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Toledo: traditional & un

College of Pharmacy move a win-win for students, faculty

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he College of Pharmacy has fall 2010 circled on all calendars. That’s when the college will expand to its new $25 million facility on the Health Science Campus, where more spacious laboratories, lecture halls and offices will offer students hands-on experience in an integrated medical community. Located between the Block Science Building and the Health Education Building, the two-story structure will feature movable laboratory elements to enhance efficiency and flexibility, creating the most complete and clinically advanced facility in the region. A 500-seat auditorium in the Collier Building will accommodate large lecture classes. Dr. Johnnie Early II, college dean, cites the opportunity for pharmacy and health science students to further hone their clinical skills and become more knowledgeable about each profession. “Since 2000, we have experienced a 75 percent growth in our student population, and we are recruiting new

New era. Athletic Director Mike O’Brien introduces former Oklahoma State defensive coordinator Tim Beckman as UT’s new head football coach. Beckman is up for the challenge: “I feel this is one of the best, if not the best football programs in the Mid-American Conference, and I am honored that I have been chosen to carry on the tradition here.”

faculty and staff. The new facilities will create the rare opportunity of occupying two modern facilities and the infrastructure for teaching and research in pharmacy, the pharmaceutical sciences and patient care,” he says. Among the amenities will be a sterile products lab in which students will learn to prepare the types of injections and intravenous fluids processed in a hospital or specialty pharmacy. The laboratories and learning spaces will include equipment for extemporaneous compounding. Pharmacy students will have access to more lab and learning space while they gain real-world experience at the UT Medical Center. And pharmacists will be a welcome addition on UT’s Health Science Campus.“The value of a pharmacist’s input can’t be overstated,” says Dr. Mark Burket, professor of medicine and director of vascular medicine.“A huge portion of attending rounds is decision-making, and a major portion of decision-making involves drug choices. There simply isn’t

enough time to stop and look up the answer. If you have an expert in pharmacologic issues, the answers are [clearer], come faster, and undoubtedly improve both patient outcomes and the educational process.” Early adds that expansion to Health Science Campus will lead to more research collaborations among students and faculty, enhancing current collaborations in the fields of cancer and diabetes treatment, immunology and transplantation, and neurodegenerative disorders. Based on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants and contracts data, the pharmacy colleges that receive the most NIH research and grant funding tend to be located on health science campuses. Pharmacy faculty, Early notes, will have the opportunity to achieve a higher level of research through access to resources on Health Science Campus. — Charisse Montgomery, College of Pharmacy

Feeling hawkish. The UT peregrine falcons aren’t the only campus avian celebrities. During a summertime inspection of the UT Medical Center roof, Dan Adamski, manager of mechanical and general maintenance, found a nighthawk nesting with two eggs on the graveled roof of the hospital. By the end of July, two chicks emerged to increase the population. architect's rendering of new facility

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College of Pharmacy move a win-win for students, faculty

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he College of Pharmacy has fall 2010 circled on all calendars. That’s when the college will expand to its new $25 million facility on the Health Science Campus, where more spacious laboratories, lecture halls and offices will offer students hands-on experience in an integrated medical community. Located between the Block Science Building and the Health Education Building, the two-story structure will feature movable laboratory elements to enhance efficiency and flexibility, creating the most complete and clinically advanced facility in the region. A 500-seat auditorium in the Collier Building will accommodate large lecture classes. Dr. Johnnie Early II, college dean, cites the opportunity for pharmacy and health science students to further hone their clinical skills and become more knowledgeable about each profession. “Since 2000, we have experienced a 75 percent growth in our student population, and we are recruiting new

New era. Athletic Director Mike O’Brien introduces former Oklahoma State defensive coordinator Tim Beckman as UT’s new head football coach. Beckman is up for the challenge: “I feel this is one of the best, if not the best football programs in the Mid-American Conference, and I am honored that I have been chosen to carry on the tradition here.”

faculty and staff. The new facilities will create the rare opportunity of occupying two modern facilities and the infrastructure for teaching and research in pharmacy, the pharmaceutical sciences and patient care,” he says. Among the amenities will be a sterile products lab in which students will learn to prepare the types of injections and intravenous fluids processed in a hospital or specialty pharmacy. The laboratories and learning spaces will include equipment for extemporaneous compounding. Pharmacy students will have access to more lab and learning space while they gain real-world experience at the UT Medical Center. And pharmacists will be a welcome addition on UT’s Health Science Campus.“The value of a pharmacist’s input can’t be overstated,” says Dr. Mark Burket, professor of medicine and director of vascular medicine.“A huge portion of attending rounds is decision-making, and a major portion of decision-making involves drug choices. There simply isn’t

enough time to stop and look up the answer. If you have an expert in pharmacologic issues, the answers are [clearer], come faster, and undoubtedly improve both patient outcomes and the educational process.” Early adds that expansion to Health Science Campus will lead to more research collaborations among students and faculty, enhancing current collaborations in the fields of cancer and diabetes treatment, immunology and transplantation, and neurodegenerative disorders. Based on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants and contracts data, the pharmacy colleges that receive the most NIH research and grant funding tend to be located on health science campuses. Pharmacy faculty, Early notes, will have the opportunity to achieve a higher level of research through access to resources on Health Science Campus. — Charisse Montgomery, College of Pharmacy

Feeling hawkish. The UT peregrine falcons aren’t the only campus avian celebrities. During a summertime inspection of the UT Medical Center roof, Dan Adamski, manager of mechanical and general maintenance, found a nighthawk nesting with two eggs on the graveled roof of the hospital. By the end of July, two chicks emerged to increase the population. architect's rendering of new facility

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Toledo: traditional & un

Rain garden is living filtration station

Sweet 16th. Now in its 16th year, Art on the Mall continues to let some of the area’s best artists sparkle in the 24k-gold Centennial Mall setting. Some 15,000 people came to enjoy the art, music and high-summer vibes.

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Extra wasabi, please. Fresh ingredients were stirring in the kitchen at The Crossings residence hall during

hat’s green, shaped like a kidney and swallows a whole lot of water? Easy — it’s the demonstration rain garden on Main Campus between Parking Lot 10 and the Ottawa River bridge. Although wintry weather sent the small pond and its plants into dormancy, as soon as spring returns, so will the garden’s function of collecting and filtering runoff from a 30,000square-foot area. Hans Gottgens PhD, professor of environmental sciences, explains, “The rain garden had its origin in the President’s Commission on the River, which was started several years ago with the charge of making the Ottawa River more functional for research and teaching, and more aesthetically pleasing where it runs through Main Campus. “We’re demonstrating one green, sustainable way of treating storm water.

The garden is intentionally shaped like a kidney to illustrate how it filters the water before it enters the Ottawa River.” Prior to the garden’s installation, a drain sent runoff water directly into the river. Now the drain stands higher than the pond’s level, allowing soil microbes and the roots of water-tolerant native plants to treat runoff. Before construction began, Gottgens’ students took soil samples of the area to determine the water filtration rate, which in turn determined the depth of the garden and the type of soil to be utilized. “Originally the soil was construction fill, which had to be cleared out with bulldozers to a depth of two feet,” Gottgens says. “It was replaced with a mixture of organic soil, sand and compost.” In addition to their filtration duties, the rain garden plants will attract certain types of butterflies and

hummingbirds. “It’s not a formallooking garden,” Gottgens says, adding that it will function as a sponge as well as a kidney. “It will delay the water’s entry to the river, making flooding less likely in torrential rain.” The delay, though, won’t be long enough to allow mosquito larvae to hatch. Even with plans for a second rain garden on Main Campus, Gottgens admits that the project won’t make much of a dent in river runoff, but adds, “As a demonstration project, this is a natural teaching lab and an educational tool.“ Placement is everything — the rain garden and its signage are next door to prime tailgating territory. Information on creating your own rain garden can be found at the Toledo and Lucas County Rain Garden Initiative site (www.raingardeninitiative.org).

“Good Eats,” sponsored by Campus Activities and Programming. Here, UT Chef Joey Cucculelli reveals the mysteries of stir-fry to Beverly Owusu and Flora Quarcoo at the event designed to show students that cooking skills are easy to acquire — and maybe start them toward a spot on Top Chef.

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Toledo: traditional & un

Rain garden is living filtration station

Sweet 16th. Now in its 16th year, Art on the Mall continues to let some of the area’s best artists sparkle in the 24k-gold Centennial Mall setting. Some 15,000 people came to enjoy the art, music and high-summer vibes.

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Extra wasabi, please. Fresh ingredients were stirring in the kitchen at The Crossings residence hall during

hat’s green, shaped like a kidney and swallows a whole lot of water? Easy — it’s the demonstration rain garden on Main Campus between Parking Lot 10 and the Ottawa River bridge. Although wintry weather sent the small pond and its plants into dormancy, as soon as spring returns, so will the garden’s function of collecting and filtering runoff from a 30,000square-foot area. Hans Gottgens PhD, professor of environmental sciences, explains, “The rain garden had its origin in the President’s Commission on the River, which was started several years ago with the charge of making the Ottawa River more functional for research and teaching, and more aesthetically pleasing where it runs through Main Campus. “We’re demonstrating one green, sustainable way of treating storm water.

The garden is intentionally shaped like a kidney to illustrate how it filters the water before it enters the Ottawa River.” Prior to the garden’s installation, a drain sent runoff water directly into the river. Now the drain stands higher than the pond’s level, allowing soil microbes and the roots of water-tolerant native plants to treat runoff. Before construction began, Gottgens’ students took soil samples of the area to determine the water filtration rate, which in turn determined the depth of the garden and the type of soil to be utilized. “Originally the soil was construction fill, which had to be cleared out with bulldozers to a depth of two feet,” Gottgens says. “It was replaced with a mixture of organic soil, sand and compost.” In addition to their filtration duties, the rain garden plants will attract certain types of butterflies and

hummingbirds. “It’s not a formallooking garden,” Gottgens says, adding that it will function as a sponge as well as a kidney. “It will delay the water’s entry to the river, making flooding less likely in torrential rain.” The delay, though, won’t be long enough to allow mosquito larvae to hatch. Even with plans for a second rain garden on Main Campus, Gottgens admits that the project won’t make much of a dent in river runoff, but adds, “As a demonstration project, this is a natural teaching lab and an educational tool.“ Placement is everything — the rain garden and its signage are next door to prime tailgating territory. Information on creating your own rain garden can be found at the Toledo and Lucas County Rain Garden Initiative site (www.raingardeninitiative.org).

“Good Eats,” sponsored by Campus Activities and Programming. Here, UT Chef Joey Cucculelli reveals the mysteries of stir-fry to Beverly Owusu and Flora Quarcoo at the event designed to show students that cooking skills are easy to acquire — and maybe start them toward a spot on Top Chef.

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Toledo: traditional & un

Stats, facts, brass tacks about Savage Arena, Sullivan Athletic Complex

I UT hits Extreme triple. Toledo firefighter Aaron Frisch (Univ Coll ’92) and his wife, Jackie, at center with some of their 11 children, made national TV and local history this summer when they were chosen by TV’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition to receive a new home. The five-bedrooms-five-baths dwelling, built on the site of the family’s old home that was demolished for the makeover, boasts more than 4,000 square feet and was built by Buckeye Real Estate Group, whose co-owner is another UT alum: Mike White (Bus ’88), second from left, next to partner Tim Schlachter. The University may have created some future alumni when it announced that it would provide the Frisch children

t’s a done deal: The Sullivan Athletic Complex and renovated Savage Arena opened doors less than a year after the December 2007 groundbreaking. Skim this file on the $30 million project that began with a lead gift of $5 million from longtime UT supporters Chuck and Jackie Sullivan:

• Savage Arena was originally constructed in 1976 as Centennial Hall. It was renamed Savage Hall in 1988 in honor of John F. Savage, community leader and former chair of the UT Board of Trustees. Its name changed to Savage Arena with its re-opening on Dec. 3, 2008.

• The total space for the Sullivan Athletic Complex and Savage Arena is 163,000 square feet, including The Rocket Shop, a full-service apparel store featuring Rocket gift and clothing items.

• In the first basketball game in the facility, the Toledo men’s basketball team defeated defending national champion Indiana, 59-57, on Dec. 1, 1976.

• The new UT Athletic Ticket Office has seven ticket windows to serve Rocket fans. The Varsity T Hall of Fame features plaques for more than 190 former UT student-athletes, coaches and administrators. The Rocket Wall of Champions celebrates 49 MidAmerican Conference champions in nine different sports.

• The first concert was given by band leader and trumpeter Al Hirt in November 1976. The largest crowd to see a concert at Savage numbered 10,059 to see Kenny Rogers on April 23, 1983. And the largest crowd for a basketball game — 9,668 — was seen on Feb. 12, 1977, when the Rocket men defeated Bowling Green, 64-55.

with full tuition scholarships. Aaron and Jackie have three biological sons and adopted eight more: five from a Haitian orphanage, three in Toledo. “We believe our gift will not only serve this generation, but it is also the foundation for improving the quality of life for the next generation,” says Lawrence Burns, vice president for external affairs. The Frisch boys will have to maintain a 3.0 grade point average at UT and file for available state and federal needs-based funds.

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• The Bob Nichols Court is named for the winningest coach in MidAmerican Conference history (376-212), who led the men’s basketball team from 1965-87. The court’s main floor is comprised of grade-one maple. • Four video scoreboards mark the action; they measure 28 feet (from the speakers on top to the speakers on the bottom) by 23 feet and weigh eight tons total. • Savage Arena has a seating capacity of 7,300, including 12 suites, 17 loges, 194 Club Seats, 84 Courtside Seats and wheelchair-accessible seating for up to 160. Assisted listening devices are available for the hearing-impaired, and the public concourses house five flat-screen TVs.

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Toledo: traditional & un

Stats, facts, brass tacks about Savage Arena, Sullivan Athletic Complex

I UT hits Extreme triple. Toledo firefighter Aaron Frisch (Univ Coll ’92) and his wife, Jackie, at center with some of their 11 children, made national TV and local history this summer when they were chosen by TV’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition to receive a new home. The five-bedrooms-five-baths dwelling, built on the site of the family’s old home that was demolished for the makeover, boasts more than 4,000 square feet and was built by Buckeye Real Estate Group, whose co-owner is another UT alum: Mike White (Bus ’88), second from left, next to partner Tim Schlachter. The University may have created some future alumni when it announced that it would provide the Frisch children

t’s a done deal: The Sullivan Athletic Complex and renovated Savage Arena opened doors less than a year after the December 2007 groundbreaking. Skim this file on the $30 million project that began with a lead gift of $5 million from longtime UT supporters Chuck and Jackie Sullivan:

• Savage Arena was originally constructed in 1976 as Centennial Hall. It was renamed Savage Hall in 1988 in honor of John F. Savage, community leader and former chair of the UT Board of Trustees. Its name changed to Savage Arena with its re-opening on Dec. 3, 2008.

• The total space for the Sullivan Athletic Complex and Savage Arena is 163,000 square feet, including The Rocket Shop, a full-service apparel store featuring Rocket gift and clothing items.

• In the first basketball game in the facility, the Toledo men’s basketball team defeated defending national champion Indiana, 59-57, on Dec. 1, 1976.

• The new UT Athletic Ticket Office has seven ticket windows to serve Rocket fans. The Varsity T Hall of Fame features plaques for more than 190 former UT student-athletes, coaches and administrators. The Rocket Wall of Champions celebrates 49 MidAmerican Conference champions in nine different sports.

• The first concert was given by band leader and trumpeter Al Hirt in November 1976. The largest crowd to see a concert at Savage numbered 10,059 to see Kenny Rogers on April 23, 1983. And the largest crowd for a basketball game — 9,668 — was seen on Feb. 12, 1977, when the Rocket men defeated Bowling Green, 64-55.

with full tuition scholarships. Aaron and Jackie have three biological sons and adopted eight more: five from a Haitian orphanage, three in Toledo. “We believe our gift will not only serve this generation, but it is also the foundation for improving the quality of life for the next generation,” says Lawrence Burns, vice president for external affairs. The Frisch boys will have to maintain a 3.0 grade point average at UT and file for available state and federal needs-based funds.

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• The Bob Nichols Court is named for the winningest coach in MidAmerican Conference history (376-212), who led the men’s basketball team from 1965-87. The court’s main floor is comprised of grade-one maple. • Four video scoreboards mark the action; they measure 28 feet (from the speakers on top to the speakers on the bottom) by 23 feet and weigh eight tons total. • Savage Arena has a seating capacity of 7,300, including 12 suites, 17 loges, 194 Club Seats, 84 Courtside Seats and wheelchair-accessible seating for up to 160. Assisted listening devices are available for the hearing-impaired, and the public concourses house five flat-screen TVs.

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Make it Rocket talk Rocket Wireless is a real conversationstarter, with Verizon, Sprint, Alltel and AT&T available. Most have family plans to fit all needs; deals of under $30 a month; payroll deduction for UT employees; smart phones and easy-use models; and no sales tax, no monthly service fees after sign-up, no termination fees for switching over your old plan The time was wow. UT’s $100 million capital campaign, The Time Is Now, ended officially in

when you keep your carrier. UT alumni,

December, but a celebration of its over-the-top success (with a ribbon toss and the to-date

students and employees can start saving

total) was held three months earlier in Memorial Field House. Check the full story in the UT

by checking out telecom.utoledo.edu,

Foundation annual report.

then calling Rocket Wireless (owned and operated by UT’s Rocket Telecom): 419.530.7998.

New life for old friend. With renovations to the Memorial Field House slated to end in January, the departments of English and Foreign Languages will be moving into their new digs, English offices on the first floor and Foreign Languages on the second, with classrooms open to many disciplines. A latesummer celebration (with a flag unfurling, above) of the building’s revival coincided with the President’s Backyard BBQ and included tours of the $27 million facility. Left, meeting area on first floor, with elevator in background. Classrooms and offices line the periphery, and on the third floor, the open area is completed with the building's original steel beams and a new skylight. Top, Rocky takes the field. He was months in the making, but UT’s new official mascot, Rocky,

finishing touches for mural near balcony.

made his debut at the Rockets’ first home game this past season.

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Toledo: traditional & un

Make it Rocket talk Rocket Wireless is a real conversationstarter, with Verizon, Sprint, Alltel and AT&T available. Most have family plans to fit all needs; deals of under $30 a month; payroll deduction for UT employees; smart phones and easy-use models; and no sales tax, no monthly service fees after sign-up, no termination fees for switching over your old plan The time was wow. UT’s $100 million capital campaign, The Time Is Now, ended officially in

when you keep your carrier. UT alumni,

December, but a celebration of its over-the-top success (with a ribbon toss and the to-date

students and employees can start saving

total) was held three months earlier in Memorial Field House. Check the full story in the UT

by checking out telecom.utoledo.edu,

Foundation annual report.

then calling Rocket Wireless (owned and operated by UT’s Rocket Telecom): 419.530.7998.

New life for old friend. With renovations to the Memorial Field House slated to end in January, the departments of English and Foreign Languages will be moving into their new digs, English offices on the first floor and Foreign Languages on the second, with classrooms open to many disciplines. A latesummer celebration (with a flag unfurling, above) of the building’s revival coincided with the President’s Backyard BBQ and included tours of the $27 million facility. Left, meeting area on first floor, with elevator in background. Classrooms and offices line the periphery, and on the third floor, the open area is completed with the building's original steel beams and a new skylight. Top, Rocky takes the field. He was months in the making, but UT’s new official mascot, Rocky,

finishing touches for mural near balcony.

made his debut at the Rockets’ first home game this past season.

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UT research on the edge

Equal opportunity greening Kermit the Frog would recognize the new

Intimate homicide

reality: It’s not ’nuf to be green. Even eco-

level since 1964, but homicides related to domestic

Death by drinking sought for cancer cells

violence are on the rise. A recent collaborative

Cells seem to know: There’s a right and

study by the UT College of Law and the Lucas

a wrong way to die. Human body cells

that survive too long can turn cancerous. A

PhD, professor of sociology and interim

County Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team

shrink and die by the millions every day in

team of UT researchers uncovered evidence

director of the Africana Studies Program, is

examined all domestic violence-related deaths in

a process called apoptosis that makes room

of a new molecular pathway controlling cell

studying the tectonic shift from what he calls

Lucas County between 2003 and 2006 to gain a better

for new cells, while genetically damaged cells

death in a highly lethal form of brain tumor —

“destructo-industrial” production to an eco-

understanding of local trends, risk factors and gaps

self-destruct before they can become cancerous

glioblastoma — that’s difficult to treat because

industrial (that is, green sector) counterpart.

in preventive service. Of the study’s conclusions,

tumors. Sometimes, though, the process gets

the tumor doesn’t respond to apoptosis-

Some emerging facts of his study will

one of the most startling is this: Nearly 85 percent

out of whack. If too many cells die young, the

triggering drugs. The researchers hope the

hearten American workers: “Green” career

of those killed during the study period did not seek

result can be a neurodegenerative illness like

new pathway may trigger another form of

opportunities provide livable wages, prospects

protection orders against their partners. Another is

Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s. Mutated cells

cell death: drinking themselves to death by

for advancement and a measure of job security

internalizing fluid. Truly a watery grave.

because the jobs are less suitable for off-

Homicides in northwest Ohio may be at their lowest

that half the domestic violence killers in the study

Continued next page

friendly industries leave the social equivalent of a carbon footprint by their effects on the labor force. UT researcher Rubin Patterson

had no documented criminal history or arrest record.

shoring. Patterson’s hope is that as it helps

The study makes numerous recommendations for

redefine industry, the eco-friendly sector will

professionals who assess risk in such cases; copies of

create new paths for racial and social equality.

the study may be obtained at the College of Law Legal Clinic or by e-mailing gabrielle.davis3@utoledo.edu.

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UT research on the edge

Equal opportunity greening Kermit the Frog would recognize the new

Intimate homicide

reality: It’s not ’nuf to be green. Even eco-

level since 1964, but homicides related to domestic

Death by drinking sought for cancer cells

violence are on the rise. A recent collaborative

Cells seem to know: There’s a right and

study by the UT College of Law and the Lucas

a wrong way to die. Human body cells

that survive too long can turn cancerous. A

PhD, professor of sociology and interim

County Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team

shrink and die by the millions every day in

team of UT researchers uncovered evidence

director of the Africana Studies Program, is

examined all domestic violence-related deaths in

a process called apoptosis that makes room

of a new molecular pathway controlling cell

studying the tectonic shift from what he calls

Lucas County between 2003 and 2006 to gain a better

for new cells, while genetically damaged cells

death in a highly lethal form of brain tumor —

“destructo-industrial” production to an eco-

understanding of local trends, risk factors and gaps

self-destruct before they can become cancerous

glioblastoma — that’s difficult to treat because

industrial (that is, green sector) counterpart.

in preventive service. Of the study’s conclusions,

tumors. Sometimes, though, the process gets

the tumor doesn’t respond to apoptosis-

Some emerging facts of his study will

one of the most startling is this: Nearly 85 percent

out of whack. If too many cells die young, the

triggering drugs. The researchers hope the

hearten American workers: “Green” career

of those killed during the study period did not seek

result can be a neurodegenerative illness like

new pathway may trigger another form of

opportunities provide livable wages, prospects

protection orders against their partners. Another is

Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s. Mutated cells

cell death: drinking themselves to death by

for advancement and a measure of job security

internalizing fluid. Truly a watery grave.

because the jobs are less suitable for off-

Homicides in northwest Ohio may be at their lowest

that half the domestic violence killers in the study

Continued next page

friendly industries leave the social equivalent of a carbon footprint by their effects on the labor force. UT researcher Rubin Patterson

had no documented criminal history or arrest record.

shoring. Patterson’s hope is that as it helps

The study makes numerous recommendations for

redefine industry, the eco-friendly sector will

professionals who assess risk in such cases; copies of

create new paths for racial and social equality.

the study may be obtained at the College of Law Legal Clinic or by e-mailing gabrielle.davis3@utoledo.edu.

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E

Therapies that

nvy the lucky therapy assistant who can take a nap after lunch. Sacked out on the floor, no less. “Normally, Caleb’s very active, but he just took a long walk and he’s tired out,” explains Jill Fox MD (A/S ’86, MED ’91) of her golden retriever whose usually lively presence is invaluable in treating young patients at Key Life Directions in Rossford, Ohio. Fox’s psychiatric practice has made use of animal-assisted therapy for years; Caleb, now three years old and certified through Assistance Dogs of America Inc., is the newest member of the team. To illustrate what he can do, Fox reaches behind a file cabinet and fishes out a small stuffed toy. Caleb is immediately awake and watching intently as Fox says, “I tell the kids we’re going to play a silly game. I throw the toy and when the child catches it, he answers a question. It’s a way to get kids talking without feeling pressured.” When she tosses the toy across the room, Caleb lunges to catch it on the arc, then brings it back. “The kids love that,” Fox notes. “And they don’t mind if the toy’s slobbered on.” Fox recalls one young patient who sat silently in the office, arms folded, mouth set in an unrevealing line — until Caleb entered. “We just talked about Caleb while we brushed him,” Fox says. “Pretty soon, after we’re discussing dogs in general, you slip in a question you want to know and [the patient] has been talking so much that it’s no longer a big deal. “That’s the magic of therapy animals.” Caleb also shines in a group where Fox and a social worker use therapy dogs to help treat troubled adolescent girls. “They’ve lived with terrible things: rape, abuse, neglect. But those girls have taught Caleb new commands; that ability to teach is such a thrill for them,” Fox says. As a psychiatrist, Fox is in the teaching business herself, with plenty to say about the most effective therapies. “Rather than putting labels on kids — because we don’t have a blood test for autism or Asperger’s — here we try to empower and encourage the child and the child’s family, to help them be their own best doctors. “Take a child with an obsessive-compulsive disorder, for example. The child may think things like ‘If I don’t catch this ball with this hand, my parents will die in a car wreck.’ We have them personify that fear into a monster they draw. Then we help them reduce the monster to a manageable size. Pretty soon that big monster is down to being just a small monster, and the child is much bigger.”

give Paws

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Treating adolescents presents other challenges, though she says, “When I meet a patient who has green hair and every orifice pierced — those kids are some of the easiest patients to talk with, as long as they’re respected. You know they’re crying out for attention, or that there’s some issue, but the piercings are cues that everything is out there. “I look at them and think, ’Great! Now we can get down to business, without a lot of defenses.’” With or without defenses, Fox sees more depression in children, a trend she calls “worrisome. But kids are resilient.” What worries her more is the public’s fear of anti-depressants, caused by the so-called “black-box warnings” issued by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). “The FDA came out with the warning that certain medicines could trigger suicidal feelings, and some studies do show that. There are other studies, though, that show the opposite — a decrease in such thoughts. What has been very sad is that of the cases that inspired the warning, not one child died, though some were hospitalized. And parents now are absolutely terrified of medicines. “But here’s a very troubling statistic: The risk of suicide in a child or adolescent who has an untreated depression is almost ten times higher than the risk that prompted the blackbox warning.” Fox’s approach to the issue, characteristically, is education. “We don’t use medicines in every single person we see here because sometimes it’s not appropriate. If parents are dead-set against medication, we’ll honor that, but we try to put the medication within a framework of treatment. If after five or six weeks without medication, we’re not seeing progress, we can reconsider. “In the meantime, we’ll help families find good information on the debate. When parents are able to do that, they come back feeling more empowered.” Educating lawmakers as well would improve the practice of medicine on many levels, Fox believes. “But physicians are too busy to give politicians the straight answers they need.” Practicing medicine today is complicated by legal considerations physicians of a generation ago didn’t have, she knows. “I want to help people; that’s why I went into medicine. Physicians have a different philosophy of helping than lawyers do.” But before things go down that road, Caleb shakes himself awake. Time to get back to what Fox loves: “It’s very powerful, healing people.”

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nvy the lucky therapy assistant who can take a nap after lunch. Sacked out on the floor, no less. “Normally, Caleb’s very active, but he just took a long walk and he’s tired out,” explains Jill Fox MD (A/S ’86, MED ’91) of her golden retriever whose usually lively presence is invaluable in treating young patients at Key Life Directions in Rossford, Ohio. Fox’s psychiatric practice has made use of animal-assisted therapy for years; Caleb, now three years old and certified through Assistance Dogs of America Inc., is the newest member of the team. To illustrate what he can do, Fox reaches behind a file cabinet and fishes out a small stuffed toy. Caleb is immediately awake and watching intently as Fox says, “I tell the kids we’re going to play a silly game. I throw the toy and when the child catches it, he answers a question. It’s a way to get kids talking without feeling pressured.” When she tosses the toy across the room, Caleb lunges to catch it on the arc, then brings it back. “The kids love that,” Fox notes. “And they don’t mind if the toy’s slobbered on.” Fox recalls one young patient who sat silently in the office, arms folded, mouth set in an unrevealing line — until Caleb entered. “We just talked about Caleb while we brushed him,” Fox says. “Pretty soon, after we’re discussing dogs in general, you slip in a question you want to know and [the patient] has been talking so much that it’s no longer a big deal. “That’s the magic of therapy animals.” Caleb also shines in a group where Fox and a social worker use therapy dogs to help treat troubled adolescent girls. “They’ve lived with terrible things: rape, abuse, neglect. But those girls have taught Caleb new commands; that ability to teach is such a thrill for them,” Fox says. As a psychiatrist, Fox is in the teaching business herself, with plenty to say about the most effective therapies. “Rather than putting labels on kids — because we don’t have a blood test for autism or Asperger’s — here we try to empower and encourage the child and the child’s family, to help them be their own best doctors. “Take a child with an obsessive-compulsive disorder, for example. The child may think things like ‘If I don’t catch this ball with this hand, my parents will die in a car wreck.’ We have them personify that fear into a monster they draw. Then we help them reduce the monster to a manageable size. Pretty soon that big monster is down to being just a small monster, and the child is much bigger.”

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Treating adolescents presents other challenges, though she says, “When I meet a patient who has green hair and every orifice pierced — those kids are some of the easiest patients to talk with, as long as they’re respected. You know they’re crying out for attention, or that there’s some issue, but the piercings are cues that everything is out there. “I look at them and think, ’Great! Now we can get down to business, without a lot of defenses.’” With or without defenses, Fox sees more depression in children, a trend she calls “worrisome. But kids are resilient.” What worries her more is the public’s fear of anti-depressants, caused by the so-called “black-box warnings” issued by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). “The FDA came out with the warning that certain medicines could trigger suicidal feelings, and some studies do show that. There are other studies, though, that show the opposite — a decrease in such thoughts. What has been very sad is that of the cases that inspired the warning, not one child died, though some were hospitalized. And parents now are absolutely terrified of medicines. “But here’s a very troubling statistic: The risk of suicide in a child or adolescent who has an untreated depression is almost ten times higher than the risk that prompted the blackbox warning.” Fox’s approach to the issue, characteristically, is education. “We don’t use medicines in every single person we see here because sometimes it’s not appropriate. If parents are dead-set against medication, we’ll honor that, but we try to put the medication within a framework of treatment. If after five or six weeks without medication, we’re not seeing progress, we can reconsider. “In the meantime, we’ll help families find good information on the debate. When parents are able to do that, they come back feeling more empowered.” Educating lawmakers as well would improve the practice of medicine on many levels, Fox believes. “But physicians are too busy to give politicians the straight answers they need.” Practicing medicine today is complicated by legal considerations physicians of a generation ago didn’t have, she knows. “I want to help people; that’s why I went into medicine. Physicians have a different philosophy of helping than lawyers do.” But before things go down that road, Caleb shakes himself awake. Time to get back to what Fox loves: “It’s very powerful, healing people.”

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Director m Associate ra g ro P rs no students to 19, Ho twenty-three From May 8 ith w ed el e, lzer and I trav e.” To prepar Skaidrite Ste nce in Greec ie er xp E ry o rs ono reek hist , in the first “H on ancient G se ur co a ure. nded and architect students atte t, mythology ar , hy mainland; p e so th lo Delphi on d religion, phi an s en th A ian rlwind tour: Peloponnes It was a whi afplio in the N d an s, ru W pidau antorini. e Mycenae, E Crete and S f o s nd la is d the to on the Peninsula; an ates and Pla cr o S f o s p in Athens. e footste Greek agora walked in th e th f o s et of d in the stre the Theater Acropolis an ne seats of o st ed rv ca e We walked We sat on th tern drama. es W f o ce irthpla e hilltop Dionysus, b d stood in th an e at G n o famed Li through the enae. yc es citadel of M e humaniti cturer in th

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all of ace to visit in my favorite pl as w lis the city. po ro of The Ac the center lis is on hill in po ro Ac e Th m to shine ore Greece. e sun seems th p, to on e higher in When you ar cause you are be st ju t no u; nce intensely on yo out to experie use you are ab ca be t your bu on t e, altitud umbprin ver leave a th re fo ill w st at th r something ng on thei be they were putti s, te e si e th It d ch day. mad brain … an ctures taken ea pi of s on illi , m alk by smiles for the e in Greece w people who liv e th … does it r — de y on da me w story every hi h uc m so l over e Great around and al e Taj Mahal, th u lived with th yo it If ? em , th ckyard would not affect enon in your ba rth Pa e th or , Wall of China e you? cease to amaz Nisha Patel,

PhD, senior

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I learned a few thi ngs about myself during this trip as well. The firs t thing is that I have become dependent on my cell phone and alw ays knowing what tim e of the day it is. At firs t it was really a struggle no t to be able to talk to a friend or family member any time I wanted … aft er a while, however, I en joyed not being ab le to be contacted. It was a good feeling to know that no one knew where I was and no one co uld contact me. I was having an experie nc e that was not interrupted by phone calls or a busy schedule. I felt the freest that I have ev er felt in my life. I even force d myself not to we ar a watch and just tried to en joy the moment an d not look on to the next even t.

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Director m Associate ra g ro P rs no students to 19, Ho twenty-three From May 8 ith w ed el e, lzer and I trav e.” To prepar Skaidrite Ste nce in Greec ie er xp E ry o rs ono reek hist , in the first “H on ancient G se ur co a ure. nded and architect students atte t, mythology ar , hy mainland; p e so th lo Delphi on d religion, phi an s en th A ian rlwind tour: Peloponnes It was a whi afplio in the N d an s, ru W pidau antorini. e Mycenae, E Crete and S f o s nd la is d the to on the Peninsula; an ates and Pla cr o S f o s p in Athens. e footste Greek agora walked in th e th f o s et of d in the stre the Theater Acropolis an ne seats of o st ed rv ca e We walked We sat on th tern drama. es W f o ce irthpla e hilltop Dionysus, b d stood in th an e at G n o famed Li through the enae. yc es citadel of M e humaniti cturer in th

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all of ace to visit in my favorite pl as w lis the city. po ro of The Ac the center lis is on hill in po ro Ac e Th m to shine ore Greece. e sun seems th p, to on e higher in When you ar cause you are be st ju t no u; nce intensely on yo out to experie use you are ab ca be t your bu on t e, altitud umbprin ver leave a th re fo ill w st at th r something ng on thei be they were putti s, te e si e th It d ch day. mad brain … an ctures taken ea pi of s on illi , m alk by smiles for the e in Greece w people who liv e th … does it r — de y on da me w story every hi h uc m so l over e Great around and al e Taj Mahal, th u lived with th yo it If ? em , th ckyard would not affect enon in your ba rth Pa e th or , Wall of China e you? cease to amaz Nisha Patel,

PhD, senior

Class of 2009

I learned a few thi ngs about myself during this trip as well. The firs t thing is that I have become dependent on my cell phone and alw ays knowing what tim e of the day it is. At firs t it was really a struggle no t to be able to talk to a friend or family member any time I wanted … aft er a while, however, I en joyed not being ab le to be contacted. It was a good feeling to know that no one knew where I was and no one co uld contact me. I was having an experie nc e that was not interrupted by phone calls or a busy schedule. I felt the freest that I have ev er felt in my life. I even force d myself not to we ar a watch and just tried to en joy the moment an d not look on to the next even t.

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like e would be g experienc in n ar le a e as trip was Shakespear To say this r of William e e ar c e I was in a th t! rstatemen describing e d n u g n lti r it is a revo er speak no successful; I could neith e ag u g , n se la ose ople in clo country wh ine other pe -n in, ty n e tw with el. I stayed understand tions of trav ra u d g n lo r , ate arters fo b-par hotels confined qu s, mostly su d ar d an first time in st e took, for th by American d an , st fa , and od for break arned, grew mediocre fo Naturally, I le r. e w o e best sh th ld ly co has been years, a tru int, this trip o p is th to s. Up made friend of my life. experience lass of 2009

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This sm all-tow n girl th diverse ought T group he Univ o f peop Greece ersity o le . Imagin f Toled for two e how o had a weeks from th I felt wa ! Stepp e plane lking aro in g in ri des, I w to the a und of whic itnesse irport g h I cou roggy d many ld unde this wh exchan rstand. ole oth ges, no I knew er lang ne that in seeing u a g e Greece every s spoken , ig th , n b e ut there re’s in lette new sy rs that llables ’s noth don’t re ing like for the mounta g fi rs is ter and t time. ins from Seeing hearing the win almost the oce ding str enough a n a e n e d the ts on th for me… my com e bus ri I saw w puter in de was hat I’d real life Shelly seen in ! It was Anders picture on, Cla pretty p s on ss of 2 o w erful. 010

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… more than an ything, actually this trip living y taught our life not? I re me the . The m alized, value o e a n ing of li during f beauty fe is to those m in Gree live it, is o ments ce, tha that ve it of brea t I had ry mom thtakin never re e g n t. ally live through It felt lik d my li e before the mo fe until tions. T th ever fe e n, I had here w lt so ali just go e re v e n ne ot man and aw Victori y times a Zien ake as ski, Cla where I did w ss of 2 I h en I wa 009 s in Gre ece.

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like e would be g experienc in n ar le a e as trip was Shakespear To say this r of William e e ar c e I was in a th t! rstatemen describing e d n u g n lti r it is a revo er speak no successful; I could neith e ag u g , n se la ose ople in clo country wh ine other pe -n in, ty n e tw with el. I stayed understand tions of trav ra u d g n lo r , ate arters fo b-par hotels confined qu s, mostly su d ar d an first time in st e took, for th by American d an , st fa , and od for break arned, grew mediocre fo Naturally, I le r. e w o e best sh th ld ly co has been years, a tru int, this trip o p is th to s. Up made friend of my life. experience lass of 2009

l, C Derek Mul

This sm all-tow n girl th diverse ought T group he Univ o f peop Greece ersity o le . Imagin f Toled for two e how o had a weeks from th I felt wa ! Stepp e plane lking aro in g in ri des, I w to the a und of whic itnesse irport g h I cou roggy d many ld unde this wh exchan rstand. ole oth ges, no I knew er lang ne that in seeing u a g e Greece every s spoken , ig th , n b e ut there re’s in lette new sy rs that llables ’s noth don’t re ing like for the mounta g fi rs is ter and t time. ins from Seeing hearing the win almost the oce ding str enough a n a e n e d the ts on th for me… my com e bus ri I saw w puter in de was hat I’d real life Shelly seen in ! It was Anders picture on, Cla pretty p s on ss of 2 o w erful. 010

in Athens s i l o p o r c of the A w e i v t h g i an

… more than an ything, actually this trip living y taught our life not? I re me the . The m alized, value o e a n ing of li during f beauty fe is to those m in Gree live it, is o ments ce, tha that ve it of brea t I had ry mom thtakin never re e g n t. ally live through It felt lik d my li e before the mo fe until tions. T th ever fe e n, I had here w lt so ali just go e re v e n ne ot man and aw Victori y times a Zien ake as ski, Cla where I did w ss of 2 I h en I wa 009 s in Gre ece.

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‘Let ’s bring our boys out!’ — a story of heroes

by Cynthia Nowak

Arthur Jibilian (Bus ’51) is 85 now. Mentally and physically nimble, he doesn’t fear computers, transcontinental travel or showdowns with the forces of ignorance — he’s still the master of all three in a cause he knows to be righteous. And he remembers what it was like to be “just a 20-year-old kid doing a job” in 1944, the year he parachuted into Nazi-occupied Yugoslavia in a mission to rescue downed American airmen. Or what it was like to work with Gen. Draza Mihailovich, the Serbian officer whose support carried the mission’s success into the category of spectacular. “He was an amazing man, a great man,” Jibilian says. “What I’m going to relate is the truth, the story of a hero and martyr.” From his home on a tidy street in Fremont, Ohio, the former GI mixes sanddry humor with a deep outrage that burns more than sixty years after the mission ended. “At the time, I didn’t know ninety percent of what I know now about the politics of the situation,” he says. What the young Toledoan — known as Jibby to his friends — did know was that he wanted to join the Navy. After failing the Navy Air Corps eye test by a single letter, he entered the regular Navy in 1943. Boot camp was followed by

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training as a radio operator, and it was that skill that attracted the attention of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS, precursor of the CIA). Always on the lookout for particular skills, the OSS employed a seductive combination of secrecy and patriotic appeal to recruit thousands of operatives during the war. So in a closed-door session, an OSS officer explained to Jibilian the organization’s desperate need for radiomen, and outlined a behind-enemy-lines operation that was short on details but clearly no cakewalk. “He told me, ’You’ll be dropped by parachute, probably as part of a team, on a very dangerous mission, but the intelligence you’ll gather could be of inestimable value to our cause.’ “He was very upfront about the danger. He said there was a good chance I wouldn’t return, but at that age, death is not a possibility. It’s somewhere way off in the future — so I volunteered.” After training in hand-to-hand combat, small arms and demolition, Art made his first four parachute jumps and — fitted with his radio transmitter, disguised as a small suitcase — was ready for duty. Visualize now an Indiana Jones moment with a line tracking across a map from Fort Benning, Georgia, to Cairo, Egypt, where Jibilian linked up with the rest of his team: OSS Lt. Eli Popovich and Col. Lynn Farish. Then to Bari, Italy, to board the plane bound for Yugoslavia. As well as outright danger, they were parachuting into complexity: the internal politics of Yugoslavian resistance. The territory in which Jibby and the other men landed was held by the followers — known as Partisans — of Marshal Josip Broz Tito, a man as vehemently pro-Communist as he was anti-Fascist. Tito’s hope was to drive out the Nazis and establish a Communist government in Yugoslavia; his all-or-nothing efforts were daring, aggressive — and in the Mihailovich and Lalich, AJ: “The Germans are here.”

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view of resistance leader Draza Mihailovich, deadly to the Yugoslavian people. Mihailovich, who led another group of resistance fighters known as Chetniks, was equally determined to defeat the Germans, but wanted to wait for help from the Allies before staging an all-out uprising. He was acutely aware of the brutality of Nazi reprisals; reactions against Tito’s operations led to the deaths of seventy-eight thousand civilians in the area where Mihailovich was operating. To complicate matters further was the country’s longstanding ethnic divide: Tito was a Croat, Mihailovich a Serb. None of this was of primary concern to Jibilian and his cohorts at the time. Conceived to gather intelligence, their mission quickly turned to simple survival. “My radio wouldn’t pick up any transmission at first, but the Germans heard me all right!” Jibilian recalls. “Whenever I got on, they sent dive bombers to strafe our position. Then they sent a contingent to get us. “We had to jettison everything except the radio pack. I carried that, a Remington submachine gun and a .45. It was April and as we started up a mountain, it got colder and colder. We ran into snowdrifts. Our clothes froze to our bodies. “The only food we had was dark bread and goat cheese the peasants gave us, and some pears we grabbed from trees. This sustained us for the six days we were on the march and the Germans finally gave up. We were all sick as dogs.” The locals who helped the trio also told them of American airmen who were in hiding. With their original mission in tatters, the OSS operatives decided to attempt a rescue as they made their own way out of Yugoslavia. With the help of Partisan fighters, they located the airmen and — following a nighttime firefight at a bridge — were able to get them out. “The OSS brought out about twenty airmen, carrying them on oxcarts. That’s why I got the Silver Star,” says Jibilian. The mission turned out to be a rehearsal. The OSS learned that there were more American airmen awaiting rescue — and Jibby was ready to help. “The second mission was a picnic compared to the first,” he says. “It was almost a pleasure — except for the dirt [the Allies] were doing to Mihailovich by that point.”

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‘Let ’s bring our boys out!’ — a story of heroes

by Cynthia Nowak

Arthur Jibilian (Bus ’51) is 85 now. Mentally and physically nimble, he doesn’t fear computers, transcontinental travel or showdowns with the forces of ignorance — he’s still the master of all three in a cause he knows to be righteous. And he remembers what it was like to be “just a 20-year-old kid doing a job” in 1944, the year he parachuted into Nazi-occupied Yugoslavia in a mission to rescue downed American airmen. Or what it was like to work with Gen. Draza Mihailovich, the Serbian officer whose support carried the mission’s success into the category of spectacular. “He was an amazing man, a great man,” Jibilian says. “What I’m going to relate is the truth, the story of a hero and martyr.” From his home on a tidy street in Fremont, Ohio, the former GI mixes sanddry humor with a deep outrage that burns more than sixty years after the mission ended. “At the time, I didn’t know ninety percent of what I know now about the politics of the situation,” he says. What the young Toledoan — known as Jibby to his friends — did know was that he wanted to join the Navy. After failing the Navy Air Corps eye test by a single letter, he entered the regular Navy in 1943. Boot camp was followed by

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training as a radio operator, and it was that skill that attracted the attention of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS, precursor of the CIA). Always on the lookout for particular skills, the OSS employed a seductive combination of secrecy and patriotic appeal to recruit thousands of operatives during the war. So in a closed-door session, an OSS officer explained to Jibilian the organization’s desperate need for radiomen, and outlined a behind-enemy-lines operation that was short on details but clearly no cakewalk. “He told me, ’You’ll be dropped by parachute, probably as part of a team, on a very dangerous mission, but the intelligence you’ll gather could be of inestimable value to our cause.’ “He was very upfront about the danger. He said there was a good chance I wouldn’t return, but at that age, death is not a possibility. It’s somewhere way off in the future — so I volunteered.” After training in hand-to-hand combat, small arms and demolition, Art made his first four parachute jumps and — fitted with his radio transmitter, disguised as a small suitcase — was ready for duty. Visualize now an Indiana Jones moment with a line tracking across a map from Fort Benning, Georgia, to Cairo, Egypt, where Jibilian linked up with the rest of his team: OSS Lt. Eli Popovich and Col. Lynn Farish. Then to Bari, Italy, to board the plane bound for Yugoslavia. As well as outright danger, they were parachuting into complexity: the internal politics of Yugoslavian resistance. The territory in which Jibby and the other men landed was held by the followers — known as Partisans — of Marshal Josip Broz Tito, a man as vehemently pro-Communist as he was anti-Fascist. Tito’s hope was to drive out the Nazis and establish a Communist government in Yugoslavia; his all-or-nothing efforts were daring, aggressive — and in the Mihailovich and Lalich, AJ: “The Germans are here.”

