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Tiffin University Established in 1888, Tiffin University offers nationally accredited graduate and undergraduate degrees in business administration, top-notch academic programs in criminal justice and social sciences, and distinctive degrees in the arts and sciences. All through its history, the University has nurtured a learning-centered setting and a sense of community for its students, faculty and staff. The campus at Tiffin is a blend of traditional historic and modern buildings that create a vibrant and warm home for an educational community. In addition to the growth at Tiffin, graduate and undergraduate programs of the University are offered online and in several areas of Ohio. Master’s degrees are offered in several foreign countries.


DR. LILLIAN SCHUMACHER Interim President

President's Message Tiffin University has remained true to its mission in 2015 and has made steady progress towards its goal of providing a high quality education to all of its students – traditional, seated and online from around the country and the world.

Your Tiffin University is strong, on-course, and looking to the future with optimism and enthusiasm.

The University’s faculty continue to provide quality academic programs as evidenced by our MBA program being ranked 25th in the country. A new Bachelor of Science in Mathematics program, as well as a new faculty in this area and in the sciences, allow us to grow our STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) programs and provide excellent opportunities to prepare students for the marketplace. Additionally, a new Continuing Education Center allows us to meet the growing demands of both our internal and external students. The fiscal year ending April 30, 2015, saw a 13.93 percent increase in our endowment from the previous year and a 72.2 percent growth during the last five years. Tiffin University, with the support of you, is in the final stages of renovating the former Pettibone Manufacturing factory. The facility will become the “Tiffin University Performing Arts Laboratory-a 21st Century Skills Development Center.” Phase one of this project includes The Marion Center which will provide an additional venue for musical performances, speakers, banquets, wedding receptions and a variety of activities for students, staff and faculty members, and community organizations. The center will provide seating for up to 500 attendees. In addition, “The Wall Street Pub and Grille” and a new, expanded campus bookstore will open in June. Tiffin University has implemented exciting recruitment initiatives to help decrease student costs including College Credit Plus (CCP) scholarships for high school students who decide to enroll at TU after graduation. The CCP program offers students the opportunity to enroll in online or seated college courses while still in high school. Also, TU has begun an integrated recruitment process with faculty for specialized visit opportunities and faculty-awarded scholarships. These programs will increase the recruitment footprint including an added emphasis on international student recruitment. Currently, international students represent more than 30 countries on TU’s campus. The Human Resources and Campus Services division continues to focus on strategic initiatives that will contribute significantly to student success. Over the past year, the TU has hired a full-time Director of Student Engagement and added a full-time and a part-time counselor in the Wellness Center, as well as an Assistant Director of Campus Security and a full-time Victim’s Advocate. Athletics continue to play an important role in our student and university development. Eight hundred four student athletes were enrolled in the fall of 2015. The athletic department instituted a retention committee that focused on study tables and student athlete retention. One result was the highest semester grade point average in TU history: 3.14. The top academic female team was women’s tennis with a 3.84 GPA, and the top academic male team was men’s golf with a 3.49 GPA. The fall to spring student athlete retention was 89 percent. Tiffin University has an outstanding Board of Trustees, exceptional faculty, and committed staff who work diligently for the betterment of student success. We have loyal and generous alumni and friends whose names appear in this report. Sincerely, Dr. Lillian Schumacher May 2016


WALL STREET PUB & GRILLE Tiffin University’s newest eatery, the Wall Street Pub & Grille, located at the southeast corner of Wall and Miami Streets, was once the Pettibone Manufacturing Company. According to Walter Miller, District Manager of AVI Food Services, the 4,195-square-foot restaurant offers a “fresh” menu that is a significant departure from a traditional sports establishment—frozen food will be used as little as possible. The menu will include food for kids, appetizers, salads, hamburgers and melt sandwiches, steak, pasta, and unique cast iron dishes such as mac & cheese and desserts…and more. The décor of the Grille is a contemporary, upscale atmosphere with acid-treated cement floors, a polished steel bar and exposed ceiling and glass mosaic tile. It will seat up to 140 people with an additional 30 to 40 seats outside on the patio weather permitting. The building also houses Tiffin University’s newest addition, The Marion Center, and the University’s Bookstore which was previously located in The Gillmor Student Center.

New at Tiffin University The former Pettibone manufacturing building at the southeast corner of Wall and Miami Streets is being renovated into a 4,195-square-foot restaurant, all-purpose hall and the university bookstore.

THE MARION CENTER The Marion Center, named in honor of former TU President Paul and First Lady Susan Marion, will provide an additional venue for musical performances, speakers, banquets, wedding receptions and a variety of activities for students, staff and faculty members, and community organizations. TU’s music program has grown in recent years, so a larger space is needed for rehearsals and concerts performed by the University Choir and other TU musical ensembles. “We are very grateful that the Board of Trustees chose The Marion Center as the name for this wonderful new facility,” said Dr. Paul Marion. “This will be an excellent venue for Tiffin University events and activities as well as for community groups and organizations.” “We have always prided ourselves on sharing our resources with the community,” says President Lillian Schumacher. “This new Tiffin University facility offers The Wall Street Pub & Grille and The Marion Center--both of which we hope our Tiffin and Seneca County community family will embrace.”


Student Funds THE DAVID AND MAUREEN BOYD STUDENT INVESTMENT FUND $25,467 This endowed fund provides upper-level finance students the opportunity to manage a component of the endowment through the activities of buying and selling securities. The David and Maureen Boyd Student Investment Fund is in the permanent endowment of Tiffin University in honor of the meritorious service provided by David J. Boyd for sixteen years as the University’s Vice President for Business.

Goal of Endowment The Board of Trustees believes that grants to be made in the future are as important as grants made today. This is consistent with the philosophy that this endowment is to exist in perpetuity and should provide for grant making in perpetuity. Funds must reach $10,000 to be endowed and awarded. Several funds are “in process.” Fund values as of December 31, 2015.

THE AARON CIAK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP $14,511 This endowed scholarship was established in memory of Aaron Ciak (TU Class of 2005) by his best friend, Bobby Petras (TU Class of 2003 ) and Aaron’s family. It is awarded to a football player from the State of Michigan. THE IVAN DANIEL AND MAXINE L. COLE SCHOLARSHIP $81,687 This endowment was established in 2000 by Ivan (Class of 1938) and Maxine Cole. Income from the endowment is being used to provide general scholarship support to students who hail from Seneca County, Ohio, preferably Seneca East High School, who have a grade point average of 3.0 or better and have participated in at least one outside activity. Character references from a religious leader and school official must be provided to supplement the application. THE HAROLD B. AND BREMA KONST COLVIN SCHOLARSHIP $41,224 Harold was a trustee of Tiffin University and attended TU in 1950. He had a twenty-seven year career at Marathon Oil. Upon his untimely death, his widow, Brema Colvin, decided to establish a scholarship in his name. Brema is a 1951 graduate of Tiffin University. THE DR. GENE CRUTSINGER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (in process) This endowed fund was established by The School of Arts & Sciences at Tiffin University. It will forever honor Dr. Crutsinger’s Service to the students, faculty and staff in his role as Associate Professor of English and Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences from 2011-2013. The scholarship supports any student majoring in any program residing in the School of Arts & Sciences at Tiffin University. No academic restrictions are placed on this scholarship.

THE DR. KENNETH B. CUMMINS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP $50,987 New Washington, Ohio resident, Dr. Kenneth Cummins, was an accomplished mathematics scholar and music educator who established this scholarship in his name with preference to academically qualified and deserving students from Buckeye Central and Seneca East High Schools. THE DELUCA-GRANDILLO ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP (in process) The Deluca-Grandillo scholarship was established by Michael and Nancy Grandillo in memory of Michael’s father, Anthony D. Grandillo and in honor of his mother, Lucy DeLuca Grandillo of Dayton. This scholarship will be used to provide general scholarship support to students from the following high schools only: Cleveland East Tech, Steubenville Catholic Central, Dayton Charminade – Julienne, Dayton Meadowdale and Wadsworth. THE DOEPKER SCHOLARSHIP (in process) Established by Jeff Doepker, a loyal friend of Tiffin University, this scholarship supports a graduate student who meets the following requirements: a) acceptance into the MBA program at Tiffin University, b) hold an incoming GPA of 3.0 or better and c) and be an active member of the TU School of Business Club. THE FIRST CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP $10,111 Established by First Citizens National Bank, headquartered in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, this scholarship will provide financial support to graduates from the following high schools only: Carey, Hardin-Northern, Mohawk, Riverdale, Wynford and Upper Sandusky. THE A. ROBERT AND LOUANNA R. FLEET MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP $470,782 A. Robert Fleet (TU class of 1941) and native of Seneca County, Ohio, graduated from TU with a two-year degree and started his own company, Swissomatic Products. This scholarship will provide financial support to Seneca County high school graduates.


