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A Storied Past and an Exciting Future Eighty years ago, access to college for Tampa Bay’s young people was a nearly impossible dream. But thanks to Tampa’s visionary leaders, The University of Tampa was born. Eight decades later we can say UT transformed the city of Tampa as well as the tens of thousands of students who have passed through its halls. UT itself has been transformed also. From one iconic building that UT inhabited in its early years, campus is now blessed with 50 buildings. From 12 faculty members in 1931 to 460 today. From a fledgling athletic program to one that now owns 12 national titles. From 67 students from one state and one country, to 6,700 from 50 states and 114 countries. Our evolution as an institution has been amazing, and our future is equally as exciting. Much of UT’s transformation is due to the committed members of the UT community, including alumni, faculty, staff, parents, donors, trustees and friends. Last spring UT grieved the loss of Martha Ferman, who was a dedicated supporter of UT for more than 50 years — more than half of UT’s existence. She and her late husband, James L. Ferman, who had served on UT’s Board of Trustees, have been annual UT donors since 1948 — never missing a year — and were quick to help the University in any capacity. In fact, the Ferman family had even provided their home to serve as the University President’s home for 10 years. It is relationships like these — at every level — that mean so much to the University. Those donors who make it a point to give every year — just like the Fermans — are critical to our success at changing lives. The donor honor roll that begins on page 41 acknowledges these relationships and their role in transforming UT and its students. Once again, the outpouring of support for our University was outstanding. This year we restructured our annual fund phonathon, staffing the phones with students. The results were dramatic. If you received a call, I hope you enjoyed speaking with one of our outstanding students. Through your gifts — no matter how big or small — you play a vital role in the life of the University. As a reader of the Journal, you know how the student experience at UT is vital, exciting and life changing. In recognizing our 80th year, this annual report issue gives me an especially good reason to look at the past while also looking toward the future. As always, I welcome your feedback and ideas about the path of the University. I hope this year that each and every one of you has an opportunity to visit the campus to see the projects made possible through your generous contributions. It’s a great time to visit the new Sykes Chapel and Center for Faith and Values, sit in a class, attend an athletic contest or visit with fellow parents or classmates during Parents’ Weekend and/or Homecoming. I urge you to see for yourself how your gifts have transformed The University of Tampa. Ronald L. Vaughn, Ph.D. President

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contents fall 2011 Vol. xxVIi, No. 1

2 news of note

Martinez Sports Center expansion, interfaith partnership, leaving Libya and researching in Iraq, SparBQ

20 alumni report

Remembering Howell Hall, Flat Sparty pics, Spartan Spotlights and more...

features

cover story

From active classroom learning to hands-on field research, UT students get a taste of the real world.

8 Swimming with Sharks 14 Did You Know?

UT celebrates its 80th birthday this fall, but there are some things you might not know about the University that started as a junior college in 1931.

30 brick by brick

Teaching, and giving, by example

18 Sparking an Interest in UT’s Sports History

Tampa Tribune sports cartoonist Lamar Sparkman was best known for his design of the original Tampa Bay Buccaneers logo. But he also penned cartoons that documented the Spartans’ athletic achievements. Sparkman passed away last year, but left a history that helps define UT.

ABOUT THE COVER: Students in the Sykes College of Business participate in an experiential capstone course analyzing businesses like Buddy Brew Coffee, providing a long-term strategy for the owners. Photo by Jessica Leigh.

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news of note

Happenings on campus and in the community

The Martinez Sports Center project will be completed in two phases.

Sports Center to Expand Renovated Martinez Sports Center will support growing programs UT has begun a two-phase expansion and renovation project of the Martinez Sports Center that will add or renovate 57,000 square feet into multi-use classrooms, labs, faculty offices and athletics space. The first phase of the two-phase project will see a second floor added to the northeast corner of the current building, which faces North Boulevard. A new building façade will integrate the building with the rest of campus. The first phase will provide space primarily for the Department of Health Services and Human Performance, and will consist of eight classrooms, six labs and 19 faculty offices. It is estimated that 35 percent of entering freshmen declare majors within the College

of Natural Health and Sciences. UT President Ronald L. Vaughn said the project will add much-needed academic space to campus while also providing a renovation to the Martinez Sports Center. Phase I is expected to be completed by early 2012. “We’re maximizing existing space on campus and enhancing UT’s strong presence in health sciences and human performance, which is of growing interest to our student population,” Vaughn said. The second phase includes the construction of a new, two-story building that will be attached to the southwest corner of the Martinez Sports Center, toward the women’s softball field. It will house facilities for athletics, ath-

letic training and ROTC. Phase II will be completed in the fall of 2012. Other expansion and renovation projects completed this past summer include: n A new microbiology lab with instrumentation was created in the new Cass Science Annex. n Current nursing facilities in Walker Hall were expanded and redesigned to include new labs, classroom and assessment spaces. Sophisticated new simulators and other equipment were added to support clinical learning and student skill development. n A new electron microscope research lab was created in the Plant Hall science wing to support faculty/ student research and learning.

Florida residents: Step up as a Spartan and purchase a UT license plate the next time you register your car. Proceeds go toward funding scholarships and University improvements. 2  UTjournal  fall 2011


“I can’t think of another campus in the country that has the combination of your dedication of an aspirational vision and a beautiful, powerful, physical building in which you are the proof that we are better together.” —eboo patel

UT at Forefront of White House Initiative The week the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships announced the President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge, UT launched its partnership with the Interfaith Youth Core with a talk by its founder, Eboo Patel. The Interfaith Youth Core is a model for the White House plan, which asks university presidents to commit to promoting interfaith cooperation and community service on their campuses. UT has begun a one-year commitment with the Interfaith Youth Core to build the framework for a sustainable interfaith leadership program. Patel’s dream is for interfaith leadership and literacy to be hallmarks

of a college education. He told the UT crowd on March 15, gathered in the Sykes Chapel and Center for Faith and Values, that he was energized to be in a place that was piloting the movement. “I can tell you that I can’t think of another campus in the country that has the combination of your dedication of an aspirational vision and a beautiful, powerful, physical building in which you are the proof that we are better together,” said Patel, who sits on the Advisory Council at the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. The University is working with the Interfaith Youth Core to enhance current interfaith programming and launch new initiatives for the fall.

Canvasing Nature Scott Tuason ’86, who is internationally known for his landscapes and underwater photography, will exhibit his work at Scarfone/Hartley Gallery on campus from Oct. 14 to Nov. 30. The

Education Grads Top Teacher Ratings In a new study by the Florida Department of Education, new teachers who graduated from UT topped state rankings for teacher effectiveness. The data gauged FCAT performance in reading or math by students of new teachers who graduated from Florida institutions who were spending their first year teaching in Florida public schools. One hundred percent of the teachers with education degrees from UT saw at least half of their students improve on the FCAT, according to the study. The ranking topped other public and independent institutions that were included in the study, including the University of Florida, University of Miami and Florida State University. In other academic news, UT recently received accreditation for its applied sociology concentration from the Commission on the Accreditation of Programs in Applied and Clinical Sociology (CAPACS), and for its bachelor’s degree program in management information systems (MIS) by the Computing Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).

exhibit will also be open during Family and Homecoming weekends. UTjournal  fall 2011  3


news of note

Sykes Chapel Concert Season UT’s 2011-2012 Concert Artist Series in the Sykes Chapel and Center for Faith and Values includes two evening concerts by the organist of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris, performances by renowned organists, pianists, vocalists, chamber musicians and the traditional UT holiday concert in December. All concerts are free and open to the public, but seating is limited. For more information, visit www.ut.edu/sykeschapel. 4  UTjournal  fall 2011


Professor Finds Student Journalists Making Their Voices Heard in Iraq Research is for new book on cutting-edge global journalism practices Assistant Professor Dan Reimold spent the beginning part of this summer in Iraq with some of the people he likes most in this world – student journalists. Travelling to the Kurdish region with the help of a UT David Delo research grant, Reimold visited with student journalists at the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS). “I was there to observe and report upon a courageous group of student journalists at AUIS who founded Iraq’s first post-Saddam independent college newspaper, The AUIS Voice,” said Reimold, who spent two weeks in late May on the research trip and said he felt safe while travelling in the wartorn country. As the advisor for The Minaret, Reimold observes UT students every day as they figure out first-hand the power of the media. He’s also spent time in the Philippines and Singapore researching the craft and teaching. He writes for PBS MediaShift, maintains the College Media Matters blog (sponsored by the Associated Collegiate Press) and writes a twice-weekly column for USA Today College called “Campus Beat.” AUIS is an English-speaking, private university modeled after Western liberal arts schools. Located in the northern Kurdish region, the newspaper’s one-and-a-half year existence has been followed closely by Reimold, who explained that journalism tradition in

Dan Reimold traveled to Iraq with the help of a UT David Delo research grant.

the region is opinionated and activist, backed by political agendas. He said they are still figuring out the intricacies of covering controversial issues, using sourcing and maintaining accuracy. The school does not offer a journalism major or any journalism classes, and the newspaper is run as a student organization. “The between-the-lines journalism is not something they can grasp yet,” said Reimold. “They are still working on defining what journalism is.” Reimold said the students are trying hard to keep up the momentum of the four-page paper, printing once every three weeks and distributing it on campus, at cafes and at hookah lounges around the city. They have seen the

power of their voices in the coverage of student protests over issues like the limitation of Facebook access on campus. “In their own way I’d label them journalism revolutionaries with the irony that they are doing the most traditional type of journalism — printed news,” Reimold said. “Without formal training, writing in a language that isn’t their native tongue and using the Voice as a classroom, it’s pretty impressive they’ve been able to raise issues and make some change.” Reimold’s research is part of his on-going interest in the student press and fodder for an upcoming book, his second, on the cutting-edge student journalism practices around the world.

Right on ’Cue Stadium Center has a new barbecue joint, called SparBQ, bringing the number of dining options at UT to 23. UTjournal  fall 2011  5


news of note

spartan sports

Mounir Benzegala ‘10 at the Port of Tripoli, nearly a week before the revolt in Libya forced his return to the port to spend three harrowing days waiting for passage to Malta.

Leaving Libya Mounir Benzegala ’10 went to Libya in late January to play professional basketball, but after just a couple weeks, amid violent protests against the government, he feared for his life. “I had seen people from outside of my window shooting at each other,” Benzegala said. “I knew that it was dangerous right outside of my place, so I was definitely worried.” The 24-year-old from Columbus, OH, attended UT for three years after transferring from Edison Community College, and was a member of the basketball team during that time. 6  UTjournal  fall 2011

Benzegala spoke highly of the Spartans and recalls the great camaraderie with his teammates. “It’s probably the one team that I felt like everybody was my family,” he said. “[It’s] one of the few teams that I played on that I can honestly say that everybody looked out for each other and treated each other like brothers.” Half Algerian and half AfricanAmerican, Benzegala is a dual citizen of America and Algeria. He spent time after his college career playing for the Algerian National Team, and was performing well on the court. Early this

year, however, he no longer felt safe playing in Algeria. “In January, actually, Algeria looked like it was gonna go the same way Egypt did, so I decided to take that opportunity to go play for Ittihad.” He went to the Ittihad Tripoli’s tryouts, and earned a spot on the roster. But he was unaware that his decision to play in Libya would be a dangerous one. Ittihad, which Benzegala said has Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s son, Saif, for a general manager, only played four games in the span of two weeks before the Libyan Super League had to shut down operations. “The dilemma that the Libyan people had was that you can’t admit that there’s an issue, because if you do, you’re considered against the government,” Benzegala explained. “Nobody wanted to say ‘hey, there’s some issues going on. We can’t afford to play basketball right now, it’s not safe.’” However, once the protests further progressed, Benzegala’s agent contacted him, informing him the league would be temporarily canceled. Staying in Tripoli at a sports athletic compound which was connected to a government building, Benzegala and his fellow international club members were in the middle of what he described as a “civil war.” Other athletes living on the compound were quick to leave Libya. Benzegala explained that many of them were from nearby countries, making it easier for them to leave. “A lot of people left before we even talked to them,” Benzegala said. “We slept, woke up and people were gone.” Benzegala said there were 16,000 people at the airport in a rush to get out as Gaddafi was shutting down air strips. He recalled being battered by a group of young men in camouflage, who he assumes were from the mili-


tary, due to a misunderstanding. He did make his way in safely, but found no luck getting on board a plane; his Algerian passport, the one which was stamped and used to enter the country, was with his team. He only had his American passport, which was not stamped and perhaps made airport employees suspicious. “They kind of did like a catch-22 thing where they had me going from one desk to the other trying to figure it out. So they had me doing that for hours,” he explained. “In reality, they were just playing a game with me. They just stole my money and they were never planning on letting me get on the plane.” Benzegala went back to his room and contacted the United States Embassy. Later that same day, Benzegala received information about a boat leaving Libya the next morning. CNN (which had already been made aware of his situation through a friend with media connections) and friends from back home spoke to him via Skype about the boat. Benzegala said despite the internet not working, somehow Skype was functioning throughout the ordeal. Later, the U.S. Embassy sent him an email as well. Benzegala made another attempt to leave; this time, a successful one. “I kind of waited until I heard no gunshots and made a little dash for it,” he said. “I called some guy that I kind of trust over there that I figured wouldn’t be turning me in to somewhere or anything like that. I had him come and pick me up, and take me to the port.” For Benzegala, the fear continued. Weather did not permit for the boat to leave dock, so he and the other people on board had to wait three more days with warfare close by. Finally, after approximately a week of surviving violent protesting in Libya, the boat made way for Malta, a small country located south of Italy. Benzegala spent the night in Malta, then went to Sweden for a day before

returning home to Columbus. Since returning to the states, Benzegala has been working two jobs while trying to raise awareness about what’s happening in Libya by publicly speaking about his own experiences. He’s not going to let those experiences in Libya deter him from a professional basketball career overseas, though. He’ll be more aware, however, when playing in foreign countries, although sometimes the unknown comes with the job, he said. “The whole situation made a man of me. In the future, I’ll just be more careful about finding out a little bit more about where I’m going. This is kind of the nature of the business. You leave home, you don’t know what’s gonna happen. Sometimes you’ve gotta be comfortable getting out of your comfort zone, and I’ve been that way all my life. Now I’ll obviously be a little more careful about the places I choose to go play at, and go from there.”

300 spartans UT Athletics has created an exclusive lettermen’s club, 300 Spartans, to engage alumni and increase participation. Members are asked to contribute a minimum donation of $100 annually, which goes to the Sword & Shield Athletic Scholarship fund, and toward special projects to assist Spartan teams. But not all of 300 Spartans’ goals are financial. “This is a social club,” noted Stacy Estes Yates ’02. “We are establishing a venue to see old friends in social settings and support our current student athletes.” For more information, contact Gil Swalls, associate athletic director, at (813) 257-1733 or email gswalls@ut.edu.

—Daniel Feingold ’13

Returning to Home Base Major League Baseball great Tino Martinez (left), who starred for UT on the diamond from 1986 to 1988, graduated in May with a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies with a concentration in business and marketing. UTjournal  fall 2011  7


Swimming with Sharks From active classroom learning to hands-on UT’s hands-on approach to educating the whole student field research, UT students get a taste of the real world. By Jamie pilarczyk Experiential education at The University of Tampa is hard to elude. Loosely defined as learning by doing, this kind of education means being immersed – not over-the-top, but just up to the eyes where the student stretches and reaches and grows. It means one-on-one time tutoring a Spanish-speaking child in English. It also means presenting on exercise science research at an annual association conference. At UT, there are more than 40 kinds of experiential learning divided into five pillars: internships, education abroad, faculty mentored research, academic service-learning and leadership studies. Erin Tate ’11 spent hours watching videos of sand tiger sharks circling in their tanks, looking for the slightest clues as to why this type of shark develops more spinal deformities in captivity than other kinds of sharks. Tate was an animal behavior research intern at the Florida Aquarium during the 2009-2010 academic year. Working with researchers, she analyzed data, interpreted the results, presented her findings at the Sixth International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health and will publish her results in a research 8  UTjournal  fall 2011

journal. This spring Tate was selected by the Office of Career Services as UT’s first Intern of the Year. “I was nervous speaking at the conference, but I learned how to collect myself around other scientists, networked with colleagues and gained composure in speaking in front of a big audience,” said Tate, of Ridge Farm, IL. “I was so proud when it was done. It’s definitely going to be one of my best memories.” Tate’s passion is wildlife, specifically field research, animal behavior and husbandry of animals in captivity. During her internship she spent many weekends scoring data, giving up her social life for research but being immersed in the scientific process and designing experiments. “I had to learn a sense of personal responsibility,” said Tate, a biology major. “There were times when it was repetitious and tedious, but I knew it would add up to a greater goal and that was worth it.” Tate said she helped discover, as part of a bigger research project on the swimming behavior of sharks, a correlation between tank size and spinal deformities. Dan Huber, the assistant Photograph by jessica leigh


This spring Erin Tate ’11 was selected by the Office of Career Services as UT’s first Intern of the Year.


At left: Community-based development projects are the focus of the travel course to Ghana. Above: Sasha Townsend ’11 demonstrates a solar fruit drier as a way to preserve food. Right: Colleen Itani ’12 is helped by Gabriella Miller during the grand opening of the Tampa Heights Community Garden.

professor of biology who introduced Tate to the internship opportunity, said her data collection and analysis has helped to identify the behavioral signs of developing spinal deformities in these sharks, which will hopefully lead to early diagnoses and treatment of these animals. “This experience has helped Erin to understand how she can be involved in the scientific process and the dayto-day realities of being a scientific researcher,” said Huber, a shark expert. “She now understands the meaning of the ‘real world’ without yet having been thrust into it.” A Global Perspective

The elephants, warthogs and monkeys outside Jeremiah Kerr’s hotel room in Ghana were pretty cool to wake up to each morning. So was visiting the largest open air market in West Africa. Kerr ’11, a government and world affairs major, opened his eyes to a developing nation and its people in the May 2011 travel course Community-Based Development Projects in Ghana. The service-learning opportunity confirmed Kerr’s desire to join the U.S. Peace Corps after graduation and provided him “with a different perspective on life and an appreciation for a culture that I had only ever read about,” he said. 10  UTjournal  fall 2011

Kerr was one of 12 students who spent the spring semester studying community-based development in a UT classroom with Assistant Professor Kevin Fridy. Once the semester ended, the class boarded a plane for Africa and for a sensory experience that being in the field could only provide. “Going to a country in sub-Saharan Africa was the only way that I would ever have come to fully appreciate all the material that I studied over the past few years,” said Kerr. “This course, combined with the travel, can provide the catalyst for a shift in the views and ambitions of the students who participate.” Kerr’s impression is exactly what faculty and administrators hope for when students are engaged in experiential education which emphasizes active learning in the classroom and field research outside it, creating an environment where education through application thrives. “We’ve always had experiential education here at UT,” said Stephanie Thomason, chairwoman of UT’s experiential education steering committee. She said two commissioned studies on the University in the mid-1990s and again in 2003 confirmed that professors were encouraging their students to learn by doing. The 1:16 faculty to student ratio alone lends itself to this kind of learning where the student is

known by name rather than just a face in a crowded lecture hall, she said. The average class size at UT is 21 students. Non-credit experiential opportunities at UT include leadership development, student employment and civic engagement/community service. UT students and employees have annually provided more than 100,000 service hours to more than 200 organizations. In 2011, for the fourth year in a row, The University of Tampa was named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for distinguished community service. The award recognizes UT’s work on service-learning programs and volunteer opportunities for students, faculty and staff. The University is an institutional member of the Council on Undergraduate Research and a strategic partner of the National Society of Experiential Education (NSEE). As the Southern Regional Institute of the NSEE, UT hosts workshops for experiential educators interested in pursuing a certificate from the Experiential Education Academy. The formal relationship with NSEE gives the faculty a way to standardize this type of learning so they can measure and benchmark their efforts. Getting A Broad Education

Travel courses provide opportunities for students to journey to far-off lands. Photos by kevin S. fridy


They can study international business in Turkey and criminal justice in the Czech Republic, Germany and Poland. Students talk with the Maori and Pakeha of New Zealand, focusing on race and ethnicity by looking at race relations. They study chemistry in art in Italy, intern with production companies at the Cannes Film Festival and Film Market in France and examine tropical biology and conservation in Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands. Intense instruction starts in the classroom and then is put into practice on the ground. Chris Gurrie, assistant professor of speech, led a dozen students through Photograph by Elizabeth Knight Russel ’11

Europe this May to finish his travel course in international business communication. The trip – which included a discussion in Dublin with the director of global marketing for Facebook – provides a forum for experiential learning to happen. “You can attempt to plan for it and it can be difficult to assess, but you can definitely see it happening,” said Gurrie. “It’s the wacky stuff that you don’t plan that becomes on-the-spot teaching moments.” On a busy summer morning, Thomason, who also serves as the associate dean of the Sykes College of Business, was reviewing a survey of all of the

courses on campus. As a member of the experiential education steering committee, she said its goal is to have at least one highly experiential course within each degree, from research in a chemistry lab to performing musicals on stage. In the College of Business, one highly experiential course comes from Jody Tompson. He leads business students through a capstone course called Practical Strategic Assessment. In groups of about five, the students perform a case study on a company. Past participants have included Target, College Hunks Hauling Junk and the Columbia Restaurant Group. After UTjournal  fall 2011  11


At left: Henry Hollingsworth ’12 helped raise funds for the President’s Leadership Fellows’ community garden. Above: Graduate student Jonathan Barcelo ’11 summarized the MBA capstone in one word: intense.

intense industry and company analysis, the course culminates in a presentation to the owners of the companies with a long-term strategy. “I think experiential education is crucial because I doubt that there is any way to model the messiness of organizations just using case studies in textbooks and simulations,” said Tompson, director of the Naimoli Institute for Business Strategy, which hosts the course. “There is no way to figure out the complexity of an organization but by getting your hands dirty.” Graduate business students take a similar capstone course which Jonathan Barcelo ’11 describes with one word – intense. He spent an average of three days a week working with his group of five students and the rest of the time researching on his own, analyzing Buddy Brew Coffee, a Tampa- based artisan roaster coffee company. Other capstone groups have assessed companies like SOHO Cycling Studio, Tampa Electric’s Manatee Viewing Center and the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay. “While really hard and difficult, at the end we learned a lot,” said Barcelo, a tax accountant with Gerdau Ameristeel in Tampa. “It was interesting working with a real company. As a small business, we were able to see their struggles and the amount of research it takes before entrepreneurs start their businesses.”

Other experiential activities at the graduate business level include the professional development practicum which gives students credit for internships, research collaboration with faculty, attending leadership seminars, participating in career development workshops, learning a language using the Rosetta Stone software and coaching at-risk undergraduates. Finding An Authentic Leadership Style

The more one looks at experiential education and its five divisions, the clearer it is that the pillars overlap, especially with one skill in particular –leadership. “For students who shy away from leadership activities, it’s still present in the classroom through things like service learning,” said Dory Estrada ’13. “Basic group work does that too. Professors who are natural born leaders are also examples, so leadership is hard to avoid at UT.” Estrada, an environmental science major with a writing minor, is from Maine. She is a member of the Honors program and is studying abroad in Costa Rica this fall. She has diverse interests and would like a career that mirrors her diverse involvement at UT. “Students should get outside of the campus bubble and become involved,” Estrada said. “Even if they don’t have

a title or role, it shows the important aspects of leadership. Leadership is action. It’s not a position.” Estrada should know what she is talking about. As a member of the second cohort of President’s Leadership Fellows, she is one of 75 students who have participated in this selective, cumulative, scholarship and leadership program that begins at the freshman level. Throughout their four years at UT, participants are taught the finer points of leading in a global world. They are paired with student mentors, assess their leadership styles and in their third year develop a sustainable community change project. The senior cohort this year is working with Tampa Heights Civic Association to build a community garden though they are finding it has been more about intergenerational cooperation, team building and creating a sense of community. Colleen Itani ‘12, an international and cultural studies major, attended her first Tampa City Council meeting in early April. The land where the garden sits is shared by the Florida Department of Transportation and the city of Tampa. Their agreement needed to be amended for the garden project to proceed. Though she was nervous, Itani stood at the council’s podium and addressed the members, speaking on behalf of the project.

To watch video of UT students taking their learning experiences outside the classroom, go to www.ut.edu/interns/video. 12  UTjournal  fall 2011


“There is no way to figure out the complexity of an organization but by getting your hands dirty.”

— jody tompson, director of the naimoli institute for business strategy

“I can’t watch,” said Itani, president of STAND and Gateways mentor. “I have to be completely immersed.” The same is true for Estrada. Through her activities on campus, she has seen her leadership style evolve. “I feel I’m solidifying the kind of leader I am,” she said. Estrada has worked for UT’s Office of Student Leadership and Engagement helping plan excursions like swimming with manatees, where she learned how play and communication on a gentle, loving level can be translated into effective communication. On sailing trips she organized, Estrada realized the importance of surrounding oneself with people who are experts in their field. Estrada planned the annual Leadership Awards Night and has been a mentor for ELITE (Educating Leaders In Today’s Environment), a program for first-year and transfer students. “You’re the first face of UT they meet,” said Estrada, who has watched her mentees grow over the years. “It

has probably been one of the most unbelievable, inspiring and rewarding experiences I’ve had at UT. ELITE is rich because students are interacting with each other, helping form the leaders they are today.” A formal leadership experience can be found in UT’s leadership minor which gives official academic credentials to leadership development. It offers students access to theory-based research and the ability to apply what they’ve learned in their extracurricular activities to their academic pursuits. Toes In The Water

Assistant Professor Kevin Fridy’s community development course is meant to get students thinking realistically about project development in developing nations. The leaders he grooms have established successful projects like a small-scale microlending program that is still active one year later. They’ve also learned cross-cultural

communication, resource-planning and availability, and time management. While some projects make more lasting impressions, Fridy said the greatest impact would be simply connecting with people from a different culture. “I don’t know how much development takes place, but the students are working with the local people and they get to the point where they see them as friends,” seeing the similarities shared despite their cultural differences, he said. “If that’s all we get out of it, that’s something.” The hands-on experience is essential for understanding community development projects. While they’ve hit bumps along the way, Fridy said he’s seen UT students rise to the occasion every time. “I want students to understand how complicated and difficult a project can be on the ground,” Fridy said. “I want them to dip their toes in the water so they aren’t scared to try it again on their own.” UT

These Classrooms Don’t Have Walls Experiential education is vast and varied at The University of Tampa. Just a few more examples of what students are exposed to include the following: n Internships Lauren Ridder ’12 (at right) spent this summer as an environmental education intern with Tampa Bay Watch, a nonprofit dedicated to the protection and restoration of the Tampa Bay estuary. Ridder led experiential summer camps that introduced children to the marine life of Tampa Bay. n Education Abroad Michael Verdi ’11 and Andrew Argue ’11 were chosen to attend the first MyCube’s 2011 Digital Life Academy in Singapore this summer where they studied online privacy, data and content ownership and content monetization. n Faculty Mentored Research Associate Sociology Professor Bruce Friesen and eight of his students spent this spring collecting data on the level of hunger in the Tampa Bay area. Friesen received a $34,000 grant from the Tampa Bay Hunger Council to assess food insecurity in Hillsborough and Pinellas households.

n Academic Service-Learning For more than a decade, education students have spent one day a week with students at DeSoto Elementary School in Tampa, refining their teaching abilities and helping the large non-English speaking population with their language.

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“DID YOU KNOW?” UT celebrates its 80th birthday this fall, but there are some things you might not know about the University that started as a junior college in 1931. 1. Early on, one of UT’s athletic rivals was St. Petersburg Junior College (now St. Petersburg College). Their mascot was the Trojans. So, what did UT officials decide their mascot should be? Spartans. 2. Not until 1967 could female students over the age of 21 sign out of residence halls for the weekend without parental consent. 3. 92% of UT students receive financial aid to attend UT. 4. Due to WWII, most fraternities disappeared from campus. However, four fraternities were reactivated in 1945. Today there are 19 sororities and fraternities. 5. For the fall of 2010, the top five majors were: biology, international business, psychology, communication and management. 14  UTJOURNAL  FALL 2011

6. In 1963 President John F. Kennedy rode past UT in a parade before leaving Tampa for Dallas, TX, where he was assassinated. Lafayette Street was renamed a year later in his honor, and a statue of Kennedy stands at the entrance to campus. 7. UT has an annual budget of $170 million and an estimated annual economic impact of $600 million. 8. UT is one of only a few schools with an “AntiGravity Monument” from

Roger Babson’s Gravity Research Foundation. It is located at the very end of the science wing of Plant Hall near the library. 9. 90% of full-time faculty members have doctorates or the highest degree in their field. 10. In 1933 UT boasted one building. In 1958 there were two buildings. Today there are 50 buildings. 11. Since 1997 there has been $280 million in new construction on campus.

This rock isn’t going anywhere.

Love the hat!

12. Queen Elizabeth II visited campus in 1991. 13. UT began as Tampa Junior College in 1931, based at Hillsborough High School. It became The University of Tampa in 1933, the same year the institution moved to the Tampa Bay Hotel. 14. Club sports include ice hockey, paintball, fishing and Quidditch, added just this year.


Got a buck?

That’s a lot of bang for the buck.

15. UT leases Plant Hall from the City of Tampa for $1 a year, but the University spends millions annually for upkeep of the century-old building. 16. Currently there are 160 clubs, student organizations and teams. 17. The Tampa Bay Hotel was renamed Plant Hall in 1966. 18. For a time in 1970, UT’s football team was ranked by the United Press International as number one in the nation among small colleges. 19. Sixty-five percent of all full-time students live on campus. 20. Freddie Solomon ’75 played football for the Miami Dolphins and San Francisco 49ers. 21. There are more than 1,300 international students on campus — 20 percent of UT’s total population.

22. UT’s founder and first president, Frederic Spaulding, used a battered pick-up truck to transfer University property from Hillsborough High School to Plant Hall on Aug. 2, 1933. 23. The Tampa Bay Hotel cost $3 million to build and furnish in 1891. 24. Today there are 23 dining stations on campus, the newest of which is a barbecue venue named SparBQ. 25. When the University first opened, many of the furnishings from the hotel remained. They were eventually moved to the south wing, where the items were stacked floor to ceiling. Most of the items are now on permanent display at the Henry B. Plant museum, where new items are donated regularly. 26. Tampa Bay Hotel guests included Edith and

Teddy Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, Thomas Edison, Sarah Bernhardt, Clara Barton, Stephen Crane and Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant. 27. The Spartan statue by the Martinez Sports Center was given as a gift from the graduating classes of 2004 and 2005. It stands 7 feet tall and took more than a year to sculpt. 28. The 12 original professors at UT were paid once a year, after the University’s other bills were paid. 29. The University established a technical school in 1955 near Pinar del Rio, Cuba, to provide students there with training in aviation and electronics.

30. There used to be a house on Bayshore Boulevard where female students lived during WWII, because they weren’t allowed to stay in the dorms with the servicemen. The women took a streetcar to school. 31. In 1931 there were 67 students, from one state and one country. Today there are 6,700 students enrolled, from 50 states and 114 countries. 32. The first issue of The Minaret was published on Sept. 14, 1933 — replacing earlier incarnations as The Tampa Junior College Bulletin and The University of Tampa Bulletin. 33. The campus operated an FM frequency as early as 1952 under the call letters WTUN, transmitting on 88.9 FM. In 1962, due to lack of funding, the station switched to AM where it UTjournal  Fall 2011  15


broadcasts still today via oncampus TV channel 95 and radio station 1080 AM. In 2010 it started live streaming at wutt.ut.edu. 34. The dog statues in front of the Plant Museum have been moved around the property. They were once under the de Soto Oak

were re-covered with stainless steel. 38. Plant Hall’s wooden “gingerbread” trim was cream up until 2008 when a restoration project revealed 18 layers of paint below the surface. 39. Legend has it Bessie Snavely’s ghost haunts Falk

Where’s the squirrel?

Tree, and apparently there was a brass squirrel in the tree that they were looking at, but it has long since disappeared. 35. UT’s enrollment in 1994 was only 1,420 fulltime students. There were rumors of UT being absorbed by USF. The faculty was reduced by 19 positions. 36. UT’s colors – red, black and gold – were derived from the colors of the two high schools in Tampa that existed at UT’s founding – Hillsborough (red and black) and Plant (gold and black). 37. The minarets of Plant Hall were painted gold for the University’s 50th anniversary, but the gold paint started peeling off soon after it was painted, so they 16  UTjournal  Fall 2011

Theatre, which was at one time a vaudeville house. This ghost story dates back to the 1930s, and people still claim to see ghost hauntings there and in Plant Hall. 40. UT’s Army ROTC unit was established in 1971, and has since won practically every Army award for excellence. 41. James L. Ferman Sr., longtime UT trustee, and his wife provided their Bayshore Boulevard home to serve as the University President’s home for 10 years. 42. The Sykes College of Business incorporates a building originally built in 1925 as Tampa’s municipal auditorium. The city renovated it in the 1960s and

renamed it McKay Auditorium. In 1972 it became part of the UT campus, and in 2000 was expanded and reopened as the John H. Sykes College of Business. 43. The Plant Museum has a collection of four Gasparilla gowns. In 2007, the museum displayed the coronation gown of the reigning Gasparilla Queen, Katherine Dobbins ’09, while she was still a student at UT. 44. The “chess piece” finials at the landings of the grand staircase in Plant Hall were constructed by UT industrial arts students in the 1950s. 45. UT’s campus was desegregated in 1964, when the Board of Trustees voted not to deny admission to any student on the basis of race, creed or color. 46. The first Tampa Junior College student to register in 1931 was Ann Carey of Tampa, who paid the annual tuition of $116, including fees. 47. The Rathskeller was a bar, billiards room and beauty salon during the hotel’s heyday, and the verandah had skylights that let natural light into the otherwise darkened space. 48. UT counts two professional wrestlers as alumni, WWE’s Chyna (Joan Laurer ’92) and Paul “Mr. Wonderful” Orndorff ’72. 49. During the construction of the Tampa Bay Hotel, walls were reinforced

with steel cables that were left over from the Brooklyn Bridge. 50. The writing room in the Plant Museum is the most authentic room in the building, and remains much the same as it looked during the operation of the hotel. 51. The faculty/staff parking lot behind Plant Hall used to be the tennis courts. Plant brought in James Dwight, the “Father of American Lawn Tennis,” for the opening of the hotel. 52. In 1947 all freshmen were required to carry matches for upperclassmen. 53. For a double occupancy residence hall room in 1933, students paid $30 each, per semester. No woman, except a student’s mother, was allowed in a male student’s room. 54. Plant Park used to house Tampa’s first zoo, which opened in the late 1930s on the banks of the Hillsborough River and featured Florida natives such as alligators, raccoons, a black bear and exotic birds. It was moved up the river in the 1950s. 55. Roberto Martinez ’08 was the winning contestant on the “The Bachelorette,” What’s for lunch?


