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2012 Annual Report and Honor Roll of Donors

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Editor

Sarah B. Harlan ’10

Research Director

Debra S. Laster

Production Managers

Terri J. Bischoff

Leslie D. Parker

Art Direction and Design

Zachary A. Weigand ’02

Photographers

Elizabeth Courtney Randolph

LaVerne L. Jones ’05

Advisor

David A. Bower

Contributing Staff

Janel S. Allen

Danielle S. Artis

Mary Ann Bernard

Ayana O. Blair

Virginia L. Bryant

Michael A. Cathro ’05

John A. Farless ’98

Kathy W. Funke

Andrea R. Gentry ’05

Barbara J. Goodwin

Mary A. Hupfer ’84 M’94

Rachel L. Jones

Timothy R. Jones ’01

Katie M. Mathew ’08

Juanita R. Musich ’10

Paula J. Nurrenbern

Stephanie N. Russell

Gayle L. Shoulders

Adam S. Trinkel ’09

Sherry M. Tynes

University of Southern Indiana Foundation Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2012 We are pleased to present the 2012 Annual Report and Honor Roll of Donors. This year we continue our format with stories and photos of incredible individuals associated with the University. Some are recipients of your generosity and others, by their gifts, participate in the University of Southern Indiana Foundation’s mission of support. These compelling stories depict only a fraction of the people supported through the generosity of those who make gifts to the University of Southern Indiana Foundation, but dramatically illustrate the profound benefit private gifts provide. We hope you enjoy this year’s edition.

A complete list of donors to Foundation programs can be found at www.usi.edu/giving. Click on the Honor Roll of Donors link. If you do not want your name to appear in the online listing, notify the Foundation office at 812/464-1918. On the cover After 21 years the University of Southern Indiana Spring Commencement was held, once again, on campus. Spring 2012 Commencement took place over two days in April with five ceremonies in the Physical Activities Center. More than 900 students participated. “Since we have held the fall Commencement on campus, graduates and their families have responded enthusiastically to being at USI for degree conferral,” said President Linda L. M. Bennett. “With spring Commencement now on campus, more families will experience a memorable connection to the University at the time of great achievement for our graduates.”


Dear Friends: Around this time of year, I’m often reminded of all that we have to be thankful for. This year, I’ve been reflecting on the variety of opportunities our students and faculty have in the areas of study and research—opportunities that help us become a stronger and more vibrant community, and create a positive footprint in the region and around the world. Many opportunities wouldn’t be possible without the support of friends like you. Your gifts to the USI Foundation make you part of a silent partnership with the University. Behind the scenes, your support is helping to pave the way for new and exciting opportunities. Over the past year, scholarships made it possible for a number of our students to study and take part in internships overseas. I’m particularly excited about these expanded global offerings. In the latest issue of USI Magazine, we reported on Jessica Durkin, a student who is cataloging all of the religious architecture in Evansville. Jessica is able to do this because a bequest years ago from a thoughtful University friend provides support for USI students now and will do so in perpetuity. This fall, with the help of another benefactor, our new Applied Engineering Center will be completed and our students will begin using it in the spring. Through the Center, we’ll be partnering with local industry in groundbreaking ways. We have stories like this across our campus. Private gifts for the College of Liberal Arts help underwrite resources and provide funds for faculty research and development. Donors to our College of Nursing and Health Professions make possible a faculty enhancement fund for ongoing education, as well as opportunities for students, research, and community health programs. Gifts to the Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education make it possible for students and faculty to take part in research and attend conferences. Investments in sports programs help underwrite scholarships for our athletes on 13 varsity teams. Your support also provides financial assistance and merit awards. More than  1,043 scholarships are awarded each year from private scholarship funds— a total value of more than $1.3 million. Without your help, and that of other friends like you, none of this would be possible. Our students and faculty are reaching new levels of excellence. Thank you for all you do to continue to make USI a success.

Linda L. M. Bennett, Ph.D. President University of Southern Indiana Undergraduate research in chemistry lab

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Dear Alumni and Friends of USI, This year, the morning of October 10 was sunny and crisp. Surrounded by brilliant foliage of maple, birch, and elm trees, officials from Vanderburgh County, USI, and Burdette Park gathered on campus with students, faculty, and interested citizens to formally open the USI-Burdette Trail. This three-mile paved greenway is a point of pride, not only for the University and Burdette Park, but for all of Evansville and the entire county. One of the speakers at the ribbon-cutting ceremony called to mind the memory of Shirley W. James, another, that of the late Judge William H. Miller. Both of these individuals adopted Evansville as their home, were activists for positive change in this community, always advocated for good, and were staunch supporters of USI and of the partnership to build the USI-Burdette Trail. I knew Mrs. James and Judge Miller well. Their efforts on behalf of this project, and for so many others, can be summed up in a quote by the American psychologist and philosopher, William James (1842– 1910), “The greatest use of life is to spend it for something that will outlast it.” It was over 20 years ago when the trail was first envisioned. In the ensuing years, people like James and Miller and a host of others kept advancing the idea. After years of committee work and collaboration between city, county, University, and the state of Indiana, it came to fruition. Without those early leaders, however, this new walking and biking trail which “flows like a ribbon across the natural landscape between the University campus and Burdette Park” would not exist. Those of you reading this report follow in that tradition. Your gifts to benefit the University of Southern Indiana ensure its future. Because of your generosity, I am pleased to report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012, gifts to the USI Foundation totaled $7,026,906. The assets of the Foundation grew by $6.1 million to a record $83.6 million. Your belief in USI has led to your support for this great institution. We remain grateful for your continuing conviction that higher education changes lives for the better and that USI provides the high-quality education required in today’s competitive world. Mindful of those who have given in the past, and confident about all who will give in the future, I thank you for your generous gifts this past fiscal year. It is a privilege to serve you in your efforts to benefit our students, faculty, and community. Sincerely,

David A. Bower, CFRE Director of University Development President, USI Foundation Enjoying the USI-Burdette Trail

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De ’96 and Tim ’82 Brown

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passion for their alma mater, a desire to help student athletes beyond the basketball court, and a company matching gift program kindled an interest in Tim and De Brown to offer financial support to the University of Southern Indiana. The Browns have been basketball season ticket holders for 18 years. The Browns met while students at USI, and their paths crossed during student events. Tim was a member of Student Union Board (now Activities Programming Board (APB), Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, and served as a Big Brother to Sigma Kappa sorority. De was a Sigma Kappa and a Little Sister to Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Tim graduated in 1982. De worked full-time, continued with classes, and graduated in 1996. She worked in the Registrar’s Office and then transferred to Human Resources.

We agreed that assisting them through a scholarship would be something that could benefit them the rest of their lives.” Tim was working at GE Plastics at that time and the company offered a matching program for gifts to nonprofit organizations. “The matching gift program was another incentive to give to the Varsity Club,” they said. Tim is the Americas product coordinator for SABIC Engineering Resins (formerly GE Plastics). He interacts daily with people on every continent to meet the needs of the customers. “I returned to USI and completed courses which helped me reach my current position,” he said.