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view of resistance leader Draza Mihailovich, deadly to the Yugoslavian people. Mihailovich, who led another group of resistance fighters known as Chetniks, was equally determined to defeat the Germans, but wanted to wait for help from the Allies before staging an all-out uprising. He was acutely aware of the brutality of Nazi reprisals; reactions against Tito’s operations led to the deaths of seventy-eight thousand civilians in the area where Mihailovich was operating. To complicate matters further was the country’s longstanding ethnic divide: Tito was a Croat, Mihailovich a Serb. None of this was of primary concern to Jibilian and his cohorts at the time. Conceived to gather intelligence, their mission quickly turned to simple survival. “My radio wouldn’t pick up any transmission at first, but the Germans heard me all right!” Jibilian recalls. “Whenever I got on, they sent dive bombers to strafe our position. Then they sent a contingent to get us. “We had to jettison everything except the radio pack. I carried that, a Remington submachine gun and a .45. It was April and as we started up a mountain, it got colder and colder. We ran into snowdrifts. Our clothes froze to our bodies. “The only food we had was dark bread and goat cheese the peasants gave us, and some pears we grabbed from trees. This sustained us for the six days we were on the march and the Germans finally gave up. We were all sick as dogs.” The locals who helped the trio also told them of American airmen who were in hiding. With their original mission in tatters, the OSS operatives decided to attempt a rescue as they made their own way out of Yugoslavia. With the help of Partisan fighters, they located the airmen and — following a nighttime firefight at a bridge — were able to get them out. “The OSS brought out about twenty airmen, carrying them on oxcarts. That’s why I got the Silver Star,” says Jibilian. The mission turned out to be a rehearsal. The OSS learned that there were more American airmen awaiting rescue — and Jibby was ready to help. “The second mission was a picnic compared to the first,” he says. “It was almost a pleasure — except for the dirt [the Allies] were doing to Mihailovich by that point.”

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In fact, the British, acting in part on antiMihailovich reports from a Communist “mole” in their own secret service, threw their support behind Tito and abandoned Mihailovich. So when the OSS proposed another rescue — called the Halyard Mission — the British were not enthusiastic. “I can’t prove what I’m about to say, but I’m convinced that the British wanted us all to turn out MIA or KIA,” Jibilian says. “They didn’t want us to rescue the airmen from Mihailovich’s territory because that would refute the story that he was a collaborator. I don’t know if this actually occurred, but the story goes that [President] Roosevelt and [OSS Director William] Donovan were talking. Roosevelt said, ‘You know, our British cousins are very unhappy about this Halyard Mission.’ Donovan said, ‘Screw the British, let’s bring our boys out!’” The mission, this time composed of Capt. George Muselin, Lt. Mike Rajacic and Navy Radio Operator Arthur “Jibby” Jibilian, was given ten days to rescue fifty airmen. It stretched into six months and brought out more than five hundred men. “Instead of fifty, we initially found about two hundred and fifty, some of them in pretty bad shape,” Jibilian recalls. “Most of them had been shot down during the bombings of the oil fields of Ploesti.” On a makeshift airfield outside the town of Pranjani, what Jibilian calls “those big, beautiful, lumbering C-47s” began to land to evacuate the airmen. “We worked hard every night moving stones and rocks and extending the length to give the planes more of a safety margin. The German garrison was only twenty miles away. “When I think back, I don’t know how the hell we completed the whole operation.”

Some of the rescued airmen

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In the meantime, he says, Mihailovich told the Americans that other airmen were hidden throughout his territory. “So if we wanted, he would funnel them to us. “I can’t say enough about the protection that the Chetniks and the Serbian people gave to our boys. They’d been raped by the Germans, devastated by a civil war, they didn’t have two nickels to rub together. And here are two hundred-forty Americans in their territory who have to be fed. Some of the guys who were healthy told me that it took them a while to realize that when they sat down to eat, they consumed the food for the entire family who stood there and watched them.” It’s when Jibilian remembers the hero’s welcome the besieged Serbs gave Mihailovich that his voice falters with emotion. “They’d meet him with flowers and singing whenever he entered a village. “I was one of the very few people who was with both the partisans and the Chetniks. I never met Tito, but when I was with the Partisans, we were shadowed. There was always someone hovering near us, allegedly for our protection. “Every so often when we were able to get away and talk to the people, the question we were asked most frequently was ’Why are the Americans backing Tito?’ I finally learned to answer, ’Samo Bog zna’ — only God knows — whenever I was pinned down.” Jibby returned with the last group of the five hundred airmen late in 1944, following the Fifth Army until the war ended. “I got a job with the Veterans Administration. One day I picked up the Washington Post and read a small article about how the forces of Marshall Tito had captured General Mihailovich. Well, a whole bunch of memories came flooding back.” The rescued airmen saw the story as well; they organized a committee to save the general from being tried as a Nazi collaborator. Jibilian was part of the effort: “We contacted our state Congressmen and asked this: Let the rescued airmen testify at his trail, let the OSS personnel testify, and move the trial to a neutral country. “The [U.S.] State Department told us that it wasn’t necessary, that there was enough evidence to convict him. Or we were told it was an internal Yugoslavian affair. Mihailovich was tried and executed. “‘Murdered’ would be a better word,” Jibilian says. “I don’t know why, but they gouged his

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eyes out before they shot him. The lawyer who defended him was also shot. Mihailovich was buried in an unmarked grave because the Communists knew that otherwise it would become a shrine.” Fast-forward about sixty years. “I get a letter from the Serbian government saying they were going to dedicate the field at Pranjani and would like you to be there at dedication. My wife (Beverly [Williams], Bus ’51) and I went and were given the VIP treatment. We starved on that first mission, but they made it up on this one!” Two of the rescued pilots were also there, along with former OSS operative George Vuynovich. “Six months later there was another invitation from Serbia, this time to present the Legion of Merit to Mihailovich’s daughter. [President] Truman had awarded it in 1948 but it couldn’t be delivered because of the hostile government in Yugoslavia. Now Tito was gone, Milosovich was gone and it could be presented. “This time we didn’t get the same publicity. The American ambassador told us that the presentation would be made in a private home. The excuse given was that there were delicate negotiations going on between Serbians, Slovenians, Bosnians, Macedonians, Herzegovanians, Croatians.”

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He pauses to collect his thoughts — and feelings. “You know, the truth is the truth is the truth. There’s nothing to be gained by not telling what actually happened; it’s historical fact.” He’s shared the facts many times, making public presentations in several American cities. “It’s a story the American people should know: what the Serbians did for our boys and what Mihailovich did for our boys. That’s the bottomline. He doesn’t deserve to go down in history as a traitor. In Serbia, they don’t even teach about him in the schools.” The 2007 book, The Forgotten 500 (see note below), comes in for special praise: “That has it down in black and white. We’re reaching people now, where before we were sort of howling into the wind for sixty years.” The old soldier is back in command of his emotions now. “So that’s my tale and it’s been told. “The only sad part is that Muselin and Eli and some of the others aren’t here to see what’s happening, finally.” Some facts in this story were taken from the 2007 book The Forgotten 500 by Gregory A. Freeman (New American Library).

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In fact, the British, acting in part on antiMihailovich reports from a Communist “mole” in their own secret service, threw their support behind Tito and abandoned Mihailovich. So when the OSS proposed another rescue — called the Halyard Mission — the British were not enthusiastic. “I can’t prove what I’m about to say, but I’m convinced that the British wanted us all to turn out MIA or KIA,” Jibilian says. “They didn’t want us to rescue the airmen from Mihailovich’s territory because that would refute the story that he was a collaborator. I don’t know if this actually occurred, but the story goes that [President] Roosevelt and [OSS Director William] Donovan were talking. Roosevelt said, ‘You know, our British cousins are very unhappy about this Halyard Mission.’ Donovan said, ‘Screw the British, let’s bring our boys out!’” The mission, this time composed of Capt. George Muselin, Lt. Mike Rajacic and Navy Radio Operator Arthur “Jibby” Jibilian, was given ten days to rescue fifty airmen. It stretched into six months and brought out more than five hundred men. “Instead of fifty, we initially found about two hundred and fifty, some of them in pretty bad shape,” Jibilian recalls. “Most of them had been shot down during the bombings of the oil fields of Ploesti.” On a makeshift airfield outside the town of Pranjani, what Jibilian calls “those big, beautiful, lumbering C-47s” began to land to evacuate the airmen. “We worked hard every night moving stones and rocks and extending the length to give the planes more of a safety margin. The German garrison was only twenty miles away. “When I think back, I don’t know how the hell we completed the whole operation.”

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In the meantime, he says, Mihailovich told the Americans that other airmen were hidden throughout his territory. “So if we wanted, he would funnel them to us. “I can’t say enough about the protection that the Chetniks and the Serbian people gave to our boys. They’d been raped by the Germans, devastated by a civil war, they didn’t have two nickels to rub together. And here are two hundred-forty Americans in their territory who have to be fed. Some of the guys who were healthy told me that it took them a while to realize that when they sat down to eat, they consumed the food for the entire family who stood there and watched them.” It’s when Jibilian remembers the hero’s welcome the besieged Serbs gave Mihailovich that his voice falters with emotion. “They’d meet him with flowers and singing whenever he entered a village. “I was one of the very few people who was with both the partisans and the Chetniks. I never met Tito, but when I was with the Partisans, we were shadowed. There was always someone hovering near us, allegedly for our protection. “Every so often when we were able to get away and talk to the people, the question we were asked most frequently was ’Why are the Americans backing Tito?’ I finally learned to answer, ’Samo Bog zna’ — only God knows — whenever I was pinned down.” Jibby returned with the last group of the five hundred airmen late in 1944, following the Fifth Army until the war ended. “I got a job with the Veterans Administration. One day I picked up the Washington Post and read a small article about how the forces of Marshall Tito had captured General Mihailovich. Well, a whole bunch of memories came flooding back.” The rescued airmen saw the story as well; they organized a committee to save the general from being tried as a Nazi collaborator. Jibilian was part of the effort: “We contacted our state Congressmen and asked this: Let the rescued airmen testify at his trail, let the OSS personnel testify, and move the trial to a neutral country. “The [U.S.] State Department told us that it wasn’t necessary, that there was enough evidence to convict him. Or we were told it was an internal Yugoslavian affair. Mihailovich was tried and executed. “‘Murdered’ would be a better word,” Jibilian says. “I don’t know why, but they gouged his

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eyes out before they shot him. The lawyer who defended him was also shot. Mihailovich was buried in an unmarked grave because the Communists knew that otherwise it would become a shrine.” Fast-forward about sixty years. “I get a letter from the Serbian government saying they were going to dedicate the field at Pranjani and would like you to be there at dedication. My wife (Beverly [Williams], Bus ’51) and I went and were given the VIP treatment. We starved on that first mission, but they made it up on this one!” Two of the rescued pilots were also there, along with former OSS operative George Vuynovich. “Six months later there was another invitation from Serbia, this time to present the Legion of Merit to Mihailovich’s daughter. [President] Truman had awarded it in 1948 but it couldn’t be delivered because of the hostile government in Yugoslavia. Now Tito was gone, Milosovich was gone and it could be presented. “This time we didn’t get the same publicity. The American ambassador told us that the presentation would be made in a private home. The excuse given was that there were delicate negotiations going on between Serbians, Slovenians, Bosnians, Macedonians, Herzegovanians, Croatians.”

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Final day: AJ at bottom, Lalich above, with Serbian students

He pauses to collect his thoughts — and feelings. “You know, the truth is the truth is the truth. There’s nothing to be gained by not telling what actually happened; it’s historical fact.” He’s shared the facts many times, making public presentations in several American cities. “It’s a story the American people should know: what the Serbians did for our boys and what Mihailovich did for our boys. That’s the bottomline. He doesn’t deserve to go down in history as a traitor. In Serbia, they don’t even teach about him in the schools.” The 2007 book, The Forgotten 500 (see note below), comes in for special praise: “That has it down in black and white. We’re reaching people now, where before we were sort of howling into the wind for sixty years.” The old soldier is back in command of his emotions now. “So that’s my tale and it’s been told. “The only sad part is that Muselin and Eli and some of the others aren’t here to see what’s happening, finally.” Some facts in this story were taken from the 2007 book The Forgotten 500 by Gregory A. Freeman (New American Library).

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Financial firms playing Russian Roulette with the global economy! Top athletes doping like — well, athletes on steroids! Politicians betraying the public by having affairs/using undue influence/hiding facts of transgender grandmothers! The question of ethics is everywhere — yet the virtue itself seems to have disappeared from public life. Are ethical quandaries the exclusive territory of the powerful and the prominent? The rest of us recognize the right thing to do nine times out of ten — don’t we?

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Financial firms playing Russian Roulette with the global economy! Top athletes doping like — well, athletes on steroids! Politicians betraying the public by having affairs/using undue influence/hiding facts of transgender grandmothers! The question of ethics is everywhere — yet the virtue itself seems to have disappeared from public life. Are ethical quandaries the exclusive territory of the powerful and the prominent? The rest of us recognize the right thing to do nine times out of ten — don’t we?

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private places

ET Building on Scott Park Campus “While it doesn’t look like much, this secluded area surrounding the ET [engineering technology] Building contains a wildlife refuge in the middle of our urban campus. A clearing of moguls split by a stream and guarded by tall oaks and cottonwoods defines the area that acts as a haven for deer, ducks, rabbits, groundhogs, geese, owls and even bald eagles. The location is a welcome natural respite from the daily hectic routine of engineering education.” Nicholas V. Kissoff PhD, associate professor and director, Construction Engineering Technology Program

Plasterwork on fifth floor of University Hall, site of former library Maybe it’s a basic human need, to carve out private corners of a public world.

Certainly every UT alum holds certain campus locations semi-sacred. Sometimes it’s a single romantic association; more often we remember a haven to regularly escape the day’s pressures. Since today’s campuses are the intimate purview of faculty and staff, we’re betting that some of their hallowed spaces will intersect with alumni memories — or open eyes to recent changes. Either way, enjoy your guided tour through

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“My position in Arts and Sciences has taken me to almost all corners of University Hall. It is a great place with a comfortably worn-in character and many mysterious secrets. While storing some obsolete computers on the fifth floor, imagine my surprise when I noticed I was being watched. There are many examples of fine craftsmanship in this building. None have the sweet poignancy of this plaster beauty forever silencing an empty space.”

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ET Building on Scott Park Campus “While it doesn’t look like much, this secluded area surrounding the ET [engineering technology] Building contains a wildlife refuge in the middle of our urban campus. A clearing of moguls split by a stream and guarded by tall oaks and cottonwoods defines the area that acts as a haven for deer, ducks, rabbits, groundhogs, geese, owls and even bald eagles. The location is a welcome natural respite from the daily hectic routine of engineering education.” Nicholas V. Kissoff PhD, associate professor and director, Construction Engineering Technology Program

Plasterwork on fifth floor of University Hall, site of former library Maybe it’s a basic human need, to carve out private corners of a public world.

Certainly every UT alum holds certain campus locations semi-sacred. Sometimes it’s a single romantic association; more often we remember a haven to regularly escape the day’s pressures. Since today’s campuses are the intimate purview of faculty and staff, we’re betting that some of their hallowed spaces will intersect with alumni memories — or open eyes to recent changes. Either way, enjoy your guided tour through

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“My position in Arts and Sciences has taken me to almost all corners of University Hall. It is a great place with a comfortably worn-in character and many mysterious secrets. While storing some obsolete computers on the fifth floor, imagine my surprise when I noticed I was being watched. There are many examples of fine craftsmanship in this building. None have the sweet poignancy of this plaster beauty forever silencing an empty space.”

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Outreach by Joe Ann Cousino “There was a local artist who did wonderful sculptures — she recently died [in December 2007]. One of her creations is in a green corner and depicts a woman with a dove — it is sort of hidden and I bet not too many people know about it. Another sculpture [Joy of Generations] by the same artist is in the hospital main lobby. The same artist did [Woman with the Birds] at Toledo Botanical Gardens. I think it would be nice to remind people that we had that wonderful artist here in Toledo.”

Ottawa River behind Carlson Library “Standing on the foot bridge or sitting along the shore, you can watch the ducks sunning themselves on the bank; occasionally a fish will jump out of the water. On a slightly breezy day, the water is clear and flows gently downstream. What fun it would be to take a canoe ride on a warm summer day. It is a vastly underrated sight on campus! I’m looking forward to it becoming a mini-park with benches for all of us to enjoy.”

Ewa Skrzypczak-Jankun MD, associate professor, Department of Urology

Beth Nicholson, director, Career Services

Mural in Language Pathology Lab “Waiting rooms are scary places, especially for little children. But not UT’s Speech Language Pathology Clinic waiting room in the Health and Human Sciences Building. It is my favorite corner because it is wonderful to see children with problems like hearing impairment, stuttering and other communication issues surrounded by bright colors and cheerful images designed to make them feel comfortable and welcome while they wait for their appointments with UT’s speech language clinicians and audiologists.” Barbaranne Benjamin, associate dean and professor, Health Science & Human Services

Pharmacy Professional Practice Development Lab “This teaching lab (Wolfe Hall Rooms 1266-1269) is where pharmacy students learn many of the skills needed to practice pharmacy. It’s viewed as a model teaching lab for other colleges of pharmacy. Many of our pharmacy alums graduated when the college was in University Hall and haven't seen the new facility in Wolfe Hall. They would be blown away by how the current facility compares.” Mary Powers PhD, associate professor, College of Pharmacy

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Outreach by Joe Ann Cousino “There was a local artist who did wonderful sculptures — she recently died [in December 2007]. One of her creations is in a green corner and depicts a woman with a dove — it is sort of hidden and I bet not too many people know about it. Another sculpture [Joy of Generations] by the same artist is in the hospital main lobby. The same artist did [Woman with the Birds] at Toledo Botanical Gardens. I think it would be nice to remind people that we had that wonderful artist here in Toledo.”

Ottawa River behind Carlson Library “Standing on the foot bridge or sitting along the shore, you can watch the ducks sunning themselves on the bank; occasionally a fish will jump out of the water. On a slightly breezy day, the water is clear and flows gently downstream. What fun it would be to take a canoe ride on a warm summer day. It is a vastly underrated sight on campus! I’m looking forward to it becoming a mini-park with benches for all of us to enjoy.”

Ewa Skrzypczak-Jankun MD, associate professor, Department of Urology

Beth Nicholson, director, Career Services

Mural in Language Pathology Lab “Waiting rooms are scary places, especially for little children. But not UT’s Speech Language Pathology Clinic waiting room in the Health and Human Sciences Building. It is my favorite corner because it is wonderful to see children with problems like hearing impairment, stuttering and other communication issues surrounded by bright colors and cheerful images designed to make them feel comfortable and welcome while they wait for their appointments with UT’s speech language clinicians and audiologists.” Barbaranne Benjamin, associate dean and professor, Health Science & Human Services

Pharmacy Professional Practice Development Lab “This teaching lab (Wolfe Hall Rooms 1266-1269) is where pharmacy students learn many of the skills needed to practice pharmacy. It’s viewed as a model teaching lab for other colleges of pharmacy. Many of our pharmacy alums graduated when the college was in University Hall and haven't seen the new facility in Wolfe Hall. They would be blown away by how the current facility compares.” Mary Powers PhD, associate professor, College of Pharmacy

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Centennial Mall plaque “As a newer employee (March 2007), I acquainted myself with the campus by walking my dog during times when the campus was less congested. Sunday mornings are a particularly quiet and peaceful time to survey the landscape and become more familiar with the location of buildings and landmarks. I frequently stop to read the quote from Dr. Doermann on the plaque dedicating the mall. His final sentence in the quote is timeless: 'This is our faith in you.' This quote is both generational and inspirational and speaks to both current students, faculty/staff and alumni.”

Corners for reflection “So many to choose from — the rose garden in the courtyard at Scott Park, the new garden and statue underneath the Romeo and Juliet balcony of UHall, the seating on the mezzanine of the Student Union overlooking the connection with the library, any quiet corner with a chair in the library stacks. Places of beauty, places of quiet meditation, places to curl up with a stack of books and read for what seems at the start like an eternity. These places mark the blessings of being a student.”

Nancy Koerner, director of planned giving

Sarah Abts, instructor, Department of English

Skyview Atrium “The camaraderie amongst employees was enthusiastic when institution-wide celebrations occurred under former MCO/ MUO/UT presidents. Nurses Days, Administrative Professional Days, Passing-JCAHO-Inspections Days, assorted holidays and all the fundraising sales. There was a lot of fun echoing in that atrium ... reminded me of the traditional ‘family room’ for everyone. The Skyview Atrium is a very versatile place to have in a medical center. I had many memories made there!” Liz Henderson, retired from Department of Physical Therapy

Stacks in Carlson Library “My fave places are the Rec Center weight machines and indoor track and the stacks in the library. Rec Center because exercise keeps the barnacles off my brain and the stacks because UT has a great collection of books. I have found some superb volumes out of pure serendipity by hanging out in the stacks.” Lawrence A. Baines PhD, Judith Daso Herb Chair in English Education

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Centennial Mall plaque “As a newer employee (March 2007), I acquainted myself with the campus by walking my dog during times when the campus was less congested. Sunday mornings are a particularly quiet and peaceful time to survey the landscape and become more familiar with the location of buildings and landmarks. I frequently stop to read the quote from Dr. Doermann on the plaque dedicating the mall. His final sentence in the quote is timeless: 'This is our faith in you.' This quote is both generational and inspirational and speaks to both current students, faculty/staff and alumni.”

Corners for reflection “So many to choose from — the rose garden in the courtyard at Scott Park, the new garden and statue underneath the Romeo and Juliet balcony of UHall, the seating on the mezzanine of the Student Union overlooking the connection with the library, any quiet corner with a chair in the library stacks. Places of beauty, places of quiet meditation, places to curl up with a stack of books and read for what seems at the start like an eternity. These places mark the blessings of being a student.”

Nancy Koerner, director of planned giving

Sarah Abts, instructor, Department of English

Skyview Atrium “The camaraderie amongst employees was enthusiastic when institution-wide celebrations occurred under former MCO/ MUO/UT presidents. Nurses Days, Administrative Professional Days, Passing-JCAHO-Inspections Days, assorted holidays and all the fundraising sales. There was a lot of fun echoing in that atrium ... reminded me of the traditional ‘family room’ for everyone. The Skyview Atrium is a very versatile place to have in a medical center. I had many memories made there!” Liz Henderson, retired from Department of Physical Therapy

Stacks in Carlson Library “My fave places are the Rec Center weight machines and indoor track and the stacks in the library. Rec Center because exercise keeps the barnacles off my brain and the stacks because UT has a great collection of books. I have found some superb volumes out of pure serendipity by hanging out in the stacks.” Lawrence A. Baines PhD, Judith Daso Herb Chair in English Education

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Homecoming 2008

A busy weekend! Photo above — left to right: Carrie Serber (Bus ’00), Edward H. Schmidt Outstanding Young Alum; Jim Scheib (Bus ’59), Blue T Award winner; Sue Scheib; Associate Vice President for Alumni Relations Dan Saevig; UT President Lloyd Jacobs MD; Alumni Association President Jon Dvorak MD; Carol Koester; William C. Koester (Eng ’60), Gold T Award winner. Top left, Alumni Gala. Facing page, top right, Homecoming Grand Marshals Chuck and Jackie Sullivan. Bottom right, Homecoming King and Queen Kyle Koenig and Breanne Democko

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Homecoming 2008

A busy weekend! Photo above — left to right: Carrie Serber (Bus ’00), Edward H. Schmidt Outstanding Young Alum; Jim Scheib (Bus ’59), Blue T Award winner; Sue Scheib; Associate Vice President for Alumni Relations Dan Saevig; UT President Lloyd Jacobs MD; Alumni Association President Jon Dvorak MD; Carol Koester; William C. Koester (Eng ’60), Gold T Award winner. Top left, Alumni Gala. Facing page, top right, Homecoming Grand Marshals Chuck and Jackie Sullivan. Bottom right, Homecoming King and Queen Kyle Koenig and Breanne Democko

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class notes

Editor’s Note: Class notes submitted by alumni are not verified by the editors. While we welcome alumni news, Toledo Alumni Magazine is not responsible for information contained in class notes.

1940s Nathan Schwartz (Bus ’40) and his wife, Dorothy, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in September with their family. Retired from SSOE Inc. in Toledo, Nathan serves as CFO of J&D Core Supply. Paul Dexter (A/S ’48) who batted .397 while playing for UT, wants to hear from “some of the old ball players.” He lives in Oriental, N.C., where he competes in the Senior Games, so far winning 76 gold medals. He’s at pnjdexter@netzero.net.

1950s George W. Green (Bus ’50, MBA ’51), Dearborn, Mich., won second-place honors in the inaugural Wayne County Senior Spelling Bee, slated to become an annual event.

Bill Barkan (Law ’55), a partner in the Toledo law firm of Barkan & Robon, received the Corporate (Bob Wick) Jewish Community Service Award from the United Jewish Council of Greater Toledo.

Oleh R. Cieply (Eng ’58) earned his master’s degree in

engineering (with a focus on hydrology and hydraulics) from Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, Mich., where he’s been an adjunct professor — 50 years after he earned his UT degree. Retired now from teaching, from long service in the Army Reserves and from engineering firm WadeTrim Associates, he remains active with the UkrainianAmerican Veterans Group and local singers The Golden Bells.

1960s Don Bauerschmidt (Bus ’62) was honored as a Hometown Hero by the city of Maumee for his community involvement, including volunteer work at the Wolcott Museum Complex.

certification as an internal auditor, management accountant and fraud examiner, is executive district director, internal audit, for the Wayne County (Mich.) Community College District. He and his wife, Lynette, have been married for 32 years and have three children: Jessica, Ashley and Corey.

David A. Juhnke (UTCTC ’68) was promoted to assistant vice president/internal auditor at the Archbold, Ohio, office of Farmers & Merchants State Bank.

Fang Cheng Fu PhD (MEng ’69, PhD ’71) received the 2007 “Boss” Kettering Award — General Motors’ top technical honor for internal innovation —

at the GM Design Dome in Warren, Mich.

Living the Nightly Thunder

1970s Marguerite Terrill PhD (Ed ’70), Mt. Pleasant, Mich., is a professor of teacher education at Central Michigan University after spending four years teaching at the University of Maine. She has one son, four grandchildren and would love to hear from fellow alums at terri1mm@cmich.edu. Chris J. Zervos (A/S ’71) was awarded the Patriarch Athenagoras medallion by the Mid-Eastern Federation of Greek Orthodox Church Musicians in recognition of his contributions

Larry Rochelle (Ed ’62, Ed Spec ’80) had his latest installment in the adventures of fictional tennis pro Palmer Morel published as Dance with the Pony, describing it as “Cincinnati exposed: sex, secrecy and corruption.” It’s available on Amazon.com.

James H. Rex PhD (Ed ’66, MEd ’70, PhD ’73) is state superintendent of education with the South Carolina Department of Education. Previously, he was president of Columbia College and vice president of advancement with the University of South Carolina.

Robert Wettle (Bus ’66, MBA ’69), Toledo, who has

Cieply ’58

Braylock and Todd

A round of applause for two recent UT grads who are already changing lives for the better. Greg Braylock Jr. (Ed ’07) and Joel Todd (A/S ’07) received 2008 Youth Empowerment Awards from the City of Toledo Board of Community Relations this past summer. The award’s source made the honor special, says Greg, who works at United Way of Greater Toledo as community impact specialist in education: “We were nominated by youth in the city of Toledo. To receive accolades from directors and political officials is one thing, but having the folks you work to serve say, ‘Great job, we appreciate you for impacting my life’ continues to inspire me to do the work I have a passion for.” Joel, guidance coordinator for UT’s Upward Bound Program, seconds the sentiment: “I think this honor is set apart from many others because it was given by the people I love to serve. It makes me feel good about myself, that the things I’m doing are not in vain, that the students really do benefit.”

A day in the life of a pharmacist might traditionally involve counseling patients, filling prescriptions and managing employees. Not so for Michael Slyk PharmD (PharmD ’95), who resides in Warren, Ohio, with wife, Tina (Genetta) Slyk PharmD (PharmD ’95), and sons, Hayden and Hunter. By day, he manages long-term geriatric care facilities through Jilltin Management Group, but when night falls, Michael oversees the action at arena football games. Along with his two partners, Michael owns the Mahoning Valley Thunder, an Arena Football 2 (a2f) team based in Youngstown. The af2, a feeder source for the AFL and NFL, serves small markets in areas that include Boise, Idaho, and Peoria, Ill. The team, now in its second season, has revitalized downtown Youngstown and taken Slyk’s life in a new direction. Slyk expected to earn his UT degree and work in retail pharmacy for the rest of his life. His mentor, pharmacy practice professor Vince Mauro PharmD, challenged him to focus his drive to succeed. When Michael messed up in class, Mauro was sure to mention a waiter’s job opening at Rosie’s Italian Grill. Michael heeded the warnings; after starting Pharmacotherapy Associates, a pharmaceutical consulting business, Slyk became co-owner of Jilltin Management Group.

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Columbus Destroyers (AFL) owner Jim Renacci encouraged Michael and his business partner, Tim Chesney, to purchase an af2 franchise. Team ownership was the furthest thing from their minds, but they applied, received league approval and began the two-year process of working with local media, community leaders and Youngstown Mayor Jay Williams to launch the team. As a team owner, Slyk is involved in all daily operations, including event planning and merchandise selection. While the toughest part of the job is “paying the bills,” Michael says, the rewards include “the response from the community and seeing how much they value this.” At the end of each game, he notes, the field is opened for fans to meet the players: “Arena football is very fan-friendly. It’s such a thrill for [fans] to actually be on the field.” Michael is particularly concerned with living up to the expectations of the community and commends the Thunder’s “top-notch staff” for making his job easier. Michael says he was “blessed with determination, drive and a very supportive wife and family who tolerate a lot of early mornings and late nights.” Although he is not where he planned to be in life, he says, “Success is measured by what you achieve and what your personal satisfaction is with your achievements.” — Charisse Montgomery Toledo Alumni Magazine | Winter 2009

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1940s Nathan Schwartz (Bus ’40) and his wife, Dorothy, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in September with their family. Retired from SSOE Inc. in Toledo, Nathan serves as CFO of J&D Core Supply. Paul Dexter (A/S ’48) who batted .397 while playing for UT, wants to hear from “some of the old ball players.” He lives in Oriental, N.C., where he competes in the Senior Games, so far winning 76 gold medals. He’s at pnjdexter@netzero.net.

1950s George W. Green (Bus ’50, MBA ’51), Dearborn, Mich., won second-place honors in the inaugural Wayne County Senior Spelling Bee, slated to become an annual event.

Bill Barkan (Law ’55), a partner in the Toledo law firm of Barkan & Robon, received the Corporate (Bob Wick) Jewish Community Service Award from the United Jewish Council of Greater Toledo.

Oleh R. Cieply (Eng ’58) earned his master’s degree in

engineering (with a focus on hydrology and hydraulics) from Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, Mich., where he’s been an adjunct professor — 50 years after he earned his UT degree. Retired now from teaching, from long service in the Army Reserves and from engineering firm WadeTrim Associates, he remains active with the UkrainianAmerican Veterans Group and local singers The Golden Bells.

1960s Don Bauerschmidt (Bus ’62) was honored as a Hometown Hero by the city of Maumee for his community involvement, including volunteer work at the Wolcott Museum Complex.

certification as an internal auditor, management accountant and fraud examiner, is executive district director, internal audit, for the Wayne County (Mich.) Community College District. He and his wife, Lynette, have been married for 32 years and have three children: Jessica, Ashley and Corey.

David A. Juhnke (UTCTC ’68) was promoted to assistant vice president/internal auditor at the Archbold, Ohio, office of Farmers & Merchants State Bank.

Fang Cheng Fu PhD (MEng ’69, PhD ’71) received the 2007 “Boss” Kettering Award — General Motors’ top technical honor for internal innovation —

at the GM Design Dome in Warren, Mich.

Living the Nightly Thunder

1970s Marguerite Terrill PhD (Ed ’70), Mt. Pleasant, Mich., is a professor of teacher education at Central Michigan University after spending four years teaching at the University of Maine. She has one son, four grandchildren and would love to hear from fellow alums at terri1mm@cmich.edu. Chris J. Zervos (A/S ’71) was awarded the Patriarch Athenagoras medallion by the Mid-Eastern Federation of Greek Orthodox Church Musicians in recognition of his contributions

Larry Rochelle (Ed ’62, Ed Spec ’80) had his latest installment in the adventures of fictional tennis pro Palmer Morel published as Dance with the Pony, describing it as “Cincinnati exposed: sex, secrecy and corruption.” It’s available on Amazon.com.

James H. Rex PhD (Ed ’66, MEd ’70, PhD ’73) is state superintendent of education with the South Carolina Department of Education. Previously, he was president of Columbia College and vice president of advancement with the University of South Carolina.

Robert Wettle (Bus ’66, MBA ’69), Toledo, who has

Cieply ’58

Braylock and Todd

A round of applause for two recent UT grads who are already changing lives for the better. Greg Braylock Jr. (Ed ’07) and Joel Todd (A/S ’07) received 2008 Youth Empowerment Awards from the City of Toledo Board of Community Relations this past summer. The award’s source made the honor special, says Greg, who works at United Way of Greater Toledo as community impact specialist in education: “We were nominated by youth in the city of Toledo. To receive accolades from directors and political officials is one thing, but having the folks you work to serve say, ‘Great job, we appreciate you for impacting my life’ continues to inspire me to do the work I have a passion for.” Joel, guidance coordinator for UT’s Upward Bound Program, seconds the sentiment: “I think this honor is set apart from many others because it was given by the people I love to serve. It makes me feel good about myself, that the things I’m doing are not in vain, that the students really do benefit.”

A day in the life of a pharmacist might traditionally involve counseling patients, filling prescriptions and managing employees. Not so for Michael Slyk PharmD (PharmD ’95), who resides in Warren, Ohio, with wife, Tina (Genetta) Slyk PharmD (PharmD ’95), and sons, Hayden and Hunter. By day, he manages long-term geriatric care facilities through Jilltin Management Group, but when night falls, Michael oversees the action at arena football games. Along with his two partners, Michael owns the Mahoning Valley Thunder, an Arena Football 2 (a2f) team based in Youngstown. The af2, a feeder source for the AFL and NFL, serves small markets in areas that include Boise, Idaho, and Peoria, Ill. The team, now in its second season, has revitalized downtown Youngstown and taken Slyk’s life in a new direction. Slyk expected to earn his UT degree and work in retail pharmacy for the rest of his life. His mentor, pharmacy practice professor Vince Mauro PharmD, challenged him to focus his drive to succeed. When Michael messed up in class, Mauro was sure to mention a waiter’s job opening at Rosie’s Italian Grill. Michael heeded the warnings; after starting Pharmacotherapy Associates, a pharmaceutical consulting business, Slyk became co-owner of Jilltin Management Group.

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Columbus Destroyers (AFL) owner Jim Renacci encouraged Michael and his business partner, Tim Chesney, to purchase an af2 franchise. Team ownership was the furthest thing from their minds, but they applied, received league approval and began the two-year process of working with local media, community leaders and Youngstown Mayor Jay Williams to launch the team. As a team owner, Slyk is involved in all daily operations, including event planning and merchandise selection. While the toughest part of the job is “paying the bills,” Michael says, the rewards include “the response from the community and seeing how much they value this.” At the end of each game, he notes, the field is opened for fans to meet the players: “Arena football is very fan-friendly. It’s such a thrill for [fans] to actually be on the field.” Michael is particularly concerned with living up to the expectations of the community and commends the Thunder’s “top-notch staff” for making his job easier. Michael says he was “blessed with determination, drive and a very supportive wife and family who tolerate a lot of early mornings and late nights.” Although he is not where he planned to be in life, he says, “Success is measured by what you achieve and what your personal satisfaction is with your achievements.” — Charisse Montgomery Toledo Alumni Magazine | Winter 2009

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Zervos ’71 to church music ministry. A composer and performing artist, he’s had a long career in home building and land development and is commissioner of building inspection and code enforcement for Toledo, where he lives with his wife, Persilla. They have two children and one grandchild.

Carolyn (Borgess) Brown (Ed ’73) retired after 35 years as a

business instructor at Northwest State Community College in Archbold, Ohio.

American Legacy Project, celebrating triumphs in the field of medicine.

Pete W. Pharis (MBA ’73),

Janet M. Boes (A/S ’76, Law ’83) traded her job as Saginaw

Sylvania, is vice president at Merrill Lynch. He’s been a financial adviser for more than 25 years and a varsity football coach at St. John’s Jesuit High School since 1987. A member of the Jeremy Lincoln Foundation, he wanted to give a plug to the organization, named after the retired NFL player who conducts a yearly football camp at the Glass Bowl.

Mary Gregory RN (Ed ’74, MEd ’79), retired Toledo surgical technician and educator, was honored this past fall at the fifth annual Legends Luncheon sponsored by the African

County (Mich.) assistant prosecutor for judicial robes when she became the county’s newest circuit judge in September. John W. Martin (Law ’76) was named CEO of Louisville Title after serving as president since 1992 in a 36-year career with the Toledo company, the only local agency completing all titles and escrows in-house. Richard Malone (Law ’77), of the law firm Malone Ault & Farell, was inducted as 2008-09 president of the Toledo Bar Association. David Beck (MBA ’78) was selected as president and CEO of EISC Inc., Toledo, where he was previously executive vice president and director of its Center for Innovative Food

from the Education Commission of the State, the nation’s only nonpartisan, interstate education compact.

John C. Moore (UTCTC ’78), Holland, had his second book, Alvetta, published in the fall. A tribute to his late wife, Alvetta (Ed ’75, MEd ’78), who died of cancer, it’s also intended as, John says, “an insight into the strength and courage of the human spirit when faced with adversity.” It can be found with a title search at www.iUniverse.com. Tom Waniewski (A/S ’78), a member of Toledo City Council, was presented with the Norm Cartwright Award by the Press Club of Toledo in October, honoring outstanding efforts to promote the organization’s principles.

1980s Mark A. Smith MD (MED ’80) is the new chief clinical officer with Mental Health Services for Clark and Madison Counties Inc. in Ohio.

Gallo trades calipers for Capitol Hill Her attire — business suits and heels — isn’t what Marcy Gallo PhD (MS '02) thought she’d wear as a scientist, but it’s one of many unexpected things that have happened since she broke out of what she calls the “academic bubble.” Gallo, a policy associate with the American Geological Institute (AGI) in Alexandria, Va., envisioned a work environment of laboratory beakers, calipers and syringes as she earned degrees in biology from Marietta College and UT, and a doctorate in microbial ecology from the University of New Mexico. Instead, she is a vital link between top decision-makers on Capitol Hill and the more than forty geoscientific and professional organizations represented by the AGI. “I’m a conduit between science and Congress,” Gallo says simply. “I make sure each of them knows what’s happening in the other’s world.” How did this transition from white coat to business suit occur? While earning her doctorate, Gallo and a group of science-minded classmates decided to explore possibilities beyond the laboratory. “We talked about how we love our research, but it just seemed that we were falling into an academic bubble,” Gallo recalls. “We wanted to be able to get our research projects and ideas out to the decision-makers and the public.”

In 2006, Gallo was selected for a yearlong Congressional Science Fellowship sponsored by the Soil Science Society of America. She spent her fellowship year in U.S. Sen. Joe Lieberman’s office, providing counsel for scientific and agricultural issues, meeting with constituents and government staff, and working on behalf of the senator and the residents of Connecticut. “It was a huge learning experience,” Gallo recalls. “You understand from a distance how policy works, but this allows you to get a feel for how complex it is to get a Congressional bill moving. There is such a small, small percentage of bills that actually makes it into law.” Although Gallo’s career developed in an unexpected direction, the rewards, she says, have been worth the occupational twist: “I feel like I’m more of an effective scientist. This is a more robust way to make use of my scientific background.” Her future, she thinks, includes piercing the academic bubble once again with a return to her roots. “I’m open to helping young scientists understand and embrace the political process,” Gallo says. “Many scientists my age and younger are looking for nontraditional outlets for their knowledge. They may not be considering a job in this field, but it turned out to be the most satisfying thing for me.” — Kim Harvey

Susan G. Sweda MD (MED ’80), a board-certified anesthesiologist, joined the staff of Licking Memorial Health Professionals in Newark, Ohio. Photo by Shutterlove Studio

Beck ’78

When Jill Westenkirchner (Ed ’06) married Ryan Hanke (Eng ’06) in July, UT was a palpable presence.

Technology, created to address quality and safety issues in the food processing and packaging industries.

Being that they’d met while playing with the Rocket Marching Band — Ryan played trombone and baritone, Jill played mellophone — it seemed downright romantic to take a few photos in the Glass Bowl. “I spent so much of my college career there — practices, games, more practices — and three members of the wedding party also marched with us,” Jill says. With some help from the Alumni Office and Athletics, there’s a spot of Blue and Gold in the wedding album. And beyond: Their wedding bands are engraved with “Toledo” and “Rockets.”

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Richard M. Markoff PhD (PhD ’78) is executive vice president of Simon Youth Foundation (SYF), an Indianapolis nonprofit focused on improving education opportunities, career development and life skills for at-risk youth. SYF was the 2008 recipient of the Corporate Award

Carrie J. (Smay) Zunk (Bus ’80), Sylvania, is a warranted contracting officer with the U.S. Department of Defense, with more than 25 years of civilian defense service. Gene Rupp (Ed Spec ’81) and his wife, Nancy, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in July. He’s retired after a long career in education, including 14 years as vice president for advancement at Taylor University in Indiana.

Donna Todd RN (Ed ’81, MEd ’93, NRS ’96), president of the Toledo Council of Black

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Zervos ’71 to church music ministry. A composer and performing artist, he’s had a long career in home building and land development and is commissioner of building inspection and code enforcement for Toledo, where he lives with his wife, Persilla. They have two children and one grandchild.

Carolyn (Borgess) Brown (Ed ’73) retired after 35 years as a

business instructor at Northwest State Community College in Archbold, Ohio.

American Legacy Project, celebrating triumphs in the field of medicine.

Pete W. Pharis (MBA ’73),

Janet M. Boes (A/S ’76, Law ’83) traded her job as Saginaw

Sylvania, is vice president at Merrill Lynch. He’s been a financial adviser for more than 25 years and a varsity football coach at St. John’s Jesuit High School since 1987. A member of the Jeremy Lincoln Foundation, he wanted to give a plug to the organization, named after the retired NFL player who conducts a yearly football camp at the Glass Bowl.

Mary Gregory RN (Ed ’74, MEd ’79), retired Toledo surgical technician and educator, was honored this past fall at the fifth annual Legends Luncheon sponsored by the African

County (Mich.) assistant prosecutor for judicial robes when she became the county’s newest circuit judge in September. John W. Martin (Law ’76) was named CEO of Louisville Title after serving as president since 1992 in a 36-year career with the Toledo company, the only local agency completing all titles and escrows in-house. Richard Malone (Law ’77), of the law firm Malone Ault & Farell, was inducted as 2008-09 president of the Toledo Bar Association. David Beck (MBA ’78) was selected as president and CEO of EISC Inc., Toledo, where he was previously executive vice president and director of its Center for Innovative Food

from the Education Commission of the State, the nation’s only nonpartisan, interstate education compact.

John C. Moore (UTCTC ’78), Holland, had his second book, Alvetta, published in the fall. A tribute to his late wife, Alvetta (Ed ’75, MEd ’78), who died of cancer, it’s also intended as, John says, “an insight into the strength and courage of the human spirit when faced with adversity.” It can be found with a title search at www.iUniverse.com. Tom Waniewski (A/S ’78), a member of Toledo City Council, was presented with the Norm Cartwright Award by the Press Club of Toledo in October, honoring outstanding efforts to promote the organization’s principles.

1980s Mark A. Smith MD (MED ’80) is the new chief clinical officer with Mental Health Services for Clark and Madison Counties Inc. in Ohio.

Gallo trades calipers for Capitol Hill Her attire — business suits and heels — isn’t what Marcy Gallo PhD (MS '02) thought she’d wear as a scientist, but it’s one of many unexpected things that have happened since she broke out of what she calls the “academic bubble.” Gallo, a policy associate with the American Geological Institute (AGI) in Alexandria, Va., envisioned a work environment of laboratory beakers, calipers and syringes as she earned degrees in biology from Marietta College and UT, and a doctorate in microbial ecology from the University of New Mexico. Instead, she is a vital link between top decision-makers on Capitol Hill and the more than forty geoscientific and professional organizations represented by the AGI. “I’m a conduit between science and Congress,” Gallo says simply. “I make sure each of them knows what’s happening in the other’s world.” How did this transition from white coat to business suit occur? While earning her doctorate, Gallo and a group of science-minded classmates decided to explore possibilities beyond the laboratory. “We talked about how we love our research, but it just seemed that we were falling into an academic bubble,” Gallo recalls. “We wanted to be able to get our research projects and ideas out to the decision-makers and the public.”

In 2006, Gallo was selected for a yearlong Congressional Science Fellowship sponsored by the Soil Science Society of America. She spent her fellowship year in U.S. Sen. Joe Lieberman’s office, providing counsel for scientific and agricultural issues, meeting with constituents and government staff, and working on behalf of the senator and the residents of Connecticut. “It was a huge learning experience,” Gallo recalls. “You understand from a distance how policy works, but this allows you to get a feel for how complex it is to get a Congressional bill moving. There is such a small, small percentage of bills that actually makes it into law.” Although Gallo’s career developed in an unexpected direction, the rewards, she says, have been worth the occupational twist: “I feel like I’m more of an effective scientist. This is a more robust way to make use of my scientific background.” Her future, she thinks, includes piercing the academic bubble once again with a return to her roots. “I’m open to helping young scientists understand and embrace the political process,” Gallo says. “Many scientists my age and younger are looking for nontraditional outlets for their knowledge. They may not be considering a job in this field, but it turned out to be the most satisfying thing for me.” — Kim Harvey

Susan G. Sweda MD (MED ’80), a board-certified anesthesiologist, joined the staff of Licking Memorial Health Professionals in Newark, Ohio. Photo by Shutterlove Studio

Beck ’78

When Jill Westenkirchner (Ed ’06) married Ryan Hanke (Eng ’06) in July, UT was a palpable presence.

Technology, created to address quality and safety issues in the food processing and packaging industries.

Being that they’d met while playing with the Rocket Marching Band — Ryan played trombone and baritone, Jill played mellophone — it seemed downright romantic to take a few photos in the Glass Bowl. “I spent so much of my college career there — practices, games, more practices — and three members of the wedding party also marched with us,” Jill says. With some help from the Alumni Office and Athletics, there’s a spot of Blue and Gold in the wedding album. And beyond: Their wedding bands are engraved with “Toledo” and “Rockets.”