Yes!

where he asked Ali Fedotowsky to marry him. He even gave her a tour of the campus. 56. According to administrators in 1966, “senior girls very seldom stay out until midnight during the week.” 57. The 1945-1946 student handbook stated that any student missing an exam must pay $1 to the business office before a make-up test can be taken. 58. According to the 1940 “Rat Rules,” all rats – freshmen – were required to wear

rat caps at all times. That year, rat cap period would end if the football team beat Elon College. If not, rat cap period would extend until the end of the football season. 59. The Plant Museum, located in the south end of the first floor of Plant Hall, was established in 1974. It was formerly the Tampa Municipal Museum, which was established in 1933 to preserve the legacy of the Tampa Bay Hotel. 60. In 1935 freshmen were required to be able to name – from memory – all UT faculty members.

61. Basketball – UT’s first team sport – was discontinued due to financial constraints in 1970, and then reinstated in 1983. 62. 96% of the undergraduate Class of 2009 reported success in achieving their postgraduate goals. 63. UT alumnus John Matuszak ’73, who was the number one NFL draft choice, portrayed Sloth in the movie The Goonies. 64. UT has three alumni who have received the Congressional Medal of Honor: Ronald Eric Ray ’72, James Allen Taylor ’72 and Harold Fritz ’75. 65. It cost $5 to rent a room in the Tampa Bay Hotel when it opened, but most guests rented multiple rooms, usually paying a total of $15 a night. It was the equivalent of renting a suite at the Ritz Carlton today. 66. The Tampa Bay Hotel had one of the first electric elevators in the state. The Otis elevator still operates occasionally, and was used regularly by the students until about 1995 when another elevator was added to Plant Hall. 67. In 1903 the Tampa Bay Hotel included a Raccoon and Monkey House as one of its attractions. 68. The Dickey Health and Wellness Center and the Science Annex, both constructed in 2010, are on track to be UT’s first LEED-certified buildings. 69. There are at least five local public schools named after UT alumni: Alonso High School, Greco Middle

School, Martinez Middle School, Symmes Elementary and Cannella Elementary. 70. Babe Ruth signed his first major league baseball contract in Plant Hall. He also hit his longest home run (at 587 feet) on campus.

71. In 1931 Tampa’s population was 101,161. Today it is 353,840. 72. Until the Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel & Marina was built in 2000 with 719 guest rooms, the Tampa Bay Hotel, with 500 rooms, had been the largest hotel ever constructed in Tampa. 73. In 1937 freshmen were required to spend at least three hours each week in the library. 74. UT’s library originally was located in Fletcher Lounge in Plant Hall. 75. When President Barack Obama visited UT in January 2010, it was the first

time that a sitting president made an official visit to the UT campus. 76. Major League Baseball players Tino Martinez ’11 and Lou Piniella ’69 went to UT. Though he attended UT in the ‘80s, Martinez came back and received his degree last spring. 77. It took UT nearly 20 years to receive its first full accreditation, from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Now UT owns that accreditation and 10 others. 78. There were exactly two spectators at UT’s first football game in 1933, which was against Rollins College. 79. For many years the John Smiley Walk denoted a sidewalk that led from Plant Hall’s west verandah to the Plant Park Pharmacy, located just west of Falk Theatre. The 1942 Rules for Freshmen stipulated that freshmen were not allowed to cut across campus on the walk unless accompanied by an upperclassman. 80. Pres. Frederic Spaulding’s advice to students in UT’s second year of existence: “Be prepared.” UT

Hello Spartans!

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When UT resumed its men’s basketball program in 1983 after a 12-year hiatus, the institution brought in Richard Schmidt, who had coached at Vanderbilt University for two seasons. Schmidt continues to coach at UT, where his record is 570-254.

sparking An Interest in UT’s Sports History

Sparkman’s cartoons appeared on the pages of the Tampa Times and Tampa Tribune for 40 years, from 1947-87. In addition to cartooning about the Spartans, he also drew cartoons about the athletic pursuits of the University of Florida, Florida State University, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and other area teams and athletes. This Spartan cartoon was drawn by Sparkman in the late 1960s. 18  UTjournal  Fall 2011

Lamar Sparkman, a sports cartoonist who designed cartoons of University of Tampa athletics as well as the original Tampa Bay Buccaneers pirate logo, died in January 2010. His family donated a vast collection of his work to the Tampa Bay History Center where it was included in a fall exhibit documenting the history of sports in Tampa through Sparkman’s eyes. As an intern for the museum this winter, history major Tamara Cremeens ’11 helped organize the Sparkman prints for the exhibit and said it was fascinating learning this aspect of the University’s history through Sparkman’s work. images Courtesy Tampa Bay History Center Collection


John Matuszak ’73 was the first NFL draft pick in 1973. The defensive end was drafted by the Houston Oilers and would go on to help the Oakland Raiders win two Super Bowls. He retired in 1981, and became a successful movie and television actor.

The UT baseball team went to the Division II College World Series two consecutive years, in 1986 and 1987, but failed to bring home the championship. The next time they went to the series two consecutive years, in 1992 and 1993, they won the national championship both years.

In 1974 the 6-5 UT football squad beat the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Moccasins in the first game of the season, and then beat the Florida A&M Rattlers in the last game of the season. UTjournal  Fall 2011  19


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alumni report The scoop on your classmates and friends

Howell Hall in 1979

Hark Back to Howell In the past the only way to stay connected to your former college classmates was to attend class reunions every five years. Today, alumni can reunite with fellow UT classmates all year long via social networking sites. A simple search for The University of Tampa on Facebook will return an assortment of fan pages and groups started by both UT students and alumni and even a page entitled “University of Tampa Humans vs. Zombies.” There are a handful of alumni pages that were created by enterprising alumni looking to stay connected to other alumni and the University. UT has changed a great deal recently which has resulted in some nostalgia for a few of the old dormitories that were torn down in the name of progress. The “Remember Howell Hall” group was created by an alumnus for former residents of Howell Hall.

Over the last few months many stories have been shared by many generations of Howell Hall residents. Lived in Howell on 3rd Floor in 80 & 81. Saw several Shuttle launches from the roof and dumped plenty of water on unsuspecting people walking in the backdoor off of the parking lot. 3rd Floor was like its own fraternity. While it was sad to see it go, the new UT is awesome. – Steve Rorrer ’83 Wow. The best times and memories @ Howell hall. The other dorms just didn’t have that “It” Factor for me. I will never forget. I was there in the 3rd floor in my freshmen year. Great Parties, Room hopping, Free laundry(if you knew the trick!!!!) and overall amazing friends That was the last year of Howell Hall. – Hector Gonzalez ’01 I arrived in August of 68, there was no central air and there were no boys past the lobby. We had house mothers who were so wonderfully southern and they would call

up when you had a boy caller! I mistakenly avoided a few who I didn’t think I knew well enough to entertain in the lobby.... Oh to be back in those days!!!!! – Debby Crawford Fleming ’72 There are also Facebook pages out there that have the goal of connecting UT grads to one another. The New England and Washington, D.C. alumni chapters each have group pages. Pages were recently started for UT alumni in the Tri-State area around New York City and for UT Army ROTC alumni. These groups serve as a great way for graduates to find other alumni in their respective cities and to reconnect around the common bond of UT. We hope that all of these Facebook pages and the memories and connections they instill will help to continue and increase alumni affinity of the University. A great way to share that affinity with your fellow classmates is to return to campus and relive the memories together in person. This year Homecoming and reunions are scheduled for Oct. 20-22, and we’ll be celebrating class years that end in 1 or 6. I invite you to come back to campus and “Remember Howell Hall” in person by taking a walk in the park that sits in Howell’s footprint. You can even follow up the walk with a tour of the dorms that went up after Howell came down, and I can guarantee that the elevators won’t get stuck between floors. The complete schedule of activities can be found at alumni.ut.edu, and we look forward to welcoming you back to campus and all the memories it holds.

Do you have news to share? Contact Jay Hardwick, Alumni Director alumni@ut.edu (813) 253-6209 UTjournal  fall 2011  21


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class acts What’s new? Stay in touch by sending us your Class Acts. Go to alumni.ut.edu today!

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Shirley Adema was recognized by the Temple Terrace, FL mayor and city council for her 22 years of service to the Temple Terrace Library Board. Adema was referred to as the “bulwark” of the city’s library.

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Josephine Pendino Mandese was awarded the Achoth Award at the Delta Zeta National Convention. The award is given to specially selected alumnae who have demonstrated, by long and faithful service, their continued loyalty to Delta Zeta, particularly in their local community.

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Jerry Shaver was selected as Outstanding Theatre Arts Educator of the Year 2010-11 by the Florida Association for Theatre Education. Email: Director7x@aol.com

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Thomas Smith published his first book of poetry, Dust and Other Poems. It is available from Amazon or Barnes & Noble. Email: tomnoel@earthlink.net

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Janet (Suarez) Boone has retired after 30 years in the teaching profession. She spent much of her career as a teaching assistant principal and a K-5 teacher in North Carolina. She looks forward to traveling to visit her children and her ZTA sisters.

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Jim Norred has published his first book, Fundamentals of Selling – The Sales Track. It is available at www. outskirtspress.com. Email: jim_norred@charter.net

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Marc Rogoff MBA has published the second edition of Waste-to-Energy, a report on the technologies used for converting solid waste to energy. He and his co-author used case studies from around the world to explore the different approaches. James Schaefer played Anna Paquin’s screen dad in the movie The Romantics. The 2010 comedy was filmed in Long Island and also stars Katie Holmes, Josh Duhamel and Elijah Wood.

Home of the Braves Atlanta-area alumni and parents watched the Atlanta Braves take on the St. Louis Cardinals in April. Thank you to current parents Jerry ’78 and Enid Draluck for coordinating the afternoon. From left: Malaika (McIntosh) ‘03 and Remi Bullard ‘01, John Kahne MBA ’98 and Kathleen Powell.

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Bob Ford earned a spot in the Mylan Classic, a professional golf tournament that is part of the PGA TOUR’s Nationwide Tour. The tournament is played at the Southpointe Golf Club in Canonsburg, PA, on Sept. 1-4. Ford is the pro at Oakmont Country Club in Oakmont, PA.

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William M. Macdonald MED has been recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who for demonstrating dedication, leadership and excellence in science education. Macdonald committed 29 years to the Hillsborough County Public Schools. There, he specialized in mineralogy and taught earth

science. He also hosted an honors science club.

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Sheryl Rodgers was appointed director of sales for the Fairfield Inn & Suites Clearwater-Bayside hotel.

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Cecilia Blevins was named director of charter and incentive sales at Windstar Cruises.

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Jane Castor, Tampa Police Chief, was honored at the 10th annual Women of Distinction Luncheon on March 22. The luncheon was presented by the Girl Scouts of West Central Florida.

We want you in the alumni directory. The Alumni Office is currently partnering with PCI to produce its 2012 alumni directory. While the directory will not be completed until September 2012, PCI has already begun gathering data. Be on the lookout for postcards and phone calls to confirm your basic biographical and contact information. Rest assured that the information you disclose will be provided only to the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations for the sole purposes of producing the alumni directory and updating our records. When the directory is completed in 2012 you will have an opportunity to purchase one for yourself! Please contact the alumni office with any questions about the project. 22  UTjournal  fall 2011


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John Crumbley, coach of the Steinbrenner High School (Lutz, FL) baseball team, was named 18th in the list of top 20 coaches in the west-central Florida region by Bright House Sports Network. His career record is 611166 in 24 seasons (22 at Tampa’s Jesuit High School, and two at Steinbrenner).

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Kathy (Carroll) Pittman was recently promoted to the position of financial director for the non-profit Life Connections Counseling Center in Lutz, FL. She lives in South Tampa with her husband Richard.

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Jim Gary MBA retired from Tampa Fire and Rescue, where he had worked as a firefighter since 1981. He spent most of his career at the fire station in Seminole Heights, and he taught firefighters at Hillsborough Community College. Kurt Grissom is a percussionist with the Florida Orchestra. This summer he and his family rafted through the Grand Canyon for 18plus days. Terri (Vazquez) Yardlow has been named principal of Chaminade-Madonna College Prep School in Hollywood, FL. She is a Madonna Academy class of 1981 alumna, received the Alumni Hall of Fame Award in 1991 and served on the 50th Jubilee Committee. She began her duties as principal on July 1.

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Rebekah Heppner MBA was named interim president of the Hillsborough Education Foundation.

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Keith Fulk was named the men’s soccer coach at Saint Leo University. He has previously coached at UT, the IMG

spartan spotlight

Patricia Tallant Hare ’48 Breaking All the Rules She’ll tell you her age — 86 — and her dress size — 6 —without batting an eye. She was named Miss Tampa in 1946, but she was more proud of being named Miss Congeniality. While at UT, she got permission from the president to live in one of the minarets, so she could stay out late singing in the Sapphire Room at the Floridan Hotel downtown. “My father would go every time he could,” she said. “He would tell me to stop tapping my foot. I said, ‘I gotta tap my foot and feel that beat.’” Today she refuses to slow down, riding her bicycle from Harbour Island to volunteer at the Tampa Bay History Center, the Florida Aquarium and Tampa General Hospital. At the hospital she rocks the premature babies and sews 16 bags a week for patients in rehab. “I love the hospital,” she says. “There are so many more people you can help, like someone in Photo courtesy of the tampa tribune

a wheelchair struggling to get down the corridor. You can just start pushing and take them where they want to go.” It’s fitting that her maiden name is Tallant. She can play almost any instrument there is and teaches blind children to play. After graduating from UT, Hare went to The Julliard School in New York City. She wanted to choreograph shows but said New York scared her to death. She got a master’s degree in education from Columbia University, signed by Dwight D. Eisenhower, who was president of the university at the time. She came home to Tampa, married and started the music program at Tampa Bay Boulevard Elementary School. She still teaches people to play all kinds of instruments, and her most loyal pupil has been with her for 57 years. “I love people, and I love to do for people,” she says.” UTjournal  fall fall 2011  2011  23


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manager position with A La Carte Event Pavilion. Cathy previously worked for the Humane Society of Tampa Bay as director of social events for more than six years. Debbie (Rosmilso) O’Connor and her husband Mike welcomed their third child, Madelyn Rose, this January. She joins big brother Ryan, 8, and big sister Lauren, 4. Email: debbieoconnor2001@ yahoo.com

Power Putters (From left) Janet Sciales ‘73, Mike Della Penna ‘77, Bob Begelman ‘76, and Jack Lamond ’73 participated in the 20th Brian Claar Golf Classic held by the Tampa Bay Alumni Chapter in April. The tournament was held at Cheval Golf and Country Club, and the chapter was able to donate $5,000 to the Annual Fund.

Academy in Bradenton, FL, the University of West Virginia and the Under-17 U.S. National Team. Hayley Priede Norman is a district sales manager at GlaxoSmithKline. A certified strength finder coach, she is the author of The Career Compass: Mentoring to Point You Toward Maximum Professional and Personal Growth.

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Chuck Rodriguez was hired as the new catering manager for the InterContinental Tampa. Chuck is responsible for all social gatherings at the hotel including weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs, Quinceañeras and holiday events. Susan Weeks was named general manager of the Atlanta market for Marriot Execustay, a

leader in furnished apartments. Susan is employed by Mainsail.

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Brenda Pancoast married Tim Neal in Knoxville, TN, this February. She is a trade partner specialist at Whirlpool Corp. Email: brendapancoast@gmail.com

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Charles Chalfant, an associate professor at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine in Richmond, VA, won the Avanti Young Investigator Award in Lipid Research from the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

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Cathy Bellatin, president of the National Alumni Association Board of Directors, has accepted a corporate sales

Jose Martinez is a reporter for the New York Daily News where he covers the Manhattan courts. He appeared in a Bravo documentary series about the Daily News and had a weekly radio segment on British radio. He resides in Manhattan. Shawn Vinson was promoted to district sales manager at Quest Diagnostics. He and his family reside in Plant City, FL. Email: shawnvinson@tampabay.rr.com

Paul Reyes was named president and secretary of AssociaTitle, experts in commercial and residential real estate transactions. He is also senior vice president and general counsel of Associa, the nation’s leading community association management firm, based in Dallas. Jessica Spencer earned her doctor of education degree in April from Nova Southeastern University. She is hoping to relocate back to Tampa soon. Brent Wertz MBA is principal of Wertz York, an investment firm whose Core Fund of FL was ranked among the top five bond funds in the nation by USA Today. The Core Fund is an institutional short-term government bond mutual fund that is typically used by Florida governmental entities including cities, counties and school boards as an investment vehicle within a diversified portfolio.

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Stacey (Cassidy) Malloy had an article published in the June 2011 issue of the Georgia Bar Journal. She is a member of the Georgia, Massachusetts and Washington, D.C. bars, and she resides in Massachusetts.

Alva Cross was selected by her peers for inclusion in Florida Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. The honor is

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Heather (Yardy) Murray was promoted to the role of director of mobility at Tech Data Corporation. Tech Data is one of the world’s largest wholesale distributors of technology products. Heather resides in Tampa.

Alva Cross ’99

Set the Pace UT’s Board of Counselors and Cross Country Team are hosting the Spartan Challenge 5K on Oct. 15. Run through UT’s historic campus and experience an adventure-style race with some fun challenges along the way — tires, hay bales and cargo netting. To register, go to www.ut.edu/spartan5k. 24  UTjournal  fall 2011

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Dan Cuneo ’99, Shari (Marcus) Bittner ’98, Scott Slack ’98, Jade Moore-Esposito ’01 and Chris Esposito ’96

bestowed on only five percent of lawyers in the state. Cross is listed as a rising star, a recognition for attorneys who are under the age of 40 or have been practicing employment and labor law for 10 or fewer years. She is an associate in Fisher & Phillips LLP’s Tampa office. Dan Cuneo, Shari (Marcus) Bittner ’98, Scott Slack ’98, Jade Moore-Esposito ’01 and Chris Esposito ’96 met up at the Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am golf tournament at TPC Tampa Bay in April. Angela (Agans) Freeman took command of the 1st Communications Maintenance Squadron (USAF), Kapaun Air Station in Germany. She is joined by her husband, Maj. Douglas Freeman, and daughters Helonna, 4, and Caria, 1. Email: Ltanga99@hotmail.com Michael Massaro held an art show in May at the Hillsborough Community College’s Ybor Arts Gallery titled “Experiments in Truth.” It featured his sculptures, which are made with wood, metal, stone, fiber and found objects. Massaro also became director of Gallery 501 at Blake High School.

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Tina (Robichaud) Gendron is the lead microarray technologist/ cytogenetics tech at UMass

Memorial. She is happily married with three beautiful girls aged 6, 4 and 1. The family resides in Fitchburg, MA. Larry Weaver was hired as a risk consultant for Lykes Insurance in Tampa.

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Lori (Bryskiewicz) King and her husband, Kevin, welcomed their second child to the family. Julie Elisabeth joined older brother Nolan on Aug. 30, 2010. The family lives in Massachusetts.

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Dr. Samuel Falsetti was named to the position of clinical science director at Cambridge BioMarketing, a full-service healthcare marketing communications agency. Megan (Whitmore) White was promoted to collections manager at Virginia International Terminals Inc. in Norfolk, VA. Email: megw11@aol.com

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Flat Sparty’s globe-trotting continues. He made passage on a trip to Cannon Beach, OR, with Ashley Bohrer ’07 and Jonathan Engel. “He enjoyed the views at Haystack Rock and the beautiful Pacific Ocean…I was really happy to represent UT, and the people who took our pictures loved that we had him with us,” Bohrer said. Randy Pandis, MBA ’98 and a member of the Board of Fellows, brought Sparty along on a recent Construction for Worldwide Evangelism (CWE) trip to Managua, Nicaragua, where he helped build a church for a local pastor. The photo is taken at Masaya Volcano National Park, Nicaragua’s first national park, about 20 kilometers south of Managua. If you want to appear with Flat Sparty in the Journal, simply print page 23 of the Spring 2010 issue at www.ut.edu/utjournal and email your photos to publicinfo@ut.edu. UTjournal  fall fall 2011  2011  25

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spartan spotlight

Jeff Grim ’02 Summer “On Ice”

After an unusually cold winter in Boston, Jeff Grim spent almost the entire summer in Antarctica researching an unusual species commonly called “icefish.” He was only on the ice for four weeks, but it can take a week or more of travel each way, including a four- to five-day boat ride across the Drake Passage to get to Palmer Station, operated by the United States Antarctic Program. Though the program does a good job housing, feeding and supporting scientists, Grim 26  UTjournal  fall 2011

still had to order and pack everything he would possibly need, because there are no stores and a boat only comes to Palmer from Chile every so often. “Antarctica is a harsh and wild environment, and much of the Antarctic continent and surrounding oceans remain unexplored,” he says. “As a consequence, Antarctica has a mystique that draws scientists from a wide range of disciplines.” Grim, who received his master’s degree at The University of West Florida, and his Ph.D. at Ohio University, got his first chance to travel to the continent when his Ph.D. advisor re-started her Antarctic research program in 2009. She was looking for a field assistant and asked him to participate. “I was hooked,” he says. “Once one comes to work on the Antarctic continent, there is an indescribable urge to return as soon and as frequently as possible.” When his Ph.D. was completed, Grim joined the lab of H. William Detrich III at Northeastern University in Boston as a National Science Foundation Office of Polar Programs Postdoctoral Research Fellow. The group of fishes Grim studies is uniquely adapted to live in the cold (-1.9C) waters surrounding the Western Antarctic Peninsula. They maintain a body temperature that is close to freezing, but they have antifreeze proteins that prevent them from freezing solid. Some of these fish even lack the red blood pigment called hemoglobin, which is responsible for transporting oxygen through the blood. They call these fish “icefish,” because their blood is clear. The icefish survive because the extremely cold seawater in the Southern Ocean has a higher oxygen concentration than warm waters elsewhere. However, the region is one of the most quickly warming places on the planet, Grim says, so the survival of these animals could be at risk if they can’t function properly in warmer waters. Photo by Steven Untracht, M.D., Ph.D.

Jen Greacen’s company, Red Frog Marketing, took home three gold and one silver award at the 2011 Tampa Bay Addy Awards Gala last February. In late April Red Frog merged with the international design firm Clear PH and is now collaboratively named The Clear Agency.

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Rehan Choudhry left Harrah’s Entertainment to become the director of entertainment and special events at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. He was also recently named one of BizBash Magazine’s 68 most innovative event professionals. He resides in Las Vegas, NV. Luke Medvegy graduated from Norwich University’s Graduate Studies Program with a masters of arts in diplomacy (MDY) specializing in international conflict management. He is currently working on a joint U.S. Army billet for the United States Military Training Mission in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as the Royal Saudi Land Forces Southern Area Command’s principal logistical advisor. According to Medvegy the experience has been a rewarding cross-cultural exchange making diplomacy the vanguard of daily business.

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Kareem Escayg was hired by the Academy of the Holy Names in Tampa as its varsity soccer coach. He has coached youth soccer in the Tampa Bay area for several years. Elias Gonzalez, member of the U.S. Army National Guard, won the annual Gasparilla Half Marathon in Tampa in February. He set a new record, finishing the course in 1 hour, 11 minutes and 9 seconds. Elias resides in Tampa.

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Amy M. McKenna coauthored a petroleum


analysis which was published in the journal Analytical Chemistry. She is an assistant scholar-scientist and directs the Ion Cyclotron Resonance external user program at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory at Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL. Golfer Brian Ward earned a berth at the U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying tournament. Chantal Whittaker was a finalist in the Young Caymanian Leadership Awards. She is employed at Mourant Ozannes as an articled clerk. Since 2008 she has been captain of the North Side Company of the Cayman Islands Girls’ Brigade, where she mentors young girls between the ages of 5 and 18. Whittaker is also a member of the Cayman Islands Youth Parliament. She was recently elected as director of the North Side District Council Executive Board.

coach as well as a varsity assistant for the last four years. Rose Burns McGee is expected to complete a master’s degree in the Department of Veterinary Science at the University of Kentucky this summer. She was featured as a UK Graduate Spotlight. McGee conducted genetic and cytogenetic research at the Gluck Equine Research Center. Joshua Rich graduated from California Western School of Law in 2009 and was admitted to the California bar in 2010. Ileana Torres married Jamal Andre Wilburg in February 2011 at The Tampa Club.

The Tampa Bay Lightning and Carolina Hurricanes faced off in Tampa in March, at which the Tampa Bay Alumni Chapter mingled while enjoying dinner. Liza Mizel ’04 (left) and Amber Crosby enjoyed the game. Thanks to Josh Jones ’08 for coordinating the event.

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Jessica Cairo is engaged to Christopher Johnson. Christopher proposed during a Memorial Day weekend trip to Boston. According to Cairo the couple is excited to start their lives together and join their Italian and Irish families at a spring 2012 wedding. Stephanie Hryzan plays roller derby for the Providence Roller Derby league as Smack Gyver for the Sakonnet River Roller Rats. Jared Liebenow has been hired as Winnacunnet High School’s varsity baseball coach. As a student Jared played for Winnacunnet, in Hampton, NH. He has been Winnacunnet’s freshman

The Perfect Storm

Jamal Andre Wilburg ’06 and Ileana Torres ’06

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Nicole Boerner is living in New York City with her husband, Jason, who she married on April 9. Nicole is continuing the modeling career she started in college. She is represented by Wilhelmina Models and her most recent clients include Clairol, Jergens, Kohls, Macys and

all in the family Family Weekend 2011 will be held Oct. 1415. Visit www.ut.edu/family.

Dillards, and she’s been featured in Women’s Health Magazine and Fitness Magazine. She is also starting a wine education and entertainment company called Winescool, which she hopes to launch this fall. Yvonka De Ridder was featured in a St. Petersburg Times article about how she and her partner adopted a teenager from foster care. Justin M. Garofano recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, IL. Carina Homann graduated with a masters in social work from Dominican University. Her concentration was international social work, and she was able to work on many initiatives for combating violence against women, specifically human trafficking. Email: cnhomann@yahoo.com Darryl Horton works for the University Community Hospital Fletcher PRN in the ER and Mobile Pool Contract for the Baycare Health System. He earned his Masters of Health Services

Administration in December 2010 from Strayer University. Email: Darryl172002@aol.com Amy Rumore MED ’10 became the varsity volleyball coach at Plant High School in Tampa after serving as the junior varsity coach for two years.

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Kristi Dahl recently earned a master’s degree in social work from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She resides in Wisconsin. Connie Gee was selected to serve on the Florida Chamber of Commerce’s Six Pillars Caucus System. Gee, who serves as the vice president, health data analyst and wellness strategic planner for MedVision, LLC, will join other-leaders from across the state on the Quality of Life & Quality of Places Caucus to help craft the first-ever, statewide strategic plan. Lauren (Stricker) Lewis has a new job as an associate attorney at Broad & Cassel in Tampa. She earned her J.D. at Stetson University College of Law this past May. UTjournal  fall 2011  27


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John Mather Jr. and Erika Ginzl ’09

Kaitlin Monte ’08 (seated)

Kaitlin Monte was crowned Miss New York this June and will go on to compete in the Miss America pageant, live on ABC. She has previously been crowned Miss Tampa, Miss Greater Rochester and Miss Teenager New York. Joshua Murphy has recently written a book entitled Generation We Solve: Cause the Effect. The book challenges his generation to discover their purpose and to be the change they wish to see. Josh resides in Washington, DC. Email: josh@thejoshmurphy.com Margeaux Sinibaldi was named varsity volleyball coach at Bloomingdale High School in Tampa.

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J.B. Ball came back to campus to perform at the Just Like You comedy show in Reeves Theater this April. Bethany Brown started medical school at West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine this August. She also took a trip to South Africa, Zambia, Botswana and Zimbabwe with her sister. Email: bhbrown22@gmail.com Charles Choate recently received his commission as a naval officer after completing 28  UTjournal  fall 2011

Bethany Brown ’09 (left) and her sister,

Carlos Peralta ’08 and Stephanie

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Officer Candidate School at Officer Training Center, Newport, RI. Stephanie Emrith married Carlos Peralta ’08 in Pointe-aPierre, Trinidad and Tobago. Acting Prime Minister Jack Warner was in attendance, along with several high-ranking government officials. Emrith’s father is a member of the United National Congress. Adam Little MS ’10 and Matthew Kanuck were also in attendance. The couple spent their honeymoon in Cancun, Mexico. Erika Ginzl married John Mather Jr. this February in New Orleans where they currently reside. Email: edinzl@gmail.com Ethan Lewis founded GlucoBrands LLC, a company that provides products for those with diabetes, such as the GlucoPouch, a fast-acting glucose gel to treat low blood sugar.

fall semester at Hofstra University School of Law. Email: chrisoxx@comcast.net Lloyd Pimentel, of East Bridgewater, MA, had a photo published in usatoday.com in July of his 1984 Corvette parked on the top of the Thomas Parking Garage on campus. The photo was part of the site’s media gallery titled “Reader Corvettes on Vacation.” Morgan Wilber and Colleen Franconi ’09 were hired at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

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Kate Gordon is currently performing with Blue Scarf Collective in St. Petersburg, FL. She portrays Alva Calloway in the world premiere of Murder Ballad. Email: kvgordon@spartans.ut.edu Bethany Kreider was awarded a Fulbright scholarship to teach in Indonesia. Christopher Oxx has been named to the dean’s list for the

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Shahana Ansari will complete a year of service with AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) working with at-risk youth in the Indianapolis area before applying to graduate school. Julia Bodwell recently penned the article “Florida Divers Make Local Efforts toward Coral Reef Recovery” in the online magazine Living Green. She is the editorial director for Muzime, Inc. and continues to pursue her passion for writing through many mediums, including fiction, reporting and light verse. In addition, she has written for various publications, including United Press International. Email: julia@muzime.com Brendan McCabe was accepted to Columbia University’s Teach-

ers College. He plans to teach in Singapore for a year before starting at Colombia in fall 2012. Jack McGeachy is attending the University of Florida College of Medicine. He worked at University Community Hospital in Tampa as an ER technician until moving to Gainesville. Loren Piretra is a Red Bull field marketing specialist, overseeing all of Red Bull’s marketing efforts for Orange County, CA. Alex Vera creates websites for E. Viddal & Associates, a content management system development company.

in memoriam Alumni Louise Kier ’42 Albert Nieto ’50 Armand A. Cardoso, M.D. ’51 Mary Vaccaro ’52 Peter Albano ’56 Donald R. Hatfield ’58 Kenneth M. Wilkinson ’58 Larry Riemersma ’67 Lucy Lynne Cline ’69 Edward Hauser Jr. ’72 David Allen Hartley ’73 Bobbie Keen ’73 Brig. Gen. Anson W. Schulz ‘74 Richard Levy MBA ‘82 Students Tessa Byers ’14 Faculty Thomas J. Hegarty Charles Hyde


Homecoming and Reunions 2011 – Oct. 20-22

Throughout Homecoming Weekend Friday and Saturday 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Information Table Lobby, Plant Hall Stop by the alumni table to look through UT memorabilia and to pick up your homecoming welcome package.

Thursday, Oct. 20 7–9 p.m. Young Alumni Happy Hour Special Guests: Reunion Class of 2006 MacDinton’s Irish Pub 405 S. Howard Ave. www.macdintons.com Join graduates from the classes of 2001-2011 to kick off homecoming weekend. Free

Friday, Oct. 21 2–3 p.m. Walking Campus Tour Lobby, Plant Hall

3-4:30 p.m. National Alumni Association Annual Meeting Brevard Community Room Brevard Hall All alumni are invited to the NAA’s annual meeting. Come hear what’s going on in YOUR alumni community.

5–6 p.m. Homecoming Parade Around Campus

5–7 p.m. President’s Reception East Verandah, Plant Hall Join Pres. Vaughn and fellow Spartans for complimentary appetizers and cocktails. RSVP required. Free

7 p.m. Women’s Volleyball Game

$8 per person Contact dcowden@ut.edu

Martinez Sports Center Spartans vs. Barry University

7–10 p.m. A Night in the Rat Special Guests: Reunion Classes of 1981 and 1986

11 a.m. All Alumni Barbecue Lunch — Join graduates from 1970-2011 Special Guests: Reunion Classes of 1971, 1976, 1991, 1996 and 2001

Rathskeller, Plant Hall Enjoy drinks and snacks during a one night re-opening of UT’s very own watering hole. $5 per person

Lawn in front of the Sykes College of Business Complimentary beer and wine included. $15 per person

Saturday, Oct. 22

1–3 p.m. Minaret Climb

10:30 a.m. social, 11:30 a.m. lunch Decade of the ’50s Open House and Lunch Special Guests: Reunion Classes of 1951 and 1956 Board Room and Crescent Club, Vaughn Center Join graduates from the 1950s for a social and reunion luncheon. RSVP required. $20 per person

10:30 a.m. social, 11:30 a.m. lunch Decade of the ‘60s Open House and Lunch Special Guests: Reunion Classes of 1961 and 1966 Board Room and Crescent Club, Vaughn Center Join graduates from the 1960s for a social and reunion luncheon. RSVP required. $20 per person

11 a.m. Art Brunch R.K. Bailey Art Studios RSVP required.