De volunteered to take tickets at USI basketball games, and Tim joined her. He followed USI basketball as a student when games were played at the gym of the original YMCA and then at the Physical Activities Center. “I’m not sure if there were more students in attendance then, but I can tell you we were loud and a force to be reckoned with.”

De is the site employee relations manager for the Nuclear Engineering Group of the Babcock and Wilcox Company. She directs on-site employees in all areas of their employment, from recruitment to retirement. She also is a member of the advisory board for the Ivy Tech Corporate College. The board encourages students to look at two-year degrees in a technical area. She promotes the two-year degree, knowing it can lead to a four-year degree, possibly at USI.

“We joined the Varsity Club, whose membership fees go to scholarship support,” De said. “While attending games, we learned the personal history of the players and some of their struggles.

Their daughters, Allison Brown ’09 and Chelsea West ’07, are enrolled in graduate programs at USI, observing a Brown family tradition of college degrees from USI.

Glorisel Cruz

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lorisel Cruz was born in Jalisco, Mexico. She arrived in the United States in 2000 at the age of eight when her family moved to Chicago, Illinois, and later to Logansport, Indiana. A high school education was out of reach for her parents. Her siblings completed high school and entered the workforce. Cruz is the first in her family to attend college. Cruz is a junior at the University of Southern Indiana. She pursues a double major, studying Spanish and health services, and is regularly on the honors list. The dean of the College of Liberal Arts recognized her academic work and presented her with one of two of the college’s $1,000 USI Foundation Excellence in Learning awards. “It represents my sacrifices to get where I am, but it also is recognition for my family’s sacrifices,” said Cruz. “I hope other minority students see me as an example, so they will believe they can achieve more than they think.” “Glorisel is one of the most committed students with a Hispanic heritage we have at USI,” said Dr. Manuel Apodaca-Valdez, assistant professor of Spanish. He and his wife Dr. Norma Rosas Mayen, also an assistant professor of Spanish, led a two-week global engagement research program this past summer, and Cruz was one of eight students who conducted interviews and immersed herself in cultural aspects of Dominican life. As a first-generation college student, Cruz often relies on support from other students and administrators in the academic world.

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“My parents only finished third grade,” she said. “They’re supportive, but don’t always understand the demands on a college student.” Cruz turned to the Student Support Services (SSS) program in University Division for assistance. SSS is one of eight grantfunded TRIO programs offered through the U.S. Department of Education. The USI SSS program helps to motivate 140 eligible students to successfully complete their college degrees. “Student Support Services is more than a program, it’s a family,” said Cruz. “They care about your academic success and your personal wellness. Once, I had a family emergency and had to go home. The next day, the director called me to see if everything was alright. That meant a lot to me.” In the spring she received a Student of the Year award from the program. Student of the Year winners are entrusted to serve as ambassadors for the SSS program and encourage fellow SSS students to achieve their goals. Cruz fills her days helping other students. She is enrolled in the Honors Program, serves as historian of the Hispanic Student Union, participates in programs through USI’s Multicultural Center, and, as a resident assistant, is a mentor for students who live on campus. Cruz also holds the Gordon and Gail Kelley Health Professions Award, the Indiana Higher Education Award, and a departmental scholarship.

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Robert “Bob” and Gayle Jeffers

Danyelle Granger M’06, left, and Janet Heldt Baas ’86 of the Old National Bank Foundation

Lesson on benefits of giving

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or 17 years Robert “Bob” and Gayle Jeffers have been members of the President’s Associates, the most prestigious giving society of the University of Southern Indiana Foundation. Both are in education fields. Bob is an instructor in advertising at USI and Gayle is a psychologist for the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation. They hope their giving serves as a model for friends, colleagues, and students.

pound for the tabs. She had enlisted USI employees to help her. The money received supported the local RMH.

“I remember how important scholarships were for me as a student,” Bob said. “My family didn’t have a lot of money.

“The reaction from my students when we presented Jenny with the tabs was wonderful,” he said. “Having the ability to give to someone in their community without getting anything in return is a valuable lesson. That selfless generosity made the students feel good, and the project was arguably the highlight of my 20 years at the University.”

“I admire the people who fund substantial scholarships at USI, and I’m sure they’ve been told a number of times how much they positively affect a student’s life. But I also believe even the smallest scholarship helps.” Last year, Bob witnessed how students react when they are inspired to give. Jenny Medcraft, a colleague of Bob’s who retired recently from USI as a computer systems analyst, benefitted from the Ronald McDonald House (RMH) during her son’s five-year battle with cancer. She supported a RMH campaign by collecting pull tabs from beverage cans, and a recycling company agreed to pay a premium rate per

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When Bob heard about her effort, he challenged the students in his Introduction to Advertising class to collect pull tabs. In eight weeks, the USI students collected 57,000 pull tabs. They brought them to class in bags, jars, boxes, and tubs—30 containers in all.

Knowing they are making a positive difference in the lives of young people drew both Gayle and Bob to the education field. “Bob and I feel lucky to work in an environment where we watch students develop the skills to become successful adults,” she said. “It’s rewarding to see students accomplish goals and improve their lives.” Members of the President’s Associates make annual gifts of $1,000 or more.

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any alumni and friends of the University of Southern Indiana multiply their annual support by taking advantage of employers’ matching gifts programs. Old National Bank supports their employees’ interests by matching up to $250 of their charitable gifts annually to the USI Foundation. “Giving back is an essential corporate value, woven into the very fabric of our business model—a way of ensuring our own success and the success of our communities and our community partners,” notes Danyelle Granger M’06, Old National Bank Foundation program officer. More than 100 employees of Old National Bank support scholarship endowments, Athletics, the Alumni Association, the College of Business, Historic New Harmony, and the USI Annual Fund, among others. As friends of the University, donors who are Old National Bank employees understand how important higher education is to our community.

contributions to educational institutions,” said Old National Bank Foundation President Janet Heldt Baas ’86. “Old National Bank believes strongly in the power of education to help provide the resources for individuals to strengthen and enrich their lives as well as those in the communities of which they’re a part,” Granger said. More than 230 companies offer matching gift programs that benefit the USI Foundation. To find out if your company matches gifts to the University, visit www.matchinggifts.com/usi. In some cases, companies may match gifts of a retiree or spouse of an employee. Take this opportunity to increase your gift to USI. You will receive full credit for a matching gift.

“It is very encouraging to work for an organization that is not only supportive of my volunteer efforts but also of my financial

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Assets

Carol and Bruce Baker

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esidents of Warrick County, Indiana, Bruce and Carol Baker have been lifelong friends of the University of Southern Indiana.

private donations, including from the Bakers, and given to the Foundation in 1983.

Bruce, who owns and operates Newburgh Healthcare and Residential Center, is chair of the USI Foundation Board of Directors. It could be said that the Bakers are the first, or near the first donors to give at a high level to any new initiative from the USI Foundation. They are one of five members who give at the Varsity Club’s Platinum Eagle level, a new level of giving started in 2011.

