn. day student


to various aspects of that,” said Mrs. James R. (Pat) Meadows, a director of the Meadows Foundation established from her husband’s estate. She added that she looks around the campus and sees buildings for which her husband raised funds. “We are just thrilled to do this and look forward to seeing this come to completion.”

Bless the student body, the faculty and staff, and God Bless The Webb School.”

George E. Pine III ’68, board chair, addressed all the students present and said, “Many of you are going to be able to enjoy this opportunity as these buildings get completed.” He told the seniors to spread the word about the Residential Village and invited “I’m really excited for the Residential Village them to return to help celebrate when because I think it will increase the sense of the construction is community at Webb by providing us with completed. “These fantastic living spaces we can all share. It will buildings are for you also create space for more students to experience and for all the students coming forward. It is a Webb’s boarding life in the future.” great pleasure for all of us to be involved… .”

Keith Barton ’75, Building and Grounds Committee chair, also spoke during the ceremony. “It’s a privilege to be here today. It’s an exciting time to be a part of The Webb School.” Barton recounted the impact of other building projects on campus and added that the Frank G. Barton Jr. Athletic Center is “certainly Abby Surdacki ’17, Franklin, Tenn. boarding student important to our family – knowing that it will suit the Also taking part in needs of The Webb School the ceremony were for many years to come.” Barton had with him a hard hat that his Michael Picklesimer and Jeff Roberts, representing Picklesimer father, Frank G. Barton Jr., was given as part of the construction of Roberts Architecture, Inc., Murfreesboro; Rachael Spangler, a 2001 the Barton Athletic Center. Webb alumna, representing Johnson Johnson Crabtree Architects P.C., Nashville; and Jason Larkins, Randall Gill, and Kenny “To stand on this site right here … and think what the site is going Breeden, all of Orion Building Corp., Brentwood. to turn into makes me very proud to be a part of The Webb School. I’m proud to be a part of The Webb School Board of Trustees. God

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Editor’s note: Tom Lisenby ’47, trustee emeritus, wrote this about his dad in conjunction with a gift he has made to help fund the new dormitories. The gift honors John Blackard Lisenby ’10 (1890-1955).

After he graduated in 1910, John completed a year of college at Tennessee State Teachers College in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Then he transferred to Louisiana State Normal in Natchitoches, La. I don’t know why but I think it had everything to do with baseball.

It is my pleasure to give my personal thoughts about my dad and to express my reasons for giving a memorial gift to The Webb School in loving memory of my father.

In Louisiana one could earn a teachers certificate after two years of college. He did that and was hired as a teacher and as the principal in Ida in northwest Louisiana just south of the Arkansas border.

My dad, John Blackard Lisenby was born in 1890 in Bell Buckle, Tenn. The family, in 1895, moved to Fosterville, Tenn., a short distance down the road from Bell Buckle. My grandfather and great uncle both died of scarlet fever. The very serious epidemic left my dad the sole male survivor of his family. My grandmother became a widow. Dad had four surviving sisters. Through the kindness and generosity of Fount Brothers of Fosterville, the family lived on the farm owned by Mr. Brothers.

It was from this place that he went to the army for WWI. He did not have to go because he was the sole surviving son and sole support of his mother. He wanted to go because he didn’t want to miss the adventure.

The education of the family began in a one-room school house on the farm. My dad grew up on the farm and worked hard and long hours. As a reward for his hard work, dad was given a colt to raise and ride on the farm. One day my dad saw a neighborhood bully throwing rocks at the colt. Dad was small, wiry and tough and asked the young man to stop throwing the rocks at the colt. The rock throwing stopped after John Lisenby boxed the young man’s nose. Blood was spattered all over the bully’s face.

He became a member of a large medical unit in Blois, France. They occupied the campus of a large Catholic Church, school and hospital. He served as a non-medical assistant to a group of doctors assisting with tasks that they assigned. Frequently he donned a large chef ’s hat and cooked a meal for them as they got off work.

“I am pleased to honor him and The Webb School in this way, and am fortunate to be his son. It is my hope that the young people who will enter this edifice keep Noli Res Subdole Facere forever in their hearts.”

Dad finished his studies at the one-room school, and his teacher encouraged him to continue to further his education goals. His teacher was resourceful and contacted The Webb School. After several days passed, correspondence was exchanged, and John was told to catch the train and pursue education matters at the school.

John performed farm chores in exchange for four years as a student at Webb. He took the required four years of Latin, two years of Greek and all the math Webb School offered. John Webb was my father’s favorite teacher.

After the war he continued teaching and attending Louisiana State University summer school each year.

In 1920 he married Nita Oden of Shreveport, La. Years before she had asked about the “B” initial in his name. Having spent time around Nashville he thought that Belmont was more impressive than Blackard. He was kidding and forgot all about it. He was surprised to find on their wedding invitation that the groom’s name was John Belmont Lisenby. I was born in 1930. In 1932 I accompanied my parents to live in Baton Rouge while my father completed a master’s degree in education. I returned a few years later and received my own degree. John Lisenby loved to teach and he loved to learn. When LSU started offering extension courses he was the first person to complete one, earning an A. He spent about 20 years as principal of Pine Grove High School in Louisiana, and many of his former students spent their lives in the education field. His was a life well lived and a life that guided and inspired others. I left my dad’s school to go to Webb, following in his footsteps, graduating in 1947. I am pleased to honor him and The Webb School in this way, and am fortunate to be his son. It is my hope that the young people who will enter this edifice keep Noli Res Subdole Facere forever in their hearts.

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One interesting assignment that John was given was to drive a huge wagon load of supplies to the site of the Webb summer camp. The wagon was pulled by a double team of horses. When crossing over a stream on a wooden bridge the horses became frightened. They baulked and starting backing up. When one rear wheel got over the edge of the bridge, John jumped down from the wagon, ran to the lead horses, talking to them and pulling the bridles at the bits. He coaxed them forward over the bridge. I don’t think this scene had appeared in a John Wayne movie in 1908.

He became friends with one of the priests at the hospital complex, and they exchanged languages, French for English and English for French. His four years of Webb School Latin was most helpful in this regard. He became so proficient in French that he taught it in later years.

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The Class of 1956 honors classmate, the Rev. Nat Long, establishes endowed scholarship

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The Class of 1956 has spearheaded an effort to establish a scholarship honoring the memory of the Rev. Nat Long. In 2014, donors to the fund have already contributed more than $50,000 in cash and pledges for an endowment, in addition to the $50,000 that was given in his memory since Nat died in 2006. The campaign is being led by several classmates - Steve Herring, Raford Hulan, Bill Lassiter, and Pick Stephens; along with Rev. Long’s widow, Mary Catherine Harwell Long.

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“Nat, a scholarship recipient himself, took advantage of all that Webb had to offer, and was an inspiration to us,” said Bill Lassiter ’56. “In 2006, at our 50th reunion, Nat suggested establishing a scholarship at Webb. Sadly, he died just a few days after our reunion. I am so pleased that the class of 1956 and friends of Nat have joined to create and complete this scholarship in his memory.” A native of Atlanta, Nat attended Webb for four years, graduating in 1956. As a freshman, he showed promise, winning the annual oratorical contest in 1953. He was the first freshman to ever win this coveted award, and soon it earned him the nickname of “Preacher.” “Many people do not know how hard Nat had to work at Webb and throughout his life to achieve all that he did. He had a mild form


of cerebral palsy which caused lifelong hand tremors. He struggled to write legibly, but could not take notes rapidly. With his teachers’ permission, he sought out a top student in each class to obtain notes to study. This method continued through all of his advanced studies,” said Mrs. Long, his widow. He went on to earn a B.A. in history from Emory University, and was elected President of the Student Body and President of the College Council. He earned the Bachelor and Master of Divinity from Drew University (Cum Laude), the Master of Sacred Theology (Homiletics) from Yale Divinity School, and the Doctor of Ministry from Candler School of Theology. In the early 1960s, Nat was ordained a Methodist Minister in the North Georgia Conference. He married, had two sons, served nine United Methodist churches in the Atlanta area for more than 40 years, and was appointed a District Superintendent. Much loved by his congregations, he was known for his dynamic preaching.

“Our families have known each other and been close since the 1940s,” said Charles P. “Pick” Stephens, Webb ’56. Both my brother Blair (Webb ’53) and I were members of Peachtree Road United Methodist Church when Nat’s father was the senior minister. Nat was a true friend, he was always there for you, in thick and thin, in good times and bad.” “Webb is fortunate to have a scholarship being named in the memory of the Rev. Nat Long,” said Matt Wilson, member of Webb’s Office of A&D, who helped coordinate the campaign. “It is a tribute to Nat’s life and all that he accomplished.” The target date for the first award of “The Rev. Nat Long, Class of 1956, Memorial Scholarship” is fall 2016 - - once funding is complete. Anyone interested in more information about the fund can contact Wilson at mwilson@webbschool.com; 931-389-5722.

Class of 1974 focuses on Norvell Endowed Fund for Teaching Excellence The Class of 1974, with the leadership of Dr. David Ellis, recently enhanced efforts to fully endow The Rusty and Flo Ann Norvell Endowed Fund for Teaching Excellence that was created in 2011 with an initial gift by Judge Scott Crichton ’72. The fund was established to honor the Norvells for their many contributions to Webb and to help in the retention of its best teachers. It recognizes teaching distinction and will provide a stipend for faculty enrichment and continuing education. Once funding is complete, the head of school and dean of faculty will choose the faculty recipient and make the award in the spring.

Endowing a fund for faculty professional development at Webb requires a minimum endowment of $50,000. The original endowment is never spent. Instead, the funds are invested and a portion of the earnings is used each year to award to a faculty member.

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Russel “Rusty” Norvell ’47 and his wife, Flo Ann, exemplify Webb’s legacy of excellence in teaching. From 1969 to 1974, Mr. and Mrs. Norvell devoted their time to Webb students. Rusty Norvell taught sophomore, junior and elective English, and Mrs. Norvell taught freshman English and art. They also initiated peer mentoring and created a student antidrug research and speaking group that spoke to students throughout the South about the dangers of drug use.

The family has a long history at Webb. Mr. Norvell’s grandfather, John R. Simpson, was a 1903 graduate; his uncle, Oscar Simpson, graduated in 1930; Mr. Norvell attended the school for four years in the 1940s; and his son, Cove, received his Webb Bible in 1973. Mr. Norvell passed away in 2008 at the age of 77. Mrs. Norvell preceded him in death in 2005. Cove Norvell survives his parents; he resides in Normandy, Tenn., with his wife, Lorraine Ardaiz, and daughter (Elizabeth ’14).

For more information about the Norvell Fund, please contact Claudia Hazelwood in the A&D Office at chazelwood@webbschool. com or 931-389-5725. Flo Ann and Rusty Norvell ’47

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Webb decreases boarding tuition to promote residential program

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The Webb School has taken a bold step in addressing the issue of affordability facing private education by cutting the cost of its boarding tuition for families in the Southeast. The boarding tuition for the 2014-2015 school year of $41,900 has been reduced to $35,000 for residents of Tennessee and its eight contiguous states. Webb alumni also can benefit from an additional $5,000 Legacy Scholarship, lowering boarding tuition to $30,000. There are 36 boarding students from Tennessee and its contiguous states, who are currently enrolled at Webb, and 14 of them were added this year. Additionally, three local day students chose to take advantage of the new tuition rate by becoming boarders. The new tuition rate gives nearby students the opportunity to take advantage of the

full 7-day boarding program at a cost very similar to the 5-day boarding rate. The 5-day boarding program will eventually be phased out, providing a much better weekend experience for our students. “The special rate made a difference in our decision to enroll Thomas as a boarding student,” said Lora Webb, parent of a 9th grade boarding student from Smithville, Tenn. “Thomas could have commuted as a day student but he wanted to stay at Webb to be more connected to the school and teachers. He uses all the time he can to go to extra help, meet with teachers, and now he is using the gym in the evenings to workout with his teachers,” added Webb. A recent study by The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS) revealed that,

“Almost half of the currently enrolled domestic boarding students attend school in their home state or providence; almost half of the rest enroll in an adjacent state or providence” (TABS Enrollment and Migration of Domestic Boarders Report, 2013). The new Tennessee and contiguous states tuition rate has certainly had a positive impact on Webb’s residential program. We continue to meet our 100-plus boarding enrollment goal while many boarding schools are experiencing a decline in their boarding enrollment. This new tuition rate will also play a vital role in supporting the new Webb Residential Village dorms set to open in the fall of 2016.


Legacy Scholarship: Sending daughter to Webb dream come true for Jenkins ’92 For Curtis Jenkins ’92 enrolling his daughter, Tatiana, at The Webb School was something he had dreamed about. After all, Jenkins, who arrived on the campus from New York City as a 14-year-old boy in 1988, is certain that Webb transformed him into an 18-year-old man well prepared for life. “I would love to say that seeing The Webb School for the first time was like “love at first sight,” but it wasn’t,” he recalled. “My world as I knew it for the past 14 years had been completely shaken and uprooted. I was no longer around honking horns and tall skyscrapers but rather chirping birds and mountain backgrounds.” As the first months passed, he became more comfortable, “but it absolutely took a village,” he said. “My teachers and friends helped me to feel a part of the community while showing me great southern hospitality. Meeting people from various countries, states, and participating in school activities helped to broaden my view on the world.” While Jenkins did not feel challenged at his previous NYC school, he found his match at Webb. “My classes challenged me and my classmates to the point that we had no other choice but to work together to push one another. I felt myself becoming much more of a well-rounded student, developing great study habits, and being focus driven while at Webb.” He added, “My Webb experience not only helped to develop me as a person but it redirected my path in life. I have developed relationships with people from Webb that go far beyond the ordinary high school years. I now use words such as home, family, and friends to describe Webb.” In 2012 his daughter was accepted at Webb, and his dream became a reality. But he not only wanted her to attend Webb, he wanted her to graduate. The dream that began three years ago will culminate in May with her graduation in Webb’s Class of 2015.

As Tatiana makes the most of the final months until graduation, she echoes her father’s sentiments about Webb. “If someone would have told me three years ago that I would go to a boarding school in Bell Buckle, Tenn., that would challenge me in every way possible; allow me to make friends from all over the world; and allow me to form relationships; and connect with teachers in and out of the classroom;

The Legacy Scholarship program awards $5,000-$10,000 (based on eligibility criteria) scholarships to boarding students whose parent, grandparent, great-grandparent, aunt/uncle, great-aunt/greatuncle is a Webb alumnus/alumnae. Applicants must complete an additional application.

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We invite all current and past legacies to attend and be honored. There will also be an event for all alumni considering Webb as an educational option for their child to learn about the Legacy program. More details to come. Co-Sponsored by the Admissions Office and the Alumni Association. Pedigree your ancestors!

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“There are no words that can describe the feeling that this has brought to me and my family,” said Jenkins, who applied for and was granted a Legacy Scholarship that enabled him and wife, Tanisha, to send Tatiana to Webb to “get the education needed to develop her as a student and as a person.”

I would have laughed in his or her face and walked away,” said Tatiana. “However, I am here today and can truly say the Webb experience has not only challenged me academically but it has made me a better person, equipped me for college, and prepared Curtis ’92, Tatiana ’15 and Tanisha Jenkins at volleyball senior night me for life. The “Webb Experience” has taught me how to prioritize and manage my time, form good study habits, allowed me to become independent, and form my own morals and beliefs. The Webb School means the world to me, and I am sad that my time here is coming to an end. Webb will forever hold a very special place in my heart.”