4th Floor, Plant Hall

2–3 p.m. Walking Campus Tour Lobby, Plant Hall

7–11 p.m. Oktoberfest Grand Salon and Verandah, Plant Hall Join us as we continue the UT homecoming tradition of Oktoberfest. $25 per person in advance, $30 at the door

Host Hotel: Sheraton Riverwalk 200 N. Ashley Drive Tampa, FL 33602 (800) 325-3535 www.starwoodmeeting.com/ book/ut2011 Book room by Sept. 15. Ask for University of Tampa homecoming rate of $119.

Get it all online Visit alumni.ut.edu for more detailed information on homecoming events and activities. You can also register and pay online. Contact the alumni office at alumni@ut.edu or (813) 253-6209 with any questions about Homecoming 2011. UTjournal  fall fall 2011  2011  29


brick by brick How supporters improve the UT experience

common good

Why I Give: Rodney Piatt ’74 Q: What were you involved in at UT? A: I was very involved in Greek life

and became the president of the Tau Kappa Epsilon chapter and president of the Inter Fraternity Council. Being a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon gave me the opportunity to be active in many UT events as well as support charitable causes, but most importantly, it gave me the opportunity to establish lifelong friendships. Being a member of the golf team was also significant, as it was great to represent the school athletically, and my captain and teammate, Bob Ford, has remained one of my dearest friends throughout my life. Rodney Piatt‚ ’74 is a committed donor to UT’s annual fund.

Major: Accounting Current Profession: Founder and president of Horizon Properties Q: What do you like best about UT? A: I like the fact that UT has been very

progressive with its growth and has had the required visionary leadership needed to establish the University as a leader in many fields. The campus environment, as well as the curriculum offering, has been exemplary in all respects. Q: Do you have a favorite place on campus?

Q: Most memorable professor? A: My most memorable professor had

to be Alvan McFadyen. He had such a Southern way about him and just loved what he was doing. He was so engaging with the students. Q: How did UT prepare you for what you do now? A: Being at UT was just the opportunity I needed as a young person to find out what was needed in life to be successful. The setting of a smaller school was the atmosphere I needed to be engaged as a student. Also, I liked the fact that many of my accounting classes were taught by professors who also worked in business, so there was a different perspective brought to the classroom that I thought was effective. 

A: As a student my favorite place on

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Q: How do you continue to stay connected to UT? A: I have tried to be involved with UT

by staying in contact with the admin-

istrators of the school and understanding the positive direction in which the University is headed. One of the most enjoyable moments is receiving and reading all the publications sent to me as an alumnus and friend of UT. It’s always exciting to see how much UT has changed throughout the years and the impact UT is having on the region and the nation. Q: Why do you support UT? A: Supporting UT is just an easy thing

to do! I have such fond memories of UT, and when I think of the people that have been life-long friends and the success that I have been fortunate enough to have, and knowing that it all started at UT, well how could you not want to make an impact for the students who are following you by making UT a greater institution for them?

Sykes Funds ROTC Award UT’s most outstanding cadets are eligible to be recognized with the Lt. Gen. Harold G. Moore Endowed Award, which is given annually and provides a cash award. The award was funded by John H. Sykes. Lt. Gen. Harold G. Moore led the 7th Calvary Regiment at the Battle of Ia Drang in Vietnam and received the Distinguished Service Cross, the second highest decoration in the U.S. Army.


“He absolutely loved the school.”

—russ kozar father of doug kozar ’09

Former Trustee Dies

John Wulbern, a banker and financial consultant who joined the Board of Trustees in 1988 and served as chair from 1990-1991, died on June 8, 2011. During his career Wulbern was the president of First Florida Bank, chairman of the board of Citizens First Bank of Ocala and president of Independent Banker’s Bank. Most recently he was a member of the board of directors of Bay Cities Bank in Tampa. He had been trustee of the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center (now Straz Center for the Performing Arts), and recently served on the board of directors of Abe Brown Ministries. Chiselers fund Brickwork

The Chiselers, the organization dedicated to refurbishing Plant Hall, donated $400,000 to UT to continue the project of “Sealing the Envelope,” which involves the preservation/restoration of several windows and the repointing of the brickwork. The check was presented to UT by Sandy Harris, president of the Chiselers, on May 18.

Parents Establish Scholarship in Son’s Name

The parents of Doug Kozar ’09, the UT alumnus who was killed by a drunk driver when walking to his car on Harbour Island, have established an endowed scholarship in his name. “We decided we wanted to do something that would keep Doug’s memory alive,” his father, Russ Kozar, said. “We wanted to do something that was somehow affiliated with UT. He absolutely loved the school.” The need-based scholarship will go to a junior criminology or criminal justice major and will continue into his or her senior year. It will be awarded starting in fall 2012. The Douglas J. Kozar Memorial Endowed Scholarship will continue the legacy of a young man who friends say was quick to help out those in need. “His friends would say he was the first one to lend a helping hand,” Kathy Kozar said. “Doug embodied the values we taught him in our home, and we couldn’t be prouder of the man he became.”

a lasting legacy Stephen and Marsha Dickey enjoy a conversation with Steve Barbas at the Presidential Luncheon for the Landmark and Legacy societies in May. The Dickeys were inducted into the

Message from the Vice President for Development and University Relations In 1972, the Minaret Society was established to give friends of The University of Tampa an opportunity to participate in the advancement of UT through annual giving. Those who donate $1,000-$9,999 annually to UT are members of the Minaret Society, either on the Bronze, Silver or Gold Crescent levels. Those donors who make a gift of $10,000 or higher annually are Minaret Society members at the President’s Council level at either Gold, Silver or Bronze levels. The University deeply appreciates all of our donors, especially those who are members of the Minaret Society. Every November, all members of the Minaret Society from the previous fiscal year are invited to attend our annual Minaret Society Dinner. Beginning in the 2012-2013 fiscal year, invitations to the dinner will be extended only to those donors who are members of the Minaret Society Silver Crescent level ($2,500-$4,999) or higher. The first Minaret Society Dinner that this will become effective is the November 2013 event. If there are any questions concerning this change in our Minaret Society Dinner plans, contact me at (813) 253-6277 or by email at dgura@ut.edu. Thank you for your ongoing support and involvement. —Daniel T. Gura, CFRE

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brick by brick

Students in Beth Eschenfelder’s classes often provide consulting for nonprofits.

leaving a legacy

Teaching by Example UT Students who are in Beth Eschenfelder’s public relations campaign course enjoy her teaching methodology and talent for communicating a consistent lesson that will serve them well in life – that it’s important to develop a strong sense of responsibility to the community and to those less fortunate. An assistant professor of communication, Eschenfelder sets this example by her own actions and community involvement, a powerful endorsement for doing the right thing. For Eschenfelder, helping others is not just an academic exercise, it’s using her time, talents and treasure to support causes she is passionate about, whether it’s

in a university setting or communitybased. She is hoping her students learn this lesson as well. As a scholar of applied research into organizational infrastructure, Eschenfelder likes to involve her students in projects that include nonprofit organizations as subject matter. As part of the curriculum, students create a public relations campaign for existing organizations. “I like to assign students to projects with nonprofits,” Eschenfelder explained. “I feel it’s ethical to use nonprofit organizations for our students to work with as we are providing a service that they (nonprofits) may, otherwise, not be able to afford. Often,

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the nonprofit organizations will use campaign materials that our students create for them.” Eschenfelder sets an example herself as she often consults with nonprofits on various research projects. Wherever she provides a service, it’s always pro-bono. She has supported such organizations as the Tampa Junior League, Operation PAR, the Salvation Army of North Pinellas and the Tarpon Alliance for Humanity to name a few. “It’s important to give back to the community,” she said. “I try to instill ethical values in my students. It must be personal. I encourage students to get involved and plug into their communities, and nonprofits are a great way to do that. I asked that students consider jobs in the nonprofit sector and to donate services for charitable organizations. They need it badly.” Giving back is a predominant theme in Eschenfelder’s life. Not only does she offer her services to nonprofit organizations, but also believes strongly in charitable giving. The professor donates to UT’s communication scholarship and the honor society of Phi Kappa Phi through employee payroll deduction. In addition, she has included The University of Tampa in her estate plans through life insurance and retirement funds. “I give back because it’s something that I do,” she added “It’s what you should do.” Need more information about Planned Giving? Contact: Cindy L. Tully, Planned Giving Officer; ctully@ut.edu (813) 258-7373

Did you know that if you leave your IRA or 401(k) to children, family or friends as an inheritance that they will have to pay 25-35% to the IRS the year they receive their gift? For your heirs, it’s better to leave things like stock, homes and savings accounts. To keep your IRA whole and skip the taxes, consider donating your retirement savings to UT. The rewards of your life’s work can go to help a UT student get started on a great, long career of their own. Visit our website at www.ut.edu/plannedgiving for more great planning tips. 32  UTjournal  fall 2011


An education can be the foundation for a dream. “When we strengthen education, we strengthen our job force and our nation as a whole. My UT degree and the connections I have made here are the building blocks I need to reach my dreams.” — Casey Duffy ’12 The Annual Fund plays a part in every student’s UT experience and affects every aspect of campus. Your support for The University of Tampa is building dreams.

www.ut.edu/give-to-UT

Use your smartphone to watch a video about UT students. Thanks to your help, The University of Tampa is building dreams. www.youtube.com/UTChannel UTjournal  fall 2011  33


president’s annual report

80 years of

TRANSFORMING

LIVES 2010-2011 MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT RONALD L. VAUGHN

It’s difficult to envision what The University of Tampa was like 80 years ago. You’d recognize Plant Hall and the Hillsborough River, but likely little else of campus. You’d feel the lush, tropical breezes and sun-drenched winters that characterize our location. But most of all, you’d likely recognize UT’s quest – to provide access for young people to obtain a top-notch education and prepare them to be outstanding citizens. Throughout the 80 years of UT’s history, faces have changed, policies have been written and rewritten, enrollments have varied, yet we have been able to move forward to where we are now – a stable, financially sound, highlydesirable, model university that responds to students’ needs in the 21st century. Each year we take steps toward our mission of improving students’ ability to learn and succeed in the future, rethinking and updating protocols, welcoming the most deserving students, making campus more comfortable for current students and attractive to future students, streamlining processes and investing in our future. This year was no different. It’s uncanny that in 1931 the U.S. was mired in the Great Depression, and today, we are struggling to recover from the Great Recession. No doubt just like UT’s leaders in 1931, we are forced to be more aggressive, nimble and strategic in order to thrive in the difficult economic conditions. Fortunately, we have been successful in finding ways to break enrollment records and continue to transform the campus, all while staying true to our mission of transforming students. 34  UTjournal  Fall 2011

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operations president’s annual report

2010-2011 saw the opening of four new buildings on campus, including the Sykes Chapel and Center for Faith and Values.

“No doubt just like UT’s leaders in 1931, we are forced to be more aggressive, nimble and strategic in order to thrive in the difficult economic conditions.” —President Ronald L. Vaughn

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president’s annual report

Sigma Delta Tau is one of 19 sorori-

The new Dickey Health and

ties and fraternities on campus.

Wellness Center houses a BioMeasure machine for students to receive an instant health assessment.

student affairs Being a UT student in 1931 was a very different thing than it is today. While UT’s first students were all from Tampa, today our students are considerably more diverse – they come from all 50 states and 114 countries, and they represent nearly every conceivable ethnic, racial, religious and economic background. Early UT students lived at home until the upper floors of Plant Hall became a de facto dormitory. Today 65 percent of full-time students live in 10 residence halls on campus. Once UT built its earliest dormitories, visiting rules were strict. Today’s residence halls are considerably more social, yet still very secure. Eighty years ago, the first clubs included “La Tertulia,” a Spanish-language group, the Sanitary Engineers (a club formed by the student janitorial force), the Dramatic Club, the Debating Club and the Science Club. Today UT has more than 160 clubs, from the Constitutional Law Club to Quidditch. Fraternities

and sororities were created within two years of UT’s founding, and today there are 19 chapters. We know that students who are more comfortable in their living arrangements and extracurricular activities do better academically. This year we created the Office of Student Success to help students assimilate

Roller hockey was one of the first sport clubs started at UT. Now there are 10 sport clubs.

into college and learn to be successful students and graduates, and thus increase UT’s retention rate. We also built a new online housing selection system, and students selected their room using that software. The opening of the Dickey Health and Wellness Center will be an asset to students’ well being. Total visits to the new health

center last spring semester increased 28 percent, and the center also houses all programming related to student wellness, such as stress reduction and alcohol awareness. We also held the first Wellness Symposium and Expo, which addressed various dimensions of wellness – mental, physical, spiritual, social, occupational and environ-

In 2011 UT recognized our highly effective internship program with a new Intern of the Year Award. There were more than 20 student nominees for this inaugural year, out of about 600 UT internship opportunities. 36  UTjournal  Fall 2011


mental. Also, in an effort to promote outdoor physical activity and sustainable transportation options, we implemented a free bicycle rental program. The Office of Student Leadership and Engagement (OSLE) took the lead in facilitating programming for the new Sykes Chapel and Center for Faith and Values. During the spring semester 160 events took place there – programming that previously did not exist. We initiated a partnership with the Interfaith Youth Core that will support programming this academic year, and which puts us at the forefront of a presidential initiative to incorporate interfaith education on college campuses. Ten student religious groups and 30 community religious organizations now also assist with our character, values and spiritual development pro-

60%

Percentage of student population that participated in career preparation programs last year.

grams. OSLE also continued to coordinate leadership opportunities, increasing attendance this year. We continue to focus on giving students an extra edge when they enter the workforce after graduation. Sixty percent of the total student population participated in career preparation programs.

academics Each year, UT further secures its place as a model institution that provides an excellent education. Eighty years ago, there were 12 faculty members who taught 32 classes – covering English, French, German, Latin, Spanish, education, history, art, chemistry, mathematics, biblical studies and mathematics. Today there are over 500 faculty who teach more than 3,500 classes faculty each year and are experts in almost every field imaginable. In 1931 the University began preparing for its first accreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. UT now owns that, and 10 other accreditations. In the spring of 1935, after its fourth year of existence, UT graduated 14 students. Last year, more than 1,600 students graduated with a UT diploma.

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This year’s accomplishments continued the trend of academic excellence as UT joined the nation’s oldest, largest and most selective all-discipline honor society, Phi Kappa Phi. This brings national recognition to our academic programs. As you read on page 8, we continue to be a model for experiential education. In one of many examples, UT continues to provide a global education to our students, and we report that 35 percent more students studied abroad this year. This is likely a record number. We continue to respond to student needs for majors and subject areas. This year we created the innovative, low-residency MFA program in creative writing, a minor in Latin American studies, an allied health major, a major in journalism and courses in Portuguese and Arabic. Twenty-five new faculty and staff members were hired this year to help provide expert instruction and improve support for various elements of the educational experience.

35 percent more students studied abroad.

Since we determined that many students have difficulty choosing their major, we started a “majors fair” to better serve undecided students. Twenty-four percent of those attending changed or declared their major. Accomplishments in

faculty research and artistic achievement were plenty. n College of Business — 104 publications and 72 conference presentations. n College of Arts and Letters—Four books, 28 publications of articles, chapters and recordings, 67 juried exhibitions or conference presentations, 60 concerts, recitals and stage productions. n College of Natural and Health Sciences — 68 publications and 45 conference presentations. n College of Social Sciences, Mathematics and Education — Two books, 36 articles, 13 chapters, 69 conference presentations.

100%

Pass rate UT nursing graduates achieved on their licensure exam, thus putting UT among the very top programs in the country. Percentage of new teachers with UT education degrees who saw at least half of their students improve on the FCAT. The ranking topped all other public and independent institutions in Florida.

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enrollment On Oct. 1, 1931, UT held its first admissions event – registration at Hillsborough High School. More than 50 enrolled that night. UT’s first enrollment report showed that 67 students eventually registered for the University’s first fall semester in 1931. Nine dropped out, but 15 new students registered for the second semester. Certainly the admissions and enrollment process at UT has become a thousand times more complex through the years, as recruiting has become hypercompetitive, worldwide and has evolved with technological advances. This year we implemented more than 60 new initiatives to remain successful in the admissions market. For instance, the admissions counselors and support staff planned more events for prospective students, parents and college counselors. These include admitted student receptions, counselor fly-in events, open houses and a myriad of other special events. Technologically we advance in ways previously unimaginable. In one example, we conceived and implemented an admitted student portal, The Verandah, which allows for a safe, secure social media site only for admitted UT students. The site has more than

1,200 student users, and it’s clear that those who participate are much more likely to become future Spartans. While UT continues to set enrollment records, the interest and selectivity of UT students increases along with it. More than 80,000 student inquiries were received this year from prospective freshmen. This year about 50 percent of freshmen applicants were admitted, as opposed to 58 percent in 2010. This compares to much higher applicant admission percentages, in

6,700 Number of students on campus this fall—a new record.

the 70s and 80s, many years ago. Today UT’s high quality, much improved educational experience and soaring reputation are magnets for attracting large numbers of interested students.

80,000

High-schoolers inquired about becoming a UT freshman.

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Spring organ concerts in the Sykes Chapel and Center for Faith and Values were standing room only.

operations The first impression many people get of UT is Plant Hall, with its memorable and iconic minarets. When UT started as Tampa Junior College in 1931 its home was Hillsborough High School. Two years later UT found its home in the vacated Tampa Bay Hotel — along with the mold, vandalism and ceiling leaks that pervaded it. Today the beautifully-restored Plant Hall remains the focal point of campus, one that is surrounded by 49 other modern and historic campus buildings. Just as the renovation of Plant Hall never ends (see the story about the Chiselers’ latest project, page 31), nor does our work in building new facilities and renovating older ones. Of course, you can’t talk about UT’s history without at least touching on the financial difficulties that plagued the University from day one. Fortunately, today UT’s finances are stable, and every budget for the past 16 years has been balanced. UT’s annual budget in 1931 — $20,000 — would last about one hour in today’s annual budget of $170 million.

It’s worth noting here that for the second year in a row Charity Navigator has awarded UT with a 4-star rating — the highest a charity can receive — for its ability to efficiently manage and grow its finances. Most notable this year was the completion of the Sykes Chapel and Center for Faith and Values. This award-winning, magnificent


ONE

Hour

How long UT’s 1931 annual budget — $20,000 — would last in today’s $170 million budget.

and distinctive building, which was a vision held for more than 15 years, will help students build their own character and values for years to come. The 55foot tall pipe organ inside the chapel was warmly received with standing-room only audiences for a series of concerts last spring.

The new Stephen H. and Marsha Dickey Health and Wellness Center was dedicated in the fall, and today is the hub of student health and wellness. The Kennedy Building, a multi-purpose academic building, and the Science Annex, were also opened during the fall. The health center and Science Annex are currently in consideration as our first LEEDcertified campus buildings. This summer we began major renovations to the Martinez Sports Center (see page 2). This will allow for much needed space for the popular Health Science and Human Performance program, as well as for athletic purposes. We made a dramatic renovation of the campus bookstore, and have upped the store’s online presence. Both resulted in an updated, customer friendly environment, and came in tandem with a new logo licensing program. This program

will help UT promote and protect its brand and logos, ultimately increasing our visibility and perception as an institution. When UT moved from Hillsborough High School to Plant Hall in 1933, the institution’s possessions fit

we redesigned the University’s website, built a mobile website, created an online financial aid calculator for students, installed student international travel tracking software, upgraded all residence halls to full wireless capabilities (in addition

The Martinez Sports Center expansion, currently underway, will add space for classrooms, labs, faculty offices, ROTC and athletics.

into the back of a pickup truck, with a reconditioned typewriter being perhaps the most valued and technologically advanced machine amongst those possessions. Today technology is ubiquitous on campus. This year

to the campus’ 400 wireless zones) and implemented lifelong email accounts for alumni. This is all on top of maintaining the thousands of PCs and Macs on campus, and the 45 separate campus computer labs.

A Devotion to UT First Lady Renée Vaughn is an untiring advocate of UT In its 80-year existence, UT has had some very strong and passionate first ladies. My wife, Renée, is one of them. She is committed to UT and is actively involved in supporting UT’s mission through campus and community involvement. Plus, she is one of my best advisors and critics. Renée is also active in the Tampa Bay community and on the boards of the H.B. Plant Museum (past president), UT Board of Fellows (past president), Leadership Tampa Bay (past president), Leadership Tampa Alumni (chair elect), Red Cross Angels (vice president) and Rotary Club of Tampa. Renée is also a member of the Tampa General Hospital Women’s Leadership Council, The Chiselers and Athena Society. She owns the Williams Consulting Group, a public relations firm. The University and I are indeed lucky to have such a strong advocate and first lady.

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athletics

Then and Now

Eighty years ago, in an effort to attract favorable community recognition to the fledgling University of Tampa, athletics were established quickly. Basketball, tennis and swimming were the first organized sports, with contests against such institutions as St. Petersburg Junior College, Tampa Business College and Hillsborough High School. The first UT football game was played against Rollins College in 1933, and two people attended – UT’s president and one member of the board of trustees. Today UT is an athletic powerhouse. With 20 men’s and women’s teams, the Spartans have won 12 NCAA II national championships and have secured 59 Sunshine State Conference (SSC) titles in the past two decades. This year the Spartans fared well on the field, in the classroom and in the community. We won five SSC championships, nearly won a national championship (volleyball ended as second in the country), five coaches were recognized as coaches of the year on the national and conference levels, recorded a 3.12 GPA cumulative grade point average for all athletes and

The UT men’s basketball team set a new record for consecutive wins.

2091

3.12

Cumulative GPA for all UT athletes

received the NCAA II Best in Conference community engagement award. Overall, it was a good year for the record books. Men’s basketball started the year off 16-0, a school record for most consecutive wins. Softball had the most strikeouts and homeruns in a season. Softball and volleyball set a school record for wins. Women’s basketball played in the NCAA regional for the seventh straight year, which is the only school in the SSC to do so. When they weren’t winning games UT athletes

U.S.

U.t.

1931: Aviator Ruth Nicols set the women’s world altitude record of 28,743 feet. 2011: Space shuttle Atlantis and four astronauts, including female mission specialist Sandy Magnus, returned from the International Space Shuttle in triumph, bringing an end to NASA’s 30-year shuttle journey.

1931: 12 faculty members. 2011: 534 faculty members.

1931: U.S. unemployment reaches 8 million (15.9%). 2011: U.S. unemployment reaches 15 million (9.1%).

1931: A college of opportunity, open virtually to all who applied. 2011: A college of first choice, now identified as “selective” in its admission policy.

1931: Radios can be found in two of every five homes 2011: Thirty-one percent of Americans own a smartphone.

logged more than 5,000 hours of community service, and 95 percent of all UT athletes graduate. We added women’s golf

1931: A “street car college” serving a strictly local commuting student body. 2011: A “suitcase college” with 65 percent of full-time students living in campus housing.

1935: Graduating class of 14 2010-11: Graduating class of more than 1,600

and began play this year. Men’s lacrosse was also announced last year, and intercollegiate play begins this year. UT

Eighty years from now UT leaders will likely look back and wonder how we ever provided an education in such a quaint era of 2011. Advances will be made that will revolutionize learning, new educational policies and programs will respond to issues arising in new eras and students will have opportunities like never before. However, as for now we continue to build UT’s foundation, so that it can stay on course, with its mission always in mind. We achieve that day by day and year to year, with help from committed friends and UT community members. Thank you for joining us on that path.

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Donor Honor Roll 2010 to 2011 Lifetime Giving Societies Members of UT’s Lifetime Giving Societies have made a substantial commitment of personal resources to ensure the University’s success in achieving excellence in education. PINNACLE SOCIETY (CUMULATIVE GIFTS EXCEEDING $10 MILLION) Susan and John Sykes PACESETTERS SOCIETY (CUMULATIVE GIFTS OF $1 MILLION TO $10 MILLION) Anonymous (Corporate) (2) The Bailey Family Foundation Bank of America BECK The Chiselers Inc. Conn Memorial Foundation The David A. and Mary Irene Falk Memorial Fund Estate of Charles Goulding Mr.* and Mrs. Robert Jaeb Gene and Patsy McNichols and Family/McNichols Company Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Naimoli J. Ross* and Barbara Parker Estate of Walter S. Pierce Robert Thomas Sr.*/Port Sutton Inc. The Saunders Foundation David A. Straz Jr. and Catherine L. Straz/David A. Straz Jr. Foundation Tampa Greyhound Track TECO Energy Estate of Frank P. Urso, M.D. Verizon Don and Erika Wallace Family Foundation The Walter Foundation Rick and Sandy Thomas LANDMARK SOCIETY (CUMULATIVE GIFTS OF $500,000 OR MORE) Jane and Sid Allen Educational Fund Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Austin Mr.* and Mrs.* William Barritt Bank of America Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blanchard/ WRB Enterprises Mr. Thomas E. Bronson

Bright House Networks Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Casey Charles A. Dana Foundation Stephen F. and Marsha Dickey Daniel M. Doyle David and Maureen Dunkel Mr.* and Mrs.* Jack Eckerd Mr. and Mrs. James L. Ferman Jr. / Ferman Automotive Management Mr.* and Mrs.* James L. Ferman Sr./ Ferman Automotive Management Florida Independent College Fund Frank E. Duckwall Foundation Frank Stanley Beveridge Foundation Charles A. Frueauff Foundation Mr. Lee Harrer Estate of Mr. and Mrs. Max Hollingsworth Huizenga Family Foundation Estate of George Jenkins Merle C. Kelce* Mr. I. Z. Kessler* Dr. Peter O. Knight* Mr. and Mrs. William Krusen Sr. Law Enforcement Assistance Estate of William D. Leith Mr. and Mrs. John L. Macdonald Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mandt Mr. and Mrs. James S. MacLeod ’70 Merchants Association of Florida Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morsani/ Morsani Charitable Foundation Mr.* and Mrs. Arthur D. Pepin Pepsi-Cola Inc. Estate of Wilhelmina Pearde Mr. and Mrs. Charles Poe Mr. and Mrs. William F. Poe Sr. Publix Super Markets Charities Estate of Margaret Ragg Mr.* and Mrs. Allen N. Reeves Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Rothman The Sant’ Yago Education Foundation The William G. and Marie Selby Foundation Sodexo Campus Services (Facilities) State of Florida Division of Historical Resources Mr. and Mrs. Craig C. Sturken ‘66 SunTrust Bank Tampa Alpha Alumni Chapter The City of Tampa

Tampa Jai-Alai Estate of Margueritte Thurston The University of Tampa Board of Fellows USAA Educational Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation Mr.* and Mrs.* James W. Walter Mr.* and Mrs.* David E. Ward president’s council The President’s Council is the most esteemed annual gift society of The University of Tampa, honoring donors of $10,000 or more during the last fiscal year. This includes all gifts that have been received by the University during the fiscal year. GOLD MEMBERS ($50,000 OR MORE) Anonymous (Corporation) BECK 10+ The Chiselers Inc. 10+ ▲ Steven F. and Marsha Dickey 10+ ▲ Gene and Patsy McNichols and McNichols Family 10+ McNichols Company 9 ▲ Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Naimoli 10+ Estate of Michael D. Osterhout ▲ Pepsi Bottling Group 10+ ▲ David A. Straz Jr. and Catherine L. Straz/David A. Straz Jr. Foundation 10+ Craig and Mary Ann Sturken 9 John H. and Susan W. Sykes 10+ ▲ Rick and Sandy Thomas/Thomas Financial Group 10+ The Walter Foundation/Mr. W. Kendall Baker 10+ SILVER MEMBERS ($25,000-$49,999) Amscot Financial and the MacKechnie Family 8 ▲ The University of Tampa Board of Fellows 9 ▲ Mr. Anthony J. Borrell Jr./Borrell Family Foundation Inc. 10+ ▲ The City of Tampa Mayor’s Hispanic Advisory Council 5 ▲ Community Foundation of Tampa Bay 10+ Don and Jan DeFosset/Midocean US Advisor

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kozar Merchants Association of Florida Inc. Fund Within the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay 10+ Mr. and Mrs. James K. Murray Jr. Mr. Rod L. Piatt ’74 7 ▲ Fred E. and Jeanette Pollock 10+ Lorna Taylor/Premier Eye Care of Florida LLC ▲ R. Vijay, M.D., Cardiothoracic Surgeon (Consultant) 7 Sant’ Yago Education Foundation Inc./Dr. Rex Damron 7 ▲ Michael and Amy Southard 5 ▲ John and Michéal West 10+ BRONZE MEMBERS ($10,000-$24,999) Anonymous (Corporation) 10+ Bailey Family Foundation 9 Bank of America/Merrill Lynch BNY Mellon Wealth Management Kyle and Michele Bailey 10+ Berlin Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Blandford ▲ Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida The University of Tampa Board of Counselors 9 Bright House Networks 10+ ▲ Robert C. and Aida Calafell 10+ Mrs. Karen M. Casey 8 Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Casey Mr. Blake J. Casper ▲ Chris and Linda Catanach 10+ Citigroup (Tampa) 10+ Estate of Bernice W. Crabtree Frank E. Duckwall Foundation The David A. and Mary Irene Falk Memorial Fund Within the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay 8 Robert D. Gries Jr. Harvard Jolly Architecture Edward M. and Becky Ann Kobel Mr. Jeffery J. Lamm ▲ The Joy McCann Foundation ▲ Roy McCraw Jr. and Nedra McCraw Family Fund Within the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay 5 ▲ Mr. Clifford R. Mott 7 NJR Foundation/Neil J. Rauenhorst 10+ The National Christian Foundation/ Doyle Andrews

We have made every effort to ensure that these lists are correct. However, if you discover an error or omission, please e-mail development@ut.edu, or call the Development Office at (813) 253-6220. ▲New donors/donors who have increased their gifts 

Numbers indicate five or more consecutive years of giving  *Deceased

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Mr. Leslie Scharf Ernest C. Segundo Sr. 10+ Stephen S. Silver ▲ Bill and Barbara Starkey 10+ SunTrust Bank Tampa Bay One Inc. Tampa Greyhound Track 10+ Tampa Rowing Club Tampa Tribune ▲ Robert M. Thomas ▲ USAA Foundation/USAA Tampa 10+ ▲ Cathy L. Unruh 10 ▲ Verizon 10+ Wells Fargo MINARET SOCIETY Named in honor of the minarets atop H.B. Plant Hall, the Minaret Society recognizes alumni and friends who contributed between $1,000 and $9,999 to The University of Tampa during the last fiscal year. Donors to athletics are members of Sword & Shield. This includes gifts that have been received by the University during the fiscal year. GOLD CRESCENT MEMBERS ($5,000-$9,999) Auburndale Chiropractic LLC/Sara and Chad Sundermeyer Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Austin 10+ ▲ Bank of America 10+ The Bank of Tampa/Keith Brown/ John Unger Mr. and Mrs. Thilo Best Boston Asset Management ▲ Mr. Anthony J. Borrell Jr. 10+ Michael and Tiffany Brennan ▲ Axel and Ann Claesges 10+ Jim and Velva Clark 7 ▲ The Coca-Cola Foundation Crossroads Construction Co./ David Todin Drs. Rex and Geneva Damron ▲ Mr. Sean M. Donnelly ▲ Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Elias ▲ Jim and Celia Ferman 10+ Aaron Fox Pamela and George Fox Global Visions Inc. 42  UTjournal  Fall 2011

Hardeman Landscape Nursery Inc./ Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hardeman ▲ Harry E. Teasley Jr. Foundation 7 Paul B. Heth Hillsborough River Realty Corporation /Mr. John J. Avlon 10+ ▲ Jane Kelly and Family Mrs. Helen T. Kerr 7 ▲ Lowry Murphey Family Foundation 10+ Mr. and Mrs. A. D. “Sandy” MacKinnon 5 The Magid Family 5 William and Irina McGill ▲ Thomas and Kathryn Meachum 10+ Chase Mellen Mills & Associates Inc. Kimberly S. Morris 10+ Prudential Foundation ▲ Publix Super Markets Charities Inc. 10+ Mr. R. James Robbins 5 Gregg and Pamela Rosen ▲ Gary Russell 9 Bruce A. and Adajean Samson ▲ Shilling Contracting Inc./ David Shilling David B. Spaulding T. Rowe Price Associates Foundation Inc. 9 ▲ Tampa Armature Works Inc. 10+ ▲ Tampa Alpha Alumni Chapter 10+ ▲ Harry E. Teasley Jr. 10+ ▲ Mr. J. Arthur Turner III 7 UT Women’s Club Mr. Joseph D. Urso WCVR/CLEARWATER ▲ Mr. and Mrs. John McRae Wolfe 10+ Ms. Flora J. Zbar 6 SILVER CRESCENT MEMBERS ($2,500-$4,999) AC Advertising/Ali Carr Jerry and Beverly Anderson ▲ Mr. A. Joseph Borrell III ▲ Mr. William J. Borrell 8 ▲ Mrs. Zenaida G. Borrell Christian Legacy Foundation Charles Coleman 10+ ▲ Pauline Bransford Crumpton 7 Dr. Geneva Damron ▲ Paul W. and Georgia Danahy Jr. Fund Within the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay 10+ ▲ Garth and Anne Drewry 6 Maureen Rorech Dunkel Financial Executives International/ Jim Doyle/Randy Lay/Jim McNulty Florida Independent College Fund 10+ ▲ Robert and Karen Fornaro ▲ Mr. William G. Gieseking/Pepin Distributing Company 10+ ▲ Dr. Anne Gormly ▲ R. Mark Govin/Mark Master Inc. 10+ ▲ Gramling Environmental Law, PA ▲ Mr. and Mrs. George Gramling III 5 ▲ Gregory, Sharer & Stuart Certified Public Accountants