In addition to their own generosity, the Bakers have introduced many others to USI, including many who have become loyal supporters. “We just take great pride in the University. It’s been a cooperative group of people working together,” said Bruce.

“Our lives would not have been the same without the opportunity to be involved with USI,” said Bruce. “We’ve been given so much by this University. It’s truly our responsibility to give back. We’ve worked very hard at it and it’s been fun.” He has given more than 18 years of service to USI’s Board of Trustees—the longest tenure of any trustee. As a trustee, Bruce has seen the beginning of many building projects at USI, the latest being the new Teaching Theatre which broke ground in fall 2012. “We’ve seen this place grow and we’ve been very proud to be a part of that,” he said. The Bakers have served the University through all three of its presidents. “We’ve had three wonderful presidents,” said Carol. “Each one was the right person at the right time.” Carol has given an equal share of time and talent as a champion of University activities, particularly her involvement as chair of the committee for the University Home, which was built through

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In 2008, both Bruce and Carol were awarded honorary Doctor of Law degrees for their volunteer leadership, philanthropy, and friendship to the University. They are perpetual members of the USI Foundation President’s Associates and supporters of the Varsity Club and Historic New Harmony. In 2007, they were chosen as the USI Foundation’s first recipients of the Suzanne A. Nicholson Leadership Award. The USI Alumni Association also presented the Bakers with the Special Recognition Award for volunteer service in 1998. They are both active in the community. Bruce is a charter member of the Newburgh Historical Society, a life member of the Indiana University Alumni Association, and serves on the board of WNIN Channel 9. He also served as a lieutenant in the United States Army. Carol graduated from Kentucky Wesleyan University and is a retired kindergarten teacher. She is a longtime member and life director of the USI Foundation Board of Directors and serves on the board of the USI Society for Arts and Humanities.

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Cash Accounts and interest receivable Contributions receivable, net Prepaid expenses Investments Cash value of life insurance Beneficial interest in charitable remainder trusts Beneficial interest in perpetual trusts Beneficial interest in Community Foundation Real estate held for investment Land Buildings, net of accumulated depreciation; 2012 – $215,818, 2011 – $244,253 Buildings held for disposal, net of accumulated depreciation; 2012 – $47,972, 2011 – $0 Property management deposits Total assets

$

2012

599,014 83,176 4,729,501 17,535 70,416,808 258,726 680,416 3,005,440 55,467 2,406,765 289,918

$

2011

705,964 93,725 826,240 1,984 68,186,768 178,836 689,081 3,092,429 59,758 2,348,560 375,483

669,488

978,124

207,428 3,775 $83,423,457

— 3,925 $77,540,877

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Liabilities and Net Assets Liabilities Accounts payable Deposits Deferred income Payable to related parties Annuities payable Total liabilities Net Assets Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted Total net assets Total liabilities and net assets

30,038 2,700 14,610 415,111 1,912,038 2,374,497

22,464 2,600 3,735 465,294 1,081,653 1,575,746

12,443,665 32,819,586 35,785,709 81,048,960

12,612,843 29,655,504 33,696,784 75,965,131

$83,423,457

$77,540,877

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Our Donors Legacy of a Lifetime of Giving 2011–2012 Gifts for USI $7.03 million

Academics and Enrichment Programs ($3,346,541) Other Unrestricted Gifts ($1,109,544) Scholarships ($1,032,663) Other Restricted Gifts ($792,789)

The Jennings D. Carter Society: $1 Million+

The Joseph E. O’Daniel Society: $250,000 to $499,999

Margaret H. and Lori H. Blair

Alcoa Foundation

The C. Wayne Worthington Society: $100,000 to $249,999

Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation

Bruce H. and Carol A. Baker

An Anonymous Friend

Jennings D. and Ann Y. Carter

Bussing-Koch Foundation Inc.

John J. and Rosemarie T. Albers

Jennings D. and Josephine K. Carter

Lilybell M. Day

M. E. Albon Foundation Inc.

Olive Carruthers Clifft

Deaconess Foundation

Harold W. Ashley†

The Evansville Courier & Press Co.

Stanley B. Atkinson†

Frances J. Forsythe†

Berry Plastics Corp.

Capital Projects/Property ($253,278)

Rebecca Nunn Couch

Annual Fund ($237,194)

Epi-Hab Evansville Inc.

Commmunity Outreach ($140,910)

Susie Gumberts

Athletics ($113,987)

Edward F. Harrison†

Lilly Endowment Inc. Palmina F. and Stephen S.† Pace Robert H. and Elaine H. Pott Foundation

$7,026,906

Friends ($2,632,144) Corporations/Foundations/Associations ($2,182,389) Grants ($1,738,708) Alumni ($473,665)

Z. Olen and Inez G. Pumphrey †

Aline Nunn Renner† Henry W. Ruston† James A. Sanders Southern Indiana Higher Education Inc. Dallas Bower Suhrheinrich† W. Paul† and Mildred B.† Torrington Ruth Gray Yates†

Donors by Category 4,860 Total Donors Friends (2,432) Alumni (1,875) Corporations/Foundations/Associations (541) Grants (12)

The Fred C. Newman Society: $500,000 to $999,999 Mary Weiss Barnhart

Henry J. and Hazel D. Bennighof Scholarship Trust Robert Lee Blaffer Foundation Marian Baker Boelson† Fifth Third Bank Anne G. Harpole† William J. Joergens† Centennial ’66-69 John M. Lawrence ’73

Annual Fund Total Gifts $237,194 Total

Friends Campaign ($114,079)

Daniel M. and Janet L. Fuquay

Black Beauty Coal Co.

Raymond H. and Mary Pelle Goebel

Genevieve Brizius Bootz

Robert E. and Judith A. Griffin

Robert Brezette and Jane A. Davis-Brezette

William C. H.† and Phyllis R. Grimm

Marion D. Brown Trust

Elmer W. and Doris J. Halwes

Mark D. and Jennifer M. Browning

Charles E.† and Erma N.† Hirsch

Richard M.† and Martha B.† Brumfield

J. David and Sarah K. Huber

Jack G. and Bertha J. Burgdorf

Integra Bank Corp.

Ralph F.† and Harriet J. Carlson

Margery F. Kahn†

Central Indiana Corporate Partnership Foundation

Donald R.† and Allene H. Hazeltine

Sources of Gift Income

Kenneth P. McCutchan† Fred C.† and Cornelia S.† Newman D. Patrick and Rosemary L. O’Daniel Victor V. Schriefer Jr.

Alumni Campaign ($86,947)

Scripps Howard Foundation

Corporate Campaign ($36,168)

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana Inc.