THE FRANK/HEMINGER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND IN CORPORATE LEADERSHIP $79,010 This endowment was established in 2005 by retired President of Marathon Ashland Petroleum, LLC, J. Louis “Corky” Frank. Mr. Frank, a long-time mentor and friend of Gary Heminger, who is an alumnus of TU and TU Board Chairman Emeritus and CEO of Marathon Petroleum Corp. Income from the endowment is being used to provide scholarship support to students at Tiffin University who demonstrate the personality traits and the entrepreneurial skills for success in the business world. Participation in extra-curricular activities and a 3.0 grade point average are also required. THE ROLLAND W. FRIEDLEY – FARMERS STATE BANK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP $166,388 This scholarship was established by family and friends of the late Rolland Friedley, honored alumnus and loyal trustee of the University. Dr. Friedley served as a TU Trustee for 33 years and was President of Farmer’s State Bank in New Washington, Ohio. THE HOME SAVINGS & LOAN SCHOLARSHIP (in process) Recipients of this scholarship must be junior or seniors in high school with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher. THE MICHAEL D. GAIETTO ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP IN ENTREPRENEURIAL STUDIES $16,586 This fund was established in 1977 by TU alum Stephen E. Werling in memory of his father-in-law, Michael D. Gaietto. This scholarship was established to provide financial assistance to a full-time continuing student in good standing who is making clear progress toward graduation. Preference shall be given to students with an interest in entrepreneurial activities and who demonstrate financial need. THE GAR FOUNDATION ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP $84,824 This fund was established through the generous support of the GAR Foundation of Akron, Ohio. Income from the endowment is being used to provide general scholarship support to students from Summit County. MARATHON MINORITY SCHOLARSHIP $17,083 Established by Marathon Petroleum Company, this scholarship provides for four minority sophomore or junior students interested in business. The students must be involved in school activities and maintain a grade point average of 3.0 or higher. Special consideration will be given to those in financial need.

THE MILDRED I. HANKEY SCHOLARSHIP $283,846 Mildred Hankey established this scholarship in her Last Will and Testament to be awarded annually to scholastically deserving students from a Seneca County high school for full-time attendance at Tiffin University. THE DAVID AND PATTY HAYES MBA GATEWAY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP $109,039 Emeritus Trustee Dr. David Hayes (TU Class of 1974,1976 and Honorary Degree 2002) and his wife Patty, established this scholarship to be granted to a graduating senior of Tiffin University who wishes to continue their education in the University’s MBA Program. Financial need and evidence of a strong work ethic should take precedence in the selection process. TU’s Hayes Center for the Arts has been named in honor of David and Patty Hayes. THE PRASAD C. AND UMA KAKARALA ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP $20,865 Established after 20 years of service as a pediatrician in Seneca County, Ohio, by Dr. Prasad and Uma Kakarala, this scholarship will support a Seneca County, Ohio, high school graduate with a 2.5 grade point average or higher. The student must have participated in extra curricular activities and has demonstrated good character and leadership. THE JOHN AND JOYCE MILLAR SCHOLARSHIP $98,232 Tom Miller of Cicero, Indiana and John Millar of Tiffin, Ohio met while attending Michigan State University for graduate school in 1965, and have been friends ever since. To honor John’s success of more than thirty years of service to Tiffin University, including serving as Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean Emeritus and Professor of Management, Tom Miller established The John and Joyce Millar Scholarship, an endowed fund of Tiffin University. The scholarship is restricted to junior or senior students currently pursuing any degree in any Tiffin University program at the undergraduate level. Recipients of the scholarship are to demonstrate good University and community citizenship standards and must be active in campus life and activities and have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA. THE ORVILLE D. & IRMA YODER PAYNE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP $17,241 This scholarship was established by the late Jack H. (Class of 1965) and Susan Payne in memory of Jack’s parents, Orville and Irma Payne of Port Clinton and their love and support of golf. Income from this fund is to be used for general scholarship assistance to an undergraduate who participates in intercollegiate golf.

THE KYLE RYMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP $10,700 In memory of Kyle Garrett Ryman, this scholarship is restricted to a traditional undergraduate golf student who is between the age of 17 and 22. It may be expanded by one year only if Tiffin University, as part of its curriculum, expands to include an official internship/work-study/ co-op program. The academic restrictions placed on this scholarship include a grade point average of 2.5 or better. The recipient should demonstrate an inherent financial need as well as good university and community relations and must meet the minimum requirements to advance in class rank during a four-year period. THE PAUL & MURIEL SAYERS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (in process) This scholarship was established in 2011 and is part of the campaign Share the Pride. Build on Tradition – A Campaign for Tiffin University by P. Leighton Sayers in honor of his parents Paul and Muriel Sayers. P. Leighton is a loyal alumnus of Tiffin University. This scholarship is available to international traditional undergraduate students to matriculate and retain at Tiffin University. Preference is given to students from the Country of Canada as P. Leighton is a citizen of Canada and wishes to encourage future generations of Canadian nationals to consider Tiffin University. The student shall maintain 2.0 GPA or higher and demonstrate that an American college education will benefit them as well as the global community. THE ERNST SELIG LAW ENFORCEMENT ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP $24,243 This scholarship was funded through the generous support of Mr. Ernst Selig of Hillsboro, Maryland. Mr. Selig enjoyed a long career in government and specialized in military intelligence. In 2007, he sought to dissolve his foundation which supported criminal justice scholarships and embarked on a national search of criminal justice schools to receive the residual of his foundation. After several visits, he chose Tiffin University. Income from the endowment is being used to provide general scholarship support to full-time, undergraduate criminal justice students enrolled at TU. A 350 word (or more) essay will be written explaining why he/she wishes to follow a career in the field of law enforcement.


THE DAISY AND FREDERICK STONE SCHOLARSHIP $66,205 This scholarship is in memory of Frederick C. Stone, Tiffin native and businessman, and in honor of Daisy Stone Yost, his wife, who has spent her career as an educator encouraging creativity in young minds. This scholarship is limited to a junior or senior student majoring in criminal justice whose permanent residence is Seneca County, Ohio and who holds a 3.0 or better grade point average. STUDY ABROAD ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP (in process) This scholarship has been established by Tiffin University employees to assist current students who choose to study abroad. THE TIFFIN WOMEN’S CLUB ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP $23,379 This scholarship was established by the members of The Tiffin Women’s Club--a local organization that was established in 1920. The Club strived to promote public welfare and good citizenship. Income from the endowment is being used to provide general scholarship support to junior students who are residents of Seneca County, Ohio who have earned a 3.0 grade point average through their first two years at the University. Recipient must demonstrate good character and financial need for scholarship assistance. THE JAMES TODD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP $14,334 James Todd was a full-time professor of Criminal Justice at Tiffin University from 1995-2006. This scholarship was established by Jim’s wife, Mimi, after his untimely death in 2006 as a result of a car accident. Jim arrived at Tiffin University in 1995 and was a full-time Professor of Criminal Justice. The recipient must be an undergraduate, seated, Main Campus student who has completed their sophomore year and is a Law Enforcement major. The student should demonstrate improvement or maintain a strong grade point average since the start of their freshman academic year, provide proof of involvement in campus life, and provide references/examples of strong moral character; all traits exemplified by Dr. James C. Todd. WEBSTER INDUSTRIES ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP (in process) The Webster Industries Endowed Scholarship fund supports the company’s belief in higher education. This gift will forever honor Webster Industries and their belief in higher education. The scholarship supports students seeking an undergraduate business degree at Tiffin University. The student must demonstrate loyalty to Tiffin University and a willingness to continue support for the university. No academic restrictions are placed on this scholarship.

THE EDWARD J. WERLING, JR. ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP IN HR MANAGEMENT $16,586 This scholarship was established by TU Alum Stephen E. Werling (Class of 1977) and his wife Marilyn in memory of Stephen’s father Edward. The scholarship will provide financial assistance to a full-time, continuing student who is in good academic and personal standing and who is making clear progress toward graduation. Preference shall be given to students majoring in human resources and who demonstrate financial need. THE GEORGE WHITFIELD, JR. ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP (in process) Established by George Whitfield, Jr. (TU Class of 2001), this scholarship supports high school students from Stark County, Ohio who are involved in athletics, have financial need, a grade point average of 3.0 or greater, and have participated in two extra-curricular programs for six semesters in high school. THE WAYNE AND VIRGINIA KURTZ ZAHN SCHOLARSHIP $437,867 This scholarship is in memory of Wayne and Virginia Zahn. Wayne was president of National Machinery Company and a long-time community leader. He served as Trustee of Tiffin University from 1974 to 1992. Ginny was a loyal alum who graduated from TU in 1945. Together, Wayne and Ginny funded the construction of Zahn Hall as well as numerous other philanthropic activities for Tiffin University. THE 50TH YEAR CLASS SCHOLARSHIP $17,257 This fund was established through leadership of class members Virginia “Ginny” Kurtz Zahn and Donald E. Long. The scholarship will be increased each year as gifts from ensuing fifty-year classes are received. The fund will be used to grant legacy scholarships to academically qualified children and grandchildren of alumni. Verification of the legacy relationship must be confirmed by the Office of Alumni Relations at Tiffin University. THE DR. PAUL & SUSAN MARION ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP $11,398 Established in honor of Dr. Paul and Susan Marion for their thirteen years of service as President and First Lady of Tiffin University from 2002 to 2015. This scholarship will be awarded to a full-time undergraduate student who had a cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 or higher, held one or more leadership positions and demonstrates financial need.