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ELDREDGE ’48 Burkhead Society - - “Great Opportunity to Help Others Get a Good Education” By Matt Wilson, director of annual giving and alumni relations Hugh Eldredge came to Webb from Annapolis, Md., in September 1946. His family, stationed in Maryland with the Navy, had heard much of The Webb School from their relatives and friends in Memphis, Tenn. Among them was Frank Gilliland Sr. ’08, his uncle and Chairman of the Board of Trustees. As many did at that time, Hugh made his way by train. He went from Washington to Chattanooga, and then to Bell Buckle. “I had given the porter explicit instructions to waken me at 4:15 in the morning so that I might be ready to leave when the Pullman reached Bell Buckle. I went to sleep confident that he would obey my instructions. Somehow I woke early the next morning. I glanced at my watch and to my horror, the hands read 4:45. The porter told me the train had been forced to detour … and was hours late. I sighed with relief… .” One of the reasons for attending Webb was that his previous high school did not offer a rigorous college Hugh Eldredge in 2014 prep curriculum, and his parents wanted him to have the best education possible. He attended Webb for two years and graduated in 1948.

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“I will probably always remember Mr. Webb’s (son Will) lectures and the close companionship I have had … I will also remember the history classes in which I participated under Mr. Dowdy and Latin from Mr. Follin. To thank the people for the service I received at Webb would be too long a list.”

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Hugh stayed in Middle Tennessee for college, spending one year (post graduate) at Peabody Demonstration School (now the University School of Nashville) and then matriculating at Vanderbilt University, where his dad coincidentally had secured a teaching appointment in engineering. “Webb has always stood for honor and integrity, and I am very proud of my time on the honor council my senior year. When I left Webb, I noticed immediately the different sense of honor that others had compared to what I had been taught at Webb.” At Vanderbilt Hugh joined the NROTC, and then served two years in the Navy. Following his active duty tour, he went to work. After a short time selling typewriters, he went to Vanderbilt Law

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School. Passing the bar, Hugh thought he wanted to go JAG (Judge Advocate General), but was not accepted. He was disappointed with the turn his career had taken. “I drew from a reservoir of experiences I had at Webb, and was able to stay focused and persevere.” He went about getting another job, working for a department store, and becoming top seller. It was this role at the store that helped him successfully apply for a job at the Third National Bank. He began his work in the trust department, and stayed there for more than 20 years. Hugh reflected on the importance of the Burkhead Society, the group he joined in 2010. “When I was a trustee (1979-97, and now emeritus), Webb had just started the Burkhead Society. Many trustees and others have joined, and it has been very exciting to see the growth. By making Webb a beneficiary of one’s estate, it is a great opportunity to help others get a good education.” Today, Hugh enjoys traveling as much as he did when he and his family were with the Navy. A regular passenger on international cruises, he has been all over the world. When asked about his hopes for Webb, he said, “Webb has done a lot of good works, and I hope it continues to get good press, now and in the future.”


WONDERFUL It’s the most wonderful time of the year!

An honorary or memorial gift is a special way to recognize or remember someone. Thank you for your support of Webb during the holidays. Make a special gift today. Remarks adapted from October 2014 letter by Pat Martin (Webb Parent of Paul ’88 and Jerry ’92)

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CONTACT: Matt Wilson at mwilson@webbschool.com, 931-389-5722, go to the website www.thewebbschool.com and click “make a gift” or use the envelope in this magazine.

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Alumni Notes 1950s Jasper “Jake” Shealy, PhD ’57, one of the most influential and important names in ski safety over the last 40 years, received the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award. Shealy received the award during a special presentation at the NSAA National Convention and Tradeshow earlier this year in Savannah, Ga.

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Left to right are Austin Kiser ’11, Ben Blakeley ’93, Joey Patterson ’99, Chris Faulk ’92, L.R. Smith (Faculty), Ray Broadhead (Head of School), Justin Lowe ’11, Dr. Phil Patterson and Dr. Teresa Patterson (parents ’96, ’98, ’99), Matt Wilson (Webb A&D), Matt Steele ’11. The group gathered on Sept. 19 at the Smith home during the Trap and Skeet weekend.

Annual Fall "Affinity" Reunion held at Webb: Trap and Skeet

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Webb hosted an Alumni Trap and Skeet Shooters event in the fall with approximately 20 shooters on campus to meet and greet Friday night and then shoot trap, skeet and wobble on Saturday. Matt Wilson, director of annual giving and alumni relations, planned and coordinated the event, provided refreshments and made sure the firsttime “homecoming” went well. L.R. Smith, trap and skeet team coach, estimated that 1,000 targets were shot.

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High points winners in various categories included the following participants. High Points Overall Shooters: Chris Faulk ’92; parent of Webb alums, Dr. Phil Patterson; and Webb student, Brady Flanigan ’16. (Other Webb shooters were Jae Park ’15 and Willow Dickey ’16.) High Point Shooters by percentage of birds killed: Webb alums Justin Lowe ’11, Willis McKee ’05 and Joey Patterson ’99; parent of Webb alums, Dr. Phil Patterson; and Webb student, Brady Flanigan. High Individual Shoots: Trap – Justin Lowe, George Johnson IV ’11, George Huddleston Jr. ’76, and Dr. Phil Patterson; Skeet – Chris Faulk, Dr. Phil Patterson; Wobble – David Coggins ’88, George Huddleston Jr. and Brady Flanigan. Attending the event Friday, but unable to attend on Saturday were Matt Steele ’11 and Austin Kiser ’11.

Charles Alexander ’68 produces an album for a Jersey Boy Since Charles Alexander retired from Time magazine in 2001, he has taken on a wide variety of freelance projects, including writing and producing work for Frankie Valli and Bob Gaudio. They are original members of the Four Seasons singing group and thus central characters in the Tony-winning play Jersey Boys and the movie, directed by Clint Eastwood, based on the musical. The excitement surrounding the movie prompted Warner Music’s Rhino Entertainment to release on July 1, 2014, Alexander’s first solo production effort. Called Audio With a G: Sounds of a Jersey Boy, The Music of Bob Gaudio, the 2-CD set is the first compilation of Gaudio’s songs as recorded by various artists. It includes performances by the Four Seasons, Frank Sinatra, Diana Ross, the Temptations, Nina Simone, Cher, Roberta Flack and others. “The only thing I had to do is sign my name on the cover!” Gaudio, who lives in Nashville, told Jim Bessman of examiner. com. “The rest of the credit goes totally to Charles, for his tenacity, research and dedication.”

At the stage door for Jersey Boys Broadway - from left are Charles Alexander ’68, Bob Gaudio, a playgoer from Tasmania, and Charles Calello, who was the arranger on many of the Four Seasons’ biggest hits.


1970s Scott Crichton ’72 of Shreveport, La., recently was elected without opposition to the Louisiana Supreme Court. There are a total of seven justices on the court, which is located in the French Quarter of New Orleans. He represents District 2, which includes 11 parishes, and will serve for a term of 10 years. Judge Crichton has served as a district judge for 24 years and previously served for a decade as an assistant district attorney, prosecuting violent felony cases, and also had a private civil law practice. Scott credits his loving parents and The Webb School for his success. Davis W. Turner ’79 was appointed as Capella Healthcare Vice President, Associate General Counsel in July. With more than 27 years of legal experience, Turner will provide legal support for Capella’s hospitals and the corporate office on a variety of matters, including real estate, contracts, physician agreements and more.

1980s Irv Ashford ’87 was selected by the Texas Women’s Empowerment Foundation (TWEF) to be the International Leadership Honoree Award Recipient during the 8th annual International Financial & Leadership Summit, sponsored by TWEF. The Oct. 3, 2014, event was in Houston, Texas. Ashford was recognized for his work at Comerica Bank as Senior Vice President - Texas Market, and Community Development & External Affairs Director. A cocktail reception for area alumni was hosted by Richard Williamson ’87 and his wife, Charlee, at their home in New Orleans. Head of School Ray Broadhead gave an update of The Webb School during the evening. Pictured from left are Mollie, Lucie and George Williamson ’77, Ray Broadhead, Richard ’87, Charlee, Vivi and Lesley Williamson. Also attending from Webb was Claudia Hazelwood, director of alumni and development.

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Watch for invitation in March Find tentative schedule, travel accommodations and your class agent at www.thewebbschool.com/alumni-home/reunion Plan now to attend! Dr. Ethan Tolbert ’89 of Atlanta wore a special Webb tie for a recent meeting with Head of School Ray Broadhead. Both men wondered if anyone else owns one of these ties.

1990s Erica Wright’s (’99) debut novel, The Red Chameleon (Pegasus Books), was named one of O, The Oprah Magazine's best summer books of 2014. Wright is the author of Instructions for Killing the Jackal (Black Lawrence Press, 2011) and the chapbook Silt (Dancing Girl Press, 2009). Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Blackbird, Crazyhorse, Denver Quarterly, Drunken Boat, From the Fishouse, Gulf Coast, New Orleans Review, and elsewhere. She is a senior editor and the poetry editor at Guernica Magazine and has taught creative writing at Marymount Manhattan College and New York University's continuing studies program. A.J. Swafford ’99, Bell Buckle, Tenn., and wife, Sarah, welcomed daughter, Rachel Louise Swafford, July 13 at 1:06 p.m. She weighed 6 lbs. and 9 oz. She joins big brothers, Caleb and Isaac, and big sister, Anna.

2000s Havan Tucker ’04 and his wife Alicia proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Cora Havan Tucker, on June 21, 2014, in Readyville, Tenn. Havan is technical director with Aerowing in Nashville, Tenn., and Alicia has retired from elementary teaching to devote full time to Cora.

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Darby G. Holladay’s (’88) first novel, a literary thriller entitled The Lupane Legacy, published September 2014. The next novel in the series, The Pyin Protocol, is complete and will publish in the spring of 2015. Darby works at The United States Department of State as a press officer. He is a graduate of The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and resides with his wife Tracy and two children, Tessa and Daniel, in Northern Virginia.

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Dennis R. Young Jr. ’03, Murfreesboro, Tenn., has been working with his dad’s insurance company, Dennis Young Insurance, Inc., for seven years. He has two boys, Robby, age 6, and Dennis III (Tre), age 4. Kristin Bouldin ’07, Greenville, S.C. “I graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a Masters in History in November 2012 and have started my second year teaching history in the Upper School of Christ Church Episcopal School in Greenville, S.C. I am engaged to Jim M. Burford of Greenville, S.C., and we are to be married in June 2015.”

Sarah Jennings ’07, Nashville, Tenn., Webb alumna and Vanderbilt graduate student, released her first single October 2014. The song won the Vandy Star Student Songwriting Competition earlier in 2014. Lamon Records, a Nashville-based label, produced and distributed the song. A video by Karen Linton ’07 promoting “Ultra Violet: Self Portrait”, an album released by Refiner’s Fire, was featured in USA Today on Aug. 13, 2014. She is also the executive producer of the album. Refiner’s Fire is a for-profit independent recorded label founded by her parents, Michael and Janet Linton, and Chris McMurtry. Janet Linton is The Webb School Department of Music chair.

Following are annotated obituaries of alumni who have passed away. To view the announcements in their entirety, visit www. thewebbschool.com/alumni/alumni-home. The Webb School publishes obituaries as they are received from family and friends of alumni. Please submit notices to a_dwebb@webbschool.com. Former Trustee Matt Murfree III, a resident of Murfreesboro, Tenn., a member of the Board of Trustees from 1992-2002, and longtime attorney, died in Washington, District of Columbia, Nov. 5, 2014. He was 70.

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Michael Phillips Munroe ’64, age 68, died Oct. 26 at his home in Nosara, Costa Rica, following a prolonged illness. He was buried in Nosara, and a memorial stone was placed in the family plot in Western Cemetery in Quincy, Fla. (Published in Tallahassee Democrat on Oct. 28, 2014)

Edward Wrightman “Edd ” Hudson ’40, age 91 and a resident of Walling, Tenn., died Nov. 1, 2014. Funeral services were Nov. 4, 2014, at Gum Springs Baptist Church. Burial followed with full military honors by the Veterans Honor Guard at Mt. Pisgah Cemetery.

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Shields Wilson ’39, a resident of Chattanooga, Tenn., died at home on Sept. 11, 2014. A private military burial was held, followed by a memorial service at Rivermont Presbyterian Church on Sept. 20.

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John Logan Stuart ’41, a resident of Oklahoma City, Okla., died on Sept. 14, 2013. A memorial service was held on Sept. 21, 2013, at McNeil's Funeral Service, Mustang, Okla.

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Paul C. Craft ’56, age 76 and a resident of Nashville, Tenn., died Oct. 18, 2014. A service of remembrance was held on Oct. 21 at West End Methodist Church, Nashville.

Stuart James Goldstone ’60, passed away on Oct. 13, 2014, at his home in San Diego, Calif. Services were held at El Camino Cemetery.

Margaret Klopf White ’88, a resident of Oldsmar, Fla., known variously by friends and family as Peggy or Garet, passed away in her sleep on May 15, 2014. A service was held May 23, 2014, at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church in Valrico, Fla. (Published in the Tampa Bay Times on May 25, 2014)


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Letter from the Chairman, Board of Trustees September 2014 Dear Webb Friends, On behalf of the Board of Trustees, I thank everyone in the Webb Community for your support during the past year. The Webb School continues to be strengthened by your loyalty and commitment. As a donor, you clearly understand there is something special about our Webb School that stays with us forever. This year, alumni, parents, grandparents, faculty, staff and friends of the school provided funds that have enabled the school to make marked improvements of which I am very proud. In recognition of the many donors who have generously supported Webb during the past fiscal year (July 1, 2013-June 30, 2014), the Annual Report is included in this magazine. The stories and information you will see in the magazine describe and amplify the initiatives that are supporting our progress. From academics to technology, to capital projects to overall financial stability, I know Webb is succeeding in delivering on its mission. Please celebrate with me the results of Webb’s philanthropic support: The Webb Fund received $531,349 in gifts from 640 donors. These gifts provide critical support to ongoing operational needs and allow Webb to enhance educational opportunities.