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Richard M. Markoff PhD (PhD ’78) is executive vice president of Simon Youth Foundation (SYF), an Indianapolis nonprofit focused on improving education opportunities, career development and life skills for at-risk youth. SYF was the 2008 recipient of the Corporate Award

Carrie J. (Smay) Zunk (Bus ’80), Sylvania, is a warranted contracting officer with the U.S. Department of Defense, with more than 25 years of civilian defense service. Gene Rupp (Ed Spec ’81) and his wife, Nancy, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in July. He’s retired after a long career in education, including 14 years as vice president for advancement at Taylor University in Indiana.

Donna Todd RN (Ed ’81, MEd ’93, NRS ’96), president of the Toledo Council of Black

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Florida CPA says, “I am very proud to be a Rocket!”

Jody Bidlack (UTCTC ’83) was promoted to vice president at Edon State Bank Co. She’s been with the Bryan, Ohio, bank since 1996.

Dave Sontag (Ed ’83, MEd ’88), a counselor with Jefferson

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It was a transformational experience when Stephanie Matthews (A/S ’95) visited the village of Kamina in the Democratic Republic of Congo last July. “I definitely feel guided,” she says. “What came about with the orphanage was amazing. I woke up and absolutely knew that this was my mission. When I was in Kamina, I was home. It was the first time in 35 years that I was ‘in the moment,’ living my life to the fullest each day. It was a peace unlike any I've ever known. I left my heart there.” She’ll return this summer to become program director of Kamina Orphanage, one of a network of Youth Leadership Academies in Congo, all funded through grassroots support. Her plans? “To make it the premiere academy.” Learn more at www.kaminabeautiful.org/ Nurses Inc., was an honoree at the fifth annual Legends Luncheon sponsored by the African American Legacy Project, celebrating triumphs in the field of medicine. Tom Wagner (Ed ’81) was hired as general manager of Wild Rock West Virginia, a planned sustainable second-home community on the New River Gorge in West Virginia.

Washington, D.C., concentrating on federal tax policy. Previously, he served as a tax counsel on the U.S. Senate Finance Committee.

Daniel H. Seely (Bus ’82) joined the Professional Golfers

Patrick G. Heck (Law ’82) joined the firm of K&L Gates in

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Daniel McGrady (A/S ’84), vice president of technical services at Wyandot Inc., was elected to the governing board of EISC Inc., a food processing and

Heck ’82 Association of America in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., as tax director. The longtime south

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Marla Perez-Davis (MEng ’87), chief of the Project Liaison and Integration Office at NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, received the 2008 Career Achievement Award at the National Women of Color STEM Conference, sponsored by Women of Color magazine and IBM Corp., in October.

Tami Norris (Ed ’87, MBA ’06), computer training coordinator with Northwest State Community College in Archbold, Ohio, was appointed to Planned Pethood of Northwest Ohio’s board of directors.

Cynthia Roberts (A/S ’87, MA ’89) was named the president’s chief of staff at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wis. Previously she was director of student programs at Boise State University, Idaho.

Meagan Bower MD (A/S ’88, MED ’95), practicing in internal McGrady ’84 packaging company headquartered in Toledo.

Craig D. Richardville (Bus ’85, MBA ’89) was named senior vice president and chief information officer for Carolinas HealthCare System in Charlotte, N.C., the third largest public health-care system in the nation.

Jeff A. Harwood MD (MED ’86), who practices family

Bob Grillo (Law ’82), probate/juvenile court judge for Vinton County, Ohio, was elected to the board of Holzer Medical Center – Jackson.

Schools in Monroe, Mich., was inducted into the high school’s inaugural Athletic Hall of Fame class. He served as the school’s baseball coach for 23 years, winning nine district and two regional titles as well as the 2002 state championship.

Award in recognition of her contributions to the college’s academic program and educational life.

medicine at New London Family Practice LLC and acts as Huron County (Ohio) coroner, was installed as the 2008-09 presidentelect of the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians.

Laura A. VanWormer PhD (A/S ’86), chair and professor of physics at Hiram College in Ohio, received a Paul E. Martin

medicine, joined the staff of Defiance Clinic in the Ohio city.

David Folkwein (MBA ’88), New Albany, Ohio, joined the Delaware County Bank and Trust Co. as executive vice president of corporate banking and chief lending officer. Scott Knapp (Ed ’88) received his professional counselor license from the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage & Family Therapist Board. He’s a child and adolescent therapist with LHS Family & Youth Services Inc. at a residential treatment center near Liberty Center, Ohio.

Paul Toth Jr. (Eng ’88, MBA ’01), Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority vice president for technical and financing services, was named the agency’s interim president in August. www.toledoalumni.org

The challenge, pain, joy of medicine’s human side 8:30 a.m.: woman with a history of anxiety; she’s given birth prematurely. 9:03: OD; multiple substance abuser. 9:22: suicide attempt; woman drank gasoline. 9:47: young man shot in face; suspected gang violence. That’s not even two hours into rounds for James

Chengelis MD (Ed Spec ’82, MED ’87), associate medical director and clinical instructor of psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine. Before that, he met with residents for the daily lecture and quiz. There are still at least ten hours to go in his working day, as he stays late to create the next day’s curriculum. Complaints? None. “I love Photo by David Keough “Tomorrow we may be the patients,” says Chengelis, at right. my job. It keeps me constantly moving, and the idea, after all, is to help people,” he says. said, ‘A cup of coffee from Dunkin’ Donuts — I crave it.’ Well, People. They’re medical personnel: “Since there’s no every day she was here I bought her a cup of coffee. psychiatric unit here, your job is to have the medical and surgical “By orthodox psychiatry, that’s violating a boundary. It’s not; teams understand what to do,” he says. “You don’t sit in your it’s being human with a patient who’s dying. That’s a good office and wait for a consultation to come in; you have to go there. example for the students, that you give of yourself. It’s a different “I love the challenge, fun and thrill of it. You’re on the medical form of healing, just as important as medication.” floors working with the teams, interns, residents, nurses. When I The last graduation day at Boston was bittersweet. “It was hit the floors each morning, I visit all the different specialists and my father’s birthday — both my parents are deceased — and I ask, ‘How are things? Any difficult cases? Any patients coming in with psych issues? Detox?’ You eventually become a fixture and a received three awards [Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Faculty Award, Educator of the Year Award for Clinical Sciences, huge help to them.” Stanley L. Robbins Award for Excellence in Teaching]. I wished Students: “It’s important to be a role model for students. I tell them on day one that the only way they’re going to fail rotation my mom and dad could have seen it.” He adds, “I was really touched to see my students in the is if they go into patient rooms and act arrogant or judgmental. No audience as I accepted. Those are my children, since I don’t have one is better than anyone else — today we’re the doctors, I tell kids of my own. They keep me young.” them, but tomorrow we might be the patients.” So does the pace of his schedule. “When I go home at the Patients: “There was a woman dying of cancer,” he recalls. end of the day,” he says, “I feel good.” “I asked her, ‘What can we do to make today better for you?’ She

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Florida CPA says, “I am very proud to be a Rocket!”

Jody Bidlack (UTCTC ’83) was promoted to vice president at Edon State Bank Co. She’s been with the Bryan, Ohio, bank since 1996.

Dave Sontag (Ed ’83, MEd ’88), a counselor with Jefferson

All Rights Reserved © Stephanie Matthews Photography

It was a transformational experience when Stephanie Matthews (A/S ’95) visited the village of Kamina in the Democratic Republic of Congo last July. “I definitely feel guided,” she says. “What came about with the orphanage was amazing. I woke up and absolutely knew that this was my mission. When I was in Kamina, I was home. It was the first time in 35 years that I was ‘in the moment,’ living my life to the fullest each day. It was a peace unlike any I've ever known. I left my heart there.” She’ll return this summer to become program director of Kamina Orphanage, one of a network of Youth Leadership Academies in Congo, all funded through grassroots support. Her plans? “To make it the premiere academy.” Learn more at www.kaminabeautiful.org/ Nurses Inc., was an honoree at the fifth annual Legends Luncheon sponsored by the African American Legacy Project, celebrating triumphs in the field of medicine. Tom Wagner (Ed ’81) was hired as general manager of Wild Rock West Virginia, a planned sustainable second-home community on the New River Gorge in West Virginia.

Washington, D.C., concentrating on federal tax policy. Previously, he served as a tax counsel on the U.S. Senate Finance Committee.

Daniel H. Seely (Bus ’82) joined the Professional Golfers

Patrick G. Heck (Law ’82) joined the firm of K&L Gates in

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Daniel McGrady (A/S ’84), vice president of technical services at Wyandot Inc., was elected to the governing board of EISC Inc., a food processing and

Heck ’82 Association of America in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., as tax director. The longtime south

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Marla Perez-Davis (MEng ’87), chief of the Project Liaison and Integration Office at NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, received the 2008 Career Achievement Award at the National Women of Color STEM Conference, sponsored by Women of Color magazine and IBM Corp., in October.

Tami Norris (Ed ’87, MBA ’06), computer training coordinator with Northwest State Community College in Archbold, Ohio, was appointed to Planned Pethood of Northwest Ohio’s board of directors.

Cynthia Roberts (A/S ’87, MA ’89) was named the president’s chief of staff at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wis. Previously she was director of student programs at Boise State University, Idaho.

Meagan Bower MD (A/S ’88, MED ’95), practicing in internal McGrady ’84 packaging company headquartered in Toledo.

Craig D. Richardville (Bus ’85, MBA ’89) was named senior vice president and chief information officer for Carolinas HealthCare System in Charlotte, N.C., the third largest public health-care system in the nation.

Jeff A. Harwood MD (MED ’86), who practices family

Bob Grillo (Law ’82), probate/juvenile court judge for Vinton County, Ohio, was elected to the board of Holzer Medical Center – Jackson.

Schools in Monroe, Mich., was inducted into the high school’s inaugural Athletic Hall of Fame class. He served as the school’s baseball coach for 23 years, winning nine district and two regional titles as well as the 2002 state championship.

Award in recognition of her contributions to the college’s academic program and educational life.

medicine at New London Family Practice LLC and acts as Huron County (Ohio) coroner, was installed as the 2008-09 presidentelect of the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians.

Laura A. VanWormer PhD (A/S ’86), chair and professor of physics at Hiram College in Ohio, received a Paul E. Martin

medicine, joined the staff of Defiance Clinic in the Ohio city.

David Folkwein (MBA ’88), New Albany, Ohio, joined the Delaware County Bank and Trust Co. as executive vice president of corporate banking and chief lending officer. Scott Knapp (Ed ’88) received his professional counselor license from the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage & Family Therapist Board. He’s a child and adolescent therapist with LHS Family & Youth Services Inc. at a residential treatment center near Liberty Center, Ohio.

Paul Toth Jr. (Eng ’88, MBA ’01), Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority vice president for technical and financing services, was named the agency’s interim president in August. www.toledoalumni.org

The challenge, pain, joy of medicine’s human side 8:30 a.m.: woman with a history of anxiety; she’s given birth prematurely. 9:03: OD; multiple substance abuser. 9:22: suicide attempt; woman drank gasoline. 9:47: young man shot in face; suspected gang violence. That’s not even two hours into rounds for James

Chengelis MD (Ed Spec ’82, MED ’87), associate medical director and clinical instructor of psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine. Before that, he met with residents for the daily lecture and quiz. There are still at least ten hours to go in his working day, as he stays late to create the next day’s curriculum. Complaints? None. “I love Photo by David Keough “Tomorrow we may be the patients,” says Chengelis, at right. my job. It keeps me constantly moving, and the idea, after all, is to help people,” he says. said, ‘A cup of coffee from Dunkin’ Donuts — I crave it.’ Well, People. They’re medical personnel: “Since there’s no every day she was here I bought her a cup of coffee. psychiatric unit here, your job is to have the medical and surgical “By orthodox psychiatry, that’s violating a boundary. It’s not; teams understand what to do,” he says. “You don’t sit in your it’s being human with a patient who’s dying. That’s a good office and wait for a consultation to come in; you have to go there. example for the students, that you give of yourself. It’s a different “I love the challenge, fun and thrill of it. You’re on the medical form of healing, just as important as medication.” floors working with the teams, interns, residents, nurses. When I The last graduation day at Boston was bittersweet. “It was hit the floors each morning, I visit all the different specialists and my father’s birthday — both my parents are deceased — and I ask, ‘How are things? Any difficult cases? Any patients coming in with psych issues? Detox?’ You eventually become a fixture and a received three awards [Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Faculty Award, Educator of the Year Award for Clinical Sciences, huge help to them.” Stanley L. Robbins Award for Excellence in Teaching]. I wished Students: “It’s important to be a role model for students. I tell them on day one that the only way they’re going to fail rotation my mom and dad could have seen it.” He adds, “I was really touched to see my students in the is if they go into patient rooms and act arrogant or judgmental. No audience as I accepted. Those are my children, since I don’t have one is better than anyone else — today we’re the doctors, I tell kids of my own. They keep me young.” them, but tomorrow we might be the patients.” So does the pace of his schedule. “When I go home at the Patients: “There was a woman dying of cancer,” he recalls. end of the day,” he says, “I feel good.” “I asked her, ‘What can we do to make today better for you?’ She

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class notes

Mark Urrutia (UTCTC ’88),

Jim Welling (Ed ’88) is the

principal agent of The Urrutia Insurance Agency, Sylvania, was chosen as the 2008 Ohio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

new boys varsity basketball coach at Central Catholic High School, Toledo. Ryan Brant (A/S ’89), who was sports director with WKEF-Fox 45 in Dayton, moved to the station’s sales side. He’s spent almost 20 years in broadcasting. Bev Curtis (Ed ’89) retired at the end of the school year from Liberty Center (Ohio) Schools, where she was school nurse for 28 years.

Urrutia ’88 Businessman of the Year at the organization’s awards gala in Columbus.

Kumar Vaidyanathan PhD (Eng ’88, PhD ’98) was appointed director of the Global Engineering, Fluid Systems Division of Cooper-Standard Automotive in Novi, Mich.

design and analysis at the Engineering and Science Contract Group, Johnson Space Center, Houston. He was awarded the highly regarded Silver Snoopy at a NASA awards ceremony in the fall in recognition of his contributions to engineering and the safety of astronauts. Ingersoll ’89

Kathryn S. Newport-Dew MD (Res ’91) is in private

1990s

practice at Southwestern Medical Center in Lawton, Okla., serving as medical director of anesthesia and chair of the Medical

Chris Ingersoll PhD (PhD ’89), Joe H. Gieck Professor of

Raelyn M. Calendine MD (A/S ’90), Findlay, Ohio, joined

Sports Medicine at the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education, is among the inaugural 18-member class of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Fellows program, a way of recognizing trainers who combine achievement in education and/or research with professional service.

Sycamore Medical Associates and the medical staff of Wyandott Memorial Hospital.

Bedford (Mich.) Senior High School, was selected Monroe County Region Softball Coach of the Year. Satish Reddy (MEng ’90) was promoted to chief engineer for

Former

City

E-mail address: Year of UT Graduation:

Middle State Phone: (

Degree:

Zip Code

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Genot ’92, ’96 — www.youtube.com/ watch?v=OfMul_rp-dc — created for a competition sponsored by the Web-TV show, Help! My Business Sucks! During the trip, Peter received special treats designed to help entrepreneurs, including behind-the-scenes access to Disney and lessons on marketing, customer service and employee relations. Scott W. Hall (MEd ’92) is the new principal of HopewellLouden Elementary School in Bascom, Ohio.

Jerome Webster PhD (MEd ’92, PhD ’02) is the new vice

) College:

Alums can now update, search and network in a flash. Check out the Alumni Online Directory at www.toledoalumni.org.

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Peg Baird (MEd ’93), executive vice president of Fisher-Titus Medical Center in Norwalk, became a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Anthony E. DiFilippo (HS ’93), owner of Rehab

JoAnn (Gast) McMahon (NRS ’93, HS ’97) and her

Newport-Dew ’91

Please complete the information below and attach a brief description of your news. Mail to: The University of Toledo Alumni Association, Driscoll Alumni Center, Toledo, OH 43606-3395.

Address:

Arizona-based company AZ Quality Services, won a trip to Orlando, Fla., for himself and his family with his YouTube video

Webster ’92, ’02 University.

Professionals of Cleveland, was co-recipient of the 2008 Outstanding Physical Therapist/ Physical Therapist Assistant Team Award from the American Physical Therapy Association.

Your UT Alumni Association is interested in what you’ve been up to since graduation. Information about births, marriages, new jobs and recent promotions, and educational or professional accomplishments is published in Toledo Alumni Magazine.

First

Peter Genot (Bus ’92, MBA ’96), Sylvania, vice president of

Kelly Meinhart (Ed ’90, MEd ’01), varsity softball coach at

What in the world are you doing?

NAME: Last

Management Committee. She and her husband, John, have an 11-year-old daughter, Kristin. She plans to either retire or work at a local surgery center in the next three to five years. William Steck (MEd ’91), Delta, Ohio, was named assistant commissioner of the Northwest Ohio Athletic League. He retired last year from the Evergreen Local School District.

www.toledoalumni.org

president for student and administrative affairs at Terra Community College in Fremont. A former dean of students at Terra, he returned to the college after four years as a dean for Lawrence Technological www.toledoalumni.org

husband, Pete, celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary in May. JoAnn, who has been a registered nurse for more than 30 years, is a resource coordinator with Fremont Memorial Hospital.

John Mitchell (UTCTC ’93, Eng ’97) was hired as public service director for Marysville, Ohio.

Cynthia Arslanian-Engoren (MNRS ’94) was promoted to associate professor with tenure at the University of Michigan School of Nursing, Ann Arbor.

Beverly Hammerstrom (MPA ’94), retired Ohio state senator and an adjunct professor at Washtenaw Community College and Siena Heights University, was elected to the board of the Community Foundation of Monroe County (Mich.). Lora Keil (UTCTC ’94) joined Key Realty in downtown

This curator is creator It might be impossible for most of us to live by art alone, but in every job George Palovich (Ed ’60) has ever held — including, of course, his current stint as curator of West Valley Art Museum (WVAM) in Surprise, Ariz. — he’s managed to put art on the menu. For instance, when lean times drove him to manage several McDonald’s restaurants in Akron (“My wife and I had four kids by then,” he recalls), his expertise in ceramics came to the fore. “That was during the time they were adding sit-down dining,” he says. “I suggested a ceramic screen to separate the dining area. The corporation went for it.” As the Lorain, Ohio, native and his family moved crosscountry over the years, the art followed — weightily. “My wife, Janet, works in ceramics as well. We were never satisfied with small pieces. So when we moved from Texas back to Ohio, we were towing a trailer filled with our work, which almost burned up our car! We had to abandon the trailer in Kansas and pay a moving company.” Now settled in Arizona, he’s an 18-year veteran of WVAM, which specializes in American art. “Being one of them helps my relationship with the artists we exhibit,” he notes. “It’s unlike most curators, who come up out of an art-history background.” Smaller museums like WVAM (whose extensive collection of ethnic costume creates an interesting niche) find it challenging to compete for visitors, he says: “We’re working diligently to add technology, and we’ve increased the number of our galleries for more variety and richness.” He continues to trust in the art, even as he has less time for his own. “Sometimes you dream about waking up in the morning and being able to spend the entire day in the studio, but not for now. I’m very enamored of this place — even when I’m dancing as fast as I can.” Virtual-visit WVAM at www.wvam.org.

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class notes

Mark Urrutia (UTCTC ’88),

Jim Welling (Ed ’88) is the

principal agent of The Urrutia Insurance Agency, Sylvania, was chosen as the 2008 Ohio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

new boys varsity basketball coach at Central Catholic High School, Toledo. Ryan Brant (A/S ’89), who was sports director with WKEF-Fox 45 in Dayton, moved to the station’s sales side. He’s spent almost 20 years in broadcasting. Bev Curtis (Ed ’89) retired at the end of the school year from Liberty Center (Ohio) Schools, where she was school nurse for 28 years.

Urrutia ’88 Businessman of the Year at the organization’s awards gala in Columbus.

Kumar Vaidyanathan PhD (Eng ’88, PhD ’98) was appointed director of the Global Engineering, Fluid Systems Division of Cooper-Standard Automotive in Novi, Mich.

design and analysis at the Engineering and Science Contract Group, Johnson Space Center, Houston. He was awarded the highly regarded Silver Snoopy at a NASA awards ceremony in the fall in recognition of his contributions to engineering and the safety of astronauts. Ingersoll ’89

Kathryn S. Newport-Dew MD (Res ’91) is in private

1990s

practice at Southwestern Medical Center in Lawton, Okla., serving as medical director of anesthesia and chair of the Medical

Chris Ingersoll PhD (PhD ’89), Joe H. Gieck Professor of

Raelyn M. Calendine MD (A/S ’90), Findlay, Ohio, joined

Sports Medicine at the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education, is among the inaugural 18-member class of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Fellows program, a way of recognizing trainers who combine achievement in education and/or research with professional service.

Sycamore Medical Associates and the medical staff of Wyandott Memorial Hospital.

Bedford (Mich.) Senior High School, was selected Monroe County Region Softball Coach of the Year. Satish Reddy (MEng ’90) was promoted to chief engineer for

Former

City

E-mail address: Year of UT Graduation:

Middle State Phone: (

Degree:

Zip Code

Toledo Alumni Magazine | Winter 2009

Genot ’92, ’96 — www.youtube.com/ watch?v=OfMul_rp-dc — created for a competition sponsored by the Web-TV show, Help! My Business Sucks! During the trip, Peter received special treats designed to help entrepreneurs, including behind-the-scenes access to Disney and lessons on marketing, customer service and employee relations. Scott W. Hall (MEd ’92) is the new principal of HopewellLouden Elementary School in Bascom, Ohio.

Jerome Webster PhD (MEd ’92, PhD ’02) is the new vice

) College:

Alums can now update, search and network in a flash. Check out the Alumni Online Directory at www.toledoalumni.org.

42

Peg Baird (MEd ’93), executive vice president of Fisher-Titus Medical Center in Norwalk, became a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Anthony E. DiFilippo (HS ’93), owner of Rehab

JoAnn (Gast) McMahon (NRS ’93, HS ’97) and her

Newport-Dew ’91

Please complete the information below and attach a brief description of your news. Mail to: The University of Toledo Alumni Association, Driscoll Alumni Center, Toledo, OH 43606-3395.

Address:

Arizona-based company AZ Quality Services, won a trip to Orlando, Fla., for himself and his family with his YouTube video

Webster ’92, ’02 University.

Professionals of Cleveland, was co-recipient of the 2008 Outstanding Physical Therapist/ Physical Therapist Assistant Team Award from the American Physical Therapy Association.

Your UT Alumni Association is interested in what you’ve been up to since graduation. Information about births, marriages, new jobs and recent promotions, and educational or professional accomplishments is published in Toledo Alumni Magazine.

First

Peter Genot (Bus ’92, MBA ’96), Sylvania, vice president of

Kelly Meinhart (Ed ’90, MEd ’01), varsity softball coach at

What in the world are you doing?

NAME: Last

Management Committee. She and her husband, John, have an 11-year-old daughter, Kristin. She plans to either retire or work at a local surgery center in the next three to five years. William Steck (MEd ’91), Delta, Ohio, was named assistant commissioner of the Northwest Ohio Athletic League. He retired last year from the Evergreen Local School District.

www.toledoalumni.org

president for student and administrative affairs at Terra Community College in Fremont. A former dean of students at Terra, he returned to the college after four years as a dean for Lawrence Technological www.toledoalumni.org

husband, Pete, celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary in May. JoAnn, who has been a registered nurse for more than 30 years, is a resource coordinator with Fremont Memorial Hospital.

John Mitchell (UTCTC ’93, Eng ’97) was hired as public service director for Marysville, Ohio.

Cynthia Arslanian-Engoren (MNRS ’94) was promoted to associate professor with tenure at the University of Michigan School of Nursing, Ann Arbor.

Beverly Hammerstrom (MPA ’94), retired Ohio state senator and an adjunct professor at Washtenaw Community College and Siena Heights University, was elected to the board of the Community Foundation of Monroe County (Mich.). Lora Keil (UTCTC ’94) joined Key Realty in downtown

This curator is creator It might be impossible for most of us to live by art alone, but in every job George Palovich (Ed ’60) has ever held — including, of course, his current stint as curator of West Valley Art Museum (WVAM) in Surprise, Ariz. — he’s managed to put art on the menu. For instance, when lean times drove him to manage several McDonald’s restaurants in Akron (“My wife and I had four kids by then,” he recalls), his expertise in ceramics came to the fore. “That was during the time they were adding sit-down dining,” he says. “I suggested a ceramic screen to separate the dining area. The corporation went for it.” As the Lorain, Ohio, native and his family moved crosscountry over the years, the art followed — weightily. “My wife, Janet, works in ceramics as well. We were never satisfied with small pieces. So when we moved from Texas back to Ohio, we were towing a trailer filled with our work, which almost burned up our car! We had to abandon the trailer in Kansas and pay a moving company.” Now settled in Arizona, he’s an 18-year veteran of WVAM, which specializes in American art. “Being one of them helps my relationship with the artists we exhibit,” he notes. “It’s unlike most curators, who come up out of an art-history background.” Smaller museums like WVAM (whose extensive collection of ethnic costume creates an interesting niche) find it challenging to compete for visitors, he says: “We’re working diligently to add technology, and we’ve increased the number of our galleries for more variety and richness.” He continues to trust in the art, even as he has less time for his own. “Sometimes you dream about waking up in the morning and being able to spend the entire day in the studio, but not for now. I’m very enamored of this place — even when I’m dancing as fast as I can.” Virtual-visit WVAM at www.wvam.org.

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Rossford, Ohio, which welcomed the first downtown realtor’s office in almost 40 years. Brett Smith (Ed ’94) was hired as head football coach of Delta (Ohio) High School.

Jeffrey A. Hagman (Bus ’95) was certified as a prosthetist by the American Board for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics and Pedorthics. Employed by Perry Prosthetics in Perrysburg, he’s involved in area amputee programs that include the Ohio Amputee Center and T.A.S.K. Anthony Jones (Bus ’95) was hired as deputy director of development for the city of Gahanna, Ohio. He’d previously been an economic development specialist for Toledo.

G.J. Goa ’96, ’04 Joe William, who’s almost 1; Lauren Elizabeth and Jacob Martin.

Karri (Godeke) Benishek (Bus ’96) was named senior director of marketing at Max & Erma’s, the Columbus-based restaurant chain. Previously, she was a field marketing manager

K. Goa ’05

Eric J. Smola (Ed ’96, MEd ’02) joined St. Francis de Sales High School in Toledo as its new principal. Rob Bourn (Bus ’97), Wauseon, joined the staff of regional CPA firm Steyer, Huber & Associates Inc. as a manager.

Ann Erikson-Gault (Law ’97), a judicial staff attorney at

Benishek ’96 with Wendy’s International.

Glenda M. Gensolin MD (MED ’96) joined the medical staff of Lakeland Community Hospital in Niles, Mich.

Gradon Joe Goa (Ed ’96, MEd ’04) and his wife, Kara N. (Wiener) (MEd ’05), Temperance, Mich., both teach at Meadowvale Elementary in Washington Local Schools, Gradon teaching K-6 phys-ed and Kara teaching 1st grade. They have three children: Gradon

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Oakland County (Mich.) Circuit Court, was elected president of the Women Lawyers Association of Michigan.

Janene Rigelsky PharmD (Pharm ’97, PharmD ’00) was promoted to associate professor of pharmacy practice at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, Erie, Pa. She also serves as director of admissions and student services.

Mark L. Fink PhD (MEd ’99, PhD ’07), Henderson, Nev., delivered the keynote address at the University of Nevada – Las Vegas Academic Assessment Conference. His presentation, “Assessing Student Performance

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in Distance Education’s World of Wii,” provided the latest research and technological tools to assess distance-learning education. Jeremy Michael (Bus ’99) was promoted to manager of assurance services for Brockman, Coats, Gedelian & Co., an Akronbased CPA and business consulting firm.

2000s Christopher Pelic MD (MED ’00) became associate dean of students at the Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, where he’s also assistant professor of psychiatry and associate residency training director. His wife, Christine (MED ’01), is consulting for the university’s main hospital. Jennifer N. Brown (Law ’01), a partner in the Defiance, Ohio, firm of Arthur, O’Neil, Mertz, Michel & Brown Co. LPA, was elected as a trustee for the Ohio Association for Justice, a public advocacy organization. Jacquelyn Barlage (A/S ’02) is the new director of communications for the Lima/Allen County Chamber of Commerce.

Todd M. Burger (Law ’02) was named senior counsel for Parker Hannifin, Cleveland.

Capt. Melissa (Martin) Gray (HHS ’02) received her captaincy promotion in the U.S. Army at Brooke Army Medical Center, San Antonio, Texas, where she served as a licensed occupational therapist. She and her family relocated in August to Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu.

Dirk Thompson MD (MED ’02) joined Lakewood Health System in Minnesota, working as an urgent care physician.

Kevin Draiss (Univ Coll ’03) was hired as an officer with the Village of Minster (Ohio) Police

Niagara, N.Y., practicing in its Neurology Department.

Department.

Ahmed M. Hassouna (Law ’04) joined the Detroit law firm

Daobin Ding MD (Res ’07), a Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellow at the University of Chicago, received a 2008 Vision Grant from the Preeclampsia Foundation, which funds research into the disease that accounts for 15 percent of all premature births in the United States. Tyler Riley (Bus ’07), who led the UT golf team in 2007 with a 75.3 stroke average, went pro and won his first tournament in July with a playoff victory at the Ohio Open, finishing 66-70-69. He lives in Orlando, Fla.

of Tanoury, Corbet, Shaw, Nauts & Essad.

Emily (Lawson) Maresca (A/S ’04) was promoted to director of program services with Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Dakota. Myles Porter (HHS ’04) went to Beijing, China, as a competitor in the 2008 Paralympic Games, held every four years for top athletes who have physical disabilities. Competing in the 100kg division for judo, he came in fifth place, the same slot he gained in the 2006 World Judo Championship in France.

John Weippert DO (A/S ’04) received his doctor of osteopathic medicine degree from Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine in June. He’s serving his internal medicine residency/internship at St. Joseph Health Center in Warren, Ohio.

Melissa (Stackhouse) Winterhalter MD (MED ’04) joined the staff of Licking Memorial Health Professionals in Newark, Ohio, practicing as an inpatient pediatrician.

Marc Naderer MD (MED ’05) joined the staffs of Great Lakes Physicians in Clyde, Ohio, and The Bellevue Hospital.

Photo by: Cheryle Moore-Smith

This is the retirement that Suzanne (Chamberlin) McKnight (Ed ’61) always dreamed about — four-legged babies and all. After raising their sons and after a long career as a social worker, most recently at Penobscot Bay Medical Center, Rockport, Maine, she and her husband, Douglas, moved to a farm in nearby Montville (with its tongue-in-cheek motto, “the way life is”), where they raise Nigerian dwarf goats. “I know it’s either a redneck thing to do, or a radical, feminist thing, but we are having so much fun,” Suzanne says. “I guess I was too old to be a hippie, too poor to be a yuppie and too stubborn to give up. And here we are — still trying to live our own way.” It’s no easy ride; goat husbandry is hard work, even without the sideline of cheese and yogurt production. But the McKnights are planted, Suzanne says: “We have 38 acres of fields and woods surrounded by mountains, streams and rolling countryside. It is our own piece of paradise.” Visit their site at www.secondwindfarm-me.com.

Brent M. Schlegel (Bus ’05) was elected president of the Toledo chapter of APICS The Association for Operations Management. Deanna Woolf (A/S ’05), senior marketing specialist with UT’s Office of Marketing, received the 2008 Robert Schlembach Award, given annually to recognize dedication to Enrollment Services and promotion of the University.

Zachery Durnell (Univ Coll ’06) accepted the position of www.toledoalumni.org

assistant ticket services manager with Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, an annual 10-week summer event showcasing modern dance, held in the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts.

Nicolle (Gawlack) Lee (MS ’06), a mathematics faculty member at Rappahannock Community College in Glenn, Va., was one of 24 math instructors chosen nationwide to take part in www.toledoalumni.org

Project Advancing Community College Careers, a professional development initiative sponsored by the American Faculty Association of Two-Year Colleges.

Sgt. Antonio D. King (A/S ’08), serving in the 24th Marine Regiment, 4th Marine Division, was deployed to Latin America as part of the annual Partnership for Americas training exercise with government forces from Central and South America. Emily Klausing (Ed ’08) joined the St. Marys (Ohio) School District, teaching sophomore and junior English at Memorial High School.

’02, PharmD ’04) & Megan Smith. Massillon, Ohio. Tim Burkart PharmD (Pharm ’04, PharmD ’06) & Allyson Baker. He works at Blanchard Valley Hospital, Findlay.

David M. Houdek (Bus ’05) & Mallory L. Noe (Bus ’07). Glen Mills, Pa.

Ashleigh M. Weaver (Ed ’05) & Donald Davis.

Matthew J. Fether (Eng ’06) & Heidi J. Keller (Ed ’07). Matt is an electrical engineer at Wauseon Machine; Heidi is a K-12 music teacher at Deerfield Public Schools. Delta, Ohio. Michele Dominiak (A/S ’07) & Justin Johnson. Perrysburg.

Births

Kevin D. Hopkins (A/S ’98) and his wife, Connie, welcomed Abigail Rose in April, who joined brother, Blake, and the family in Broadview Heights, Ohio.

Philip Sanford (MBA ’08) accepted the position of benefits administrator of HR XCEL, a human resource outsourcing company headquartered in Charlotte, N.C.

Ashley E. Wettle (Bus ’08) joined the Corporate Accounting Department of manufacturer La-Z-Boy Inc. in Monroe, Mich.

Marriages

Chad Bahl PharmD (Pharm

Abigail Rose

Richet Clark (Eng ’05) and her husband, Foster, Findlay, welcomed their second child, Abria Richet, in May.

Stephanie Roberts (HHS ’04) and her husband, Paul, Bargersville, Ind., announce the birth of their son, Noah Daniel, in April.

Christopher M. Schwieterman (Law ’06) joined Dysingers and Associates LLC, a law firm in Tipp City, Ohio.

Nyathappa Anand MD (Res ’07) joined the staff of Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center in

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Rossford, Ohio, which welcomed the first downtown realtor’s office in almost 40 years. Brett Smith (Ed ’94) was hired as head football coach of Delta (Ohio) High School.

Jeffrey A. Hagman (Bus ’95) was certified as a prosthetist by the American Board for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics and Pedorthics. Employed by Perry Prosthetics in Perrysburg, he’s involved in area amputee programs that include the Ohio Amputee Center and T.A.S.K. Anthony Jones (Bus ’95) was hired as deputy director of development for the city of Gahanna, Ohio. He’d previously been an economic development specialist for Toledo.

G.J. Goa ’96, ’04 Joe William, who’s almost 1; Lauren Elizabeth and Jacob Martin.

Karri (Godeke) Benishek (Bus ’96) was named senior director of marketing at Max & Erma’s, the Columbus-based restaurant chain. Previously, she was a field marketing manager

K. Goa ’05

Eric J. Smola (Ed ’96, MEd ’02) joined St. Francis de Sales High School in Toledo as its new principal. Rob Bourn (Bus ’97), Wauseon, joined the staff of regional CPA firm Steyer, Huber & Associates Inc. as a manager.

Ann Erikson-Gault (Law ’97), a judicial staff attorney at

Benishek ’96 with Wendy’s International.

Glenda M. Gensolin MD (MED ’96) joined the medical staff of Lakeland Community Hospital in Niles, Mich.

Gradon Joe Goa (Ed ’96, MEd ’04) and his wife, Kara N. (Wiener) (MEd ’05), Temperance, Mich., both teach at Meadowvale Elementary in Washington Local Schools, Gradon teaching K-6 phys-ed and Kara teaching 1st grade. They have three children: Gradon

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Oakland County (Mich.) Circuit Court, was elected president of the Women Lawyers Association of Michigan.

Janene Rigelsky PharmD (Pharm ’97, PharmD ’00) was promoted to associate professor of pharmacy practice at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, Erie, Pa. She also serves as director of admissions and student services.

Mark L. Fink PhD (MEd ’99, PhD ’07), Henderson, Nev., delivered the keynote address at the University of Nevada – Las Vegas Academic Assessment Conference. His presentation, “Assessing Student Performance

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in Distance Education’s World of Wii,” provided the latest research and technological tools to assess distance-learning education. Jeremy Michael (Bus ’99) was promoted to manager of assurance services for Brockman, Coats, Gedelian & Co., an Akronbased CPA and business consulting firm.

2000s Christopher Pelic MD (MED ’00) became associate dean of students at the Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, where he’s also assistant professor of psychiatry and associate residency training director. His wife, Christine (MED ’01), is consulting for the university’s main hospital. Jennifer N. Brown (Law ’01), a partner in the Defiance, Ohio, firm of Arthur, O’Neil, Mertz, Michel & Brown Co. LPA, was elected as a trustee for the Ohio Association for Justice, a public advocacy organization. Jacquelyn Barlage (A/S ’02) is the new director of communications for the Lima/Allen County Chamber of Commerce.

Todd M. Burger (Law ’02) was named senior counsel for Parker Hannifin, Cleveland.

Capt. Melissa (Martin) Gray (HHS ’02) received her captaincy promotion in the U.S. Army at Brooke Army Medical Center, San Antonio, Texas, where she served as a licensed occupational therapist. She and her family relocated in August to Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu.

Dirk Thompson MD (MED ’02) joined Lakewood Health System in Minnesota, working as an urgent care physician.

Kevin Draiss (Univ Coll ’03) was hired as an officer with the Village of Minster (Ohio) Police

Niagara, N.Y., practicing in its Neurology Department.

Department.

Ahmed M. Hassouna (Law ’04) joined the Detroit law firm

Daobin Ding MD (Res ’07), a Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellow at the University of Chicago, received a 2008 Vision Grant from the Preeclampsia Foundation, which funds research into the disease that accounts for 15 percent of all premature births in the United States. Tyler Riley (Bus ’07), who led the UT golf team in 2007 with a 75.3 stroke average, went pro and won his first tournament in July with a playoff victory at the Ohio Open, finishing 66-70-69. He lives in Orlando, Fla.

of Tanoury, Corbet, Shaw, Nauts & Essad.

Emily (Lawson) Maresca (A/S ’04) was promoted to director of program services with Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Dakota. Myles Porter (HHS ’04) went to Beijing, China, as a competitor in the 2008 Paralympic Games, held every four years for top athletes who have physical disabilities. Competing in the 100kg division for judo, he came in fifth place, the same slot he gained in the 2006 World Judo Championship in France.

John Weippert DO (A/S ’04) received his doctor of osteopathic medicine degree from Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine in June. He’s serving his internal medicine residency/internship at St. Joseph Health Center in Warren, Ohio.

Melissa (Stackhouse) Winterhalter MD (MED ’04) joined the staff of Licking Memorial Health Professionals in Newark, Ohio, practicing as an inpatient pediatrician.

Marc Naderer MD (MED ’05) joined the staffs of Great Lakes Physicians in Clyde, Ohio, and The Bellevue Hospital.

Photo by: Cheryle Moore-Smith

This is the retirement that Suzanne (Chamberlin) McKnight (Ed ’61) always dreamed about — four-legged babies and all. After raising their sons and after a long career as a social worker, most recently at Penobscot Bay Medical Center, Rockport, Maine, she and her husband, Douglas, moved to a farm in nearby Montville (with its tongue-in-cheek motto, “the way life is”), where they raise Nigerian dwarf goats. “I know it’s either a redneck thing to do, or a radical, feminist thing, but we are having so much fun,” Suzanne says. “I guess I was too old to be a hippie, too poor to be a yuppie and too stubborn to give up. And here we are — still trying to live our own way.” It’s no easy ride; goat husbandry is hard work, even without the sideline of cheese and yogurt production. But the McKnights are planted, Suzanne says: “We have 38 acres of fields and woods surrounded by mountains, streams and rolling countryside. It is our own piece of paradise.” Visit their site at www.secondwindfarm-me.com.

Brent M. Schlegel (Bus ’05) was elected president of the Toledo chapter of APICS The Association for Operations Management. Deanna Woolf (A/S ’05), senior marketing specialist with UT’s Office of Marketing, received the 2008 Robert Schlembach Award, given annually to recognize dedication to Enrollment Services and promotion of the University.

Zachery Durnell (Univ Coll ’06) accepted the position of www.toledoalumni.org

assistant ticket services manager with Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, an annual 10-week summer event showcasing modern dance, held in the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts.

Nicolle (Gawlack) Lee (MS ’06), a mathematics faculty member at Rappahannock Community College in Glenn, Va., was one of 24 math instructors chosen nationwide to take part in www.toledoalumni.org

Project Advancing Community College Careers, a professional development initiative sponsored by the American Faculty Association of Two-Year Colleges.

Sgt. Antonio D. King (A/S ’08), serving in the 24th Marine Regiment, 4th Marine Division, was deployed to Latin America as part of the annual Partnership for Americas training exercise with government forces from Central and South America. Emily Klausing (Ed ’08) joined the St. Marys (Ohio) School District, teaching sophomore and junior English at Memorial High School.

’02, PharmD ’04) & Megan Smith. Massillon, Ohio. Tim Burkart PharmD (Pharm ’04, PharmD ’06) & Allyson Baker. He works at Blanchard Valley Hospital, Findlay.

David M. Houdek (Bus ’05) & Mallory L. Noe (Bus ’07). Glen Mills, Pa.

Ashleigh M. Weaver (Ed ’05) & Donald Davis.

Matthew J. Fether (Eng ’06) & Heidi J. Keller (Ed ’07). Matt is an electrical engineer at Wauseon Machine; Heidi is a K-12 music teacher at Deerfield Public Schools. Delta, Ohio. Michele Dominiak (A/S ’07) & Justin Johnson. Perrysburg.

Births

Kevin D. Hopkins (A/S ’98) and his wife, Connie, welcomed Abigail Rose in April, who joined brother, Blake, and the family in Broadview Heights, Ohio.

Philip Sanford (MBA ’08) accepted the position of benefits administrator of HR XCEL, a human resource outsourcing company headquartered in Charlotte, N.C.

Ashley E. Wettle (Bus ’08) joined the Corporate Accounting Department of manufacturer La-Z-Boy Inc. in Monroe, Mich.

Marriages

Chad Bahl PharmD (Pharm

Abigail Rose

Richet Clark (Eng ’05) and her husband, Foster, Findlay, welcomed their second child, Abria Richet, in May.

Stephanie Roberts (HHS ’04) and her husband, Paul, Bargersville, Ind., announce the birth of their son, Noah Daniel, in April.

Christopher M. Schwieterman (Law ’06) joined Dysingers and Associates LLC, a law firm in Tipp City, Ohio.

Nyathappa Anand MD (Res ’07) joined the staff of Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center in

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in memoriam

1920s

Arthur J. Simon (Pharm ’28), Toledo, Aug. 14 at 100. *Harold F. Tenney, Toledo, att. 1928-1930, June 7 at 98. Lettered in basketball; on tennis team.

1930s

Edgar S. Byron PhD (Eng ’32, MS ’33), Towanda, Pa., April 18 at 98. H. Richard Krauss (Ed ’32), Holland, Aug. 1 at 99. Longtime adviser to UT Sailing Club. Elza R. (Henzler) Miller (Bus ’33), Indianapolis, Sept. 9 at 97. Willetta (McCown) Traynum, Toledo, att. 1933-1936, Aug. 6 at 93. *Arthur J. Hatch Jr. (Eng ’34), Toledo, Aug. 13 at 97. A Heritage Society member, he was a founding trustee of the Alumni Foundation (precursor to UT Foundation), serving as president in 1963-1964. Loretta (Nazar) Harwood, Toledo, att. 1937-1939, Aug. 24 at 90. **Lt. Gen. Hal B. Jennings MD (A/S ’37), San Antonio, Texas, Feb. 12, 2008 at 92. Heritage Society member. Edythe L. Menne (Ed ’37), Toledo, June 25 at 93. Alpha Chi Omega member. Mary H. (Wilson) Callender (Ed ’38), Dearborn, Mich., May 24 at 92. Tau Delta Sigma president. **Samuel G. Carson, Toledo, att. 1930s-1940s, July 29 at 94. Presidents Club, Heritage Society member. Charles R. Vadas, Toledo, att. 1938-1940, July 18 at 87.

1940s

Robert C. Freeman, Toledo, att. 1940-1943, June 26 at 85. John “Jack” W. Kennedy, Sylvania, att. 1940s, 1960s, 1970s, June 7 at 79. Rockets' basketball player. *Samuel S. Levin (Bus ’40), Sylvania, Oct. 3 at 90. *Elizabeth (Kridler) Meloy (Ed ’40), Toledo, July 6 at 90. George E. Spaulding Jr., Grand Rapids, Mich., att. 1940-1942, Sept. 5 at 88. John D. Henzler, San Diego, att. 1941-1947, July 25 at 83. *Elizabeth E. (Kuehn) Parke (Ed ’41), Fort Wayne, Ind., Aug. 27 at 88. Phi Beta Phi member. *Harry H. Thieman Jr. (Bus ’41), Sylvania, Sept. 10 at 89. *John A. Bremer (A/S ’42), Shelbyville, Ind., July 17 at 86. *Russell G. Ferdig (Eng ’42),

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Bowling Green, June 9 at 90. *Clarence E. Merritt (Eng ’42), Perrysburg, Aug. 14 at 87. Alpha Sigma Phi member, first president of UT Civil Engineering Society. Robert W. Rowley (A/S ’42), Perrysburg Twp., July 31 at 87. Received Distinguished Lawyer Award from UT College of Law in 1994. **William Stewart DO (A/S ’42), Toledo, June 7 at 88. Nancy J. Munn, Columbus, att. 1940s, July 1 at 85. John W. Mason (Eng ’43), Swanton, July 3 at 87. Elizabeth J. (Houck) Watson (Ed ’43), Toledo, Sept. 9 at 88. Judge Melvin L. Resnick, Ottawa Hills, att. 1946-1949, Sept. 11 at 81. *Patricia J. Vogel (Ed ’46), Toledo, Sept. 22 at 84. Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Kappa Gamma member, Golden Alumni Society secretary. Robert A. Lew (Ed ’47, MEd ’59), Bradenton, Fla., July 14 at 85. Marcus I. Smith (Bus ’47), Toledo, July 16 at 83. **William L. McVicker (Bus ’48), Toledo, Sept. 18 at 83. John E. Madden, Toledo, att. 19491959, June 23 at 77. Joan L. (Pross) (Larson) Kelly (Ed ’49), Washington, D.C., Sept. 9 at 81. **Paul L. Klag (Pharm ’49), Sylvania, July 22 at 88. **Parke B. Lamb Jr. (Bus ’49), Toledo, July 16 at 83. Joe B. McCully (Eng ’49), Maumee, Aug. 24 at 83. Martha L. (Reams) Parker (Ed ’49), Hillsborough, Calif., Sept. 6 at 83. **Col. Charles E. Wyatt (A/S ’49), Toledo, Sept. 4 at 84.