Scholarships Fund Dreams Embracing the entire student experience has been an integral part of Kylie Stocker’s life at Tiffin University. The Integrated Language Arts Education major says being active in several honor societies, creating a student organization and working on campus have allowed her to thrive both as a student and as an individual. As a freshman, Stocker noticed that an education club was not offered in the list of student organizations. So with the support of the university, she decided to start the Future Teachers of America club. “I learned the art of organization, marketing and planning. I had to maintain organizational skills by writing laws for the club and I had to create board positions. I learned to market to the campus as a whole in order to get students interested in coming to our events,” she said. “Thanks to Tiffin University believing in my club, I was able to learn skills that I can implement in my future classroom.” In addition to her duties as president of the Future Teachers of America, Stocker takes her education seriously. Throughout her career at TU, she has maintained a high GPA which led to her induction into the prestigious National Society of Leadership and Success and the English Honors Society. Stocker has managed to combine her love of teaching with actual work experience on the TU campus. For the past two years, she has served as a tutor in English and also held a position as a Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) leader. “I tutor anything from beginning English courses to British Literature. As a PAL leader, it is my job to assist in one of the beginning English courses and hold extra study sessions to assist in students’ learning,” she explained. “Not only has working on campus given me great opportunities, it has also given me teaching experience that will help me with my future career.” According to Stocker, the invaluable opportunities she has experienced at TU have been made possible through the generous gifts of donors. For that, she says she will be forever grateful. “The scholarships I have been awarded over the years have allowed me to continue my education and thrive as an individual,” she said. “Without scholarship money, college would not have been possible for me. Now my dream of becoming a teacher will come true in the months to come. I am

forever appreciative and will always be thankful as these scholarships have funded my dream.”

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS WITH KYLIE Why did you choose Tiffin University? My parents met and graduated from Tiffin University. They would always tell me their stories of how great it was and how TU was truly like a second family to them. They also liked the smaller, one-on-one atmosphere they experienced in the classroom and that is exactly what I was looking for. I am fortunate to have had the same experience. What does being a TU graduate mean to you? Being a TU graduate gives me a sense of pride because it is truly a school to be proud of. The faculty and staff go out of their way to meet your every need. Also, the school is consistently growing— academically as well as the physical campus. TU is truly a school to be proud of. What is your favorite campus memory? My favorite campus memory was when my student organization, Future Teachers of America, put on its first event of the school year (fall 2015). We hosted our annual event, “Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader,” and nearly 130 TU students attended. This was not only an accomplishment, it was just great to see people enjoying an event my e-board and I had put so much time into. It’s a very fun event where professors battle education majors in a series of 5th grade-styled questions--which tend to be harder than you would think. It’s always a crowd pleaser when the education majors beat the professors. What do you feel is your greatest accomplishment? My greatest accomplishment was starting a student organization. I had no idea how much knowledge I would obtain when I started it. I just simply wanted a place for all education majors to be able to get together and meet. It taught me how to plan and organize events, and various marketing strategies. What do you want to do with the rest of your life? My ultimate goal is to be a college English professor. It would be an honor to return to TU as a professor—a college that gave me so much knowledge on teaching and language arts.


General Endowed Funds THE VALERIE ANN HARTMAN PERKINS MEMORIAL FUND This scholarship was established by Wilbur Hartman in memory of his only child, Vallerie Ann. Income from this endowment is being used to provide emergency, low interest loans for special needs of Tiffin University junior or senior students to help them retain admission. THE CRAYCRAFT HALL ENDOWMENT FUND Hazel Craycraft Franks (Class of 1941), was a spirited entrepreneur, a member of Tiffin University’s Board of Trustees, and devoted community leader. She supported many activities at Tiffin University during her lifetime. Tiffin University’s Craycraft Hall, a student residence hall, was dedicated in 1990 as a memorial to her parents, Charles H. Craycraft and Rose Parsons Craycraft and her brother, Eugene and also honors her late husband, Richard Franks. Through her generous bequest in her Last Will and Testament, Dr. Franks has insured that Craycraft Hall will be maintained and replaced if needed. Income derived from the endowment is restricted to maintaining, refurbishing, improving, enlarging or replacing Craycraft Hall. THE FRANKS HALL ENDOWMENT FUND Tiffin University dedicated Franks Hall in 1994 in honor of Hazel Craycraft Franks (TU Class of 1941) of Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Hazel was a spirited entrepreneur, businesswomen and a loyal friend of Tiffin University. Tiffin University awarded Hazel an honorary Doctor of Laws degree in 1993. She was a member of TU’s Board of Trustees from 1995 to 2011. Hazel was instrumental in providing funding to start varsity football at Tiffin University, reinvigorating and re-establishing the music program, as well as funding two buildings and two endowed funds. Through her generous bequest, in her Last Will and Testament, Dr. Franks ensures that Franks Hall will be maintained and replaced if needed. Income derived from the endowment is restricted to maintaining, refurbishing, improving, enlarging or replacing Franks Hall.

THE DENNIS AND PATTY FOSTER ENDOWED BOOK FUND Dennis and Patty Foster started this endowment book fund during their visit to Tiffin University when Dennis was named Outstanding Business Leader of the Year in October 1998. Mr. Foster, a native of Fostoria, Ohio, was the Vice Chairman of Alltel Communications and the former CEO of 360 Communications. He is a native of rural Fostoria. Income from this endowment will be used to provide new library books to be shelved in the Pfeiffer Library of Tiffin University. THE DIANE AND GEORGE KIDD, JR. ENDOWED LECTURE SERIES This scholarship was established by the Trustees of Tiffin University recognizing George and Diane Kidd’s 21 years of service as President and First Lady (1981-2002). The income is to be used for a speaker’s honorarium and for housing and food for the speaker while he or she is on campus. Each speaker is expected to lecture in both graduate and undergraduate business classes including a public lecture which includes the community at large. Each speaker is to be chosen by the Dean of the School of Business. THE CHARLES L. MCKILLIP MEMORIAL CHAIR BUSINESS FUND Charles McKillip was a faculty member from 1927-1972. Annually, income from this endowment is to be used to provide academic support for the faculty member named chair. The recipient of the fund must be named by the Dean of School of Business upon approval of the Vice President of Academic Affairs and the President of Tiffin University. THE ALFRED M. AND GRACE E. REICHARD MEMORIAL FUND Alfred M. Reichard, along with F.J. Miller, purchased the Heidelberg Commercial College in 1912 and founded Tiffin Business University in 1917 and Tiffin University in 1939. This memorial is funded by a bequest of his wife, Grace Reichard. Income from the fund is to be used for general support of the University’s operations.


FOUNDER’S CLUB ($5,000 +) Mr. and Mrs. Larry Adelsperger Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Clouse DAC Group Dr. and Mrs. David L. Hayes Dr. and Mrs. Gary R. Heminger Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Kirk Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Klepper Mr. Thomas H. Miller Dr. and Mrs. Frank Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Paradiso Pepsi-Cola General Bottlers, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Robinson

The Annual Fund The Giving Clubs of Tiffin University recognize the importance of leadership contributions to the Annual Fund each year. Membership is also extended to those who utilize their corporate matching gift programs. The giving clubs support the current operation of Tiffin University at a level of recognition. TU’s most prestigious clubs are the Founder’s and President’s Clubs, an essential group of supporters who, by level of support,reflect the importance of leadership giving. All contributors to Tiffin University’s Annual Fund enjoy personal and regular communication with the Office of Development and Public Affairs.