▲ Dan

and Barb Gura 10+ Hall-Witt Col. Joseph and Mrs. Sue House 10+ Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Ken and Anne Hyatt 5 ▲ William H. King Jr. ▲ Casey Kotchman ▲ Eric and Catherine Kreher Lender’s Consulting Group Inc. Las Damas de Arte Inc. 7 ▲ Susan and Richard Leisner 9 ▲ David Maguire ▲ Stephen H. Mauldin Rosemary Sparkman McAteer ▲ Dr. Janet McNew 5 ▲ Sidney Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Muir 9 Mr. James B. Murphy Jr. 10+ The Musante Family Foundation 6 ▲ John and Julie Pickart PPG Industries Foundation Matching Gift Center Prodigy Flooring Inc. /Rodney Williams Royal Bank of Canada Denise M. Rubio Michael D. Sapraicone Mr. Kenneth D. Schwartz/The Schwartz Corporation Deborah A. Sheridan The Smith Family Mr. Freddie Solomon 5 ▲ Dr. Frederick W. Spaulding George and Sandra Sprenkle Eileen and Michael D. Sapraicone Dr. Susan Steiner Tampa General Hospital Lamar Sparkman Toole Mr. Douglas A. Tuttle/BankAtlantic Dr. Ronald L. and Mrs. Renée W. Vaughn 10+ UBS United Healthcare/David Lewis VoltAir Consulting Engineers/Julius D. Davis ▲ Jane

BRONZE CRESCENT MEMBERS ($1,000-$2,499) ▲ Anonymous (6) 10+ Virginia and Andrew Adelson Advanced C4 Solutions Inc. ▲ Donna R. Alexander 10+ Mr. R. Troy Atlas Bret Azzarelli/Karen McKinney/ Elements B&N College Booksellers Inc. Kyle and Michele Bailey 6 ▲ Diane Sangalli Bain Tom Banta/Numara Software Inc. ▲ Schezy and Steve Barbas ▲ Jack and Kristen Barrett 10+ Mr. Melton R. Battle 10+ Dr. Roy Berdeal Mr. Joshua B. Berman ▲ Mr. and Mrs. Ward Billhartz Mr. G. Robert Blanchard Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Rafael Blanco ▲ Thomas R. Brice/IBM Corporation

▲New donors/donors who have increased their gifts 

Walt and Sally Bromfield 8 Bradley and Mandy Brown MBA ‘91 10+ Sarah Brownlee Mr. John F. Bruels 7 ▲ Jackie Buckler 6 ▲ Mr. Adrian B. Bush Ruben Calles ▲ Peter and Vivian Cammick 10+ Mr. and Mrs. Leon M. Cangiano Jr. Dr. Xavier F. Cannella and Mrs. Sharon L. Cannella 8 Paul Carastro/Carastro & Associates Inc. 7 William E. Carlson Jr. /Tucker/ Hall Inc. Kyle M. Carter Ms. Koni M. Cassini ▲ Wesley J. Champney 10+ Cintas Corporation Clearview Communications + PR, Inc. /Michelle M. Griffith, APR ▲ CLF Consulting Inc. /Chris L. Floyd Columbia Restaurant/Richard Gonzmart Kenton Colwell 8 ▲ Tom and Diana Cornett 8 Mr. Alan C. Fisk/Crowe Horwath, LLP 5 Jack and Paula Crowley ▲ Crowne Plaza Tampa West Shore Noretta C. D’Albora 10+ Steve Danco Mr. Charles M. Davis Jr. 8 Lea Lavoie and Stanley Davis 10+ ▲ Mrs. Margaret E. Davis 5 Dave and Linda Devine 10+ Mr. Jason T. Dickey Jerry D. and Alice Dingle 10+ Mr. Paul Dixon and Lt. Col. Deirdre Dixon 10+ Paul and Cindi Dresselhaus ▲ Julie and Al DuFaux 6 Emery Ellinger/Aberdeen Advisors Inc. ▲ Beth Eschenfelder Escot Bus Lines LLC Mr. Thomas E. Feaster 8 Thomas E. Feaston ▲ Victor and Brenda Fernandez 8 Dance Ferrentino Insurance/Susan Ferrentino Ferreri Search, LLC/Frank Ferreri ▲ Evan Brauman Fetter 6 Steven M. Field ▲ Ms. Renatta Filewicz Cochran First Class Coach/Martz Group Florida Default Law Group PL/ Frances Evelyn Johnson Mr. Robert W. Ford Jay Forry Fortune Street Partners, LTD H. Max Fricker David Friedman/Best Practice Partners LLC Mr. John F. Germany 10+ Dr. Frank Ghannadian Glenn, Rasmussen, Fogarty & Hooker/Mr. Michael Hooker

Numbers indicate five or more consecutive years of giving  *Deceased


Richard E. Goddard Thomas J. Goes/Northwestern Mutual Foundation Constantino and Rosa Gonzalez Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Grant David Green Greenwood Associates Inc. /Dr. Janet I. Greenwood-Bliss 10+ ▲ Monique Groulx, Ph.D. 10+ Grubb & Ellis/Mia Jarrell Gulf Marine Repair Corporation 10+ Todd Gutman John Halastein Mr. Thomas Hall 6 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Harrod Harvey’s Electric Company Inc. ▲ Mr. and Mrs. Syd Heaton 10+ Hill Ward Henderson/John Grandoff/ Reid Haney 10+ Mr. John Hindman Mrs. Penelope H. Hulbert 10+ James and Laura Humphrey Hyatt Regency Tampa Downtown 10+ Anthony and Beverline Iacovelli ▲ JGR Funeral Services Inc. JS Turner Family Foundation Joel Jankowski 10+ ▲ Joan Mae Jones 10 Sie Kamide/TD Bank N.A. Kimberly Keravuori 6 Grace M. Kessel Jack W. Kirkland Jr. /CBIZ Inc. Malanie Knight ▲ Jim and Victoria Krivacs Dr. Gerald A. Krumbholz 8 Ken Lawson Lynan and Mike Leding 10+ ▲ Mr. Robert E. Lee 7 Su Lee Mr. Anthony J. Leone 7 ▲ George T. Lewis 10+ Ronald C. Licata Mr. Norman G. Light Mr. Carl Lindell Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Steven F. Lux Mr. Fraser MacKenchnie 5 ▲ Macquarie Group Foundation/David Virgilio 8 Mr. Michael D. Malfitano ▲ Marciniak Detective Agency Inc. 5 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Marfise 10+ The Hon. Bob Martinez 6 Mrs. Sylvia Gonzalez Martinez Patricia Martini Clark, Ph.D. Dr. Caitilin Martini, D.M.D. ▲ Ronald R. McClarin and Brandy McClarin 10+ Rick and Celeste Mckenzie Estate of Valerie Stubbs Mecutchen Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Mendelsohn 10+ Dr. Luis Menendez R. Searing Merrill ▲ Dr. and Mrs. Santiago Mesorana Pamela O. Miller ▲ Mise En Place Inc./Maryan Ference ▲ Jeffery C. Mitchell 7 R. Drew and Judy Mohr 10+

Carnell Moore Donald Morrill and Lisa Birnbaum Mr. Stephen W. Murray 9 ▲ Gary and Sheila Nash 8 ▲ Bill Neyland ▲ Dennis Nostrand Eddie Ocasio Staci Fraser/Office Environments STORR Rick and Sheri Ogorek 10+ Oliva Tobacco Company/Mr. John Oliva 10+ The Oros Group LLC/John G. Oros 5 P&J Graphics/Peter Goltermann Dr. Alfred N. Page and Lynn Manos Page 9 Randy and Duellyn Pandis/Passport Health of Tampa Bay Dr. Raymond Papp 10+ Mr. Kyle J. Parks/Bayview Public Relations ▲ Dr. Carol and Dr. Terry Parssinen Jim Petersen/First Command Educational Foundation Ruth Pettis ▲ Donna Popovich 10+ ▲ Mary B. Prescott, Ph.D Ms. Helen C Price 8 Prida Guida & Company, P.A. / Mr. Lou Prida 9 Print Etc. James E. and Maureen Quinn Charitable Gift Fund Within the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund William and Kimi Quinn Charitable Fund Within the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Bill and Mary Jane Quinn Family Fund Through the Community Foundation of Greater South Wood County R. R. Construction Corporation/ Brent and Tracy Kitchiner Diane C. Recine, M.D. 5 ▲ Reel Nice-N-Easy LLC Regions Bank ▲ Mr. Bill Roberts/Sunlink Broadband LLC William and Elizabeth Roth Bob Ruday 10+ Richard Rudolph and Franci Rudolph Fund Within The Community Foundation of Tampa Bay San Antonio Area Foundation 9 William and Cindy Sanders Alfred and Rose Schiff Mr. Gregg M. Schoppman Mr. David R. Schulz Kenneth D. Schwartz ▲ Joseph and Linda Sclafani 10+ David J. Scott Stephen F. Segundo/Private Wealth Group LLC Dr. John N. and Dell Shadgett 8 Stephen Shear/Levy Awards & Promotional Products Eric Sidor/Merrill Lynch Sieben Foundation Inc./Jeff Turner

▲New donors/donors who have increased their gifts 

Patti and Mike Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Garry Smith Jr. Mr. Trevor G. Smith Bill Snyder Jr. 10+ Mr. and Mrs. John F. Spangler 6 Dr. F.W. Spaulding Fund through Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund John P. Spoto ▲ Dr. William and Dr. Kathleen Steeves Mr. Stephen B. Straske II 10+ David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Arts ▲ Douglas J. Sutherland 8 J. Hunter Swearingen Timm Sweeney/SIL Group T&T Enterprises Tactile Signage Inc./Walter Hersey Alfred N. and Rose W. Schiff Family Endowment Fund Tampa New Auto Dealers Association/Brig. Gen. (Retired) David “Tanker “Snyder Tampa Women’s Club Inc. 10+ Tampa Steel Erecting Co. / Mr. Robert J. Clark Jr. 10+ TBBJ/Bridgette Mill William Terry ▲ Tomlin Staffing Services/ Brenda Mueller J. Thomas and Lavinia W. Touchton Fund Within The Community Foundation of Tampa Bay Tocqueville Society Personal Giving Fund of Patti & Mike Simpson VALIC Financial Services/ Todd Gutman Andrew Van Ore/Mangrove Wealth Services LLC Vicki VannBerstein Mrs. Frances Vaughn John Vento, Esq. Brad and Candy Weiss Nicole M. Weiss Mr. William and Dr. Leila Welborn Dr. Rebecca J. White Ruth White, CLU, CLTC 8 Justin J. Wilson/908 Development Group Mr. and Mrs. George O. Wilson III Mr. Colin B. Wiseman 7 Jon Yob/Creative Recycling Systems Inc. Joe and Vilma Zalupski Grigorios Zamparas Zeno Office Solutions

Rebecca L. Abdoney 9 Adecco All American Containers Baby Rock Apparel Inc. Jennifer Bakunas Maureen Barry Dave and Lorraine Best Wayne A. Borden 10+ Lisa Bostick 8 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Brabson Jr. Robert and Debra Braman ▲ Kevin E. Brown Russell A. Bruno 5 Mr. John Stewart Bryan III 10+ Truist/Judy and Rob Calafell ▲ Colonel Shannon Brown Calahan Mr. Joe M. Collera Jr. The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta Marietta B. Crosby Matthew Dawson ▲ Robbins H. Denham Ann Murray Dinofsky 6 ▲ Amy J. Doktor 10+ Jerry and Enid Draluck ▲ Andrew P. Dwork/Angela Moore Dwork 10+ John and Lois Ellis 7 Lynnette M. Evenson Kyle and Charlotte Fenton John and Maria Fernandes Brett and Nancy Frey Laurie and Tom Giddens 10+ ▲ Dr. and Mrs.* Francis X. Gillen 10+ ▲ Timothy M. Harding Heritage Bank of Florida Sally and Lewis H. Hill, III ▲ Barbara A. Holmes 10+ ▲ Stephanie Russell Holz 10+ Mr. Phil M. Holzer 10+ Dan Howat Ideasphere Partners LLC ▲ Jerry and Pat* Jackson 10+ Jamie Kahns ▲ Robert and Jamie Kahns Fred and Sara Kenfield ▲ Dr. and Mrs. Timothy W. Kennedy 10+ Timothy Kiley William A. and Dorothy Krusen 6

FREDERIC SPAULDING society Named for the founding president of the University, the Frederic Spaulding Society recognizes those alumni and friends who contributed between $100 and $999 during the fiscal year. FREDERIC SPAULDING SOCIETY GOLD ($500-$999) Anonymous (2) A AAMERICAN Container & Trailer Leasing Inc.

Numbers indicate five or more consecutive years of giving  *Deceased

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donor honor roll

Law Office of Tonya A. Oliver, Esquire, PA ▲ Susan Taylor Lennon Lightning City Gymnastics Inc. 5 Magnetic ▲ Dr. Haig Mardirosian Donald Marinelli Peter and Kristyn Martin Mr. Rene Martinez Jr. Dr. Richard Mathews Jamie McKean ▲ Donald M. Metzger Ms. Deborah J. Miller Mr. Joseph Miller Mr. George T. Moran 10+ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Murray ▲ Eugenie V. Myers 10+ Rey and Mary Neville The Norton Family Fund ▲ Michael and Susan Norton Novo Nordisk Matching Gift Program Chuck and Janet Papageorgiou Angie Payne Robert J. Pennino ▲ Dana Plays 5 Karen M. Post Aurelio Prado Kristen Price, M.D. 9 ▲ Mr. William J. Priff 10+ Dr. and Mrs. Bill Pujadas ▲ Mark and Beth Putnam 9 ▲ Benson “Alex” Riseman ▲ Mr. Frederick M. Rothenberg Hon. E.J. Salcines and Mrs. Elsa Salcines ▲ Sharon and Tom Schaefer 10+ ▲ Bill Schillinger ▲ Kurt R. Schuldes Lynn Schumacher ▲ Thomas E. Slaymaker Mr. James D. Smalley CPA 10+ ▲ Dr. Timothy L. Snyder 10+ Col. (Ret.) Terry Sopher South Tampa Baseball Club Mr. Fred N. Stribling 10+ Truist Altruism, Connected Tampa Bay Advertising Federation Inc. 10+

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Mr. Thomas P. Terril Mr. Osborne Timmons Mr. Lee M. Tobin ▲ Plato’s Closet ▲ Tracey L. Uddin United Way of Tampa Bay Dr. and Ms. Charles Varghese Mattie T. Vega 10+ Mr. Vance Venegas Jacques Verron 9 ▲ Dolores and Wolfgang Walcker ▲ Maria R. Warda Mr. and Mrs. Claude R. “Rick” Watts Richard C. Whitney ▲ Kenneth Ted Williams Carl and Corinne Wilmarth Bob and Doris Yates 8 ▲ Stephen and Adrienne Yates FREDERIC SPAULDING SOCIETY SILVER ($250-$499) AT&T Foundation Matching Gift Saoud Alanjari ▲ Mr. Guy F. Amuso 10+ Miller B. Arbutine Jr. 10+ ▲ Mr. David B. Arnold Mr. Lawrence M. Bagan Brad, Kathy, Megan and Matthew Bailey Barbara Bain ▲ James B. “Bart” and Judy Barton 10+ Scott Beckham Joseph A. Beiro 6 ▲ Brian and Patricia Bickel 6 ▲ Suzanne M. Bilicska 7 Vishnu Birusingh and Kathrine Parawan Ms. Emil M. Bodenstein James and Rhonda Bodman ▲ Joseph P. Bodo Jr., DDS ▲ Julie M. Bostick Peter A. Bourdon Bill Boyd Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation 10+ ▲ Mr. Douglas K. Brooks 5 Gregory S. Brooks Robert and Lorri Bruns 10+ Avron and June (Nance) Bryan ‘50, ‘51 10+ Fernando and Paula Cabral Ginger Caldwell ▲ Rosario Ciccarello Clearwater Lady Bombers Inc. ▲ Ida A. Felicione Coe 10+ Ms. Pamela T. Colker ▲ Suzanne Edgett Collins 6 Marlyn Cook 10+ ▲ Tom and Deb Corse Lawrence and Penny Covelli Lt. Col. Roy D. Croy Jr. 7 Marianne and Matthew Dalton Mrs. Denise A. Darby Darlene Davenport ▲ Col. Michael P. Davis 10+ Sylvia Davis ▲ John Day and Darla Max MAJ and Mrs. John De Veny Matthew Demers ▲ Joseph J. Dibari

Louise and Peter Donovan Greg Dorsey ▲ Robert and Stacey Doss Ron and Hilary DuBois Robert and Judith Dwyer ▲ Santiago Echeverry 6 John Emerson ▲ Gerald W. Eppley Stacey Erlenwein Frank J. Espinosa 7 Dr. Cheri Etling 10+ Eur-Am Body Shop Inc. ▲ Edwina Fargo ▲ Michael and Barbara Feld ▲ Dan and Debbie Ferrazza 7 Capt. Tad T. Fichtel, USA ▲ Russell, Maureen and Devon Firesinger ▲ David and Joyce Ford 10+ Kyle Robet Franklin ▲ Bruce K. Friesen 6 George Frilingos Wayne A. and Leslie Fuller Rufino Galvan ▲ Overton G. Ganong Garcia Plumbing Inc. ▲ Lynn and Bob Gelzheiser 10+ Anthony S. Gonzalez 10+ ▲ Shawn and Jeanne Gregory Griffin Service Corporation Timothy and Veronica Groth Stephen M. Haffner ▲ Charley and Liz Harris Stephanie Ladas Hans Mrs. Sandy Harris Dr. Judy Hayden 9 Michael W. Heald ▲ Dr. and Mrs. Steven A. Hendrix 10+ ▲ Patty and Pat Hensley 5 Herreva Family Mr. Stephen P. Hess 9 ▲ John J. Holton R. Sean Hoover/Blowin’ N the Wind Management ▲ S. Michael Hubbell Seth and Amy Huston IBM Corporation Matching Gifts Program William Israel J.P. Griffin Inc. 6 Dean Jackson ▲ James R. Burris Construction Company Inc. Felix Japp Dr. and Mrs. Dean A. Koutroumanis Mr. Steven A. Kass Timothy Kavanagh Kevin and Gretchen Kelly ▲ David and Victoria Kerr David C.G. Kerr Memorial Fund Within the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay 5 KimbaCorp Inc. ▲ Jack and Kathleen King 10+ James Knapp ▲ John Koenig Dean and Maria Koutroumanis Steve Kucera 6

▲New donors/donors who have increased their gifts 

Wendy and Philip LaMacchia Joseph and Deborah Lamphier ▲ Russ and Connie Latimer 5 ▲ Ms. Janice Law 7 ▲ George and Patricia LeVan 6 Scott and Marguerite Leamey ▲ Al and Rosemary Leathers 9 ▲ William W. Leonard, Ph.D. 10+ Keith A. Lerro, M.D., Ph.D. 7 ▲ Steve and Ashlee Liebel Lisa Rosen Lievense Luis A. Linares Mr. Bryan J. Lingerfelt Richard Little Loren T. Longman 6 David and Ellen Lonigro 10+ Karen Ludwig-O’Leary ▲ Hans W. and Terry Lux 6 Miguel and Maria Ocana Jan Malat Mr. Brian J. Malison 10+ William B. Martin 7 Larry and Dale Mathe Merchants Association of Florida Inc. Mr. Ronald G. Merrill Jr. ▲ Stephen and Ruth Ann Miller 10+ ▲ Joe D. Mills 8 Bill and Martha Minahan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mole Dr. Hugo and Luisa Montes William Montgomery ▲ Ted and Beth Moore 6 Morgan Stanley c/o Cybergrants Inc. Charles and Sylvia Murphy Darlene Nee Mr. Eric N. Newman ▲ Richard and Annette Nichols 7 Walter Nowakowski Kevin and Valerie O’Brien Margaret O’Connell ▲ Michael O’Donnell 7 Miguel Ocana Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus C. Parker IV 10+ ▲ Fran Pasetti 8 Barbara and George Pennington 10+ ▲ Mr. Edward Perez Jr. ▲ Mr. Sergio D. Perez ▲ Waylon F. Peterson, CFP, CTFA 10+ Kathy Carroll Pittman Mr. Steven M. Platau 5 Mrs. Tracey J. Potter 8 Nicholas Poulton Dr. Wayne Price 10+ ▲ Bill and Audrey Prynn Dr. and Mrs. Bill Pujadas Jerome D. Quinn 10+ Mark R. Rader John F. and Dalia Ranon 5 Dr. Lawrence and Kelly Rebbecchi Rice Aquatics Masters Inc. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Rice Sarah A. Rivas Harry S. Robertson ▲ Roche Surety Inc. Mary Frances and Philip S. Rosseter Jr. 10+

Numbers indicate five or more consecutive years of giving  *Deceased


▲ Jeffrey

D. Rubel Mark and Pamela Sakalosky ▲ Dick and Laurie Sanford ▲ Luciano A. Santa Cruz 10+ ▲ T. Terrell and Neva S. Sessums 10+ Mark and Annette Sevegny William and Ivette Shaheen ▲ Monica M. Sheridan 6 Eric and Natalie Sidor 5 ▲ Dr. Britt Shirley 10+ ▲ Mike and Chrisoula Skaroulis Robert and Karen Smith Michael Smucker 5 Spartan Construction & Design LLC Michael Stiglich Betty E. Stobbs Willie J. Stokes Kathleen Stone 10+ S. Harriett Strum Kyle Suddarth Mr. Gil Swalls 10+ Craig and Susan Stephenson ▲ JH and Elizabeth H. Tanner 10+ The Danahy Fiction Prize within The Community Foundation of Tampa Bay ▲ Travelers Foundation ▲ Dr. Michael Truscott 10+ Rachel Turner Dan and Jennifer Van Horn Dr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Vince Mr. and Mrs. Arnold A. Virgilio Dr. Eric Vlahov 10+ ▲ Ray and Mary Wagner Peter and Deanna Waldron 10+ The Washington Post Company The Wasielewski Family Allan P. Waters Joseph S. Weiler Jr. ▲ John V. Whitbeck M.D. ▲ Mr. Jeff R. White 8 Michael G. Wildstein Chris D. Willman Dr. Norma Winston 10+ David Zeller FREDERIC SPAULDING SOCIETY BRONZE ($100-$249) Anonymous (2) Robert L. Abbott Jr. Ms. Nancy J. Abel Sally Abell Andrew P. Aberham ▲ John Abert CAPT Miguel R. Acosta Jane Adams 5 Mr. and Mrs. G. Heck Adkins 8 Dot Adler Mr. Jorgen Adolfsson ▲ Sam and Josephine Agliano Beth Ahmedic John Craig Ainsworth 9 The Air Products Foundation Donna Albanese ▲ Taylor Albertson Pinke 5 Mr. Jon E. Albrecht 7 Marilyn Alessi Andrew Alexandre ▲ Iris Martinez Alfonso

Sidney and Mary Allagood Michael and Stefanie Allain 9 Karen Allena Bud and Joyce Almas Jeff Alpert 8 Leonard N. Altamura Patricia Altavilla ▲ Marshall Ames 5 ▲ Owen J. Anders, CPA ▲ Dr. Jody Carl Andersen ▲ Ralph and Ann Apicella ▲ Ricardo L. Arias Mr. Ralph Arsenault Mrs. Laura E. Atteberry-David 5 Lynn Awad 10+ ▲ Gregg Bachman and Sherrie Teddy 10+ Margie Bachman (Margaret B. Harris) 5 ▲ Retired Col. John Back Jr., USA 6 ▲ Phaedra Backer Jeffrey and Caryn Bacon Martin and Lisa Badyna ▲ Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Bagley Jr. Mrs. Cookie Bailey 6 Mr. and Mrs. M. Bak Ms. Kathryn R. Baker ▲ Rachel Price Baker 10+ ▲ Dr. Wheeler L. Baker Clayton and Sue Ball Kayla Bannister ▲ Katharine Weekley Barker 10+ Frances Stevens Barksdale 10+ ▲ Rose Beiro Barus 6 William Baur 10+ Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bazil Richard Beckerman James K. Beckmann Jr. ▲ Jerry and Kathleen Begley ▲ Manuel and Elisa Beiro Caterina Bellatin ▲ Mark and Michelle Bellish 10+ Mike Benner Dr. Lori Benson 6 Douglas and Eileen Bercham 5 Dorothy and Rich Bergold Thomas Bernadzikowski Ms. Jennifer D. Bernhart 5 John and Deborah Berry Dr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Bertoch Patricia J. and Brian C. Bickel John and Cynthia Bjorlie Jeremy Black Lt. Col. David and Terri Blackburn Stephanie, Jason and Robert Blackburn Rob and Jane Blanchard 10+ Judy and Roland Blanco 10+ Orlando and Anna Blancato Troy and Lucille Blomberg William and Leslie Blount Sandra Perez Bobko Danette Bodine 10+ Liz Wetenkamp Boggs David M. Bohnsack Donald Bokshan Scott and Mary Bolenbaugh Mr. Robert S. Bolt Philip and Brenda Bonner

▲New donors/donors who have increased their gifts 

Constantine T. Bougas Francis Bousquet Ray and Lorraine Bozich 10+ Mr. Robert C. Bradley Boris Brady Stephanie Branham 5 Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Brannon 5 Nolan Brannon Mrs. Catherine E. Brasier Bob Brenner Jr. 10+ Jerry J. Bressin Dan and Kathy Brice Dr. Susan F. Brinkley Brinks Home Security Inc. Nelson V. Brittingham ▲ Harry and Dot Britton 8 James and Joan Brower Daniel S. Brown and Ericka Womack-Brown Ms. Laurie J. Brown Mr. Robert L. Brown Sheryl Brown Rubenbauer Chris and Lisa Bruegger ▲ Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bryan ▲ Chris Bryan ▲ Harry and Annette Bryan W. Bruce Bryan Mr. Larry W. Bryant 10+ Linda Bryskiewicz 10+ Scott and Patricia Buck John and Karen Buckley Rus Budde Philip D. Buechler Kelly Burchell Kelly Carrillo Burke 6 ▲ Jessica M. Burns ‘04 5 Michael and Mary Burns Joan G. Burpee 10+ David and Laura Burrell ▲ James R. Burris Robert A. Burwell 10+ ▲ Patricia H. Bussell Mrs. Mary Licalsi Cagnina 10+ James and Jill Caimano 7 The Calcasola Family Gregory and Annmarie Camann Roger S. Campeau 8 Renee Campion Samuel and Dawn Canan Craig and Grimalda Canha Christopher and Julie Capsambelis 10+ ▲ Dr. Louis M. Carastro Jr. Carlton Fields/ Ms. Kathleen McLeroy 10+ Jeff and Trisha Carter ▲ Miss Stephanie D. Caron 6 Ali Carr Caterpillar Foundation Frances Fenn Chancey and Richard Koski John Cheevers Chevron Matching Gift Program Kristen and Joe Ciccone Col. and Mrs. Brendan G. Clare Kit and Liza Clark Jennifer and Robert Clark John Casey Clark 5 Ann Marie Coats 5

Numbers indicate five or more consecutive years of giving  *Deceased

Racquel Codling Justin Coe Joan T. Coleman 6 Mr. and Mrs. W. Reid Colson Mr. and Mrs. Reginald B. Colvard ▲ Syd and Mary Comer 8 Sean A. Coniglio Cynthia Connors Conroy and Construction Gerald P. Conroy Merry Barr Conway ‘68 ▲ Mr. Andrew D. Cookson ▲ Robert M. Coombs Gary Cooper ▲ Judith Aust Cooper 5 Richard B. Cooper Melissa Corbin Frank and Julie (D’Agostino) Corden Barbara Corea ▲ Marcy L. Courier Anna Marie Cox Nelson and Celene JoAnn Crawford The Family of Nancy Winston Crews Ellen Fitzpatrick Criscione ▲ James R. Crosby 10+ ▲ Lisa H. Culberson Charles and Janet Cunningham ▲ Patrice D. Cunningham 7 Kim Curry 6 Daniel B. Curtis Family Fund Within the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay Peter and Kathryn Cushing Danny and Pamela DaDabbo David and Karin Dale Mr. John J. Daoud Darden Restaurants Foundation Gift Matching Program Katherine Kempff Davenport James and Sue Davidson ▲ Tim and Connie Davis ▲ Gary and Tracy Davis Dr. and Mrs. Harold E. Davis Jr. Jerry D. Davis Juliet Davis 7 Margaret (Anderson) Davis Martha F. Davis ▲ Dean M. DeNegri ▲ Bill and Helaine DeCelle The DeMeza Family Mr. Mark S. DeVries James and Lourdes Decarlo UTjournal  Fall 2011  45


donor honor roll

Robert F. Dedrick Frank and Terri Dejiulio David Dekar and Kris Ann Kvassa Julie Robicheau Dekker Naida and Andrew de la Parte ▲ Jennifer G. Del Valle Trish Lusby Delaurier Robert Delgado 10+ Annette Delisle ▲ Lynne A. Delisle and Family ▲ Bonnie Rennie DellaRocco Mr. Bryan K. Demmler Ann Dennis Pierre and Marie P. Desroches ▲ Edward and Francine Detmer ▲ Lawrence S. Devos III ▲ Ron and Jane DiCola ▲ Roy DiMartino Thomas and Margaret Doan 5 Michael and Deborah Doctor Gregory and Linda Dodson ▲ Mrs. Terrie A. Dodson Robert Doherty Devlin Dougherty ▲ Claire and Alan Downes Mr. Daniel W. Drew Kimberly Duane LTC Thomas J. Duncan ▲ Frank J. Dykeman 10+ E Tech Management Inc. EIS Inc. George E. Edmondson Jr. ‘45 Karen Edwards Kathleen Mary Egan Donna Elardo Irvin T. Elias Thomas Elias ▲ Darren J. Elkind 7 Ileana Couret Endom Lamar R. Erk Wardell Shannon Evans Doug Evaul Mrs. Julie M. Everett ▲ Cynthia D. Ezell 10+ Mr. William Faedo Jr. Ms. Maureen A. Fahey 5 Edna Lou Falter 10+ Barbara Fant Dr. and Mrs. Martin Favata 10+ Howard Feingold Dr. Randy Mark Feldman Rich and BJ Fendler Heather B. Ferguson 5 46  UTjournal  Fall 2011

Sandi Fernandez Dr. James M. Fesmire 10+ Michael and Jan Finer ▲ Dr. Gina Firth Melanie L. Fish ▲ Charles and Renee Fisher 7 Herbert and Michaela Fisher Scott and Susan Fitzgerald Flah & Company Richard M. Flah Renate Fleck Gary and Nancy Fletcher Florida Association of Benthologists Florida Bibliophile Society ▲ Mr. Michael C. Floyd 9 ▲ Maria M. Fonseca Mr. Anthony Fotopoulos Mr. George W. Fotopoulos Theodore N. Fotopoulos Joe and Melba Fountain Jr. Dr. Joseph E. Fountain Jr., PLO, EA, CPB, CTRS, ATA Mr. Jeff R. Foxenberger Jim Frain Robert and Debra Francis Freedman Office Supplies Friedrich Watkins of Tampa LLC 5 William Keith Fulk ▲ Mr. Jerome Fulton 10+ Mark Fulton James and Laurie Fusaro ▲ Jim Gaines 10+ Marty J. Gall 10+ Alex Gallegos ▲ Sara Sotomayor Gallo David R. Garcia ▲ Luis Garcia Alan and Marcia Gassman ▲ Joan and Jim Gates 5 John H. Gayle V Candace Geddes ▲ Mr. and Mrs. James Genuardi ▲ Corey George 5 Mr. Steve Gervais 6 ▲ Michael and Joyce Gerwe 10+ Emily Ghosh Vincent and Linda Giampa 10+ Mr. Peter Giansante Katherine Gibson Leonard and Jean Gilbert Ms. Saundra C. Gilbert John Gilhart Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Glover ▲ Susann M. Golby 7 Leslie and Michael Goldberg Ronnie and Joel Goldsmith Joshua Goldstein Joshua M. Goldstein Blair L. Goltra Jr. Jennifer and Robert Gonnello Mr. Anthony F. Gonzalez Mr. Bryan A. Gonzalez ▲ Regina Gloria Gonzalez 10+ Nina Goodick Ms. Sharon L. Goody Alan and Jennifer Gordon Edward Gottlieb Mr. Gary W. Graham Larry and Carol Gramovot

Mark Granoff and Lisa Zwirn Grant ▲ George and Linda Greene James T. Greene Dara Greenhouse ▲ Shawn and Jeanne Gregory Jeffrey L. Gregory Stephen and Lucile Griggs David Grindel 5 Mr. and Mrs. Herman W. Groller Jr. 10+ Mr. Howard Grosswirth Margaret Jerlin Grosz B.S.N. ▲ Marian Glorioso Guagliardo 6 Mr. William M. Guerriero ▲ Charles and Michele and Nicole Haberkorn Charles Hach 8 Robert O. Hach 10+ Michal Haffner Mr. Charles J. Hahn C. Michael and Denise E. (Fenimore) Halfast 10+ Linda Jean Hall Seth D. Halpern 10+ Ms. Betsey Hapner David and Deletha Hardin ▲ Jay Hardwick 6 Carol Harlow 10+ Alfred Harmon and Lucinda Harmon Susan Campbell Harrell 5 Frank & Patti Harris ▲ Jon and Charlotte Harris 6 ▲ Dr. Jason Harris and Dr. Maria A. Okuniewski ▲ Carole Homler Harry 10+ Douglas and Ruth Harsham Chris Hart Tracey Hartford Bob and Mary Jo Hathaway 8 ▲ Jeffrey T. Hause 6 Margaret Mary Hauser ▲ William F. and Toni Ann Hawk ▲ Kevin and Ellen Hayes Ms. Stephanie N. Heath Alice Thomas Hedrick 8 Steve T. Hekkanen 10+ Dr. and Mrs. Donald J. Hemstreet G.B. Henry 10+ Patrick Hensley Maj. Roger A. Herres ▲ Caridad De Lara Herrick Neal A. Heybeck Dr. Lola Hidalgo-Calle 9 Lee and Dorothy Hill ▲ Mr. Steven M. Hill Ms. Doris M. Hinson 10+ Jesse Hinson Valerie Smith Hirvela William H. Hitzelberger IV ▲ Dan Ho Candace Greiner Hobbs Dean and Vicky Hockenberry ▲ Peter and Kimberley Hofelich ▲ Dr. Leon Hoke Jr. 10+ Amy Hollenbeck ▲ Byron E. Holley, M.D. Kevin Holzgruber ▲ Vin Hoover 9 ▲ George