1950s

Robert F. Martz, Toledo, att. 19501955, Aug. 2 at 75. *Frederick S. Moring (Eng ’50), Toledo, July 19 at 84. *Joyce K. (Mitchell) Rice (A/S ’50), Toledo, June 12 at 79. **Joan R. (Blanchong) Durbin, Toledo, June 27 at 81. Jack W. Savage (Eng ’50), Centerville, Ohio, July 5 at 83. *Myron B. Schiller (Eng ’50) Oak Harbor, Ohio, Sept. 26 at 81. Charter member of Tower Club. *Sam V. Seferian (Eng ’50), Toledo, Aug. 18 at 87. Richard W. Welniak (Bus ’50), Toledo, Aug. 2 at 81. *Robert W. Geis Jr. (Ed ’51, MEd

’58), Sylvania, Sept. 3 at 85. Anderston L. “Pete” Bentley Jr. (Eng ’52), Perrysburg Twp., July 7 at 79. **Louis F. Cisowski (Pharm ’52), Toledo, Aug. 26 at 80. Pi Kappa Alpha member. *Robert E. Feldstein (Bus ’52), Toledo, Aug. 9 at 78. Alpha Epsilon Pi member, president of Inter-Fraternity Council. Carolyn (Engel) Weller (Ed ’52), Mason, Ohio, June 23 at 78. John H. Williams (Pharm ’52), Ypsilanti, Mich., June 5 at 81. **David G. Adams (Eng ’53), San Francisco, July 20 at 77. Joseph R. Fournier, Colorado Springs, Colo., att. 1953-1957, June 24 at 73. Theta Chi member. Nanette G. (Foran) Held (Ed ’53), Grand Rapids, Mich., Aug. 18 at 77. Edward L. Moser (Pharm ’53), The Villages, Fla., Aug. 29 at 78. James H. Pedersen (Bus ’53), Toledo, July 18 at 76. Shirley A. (Davis) (Thorpe) Sacks, Toledo, att. 1953-1956, Aug. 29 at 73. Delta Delta Delta member. Judge Robert G. Wilson (Law ’53), Bryan, Aug. 16 at 82. Ailie O’Leary (Ed ’54), Toledo, Aug. 25 at 97. Toby (Frankel) Sigman (A/S ’54, MEd ’86), Savannah, Ga., June 27 at 74. Instructor at Writing Center. Daniel E. Quilter PhD (Ed ’55), Bloomington, Ind., May 29 at 74. Paul Y. Sing (Eng ’55), East Windsor, N.J., Aug. 23 at 78. Lettered in tennis, wrestling; cheerleading squad member. Alpha Phi Omega member. Virginia A. (Grocott) Delaney (MEd ’56), Conneaut, Ohio, Aug. 12 at 79. Chi Omega member. John D. Lecklider (A/S ’56), Macomb, Mich., Aug. 25 at 75. Wally M. Naumann (MEd ’56), Toledo, Aug. 4 at 93. **Lowell C. Meckler MD (A/S ’56), Columbus, July 12 at 74. **Richard C. Ashton (Bus ’57), Sanford, N.C., July 15 at 75. James A. Baird (Law '57), Bowling Green, March 8 at 82. Cledith “Dale” Duncan, Toledo, att. 1957-1960, June 6 at 75. Sigma Alpha Epsilon member. Robert Shepler (Ed ’58), Opelika, Ala., May 18 at 73. Frederick L. Staeble, Waterville, att. 1958-1962, Aug. 30 at 82.

1960s

Edwin L. Byrne (Ed ’60), Toledo, June 10 at 72. Lee R. Seitz (Bus ’60), Powell, Ohio, July 14 at 74. Ronald F. Shetley (Bus ’60), Rice Lake, Wis., July 7 at 73. John M. Demko Jr. (Bus ’61), Toledo, June 18 at 68. Maj. Richard E. Amstutz, Plantation, Fla., att. 1962-1965, July 11 at 65. Clyde J. Kinney (MEd ’62), Wauseon, Sept. 13 at 91. Hilton H. Murphy (MEd ’62), Toledo, Sept. 16 at 91. Linda A. (Zajas) Vornhagen (Ed ’62), Stow, Ohio, Aug. 26 at 66. Norman R. Jurgens (UTCTC ’63), Perrysburg, June 13 at 66. Thomas C. Kauffman (MEd ’63), Macomb Twp., Mich., Sept. 3 at 69. Joseph C. Abele, Toledo, att. 19641967, July 20 at 61. Patsy (Klinger) Bodie (A/S ’64, MEd ’81), Springfield, Ohio, July 31 at 72. Joseph V. Hughes (Eng ’64), Wellsville, Ohio, June 24 at 78. *James P. McHugh (MEd ’64), Toledo, July 6 at 72. James W. Kizer (Bus ’65), Toledo, June 8 at 86. Douglas W. Quinlan, Toledo, att. 1965-1968, June 21 at 62. Lucille (Yeatts) Hauenstein (MEd ’66), Holland, Sept. 9 at 85. Richard C. Bell (Eng ’67), Pittsburgh, July 19 at 73. Jerry A. Harvey (A/S ’67), Chicago Heights, Ill., July 22 at 70. Kappa Alpha Psi member. **Dorothy W. Kirk (MEd ’67), Toledo, Sept. 10 at 84. Paul M. Osstifin (Eng ’67), Brooklyn, Mich., Aug. 26 at 65. John J. Welter (Bus ’67), Howell, Mich., Sept. 26 at 64. Theta Chi member. Philip H. Perlman (Bus ’68), Toledo, Aug. 23 at 63. Alpha Epsilon Pi member. Thomas J. Turner Jr. (A/S ’68), Costa Mesa, Calif., July 27 at 66. **Edward A. Weaver (MEng ’68), Saratoga Springs, N.Y., July 19 at 78. Joan C. (Bolander) Breier (Ed ’69, MEd ’85), Oregon, June 10 at 77. *Michael F. Jilek (Law ’69), Toledo, Sept. 7 at 67. Received 2007 Distinguished Alumnus Award from College of Law.

1970s

Gerald R. Bryant, Toledo, att. 1970-1972, July 9 at 57. www.toledoalumni.org

Richard Fowler (Bus ’70), Minster, Ohio, June 27 at 62. *Joseph A. Kondalski (MBA ’70), Toledo, June 9 at 68. Robert J. Murphy (Ed ’70, MEd ’76), Perrysburg, July 24 at 59. **Mildred H. (Houghtaling) Henry (Ed ’71, MEd ’79), Coldwater, Mich., Sept. 20 at 80. Diane (Erskine) Johnson (Ed ’71), Toledo, Aug. 23 at 59. Charlotte A. Felsted (Ed Spec ’72), Temperance, Mich., June 21 at 84. **Jay F. Herbster (Ed ’72), Lambertville, Mich., Aug. 23 at 61. Ruth (Randolph) Willey (Ed ’72, MEd ’88), Fremont, July 31 at 61. Ralph V. Kuyoth (UTCTC ’73), Curtice, June 18 at 65. Christopher J. Marsh (Ed ’73, MEd ’78, Ed Spec ’91), Sylvania, July 8 at 57. David D. Carter (MEd ’74), Toledo, July 12 at 81. Kappa Alpha Psi, Phi Delta Kappa member. Katherine F. Moore (UTCTC ’74), Toledo, Sept. 26 at 77. Georgia (Phillips) Terrell (MEd ’74), Toledo, July 6 at 87. Pamela J. (Truitt) Wisniewski (UTCTC ’74), Toledo, Sept. 1 at 54. John H. Cousino (UTCTC ’75), Toledo, Aug. 25 at 72. Merry Schaub-Ferns (Ed ’75), Whitehouse, July 18 at 54. Donald O. Nickey (Law ’75), Plain City, Ohio, June 13 at 57. Joseph E. Sevenich (MEd ’75), Wauseon, Ohio, July 1 at 65. Daniel D. Coveney (UTCTC ’76), Sylvania, Sept. 28 at 54. Cheryl S. (Jacobs) (Schuler) Goring (Ed ’76, MEd ’94), Irvine, Calif., July 20 at 54. Dorothy Lukowski (A/S ’76), Sylvania, Aug. 8 at 87. Thomas D. Vines (A/S ’76), Toledo, Aug. 18 at 66. Karen E. (Brinley) Worster (MEd ’76), Toledo, Oct. 2 at 73. *Mary R. (Sanger) Wotherspoon (Univ Coll ’76), Santa Fe, N.M., July 7 at 84. Wanda E. (Lyle) Penn (MEd ’77), Toledo, July 18 at 77. Emma J. Ross (Ed ’77), Toledo, June 17 at 58. Sigma Delta Tau member. **Leoma Vann (Univ Coll ’77), Toledo, Sept. 23 at 83. Brenda (McGraw) Dougherty (Ed ’79), Davenport, Fla., Aug. 4 at 51. **M. Rogene Fridrick (MEd ’79), Englewood, Ohio, July 7 at 79. Kurtis C. Kramp, Toledo, att. 19791986, July 24 at 47. On UT tennis team; Pi Kappa Phi member. www.toledoalumni.org

1980s

*Loretta Harris-Grays (UTCTC ’80, Univ Coll ’06), Toledo, Aug. 18 at 56. William J. Kressbach (MEd ’80), Adrian, Mich., May 21 at 65. Robert E. Bunce Sr. (UTCTC ’81), Maumee, Aug. 13 at 67. Roger N. Ashenfelter (MBA ’84), Bartlett, Tenn., May 21 at 54. Kevin S. Dugan (UTCTC ’84), Oregon, Sept. 3 at 52. Betty A. (Patlin) Felberbaum (UTCTC ’84), Toledo, Oct. 3 at 69. Nurse at the former MCO. Sherrie L. Taylor-Jackson (UTCTC ’84), Toledo, July 4 at 45. William H. Hier (UTCTC ’88, Univ Coll ’95), Toledo, June 18 at 67. Part-time instructor of computer science. Ann (Donbrosky) Stvartak (Ed ’89), Oregon, July 17 at 63.

1990s

Barbara L. (Hendrickson) Glavan (Univ Coll ’91), Hibbing, Minn., Sept. 17 at 59. Jennifer “J.C.” (Carroll) Kirr (Law ’91), Girard, Ohio, July 2 at 41. Alice L. Huffman (UTCTC ’92), Toledo, July 22 at 71. Linda K. Lanz (UTCTC ’93, Univ Coll ’96), Toledo, Aug. 1 at 59. Mark F. Zoltanski (Eng ’96), Denver, Sept. 11 at 43. James Harmon Jr. (Ed ’99), Canfield, Ohio, Sept. 13 at 39.

2000s

Joseph M. Gordon (Univ CollA ’01), Andrews, Ind., Sept. 26 at 35. Clarence A. Prowell (AHHS ’01), Toledo, Aug. 28 at 56. Rickie L. Golden (Pharm ’03), Delta, July 1 at 43. Billye J. (Moore) Thomas (Univ CollA ’03), Toledo, Aug. 4 at 43. Fred Gibbs (Bus ’05), Whitehouse, June 24 at 46.

Faculty, Staff & Friends

Jerry Bishop, Toledo, UT police officer from 1970 to 1992, July 28 at 81. Deborah A. Braun, Toledo, former MCO nurse, July 8 at 54. Gene C. Buttruff, Northwood, who worked in UT’s Maintenance Department from 1969 to 1996, Sept. 1 at 67. Arnold B. Cole, Toledo, an engineer in Plant Operations since 2002, June 3 at 59. Minnie Coleman, Toledo, a UT custodial worker from 1968 to 1979, Aug. 3 at 87.

Robert J. Conroy Sr., Toledo, an assistant men’s basketball coach for 14 seasons, Aug. 19 at 83. He joined UT in 1965 with Head Coach Bob Nichols. The two guided the Rockets to three Mid-American Conference championships. Ella Fridman PhD, Saline, Mich., a faculty member in the College of Engineering since 1993, June 19 at 57. She joined UT as an assistant professor in the Engineering Technologies Department. In 2003, she became the department’s graduate director; promoted to professor in 2006. Judith N. Gee, Toledo, July 13 at 67. She joined UT in 1974 as a clerk in Student Records, retiring from the Visitor’s Center in 2003. Mark S. Landwehr, Perrysburg, a part-time instructor with TOPS Jobs and Family Services Program from 1999 to 2003, Aug. 14 at 59. Melner Morine Harris, Toledo, a nurse in Surgery/Orthopedics at the former MCO Hospital from 1973 to 1991, Aug. 5 at 72. Jacqueline Hill, Toledo, who worked in Housekeeping at the former MCO, July 28 at 56. Karen R. Hill-McLaughlin, Newport, Mich., June 23 at 66. She joined the former MCO in 1976 and retired as director of the Ambulatory Clinic in 2001. Philip A. Luetke (A/S ’44), Sylvania, director of athletics publicity from 1948 to 1950, July 13 at 85. Editor of The Collegian as a student, Luetke was the 195253 president of the UT Alumni Association, which honored him in 1957 with the Blue T Award. He also served on the Golden Alumni Steering Committee and taught communication and English classes. Victor A. McKusick MD, Towson, Md., a Johns Hopkins University faculty member regarded as the founding father of medical genetics, July 29 at 86. The former MUO bestowed an honorary degree on him in 1988. Vladimir Nigrovic MD, Perrysburg Twp., a physician and founding member of the College of Medicine’s Department of Pharmacology, Sept. 4 at 74. The Yugoslavia native was a professor of pharmacology and therapeutics and a professor of anesthesiology and a vice chairman of that department at the former MCO, which he joined in 1968 at the

invitation of the Department of Pharmacology’s first chairman, Dr. Edward Cafruny. Julia Brooks LaRue Orwig, Ottawa Hills, who served on the board of the former MUO Foundation from 1999 to 2007 and the UT Foundation for another year, Sept. 13 at 57. William F. Prebe (Bus ’49), Sylvania, who taught business economics at UT for many years, Sept. 12 at 86. A former Dana Corp. economist, he also taught international business at BGSU and in 1971 was Edwin R. Hodge graduate lecture speaker in the UT College of Business Administration. Victor J. Sautter, Grand Rapids, welder and auto mechanic from 1973 to 1984, June 27 at 83. Gregor Sido MD, Toledo, who was honored by the former MCO for his work in helping establish the college, June 26 at 86. He was a member and secretary for the planning committee whose efforts led to the chartering of what was originally the Toledo Area Medical College and Education Foundation. The family medicine practitioner served on the former MCO Foundation Board of Trustees from 1960 to 1977, when he was made an honorary trustee. In 1985, MCO recognized his service with its Distinguished Citizen Award. Lewis J. “Lou” Tarsha, Toledo, the official scorekeeper for UT men’s and women’s basketball games since 1987, Sept. 30 at age 59. Hattie Tate, Toledo, who worked 30 years at the former Maumee Valley Hospital and later MCO, Sept. 26 at 84. James A. Van Fleet PhD, Naples, Fla., former director of the Center for International Studies and Programs and associate professor of political science and public administration from 1991 to 1998, Sept. 26 at 68. William L. Wagner, Houston, development officer in the Office of Development of the former MCO, June 12 at 84. Franklin C. “Buddy” Wallace Jr., Toledo, a custodian from 1984 to 1988, July 25 at 50. * Member of the UT Alumni Association ** Lifetime member

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in memoriam

1920s

Arthur J. Simon (Pharm ’28), Toledo, Aug. 14 at 100. *Harold F. Tenney, Toledo, att. 1928-1930, June 7 at 98. Lettered in basketball; on tennis team.

1930s

Edgar S. Byron PhD (Eng ’32, MS ’33), Towanda, Pa., April 18 at 98. H. Richard Krauss (Ed ’32), Holland, Aug. 1 at 99. Longtime adviser to UT Sailing Club. Elza R. (Henzler) Miller (Bus ’33), Indianapolis, Sept. 9 at 97. Willetta (McCown) Traynum, Toledo, att. 1933-1936, Aug. 6 at 93. *Arthur J. Hatch Jr. (Eng ’34), Toledo, Aug. 13 at 97. A Heritage Society member, he was a founding trustee of the Alumni Foundation (precursor to UT Foundation), serving as president in 1963-1964. Loretta (Nazar) Harwood, Toledo, att. 1937-1939, Aug. 24 at 90. **Lt. Gen. Hal B. Jennings MD (A/S ’37), San Antonio, Texas, Feb. 12, 2008 at 92. Heritage Society member. Edythe L. Menne (Ed ’37), Toledo, June 25 at 93. Alpha Chi Omega member. Mary H. (Wilson) Callender (Ed ’38), Dearborn, Mich., May 24 at 92. Tau Delta Sigma president. **Samuel G. Carson, Toledo, att. 1930s-1940s, July 29 at 94. Presidents Club, Heritage Society member. Charles R. Vadas, Toledo, att. 1938-1940, July 18 at 87.

1940s

Robert C. Freeman, Toledo, att. 1940-1943, June 26 at 85. John “Jack” W. Kennedy, Sylvania, att. 1940s, 1960s, 1970s, June 7 at 79. Rockets' basketball player. *Samuel S. Levin (Bus ’40), Sylvania, Oct. 3 at 90. *Elizabeth (Kridler) Meloy (Ed ’40), Toledo, July 6 at 90. George E. Spaulding Jr., Grand Rapids, Mich., att. 1940-1942, Sept. 5 at 88. John D. Henzler, San Diego, att. 1941-1947, July 25 at 83. *Elizabeth E. (Kuehn) Parke (Ed ’41), Fort Wayne, Ind., Aug. 27 at 88. Phi Beta Phi member. *Harry H. Thieman Jr. (Bus ’41), Sylvania, Sept. 10 at 89. *John A. Bremer (A/S ’42), Shelbyville, Ind., July 17 at 86. *Russell G. Ferdig (Eng ’42),

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Bowling Green, June 9 at 90. *Clarence E. Merritt (Eng ’42), Perrysburg, Aug. 14 at 87. Alpha Sigma Phi member, first president of UT Civil Engineering Society. Robert W. Rowley (A/S ’42), Perrysburg Twp., July 31 at 87. Received Distinguished Lawyer Award from UT College of Law in 1994. **William Stewart DO (A/S ’42), Toledo, June 7 at 88. Nancy J. Munn, Columbus, att. 1940s, July 1 at 85. John W. Mason (Eng ’43), Swanton, July 3 at 87. Elizabeth J. (Houck) Watson (Ed ’43), Toledo, Sept. 9 at 88. Judge Melvin L. Resnick, Ottawa Hills, att. 1946-1949, Sept. 11 at 81. *Patricia J. Vogel (Ed ’46), Toledo, Sept. 22 at 84. Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Kappa Gamma member, Golden Alumni Society secretary. Robert A. Lew (Ed ’47, MEd ’59), Bradenton, Fla., July 14 at 85. Marcus I. Smith (Bus ’47), Toledo, July 16 at 83. **William L. McVicker (Bus ’48), Toledo, Sept. 18 at 83. John E. Madden, Toledo, att. 19491959, June 23 at 77. Joan L. (Pross) (Larson) Kelly (Ed ’49), Washington, D.C., Sept. 9 at 81. **Paul L. Klag (Pharm ’49), Sylvania, July 22 at 88. **Parke B. Lamb Jr. (Bus ’49), Toledo, July 16 at 83. Joe B. McCully (Eng ’49), Maumee, Aug. 24 at 83. Martha L. (Reams) Parker (Ed ’49), Hillsborough, Calif., Sept. 6 at 83. **Col. Charles E. Wyatt (A/S ’49), Toledo, Sept. 4 at 84.

1950s

Robert F. Martz, Toledo, att. 19501955, Aug. 2 at 75. *Frederick S. Moring (Eng ’50), Toledo, July 19 at 84. *Joyce K. (Mitchell) Rice (A/S ’50), Toledo, June 12 at 79. **Joan R. (Blanchong) Durbin, Toledo, June 27 at 81. Jack W. Savage (Eng ’50), Centerville, Ohio, July 5 at 83. *Myron B. Schiller (Eng ’50) Oak Harbor, Ohio, Sept. 26 at 81. Charter member of Tower Club. *Sam V. Seferian (Eng ’50), Toledo, Aug. 18 at 87. Richard W. Welniak (Bus ’50), Toledo, Aug. 2 at 81. *Robert W. Geis Jr. (Ed ’51, MEd

’58), Sylvania, Sept. 3 at 85. Anderston L. “Pete” Bentley Jr. (Eng ’52), Perrysburg Twp., July 7 at 79. **Louis F. Cisowski (Pharm ’52), Toledo, Aug. 26 at 80. Pi Kappa Alpha member. *Robert E. Feldstein (Bus ’52), Toledo, Aug. 9 at 78. Alpha Epsilon Pi member, president of Inter-Fraternity Council. Carolyn (Engel) Weller (Ed ’52), Mason, Ohio, June 23 at 78. John H. Williams (Pharm ’52), Ypsilanti, Mich., June 5 at 81. **David G. Adams (Eng ’53), San Francisco, July 20 at 77. Joseph R. Fournier, Colorado Springs, Colo., att. 1953-1957, June 24 at 73. Theta Chi member. Nanette G. (Foran) Held (Ed ’53), Grand Rapids, Mich., Aug. 18 at 77. Edward L. Moser (Pharm ’53), The Villages, Fla., Aug. 29 at 78. James H. Pedersen (Bus ’53), Toledo, July 18 at 76. Shirley A. (Davis) (Thorpe) Sacks, Toledo, att. 1953-1956, Aug. 29 at 73. Delta Delta Delta member. Judge Robert G. Wilson (Law ’53), Bryan, Aug. 16 at 82. Ailie O’Leary (Ed ’54), Toledo, Aug. 25 at 97. Toby (Frankel) Sigman (A/S ’54, MEd ’86), Savannah, Ga., June 27 at 74. Instructor at Writing Center. Daniel E. Quilter PhD (Ed ’55), Bloomington, Ind., May 29 at 74. Paul Y. Sing (Eng ’55), East Windsor, N.J., Aug. 23 at 78. Lettered in tennis, wrestling; cheerleading squad member. Alpha Phi Omega member. Virginia A. (Grocott) Delaney (MEd ’56), Conneaut, Ohio, Aug. 12 at 79. Chi Omega member. John D. Lecklider (A/S ’56), Macomb, Mich., Aug. 25 at 75. Wally M. Naumann (MEd ’56), Toledo, Aug. 4 at 93. **Lowell C. Meckler MD (A/S ’56), Columbus, July 12 at 74. **Richard C. Ashton (Bus ’57), Sanford, N.C., July 15 at 75. James A. Baird (Law '57), Bowling Green, March 8 at 82. Cledith “Dale” Duncan, Toledo, att. 1957-1960, June 6 at 75. Sigma Alpha Epsilon member. Robert Shepler (Ed ’58), Opelika, Ala., May 18 at 73. Frederick L. Staeble, Waterville, att. 1958-1962, Aug. 30 at 82.

1960s

Edwin L. Byrne (Ed ’60), Toledo, June 10 at 72. Lee R. Seitz (Bus ’60), Powell, Ohio, July 14 at 74. Ronald F. Shetley (Bus ’60), Rice Lake, Wis., July 7 at 73. John M. Demko Jr. (Bus ’61), Toledo, June 18 at 68. Maj. Richard E. Amstutz, Plantation, Fla., att. 1962-1965, July 11 at 65. Clyde J. Kinney (MEd ’62), Wauseon, Sept. 13 at 91. Hilton H. Murphy (MEd ’62), Toledo, Sept. 16 at 91. Linda A. (Zajas) Vornhagen (Ed ’62), Stow, Ohio, Aug. 26 at 66. Norman R. Jurgens (UTCTC ’63), Perrysburg, June 13 at 66. Thomas C. Kauffman (MEd ’63), Macomb Twp., Mich., Sept. 3 at 69. Joseph C. Abele, Toledo, att. 19641967, July 20 at 61. Patsy (Klinger) Bodie (A/S ’64, MEd ’81), Springfield, Ohio, July 31 at 72. Joseph V. Hughes (Eng ’64), Wellsville, Ohio, June 24 at 78. *James P. McHugh (MEd ’64), Toledo, July 6 at 72. James W. Kizer (Bus ’65), Toledo, June 8 at 86. Douglas W. Quinlan, Toledo, att. 1965-1968, June 21 at 62. Lucille (Yeatts) Hauenstein (MEd ’66), Holland, Sept. 9 at 85. Richard C. Bell (Eng ’67), Pittsburgh, July 19 at 73. Jerry A. Harvey (A/S ’67), Chicago Heights, Ill., July 22 at 70. Kappa Alpha Psi member. **Dorothy W. Kirk (MEd ’67), Toledo, Sept. 10 at 84. Paul M. Osstifin (Eng ’67), Brooklyn, Mich., Aug. 26 at 65. John J. Welter (Bus ’67), Howell, Mich., Sept. 26 at 64. Theta Chi member. Philip H. Perlman (Bus ’68), Toledo, Aug. 23 at 63. Alpha Epsilon Pi member. Thomas J. Turner Jr. (A/S ’68), Costa Mesa, Calif., July 27 at 66. **Edward A. Weaver (MEng ’68), Saratoga Springs, N.Y., July 19 at 78. Joan C. (Bolander) Breier (Ed ’69, MEd ’85), Oregon, June 10 at 77. *Michael F. Jilek (Law ’69), Toledo, Sept. 7 at 67. Received 2007 Distinguished Alumnus Award from College of Law.

1970s

Gerald R. Bryant, Toledo, att. 1970-1972, July 9 at 57. www.toledoalumni.org

Richard Fowler (Bus ’70), Minster, Ohio, June 27 at 62. *Joseph A. Kondalski (MBA ’70), Toledo, June 9 at 68. Robert J. Murphy (Ed ’70, MEd ’76), Perrysburg, July 24 at 59. **Mildred H. (Houghtaling) Henry (Ed ’71, MEd ’79), Coldwater, Mich., Sept. 20 at 80. Diane (Erskine) Johnson (Ed ’71), Toledo, Aug. 23 at 59. Charlotte A. Felsted (Ed Spec ’72), Temperance, Mich., June 21 at 84. **Jay F. Herbster (Ed ’72), Lambertville, Mich., Aug. 23 at 61. Ruth (Randolph) Willey (Ed ’72, MEd ’88), Fremont, July 31 at 61. Ralph V. Kuyoth (UTCTC ’73), Curtice, June 18 at 65. Christopher J. Marsh (Ed ’73, MEd ’78, Ed Spec ’91), Sylvania, July 8 at 57. David D. Carter (MEd ’74), Toledo, July 12 at 81. Kappa Alpha Psi, Phi Delta Kappa member. Katherine F. Moore (UTCTC ’74), Toledo, Sept. 26 at 77. Georgia (Phillips) Terrell (MEd ’74), Toledo, July 6 at 87. Pamela J. (Truitt) Wisniewski (UTCTC ’74), Toledo, Sept. 1 at 54. John H. Cousino (UTCTC ’75), Toledo, Aug. 25 at 72. Merry Schaub-Ferns (Ed ’75), Whitehouse, July 18 at 54. Donald O. Nickey (Law ’75), Plain City, Ohio, June 13 at 57. Joseph E. Sevenich (MEd ’75), Wauseon, Ohio, July 1 at 65. Daniel D. Coveney (UTCTC ’76), Sylvania, Sept. 28 at 54. Cheryl S. (Jacobs) (Schuler) Goring (Ed ’76, MEd ’94), Irvine, Calif., July 20 at 54. Dorothy Lukowski (A/S ’76), Sylvania, Aug. 8 at 87. Thomas D. Vines (A/S ’76), Toledo, Aug. 18 at 66. Karen E. (Brinley) Worster (MEd ’76), Toledo, Oct. 2 at 73. *Mary R. (Sanger) Wotherspoon (Univ Coll ’76), Santa Fe, N.M., July 7 at 84. Wanda E. (Lyle) Penn (MEd ’77), Toledo, July 18 at 77. Emma J. Ross (Ed ’77), Toledo, June 17 at 58. Sigma Delta Tau member. **Leoma Vann (Univ Coll ’77), Toledo, Sept. 23 at 83. Brenda (McGraw) Dougherty (Ed ’79), Davenport, Fla., Aug. 4 at 51. **M. Rogene Fridrick (MEd ’79), Englewood, Ohio, July 7 at 79. Kurtis C. Kramp, Toledo, att. 19791986, July 24 at 47. On UT tennis team; Pi Kappa Phi member. www.toledoalumni.org

1980s

*Loretta Harris-Grays (UTCTC ’80, Univ Coll ’06), Toledo, Aug. 18 at 56. William J. Kressbach (MEd ’80), Adrian, Mich., May 21 at 65. Robert E. Bunce Sr. (UTCTC ’81), Maumee, Aug. 13 at 67. Roger N. Ashenfelter (MBA ’84), Bartlett, Tenn., May 21 at 54. Kevin S. Dugan (UTCTC ’84), Oregon, Sept. 3 at 52. Betty A. (Patlin) Felberbaum (UTCTC ’84), Toledo, Oct. 3 at 69. Nurse at the former MCO. Sherrie L. Taylor-Jackson (UTCTC ’84), Toledo, July 4 at 45. William H. Hier (UTCTC ’88, Univ Coll ’95), Toledo, June 18 at 67. Part-time instructor of computer science. Ann (Donbrosky) Stvartak (Ed ’89), Oregon, July 17 at 63.

1990s

Barbara L. (Hendrickson) Glavan (Univ Coll ’91), Hibbing, Minn., Sept. 17 at 59. Jennifer “J.C.” (Carroll) Kirr (Law ’91), Girard, Ohio, July 2 at 41. Alice L. Huffman (UTCTC ’92), Toledo, July 22 at 71. Linda K. Lanz (UTCTC ’93, Univ Coll ’96), Toledo, Aug. 1 at 59. Mark F. Zoltanski (Eng ’96), Denver, Sept. 11 at 43. James Harmon Jr. (Ed ’99), Canfield, Ohio, Sept. 13 at 39.

2000s

Joseph M. Gordon (Univ CollA ’01), Andrews, Ind., Sept. 26 at 35. Clarence A. Prowell (AHHS ’01), Toledo, Aug. 28 at 56. Rickie L. Golden (Pharm ’03), Delta, July 1 at 43. Billye J. (Moore) Thomas (Univ CollA ’03), Toledo, Aug. 4 at 43. Fred Gibbs (Bus ’05), Whitehouse, June 24 at 46.

Faculty, Staff & Friends

Jerry Bishop, Toledo, UT police officer from 1970 to 1992, July 28 at 81. Deborah A. Braun, Toledo, former MCO nurse, July 8 at 54. Gene C. Buttruff, Northwood, who worked in UT’s Maintenance Department from 1969 to 1996, Sept. 1 at 67. Arnold B. Cole, Toledo, an engineer in Plant Operations since 2002, June 3 at 59. Minnie Coleman, Toledo, a UT custodial worker from 1968 to 1979, Aug. 3 at 87.

Robert J. Conroy Sr., Toledo, an assistant men’s basketball coach for 14 seasons, Aug. 19 at 83. He joined UT in 1965 with Head Coach Bob Nichols. The two guided the Rockets to three Mid-American Conference championships. Ella Fridman PhD, Saline, Mich., a faculty member in the College of Engineering since 1993, June 19 at 57. She joined UT as an assistant professor in the Engineering Technologies Department. In 2003, she became the department’s graduate director; promoted to professor in 2006. Judith N. Gee, Toledo, July 13 at 67. She joined UT in 1974 as a clerk in Student Records, retiring from the Visitor’s Center in 2003. Mark S. Landwehr, Perrysburg, a part-time instructor with TOPS Jobs and Family Services Program from 1999 to 2003, Aug. 14 at 59. Melner Morine Harris, Toledo, a nurse in Surgery/Orthopedics at the former MCO Hospital from 1973 to 1991, Aug. 5 at 72. Jacqueline Hill, Toledo, who worked in Housekeeping at the former MCO, July 28 at 56. Karen R. Hill-McLaughlin, Newport, Mich., June 23 at 66. She joined the former MCO in 1976 and retired as director of the Ambulatory Clinic in 2001. Philip A. Luetke (A/S ’44), Sylvania, director of athletics publicity from 1948 to 1950, July 13 at 85. Editor of The Collegian as a student, Luetke was the 195253 president of the UT Alumni Association, which honored him in 1957 with the Blue T Award. He also served on the Golden Alumni Steering Committee and taught communication and English classes. Victor A. McKusick MD, Towson, Md., a Johns Hopkins University faculty member regarded as the founding father of medical genetics, July 29 at 86. The former MUO bestowed an honorary degree on him in 1988. Vladimir Nigrovic MD, Perrysburg Twp., a physician and founding member of the College of Medicine’s Department of Pharmacology, Sept. 4 at 74. The Yugoslavia native was a professor of pharmacology and therapeutics and a professor of anesthesiology and a vice chairman of that department at the former MCO, which he joined in 1968 at the

invitation of the Department of Pharmacology’s first chairman, Dr. Edward Cafruny. Julia Brooks LaRue Orwig, Ottawa Hills, who served on the board of the former MUO Foundation from 1999 to 2007 and the UT Foundation for another year, Sept. 13 at 57. William F. Prebe (Bus ’49), Sylvania, who taught business economics at UT for many years, Sept. 12 at 86. A former Dana Corp. economist, he also taught international business at BGSU and in 1971 was Edwin R. Hodge graduate lecture speaker in the UT College of Business Administration. Victor J. Sautter, Grand Rapids, welder and auto mechanic from 1973 to 1984, June 27 at 83. Gregor Sido MD, Toledo, who was honored by the former MCO for his work in helping establish the college, June 26 at 86. He was a member and secretary for the planning committee whose efforts led to the chartering of what was originally the Toledo Area Medical College and Education Foundation. The family medicine practitioner served on the former MCO Foundation Board of Trustees from 1960 to 1977, when he was made an honorary trustee. In 1985, MCO recognized his service with its Distinguished Citizen Award. Lewis J. “Lou” Tarsha, Toledo, the official scorekeeper for UT men’s and women’s basketball games since 1987, Sept. 30 at age 59. Hattie Tate, Toledo, who worked 30 years at the former Maumee Valley Hospital and later MCO, Sept. 26 at 84. James A. Van Fleet PhD, Naples, Fla., former director of the Center for International Studies and Programs and associate professor of political science and public administration from 1991 to 1998, Sept. 26 at 68. William L. Wagner, Houston, development officer in the Office of Development of the former MCO, June 12 at 84. Franklin C. “Buddy” Wallace Jr., Toledo, a custodian from 1984 to 1988, July 25 at 50. * Member of the UT Alumni Association ** Lifetime member

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biblio-files Sam Peckinpah Interviews University Press of Mississippi Kevin J. Hayes PhD (A/S ’81, MEd ’83), ed. Pick any of the popular descriptors — aggressive, rebel, fearless, crazy — that tagged the late film director Sam Peckinpah and you’ll probably hit the target somewhere. Scoring a bull’s-eye, though, might be impossible, so veiled did Peckinpah keep his core. These interviews, alternately profane and reflective, provide a window into the Hollywood Bully Boy whose works — Straw Dogs, The Ballad of Cable Hogue, Junior Bonner — might be a better testimony than any of his conflicted words, fascinating though they are. Was Peckinpah being honest when he’d say, time and again,“I’m like a good whore. I go where I’m kicked”? Or was truth in his drunken assertion that “I’m the greatest stupid romantic in the world”? Either way — in a line from his greatest movie, The Wild Bunch — he played his string out to the end. — C.N.

Hawaiian Cowboys: A Photographic Journal Island Heritage Publishing, 2008 Michal McClure (MS ’65) The land of luau and hula is also, surprisingly, the land of cattle ranches, and McClure offers an intimate view of the paniolo — Hawaiian cowboy — who’s been an integral part of the islands’ culture for more than 175 years. The photojournalist won the respect of the individuals whose lives he chronicles in photographs that are both intimate and expansive, and uniformly stunning. It’s not an easy life, but it’s certainly a communal one as ranchers, cowboys, horses and herding dogs all work together as a seamless unit. Of special note are the many kids in the photos; families have followed the cowboy life for generations, something that seems especially cherishable here in the 21st century. (Available at UT Bookstore.) — C.N.

The Road to Monticello: The Life and Mind of Thomas Jefferson Oxford University Press, 2008 Kevin J. Hayes PhD (A/S ’81, MEd ’83) The tall Virginian who looms so large in America’s history was one of the nation’s first and most visible intellectuals. Hayes examines the development of Jefferson’s wide-ranging mind through his books, correspondence and even his youthful literary efforts. Although the subject of slavery is oddly absent from the account — would Jefferson have possessed printed speeches of William Wilberforce? — the book is especially interesting when one compares the respective libraries of the Founding Fathers. Jefferson’s may well have been the most “modern,” certainly the most eclectic. A very accessible look at a great man from a new perspective that Jefferson the gentleman architect would have enjoyed. — C.N.

www.toledoalumni.org

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biblio-files Sam Peckinpah Interviews University Press of Mississippi Kevin J. Hayes PhD (A/S ’81, MEd ’83), ed. Pick any of the popular descriptors — aggressive, rebel, fearless, crazy — that tagged the late film director Sam Peckinpah and you’ll probably hit the target somewhere. Scoring a bull’s-eye, though, might be impossible, so veiled did Peckinpah keep his core. These interviews, alternately profane and reflective, provide a window into the Hollywood Bully Boy whose works — Straw Dogs, The Ballad of Cable Hogue, Junior Bonner — might be a better testimony than any of his conflicted words, fascinating though they are. Was Peckinpah being honest when he’d say, time and again,“I’m like a good whore. I go where I’m kicked”? Or was truth in his drunken assertion that “I’m the greatest stupid romantic in the world”? Either way — in a line from his greatest movie, The Wild Bunch — he played his string out to the end. — C.N.

Hawaiian Cowboys: A Photographic Journal Island Heritage Publishing, 2008 Michal McClure (MS ’65) The land of luau and hula is also, surprisingly, the land of cattle ranches, and McClure offers an intimate view of the paniolo — Hawaiian cowboy — who’s been an integral part of the islands’ culture for more than 175 years. The photojournalist won the respect of the individuals whose lives he chronicles in photographs that are both intimate and expansive, and uniformly stunning. It’s not an easy life, but it’s certainly a communal one as ranchers, cowboys, horses and herding dogs all work together as a seamless unit. Of special note are the many kids in the photos; families have followed the cowboy life for generations, something that seems especially cherishable here in the 21st century. (Available at UT Bookstore.) — C.N.

The Road to Monticello: The Life and Mind of Thomas Jefferson Oxford University Press, 2008 Kevin J. Hayes PhD (A/S ’81, MEd ’83) The tall Virginian who looms so large in America’s history was one of the nation’s first and most visible intellectuals. Hayes examines the development of Jefferson’s wide-ranging mind through his books, correspondence and even his youthful literary efforts. Although the subject of slavery is oddly absent from the account — would Jefferson have possessed printed speeches of William Wilberforce? — the book is especially interesting when one compares the respective libraries of the Founding Fathers. Jefferson’s may well have been the most “modern,” certainly the most eclectic. A very accessible look at a great man from a new perspective that Jefferson the gentleman architect would have enjoyed. — C.N.

www.toledoalumni.org

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Letter from the President

Letter from UTF President and Board Chair

Friends, donors and alumni, It is hard to believe another year has passed. Time seems to be moving at a breakneck pace, surely the result of all the activity happening on our University of Toledo campuses.

Dear Friends of The University of Toledo, Change is seldom a singular event. It has a ripple effect, putting into motion other waves of transformation. When The University of Toledo Foundation and the former Medical University of Ohio Foundation merged on July 1, 2007, it presented an opportunity to also realign goals, reassess policies and procedures, and restructure the organization. By combining the expertise and the skill sets of its two former boards and its employees, the new UT Foundation realized many accomplishments in its first full year, including: - Adoption of a new strategic plan - Savings of approximately $416,500 in the operating budget - Lowering of the administrative fee assessed to endowed funds, from a rate of 1.6 percent (MUO Foundation) and 1.35 percent (UT Foundation) to 1.25 percent - Selection of a new investment consultant, and progress made in alternative investment areas - Selection of a new independent auditor

The past year has been a time of great accomplishment, inside and outside the classroom. We have increased our enrollment for the third consecutive year, with a nearly six percent increase in our student body this fall. We have introduced The University of Toledo Learning Collaborative, a new learning model designed to meet the individualized needs of our students. We have seen extensive renovations to Savage Arena, which recently welcomed its first visitors. And with your generous support, we have seen our capital campaign goal come to fruition, with more than $106 million in pledges and donations. Another accomplishment of the past year was the renovation and rebirth of the Memorial Field House. While this project will go a long way to meeting our need for state-of-the-art classrooms and academic workspace, it has become more than just another capital investment.

Amidst all these changes and improvements, the Foundation stayed focused on its ongoing and primary duties as the official gift-receiving organization for the University. Throughout fiscal year 2008, the tremendously successful final year of UT’s capital campaign, the Foundation: - Worked with donors to establish nearly 90 new funds - Receipted and acknowledged gifts and pledges from 13,000 donors, totaling a record $22.2 million - Provided $12.9 million in support of UT students, programs and services During these difficult economic times, fiscal stewardship is as important as ever. Please be assured that our prudent investment strategy is designed to meet the present and future needs of the University. While we, too, are concerned with the short-term results of the portfolio, our focus remains the long-term growth of our asset pool. The Foundation’s investment performance has always placed high among our peer institutions. As the new UT Foundation looks to the future, more change is inevitable—and acknowledged as a necessary and welcomed step toward our continued success.

In 2006, we did much the same, by taking the existing framework of two institutions of higher education and forging something entirely new for our students, our community, our state, our friends, our donors and our alumni. Today, life at The University of Toledo feels a lot like the vibrant interior of the Memorial Field House, built upon a history and legacy that serves as the foundation for our future. Sincerely,

We welcome the collaboration of our supporters and friends, whose support remains the key ingredient in that success. Sincerely,

Lloyd A. Jacobs, M.D. President The University of Toledo

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Brenda S. Lee

2008 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

The Memorial Field House is symbolic of the renewed sense of excitement and enthusiasm one feels when walking across our scenic campuses. In many ways, it links our history with our future. By retaining its original exterior, we were able to preserve the legacy of the facility. Yet, inside its frame, we have created something entirely new that will serve our campus community well as we create a new future for The University of Toledo.

Michael J. Todak

Michael J. Todak Chair, UT Foundation Board of Trustees

Lloyd A. Jacobs, M.D.

Brenda S. Lee President, UT Foundation

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Letter from the President

Letter from UTF President and Board Chair

Friends, donors and alumni, It is hard to believe another year has passed. Time seems to be moving at a breakneck pace, surely the result of all the activity happening on our University of Toledo campuses.

Dear Friends of The University of Toledo, Change is seldom a singular event. It has a ripple effect, putting into motion other waves of transformation. When The University of Toledo Foundation and the former Medical University of Ohio Foundation merged on July 1, 2007, it presented an opportunity to also realign goals, reassess policies and procedures, and restructure the organization. By combining the expertise and the skill sets of its two former boards and its employees, the new UT Foundation realized many accomplishments in its first full year, including: - Adoption of a new strategic plan - Savings of approximately $416,500 in the operating budget - Lowering of the administrative fee assessed to endowed funds, from a rate of 1.6 percent (MUO Foundation) and 1.35 percent (UT Foundation) to 1.25 percent - Selection of a new investment consultant, and progress made in alternative investment areas - Selection of a new independent auditor

The past year has been a time of great accomplishment, inside and outside the classroom. We have increased our enrollment for the third consecutive year, with a nearly six percent increase in our student body this fall. We have introduced The University of Toledo Learning Collaborative, a new learning model designed to meet the individualized needs of our students. We have seen extensive renovations to Savage Arena, which recently welcomed its first visitors. And with your generous support, we have seen our capital campaign goal come to fruition, with more than $106 million in pledges and donations. Another accomplishment of the past year was the renovation and rebirth of the Memorial Field House. While this project will go a long way to meeting our need for state-of-the-art classrooms and academic workspace, it has become more than just another capital investment.

Amidst all these changes and improvements, the Foundation stayed focused on its ongoing and primary duties as the official gift-receiving organization for the University. Throughout fiscal year 2008, the tremendously successful final year of UT’s capital campaign, the Foundation: - Worked with donors to establish nearly 90 new funds - Receipted and acknowledged gifts and pledges from 13,000 donors, totaling a record $22.2 million - Provided $12.9 million in support of UT students, programs and services During these difficult economic times, fiscal stewardship is as important as ever. Please be assured that our prudent investment strategy is designed to meet the present and future needs of the University. While we, too, are concerned with the short-term results of the portfolio, our focus remains the long-term growth of our asset pool. The Foundation’s investment performance has always placed high among our peer institutions. As the new UT Foundation looks to the future, more change is inevitable—and acknowledged as a necessary and welcomed step toward our continued success.

In 2006, we did much the same, by taking the existing framework of two institutions of higher education and forging something entirely new for our students, our community, our state, our friends, our donors and our alumni. Today, life at The University of Toledo feels a lot like the vibrant interior of the Memorial Field House, built upon a history and legacy that serves as the foundation for our future. Sincerely,

We welcome the collaboration of our supporters and friends, whose support remains the key ingredient in that success. Sincerely,

Lloyd A. Jacobs, M.D. President The University of Toledo

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Brenda S. Lee

2008 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

The Memorial Field House is symbolic of the renewed sense of excitement and enthusiasm one feels when walking across our scenic campuses. In many ways, it links our history with our future. By retaining its original exterior, we were able to preserve the legacy of the facility. Yet, inside its frame, we have created something entirely new that will serve our campus community well as we create a new future for The University of Toledo.

Michael J. Todak

Michael J. Todak Chair, UT Foundation Board of Trustees

Lloyd A. Jacobs, M.D.

Brenda S. Lee President, UT Foundation

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n o i l l i 106 M Thanks a— Million ——— The Time Is Now Campaign Exceeds Goal

When The University of Toledo entered a capital campaign in 1993, its goal of raising $40 million seemed a formidable task. Some years later, when UT embarked on its newest major fund-raising campaign, many thought even $60 million may be an ambitious goal. At the campaign’s conclusion, which was marked with a victory celebration on Sept. 26 at the newly renovated Memorial Field House, the commitment and support of the University’s alumni and friends was made clear: The Time Is Now Campaign exceeded its $100 million goal, raising a total of $106.2 million. The successful campaign is the largest in the University’s history, according to Vern Snyder, UT vice president for Institutional Advancement.