PRESIDENT’S CLUB ($1,000 to $4,999.99) Mr. and Mrs. Lonny Allen Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barchent Jr Mr. and Mrs. Brian Bilger Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Blankemeier Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Borich Mr. and Mrs. Nate Brickner Mr. Rudy Brownell Mr. Jerry K. Buccilla Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Burns Mr. and Mrs. David J. Claus Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cole Mr. and Mrs. David Conn Dr. Gordon A. Crews Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Croy Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Dandurand Mr. and Mrs. James Deats Mr. and Mrs. Derek W. DeVine Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Dornauer Mr. and Mrs. Andrew R. Faber Mrs. Ana P. Fantini and Dr. Sharon L. Perry- Fantini Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Felter Mrs. Rose M. Frick Ms. Blythe A. Friedley Dr. Sushmita Ghosh and Dr. Nabarun Ghose Mr. and Mrs. Gary Goff Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Granata Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. James Gucker, Esq. Dr. and Mrs. Perry Haan Mr. and Mrs. Scott W. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Drew Hanley Mr. and Mrs. Michael Herdlick Mr. William F. Hertzer Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Hisrich Dr. Donna A. James and Mr. Larry H. James

Ms. Claire F. Johansen and Mr. Michael L. Pfefferle Mr. and Mrs. Allan Kaplan Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kerschner Ms. Laura A. Ketter and Mr. Joseph Kin Mr. and Mrs. John D. Kinn Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krumsee Mr. and Mrs. D. Ted Kuenzli Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Lange Mr. and Mrs. John Lay Mr. Mark Levans Mrs. Mary E. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lyons Mr. and Mrs. Carmen A. Mangiola Dr. and Mrs. Jeremy J. Marinis Dr. and Mrs. Paul Marion Drs. Laura and Daniel Mays Dr. and Mrs. Robert McClung Mr. and Mrs. William McDowell, Jr. Dr. Kellie C. McGilvray and Mr. Brandon McGilvray Mr. and Mrs. David E. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Nutter Dr. and Mrs. James Padilla Mr. Anthony J. Paradiso and Ms. DeAnn Krauss Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Paulus Mr. and Mrs. Robert Petras The Pruina Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ranieri Dr. and Mrs. Morgan R. Rees Mr. and Mrs. Weston Reinbolt Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Reineke Mr. William F. Reineke Sr. Mr. William Reineke, Jr. Mr. Gary E. Robinette Mr. and Mrs. Eugene N. Schalk Dr. Lillian Schumacher and Dr. Ronald M. Schumacher Dr. Teresa E. Shafer and Mr. Mark Shafer Mr. and Mrs. Eric Shook Mr. Marc A. Small Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smothers Mr. and Mrs. John R. Stock Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Watson Dr. Reginald Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wisnor Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron G. Wood Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wyden Dr. Wendy J. Ziems-Mueller and Mr. Axel Mueller Mr. Frederick E. Zoeller

DEVELOPER’S CLUB ($500 to $999.99) Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Bowlus Mr. Harry L. Burd Dr. Curtis B. Charles and Dr. Kelly Jackson Charles Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur E. Cole Ms. Frances A. Fleet Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Foos Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frias Ms. Judy A. Gardner and Dr. Michael Coomes Dr. Debra S. Gatton and Dr. Gary Kustis Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Gilbert Ms. Rhonda C. Gilreath Mr. Jack W. Greene Mr. and Mrs. Keith N. Haley Dr. Joyce Hall-Yates Mr. and Mrs. Kraig T. Klopfenstein Mr. and Mrs. W. Ed Lape Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. George Miller Mr. and Mrs. Roger R. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Jed O. Osborn Mr. William T. Patterson Mrs. Susie Payne Dr. Bonnie Tiell and Mr. Gregory Tiell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wilkins


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Mrs. Wendy E. Speelman Mrs. Janet P. Spore Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Starkweather Mr. and Ms. Scott Staunton Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Steinmetz Mr. Wayne A. Stephens Mr. Tiffan G. Stephens Mr. and Mrs. R. Ronnie Stiltner Mr. Jordan J. Stock Mr. and Mrs. Terence J. Stocker Dr. and Mrs. Jeffry J. Stockner Mr. Jared M. Streeter Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Stuller Mr. Julian Sullinger Dr. and Mrs. Terry Sullivan Ms. Krista K. Swanagan Mr. Bradford Tanner Mr. David M. Thompson Mr. Lyle T. Underwood Mr. Joseph VanKerkhove Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Vassalle Ms. Ashley N. Vaughn Mrs. Judy VonBlon Mr. George L. Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Randy Waire Mr. and Mrs. William R. Waters Dr. Phyllis A. Watts Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Weinandy Mr. Raymond J. Weleski, Jr. Mr. Scott R. Welty Mr. C. Michael White Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Widman Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Wilch Mr. and Mrs. Joel V. Wilkins Dr. and Mrs. James C. Wilson Mr. C.W. Bill Yeager Mr. and Mrs. Todd Young Mr. and Mrs. David R. Zak Miss Madison S. Zelms Dr. and Mrs. Roy S. Zinn


ALUMNI GIVING Class of 1936

Orrin G. Lust Class of 1939

Estate of Pauline Cook Heyman Class of 1940

Betty E. Needs Class of 1941

Marjorie A. Gillig Eleanor J. Sheehe Class of 1942

Tom F. Mahs Eugene M. Ruehle Class of 1944

Margene Pingle Reese Class of 1945

Alfreda M. Dannemiller Donald E. Long Class of 1946

Carl W. Yeager Class of 1947

Laura M. Foust Martha J. Hamlin Class of 1948

Richard J. Gibson Class of 1949

Rolland D. Bibler Jerry F. Freeh Andrew J. Lukac Dorothy L. Robey Elmer E. Wilch Class of 1950

Wilbur E. Cole Robert Van Horn Class of 1951

Wilma J. Bishop Brema C. Konst Colvin William V. Smith Janet Pfeiffer Spore Class of 1952

Ruth Ann Hostler Eugene L. Kessler

Class of 1954

Class of 1965

Class of 1971

Class of 1978

Janet L. Ervin

Anita M. Barrick David P. Burkett Jon W. Cartwright Duane G. Garland Steve H. Hartsel Paul R. Houck Ronald E. Klausing David E. Mitchell Ronald L. Thompson

Stephen Breidenbach Dannie D. Craft Linda Duprey-Ferguson James Faist Robert W. Gaver Roger J. Kleinfelter Arlene Messina Curtis L. Peterson Stephen L. Scheiber Herbert Scherer

David Karshuk

Class of 1955

Lawrence N. Filliater Merris A. Welge Class of 1956

Gary P. Godfred Class of 1957

Marty Slaybaugh Hoover Joseph A. Scherger Class of 1958

Cortland N. Heykoop William McDowell Class of 1959

Mary Jane Brakeall Richard H. Cotten Howard D. Flowers Larry J. Hoover Merv E. Kauffman Donald L. Mayle Irma M. Ramsey Jimmie E. Thomas Class of 1960

Allen K. Corfman Gene L. Corfman William F. Hertzer Edward P. Patsch Elizabeth Cramer Schumaker Verne Schumaker Class of 1961

Charles W. Ardner Carl F. Arnold David N. Cooper Class of 1962

Ned E. Brinkman Mary Jane Scherger Thomas A. Scherger Gary Zeisloft Class of 1963

James L. Bennett Harry L. Burd Mary Jo Carroccio John V. Gonya Wyatt Perkins Class of 1964

Jack W. Greene Dennis Kear Floyd J. Lawless

Class of 1966

Robert Alt William P. Crohen Michael J. Juby Francine Kuenzli Kathleen K. Rose Eugene Sanders Jack A. Turner George L. Wagner Jenny A. Wells Class of 1967

D. Ted Kuenzli Alison Birkholtz Lauer Carol Bockbrader Manbeck Donald G. Sabato Richard A. Shaffer R. Ronnie Stiltner

Class of 1979

Mark A. Blankemeier David W. Bloom Debora J. Pine Terry R. Saalman Richard A. Shaffer Deborah Walliser Smith Class of 1980

Class of 1972

John D. Haughawout Dennis Kear Gary E. Robinette Paul Weaver Raymond J. Weleski Bill E. Wilson

David M. Thompson Lyle T. Underwood Class of 1981

Gary L. Cole David R. Herron Bernard J. Steinmetz Robert G. Watson

Class of 1973

Lynn Child James M. Deats Bradford J. Lawrence Jeff M. Merkle

Class of 1982

Randy A. Aube Larry L. Hardy Diane Frederick Klopfenstein

Class of 1974

Leonard J. Clouse Joseph N. Robenalt Wayne A. Stephens Daryl W. Weininger

Class of 1983

Dennis E. Foos Gail Kraft Foos Marylynn Hartsel Timothy A. Heppner

Class of 1975

Class of 1984

Linda Detillion Edith Easley Sue Reser

Theresa Stephens Nibblett Mary L. Rathfelder Marla Crall Scheffler

Class of 1969

Class of 1976

Larry R. Arend Blythe A. Friedley Dean A. Johnston John W. Lauer Russell L. Nash Charles M. Wentz

Gail D. Amstutz David L. Hayes Gary R. Heminger Ronald F. Lutz Jed O. Osborn James A. Smith Joseph E. Steininger Charles D. Walton

Warren Bussard George Miller Sharon A. Miller

Class of 1968

Class of 1970

Mary Jane Brakeall Ronald R. Brown Karen L. Dendinger Ilse Faist Stanley E. Manbeck Frank A. Marchetti Joan Rinker-Kisling

Class of 1985

Edith Ardner Bosler Melinda Crall-Cauley Lori Reinbolt Hall Roger R. Miller Phillip G. Myers Paul E. Zimmerman Class of 1986

Class of 1977

Larry J. Cole Steve Detillion Stephen J. Feasel Marie B. Fresch Michael C. Kirchner Cynthia Manbeck Jankowski David E. Miller Fredrick J. Reimer Michael Reser Daniel J. Ritter Linda S. Ritzler Robert C. Ritzler

James R. Fey Mark T. Griffin Ed Kaiser Mary E. Lewis Charles B. Lutz Pauline A. Smith