▲New donors/donors who have increased their gifts 

Bill and Roseanna Horne Ruth and Richard Howe Mrs. Wanda W. Howell 9 ▲ Sheri A. Huelster 6 Mrs. Jessica S. Huey Craig A. and Linda (Evans) Huffman Dolores Hull 10+ Richard and Ann Humiston Mr. Michael V. Hunt Mrs. Patricia A. Hunt 10+ Miss Melissa A. Hurley Timothy J. Huss Christy L. Hutchinson (Mullis) 8 G. Gail Hyde Michael R. Iezzi Cassandra N. Incerto International Arts and Entertainment Group Inc. ▲ Angelo and Grace Ippolito ▲ Tony and Jean Ippolito 5 Dr. David Clark Isele 10+ J. H. Williams Oil Company ▲ J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation Walter K. “Jay” Jamison Florence Kissling Jankowsky Mr. Sergio Jaramillo Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Michael G. Jeffries 10+ ▲ James and Barbara Jeffrey Thomas and Julie Jennings Mrs. Beth A. Johnson Francis Johnson 9 ▲ Mrs. Virginia Diane Johnston Adam and April Jones 8 ▲ Kristina L. Justen Joseph Justin Stuart G. Kadesh 10+ John P. Kahne Timothy and Terell A. Kaiser Kaliber Foods Mark M. and Cynthia Kane Ethel Kamga Ms. Sandra L. Karseras Christopher and Kim Kazantis Charles W. Kearney Arthur L. Keeble ▲ Daniel T. Keitel Dean and Heidi Kelley Dr. Timothy and Robin Kennedy Kevin and Charlene Kent David Kerr 8 Marcia Kerr ▲ Carol Kershbaum Dr. Robert J. Kerstein 10+ Ms. Cathy R. Kessenich 8 Charles Kevorkian Hamid R. Khosrowabadi Michael Kiely Retired Lt. Col. and Mrs. William R. Kilbourn Mr. James Kiner Jr. ▲ Mr. and Mrs. James Kiner Sr. ▲ Harry W. King and Nancy J. King 6 Jeff and Cindy King ▲ Phyllis H. King William and Susan Kingston ▲ Ms. Barbara Wolf Kinsey 6 Cheryl Kinzler C. R. Rocky Klein Fred and Carol Klingbeil

Numbers indicate five or more consecutive years of giving  *Deceased


David and Carla Knight Mrs. Mary Jane Knowles 5 ▲ Charles and Lynn Knox ▲ Mr. Thomas R. Kolbe 5 Therese Kominski 9 John and Jane Koniszewski Anthony Kopecky 10+ Pamela Kortright Matt Kozar John and Kelly Kreider William and Sara Kriews ▲ Alan and Laura Kriss Richard and Kay Kruse Gregory and Amy Kuebler Dr. Gerald Kutzman 9 Nazle Kuylen ▲ Mike LaGrotta Mark and Jacqueline LaTorella Joseph P. Lacher Ladies of the ‘50s Robert T. Lagg Carolann Sayles LaJoie Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey C. Lambert Jack and Lynn Lamond 8 ▲ Jesse Landis Mark F. Lapp 10+ Anika WM. Laracker ▲ Mr. Jean-Francois G. Laverdure 5 Anita S. Lawson The LeMarquand Family 5 Michael and Nelly Leavitt ▲ Mr. Kenneth Lee Mrs. Josephine P. Legault Kevin and Patricia Leissring ▲ Donald and Darlene Leithauser Frederick F. Lennon ▲ Rebekkah Housholder Leonard 6 ▲ Sandra Leppert ▲ Jill M. Lerman ▲ John and Elaine Lesko Leon Levinson Levinson Family Fund of the Houston Jewish Community Foundation Michael and Wende Levitas Joe Lhota Ryan M. Lichtenfels Mr. Alexander P. Liggett John Lilleston Linda Linardos Mr. and Mrs. Gary T. Limon John G. Linus, CFP Stephen and Traci Lister Deborah and James Llewellyn Richard and Joann Lockard ▲ Donna J. Long Thomas G. Long William and JoAnn Longley 8 Dr. Luz P. Lono 6 Radames and Kelly Lopez Emilie C. Lorden Marc and Monika Lovallo Brent and Amy Lovett Dick and Tex Lovett Daniel L. Lukens ▲ Christopher and Dawn Lupino Norma Lurie Miss Ginger A. Lynn Mike LaGrotta ▲ Neil MacMillan

▲ Ross

D. Macaluso Macumber Linda Madden Steve and Rose-Marie Magriby 10+ ▲ Mark Mahmood 5 Joanna Mahoney Terry Osborn and Barbara Main ▲ Joe and Beth Maline Mr. Peter B. Mann 5 Kuci (Maria) Lopez-Manz Jeanna Marcinczyk James and Suzanne Marks Mr. Donald. H. Marsian Robert J. Martens 10+ Richard and Stacy Martin ▲ Charles Edward Mascenik 10+ ▲ Richard R. Massey Stephen and Robin Masso The Matassini Law Group Jerome Matisch Dr. Erika Matulich 10+ Lewis and Betty Maxwell Mr. Timothy P. Mazzei McAfee Inc. Matching Gifts Program ▲ Dr. Andrew E. McAlister 5 Ms. Sharon McAllister 5 Ms. Frankie McBrien ‘88 Robert and Deanny McCall 10+ Bill and Jane McCarthy Mrs. Glemma L. McCray Angela McCutcheon (Dennis) 8 Gerald and Sylvia McGinty Dawn McGovern ▲ Gary and Jane McGovern Matthew and Karen McGrath Keith and Eileen McGrory Mr. Frederick B. McKenzie Mark and Susan McLain Thomas and Kathleen McLaughlin ▲ Myra McLeod Kathleen S. McLeroy, Attorney ▲ Mr. Brett J. McMullen 8 David and Lucia Meeks Bruce Meltzer 6 Lynn Mendelsohn Vincent J. Mercadante 6 Merck Partnership for Giving Nadine D. Mescia ▲ MetLife Foundation 7 Edward Meyerson Mr. Sam S. Militello Jr. ▲ Beatrice B. Miller (Siller) ▲ Carl and Cynthia Miller Jonathan Miller Katrina Miller Lawrence and Jean Mills 5 ▲ Walter V. Minahan and Sarah Minahan 9 William and Carrie Mobley Miguel and Laura Molina Mr. Marc M. Montalto 9 ▲ Nicholas F. Mooney Leann Moore ▲ Ted and Beth Moore 10+ Danielle and Martin Moore Tina Morbitzer Francisco A. Moreno Merry L. Morris Francis R. Morse Attorney at Law ▲ Colin

▲New donors/donors who have increased their gifts 

Jacqueline Muir William M. Mulholland 10+ Dr. David E. Mullen Shyam Mundra ▲ Lawrence and Diane Munini 10+ Edward and Gina Murdock Samuel W. Musgrave 10+ Chris and Patricia Muth Mrs. Marcia E. Narod Gloria Nasrallah The New York Yankees Tampa Foundation Inc. David E. Newcombe Eric and Lyris Newman ▲ Dragica Newton Kyle D. Nielsen Albert B. Nieto 10+ Mark and Rita Noe ▲ Jim and Mia Nolan 10+ Mr. John C. Nolan ▲ Fernando A. Nolasco and Judith A. Pacitti-Nolasco 10+ Deborah Norris Kevin S. Norris North Star Bank Kimberly Northup Ken Nuznoff 10+ Mr. Gerald J. Nystrom Jr. Keiran O’Neill Mr. Michael O’Rourke Kimberly Oshea Dr. and Mrs. Jay O’Sullivan Jo Ellen Faraghan Oakes 5 Jessica Ocasio Joseph P. Orlando 10+ Karen E. Otto, Ph. D. Ed and Beverly Owen ▲ Tamara K. Owens Ellen and Paul Criscione ▲ James S. Pace Scott and Carol Paine 7 ▲ Tarcizo Palhano Donna Palumbo Mr. Juan A. Panesso Mr. Joseph A. Paonessa Rosalie Parrillo Maria Leto Pasetti 5 Christopher Pastina 10+ Suzanne Pastor ▲ Vincent and Annette Pastue Col. James T. Pate Jr. 10+ Aakash Patel Nikul Patel Mr. Anders B. Paulsson Meredith Paxton ▲ Sandy Lofland Payne Mr. Michael R. Pender Jr. ▲ Gregory Pepitone Frank Permuy The Rev. Paul Austin Perrine Jr. 7 ▲ Alan and Suzanne Perry Bonnie and Scott Phillips John and Wendy Phillips Frank and Cindy Pidala Ms. Cheryl L. Pittenger 10+ ▲ Peter L. Platteborze 6 ▲ Joyce S. Plumley 5 ▲ Jay Podolsky Mr. Ralph Poetsch 10+

Numbers indicate five or more consecutive years of giving  *Deceased

▲ James

and Janet Poitras Polk 5 ▲ George A. Pollock 10+ ▲ Lionel and Gloria Polo 10+ ▲ Neil and Cindy Poon Tip Robert Pounds Barbara Powell-Miller 9 ▲ Charles Powell III O. Kumar Prasad 6 Miss Rebecca S. Pratt Mr. Jeff Prenatt 10+ Mr. and Mrs. Patrick S. Price Christopher and Kara Pride ▲ Richard M. Primavera Michael and Donna Pucilowski 10+ Frank and Elaine Puglisi Jennifer Pugsley 5 Carol and Jeffery Pulham Miss Kelley M. Purdy Kendall Putnam Dr. Mark Putnam 9 Judith Quick 9 Mr. Walter E. Quigg James E. and Hao Quinn Charitable Gift Account Within the Schwab Charitable Fund Patricia Anne Quinn Retired Maj. Robert M. Radlein USAF ▲ Mary Collura Raines Mr. Julio C. Ramirez Jr. 10+ Roger B. Ramsay UT Department of Facilities Jarrod P. Randel ▲ Michaele Taylor Rao 8 William C. Rapley Dawn Rawlins ▲ Raytheon Company 7 Mr. William M. Rea Real Estate Appraisal Solutions ▲ Dennis G. Rears 9 ▲ Ronald and Ginger Reasonover ▲ Redding Consulting Inc. ▲ Col. Norman L. Redding Jr. 5 Regions Associate Matching Gifts Program ▲ Amber Rehman ▲ Dr. and Mrs. M. Scott Reminick Mr. Joseph F. Rich ▲ Kelly

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donor honor roll

Ethel Richardson Woodard ▲ Ms. Sarah Cochran Riedel David A. Robbins R. James Robbins Jr. ▲ James C. Roberts Dr. Jeanne M. Roberts John and Carole Roberts Scott W. Roberts Maureen Robidoux Mrs. Janet Motsko Robinson Dr. Lyle A. Robinson Tara and Wayne Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Roca Mark and Robin Rockaway Nanette Nivens Rodgers, Ed.D. Alberto Rodriguez-Ramos Mr. Jack N. Rodriguez Joseph and Cristina Rodriguez ▲ Ms. Linda A. Rodriguez 10+ ▲ Pedro Chavez and Maria Rodriguez Rafael and Anamari Rodriguez Salvatore Rodriguez Mr. Sam Rodriguez Mr. Rodrigo Rodriguez-Novas 5 Nancy H. Rogerson Joseph and Marlene Rojas Constance Roma and Yvonne Delvecchio Christopher and Beth Romano ▲ Sonia Romero 9 ▲ Steve and Lisa Rorrer Barry Rosenblum Jill Rosenblum Dr. Nancy C. Ross 10+ Mr. Raymond Rotella Laurent Roux Gregory and Dana Rucco Mark and Rosa Ruday Mary Bergstrom Rudge-Bailey Timothy A. Ruff 6 Gloria C. Runton 10+ Tobey Anderson Russell Peter Russo Bonner Rust Dr. Hemant Rustogi 10+ ▲ Kirby and Jean “Magi” Ryan Dr. Constance B. Rynder Andrea (Katz) Saltzman Jeff and Gerrie Sammak Stephen Sanger Ralph and Susan Santell Ann M. Sarginson ▲ Chuck and Karen Sayles 48  UTjournal  Fall 2011

Greg Scanio Mrs. Edesa Scarborough 6 Ms. Stephanie Schaff Trevor Scott Schaffer Dennis and Brenda Schleper Dr. Lee A. Schmidt Richard Schmidt 10+ Taylor, April and Reagan Schmitz 6 William M. and Mary T. Schmitz 10+ Scott A. and Lori Rieth Schneider 9 Julie Schuck Mr. William S. Schuyler ▲ Lou and Janice Scinta Mr. Anthony J. Scionti 5 John and Tierney Screven ▲ James K. Selmser 8 ▲ Sean T. McEntee Diane M. Senechal ▲ R. Shaffer ▲ Richard Shapiro Helen M. Shatz ▲ Jeffrey and Claudia Shavelson William H. Sheehan III Ben Sheldon John D. and Kathleen M. Sheridan ▲ Michael F. Sherlock 6 ▲ Lisa Sherman 10+ ▲ Hannele and Howard Shild Jeff Shugart Rebecca Shwayri Robert A. Siegel Andrea and Kurt Sieradzki Alexandra Silence Mr. Marc A. Silva ▲ Georgia (Fraynie) Simmons ▲ Dr. Gary Simon Mark and Denise Simon Steve and Paula Simon Mr. Eric P. Sims Mary Ann and John Council Skinner ▲ Scott R. Slack ▲ Lee and Carolyn Smith Chuck Smith ▲ J. Michael and Jacki L. Smith ▲ Jayne Anderson Smith 9 ▲ Smitty Dorene L. Smith Zannie and Brenda Smith Mr. Matthew H. Snyder ▲ Marvin P. Socha ▲ Robert and Lisa Solomon Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Sontag Richard and Barbara Soucie David and Mary Lou Sparks Sports 4 Girls and Dance Too Mr. and Mrs. Hugh J. Squitier Mark E. Stafford Jack and Barbara Stagnari Douglas and Dina Stamm ▲ Diana Ray Stanley Jim and Judy Stefan 10+ Judge and Mrs. Ralph Steinberg 8 Jeanne Chitester Stinger Mrs. Wilanne Starling Stowe 10+ ▲ Kristin Strammer Mallia 5 Ryan and Kim Strayer Barbara and Fell Stubbs E.J. Suarez 8 Ms. Cheryl Sullivan

David J. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Sullivan ▲ Dr. John Sumner 6 Jamaal Sutherland Stan Swanson Kerrie Anne Sweeney Richard Sweeney ▲ Mr. Richard C. Swirbul 10+ Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Sylte Sysco Food Services Robert L. Taaffe Tanshin Adnan Tan Tandy Enterprises Fritz Tanis Dr. and Mrs. Tarantino Dr. Susan Mary Taylor 10+ Brandan Teague ▲ Techawk ▲ Phyllis M. Tellor ▲ Mr. Gary M. Terrell Bob Terri 8 Mark Testoni Mr. Ed Theobald ▲ Joan Thibault Debbie Thomas ▲ Peter and Anita Thomas Retired Lt. Col. Jeff Thomason Mr. James V. Thompson ▲ Karen A. Thompson Toni Thompson Kelly A. Thorson Justin M. Throneburg Nev A. Tisdale ▲ Charlene Tobie 10+ Andre Tomlinson Maria Torres ▲ Ms. Carol A. Tortarelli 8 ▲ Norm Tousignant Town Square Appraisals Inc. Ann Marie Tozzi ▲ Terry Clifton and Jackie Ann Weierman Tressler Harry R. Trout Jr. ▲ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Trzcinski ‘90 10+ Todd J. Trzcinski Mr. and Mrs. Riley M. Tucker Paul J. Turco Jr. ▲ Halsey and Elaine Tuthill Albert and Carolyn Tzeel ▲ Joe Ubinas ‘93 Tiffany Ullrich Cindy L. Ulvenes Matthew and Cindy Ulvenes David and Sharon Unterreiner UT Office of Student Leadership and Engagement Tom and Jean Valenti 10+ Leonard J. and Miriam Chastain Vidal Caroline Vostrejs Dr. Peter S Wachtel Charles and Joann Wage Dr. Larry Wagers Dr. and Mrs. A.K. Walling Mr. Wayne A. Ward Louise Gilbert Warner 6 Christopher Warren Andrea L. Watson

▲New donors/donors who have increased their gifts 

▲ Kimm

S. Watson 10+ Mr. Joseph C. Weaver ▲ Alice and Fred Webb Kathryn Perdicaris Weed 10+ Dr. Barbara M. Weiss ▲ Jeanette A. Weiss 10+ Mr. Kenneth J. Weiss Paul I. and Maria Therese Weizer Mike and Norma Weller Rex A. Weller The Wertymer Family Mary Margaret Huston Wertz 10+ Mr. Joseph J. Wessel 10+ Steven Weichselbaum West 7 Robert and Karen Westfall Mr. Neil D. Weston Stacy Wheeldon Oscar and Sandra White 10+ Steve White Cheryl A. Whiteman Lacey Wickline Raymond and Helene Wiede Dr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Wilde ▲ Mrs. Brenda L. Williams 9 ▲ Evans Williams John and Karin Williamson ▲ Mac Wilson ▲ Art Wilt Miss Brandy J. Wimberly Damian Wingate Winner GK Inc. Mr. David B. Winner ▲ Kevin Sweeney and Libba Winston 10+ David Wolf Mr. George W Wolf Miss Abebi Wolfe ▲ Dr. Jennifer Wortham 6 Mrs. Maryellen Wright Randy White and Sandy Rogers Gregory C. Yadley ▲ Tony Yelovich Manuel and Josephine Yglesias Z F D Inc/Bruce Meltzer 6 Stephen and Rebecca Zahn Scott and Linda Zakheim Mr. Alan J. Zale Kathleen Strang Zamon ▲ Ben and Nancy Zeltner Andrew M. Zentmayer Retired Cmdr. Michael A. Zidek, USN Randy and Debbie Zomermaand ▲ Kristen Zschau-Waters 5 SWORD & SHIELD CLUB Contributors to the athletic program of The University of Tampa are recognized as members of the Sword & Shield club. With the support of these special donors, Spartan athletics continues to grow and achieve. SWORD & SHIELD $10,000-$24,999 BECK Chris and Linda Catanach The National Christian Foundation/ (Continued on page 50)

Numbers indicate five or more consecutive years of giving  *Deceased


legacy society members The Legacy Society recognizes donors who have provided for The University of Tampa in their estate plans. 2010-2011 legacy society inductees Robert Bruns Beatrice Giunta Victoria Giunta

legacy society members Anonymous (5) Richard and Sue Tennant ’69 Ackert Taylor Albertson Pinke Estate of Carmen Alonso Jean L. Amuso ’64 Estate of Sandra Antonini Alfred S. ’47 and Beverly Austin Estate of Robert S. Austin Schezy and Steve Barbas Robert E. Beach ’55 Estate of Anne Blake Robert C. Brenner Jr. ’57 Estate of Ronald L. Brickey Harry H. Briggs Robert G. ’81 and Marjorie Brown Robert Bruns Jessica M. Burns ‘04 Aida G. Calafell Robert Calafell ’66 Peter A. Cammick ’79 Gordon and Patricia Campbell Karen Casey Frank G. Cisneros ’66 Axel W. ’62 and Ann Claesges Kenton Colwell ‘76 Estate of Fred Conn Estate of Bernice Crabtree Pauline Crumpton ’57 Paul ’51 and Georgia ’52 Danahy Lorraine D. Datello ’64 Estate of Helen A. Davis Lea Lavoie Davis ’94 Estate of David Delo Estelle Delo Estate of Julia I. Dickinson Estate of Mary Z. Dorfmuller Howard ’64 and Natalie Engel Estate of Elizabeth Holton Enlow ’44 Beth Eschenfelder Estate of Walter Faries *Deceased

Thomas E. Feaster ’76 Heather Bailey Ferguson ’86 Estate of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Ferman Sr. Estate of Edwin J. Ficarrotta Robert A. Fimbel ’72 Estate of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Flom Estate of Helen M. Forbes Estate of Sherman B. Forbes Ali N. ’81 and Augustina O. Garba Joan M. Gates ’85 Estate of Charles J. Gee Estate of Gilda Geiss Thomas R. Giddens Dr. Curtis A. Gilgash Beatrice T. Giunta Estate of Domenic V. Giunta’36, ’38 Victoria J. Giunta Estate of Charles E. Goulding ’39 Estate of G.R. Griffin Jeff Hause ’93 Estate of Ira C. Henson Estate of Robert Hill Estate of Mr. and Mrs. Max Hollingsworth Phil Holzer ’98 Vincent C. Hoover ’76 Estate of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Houghton Kenneth E. Hyatt Geraldine Law Hynes ‘59 Estate of George W. Jenkins Estate of Helen D. Jones Estate of Bertha Jordan Estate of Loveda M. Keating Estate of Pierre Knight Estate of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kreider Estate of Nanna Kurtz Estate of Frederick D. Learey Josephine P. LeGault ’49 Estate of William D. Leith ’59 Edward C. Levine ’69

Estate of John H. Lindenmeyer Estate of Thomas S. Lovering Estate of Victor Lubitch Dorothea Butler MacNamara George A. Makinen Robert W. Mallen Stanley E. Mallen Stacey Cassidy-Malloy ’96 Estate of Donald S. McKay Estate of Herbert McKay Estate of Kathyrn McNulty Thomas ’89, ’93 and Kathryn Meachum ’96, ’00 Joe D. ’47 and Hilda* ’44 Mills Frank L. Morsani Mr. Clifford A. Mott ’49 Vincent J. Naimoli Michael O’Donnell ‘81 Estate of Angel Oliva Sr. Estate of Michael D. Osterhout Estate of Wihelmina E. Pearde ’57 Rod L. Piatt ’74 Estate of Walter Smith Pierce Estate of Margaret Ragg ’41 Estate of David V. Ramsay Estate of Hortense Ramsay Rusty R. Richardson ’80 Jeanne Royston ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Samson Dr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Sclafani Ernest C. ’56 and Connie* ’56 Segundo Sr. T. Terrell and Neva Sessums Estate of Jane Pearson Setzer Estate of John Sherman ’40 Albert J. Silva Estate of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Sims Frank J. Smid Estate of Helen N. Sobie Michael ’82 and Amy Southard ’80 Kimberly Sperling ’03 Estate of Gordon Solie

William E. Starkey Estate of Marie Swingley ’58 Susan Sykes Estate of Victor E. Tack Jerome Taylor ’77 Estate of Betty W. Thomas Estate of Catherine E. Thomas Guy Richard Thomas ’72 Estate of Margueritte Thurston’58 Emilio Toro Michael J. Turrisi Cathy L. Unruh Leonard ’48 and Miriam ’48 Vidal Estate of Frank P. Urso M.D. ’57 Renée W. Vaughn Shawn Vinson ’95 Mary G. Timoner Mark J. Waite ’79 Roberta Walker ’55 Estate of Jim Walter Sr. Estate of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wellhouse Jr. Estate of J. H. Williams Estate of Rose Williams Jack Windt ’56 Estate of Edward Martinez Ybor Joseph ’55 and Vilma ’56 Zalupski Flora Zbar

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(Continued from page 48) Doyle Andrews Tampa Bay One Inc. Tampa Rowing Club Rick and Sandy Thomas/Thomas Financial Group SWORD & SHIELD $5,000-$9,999 Auburndale Chiropractic LLC/Sara and Chad Sundermeyer The University of Tampa Board of Counselors Global Visions Inc. Chase Mellen Kimberly S. Morris Pepsi Bottling Group Mr. Rod L. Piatt ’74 Thomas Financial Group Mr. Joseph D. Urso WCVR/CLEARWATER SWORD & SHIELD $1,000-$4,999 Advanced C4 Solutions Inc. Mr. W. Kendall Baker Mr. Anthony J. Borrell Jr./Borrell Family Foundation Inc. Mr. Adrian B. Bush Crowne Plaza Tampa Westshore Harvey’s Electric Company Inc. Julie and Al DuFaux Escot Bus Lines LLC Victor and Brenda Fernandez First Class Coach/Martz Group Mr. Robert W. Ford Fortune Street Partners, LTD Constantino and Rosa Gonzalez Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Grant Gulf Marine Repair Corporation Col. Joseph and Mrs. Sue House James and Laura Humphrey JGR Funeral Services Inc. Grace M. Kessel Casey Kotchman Lynan and Mike Leding Marciniak Detective Agency Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Marfise Stephen H. Mauldin The Musante Family Foundation Gary and Sheila Nash

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Pepin Distributing Company/Mr. Bill G. Gieseking Fred E. and Jeanette Pollock Print Etc. Prosport Management Inc. Reel Nice-N-Easy LLC Denise M. Rubio Ernest C. Segundo Sr. Bill Snyder Mr. Freddie Solomon George and Sandra Sprenkle T&T Enterprises Zeno Office Solutions SWORD & SHIELD $500-$999 All American Containers Baby Rock Apparel Inc. Robert and Debra Braman Russell A. Bruno Robert C. and Aida Calafell Charles Coleman John and Lois Ellis Kyle and Charlotte Fenton Heritage Bank of Florida Timothy Kiley Law Office of Tonya A. Oliver, Esq., PA Lightning City Gymnastics Inc. Jamie McKean Robert J. Pennino Aurelio Prado Dr. Timothy L. Snyder South Tampa Baseball Club Mr. Thomas P. Terril Mr. Osborne Timmons Plato’s Closet San Antonio Area Foundation United Way of Tampa Bay Mr. Vance Venegas Verizon Foundation Jacques Verron Mr. and Mrs. Claude R. (Rick) Watts Richard C. Whitney SWORD & SHIELD $250-$499 Anonymous-Individual Brad, Kathy, Megan and Matthew Bailey Ms. Emil M. Bodenstein Peter A. Bourdon Bill Boyd Clearwater Lady Bombers Inc. Andrew P. Dwork/Angela Moore Dwork Andrew and Angela Dwork Stacey Erlenwein Eur-Am Body Shop Inc. Kyle Robet Franklin Garcia Plumbing Inc. Griffin Service Corporation Michael W. Heald Mr. Stephen P. Hess J.P. Griffin Inc. Jerry and Pat* Jackson Scott and Marguerite Leamey Mr. Ronald G. Merrill Jr. Bill and Martha Minahan William Montgomery Mr. Sergio D. Perez Mr. William J. Priff

Roche Surety Inc. Mark and Pamela Sakalosky Betty E. Stobbs Mr. Gil Swalls Dr. Eric Vlahov Michael G. Wildstein SWORD & SHIELD $100-$249 Mr. Jorgen Adolfsson Mrs. Laura E. Atteberry-David Phaedra Backer Martin and Lisa Badyna Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Bagley Jr. Katharine Weekley Barker Mark and Michelle Bellish Dorothy and Rich Bergold Jeremy Black Sandra Perez Bobko Liz Wetenkamp Boggs Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Brannon Nolan Brannon Robert and Lorri Bruns Frances Fenn Chancey and Richard Koski Sean A. Coniglio Charles and Janet Cunningham Col. Michael P. Davis James and Lourdes Decarlo Frank and Terri Dejiulio Bonnie Rennie DellaRocco Thomas and Margaret Doan Gregory and Linda Dodson Devlin Dougherty Ms. Maureen A. Fahey Mr. Anthony Fotopoulos Mr. George W. Fotopoulos Dr. Joseph E. Fountain Jr., PLO, EA, CPB, CTRS, ATA Mr. Jeff R. Foxenberger William Keith Fulk Mr. Jerome Fulton David R. Garcia Mr. Steve Gervais Mr. Peter Giansante Blair L. Goltra Jr. Mr. Anthony F. Gonzalez Mr. Bryan A. Gonzalez Ms. Sharon L. Goody Mr. Gary W. Graham Mr. William M. Guerriero Dan and Barb Gura Linda Jean Hall Alfred Harmon and Lucinda Harmon Alice Thomas Hedrick William H. Hitzelberger IV Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Hoover Mr. Michael V. Hunt Mr. Sergio Jaramillo Jr. Mrs. Beth A. Johnson Kaliber Foods Dean and Heidi Kelley Mr. James Kiner Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James Kiner Sr. Mr. Thomas R. Kolbe Therese Kominski Joe Lhota Thomas G. Long Miss Ginger A. Lynn Ross D. Macaluso

▲New donors/donors who have increased their gifts 

Steve and Rose-Marie Magriby Jeanna Marcinczyk James and Suzanne Marks Jerome Matisch Mr. Sam S. Militello Jr. Mr. John C. Nolan Ken Nuznoff Rick and Sheri Ogorek Mr. Juan A. Panesso Mr. Anders B. Paulsson Frank Permuy Ms. Cheryl L. Pittenger Kendall Putnam Mr. Walter E. Quigg Mr. Julio C. Ramirez Jr. Roger B Ramsay Dawn Rawlins Real Estate Appraisal Solutions Rice Aquatics Masters Inc. Joseph and Cristina Rodriguez Christopher and Beth Romano Sharon and Tom Schaefer Trevor Scott Schaffer Richard Schmidt Taylor, April and Reagan Schmitz Mr. Anthony J. Scionti Lisa Sherman Mr. Eric P. Sims Michael Smucker Mr. Matthew H. Snyder Mark E. Stafford Ryan and Kim Strayer Tandy Enterprises Brandan Teague Peter and Anita Thomas Justin M. Throneburg Town Square Appraisals Inc. Paul J. Turco Jr. Cindy L. Ulvenes Matthew and Cindy Ulvenes Dr. Larry Wagers Dolores and Wolfgang Walcker Mr. Kenneth J. Weiss Steven Weichselbaum West Stacy Wheeldon Winner GK Inc. Dr. Jennifer Wortham Tony Yelovich Stephen and Rebecca Zahn SWORD & SHIELD Up to $99 Jennifer Aders John Craig Ainsworth Kirstina Becker Leigh Greg Bowdler Carol Brown Mr. Ron W. Brown Eric Cardenas Mr. Jeffery A. Carter Jeff and Trisha Carter Edward and Brenda Christman Stephen Clamp John E. Crumbley C. Wayne and Barbara Cruse David Earle Dutch Doug Forster Mrs. Sandra Rae Hasbrouck Barbara A. Holmes Beth Hunt

Numbers indicate five or more consecutive years of giving  *Deceased


Peter and Gail Johnson Michael and Pamela Kneapler Brian Krieger Robert and Danielle Leffler L. Terry Louis Lena Makurath Molly McLoughlin Pete Meoli Jim Parker Peter Morris Peck Barbara and George Pennington Nicole Perone Maria C. Phillips Howard P. Price Michael and Lynn Puckett Elizabeth Reid Harvey R. Reilich Kathy Fountain Robertson Gil and Yvonne Rodriguez Maj. John C. Rooney, USA Daniel and Barbara Rorrer Dexter Rouse William M. and Mary T. Schmitz Ski-Hi Building Services Corp. Courtney O. Smith Beverly A. Snelling Mr. Tom Snyder Norm and Perry Soash Bill and Barbara Starkey Wayne Story Gregory Tate and Kathryn Beeson Ted and Patricia Cardoso Dr. and Mrs. George H. Tompson Susan A. Travis Corinne Colby Trithart Scott Wall Raymond C. Weber ‘76 Catherine Whelan Jerry and Christy Winson Mark and Melissa Wright Mr. Charles Yezak Jr. Mrs. Carol M. Zimmerman FACULTY, STAFF AND FORMER EMPLOYEE DONORS Anonymous (3) Taylor Albertson Pinke Mr. Jon E. Albrecht Donna R. Alexander Phyllis Alexandroff Michelle Baker Alfonso Dr. Jody Carl Andersen Jane Burris Anderson Mrs. Laura E. Atteberry-David Alfred A. Ayoub Gregg Bachman and Sherrie Teddy Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Bagley Jr. Kayla Bannister Schezy and Steve Barbas Colleen Beaudoin Professor James Beckman Ms. Ellyn Bender Ms. Mariah A. Bieber Ya-Ju Lin and Dr. Bradford Blackburn Mrs. Jamie K. Blessinger Clayton A. Bodine Louis Bonavita Julie M. Bostick

Lisa Bostick Mr. Robert Bovarnick Greg Bowdler Mr. and Mrs. John Brabham Ruth C. Bragg Mr. Winfield S. Brickett Dr. Susan F. Brinkley Robert and Lorri Bruns Dr. and Mrs. Peter Brust Miss Deaunqua L. Bryant Dr. Lonnie L. Bryant Linda Bryskiewicz Beatrice Buckingham Jessica M. Burns ‘04 Stephen and Mary Burroughs Mr. Adrian B. Bush Dr. Maureen G. Butler Mrs. Andrea Calow Peter and Vivian Cammick John D. Capouya Christopher and Julie Capsambelis Dr. Louis M. Carastro Jr. Eric and Andrea Cardenas Sarah Carlson Mr. and Mrs. John Carter Chris and Linda Catanach Cheryl Chernoff Jaini V. Shah Gary Christensen Jack Clark Dr. and Mrs. Edward F. Cloutier Ann Marie Coats Mrs. Lori A. Cole Suzanne Edgett Collins Marlyn Cook Monica (Sheridan) Cook Judith Aust Cooper Marcy L. Courier Dorothy Cowden Kim Curry Mr. George DaPonte Katherine Kempff Davenport Juliet Davis Jennifer G. Del Valle DeCarlo Deveaux Dave and Linda Devine Mr. Paul Dixon and Lt. Col. Deirdre Dixon Mr. Sean M. Donnelly Julie and Al DuFaux Santiago Echeverry Mrs. Valerie R. Ellis Beth Eschenfelder Dr. Cheri Etling DJ Eubanks Cynthia D. Ezell Ms. Maureen A. Fahey Dr. and Mrs. Martin Favata Mr. Thomas E. Feaster Nancy Feliciano Pat Fenda Sandi Fernandez Dr. James M. Fesmire Dr. Gina Firth Ms. Lori Fitzgerald Ms. Margaret E. Flint Stacey Fonseca David and Joyce Ford Mr. George W. Fotopoulos