Robert M. and Marguerite G. ’72 Kent Clifford A.† and Ruth Mueller† Kleymeyer Koch Foundation Inc. John D. Lippert† and Judith V. Lippert Walker William H.† and Trudy E. Mitchell Joseph E.† and Marie N.† O’Daniel Walter H. Ohlrogge† Old National Bank Robert D.† and Mary Kay† Orr Posey County Community Foundation Ethel Reed† Robert A. and Carole D. ’77 Rust The Edgar W. and Lucile E. Schergens Foundation Inc. Walter F.† and Louise C.† Sill Vectren Corp./Foundation Welborn Baptist Foundation Inc. Victoria L. Wertz† West Side Nut Club C. Wayne† and Betty J. Worthington Elizabeth Hartmetz Zutt†

Selma E. Wietrich†

Steven E. and Terri Chancellor Corporation for National and Community Service Robert A. and Billie A. Davies John L. and Pamela A. ’83 Deem John M. and Gail A. Dunn Bettie G. Engelbrecht Susan R. Enlow Escalade Sports Paul C. and Madeline S.† Fletchall Foundation for Community Health Edward P. and Mary Anne M. Fox Jacob N., Lillian M., and Nathan M. Frank Trust Edward F. and June Frederking Edward E.† and Virginia L.† Fritz GE Foundation James J. Giancola Sally H. Giancola Emma A. Gorby† Joel E.† and Jane Hickam Grizzell Hafer Associates PC † Deceased

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Mary Legler Wilson

Alfred H. and Doris J. Grabhorn

St. Mary’s Health Care Services

Henry J.† and Hazel D.† Bennighof

Harry C. and Misook P. ’85 Doolittle

Richard G. and Shirley W. James

World Learning

The Haddad Foundation

Roy W. Sanders

Robert F. and Florence R. Bernhardt

The DuPont Merck Pharmaceutical Co.

Arthur G. Kanzler

Raymond E. and Marilyn L. Wright

Harding Shymanski and Co.

Edgar R. and Marie C. Santon Trust

Mary Alice Bertram

Efroymson Family Fund

Grace H. Hart

SBC Foundation

Walter E. and Mary C. Beyer

Helen Elliott†

The 1965 Society: $50,000 to $99,999

John A. Hartford Foundation

Dorothea Johnson Schlechte†

Biagi Chance Cummins London and Titzer

Susan R. Enlow

Loren D. Herrli

Robert Lee Blaffer Foundation

Epi-Hab Evansville Inc.

An Anonymous Friend

Michael H. Hochstat and Stephanie J. Ressler-Hochstat

Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trusts, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee Schnucks Food & Drug

Margaret H. Blair and Lori H. Blair

City of Evansville

Barbara K. Blevins

The Evansville Courier & Press Co.

Industrial Contractors Inc. †

The Kimball International-Habig Foundation Inc. Margie R. Kinder† Margaret C. Korbel Memorial Trust Hugh B. and Eleanor Ray Lee Ruth Lilly†

Alpha Omega Psi Fraternity Inc. Louis Amiguet

Lumina Foundation for Education Timothy B. Mahoney

Frederick P. and Helen M. Bamberger †

Kenneth E. and Elizabeth J. McCoy †

James R. and Valerie A. M’05 McKinney Cynderella McDowell Miller† NBD Bank NA

Keith J. and Jean L. Benedict Robert F.† and Florence R.† Bernhardt Mary Alice Bertram Biagi Chance Cummins London and Titzer

B. Russell Neathery Evelyn K. Oeth-Sanders

Ohio Valley HeartCare

BKD LLP James R.† and Barbara K. Blevins Michael C. and Mannetta H. Braunstein

Ole J. Olsen Jr.

Sol and Arlene Bronstein Foundation

Jane Blaffer Owen† Ethel Mae Jenney Payne† L. Bernard† and F. Lena† Powers David L. and Betty F. Rice Frederick B.† and Pauline A.† Riechmann Ronald D. ’73 and Connie S. ’74 Romain Georgiana T. Schoeny

Donald H. and Loretta E. Anderson †

Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana

Helen M. Mallette†

E. Harvey† and Shirley C.† Seaman Marvin L. and Joan B. Smith Springleaf Finance Foundation Jack A. and Alice M. Strassweg Foster H.† and Virginia L. Tolliver Thomas E. and Gina R. ’97 Topper †

Frederick T.† and Elise Moutoux† Trautvetter USI Bookstore

Louise S. Bruce† Edward L. and Holley A. Brundick David R. and Vicki T. Campbell Casino Aztar H. Lee and Ann S. Cooper W. Edward† and Dorthy Vogelbach† Cowley Barry E. and Kay L. Cox Virginia B. Cox† Henry H. Dersch Sr.† Harry C. and Misook P. ’85 Doolittle Rolland M. and Phyllis J. Eckels Efroymson Family Fund Helen Elliott† Evansville Retired Teachers Association Evansville Sheet Metal Works Inc.

Jerry R. Wade The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Inc. Paul J. and Eleanor R. Werner James L. and Eileen Berendes Will John H. Willis

John W. ’71 and Cindy ’72 Fehrenbacher Philip C. and Helen J. Fisher Elizabeth G. Fortune† Joseph E. and Neal A. Franklin Helene Fuld Health Trust

Linda L. Willis

Daniel C. and Andrea M. ’99† Fuquay

Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari

Barry K. and Angela M. Schonberger

H. Ray and Linda L. Hoops

Marlene V. Shaw

C. Mark and Joyce W. Hubbard

Alan N. and Susan Shovers

H. Byron† and Marjorie D.† Hubbard

Southern Indiana Education Center

James B. and Diane Foster Igleheart

Chris and Ann M. Stack

Indiana Campus Compact

Barry L. and Sherrianne M. Standley

JARCO/A. Wayne Place†

Frank L. and Marilyn M. Stanonis

Alan H. and Marilyn F. Johnson

Laurence R. and Judy M. Steenberg

Kahn Dees Donovan and Kahn LLP

Sterling Boiler and Mechanical Inc.

Gordon E. and Gail R. Kelley

D. W. and Alma S. Vaughn

Patricia Koch

VPS Architecture

Whirlpool Foundation

Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation

Charles C.† and Loine M. White

Donald B. and Jean Ogle Korb

Jeffrey L. ’81 and Laurie E. Wilmes

Thomas O. and Karen D.† Magan Jackson L. and Barbara A. Marr †

Alice G. May

Earl S. and Bridget Muldoon McDaniel Charles L. McGlothlin† Ruth D. Melvin† Military Family Research Institute Lucile A. Moutoux† William J.† and Alda E.† Moutoux National Writing Project

W. D.† and Kathryn Wilhite Albert A.† and Sarah G.† Woll Byron C. and Joanne B. Wright Ted C. and Clare D. Ziemer

President’s Associates Perpetual Members An Anonymous Friend Administration for Children and Families John J. and Rosemarie T. Albers Louis Amiguet

Donald H.† and Loretta E.† Anderson

Marjoria Springer Ogilvy†

Harold W. Ashley†

PPG Industries Private Industry Council of Southwest Indiana Aleen K. Rankin Robert C. ’71 and Mary A. Roeder William Ross†