ALUMNI GIVING (continued) Class of 1987

Rosann M. Arbogast Randy J. Best Joanne L. Bower Julie A. Kleinhenz Doris M. Lambert Annette Staunton Gregory Tiell Susan Graham Treece Cristal A. Waser Class of 1988

Ida M. Cooley Barth Downie Daniel J. Ewald Patrick A. Hoepf Jon Nutter Daniel R. Wurm Class of 1989

Scott A. Beck Lori A. Bentz Thomas B. Gernert Danna Derr Myerholtz Kelly L. Stocker Scott R. Welty Lisa Weasner Williams Class of 1990

Nancy A. Cochran Terence J. Stocker Kevin L. Wasserman Stephen D. Williams Class of 1991

Lonny Allen Catherine F. Rathburn Cristal A. Waser Michael Wisnor Class of 1992

Gary L. Cole Susan Englehart Peggy L. Ewald Michael Fisher Kenneth B. Foy Lori Reinbolt Hall Kaylene M. Hunt Claire F. Johansen Stephen G. Kimmet William Reineke Jr. Anthony Reser Sue Reser Paul K Smith Susan Graham Treece Ann Woolf Barbara Keith Zinn

Class of 1993

Class of 1999

Class of 2003

Class of 2008

Class of 2012

Class of 2015

Charles R. Ardner Mark A. Fishpaw Randy Joseph Denice L. Myers Joyce Nocton Michelle Wisnor

Vanessa A. Ardner Kelly J. Auble Jeffrey L. Beard Clinton L. Faulkner Kellie Jakubowski McGilvray Sharon A. Miller Teresa R. Miller Mark Pardi Joseph G. Podach Darby M. Roggow Daniel J. Starkweather Nancy J. Sullivan

Christopher L. Chase Andrew R. Faber Lois A. Koehler Kristi Krintzline Jeremy J. Marinis Sandra L. Mosser Sharon L. Perry-Fantini Robert Petras Brian W. Smith Timothy L. Warren Aaron G. Wood Amy R. Wood

Julie A. Allen Justin Baker Zachary J. Ball Jennifer R. Barthel Dalva K. Church Philip T. Conley JoElle N. Hall Brian R. Howard Chaderick Johnson Donald A. Johnson Sarah DePugh Johnson Terry E. Johnson Joseph A. Mahan Janice C. Ogden Scott W. Saracusa Ashley N. Vaughn

Jill E. Biltz Joe T. Borich Megan R. Borich Shawana Brown Noah I. Fox JoElle N. Hall Heather Hamilton Elise Pfefferle Hanley Jessica L. Huffman Donald A. Johnson Jody Kilpatrick Carol J. Kline Matthew J. Misciasci Kristen L. Robinson Steven M. Schmit Cecil K. Starnes Tyler L. Webb

Denise Burkin Jessica Burnworth Hector Caudillo Chadd M. Clifford Robert Gonzalez Cole Jenkins Howard E. Jordan Cynthia A. Lenz Lauren M. Middleton Elisha X. Owens Victoria Smith Jordan J. Stock Jared M. Streeter Madison S. Zelms

Class of 1994

Randy L. Buck Nancy A. Cochran Andrew J. Felter Doris M. Lambert Charles B. Lutz Debora J. Pine Leonard J. Reaves III Paul K Smith Wendy Shaw Speelman Class of 1995

Mathew T. Crane Kelly Daniel Randy Joseph George Miller Robin Perry Reaves Micah J. Rettig Pamela A. Russell Holly M. Stacy Annette Staunton Class of 1996

Rudy Brownell Susan M. Gerdeman DeAnn Krauss Darby M. Roggow Ronald M. Schumacher Bradford Tanner

Class of 2004 Class of 2000

Charles R. Ardner Kelly J. Auble Ruth J. Babel-Smith Scott E. Blough Lucianne Miller Bowlus DeAnn Krauss Michelle Lofton-Durbin William J. Schumacher Daniel J. Starkweather Terence J. Stocker James M. Walker Class of 2001

Rosann M. Arbogast Janet L. Hanacek Jack P. McGreehin Michael L. Pine Jodie M. Schumacher Nancy J. Sullivan Krista K. Swanagan Nicole A. Wasserman Joseph W. Weininger

Class of 1997

Jeffrey L. Durbin Edward J. Gebhart Jodi S. Knittle Leonard J. Reaves III Jenna L. Skidmore James M. Walker Ann Woolf Class of 1998

Douglas R. Brandt Rhonda C. Gilreath Laura A. Ketter Ann V. Waters William R. Waters

Class of 2002

Vanessa A. Ardner Rudy Brownell Krista L. Bucher Phillip Epstein Mark Hatcher Elizabeth M. Knackstedt Dawn M. Leiss Crystal Stroble Long Kellie Jakubowski McGilvray MaryEllen Melcher Nancy J. Miller Larry R. Smith Annette Staunton

Andrea D. Howse Faber Nathan R. Long MaryEllen Melcher Nancy J. Miller Julie Starkweather Vickie Underwood Todochi A. Wells Class of 2005

Christopher L. Chase Andrew R. Faber Bryan J. Harmon Calvin J. Higgins Michael R. Lewis Jon D. Perkowski Sharon L. Perry-Fantini Scott W. Saracusa Lori Shurte Nancy M. Soehnlen

Class of 2009

Rebecca L. Brose Philip T. Conley Andrea C. Draper Heather Hamilton Deidre Herdlick Yaw O. Mamphey Carol A. McDannell Nancy J. Miller Lori S. Planchon Andrew M. Porter Kristen L.Robinson Jonathon Rodriguez Kristyn Tooley Wilkins Victoria Galaska Wilkins Class of 2010

Class of 2006

Allison M. Burroughs Lacy Cherry Ellis Andrea D. Howse Faber Lea M. Kovacsiss Brienne E. Lemire Marc A. Small Shirley A. Trail

Zachary J. Ball Denise Burkin Jacole M. Eaton Rhonda R. Martin Sue Reser Raymond M. Robinson Jacquelyn N. Smith Cecil K. Starnes Joel V. Wilkins

Class of 2007

Dan Dower Lacy Cherry Ellis Elise Pfefferle Hanley Lea M. Kovacsiss Yaw O. Mamphey Jon D. Perkowski Jaclyn M. Pessell Ryan N. Pessell Amber D. Romigh Brent Rosselit Nancy M. Soehnlen Julie Starkweather Krista K. Swanagan Donna L. Trogdon Cristal A. Waser Tyler L. Webb Joseph Wilkins

Class of 2011

Jeffery M. Allen Rebecca L. Brose Deidre Herdlick Kyle G. Hintze Nikki Hintze Ashley M. Hosang Robert C. Keplinger Janice C. Ogden Randy O’Keefe Abhishek Ramaswami Juliet C. Russell Julie Starkweather Nancy Tipple Victoria Galaska Wilkins

Class of 2013

Melissa Bigg Kenneth A. Boarman Keri Drain Lisa M. Draves Savannah J. Harner Brock Mitchell Evelyn F. Nabbah Shane K. O’Donnell Steve Portokalis Kyle P. Robinson Natasha H. Saylors Jacob A. Simon Teresa F. Stewart Justin Vice Benjamin M. Wagner Michael A. Woods Class of 2014

Megan R. Borich Mary K. Campbell Andrea C. Draper Noah I. Fox Katherine Gordon Laura Green JoElle N. Hall Jessica L. Huffman Pamela Lewis-Kidder Matthew J. Misciasci Cory S. Oakley Brian Talbot Elizabeth A. Winters

CAMPUS FAMILY Mr. Lonny Allen Mrs. Julie Allen Mr. Charles Ardner Dr. Elizabeth Athaide-Victor Mr. Justin Baker Mr. Zachary Ball Ms. Chelsea Bass Dr. Dan Bell Mrs. Lori Bentz Ms. Melissa Bigg Mr. Scott Blough Mrs. Jennifer Boucher Dr. Bruce Bowlus Ms. Rebecca Brose Ms. Erica Brown Ms. Deana Brown Mr. Rudy Brownell Ms. Callie Brutcher Mr. Jerry Buccilla Mrs. Denise Burkin Dr. Aaron Burton Miss Mary Campbell Ms. Catherine Carlson Mr. Kevin Cashen Ms. Dalva Church Mr. Brandon Clay Dr. Teresa Collins Mr. Philip Conley Ms. Dana Cordova Dr. Gordon Crews Mr. Jeremy Croy Mrs. Kelly Daniel Ms. Maria De Oliveira Dr. Erin Dean Dr. Thomas Debbink Mrs. Mary Denny Mr. Ronald Depinet Mrs. Shari Depinet