2008 Annual Report

– The largest gift ever to UT’s Intercollegiate Athletics, from Chuck and Jackie Sullivan, to support renovations to Savage Hall and scholarships

– An unrestricted gift from Samuel Carson In addition, Mr. Snyder said, 24 gifts of $1 million or more contributed nearly $50 million toward the campaign. And though major gifts obviously helped UT reach its goal, he noted that each and every gift was appreciated and important in this campaign. Mr. Snyder said contributions were targeted for a wide array of needs and opportunities across all of UT’s campuses, including scholarships, endowed chairs, professorships and facilities. Gifts were made in the form of cash, trusts and bequests. “Our donors gave a great deal of consideration to the amount of their contributions, and were equally thoughtful in choosing the purpose and giving vehicle that best suited their circumstances and goals.”

– An endowment from Joan and Dr. Julius Jacobson II for collaborative research between UT’s campuses

“The success of this campaign illustrates perfectly the momentum of The University of Toledo,” said President Lloyd Jacobs. “Thanks to the generosity of our alumni, donors and friends, the University is well positioned in its role as a transformative force for the world.” Though the campaign goal has been attained, there is more to do, as the needs of the University continue to grow, Mr. Snyder emphasized. The campaign’s real success will be made evident for generations. “The programs, services and facilities supported by this campaign will have a lasting impact on The University of Toledo community,” he said. “The Time Is Now may have been our campaign motto, but The Times Look Brighter could be a fitting motto for our future.”

– A major gift from George Isaac, to create the Isaac Minimally Invasive Surgery Center – A transformational gift from Alfred and Adela Mundt for the cardiology department

The campaign’s real success will be made evident for generations.

Former UT President Dan Johnson and Tom Switzer, dean of the Judith Herb College of Education, look on as the Herb family pledges its support of $15 million. Pictured, from left, are Jon, Tom, Judy and Marvin Herb.

2008 Annual Report

“This outstanding accomplishment is the result of tireless efforts by UT faculty, staff and volunteers, combined with the great generosity of thousands of donors who believe in the University’s mission,” said Mr. Snyder.

Leadership gifts included: – $15 million, the largest gift in UT’s history, from Marvin and Judy Herb and their sons Jon and Tom, for the Judith Herb College of Education

– A leadership gift to the College of Business, by Savage & Associates, for the Savage & Associates Complex for Business Learning and Engagement

– The creation of an endowed chair in finance and the Neff Trading Floor, from John and Lilli Neff – A bequest from Dr. Edward Shapiro, to establish scholarship programs and the Shapiro Lecture Series

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n o i l l i 106 M Thanks a— Million ——— The Time Is Now Campaign Exceeds Goal

When The University of Toledo entered a capital campaign in 1993, its goal of raising $40 million seemed a formidable task. Some years later, when UT embarked on its newest major fund-raising campaign, many thought even $60 million may be an ambitious goal. At the campaign’s conclusion, which was marked with a victory celebration on Sept. 26 at the newly renovated Memorial Field House, the commitment and support of the University’s alumni and friends was made clear: The Time Is Now Campaign exceeded its $100 million goal, raising a total of $106.2 million. The successful campaign is the largest in the University’s history, according to Vern Snyder, UT vice president for Institutional Advancement.

2008 Annual Report

– The largest gift ever to UT’s Intercollegiate Athletics, from Chuck and Jackie Sullivan, to support renovations to Savage Hall and scholarships

– An unrestricted gift from Samuel Carson In addition, Mr. Snyder said, 24 gifts of $1 million or more contributed nearly $50 million toward the campaign. And though major gifts obviously helped UT reach its goal, he noted that each and every gift was appreciated and important in this campaign. Mr. Snyder said contributions were targeted for a wide array of needs and opportunities across all of UT’s campuses, including scholarships, endowed chairs, professorships and facilities. Gifts were made in the form of cash, trusts and bequests. “Our donors gave a great deal of consideration to the amount of their contributions, and were equally thoughtful in choosing the purpose and giving vehicle that best suited their circumstances and goals.”

– An endowment from Joan and Dr. Julius Jacobson II for collaborative research between UT’s campuses

“The success of this campaign illustrates perfectly the momentum of The University of Toledo,” said President Lloyd Jacobs. “Thanks to the generosity of our alumni, donors and friends, the University is well positioned in its role as a transformative force for the world.” Though the campaign goal has been attained, there is more to do, as the needs of the University continue to grow, Mr. Snyder emphasized. The campaign’s real success will be made evident for generations. “The programs, services and facilities supported by this campaign will have a lasting impact on The University of Toledo community,” he said. “The Time Is Now may have been our campaign motto, but The Times Look Brighter could be a fitting motto for our future.”

– A major gift from George Isaac, to create the Isaac Minimally Invasive Surgery Center – A transformational gift from Alfred and Adela Mundt for the cardiology department

The campaign’s real success will be made evident for generations.

Former UT President Dan Johnson and Tom Switzer, dean of the Judith Herb College of Education, look on as the Herb family pledges its support of $15 million. Pictured, from left, are Jon, Tom, Judy and Marvin Herb.

2008 Annual Report

“This outstanding accomplishment is the result of tireless efforts by UT faculty, staff and volunteers, combined with the great generosity of thousands of donors who believe in the University’s mission,” said Mr. Snyder.

Leadership gifts included: – $15 million, the largest gift in UT’s history, from Marvin and Judy Herb and their sons Jon and Tom, for the Judith Herb College of Education

– A leadership gift to the College of Business, by Savage & Associates, for the Savage & Associates Complex for Business Learning and Engagement

– The creation of an endowed chair in finance and the Neff Trading Floor, from John and Lilli Neff – A bequest from Dr. Edward Shapiro, to establish scholarship programs and the Shapiro Lecture Series

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Dr. Julius Jacobson Hopes Serendipity and Skill Combine for Success

Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York City. “I’m a vascular surgeon; that’s what I know. But when it comes to basic biochemistry and physics, I know very little.”

Dr. Jacobson, considered to be the pioneer of microsurgery, said that accidental discoveries continue to result in major breakthroughs in medicine and technology. Not to downplay the role of education and skill, Dr. Jacobson quotes Louis Pasteur, the famed organic chemist, as saying, “Chance favors only the mind that is prepared.”

Through the combined skills and knowledge of basic and clinical scientists, Dr. Jacobson believes the field of medicine will see phenomenal developments. “We’re going to solve common issues like cancer and diabetes. These will no longer be a problem in the next generation,” he said.

But in Dr. Jacobson’s own mind, and in the shared thinking of the National Institutes of Health, some of the greatest scientific discoveries of the future may be the result of a meeting of minds: through translational, or collaborative, research.

“The problem of the future generation is that the world will have standing room only,” he noted wryly.

“Translational research brings together basic scientists and clinical scientists,” explained Dr. Jacobson, director emeritus of vascular surgery at

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In many of the world’s greatest scientific accomplishments, notes Dr. Julius Jacobson (A/S ’47), a surprising element has played a critical role: serendipity.

In support of his conviction in translational research, Dr. Jacobson and his wife Joan have contributed $2 million to create the Joan and Julius H. Jacobson II Center for Clinical and Translational Research at The University of Toledo. The Jacobsons’ gift will support the necessary infrastructure for the Center, which will be located on UT’s Health Science Campus, said

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Dr. Julius Jacobson Hopes Serendipity and Skill Combine for Success

Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York City. “I’m a vascular surgeon; that’s what I know. But when it comes to basic biochemistry and physics, I know very little.”

Dr. Jacobson, considered to be the pioneer of microsurgery, said that accidental discoveries continue to result in major breakthroughs in medicine and technology. Not to downplay the role of education and skill, Dr. Jacobson quotes Louis Pasteur, the famed organic chemist, as saying, “Chance favors only the mind that is prepared.”

Through the combined skills and knowledge of basic and clinical scientists, Dr. Jacobson believes the field of medicine will see phenomenal developments. “We’re going to solve common issues like cancer and diabetes. These will no longer be a problem in the next generation,” he said.

But in Dr. Jacobson’s own mind, and in the shared thinking of the National Institutes of Health, some of the greatest scientific discoveries of the future may be the result of a meeting of minds: through translational, or collaborative, research.

“The problem of the future generation is that the world will have standing room only,” he noted wryly.

“Translational research brings together basic scientists and clinical scientists,” explained Dr. Jacobson, director emeritus of vascular surgery at

2008 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

In many of the world’s greatest scientific accomplishments, notes Dr. Julius Jacobson (A/S ’47), a surprising element has played a critical role: serendipity.

In support of his conviction in translational research, Dr. Jacobson and his wife Joan have contributed $2 million to create the Joan and Julius H. Jacobson II Center for Clinical and Translational Research at The University of Toledo. The Jacobsons’ gift will support the necessary infrastructure for the Center, which will be located on UT’s Health Science Campus, said

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Dr. Jeffrey Gold, Health Science Campus provost, executive vice president for health affairs and College of Medicine dean. “The Jacobson Center will accelerate the enormous progress that the University has already made in clinical research,” said Dr. Gold. “It will integrate the University’s basic and clinical science programs throughout its various colleges, actively encouraging interdisciplinary research and resulting in outstanding projects with potential for significant breakthroughs.”

“The Jacobson Center

The Center’s efforts will be led by a newly appointed director, Dr. Debra Gmerek. “I am very excited about the opportunity to create true synergy across basic research and clinical science through this center,” said Dr. Gmerek, “ultimately to bring new treatments to patients.”

has already made in

Dr. Jacobson said the gift is in gratitude for Toledo’s “wonderful people, wonderful professors and wonderful university.” “I couldn’t have gone to college if it weren’t for The University of Toledo. I owe what I have done in my life to Toledo,” he said.

will accelerate the enormous progress that the University clinical research,” said Dr. Gold. He hopes the projects and research through the new Jacobson Center will lead the University and its scientists to renowned discoveries and accomplishments. “I want to put Toledo on the map,” he said.

“potential for significant breakthroughs.”

The University of Toledo is honoring members of the nation’s military services through a new Veterans’ Plaza, an outdoor monument to be located outside one of the oldest and most historic buildings on campus, the newly renovated Memorial Field House. “In a workaday world that surrounds each of us, there is little time and few places to remember those who have served our country and paid for the freedoms we all enjoy,” said Vern Snyder, UT vice president for Institutional Advancement. “The Veterans’ Plaza will stand as just such a place for our veterans, our community, and our students.” The UT Board of Trustees recently approved the estimated $250,000 project, and the University is currently seeking support for the project from veterans’ organizations and individuals who wish to remember a loved one, friend or comrade. Naming opportunities include $100 donations for nameplates, $1,000 for plaques, and $5,000 for memorial stones or benches. “UT graduates and veterans all over the region are becoming aware of this plaza, and are responding with their donations honoring loved ones,” said

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Gordon Haggett, who is directing the project. “To have the support of the community, veterans’ groups, and the university’s administrative officers, shows the incredible importance of having this plaza on our beautiful campus.” Mr. Haggett said the plaza, which may also be used by veterans’ groups for future ceremonies, will be marked by the American flag, State of Ohio flag, and POW/MIA flag.

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While serendipity and a prepared mind are likely to play a part in those accomplishments, the foresight and financial support of individuals like the Jacobsons are clearly key ingredients.

UT to Honor Veterans through Memorial Field House Plaza

The timely and honorable memorial will blend the university, students, alumni, and the community in support of the nation’s veterans, said Mr. Haggett. “What a great way for our students and those visiting our campus to recognize our veterans’ achievements and sacrifices,” he noted, “to keep us a free country and to enjoy the freedoms we have as they walk through the plaza.” For more information about the Veterans’ Plaza, or to make a gift, contact Gordon Haggett at gordon.haggett@utoledo.edu or Vern Snyder at 419.530.8425. 9


Jacobson Story Continued

Dr. Jeffrey Gold, Health Science Campus provost, executive vice president for health affairs and College of Medicine dean. “The Jacobson Center will accelerate the enormous progress that the University has already made in clinical research,” said Dr. Gold. “It will integrate the University’s basic and clinical science programs throughout its various colleges, actively encouraging interdisciplinary research and resulting in outstanding projects with potential for significant breakthroughs.”

“The Jacobson Center

The Center’s efforts will be led by a newly appointed director, Dr. Debra Gmerek. “I am very excited about the opportunity to create true synergy across basic research and clinical science through this center,” said Dr. Gmerek, “ultimately to bring new treatments to patients.”

has already made in

Dr. Jacobson said the gift is in gratitude for Toledo’s “wonderful people, wonderful professors and wonderful university.” “I couldn’t have gone to college if it weren’t for The University of Toledo. I owe what I have done in my life to Toledo,” he said.

will accelerate the enormous progress that the University clinical research,” said Dr. Gold. He hopes the projects and research through the new Jacobson Center will lead the University and its scientists to renowned discoveries and accomplishments. “I want to put Toledo on the map,” he said.

“potential for significant breakthroughs.”

The University of Toledo is honoring members of the nation’s military services through a new Veterans’ Plaza, an outdoor monument to be located outside one of the oldest and most historic buildings on campus, the newly renovated Memorial Field House. “In a workaday world that surrounds each of us, there is little time and few places to remember those who have served our country and paid for the freedoms we all enjoy,” said Vern Snyder, UT vice president for Institutional Advancement. “The Veterans’ Plaza will stand as just such a place for our veterans, our community, and our students.” The UT Board of Trustees recently approved the estimated $250,000 project, and the University is currently seeking support for the project from veterans’ organizations and individuals who wish to remember a loved one, friend or comrade. Naming opportunities include $100 donations for nameplates, $1,000 for plaques, and $5,000 for memorial stones or benches. “UT graduates and veterans all over the region are becoming aware of this plaza, and are responding with their donations honoring loved ones,” said

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Gordon Haggett, who is directing the project. “To have the support of the community, veterans’ groups, and the university’s administrative officers, shows the incredible importance of having this plaza on our beautiful campus.” Mr. Haggett said the plaza, which may also be used by veterans’ groups for future ceremonies, will be marked by the American flag, State of Ohio flag, and POW/MIA flag.

2008 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

While serendipity and a prepared mind are likely to play a part in those accomplishments, the foresight and financial support of individuals like the Jacobsons are clearly key ingredients.

UT to Honor Veterans through Memorial Field House Plaza

The timely and honorable memorial will blend the university, students, alumni, and the community in support of the nation’s veterans, said Mr. Haggett. “What a great way for our students and those visiting our campus to recognize our veterans’ achievements and sacrifices,” he noted, “to keep us a free country and to enjoy the freedoms we have as they walk through the plaza.” For more information about the Veterans’ Plaza, or to make a gift, contact Gordon Haggett at gordon.haggett@utoledo.edu or Vern Snyder at 419.530.8425. 9


The Year in Review July 1, 2007 - June 30, 2008

Assets 1999-2008

Annualized Investment Performance

Contributions 1999-2008

Total UTF Assets........................................ $197.3 Million Total UT/UTF Combined Endowment........ $175.6 Million UTF Endowment Only..................... $130.5 Million Total Investments Under Management...... $193.7 Million Total Contributions...................................... $22.2 Million

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$17.2 Million

46.7%

U.S. Stocks

14.9%

Non-U.S. Stocks

16.4% Bonds

6.3%

19.1%

Alternative Assets

2.9%

Research

$12.0 Million

$10.0 Million

$15.5 Million

$11.9 Million

$10.5 Million

$12.7 Million

$10.6 Million

$12.2 Million

$312,309 2.4% Capital Projects

$257,550 2.0% Research

$13.7 Million

7.1%

General Support

$1.6 Million 12.8% Athletics

$12.9 Million

Capital Projects

$8.9 Million

Asset Allocation

Student Aid

6.7%

$10.7 Million

Foundation Support Provided to the University 1999-2008

$3.9 Million 30.1% Student Aid

37.1%

5.2%

Athletics

$8.3 Million

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

$6.8 Million 52.7% Programs and Services

Academics

$7.6 Million

1 Year

$9.2 Million

37.6%

Designation of Support to The University of Toledo 2008

3 Years

4.5%

$13.9 Million

Designation of Fund Balances

5 Years

7.7%

$17.2 Million

10 Years

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

10.7%

$18.8 Million

6.7%

$22.2 Million

$130.0 Million

$134.4 Million

$124.2 Million

$111.6 Million

$109.1 Million

$126.4 Million

$142.3 Million

$160.8 Million

$194.5 Million

$197.3 Million

Total Support Provided to the University..... $12.9 Million

Cash

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

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The Year in Review July 1, 2007 - June 30, 2008

Assets 1999-2008

Annualized Investment Performance

Contributions 1999-2008

Total UTF Assets........................................ $197.3 Million Total UT/UTF Combined Endowment........ $175.6 Million UTF Endowment Only..................... $130.5 Million Total Investments Under Management...... $193.7 Million Total Contributions...................................... $22.2 Million

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$17.2 Million

46.7%

U.S. Stocks

14.9%

Non-U.S. Stocks

16.4% Bonds

6.3%

19.1%

Alternative Assets

2.9%

Research

$12.0 Million

$10.0 Million

$15.5 Million

$11.9 Million

$10.5 Million

$12.7 Million

$10.6 Million

$12.2 Million

$312,309 2.4% Capital Projects

$257,550 2.0% Research

$13.7 Million

7.1%

General Support

$1.6 Million 12.8% Athletics

$12.9 Million

Capital Projects

$8.9 Million

Asset Allocation

Student Aid

6.7%

$10.7 Million

Foundation Support Provided to the University 1999-2008

$3.9 Million 30.1% Student Aid

37.1%

5.2%

Athletics

$8.3 Million

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

$6.8 Million 52.7% Programs and Services

Academics

$7.6 Million

1 Year

$9.2 Million

37.6%

Designation of Support to The University of Toledo 2008

3 Years

4.5%

$13.9 Million

Designation of Fund Balances

5 Years

7.7%

$17.2 Million

10 Years

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

10.7%

$18.8 Million

6.7%

$22.2 Million

$130.0 Million

$134.4 Million

$124.2 Million

$111.6 Million

$109.1 Million

$126.4 Million

$142.3 Million

$160.8 Million

$194.5 Million

$197.3 Million

Total Support Provided to the University..... $12.9 Million

Cash

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

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CUMULATIVE GIVING $15 Million and Over Level

Donor Recognition: 2007-2008 (for gifts received from July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008)

Every gift in support of The University of Toledo is significant and appreciated, aiding UT in its ongoing emphasis on quality and accessibility. Due to space and cost constraints, this list only recognizes annual giving of $100 or more for the 2008 fiscal year ( July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008). Please notify us, in writing, of any corrections: Email: utfoundation@utoledo.edu

2008 Annual Report

UT’s donor recognition societies are being restructured, to more effectively recognize donors across UT’s campuses. This report recognizes cumulative giving at the new, yet unnamed levels.

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$10 Million to $14.9 Million Level

St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center Charles A. and Jackie Sullivan

$5 Million to $9.9 Million Level

Ariba, Inc. Edward P. Kinsey Mr.* and Mrs. Harold McMaster Stranahan Foundation

$1 Million to $4.9 Million Level

The Ability Center of Greater Toledo Mr.* and Mrs.* Joseph Altschuller The Anderson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Anderson Willard M. Bright Charles A. Dana Foundation Dana Corporation Foundation Dana Corporation Ida Marie Dowling* Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund Fifth Third Bank Mr. and Mrs.* James R. Findlay France Stone Foundation Ivan W. Gorr Ruth M. Hillebrand* IBM Corp. George Isaac Dr. and Mrs. Julius H. Jacobson II KeyBank The Kinsey Family Foundation The Jerome Kobacker Charities Foundation Foy D.* and Phyllis Penn* Kohler The LaValley Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. LaValley, Sr. Clement O. Miniger Memorial Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John B. Neff Nippon Electric Glass Norman C. Nitschke Owens-Illinois, Inc. Fred L. Rieman*

$500,000 to $999,999 Level

Mr.* and Mrs. Thomas H. Anderson Kathrine Banyas* Robert J.* and Wrey Warner* Barber Dr.* and Mrs. Paul Block, Jr. Ashel and Dorothy* Bryan Buckeye CableSystem, Inc. Frank and Barbara Cubbon Eaton Corporation Hal and Susan Fetterman FirstEnergy Corp. First Energy Foundation Jon A. Herb Thomas S. and Wendy Herb Roy* and Gail* Hummel Huntington National Bank Martha Holden Jennings Foundation Edmond L. Jermann Mr.* and Mrs.* William Knight, Jr. The Kresge Foundation Mr.* and Mrs.* Frank A. Larimer The David and Lura Lovell Foundation Lumina Foundation for Education, Inc. McMaster Foundation National City Bank Northwest Region National Endowment for the Arts Harriett Fox Pheatt* Pilkington North America, Inc. Dorothy MacKenzie Price ProMedica Health System Reinberger Foundation H. William* and Jean Clark* Rhodes Rudolph/Libbe, Inc. Satellites of UTMC John F.* and Mary Kay Savage

Robert Stranahan, Jr. George Stundon* Anne C. Whinery*

$100,000 to $499,999 Level

3M General Offices Academy of Medicine of Toledo and Lucas County Dr. David and Elizabeth Allison Dr. Thomas D.* and Marilyn* Allison Alpha Therapeutic Services, Inc. American Honda Foundation Arthur Andersen The Andersons Fund Supporting Organization B.G.S.U. Dance Marathon George Ballas Buick GMC John C. Bates Foundation Robert and Jean Beauch Susan Beilstein Scholarship Fund Trust David P. Bennett Bennett Enterprises Alfred H. Bilstein Foundation R. Jeffrey and Kathleen Bixler Wilma Black* The Blade Foundation Block Communications, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Parviz Boodjeh Lorine J. and Alan D. Booth Foundation Bostleman Corporation Richard* and Konni Bostleman Tom and Betsy Brady Brooks Insurance Agency The Brown Foundation, Inc. Dr.* and Mrs. James A. Brunner Frank Butler* Dr.* and Mrs. William S. Carlson Samuel G. Carson Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Cavalear George and Deborah Chapman Children’s Miracle Network Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Cicak City of Toledo Clement Family Trust Arthur* and Christine* Cline CMN Duck Race Columbia Gas of Ohio, Inc. Comshare, Inc. Cooper Tire and Rubber Co. Corpus Christi University Parish John Corrothers Creative Food Management, Inc. Fanny Erma B. Crozier Dade Community Foundation

Daimler Chrysler Thomas A. Dattilo Diocese of Toledo Discount Drug Mart Margaret Dodds* Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Douglas Frederick M. Douglass Foundation Mr.* and Mrs. John W. Dowd Downtown Coaches Association Dunbar Mechanical, Inc. Jane Eager* Eastman and Smith, Ltd. EBI, L. P. d/b/a BIOMET Eunice V. Elser* Dr. Mohamed and Susan El-Shafie Erie Construction Mid-West, Inc. Ernst & Young LLP & Foundation Robert R. Falter* Martha W. Farmer Jamie Farr Kroger Classic Federal Mogul Corporation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Joseph F. Fink Flower Hospital James H. Fox Trust GAC Chemical Corp. General Motors Foundation The Charlotte Geyer Foundation V/Gladieux Enterprises, Inc. GlaxoSmithKline Richard and Barbara Glowacki GM Powertrain Max P. Gottfried* Ron Greller Grogan’s Towne Chrysler Plymouth, Inc. Mr.* and Mrs. George W. Haigh Michael and Kathleen Hanley Hart Associates Nellie Harvey* Ottalie E. Hassensall* Franklyn R. Hawkins* Heidtman Steel Products, Inc. Carol A. Heintz Flora Belle Henry* Herrick Foundation Edward* and Lois Kennedy Herzog Minnie E. Heyn* Dr. and Mrs. Channing L. Hinman Dr. John and Sarah Howard Dr. and Mrs.* S. Amjad Hussain Hylant Group Impact Products

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2008 Annual Report

Postal Mail: The University of Toledo Foundation, MS #319 2801 W. Bancroft St. Toledo OH 43606

Judith A. and Marvin J. Herb

Edward H.* and Suzanne* Schmidt Edward Shapiro* Lowell W.* and Muriel* Skilliter Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Toledo Edison, A First Energy Co. The Toledo Hospital UT Retirees Association The Whitaker Foundation Harry* and Carmye V.* Winkle The Wolfe Family Charitable Foundation Fritz and Mary Wolfe


CUMULATIVE GIVING $15 Million and Over Level

Donor Recognition: 2007-2008 (for gifts received from July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008)

Every gift in support of The University of Toledo is significant and appreciated, aiding UT in its ongoing emphasis on quality and accessibility. Due to space and cost constraints, this list only recognizes annual giving of $100 or more for the 2008 fiscal year ( July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008). Please notify us, in writing, of any corrections: Email: utfoundation@utoledo.edu

2008 Annual Report

UT’s donor recognition societies are being restructured, to more effectively recognize donors across UT’s campuses. This report recognizes cumulative giving at the new, yet unnamed levels.

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$10 Million to $14.9 Million Level

St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center Charles A. and Jackie Sullivan

$5 Million to $9.9 Million Level

Ariba, Inc. Edward P. Kinsey Mr.* and Mrs. Harold McMaster Stranahan Foundation

$1 Million to $4.9 Million Level

The Ability Center of Greater Toledo Mr.* and Mrs.* Joseph Altschuller The Anderson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Anderson Willard M. Bright Charles A. Dana Foundation Dana Corporation Foundation Dana Corporation Ida Marie Dowling* Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund Fifth Third Bank Mr. and Mrs.* James R. Findlay France Stone Foundation Ivan W. Gorr Ruth M. Hillebrand* IBM Corp. George Isaac Dr. and Mrs. Julius H. Jacobson II KeyBank The Kinsey Family Foundation The Jerome Kobacker Charities Foundation Foy D.* and Phyllis Penn* Kohler The LaValley Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. LaValley, Sr. Clement O. Miniger Memorial Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John B. Neff Nippon Electric Glass Norman C. Nitschke Owens-Illinois, Inc. Fred L. Rieman*

$500,000 to $999,999 Level

Mr.* and Mrs. Thomas H. Anderson Kathrine Banyas* Robert J.* and Wrey Warner* Barber Dr.* and Mrs. Paul Block, Jr. Ashel and Dorothy* Bryan Buckeye CableSystem, Inc. Frank and Barbara Cubbon Eaton Corporation Hal and Susan Fetterman FirstEnergy Corp. First Energy Foundation Jon A. Herb Thomas S. and Wendy Herb Roy* and Gail* Hummel Huntington National Bank Martha Holden Jennings Foundation Edmond L. Jermann Mr.* and Mrs.* William Knight, Jr. The Kresge Foundation Mr.* and Mrs.* Frank A. Larimer The David and Lura Lovell Foundation Lumina Foundation for Education, Inc. McMaster Foundation National City Bank Northwest Region National Endowment for the Arts Harriett Fox Pheatt* Pilkington North America, Inc. Dorothy MacKenzie Price ProMedica Health System Reinberger Foundation H. William* and Jean Clark* Rhodes Rudolph/Libbe, Inc. Satellites of UTMC John F.* and Mary Kay Savage

Robert Stranahan, Jr. George Stundon* Anne C. Whinery*

$100,000 to $499,999 Level

3M General Offices Academy of Medicine of Toledo and Lucas County Dr. David and Elizabeth Allison Dr. Thomas D.* and Marilyn* Allison Alpha Therapeutic Services, Inc. American Honda Foundation Arthur Andersen The Andersons Fund Supporting Organization B.G.S.U. Dance Marathon George Ballas Buick GMC John C. Bates Foundation Robert and Jean Beauch Susan Beilstein Scholarship Fund Trust David P. Bennett Bennett Enterprises Alfred H. Bilstein Foundation R. Jeffrey and Kathleen Bixler Wilma Black* The Blade Foundation Block Communications, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Parviz Boodjeh Lorine J. and Alan D. Booth Foundation Bostleman Corporation Richard* and Konni Bostleman Tom and Betsy Brady Brooks Insurance Agency The Brown Foundation, Inc. Dr.* and Mrs. James A. Brunner Frank Butler* Dr.* and Mrs. William S. Carlson Samuel G. Carson Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Cavalear George and Deborah Chapman Children’s Miracle Network Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Cicak City of Toledo Clement Family Trust Arthur* and Christine* Cline CMN Duck Race Columbia Gas of Ohio, Inc. Comshare, Inc. Cooper Tire and Rubber Co. Corpus Christi University Parish John Corrothers Creative Food Management, Inc. Fanny Erma B. Crozier Dade Community Foundation

Daimler Chrysler Thomas A. Dattilo Diocese of Toledo Discount Drug Mart Margaret Dodds* Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Douglas Frederick M. Douglass Foundation Mr.* and Mrs. John W. Dowd Downtown Coaches Association Dunbar Mechanical, Inc. Jane Eager* Eastman and Smith, Ltd. EBI, L. P. d/b/a BIOMET Eunice V. Elser* Dr. Mohamed and Susan El-Shafie Erie Construction Mid-West, Inc. Ernst & Young LLP & Foundation Robert R. Falter* Martha W. Farmer Jamie Farr Kroger Classic Federal Mogul Corporation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Joseph F. Fink Flower Hospital James H. Fox Trust GAC Chemical Corp. General Motors Foundation The Charlotte Geyer Foundation V/Gladieux Enterprises, Inc. GlaxoSmithKline Richard and Barbara Glowacki GM Powertrain Max P. Gottfried* Ron Greller Grogan’s Towne Chrysler Plymouth, Inc. Mr.* and Mrs. George W. Haigh Michael and Kathleen Hanley Hart Associates Nellie Harvey* Ottalie E. Hassensall* Franklyn R. Hawkins* Heidtman Steel Products, Inc. Carol A. Heintz Flora Belle Henry* Herrick Foundation Edward* and Lois Kennedy Herzog Minnie E. Heyn* Dr. and Mrs. Channing L. Hinman Dr. John and Sarah Howard Dr. and Mrs.* S. Amjad Hussain Hylant Group Impact Products

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Postal Mail: The University of Toledo Foundation, MS #319 2801 W. Bancroft St. Toledo OH 43606

Judith A. and Marvin J. Herb

Edward H.* and Suzanne* Schmidt Edward Shapiro* Lowell W.* and Muriel* Skilliter Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Toledo Edison, A First Energy Co. The Toledo Hospital UT Retirees Association The Whitaker Foundation Harry* and Carmye V.* Winkle The Wolfe Family Charitable Foundation Fritz and Mary Wolfe


$100,000 to $499,999 Level Continued

Johnson & Johnson George Jones, Jr. Nancy S. Jones Fern R. Kalmbach* Elizabeth Karns-Lennox* Reverend and Mrs. Gerald Keller Key Foundation KeyBank Mr. and Mrs. William C. Koester Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation The Kroger Co. Lamar Advertising Root Outdoor Larimer Trust A. C. Leadbetter & Son, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Richard F. Leighton Mervin N. Levey* Mr.* and Mrs.* J. Preston Levis Libbey Inc. Life Connection of Ohio Lucas County Auditor The Lyden Co. George A. Madras Marshall Field’s Patrick and Marilyn McAlear

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Richard W. and Martha H. McEwen McLane Company, Inc. Richard and Jane McQuade Medical Mutual of Ohio Louise M. Meffley* Mercy Health Partners

Metra Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Metzger Midwest Paper Specialties Co. Inc. Maryse* and Ramzy* Mikhail Teddy and Kay Miller Harriet Mills Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Minck Mr. and Mrs. Gerald B. Mitchell Sylvia N. Molter-Neill Trust Marjorie A. Morris Alfred and Adela Mundt Thomas Jr. and Ann Murray Needmor Fund Ohio Lions Eye Research Foundation The Ohio & Michigan Paper Co. OmniSource Corp. Orthokinetic Technologies LLC Owens Corning Owens Corning Foundation, Inc. Del and Anne Palmer Paramount Health Care Pepsi Americas Dr. Richard R. Perry Pfizer, Inc.

Port Lawrence Title and Trust Company James A. Poure Primavera Leona M. Probst* Richard Querl* Dr. and Mrs. Demetrios Raftopoulos Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Ransom Edith Rathbun Dr. and Mrs.* Louis C. Ravin Borge and Hennie Reimer Rite Aid Corporation Allie L. Ritter* George Ritter Riverside Hospital Leota I. Rodegeb Irrevocable Trust Romanoff Electric Corporation Mickey and Suzie Rosenberg Dr.* and Mrs.* John H. Russel Dr. Raymond and Beverly Sackler Don* and Theresa Saul Savage and Associates, Inc. Robert and Sue Savage David and Jill Scheibel Schell Foundation Charlotte R. Schmidlapp Fund Jacob Schmidlapp Trust Richard* and Angie Schreder Schwab Charitable Fund Seaway Food Town, Inc. Howard and Jean Selland Dale and Phyllis Seymour Sheller-Globe Corporation Shumaker, Loop and Kendrick Bess Joseph Sieving* Clarence, Jr.* and Margarete* Simon Charles W. and Esther Slonaker Smith & Nephew, Inc. John W. Snow Spengler Nathanson P.L.L. Doreen C. Spitzer SSOE, Inc. State Farm Companies Foundation Linda and Dan Steinberg Robert* and Noreen Stollberg Duane and Eileen Stranahan Virginia Stranahan Gladys C. Suhrweier Irrevocable Trust Marie Summers* Sun Co., Inc. John S. and Yolanda Danyi Szuch Walter E. Terhune Memorial Fund

Therma-Tru Corporation Toledo Molding & Die, Inc. Toledo Museum Of Art Toledo Trust Foundation Treu House of Munch, Inc. Trinova TrueNorth Energy, Inc. UAW-GM Center for Human Resources UT Physicians Group UT Alumni Association Frederick J. Wahl* Waite-Brand Foundation Walgreen Co. The Way International Western-Southern Enterprise Fund Whirlpool Foundation Sue and Jim White, Jr. Leslie A. and Mary E. Wiberg Annie Flora Wilson Trust Wyeth Pharmaceuticals Zimmer, Inc.

$50,000 to $99,999 Level

ACE Hardware Corporation M. Y. and Shaheda Ahmed Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. Darryl and Sharon Allen Allstate Foundation American Medical Association AP Automotive Systems, Inc. Arcadis FPS Phillip* and Barbara Ardoyno Art Iron, Inc. Automatic Handling, Inc. Bachem, Inc. Thomas A. and Karen Baither Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Baker Dr. and Mrs. Donald A. Baker Mary Jo Balch* Alan and Karen Barry Basement Experts of America LLC Marilyn and Milton Bennett A. Bentley & Sons Corp. Betco Corporation Jeanette K. Bjering* Curtis and Marilyn Black Alan D. Booth Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Bracken Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Brown Brown Motor Sales, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Buckey Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Burns Calphalon Corporation

Steven M. Cavanaugh CaVista Corp. Charter One Bank CMN Brighten a Child’s Life The Coca-Cola Foundation Collaborative, Inc. Conoco Phillips Continental Capital Management, Inc. Lawrence and Ruth Conway William Cooke Scholarship Trust Cooper & Walinski Cordis Corporation Council of OH Colleges of Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Brent L. Cousino Charles R. and Nancy C. Creech CVS Corporation Violet Davis* Willis Day Properties, Inc. Sara Jane DeHoff Mr. and Mrs. Cleves Delp A. Louis Denton The DeVilbiss Company Agnes L. Devlin Memorial Fund Disc Motion Technologies, Inc. Dr. Edward L. Doermann Harley* and Linda Dunbar DWD Technology Group LLC Gertrude S. Eaton* Eli Lilly and Company Emert Recycling Corporation William and Paula Fall Federated Department Stores, Inc. Fifth Third Bank, Foundation Division Findlay Industries Inc First American/Midland Title First Federal Savings and Loan Association Bruce and Laura Bollinger Fisher Mr.* and Mrs.* Chuck Floyd Ford Motor Company James H. Fox* Mary Lou Fox Diane French Mr. and Mrs.* Irwin Fruchtman Dr. Roland* and Yvonne Gandy GCE Market General Mills Operations, Inc. Gilmore Jasion Mahler LTD Virgil* and Beatrice Gladieux* Gottshall-Rex Foundation HCR Manor Care Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Hanson Hasbro Children’s Foundation HD Dimension Corp.

Health Care REIT, Inc. Marvel Hillebrand Hills Department Stores Hinkle Manufacturing, Inc. Kristi and Jim Hoffman Rose and Robert* Huebner Marie Hunter* Bernice F. Husted* Wilbur H. Hutchins* Mr. and Mrs. Barton Geoffrey Ice Mr.* and Mrs.* Wallace D. Iott IPC-Mail Well James A. Jackson Foundation Howard H. Jacobson* Jewish Communal Fund Phil and Terri Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Wendell A. Johnson Joyce Foundation Dr. Ruth Kelly* Kiemle Hankins Co. Alfred B. Koch* Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kropp Nancy A. and James W. Lapp Lloyd B.* and Betty* J. Lapp The Lathrop Co. Marietta G. Leverette Living Trust Mr. and Mrs. Joel A. Levine Dr. David E. Liddle Bernard J. Logan* Louisville Title Lucent Technologies Foundation The Manhattan Building Company Bill and Jane Marohn Mr.* and Mrs. Edwin E. Martin Masonry Institute of NW Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Mast Dr. Gordon M. and Mary C. Mather Gary and Beverly McBride Ronald McDonald Children’s Charities Charles L. McKelvy, Jr.* Philip and Johnna McWeeny Merck Company Foundation Merck & Co. Inc. Mercy Children’s Hospital Foundation Midland-Ross Corporation Harry* and Ruth* Mikesell Donald P. and Judy Miller Dr. Clark Millikan and Dr. Nancy Futrell Modell Foundation Morgan Stanley Mosser Construction, Inc. Multi Foods Toledo

New England Financial Group Drs. Latif and Soad Nimr Northeast Metal Traders, Inc. Northwest Ohio Chapter CFMA Notre Dame Club of Toledo Robert A. Ossege* Donald J. Peeps Trust Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity Mr. and Mrs. David J. Pienta Timothy and Susan Pontius Procter & Gamble Fund Barbara McKelvy Reed Karl P. Reiser* Research Corp. Dorothy Riess* Riverside Hospital Auxiliary Mr. Marvin and Dr. Nancy Robon Rohrbachers, Cron, Manahan, Trimble and Zimmerman Co. LPA Mr. and Mrs. Karl P. Ronn Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Rudolph Dr. Richard D. and Dr. Elizabeth S. Ruppert Edith Grant Ryan* Peter and Nanette Ryerson Raymond & Beverly Sackler Fund for the Arts & Sciences The Raymond & Beverly Sackler Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Saddemi Mr. and Mrs. Frank Salizzoni Mr. and Mrs.* Alfred H. Samborn Maria Sasse* John Savage Family Foundation, Inc. SBC Communications Inc. Sue and Jim Scheib Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schlembach Ed Schmidt Pontiac, Inc. Seymour & Associates Sheller Globe Foundation Helen Shulan Gilbert* and Janiece* Siegel Speedway SuperAmerica, LLC St. Jude Medical Foundation Standard Oil Company State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co Stateline Steel Corp. Jim Steves Mr. and Mrs. Duane Stranahan, Jr. Mary C. Stranahan Michael Stranahan Barry and Sandra Sucher

Delmar J. Sullivan* Sunoco, Inc. Rita Susor Synthes U.S.A. Teva Neuroscience, Inc. Robert S.* and Elsie* Thompson Toledo Area Medical Foundation Toledo Chapter of Girl Friends, Inc. Toledo Edison Company Toledo Orthopaedic Surgeons, Inc. Jeff and Nancy Traudt USX Foundation, Inc. - Marathon Oil UAW-Daimler Chrysler UAW-Ford National Programs United Way of Greater Toledo The University of Michigan UPS Foundation, Inc. USX Foundation, Inc. Valiton Motors, Inc. William and Jean Vaughan Vin Devers, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Wakefield Wal-Mart Foundation Mr.* and Mrs. David K. Welles, Sr. Richard M.* and Rhea S.* Weter E. B. Whiting Williams, DeClark & Tuschman CO., LPA Worthington Steel WTVG-TV Channel 13 Wyeth Pharmaceuticals Yew Tree Pharmaceuticals

$25,000 to $49,999 Level

Ival Adkins* Advanced Neurologic Associates Aetna Life & Casualty Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Alexander Alfagreen Supreme Allied Chemical Foundation Alltel Communications American Cyanamid Company William R. and Marnie Ammann Donald W. and Marilyn Anderson Kenneth Ansted Irrevocable Trust Appliance Center Archway Cookies, Inc. A.R.E.A. Title Agency, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Steven Ariss Arthur Andersen & Co. Foundation Dr. Amir and Dr. Augusta Askari

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2008 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

Industrial Power Systems, Inc. Isaac Corp. Marion J. Isaac ITW Automotive Refinishing Dr. and Mrs. Hal B. Jennings, Jr. Johnson and Associates Dr. Daniel M. and Elaine Johnson


$100,000 to $499,999 Level Continued

Johnson & Johnson George Jones, Jr. Nancy S. Jones Fern R. Kalmbach* Elizabeth Karns-Lennox* Reverend and Mrs. Gerald Keller Key Foundation KeyBank Mr. and Mrs. William C. Koester Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation The Kroger Co. Lamar Advertising Root Outdoor Larimer Trust A. C. Leadbetter & Son, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Richard F. Leighton Mervin N. Levey* Mr.* and Mrs.* J. Preston Levis Libbey Inc. Life Connection of Ohio Lucas County Auditor The Lyden Co. George A. Madras Marshall Field’s Patrick and Marilyn McAlear

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Richard W. and Martha H. McEwen McLane Company, Inc. Richard and Jane McQuade Medical Mutual of Ohio Louise M. Meffley* Mercy Health Partners

Metra Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Metzger Midwest Paper Specialties Co. Inc. Maryse* and Ramzy* Mikhail Teddy and Kay Miller Harriet Mills Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Minck Mr. and Mrs. Gerald B. Mitchell Sylvia N. Molter-Neill Trust Marjorie A. Morris Alfred and Adela Mundt Thomas Jr. and Ann Murray Needmor Fund Ohio Lions Eye Research Foundation The Ohio & Michigan Paper Co. OmniSource Corp. Orthokinetic Technologies LLC Owens Corning Owens Corning Foundation, Inc. Del and Anne Palmer Paramount Health Care Pepsi Americas Dr. Richard R. Perry Pfizer, Inc.

Port Lawrence Title and Trust Company James A. Poure Primavera Leona M. Probst* Richard Querl* Dr. and Mrs. Demetrios Raftopoulos Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Ransom Edith Rathbun Dr. and Mrs.* Louis C. Ravin Borge and Hennie Reimer Rite Aid Corporation Allie L. Ritter* George Ritter Riverside Hospital Leota I. Rodegeb Irrevocable Trust Romanoff Electric Corporation Mickey and Suzie Rosenberg Dr.* and Mrs.* John H. Russel Dr. Raymond and Beverly Sackler Don* and Theresa Saul Savage and Associates, Inc. Robert and Sue Savage David and Jill Scheibel Schell Foundation Charlotte R. Schmidlapp Fund Jacob Schmidlapp Trust Richard* and Angie Schreder Schwab Charitable Fund Seaway Food Town, Inc. Howard and Jean Selland Dale and Phyllis Seymour Sheller-Globe Corporation Shumaker, Loop and Kendrick Bess Joseph Sieving* Clarence, Jr.* and Margarete* Simon Charles W. and Esther Slonaker Smith & Nephew, Inc. John W. Snow Spengler Nathanson P.L.L. Doreen C. Spitzer SSOE, Inc. State Farm Companies Foundation Linda and Dan Steinberg Robert* and Noreen Stollberg Duane and Eileen Stranahan Virginia Stranahan Gladys C. Suhrweier Irrevocable Trust Marie Summers* Sun Co., Inc. John S. and Yolanda Danyi Szuch Walter E. Terhune Memorial Fund

Therma-Tru Corporation Toledo Molding & Die, Inc. Toledo Museum Of Art Toledo Trust Foundation Treu House of Munch, Inc. Trinova TrueNorth Energy, Inc. UAW-GM Center for Human Resources UT Physicians Group UT Alumni Association Frederick J. Wahl* Waite-Brand Foundation Walgreen Co. The Way International Western-Southern Enterprise Fund Whirlpool Foundation Sue and Jim White, Jr. Leslie A. and Mary E. Wiberg Annie Flora Wilson Trust Wyeth Pharmaceuticals Zimmer, Inc.

$50,000 to $99,999 Level

ACE Hardware Corporation M. Y. and Shaheda Ahmed Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. Darryl and Sharon Allen Allstate Foundation American Medical Association AP Automotive Systems, Inc. Arcadis FPS Phillip* and Barbara Ardoyno Art Iron, Inc. Automatic Handling, Inc. Bachem, Inc. Thomas A. and Karen Baither Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Baker Dr. and Mrs. Donald A. Baker Mary Jo Balch* Alan and Karen Barry Basement Experts of America LLC Marilyn and Milton Bennett A. Bentley & Sons Corp. Betco Corporation Jeanette K. Bjering* Curtis and Marilyn Black Alan D. Booth Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Bracken Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Brown Brown Motor Sales, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Buckey Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Burns Calphalon Corporation

Steven M. Cavanaugh CaVista Corp. Charter One Bank CMN Brighten a Child’s Life The Coca-Cola Foundation Collaborative, Inc. Conoco Phillips Continental Capital Management, Inc. Lawrence and Ruth Conway William Cooke Scholarship Trust Cooper & Walinski Cordis Corporation Council of OH Colleges of Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Brent L. Cousino Charles R. and Nancy C. Creech CVS Corporation Violet Davis* Willis Day Properties, Inc. Sara Jane DeHoff Mr. and Mrs. Cleves Delp A. Louis Denton The DeVilbiss Company Agnes L. Devlin Memorial Fund Disc Motion Technologies, Inc. Dr. Edward L. Doermann Harley* and Linda Dunbar DWD Technology Group LLC Gertrude S. Eaton* Eli Lilly and Company Emert Recycling Corporation William and Paula Fall Federated Department Stores, Inc. Fifth Third Bank, Foundation Division Findlay Industries Inc First American/Midland Title First Federal Savings and Loan Association Bruce and Laura Bollinger Fisher Mr.* and Mrs.* Chuck Floyd Ford Motor Company James H. Fox* Mary Lou Fox Diane French Mr. and Mrs.* Irwin Fruchtman Dr. Roland* and Yvonne Gandy GCE Market General Mills Operations, Inc. Gilmore Jasion Mahler LTD Virgil* and Beatrice Gladieux* Gottshall-Rex Foundation HCR Manor Care Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Hanson Hasbro Children’s Foundation HD Dimension Corp.