▲New donors/donors who have increased their gifts 

Dr. Kari E. Fowler Mrs. Luella F. Franqui Valerie A. French Bruce K. Friesen Megan A. Frisque Mrs. Kendra Frorup William Keith Fulk Mr. Jerome Fulton Jackie E. Garcia Karen E. Garcia Michael L. Garcia Tiffany Garcia Brian Garman and Suzanne Hiebert Corey George Dr. Frank Ghannadian Laurie and Tom Giddens Dr. and Mrs.* Francis X. Gillen Michael S. Gilmer Mrs. Deanne L. Godin Mrs. Carmen R. Gonzalez Christine M. Goodwin Dr. Anne Gormly Shawn and Jeanne Gregory Mr. and Mrs. Herman W. Groller Jr. Dan and Barb Gura Rochelle S. Guthrie Amy S. Hall David and Deletha Hardin Timothy M. Harding Jay Hardwick Carol Harlow Alfred Harmon and Lucinda Harmon Susan Campbell Harrell Joy Harris Robert E. Haughey Dr. Judy Hayden Steve T. Hekkanen Dr. and Mrs. Steven A. Hendrix Dr. Lola Hidalgo-Calle Dr. M. Suzanne Hiebert Paul M. Hillier Mrs. Lorraine N. Hoffberg Dr. Leon Hoke Jr. Barbara A. Holmes Mrs. Stephanie Russell Holz Thomas and Sheila Hood Dolores Hull Beth Hunt Lauren E. Hunt Mrs. Patricia A. Hunt Timothy J. Huss Seth and Amy Huston Ron and Doris Ingersoll Marcus A. Ingram Virginia Ingram Dr. David Clark Isele Joel Jankowski Nora Jarmon Dr. and Mrs. Michael G. Jeffries Angela C. Johnson Adam and April Jones Ciarra Joyner Joyce Keller Mr. Donald W. Kelly Dr. and Mrs. Timothy W. Kennedy Heather M. Kenney Dr. Robert J. Kerstein Ms. Cathy R. Kessenich Hamid R. Khosrowabadi

Numbers indicate five or more consecutive years of giving  *Deceased

Miss Theresa K. Kihn Mr. James Kiner Jr. Jack and Kathleen King Kenneth J. Knapp Mr. Thomas R. Kolbe Dean and Maria Koutroumanis Steve Kucera Dr. Ronald Kuntze Dr. Anthony P. LaRose Mark and Jacqueline LaTorella Adam P. Labonte Thomas K. Lafferty Mr. Jeffery J. Lamm Mr. Jason E. Langdoc Dr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Laurino Jessica A. Labit Ms. Janice Law Lynan and Mike Leding Dr. James Lee Tara J. Lemay Susan Taylor Lennon Mrs. Connie J. Leow Linda Linardos Gina L. Lineberger Mr. John Long Steve and Rose-Marie Magriby Mark Mahmood Tromoui A. Malone Marla C. Mancini Dr. Haig Mardirosian Mr. and Mrs. Larry Marfise Mr. Shawn Marinello Donald Todd Marrs Mr. Donald. H. Marsian Charles Edward Mascenik Matassini Law Firm Dr. Richard Mathews Dr. Erika Matulich Dr. Andrew E. McAlister Roy and Nedra McCraw Cynthia H. McGee Miss Keven E. McGinn Myra McLeod Dr. Janet McNew Dr. Lori Benson Dr. William McReynolds Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Mendelsohn Nilo and Patty Menendez Donald M. Metzger Mr. Sam S. Militello Jr. Stephen and Ruth Ann Miller Elizabeth B. Mills Caitlyn A. Mitryk UTjournal  Fall 2011  51


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Miguel and Laura Molina Donald Morrill and Lisa Birnbaum Kimberly S. Morris Merry L. Morris Michael Munger Mr. James B. Murphy Jr. Dr. Linda L. Musante Dan and Lynn Carn Myers Donovan H. Myrie Donna M. Napoli Miss Martina M. Newell Fernando A. Nolasco and Judith A. Pacitti-Nolasco Kimberly Northup Dennis Nostrand Patty O’Grady Dr. and Mrs. Jay O’Sullivan Dr. Kathleen G. Ochshorn Rick and Sheri Ogorek Karen E. Otto, Ph. D. Tamara K. Owens Dr. Alfred N. Page and Lynn Manos Page Scott and Carol Paine Dr. Raymond Papp Carol and Terry Parssinen Fran Pasetti Jennifer Pawelko Brooke Pawlak Meredith Paxton Justin Pecka Tressa J. Pedroff Mrs. Michelle L. Pelaez Barbara and George Pennington Mrs. Teresa M. Pergola Judith K. Perlow Jamie Pilarczyk Stuart Pinnock Ms. Cheryl L. Pittenger Wendy J. Plant Mr. Steven M. Platau Dana Plays Joyce S. Plumley Kelly Polk Donna Popovich Mrs. Tracey J. Potter Aurelio Prado Mary B. Prescott, Ph.D. Dr. Wayne Price Dr. Mark Putnam Mr. Frank Quaranda Jr. Mr. Michael Ranahan Yovan Reyes 52  UTjournal  Fall 2011

Stanley A. Rice Everett and Anmarie Richards Ms. Sarah Cochran Riedel Dr. Jeanne M. Roberts Ms. Linda A. Rodriguez Linda M. Rodriguez Sonia Romero Mr. Dean A. Rooney Steve and Lisa Rorrer Dr. Nancy C. Ross William and Elizabeth Roth Lezlie L. Rovnanik The Rowland Family Denise M. Rubio Bob Ruday Gloria C. Runton Dr. Hemant Rustogi Charlie and Lisa Ryan Dr. Constance B. Rynder Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Samson Lillie D. Samuels Mrs. Kimberly D. Sawchuk Mrs. Edesa Scarborough Sharon and Tom Schaefer Dr. Mary Jane Schenck Cara J. Schleper Richard Schmidt Scott A. and Lori Rieth Schneider Ms. Krystal R. Schofield Mr. David Schumacher Joseph and Linda Sclafani Dr. Britt Shirley Alexandra Silence Dr. Gary Simon Mr. Eric P. Sims Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Leroy Smith Michael Smucker Beverly A. Snelling Mr. Tom Snyder Dr. Andrew J. Solomon Andria Spence Mrs. Kimberly A. Sperling Cara Spoto Dr. Susan Steiner Ms. Cynthia Stephens Dr. and Mrs. John S. Sumner Dr. John Sumner Miss Linda A. Sustakoski Douglas J. Sutherland Mr. Gil Swalls Kevin W. Sweeney and Elizabeth Winston Angela E. Sykes Christine (Doege) Sykes Jennifer Tanacs Karen A. Taylor Dr. Susan Mary Taylor Bob Terri Kyle and Jessica Thomas Stephanie Thomason Mr. James V Thompson Charlene Tobie Dr. and Mrs. George H. Tompson Edwin S. Torres Maria Torres Norm Tousignant Jeffrey and Denise Traster Stephanie L. Tripp Dr. Michael Truscott

Maxine Tucker Tracey L. Uddin Matthew and Cindy L. Ulvenes Mr. Joseph D. Urso Rosario and Connie Urso Sarah M. Van Blaricum Dr. Kathryn VanSpanckeren Dr. Ronald L. Vaughn and Mrs. Renée W. Vaughn Jessica Vazquez Jeanne Vince Dr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Vince Dr. Eric Vlahov Maria R. Warda Dr. Barbara M. Weiss Jeanette A. Weiss Mr. Michael E. Wells Mary Margaret Huston Wertz Malcolm and Marilyn Westly Rebecca J. White Nancy Wietholter Ileana Wilburg Dr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Wilde Anita Wilder Mrs. Brenda L. Williams Paige H. Williams Dr. Bruce Winkler Kevin Sweeney and Libba Winston Dr. Norma Winston Michael E. Woodcock Jimmy D. Workman Jr. Dr. Jennifer Wortham Mark and Melissa Wright Mrs. Maryellen Wright Dr. Chuanyin Xie Mr. Charles Yezak Jr. Grigorios Zamparas Mrs. Carol M. Zimmerman gifts in memoriam

Adm. Leroy Collins Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Reg Colvard Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Austin Otto and Janette Dale

Avron and June Bryan Martha Ferman

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Austin The Chiselers Inc. Jacqueline Connor Janet Lee Henderson Julie Henderson Barbara A. Holmes Joseph P. Lacher Gene and Patsy McNichols Mr. and Mrs. Tom Valenti Nancy Fogarty

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Austin Paul Leonard Folsom

Jeffrey Rubel

Frances and Frank Filewicz

Renatta Filewicz Cochran Henry Gill

Jean Atlas-Valenti Carol Williams Lucille H. Grant

George Grant

Joseph Guagliardo

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Austin Maurice Haddad

The Borrell Family Foundation Doris Harvey

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Austin The Chiselers Inc. Carl Hepp

Tom and Kathryn Meachum Jane Hughey Hewit

Neil and Beck Rauenhorst/NJR Foundation Jeff and Susan Turner/JS Turner Foundation Jeff Turner/Sieben Foundation

Braulio Alonso

David “Pop Pop” Humphrey

William “Skinny” Antonini

Toni Iacovelli

George and Barbara Pennington Avron and June Bryan Anzia Arsenault

Mr. Ralph Arsenault Sam Bailey

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Austin Mr. and Mrs. Reg Colvard Mr. and Mrs. Michael Davis Sylvia Miller Foster George and Barbara Pennington Lee M. Bentley

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Austin Rita Bodo

Joseph Bodo Jr. Helen Catherine Daley William C. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Austin Mr. Anthony J. Borrell Jr./Borrell Family Foundation Inc. Barbara Elizabeth Casey

Karen M. Casey

Warren M. Cason

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Austin Marjorie Moore Chunn Cochran

Jim and Beth Arthur

James and Laura Humphrey

Marilyn Alessi Patricia Altavilla Jack and Dolores Baldwin Maureen Barry Stan and Louise Benedict Mary Caleagnini Vito and Jennie Camarda John Cheevers Ann Contento James and Georgann Crotty David Dekar Yvonne Delvecchio Pasquale Del Santo Ann Ellsworth James and Nancy Fields Thomas and Antoinette Herman Gertrude Howard Anthony and Beverline Iacovelli William and Diane Kornfeind Gloria Latessa John Lilleston Bobby Mastro Dawn McGovern Nadine Mescia Gerald and Dorothy Miller *Deceased


Maria Montabault Clara Montabone David and Brenda Nedbalski Harry Nuss Mary Patrick Tom and Arlene Powell Constance Roma Robert and Iris Rudin David and Mary Lou Sparks Sysco Dominick and Margaret Tammetta Josephine Terregroosa Edward and Sylvia Testani Loretta Testani Gilda Tompkins Frank Valletta Charles and Joann Wage Mike and Norma Weller The Zade Family Sally Jenkins

Margaret Smith McAlister Lucile King

Joan Mae Jones William H. King III

James and Hao Quinn James and Maureen Quinn Patricia Anne Quinn William and Kimi Quinn Dr. Britt Shirley Tampa Catholic High School Robert and Frances Vaughn The Wasielewski Family Frederick and Jeanne Weigel John W. Robinson IV

Board of Fellows

William G. Rudge

Mary Bergstrom Rudge-Bailey Anita Scharf

Paul and Georgia Danahy Leslie Scharf Geraldine Simpson

The Chiselers Inc.

Kitty Levy Sheldon

Benjamin J. Sheldon Jr. Mark M. Shine

Geo E. Edmondson Jr. The Merchants Association of Florida Richard C. Swirbul

Ms. Carolyn Sones Tripp Rachel Turner Dr. and Mrs. A. K. Walling The Wertymer Family Joan and Hulon Williams Gregory C. Yadley Ruth and Jean Yadley Randy and Debbie Zomermaand Hortencia Urso

Stephen Mauldin and Tamara Abreu Fred E. and Jeanette Pollock Joe Warlick

Sallie Holmberg Henry McFarlan Williams

Judge and Mrs. Paul W. Danahy Jr. James and Barbara Jeffrey ALUMNI DONORS

’35

Estate of Valerie Stubbs Mecutchen

George M. Steinbrenner III

Kathlee Bryan

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Austin The Chiselers Inc.

’37

William C. Knopke Douglas J. Kozar

Norma Jean Tollinger

’42

William H. King Jr.

Dennis and Jessica Huey Matt Kozar Russell Kozar Terry Lane

Lisa Culberson Catalina Martinez

President and Mrs. Vaughn and the University Community Sue McCord

Flora J. Zbar

George Metzger

Donald M. Metzger Joseph Miller

Dan and Lynn Carn Myers Mary Mott

Mr. Clifford R. Mott Ann L. Murphey

David R. Murphey IV Phillip F. Quinn

Jean Lackovic Amuso Nenita and Arturo Auza Blowin’ N the Wind Management William and Leslie Blount Mr. and Mrs. L. Carey Bolster Dr. Susan F. Brinkley Christopher and Julie Capsambelis Mr. and Mrs. W. Reid Colson Nadia and Andrew de la Parte The DeMeza Family Pierre and Marie Desroches Kimberly Duane Maureen C. Flood Matthew and Cecilia Glover Joyce Keller Timothy and Robin Kennedy Susan Taylor Lennon Richard Lorenz Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Madden Dr. Michael Mendelsohn Dr. David Mullen Bill and Mary Jane Quinn *Deceased

Barbara Holmes Daniel and Barbara Rorrer Mrs. Martha H. Turner

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Austin Stephanie, Jason and Robert Blackburn Nancy and Bob Bolt Morris and Joycelene Brill Ginger Caldwell Lawrence and Cember Carella The Chiselers Inc. Ms. Karen Clarke Lisa Robbins Costello Carl and Margaret Cox The Family of Nancy Winston Crews Dorothy C. Crowell Mrs. Margaret E. Davis Martha F. Davis Sylvia Davis Mr. and Mrs. O. Fred Dobbins Greg Dorsey EIS Inc. Mark Feingold and Mary Frost Bill and Pat Gillen Dean Jackson T. Gregory and Gay G. Jacobs David and Carla Knight Susan Lang John A. Brabson Jr./Lykes Insurance Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Murray The Newman Family Mrs. Elaine Newman Eric and Lyris Newman Margaret O’Connell Mr. and Mrs. R. James Robbins Jr. Robert and Patricia Sellas Mary Ann and John Council Skinner Deborah Kent Skyrms Richard Sweeney Tampa Armature Works Inc. Debbie Thomas

Wenona M. Marbourg George E Edmondson Joe D. Mills Mary Collura Raines Harry S. Robertson

’43

Norman G. Light Kathryn Perdicaris Weed

’44

Margie Bachman Harris Wanda W. Howell Mabel Aughinbaugh Malsbary Maurine Robles McTyre Gloria C. Runton Elizabeth H. Tanner John H. Tanner Nancy G. White

’45

Dorothy P. Cheatham

Leonard J. Vidal Miriam Chastain Vidal

’49

Homer M. Alderman Kendall Kendall Baker James E. Connell Margaret Davis Claire Downes Douglas J. Forster Joseph Gomez Marian G. Guagliardo Mary Virginia Handley Dot H. Hankins Adele Adams Harris Josephine P. Legault James Albert McNab George A. Mills Clifford R. Mott William J. Priff

’50

Thomas E. Bissonnette June Bryan Frank Cacciatore Deloris Patrick Carter Bessie Juanita Dean Irving Edelson Charles T. Eldredge* Renee R. Fisher Anthony S. Gonzalez Tony Ippolito Gerald S. Jackson Fred H. Kenfield Robert J. Martens Betty M. Maxwell Albert Nieto Barbara Moeller Joseph Russo John N. Shadgett Frances Vaughn Fannie J. Zamore Milton P. Zamore

’51

John L. Argerious Carol A. Barnes Rose Beiro Barus Avron Bryan

’46

Sam Agliano Robert O. Hach Mary Jane Knowles

’47

Alfred S. Austin Jayne Lee Huffman Louise Dempsey Longbotham

’48

Josephine Agliano Mary Licalsi Cagnina Gloria R. Ferlita Charles Hach Lewis H. Hill Jerry R. Miller Barbara Swanson John D. Tinny UTjournal  Fall 2011  53


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Rosario C. Ciccarello Paul W. Danahy Robbins H. Denham Charles B. Jones Douglas Middlebrook Frank H. Puglisi* Anthony L. Rinaldo Alfonso Romanello Philip S. Rosseter Frank V. Selph Emmanuel J. Suarez

’52

William Antonini* Harry Bryan Georgia Reed Danahy Mary Sheridan Easton Alice Thomas Hedrick Phil P Japp Juanita A. Smith Mary Esther Spell Hugh J. Squitier Doris Henson Yates Pauline P. Zambito

’53

Heck Adkins Frances Stevens Barksdale Robert E Cogan Joan T Coleman John Alfred Cook Dorothy C. Cowden Clyde H .Hardee Harley L. Hiers Gloria Polo Harvey R. Reilich Ralph Steinberg Joan L. Wagner Robert F. Yates

’54

Edward J. Ballas Katharine W Barker Joseph P. Bodo Raymond C. Bozich L. Ward Cooper Charles J. Harris Elizabeth Hyde Harris

Robert A. Hathaway Barbara B. Jeffrey Jayne Anderson Smith

’55

Reginald B. Colvard Charles E. Fisher George H. Grant Eugenie Myers William T. Sams Sally Wolfe Stevens Ernest Urso William Valdespino Joseph J. Zalupski

’56

Peter Albano* Martha Berdeal James R. Crosby Al Leathers Barbara Bailey Ledoux Nadine Edwards Miller Walter V. Minahan William H. Minahan Gloria Nasrallah Kenneth R. Nuznoff Edward Perez Richard A. Reece Ernest C. Segundo Joyce Newell Sundheim Mary Fink Wagner Kenneth Ted Williams Jack William Windt Vilma E. Zalupski

’57

William P. Bosworth Robert C. Brenner Pauline B. Crumpton Joseph Cutro Audrey Douglas Ellison Anthony J. Ettaro Joan S. Gonzalez G. B. Henry Robert D. Hutchison Bob Martinez Vincent J. Mercadante Tillman D. Moore Richard M. Nichols Lionel Polo Nanette Nivens Rodgers Anthony J. Scionti Doris Sempert Rosario Urso Nicio Vega Gerald L. Voye Raymond H. Wagner Barbara A. Whitley-Richards Frances Ippolito Worden Manuel J. Yglesias

’58

Joseph A. Beiro Roland A. Blanco Mary Lou Bondi Ruth C. Bragg Harry Y. Britton Raymond L. Cliburn Ida A. Coe 54  UTjournal  Fall 2011

Andrew Conda Dorinda Diaz D’Agostino Harold E. Davis Leroy G. Drew James M. Eikeland Louis Giacobbe Caridad De Lara Herrick Angelo Ippolito Phyllis Hagin King L. F. Bob Law Jr. Patricia Clark LeVarge Rosemary Leathers Richard H. Lee Lionel O. Leon Jesus F. Lima Rosemarie Rogers Middleton Elmer Arthur Nichols Eleanor Hayes Phillips Nora Ann Pogorzelski Harry Vincent Schmidt Mike G. Skaroulis Richard Sylte James G. Tarwater

Richard C. Swirbul Robert L. Taaffe Herman J. Valdes Andre R. Wyatt

’59

Argy J. Anthony Melton R. Battle Harvey J. Benitez Anna Lee Blancato Axel W. Claesges Ronald A. Govin George E. Jackson DeEtta Jenkins Sigfrid N. Johnson Gerald A. Krumbholz Josephine P. Mandese Tina Morbitzer Suzanne Morse Joseph B. Obusek Violet Trafficante Pullara Marlene Steinberg Maxine T. Tucker Larry R. Wagers Jeanette Fernandez Wilson

Guy F. Amuso George L. Blanco Charles Coleman Sylvia Davis D’Aloia Edna L. Falter Robert Florio Robert F. Garcia Michael Hubbell Geraldine Law Hynes Grace M. Ippolito James E. Jeffrey Joan Mae Jones Patricia L. Kimbrell Pamela Shaffer Lanning Thomas A. Leonard Yolanda Correa Maguregui Paul Austin Perrine Elsa F. Salcines Howard L. Sinsley Wayne Story Harriett Strum

’60

Wade G. Birch Wallace Blount Sandra Perez Bobko Dominick P. Cassano Ramona Davenport Dinorah L. Erb Sam A. Giunta Shirlee Hudson William W. Leonard Richard J. Lovett Patricia Cripe Manning Chris Chris Maurici Barbara McClamma Merry D. Rayl Theresa Raymondo James C. Roberts Gilbert M. Rodriguez Shirley J. Russo Edwin E. Smith Diana Ray Stanley

’61

Robert A. Burwell Rose Marie Chivses Harold Givens Ralph M. Griffin Walter L. Hilgart Angelo D. Ippolito Diana G. Maurici Andrew M. Mirabole Jan Newbanks Reagin Jeanne Wiltse Royston Nina Jane Garber Sinsley Barbara A. Smith Earl Smith Michael J. Sullivan Stanley J. Swanson Vilma Vega

’62

’63

Carolyn Jane Adams Joseph R. Adams Patricia Alchediak Robert C. Bradley Giovanna Jennie Campisi John J. Daoud William H De Celle Robert Delgado Dominick J. Ginex Doris M. Hinson Byron E. Holley Hansen Long Terry Louis Gasper F. Martino Joseph R. Mickler David N. Mitchell Drew Mohr Sally Giroir Noller Brenda J. Nousiainen George A. Nousiainen Mary Anne Fox Obusek Sylvia (Penzato) O’Neill Lionel R. Polo Flo C. Roberts *Deceased


James V. Thompson Harry R. Trout Cynthia Kladis Xenick

’64

Jean Lackovic Amuso AnnMarie Armstrong William W. Barnes William Baur Ana Gutierrez Crespo Marcus B. Crisman Charles A. Ferguson Allan R. Frankel Coleman L. Hill Carolann Sayles Lajoie Alice Carter Lawton George T. Lewis Edward Meyerson Henry B. Moore Peter Morris Peck Sam Rodriguez Pauline C. Rothenbush Luciano A. Santa Cruz Gerald Schaffer Catharine T. Scott James D. Smalley William P. Terri Anthony Yelovich

’65

Orlando N. Blancato Catherine E. Brasier Donald F. Brasier* Thomas R. Brice Leonard J. Cimador Thomas L. Doan Overton G. Ganong Luis Garcia William H. Haiges John E. Horst Kevin M. Hughes Gove Johnson Gerald Kutzman Sylvia Gonzalez Martinez Richard R. Massey Jerome M. Meguiar Peter J. Meoli George T. Moran L. Ed Owen Brian P. Padden Patricia A. Pladdys Jerome D. Quinn Odis Gene Richardson Wilanne Starling Stowe Ed Theobald Peggyann Ferugia Tuma Michael A. Zidek

’66

Leonard N. Altamura Robert W. Becker Joann Lavender Berry Ralph F. Bohlke Robert C. Calafell Maria B. Diaz David Earle Dutch John W. Garver Monique G. Groulx Stephen P. Hess *Deceased

Janet R. Matthews Rey A. Neville Charles D. Norton Joseph P. Orlando Erline Gladstone Steinberg Craig C. Sturken Jacques A. Verron Maria V. Ward John V. Whitbeck

’67

Owen James Anders Robert H. Ashmead James Bessette Gerald Bielawski Joe M. Collera Richard B. Cooper Donald J. Hemstreet Charles Joseph Kevorkian David Maguire Edward C. Martin Lee H. Matthews Sylvia Roque McGinty George David Murphy Adrienne Menendez Napoli Marcia E. Narod Jason C. Scarlata Robert J. Terri Kenneth J. Weiss Marilyn J. Westly George W. Williams

’68

Margaret Pressler Bator Jerry Jones Bressin Merry Conway Freddie M. Crumpton Michael P. Davis Gerald W. Eppley Alphonse N. Falco William M. Guerriero Seth D. Halpern Steven M. Hill Stephen Roy Lowe Michaele Taylor Rao Jack N. Rodriguez James K. Selmser Robert B. Spence Peter J. Tomaino Halsey G. Tuthill Allan P. Waters William W. Welborn John McRae Wolfe

’69

Patricia A. Bales Carol Brown Ron W. Brown Linda Lewis Chewning John Casey Clark Amy J. Doktor John Russell Edge Frank J. Espinosa Charles J. Fisher Joseph E. Fountain Conrad N. Frassa Wayne Hayes Terrill S. Heath Claire Weiner Herer

Maureen Kearney Nancy L. Laho Rebekkah Housholder Leonard Stephen P. Levy Richard C. Little Maria Lopez Manz Francisco R. Martinez Sharon Vartanian McAllister Celeste McKenzie Richard C. McKenzie William Montgomery William P. Norton Margery E. Oleskie Hayes James E. Parker Howard P. Price Norman L. Redding Margaret Perkins Redman Norman E. Soash Daniel Swanson Phyllis M. Tellor Martha H. Turner*

’70

Andrew W. Alexandre Victor E. Baffa Richard D. Barnett Robert Blanchard Rene Bulnes Lloyce Campbell Gary Cooper Alan R. Coote Michael J. Davies Jerry D. Davis Thomas J. Duncan Lamar R. Erk Wardell Brenda N. Graiser John D. Hassett Jason A. Helfman Jack King John Koenig Loren T. Longman Samuel W. Musgrave Robert T. Newman Richard L. Nittinger Kathleen M. Peck Frank Permuy Fred E. Pollock George A. Pollock Raymond Rotella Robert C. Russell Kathleen C. Stone Gary M. Terrell Joan Thibault Betty Valdes

’71

Miller B. Arbutine Ruth Harmon Bergstrom Bill B. Boyd Ronald M. Cento Peter A. Cicco Gene Davis James L. Frain George S. Frilingos Martin J. Gall Robert A. Kastenbaum Lourdes Martin Kilbourn William R. Kilbourn

Kenneth L. Lee Marilyn Hamlin Longo Sharan Beckman Mandell William B. Martin Helen Bailey Michaelson Paul R. Miller Elizabeth G. Moore Bette Denenberg Morchower Jo Ellen Faraghan Oakes Barbara Kay Powell Susan Scolnick Quackenbush Joann E. Shepard Georgia E. Simmons Michael A. Tommasi Steven Weichselbaum West Raymond F. Wiede Brian S. Wormser

’72

Wheeler L. Baker Robert L. Brown Alfred Brunette John R. Cooke Peggy A. Cooper Thomas S. Corse William Crabbe William Faedo Jeanie W. Gordon Lawrence T. Gordon Stephanie Hans Michael R. Iezzi Francis E. Johnson Leon H. Levinson Robert D. McCall William S. Moody Stephen W. Murray Bismarck Myrick Lynda J. Pettit Arnold H. Price Peter Scaglione Charles C. Smith Terrance Stahl Willie J. Stokes Guy Richard Thomas Sandy Thomas Helene S. Wiede Hugh Wilson

’73

Nancy J. Abel John F. Back David A .Blackburn Terri Blackburn UTjournal  Fall 2011  55


donor honor roll

Robert M. Radlein Harry Retjos Clarence Rocka Douglas B. Rowe Peter Russo James K. Schaefer Sherril Zucker Stahl Kimm S. Watson

’75

Charles E. Bowers Douglas K. Brooks Robert M. Coombs Frank J. Dykeman Douglas S. Evaul James W. Feight Paul S. Fronczek Larry Frackman Randy L. Hess Florence Jankowsky John E. Lamond Joseph S. Macel Augustine G. Martinez Marilyn A. Martinez Bruce E. Meltzer Richard L. Milliken William E. Mobley Stephen Mulligan Leslie Carlisle Nichols James E. Norred Michael R. Pender Kim Kilpatrick Schaltenbrand Jay A. Scherline Janet L. Sciales James V. Slagle Zannie O. Smith Gary L. Spinelli Janice F. Streb Deborah A. Thomas Jeffery H. Thomason Joseph C. Weaver

’74

Kathryn R. Baker Michael S. Benner Constantine T. Bougas Dolores Coleman Burghdorf William S. Bush Roy D. Croy Dan Ferrazza Toni Hoover Ricki Rosenthal Kasse Gary T. Limon Stephen F. Magriby Frederick B. McKenzie Patricia Menendez Jeffrey T. Molofsky Barbara M. Moore Delores N. Morrill Francis R. Morse Robert F. Olinits Arthur D. Peffer Rod L. Piatt 56  UTjournal  Fall 2011

William F. Almas Barbara L. Cross-Petry Denise A. Darby Robert F. Doherty Thomas E. Elias Debbie Matheson Ferrazza Charles C. Hart Valerie Smith Hirvela Vincent A. Hoover Stuart G. Kadesh David B. Kerr John G. Kiesling Anthony P. Kopecky Samuel Lasky Judith Engelman Leight Donald Marinelli Deanny McCall Richard W. Norfleet Edward M. Presson Sarah A. Rivas Tobey Anderson Russell William H. Sheehan Freddie Solomon Shirley M. Trzaska David Wolf

’76

J. Allen James W. Allen Patricia C. Allen Robert Begelman Robert C. Bixby Charles D. Blalock Philip C. Bragg Kenton Colwell Frank E. Crawford James H. Davidson Sue J. Davidson Lynnette M. Evenson Thomas E. Feaster Robert W. Ford Larry I. Gramovot Donna A. Green Richard H. Hair Nazle Kuylen Robert T. Lagg Rafael Ledesma-Moulier Timothy P. Mazzei Robert J. McDonaugh John J. O’Hara Grita Vail Perry William M. Rea Everett Richards Scott W. Roberts Richard F. Rockwell Greg Scanio Linda Schmidt-Putnam Robert E. Sontag

Raymond C. Weber

’77

Mark I. Bellish John M. Bowler Sadie L. Brown Evelyn P. Butts Lindsey G. Darnell Michael V. Della Penna Lawrence S. Devos Angela Dwork Irvin T. Elias Gerald L. Gillis Regina Gloria Gonzalez Hugh W. Gott Kathleen S. Hall Walter K. Jamison Lila L. Johnson-Thomas Marcia A. Kerr Norma E. Lurie Hans W. Lux Lueretha C. McCray Edward J. Murphy Mary Lou B. Nash Robert Pearson Ethel B. Richardson Woodard Mark I. Rockaway William J. Schillinger Andrew Siegel Jeanne Chitester Stinger Paula L. Swanton Robert E. Taylor Everett D. Walker Oscar N. White Carl B. Wilmarth Josephine Yglesias

’78

Thomas A. Bernadzikowski Wayne A. Borden Xavier F. Cannella John Compton Patricia L. Culbreath Hewey M. Davis Sandra A. Davis David W. Devine Andrew P. Dwork Joan M. Elder Mary Jane Ferguson Margaret R. Filippello Harriet Fisher Herbert R. Fisher Robert H. Garner Evelyn Y. Grant Michele Gregory William F. Hawk John T. Heath Neal A. Heybeck Virginia Diane Johnston Gail M. Kelly Nicholas J. Matson Keven E. McGinn Velia M. Parrino Tim J. Pelot Benson A. Riseman James Gary Russell Birdie W. Underwood Linda Godshall Weaver John N. Wiegner

Nancy A. Williams Madden Cynthia A. Young Sharon L. Zacker Kathleen S. Zamon

’79

Patricia H. Bussell Peter A. Cammick Dean M. De Negri Ron Dennison Jerry Draluck Kenneth P. Dumas Garry A. Flowers Lucille Niles Franklin Robert P. Gelzheiser Richard W. Humiston David A. Kinser Joseph K. Lamphier James T. Pate Diane C. Recine Martha Strickland Replogle Christine W. Robinson Stephen C. Schuyler Barbara A. Sowder Kevin Sullivan Mark A. Testoni Rex A. Weller Joyce L. Wieland Charles E. Wolfe

’80

Marshall Evan Ames Ricardo L. Arias Thomas E. Birmingham Robert F. Cascella Wesley J. Champney Sydney C. Comer Jeffrey S. Coryea Robert M. Evanko Gonzalo C. Garcia Victoria C. Gregor Wilda E. Hand Rachel Weller Hegarty Michael C. Lauder Joseph S. Levy William R. Richardson David R. Schulz Jeff Shugart Thomas E. Slaymaker Amy Minoff Southard Fred N. Stribling Michael Michael Sunderland George H. Watson Stephen White Thomas J. Zoffinger

’81

Robert A. Bourke Larry W. Bryant Rod W. Cooper Edward L. Dement Samuel Gorgoglione Rocky Alfred Harmon David D. Howell Vernon L. Love Thomas A. Meachum Michael J. O’Donnell Kristen Price Douglas C. Rothschild *Deceased


Timothy Rovnanik Edgar C. Sayles Karen S. Sayles Sharon McBryar Sercombe Robert L. Shoecraft Jeff R. White

’82

Diane Sangalli Bain Stephen A. Bako Laurie J. Brown Sheryl Brown-Rubenbauer Kelly Carrillo Burke Shannon P. Calahan Ann Marie Cascella Cheryl Cleiss Francis L. Corden Marietta B. Crosby John E. Crumbley Lee Culbreath Patrick A. Davis Bonnie Rennie DellaRocco Peter A. Denne Tracy T. Diel Vincent J. Falcone William G. Gieseking R. Mark Govin Carole Homler Harry Christy L. Hutchison Gregg Lee Jensen Barbara Wolf Kinsey Shirley J. Knapp Sharon Jann Lynch Nicholas F. Mooney Anthony Pajak Michael D. Perry Bethany Putnam Mark S Putnam Emmy Purcell Reynolds Joseph F. Rich John C. Roberts Dorinda Noya Rodriguez Ted Schwartz John M. Sciacca Michael S. Southard Teresa Underhill Stockton Eugene L. Stokes Nev A. Tisdale George W. Wolf Alan J. Zale

’83

Craig J. Beers Frank C. Catanach Victor M. Fernandez Tony Greco Michael A. Lacy Lisa Rosen Lievense Robert J. Muir Michael G. Munger Ruth Pangallo Myles Dale L. Perry John C. Pickart Kathy Pittman Alan G. Pollock Dennis G. Rears Lisa A. Rorrer Steven M. Rorrer Jean Magi Ryan *Deceased