Ms. Lori Distel Ms. Amanda Dominique Ms. Andrea Draper Ms. Robin Dunlap Mrs. Jill Earl Mr. Matt Edwards Mrs. Lacy Ellis Mr. Andrew Faber Mrs. Andrea Faber Mrs. Ana Fantini Ms. Lee Fearnside Mrs. Jeanie Fisher Ms. Frances Fleet Ms. Frances Ford Dr. Danielle Foster Ms. Deb Fowler Mr. Noah Fox Ms. Rebecca Fox Ms. Donna Frank Ms. Vickie Frantz Ms. Mary Frisch Dr. Venkataramana Gajjala Ms. Judy Gardner Dr. Debra Gatton Ms. Julie George Dr. Sushmita Ghosh Mr. Steven Gilbert Mrs. Nancy Gilbert Ms. Rhonda Gilreath Mr. Gary Goff Mrs. Tiffanie Goff Mrs. Nancy Golinski Mr. Dale Graham Dr. Mary Grennen Mr. Tristan Griffin Mr. James Gucker Dr. Perry Haan Mrs. Judy Hafley Ms. Maite Hall Ms. JoElle Hall Mrs. Lori Hall Dr. Joyce Hall-Yates Ms. Heather Hamilton Ms. Savannah Harner Mrs. Deidre Herdlick Mr. Michael Herdlick Mr. Diego Hernandez Ms. Melanie Heyne Mr. John Hill Mrs. Nikki Hintze Mr. Gray Horn Ms. Amanda Hummel Ms. Brianne Hurd Dr. Steven Hurwitz Ms. Laura Igaune Mr. Josh Ison Ms. Kathleen Jackson Mrs. Sarah Johnson Ms. Julieta Johnson Dr. Lisa Kahle-Piasecki

Mrs. Deb Kaya Ms. Laura Ketter Mr. Matthew Kibler Mr. Michael Kidd Mrs. Rhonda Kieffer Mr. Harold “Bud” Kinn Ms. Alexandra Kirchner Mrs. Erin Kisabeth Mr. John Kleinoeder Mr. Richard Kline Mrs. Sally Kloepfer Mrs. Sandy Koehler Ms. Carol Koehler Mrs. Kristi Krintzline Ms. Deborah Landis Mr. Michael Latorre Dr. Fang-Mei Law Ms. Bethany Leary Mr. Michael Lewis Dr. Zhaolu Lu Mrs. Ellen Lucius Mr. Yaw Mamphey Mrs. Jamie Marinis Dr. Jeremy Marinis Ms. Michelle Maus Mrs. Carol McDannell Dr. Kellie McGilvray Ms. Sharon McIntosh Mr. George Miller Mrs. Teresa Miller Ms. Nancy Miller Mr. Adam Neugebauer Mr. Jeff Nickerson Mrs. Josephine Nutter Mr. Shane O’Donnell Ms. Janice Ogden Dr. James Padilla Dr. Shane Parendo Ms. Karri Parkhurst Mr. Brandon Perry Dr. Sharon Perry-Fantini Dr. Krista Petrosino Mrs. Deborah Phillips Mr. Dustin Porter Mr. Frank Prihoda Mr. Steven Rau Mr. Leonard Reaves Mr. Bradley Rees Mrs. Allison Rees Mr. Nicholas Reinhard Mr. Micah Rettig Mrs. Tangi Ritchie Mr. Raymond Robinson Mr. Darby Roggow Mr. Brent Rosselit Mr. James Rovira Mrs. Jennifer Saam Mr. Scott Saracusa Ms. Natasha Saylors Ms. Celinda Scherger Mr. Justin Schlenker

Mr. Mark Schrock Dr. Lillian Schumacher Dr. Ron M. Schumacher Mr. William Schumacher Mr. David Scott Mr. David Selnick Dr. Teresa Shafer Mr. Joseph Simcoe Mr. Jacob Simon Ms. Stephanie Smith Mr. Russell Snyder Mr. Lee Stalker Mrs. Julie Starkweather Ms. Annette Staunton Mrs. Kelly Stocker Dr. Jeffry Stockner Mrs. Jennifer Stuller Mr. Julian Sullinger Dr. Terry Sullivan Ms. Nancy Sullivan Ms. Krista Swanagan Dr. Bonnie Tiell Mrs. Susan Treece Mrs. Sharon Uitto Mr. Joseph VanKerkhove Mrs. Diane Vassalle Ms. Ashley Vaughn Mrs. Melissa Waire Mr. John Wank Mr. Robert Watson Dr. Phyllis Watts Mrs. Melissa Weininger Mr. C. Michael White Mrs. Kristyn Wilkins Mr. Joel Wilkins Mrs. Victoria Wilkins Mr. Joseph Wilkins Mrs. Lisa Williams Mr. Michael Wisnor Mrs. Amy Wood Mr. Leon Wyden Dr. Wendy Ziems- Mueller


ENDOWED FUNDS

FRIENDS GIVING

The David and Maureen Boyd Student Investment Fund The Aaron Ciak Memorial Scholarship The Ivan Daniel and Maxine L. Cole Scholarship The Harold B. and Brema Konst Colvin Scholarship The Craycraft Hall Endowment Fund The Dr. Gene Crutsinger Memorial Scholarship The Dr. Kenneth B. Cummins Endowed Scholarship The DeLuca-Grandillo Endowed Scholarship The Doepker Scholarship The First Citizens National Bank Scholarship The A. Robert and Louanna R. Fleet Endowed Memorial Scholarship The Dennis and Patty Foster Endowed Book Fund The Frank/Heminger Endowed Scholarship Fund in Corporate Leadership The Franks Hall Endowment Fund The Rolland W. Friedley – Farmers State Bank Memorial Scholarship The Michael D. Gaietto Endowed Scholarship The GAR Foundation Endowed Scholarship The Mildred I. Hankey Scholarship The Valerie Ann Hartman Perkins Memorial Fund The David and Patty Hayes MBA Gateway Endowed Scholarship The Dr. and Mrs. Prasad C. Kakarala Endowed Scholarship The Diane and George Kidd, Jr. Endowed Lecture Series The Dr. Paul and Susan Marion Endowed Scholarship The Charles L. McKillip Memorial Chair Business Fund The John and Joyce Millar Scholarship The Earnest R. and Mary E. Patterson Scholarship The Orville D. & Irma Yoder Payne Memorial Scholarship The Alfred M. and Grace E. Reichard Memorial Fund The Kyle Ryman Memorial Scholarship The Paul and Muriel Sayers Memorial Scholarship The Eugene N. and Betty Schalk Scholarship The Ernst Selig Law Enforcement Endowed Scholarship The Daisy and Frederick Stone Scholarship The Tiffin Women’s Club Endowed Scholarship The James C. Todd Memorial Scholarship The Edward J. Werling, Jr. Endowed Scholarship in HR Management Fund The George Whitfield, Jr. Endowed Scholarship The Wayne and Virginia Kurtz Zahn Scholarship The Webster Industries Endowed Scholarship The 50th Year Class Scholarship

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Akers Mr. and Mrs. Al Allard Mr. Scott Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anglin Mr. and Mrs. Steve Asbach Mr. Marcelo Assicie Mr. Ken Babe Dr. and Mrs. Brian Bach Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bach Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bachelder Mr. Alan Bailey Ms. Carol Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barchent Jr Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barnes Dr. Tim Beidelschies Mrs. Barbara Beinecke-Spitler and Mr. David J. Spitler Mr. and Mrs. Bill Benner Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bennett Ms. Marguerite O. Bernard Ms. Sherry Bode Ms. Leona Bonczek Mr. and Mrs. Douglas B. Bonnoront Mr. and Mrs. David J. Boyd Mr. Kaylar Brown Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Bruce Ms. Callie M. Brutcher Ms. Joyce L. Buccione Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Burns Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cade Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cangemi Mr. Kevin Carrigan Mr. and Mrs. David Cassidy Dr. Curtis B. Charles and Dr. Kelly Jackson Charles Mr. and Mrs. David J. Claus Mr. Donald Clifford Mr. and Mrs. Mel Coen Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cole Dr. and Mrs. Larry Cook Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cooley Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cooperider Mr. Denny Corrigan Mr. Tom Crane Ms. Rachel Czuba Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Dandurand Mr. Gianni D’Angela Ms. Lisa Dean Mr. Frances Dennis Mr. Dale Depew Mr. Kevin S. Dick Mr. and Mrs. Tim Didion Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Doepker Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Dornauer Mr. and Mrs. William Doyle-Solomon Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dramis Mr. and Mrs. Dana Dunbar Mrs. Marilynn Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edwards

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Elliott Mr. and Mrs. David Elwell Ms. Rose M. Ernst Mr. and Mrs. Champ Evans Mr. and Mrs. Troy Evans Mr. and Mrs. Brian Fargus Mr. and Mrs. Richard Feasel Ms. Michelle Feierabend Ms. Mary Ferris Mr. LaVanche Fisk Mr. Edward Fitzgerald Mr. Aldonte Flonnoy Mrs. Janet Freeman Mrs. Rose M. Frick Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Friedley Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gardner Mr. Charles Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Jon Garramone Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Gase Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gavin Mr. and Mrs. Alan Green Mr. and Mrs. Bill Groce Mr. and Mrs. John Halbesma Mr. and Mrs. Keith N. Haley Mr. James Hall Mr. and Mrs. John Hanba Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hardecopf Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Harris Mr. Ted Hartley Mr. and Mrs. Ken Haynes Mr. and Mrs. Les Heller Mr. and Mrs. Mark Heller Mr. Carl Hibscher Dr. Josh Hill Mr. David Hoar Mr. Gary Hoar Mr. Matt Hoar Mr. Mike Hoar Mr. and Mrs. Marvin R. Hohman Ms. Mary E. Huth Mr. and Mrs. William Hymel Mr. Eric Jackson Dr. Donna A. James and Mr. Larry H. James Mr. Doug Jameson Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jasser Mr. and Mrs. Greg Johnson Ms. Margarita Kalmikova Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Kalnow Mr. and Mrs. Allan Kaplan Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kathman Mr. and Mrs. James Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kelley Mr. Matt J. Kesseler Mr. and Mrs. John D. Kinn Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kiska Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Klausing Mr. Jim Klein Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Klepper Mr. and Mrs. Rich Koukalik Mr. and Mrs. Tom Krapf