Health Care REIT, Inc. Marvel Hillebrand Hills Department Stores Hinkle Manufacturing, Inc. Kristi and Jim Hoffman Rose and Robert* Huebner Marie Hunter* Bernice F. Husted* Wilbur H. Hutchins* Mr. and Mrs. Barton Geoffrey Ice Mr.* and Mrs.* Wallace D. Iott IPC-Mail Well James A. Jackson Foundation Howard H. Jacobson* Jewish Communal Fund Phil and Terri Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Wendell A. Johnson Joyce Foundation Dr. Ruth Kelly* Kiemle Hankins Co. Alfred B. Koch* Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kropp Nancy A. and James W. Lapp Lloyd B.* and Betty* J. Lapp The Lathrop Co. Marietta G. Leverette Living Trust Mr. and Mrs. Joel A. Levine Dr. David E. Liddle Bernard J. Logan* Louisville Title Lucent Technologies Foundation The Manhattan Building Company Bill and Jane Marohn Mr.* and Mrs. Edwin E. Martin Masonry Institute of NW Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Mast Dr. Gordon M. and Mary C. Mather Gary and Beverly McBride Ronald McDonald Children’s Charities Charles L. McKelvy, Jr.* Philip and Johnna McWeeny Merck Company Foundation Merck & Co. Inc. Mercy Children’s Hospital Foundation Midland-Ross Corporation Harry* and Ruth* Mikesell Donald P. and Judy Miller Dr. Clark Millikan and Dr. Nancy Futrell Modell Foundation Morgan Stanley Mosser Construction, Inc. Multi Foods Toledo

New England Financial Group Drs. Latif and Soad Nimr Northeast Metal Traders, Inc. Northwest Ohio Chapter CFMA Notre Dame Club of Toledo Robert A. Ossege* Donald J. Peeps Trust Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity Mr. and Mrs. David J. Pienta Timothy and Susan Pontius Procter & Gamble Fund Barbara McKelvy Reed Karl P. Reiser* Research Corp. Dorothy Riess* Riverside Hospital Auxiliary Mr. Marvin and Dr. Nancy Robon Rohrbachers, Cron, Manahan, Trimble and Zimmerman Co. LPA Mr. and Mrs. Karl P. Ronn Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Rudolph Dr. Richard D. and Dr. Elizabeth S. Ruppert Edith Grant Ryan* Peter and Nanette Ryerson Raymond & Beverly Sackler Fund for the Arts & Sciences The Raymond & Beverly Sackler Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Saddemi Mr. and Mrs. Frank Salizzoni Mr. and Mrs.* Alfred H. Samborn Maria Sasse* John Savage Family Foundation, Inc. SBC Communications Inc. Sue and Jim Scheib Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schlembach Ed Schmidt Pontiac, Inc. Seymour & Associates Sheller Globe Foundation Helen Shulan Gilbert* and Janiece* Siegel Speedway SuperAmerica, LLC St. Jude Medical Foundation Standard Oil Company State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co Stateline Steel Corp. Jim Steves Mr. and Mrs. Duane Stranahan, Jr. Mary C. Stranahan Michael Stranahan Barry and Sandra Sucher

Delmar J. Sullivan* Sunoco, Inc. Rita Susor Synthes U.S.A. Teva Neuroscience, Inc. Robert S.* and Elsie* Thompson Toledo Area Medical Foundation Toledo Chapter of Girl Friends, Inc. Toledo Edison Company Toledo Orthopaedic Surgeons, Inc. Jeff and Nancy Traudt USX Foundation, Inc. - Marathon Oil UAW-Daimler Chrysler UAW-Ford National Programs United Way of Greater Toledo The University of Michigan UPS Foundation, Inc. USX Foundation, Inc. Valiton Motors, Inc. William and Jean Vaughan Vin Devers, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Wakefield Wal-Mart Foundation Mr.* and Mrs. David K. Welles, Sr. Richard M.* and Rhea S.* Weter E. B. Whiting Williams, DeClark & Tuschman CO., LPA Worthington Steel WTVG-TV Channel 13 Wyeth Pharmaceuticals Yew Tree Pharmaceuticals

$25,000 to $49,999 Level

Ival Adkins* Advanced Neurologic Associates Aetna Life & Casualty Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Alexander Alfagreen Supreme Allied Chemical Foundation Alltel Communications American Cyanamid Company William R. and Marnie Ammann Donald W. and Marilyn Anderson Kenneth Ansted Irrevocable Trust Appliance Center Archway Cookies, Inc. A.R.E.A. Title Agency, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Steven Ariss Arthur Andersen & Co. Foundation Dr. Amir and Dr. Augusta Askari

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2008 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

Industrial Power Systems, Inc. Isaac Corp. Marion J. Isaac ITW Automotive Refinishing Dr. and Mrs. Hal B. Jennings, Jr. Johnson and Associates Dr. Daniel M. and Elaine Johnson


Associated General Contractors Dr. Douglas V.* and Gayle Austin Josephine Kreider Z. Auten* Auto Dealers United for Kids AVCA Corp. B & B Box Co. George* and Marianne Ballas Mr. and Mrs. Mohamed Barazi William F. Bates Dr. William and Catherine Bauer Bay Area Plastic Surgery Associates, P.C. Nora and Dick Bayer Dr. Harvey* and Joyce Behner Bennett Management Corp. Mr.* and Mrs. Edwin M. Bergsmark The Birney Tennis Foundation Mr.* and Mrs. Arthur H. Black The Blade Paul and Dina Block Foundation William* and Maxine* Block Mr. and Mrs. William W. Boeschenstein William and Susan Bollin David L. and Sue Bones David and Helen Boone Foundation Bowling Green State University Foundation Helen K. Boyd* Hildreth M. Boyle* Charles and Virginia Breese Christine Brennan Daniel and Susan Brennan Elmer* and Gertrude* Brigham Brondes Ford Ruel Brown, Jr.* Buckeye TeleSystem Marilynn M. Cafruny CAI/NWO Canberra Corporation William J. and Cathy Carroll Dr. Andrew and Betty Jo Casabianca Center for Organ Recovery & Education Century Equipment, Inc. Champion Spark Plug Co. Chelsea Laboratories, Inc. Chevron Corp. Fred Christen & Sons Co. Thomas C. Clapp* Gene C. and Dr. Nancy Collins Louise Collins Columbus Mutual Life

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Commonwealth Construction Corp. Communica, Inc. The Conair Group, Inc. William M. and Carol Connelly Lawrence V. Conway Revocable Trust Bill* and Cleo Coulacos Elizabeth Beitsch Cramer Trust Buzz and Sue Crane CSX Corp. Cubbon & Associates Co., LPA Cutting Edge Converted Products, Inc. William and Lisa Davis John G. Day Delco Metals Inc. Bradley and Kathie Delp The Delp Company Delp Family Heritage Foundation Dillard’s Ben N. Dillon Disney Worldwide Services, Inc. District 26 - Order of the Eastern Star Marilyn and Robert Dittrich Mr.* and Mrs. Edwin Dodd Mr. and Mrs.* Donald D. Duhaime Stephen and Karen Dunbar Eastman Chemical Co. Eaton Corporation Michael & Erika Eberly The Economic Opportunity Planning Association of Greater Toledo Inc. Empi Engineers Foundation of Ohio Davie and Joel Epstein Wayne Escott Ruth K. Everhard* ExxonMobil Foundation Facet Solutions The William Fall Group James M. Falvey Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Fenady Fiesta Salons, Inc. Findley Davies, Inc. Fischer Tool & Die Corporation The Fisher Living Trust FitnessQuest, Inc. Dana S. Fitzsimmons Vance M. Flaggert Patrick J. Flynn Ford Motor Co. Dr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Foster Betty Fountain Trust

Fraternal Order of Eagles John D. and Patricia Frechette Mr. and Mrs. Marvin A. Friedman Dr. Anthony III and Debbie Frogameni Lynn L. Fruth Fuji Die Co., LTD. Geiger Foundation for Cancer Research GEM Industrial, Inc. General Electric Foundation Carolyn and Dr. Anthony Geraci Giant Eagle, Inc. Tom and Ellen Gibney Glasstech, Inc. GlaxoSmithKline GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Dr. Mary Louise Glen Dr. and Mrs. Vijay K. Goel Goerlich Family Foundation Amira F. Gohara, M.D. and Sabry F. Gohara, M.D. Dr. Jeffrey Gold and Dr. Robin Hayworth Brent Gottfried The Grand Chapter of Ohio Order of the Eastern Star Theodore T. and Suzanne L. Hahn Mark Victor Hansen Melvin* Sr. and Eleanor Harbaugh John A. and Lynne A. Harris Harry’s Clothing Stores, Inc. John B. Hawley Heidelberg Distributing Company H J Heinz Company Foundation Lewis R. Heldt Hess Corporation Hess Foundation, Inc. Irene Ambers Hill* The Hindu Temple of Toledo Robert L. Hinkle Charitable Lead Trust Gary and Karen Hinkson Dr. Frederick W. Hiss* Dr. David* and Julia Hoch James Hoch Robert Hoch The Standley Hoch Family William Hoch James A. Hoffman Trust Wilhelm G. Hofmann* Dr. and Mrs. Frank E. Horton Hubert A. and Gladys C. Estabrook David and Rebecca Huey Marion C. Hullenkremer*

Huntington National Bank Inspiration Software, Inc. Interstate Bakeries Corp. Isaac Industrial Properties, Inc. Islamic Center of Greater Toledo J & J Enterprises J & R Grinding Co. Jacksonville Community Foundation Frank and Lynn Jacobs Dr. Lloyd and Ola Jacobs Leslie and Stephen Jerome Job 1 USA Dennis and Sheila Johnson Dr. Larry and Sharon Johnson The Lloyd & Mabel Johnson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Johnson Dr. and Mrs. Michael G. Kadens Kahler Enterprises, Inc. KAL Holding Corp. of Nevada Kaminski, Mens, Bell & Assoc., Inc. David and Joan Katz Ruth L. Kelly Foundation The Kettering Fund Thomas P. Killam Steven A. Klar Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Kline Don Klotz, Jr. and Sonja* Klotz Olga T.* and Dr. William A.* Kneller William & Elsie Knight Foundation Dr. Michael and Eileen Koltz Mr. and Mrs. Barry F. Kroeger Kuhlman Corporation Ralph K. and Lois Kuhlman Dr. Thaddeus Kurczynski and Mrs. Margaret Gray Eugene and Violet Kwapich Ruth G. Lambert Trust Teddy Bear Mr.* and Mrs. Ronald R. Langenderfer James K. Larson Lathrop Company Mrs. Shirley A. Leckie Joseph H. and Joanne Lemieux Charlotte R. Levis Charitable Lead Trust John P. Levis Jr. Charitable Remainder Unitrust Kathie Levison W. Geoffrey Lyden III C. Alfred Maeder* Rita N. A. Mansour

Marathon Petroleum Company LLC Marco’s, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Allen Markowicz Marshall & Melhorn, LLC Masco Corporation John and Barbara Mather Dr. Nina I. McClelland Dr. Frank* and Dr. Lynne McCullough Jean McDevitt Dr. Ronald McGinnis and Dr. Marijo Tamburrino Harold and Helen McMaster Foundation Medco Health Solutions, Inc. Medical Mission Hall of Fame Meijer, Inc. Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. Metal Forming & Coining Corp. Midwest Fluid Power Company Dr. Wassef and Salma Mikhail Wayne E. and Linda Milewski Monroe College, LTD Morris Iron & Steel Co., Inc. Iron & Steel Scrap Henry L. Morse FBO Charities c/o KeyBank Motor Carrier Service MT Business Technologies, Inc. Dr. Patrick and Jacquelyn Mulrow William J. Murgas Roger and Paula Murray Lois and Robert* Musser National Academy of Sciences National Association of Chain Drug Stores Sylvia Markowicz Neil NiSource Charitable Foundation Noble & Sears, Inc. Philip and Lula Noble Bernadette and Tom Noe Charles L. and D’Aun Norman Northwest Ohio Lions Eye Bank Northwest Ohio Orthopedics/ Sports Medicine Northwest Region of Ohio Parkinson’s Foundation Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation Dr.* and Mrs. Keytack H. Oh Ohio State Bar Foundation Bryan and Christine Ohm Raymond and Linda Olczak Dr. Dan E. Olson Orbit Medical Oswald Supporting Organization

Overcashier and Horst Heating Fr. Robert M. Palmquist Roger L. and Gloria Perry Mr. and Mrs. Larry C. Peterson Pi Kappa Alpha Epsilon-Epsilon Foundation Caroline Pifer Pilkington Development Center Plante & Moran, LLP Plastic Technologies, Inc. Robert W.* and Adele Pocotte Mr. and Mrs. Lester H. Poggemeyer The Potter Corporation Jesse Probst R. W. Rhoades Inc. Rahe & Company, CPA’s Thomas N. and Gloria A. Reddington Regional Growth Partnership Judge Francis and Jane Restivo Revco, Inc. Dr. Robert and Maryann Rhoades Sondra R. Rib Riverside Health Group Roche Laboratories, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Newton C. Rochte Geneva D. Rodgers Mr. and Mrs. Milford M. Romanoff Roppe Corporation Florence Rudick* Dr. and Mrs. Lon Ruedisili Mr. and Mrs. James Ruvolo David Hamilton Ryerson Memorial Foundation SMB Construction Co., Inc. Dan and Dianne Saevig Dr. Ralph and Marcia St. John Carl* and Patricia Schafer Schering-Plough Foundation Mrs. Jean A. Schmidt Thomas and Marilyn Schuster Dr. Michael Shannon Shell Development Company Hussien Y. and Randa Shousher John Yehia Shousher SJS Investment Consulting John and Joan Skipton Mark and Robin Smigelski A. Jackson and Sally Koepp Smith William R. Smith James* and Nancy Smythe Sobb Roberts & Pribis Inc. Leonard J.* and Florence Sorosiak Elmer C. Spear Spherion Corporation

Thomas and Hilda Standley The Stansley Group Limited Dr. Edgar and Lisa Staren Dr.* and Mrs. A.H. Steinberg Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Stranahan Virginia S. Stranahan Estate The Robert J. Stransky Foundation Barry H. Sucher Trust Robert and Linda Sullivan Chester A. and Dolores Sullwold Superior Uniform Sales, Inc. Mr.* and Mrs.* William A. Sussman Bob* and Margaret G. Sutter Dr. Lance and Dee Talmage Teledyne Charitable Trust Foundation Tenneco William Sr.* and Ruth* Thomas H. L. Thompson, Jr.* Lou* and Rose Thomson E. Margaret Tidrick Tim and Lori Toland Toledo Academy of Pharmacy Toledo Assembly Plant/Chrysler Corporation Toledo Broadcasting, Inc. Toledo District Golf Association Toledo Hospital Teaching Associates, Inc. Toledo Jewish Community Foundation Toledo Lucas County Port Authority

Dr. and Mrs. Elliot Tramer Jeff Traudt State Farm Insurance Roy Treuhaft Robert and Suzanne Tyner UAW CIO International Union UT Medical Center V/ Gladieux Enterprises, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David G. Van Hooser Varsity ‘T’ Club Mindy and Dr. Paul Vesoulis Richard S. Walinski Kimberly and James Walter Watkins Bates & Carey Donald K. and Mary Ellen Wedding Lois Wellman* The Wellness Community Dave White Chevrolet Michael and Jan Wilcox David and Lynne Wolf Worthington Industries Don A. Wyper David A. Zadik, D.D.S. Howard and Martha Zaritsky Zenith Foundation, Inc. Dr. Joel and Nancy Zrull Mrs. Dorothy B. Zurheide

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2008 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

$25,000 to $49,999 Level Continued


Associated General Contractors Dr. Douglas V.* and Gayle Austin Josephine Kreider Z. Auten* Auto Dealers United for Kids AVCA Corp. B & B Box Co. George* and Marianne Ballas Mr. and Mrs. Mohamed Barazi William F. Bates Dr. William and Catherine Bauer Bay Area Plastic Surgery Associates, P.C. Nora and Dick Bayer Dr. Harvey* and Joyce Behner Bennett Management Corp. Mr.* and Mrs. Edwin M. Bergsmark The Birney Tennis Foundation Mr.* and Mrs. Arthur H. Black The Blade Paul and Dina Block Foundation William* and Maxine* Block Mr. and Mrs. William W. Boeschenstein William and Susan Bollin David L. and Sue Bones David and Helen Boone Foundation Bowling Green State University Foundation Helen K. Boyd* Hildreth M. Boyle* Charles and Virginia Breese Christine Brennan Daniel and Susan Brennan Elmer* and Gertrude* Brigham Brondes Ford Ruel Brown, Jr.* Buckeye TeleSystem Marilynn M. Cafruny CAI/NWO Canberra Corporation William J. and Cathy Carroll Dr. Andrew and Betty Jo Casabianca Center for Organ Recovery & Education Century Equipment, Inc. Champion Spark Plug Co. Chelsea Laboratories, Inc. Chevron Corp. Fred Christen & Sons Co. Thomas C. Clapp* Gene C. and Dr. Nancy Collins Louise Collins Columbus Mutual Life

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Commonwealth Construction Corp. Communica, Inc. The Conair Group, Inc. William M. and Carol Connelly Lawrence V. Conway Revocable Trust Bill* and Cleo Coulacos Elizabeth Beitsch Cramer Trust Buzz and Sue Crane CSX Corp. Cubbon & Associates Co., LPA Cutting Edge Converted Products, Inc. William and Lisa Davis John G. Day Delco Metals Inc. Bradley and Kathie Delp The Delp Company Delp Family Heritage Foundation Dillard’s Ben N. Dillon Disney Worldwide Services, Inc. District 26 - Order of the Eastern Star Marilyn and Robert Dittrich Mr.* and Mrs. Edwin Dodd Mr. and Mrs.* Donald D. Duhaime Stephen and Karen Dunbar Eastman Chemical Co. Eaton Corporation Michael & Erika Eberly The Economic Opportunity Planning Association of Greater Toledo Inc. Empi Engineers Foundation of Ohio Davie and Joel Epstein Wayne Escott Ruth K. Everhard* ExxonMobil Foundation Facet Solutions The William Fall Group James M. Falvey Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Fenady Fiesta Salons, Inc. Findley Davies, Inc. Fischer Tool & Die Corporation The Fisher Living Trust FitnessQuest, Inc. Dana S. Fitzsimmons Vance M. Flaggert Patrick J. Flynn Ford Motor Co. Dr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Foster Betty Fountain Trust

Fraternal Order of Eagles John D. and Patricia Frechette Mr. and Mrs. Marvin A. Friedman Dr. Anthony III and Debbie Frogameni Lynn L. Fruth Fuji Die Co., LTD. Geiger Foundation for Cancer Research GEM Industrial, Inc. General Electric Foundation Carolyn and Dr. Anthony Geraci Giant Eagle, Inc. Tom and Ellen Gibney Glasstech, Inc. GlaxoSmithKline GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Dr. Mary Louise Glen Dr. and Mrs. Vijay K. Goel Goerlich Family Foundation Amira F. Gohara, M.D. and Sabry F. Gohara, M.D. Dr. Jeffrey Gold and Dr. Robin Hayworth Brent Gottfried The Grand Chapter of Ohio Order of the Eastern Star Theodore T. and Suzanne L. Hahn Mark Victor Hansen Melvin* Sr. and Eleanor Harbaugh John A. and Lynne A. Harris Harry’s Clothing Stores, Inc. John B. Hawley Heidelberg Distributing Company H J Heinz Company Foundation Lewis R. Heldt Hess Corporation Hess Foundation, Inc. Irene Ambers Hill* The Hindu Temple of Toledo Robert L. Hinkle Charitable Lead Trust Gary and Karen Hinkson Dr. Frederick W. Hiss* Dr. David* and Julia Hoch James Hoch Robert Hoch The Standley Hoch Family William Hoch James A. Hoffman Trust Wilhelm G. Hofmann* Dr. and Mrs. Frank E. Horton Hubert A. and Gladys C. Estabrook David and Rebecca Huey Marion C. Hullenkremer*

Huntington National Bank Inspiration Software, Inc. Interstate Bakeries Corp. Isaac Industrial Properties, Inc. Islamic Center of Greater Toledo J & J Enterprises J & R Grinding Co. Jacksonville Community Foundation Frank and Lynn Jacobs Dr. Lloyd and Ola Jacobs Leslie and Stephen Jerome Job 1 USA Dennis and Sheila Johnson Dr. Larry and Sharon Johnson The Lloyd & Mabel Johnson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Johnson Dr. and Mrs. Michael G. Kadens Kahler Enterprises, Inc. KAL Holding Corp. of Nevada Kaminski, Mens, Bell & Assoc., Inc. David and Joan Katz Ruth L. Kelly Foundation The Kettering Fund Thomas P. Killam Steven A. Klar Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Kline Don Klotz, Jr. and Sonja* Klotz Olga T.* and Dr. William A.* Kneller William & Elsie Knight Foundation Dr. Michael and Eileen Koltz Mr. and Mrs. Barry F. Kroeger Kuhlman Corporation Ralph K. and Lois Kuhlman Dr. Thaddeus Kurczynski and Mrs. Margaret Gray Eugene and Violet Kwapich Ruth G. Lambert Trust Teddy Bear Mr.* and Mrs. Ronald R. Langenderfer James K. Larson Lathrop Company Mrs. Shirley A. Leckie Joseph H. and Joanne Lemieux Charlotte R. Levis Charitable Lead Trust John P. Levis Jr. Charitable Remainder Unitrust Kathie Levison W. Geoffrey Lyden III C. Alfred Maeder* Rita N. A. Mansour

Marathon Petroleum Company LLC Marco’s, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Allen Markowicz Marshall & Melhorn, LLC Masco Corporation John and Barbara Mather Dr. Nina I. McClelland Dr. Frank* and Dr. Lynne McCullough Jean McDevitt Dr. Ronald McGinnis and Dr. Marijo Tamburrino Harold and Helen McMaster Foundation Medco Health Solutions, Inc. Medical Mission Hall of Fame Meijer, Inc. Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. Metal Forming & Coining Corp. Midwest Fluid Power Company Dr. Wassef and Salma Mikhail Wayne E. and Linda Milewski Monroe College, LTD Morris Iron & Steel Co., Inc. Iron & Steel Scrap Henry L. Morse FBO Charities c/o KeyBank Motor Carrier Service MT Business Technologies, Inc. Dr. Patrick and Jacquelyn Mulrow William J. Murgas Roger and Paula Murray Lois and Robert* Musser National Academy of Sciences National Association of Chain Drug Stores Sylvia Markowicz Neil NiSource Charitable Foundation Noble & Sears, Inc. Philip and Lula Noble Bernadette and Tom Noe Charles L. and D’Aun Norman Northwest Ohio Lions Eye Bank Northwest Ohio Orthopedics/ Sports Medicine Northwest Region of Ohio Parkinson’s Foundation Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation Dr.* and Mrs. Keytack H. Oh Ohio State Bar Foundation Bryan and Christine Ohm Raymond and Linda Olczak Dr. Dan E. Olson Orbit Medical Oswald Supporting Organization

Overcashier and Horst Heating Fr. Robert M. Palmquist Roger L. and Gloria Perry Mr. and Mrs. Larry C. Peterson Pi Kappa Alpha Epsilon-Epsilon Foundation Caroline Pifer Pilkington Development Center Plante & Moran, LLP Plastic Technologies, Inc. Robert W.* and Adele Pocotte Mr. and Mrs. Lester H. Poggemeyer The Potter Corporation Jesse Probst R. W. Rhoades Inc. Rahe & Company, CPA’s Thomas N. and Gloria A. Reddington Regional Growth Partnership Judge Francis and Jane Restivo Revco, Inc. Dr. Robert and Maryann Rhoades Sondra R. Rib Riverside Health Group Roche Laboratories, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Newton C. Rochte Geneva D. Rodgers Mr. and Mrs. Milford M. Romanoff Roppe Corporation Florence Rudick* Dr. and Mrs. Lon Ruedisili Mr. and Mrs. James Ruvolo David Hamilton Ryerson Memorial Foundation SMB Construction Co., Inc. Dan and Dianne Saevig Dr. Ralph and Marcia St. John Carl* and Patricia Schafer Schering-Plough Foundation Mrs. Jean A. Schmidt Thomas and Marilyn Schuster Dr. Michael Shannon Shell Development Company Hussien Y. and Randa Shousher John Yehia Shousher SJS Investment Consulting John and Joan Skipton Mark and Robin Smigelski A. Jackson and Sally Koepp Smith William R. Smith James* and Nancy Smythe Sobb Roberts & Pribis Inc. Leonard J.* and Florence Sorosiak Elmer C. Spear Spherion Corporation

Thomas and Hilda Standley The Stansley Group Limited Dr. Edgar and Lisa Staren Dr.* and Mrs. A.H. Steinberg Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Stranahan Virginia S. Stranahan Estate The Robert J. Stransky Foundation Barry H. Sucher Trust Robert and Linda Sullivan Chester A. and Dolores Sullwold Superior Uniform Sales, Inc. Mr.* and Mrs.* William A. Sussman Bob* and Margaret G. Sutter Dr. Lance and Dee Talmage Teledyne Charitable Trust Foundation Tenneco William Sr.* and Ruth* Thomas H. L. Thompson, Jr.* Lou* and Rose Thomson E. Margaret Tidrick Tim and Lori Toland Toledo Academy of Pharmacy Toledo Assembly Plant/Chrysler Corporation Toledo Broadcasting, Inc. Toledo District Golf Association Toledo Hospital Teaching Associates, Inc. Toledo Jewish Community Foundation Toledo Lucas County Port Authority

Dr. and Mrs. Elliot Tramer Jeff Traudt State Farm Insurance Roy Treuhaft Robert and Suzanne Tyner UAW CIO International Union UT Medical Center V/ Gladieux Enterprises, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David G. Van Hooser Varsity ‘T’ Club Mindy and Dr. Paul Vesoulis Richard S. Walinski Kimberly and James Walter Watkins Bates & Carey Donald K. and Mary Ellen Wedding Lois Wellman* The Wellness Community Dave White Chevrolet Michael and Jan Wilcox David and Lynne Wolf Worthington Industries Don A. Wyper David A. Zadik, D.D.S. Howard and Martha Zaritsky Zenith Foundation, Inc. Dr. Joel and Nancy Zrull Mrs. Dorothy B. Zurheide

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$25,000 to $49,999 Level Continued


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Mohammed Abdrabboh Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Abella The Ability Center of Greater Toledo James S. Adray, Esq. Daniel Aharoni M. Y. and Shaheda Ahmed Dr. Syeda and Dr. Mohammed Ahmed Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Alexander Dr. Thomas D.* and Marilyn* Allison Allstate Foundation Abed and Ghada Alo Alpha Zeta Omega-Roy Scott Chapter Mr.* and Mrs.* Joseph Altschuller American Legion, Inc. Toledo Post No. 335 American Society of Mechanical Engineers Arthur Andersen Andrew E. and Sarah L.* Anderson The Anderson Foundation Howard G. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Anderson Mr.* and Mrs. Thomas H. Anderson Dr. L. Thomas Andrews Jeanne R. Annen Darrick E. Antell, M.D., D.D.S., F.A.C.S. Clarence* and Celia* Applegate Arcadis FPS Phillip* and Barbara Ardoyno James* and Jean Areddy Dr. and Mrs. Sonny S. Ariss Dr. and Mrs. Steven Ariss Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Armes Paul and Molly Arndt Dr. Douglas V.* and Gayle Austin Josephine Kreider Z. Auten* Automatic Handling, Inc. AVCA Corp. James W. and Judith A. Baehren Alan* and Pauline Baer Brian G. Bagley Thomas A. and Karen Baither Manoj Bajpai David N. Baker Mary Jo Balch*

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Daniel and Susan Brennan Willard M. Bright Helen Luedtke Brooks Robert and Eileen* Brotje Mr. and Mrs. Barry L. Brown Gary L. and Patti Jo Brown Mr. and Mrs. James L. Brown Ruel Brown, Jr.* Ruth Brown Willis* and Mary Anne Brown Dr.* and Mrs. James A. Brunner Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Buckey Buckeye CableSystem, Inc. James W. and Matthew J. Buderer Dr. Richard and Maureen Buehrer Dr. and Mrs.* Robert J. Burns Frank Butler* CAI/NWO Robert and Jennifer Calamari Margaret W. Callahan* Michael E. Calli Frank J. and Jo Ann Calzonetti Mr.* and Mrs.* Lester Cannon Matt and Karen Caputo Dr.* and Mrs. William S. Carlson Anne and John Carroll William J. and Cathy Carroll Samuel G. Carson* W. H. ‘Chip’ Carstensen James D. Caruso

Peter and Margaret Casey Michael* and Louise (Laibe) Casper Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Cavalear Michael Cavalier Steven M. Cavanaugh Dr. Ayse G. and Dr. Ziya Celik Century Equipment, Inc. Edward F. Chacker Douglas K. and Junell Chapman George and Deborah Chapman Charms, Inc. Chevron Corp. Dr. Eric Christoff and Douglas Stull Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Cicak Thomas C. Clapp* Leo J. Clark Robert D. and Shirley Jean Clark Ralph Cline* Phil Closius Theresa Cluse-Tolar Patricia Coburn Kyle Alison Cubbon and Spiros P. Cocoves Steven R. Coffin Richard A. Cohen Stan Cohen Jeffrey C. Cole Collaborative, Inc.

The Hon. D. Michael Collins and Sandra Drabik Gene C. and Dr. Nancy Collins Columbia Gas of Ohio, Inc. Nicholas C. and Jeanne Gail Conrad Charles and Carol Contrada Lawrence and Ruth Conway Belinda P. Cook Cary and Mary Ann Cooper Ms. Lauri A. Cooper Cooper & Walinski Ron and Judy Cooperman Mr. and Mrs. Brent L. Cousino Buzz and Sue Crane Charles R. and Nancy C. Creech Cristoforo Colombo Lodge Timothy R. Croak Dick and Lola Crouse Dr. and Mrs. John R. Cryan Frank and Barbara Cubbon Stuart F. and Denise Navarre Cubbon CVS Corporation Dr. Joseph and Mrs. Tina Dake Dana Corporation Thomas A. Dattilo Kevin and Karen David Jane Day John G. Day Sara Jane DeHoff Susan Deis Stewart Charles Jr. and Gretchen Delbecq Bradley and Kathie Delp Mr. and Mrs. Cleves Delp William deMeza, Jr. A. Louis Denton Mr.* and Mrs. Chester Devenow James B. DeVilbiss The Honorable and Mrs. Andy Devine Ben N. Dillon Marilyn and Robert Dittrich David Dmytryka David D. Dobrzykowski Dr. Edward L. Doermann Mui-Ling Dong Justice Andrew Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Douglas Thomas S. Douglas Mr.* and Mrs. John W. Dowd Karen Driftmyer and Tim Drenth Mr. and Mrs.* Donald D. Duhaime Nick and Wendy Dukeshire Harley* and Linda Dunbar Dunbar Mechanical, Inc.

K.R. and Lakshmi Duvvuri Dr. Jon and Mrs. L. Joan Dvorak Daniel W. Dymarkowski Johnnie and Diane Early Eastman and Smith, Ltd. Dick and Jeanne Eastop Professor*and Mrs.* Edward D. Ebert Dr. Nabil and Tracy Ebraheim Beth Eisler and Ira Fisher Electronic Concepts & Engineering, Inc. Eunice V. Elser* Dr. and Mrs. El-Shafie Russell Ely and Catherine Martineau Engineers Foundation of Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Brandt England Edward J. Engle, Jr. Davie and Joel Epstein Ernst & Young LLP & Foundation Wayne Escott Dr. Donald J.and Katharine D. Ewing William and Paula Fall Dale and Sandra Fallat Robert* and Janell Maeder* Falter The Honorable Joseph J. Farnan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Fenady Hal and Susan Fetterman Fifth Third Bank Mr. and Mrs.* James R. Findlay Joseph F. Fink Greg and Raynell Fish Bruce and Laura Bollinger Fisher Dana S. Fitzsimmons Vance M. Flaggert Raymond Flores Patrick J. Flynn Jean E. Folkerth Brian and Kathy Foord Dr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Foster Emily K. Foster* James H. Fox* Mary Lou Fox Robert M., Jr. and Carol E. Fox France Stone Foundation David Francisco Robert V. and Kathryn Franklin Robert C. and Kathleen M. Frazier James Freedman Jerome* and Helen Poorbaugh Freedman Diane French

Mark and Robin Friedman Mr. and Mrs.* Irwin Fruchtman Lynn L. Fruth Max and Jeanne Funk GAC Chemical Corp. Thomas and Janice Gagnet Mrs. Yvonne Gandy GEM Industrial, Inc. General Motors Foundation Mitzi Georgie Carolyn and Dr. Anthony Geraci Terry L. Gernert Mrs. William Gernheuser Tom and Ellen Gibney Kevin and Susan Gilmore V/Gladieux Enterprises, Inc. Mr. and Mrs.* Timothy Gladieux Judge and Mrs. George M. Glasser Dr. Mary Louise Glen Richard and Barbara Glowacki Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gluck GM Powertrain Goerlich Family Foundation John and Selma Goerlich Dr. Jeffrey Gold and Dr. Robin Hayworth Col. William and Dorothy Goldberg Ann and Alan Goodridge Dr. and Mrs. Michael B. Gordon Ivan W. Gorr Dr.* and Mrs. Theodore W. Gorski Gottshall-Rex Foundation Ken Granader The Grand Chapter of Ohio Order of the Eastern Star William M. and Mary Ann Gray Alonzo and Janet Green Ron Greller Leonard O. Greninger Fred and Jill Grimm Robert J. Grogan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Guitteau Tom and Judy Gutteridge HCR Manor Care Mr. and Mrs. Gene Haberman Gordon and Dr. Rosemary Haggett Theodore T. and Suzanne L. Hahn Dr. and Mrs. George M. Haig Mr.* and Mrs. George W. Haigh Elizabeth & Russel Hallberg Foundation Michael and Kathleen Hanley Mark Victor Hansen Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Hanson

Carl and Sue Happ John A. and Lynne A. Harris John and Diane Harris III Fred O. Hartman Michael and Jane Hartman John B. Hawley Warren Heckrotte Dr. Mohamed S. Hefzy, Sr. Heidtman Steel Products, Inc. Lewis R. Heldt David W. Henry II Jon A. Herb Judith A. and Marvin J. Herb Thomas S. and Wendy Herb Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Herrick Shon and Laura Herrick Henry B. and Pamela S. Herschel Edward* and Lois Kennedy Herzog Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Heuerman Paul Hewitt and Khadija Ahmed Joseph S.* and Virginia S. Heyman Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth P. Hicks Helen Hillman Ruth Kreider Hiltner The Hindu Temple of Toledo Anne and Taber Hinkle Robert and Margaret Hinkle Christine and Alexander Hinko Dr. and Mrs. Channing L. Hinman Arnold N. Hirsch Charles and Shelley Hoben Julia S. Hoch The Standley Hoch Family Sue Ann Hochberg Barry J. Hockfield Marie R. Hodge* Kristi and Jim Hoffman Jeffrey S. Hojnicki Ida B. Holmes* Mary Ella Holst Ellen Clark Hoover Mr. and Mrs. James F. Hope Bob and Peggy Hopperton Mary Jane and Neil Horn Dr. and Mrs. Frank E. Horton Wayne and Dorothy Hoss Roger* and Shirley* Hudkins Richard and Lynne Hudson Rose and Robert* Huebner David and Rebecca Huey Marion C. Hullenkremer* Huntington Bank Dr. and Mrs.* S. Amjad Hussain Patrick and Ann Hylant

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2008 Annual Report

(minimum gift of $10,000 within ten years)

George* and Marianne Ballas Mr. and Mrs. Mohamed Barazi William and Louise Barkan Craig and Debra S. Barrow Alan and Karen Barry William T. and Mary Thayer Bascom Judge James and Julia R. Bates John C. Bates Foundation William F. Bates Jeffrey E. and Anne R. Bauer Bay Corrugated Container, Inc. Nora and Dick Bayer Robert and Jean Beauch Bud and Lana Beekman Mr. and Mrs. Smitty G. Belcher Dr. James and Dr. Barbaranne Benjamin David P. Bennett Dr. Lamar Bentley Brad A. Berelsman Philip J. Berg John A. Bergener Mr.* and Mrs. Edwin M. Bergsmark Rhoda L. and Roger M. Berkowitz Philip C. Berwick and Carol Fichtelman Ronald S. Binder Emma Leah Bippus R. Jeffrey and Kathleen Bixler Black and Veatch Mr.* and Mrs. Arthur H. Black Drs. Craig and Pamela Black Curtis and Marilyn Black Arnold* and Merle Grace Blackstone Donald and Jean Bleasdale Paul and Dina Block Foundation Dr.* and Mrs. Paul Block, Jr. William Block, Jr. William* and Maxine* Block John and Leora Bodie Mr. and Mrs. William W. Boeschenstein Dr. and Mrs. Allen R. Bohl Donald R. and Judith O. Bollenbacher Mr. and Mrs. Parviz Boodjeh Richard* and Konni Bostleman William Bostleman J. Thomas Bowen* Michael and Teresa Boyle Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Bracken Tom and Betsy Brady Alan W. Brass Christine Brennan


Presidents Club

Mohammed Abdrabboh Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Abella The Ability Center of Greater Toledo James S. Adray, Esq. Daniel Aharoni M. Y. and Shaheda Ahmed Dr. Syeda and Dr. Mohammed Ahmed Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Alexander Dr. Thomas D.* and Marilyn* Allison Allstate Foundation Abed and Ghada Alo Alpha Zeta Omega-Roy Scott Chapter Mr.* and Mrs.* Joseph Altschuller American Legion, Inc. Toledo Post No. 335 American Society of Mechanical Engineers Arthur Andersen Andrew E. and Sarah L.* Anderson The Anderson Foundation Howard G. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Anderson Mr.* and Mrs. Thomas H. Anderson Dr. L. Thomas Andrews Jeanne R. Annen Darrick E. Antell, M.D., D.D.S., F.A.C.S. Clarence* and Celia* Applegate Arcadis FPS Phillip* and Barbara Ardoyno James* and Jean Areddy Dr. and Mrs. Sonny S. Ariss Dr. and Mrs. Steven Ariss Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Armes Paul and Molly Arndt Dr. Douglas V.* and Gayle Austin Josephine Kreider Z. Auten* Automatic Handling, Inc. AVCA Corp. James W. and Judith A. Baehren Alan* and Pauline Baer Brian G. Bagley Thomas A. and Karen Baither Manoj Bajpai David N. Baker Mary Jo Balch*

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Daniel and Susan Brennan Willard M. Bright Helen Luedtke Brooks Robert and Eileen* Brotje Mr. and Mrs. Barry L. Brown Gary L. and Patti Jo Brown Mr. and Mrs. James L. Brown Ruel Brown, Jr.* Ruth Brown Willis* and Mary Anne Brown Dr.* and Mrs. James A. Brunner Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Buckey Buckeye CableSystem, Inc. James W. and Matthew J. Buderer Dr. Richard and Maureen Buehrer Dr. and Mrs.* Robert J. Burns Frank Butler* CAI/NWO Robert and Jennifer Calamari Margaret W. Callahan* Michael E. Calli Frank J. and Jo Ann Calzonetti Mr.* and Mrs.* Lester Cannon Matt and Karen Caputo Dr.* and Mrs. William S. Carlson Anne and John Carroll William J. and Cathy Carroll Samuel G. Carson* W. H. ‘Chip’ Carstensen James D. Caruso

Peter and Margaret Casey Michael* and Louise (Laibe) Casper Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Cavalear Michael Cavalier Steven M. Cavanaugh Dr. Ayse G. and Dr. Ziya Celik Century Equipment, Inc. Edward F. Chacker Douglas K. and Junell Chapman George and Deborah Chapman Charms, Inc. Chevron Corp. Dr. Eric Christoff and Douglas Stull Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Cicak Thomas C. Clapp* Leo J. Clark Robert D. and Shirley Jean Clark Ralph Cline* Phil Closius Theresa Cluse-Tolar Patricia Coburn Kyle Alison Cubbon and Spiros P. Cocoves Steven R. Coffin Richard A. Cohen Stan Cohen Jeffrey C. Cole Collaborative, Inc.

The Hon. D. Michael Collins and Sandra Drabik Gene C. and Dr. Nancy Collins Columbia Gas of Ohio, Inc. Nicholas C. and Jeanne Gail Conrad Charles and Carol Contrada Lawrence and Ruth Conway Belinda P. Cook Cary and Mary Ann Cooper Ms. Lauri A. Cooper Cooper & Walinski Ron and Judy Cooperman Mr. and Mrs. Brent L. Cousino Buzz and Sue Crane Charles R. and Nancy C. Creech Cristoforo Colombo Lodge Timothy R. Croak Dick and Lola Crouse Dr. and Mrs. John R. Cryan Frank and Barbara Cubbon Stuart F. and Denise Navarre Cubbon CVS Corporation Dr. Joseph and Mrs. Tina Dake Dana Corporation Thomas A. Dattilo Kevin and Karen David Jane Day John G. Day Sara Jane DeHoff Susan Deis Stewart Charles Jr. and Gretchen Delbecq Bradley and Kathie Delp Mr. and Mrs. Cleves Delp William deMeza, Jr. A. Louis Denton Mr.* and Mrs. Chester Devenow James B. DeVilbiss The Honorable and Mrs. Andy Devine Ben N. Dillon Marilyn and Robert Dittrich David Dmytryka David D. Dobrzykowski Dr. Edward L. Doermann Mui-Ling Dong Justice Andrew Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Douglas Thomas S. Douglas Mr.* and Mrs. John W. Dowd Karen Driftmyer and Tim Drenth Mr. and Mrs.* Donald D. Duhaime Nick and Wendy Dukeshire Harley* and Linda Dunbar Dunbar Mechanical, Inc.