Federal Emergency Management Agency – Mitigation Division

Michael C. and Mannetta H. Braunstein Donald R. ’83 and Susan L. Breivogel Robert Brezette and Jane A. Davis-Brezette Bristol-Myers Squibb Marion D. Brown† Mark D. and Jennifer M. Browning Louise S. Bruce† Richard M.† and Martha B.† Brumfield Lynn D. ’73 and Debra Busing Bussing-Koch Foundation Inc. Ralph F.† and Harriet J. Carlson Jennings D.† and Ann Y.† Carter Jennings D.† and Josephine K.† Carter Central Indiana Corporate Partnership Foundation

Bruce H. and Carol A. Baker Robert O. and Susan P. Baker Mary Weiss Barnhart†

Allen W. Clowes

H. Lee and Ann S. Cooper Corporation for Educational Communication Corporation for National & Community Service Rebecca Nunn Couch† W. Edward† and Dorthy Vogelbach† Cowley Robert A. and Sara Burckhartt† Davies

Alma Schulien Baker† †

Olive Carruthers Clifft†

Virginia B. Cox†

Stanley B. Atkinson†

Frederick P.† and Helen M.† Bamberger

SABIC Innovative Plastics

Evansville Retired Teachers Association

Joseph P.† and June L. Coslett

Nike Corp.

Marian Baker Boelson

Genevieve Brizius Bootz

Children’s Bureau

Alcoa Foundation

John Lee and Phebe Newman

Jack G. and Bertha J. Burgdorf

Robert L. and Mary L. Koch †

Robert A. and Billie A. Davies Lilybell M. Day† Deaconess Foundation John L. and Pamela A. ’83 Deem

Fifth Third Bank Paul C. and Madeline S.† Fletchall Frances J. Forsythe† Elizabeth G. Fortune† Foundation for Community Health Jacob N., Lillian M., and Nathan M. Frank Trust Edward F. and June Frederking Edward E.† and Virginia L.† Fritz Helene Fuld Health Trust Daniel C. and Andrea M. ’99† Fuquay Daniel M. and Janet L. Fuquay James J. Giancola Sally H. Giancola Raymond H.† and Mary Pelle† Goebel Emma A. Gorby† Alfred H. and Doris J. Grabhorn Robert E. and Judith A. Griffin William C. H.† and Phyllis R. Grimm Joel E.† and Jane Hickam Grizzell Grow Southwest Indiana Workforce Board Inc. Susie Gumberts† The Haddad Foundation Elmer W. and Doris J. Halwes Daisy Pauline Hardy† Louis† and Anne G.† Harpole Edward F. Harrison† Grace H. Hart† John A. Hartford Foundation Donald R.† and Allene H. Hazeltine

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Health Resources and Service Administration

Clifford A.† and Ruth Mueller† Kleymeyer

Kenneth Dale† and Jane Blaffer† Owen

Dallas Bower Suhrheinrich†

Wanda B. Hibbitts

Koch Foundation Inc.

Brent A. and Suzannah L. ’90 Pace

C. Nichols Tait II ’82

Charles E. and Erma N. Hirsch

Mary L. Koch

Palmina F. and Stephen S. Pace

Thomas E. and Gina R. ’97 Topper

William L. and Shirley Hitch

The Family of R. Malcolm Koch

Ethel Mae Jenney Payne

W. Paul Torrington

Michael H. Hochstat and Stephanie J. Ressler-Hochstat

Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation

William H. and Katharina Rich Perlow

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana Inc.

James Hoover

John M. Lawrence ’73

Robert H. and Elaine H. Pott Foundation

Frederick T. and Elise Moutoux Trautvetter

Hugh B. and Eleanor Ray Lee

L. Bernard and Lena F. Powers

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Lilly Endowment Inc.

Private Industry Council of Southwest Indiana

U.S. Department of Commerce

Ruth Lilly

Z. Olen and Inez G. Pumphrey

U.S. Department of Education

John D.† Lippert and Judith V. Lippert Walker

Aleen K. Rankin

U.S. Department of Energy

Lumina Foundation for Education

Ethel Reed

Helen M. Mallette

Aline Nunn Renner

J. David and Sarah K. Huber Marvin J. and Janet D. Huff James B.† and Diane Foster Igleheart imi Southwest Inc. State of Indiana

David L. and Betty F. Rice

Kenneth P. McCutchan†

Fred B. Riechmann†

Charles L. McGlothlin

Hazel D. Roesner

James R. and Valerie A. M’05 McKinney

Ronald D. ’73 and Connie S. ’74 Romain

Mead Johnson Nutrition

William Ross

Richard H. and Sally Merrick

Robert A. and Carole D. ’77 Rust

Microsoft Corp.

Henry W.† and Betty Jane† Ruston

Military Family Research Institute

James A. Sanders

Cynderella McDowell Miller

Roy W. Sanders

Indiana Department of Workforce Development

William H. and Trudy E. Mitchell

Sandia National Labs

Lucile A. Moutoux†

Edgar R.† and Marie C.† Santon

Indiana Division of Professional Standards

William J. Moutoux†

SBC Foundation

Indiana Economic Development Corp.

NBD Bank NA

Indiana Higher Education Telecommunication System

Ernest R. and Jill Natalini

The Edgar W. and Lucile E. Schergens Foundation Inc.

Indiana House of Representatives

National Writing Project

Indiana Business Modernization/Technology Indiana Commission for Higher Education Indiana Department of Commerce Indiana Department of Education Indiana Department of Environmental Management Indiana Department of Natural Resources

Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs Industrial Contractors Skanska JARCO-A. Wayne Place Presidential Scholarship Trust Richard G.† and Shirley W.† James William J. Joergens† Centennial ’66-69 Alan H. and Marilyn F. Johnson Margery F. Kahn† Arthur G. Kanzler† Gordon E.† and Gail R. Kelley W. K. Kellogg Foundation Robert M. and Marguerite G. ’72 Kent Margie R. Kinder†

D. W.† and Alma S.† Vaughn

National Science Foundation B. Russell Neathery New Harmony Workingmen’s Institute Char-Ron Newman Scholarship Trust Fred C.† and Cornelia S.† Newman Horace S.† and Suzanne A.† Nicholson Joseph E. and Marie N. O’Daniel †

D. Patrick and Rosemary L. O’Daniel Evelyn K. Oeth-Sanders

Office of Faith Based & Community Initiatives Winston S.† and Marjoria Springer† Ogilvy Ohio Valley HeartCare Old National Bank Foundation

Victor V. Schriefer Jr.

Berry Plastics Corp.

Barry L. and Sherrianne M. Standley

Robert Lee Blaffer Foundation Mark D. and Jennifer M. Browning David R. and Vicki T. Campbell Corporation for National and Community Service John M. and Gail A. Dunn Efroymson Family Fund The Evansville Courier & Press Co. Edward P. and Mary Anne M. Fox Michael J. and Pamela J. Fulk Daniel C. Fuquay Daniel M. and Janet L. Fuquay

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Inc.

Evadean Gordon Robert E. and Judith A. Griffin

Welborn Baptist Foundation Inc.