Mr. Paul Krapf Mr. Scott J. Kromer Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krumsee Mr. and Mrs. John Kunakowsky Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Lange Mr. and Mrs. Derek W. DeVine Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Lanning Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lape Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Steve LeMasters Ms. Pam Light Mr. Ron Linhart Dr. Ralph Lutz and Dr. Barbara Lutz Ms. Patti Machuga Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahovlich Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Maiberger Mr. Rafael Maldonado Mr. and Mrs. Carmen A. Mangiola Mr. and Mrs. Dan Manley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mann Mr. and Mrs. Mike Marciniak Mr. and Mrs. Darrell McGraw Mr. Frank McKay Mr. and Mrs. Kevin McNamara Ms. Jan McQuistion Ms. Roxanna Melton Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Meyer Mr. Pat Miller Mr. Thomas H. Miller Mr. Todd Miller Ms. Alice Miller Ms. Monica A. Miller Mr. Walter Minton Mr. Roderic Moore Mr. and Mrs. Terry Moranegg Mr. Clyde E. Morris Mr. Mark Morse Ms. Melodie Myers Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mytnick Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nahlik Mr. and Mrs. Ron Nickels Mr. and Mrs. Steve Niehoff Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norris Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Nutter Mr. and Mrs. Denny Nye Mr. Joseph P. Obringer Dr. Casey O’Conor Mr. Neil O’Keeffee Ms. Shelly Olson Mr. Anthony J. Paradiso and Ms. DeAnn Krauss Mr. Michael Paradiso Ms. Delores Park Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pasheilich Mr. William T. Patterson Dr. Kendall Paulson Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Paulus Mr. John L. Payne Mrs. Susie Payne Mr. Harry Pelot Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pope


FRIENDS GIVING (continued) Ms. Eleanor Porter Mr. and Mrs. Ron Pytel Ms. Marianne Rankin Mr. and Mrs. Roger R. Reece Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed Mr. Rephard Reed Dr. and Mrs. Morgan R. Rees Mr. and Mrs. Weston Reinbolt Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Reineke Mr. Larry Ripes Mrs. and Mr. Ronit Ripes Mr. and Mrs. John Rizleris Ms. Sara Rizor Mr. and Mrs. John Royer Mr. Michael Ruiz Ms. Juanita Ryan Mr. Tony Sabol Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Sager Ms. Jill Saliba Mr. and Mrs. Frank Samora Mr. Javier Sanabria Ms. Alma Sanabria Mr. and Mrs. John Sappington Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sappington Mr. and Mrs. Eugene N. Schalk Mr. and Mrs. Greg Scherger Mr. David Schild Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schulz Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Schwab II Dr. and Mrs. Jules J. Schwartz Dr. Christopher Sears Mr. and Mrs. Pat Sedlon Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seely Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sendelbach Mr. Chad Sendelbach Mr. Ryan Sendelbach Mr. Paul Shapiro Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Shaw Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Shawberry Mr. and Mrs. David Shelton Mr. Kevin Sims Mr. and Mrs. Ken Sippola Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Smith Dr. and Mrs. Mark S. Somodi Ms. Elinor M. Spellerberg Mr. and Mrs. Todd Spires Mr. Bob Stanish Mr. and Mrs. Bob Starcher Ms. MaryAnn Stearns Mr. and Mrs. Willard Steele Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Stern Mr. and Mrs. Cary Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. James C. Streacker Mrs. and Mr. Mary Jean Stuart Mr. and Mrs. John Thom Ms. Rosalie Thomas Mr. and Mrs. John Tomaszewski

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Tschanen Mr. and Mrs. Larry Tunison Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vanscoder Mr. Adam Vernau Ms. Josephine Vernau Dr. and Mrs. Waack Ms. Constance White Mr. John Wiedmaier Mr. and Mrs. Rod Williams Ms. Jacqueline Williams Dr. and Mrs. James C. Wilson Mr. Daniel P. Wisard Mr. Matt Yaratch Ms. Monica Yoho Mr. Parada Martinez Yonathan Mr. and Mrs. Todd Young Mr. Matthew Zahel Mr. and Mrs. David R. Zak Mr. and Mrs. Brant A. Zemelka Mr. Craig Zimmers and Dr. Sharon Zimmers Mr. and Mrs. Ken Zirwas Mr. Fred Zoeller

Mr. Albert C. Fate Ms. Cuba L. Gibson Mrs. Sandra S. Stevens Patterson Mr. Jack H. Payne Mr. John T. Welly

Mr. and Mrs. Louie F. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Brian Jones Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Kalf Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Kempton Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Kibler Mr. and Mrs. Kip Kieffer Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. King Ms. Teri M. Klick Ms. Gretchen L. Kontul Mr. and Mrs. Matt Koons Ms. Earlyn J. Kuhns Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lambert Ms. Jill Lionetti Mr. and Mrs. Robert Madison Mrs. Susan M. Massey Mr. and Mrs. David F. Mertz Mr. and Mrs. Michael Metry Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Ocker Mr. David Penzone Mr. John Plott Mr. Michael Puckett Ms. Susan Reiter Ms. Shelly Richards Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schneider Ms. Lori A. See Mr. and Mrs. Jon Snyder Mr. and Mrs. John Stocker Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Stucky Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Weinandy Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Widman Richard J. Winterman Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Woodside Mr. Rudy Zemelka

PARENTS GIVING

HONORARY DEGREE

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ameling Mr. and Mrs. Myron Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bader Mr. and Mrs. Donn W. Belzer Mr. and Mrs. James Bray Mr. and Mrs. Mark Chandles Ms. Theresa Chavez Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Coleman Mr. Wesley M. Dodsworth Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Dye Mr. Dan R. Frenz Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frias Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Granata Mr. and Mrs. David L. Greenwalt Mr. and Mrs. William J. Groff Mr. and Mrs. Jude A. Grondin Mr. Brian Harper Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Heil Mr. and Mrs. Seth Herrnstein Ms. Suzanne Homer Mrs. Alison Hudson Mr. Michael A. Jasper

Dr. David L. Hayes Dr. Gary R. Heminger Dr. Frank Murphy Dr. Donna A. James Dr. Jules J. Schwartz

MEMORIALS

TRUSTEES GIVING Mr. Larry Adelsperger Mr. Andrew Felter Mr. Joseph Harris Dr. Robert D. Hisrich Ms. Claire Johansen Ms. Diana Kirk Mr. Michael Klepper Mr. David Mitchell Dr. Frank Murphy Mr. Timothy Paradiso Mr. William Reineke, Sr. Dr. Reginald Wilkinson

CORPORATIONS AND BUSINESSES Advertiser-Tribune Amazon.com, Inc. American Electric Power American Fire & Safety Services, Inc. American Insurance Administrators, Inc. Ameriwood Industries Anese Masonry Company Animal Hospital of Tiffin Bailiwick’s Coffee Company Bair Bros, Inc. Ball Corporation Ballreich Brothers, Inc. BAS Broadcasting Bascom Communications Baumann Chevrolet Buick GMC, Inc. Bed Bath & Beyond #1082 Bed Bath & Beyond #1226 Bed Bath & Beyond #784 Better Business Planning Big Signs.com Bilger’s Lawn & Landscape, LLC Blue Lakes Charters & Tours, Inc. Bookmyer Printing Bryant Farms Bucar Group, Inc. Bunky’s Bicycle Service C.A.R. Auto Sales Carmie’s/Camden Falls Chamber of Commerce of Sandusky County Champs Barbershop Clinton Heights Golf Course Clouse Construction Corp. Coca-Cola Bottling Company Cooper Tire & Rubber Company Coppus Motors, Inc. Country Inn & Suites Crane’s Mattress Crown Battery Crystal Traditions DAC Group Dundore Plumbing & Heating Elite Fire Services Ellucian Company L.P. Engle Shook Funeral Home Erkis and Hickman, LTD Esperanza, Inc. Ewald Furniture Family Video Feasel’s Frame & Collision First Quality First-Knox National Bank Fore S Clothiers Frameworks L.L.C. General Pulaski Council #3323 Grand Rental Station Green Hills Golf Course