K.R. and Lakshmi Duvvuri Dr. Jon and Mrs. L. Joan Dvorak Daniel W. Dymarkowski Johnnie and Diane Early Eastman and Smith, Ltd. Dick and Jeanne Eastop Professor*and Mrs.* Edward D. Ebert Dr. Nabil and Tracy Ebraheim Beth Eisler and Ira Fisher Electronic Concepts & Engineering, Inc. Eunice V. Elser* Dr. and Mrs. El-Shafie Russell Ely and Catherine Martineau Engineers Foundation of Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Brandt England Edward J. Engle, Jr. Davie and Joel Epstein Ernst & Young LLP & Foundation Wayne Escott Dr. Donald J.and Katharine D. Ewing William and Paula Fall Dale and Sandra Fallat Robert* and Janell Maeder* Falter The Honorable Joseph J. Farnan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Fenady Hal and Susan Fetterman Fifth Third Bank Mr. and Mrs.* James R. Findlay Joseph F. Fink Greg and Raynell Fish Bruce and Laura Bollinger Fisher Dana S. Fitzsimmons Vance M. Flaggert Raymond Flores Patrick J. Flynn Jean E. Folkerth Brian and Kathy Foord Dr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Foster Emily K. Foster* James H. Fox* Mary Lou Fox Robert M., Jr. and Carol E. Fox France Stone Foundation David Francisco Robert V. and Kathryn Franklin Robert C. and Kathleen M. Frazier James Freedman Jerome* and Helen Poorbaugh Freedman Diane French

Mark and Robin Friedman Mr. and Mrs.* Irwin Fruchtman Lynn L. Fruth Max and Jeanne Funk GAC Chemical Corp. Thomas and Janice Gagnet Mrs. Yvonne Gandy GEM Industrial, Inc. General Motors Foundation Mitzi Georgie Carolyn and Dr. Anthony Geraci Terry L. Gernert Mrs. William Gernheuser Tom and Ellen Gibney Kevin and Susan Gilmore V/Gladieux Enterprises, Inc. Mr. and Mrs.* Timothy Gladieux Judge and Mrs. George M. Glasser Dr. Mary Louise Glen Richard and Barbara Glowacki Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gluck GM Powertrain Goerlich Family Foundation John and Selma Goerlich Dr. Jeffrey Gold and Dr. Robin Hayworth Col. William and Dorothy Goldberg Ann and Alan Goodridge Dr. and Mrs. Michael B. Gordon Ivan W. Gorr Dr.* and Mrs. Theodore W. Gorski Gottshall-Rex Foundation Ken Granader The Grand Chapter of Ohio Order of the Eastern Star William M. and Mary Ann Gray Alonzo and Janet Green Ron Greller Leonard O. Greninger Fred and Jill Grimm Robert J. Grogan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Guitteau Tom and Judy Gutteridge HCR Manor Care Mr. and Mrs. Gene Haberman Gordon and Dr. Rosemary Haggett Theodore T. and Suzanne L. Hahn Dr. and Mrs. George M. Haig Mr.* and Mrs. George W. Haigh Elizabeth & Russel Hallberg Foundation Michael and Kathleen Hanley Mark Victor Hansen Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Hanson

Carl and Sue Happ John A. and Lynne A. Harris John and Diane Harris III Fred O. Hartman Michael and Jane Hartman John B. Hawley Warren Heckrotte Dr. Mohamed S. Hefzy, Sr. Heidtman Steel Products, Inc. Lewis R. Heldt David W. Henry II Jon A. Herb Judith A. and Marvin J. Herb Thomas S. and Wendy Herb Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Herrick Shon and Laura Herrick Henry B. and Pamela S. Herschel Edward* and Lois Kennedy Herzog Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Heuerman Paul Hewitt and Khadija Ahmed Joseph S.* and Virginia S. Heyman Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth P. Hicks Helen Hillman Ruth Kreider Hiltner The Hindu Temple of Toledo Anne and Taber Hinkle Robert and Margaret Hinkle Christine and Alexander Hinko Dr. and Mrs. Channing L. Hinman Arnold N. Hirsch Charles and Shelley Hoben Julia S. Hoch The Standley Hoch Family Sue Ann Hochberg Barry J. Hockfield Marie R. Hodge* Kristi and Jim Hoffman Jeffrey S. Hojnicki Ida B. Holmes* Mary Ella Holst Ellen Clark Hoover Mr. and Mrs. James F. Hope Bob and Peggy Hopperton Mary Jane and Neil Horn Dr. and Mrs. Frank E. Horton Wayne and Dorothy Hoss Roger* and Shirley* Hudkins Richard and Lynne Hudson Rose and Robert* Huebner David and Rebecca Huey Marion C. Hullenkremer* Huntington Bank Dr. and Mrs.* S. Amjad Hussain Patrick and Ann Hylant

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2008 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

(minimum gift of $10,000 within ten years)

George* and Marianne Ballas Mr. and Mrs. Mohamed Barazi William and Louise Barkan Craig and Debra S. Barrow Alan and Karen Barry William T. and Mary Thayer Bascom Judge James and Julia R. Bates John C. Bates Foundation William F. Bates Jeffrey E. and Anne R. Bauer Bay Corrugated Container, Inc. Nora and Dick Bayer Robert and Jean Beauch Bud and Lana Beekman Mr. and Mrs. Smitty G. Belcher Dr. James and Dr. Barbaranne Benjamin David P. Bennett Dr. Lamar Bentley Brad A. Berelsman Philip J. Berg John A. Bergener Mr.* and Mrs. Edwin M. Bergsmark Rhoda L. and Roger M. Berkowitz Philip C. Berwick and Carol Fichtelman Ronald S. Binder Emma Leah Bippus R. Jeffrey and Kathleen Bixler Black and Veatch Mr.* and Mrs. Arthur H. Black Drs. Craig and Pamela Black Curtis and Marilyn Black Arnold* and Merle Grace Blackstone Donald and Jean Bleasdale Paul and Dina Block Foundation Dr.* and Mrs. Paul Block, Jr. William Block, Jr. William* and Maxine* Block John and Leora Bodie Mr. and Mrs. William W. Boeschenstein Dr. and Mrs. Allen R. Bohl Donald R. and Judith O. Bollenbacher Mr. and Mrs. Parviz Boodjeh Richard* and Konni Bostleman William Bostleman J. Thomas Bowen* Michael and Teresa Boyle Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Bracken Tom and Betsy Brady Alan W. Brass Christine Brennan


Mr. and Mrs. Barton Geoffrey Ice Image of Northwest Ohio Chet and Jerry Chappuies Imes Impact Products Imperial Placement Service, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Ingram Interstate Bakeries Corp. Mr.* and Mrs.* Wallace D. Iott George Isaac Islamic Center of Greater Toledo Ziad Said and Linda Ismail Dr. and Mrs.* Saleh A. Jabarin Birdel F. Jackson Cindy and Dennis Jackson Tracie Jackson and Felix Readus Frank and Lynn Jacobs Dr. Lloyd and Ola Jacobs Dr. and Mrs. Julius H. Jacobson II Drs. Sushil and Vijay Jain Dr. Chidambaraswamy Jayanthi* Jim and Kris Jeffery James D. and Lynn Jensen Edmond L. Jermann Leslie and Stephen Jerome Michael F.* and Jackie L. Jilek Johns Manville Corp. Dr. Daniel M. and Elaine Johnson Dennis and Sheila Johnson Dr. J. Lee Johnson Dr. Larry and Sharon Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Johnson Phil and Terri Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Wendell A. Johnson E. Sharon Jones Jones & Henry Engineers, Ltd. Russell W. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Andy Jorgensen The nieces and nephews of Shirley Judy Dr. and Mrs. Michael G. Kadens Dr. Joan and David Kaderavek Cherrefe A. Kadri Mr. and Mrs. William A. Kamke Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Kane Vik J. Kapoor Michael R. Karabin David and Joan Katz Ron and Jackie Kaufman Reverend and Mrs. Gerald Keller Amy E. Kellogg Russell A. Kelm and Pamela S. Kallner KeyBank Dr. Amir U. Khan Huda Khattab and Mohamed Moosa Khalid A. Khattab

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Raymond H. Kiefer Catherine H. Killam Thomas P. Killam Donald H. Kincade Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. King, Jr. Edward P. Kinsey Claire and Allan Kirsner Rev. Robert B. Kirtland* Chris and Deanna Kisor Gloria Kistler Steven A. Klar James and Heide Klein Thomas A. and Karen Klein Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Kline Don Klotz, Jr. and Sonja* Klotz Olga T.* and Dr. William A.* Kneller Nancy L. Koerner Mr. and Mrs. William C. Koester Martin and Patricia Kohn Matt* and Bertha T.* Kolb Dr. Frank J. and Dr. Carol Kollarits Benjamin Koo Steven and Margery Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Barry F. Kroeger The Kroger Co. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kropp Wallace F. Krueger Dr. Roger Kruse David and Dr. Janet Krzyminski Dr. Ruthie Kucharewski Eleanor E. Kuehn John F. Kuehn Eugene and Violet Kwapich Mr.* and Mrs.* Parke B. Lamb, Jr. Eric and Janet Lambert Roland A. Lamley Mr.* and Mrs. Ronald R. Langenderfer Alan L. Lapp Nancy A. and James W. Lapp Lloyd B.* and Betty* J. Lapp Mr.* and Mrs.* Frank A. Larimer James K. Larson Dr. John Laux and Audrey R. Laux, CPA Daniel and Kristine LaValley The LaValley Foundation Richard G. LaValley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. LaValley, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Layman Steven and Molly LeBlanc Shirley A. Leckie Brenda S. Lee Bruce Lee

Dr. and Mrs. Richard F. Leighton E. J. and Betty Leizerman Michael and Julie Leizerman Jack M. and Cheri A. Lenavitt J. Thomas Lenga* Marla and Gordon Levine Mr. and Mrs. Joel A. Levine Mr.* and Mrs.* J. Preston Levis Kathie Levison Libbey Inc. Dr. David E. Liddle Mr. and Mrs. William E. Lipner Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Lippman Gary Glenn Lipscomb and Dr. Janet Hartley Thomas C. Locke* William G. Logie III Gary and Lynne Long Dr. and Mrs. Clint Longenecker Eric L. Longsdorf Clare Luddy and Brian Randolph Jeff and Carol Lydy Mr. and Mrs. Guy O. Mabry Carol Mack Dr. Gordon M. and Mary C. Mather Management Forum of NW Ohio Mandell Vasquez, Inc. Dr. Nasr Atieh and Waseela Mansour Rita N. A. Mansour Linda J. and William J. Maples Dr. Ioan and Jocely Marinescu Dr. and Mrs. Allen Markowicz Bill and Jane Marohn Mr.* and Mrs. Edwin E. Martin Isabel F. Martin Kenneth A. K. Martin Steven and Karen Martin Masonry Institute of NW Ohio John and Barbara Mather Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Maurer Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. May Linda and Tom McAfee Patrick and Marilyn McAlear Clint and Linda McBee Gary and Beverly McBride Willard and Linda McCall Ramona McCarthy Hawkins Catherine R. and Jeffrey B. McClellan Dr. Nina I. McClelland William R. McClure Tim McConaghy Judge and Mrs. C. Allen McConnell Ronald J. and Susan B. McCracken

Gary and Jan McCreery Jean McDevitt Richard W. and Martha H. McEwen Harriet McFarlane Ken and Joyce McGill Dr. Ronald McGinnis and Dr. Marijo Tamburrino Dr. William McInerney and Dr. Marcia McInerney Charles L. McKelvy, Jr.* Mr.* and Mrs. Harold McMaster Drs. William and Barbara McMillen Dr. and Mrs. Scott McNall Richard and Jane McQuade Philip and Johnna McWeeny Dr. and Mrs. David Meabon Pat* and Bob* Meeker Meijer, Inc. Donald Melhorn Jr. Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. William S. and Bridget K. Messer Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Metzger Kenneth L. Mickel Harry* and Ruth* Mikesell Maryse* and Ramzy* Mikhail Wayne E. and Linda Milewski Dr. David C. Miller Mrs. Elliott Miller Teddy and Kay Miller Ryan and Jennifer Wellman Miltner Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Minck Mr. and Mrs. Gerald B. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Mohler Dr. and Mrs. Richard G. Molyet Mary Pat and Jack Moor Mr. and Mrs. J. Richard Morgan Robert W. Morgan The Honorable Virginia M. Morgan Daniel and Julie Morissette Mary and Rick Morrison Mosser Construction, Inc. Naser and Deborah M. Mostaghel Dr. O. William* and Ruth* Muckenhirn Katharine and Lester J. Mueller, Sr. C. Ray Mullins Mr.* and Mrs. Warren M. Mumma Alfred and Adela Mundt William J. Murgas David D. Murray Roger and Paula Murray Thomas Jr. and Ann Murray

Dr. Daniel S. and Stephanie A. Murtagh Lois and Robert* Musser Dale and Patricia Myers Dr. Ganapathy and Kasturi D. Naganathan Vincent M. Nathan National City Bank Northwest Region Dr. Munier Nazzal Mr. and Mrs. John B. Neff Sylvia Markowicz Neil Lynn L.* and Nancy E. Neiswander Nicholas J. Nicolaidis Matina Ballas Nimphie Drs. Latif and Soad Nimr Nippon Electric Glass Harry and Leeta Nistel Norman C. Nitschke Bernadette and Tom Noe Dennis J. Noneman NW Ohio Respiratory Care Association David Nottke Michael and Michelle O’Brien Dr.* and Mrs. Keytack H. Oh Bryan and Christine Ohm Owens-Illinois, Inc. Raymond and Linda Olczak Dr. Dan E. Olson Penny Poplin Gosetti and Ronald Opp Robert A. Ossege* Mr. and Mrs. William N. Osterman Honorable S. Dwight Osterud and Judy Reitzel Chuck Oswald* Owens Corning Foundation, Inc. Gary and Kelle Pack Marion E. Paine* Jeff and Lori Pakulski Michael Pallotti Del and Anne Palmer Peter J. Papadimos Dr. Amos C. and Elaine* Patterson Mr. and Mrs.* William H. Patterson, Jr. Peter and Earlene Pavlich Mr. and Mrs. Clarence D. Pawlicki Jay and Leslie Pearson Rudolph A. Peckinpaugh, Jr. Patricia A. Perez Terrence G. Perris

A. Rowland* and Catherine P. Perry Deborah S. Perry Dr. Richard R. Perry Roger L. and Gloria Perry Drs. Steven and Jayne Peseckis Raymond* and Helga* Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Larry C. Peterson Harriett Fox Pheatt* Pat and George Pickett Mr. and Mrs. David J. Pienta Pilkington North America, Inc. Plastic Technologies, Inc. Thomas and Carol Pletz Robert W.* and Adele Pocotte Mr. and Mrs. Lester H. Poggemeyer Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Poling Timothy and Susan Pontius Judge and Mrs. John W. Potter James A. Poure Nancy J. and Alvin J.* Preis Trust Dorothy MacKenzie Price Dr. James H. Price Katrina M. Quicker Dr. and Mrs. Demetrios Raftopoulos Paul Rahe Ronald D. Raitt Lois and Don Ramsdell Dr. Steven L. Ranck Dr. Ronald and Jane S. Randall Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Raskin Edith Rathbun Dr. James G. Ravin Dr. and Mrs.* Louis C. Ravin Douglas E. and Caroline L. Ray Thomas N. and Gloria A. Reddington Barbara McKelvy Reed Celia Regimbal Karl P. Reiser* Mr. Thomas J. and Dr. Sharon K. Repp Judge Francis and Jane Restivo H. William* and Jean Clark* Rhodes Mrs. James A. Rice Carol and Bill Richman Fred L. Rieman* Roxanne Ring-Spears Mr. and Mrs.* David M. Risley Martin Ritchie Rite Aid Corporation Riverside Hospital Auxiliary Dave and Pam Roberts

H. Buswell Roberts, Jr. Rob and Pat Robinson Mr. Marvin and Dr. Nancy Robon Dr. and Mrs. Newton C. Rochte Peter* and Jean Rogers Rob and Kris Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Milford M. Romanoff Mr. and Mrs. Karl P. Ronn Mickey and Suzie Rosenberg Jim and Virginia Rosin Sue Ott Rowlands Edward and Jytte Ruckert Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Rudolph Dr. and Mrs. Lon Ruedisili Dr. and Mrs. John H. Russel III Mr. and Mrs. James Ruvolo Peter and Nanette Ryerson Steven and Martha Ryerson Dr. Raymond and Beverly Sackler Dan and Dianne Saevig Mr. and Mrs. Frank Salizzoni Dorothy M. Saloff Georgianna S. Saloff Mr. and Mrs.* Alfred H. Samborn Dr. Herbert H. Sandberg* Mr. and Mrs. John Satkowski Don* and Theresa Saul Donald H. and Dolores M.* Saunders John Savage Family Foundation, Inc. Kelly Savage and Kim Griggs John F.* and Mary Kay Savage

Robert and Sue Savage Mr. and Mrs. H. Jerry Sawicki III Jerry and Lois Ann Sawicki Richard and June Saxe Jim and Pat Sayre Patricia Driscoll Scharf Sue and Jim Scheib David and Jill Scheibel Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schlembach Ed Schmidt Pontiac, Inc. Edward H.* and Suzanne* Schmidt Jean A. Schmidt Sharon L. Schnarre Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Schnell Richard* and Angie Schreder Michael Schroeder and Lori Stanfa-Schroeder Thomas and Marilyn Schuster Nanette Schwartz Richard A. Schwartz Patsy and Jeff Scott Robert M. Scott Sally Scott Margaret Seeman* Howard and Jean Selland Dr. Steven H. Selman Charley and Ginny Senn Dale and Phyllis Seymour Rasesh and Shilpa Shah David H. and Monika Shapiro Dr. Edward Shapiro* Robert and Heather Sheehan Susie Shew

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Mr. and Mrs. Barton Geoffrey Ice Image of Northwest Ohio Chet and Jerry Chappuies Imes Impact Products Imperial Placement Service, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Ingram Interstate Bakeries Corp. Mr.* and Mrs.* Wallace D. Iott George Isaac Islamic Center of Greater Toledo Ziad Said and Linda Ismail Dr. and Mrs.* Saleh A. Jabarin Birdel F. Jackson Cindy and Dennis Jackson Tracie Jackson and Felix Readus Frank and Lynn Jacobs Dr. Lloyd and Ola Jacobs Dr. and Mrs. Julius H. Jacobson II Drs. Sushil and Vijay Jain Dr. Chidambaraswamy Jayanthi* Jim and Kris Jeffery James D. and Lynn Jensen Edmond L. Jermann Leslie and Stephen Jerome Michael F.* and Jackie L. Jilek Johns Manville Corp. Dr. Daniel M. and Elaine Johnson Dennis and Sheila Johnson Dr. J. Lee Johnson Dr. Larry and Sharon Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Johnson Phil and Terri Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Wendell A. Johnson E. Sharon Jones Jones & Henry Engineers, Ltd. Russell W. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Andy Jorgensen The nieces and nephews of Shirley Judy Dr. and Mrs. Michael G. Kadens Dr. Joan and David Kaderavek Cherrefe A. Kadri Mr. and Mrs. William A. Kamke Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Kane Vik J. Kapoor Michael R. Karabin David and Joan Katz Ron and Jackie Kaufman Reverend and Mrs. Gerald Keller Amy E. Kellogg Russell A. Kelm and Pamela S. Kallner KeyBank Dr. Amir U. Khan Huda Khattab and Mohamed Moosa Khalid A. Khattab

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Raymond H. Kiefer Catherine H. Killam Thomas P. Killam Donald H. Kincade Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. King, Jr. Edward P. Kinsey Claire and Allan Kirsner Rev. Robert B. Kirtland* Chris and Deanna Kisor Gloria Kistler Steven A. Klar James and Heide Klein Thomas A. and Karen Klein Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Kline Don Klotz, Jr. and Sonja* Klotz Olga T.* and Dr. William A.* Kneller Nancy L. Koerner Mr. and Mrs. William C. Koester Martin and Patricia Kohn Matt* and Bertha T.* Kolb Dr. Frank J. and Dr. Carol Kollarits Benjamin Koo Steven and Margery Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Barry F. Kroeger The Kroger Co. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kropp Wallace F. Krueger Dr. Roger Kruse David and Dr. Janet Krzyminski Dr. Ruthie Kucharewski Eleanor E. Kuehn John F. Kuehn Eugene and Violet Kwapich Mr.* and Mrs.* Parke B. Lamb, Jr. Eric and Janet Lambert Roland A. Lamley Mr.* and Mrs. Ronald R. Langenderfer Alan L. Lapp Nancy A. and James W. Lapp Lloyd B.* and Betty* J. Lapp Mr.* and Mrs.* Frank A. Larimer James K. Larson Dr. John Laux and Audrey R. Laux, CPA Daniel and Kristine LaValley The LaValley Foundation Richard G. LaValley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. LaValley, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Layman Steven and Molly LeBlanc Shirley A. Leckie Brenda S. Lee Bruce Lee

Dr. and Mrs. Richard F. Leighton E. J. and Betty Leizerman Michael and Julie Leizerman Jack M. and Cheri A. Lenavitt J. Thomas Lenga* Marla and Gordon Levine Mr. and Mrs. Joel A. Levine Mr.* and Mrs.* J. Preston Levis Kathie Levison Libbey Inc. Dr. David E. Liddle Mr. and Mrs. William E. Lipner Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Lippman Gary Glenn Lipscomb and Dr. Janet Hartley Thomas C. Locke* William G. Logie III Gary and Lynne Long Dr. and Mrs. Clint Longenecker Eric L. Longsdorf Clare Luddy and Brian Randolph Jeff and Carol Lydy Mr. and Mrs. Guy O. Mabry Carol Mack Dr. Gordon M. and Mary C. Mather Management Forum of NW Ohio Mandell Vasquez, Inc. Dr. Nasr Atieh and Waseela Mansour Rita N. A. Mansour Linda J. and William J. Maples Dr. Ioan and Jocely Marinescu Dr. and Mrs. Allen Markowicz Bill and Jane Marohn Mr.* and Mrs. Edwin E. Martin Isabel F. Martin Kenneth A. K. Martin Steven and Karen Martin Masonry Institute of NW Ohio John and Barbara Mather Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Maurer Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. May Linda and Tom McAfee Patrick and Marilyn McAlear Clint and Linda McBee Gary and Beverly McBride Willard and Linda McCall Ramona McCarthy Hawkins Catherine R. and Jeffrey B. McClellan Dr. Nina I. McClelland William R. McClure Tim McConaghy Judge and Mrs. C. Allen McConnell Ronald J. and Susan B. McCracken

Gary and Jan McCreery Jean McDevitt Richard W. and Martha H. McEwen Harriet McFarlane Ken and Joyce McGill Dr. Ronald McGinnis and Dr. Marijo Tamburrino Dr. William McInerney and Dr. Marcia McInerney Charles L. McKelvy, Jr.* Mr.* and Mrs. Harold McMaster Drs. William and Barbara McMillen Dr. and Mrs. Scott McNall Richard and Jane McQuade Philip and Johnna McWeeny Dr. and Mrs. David Meabon Pat* and Bob* Meeker Meijer, Inc. Donald Melhorn Jr. Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. William S. and Bridget K. Messer Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Metzger Kenneth L. Mickel Harry* and Ruth* Mikesell Maryse* and Ramzy* Mikhail Wayne E. and Linda Milewski Dr. David C. Miller Mrs. Elliott Miller Teddy and Kay Miller Ryan and Jennifer Wellman Miltner Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Minck Mr. and Mrs. Gerald B. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Mohler Dr. and Mrs. Richard G. Molyet Mary Pat and Jack Moor Mr. and Mrs. J. Richard Morgan Robert W. Morgan The Honorable Virginia M. Morgan Daniel and Julie Morissette Mary and Rick Morrison Mosser Construction, Inc. Naser and Deborah M. Mostaghel Dr. O. William* and Ruth* Muckenhirn Katharine and Lester J. Mueller, Sr. C. Ray Mullins Mr.* and Mrs. Warren M. Mumma Alfred and Adela Mundt William J. Murgas David D. Murray Roger and Paula Murray Thomas Jr. and Ann Murray

Dr. Daniel S. and Stephanie A. Murtagh Lois and Robert* Musser Dale and Patricia Myers Dr. Ganapathy and Kasturi D. Naganathan Vincent M. Nathan National City Bank Northwest Region Dr. Munier Nazzal Mr. and Mrs. John B. Neff Sylvia Markowicz Neil Lynn L.* and Nancy E. Neiswander Nicholas J. Nicolaidis Matina Ballas Nimphie Drs. Latif and Soad Nimr Nippon Electric Glass Harry and Leeta Nistel Norman C. Nitschke Bernadette and Tom Noe Dennis J. Noneman NW Ohio Respiratory Care Association David Nottke Michael and Michelle O’Brien Dr.* and Mrs. Keytack H. Oh Bryan and Christine Ohm Owens-Illinois, Inc. Raymond and Linda Olczak Dr. Dan E. Olson Penny Poplin Gosetti and Ronald Opp Robert A. Ossege* Mr. and Mrs. William N. Osterman Honorable S. Dwight Osterud and Judy Reitzel Chuck Oswald* Owens Corning Foundation, Inc. Gary and Kelle Pack Marion E. Paine* Jeff and Lori Pakulski Michael Pallotti Del and Anne Palmer Peter J. Papadimos Dr. Amos C. and Elaine* Patterson Mr. and Mrs.* William H. Patterson, Jr. Peter and Earlene Pavlich Mr. and Mrs. Clarence D. Pawlicki Jay and Leslie Pearson Rudolph A. Peckinpaugh, Jr. Patricia A. Perez Terrence G. Perris

A. Rowland* and Catherine P. Perry Deborah S. Perry Dr. Richard R. Perry Roger L. and Gloria Perry Drs. Steven and Jayne Peseckis Raymond* and Helga* Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Larry C. Peterson Harriett Fox Pheatt* Pat and George Pickett Mr. and Mrs. David J. Pienta Pilkington North America, Inc. Plastic Technologies, Inc. Thomas and Carol Pletz Robert W.* and Adele Pocotte Mr. and Mrs. Lester H. Poggemeyer Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Poling Timothy and Susan Pontius Judge and Mrs. John W. Potter James A. Poure Nancy J. and Alvin J.* Preis Trust Dorothy MacKenzie Price Dr. James H. Price Katrina M. Quicker Dr. and Mrs. Demetrios Raftopoulos Paul Rahe Ronald D. Raitt Lois and Don Ramsdell Dr. Steven L. Ranck Dr. Ronald and Jane S. Randall Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Raskin Edith Rathbun Dr. James G. Ravin Dr. and Mrs.* Louis C. Ravin Douglas E. and Caroline L. Ray Thomas N. and Gloria A. Reddington Barbara McKelvy Reed Celia Regimbal Karl P. Reiser* Mr. Thomas J. and Dr. Sharon K. Repp Judge Francis and Jane Restivo H. William* and Jean Clark* Rhodes Mrs. James A. Rice Carol and Bill Richman Fred L. Rieman* Roxanne Ring-Spears Mr. and Mrs.* David M. Risley Martin Ritchie Rite Aid Corporation Riverside Hospital Auxiliary Dave and Pam Roberts

H. Buswell Roberts, Jr. Rob and Pat Robinson Mr. Marvin and Dr. Nancy Robon Dr. and Mrs. Newton C. Rochte Peter* and Jean Rogers Rob and Kris Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Milford M. Romanoff Mr. and Mrs. Karl P. Ronn Mickey and Suzie Rosenberg Jim and Virginia Rosin Sue Ott Rowlands Edward and Jytte Ruckert Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Rudolph Dr. and Mrs. Lon Ruedisili Dr. and Mrs. John H. Russel III Mr. and Mrs. James Ruvolo Peter and Nanette Ryerson Steven and Martha Ryerson Dr. Raymond and Beverly Sackler Dan and Dianne Saevig Mr. and Mrs. Frank Salizzoni Dorothy M. Saloff Georgianna S. Saloff Mr. and Mrs.* Alfred H. Samborn Dr. Herbert H. Sandberg* Mr. and Mrs. John Satkowski Don* and Theresa Saul Donald H. and Dolores M.* Saunders John Savage Family Foundation, Inc. Kelly Savage and Kim Griggs John F.* and Mary Kay Savage

Robert and Sue Savage Mr. and Mrs. H. Jerry Sawicki III Jerry and Lois Ann Sawicki Richard and June Saxe Jim and Pat Sayre Patricia Driscoll Scharf Sue and Jim Scheib David and Jill Scheibel Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schlembach Ed Schmidt Pontiac, Inc. Edward H.* and Suzanne* Schmidt Jean A. Schmidt Sharon L. Schnarre Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Schnell Richard* and Angie Schreder Michael Schroeder and Lori Stanfa-Schroeder Thomas and Marilyn Schuster Nanette Schwartz Richard A. Schwartz Patsy and Jeff Scott Robert M. Scott Sally Scott Margaret Seeman* Howard and Jean Selland Dr. Steven H. Selman Charley and Ginny Senn Dale and Phyllis Seymour Rasesh and Shilpa Shah David H. and Monika Shapiro Dr. Edward Shapiro* Robert and Heather Sheehan Susie Shew

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John Yehia Shousher Shumaker, Loop and Kendrick Gilbert* and Janiece* Siegel Craig Sigworth James P. and Kathryn A. Silk Clarence, Jr.* and Margarete* Simon Mr. and Mrs. Jamille D. Simon Jerry Simonelli Jack and Carol Sizemore Frank and Alice Skeens Lowell W.* and Muriel* Skilliter Charles W. and Esther Slonaker Mark and Robin Smigelski A. Jackson and Sally Koepp Smith Allen A. Smith Co. Gary and Linda Smith Michael S. Smith John W. Snow Raymond P.* Snow Jr. and Jean* Snow Sandy Snyder Sue and Vern Snyder Abdul Raouf Solaiman, M.D. Leonard J.* and Florence Sorosiak Nancy deCoppet Spagnola

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Elmer C. Spear Scott E. Spencer Mr. James B. Spengler Spengler Nathanson P.L.L. Mr. and Mrs.* William E. Spengler Bill and Chris Spengler Sharon and Bennett Speyer Michael J. and Jennifer H. Spiros

Laura and Steve Spitler Richard L. and Gail W. Springer SSOE, Inc. Thomas and Hilda Standley Denise Stanfa Sherry Stanfa-Stanley George B. Stanley III Louis* and Barbara W. States Dr.* and Mrs. A.H. Steinberg Linda and Dan Steinberg Harold and Doris Steinberg Richard L. Steinberg Dr. and Mrs. R. Jeffery Stephens Jim Steves Ella Stewart John P. Stockwell John W.* and Kathie* Stoepler Robert* and Noreen Stollberg Michael J. Stoyanovich Mr. and Mrs. Duane Stranahan, Jr. Stranahan Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Stranahan Virginia Stranahan John C. Straub and Dr. Harriet F. Adams John and Pamela Straub

Barry and Sandra Sucher Charles A. and Jackie Sullivan Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Sullivan Robert and Linda Sullivan Chester A. and Dolores Sullwold Marie Summers* Dr. Eric and Olivia Summons Frank L. and Kathy Sundstrom Rita Susor Mr.* and Mrs.* William A. Sussman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Sussman Bob* and Margaret G. Sutter William F. and Dyreese A. Sweeney Jim and Karen Swinehart Tom and Jane Switzer Bill and Natalie Swonger John S. and Yolanda Danyi Szuch Dr. Lance and Dee Talmage Dr. Louis and Barbara Tartaglia Edwin M. Tasker Tasker Family Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Tatchell Robert and Sabrina Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Taylor Susan K. Telljohann Charles Terbille Dr. Constantine E. Theodosiou Ann M. Thieman James E. Thomas Ruth R. Thomas* H. L. Thompson, Jr.* Lou* and Rose Thomson James R. Thornbury* Ron and Mary Tice Professor James E. Tierney Mr. and Mrs. James L. Tippin Michael and Patricia Todak Tim and Lori Toland Toledo Academy of Pharmacy Toledo Bar Association Toledo District Golf Association Toledo Gem & Rockhound Club Toledo Lions Club Toledo Molding & Die, Inc. Toledo Orthopaedic Surgeons, Inc. Toledo Rockets Fuel LLC Charles Jr. and Dean Margaret Traband Dr. and Mrs. Elliot Tramer Jeff and Nancy Traudt Fred and Julie Treuhaft James M. Tuschman Robert and Suzanne Tyner Eric Umbles

United Auto Workers, AFL-CIO UT Physicians, LLC Dr. and Mrs. John W. Valade Nelva E. Van Dusen William and Jean Vaughan Tom and Nancy Verner Theodore* and Marie Vogt Dr. Mark and Gayle Vonderembse Dr. Sandra Vonderembse Alan and Bella Wagner John and Beth Wagoner Frederick J. Wahl* Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Wakefield Richard S. Walinski Keith and Katy Walker Ricky T. and Dr. Judith J. Walker Scott and Denise Walsh Dr. Suzanne and Mr. Robert Wambold John and Annette Wanick George C. Ward Don and Connie Warner Bert and Audrey Warrick Karen Brenner Wasil David and Heidi Waterman Dr. and Mrs.* Ernest W. Weaver, Jr. Charles R. Webb Willard Webb III* and Janet Webb Thomas and Donna Weglewski Mr.* and Mrs. Roger R. Weiher Gerald and Lucia Welch David K. Welles, Jr. Mr.* and Mrs. David K. Welles, Sr. Lynnette J. Werning Anne C. Whinery* Sue and Jim White, Jr. Kenneth I. White, Sr. and Linda L. White Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. White Dr. and Mrs. Phillip R. White E. B. Whiting Leslie A. and Mary E. Wiberg Mr. and Mrs. David W. Wicklund Dr. Judith Wilkinson Williams, DeClark & Tuschman CO., LPA Frederick E. and Vicki Ramsey Williams Martin W. and Mary Helen Williams Mr.* and Mrs. Wilfred Williams Edward M. and Carla S. Willis David Wilson and Elisabeth Murray* Dean and Mary Beth Wilson

Harry* and Carmye V.* Winkle Patricia A. Wise and David R. Francisco Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Wisniewski Joseph L. Wittenberg Fritz and Mary Wolfe Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Wood, Jr. Worthington Steel Wyeth Pharmaceuticals Don A. Wyper Mr. and Mrs. Kent Wyse James and Barbara Yavorcik David A. Zadik, D.D.S. Francis A. Zatko Gerald O. and Norma Zedlitz Gerald B. and Mary K. Zelenock James and Catherine Zellner Judge Norman and Connie Zemmelman Mr. and Mrs. David W. Zoll Mrs. Dorothy B. Zurheide

Planned Giving Donors James S. Adray, Esq. Ruth R. Alteneder, Ph.D., R.N. Duane and Nancy Ankney Jeanne R. Annen Josephine Kreider Z. Auten* Bernard II* and Elinor Baker George* and Marianne Ballas Robert J.* and Wrey Warner* Barber Robert and Jean Beauch Larry E. Beebe Bud and Lana Beekman Ruth Wentisch Beglin David P. Bennett Dr. Alvin and Eve Berland Dr. Charles and Kelly Bernstein Ronald S. Binder Helen N. Black Dr. A. James and Mary Blanchard Donald R. and Judith O. Bollenbacher Dr. Suzann Bonzo Dr. Marilyn Borst Helen Boyd Michael and Teresa Boyle Drs. Daniel and Gayle Brazeau Dr. Christopher Bretz and Jacqueline Anderson Willard M. Bright Helen Luedtke Brooks

Mr. and Mrs. Barry L. Brown Gary L. and Patti Jo Brown Helen Brown Joan Uhl Browne Dr.* and Mrs. James A. Brunner Ashel and Dorothy* Bryan Raymond L. and Betty A. Burgess Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Burns Dr. and Mrs.* Robert J. Burns Dr.* and Mrs. William S. Carlson Samuel G. Carson* Dr. Andrew and Betty Jo Casabianca Louise Collins William M. and Carol Connelly Mr. and Mrs. Brent L. Cousino Dr. Gary Craine and Michael Seaburgh Buzz and Sue Crane Dr. E. Ford Crider Patricia Cross Frank and Barbara Cubbon Stephen Koder and Denise Dartt Dr. William and Pamela Davis Gary S. Dewey Dr. Edward L. Doermann Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Douglas Daniel R. Droz* Dr. Jon and Mrs. L. Joan Dvorak Ellery Eaton Eunice V. Elser* Robert and Paula Enos Robert* and Janell Maeder* Falter James M. Falvey John and Mary Fedderke Mr. and Mrs.* James R. Findlay Joseph F. Fink Richard A. and Mary F. Flasck Dr. Mary Ann Fontanarosa Brian and Kathy Foord James H. Fox* Robert M., Jr. and Carol E. Fox Richard W. and Rose M. Frick Benjamin Garman Jeni Gerber Kevin and Susan Gilmore Col. William and Dorothy Goldberg Richard P.* and Barbara A.* Gordon Ivan W. Gorr William and Cheri Gosline Pauline L. Goutras* Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Guitteau Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Hanson Arthur J.* and Helen M.* Hatch David and Dawn Hauter

Gerald V. and Loujean M. Hazel Larry and Stephanie Heitmeyer Lewis R. Heldt Dr. James Hennessy Shon and Laura Herrick Connie Higgins Ruth Hillebrand Marvin K. Himmelein Wilhelm Hofmann William and Elizabeth Horst Dr. and Mrs. Frank E. Horton Rose and Robert* Huebner Dr. Bernard Huffman, Jr.* Roy* and Gail* Hummel Wilbur H. Hutchins* Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Ingram George Isaac Marion J. Isaac Frank and Lynn Jacobs Dr. and Mrs. Julius H. Jacobson II Dr. and Mrs. Hal B. Jennings, Jr. Edmond L. Jermann Justice Jr. and Sheila Johnson Dr. Larry and Sharon Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Wendell A. Johnson Albert Joseph* Severn and Catharine Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Jon K. Kerl Dr. Robert Kiess Nancy L. Koerner Robert E. Kowalski Steven and Margery Kramer Laurel Krone Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kropp Howard Krueger Jr. Dr. Allen Jr. and Diane Kuhn Howard H. Kummero* Dr. Jeffrey R. Kuhn and Dr. Audrey L. Kunin Mr.* and Mrs.* Parke B. Lamb, Jr. Ruth G.* and Roy H.* Lambert Mr.* and Mrs. Ronald R. Langenderfer Nancy A. and James W. Lapp Lloyd B.* and Betty* J. Lapp Mr.* and Mrs.* Frank A. Larimer James K. Larson Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Layman Mefty F. Lechman Dr. John Lehner Dr. and Mrs. Richard F. Leighton Mervin Levey Mr. and Mrs. William E. Lipner William G. Logie III James C. and Janice Lower Suzanne Hagelberg and Joseph Ludwig

Dr. Maurice and Carmel Manning Bill and Jane Marohn Dale R. Marsh Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. May Dr. Frank* and Dr. Lynne McCullough Richard W. and Martha H. McEwen Mr.* and Mrs. Harold McMaster Drs. William and Barbara McMillen Dr. Mary McNamara Dr. Michael, Jr. and Carol McNamara Pat* and Bob* Meeker Earl Meyer, Jr. Milford H. Meyers Gary and Linda Miller Michael G. Miller Teddy and Kay Miller Danuta Misch* Nancy Moody Russo and Ralph Russo Thomas R. Moor Henry L. Morse Dr. J. Robert, Sr.* and Jacqulyn Navarre Ms. Linda S. Nealon Bonnie Nelson Jessie Niedermeyer Norman C. Nitschke Philip and Lula Noble Kevin and Brigid O’Neal Robert A. Ossege* William Outland* and Jacqueline Sauve-Outland Henry Jr. and Kate Page Del and Anne Palmer Dr. E. Byrum Patrick II Dr. and Mrs. Amos Patterson Charles W. Pautz* Harriett Fox Pheatt* Michael and Laura Pietras Ray D. Pollard Dorothy MacKenzie Price Dr. and Mrs. Demetrios Raftopoulos Lois and Don Ramsdell Edith Rathbun Dr. and Mrs.* Louis C. Ravin Judy Reamy Thomas N. and Gloria A. Reddington Karl P. Reiser* Kathleen A. Rex* H. William* and Jean Clark* Rhodes

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John Yehia Shousher Shumaker, Loop and Kendrick Gilbert* and Janiece* Siegel Craig Sigworth James P. and Kathryn A. Silk Clarence, Jr.* and Margarete* Simon Mr. and Mrs. Jamille D. Simon Jerry Simonelli Jack and Carol Sizemore Frank and Alice Skeens Lowell W.* and Muriel* Skilliter Charles W. and Esther Slonaker Mark and Robin Smigelski A. Jackson and Sally Koepp Smith Allen A. Smith Co. Gary and Linda Smith Michael S. Smith John W. Snow Raymond P.* Snow Jr. and Jean* Snow Sandy Snyder Sue and Vern Snyder Abdul Raouf Solaiman, M.D. Leonard J.* and Florence Sorosiak Nancy deCoppet Spagnola

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Elmer C. Spear Scott E. Spencer Mr. James B. Spengler Spengler Nathanson P.L.L. Mr. and Mrs.* William E. Spengler Bill and Chris Spengler Sharon and Bennett Speyer Michael J. and Jennifer H. Spiros

Laura and Steve Spitler Richard L. and Gail W. Springer SSOE, Inc. Thomas and Hilda Standley Denise Stanfa Sherry Stanfa-Stanley George B. Stanley III Louis* and Barbara W. States Dr.* and Mrs. A.H. Steinberg Linda and Dan Steinberg Harold and Doris Steinberg Richard L. Steinberg Dr. and Mrs. R. Jeffery Stephens Jim Steves Ella Stewart John P. Stockwell John W.* and Kathie* Stoepler Robert* and Noreen Stollberg Michael J. Stoyanovich Mr. and Mrs. Duane Stranahan, Jr. Stranahan Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Stranahan Virginia Stranahan John C. Straub and Dr. Harriet F. Adams John and Pamela Straub

Barry and Sandra Sucher Charles A. and Jackie Sullivan Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Sullivan Robert and Linda Sullivan Chester A. and Dolores Sullwold Marie Summers* Dr. Eric and Olivia Summons Frank L. and Kathy Sundstrom Rita Susor Mr.* and Mrs.* William A. Sussman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Sussman Bob* and Margaret G. Sutter William F. and Dyreese A. Sweeney Jim and Karen Swinehart Tom and Jane Switzer Bill and Natalie Swonger John S. and Yolanda Danyi Szuch Dr. Lance and Dee Talmage Dr. Louis and Barbara Tartaglia Edwin M. Tasker Tasker Family Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Tatchell Robert and Sabrina Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Taylor Susan K. Telljohann Charles Terbille Dr. Constantine E. Theodosiou Ann M. Thieman James E. Thomas Ruth R. Thomas* H. L. Thompson, Jr.* Lou* and Rose Thomson James R. Thornbury* Ron and Mary Tice Professor James E. Tierney Mr. and Mrs. James L. Tippin Michael and Patricia Todak Tim and Lori Toland Toledo Academy of Pharmacy Toledo Bar Association Toledo District Golf Association Toledo Gem & Rockhound Club Toledo Lions Club Toledo Molding & Die, Inc. Toledo Orthopaedic Surgeons, Inc. Toledo Rockets Fuel LLC Charles Jr. and Dean Margaret Traband Dr. and Mrs. Elliot Tramer Jeff and Nancy Traudt Fred and Julie Treuhaft James M. Tuschman Robert and Suzanne Tyner Eric Umbles

United Auto Workers, AFL-CIO UT Physicians, LLC Dr. and Mrs. John W. Valade Nelva E. Van Dusen William and Jean Vaughan Tom and Nancy Verner Theodore* and Marie Vogt Dr. Mark and Gayle Vonderembse Dr. Sandra Vonderembse Alan and Bella Wagner John and Beth Wagoner Frederick J. Wahl* Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Wakefield Richard S. Walinski Keith and Katy Walker Ricky T. and Dr. Judith J. Walker Scott and Denise Walsh Dr. Suzanne and Mr. Robert Wambold John and Annette Wanick George C. Ward Don and Connie Warner Bert and Audrey Warrick Karen Brenner Wasil David and Heidi Waterman Dr. and Mrs.* Ernest W. Weaver, Jr. Charles R. Webb Willard Webb III* and Janet Webb Thomas and Donna Weglewski Mr.* and Mrs. Roger R. Weiher Gerald and Lucia Welch David K. Welles, Jr. Mr.* and Mrs. David K. Welles, Sr. Lynnette J. Werning Anne C. Whinery* Sue and Jim White, Jr. Kenneth I. White, Sr. and Linda L. White Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. White Dr. and Mrs. Phillip R. White E. B. Whiting Leslie A. and Mary E. Wiberg Mr. and Mrs. David W. Wicklund Dr. Judith Wilkinson Williams, DeClark & Tuschman CO., LPA Frederick E. and Vicki Ramsey Williams Martin W. and Mary Helen Williams Mr.* and Mrs. Wilfred Williams Edward M. and Carla S. Willis David Wilson and Elisabeth Murray* Dean and Mary Beth Wilson

Harry* and Carmye V.* Winkle Patricia A. Wise and David R. Francisco Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Wisniewski Joseph L. Wittenberg Fritz and Mary Wolfe Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Wood, Jr. Worthington Steel Wyeth Pharmaceuticals Don A. Wyper Mr. and Mrs. Kent Wyse James and Barbara Yavorcik David A. Zadik, D.D.S. Francis A. Zatko Gerald O. and Norma Zedlitz Gerald B. and Mary K. Zelenock James and Catherine Zellner Judge Norman and Connie Zemmelman Mr. and Mrs. David W. Zoll Mrs. Dorothy B. Zurheide

Planned Giving Donors James S. Adray, Esq. Ruth R. Alteneder, Ph.D., R.N. Duane and Nancy Ankney Jeanne R. Annen Josephine Kreider Z. Auten* Bernard II* and Elinor Baker George* and Marianne Ballas Robert J.* and Wrey Warner* Barber Robert and Jean Beauch Larry E. Beebe Bud and Lana Beekman Ruth Wentisch Beglin David P. Bennett Dr. Alvin and Eve Berland Dr. Charles and Kelly Bernstein Ronald S. Binder Helen N. Black Dr. A. James and Mary Blanchard Donald R. and Judith O. Bollenbacher Dr. Suzann Bonzo Dr. Marilyn Borst Helen Boyd Michael and Teresa Boyle Drs. Daniel and Gayle Brazeau Dr. Christopher Bretz and Jacqueline Anderson Willard M. Bright Helen Luedtke Brooks

Mr. and Mrs. Barry L. Brown Gary L. and Patti Jo Brown Helen Brown Joan Uhl Browne Dr.* and Mrs. James A. Brunner Ashel and Dorothy* Bryan Raymond L. and Betty A. Burgess Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Burns Dr. and Mrs.* Robert J. Burns Dr.* and Mrs. William S. Carlson Samuel G. Carson* Dr. Andrew and Betty Jo Casabianca Louise Collins William M. and Carol Connelly Mr. and Mrs. Brent L. Cousino Dr. Gary Craine and Michael Seaburgh Buzz and Sue Crane Dr. E. Ford Crider Patricia Cross Frank and Barbara Cubbon Stephen Koder and Denise Dartt Dr. William and Pamela Davis Gary S. Dewey Dr. Edward L. Doermann Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Douglas Daniel R. Droz* Dr. Jon and Mrs. L. Joan Dvorak Ellery Eaton Eunice V. Elser* Robert and Paula Enos Robert* and Janell Maeder* Falter James M. Falvey John and Mary Fedderke Mr. and Mrs.* James R. Findlay Joseph F. Fink Richard A. and Mary F. Flasck Dr. Mary Ann Fontanarosa Brian and Kathy Foord James H. Fox* Robert M., Jr. and Carol E. Fox Richard W. and Rose M. Frick Benjamin Garman Jeni Gerber Kevin and Susan Gilmore Col. William and Dorothy Goldberg Richard P.* and Barbara A.* Gordon Ivan W. Gorr William and Cheri Gosline Pauline L. Goutras* Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Guitteau Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Hanson Arthur J.* and Helen M.* Hatch David and Dawn Hauter

Gerald V. and Loujean M. Hazel Larry and Stephanie Heitmeyer Lewis R. Heldt Dr. James Hennessy Shon and Laura Herrick Connie Higgins Ruth Hillebrand Marvin K. Himmelein Wilhelm Hofmann William and Elizabeth Horst Dr. and Mrs. Frank E. Horton Rose and Robert* Huebner Dr. Bernard Huffman, Jr.* Roy* and Gail* Hummel Wilbur H. Hutchins* Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Ingram George Isaac Marion J. Isaac Frank and Lynn Jacobs Dr. and Mrs. Julius H. Jacobson II Dr. and Mrs. Hal B. Jennings, Jr. Edmond L. Jermann Justice Jr. and Sheila Johnson Dr. Larry and Sharon Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Wendell A. Johnson Albert Joseph* Severn and Catharine Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Jon K. Kerl Dr. Robert Kiess Nancy L. Koerner Robert E. Kowalski Steven and Margery Kramer Laurel Krone Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kropp Howard Krueger Jr. Dr. Allen Jr. and Diane Kuhn Howard H. Kummero* Dr. Jeffrey R. Kuhn and Dr. Audrey L. Kunin Mr.* and Mrs.* Parke B. Lamb, Jr. Ruth G.* and Roy H.* Lambert Mr.* and Mrs. Ronald R. Langenderfer Nancy A. and James W. Lapp Lloyd B.* and Betty* J. Lapp Mr.* and Mrs.* Frank A. Larimer James K. Larson Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Layman Mefty F. Lechman Dr. John Lehner Dr. and Mrs. Richard F. Leighton Mervin Levey Mr. and Mrs. William E. Lipner William G. Logie III James C. and Janice Lower Suzanne Hagelberg and Joseph Ludwig

Dr. Maurice and Carmel Manning Bill and Jane Marohn Dale R. Marsh Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. May Dr. Frank* and Dr. Lynne McCullough Richard W. and Martha H. McEwen Mr.* and Mrs. Harold McMaster Drs. William and Barbara McMillen Dr. Mary McNamara Dr. Michael, Jr. and Carol McNamara Pat* and Bob* Meeker Earl Meyer, Jr. Milford H. Meyers Gary and Linda Miller Michael G. Miller Teddy and Kay Miller Danuta Misch* Nancy Moody Russo and Ralph Russo Thomas R. Moor Henry L. Morse Dr. J. Robert, Sr.* and Jacqulyn Navarre Ms. Linda S. Nealon Bonnie Nelson Jessie Niedermeyer Norman C. Nitschke Philip and Lula Noble Kevin and Brigid O’Neal Robert A. Ossege* William Outland* and Jacqueline Sauve-Outland Henry Jr. and Kate Page Del and Anne Palmer Dr. E. Byrum Patrick II Dr. and Mrs. Amos Patterson Charles W. Pautz* Harriett Fox Pheatt* Michael and Laura Pietras Ray D. Pollard Dorothy MacKenzie Price Dr. and Mrs. Demetrios Raftopoulos Lois and Don Ramsdell Edith Rathbun Dr. and Mrs.* Louis C. Ravin Judy Reamy Thomas N. and Gloria A. Reddington Karl P. Reiser* Kathleen A. Rex* H. William* and Jean Clark* Rhodes

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Gina M. Shiffert and Thomas R. Tillander Shindler, Neff, Holmes & Schlageter Dr.* and Mrs.* Richard W. Shoemaker Jeffrey and Kathleen Shoffer Hussien Y. and Randa Shousher


Fred L. Rieman* Roxanne Ring Leota Rodegeb Dr. Francis and Karen Rogalski Mickey and Suzie Rosenberg Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Rudolph Bruce and Elizabeth Rumpf Dr. Richard D. and Dr. Elizabeth S. Ruppert Peter and Nanette Ryerson Mr. and Mrs.* Alfred H. Samborn Ann Sanford Robert and Sue Savage Mr. and Mrs. H. Jerry Sawicki III Richard and June Saxe Dr. Samuel* and Luann Schaeffer Sue and Jim Scheib Edward C.* and Helen G.* Schmakel Richard* and Angie Schreder Sandra Schulz Howard and Jean Selland Dale and Phyllis Seymour Harold C.* and Charlotte L. Shaffer Dr. Michael Shannon Dr. Edward Shapiro* Donald Sharper Dr. Scott Short Gilbert* and Janiece* Siegel Bess Joseph Sieving* Lowell W.* and Muriel* Skilliter A. Jackson and Sally Koepp Smith Gerald G. Smith William R. Smith John W. Snow Elmer C. Spear Elizabeth Stavely Dr. Ralph and Marcia St. John Robert* and Noreen Stollberg Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. (Ted) Stowell Virginia Stranahan* Gladys C. Suhrweier* Charles A. and Jackie Sullivan Jack Tallman* Dr. Lance and Dee Talmage Dr. Louis and Barbara Tartaglia Michael R. Tasker Robert and Sabrina Taylor Mr. and Mrs. James R. Theaker Dr. Craig and Pamela Thompson Robert S.* and Elsie* Thompson Lou* and Rose Thomson E.M. Tidrick* Joseph Tomasi*

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Jeff and Nancy Traudt Roy Treuhaft William and Jean Vaughan Frederick J. Wahl* Dr. F. Michael and Lillian Walsh Don and Connie Warner Roberta Weiss Leslie A. and Mary E. Wiberg Annie F. Wilson* Dr. Thomas Sr. and Kathryn Wojciechowski Dr. Thomas Jr. and Lisa Wojciechowski Mr. and Mrs. Kent Wyse Homer L. Jr.* and Margaret* Yaryan James and Barbara Yavorcik

Women in Philanthropy Contributing Members Frances H. Anderson Gayle Austin Marianne Ballas Susan G. Botek Eleanor Brunner Judith M. Burns Mitzi Georgie Rosemary Haggett Rose A. Huebner Elaine Johnson Penny Poplin Gosetti Marcy McMahon Helen McMaster Jane McQuade Mary Ellen Pisanelli Georgianna S. Saloff M. Ann Sanford Susan M. Savage Phyllis Seymour Sue M. Shew Sharon Speyer Jacqueline B. Sullivan Jane Switzer Yolanda Danyi Szuch Diana H. Talmage Lynnette J. Werning Jeanne M. Yhouse

Associate Contributing Members Ruth E. Alteneder Judith A. Anderson Karen A. DeNune

Sheila Doles Eva Szuch McQuillen

Supporting Members Frances H. Anderson Elizabeth Brady Jacqueline B. Sullivan

Honorary Members Judith Herb Helen McMaster

Annual Giving $5,000 and Over

Clarence Alspaugh Dr. Harvey and Joyce Behner Ira and Martha Bernstein Craig and Kathleen Bowie Dr. Stephen and Katherine Branam Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Burns Marilynn M. Cafruny Dr. Andrew and Betty Jo Casabianca James Coder Daniel R. Droz Lester Jr. and Margaret Eastwood Dr. David Fitkin Grant Franklin Jr., M.D. Stanton and Anna Greller Carol A. Heintz Barry and Kendra Hurd Timothy and Melissa Jackson Mike and Joan Magliocco Todd and Jeanne Peters Roberta Reichle

Gift of $1,000 to $4,999

Dr. Ira and Linda Abrahamson Dr. Domenico Accili and Dr. Sonia Najjar John and Mary Adams Dr. and Mrs. Nasir Ali Dr. David and Elizabeth Allison Ruth R. Alteneder, Ph.D., R.N. Dr. Judith Anderson Dr. Thomas Andrews and Dr. Jennifer Vesper Dr. Abdul and Riffat Arshad Carroll and Dorothy Ashley Dr. Jean Atwood and Michael Kirkman Russell and Pamela Austin Dr. Narenda and Rosalind Bansal

Prof. Thomas E. Barden and Ms. Rayna Zacharias Eric and Dr. Amy Barker Dr. Richard and Holly Barker Dr. William and Catherine Bauer Linda Beall Dr. Don and Susan Beeman Dr. Alvin and Eve Berland Lou and Janet Bertoli Melvin and Frances Bielawski Annette and Willis Boice Dr. Bernard and Ginger Bopp Fred Bostleman Sam Jr. and Susan Botek Dr. Kathleen Brennan Mary and Dr. Kristopher Brickman Dr. Jonathan Brockwell Dr. Ernest and Audrey Brookfield Dr. Mark Bruss James and Joyce Buderer Dr. G. Mark Burton and Nancy Kistler-Burton Christopher and Margaret Bussert Dr. Timothy Cadden Nicholas and Teresa Camp James and Vicki Cantrell Helen Carr Michael and Alena Carroll Ford and Phyllis Cauffiel Dr. Supriya and Dr. Jyoti Chakravarty Dr. Shaoyong Chen Cathy Cook Dr. Christopher and Lynn Cooper Robert Jr. and Patricia Cosler Dr. Kevin and Kevin Coss Albert and Sharon Croci Tony and Laura Damon Jeffrey Sr. and Mary Denker William and Dr. Jeanne Dennler Dr. Robert and Melinda DeTroye Vincent DiPofi Jr. and Sandra DiPofi Joyce Dollimore Elizabeth Donaldson Roland T. Skeel, M.D. and Kristie Dubois Michael and Erika Eberly Dr. Jimmie Edwards Dr. Lawrence and LeAnn Elmer John and Mary Fedderke Edward Ferko and Mary Nell McLauchlin Dr. John and Cynthia Fink Dr. Michael and Laurie Fitzpatrick

Mary Flores James and Kathleen Flynn Clark and Sally Folgate Karen Foster Lawrence and Diana Foster Carlton and Karen Fraker Dr. Kathleen Franco-Bronson and Dr. David Bronson Dr. Linda French Daniel and Catherine Frick Richard W. and Rose M. Frick Dr. Steven Gale Jeffrey Geib Mary Geiger Sam and Melanie Giordano David and Christina Glen Lynn and Dr. Donald Godfrey Amira F. Gohara, M.D. and Sabry F. Gohara, M.D. Dr. Murthy Gokula Dr. Diego and Kathleen Grinberg-Funes Allen Gutchess, Jr. Kenneth and Jennifer Harrison Dr. Thomas and Candice Hennessy Pamela Hershberger Dr. Ruth Heyn Terry Hinds Jr. Camille Hoar John and Alice Hoff Dr. Patricia and Ronnie Hogue Dr. Clement and May Wah Hoh Dr. Bruce and Dawn Holladay Dr. John and Sarah Howard Barrie and Harold Howell Jr.