Gifts were also made to the endowment, for capital projects and other specific initiatives. These special gifts, when added to The Webb Fund, totaled almost $1.4 million. Thank you! You believe in The Webb School, and your philanthropy is one more way that you are moving our school forward. The recent opening of McClurg Hall is an excellent example of Webb’s “philanthropy at work.” Many donor friends contributed to this valuable and needed building for our students. I hope you will enjoy reading this annual report. It is a positive reflection of all that you do for The Webb School. Sincerely yours,

George E. Pine ’68 Chairman, Board of Trustees

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Mr. George E. Pine, III ’68 Chairman, Board of Trustees Mr. William H. Huddleston, IV ’81 Vice Chairman Mrs. Anne Crick Secretary Mr. Joe Iorio Treasurer Mr. Phillip G. Coop ’66 Mr. Matthias B. “Bricke” Murfree, IV ’96 Mr. N. B. Forrest Shoaf, ’68 Mr. Ruskin “Rusty” A. Vest, Jr. ’72 Mr. H. Lee Woosley, III ’78 BOARD MEMBERS Mr. Keith J. Barton ’75 Mr. J. I. Vance Berry ’72 Mr. W. Andrew Carrington ’83 Mr. Stephen C. Graham ’65 Dr. William G. Hardin, III ’79 Mr. Paul G. Jennings ’88 Mr. D. Glenn Jones ’76

Mr. David B. LaRoche ’98 Mr. John P. Matthews, IV ’78 Mrs. Kelly O’Daniel Mrs. Gwen Jones Owen ’75 Mr. Wayne M. Rogers ’50 Mr. John E. Sawyer, IV ’88 Ms. Ann C. Short ’74 Mr. Bob F. Thompson ’65 Dr. E. Hunter Welles, III ’63 TRUSTEES EMERITI Mr. S. Norfleet Anthony, Jr. ’49 Dr. Lewis M. Branscomb ’43 Mr. Hugh Hunter Byrd ’56 Mrs. William H. Cammack Mr. Ed R. Davies ’49 Mr. Hugh G. Eldredge, Jr. ’48 Mr. R. Walter Hale, III ’61 Mr. Thomas J. Lisenby ’47 Mr. James W. McDonnell, Jr. ’43 Mr. J. Garner Moore, III ’51 Mr. Smith Murphey, IV ’55 Mr. Wilson Sims, Sr. ’42 Mr. Fred S. Singer ’51

Mr. Charles P. “Pick” Stephens ’56 Mr. R. Blair Stephens ’53 Dr. Paul R. Stumb, III ’52 Mrs. Adrienne Trousdale Underhill DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE Mr. Keith Barton ’75 Mr. W. Andrew Carrington ’83 Mr. Phillip G. Coop ’66 Co-Chair Mr. Albert Duling ’64 Ex Officio Mr. Stephen C. Graham ’65 Dr. William G. Hardin, III ’79 Mr. William H. Huddleston, IV ’81 Co-Chair Mr. D. Glenn Jones ’76 Mr. John P. Matthews, IV ‘78 Mrs. Gwen Jones Owen ’75 Mrs. Amy Rogers Ex Officio Mr. Wayne M. Rogers ’50 Mr. Ruskin “Rusty” A. Vest, Jr. ’72 Dr. E. Hunter Welles, III ’63 Mr. H. Lee Woosley, III ’78


Legacy Donor Society

The Legacy Donor Society was established in 2008 to celebrate a distinguished group of true philanthropists within The Webb School community. Expanded in 2013, the Legacy Donor Society recognizes all those who have given $25,000 or more in their lifetimes.*

$1,000,000 and above in total giving Anonymous The late Mr. Frank G. Barton, Jr. ’50 and Mrs. Jane Barton

$500,000 to $999,999 in total giving Anonymous W.R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust Mr. Lukas Lundin The late Mr. James R. Meadows, Jr. ’52 and Mrs. Pat Meadows

The late Mr. and Mrs. William W. Bond, Jr. ’38 The late Mrs. Pinta Huff Harris

Estate of Mr. Lingurn H. Burkhead ’21 Estate of Mr. Markham L. Peacock, Jr. ’21 Estate of Mr. Paul W. Trousdale ’31

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Rogers ’50 Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Stephens ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Ruskin A. Vest, Jr. ’72 The late Mr. and Mrs. W. Bryant Woosley, Sr. ’22

Webb School Parents’ Association

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Walker, III The late Mr. Burch Williams ’35

Estate of Mrs. Drue Clinton Smalling May ’11 Estate of Mr. W. Bryant Woosley, Jr. ’48

Estate of Mr. and Mrs. Sam D. Bell, Jr. ’50 Estate of Mr. Buford Gordon ’22

$250,000 to $499,999 in total giving The late Mr. and Mrs. M. Austin Davis The late Mr. G. Webb Follin, Jr. ’38 and Mrs. Mary C. Follin Hillsdale Fund, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Jenkins ’69 Mr. and Mrs. George E. Pine, III ’68

Estate of Mr. O. B. Andrews Estate of Mr. Cordary E. Brewster ’42 and Mrs. Ann Brewster

$100,000 to $249,999 in total giving Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. William B. Allen Mr. Lee Bagley ’65 and Barnette Bagley Architects Mr. and Mrs. Keith J. Barton ’75 Mr. and Mrs. John T. Bragg, Jr. Prof. and Mrs. Lewis M. Branscomb ’43 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Cammack, Sr. The late Mr. Jac Chambliss ’27 Mr. and Mrs. Phillip G. Coop ’66 The late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Cooper, Sr. ’30 The late Mr. John H. Crichton ’38 and Mrs. Flora Crichton M. Austin Davis Foundation, Inc. The late Mr. Lipscomb Davis and Mrs. Adelaide S. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Albert Duling ’64

Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Alexander ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bear ’59 Lucy and Emily Beasley Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Vance Berry ’72 The Christy-Houston Foundation The late Dr. Robert D. Collins ’45 and Mrs. Elizabeth Collins

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sims, Sr. ’42 The late Mr. Richard G. Smith, Jr. and Mrs. Molly Smith Mr. and Mrs. R. Blair Stephens ’53 Dr. and Mrs. Paul R. Stumb, III ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Bob F. Thompson ’65 Mrs. Adrienne Trousdale Underhill Dr. and Mrs. E. Hunter Welles, III ’63 Wise Family Trust Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Woosley, III ’78

Community Foundation of Greater Memphis Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Cooper, Jr. ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Ed R. Davies ’49 The Dickson Foundation, Inc. The late Mr. Frank Gilliland, Jr. ’45 and Mrs. Tandy Gilliland The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. R. Walter Hale, III ’61 The late Mrs. Ina B. Harrell Mrs. Douglas Henry Mr. and Mrs. J. Murray Hill, II ’75 Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Jones Mr. and Mrs. William S. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin

*Lifetime totals include outright gifts received, exclusive of pledges

Estate of Mr. John B. Hardin ’50 and Mrs. Laetitia Hardin Estate of Mrs. Dorothy McDonald Estate of Mrs. Mary C. Ragland Estate of Mrs. Myrtle C. Rhinehart Estate of Mrs. Margaret T. Smith Estate of Mrs. Catherine Jacobs Wisener ’24

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$50,000 to $99,999 in total giving

Mr. Hugh G. Eldredge, Jr. ’48 Ms. Kathy Follin The Edward E. Ford Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James S. Gilliland ’51 The late Mr. George B. Huddleston, Sr. ’50 and Mrs. Kib Huddleston The late Mr. John S. Jemison, Jr. ’27 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Lassiter, Jr. ’56 Mr. Walter W. Manley ’64 James R. Meadows, Jr. Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James W. McDonnell, Jr. ’43 Mr. Joseph W. Mooney ’83 Mr. and Mrs. J. Garner Moore, III ’51 The late Mr. Pat Munroe ’34 and Mrs. Mary N. Munroe The late Mr. and Mrs. James A. Noe, Jr. ’46 Mr. N.B. Forrest Shoaf ’68 The late Dr. and Mrs. Harrison J. Shull ’27

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Drs. Max and Mary T. Moss Mr. and Mrs. F. Perry Ozburn, Jr. The late Mr. and Mrs. Norfleet H. Rand, Sr. ’30 The late Mr. Theodore A. Reeds ’39 and Mrs. Sally S. Reeds Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Rogers Mr. and Mrs. John E. Sawyer, IV ’88

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Singer ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Bryant B. Skinner, Sr. ’41 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Stephenson, Jr. ’64 The late Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stewart The late Honorable and Mrs. Frank D. Upchurch ’40

Estate of Mr. James J. Ellis ’44 Estate of Mrs. Mary P. Farris Estate of Mr. Neil W. Riley, Sr. Estate of Mr. W. C. Rucker, Jr. ’50 Estate of Mr. Henry C. Shapard ’30

$25,000 to $49,999 in total giving Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. James B. Anderson ’58 Mr. S. Norfleet Anthony, Jr. ’49 Mr. and Mrs. N. Arne Arneson ’58 Dr. and Mrs. John H. Barton, Jr. Ms. Sharon L. Bell ’75 and Mr. Fred Zimmerman Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Broadhead Mr. and Mrs. Carl Buccellato Mr. Hugh Hunter Byrd ’56 Mr. and Mrs. W. Andrew Carrington ’83 The late Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Coker ’24 Mr. Richard C. Colyear The late Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Constantine ’29 Mr. H. Corbin Day The late Dr. John M. Flexner ’44 Mrs. Mary C. Follin Mr. and Mrs. A. Jon Frere Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Goodman Mr. Charles M. and Mrs. Mary D. Grant Foundation Dr. and Mrs. William G. Hardin, III ’79 Dr. and Mrs. J. Brevard Haynes, Jr. ’64 Dr. and Mrs. Davis Henderson ’31

The late Mr. Calvin Houghland, Sr. ’35 and Mrs. Mary Ann Houghland Mr. and Mrs. William H. Huddleston, IV ’81 The late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Jenkins ’27 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Johnson ’75 Dr. Pamela O. Jones and Mr. D. Glenn Jones ’76 The late Mr. and Mrs. Jennings A. Jones Dr. Dae Soon Kim and Mrs. Soo Ryun Lee Mr. and Mrs. David B. LaRoche ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. LaRoche Mr. Samuel L. Lasseter ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Lisenby ’47 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest T. Martin ’57 Mrs. Alyne Q. Massey Mrs. Elaine M. Mathes Mr. John P. Matthews, IV ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Maxwell ’53 Dr. and Mrs. James G. McClure Mr. David B. McElroy ’86 Mr. Michael M. Morgan ’94 Mrs. Louise Shull Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Matthias “Matt” B. Murfree, III Mr. and Mrs. David G. Patterson, Jr. ’63 Parents of Athletes at Webb School

Mr. and Mrs. Norfleet H. Rand, Jr. ’72 Mr. John A. Reddell, Sr. The late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Rucks ’30 The late Mr. and Mrs. O. Strother Simpson ’30 Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sims, Jr. ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Singer ’51 The late Mr. W. Madison Smith ’47 and Mrs. Ada T. Smith The late Mr. Ernest M. Steen ’41 SunTrust Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel H. Tate ’44 The late Mr. Hamilton D. Upchurch, Sr. ’43 and Mrs. Sue Upchurch The Washington Foundation The late Mr. and Mrs. William H. Wemyss Mr. and Mrs. John F. Whorley, Jr. ’79 The late Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Williams Mrs. Julia M. Woodward Mr. T. Allen Wright ’74 Estate of Mrs. Mary J. Buford Estate of Miss Marian J. Crawford Estate of Mr. J. Richard Denton ’43

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In recognition of those individuals giving $5,000 or more to The Webb School for the fiscal year 2013-2014. These gifts include annual fund, endowment and capital gifts.

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Alexander ’68 Mr. and Mrs. J. Buford Anderson ’58 Anonymous Mrs. Jane Barton Mr. and Mrs. Keith J. Barton ’75 Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Vance Berry ’72 Prof. and Mrs. Lewis M. Branscomb ’43 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Broadhead Mr. and Mrs. Benny Burst Mr. and Mrs. W. Andrew Carrington ’83 The late Dr. Robert D. Collins ’45 and Mrs. Elizabeth Collins Mr. and Mrs. Phillip G. Coop ’66 Dr. Andrew O. Donelson ’67 and Ms. April Piston Mr. Hugh G. Eldredge, Jr. ’48 Capt. Robert L. Gibson and Dr. Rhea Seddon Mr. and Mrs. James S. Gilliland ’51 Mr. Robert J. Gilliland ’44 Dr. and Mrs. William G. Hardin, III ’79 Dr. and Mrs. J. Brevard Haynes, Jr. ’64

Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Hon, III ’63 Ms. Amy Jared Mr. Eugene Jared Dr. Pamela O. Jones and Mr. D. Glenn Jones ’76 Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Jones Mr. and Mrs. William S. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Gordon M. Koleznar Mr. and Mrs. David B. LaRoche ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. LaRoche, Jr. Mr. Samuel L. Lasseter ’69 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Lassiter, Jr. ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Manley, II ’64 Mr. and Mrs. John P. Matthews, IV ’78 Mr. and Mrs. James W. McDonnell, Jr. ’43 Mr. Joseph W. Mooney ’83 Mr. and Mrs. J. Garner Moore, III ’51 Mr. and Mrs. John Morris Drs. Max and Mary Moss Dr. and Mrs. Hunter W. Norris Mr. and Mrs. David G. Patterson, Jr. ’63

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Pine, III ’68 Mr. John A. Reddell, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Rogers ’50 Mr. and Mrs. John E. Sawyer, IV ’88 Mr. Lauren M. Shoaf, Sr. Mr. N.B. Forrest Shoaf, ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sims, Sr. ’42 Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Smith, Jr. ’78 Dr. Gary J. Smith and Dr. Ann Evers Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Stephens ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Bob F. Thompson ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Ruskin A. Vest, Jr. ’72 Mr. and Mrs. William W. Walker, III Dr. and Mrs. E. Hunter Welles, III ’63 Mr. H. Lee Woosley, III ’78 and Mrs. Jessica Woosley, ’82


Fiscal Year Summary 2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

Annual Fund Giving:

$456,931

$470,642

$475,230

$566,283

$547,907*

Capital Giving:

$32,500

$30,411

$830,843

$826,008

$479,246

Endowment Giving:

$105,624

$59,519

$239,602

$217,197

$363,567

Total:

$595,055

$560,572

$1,545,675

$1,609,488

$1,390,720

The 1870’s Club

In recognition of 10 or more years of consecutive giving to The Webb School. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Harris (Julie ’95) Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey B. Harwell, Jr. ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Hefner ’56 Mr. and Mrs. R. Earl Hereford, Jr. ’60 Dr. and Mrs. George S. Hester ’52 Mrs. Josephine Derryberry Hoffses ’48 Dr. and Mrs. Lewis B. Holmes ’55 The Honorable Andrew K. Howorth ’74 Mr. and Mrs. George B. Huddleston, Jr. ’76 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Huddleston, IV ’81 Mr. and Mrs. F. Markley Huey ’57 Mr. and Mrs. C. Harper Hulan ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Iorio Dr. and Mrs. William A. James, Jr. ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Carroll C. Johnson ’44 Mr. and Mrs. G. Edwin Johnson, Jr. ’67 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Johnson ’75 Mr. Ralph Jones and Ms. Judith Fogus Mr. and Mrs. William S. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Edward L. Kaplan ’54 Mr. Samuel L. Lasseter ’69 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Lassiter, Jr. ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Lisenby ’47 Mrs. Kathrin D. Lowery ’83 Lucy and Emily Beasley Charitable Trust The Rt. Rev. and Mrs. James R. Mathes ’78 Mr. and Mrs. John P. Matthews, IV ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Maxwell ’53 Dr. and Mrs. James G. McClure Mr. and Mrs. Michael McDonnell, ’57 The Late Mr. James R. Meadows, Jr. ’52 and Mrs. Pat Meadows Dr. and Mrs. Barton Milligan ’47 Mr. Joseph W. Mooney ’83 Mr. and Mrs. J. Garner Moore, III ’51 Drs. Wayne and Dorothy Murphy Mr. and Mrs. William P. Murrey, Jr. ’43 Mr. and Mrs. James E. Nance, III ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Nance ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Joel W. Newcome ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew O’Connell (Kay ’84) Mr. and Mrs. C. Penn Owen, III (Gwen ’75) Mr. and Mrs. F. Ralph Owens, Jr. ’54 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Patterson ’82

* Annual Giving includes The Webb Fund and other restricted operating gifts.