Michael Smith Stephanie L. Tripp

’84

Keith R. Anderson Johnny Caesar Maria G. Cassano Julie D. Corden Kristin K. Cox Ellen F. Criscione Connie J. Davis Timothy E. Davis Patricia Lusby Delaurier Joseph J. DiBari Leda Dixson Michael L. Garcia Paul M. Githens Margaret Jerlin Grosz Margaret Mary Hauser Patricia Geisler Hoffman Sandra L. Karseras Kimberlee Krzyzanowski Mark Krzyzanowski Jill M. Lerman Keith Andrew Lerro Michael F. Miley Karen A. Monz Nancy J. Nicolucci Michael J. Norton Christopher Pastina Janet Motsko Robinson Lezlie L. Rovnanik Jeffrey D. Rubel Kirby R. Ryan Diane M. Senechal Smitty Dorene L. Smith Richard Smyth David J. Stewart Marsha A. Stone Peter M. Waldron Louise Warner Annamaria Woloszyn

’85

Jack A. Arnold Robert Bovarnick Celia Caesar Matt Flanagan Joan M. Gates David F. Giacondino Mark A. Griffiths Brian L. Groene Larry A. Harvey Kevin F. Holzgruber Deborah L. Jennings Mark M. Kane Jean-Francois G. Laverdure Patricia A. Martini Clark Richard A. McManus Jena Swindle Mier Terry D. Mone Gerald J. Nystrom Sandy Lofland Payne Leona R. Peszka Ralph Poetsch Peggy A. Prosser Ann Tymac Reilly Mary Elizabeth Tounge Francisco Velez

Peter S. Wachtel Deanna L. Waldron Colin B.Wiseman Adrienne Yates Stephen L. Yates

’86

Rebecca L. Abdoney Jill M. Aufiero Lawrence M. Bagan Laura L. Boyd James Caimano Judith Aust Cooper E. Ann Dinofsky John T. Duff Beatrice Eckart Carol Ann Eschelman Heather Bailey Ferguson Alexandra A. Fernandez Theodore N. Fotopoulos Rufino Galvan Chantelle D. Groene Bonnie J. Hesselberg Jesse Hinson Helen T. Kerr Tasha Lanne Lohman Daniel L. Lukens Shel McGuire Jeffrey C. Mitchell James J. Nolan Susan M. Norton Christine M. Porter John C. Skinner Neil Starr Cheryl Sullivan Mary Tennies Nancy A. Tillman John A. Williamson

’87

John M. Barrett James B. Barton Gregory Bonton Lisa Boudreau Kevin E. Brown Mandy Q. Campbell Susan Michelle Carlson Jeffery A. Carter Suzanne Edgett Collins Lisa H. Culberson Gary W. Davison Karen E. Duda Kathleen Mary Egan Michaela Chambers Fisher Christine A. Generalli Charlotte H. Grant Dayna J. Hadfield Shock Michael Halfast Denise E. (Fenimore) Halfast Dan S. Ho Dean A. Kelley Joann Sirota Kole Mark F. Lapp David J. Lonigro Ellen Batsavage Lonigro Andrew E. McAlister Ronald R. McClarin Donald W. McKenzie William M. Mulholland

Nancy R. Odell Sylvia Y. Perschall Joseph T. Potuzak Jennifer Pugsley Roger B. Ramsay William C. Rapley Mary D. Redmond Andrea Katz Saltzman Sandra A. Shields John K. Stargel Leslie R. Stein Cathy Szelistowski Thomas J. Szelistowski Charles W. Telfair Karol C. Waddell Neil D. Weston Paula K. Whitaker Anita E. Wilder Arthur B. Wilt

’88

Donna R. Alexander Iris M. Alfonso Phaedra D. Backer William E. Carlson Jr. Jeffrey G. Chaffin Jennifer L. Clark Dana L. Crosby-Collier Abraham L. Cross Patrice Cunningham David J. Devine Chad W. Drobisch Nancy Robuck Eakin Wayne A. Fuller Seth Huston Gail Hyde Susan M. Jarrett Joann P. Kartes Thomas E. Kartes Scott J. Leamey Marilyn A. Lewis Rene Martinez Frankie McBrien Glemma L. McCray Steven L. Nicolucci Mia C. Nolan Judith A. Pacitti-Nolasco Michelle M. Orama Lelo Prado

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David A. Robbins John C. Rooney Lisa Shetter-Robey Elinor D. Tucker

’89

John Craig Ainsworth Jane E. Anderson David B. Arnold Lynn Marie Awad Deborah L. Bernhard Clayton A. Bodine Julie M. Mancini Ronald DuBois Brenda V. Ellison Julie M. Everett Maureen A. Fahey Sharon L. Fox William Keith Fulk Sharon L. Goody James T .Greene MAJ Roger A. Herres Craig A. Huffman Linda Huffman William G. Hungiville Michael V. Hunt Steven A. Kass Therese M. Kominski Dean A. Koutroumanis Benjamin H. Lacy Francine G. LeVine Linda Linardos Mark D. Mahmood Patricia L. Moore Kyle D. Nielsen Fernando A. Nolasco Donna B. Popovich Leslie D. Rogers Scott A. Schneider Lisa A. Sherman Stephanie J. Sibley Christine L. Sykes Karen A. Taylor Valerie Telfair

’90

Michelle Baker Alfonso Jeffrey K. Alpert Laura E. Atteberry-David

James A. Beckman Roger S. Campeau Trisha M. Carter Linda H. Catanach Tad T. Fichtel Jonathan H. Harris Paul B. Heth Timothy J. Huss Kimberly R. Keravuori Ashlee Rhyne Liebel Steven E. Liebel Stephen H. Mauldin Susan S. McLain Donald M. Metzger Thomas A. Opalka Peter L. Platteborze John Plusquellic Pamela S. Prado Kathy A. Rooney Cynthia Marie Sanchez Lori Rieth Schneider Dorothy L. Schroeder Kurt R. Schuldes David Schumacher David Schwartz Michael Stiglich Timothy R. Trzcinski Tracey L. Uddin Cindy L. Ulvenes Matthew C. Ulvenes Andrea L. Watson Michael G. Wildstein

’91

Jorgen Adolfsson Bradley J. Brown Christopher J. Bryan Cass W. Christenson Christine M. Cosgrove Jonathan W. Craig Vicki L. Dominick Darren Elkind Ileana Couret Endom Cynthia D. Ezell Michael S. Gelfand Kevin C. Hall Susan Harrell Manuel A. Ippolito Donna L. King Dean James Koutroumanis Mary E. Landsberger Anthony J. Leone Lawrence E. Letourneau Laura Malear Lindeman Donna J. Long Waylon F. Peterson Colleen Quinn-Adams Michael F. Sherlock Lydia Sierra Todd J. Trzcinski

’92

Tricia L. Brancatella Alyson Bruzas Gregory L. Canty Rose Maria Devine Erich Eichinger Robert S. Eppenstein George W. Fotopoulos 58  UTjournal  Fall 2011

Kendra Frorup Carole S. Holway Thomas E. Kelly Mary E. Liro Angela D. McCutcheon Joseph Miller Stuart S. Miller Teresa Patino Carol Petti Ann M. Sarginson Justin M. Throneburg Gary William Tingley Kim Tompuri Joseph D. Urso Charles M. Wilson Juliet Worley-Marvenko

’93

Jennifer S. Aders Michael S. Allain Caterina Bellatin Timothy D. Carpenter Carol A. Comer Andrew D. Cookson Spring Copeland Anne M. Cuny Katherine B. Davenport Lea Lavoie Davis Shawn C. Gregory Michelle M. Griffith Charles J. Hahn Jeffrey T. Hause Rebecca A. Holcomb John J. Holton Penelope H. Hulbert Cynthia L. Kane Frederick Kirschbaum John A. Koutroumanis Joe Lhota Deborah O’Connor James P. Osman Linda M. Rodriguez William G. Sanders Kristin Strammer Mallia Cynthia L. Tynes Jose Eduardo Ubinas Mark H. Zimmerman

’94

Michael Carastro Nathan D. Childs Christopher R. Clark Sean A. Coniglio DeCarlo E. Deveaux Vincent M. Giampa Ossie D. Hamrick Michael W. Heald Stephanie N. Heath Jacqueline M. LaTorella Su U. Lee Carol Lislevatn Donald MacCuish Brian J. Malison Deborah J. Miller Megan J. Nesbitt Maria A. Okuniewski Kumar Prasad Willard H. Prynn Jeffrey J. Rogo

Linda M. Rogut Matthew H. Snyder Hunter Swearingen Kelly A. Thorson Andrew L. Van Ore Alexander Wechsler Paul I. Weizer David B. Winner

’95

Lisa A. Alberts Michele R. Bailey Kyle Bailey Gary S. Beemer Brian C. Bickel Patricia J. Bickel William J. Borrell Winfield S. Brickett Adrian B. Bush Koni M. Cassini Charles R. Chipman Donna DeRango Colby Terrie A. Dodson Gary M. Cross Anna L. Deakin Keelie E. Fallon Jeffrey C. Flemming Christopher L. Floyd Amy S. Hall Jason T. Harris Elizabeth A. Hunt Robin P. Kennedy Theodora M. Klein Lori K McRae Keiran C. O’Neill Taylor C. Schmitz Marc A. Silva Jeannette D. Sims Brian M. Smith Christopher C. Thiel Ann Marie Tozzi Joseph J. Wessel Victoria L. Westra Deborah K. Windom Michael E. Woodcock Jennifer Lynn Wortham

’96

Robert L. Abbott Rachel Price Baker James K. Beckmann Jerry W. Begley James Daniel Botkins Gilda Capitano Stacey Leigh Cassidy Malloy Kristen M. Murray Stephen Clamp John M. De Veny Bryan K. Demmler Christopher M. Esposito Evan Brauman Fetter Anthony Fotopoulos Sergio Jaramillo Marc J. Lovallo Monika Lovallo Laura Marrero Terrence A. Merritt Beatrice B. Miller Priscilla W. Miller *Deceased


Laura H. Molina Jacqueline J. Muir Michelle L. Pelaez Stephanie S. Schaff Lee A. Schmidt John Spasiano Terri J. Stover David J. Sullivan Maria Therese Weizer

’97

Christian P. Albert Stephanie D. Caron Anna Marie Cox Christopher J. Doyle Daniel W. Drew Eliah S. Ewing Vincent J. Frattaruolo Catherine G. Fuhrman Alexander Gallegos Peter Giansante Brook H. Gideon Roger Green Dara A. Greenhouse Robert C. Heald Kathryn M. Heckenbach Donna M. Ioannidis Dawn L. Kelly-Wall Michael Kiely Jason Kreitzer Ryan M. Lichtenfels Julia N. Martinez Stephen C Miles Marc M. Montalto Juan A. Panesso Anders B. Paulsson Joyce A. Pemberton Sonia L. Romero Jennifer S. Stone Cheryl A. Whiteman Kristen E. Zschau

’98

Russell A. Bruno Bruce Bryan Melanie L. Fish Michael C. Floyd Aimee R. Francoeur Sarah Sotomayor Gallo Nora Ganderson Christof Hammerli Lorraine N. Hoffberg Phil M. Holzer John P. Kahne Deborah S. Llewellyn Lars H. Lohmann Randolph S. Pandis Scott R. Slack Amy D. Smith Susan R. Snowdon Nicole M. Stevens Jennifer O. Tanacs David Virgilio Abebi Wolfe

’99

Gwendolyn J. Almand Erica L. Barrett Jennifer A. Bradford *Deceased

Mavis F. Cartwright Christopher P. Checke Pamela M. Colker A. Courtney Cox Daniel H. Cuneo Lasheantea T. Davis Susann M. Golby Amanda Hammerli Suzanne Hiebert Sean Hoover Jason E. Langdoc Shawn Marinello Cynthia H. McGee Brett J. McMullen Randolph S. Merrill David E. Newcombe Meredith Ann Paxton Joe C. Raniewicz Dexter C. Rouse Kimberly D. Sawchuk Erikka O. Schumacker William S. Schuyler Fritz Tanis Carlos A. Valenzuela Jimmy D. Workman

Karrie J. Hargot-Toranzo Milagros Figuereo Hix Candace G. Hobbs James Kiner Thomas R. Kolbe Rafael T. Lee Robert E. Lee Yolanda Martinez Samuel R. Metott Mary Jade Moore Nancy Lynn Muggelberg Svetlana A. Nikolaenko Lisa M. Raponi Carlin O. Reagan Allison J. Riveiz Desiree N. Siegel Mary A. Slater Soraya Soto Heather K. Spooner Jessica A. Thomas John M. Unger Wayne A. Ward Sherissa C. Williams Christopher D. Willman

’00

Sarah E. Brownlee Eric R. Cowen Troy D. Del Valle Babatola Durojaiye Kerr F. Fitzgerald Jeff R. Foxenberger Angela J. Gillisse William H. Hitzelberger Theresa K. Kihn David R. Knapp Cheryl Kwoka Jesse C. Landis Amanda R. Milatz Sam S. Militello Brandon A. Olsen Geneva K. Palaidis Teresa M. Pergola Rebecca S. Pratt Sebastian Roca Rodrigo Rodriguez-Novas Helen M. Shatz Carol A. Tortarelli Miriam E. Weber Frank J. Wessels Alison McHugh White Stacy A. Estes Andrew M. Zentmayer

Jennifer Aquino Kirstina R. Becker Jennifer D. Bernhart Mariah A. Bieber Beverly D. Bodine Jason M. Carrozza Kevin A. Carver Dennis M. Cassidy Racquel A. Codling Joseph R. Cohen Valerie R. Ellis Michael Faxas Margaret E. Flint Deborah Folino Frances T. Fuller Frederick J. Grable Jeanne K. Gregory Tracey Hartford Margaret M. Huth Robert C. Kahns Frances L. Manali Kevin T. McDevitt Kathryn Meachum John C. Nolan Frank F. Quaranda Dawn D. Rawlins Sarah Cochran Riedel Luke R. Rosa Darren A. Rubin Eric S. Sidor Natalie Sidor Eric P. Sims Edith F. Stewart Brandy J. Wimberly

’01

Annika Abrahamsson Eleanor M. Berberich Daniel J. Buchholtz Lori A. Cole Edward L. Dalton James P. Gaines

’02

’03

Suzanne M. Bilicska Elizabeth Wetenkamp Boggs Deaunqua L. Bryant Heather L. Currier Jennifer G. Del Valle Jason T. Dickey Nathan A. Ferguson Christopher W. Frye Michael W. Gall Oasis Garcia Daniel T. Harter Deanna L. Hutchins Jonathan P. Kaplan

Darren P. Klem Brian S. Krieger Jody Lee Kupferberg Ginger A. Lynn Marita R. Lynott Lena Makurath Kelly A. McDermott Ronald G. Merrill Francisco A. Moreno Martina M. Newell Tara L. Olney James S. Pace Tressa J. Pedroff Kelley M. Purdy Walter E. Quigg Sarah Rawnsley Gregg M. Schoppman Cheronda V. Spann Kimberly A. Sperling Daniel A. Spooner John D. St. Louis Adam A. Stumpf Courtney J. Wheless

’04

Miguel R. Acosta Andrew W. Albano Vanessa L. Antonetti Gina M. Bailey David M. Bohnsack Jessie E. Bowden Jessica M. Burns Jaini V. Chhaya Teresa L. Dailey Amanda M. Devona Kelly Falconer-Miller Michael P. Flood James E. Hall Michael J. Herr Melissa A. Hurley Adam W. Jones April L. Jones Nora V. Jones Jamie L. Kahns Laura M. Kallmann Phyllis T. Lubin Donald Todd Marrs Michael A. Migliorino Liza A. Mizel Gerri M. Morena David A. Mosakowski Wendy J. Plant Raymond B. Quinones UTjournal  Fall 2011  59


donor honor roll

Mark R. Rader Dean J. Ricca Kimberly K. Slater Adam D. Smith Kerrie A. Sweeney Andre Tomlinson Bryan J. Vizcaino Carol A. Wells Timothy J. Wilga

’05

Gabriel F. Acosta Charles P. Austin Carol A. Biondi Gregory A. Bowdler Nelson V. Brittingham Daniel S. Brown Megan D. Bryant Beatrice N. Buckingham Eileen M. Canady Monica M. Cook Elisabeth M. Daniel Judy A. De Leon Matthew D. Demers Robert C. Dewey Kimberly A. Gramm Rochelle S. Guthrie Brandy L. Hanyak David C. Higgins Jocelyn N. Holt Sheri A. Huelster Kristina L. Justen Charles W. Kearney Theodore K. Kladis Joseph P. Laurino Jamie L. MacLacklin William W. Moore Emily P. Newbold Margaret M. Peterson Jamal A. Pope Amy C. Potter Jennifer L. Roche Maria A. Roman Bo D. Stith Jamaal D. Sutherland Devanshu Jitendra Swaly Angela E. Sykes Mona L. Tatum-Watler Carlyn Wesley

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Brenda L. Williams

’06

Camille C. Aponte-Rossini Jennifer A. Balogh Joshua B. Berman Jamie K. Blessinger Michelle N. Calez Gary R. Christensen Justin R. Coe Heather-Lynn Eli Kyle Robert Franklin Blair L. Goltra Amy B. Hart Teri J. Hasbrouck Bill R. Longstreth Kristina Lakeman Minerva E. Martinez James S. McKean Sakshi Mehra Naoko S. Munoz Sharon E. Musser Jessica L. Naples Zachary A. Novitske Crechelle L. Oliveira Kimberly A. O’Shea Jacquelyn V. Palmer Jarrod P. Randel Angela M. Ruth Steven D. Scholz Ross A. Spielfogel Kyle C. Suddarth Karen A. Thompson Lisa A. Vodola Meagan C. Wheeling Richard C. Whitney Joseph A. Wiendl Ileana Wilburg Jamal A. Wilburg Ericka H. Womack

’07

Aida Ahmic Kellie M. Aiena Jonathan A. Ash Karen T. Augustin Brandon J. Benigni Anthony N. Brannan Leslie A. Byrne Daniel R. Caritey Sarah B. Carlson Devon L. Carter Megan E. Coker Matthew J. Dawson Delfina E. Diaz Dara M. Dimeler Devlin C. Dougherty Ashly W. Eikelberg Valerie A. French Cindy J. Goldman Joshua M. Goldstein Kim S. Guernsey Timothy J. Herrmann Jessica A. Highsmith Darryl W. Horton Nathan Jokela Adam P. Labonte Gina L. Lineberger Kathy Mailhot

Nissa E. Martinez Zachary A. McGrath Taylor L. Meyers Jennifer L. Neldner Karen Ruth Origlio Gregory Pepitone James R. Polliard Charles G. Powell Frank J. Raccio Anthony J. Raiano Daniel J. Reynolds Lyle A. Robinson Dean A. Rooney Eric D. Rossmeisl Amanda J. Rydza Anthony J. Scuotto Julianne Sederquest Keith G. Shevenell Ashley N. Smith Marvin P. Socha Laura E. Strite Normand Tousignant Jesse W. Vezina Mark R. Wright

’08

Karen L. Allena Caroline V. Avery Alejandra Aviles Valdez Alfred A. Ayoub Brittany C. Bass Jordan R. Berman Shauna E. Berry Douglas D. Birch Michelle D. Boyd Nolan B. Brannon Charlotte D. Brittain Cynthia L. Burress Nicole Ivy Butler Leah M. Ciechanowicz Nicole E. Craig Jennifer L. Endick Jessica A. Endick Ruth M. Fratercangelo Marian T. Gilbert Patience T. Green Jessica A. Hayes Stefanie L. Huertas Jessica L. Hughes Elena I. Ivanova Joshua P. Jones Ethel B. Kamga Heather M. Kenney Michael T. LaGrotta Tara J. Lemay Lauren L. Lewis John A. Losco Joanna C. Emerson Paulo C. Martin-Vargas Joshua A. Murphy Christina M. Panageotou Kyle J. Parks Nicole I. Propp Carlo J. Quick Luisa A. Reid Gina-Maria Roca Rolando D. Rodriguez Morgan S. Sanger Andreas Schmitke

Barbara A. Stubbs Yao-Tsung Tsai Sarah H. Valentine Christopher Varnado Todd J. Walters Emily E. Wanninger

’09

Casey S. Albanese David A. Ballesteros Ryan P. Barnett Lauren M. Bentz Adam J. Blattner Teagen H. Bowles Boris D. Brady Tanya C. Brunner Kelly M. Burchell Jamie M. Burnette Brenton L. Cianci Danielle L. Cohen Alexandra J. de Meric Elizabeth K. Dillon Sabrina L. Drzal Stephanie L. Dutka Sophia M. Espinosa Tiffany N. Garcia Heather L. Graefnitz Shannon C. Grippando Hani S. Haddad Angela C. Johnson Jennifer E. Jones James F. Kirk Joshua J. Kratovil Laura A. Laboissonniere Jessica A. Lack Thomas K. Lafferty Danielle N. Leffler Ethan A. Lewis Jacob R. Lockard Neil F. MacMillan Gertie W. Mallard-Teal Katherine T. Maxie Kathleen M. McGrath Amber McMillion Nicole D. Miranda Leonidas Mourelatos Erick Oros Tamara K. Owens Donna G. Palumbo Taylor R. Pancoe Justin T. Pecka Melissa L. Pelaez Sergio D. Perez Matthew S. Pugatch Amber E. Rehman Nicole R. Sicignano Sherma S. Solomon Katherine A. Sorrentino Jessica L. Stierer Joseph M. Sullivan Brandan S. Teague Rebecca L. Tylka Cheryl L. Tournade David J. VerEecke Martha I. Vinas Georgine Blum Wapinsky Bradley J. Webb Kathleen L. Wilczewski

*Deceased


’10

Nicole L. Ackels Saoud Jassim Al-Anjari Kent E. Allen Elisa M. Almeida Timur Aydin Megan A. Bailey Kayla D. Bannister Colleen R. Beaudoin Jennifer Beltrani Christopher S. Bisson Christina M. Bonanno Chelsey M. Borden Stephanie R. Branham Viviana Cabral Melissa N. Capitano Seth Chaffin Luanettee L. Colebrooke Kristina C. Cooper Nicole R. Corbly Tri Dang Shelly M. Doby Tamal K. Elliott Chad A. Elwin Jessica English Noelle Etienne Echenique Nancy A. Feliciano Benjamin R. Fishman Jackie E. Garcia Karen E. Garcia Emily R. Ghosh Jeffrey C. Gibbons Christine M. Goodwin Joshua J. Griffin Kylie D. Gross Lisa G. Guerin Robert E. Haughey Lonnie M. Haynes

Tanya S. Holder Benjamin J. Howley Kelsie N. Huth Natalie E. Insogna Michael J. Janusko Erez Ladetzky Ronald C. Licata Jonathan T. LiSacchi Joseph J. Lisewski Jose L. Lopez Emilie C. Lorden Shannon M. Mahoney Tromoui A. Malone Melody M. Mansour Cara J.Marzilli Joseph M. McKenna Phil A. Michaels Kyle R. Mitchell Caitlyn A. Mitryk Marissa M. Mumford Todd J. Murgo Carolyn J. Murtha Alexandre M. Ngolle Jessica L. Ocasio Brooke O. Pawlak Aaron A. Pawlowski Lloyd J. Pimentel Priscilla J. Poage Joshua R. Pope Jason G. Raphael Barry Rosenblum Lillie D. Samuels Cara J. Schleper Michael R. Seitzler Natalie Sims Jason A. Smith Linda A. Sustakoski Clifton J. Tressler

Gene and Patsy McNichols

Janet Gainer Stephanie Russell Holz Dawn Hoskins Connie McCullough Sandra Miller Kimberly Northup Rolando Perez Yvonne Rodriguez Mark and Rosa Ruday Sean Robert Ruday Sharon and Tom Schaefer Dr. Joseph and Linda Sclafani Clara Szydlowski

Kyle Madden

Nancy Savage

gifts IN HONOR Bob and Aida Calafell

Rob and Judy Calafell Thomas Giddens

Jackie and Janet Epstein Leslie and Michael Goldberg Anne and Arnie Pike Dayle and Lenny Spiewak Dr. David Clark Isele

Dr. and Mrs. Dean Martin Dottie Berger Mackinnon

Linda Madden Dr. Michael Mendelsohn

Lynn Mendelsohn Alyssa Novitske

Zachary Novitske

Jean Atlas-Valenti Carol Williams Victoria Delvalle Kreher Eric and Catherine Kreher John and Susan Sykes

Barbara Pennington

Frederick W. Spalding

The Lowry Murphy Family Foundation

Bob Ruday

Dr. Michael Truscott

Lindsay Blake Cheryl Chernoff Richard and Nicole Deutsch Mary Fields Dr. Gregory G. Gaar

*Deceased

LTC Jeffery H. Thomason The University of Tampa Mathematics Department

Saoud Alanjari

Summer R. Turner Greta K. Van Collie Heather X. VanLandingham Yehury H. Vizcaino Christopher L. Warren Nicole M. Weiss Cynthia L. Williams Paige H. Williams Matthew P. Wood Ebru Yilmaz Matthew R. Zion-Basile

’11

Jennifer R. Blatt Bethaney K. Cahill Daniel J. Condello Frank Dello Russo Amanda T. Erfourth Jessica R. Ferraro Andrea E. Fornaro Ricki J. Goldsmith Laura A. Green Matthew Gould Nicole M. Haberkorn Kaitlin E. Hall Stephanie A. Herndon Brittany A. Immenhausen Alyssa H. Imperatore Cassandra N. Incerto Casey R. Kampf Pamela L. Kapit Amy E. Kerr Chloe G. Kovach Morgan A. King Crystina L. Kriss Wade D. Lamont Charles B. Lane Daniel S. Lewin Hawley W. Lincoln John G. Linus Jillian B. Marcus Amanda L. Mason Jack C. McGeachy Jenna L. McMahon John P. Meacham Katrina Miller Gina R. Moccio Edward F. Mockler Janelle L. Nelson Amanda L. Padellaro Stephen L. Padgett Nathalia V. Pirela Heather B. Rabenold Stephen M. Reedy Sarah E. Rouke Kyle J. Roy Elaine N. Sahs Katelyn E. Soja Mystique A. Sowell Abigail H. Stamler Stephanie D. Theiss Carli S. Todd Deirdhre L. Touza-Catapano John G. Truppa Aja L. White

’14

Jill Rosenblum

UT ENDOWMENTS The University of Tampa gratefully acknowledges the individuals, corporations and foundations that have established an endowment. They have been instrumental in securing the University’s future. New endowed scholarships begin with a commitment of $50,000 or more. Anonymous Jane and Sid Allen Endowed Athletic Scholarship Alfredo Antonini Endowed Music Award Athletic Director’s Endowed Scholarship in honor of Larry Marfise Kyle and Michele Bailey Endowed Scholarship R. K. Bailey Endowed Scholarship Sam Bailey Endowed Athletic Scholarship Bank of America Endowed Scholarship Edna McDuffie Barritt Endowed Scholarship Lillian K. Bassler Endowed Scholarship (ROTC) Beck Endowed Scholarship for Athletics Sam Ellison/Beck Endowed Scholarship for Athletics Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida Endowed Nursing Scholarship Board of Counselors Endowed Scholarship Board of Fellows Endowed Scholarship Board of Trustees 75th Anniversary Endowed Scholarship Dr. J. Bohren Endowed Scholarship Borrell Family Endowed Scholarship Borrell Family Endowed Scholarship for Athletics Lydia Briggs Endowed Tennis Scholarship Bright House Network Endowed Scholarship for Minority Students William G. and Sarah E. Brorein Endowed Scholarship Fund

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Robert and Aida Calafell Endowed Scholarship Robert and Aida Calafell Memorial Endowed Presidential Scholarship Doyle E. and Nell R. Carlton Endowed Scholarship William J. Carter Endowed Award Barbara E. Casey Memorial Endowed Scholarship The Chiselers Inc. Endowed Scholarship Fund Clarence Clark-Clearwater Power Squadron Endowed Scholarship (Marine Science) Class of 1992 Endowed Scholarship Class of 2002 Endowed Scholarship Class of 2010 Endowed Scholarship Robert W. Cook Memorial Endowed Scholarship W. Hampton Copeland Jr. Endowed Scholarship (Business) A. L. Cuesta Jr. Endowed Scholarship Paul and Georgia Danahy Endowed Scholarship Fund Helen A. Davis Memorial Endowed Scholarship Dr. David Delo Science Endowed Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Dervaes Sr. and Family Endowed Scholarship Paul N. Dervaes-Celeste Dervaes Whitehead Endowed Scholarship Julia I. Dickenson Endowed Scholarship (Lineal descendants of Confederate veterans) Darin Donahue Endowed Scholarship (Tennis) G. Paul Dorfmuller Endowed Art Scholarship Maureen A. Rorech Dunkel (General Endowment) William L. Edwards Endowed Veterans Scholarship Charles T. and Carol A. Eldredge Endowed Scholarship David A. and Mary Irene Falk Memorial Fund Endowed University Scholar The Rev. Andrew Jackson Ferrell Sr.

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and Sarah A. Ferrell Memorial Endowed Scholarship Tom Fitzgerald Endowed Soccer Scholarship Julia and Sam Flom Endowed Nursing Scholarship Sherman B. Forbes Endowed Scholarship Fund Jack Foster Memorial Endowed Scholarship Ali and Augustina Garba Endowed Scholarship Dr. Curtis Gilgash Memorial Endowed Scholarship (Psychology) Charles E. Goulding Jr. and Germaine Goulding Endowed Chemistry Scholarship Charles E. Goulding Jr. and Germaine Goulding Pamunkey Indian Endowed Scholarship Anne Graham Memorial Endowed Scholarship G.R. Griffin Endowed Scholarship J.A. Griffin Jr. Endowed Scholarship Hardin Construction Endowed Scholarship John L. and Margaret Harrell Endowed Scholarship Fund (Minority Students) William Randolph Hearst Foundation Endowed Scholarship for African American and Hispanic Students Margaret Sweeten Henderson Donaghay Founders Endowed Scholarship (Nursing) Jane Hughey Hewit Memorial Endowed Scholarship Nash Higgins “Rat Hole Gang” Endowed Athletic Scholarship Fred L. and Betty W. Hogan Endowed Scholarship Fund Holton-Enlow Endowed Scholarship (Honors) Phil M. and Caroline Holzer Endowment Fund Hoover International Endowed Scholarship Houghton General Endowment Jeffrey House Endowed Scholarship The Jacarlene Foundation Endowed Scholarship Helen Drysdale Jones Endowed Scholarship Gloria and Walter Kazor Endowed Music Scholarship Richard Keating Endowed Scholarship James M. Kelly Memorial Endowed Scholarship Kessler-Wittcoff Endowed Scholarship Douglas Kozar Memorial Endowed Scholarship Peter O. and Girlie Knight Endowed Florida Scholarship The Jack Larrison Endowed Scholarship Fund Dr. C. Herbert Laub Endowed History Award

Marian E. Learey Endowed Memorial Award (Continuing Studies) William D. Leith Endowed Scholarship Fund for the College of Arts and Letters William D. Leith Endowed Scholarship Fund for the College of Natural and Health Sciences William D. Leith Endowed Scholarship Fund for the College of Social Sciences, Mathematics and Education William D. Leith Endowed Dean’s Fund for the College of Arts and Letters William D. Leith Endowed Dean’s Fund for the College of Natural and Health Sciences William D. Leith Endowed Dean’s Fund for the College of Social Sciences, Mathematics and Education William D. Leith Endowed Provost Fund J. Lindenmeyer Political Science Endowed Award Sumter L. Lowry Freedom Endowed Award (ROTC) MacKinnon Family Endowed Scholarship James and Elizabeth MacLeod Endowed Scholarship Mayor’s Hispanic Advisory Council Endowed Scholarship MBAA Endowed Scholarship Dr. Sue Gordon McCord Endowed Memorial Award K. I. McKay Endowed Scholarship Mary Matilda McKay Endowed Scholarship Eugene H. McNichols Endowed Nursing Scholarship Meachum/Walker Family Endowed Scholarship for Academic Excellence Merchants Association Endowed Scholarship Fund Merchants Association Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Richard C. Swirbul James D. Milligan Endowed Scholarship (Transfer Students) LTG Harold G. Moore Endowed Award Clifford R. Mott and Mary Cribb Mott Endowed Book Fund Clifford R. Mott and Mary Cribb Mott Endowed Scholarship Fund The Naimoli Family Endowed Scholarship for Baseball The Naimoli Family Endowed Scholarship for Softball Dr. Elwood C. Nance Freshman Endowed Scholarship Gary Nix Memorial Endowed Award Paul D. O’Donnell Memorial Endowed Scholarship (Business) Lisa Pauchey Memorial Endowed Scholarship Award (ROTC)

Art Pepin Golf Endowed Scholarship The Polish Heritage Endowed Scholarship (Polish descent) Fred E. and Jeanette Pollock Endowed Award Philip Quinn Endowed Education Abroad Award President’s Leadership Fellows Program Endowed Scholarship RBK Architects Endowed Scholarship Austin and Arline Rising Scholarship (Business) The Royal Krewe of Sparta Endowed Scholarship for Student Athletes Bob Ruday Endowed Award for Ethical Leadership Ralph Russo Memorial Endowed Scholarship Sally and Jack Jenkins Music Service Endowed Award William J. “Big” Sammis Endowed Scholarship Samson Scholars Endowed Scholarship The Sant’ Yago Education Foundation Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Dan and Lisa Almendares The Sant’ Yago Education Foundation Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Dr. William Anton The Sant’ Yago Education Foundation Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Stephen J. Barger, General Manager, Ed Morse Cadillac The Sant’ Yago Education Foundation Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Simon Canasi, Second Foundation President The Sant’ Yago Education Foundation Endowed Scholarship in memory of Henry Fernandez, First Foundation President The Sant’ Yago Education Foundation Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Bernardus Geradts The Sant’ Yago Education Foundation Endowed Scholarship in Memory of Joe C. Granda, UT Alumnus of 1950 The Sant’ Yago Education Foundation Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Hernan Leon, Third Foundation President The Sant’ Yago Education Foundation Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Joseph R. Lopez ’1953 The Sant’ Yago Education Foundation Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Richard A. Nimphie The Sant’ Yago Education Foundation Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Joe Petrillo, AutoNation Market President Florida Region The Sant’ Yago Education Foundation Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Paul J. Sierra, Past Foundation President