Phyllis R. Grimm

Paul J. and Eleanor R. Werner

Randall L. Haaff ’84

Victoria L. Wertz†

Hafer Associates PC

West Side Nut Club

Elmer W. and Doris J. Halwes

Charles C.† and Loine M. White

Health Resources and Service Administration

Selma E. Wietrich†

Richard G.† and Shirley W. James†

Kathryn Wilhite

Robert M. and Marguerite G. ’72 Kent

Mary Legler Wilson

Frank S. and Julia M. Ladner

Woman’s Rotary Club Inc.

John M. Lawrence ’73

Dorothea Johnson Schlechte†

World Learning

Timothy B. Mahoney

Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trusts, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee

C. Wayne† and Betty J. Worthington

Military Family Research Institute

Ruth Gray Yates†

Doris A. Murdoch†

Georgiana T. Schoeny†

Daniel J.† and Virginia Sharp† Zutt

B. Russell Neathery

Barry K. and Angela M. Schonberger

Elizabeth Hartmetz Zutt†

O’Charley’s Restaurant

Henry J. and Hazel D. Bennighof Scholarship Trust

Vectren Corp./Foundation

USI Bookstore

Elizabeth J. McCoy

Indiana Arts Commission

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

† †

Indiana 21st Century Research and Technology Fund

Victor V. Schriefer Jr. Scripps Howard Foundation E. Harvey† and Shirley C.† Seaman Alan N. and Susan Shovers Louise C. Sill† Southern Indiana Education Center Southern Indiana Higher Education Inc. Southwest Indiana Small Business Development Center

Marlene V. Shaw Foster H.† and Virginia L. Tolliver U.S. Department of Education U.S. Department of Energy USI Society for Arts and Humanities Vectren Foundation Inc. Jerry R. Wade West Side Nut Club

Silver: $5,000 to $9,999 Michael K. and Patricia L.† Aakhus M. E. Albon Foundation Inc. Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Dean and Jeanne K. Barnett Danny J. and Patricia C. Bateman Jane Bennett ’76 Mary Alice Bertram Ronald J. ’81 and Terry L. Boren Alan W. and Sharon A. Braun Browning Funeral Home Inc. Casino Aztar William R. and Kathy S. ’81 Clark Barry E. and Kay L. Cox Deaconess Hospital Medical Staff Deig Brothers Construction Co. Inc. David Deig Kevin M. and Karen M. Eastridge Emmet D. and Ruth O.† Edwards

Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives

Empire Contractors Inc.

Optimist Club of Evansville Westside Youth Work Fund

Evansville Vanderburgh Levee Authority District Fifth Third Bank

Gold: $10,000+

Posey County Community Foundation

Judith E. Fleck

Z. Olen and Inez G. Pumphrey

Jane Hickam Grizzell

An Anonymous Friend

Robert C. ’71 and Mary A. Roeder

Harding Shymanski and Co.

Ronald D. ’73 and Connie S. ’74 Romain

Loren D. Herrli

SABIC Innovative Plastics

Industrial Contractors Skanska

James A. Sanders

Integra Bank N. A.

The Edgar W. and Lucile E. Schergens Foundation Inc.

Donald B. and Jean Ogle Korb

President’s Associates Annual Members

Alcoa Foundation Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana

Ole J. Olsen Jr.

State Student Assistance Commission of Indiana

Bruce H. and Carol A. Baker

Robert D.† and Mary Kay† Orr

Jack A. and Alice M. Strassweg

Stephen E. and Linda L. M. Bennett

Joey V. Barnett ’81

Margaret C. Korbel Memorial Trust

† Deceased

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Red: $1,000 to $1,999

Mark A. and Lydia D. Cobb

Robert R. and Mary Bernardin Guenther

Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Inc.

Brock J. ’02 M’05 and Heidi Haas

H. Lee and Ann S. Cooper

Philip H. Hagemann

Anthony and Rachel T. ’01 Polazzi

American Financial Services Association Education Foundation

Nadine A. Coudret

Kevin L. ’90 and Michelle R. ’90 Hammett

Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union

Raymond B. Preston Family Foundation

Derek J. ’03 and Tracy A. ’05 Adams

Daniel R. and Clara M. ’01 Craig

Wayne F. and Jewell E. Henning

Shoe Carnival Inc.

Derek L. ’84 and Rebecca J. Faughn

George F. and Peggy M. Rapp

Norman E. and Shirley D. Adams

Terry L. and Rose M. Cullum

Robert W. ’96 M’03 and Sharon J. Hooper

Marvin L. and Joan B. Smith

Philip C. and Helen J. Fisher

Robert L. and Paulette M. Roeske Reid

Wilder H. ’89 and Janel S. Allen

Robert A. and Billie A. Davies

Larry C. Hortenbury and Peggy F. Harrel

Solarbron Pointe Inc.

Joseph E. and Neal A. Franklin

Jay V. and Kathryne D. Rhodes

Randall K. and Cheryl Alsman

Timothy R. and Lea L. Deisher

C. Mark and Joyce W. Hubbard

Chris and Ann M. Stack

Edward F. and June Frederking

David L. and Betty F. Rice

DJ Angus - Scientech Educational Foundation

Merritt and Joan Dewig deJong

Mary A. Hupfer ’84 M’94

Three i Design

Aaron B. and Jennifer A. ’04 Fuquay

R. Lynn Richard and Kelli Talley

Charles E. ’95 and Linda L. Anslinger

Edmund T. and Gayle L. Derringe

Ruth Ann Hyatt

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana Inc.

G. D. Ritzy’s

Robert A. and Carole D. ’77 Rust

Atlas World Group Inc.

James B. ’77 and Cindy Dippel

Indiana State Teachers Association

Kathryn Wilhite

Carl A. Gagliardi and Deena L. Greer ’81

Salon WOW

Auto Haus

James H. and Judy A. Divine

Indianapolis Colts

Allene H. Hazeltine

John L. ’82 and Cindy Schutz

Terry A. and Susan B. Babb

Mark A. and Sally A. Dominick

Institute of Management Accountants

David W. ’76 and Jill Herrenbruck

Randall T. Shepard and Amy W. MacDonell

Amy S. Baehl-Kazma ’87

Donaldson Capital Management Inc.