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Pine, III ’68 Dr. and Mrs. Steven Press (Sandra ’85) Mr. and Mrs. Edward K. Prewitt, Jr. ’64 Mr. and Mrs. David S. Prosser, III ’65 Mr. P. Michael Quinn and Ms. Priscilla Van Tries Mr. and Mrs. R. Jeffery Rasnick Dr. Randall Rickard and Dr. Susan Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Rogers ’50 Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sanders Mr. N. B. Forrest Shoaf ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Alden T. Shotwell, Jr. ’43 Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sims, Sr. ’42 Mr. and Mrs. Lunsford R. Smith Mrs. Molly Smith Dr. M. Lee Spangler, II ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Stephens ’56 Mr. and Mrs. R. Blair Stephens ’53 Dr. and Mrs. Paul R. Stumb, III ’52 Mr. Charles C. Summers ’03 Ms. Ellen D. Summers Mr. and Mrs. Richard Suttles (Mandy ’96) Mr. and Mrs. Bob F. Thompson ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Truitt Mr. and Mrs. Davis W. Turner ’79 (Melora ’80) The late Mrs. Mignon Upchurch Mr. and Mrs. Ruskin A. Vest, Jr. ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Walker ’45 Mr. and Mrs. William W. Walker, III Webb School Parents’ Association Dr. and Mrs. E. Hunter Welles, III ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy A. Wells Dr. Henry O. Whiteside, Jr. ’60 and Dr. Karol Kumpfer Mr. and Mrs. Drury F. Williford, Jr. ’47 Dr. and Mrs. William T. Windham Mr. and Mrs. Brian Wofford Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Woodson, III ’69 W. B. Woosley, Jr. Estate Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Woosley, III ’78 (Jessica ’82) Mr. and Mrs. John F. Wyatt, Sr. Mr. Robert N. Yarbrough, Jr. ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis R. Young

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Mr. Charles H. Abernathy ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Alexander ’68 Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. N. Arne Arneson ’58 Mrs. Joyce Atterholt Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Bailey, ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Pendleton G. Baldwin, Jr. ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Keith J. Barton ’75 Mr. and Mrs. J.I. Vance Berry, Jr. ’72 Dr. Edward B. Black Ms. Jacquelyn Boyanton Dr. J. Richard Bruhn ’52 Mr. and Mrs. David P. Buntin ’81 Mr. Hugh Hunter Byrd ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Camp, Jr. ’43 Dr. and Mrs. D. Keith Campbell ’44 Mr. and Mrs. W. Andrew Carrington ’83 Mr. Richard C. Colyear Mr. and Mrs. Phillip G. Coop ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Allen K. Craven ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Cunningham ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Ed R. Davies ’49 Mr. Michael L. DeLisle ’02 The Dickson Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Duling ’64 Mr. and Mrs. John C. B. Earthman ’78 (Mary ’80) Dr. Robert G. Edwards, Jr. ’47 Mr. Hugh G. Eldredge, Jr. ’48 Mrs. Dorothy Elkins Mr. and Mrs. James H. Feldman, Jr. ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Fowler, Jr. ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Francisco ’55 Mr. Robert Lee Gamewell, III ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Eldon S. Gaunt ’43 Mr. and Mrs. James S. Gilliland ’51 Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Goodman, Jr. The late Eleanor Gray Mr. and Mrs. John T. Gray, III ’49 Mr. and Mrs. William E. Griggs Mr. and Mrs. R. Walter Hale, III ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Hardin ’62 Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hardin, III ’79 Dr. Cindy Tang Harris ’92 and Dr. John Harris

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Alumni Gifts

Webb alumni generously gave to Webb this past year, supporting the annual fund, contributing to capital projects, and growing the endowment. These gifts assist almost every area across the school, and continue a cycle of giving whereby current students, faculty, and staff benefit from those who have come before them. Alumni listed below have made cash gifts to one or more areas of the school during the fiscal year. The top five classes based on giving percentage are listed at the end of the report, along with the overall alumni giving percentage and total dollars received. Class giving percentages are calculated as follows: The numerator includes all alumni who made a gift. The denominator includes all active alumni of a given class who graduated from Webb.

Class of 1931 100% Participation Dr. Davis Henderson Class of 1938 50% Participation Mr. Bourne Bean Class of 1939 33% Participation Dr. Dillon E. Mapother Class of 1940 50% Participation Mr. Hunter McDonald, Jr. Class of 1941 33% Participation Mr. Robert T. Lewis, Jr. Mr. William K. Warriner Class of 1942 50% Participation Mr. Wilson Sims, Sr.

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Class of 1943 60% Participation Dr. Lewis M. Branscomb Mr. Frank L. Camp, Jr. Mr. Eldon S. Gaunt Mr. James W. McDonnell, Jr. Mr. William P. Murrey, Jr. Mr. Alden T. Shotwell, Jr.

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Class of 1944 50% Participation Mr. Charles R. Bowen Dr. D. Keith Campbell Mr. Robert J. Gilliland Mr. Carroll C. Johnson Class of 1945 43% Participation Mr. Craig F. Charlton Mr. L. Charles Palmer Mr. Walter P. Walker Class of 1946 50% Participation Mr. William F. Goodman, Jr. Mr. Charles H. Jacobs Mr. Nathaniel O. Murrey

Class of 1947 57% Participation Dr. Robert G. Edwards, Jr. Mr. James E. Hester Mr. John S. Hester Mr. Hugh O. Hunt Mr. Thomas J. Lisenby Dr. Barton Milligan Mr. Richard Schornstein, Jr. Mr. Drury F. Williford, Jr. Class of 1948 117% Participation Mr. Hugh G. Eldredge, Jr. Mr. Richard F. Ellis Mr. Charles W. Fentress Mr. Richard E. Glaze Mrs. Josephine Derryberry Hoffses Mr. William M. McKinney, Jr. Mr. W. Hamilton Smythe, III Class of 1949 56% Participation Dr. Grady S. Clinkscales, Jr. Mr. A. Leslie Clute Mr. Ed R. Davies Mr. John T. Gray, III Mr. Frederick L. Landry Mr. Roy A. Nance Mr. Alden H. Smith, Jr. Dr. Whitman E. Smith, Jr. Mr. Empson E. Walker Class of 1950 75% Participation Mr. and Mrs. William P. Dulaney Mr. John W. Macey Mr. Daniel K. Purdom Mr. Wayne M. Rogers Mr. Brightman J. Skinner, Jr. Mr. H. Briggs Smith Class of 1951 17% Participation Mr. James S. Gilliland Mr. J. Garner Moore, III Class of 1952 63% Participation Dr. J. Richard Bruhn Mr. William R. Hendley Dr. George S. Hester

Mr. Norfleet R. Johnston Dr. Paul R. Stumb, III Class of 1953 23% Participation Mr. James A. Alexander Mr. Paul B. Maxwell Mr. R. Blair Stephens Class of 1954 33% Participation Mr. John G. Doak Dr. Edward L. Kaplan Mr. F. Ralph Owens, Jr. Class of 1955 30% Participation Mr. Peter Q. Claverie Mr. Charles C. Francisco Mr. Walter A. Graham, Jr. Dr. Lewis B. Holmes Mr. Smith Murphey, IV Mr. Warren R. Patterson Class of 1956 53% Participation Mr. John C. Bomar, Sr. Mr. Hugh Hunter Byrd Mr. Joseph W. Hefner Dr. J. Stephen Herring, Jr. Rev. James S. Hornsby Mr. Raford M. Hulan Dr. William A James, Jr. Mr. William H. Lassiter, Jr. Mr. James E. Nance, III Mr. Charles P. Stephens Class of 1957 46% Participation Mr. F. Edward Barker Mr. John A. Chambliss Mr. F. Markley Huey Mr. Ernest T. Martin Mr. Michael McDonnell Dr. Jasper E. Shealy, III Class of 1958 33% Participation Mr. J. Buford Anderson Mr. N. Arne Arneson Mr. Edward B. Maupin, III Dr. Murray R. Summers

Class of 1959 23% Participation Mr. John F. Barbee, Jr. Mr. David N. Christensen Mr. Noble H. Pace, Jr. Class of 1960 29% Participation Anonymous Mr. N. Pruitt Fulmer Mr. Aubrey B. Harwell, Jr. Mr. R. Earl Hereford, Jr. Mr. Robert P. Larkan Dr. Henry O. Whiteside, Jr. Class of 1961 75% Participation Mr. Edward W. Bradley Dr. Kenneth E. Chandler Mr. James A. Gibson Mr. R. Walter Hale, III Mr. David L. Kelley Mr. Paul Marks, Jr. Mr. Mack D. O’Brien, Jr. Mr. Michael C. Shealy Mr. Allen J. Strawbridge, Jr. Class of 1962 44% Participation Mr. Thomas M. Francis Mr. Thomas W. Hardin Dr. George M. Ingram, IV Mr. James B. Lary Class of 1963 29% Participation Mr. William M. Butsch Dr. T. Cole Flournoy Mr. Charles O. Hon, III Mr. David G. Patterson, Jr. Dr. E. Hunter Welles, III Mr. Robert N. Yarbrough, Jr. Class of 1964 30% Participation Mr. Samuel M. Coleman Mr. Albert Duling Mr. Arthur M. Fowler, Jr. Dr. J. Brevard Haynes, Jr Mr. Walter W. Manley, II Mr. Charles M. Moore Mr. Edward K. Prewitt, Jr.


Class of 1965 48% Participation Mr. Lee R. Bagley Mr. Jerry D. Bradshaw Mr. Thomas A. Cooper, Jr. Mr. Thomas Crichton, IV Mr. John P. Crigler, III Mr. Robert A. Cunningham Mr. Stephen C. Graham Mr. David S. Prosser, III Mr. Anthony M. Rampley Mr. Bob F. Thompson Class of 1966 37% Participation Mr. Richard J. Bourgeois Mr. John H. Callow Mr. Thomas A. Chambliss Mr. Phillip G. Coop Mr. Michael I. Dorman Mr. William E. Farris, Sr. Mr. Jere B. Fones Class of 1967 85% Participation Mr. Ford M. Apple, Jr. Dr. C. Markham Berry III Dr. Andrew O. Donelson Mr. William R. Fite, III Mr. William N. Hensel Dr. John R. Howick, Jr. Dr. Michael S. Jennings Mr. G. Edwin Johnson, Jr. Mr. William H. Mayer Mr. J. Mark Rinker Mr. William J. Selig

Class of 1969 39% Participation Mr. Pendleton G. Baldwin, Jr. Mr. Edward M. Banister, III Mr. James H. Feldman, Jr. Mr. Samuel L. Lasseter Mr. Mark A. Mann Mr. Joel W. Newcome Mr. Henry I. Siegel, II

Class of 1970 16% Participation Mr. Fred S. Alexander Mr. Jacob S. Sherman, II Mr. Robert W. Smith Class of 1971 13% Participation Mr. Gordon D. Cerow, II LTC Hilton E. Heineke, III Class of 1972 43% Participation Mr. William L. Abernathy, Jr. Dr. Joe W. Adcock Ms. Deborah S. Atterholt Mr. Jack L. Bailey Mr. J. I. Vance Berry, Jr. Mr. Stephen A. Bonds Mr. Robert E. Gardner, III Mr. Gordon C. Moore, II Mr. Wilson Sims, Jr. Mr. Ruskin A. Vest, Jr. Class of 1973 29% Participation Anonymous Mr. G. Webb Follin, III Mr. Cove H. Norvell Mr. Stephen J. Peters Mr. Harold R. Segroves Class of 1974 31% Participation Dr. David A. Ellis Dr. Charles W. Flexner Hon. Andrew K. Howorth Mr. Stephen P. Lynn Mr. David A. Oates Capt. S. Michael Powell Dr. J. David Rozzell, Jr. Mrs. Jane Johnson Sevier Mr. Tripp C. Wesley, III Dr. Timothy A. Wilson Mr. T. Allen Wright Class of 1975 37% Participation Anonymous Mr. Dan B. Andrews, Jr. Mr. Keith J. Barton Ms. Sharon L. Bell Mr. Gordon P. Burkhead, II Mr. W. Howard Cammack, Jr. Mr. Jack D. Fleischer Mr. Holt Hall Mr. David R. Harwell Mr. Elmore Hill, Jr. Mrs. Deborah Roberts Horst Mr. John M. Johnson Mrs. Gwen P. Jones Owen

Ms. Cynthia Melson Rothschild Mr. Gerald E. Sheridan, Jr. Mr. Dennis R. Spain Class of 1976 12% Participation Mr. George B. Huddleston, Jr Mr. William C. Johnson Mr. D. Glenn Jones Class of 1977 7% Participation Mr. Charles H. Abernathy Mr. Charles L. Palmer Class of 1978 23% Participation Anonymous Mr. Crit Currie Mr. Fred L. Hoover, III Mr. W. Haynes Knight, Jr. Mr. John P. Matthews, IV Ms. Dawn Shepherd Mr. Donald E. Smith, Jr. Mr. G. Hamilton Woods Mr. H. Lee Woosley, III Class of 1979 18% Participation Mr. John G. Blount Mr. Morris C. Flexner Dr. William G. Hardin, III Ms. Mary P. Lynn Levan Mr. Davis W. Turner Ms. Lesley Rhodes Ward Class of 1980 19% Participation Anonymous Dr. Sara L. Bomar Mrs. Martha Derryberry Condra Mrs. Terri Lovelace Savage Mrs. Melora Wilkins Turner Mr. Robert B. Turner Mrs. Elizabeth Williams Willis Class of 1981 29% Participation Mr. Martin L. Bartlett Mr. David P. Buntin Mr. Robert H. Franke, Jr. Mr. Miles D. Harper, III Dr. Elizabeth N. Huddleston Mr. William H. Huddleston, IV Mr. Imre A. Lagler Mr. James H. Zoes Class of 1982 21% Participation Mr. G. William Coble, III Mr. E. Scott Daves Mr. Paul G. Jennings Mrs. Leigh Lewis-Butler Mr. Jeffrey R. Patterson

Mr. J. Lee Redd, III Mr. Grattan W. Rowland, III Mr. Samuel R. Tremaine Mrs. Jessica Delbridge Woosley Class of 1983 32% Participation Mrs. Karin Alexander Bailey Mr. Mark J. Bailey Mr. W. Andrew Carrington Ms. Mary Chamberlin Mr. J. Robert English, III Ms. Pamela W. Harrison Mr. Douglas B. Havron Mr. Zsolt J. Lagler Mrs. Kathrin McClain Lowery Mr. Joseph W. Mooney Mr. James R. Pfaff Class of 1984 14% Participation Mr. Stuart K. Anderson Mr. Kirt L. Mills Mrs. Kay Cunningham O’Connell Mr. Scot C. St. John Class of 1985 12% Participation Ms. Constance E. Cox Mr. Benjamin C. Huddleston Mr. Lance J. McKnight Mr. Robert B. Mifflin, Jr. Mrs. Sandra P. Berns Press Class of 1986 12% Participation Mr. William H. Davis Ms. Barbara A. Grobicki Mr. Matthew E. Hull Mr. Michael S. Mathay Mr. David B. McElroy Class of 1987 14% Participation Mr. Irvin Ashford, Jr. Mr. Randal E. Brown, Jr. Mr. J. Coleman Bryars Mr. Charles E. Goodman, III Mr. David L. Hudson, Jr. Dr. Robert P. Tuma, Jr. Class of 1988 28% Participation Anonymous Dr. Elizabeth B. Boggan Dr. Angela K. Burns Ms. Lisa Y. Freeman Clemmer Ms. Joy M. Hord Mrs. EnaShea Bramblett Kohler Mr. Paul T. Martin Mr. C. Kevin Merritt Mrs. Johanna McRady Richardson Mr. John H. Richardson Mrs. Natalie Isom Sansom