GW’s Fine Food & Spirits Harold J. Fraley FOP Lodge #128 Hempy Water of Tiffin, LLC Holiday Inn Express of Tiffin Homenik Door Co, Inc. Honey Creek Homes, Inc. Jeffrey Jewelry JH Cellular, LLC Jimmy John’s JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A. JT’s Bagel Bar Kimmel Corporation Kings Glass Service LLC Kip Kieffer, LLC KOVA Chemical of Ohio Kroger of Tiffin Laminate Technologies, Inc. Lange, Devine & Claus, LLC Leonard Insurance Services Lowe’s Madison St. Pub & Grub Magnus Terra Company, LTD Majestic Golf Club Marathon Petroleum Corporation Marco’s Pizza McDonald’s of Fremont-Tiffin Meade & Associates, Inc. MedBen Merchants’ Credit Guide Co. Mercy Hospital of Tiffin Merrill Lynch Bank of America Mohawk Golf & Country Club MLAD Graphic Design Services, LLC NAPA Auto Parts Nike North Central Electric Cooperative, Inc. Oglesby Construction, Inc. Ohio Auto Club - Tiffin AAA Ohio Mutual Insurance Group Ohio Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, Inc. Old Fort Banking Company Opportunitynoxxcom, LLC Outland Insurance Agency, Inc. Penn Station Pepsi-Cola General Bottlers, Inc. Pioneer Mill Ralph’s Joy of Living Red Hawk Run Golf Course Reineke Family Dealerships Reino’s Pizza & Pasta Republic Lumber, Inc. Robenalt’s Point Drive Thru Rosie’s Soup and Such Rural King Rush Graphix Sacksteder Worland Insurance Agency, Inc. Savage Services Seneca Hills Golf Club Speedway, LLC Strategic Investment Advisors Subway of Tiffin/Fleetwinds, Inc.

Sycamore Hills Golf Club Team Sports Terillium, Inc. Threads, Inc. Tiffin Ace Hardware Tiffin Glass & Mirror Tiffin Insulators Co, LLC Tiffin Scenic Studios Tiffin Westgate, Ltd. TJ Willie’s TPC Food Service TRAX International Corp TRUCO, Inc. TSC TwinMed, LLC US Bank Varsity Barber Shop Walmart Supercenter Webster Industries, Inc. Weininger Family Dentistry Who’s Nuts Your Legacy Federal Credit Union


FOUNDATIONS American Legion Post 250 American Lung Association of the Mid-Atlantic American Red Cross Amvets Ladies Auxiliary Beidelschies, Tim Ben Kasler Memorial Fund Bethesda Foundation for Children Big Walnut Education Foundation, Inc. Black Heritage Council of Marion County Bloom-Vernon Local school District Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland Calvin Johnson Jr. Foundation, Inc. Cardinal Health Foundation CBSA Educational Foundation Cincinnati Scholarship Foundation Cleveland Foundation College Now Community Foundation for the Alleghenies Community Health Network, Inc. Crank It VBC Crawford County 4-H Scholarship Fund Crest Foundation, Inc. Delaware County Foundation Delphos City School District Denny Shute Scholarship Foundation EA Eddie Robbins Memorial Fund Education at Work Inc. Educational Assistance, Ltd. Fairfield County Foundation Findlay Girls Fast Pitch Foster Care to Success Four County Community Foundation Fraternal Order of Police, Quaker Lodge #88 Fremont Ross Sports Hall of Fame Gahanna-Jefferson Education GE Foundation Granite State Detachment MCL #542 Hancock Co Chapter #172 Korea War Veteran Hanover High Boosters Club HHS Athletic Booster Club Hiland Academic Booster Club, Inc. Hillsdale County Community Foundation Holmes County Education Foundation Homer Van Hollenbeck Foundation Homeworth Lions Club Hudsonville Public Schools Huntington Local Ed. Assoc I Know I Can IBEW 683 Education Fund Indiana 4-H Foundation International Scholarship and Tuition Services, Inc. JAGA Charitable Trust Jefferson Local School District JPMorgan Chase Foundation Junior Leaguers Club

KeyBank Foundation Keybank National Association – Trust Division Knights of Columbus License Bureau of the State of Ohio Licking/Knox 12-80 Goodwill Industries Madison Athletic Booster Club Marathon Oil Foundation, Inc. Marion Community Foundation Marion Harding Athletic Boosters McHenry County Retired Teachers’ Assoc. ME Foundation Meshech Frost Testamentary Trust Metropolitan Baptist Tabernacle Mexican American Citizens Club Fund Middletown Community Foundation Mohawk Local School District N.O.Q.H.Q. National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame National Machinery Foundation Nationwide Insurance Foundation NCAA North Florida Junior Golf Foundation North Olmsted City Schools Ohio Council of Community Schools Old Fort Athletic Boosters Omni Source Corporation Ottawa County Community Foundation, Inc Ottawa County FOPA Lodge #34 Paulding County Area Foundation Pecatonica Education Foundation PNC Institutional Investments Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce Port Clinton City School District Put In Bay Board of Education R.E. & Joan S. Allen Foundation Real Life 101 Scholarship Fund Richland County Foundation Ross Foundation, Inc. Rush County Community Foundation Russell Cline Charitable Trust Sandusky County Positive People Scholarship America Security National Trust Company SEIU/District 1199 SMART Scholarship Funding Corp Springboro Youth Basketball St. John Lutheran Church State Farm Companies Foundation State of Iowa The CIRI Foundation The Clara Abbott Foundation The Clark and Laura McCoy Memorial Scholarship Fund The Columbus Foundation The Community Foundation The Community Foundation of Mount Vernon & Knox County The Marguerite Stephenson Foundation

The Ohio Arts Council The Portland Foundation The Pruina Corporation The Van Wert County Foundation Tiffin Charitable Foundation, Inc. Tiffin Rotary Foundation Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Toledo Swiss Societies The Dennis and Sara Trachsel Foundation TWJ-Women’s Department COGIC UFCW District Union Local One Upper Scioto Valley Local School Veteran of Foreign Wars, Post 8832 Wakeman Eagles No 4354 Redcaps Charity Fund, Inc. Washington C.H. City Schools Wayne County Community Foundation Wells Fargo Willard City Schools Wooster HS Alumni & Friends Association

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES Larry A. Adelsperger Tiffin, OH Executive Vice President P.T. Services Rehabilitation, Inc. Fitzgerald B. Bramwell, Ph.D. Sag Harbor, NY Member Manager Empire Science Resources, LLC Joseph DiRenzo III, Ph.D. New London, CT Director, Research Partnership Dev US Coast Guard Research Center

Daniel E. Reineke Tiffin, OH Partner Reineke Family Dealerships

OFFICE OF INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT

William F. Reineke, Sr. Fostoria, OH Chairman Reineke Family Dealerships

David P. Ferguson Interim Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Reginald A. Wilkinson, Ed.D. Columbus, OH President & CEO Ohio College Access Network

EMERITUS TRUSTEES

Andrew J. Felter Tiffin, OH President & CEO Webster Industries, Inc.

C. William Harple Tiffin, OH President & CEO (retired) Seneca Environmental Products

William F. Hertzer Tiffin, OH Retired Accountant

David L. Hayes (Dr.) Toledo, OH President & CEO Hayes & Associates, Inc.

Robert D. Hisrich, Ph.D. Kent, OH Assoc. Dean of Graduate & International Programs Kent State University

Gary R. Heminger (Dr.) Findlay, OH President & Chief Executive Officer Marathon Petroleum Corp

Claire F. Johansen Tiffin, OH Former Owner & President Ohio Outdoor Advertising Corp.

Dianne G. Krumsee Powell, OH Chair of Board Old Fort Banking Co.

Diana Kirk Findlay, OH

Robert Ruffin (Dr.) McKinney, TX VP & Group Manager (retired) AlliedSignal, Inc.

Michael R. Klepper Fostoria, OH Chairman & CFO Superior Distributing Company, Inc. David E. Mitchell St. Joseph, MI Vice President (retired) Whirlpool Corporation Frank Murphy Mansfield, OH CEO University Housing Solutions Timothy J. Paradiso Port Clinton, OH President The Ashley Group Robert Petras Fort Wayne, IN Chief Operating Officer Lamplight Communities/ Priority Life Care

John D. Hill Director of Development Joe T. Borich Assistant Vice President for Major Gifts Lisa W. Williams Executive Director, Media Relations & Publications Mary Ann Stearns Creative Director / Graphic Designer Vickie M. Wilkins Director of Alumni Relations Lori A. Bentz Assistant Director of Annual Giving Jennifer L. Saam Assistant Director of Marketing & Communications Sandy K. Koehler Director of Event Services Nicole Kieffer Event Services Coordinator Patrice Poignon Administrative Assistant

Russell G. Sorg Fremont, OH President (retired) Fremont Kraut Company Richard W. Stephan (Dr.) Blue Bell, PA President Rick Stephan & Associates John Stock Sandusky, OH President S-Group Companies Gordon C. Wagner Bonita Springs, FL President & CEO (retired) First National Bank Frederick E. Zoeller Tiffin, OH President & CEO Laminate Technologies, Inc.

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