Robert W. and R. Gayle Jeffers

Alice E. Hertli

Earl B. and Ruth C. Smith

Gary L. ’74 and Carolyn J. Beck

Graham K. and Katherine A. Draughon

Nils I. and Jane A. Johansen

Thomas M. and Greta C. Smythe

Paul E. and Carolyn G. Bennett

Larry K. ’74 and Margie E. ’94 Drennan

Kenneth R. and Nancy L. ’83 M’95 Johnson

William K. and Marylu P. Sonntag

Jill M. Bertke ’01

David E. and Colleen Dubber

M. Edward Jones and Cynthia S. Brinker

Susan C. Huck

Southern Indiana Imaging Consultants PC

Holly L. Billings ’81

Rolland M. and Phyllis J. Eckels

Kenneth J. ’76 and Mary L. Juncker

Indiana Campus Compact

The State Group Industrial

Jared C. ’05 and Jean M. ’01 Blanton

Craig R. and Margaret K. Ehlen

Keller Schroeder and Associates

Indiana Campus Sexual Assault Primary Prevention Project

Harvey L. and Lisa F. Tanner

Barbara K. Blevins

Niel C. and Karen M. Ellerbrook

Gene and Mary B. Kennard

Tri-State Hot Stove Baseball League

Bob’s Gym and Fitness Center LLC

Terry L. Elston

John W. ’82 and Lori S. Key

Tri-State Trophies

Eleanor D. Bookwalter

Energy Systems Group LLC

Mohammed F. and Desiree A. ’97 Khayum

J. Trockman and Sons Inc.

Ira G. and Theresa L. Boots

Sylvester E. and Rebecca J. ’84 Englert

David E. and Loretta King

Kenneth R. ’98 and Jody L. ’97 Troutman

Dean A. and Karen M. ’74 Bosler

Barry and Lana R. ’77 Kington

Jerry L. and Judie Turner

Mary and David A. Bower

Evansville Downtown Optimists Foundation Inc.

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Robert Brezette and Jane A. Davis-Brezette

Evansville Junior Football League

Matthew R. Graham and Kathryn M. Waters

Expressway Dodge

Thomas L. ’82 and Shellee B. Klausmeier

Steven J. ’89 M’95 and Rosemary O. Bridges

Robert A. ’84 and Sarah E. Wedding

Clifford C. and Kathleen A. Briggs

Burton and Helaine Fendelman

Paul J. and Eleanor R. Werner

Suzanne G. Brinker

Todd A. ’92 and Sherry M. ’93 Flick

David J. and Ann H. White

Edward L. and Holley A. Brundick

Freeman Will and Niemeier Inc.

Thomas A. and Lynda M. Wilhelmus

Timothy G. Bryan ’90 M’07

Edward L. and Bettye J. Fritz

Jeffrey L. ’81 and Laurie E. Wilmes

N. M. Bunge Inc.

William and Bonnie K. Frost

John P. and Patricia G. ’93 Wiseman

Jack G. and Bertha J. Burgdorf

V. Ray and Kathy W. Funke

Donald and Donita F. ’83 Wolf

Suzanne D. Calvert

German American Bancorp

Working Distributors Inc.

John E. ’00 M’06 and Jina L. ’01 M’03 Campbell

Grant G. and Carla Glackman

Kim P. Carpenter and Sheila R. Corbett ’84

Jon D. and Martha K. Goldman

Carpenters Local 90

Robert L. and Jan M. Goocher

Kevin G. and Debra L. Celuch

Scott and Sherri J. Gordon

John T. and Aveniel Cherry

Lawrence and Patricia A. Gosh

John E. and Gloria J. Choate

Alfred H. and Doris J. Grabhorn

Randall W. ’88 and Linda L. ’82 M’00 Cleek

Great Lakes Valley Conference

James R. and Valerie A. M’05 McKinney

Wayne E. and Patricia Caze Deig

James E. and Jackie C. Pender

D. Patrick and Rosemary L. O’Daniel

Lenny E. and Anne R. ’83 Dowhie

Pepsi Americas

Ole J. Olsen Jr.

Evansville Radiology PC

Pepsi Cola General Bottlers Inc.

Kent L. and Laurie A. Parker

Evansville Sheet Metal Works Inc.

Thomas A. and Sharon K. Ruder

James L. and Eileen Berendes Will John H. Willis Linda L. Willis Raymond E. and Marilyn L. Wright

Blue: $2,000 to $4,999 ADHA Institute for Oral Health Aching Acres Landscaping Inc. Alpha Omega Psi Fraternity Inc Terry ’84 and C. Jean ’85 Alvey Tracy E. Archuleta Larry W. and Linda M. Arp Scott C. and Janet Heldt ’86 Baas Frances S. Ball ’04 Becker Conviser CPA Review

G. Patrick and Garnetta A. Hoehn J. David and Sarah K. Huber

Indiana Council for Economic Education Indiana State Department of Health W. Kerry ’84 and Teran Jackson Alan H. and Marilyn F. Johnson Alan D. Jones ’95 Kaplan CPA Review Peter and Marcia K. Kiessling

Phillip H. and Cindy H. Behrens

Kiwanis Club of North Side Evansville Foundation Inc.

Keith G. ’87 M’99 and Nan ’74 M’09 Benedict

Kiwanis Club-West Side

Charles L. and Leslie A. Berger

James Marshall

Joe Blackburn ’92 and Ann Marie Ladner BR Associates Inc. – Long John Silver’s Donald R. ’83 and Susan L. Breivogel Bonnie P. Brill Timothy L. ’82 and Deanna Jo ’96 Brown Jason A. and Stephanie S. ’97 Buchanan Carl L. and Kay L. Chapman Clark Dietz Inc. John L. and Pamela A. ’83 Deem

Maglinger Behavioral Health Service Raymond A. and Barbara J. McConnell Thomas R.† and Judy M. ’73 Morton William J. and Lisa M. Muller Adam E. Naab Foundation National Endowment for the Arts Alvin and Paula J. Nurrenbern Optimize Hair Salon Eric H. and Beth A. Otto

Betty J. Worthington Mark A. and Annette M. ’88 Wright Youth Service America Richard L. Yowell and Janet L. Waggoner ’96 James E. and Tracy L. ’89 Zeller

Peabody Energy-Midwest Group

Stephen J. Glueckert and Shelly B. Blunt

David W. and Glenna G. Kinsey Robert J. and Sandra Kleymeyer Koch Foundation Inc. Patricia Koch David A. and Nancy J. ’93 Koehler Jonathan and Kristen Korngold Thomas P. and Diane Krueger Duane H. and Linda L. M’02 Kuhlenschmidt Suzanne J. Kunkle Sigmund V. and Marjorie O. Labhart Ronald B. and Leona F. Lankford Ingrid E. Lindy ’90 MDwise Inc. Thomas O. Magan Marlan and Pat Maidlow Miles D. and Andrea Mann Barbara A. Marr

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University of Southern Indiana Foundation BOARD OF DIRECTORS

J. Samuel ’97 and Dorianne S. Marx

Project Associates Inc.

Spudz-N-Stuff

Kevin A. and Martha T. ’93 M’10 McClain

Rally’s Hamburgers

Laurence R. and Judy Steenberg

Steve and Nancy A. McCullough

Aleen K. Rankin

Rebecca Stegemoller ’01

Frank F. ’73 and Nancy A. ’06 McDonald

Donald A. Rausch

Earl and Marcella J. Stein

Ronald S. and Charmaine A. ’85 McDowell

Douglas P. and CJ Regin

Ronald W. and Lucy J. Steinhart

John W. and Jenny R. ’98 Medcraft

David and Betty Jane Richards

Judith Stewart

Chris D. ’72 and Diana S. ’71 Melton

Larry† and Nancy Riney

Joseph T. and Mary Helen ’94 M’95 Theby

Joseph D. and Julie A. Meyer

Brandon C. ’07 and Kathleen M. Robbins

William L. and Pat V. Theby

Eva M. Michaels ’75

Mary F. Robertson

Tony R. ’83 and Holly A. ’90 Thene

Midwest Ironworkers Advancement Program Inc.