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Class of 1968 63% Participation Mr. Charles P. Alexander Dr. Grady L. Blackwood, Jr. Mr. Allen K. Craven Dr. Eric J. Forsbergh Mr. Robert L. Gamewell, III Mr. B. Carter Harrison Mr. Thomas A. Hawkins, Jr. Mr. Robert B. Lee Mr. Philip H. Neal Mr. Robert V. Nelson, Jr. Mr. George E. Pine, III Mr. Charles D. Rucks Mr. N. B. Forrest Shoaf Mr. John Holmes Smith, IV Mr. Dennis M. Woodson, II

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Mr. John E. Sawyer, IV Ms. Katherine Schnorrenberg Class of 1989 17% Participation Mr. James G. Anderson Mr. Albert J. Bart, II Mr. Hassel B. Smith, III Dr. Ethan W. Tolbert Class of 1990 10% Participation Mr. Julie Newton Anderson Mr. John J. Goodman Mr. Jennings H. Jones Class of 1991 5% Participation Mr. Derek T. Hasty Class of 1992 19% Participation Mr. A. Scott Arnold Dr. J. Wade Gaither Dr. Cindy Tang Harris Mr. Brent C. Holden Mr. Curtis J. Jenkins Mrs. Elisabeth Nemeth Morgan Mr. Jeremy L. Nichols Class of 1993 7% Participation Mr. Benjamin W. Blakeley Mrs. Jennifer Rupley Smith

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Class of 1994 18% Participation Mrs. Alexandra Bramblett Burlason Mr. John C. Haynes Dr. Erin E. Craig Henrick Mr. Joshua B. Henrick Mrs. Amber Edwards Luttrell Mr. Michael M. Morgan Mr. David Tang Class of 1995 13% Participation Ms. Julie Yamamoto Harris Mrs. Anne-Marie Honeycutt-Martin Mrs. Amy Brown Mitchell Mrs. Sandi Jobe Puett

Class of 1996 14% Participation Mr. C. Harper Hulan Mr. Frederick M. Landry Mr. Adam L. Morgan Mrs. Amanda M. Heck Suttles Mrs. Anne C. Bragg Warren Mr. Adam T. Yifru Class of 1997 2% Participation Dr. M. Lee Spangler, II Class of 1998 22% Participation Mrs. Bettina Langhorst Gude Mr. M. Clint Hall Mr. David B. LaRoche Mr. Gerrit F. Merkel Mr. P. Davis Murfree Mrs. Hillary Turrentine Spiller Mr. W. Wade Sutton, Jr. Class of 1999 27% Participation Ms. Lauren A. Alexander Mrs. Whitney Hazelwood Brough Mr. Nelson M. Byrd Mrs. Laurel Callow Mastin Mr. Adam G. Province Dr. Dorsey A. Rickard Mr. Akshat R. Sarvaria Mr. Stuart M. Smith Mr. A. J. Swafford Mrs. Nora A. Goodman Walsh Ms. Erica A. Wright Class of 2000 16% Participation Mr. Christopher J. Davis Mr. Reid B. Gillam Mr. Jordan A. Howell Mr. Wesley S. LeBlanc Mrs. Miranda Morrison Morton Mr. Nathaniel W. Robinson Class of 2001 10% Participation Mr. Michael S. Johnson, Jr. Mr. Matthew J. Oehlmann Mr. Nicholas W. Spangler Mrs. Rachel L. Layman Spangler

Class of 2002 18% Participation Mr. H. Wilson Brockman, III Mr. Michael L. DeLisle Mr. Theodore W. Goodman Lt. Samuel D. Kennedy, III Mr. Jeffrey E. T. Rupley Class of 2003 15% Participation Mrs. Caitlin Roberts Jennings Ms. Rachel A. Jennings Mr. Thomas H. Jennings Mrs. Susan Dyer Kane Mrs. Rachel Vest Kennedy Mr. Byron D. MacDougall Mr. Charles C. Summers Class of 2004 11% Participation Mrs. Margaux Bray Glancy Mr. George B. Huddleston, III Dr. Aditya R. Sarvaria Mr. Havan Tucker Class of 2005 9% Participation Mr. Hudson T. Byrd Ms. Sarah S. DeLisle Mr. Michael T. Lochmondy Mr. Charles F. Spurlock, III Class of 2006 15% Participation Mr. Bartholomew S. Badgett Ms. Mallory J. Brink Ms. Carolyn B. Goodman Ms. Alison C. Jones Mr. Naveen C. Reddy Class of 2007 6% Participation Ms. Sarah A. Jennings Ms. Samantha A. Myers

Class of 2011 15% Participation Mr. Austen J. Kiser Mr. Tyler R. Lewis Mr. Vijay Putatunda Mr. Benjamin H. Riggs Ms. Caroline E. Smith Mr. Matthew S. Steele Mr. Phillip R. Warden Class of 2012 7% Participation Ms. Erin E. Aliquo Mr. Kyle S. Poulicek Mr. Ryan A. Pryor Mr. Kaleb T. Tilton Class of 2013 2% Participation Ms. Marina L. Kiser Senior Class of 2014 Mr. Robert W. Cortner Miss Jenna K. Davis Mr. Ce “Charles” Li Mr. Adam Mansell Mr. Daniel Monroy Mr. Robert Ben Morris Miss Anna C. Pryor Miss Ruth E. Watson

Total Alumni Participation = 21% Total Alumni Giving = $905,547 Top 5 classes: 1948 1931 1967 1950 1961

Class of 2008 3% Participation Lt. Luke C. Corley Class of 2010 2% Participation Mr. Rion S. Steele

Webb Employee Gifts

Ms. Shelley Akers Mr. and Mrs. Scott Allen Mr. and Mrs. Neil A. Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bennett 34 Mr. and Mrs. Tomas Berzinskas

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Broadhead Ms. Jacquelyn Boyanton Mr. and Mrs. Joe Camp Dr. Jackie Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cimino-Hurt

Ms. April Cline Ms. Ruth Cordell Mr. and Mrs. James Cordero Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cox Mr. and Mrs. Brian Crockett

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Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Donovan Mr. and Mrs. Scott Dorsett Mrs. Dorothy Elkins Mr. and Mrs. Jamison Fee Mr. Adam Feldbruegge Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Frommeyer Mr. and Mrs. James Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Michael Harris Mr. and Mrs. David Hazelwood Mr. and Mrs. Mark Howell Mr. Rajiv Hudek and Mrs. Parimala Patchalla Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Imboden Mr. and Mrs. Joe Iorio Ms. Melissa James Mr. and Mrs. Michael Johnson Mr. Ralph E. Jones and Ms. Judith Fogus Mr. and Mrs. Jason Joslin Mrs. Elizabeth Lagler Dr. and Mrs. Michael Linton Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Little

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Will Mallory Mr. Larry Miller Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. William Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Adam Morgan Dr. and Mrs. Dennis Mullen Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nichols Dr. and Mrs. Hunter W. Norris Ms. Kelly Northrup and Mr. Jon Chicken Mr. Kelvin Nunley Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Pryor Mr. P. Michael Quinn and Ms. Priscilla Van Tries Mr. and Mrs. R. Jeffery Rasnick Mr. William A. Rice Mr. J. Mike Rodgers Mr. Teddy Schaffer Ms. Pamela Sexton Seals Mr. and Mrs. Lunsford R. Smith Mr. Ron Smith and Ms. Edwina Chilton

Ms. Emily Stubljar Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Swafford Mr. Zachary T. Swope Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Townes Mr. and Mrs. Sam Truitt Ms. Karla Vogt Ms. Diane Wang Mr. and Mrs. Dan Williams Mr. Matt Wilson Ms. Lea Anne Windham Mr. and Mrs. Brian Wofford Ms. Sue V. Wood Ms. Kelly Wyatt Ms. Ella Yates Mr. and Mrs. Dennis R. Young Total Faculty Participation = 100% Total Employee Giving = $44,904

Parent Gifts

Webb gratefully acknowledges the contributions that all parents and grandparents make in order for their children to attend Webb. Class parent giving percentages are calculated as follows: The numerator includes any parent or guardian who donated to Webb, and the denominator includes the number of family units (one or more children) currently at Webb.

CLASS OF 2015 44% Participation Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. James G. Anderson Dr. and Mrs. Steven W. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Gordon Dr. Ramesh Gowda and Dr. Arundati Ramesh Dr. and Mrs. William G. Hardin, III Dr. Michael Hoover and Dr. Diane Bruner Drs. Aldo and Jeanette Ilarde Mr. and Mrs. Joe Iorio Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. William Livengood Mr. and Mrs. Michael McAndrew Mr. and Mrs. Juan D. Reyes Mr. and Mrs. John Schroeder Dr. Moo Gon Son and Dr. Kyeongweon Jeong Mr. and Mrs. Steven G. Tilton Mr. Dan Townes Ms. Natalie Townes Dr. Dianne Watson and Mr. Michael Watson Mr. and Mrs. Vandy D. Young CLASS OF 2016 48% Participation Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Cannon

Mr. and Mrs. David Coffey Dr. and Mrs. Steven W. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Jamey Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. D’Antonio, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Devin Dodson Dr. and Mrs. Martin Fiala Mr. and Mrs. Joe Flanigan Mr. and Mrs. Salim S. Gowani Dr. Sonya King and Mr. Phil King Mr. Yunjun Li and Mrs. Yongping Shi Mr. and Mrs. Michael McAndrew Ms. Karyn Menck Mr. and Mrs. Adam L. Morgan Drs. Max and Mary Moss Dr. and Mrs. T. Gerald O’Daniel, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Dapo Omitowoju Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Paffrath Mrs. Susan R. Reavis Mr. and Mrs. Kyle T. Segroves Mr. and Mrs. David Sells Drs. Harold and Grace Speer Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Tuma, Jr. Dr. Robert T. Walsh and Dr. Sandra Knuth Mr. and Mrs. Doug Wilson Ms. Lea Anne Windham Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wright

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CLASS OF 2014 38% Participation Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Don J. Aliquo Mr. and Mrs. James G. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. J. Clay Beach Mr. and Mrs. Benny Burst Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd M. Davis Mr. and Mrs. James V. DiSanto Mr. and Mrs. Jamison Fee Mr. and Mrs. Winky Groover Ms. Melissa James Dr. Pamela O. Jones and Mr. D. Glenn Jones Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Hunter W. Norris Mr. Cove Norvell and Ms. Lorraine Ardaiz Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Pryor Ms. Melissa Smith Mrs. Diana L. Sudduth Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Tuma, Jr. Dr. Robert T. Walsh and Dr. Sandra Knuth Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Warden Dr. Dianne Watson and Mrs. Michael Watson Ms. Elizabeth Williams Willis Mr. and Mrs. James G. Zumwalt (Parent Captains)

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CLASS OF 2017 40% Participation Mr. and Mrs. J. Clay Beach Mr. and Mrs. Ron D. Booth Drs. Aldo and Jeanette Ilarde Dr. Janolyn J. King and Mr. Patrick B. King Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lee Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Little Mr. and Mrs. Manu Mansharamani Mr. and Mrs. John P. Matthews, IV Mr. and Mrs. Michael McAndrew Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Mifflin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Andrey Shults Dr. Gary J. Smith and Dr. Ann Evers Dr. Aondover A. Tarhule and Dr. Rozemarijn Tarhule-Lips Mr. Dan Townes Ms. Natalie Townes Mr. Tianrong Wang Dr. Dianne Watson and Mr. Michael Watson Mr. Yiqiang Zhang and Mrs. Zhi Sun Mr. and Mrs. James G. Zumwalt (Parent Captains) CLASS OF 2018 60% Participation Mr. and Mrs. James L. Bryant

Mr. and Mrs. Drew A. Clum Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Cocanougher Mr. and Mrs. Wade Crick Mr. John W. Duncan Dr. and Mrs. Michael E. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Jamison Fee Mr. and Mrs. William B. Keathley Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kilpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. Kiser Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Nafrada Dr. and Mrs. Hunter W. Norris Mr. and Mrs. Dharmendra K. Patel Mr. and Mrs. Juan D. Reyes Dr. and Mrs. Christopher Rone Dr. and Mrs. Mark R. Russell Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Simons Ms. Melissa Smith Mr. and Mrs. James I. Williams, III Mr. and Mrs. Jason Williams CLASS OF 2019 67% Participation Anonymous Ms. Kathy Beckett Ms. Jacquelyn R. Boyanton Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Coleman, Jr.

Ms. Jennifer Garland Drs. Aldo and Jeanette Ilarde Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Mifflin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer G. Miller Dr. Ukpong Nwankwo and Mr. Geoffrey Nwankwo Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Paffrath Mr. and Mrs. Rick D. Peppers, Sr. Dr. Richard M. Pokorny and Dr. Robyn Stinnett Mrs. Susan R. Reavis Mr. and Mrs. Kyle T. Segroves Mr. and Mrs. Scot C. St. John Mr. and Mrs. James G. Zumwalt (Parent Captains) CLASS OF 2020 31% Participation Mr. and Mrs. Tony M. Hortert Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Nafrada Mrs. Carialeen Pugh Dr. and Mrs. Christopher Rone Total Parent Participation = 41% Total Parent Giving = $133,158

Current Grandparent Gifts Mr. and Mrs. Richard Austin Mr. and Mrs. Terry Avent Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bender Mr. and Mrs. Donald Billings Mr. and Mrs. S. Gartrell Blackmon Mr. Richard E. Bowman Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Zane Cantrell Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cocanougher Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Coffey Ms. Peggy F. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cox

Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. D’Antonio, Sr. Mrs. Ann A. Hardin Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth House Mr. Eugene Jared Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lewis Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Matthews, III Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Mifflin, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John Morris Mrs. Marty LaRoche Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nixon Mrs. Janice Pryor Mr. and Mrs. Delvin Rapp

Mr. John Reddell, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Robinson Mr. and Mrs. John Scott Ms. Julia Smartt Mrs. May Beth Smith Mr. and Mrs. James P. Watts Dr. and Mrs. William T. Windham Total Grandparent Participation = 12% Total Grandparent Giving = $45,982

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Annual gifts are the majority of gifts received each year from donors. They allow the school to offer additional educational opportunities, and provide resources beyond tuition. This year, annual gifts include operating gifts to The Webb Fund and other restricted areas. Sawney Webb Fellow ($10,000 - Above) Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Vance Berry, Jr. The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation Mr. Eugene Jared Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Jones James R. Meadows, Jr. Foundation Mrs. Pat Meadows * Gift in kind

Mr. Joseph W. Mooney Mr. John A. Reddell, Sr. The late Mrs. Mignon (Tis) Upchurch Mr. and Mrs. Ruskin A. Vest, Jr. Warren County Orthodontics, PLLC Webb School Parents’ Association John M. Webb Fellow ($5,000 - $9,999)

Anonymous Mrs. Jane Barton Mr. and Mrs. Keith J. Barton Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Broadhead Mr. and Mrs. Benny Burst Mr. and Mrs. W. Andrew Carrington Mr. and Mrs. Phillip G. Coop M. Austin Davis Foundation, Inc. Mr. Hugh G. Eldredge, Jr. Ms. Amy Jared

Dr. Pamela O. Jones and Mr. D. Glenn Jones Mr. and Mrs. Gordon M. Koleznar Mr. Samuel L. Lasseter Mr. and Mrs. J. Garner Moore, III Mr. and Mrs. John Morris Parents of Athletes at Webb School Mr. and Mrs. David G. Patterson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Pine, III Mr. Lauren M. Shoaf, Sr.