*Deceased


The Sant’ Yago Education Foundation Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Chris Trotti; General Manager, Lexus of Tampa Bay The Sant’ Yago Education Foundation Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Scott Zykoski, Millennium Bank Saunders Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund The Joseph and Linda Sclafani Endowed Psychology Student Research Scholarship Ernest C. Segundo Sr. and Connie Felicione Segundo Endowed Presidential Scholarship T. Terrell and Neva S. Sessums Endowed Scholarship Fund John Edgar Sheridan Jr. Endowed Continuing Education Scholarship Frank and Allene Smid Endowed Educational Scholarship Bill and Barbara Starkey Endowed Teaching Scholarship Jerome Taylor Endowed Scholarship Rick and Sandy Thomas Endowed Scholarship Lloyd G. and Jeannette C. Tingwall Endowed Scholarship UT Women’s Club Endowed Scholarship UT Endowed Athletic Training Scholarship UT National Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship UT Tampa Bay Alumni Chapter Endowed Scholarship Glenn Waddell Endowed Scholarship Mary G. Wade Endowed Scholarship T.E. Wade Family Endowed Scholarship Marcella and Bob Wallace Endowed Scholarship John B. and Michéal West Endowed Scholarship Morris Edward White Endowed Scholarship (Pre-Law) Joe and Vilma Zalupski Endowed Scholarship Fund Endowed Centers, Chairs, INSTITUTES AND PROGRAMS Bailey Student Investment Fund Gordon and Patricia Campbell Endowed Chair for Religious Studies Tammis Day Endowed Program for The University of Tampa Press Walter R. Faries Memorial Endowed Book Fund Max H. Hollingsworth Chair of American Enterprise Max and Ivy Hollingsworth Project Development and Innovation Endowed Program Fund Karl Kreher Memorial Endowed Program (Economics and Business) Krusen Graduate Studies Endowed Program

*Deceased

Judith M. Mandt Visiting Writers Endowed Program Naimoli Endowed Institute for Strategic Analysis Walter Smith Pierce Graduate Studies Endowed Program Anita Claire Scharf Endowed Program J. Sykes Endowed Center for Ethics TECO Energy Endowed Center for Leadership James Walter Chair Endowed Chair for Entrepreneurship John B. and Michéal West Endowment for Entrepreneurship John B. and Michéal West Endowment for Faith and Values Ybor Foundation in Memory of Don Vicente Martinez-Ybor Endowed Program CORPORATE AND Foundation GIFTS A AAMERICAN Container & Trailer Leasing Inc. AACSB International AT&T Foundation Matching Gift Aberdeen Advisors Inc. Adecco Advanced C4 Solutions Inc. The Air Products Foundation All American Containers Amscot Financial and the MacKechnie Family Atlantic Medical Specialties/Jack and Paula Crowley Auburndale Chiropractic LLC/Sara and Chad Sundermeyer Azzarelli Price Fund B&N College Booksellers Inc. BECK Baby Rock Apparel Inc. Bailey Family Foundation Bank of America The Bank of Tampa BNY Mellon Wealth Management Bayview Public Relations Inc. Berlin Family Foundation Best Practice Partners LLC Blowin’ N the Wind Management Blue Cross-Blue Shield of Florida BoneFish Grill Borrell Family Foundation Inc. /Mr. Anthony J. Borrell Bright House Networks Brinks Home Security Inc. Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation CBIZ Kirkland, Russ, Murphy & Tapp Carastro & Associates Inc. /Paul Carastro Carlton Fields/Ms. Kathleen McLeroy Carrozza Law Office P.C. Caterpillar Foundation Chevron Matching Gift Program Christian Legacy Foundation Cintas Corporation/Mr. Daniel J. Madine Citigroup of Tampa

Clearview Communications Inc. Clearwater Lady Bombers Inc. The Coca-Cola Foundation Columbia Food Service Inc. The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta The Community Foundation of Jacksonville Inc. Community Foundation of Tampa Bay Conroy Construction Courtyard by Marriott Tampa Corporate Real Estate Inc. /Thomas E. Feaston Creative Fabrications And Decorator Services Inc. Creative Recycling Systems Inc. Crossroads Construction Co. /Mr. David Tavlin Crowe Horwath, LLP Crowne Plaza Tampa Westshore The Danahy Fiction Prize Within the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay Dance Ferrentino Daniel B. Curtis Family Fund Within the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay Darden Restaurants Foundation Gift Matching Program David A. Straz Jr. Foundation David C.G. Kerr Memorial Fund Within the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay Dennis Levine & Associates, P.A./ Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Levine E Tech Management Inc. EIS Inc. Elements/Karen McKinney Encore Concierge Services/ Ms. Theodora Klein Entergy Corporation Escot Bus Lines LLC Estetika Skin and Laser Specialist/ Gail Coleman Eur-Am Body Shop Inc. Exelon/Charles Powell III F and J Crawford Fund within the Community Foundation Financial Executives International Ferreri Search LLC Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund First Class Coach/Martz Group First Command Educational Foundation/Jim Petersen First Valley Funding LLC/Robert Farrell Flah & Company Florida Association of Benthologists Florida Bibliophile Society Florida Default Law Group Florida Independent College Fund Dr. Joseph E. Fountain Jr., PLO, EA, CPB, CTRS, ATA Frank E. Duckwall Foundation Freedman Office Supplies Friedrich Watkins of Tampa LLC Garcia Plumbing Inc. Glenn, Rasmussen, Fogarty & Hooker/ Michael Hooker Gramling Environmental Law PA Graybar Foundation

Greenwood Associates Inc. Gregory, Sharer & Stuart Certified Public Accountants Griffin Service Corporation Grubb & Ellis Gulf Marine Repair Corporation Hardeman Landscape Nursery Inc./ Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hardeman Harvard Jolly Architecture Harry E. Teasley Jr. Foundation Harvey’s Electric Company Inc. Heritage Bank of Florida Hill Ward Henderson Hillsborough River Realty Corporation/ Mr. John J. Avlon Holland & Knight Charitable Fund/ Angela Vlachos Ruth Levinson Family Fund of the Houston Jewish Community Foundation Howard Johnson Farms Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Tampa Hyatt Regency Tampa Downtown IBM Corporation Ideasphere Partners LLC JGR Funeral Services Inc. J.H. Williams Oil Company JHS Management, LLC J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation JS Turner Family Foundation James R. Burris Construction Company Inc. The Joy McCann Foundation Just Rewards/Bob Cogan KMK Management Inc. DBA Antonio Kaliber Foods KimbaCorp Inc. LC Insurance Group, LLC/Rachel Lynn Lurie Lender’s Consulting Group Inc. Las Damas de Arte Inc. Law Office of Tonya A. Oliver, Esquire, PA Leonelli & Vicario, Ltd. Levy Awards & Promotions Lightning City Gymnastics Inc. Lowry Murphey Family Foundation M. Industried Inc./Mike LaGrotta MEF Construction Inc. /Miguel & Maria Ocana Macquarie Group Foundation Magnetic Mangrove Wealth Services LLC McAfee Inc. Matching Gifts Program UTjournal  Fall 2011  63


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McNichols Company Merchants Association of Florida Inc. Merck Partnership for Giving MetLife Foundation Midocean US Advisor Mills & Associates Inc. Mise En Place Inc. Morgan Stanley c/o Cybergrants Inc. The Musante Family Foundation NJR Foundation The National Christian Foundation/ Doyle Andrews The New York Yankees Tampa Foundation Inc. Newman Foundation Inc./JC Newman Cigars/Mr. Eric N. Newman North Star Bank Northwestern Mutual Foundation, Matching Gifts Program The Norton Family Fund Novo Nordisk Matching Gift Program Numara Software Inc. Oliva Tobacco Company/Mr. John Oliva The Oros Group LLC PJNC LLC/Ellen and Paul Criscione PPG Industries Foundation Matching Gift Center Pepin Distributing Company/Mr. Bill G. Gieseking Pepsi Bottling Group Phoenix Home Builders Inc. Premier Eye Care of Florida LLC/ Lorna Taylor Prida Guida & Company, P.A. /Mr. Lou Prida Prodigy Flooring Inc. /Mr. Rodney Williams Prosport Management Inc. Prudential Foundation Publix Super Markets Charities Inc. William and Kimi Quinn Charitable Fund Within the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Bill and Mary Jane Quinn Family Fund Through Community Foundation of Greater South Wood County R. R. Construction Corporation REMM Tires Inc. Raytheon Company Real Estate Appraisal Solutions Reason Medical, LLC Redding Consulting Inc. 64  UTjournal  Fall 2011

Reel Nice-N-Easy LLC Regions Associate Matching Gifts Program Regions Bank Residence Inn by Marriott Downtown Tampa Rice Aquatics Masters Inc. Roche Surety Inc. The Richard Rudolph and Franci Rudolph Fund SIL Group Sant’ Yago Education Foundation Inc./ Dr. Rex Damron Scherline & Associates Alfred N. and Rose W. Schiff Family Endowment Fund Schwab Charitable Fund The Schwartz Corporation/Mr. Kenneth D. Schwartz Shilling Contracting Inc. /Mr. Dave Shilling Sieben Foundation Inc. Ski-Hi Building Services Corp. Dr. F.W. Spaulding Fund through Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Spartan Construction & Design, LLC Sports 4 Girls and Dance Too Squad Security Inc. /Eileen and Michael D. Sapraicone Sheraton Tampa Riverwalk Hotel Stierman Construction Inc. STORR Office Environments of Florida Inc. Sunlink Broadband LLC SunTrust Bank Sysco Food Services T&T Enterprises T. Rowe Price Associates Foundation Inc. TD Bank N.A. Tactile Signage Inc. /Mr. Walter M. Hersey Tampa Armature Works Inc. Tampa Bay Advertising Federation Inc. Tampa Bay One Inc. Tampa Greyhound Track Tandy Enterprises Techawk Tampa Tribune The Washington Post Company The Wealth Building Annex Inc. Thomas Financial Group Tomlin Staffing Services Town Square Appraisals Inc. Travelers Foundation TRUIST Plato’s Closet USAA Foundation/USAA Tampa San Antonio Area Foundation Tocqueville Society Personal Giving Fund of Patti & Mike Simpson United Way of Tampa Bay VALIC Vanguard Charitable Endowments Program Verizon VoltAir Consulting Engineers The Walter Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation

WCVR/CLEARWATER Winner GK Inc. Z F D Inc./Bruce Meltzer Zeno Office Solutions PARENT AND FORMER PARENT DONORS Anonymous (7) Sally Abell Andrew P. Aberham John Abert Mr. and Mrs. James Adams Virginia and Andrew Adelson Donna Albanese Gail Alcantara Sidney and Mary Allagood Karen Amorello Jerry and Beverly Anderson Melvin and Isabel Andujar Thomas Angelo and Suzanne Gokavi Ralph and Ann Apicella Gregg and Lori Aponte Anthony and Pamela Armbrister Paul and Linda Arnone Jonathan Ash Anne Aslan Gregg Bachman and Sherrie Teddy Jeffrey and Caryn Bacon Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Bagley Jr. Brad, Kathy, Megan and Matthew Bailey Mr. and Mrs. M. Bak Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bakalor James and Terrie Baldwin Clayton and Sue Ball Jeff and Patricia Ballering Lynn M. Banigan Schezy and Steve Barbas Pearline Barclay-McCutchen Don and Kathy Bari Chris and Gail Barley Jeffrey and Carole Baron Marivic Barone Mary Lou Bartlett Matthew Zion-Basile James Baumann Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bazil Tyrone and Elizabeth Bearden Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. “Wally” Becker Jr. Richard Beckerman Scott Beckham Wendy Pattinger-Behar Manuel and Elisa Beiro Douglas and Eileen Bercham Bruce Berkowitz and Jane Elkis Berkowitz John and Deborah Berry Dr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Bertoch Charles and Michelle Bess, Blaine Bess Jim Bessette Dave and Lorraine Best Gayle and Phil Bieluch Mr. & Mrs. Ward Billhartz David and Debra Bilodeau Vishnu Birusingh and Kathrine Parawan Joe and Cindy Bladen

Mr. G. Robert Blanchard Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Rafael Blanco Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Blandford Joseph and Lisa Blank Mrs. Jamie K. Blessinger Troy and Lucille Blomberg Donald and Diane Bock James and Rhonda Bodman Brian and Karen Bogart Donald Bokshan Scott and Mary Bolenbaugh Maria and John Bonlarron Philip and Brenda Bonner Wayne A. Borden Lisa Bostick Peter A. Bourdon Francis Bousquet James and Joyce Bowers Frank and Patricia Braga Mr. and Mrs. Brancaccio Stephanie Branham Tom and Afsaneh Brani Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Brannon John and Ilene Brennan Michael and Tiffany Brennan Dan and Kathy Brice Beth and Doug Brockman Thomas and Nadine Brockman Mr. Walter T. Bromfield Gregory S. Brooks Mark and Suzan Brostowitz James and Anne Browne Rachel Browning Chris and Lisa Bruegger Robert and Donna Brunner Robert and Lorri Bruns Dr. and Mrs. Peter Brust Mr. Larry W. Bryant Linda Bryskiewicz Nancy Buchman Scott and Patricia Buck John and Karen Buckley Randy and Melissa Budd Rus Budde Philip D. Buechler Michael and Mary Burns David and Laura Burrell Dr. Maureen G. Butler Ms. Evelyn P. Butts Fernando and Paula Cabral The Calcasola Family Mrs. Andrea Calow Gregory and Annmarie Camann Peter and Vivian Cammick Patrick and Geraldine Campbell Samuel and Dawn Canan Mr. and Mrs. Leon M. Cangiano Jr. Craig and Grimalda Canha David A. Caplan Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Capobianco Christopher and Julie Capsambelis Michael and Kathy Caputo Dr. and Mrs. Paul Cardi Wendy Carothers Kyle M. Carter Michael and Cynthia Casey Brian and Teresa Cates Frances Fenn Chancey and Richard Koski *Deceased


Raymond and Lynn Charlton Stephen and Patricia Chaudoin Henry Chodosh Brenton Cianci Col. and Mrs. Brendan G. Clare Kit and Liza Clark Dr. and Mrs. Edward F. Cloutier Mr. Joe M. Collera Jr. Russell Colleran Kevin and Karen Colliton Richard and Phalla Colman Cynthia Connors Bonnie H. Cooke Melissa Corbin Barbara Corea Stewart Kempinski and Jean Corrigan Lawrence and Penny Covelli Nelson and Celene Crance Donald and Elaine Crowley Jeff and Carolyn Cuilty Ms. Patricia L. Culbreath Christopher and Teresa Cullen Kim Curry Peter and Kathryn Cushing David and Cynthia Cwalina Danny and Pamela DaDabbo David and Karin Dale Marianne and Matthew Dalton Darlene Davenport William and Robin Davies Gary and Tracy Davis John Day and Darla Max Mr. Mark S. DeVries William Dean Robert F. Dedrick Tambra and Richard Del Boccio Lynne A. Delisle and Family Bonnie Rennie DellaRocco Nicholas and Brigitta Dello Russo Frank DelloRusso Ann Dennis Edward and Francine Detmer Dave and Linda Devine Ron and Jane DiCola Lynn DiGeorgio Dr. Steven Dickey Cherie Diez Roy DiMartino Darren and Danielle Distasio Thomas and Pauline Dixon Virginia Dixon-Wood Mr. and Mrs. O. Fred Dobbins Michael and Deborah Doctor John Donia Louise and Peter Donovan Robert and Stacey Doss Paul and Cindi Dresselhaus Lawrence and Amy Dresser Bryan and Janet Drouin Patrick and Diane Duffy Peter and Deborah Dumas Mr. and Mrs.George Duncan Susan Dunn Mark and Mary Dunnigan Robert and Judith Dwyer Fidelma Edokpa Karen Edwards Tom and Mary Ehrmann *Deceased

Donna Elardo John and Lois Ellis Debra J. Elstad John Emerson David and Lisa Erickson Glenn and Catherine Evans Brad & Caroline Ewing Martin and Catherine Falaro James A. and Jeanette A. Falcon Barbara Fant Edwina Fargo John and Debra Ann Farmer Sally Fay Mr. and Mrs. Richard Federico Howard Feingold Michael and Barbara Feld Rich and BJ Fendler Denise Ferrer Owen and Kim Figgles Michael and Jan Finer Mark and Diane Finnican Russell, Maureen and Devon Firesinger Dr. Gina Firth Kerr F. Fitzgerald Scott and Susan Fitzgerald Joseph and Barbara Fitzpatrick Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzsimmons Robin and David Flando Renate Fleck Lucy and Gary Fleming Gary and Nancy Fletcher Maria M. Fonseca Robert and Karen Fornaro Pamela and George Fox Robert and Debra Francis Mrs. Luella F. Franqui Kevin A. Frantz Brett and Nancy Frey H. Max Fricker Bruce K. Friesen Mr. Jerome Fulton Mark Fulton James and Laurie Fusaro Mr. and Mrs. Jorge J. Garcia Alan and Marcia Gassman John H. Gayle V Joseph and Colleen Gazard Candace Geddes Anne and Davis Gehrenbeck-Shim Debra Geiger Mr. and Mrs. James Genuardi Ralph and Joanne Gerhart Gary and Patricia Gersitz Craig and Lesley Gibson John Gilhart Jeffrey and Susan Glatter Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Glover Richard E. Goddard Charles Goggins Donald and Kathryn Goldberg Ronnie and Joel Goldsmith Ricki J. Goldsmith Joshua Goldstein Luis and Paula Gomes Jennifer and Robert Gonnello Neville and Rebecca Gonsalves Nina Goodick Alan and Jennifer Gordon

Edward Gottlieb Dr. Ira and Risa Gottlieb Mark Granoff and Lisa Zwirn Michele Grassano Barbara A. Green Tawnya Green George and Linda Greene Kevin and Lori Greenlief Jeffrey L. Gregory June M. Griffin John Grigg Stephen and Lucile Griggs Timothy and Veronica Groth Iliana Guillen Charles and Michele and Nicole Haberkorn Stephen M. Haffner Michal Haffner Paul and Debra Halper Elisa Hamilton Edna Hankes Fred and Lisa Hannon George and Catherine Hargenrader Frank and Patti Harris Douglas and Ruth Harsham Mrs. Sandra Rae Hasbrouck Kevin and Ellen Hayes Sheldon and Jennifer Heath Nancy Henkelman Patrick Hensley Herreva Family Jessica Highsmith Susanne and Michael Hiller Mike and Gina Hines Gwen M. Hirsch Alan and Laurie Hirschhorn Dean and Vicky Hockenberry Peter and Kimberley Hofelich Mark and Theresa Holden William and Sandra Holena Amy Hollenbeck Ronald and Brenda Hollo Bill and Roseanna Horne Susan Houck Ruth and Richard Howe Jeffrey and Holly Howell Benjamin Jay Howley James and Laura Humphrey Steven and Maura Hupp Mirna Hurt Anthony and Denise Hutchinson Theodore and Martine Isabel Dr. David Clark Isele William Israel Sam and Rachel Itani Ronald and Laurin Jacobson Francis and Verdan Jagrup Michael and Susan Jarosh Dr. and Mrs. Michael G. Jeffries Thomas and Julie Jennings Bonnie-Jean Jeseo Peter and Gail Johnson Richard and Mary Ann Johnson John and Diane Jones Anne Juric Joseph Justin Peter and Sallie Kahler Allen and Randi Kampf Casey R. Kampf

Richard and Patricia Kampf Timothy and Terell A. Kaiser Pamela L. Kapit Robert Kapit Lora Kaslow Kathy and Steve Kasper Timothy Kavanagh Christopher and Kim Kazantis Daniel T. Keitel Jeff and Kathy Keller Kevin and Gretchen Kelly Kevin and Charlene Kent David and Victoria Kerr William and Maura Kinane Mr. and Mrs. James Kiner Sr. Harry W. King and Nancy J. King Jeff and Cindy King Stanley and Judith King Mark and Mary Noel King Michael and Camille King William and Susan Kingston Joseph and Mary Kinosh Cheryl Kinzler Janice Kirkwood Jack and Elisabeth Klein Fred and Carol Klingbeil James Knapp Charles and Lynn Knox John and Jane Koniszewski Jean Kopsky Pamela Kortright Daniel and Katherine Kraus John and Kelly Kreider William and Sara Kriews Alan and Laura Kriss Crystina L. Kriss Richard and Kay Kruse Gregory and Amy Kuebler Wendy and Philip LaMacchia Robert and Diane LaMontanaro Siesica Lacina Anthony and Kathleen Laferrera Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey C. Lambert Melody B. Lamont Richard and Linda Landry Lewis and Peggy Lang Alan and Mary Lash Russ and Connie Latimer Reynald and Mary Latortue

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donor honor roll

John and Jane Laursen Ms. Janice Law Anita S. Lawson The LeMarquand Family George and Patricia LeVan Michael and Nelly Leavitt Lynan and Mike Leding Paul Lee Mr. and Mrs. Russell Leibe Kevin and Patricia Leissring Donald and Darlene Leithauser Frederick F. Lennon June and Dan Lenzo Mrs. Connie J. Leow Sandra Leppert Eric and Linda Lerner John and Elaine Lesko Bernadette Russell Lett Michael and Wende Levitas Chuck and Kelli Lewis Joseph and Pamela Licata John G. Linus CFP Gary and Ellen Lisewski Stephen and Traci Lister Tina E. Lizza Richard and Joann Lockard Susan Long William and JoAnn Longley Radames and Kelly Lopez Emilie C. Lorden Tim and Lorraine Loring David and Maureen Lovell Brent and Amy Lovett Matthew and Angela Lubawy Karen Ludwig-O’Leary Christopher and Dawn Lupino Robin and Betty Lusby Mr. and Mrs. Steven F. Lux Steven and Laura Lynn Colin Macumber Linda Madden The Magid Family James and Lisa Magner Steve and Rose-Marie Magriby Terry Osborn and Barbara Main Jan Malat Joe and Beth Maline Mr. Peter B. Mann Kenneth and Susan Marciano Jeanna Marcinczyk Elaine Marcus Jillian B. Marcus Paul and Cathy Marren 66  UTjournal  Fall 2011

Mary Marshall Mr. and Mrs. John Martin Paula and Charles Martin Peter and Kristyn Martin Richard and Stacy Martin Augustin and Kelli Martinez Wayne N. and Betty S. Marx Charles Edward Mascenik Stephen and Robin Masso Larry and Dale Mathe William and Susan Mathis Charlotte Max Bill and Jane McCarthy James and Lynne McDonnell Mr. and Mrs. William R. McDonough Karen Kern McDowell Gary and Jane McGovern Matthew and Karen McGrath Keith and Eileen McGrory Thomas and Kathleen McLaughlin Mark and Roberta McClear Jane and Daniel McNamara Joseph and Sally McNeil Gene and Patsy McNichols and McNichols Family/McNichols Company Gail McNicol William and Kathleen Meacci David and Lucia Meeks Jerome M. Meguiar Virneliz and Jose Berrios Dr. and Mrs. Santiago Mesorana Diane and Mark Metell Brad and Linda Miller Carl and Cynthia Miller Jonathan Miller Neil and Kalliope Mingledorff Gina R. Moccio Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mole Miguel and Laura Molina Dianne Monaghan Dr. Hugo and Luisa Montes William Montgomery Stephanie and Camm Moore Gonzalo and Maria Morocho John and Nancy Mozier Susan Mulligan Michael Munger Lawrence and Diane Munini Edward and Gina Murdock Mr. James B. Murphy Jr. Rachel and Michael Murphy Charles and Sylvia Murphy Chris and Patricia Muth Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Naimoli Gary and Sheila Nash Darlene Nee Janelle Nelson Dragica Newton Alexandre Ngolle Richard and Debra Niles Robert and Phyllis Nixon Mark and Rita Noe Sally Giroir Noller Eric Nord Deborah Norris Kevin S. Norris Stacey Norton

Dennis Nostrand Walter Nowakowski Kevin and Valerie O’Brien Mr. Michael O’Rourke Terry and Jamie Oline James and Michelle Omage Joel and Florence Orosz Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ostroy Edward and Jodiann Pacer Kathy, Marc and Amanda Padellaro Scott and Carol Paine Tarcizo Palhano Paul and Patricia Pancoe Mr. Joseph A. Paonessa Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus C. Parker IV Mr. Kyle J. Parks Rosalie Parrillo James Parseghian Suzanne Pastor Vincent and Annette Pastue David and Susan Patnaude John and Joan Pellak Tim J. Pelot Ana J. Penaherrera Andrew and Michelle Pepper Alan and Suzanne Perry Mr. Michael D. Perry Bonnie and Scott Phillips John and Wendy Phillips Frank and Cindy Pidala Walter and Tarcila Pimentel Scott and Tammy Pinney Sarah Piscatelli Ms. Cheryl L. Pittenger Vincent and Maria Pizzurro Mr. Steven M. Platau Robert and Nancy Plewinski Bonnie Plotkin Jay Podolsky Nancy L. Poindexter James Poitras Janet Poitras Neil and Cindy Poon Tip Nicholas Poulton Robert Pounds Eileen and Pat Price Mr. and Mrs. Patrick S. Price Christopher and Kara Pride Richard M. Primavera Bill and Audrey Prynn Michael and Donna Pucilowski Dr. and Mrs. Bill Pujadas

MATCHING GIFT PROGRAM COMPANIES AT&T Foundation Matching Gift Bank of America Matching Gifts Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Caterpillar Foundation The Coca-Cola Foundation Darden Restaurants Foundation Gift Matching Program Graybar Foundation IBM Corporation Matching Gifts Program

Carol and Jeffery Pulham Kendall Putnam Mr. and Mrs. George K. Pytlik Rebecca Rabenold Randi Radziszewski Anthony and Mary Rainone Robert Ramirez John and Pauline Rathke Robin Rawlings Ronald and Ginger Reasonover Dr. Lawrence and Kelly Rebbecchi Sharon Redding Stephen M. Reedy Timothy and Jeanann Reedy Steve and Kim Rehman Stephanie Reid Dr. and Mrs. M. Scott Reminick Larry and Sherri Restuccia Dean Ricca Mr. and Mrs. George D. Rice John and Nancy Ristic Patrice T. B. Green Maureen Robidoux Tara and Wayne Robinson Alberto Rodriguez-Ramos Pedro Chavez and Maria Rodriguez Rafael and Anamari Rodriguez Nancy H. Rogerson Marilyn Dennis Roher Joseph and Marlene Rojas Jeffrey and Tammy Rolfe Michaela Romano Sonia Romero Danielle and Martin Moore Gregg and Pamela Rosen Norman and Emily Rosenbaum Tom and Cindy Rossetti Elana and William Rotter John and Terri Rouke Laurent Roux James and Cheryl Roy Kyle Roy Michael and Debra Royal Ann M Rubin Gregory and Dana Rucco Dawn Ruggieri Bonner Rust Mr. Matthew J. Ryan Allen and Karen Sahs Elaine Sahs Jeff and Gerrie Sammak Karen E. Sanford

J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation Merchants Association of Florida Merck Partnership for Giving MetLife Foundation PPG Industries Foundation Matching Gift Center Prudential Foundation Raytheon Company Travelers Foundation USAA Matching Gift Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation Verizon

*Deceased


Dick and Laurie Sanford Ralph and Susan Santell Kenneth and Denise Sauter Joseph and Michele Schafer Dr. Mary Jane Schenck Bobbi and Nate Schilberg Dennis and Brenda Schleper Richard Schmidt William M. and Mary T. Schmitz Steven Scholz Francis and Karen Schrader Julie Schuck Lou and Janice Scinta John and Tierney Screven Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Seligman Sean T. McEntee Steven and Robyn Seltzer Donna and Rob Sergi Edward and Sarah Serwa Mark and Annette Sevegny Kevin and Valerie Shaffer R. Shaffer William and Ivette Shaheen Richard Shapiro Jessica Shvarts Jeffrey and Claudia Shavelson John D. and Kathleen M. Sheridan Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Shields Hannele and Howard Shild George and Barbara Shirk Nannette and Nathan Shor Robert A. Siegel Andrea and Kurt Sieradzki Stephen S. Silver Rosemary Morris Silvestro Jay and Lynne Simon Mark and Denise Simon Steve and Paula Simon Lee and Carolyn Smith Courtney O. Smith Eric W. Smith Robert and Karen Smith Paul and Marion Smith Beverly A. Snelling Mr. Rudy Snow Dr. Timothy L. Snyder Mr. Bill Snyder Jr. William and Michelle Socha The Sohm Family Katelyn E. Soja Raymond and Marcia Soja Renato and Deannarose Soller Robert and Lisa Solomon Steven and Mary Solomon Richard and Barbara Soucie Michael and Amy Southard Mystique Sowell Kevin and Suzanne Sparkman Constantin and Janet Spatoulas Raymond and Effie Speyer John and Mary Ann Spinnato Jack and Barbara Stagnari Steven and Erin Stamets Douglas and Dina Stamm Kristin Stapleton Dr. William and Dr. Kathleen Steeves Donald and Rita Steiner Michael Roye and Marguerite Stenman *Deceased

Craig and Susan Stephenson Joseph and Charlotte Stevens Dennis Stierer Betty E. Stobbs Peter and Karen Stone Russ and Denise Streeker Jeffrey and Angela Strouse Keith and Salli Struble Dr. John Sumner Tanshin Adnan Tan Dr. and Mrs. Tarantino Monica Tennie George and Deborah Thenault Lance D. Thomas Peter and Anita Thomas Joseph and Michelle Thurman Charlene Tobie William and Maya Todd Carli S. Todd Edwin S. Torres Fernando and Maria Torres Maria Torres Deirdhre Touza-Catapano Michele Touza Terry Clifton and Jackie Ann Weierman Tressler Linda and Vincent Troise 2Lt. John Truppa Shirley and Daniel Trzaska Steven and Rosalyn Tubbs Mr. and Mrs. Riley M. Tucker Albert and Carolyn Tzeel David and Sharon Unterreiner Albert and Annette Urick John and Cheryl Vallarelli Dan and Jennifer Van Horn Dr. and Ms. Charles Varghese Charles and Jacqueline Vartanian Ronald L. Vaughn Frank and Joanne Venezia Mr. and Mrs. Arnold A. Virgilio Mark and Mary Viseckas Seth Voiron Dolores and Wolfgang Walcker Joseph and Nancy Walsh Bill and Judy Ward Mr. and Mrs. Claude R. “Rick” Watts Alice and Fred Webb Patti A. Weg Joseph S. Weiler Jr. Candace and Brad Weiss Robert and Karen Westfall Kelly Whalen Kirk and Lisa Whalen Daniel and Janice White Stephen and Theresa White Ruth White, CLU, CLTC Raymond and Helene Wiede LTC and Mrs. John N. Wiegner Gregory and Lisa Wilhelm Kenneth and Teresa Wilkes Mrs. Brenda L. Williams Evans Williams Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Williams Todd Wittenstein William and Christine Wooten Randy White and Sandy Rogers John and Sharon Yarab

Scott and Linda Zakheim Ben and Nancy Zeltner David and Donna Zushma friends of ut The University of Tampa would like to recognize these special friends that have made contributions to UT during the fiscal year. Dominic P. Albanese Mrs. Beth Arthur Ernesto and Judith Baizan Martha Barroso Alexander J. Bass Carmine Bell Jennifer Beltrani Christopher Bisson Charles Bowen Carol Brown Wendy Burnette Mary and Stephen Burroughs Jennie and Vito Camarda Veronica Cambra Ted and Patricia Cardoso Ivan Sene Do Carmo Edward and Brenda Christman Evan M. Cochuyt Bob Cogan Betty S. Cohen Gail Coleman John Connolly and Deborah Kurelik Reba F. Cook Glen and Christine Cosgrove C. Wayne and Barbara Cruse Mr. Daniel H. Cuneo Helen Catherine Daley Ms. Carol E. Deangelis Sharyn Duval Charles N. Fallon Nancy Feliciano Robert Farrell Cheryl Forest Patricia Frazier Michael and Wendy M. Gilbert Beatrice T. Giunta Mr. Sam A. Giunta Victoria J. Giunta Laura Green Timothy J. Hermann Gaida Hislop Anne Hoerbelt Finnie and Tanya Holder Mr. Rudolph A. Jacobs Joy Johnson Jakelis Mary Scanio Jasinski Gloria Keyser Ms. Theodora Klein Michael and Pamela Kneapler Richard and Valerie Knight Robin R. Kraemer Katie Krienitz Mr. Michael C. Lauder Ms. Alice Carter Lawton Mildred and Philip Le Marquand Mrs. Patricia Clark LeVarge Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Levine Joseph Lisewski

Mr. John Long Patricia Zades Loposky Molly McLoughlin Tristan McMorran Carole Mehlman Ms. Jean M. Miley Elizabeth E. Mitchell Miss Liza A. Mizel Mr. Charles C. Moores Mary Joanne Douglas Nelson Louise Neuburger Mrs. Jackie O’Connor Susan and Russ Palmer Ana B. Penaherrera Nicole Perone Bill Philin-Ploplis Maria C. Phillips Michael and Lynn Puckett Elizabeth Reid Anthony Rinaldo and Josephine Martino Rinaldo Kathy Fountain Robertson Nicole Robinson Dr. Allen W. and Mrs. Janet G. Root Frank L. Rosenblatt Mrs. Dona Dunitra Rosu Bob and Iris Rudin Angela Vlachos Ruth Jonathan Rutkowski Mark D. and Linda Saul Sena Ms. Suzanne Skubrick Deborah Kent Skyrms Josh Spiegelhoff Vik and Patty Sriram Laura E. Strite Gregory Tate and Kathryn Beeson Josephine Terregroosa Susan A. Travis Corinne Colby Trithart Flossie P. Uzenoff Scott Wall Mr. Douglas K. Werner Catherine Whelan Joseph Wiendl Jerry and Christy Winson Michael and Leslie Woodcock Ms. Millie Yates Mr. Ronald Zinck

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minaret moment

A Key Moment In 1933, two years after UT’s founding, the University’s first president, Frederic H. Spaulding (left), unlocks the massive front door of the former Tampa Bay Hotel, which would from then on be The University of Tampa’s landmark building. Accompanying him is John Coulson, dean of the college and professor of astronomy. Today, thousands of students pass through those same doors every day, and the iconic Plant Hall continues to symbolize UT’s past and future.

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