Terry L. and Kathy V. Rodgers

Robert A. ’94 and Ruth P. ’86 Threet

Norman B. ’77 and Vivian M. Miller

Mark and Janet Wichmann Rozewski

Richard J. Toeniskoetter and Ann Marie Fisher

Bob and Mary Lue Russler

Gina R. Topper ’97

St. Phillips Inn

Kristil S. Travis

The Salon Professional Academy

Kevin J. Valadares and Mary Catherine Ehlman

Stanley J. ’82 and Theresa M. Miller David E. Mitchell ’85 Dean and E. Ellen ’80 Mitchell Trudy E. Mitchell John B. and Kathryn J. ’01 Mosley Allen R. ’74 M’91 and Brenda L. ’89 Mounts James H. and Mary Kay Muehlbauer Letitia S. Mumford John D. and Robyn A. ’74 Musgrave Mark E. ’76 and Brenda L. Neidig John Lee and Phebe Newman Randall A. and Ella C. Nicely Ray W. and Cynthia Nicholson Todd E. ’95 and Babs Niemeier Marilyn K. O’Daniel Darla J. Olberding Old National Bancorp

Mark S. and Tricia Samila William H. and Helen R. Sands J. Christopher ’84 and Rosetta A. Sartore Richard and Julie Sautter Steven J. ’72 and Rebecca J. Schenck C. Leonard Schlamp Barbara I. Schmidt and Sarah B. Rubin Richard W. and Marilyn S. Schmidt Kenneth W. Schnautz ’11 Kathy Schroeder Mary A. Schroeder Leo B. and Marilyn R. Schultheis Kenneth L. ’76 and Janet L. Sendelweck Alan N. and Susan Shovers

Past Chairs

Laurel Vaughn Dennis R. and Camille Verkamp Vertical eXcape Climbing Center Chris Walker Robert W. ’74 and Julia Wallace Walthers Golf & Fun Center Jack ’72 and Mary Beth Weber Harold T. and Roselle R. ’81 Weinzapfel Larry G. ’82 and Leigh Ann Weinzapfel Welborn Baptist Foundation Inc. Connie S. Wellmeyer ’84 Dannie R. and Debra E. ’00 Wells Western Rib-Eye Inc.

Beau R. and Sharon B. ’95 Shumate

Gene and Julie Whorl

Papa John’s Pizza

Jeffrey M. ’94 M’00 and Kimberly R. Sickman

Jamie L. Wicks ’91 M’97 James L. and Karen K. Will

Dave G. ’84 and Robin D. ’85 Papariella

Siegel’s Uniforms

David C. ’77 and Jean A. ’95 M’97 Wilson

David A. and Leslie D. Parker

Thomas E. and Lisa Slade

Todd A. Wilson and Taraneh Rohani

Jerry Payne

Stephen P. and Vicki L. Small

Robert Carl ’92 and Elizabeth Woosley

Jason C. Pinkstaff ’99

Society of Plastics Engineers

Russell L. ’79 and Susan E. Woosley

Donald E. and Connie L. Pitzer

Keith South and Aimee J. Luebben

Byron C. and Joanne B. Wright

Premiere Video West

SouthWest Grafix and Apparel Inc.

Ted C. and Clare D. Ziemer

ProRehab PC

Rahmi and Marjorie Z. Soyugenc

Optimist Club of Evansville Eastside

A complete list of donors to Foundation programs can be found at www.usi.edu/giving. Click on the Honor Roll of Donors link. If you do not want your name to appear in the online listing, notify the Foundation office at 812/464-1918. † Deceased

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Joseph E. O’Daniel† 1968–1973 Albert A. Woll† 1973–1976 E. Donald Elliott† 1976–1986 R. Jack Brunton† 1986–1987 C. Wayne Worthington† 1987–1992

David W. Herrenbruck ’76 Vice Chair for Planning

Bix Branson

Ronald S. Rochon

Vicki T. Campbell Secretary

Cindy S. Brinker

Mark Rozewski

Mark D. Browning

Sharon K. Ruder

Timothy G. Bryan ’90 M’07

James A. Sanders

Stephanie S. Buchanan ’97

Jim Sandgren

Marie A. Bussing-Burks

Jack B. Schriber

W. Harold Calloway

Victor V. Schriefer Jr.

Jina L. Campbell ’01 M’03

Judy M. Steenberg

Vicki T. Campbell

Ronald W. Steinhart

Mark A. Chandler ’01

Wendy G. Turner-Frey

Don R. Chaudoin

Michael T. Vea

Robert L. Goocher Treasurer Mark Rozewski Assistant Treasurer Linda L. M. Bennett Administrative Advisor

Ted C. Ziemer Jr. 1992–1998

Life Directors Bruce H. Baker

Robert E. Griffin 1998–2000

John N. Daniel Jr.

Carol A. Baker

Sharon Reed Walker

Joan F. David

Robert W. Wallace ’74

John M. Dunn 2000–2002

John M. Dunn

Kelly L. Dillon ’92

Rolland M. Eckels

Eric R. Williams ’89

Kevin M. Eastridge

Robert E. Griffin

Donita F. Wolf ’83

Susan E. Ellsperman ’13

Doris J. Halwes

Robert C. Woosley II ’92

Daniel M. Fuquay

Ronald D. Romain ’73 2003–2006

Frank F. McDonald II ’73

Robert L. Goocher

James R. McKinney

Directors Emeriti

Scott A. Gordon

Thomas E. Topper† 2006–2008

Robert C. Roeder ’71

H. Ray Hoops

Kevin L. Hammett ’90

Trudy E. Mitchell

Bix Branson 2008–2010

Ronald D. Romain ’73

David W. Herrenbruck ’76

Alan N. Shovers

David L. Rice

J. Andrew Hubbard M’98

Sherrianne M. Standley

Byron C. Wright

Marilyn F. Johnson

Robert W. Swan ’72

M. Edward Jones

Ted C. Ziemer Jr.

Nancy S. Koehler ’93

Carolyn S. Georgette† 2002–2003

Officers Kevin M. Eastridge Chair David A. Bower President

Directors

Rachel L. Mayes M’97 Julie L. McCullough

Randall K. Alsman

Chris D. Melton ’72

Bruce H. Baker Chair Elect

Joey V. Barnett ’81

Ira T. Neal

Jina L. Campbell ’01 M’03 Vice Chair for Alumni

H. Alvin Basham II ’00

Mark E. Neidig ’76

Linda L. M. Bennett

Darla J. Olberding

Jean M. Blanton ’01

Kent L. Parker

Ronald J. Boren ’81

Susan E. Parsons

David A. Bower

Jack D. Pate

Marie A. Bussing-Burks Vice Chair for Development

University of Southern Indiana Foundation

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