Mr. N. B. Forrest Shoaf Dr. Gary J. Smith and Dr. Ann Evers Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Bob F. Thompson Dr. and Mrs. E. Hunter Welles, III Son Will Webb Fellow ($2,500 - $4,999) Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. N. Arne Arneson Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Blakeley Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Cooper, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed R. Davies Mr. and Mrs. Albert Duling Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Gardner, III Mr. and Mrs. R. Walter Hale, III Dr. and Mrs. William G. Hardin, III Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Hon, III Mr. Jordan A. Howell Mr. Yunjun Li and Mrs. Yongping Shi Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Martin Mr. and Mrs. C. Kevin Merritt Mr. Larry Miller Mr. Michael M. Morgan Dr. and Mrs. T. Gerald O’Daniel, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Sawyer, IV Mrs. Molly Smith Dr. and Mrs. Paul R. Stumb, III Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Woosley, III

* Gift in kind

Women’s Health Specialists, PLLC Mr. Adam T. Yifru Mr. and Mrs. Dennis R. Young Mr. Yiqiang Zhang and Mrs. Zhi Sun A. Jon Frere Supporter ($1 - $999) Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. William L. Abernathy, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Joe W. Adcock Ms. Shelley Akers Alabama Land Title Company, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. James A. Alexander Ms. Lauren A. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Don J. Aliquo Ms. Erin E. Aliquo Mr. and Mrs. Scott Allen Mr. and Mrs. James G. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Stuart K. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Andrews, Sr. Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. A. Scott Arnold Mr. Irvin Ashford, Jr. Ms. Deborah S. Atterholt Mrs. Joyce R. Atterholt Mr. and Mrs. Richard Austin Averwater Construction, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Averwater Mr. Bartholomew S. Badgett Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Bagley Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Pendleton G. Baldwin, Jr. Mr. Edward M. Banister, III Mr. John F. Barbee, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. F. Edward Barker Mr. and Mrs. Neil A. Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Bart, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Bartlett Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Barton Mr. and Mrs. Bourne Bean Ms. Kathy Beckett Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bender Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Tomas Berzinskas Mr. and Mrs. William R. Bevels Mrs. Eloise T. Bibb Mr. and Mrs. Donald Billings Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Birthright Dr. and Mrs. James F. Bishop Dr. Edward B. Black Mr. and Mrs. S. Gartrell Blackmon Ms. Elizabeth B. Boggan Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bomar, Sr. Dr. Sara L. Bomar Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Bonds Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bondurant Mr. and Mrs. Ron D. Booth Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Bowen

Mr. Richard E. Bowman Ms. Jacquelyn Boyanton Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Bradshaw Mr. and Mrs. John T. Bragg, Jr. Ms. Mallory J. Brink Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brink Mr. H. Wilson Brockman, III Mr. and Mrs. Jock A. Brough Mr. and Mrs. Randal E. Brown, Jr. Dr. J. Richard Bruhn Mr. and Mrs. James L. Bryant, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Bryar Mr. and Mrs. J. Coleman Bryars Mr. and Mrs. David P. Buntin Mr. Gordon P. Burkhead, II Dr. Angela K. Burns Mr. and Mrs. Wes Butler Mr. William M. Butsch Mr. Hudson T. Byrd Mr. Nelson M. Byrd Mrs. Bette Ray Callow Mr. John H. Callow Mr. and Mrs. W. Howard Cammack, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Camp, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Camp Dr. and Mrs. D. Keith Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Cannon Ms. Diannah Carrington Mr. Gordon D. Cerow, II Ms. Mary E. Chamberlin Mr. Thomas A. Chambliss Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Chandler Dr. Jackie Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Craig F. Charlton D. F. Chase, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Chase Mr. and Mrs. David N. Christensen Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cimino-Hurt Class of 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Q. Claverie Mr. Lee Clemmer and Mrs. Lisa Freeman Clemmer Ms. April Cline Mr. and Mrs. Drew A. Clum Mr. A. Leslie Clute Mr. and Mrs. G. William Coble, II Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cocanougher Mr. and Mrs. David C. Coffey Mrs. Charlotte E. Coleman Ms. Peggy F. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Coleman, Jr. Mr. Samuel M. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Condra Mr. Patrick Cook and Ms. Joy M. Hord Dr. and Mrs. Steven W. Cooper Mrs. Suzanne E. Cooper Ms. Ruth Cordell Mr. and Mrs. James Cordero Lt. Luke C. Corley Mr. Robert W. Cortner

Fall - Winter 2014 - 2015

G. Webb Follin Fellow ($1,000 - $2,499) Abren Consulting Corporation Mr. and Mrs. J. Buford Anderson Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Andrews, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Avent Mr. and Mrs. J. Clay Beach Blue Ribbon Cleaners* Mrs. Linda W. Bramblett Mrs. Alexandra E. Burlason Mrs. Elizabeth Burns Mr. Hugh Hunter Byrd Mr. and Mrs. Zane Cantrell Mr. Bill Carrington Mr. G. William Coble, III Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Cocanougher Mr. Richard C. Colyear Community Foundation of Greater Memphis Cumberland Sinus & Allergy, PC The Dickson Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James V. DiSanto Mr. John W. Duncan Dr. and Mrs. Martin Fiala Mr. and Mrs. Joe Flanigan Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Francisco Dr. and Mrs. William J. Freeman Mr. and Mrs. John T. Gray, III Mrs. Ann A. Hardin

Mr. and Mrs. David Hazelwood Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Hill, Jr. The Honorable Andrew K. Howorth Mr. and Mrs. William H. Huddleston, IV Mr. and Mrs. C. Harper Hulan Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Jennings Jewish Foundation of Nashville Mr. and Mrs. G. Edwin Johnson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. William S. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Christopher O. Kohler Lands’ End Mr. and Mrs. William H. Lassiter, Jr. Lucy and Emily Beasley Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Ernest T. Martin Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin Mr. and Mrs. John P. Matthews, IV Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Maxwell Mr. and Mrs. Michael McAndrew Dr. and Mrs. James G. McClure Mr. and Mrs. James W. McDonnell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael McDonnell Dr. and Mrs. Barton Milligan Drs. Max and Mary Moss Mr. and Mrs. Smith Murphey, IV Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nixon Dr. and Mrs. Hunter W. Norris Mr. and Mrs. C. Penn Owen, III Dr. and Mrs. Steven Press Mr. Doug Puett and Mrs. Sandi Jobe Puett Mr. and Mrs. Juan D. Reyes Dr. Randall Rickard and Dr. Susan T. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. John Schroeder Dr. and Mrs. Jasper E. Shealy, III Mr. and Mrs. Jacob S. Sherman, II Mr. Lauren M. Shoaf, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Simon Mr. Chris Simonsen and Ms. Mary Follin Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sims, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sims, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Lunsford R. Smith Mr. and Mrs. W. Hamilton Smythe, III Dr. Moo Gon Son and Dr. Kyeongweon Jeong SunTrust Foundation Dr. Aondover A. Tarhule and Dr. Rozemarijn Tarhul-Lips The Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Dr. Robert T. Walsh and Dr. Sandra Knuth Mr. Tianrong Wang Wilcox & Associates Mr. Matt Wilson Dr. Timothy A. Wilson

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Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cox Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cox Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crichton, IV Mr. and Mrs. Wade Crick Mr. J. Peyton Crigler and Dr. Arlene A. Amidon Mr. and Mrs. Brian Crockett Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Cunningham Mr. F. Crittenden Currie Mr. and Mrs. Jamey Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. D’Antonio, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. D’Antonio, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. E. Scott Daves Mr. Christopher J. Davis Miss Jenna K. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd M. Davis Mr. William H. Davis Mr. Michael L. DeLisle Ms. Sarah S. DeLisle Mr. and Mrs. John G. Doak Mr. and Mrs. Devin Dodson Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Donovan Mr. and Mrs. C. Scott Dorsett Mr. and Mrs. William P. Dulaney Dr. and Mrs. Michael E. Edwards Dr. Robert G. Edwards, Jr. Mr. Stefan Eitzinger and Ms. Constance E. Cox Mrs. Dorothy Elkins Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Ellis Mr. J. Robert English, III Mrs. JoAnne Fahey-Ivie Mr. and Mrs. William E. Farris, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jamison Fee Mr. Adam Feldbruegge Mr. James H. Feldman, Jr. and Ms. Sharon Sigal Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Fentress Mrs. Doris T. Fleischer Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Fleischer Dr. Charles W. Flexner and Ms. Carol Braun Mr. and Mrs. Morris C. Flexner Dr. and Mrs. T. Cole Flournoy Mr. G. Webb Follin, III Mrs. Mary C. Follin Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Follis Mr. Jere B. Fones Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Fowler, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Francis Mr. Robert H. Franke, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. A. Jon Frere Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Frommeyer Mr. and Mrs. N. Pruitt Fulmer Dr. and Mrs. J. Wade Gaither Mr. Robert L. Gamewell, III Mr. and Mrs. James Garcia Ms. Jennifer Garland Lt. Col. and Mrs. Larry N. Gaudet Mr. Eldon S. Gaunt The Generosity Trust Mr. Reid B. Gillam Mr. and Mrs. Chris Glancy * Gift in kind

Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Glaze Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Gooch, Jr. Miss Carolyn B. Goodman Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Goodman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Goodman, III Mr. and Mrs. John J. Goodman Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. Goodman Mr. and Mrs. William F. Goodman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Goodner Mr. and Mrs. Garrett S. Gordon, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Salim S. Gowani Dr. Ramesh Gowda and Dr. Arundati Ramesh Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Graham Mr. and Mrs. Timothy H. Graham Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Graham, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Griggs Mr. and Mrs. Michael Grissom Ms. Barbara A. Grobicki Mr. and Mrs. Winky Groover Mr. and Mrs. Harald Gude Mr. and Mrs. Clint Hall Mr. and Mrs. Holt Hall Ms. Elizabeth A. Hardin Mrs. John B. Hardin Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Hardin Mr. Miles D. Harper, III Drs. John and Cindy Harris Mr. and Mrs. Michael Harris Ms. Pamela W. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey B. Harwell, Jr. Mr. David R. Harwell Mr. and Mrs. Derek T. Hasty Mrs. Barbara Hatchett Mr. and Mrs. Douglas B. Havron Mrs. Maria B. Heffner Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Hefner Lt. Col. and Mrs. Hilton E. Heineke, III Dr. and Mrs. Davis Henderson Mr. and Mrs. William R. Hendley Dr. Erin E. Henrick and Mr. Joshua Henrick Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hereford, Jr. Heritage Jewelers Dr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Herring, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. George S. Hester Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hester Mr. John S. Hester Mrs. Josephine Derryberry Hoffses Mr. and Mrs. Brent C. Holden Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Holliman Dr. and Mrs. Lewis B. Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Hoover, III Dr. Michael Hoover and Dr. Diane Bruner Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Horst Mr. and Mrs. Tony M. Hortert Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth House Mr. and Mrs. Mark Howell Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin C. Huddleston

Dr. Elizabeth N. Huddleston and Ms. Wendy Wieber Mr. and Mrs. George B. Huddleston, III Mr. Rajiv M.D. Hudek and Ms. Parimala Patchalla Mr. David L. Hudson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. F. Markley Huey Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D. Huffaker, III Mrs. Buckner L. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hulan, III Mr. Matthew E. Hull Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Hugh O. Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Imboden Dr. George M. Ingram, IV Mr. and Mrs. Joe Iorio Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Jacobs Ms. Melissa James Dr. and Mrs. William A. James, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis J. Jenkins Ms. Rachel A. Jennings Ms. Sarah A. Jennings Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Jennings Mr. and Mrs. Carroll C. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Johnson, Jr. Dr. Sue Johnson Mr. and Mrs. William C. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Norfleet R. Johnston Ms. Alison C. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Hugh G. M. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Jennings H. Jones Mr. Ralph Jones and Ms. Judith Fogus Mr. and Mrs. Jason Joslin Mr. Timothy Kaltenbach Mrs. Susan D. Kane Dr. and Mrs. Edward L. Kaplan Mr. and Mrs. William B. Keathley Mr. David L. Kelley Lt. and Mrs. Samuel D. Kennedy, III Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kilpatrick Dr. Janolyn J. King and Mr. Patrick B. King Dr. Sonya King and Mr. Phil King Mr. Austen J. Kiser Miss Clarice M. Kiser Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. Kiser Miss Marina L. Kiser Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Klepzig Mr. W. Haynes Knight, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. John W. Kraus Mrs. Elizabeth Lagler Mr. Imre A. Lagler Mr. Zsolt J. Lagler Mr. Frederick L. Landry Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. Landry Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Larkan Mr. and Mrs. David B. LaRoche Mr. James B. Lary Mr. and Mrs. David Latham Mr. and Mrs. Wesley S. LeBlanc Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lee

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Miss Maggi Vaughn Ms. Karleen D. Vogt Mr. and Mrs. Empson E. Walker Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Walker Mr. and Mrs. Ken Walsh Ms. Diane Wang Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Ward Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Warden Mr. Phillip R. Warden Mr. and Mrs. William C. Warren Mr. William K. Warriner Dr. Dianne Watson and Mr. Michael Watson Mr. and Mrs. James P. Watts Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Webb, Jr. Dr. Thompson Webb, III Mr. and Mrs. Tripp C. Wesley, III Rev. and Mrs. Peter J. Whalen Dr. Henry O. Whiteside, Jr. and Ms. Karol Kumpfer Mr. and Mrs. Larry Whitlock Mr. and Mrs. James I. Williams, III Mr. and Mrs. Jason Williams Mr. and Mrs. Dan Williams Mrs. Jean A. Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Drury F. Williford, Jr. Ms. Elizabeth Williams Willis Mrs. Deborah Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Doug Wilson Ms. Lea Anne Windham Dr. and Mrs. William T. Windham Mr. and Mrs. Brian Wofford Ms. Sue V. Wood Mr. and Mrs. G. Hamilton Woods Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Woodson, II Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Woodson, III Mr. George D. Woodward Ms. Erica A. Wright Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wright Mr. and Mrs. John F. Wyatt, Sr. Ms. Kelly Wyatt Mr. Robert N. Yarbrough, Jr. Ms. Ella Yates Mr. and Mrs. Vandy D. Young Mr. James H. Zoes Mr. and Mrs. James G. Zumwalt

10,000 – Above Mr. and Mrs. J. Buford Anderson ’58 Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Keith J. Barton ’75 Prof. and Mrs. Lewis M. Branscomb ’43 Branscomb Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Phillip G. Coop ’66 M. Austin Davis Foundation, Inc. * Gift in kind

Capt. Robert L. Gibson and Dr. Rhea Seddon Dr. and Mrs. J. Brevard Haynes, Jr. ’64 Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Jones Mr. and Mrs. David B. LaRoche ’98 Mr. Joseph W. Mooney ’83 Mr. and Mrs. J. Garner Moore, III ’51 Mr. and Mrs. George E. Pine, III, ’68 Mr. John A. Reddell, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Sawyer, IV ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Stephens ’56 Warren County Orthodontics, PLLC Dr. and Mrs. E. Hunter Welles, III ’63 $5,000 - $9,999 Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Alexander ’68 Mr. and Mrs. J.I. Vance Berry, Jr. ’72

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Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Broadhead Dr. Andrew O. Donelson and Ms. April Piston Dr. and Mrs. William G. Hardin, III LaRoche Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. LaRoche, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Matthews, IV ’78 Drs. Max and Mary Moss Dr. and Mrs. Hunter W. Norris Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sims, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Smith, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bob F. Thompson Women’s Health Specialists, PLLC $2,500 - $4,999 Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Coffey Mr. John Floyd Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Hon, III ’63 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Huddleston, IV ’81 Mr. and Mrs. W. Ransom Jones, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Jones Westfield Insurance Mr. H. Lee Woosley, III ’78 and Mrs. Jessica Woosley ’82 $1,000 - $2,499 Anonymous Dr. and Mrs. C. Markham Berry, III ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Bradley ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Brockman, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Grady S. Clinkscales, Jr. ’49

Mr. and Mrs. Michael I. Dorman ’66 Dr. and Mrs. Martin J. Fiala Dr. and Mrs. Eric J. Forsbergh ’68 Dr. and Mrs. George S. Hester ’52 Huddleston-Steele Engineering, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Jacobs ’46 Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Jennings ’82 Ms. Sherri P. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Lisenby ’47 Mr. and Mrs. J. Mark Rinker ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Alden H. Smith, Jr. ’49 Dr. and Mrs. Pat W. Spangler Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Steele Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Steele Ms. Elizabeth William Willis ’80 $1 - $999 Mr. Charles H. Abernathy ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Ford M. Apple, Jr. ’67 Dr. Grady L. Blackwood, Jr. ’68 Mr. and Mrs. John G. Blount ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Bonds ’72 Mr. Richard J. Bourgeois ’66 Mr. A. Leslie Clute ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Coffey Mr. and Mrs. Allen K. Craven ’68 Mrs. Dorothy Elkins Mr. Marshall O. Ferrell Mr. and Mrs. William R. Fite, III ’67 Mr. Robert L. Gamewell, III ’68

Mr. Eldon S. Gaunt ’43 Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gibson ’61 Mr. and Mrs. William F. Goodman, Jr. ’46 Mr. B. Carter Harrison ’68 Mr. Thomas A. Hawkins, Jr. ’68 Mr. William N. Hensel ’67 Mr. and Mrs. R. Earl Hereford, Jr. ’60 Dr. and Mrs. John R. Howick, Jr. ’67 Drs. Aldo and Jeanette Ilarde Dr. and Mrs. Michael S. Jennings ’67 Mr. and Mrs. G. Edwin Johnson, Jr. ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Johnson Mr. Robert B. Lee ’68 Mr. Edward B. Maupin, III ’58 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Mayer ’67 Mr. and Mrs. William M. McKinney, Jr. ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Neal ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Nelson ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Rucks ’68 Mr. John Holmes Smith, IV ’68 Miss Ruth E. Watson ’14 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Woodson, II ’68 Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Woodson, III ’69

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$10,000 - Above Anonymous The late Dr. Robert D. Collins ’45 and Mrs. Elizabeth Collins M. Austin Davis Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Lassiter, Jr. ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Manley, II ’64 James R. Meadows, Jr. ’52 Foundation Mrs. Pat Meadows Mr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Rogers ’50 Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Stephens ’56 Mr. and Mrs. William W. Walker, III

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$5,000 - $9,999 Community Foundation of Greater Memphis Mr. and Mrs. James S. Gilliland ’51 Mr. Robert J. Gilliland ’44 Mr. and Mrs. George E. Pine, III ’68 $2,500 - $4,999 Dr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Herring, Jr. ’56 Mr. and Mrs. James W. McDonnell, Jr. ’43 Mr. and Mrs. J. Garner Moore, III ’51 Pinnacle Financial Partners Mr. and Mrs. R. Blair Stephens ’53

$1,000 - $2,499 Mr. and Mrs. Dean S. Adler Mr. Hugh G. Eldredge, Jr. ’48 Dr. and Mrs. David A. Ellis ’74 Dr. Charles W. Flexner ’74 and Ms. Carol Braun Dr. Jane A. Fleagle and Mr. David A. Oates ’74 Rev. and Mrs. James S. Hornsby ’56 The Honorable Andrew K. Howorth ’74 Mr. and Mrs. George B. Huddleston, Jr. ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Raford M. Hulan ’56 Ms. Anettia P. Meredith Dr. and Mrs. J. David Rozzell, Jr. ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sims, Sr. ’42 Dr. Timothy A. Wilson ’74 Mr. T. Allen Wright ’74 $999 - Below Alea Literary Club Ms. Sharon L. Bell ’75 and Mr. Fred E. Zimmerman Dr. Sara L. Bomar ’80 Mr. John A. Chambliss, III ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cristan Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Cristan

Mr. and Mrs. G. Edwin Johnson, Jr. ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Franklin M. Kirkpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Harrison O. Long Mrs. Mary Catherine Long Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Mann ’69 Mr. Kyle S. Poulicek ’12 Capt. S. Michael Powell ’74 and Lt. Kathleen A. Powell Mr. Naveen C. Reddy ’06 Mr. Matt Rife and Ms. Jane Sevier ’74 Mr. Robert W. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Swafford ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Emory Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Tripp C. Wesley, III ’74 Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. West Mr. H. Lee Woosley, III ’78 and Jessica Delbridge Woosley ’82 W. B. Woosley Estate


Burkhead Society The Webb School’s Planned Giving Society Throughout The Webb School’s history, there have been those alumni and friends who have answered the call of ensuring Webb’s financial future by making gift provisions for Webb in their estates.

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L. Parks Weaks (’41) Estate Henry J. White, Jr. (’48) Estate Henry O. Whiteside, Sr. (’29) Estate Mr. Burch Williams (’35) Estate Wise Family Trust Catherine Jacobs Wisener (’24) Estate Mr. and Mrs. Inzer Bass Wyatt (’23) Estate

MEMBER ESTATES Mrs. Sam D. Bell, Jr. Estate Mr. C. Eugene Brewster (’42) Estate Lingurn H. Burkhead (’21) Estate Mr. Jac Chambliss (’27) Estate Marian J. Crawford (’22) Estate James J. Ellis (’44) Estate John M. Flexner (’44) Estate Buford Gordon (’22) Estate John B. Hardin (’50) Estate George B. Huddleston, Sr. (’50) Estate Bernard Leslie Huffman, Jr. (’47) Estate David J. Matton (’47) Estate James R. Meadows, Jr. (’52) Estate Markham L. Peacock, Jr. (’21) Estate Mary C. Ragland Estate Mr. J. McNeil Rogers (’27) Estate W. Clint Rucker, Jr. (’50) Estate Alden H. Smith, Sr. (’23) Estate G. Dean Smith (’71) Estate H. Laird Smith Estate John W. Smythia (’73) Estate Paul W. Trousdale (’31) Estate

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Anonymous Ms. Robyn Allen ’75 Mr. and Mrs. William B. Allen Mr. James G. Anderson ’89 Ms. Deborah Atterholt ’72 Mr. Keith J. Barton ’75 Ms. Sharon L. Bell ’75 Mr. John T. Bragg, Jr. Mr. John C. Carr ’79 Mr. Phillip G. Coop ’66 Ms. Constance E. Cox ’85 Mrs. Nancy Cox Mr. Paul C. Craft ’56 Mr. Ed R. Davies ’49 Mr. Hugh G. Eldredge, Jr. ’48 Mrs. Dorothy Elkins Dr. T. Cole Flournoy ’63 Ms. Noel F. Greene ’91 Ms. Barbara A. Grobicki ’86 Dr. and Mrs. William G. Hardin, III ’79 Ms. Audrey R. Harrell ’84 Mrs. Shirley Harvey Mr. Douglas B. Havron ’83 Mr. and Mrs. David Hazelwood Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Holliman Mr. George B. Huddleston, Jr. ’76 Mr. William H. Huddleston, IV ’81 Mr. Daniel E. Jackson, Jr. ’47 Dr. William A. James, Jr. ’56 Mr. John M. Johnson ’75 Mr. Robert L. Kirkpatrick, Jr. ’51 Mr. Samuel L. Lasseter ’69 Mr. William H. Lassiter, Jr. ’56 Mr. J. Whitson Linder ’84 Mr. Thomas J. Lisenby ’47 Mr. Walter W. Manley, II ’64 Mr. Sam H. Mann, Jr. ’43 Mr. John P. Matthews, IV ’78 Mr. Paul B. Maxwell ’53 Mr. Michael M. Morgan ’94 Mr. Steven J. Muhl ’65

Mr. John S. Murrey ’72 Mr. W. Preston Murrey, III ’70 Mr. George E. Pine, III ’68 Mr. Michael H. Read ’77 Mr. Wayne M. Rogers ’50 Dr. C. William Schultz, III ’65 Mr. N. B. Forrest Shoaf ’68 Mr. Wilson Sims, Jr. ’72 Mr. Wilson Sims, Sr. ’42 Mr. W. Hamilton Smythe, III ’48 Mrs. Michelle M. Sorenson ’96 Dr. Paul R. Stumb, III ’52 Mr. Bob F. Thompson ’65 Mr. Bayard H. Walters Mr. John F. Whorley, Jr. ’79 Mr. H. Lee Woosley, III ’78 Mr. T. Allen Wright ’74

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Honor Gifts In honor of Mr. Charles P. Alexander Mr. Doug Puett and Mrs. Sandi Jobe Puett

In honor of Mr. Del Coggins Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin

In honor of Mr. Luke M. Garland Mr. and Mrs. Michael Harris

In honor of Mrs. Alyce Allen Mr. Doug Puett and Mrs. Sandi Jobe Puett

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In honor of Dr. William G. Hardin, III Mr. William H. Davis Mr. Morris C. Flexner

In honor of Mr. John F. Barbee, Jr. Mr. David N. Christensen

In honor of Mr. William E. Denman, III Mr. John F. Barbee, Jr.

In honor of Mr. Frank G. Barton, III Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Barton

In honor of Ms. Shilpy Dixit Ms. Kelly Northrup

In honor of Mr. Keith J. Barton Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Barton In honor of Mr. Charles A. Bass Mr. John F. Barbee, Jr.

In honor of Mr. Dillon T. Dodson Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Campbell In honor of Miss Karley N. Dodson Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Campbell

In honor of Mr. Lewis Bear, Jr. Mr. John F. Barbee, Jr.

In honor of Mr. Albert Duling Mr. and Mrs. Tom Goodner

In honor of Dr. Edward B. Blackman, Jr. Mr. John F. Barbee, Jr.

In honor of Ms. Bette Dumas Mr. Lauren M. Shoaf, Sr. Mr. N. B. Forrest Shoaf

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In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Broadhead Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin Mr. Doug Puett and Mrs. Sandi Jobe Puett

In honor of Mrs. Dorothy Elkins Mr. Fred S. Alexander Mr. Doug Puett and Mrs. Sandi Jobe Puett Ms. Lesley Ward Mr. and Mrs. Dan Williams

In honor of Mr. Charles W. Bucke Mr. John F. Barbee, Jr.

In honor of Mr. Steven M. J. Fahey Mrs. JoAnne Fahey-Ivie

In honor of Mr. W. Andrew Carringotn Mr. Bill Carrington Ms. Diannah Carrington

In honor of Mr. Jesse H. Fenner Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nixon

In honor of Dr. Jackie Chapman Mr. and Mrs. J. Clay Beach In honor of Mr. David N. Christensen Mr. John F. Barbree, Jr. In honor of Class of 1964 Mr. Samuel M. Coleman Mrs. Mary Catherine Long

In honor of Miss Natalie D. Fenner Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nixon In honor of Miss Stephanie L. Fenner Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nixon In honor of Mr. Zachary S. Fenner Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nixon In honor of Mr. and Mrs. A. Jon Frere Mrs. Bette Ray Callow Ms. Lucy Phillips

In honor of Mrs. Claudia Hazelwood Mr. Doug Puett and Mrs. Sandi Jobe Puett In honor of Ms. Mary J. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Johnson, Sr. In honor of Mr. Matthew J. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Johnson, Sr. In honor of Ms. Melissa A. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Johnson, Sr. In honor of Mr. Michael S. Johnson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Johnson, Sr. In honor of Mr. Ralph E. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin Dr. and Mrs. William T. Windham In honor of Miss Dianna A. King Dr. Sonya King and Mr. Phil King In honor of Mr. P. Garrett King Dr. Sonya King and Mr. Phil King In honor of Mrs. Elizabeth Lagler Ms. Lesley Ward In honor of Mrs. Katherine M. Larson Dr. Randall Rickard and Dr. Susan T. Andrews In honor of Ms. Kristen A. Linton Ms. Kelly Northrup In honor of Mrs. Amanda Mallory Mr. John W. Duncan In honor of Mr. Paul T. Martin Mr. Michael M. Morgan In honor of Mr. Gar Maunula Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin In honor of Mrs. Gayle McClanahan Mr. Doug Puett and Mrs. Sandi Jobe Puett


In honor of Mrs. Rita Mitchell Mr. Doug Puett and Mrs. Sandi Jobe Puett In honor of Mr. Edward A. Montgomery Mr. John F. Barbee, Jr. In honor of Mrs. Marilyn Morgan Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin In honor of Mr. Matthias B. (Bricke) Murfree, IV Mr. Doug Puett and Mrs. Sandi Jobe Puett In honor of Mr. Nathaniel O. Murrey Mr. William F. Goodman, Jr. In honor of Mr. Larry Nichols Mr. Hudson T. Byrd Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin In honor of Mrs. Gwen P. Owen Dr. and Mrs. Hugh G. M. Jones In honor of Mr. Noble H. Pace, Jr. Mr. John F. Barbee, Jr. In honor of Dr. Warren R. Patterson Mr. Jeffrey R. Patterson In honor of Ms. Lucy Phillips Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin In honor of Mr. George E. Pine, III Mr. Doug Puett and Mrs. Sandi Jobe Puett In honor of Miss Anna C. Pryor Mrs. Janice Pryor Mr. Ryan A. Pryor In honor of Mr. Ryan A. Pryor Mrs. Janice Pryor In honor of Mr. William A. Rice Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Jennings Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin Mr. and Mrs. John E. Sawyer, IV

In honor of Mr. Wayne M. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Dean S. Adler Mr. and Mrs. George E. Pine, III Mr. Kyle S. Poulicek In honor of Mr. Stanley P. Rupley Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin In honor of N. B. Forrest Shoaf Mr. Lauren M. Shoaf, Sr. In honor of Mr. Fred S. Silverstein, Jr. Mr. John F. Barbee, Jr. In honor of Mr. Brightman J. Skinner, Jr. Dr. H. Briggs Smith In honor of Mr. Bryant B. Skinner, Sr. Mr. Brightman J. Skinner, Jr. In honor of Mr. Elijah C. Smith Mr. and Mrs. John Scott In honor of Mr. L.R. Smith Mr. and Mrs. J. Clay Beach Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Blakeley Mr. and Mrs. Timothy H. Graham Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin Dr. and Mrs. William T. Windham Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Woosley, III In honor of Mrs. Moira Smith Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Blakeley Mr. and Mrs. Timothy H. Graham Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin Dr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Strobel In honor of Mr. Ronald M. Smith Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin In honor of Miss Sarah A. Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Richard Austin

In honor of Miss Maggi Vaughn Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin In honor of Ms. Heather M. Whitlock-Williams Mr. and Mrs. Larry Whitlock In honor of Mrs. Linda K. Williams Mr. Hudson T. Byrd Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin In honor of Mr. Matt Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Ray Broadhead Dr. and Mrs. William G. Hardin, III Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin Mr. Paul T. Martin Mr. Doug Puett and Mrs. Sandi Jobe Puett Mrs. Deborah Wilson In honor of Ms. Sue V. Wood Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin In honor of Miss Bess W. Zumwalt Mr. Richard E. Bowman In honor of Mr. Harrison G. Zumwalt Mr. Richard E. Bowman In honor of Mr. Truman J. Zumwalt Mr. Richard E. Bowman

In honor of Dr. Dorsey A. Rickard Dr. Randall Rickard and Dr. Susan T. Andrews

In honor of Charles C. Summers Ms. Ellen D. Summers In honor of Mrs. Sandra Truitt Mr. Charles H. Abernathy Mr. and Mrs. John G. Blount Mr. and Mrs. John C. B. Earthman Dr. and Mrs. William G. Hardin, III Mr. and Mrs. William H. Huddleston, IV

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In honor of Mr. Alan W. Stimpson Ms. Kelly Northrup

In honor of Mrs. Amy Rogers Mr. and Mrs. George E. Pine, III

In honor of Dr. Donald L. Turner Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Turner

In honor of Mr. Weldon R. Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Richard Austin

In honor of Mr. David P. Rickard Dr. Randall Rickard and Dr. Susan T. Andrews

In honor of Mr. Mario Rivela Mr. Calvin J. Turley

Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin Mr. and Mrs. John P. Matthews, IV Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Smith, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Pat W. Spangler Ms. Elizabeth Williams Willis Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Woosley, III

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Memorial Gifts In memory of Mrs. Frances P. Alexander Mrs. Dorothy Elkins Mr. and Mrs. G. Edwin Johnson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Pine, III In memory of T. Bennett Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bailey Ms. Mary E. Chamberlin Mrs. Pamela W. Harrison Mrs. Kathrin D. Lowery In memory of Mrs. Emma Ashford Mr. Irvin Ashford, Jr. In memory of Kenneth M. Atterholt Ms. Deborah S. Atterholt Mrs. Joyce R. Atterholt Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Holliman

In memory of Lt. Col. William H. Cooper Mrs. Suzanne E. Cooper

In memory of Mr. William E. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. G. Edwin Johnson, Jr.

In memory of Mr. Samuel L. Cordell Ms. Ruth Cordell

In memory of Mrs. Deborah Gilmore Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin Ms. Lea Anne Windham

In memory of Mr. Drury B. Crawley, III Mr. and Mrs. William P. Dulaney In memory of Mr. Cap Davis Mr. and Mrs. William R. Bevels

In memory of Mrs. Elisabeth S. Baker Mr. Edward M. Banister, III

In memory of Mr. Louis W. Fallert Mr. and Mrs. George E. Pine, III

In memory of Mrs. Catheran N. Barclay Mrs. Jennifer R. Smith

In memory of Mrs. Mary Jo Feldhaus Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Coffey

In memory of Mr. James B. Baylor, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Pine, III

In memory of Dr. M. Craig Ferrell Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Ford M. Apple, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. C. Markham Berry, III Dr. Grady L. Blackwood, Jr. Prof. and Mrs. Lewis M. Branscomb Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Brockman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Allen K. Craven Dr. Andrew O. Donelson and Ms. April Piston Mr. and Mrs. Michael I. Dorman Dr. and Mrs. John J. Ferrell Mr. Marshall O. Ferrell Mr. and Mrs. William R. Fite, III Dr. and Mrs. Eric J. Forsbergh Mr. B. Carter Harrison Mr. Thomas A. Hawkins, Jr. Mr. William N. Hensel Dr. and Mrs. John R. Howick, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Michael S. Jennings Mr. and Mrs. G. Edwin Johnson, Jr. Mr. Robert B. Lee Mr. and Mrs. William H. Mayer Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Neal Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Nelson, Jr. Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Pine, III Mr. and Mrs. J. Mark Rinker Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Rucks Mr. John Holmes Smith, IV UBS Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Woodson, II

In memory of Clifton W. Braunwalder Mr. Austen J. Kiser Miss Clarice M. Kiser Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. Kiser Ms. Marina L. Kiser

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In memory of Mr. John R. Freeman Cumberland Sinus & Allergy, PC Dr. and Mrs. William J. Freeman

In memory of Mr. James Elkins Mrs. Dorothy Elkins

In memory of Mr. Robert P. Beasley Mr. and Mrs. Dennis C. McGregor

In memory Mrs. Adriana K. Broberg Dr. Sara L. Bomar Mrs. Martha I. Condra Mr. and Mrs. John C. B. Earthman Dr. Elizabeth N. Huddleston and Ms. Wendy Wieber Mrs. Terri Savage Ms. Elizabeth Williams Willis In memory of Mr. T. Swayne Byrd Ms. Mary N. Raffety In memory of Mr. Francisco A. Cauz Mrs. Elizabeth Lagler

In memory of Mr. G. Webb Follin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William Coble, II

In memory of Mr. Thomas A. Cooper, Sr. Mr. Thomas A. Cooper, Jr.

In memory of Mr. James R. Austin Mrs. Linda W. Bramblett

In memory of Mr. Robert K. Beal, Jr. Mr. Hugh G. Eldredge, Jr.

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In memory of Dr. Robert D. Collins Mr. and Mrs. Ed R. Davies Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sims, Sr.

In memory of Dr. Robert H. Hackman Mr. and Mrs. N. Pruitt Fulmer In memory of Mr. John B. Hardin Mr. William H. Davis In memory of Mrs. Alice Hartbarger Ms. Deborah S. Atterholt In memory of Dr. C. Mallory Harwell, Jr. Mrs. Mary Catherine Long In memory of Mr. C. Mallory Harwell, III Mrs. Mary Catherine Long In memory of Mr. Jackson E. Heffner, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin In memory of Mr. George B. Huddleston, Sr. Ms. Sharon Bell and Mr. Fred Zimmerman Dr. Sara L. Bomar Mr. and Mrs. G. Edwin Johnson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin M. Kirkpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Manley, II Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Woosley, III In memory of Dr. Nat C. Hughes Mr. David L. Kelley In memory of Dr. Dale Hyatt Mr. and Mrs. Jamison Fee In memory of Ms. Michelle A. Irion Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Tremaine In memory of Mr. Byron S. James Mr. and Mrs. William P. Dulaney In memory of Mrs. Lori Johnson Mr. John M. Johnson In memory of Dr. Chambless R. Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Norfleet R. Johnston In memory of Mr. Gale F. Johnston, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Norfleet R. Johnston


In memory of Rev. Nathaniel H. Long Dr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Herring, Jr. Rev. and Mrs. James S. Hornsby Mr. and Mrs. Raford M. Hulan Mr. and Mrs. Harrison O. Long Mrs. Mary Catherine Long Mr. Robert W. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Emory Taylor Mr. and Mrs. William H. Lassiter, Jr. ’56 In memory of Mr. John K. Maddin, Jr. Mrs. Beth F. Maddin In memory of Mr. David J. Matton Mrs. Kathryn Matton In memory of Mr. James R. Meadows Mr. and Mrs. A. Jon Frere Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Manley, II In memory of Mr. Richard Meredith-Cristan Ms. Anettia P. Meredith Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cristan Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Cristan Mr. Naveen C. Reddy In memory of Mr. John L. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Bagley Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Bonds Mr. Richard J. Bourgeois Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Bradley Mr. A. Leslie Clute Mr. and Mrs. Phillip G. Coop Mr. Robert L. Gamewell, III Mr. Eldon S. Gaunt Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gibson Mr. and Mrs. William F. Goodman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. R. Earl Hereford, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. George S. Hester Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Jacobs Mr. Edward B. Maupin, III Mr. and Mrs. William M. McKinney, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Garner Moore, III Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sims, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin J. Turley Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Woodson, III

In memory of Mr. Jack N. Thomas Mrs. Alice Thomas

In memory of Mr. Russel S. and Mrs. Flo Norvel Dr. and Mrs. David A. Ellis Dr. Charles W. Flexner and Ms. Carol Braun Mr. David A. Oates and Ms. Jane Fleagle Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Peters Capt. S. Michael Powell and Lt. Kathleen A. Powell Dr. and Mrs. J. David Rozzell, Jr. Mrs. Jane Sevier Mr. and Mrs. Tripp C. Wesley, III Mr. T. Allen Wright

In memory of Mr. Robert M. Thomas, Jr. Mrs. Robert M. Thomas, Jr.

In memory of Mr. Goodloe M. Partee Mr. A. Leslie Clute In memory of Lt. Cmdr. Alan A. Patterson Abren Consulting Corporation Mr. Michael M. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Richard Suttles Mr. Adam T. Yifru In memory of Mr. Stephen A. Pfaff Mr. and Mrs. James R. Pfaff In memory of Mr. Fred C. Phillips, Jr. Mr. Frederick L. Landry In memory of Mr. Richard Pike Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Bonds In memory of Mrs. Inez Sennyey Mr. and Mrs. Calvin J. Turley

In memory of Kelton Tidwell Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Bagley Mr. and Mrs. Phillip G. Coop Dr. and Mrs. J. Brevard Haynes, Jr. Ms. Sherri P. Lee In memory of Mr. Paul W. Trousdale Mr. Richard C. Colyear In memory of Ms. D. Amy Walker Alea Literary Club Mr. and Mrs. William W. Walker, III In memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Walker Dr. and Mrs. James F. Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Gregory D. Raborn In memory of Mr. Henry O. Whiteside, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Cooper, Jr. In memory of Mr. Henry W. Williamson Mrs. Jean A. Williamson In memory of Mr. Frederick B. Wyly Mr. and Mrs. F. Markley Huey In memory of Mrs. Louise B. Yeager Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hulan, III

In memory of Mr. David H. Smith Mr. and Mrs. G. William Coble, III In memory of Robert L. Stephens M. Austin Davis Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Stephens Mr. and Mrs. R. Blair Stephens In memory of Mr. Barry Stubbs Mr. and Mrs. F. Markley Huey In memory of Mrs. Anne K. Talbott Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Martin

We sincerely apologize if we omitted your name or if your name is listed incorrectly. If you have any questions, please contact The Alumni and Development Office at A_DWebb@webbschool.com.

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In memory of Lt. Col. James W. Napier, III Mr. A. Leslie Clute

In memory of Mr. George C. Nilan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed R. Davies

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2013 Webb School Parents’ Association Auction CAIRO: SPONSORSHIP LEVEL $1,000 Drs. Max and Mary Moss Mr. and Mrs. J. Alvin Reddell, Jr.

GERMANY: SPONSORSHIP LEVEL $450 Mr. Alexis Dean Mrs. Terika Dean Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Paffrath EDINBURGH: SPONSORSHIP LEVEL $200 Mr. Robert D. Archibald and Mrs. Bronwyn L. Weaver Mr. Roy Baudoin, Jr. and Mrs. Beth Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Ron D. Booth Mr. and Mrs. Johannes J. Buis Dr. and Mrs. Steven W. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. D’Antonio Dr. and Mrs. Martin J. Fiala Ms. Jennifer Garland Mr. and Mrs. Garrett S. Gordon, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. William G. Hardin, III Dr. Veronica R. Jones and Mr. Robert C. Hyde Mr. and Mrs. Spencer G. Miller Mr. and Mrs. John Schroeder Mr. G. Daniel Townes

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Parents’ Auction Volunteers

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Alyce Allen Neil Barrett Lesa Bellenfant Kathleen Camp Carmel Cordero James Cordero Meredith Crockett James Garcia Greg Imboden Teal Lynch Gayle McClanahan Mike Quinn Teddy Schaffer Pamela Sexton Seals Emily Stubljar AJ Swafford Karla Vogt Diane Wang Lea Anne Windham

SANTORINI: SPONSORSHIP LEVEL $150 Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Allison Mr. and Mrs. Devin Dodson Mr. and Mrs. Ken Halliburton Drs. Aldo and Jeanette Ilarde Dr. Janolyn King and Mr. Patrick B. King Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. Kiser Mr. and Mrs. Josh Melson Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Mifflin Jr. Dr. Suneetha Nuthalapaty and Mr. Sam S. Nuthalapaty Dr. and Mrs. Dapo Omitowoju Mr. and Mrs. Jack K. Phillips The late Scott Pugh and Mrs. Cari Pugh Mr. Richard Ragsdale Mr. and Mrs. Kyle T. Segroves Dr. and Mrs. William H. Sherwood Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Simons Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Tuma, Jr. Dr. Dianne Watson and Mr. Michael Watson


Parents’ Auction Item Donors Sydney McClain Andrea McKnight Kimberly Miller/McGee’s Prescription Shoppe Kimberly Miller/The Pomegranate Mitchell Murfree/Five Senses Restaurant Max & Mary Moss Pamela Nelson/Mayday Brewery Amy Norris Drs. Hunter Norris & Marty Fiala/Tullahoma Surgery Center Elizabeth Norvell Ukpong Nwankwo Billy Phillips/Phillips General Store George Pine Mike Quinn Alvin Reddell/Reddell Honda The Reyes Family Annie Rone/The Painted House Mark Russell Darrell & Donna Scarlett/On Target Donna Scarlett Kyle & Ashley Segroves L.R. Smith Jake Speck/Franklin Theater David & Ronda Spivey Paige Spivey Becky Stubljar Dan Townes Tracy St. John/Jiffy Burger Bob & Claire Tuma Rusty Vest Webb School Office of Alumni & Development Webb School Student Council Linda Williams Gina Witten Sue Wood

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Curt Abdo/GO USA Fun Park Lorraine Ardaiz Edward Barker Roy Baudoin/Smyrna Bowling Center Ray & Leone Broadhead Amy & James Campbell Mary Chamberlin Penny Chappell/Lands’ End Class Baskets – Parents of 6th-12th grades Nancy Coleman Kat Coffey Steve & Martha Cooper Brett Corrieri/Mafiaoza’s Pizzeria & Neighborhood Pub Jeff Cueller/AC Entertainment Kimberly Dolan Scott Dorsett/Webb Athletic Dept. Dorothy Elkins Erin Duncan Mauricio Esquenazi Dr. Ann Evers Marty & Lisa Fiala First Bank Meg Garrett Michael Goodloe/Bonefish Grill William & Alyson Hardin David & Claudia Hazelwood/Parish Patch Farm & Inn Jeannette & Heidi Heineke/Bell Buckle Cafe Mickey Hock/Nashville Predators Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari Phillip James Jane Jones/The Peddler Jim & Cynthia Jones Kathy Jones/Artisan Design Gallery Philip Krajeck/Rolf and Daughters Libby Lane Hannah Little Teal Lynch

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