Thomas and F. Hug Tred and Allison Hurst Dr. Perry and Alice Hux Robert Hyneman and Deanne Miklovic-Hyneman Mary Ianni Dr. Jules and Elaine Isaacson Dr. Gerald and Lynn Jakubowski Dr. M.A. Jan James and Kym Jaros Dr. Venkata Jayanthi David and Jeanine Jechura Dr. Jagadish and Leena Jhunjhunwala Richard and Anna Johnson Dr. Joan Johnson-Freese David and Joan Kaminski Beverly Karabin Russell and Amny Karban Douglas Kearns Margot Klose Edward and Jackie Kochalski John Kolbeck Dr. Michael and Eileen Koltz Alan and Barbara Konop Dr. Daniel Kory and Elaine Canning Dr. David and Christina Krol Benjamin and Jodi Kruse Dr. Allen Jr. and Diane Kuhn Marc Lautenbach Ms. Becky Fuhrman and Mr. Don Leary Gary Lesage Ann and Gregory Locher

Dr. Lory Bright Long and Jeffrey Long Dr. Phillip and Lee Long Kenneth Lovejoy and Jean Sanzenbacher-Lovejoy Dr. Cristal Lynch Dr. Christopher Lynn and Dr. Elloise Gard Robert III and Ruth Maltby Dr. Ali and Dr. Syeda Mamun David and Mary Mandula Dr. Maurice and Carmel Manning Martha and Benjamin Marsh Tim and Maureen Martindale James and Gale McCune Brian and Marcia McMahon Dr. Guvantray and Ila Mehta Kathleen Reed Dr. Patricia and Michael Metting Valda Miezitis Dr. W. E. Michael Mikhail Linda Molenda Nancy Moody Russo and Ralph Russo Dr. Kenneth M. Morrison and Dr. Susan J. Burke Dr. Patrick and Jacquelyn Mulrow David and Mary Munger Hal Jr. and Melissa Munger Susan Hartman Muska and Nicholas F. Muska Dennis and Susan Newsom Dr. Jay Nielsen and Janice Meier-Nielsen Steven and Michele Nixon Charles L. and D’Aun Norman Denise Oancea Joseph and Ann O’Leary Kevin and Brigid O’Neal Dr. Robert and Christina Paasche Thomas and Kathy Page Dr. Lindsey Jr. and Nancy Pankey Steven J. Perlman, M.D. and Susan Perlman, M.D. Sonja S. Pinsky, M.D. and S. Theodore Pinsky, M.D. Rosalyn Pizza Dean Pyers Gerald Pyle Ming Qin and Jie Li David Razzano John and Judith Reitz Clement Revetti Jr. Dr. Gene Richard and Yolanda Hernandez Stephen Ritchie

Ralph W. Roach, M.D. and Jane E. Roach, M.D. Dr. Michael Robbins Dr. Francis and Karen Rogalski Dr. Ralph Rosenberg and Dr. Hilda Slivka Emerson Ross Jr. James Ross James and Marilyn Roth Dr. Richard D. and Dr. Elizabeth S. Ruppert Dr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Saddemi Dr. Ashok R. and Dr. Usha A. Salvi Ann Sanford Dr. Renee Schlabach Thomas Schlachter Sandy Schulz Dr. Joel and Lynn Secrest Dr. Joseph and Mary Shapiro Dr. Richard Sharpe Mr. Daniel C. Smith and Ms. Jonlee Andrews Dr. Thor Start and Joanne Drabek John and Colleen Steele Dr. John and Marcy Steele Stuart and Sandra Stern Dr. Ralph and Marcia St. John Robert and Marjorie Stoma Jeffrey Stream Sandra and Dr. Thomas Sydlowski Michael and Kim Tampurages Dr. Russell and Barbara Taylor Ann Thieman Gary and Cheryl Thieman Diane and Ronald Thompson Ronald and Cynthia Thompson James and Norma Tomlinson Roy Treuhaft Roger VanGunten and Beverly McCarthy Dr. Matthew T. and Dr. Kerry J. Volansky Dr. Parimal and Dipti Vyas Timothy and Mary Waldock Genevieve Walinski Robert Ward Michael Jr. and Joan Warmbier Dr. Mark A. and Dr. Mary E. Warner Donald Watt Scott Werner Bruce and Jan Wetzel Stephen White Dr. James C. Willey and Dr. Elisabeth B. James Thomas Winston

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2008 Annual Report

Planned Giving Donors Continued


Fred L. Rieman* Roxanne Ring Leota Rodegeb Dr. Francis and Karen Rogalski Mickey and Suzie Rosenberg Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Rudolph Bruce and Elizabeth Rumpf Dr. Richard D. and Dr. Elizabeth S. Ruppert Peter and Nanette Ryerson Mr. and Mrs.* Alfred H. Samborn Ann Sanford Robert and Sue Savage Mr. and Mrs. H. Jerry Sawicki III Richard and June Saxe Dr. Samuel* and Luann Schaeffer Sue and Jim Scheib Edward C.* and Helen G.* Schmakel Richard* and Angie Schreder Sandra Schulz Howard and Jean Selland Dale and Phyllis Seymour Harold C.* and Charlotte L. Shaffer Dr. Michael Shannon Dr. Edward Shapiro* Donald Sharper Dr. Scott Short Gilbert* and Janiece* Siegel Bess Joseph Sieving* Lowell W.* and Muriel* Skilliter A. Jackson and Sally Koepp Smith Gerald G. Smith William R. Smith John W. Snow Elmer C. Spear Elizabeth Stavely Dr. Ralph and Marcia St. John Robert* and Noreen Stollberg Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. (Ted) Stowell Virginia Stranahan* Gladys C. Suhrweier* Charles A. and Jackie Sullivan Jack Tallman* Dr. Lance and Dee Talmage Dr. Louis and Barbara Tartaglia Michael R. Tasker Robert and Sabrina Taylor Mr. and Mrs. James R. Theaker Dr. Craig and Pamela Thompson Robert S.* and Elsie* Thompson Lou* and Rose Thomson E.M. Tidrick* Joseph Tomasi*

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Jeff and Nancy Traudt Roy Treuhaft William and Jean Vaughan Frederick J. Wahl* Dr. F. Michael and Lillian Walsh Don and Connie Warner Roberta Weiss Leslie A. and Mary E. Wiberg Annie F. Wilson* Dr. Thomas Sr. and Kathryn Wojciechowski Dr. Thomas Jr. and Lisa Wojciechowski Mr. and Mrs. Kent Wyse Homer L. Jr.* and Margaret* Yaryan James and Barbara Yavorcik

Women in Philanthropy Contributing Members Frances H. Anderson Gayle Austin Marianne Ballas Susan G. Botek Eleanor Brunner Judith M. Burns Mitzi Georgie Rosemary Haggett Rose A. Huebner Elaine Johnson Penny Poplin Gosetti Marcy McMahon Helen McMaster Jane McQuade Mary Ellen Pisanelli Georgianna S. Saloff M. Ann Sanford Susan M. Savage Phyllis Seymour Sue M. Shew Sharon Speyer Jacqueline B. Sullivan Jane Switzer Yolanda Danyi Szuch Diana H. Talmage Lynnette J. Werning Jeanne M. Yhouse

Associate Contributing Members Ruth E. Alteneder Judith A. Anderson Karen A. DeNune

Sheila Doles Eva Szuch McQuillen

Supporting Members Frances H. Anderson Elizabeth Brady Jacqueline B. Sullivan

Honorary Members Judith Herb Helen McMaster

Annual Giving $5,000 and Over

Clarence Alspaugh Dr. Harvey and Joyce Behner Ira and Martha Bernstein Craig and Kathleen Bowie Dr. Stephen and Katherine Branam Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Burns Marilynn M. Cafruny Dr. Andrew and Betty Jo Casabianca James Coder Daniel R. Droz Lester Jr. and Margaret Eastwood Dr. David Fitkin Grant Franklin Jr., M.D. Stanton and Anna Greller Carol A. Heintz Barry and Kendra Hurd Timothy and Melissa Jackson Mike and Joan Magliocco Todd and Jeanne Peters Roberta Reichle

Gift of $1,000 to $4,999

Dr. Ira and Linda Abrahamson Dr. Domenico Accili and Dr. Sonia Najjar John and Mary Adams Dr. and Mrs. Nasir Ali Dr. David and Elizabeth Allison Ruth R. Alteneder, Ph.D., R.N. Dr. Judith Anderson Dr. Thomas Andrews and Dr. Jennifer Vesper Dr. Abdul and Riffat Arshad Carroll and Dorothy Ashley Dr. Jean Atwood and Michael Kirkman Russell and Pamela Austin Dr. Narenda and Rosalind Bansal

Prof. Thomas E. Barden and Ms. Rayna Zacharias Eric and Dr. Amy Barker Dr. Richard and Holly Barker Dr. William and Catherine Bauer Linda Beall Dr. Don and Susan Beeman Dr. Alvin and Eve Berland Lou and Janet Bertoli Melvin and Frances Bielawski Annette and Willis Boice Dr. Bernard and Ginger Bopp Fred Bostleman Sam Jr. and Susan Botek Dr. Kathleen Brennan Mary and Dr. Kristopher Brickman Dr. Jonathan Brockwell Dr. Ernest and Audrey Brookfield Dr. Mark Bruss James and Joyce Buderer Dr. G. Mark Burton and Nancy Kistler-Burton Christopher and Margaret Bussert Dr. Timothy Cadden Nicholas and Teresa Camp James and Vicki Cantrell Helen Carr Michael and Alena Carroll Ford and Phyllis Cauffiel Dr. Supriya and Dr. Jyoti Chakravarty Dr. Shaoyong Chen Cathy Cook Dr. Christopher and Lynn Cooper Robert Jr. and Patricia Cosler Dr. Kevin and Kevin Coss Albert and Sharon Croci Tony and Laura Damon Jeffrey Sr. and Mary Denker William and Dr. Jeanne Dennler Dr. Robert and Melinda DeTroye Vincent DiPofi Jr. and Sandra DiPofi Joyce Dollimore Elizabeth Donaldson Roland T. Skeel, M.D. and Kristie Dubois Michael and Erika Eberly Dr. Jimmie Edwards Dr. Lawrence and LeAnn Elmer John and Mary Fedderke Edward Ferko and Mary Nell McLauchlin Dr. John and Cynthia Fink Dr. Michael and Laurie Fitzpatrick

Mary Flores James and Kathleen Flynn Clark and Sally Folgate Karen Foster Lawrence and Diana Foster Carlton and Karen Fraker Dr. Kathleen Franco-Bronson and Dr. David Bronson Dr. Linda French Daniel and Catherine Frick Richard W. and Rose M. Frick Dr. Steven Gale Jeffrey Geib Mary Geiger Sam and Melanie Giordano David and Christina Glen Lynn and Dr. Donald Godfrey Amira F. Gohara, M.D. and Sabry F. Gohara, M.D. Dr. Murthy Gokula Dr. Diego and Kathleen Grinberg-Funes Allen Gutchess, Jr. Kenneth and Jennifer Harrison Dr. Thomas and Candice Hennessy Pamela Hershberger Dr. Ruth Heyn Terry Hinds Jr. Camille Hoar John and Alice Hoff Dr. Patricia and Ronnie Hogue Dr. Clement and May Wah Hoh Dr. Bruce and Dawn Holladay Dr. John and Sarah Howard Barrie and Harold Howell Jr.

Thomas and F. Hug Tred and Allison Hurst Dr. Perry and Alice Hux Robert Hyneman and Deanne Miklovic-Hyneman Mary Ianni Dr. Jules and Elaine Isaacson Dr. Gerald and Lynn Jakubowski Dr. M.A. Jan James and Kym Jaros Dr. Venkata Jayanthi David and Jeanine Jechura Dr. Jagadish and Leena Jhunjhunwala Richard and Anna Johnson Dr. Joan Johnson-Freese David and Joan Kaminski Beverly Karabin Russell and Amny Karban Douglas Kearns Margot Klose Edward and Jackie Kochalski John Kolbeck Dr. Michael and Eileen Koltz Alan and Barbara Konop Dr. Daniel Kory and Elaine Canning Dr. David and Christina Krol Benjamin and Jodi Kruse Dr. Allen Jr. and Diane Kuhn Marc Lautenbach Ms. Becky Fuhrman and Mr. Don Leary Gary Lesage Ann and Gregory Locher

Dr. Lory Bright Long and Jeffrey Long Dr. Phillip and Lee Long Kenneth Lovejoy and Jean Sanzenbacher-Lovejoy Dr. Cristal Lynch Dr. Christopher Lynn and Dr. Elloise Gard Robert III and Ruth Maltby Dr. Ali and Dr. Syeda Mamun David and Mary Mandula Dr. Maurice and Carmel Manning Martha and Benjamin Marsh Tim and Maureen Martindale James and Gale McCune Brian and Marcia McMahon Dr. Guvantray and Ila Mehta Kathleen Reed Dr. Patricia and Michael Metting Valda Miezitis Dr. W. E. Michael Mikhail Linda Molenda Nancy Moody Russo and Ralph Russo Dr. Kenneth M. Morrison and Dr. Susan J. Burke Dr. Patrick and Jacquelyn Mulrow David and Mary Munger Hal Jr. and Melissa Munger Susan Hartman Muska and Nicholas F. Muska Dennis and Susan Newsom Dr. Jay Nielsen and Janice Meier-Nielsen Steven and Michele Nixon Charles L. and D’Aun Norman Denise Oancea Joseph and Ann O’Leary Kevin and Brigid O’Neal Dr. Robert and Christina Paasche Thomas and Kathy Page Dr. Lindsey Jr. and Nancy Pankey Steven J. Perlman, M.D. and Susan Perlman, M.D. Sonja S. Pinsky, M.D. and S. Theodore Pinsky, M.D. Rosalyn Pizza Dean Pyers Gerald Pyle Ming Qin and Jie Li David Razzano John and Judith Reitz Clement Revetti Jr. Dr. Gene Richard and Yolanda Hernandez Stephen Ritchie

Ralph W. Roach, M.D. and Jane E. Roach, M.D. Dr. Michael Robbins Dr. Francis and Karen Rogalski Dr. Ralph Rosenberg and Dr. Hilda Slivka Emerson Ross Jr. James Ross James and Marilyn Roth Dr. Richard D. and Dr. Elizabeth S. Ruppert Dr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Saddemi Dr. Ashok R. and Dr. Usha A. Salvi Ann Sanford Dr. Renee Schlabach Thomas Schlachter Sandy Schulz Dr. Joel and Lynn Secrest Dr. Joseph and Mary Shapiro Dr. Richard Sharpe Mr. Daniel C. Smith and Ms. Jonlee Andrews Dr. Thor Start and Joanne Drabek John and Colleen Steele Dr. John and Marcy Steele Stuart and Sandra Stern Dr. Ralph and Marcia St. John Robert and Marjorie Stoma Jeffrey Stream Sandra and Dr. Thomas Sydlowski Michael and Kim Tampurages Dr. Russell and Barbara Taylor Ann Thieman Gary and Cheryl Thieman Diane and Ronald Thompson Ronald and Cynthia Thompson James and Norma Tomlinson Roy Treuhaft Roger VanGunten and Beverly McCarthy Dr. Matthew T. and Dr. Kerry J. Volansky Dr. Parimal and Dipti Vyas Timothy and Mary Waldock Genevieve Walinski Robert Ward Michael Jr. and Joan Warmbier Dr. Mark A. and Dr. Mary E. Warner Donald Watt Scott Werner Bruce and Jan Wetzel Stephen White Dr. James C. Willey and Dr. Elisabeth B. James Thomas Winston

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Planned Giving Donors Continued


Dr. Lee and Leslie Woldenberg Michael Wong Dr. Donna Woodson Mr. and Mrs. Riad N. Yammine Dr. Nicholas J. and Dr. Jennifer A. Zyromski

Keith Burwell Dr. Reynold and Yolande Cesar Cassandra and Orison Chaffee Rita Chahine Dr. Jay Chapman

Gift of $500-$999

Timothy Charles and Mary Brown-Charles Richard and Ruthanne Chase Mark and Linda Chastang Richard and Sheila Chiricosta Walter Jr. and Lois Churchill Michael Clawson Capt. William and Pauline Clegg Heidi Coleman Dr. Todd and Jennifer Cooperider Jeffrey Culver and Elizabeth Pentz-Culver Dennis and Connie Darling Dr. Andre and Mili Delbecq David and Cindy Deptula Anthony Desch Thomas and JoLynn DesRocher Dr. Carol and Mark DeVore Dr. Patricia Donahue and Dr. John Hageman Gene and Patricia Dose Dr. Joan Duggan and Walter Stotz Thomas and Lynne Dunifon Paul and Charlotte Dymarkowski Stephen and B. Christine Eberly Dr. Hazem El-Khatib and Rima El-Hajje

Myron and Lorene Abel Dr. Mesbah and Nargis Ahmed Dr. Matthew and Melinda Allen Susan Anderson Dr. Amir and Dr. Augusta Askari Maryann Bagaoisan Dr. Stephen and Connie Barker Donald L. Batisky, M.D. Dr. Stephen and Cathy Bazeley Georgette Belair Barbara and Michael Berebitsky Dr. Peggyann Nowak Berguer and Dr. Ramon Berguer Helen N. Black Betty Blocker Frank and Doreen Blum Marilyn and Thomas Blythe Dr. Suzann Bonzo William and Laura Brickley William L. Brill and Molly J. McCormick James and Michelle Burchfield John Burkey Dr. Karen S. Burnard and Mr. Michael R. Jackson

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David and Nora Engstrom Dr. Edward J. and Dr. Mary J. Esber Nicholas Fahim John Fenner Dr. Mark Fink Michael and Leanne Foley Mary and Dr. Steven Fox Kenneth and Peggy Gallock Dr. David Garfunkel and Isabella D’Agostino Ronald and Karena Garriques Bonnie and Jack Giles Kathleen Graffam Dr. Thomas and Janet Groner Dr. James Jr. and Carla Guerrieri Ralph Guild Dr. George and Margaret Guthrie JoAnn Haddad John Hage Dr. Douglass and Catherine Hale Rudelle Hampton Dr. Samuel Hancock Dr. Seth and Dr. Shelby Hardy Herbert II and Carol Harpster Jay III and Julie Harris Michael and Shawn Hayes Dr. Robert and Linda Helmer Monica Henry Thomas and Susan Herman Thelma Herold Carl Hibscher Dr. E. Crede Hiestand Duane and Angela Hixon Dr. Paul and Barbara Hodel Terrance and Lynn Hoffman John and Kimberly Holman Carl and Linda Hopfinger Dr. Russell M. Hostetler and Dr. Jane A. Noll Steven and Julie Hug Dr. Dale and Janet Hume George III and Shari Isaac Lynn and Dee Isaac Joseph and Madeleine Jacobs Jeff Janson Dr. Sayed and Yasmeen Jehan Terry and Patricia Jenkins Harry Judy Dr. M. Jean Kay Linda Kazazian Paul and M. Kelly David Kennedy Dr. James and M. A. Kerrigan Ali Kiapour Charles Jr. and Anna King Layton Jr. and Sandra King

Edwin and Marjorie Klag Dr. Alan and Joan Knull Allen Koch and Holly Monsos John and Robin Koehler Dr. Boyd Koffman Paul and Luann Kornowa Dr. John and Laura Koziarski Michael and Linda Kramer Stephen and Allison Krzyminski Jeffrey and Karey Kuhlman William Langdon Dr. Patrick Lawrence Roberta Leavitt Dr. Yoke Lee Gary and Kayleen Lemont David Lenavitt Steven Lennex Barry Leonard Dr. Deborah Lucas and Richard Lewis Gerald Luken Dr. Mark and Kathleen Lukens Dr. Paul and Carolyn Mabie Dr. Stephen and Melinda Maloon Dr. John Jr. and Wendy Maltese Dr. Laurance and Mary Marshburn Jay and Gwendoline Martin Dr. Lawrence Martin Marion Martin William and Kathleen Martin Dr. Patricia and Theodore Mattevi Philip and Sharon McAndrews Shawn McDonald Scott and Sarah McElroy Susan Middendorf Nevine and Fawzy Mikhail Jolene Miller and Donna Steppe Lynn Miller Mark and Dr. Barbara Miller Mel and Jean Miller Dr. James Moeller Dr. James Mohr Carole Monheim Joseph II and Shirley Monto Harry Morgan Jr. Dr. Nancy Morrison Samuel Muller Dr. Leslie and Merylee Mumaw Elzora Muntz Kevin Murphy Zoellen and Charles Murphy Dr. Paul and Ellen Nagy Linda S. Nealon John and Darlene Nelsen Howard and Marilyn Newman Rodney and Barbra Nichols

Patrick and Christina O’Rourke Gerard Otten Rosalie Ovenden Dr. Richard and Almira Paat Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Palmer Dr. Kaye Patten Wallace Roger and Lillian Peluso Ronald and Catherine Perez Shane Pfleiderer Dr. Melinda Phinney Lisa Pizza Scott and Cindy Polster Larry and Marlene Porter Randy Sr. and Sulynn Priest Dr. Roberta Raeder Dr. M. Razi Rafeeq and Dr. Shahida Rafeeq Dr. Robert Reaven Shelley A. Reed and Carl Kinnunen Mr. Donald A. Rhoda and Dr. Karen I. Rhoda Dawn Rhodes Dergham Ridi and Sumar Aburidi Glenda Ried John and Jacqlyn Rokicki Dr. Thomas and Maryanna Rooney William and Sara Rose Dr. Howard and Ann Rosenberg Charles Rough Jr. William and Melinda Rupp Timothy Ruth Dr. Jeffrey and Michelle Sabin Carol Sallach John Sams Patricia B. Schafer Charles and Kristine Schaub William Schaub Roy and Jamye Schneider William and Kimberly Schwartz Henry and Donna Schweiter William and Joan Searles Matthew and Anne Seikel Roy and Barbara Selland Dr. Peter and Deborah Sershon Dr. Rahmat and Farida Shah Dr. Michael Shannon Raymond Shivley Dr. Richard P. and Dr. Julie A. Shockley The Rev. Ralph and June Shunk Rev. Joy D. Skeel Jeffery E. Smith Samuel Smith and Amy Rogers Keithley Sparrow and Dr. Suzanne Smitley

Gloria Stanfa Michael Stark Cynthia and Mark Stengle Dr. David Stoll Jeffrey and Sarah Stoller Dr. Richard II and Drew Straker Allen Strang Roger Sugarman and Colleen Nissl Dr. Clyde III and Cynthia Sweet Theresa Taylor Thomas and Emily Thayer Ronald and Janelle Tipton Steven and Leslie Tomasi Richard and Carol Toth Alec C. Treuhaft Roger and Beatrice Trinkner Anthony and Karen Turley Howard Vea Eugenia Vogel Mark von Wahlde and Joy Logan-von Wahlde Jeffrey and Liana Waller Pamela Wawrzyniak James and Christine Weber Dr. Dana Weisshaar Dr. Peter and Polly White Doug Wilkerson and Carol Wilkerson Rita Wilkinson Dr. Kate and Joseph Wilks Dr. George III and Dr. Kristi Williams Ms. Merrie C. Williams and Mr. Donald K. McCord Robert and Muriel Williams MaryAnn and Dr. Calman Winegarden Kenneth and Ann Wise Dr. Adolf and Anita Witt Bruce Wyre and Debra G. Dauer Dr. Larry Yodlowski Donald and Mary Ellen Yontz Robert Young Diane Zitzelberger Dr. Frank J. Zorick and Dr. Elizabeth I. Tietz Brian and Dennis Zorman Dr. Joel and Nancy Zrull

Gift of $300-$499

Denise Agosti Dr. John and Anne Ahern Dr. James and Candace Aldstadt Reva Allen David and Brenda Alvarado

Dr. Timothy Anders and Ana Thompson Susan Arbaugh C. Philip III and Robin Baither Elizabeth Balint Kathleen E. Barber David and Julie Barnes Michelle Bartkowiak Dr. Reemt and Joan Baumann Charles Jr. and Judy Baumgartner Lynn and Bonnie Beaumont Richard and Katherine Bensman Thomas and Susan Bibish Dr. Donald and Sandra Billmaier David and Cynthia Bishop Dr. Scott and Lori Blair Stephen and Marianne Blick Dr. Robert and Beth Blumenthal Brian and Nicole Bogner Dr. Cheryl Bolinger Dr. Robert Booth Jr. Ross Bradbury Charles and Virginia Breese Kregg Brooks Richard P. Bryan and Regina M. Amidon A. Richard and Patsy Camp Darryl Campbell Eileen Campbell Hugh and Jennifer Canelli Timothy and Amy Cassidy Dr. John S. and Dr. Angela M. Clark Eddie Cole Dr. Kenneth and Jane Collins Dr. Charles and Susan Cook David and Jennifer Cook Dr. E. Ford Crider Andrew and Linda Curtis Joseph and Alma Czerniakowski Susan Daniel Dr. Charles and Kathleen Davenport Warren Davis Judith Deis Dr. Armand and Delphine Delsemme Dr. Erik and Rachael DeLue David Dembrow Dr. Jodi and Eric Devine Arrel and Sharon Dietrich Dr. Zhan Ding and Bu Huang Anthony and Sharon DiSalle Penelope J. Duhring Dr. Michael Dvorack Michael and Louise Ehrick Victor Eicher

Lt. Col. H. Lee Jr. and Lisa Einsel Richard and Kathleen Faist James and Martha Farmer Thomas Farquer Michael Ferner and Susan Carter Thomas Fine Valerie Fine Ernest and Gertrud Fink Anne and Philip Gaines Michelle Giovanoli Rick Goheen Dr. Robert and Doris Goldman Harrold and Marilyn Goodnight Dr. Lazar Jr. and Holly Greenfield John and Margaret Grigsby Dr. Daniel Grum Gerald and Donna Guernsey Dr. William III and Barbara Gunning Scott and Melissa Hamner Catina and Jonathan Harding Eddie-Jean Harris Matthew and Michelle Harrison Prof. J. William and Mary Haskins Dr. Eric Heasley Dr. William Helwig Dr. Sheryl Herner Joseph Hickey Charles and Rosalie Hinde Charles and Ann Hodge Linda and Doug Honnold William and Elizabeth Horst James and Denise Hoskins Paul Hotmer Dr. David and Deborah Houston Dr. Serena Hu Caroline Hughes John Hughes William Hylan Diane L. Hymore Alisa Iffland Marion J. Isaac Richard and Yolanda Jackson Dr. Abraham and Christine Jacob Dr. Sathish V. and Dr. Lois B. Jetty William and Sue Johnson Richard and Shirley Joseph Luke Kajfasz and Dr. Heather Carone William and Phyllis Kaser Eugene and Mary Kasper Joseph Jr. and Cindra Keeler Roger and Joann Kennedy Dr. Gwang and Jinju Kim Tina Kinkaid Robert Knapke and Robin Oberle

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2008 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

Annual Giving-$1,000 to $4,999 Continued


Dr. Lee and Leslie Woldenberg Michael Wong Dr. Donna Woodson Mr. and Mrs. Riad N. Yammine Dr. Nicholas J. and Dr. Jennifer A. Zyromski

Keith Burwell Dr. Reynold and Yolande Cesar Cassandra and Orison Chaffee Rita Chahine Dr. Jay Chapman

Gift of $500-$999

Timothy Charles and Mary Brown-Charles Richard and Ruthanne Chase Mark and Linda Chastang Richard and Sheila Chiricosta Walter Jr. and Lois Churchill Michael Clawson Capt. William and Pauline Clegg Heidi Coleman Dr. Todd and Jennifer Cooperider Jeffrey Culver and Elizabeth Pentz-Culver Dennis and Connie Darling Dr. Andre and Mili Delbecq David and Cindy Deptula Anthony Desch Thomas and JoLynn DesRocher Dr. Carol and Mark DeVore Dr. Patricia Donahue and Dr. John Hageman Gene and Patricia Dose Dr. Joan Duggan and Walter Stotz Thomas and Lynne Dunifon Paul and Charlotte Dymarkowski Stephen and B. Christine Eberly Dr. Hazem El-Khatib and Rima El-Hajje

Myron and Lorene Abel Dr. Mesbah and Nargis Ahmed Dr. Matthew and Melinda Allen Susan Anderson Dr. Amir and Dr. Augusta Askari Maryann Bagaoisan Dr. Stephen and Connie Barker Donald L. Batisky, M.D. Dr. Stephen and Cathy Bazeley Georgette Belair Barbara and Michael Berebitsky Dr. Peggyann Nowak Berguer and Dr. Ramon Berguer Helen N. Black Betty Blocker Frank and Doreen Blum Marilyn and Thomas Blythe Dr. Suzann Bonzo William and Laura Brickley William L. Brill and Molly J. McCormick James and Michelle Burchfield John Burkey Dr. Karen S. Burnard and Mr. Michael R. Jackson

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David and Nora Engstrom Dr. Edward J. and Dr. Mary J. Esber Nicholas Fahim John Fenner Dr. Mark Fink Michael and Leanne Foley Mary and Dr. Steven Fox Kenneth and Peggy Gallock Dr. David Garfunkel and Isabella D’Agostino Ronald and Karena Garriques Bonnie and Jack Giles Kathleen Graffam Dr. Thomas and Janet Groner Dr. James Jr. and Carla Guerrieri Ralph Guild Dr. George and Margaret Guthrie JoAnn Haddad John Hage Dr. Douglass and Catherine Hale Rudelle Hampton Dr. Samuel Hancock Dr. Seth and Dr. Shelby Hardy Herbert II and Carol Harpster Jay III and Julie Harris Michael and Shawn Hayes Dr. Robert and Linda Helmer Monica Henry Thomas and Susan Herman Thelma Herold Carl Hibscher Dr. E. Crede Hiestand Duane and Angela Hixon Dr. Paul and Barbara Hodel Terrance and Lynn Hoffman John and Kimberly Holman Carl and Linda Hopfinger Dr. Russell M. Hostetler and Dr. Jane A. Noll Steven and Julie Hug Dr. Dale and Janet Hume George III and Shari Isaac Lynn and Dee Isaac Joseph and Madeleine Jacobs Jeff Janson Dr. Sayed and Yasmeen Jehan Terry and Patricia Jenkins Harry Judy Dr. M. Jean Kay Linda Kazazian Paul and M. Kelly David Kennedy Dr. James and M. A. Kerrigan Ali Kiapour Charles Jr. and Anna King Layton Jr. and Sandra King

Edwin and Marjorie Klag Dr. Alan and Joan Knull Allen Koch and Holly Monsos John and Robin Koehler Dr. Boyd Koffman Paul and Luann Kornowa Dr. John and Laura Koziarski Michael and Linda Kramer Stephen and Allison Krzyminski Jeffrey and Karey Kuhlman William Langdon Dr. Patrick Lawrence Roberta Leavitt Dr. Yoke Lee Gary and Kayleen Lemont David Lenavitt Steven Lennex Barry Leonard Dr. Deborah Lucas and Richard Lewis Gerald Luken Dr. Mark and Kathleen Lukens Dr. Paul and Carolyn Mabie Dr. Stephen and Melinda Maloon Dr. John Jr. and Wendy Maltese Dr. Laurance and Mary Marshburn Jay and Gwendoline Martin Dr. Lawrence Martin Marion Martin William and Kathleen Martin Dr. Patricia and Theodore Mattevi Philip and Sharon McAndrews Shawn McDonald Scott and Sarah McElroy Susan Middendorf Nevine and Fawzy Mikhail Jolene Miller and Donna Steppe Lynn Miller Mark and Dr. Barbara Miller Mel and Jean Miller Dr. James Moeller Dr. James Mohr Carole Monheim Joseph II and Shirley Monto Harry Morgan Jr. Dr. Nancy Morrison Samuel Muller Dr. Leslie and Merylee Mumaw Elzora Muntz Kevin Murphy Zoellen and Charles Murphy Dr. Paul and Ellen Nagy Linda S. Nealon John and Darlene Nelsen Howard and Marilyn Newman Rodney and Barbra Nichols

Patrick and Christina O’Rourke Gerard Otten Rosalie Ovenden Dr. Richard and Almira Paat Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Palmer Dr. Kaye Patten Wallace Roger and Lillian Peluso Ronald and Catherine Perez Shane Pfleiderer Dr. Melinda Phinney Lisa Pizza Scott and Cindy Polster Larry and Marlene Porter Randy Sr. and Sulynn Priest Dr. Roberta Raeder Dr. M. Razi Rafeeq and Dr. Shahida Rafeeq Dr. Robert Reaven Shelley A. Reed and Carl Kinnunen Mr. Donald A. Rhoda and Dr. Karen I. Rhoda Dawn Rhodes Dergham Ridi and Sumar Aburidi Glenda Ried John and Jacqlyn Rokicki Dr. Thomas and Maryanna Rooney William and Sara Rose Dr. Howard and Ann Rosenberg Charles Rough Jr. William and Melinda Rupp Timothy Ruth Dr. Jeffrey and Michelle Sabin Carol Sallach John Sams Patricia B. Schafer Charles and Kristine Schaub William Schaub Roy and Jamye Schneider William and Kimberly Schwartz Henry and Donna Schweiter William and Joan Searles Matthew and Anne Seikel Roy and Barbara Selland Dr. Peter and Deborah Sershon Dr. Rahmat and Farida Shah Dr. Michael Shannon Raymond Shivley Dr. Richard P. and Dr. Julie A. Shockley The Rev. Ralph and June Shunk Rev. Joy D. Skeel Jeffery E. Smith Samuel Smith and Amy Rogers Keithley Sparrow and Dr. Suzanne Smitley

Gloria Stanfa Michael Stark Cynthia and Mark Stengle Dr. David Stoll Jeffrey and Sarah Stoller Dr. Richard II and Drew Straker Allen Strang Roger Sugarman and Colleen Nissl Dr. Clyde III and Cynthia Sweet Theresa Taylor Thomas and Emily Thayer Ronald and Janelle Tipton Steven and Leslie Tomasi Richard and Carol Toth Alec C. Treuhaft Roger and Beatrice Trinkner Anthony and Karen Turley Howard Vea Eugenia Vogel Mark von Wahlde and Joy Logan-von Wahlde Jeffrey and Liana Waller Pamela Wawrzyniak James and Christine Weber Dr. Dana Weisshaar Dr. Peter and Polly White Doug Wilkerson and Carol Wilkerson Rita Wilkinson Dr. Kate and Joseph Wilks Dr. George III and Dr. Kristi Williams Ms. Merrie C. Williams and Mr. Donald K. McCord Robert and Muriel Williams MaryAnn and Dr. Calman Winegarden Kenneth and Ann Wise Dr. Adolf and Anita Witt Bruce Wyre and Debra G. Dauer Dr. Larry Yodlowski Donald and Mary Ellen Yontz Robert Young Diane Zitzelberger Dr. Frank J. Zorick and Dr. Elizabeth I. Tietz Brian and Dennis Zorman Dr. Joel and Nancy Zrull

Gift of $300-$499

Denise Agosti Dr. John and Anne Ahern Dr. James and Candace Aldstadt Reva Allen David and Brenda Alvarado

Dr. Timothy Anders and Ana Thompson Susan Arbaugh C. Philip III and Robin Baither Elizabeth Balint Kathleen E. Barber David and Julie Barnes Michelle Bartkowiak Dr. Reemt and Joan Baumann Charles Jr. and Judy Baumgartner Lynn and Bonnie Beaumont Richard and Katherine Bensman Thomas and Susan Bibish Dr. Donald and Sandra Billmaier David and Cynthia Bishop Dr. Scott and Lori Blair Stephen and Marianne Blick Dr. Robert and Beth Blumenthal Brian and Nicole Bogner Dr. Cheryl Bolinger Dr. Robert Booth Jr. Ross Bradbury Charles and Virginia Breese Kregg Brooks Richard P. Bryan and Regina M. Amidon A. Richard and Patsy Camp Darryl Campbell Eileen Campbell Hugh and Jennifer Canelli Timothy and Amy Cassidy Dr. John S. and Dr. Angela M. Clark Eddie Cole Dr. Kenneth and Jane Collins Dr. Charles and Susan Cook David and Jennifer Cook Dr. E. Ford Crider Andrew and Linda Curtis Joseph and Alma Czerniakowski Susan Daniel Dr. Charles and Kathleen Davenport Warren Davis Judith Deis Dr. Armand and Delphine Delsemme Dr. Erik and Rachael DeLue David Dembrow Dr. Jodi and Eric Devine Arrel and Sharon Dietrich Dr. Zhan Ding and Bu Huang Anthony and Sharon DiSalle Penelope J. Duhring Dr. Michael Dvorack Michael and Louise Ehrick Victor Eicher

Lt. Col. H. Lee Jr. and Lisa Einsel Richard and Kathleen Faist James and Martha Farmer Thomas Farquer Michael Ferner and Susan Carter Thomas Fine Valerie Fine Ernest and Gertrud Fink Anne and Philip Gaines Michelle Giovanoli Rick Goheen Dr. Robert and Doris Goldman Harrold and Marilyn Goodnight Dr. Lazar Jr. and Holly Greenfield John and Margaret Grigsby Dr. Daniel Grum Gerald and Donna Guernsey Dr. William III and Barbara Gunning Scott and Melissa Hamner Catina and Jonathan Harding Eddie-Jean Harris Matthew and Michelle Harrison Prof. J. William and Mary Haskins Dr. Eric Heasley Dr. William Helwig Dr. Sheryl Herner Joseph Hickey Charles and Rosalie Hinde Charles and Ann Hodge Linda and Doug Honnold William and Elizabeth Horst James and Denise Hoskins Paul Hotmer Dr. David and Deborah Houston Dr. Serena Hu Caroline Hughes John Hughes William Hylan Diane L. Hymore Alisa Iffland Marion J. Isaac Richard and Yolanda Jackson Dr. Abraham and Christine Jacob Dr. Sathish V. and Dr. Lois B. Jetty William and Sue Johnson Richard and Shirley Joseph Luke Kajfasz and Dr. Heather Carone William and Phyllis Kaser Eugene and Mary Kasper Joseph Jr. and Cindra Keeler Roger and Joann Kennedy Dr. Gwang and Jinju Kim Tina Kinkaid Robert Knapke and Robin Oberle

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2008 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

Annual Giving-$1,000 to $4,999 Continued


Bruce Knecht Thomas Jr. and Laurie Kosek Thomas Kowalski David Kujawa James and Patricia Landrum Dr. John and Marina Lapurga Dr. Judith Lavrich Gary Leibovich Craig Leitner Dr. Kenneth and Diana Leopold Dr. Jason W. and Dr. Amy P. Levine Mary Jo Lisowski Mary Louy Peter and Kathleen Mac Ewan Dr. Michelle and Michael Masterson Thomas and Sharon May Michael and Michele McDaniel Joanne McElheney Dr. Terry and Gayle McLean Dr. Anna and Michael McMaster Michael Mikkonen and The Hon. Nancy Miller Daniel and Linda Miller Frederick and Ruth Miller Stephen M. Modell, M.D., M.S. Dr. Philip and Sally Morton George Mylander Thomas Jr. and Sue Nichols James and Cynthia Nowak Dr. James and Marsha Nowakowski Ed and Nancy Obloy Marvin Odesky Dr. Ana Maria Oyarce Walter and Carolyn Peterson Dr. Kevin A. Phelps and Dr. Kristel L. Ward Dr. Eric A. and Dr. Mary E. Pizza Dr. Edward and Donna Posluszny Linda L. Post, M.D. Dr. William Jr. and Linda Potvin Kevin and Dorene Randolph Reed and Inga Reynolds Troy Richey William and Anne Riley Dr. Randall Rodriguez Hans and Tracy Rosebrock Mark and Patricia Roth Dr. Randall J. and Dr. Anne T. Ruch William and Donna Ruse Dr. M. Steven Sager Dr. James and Margaret Sander Alan R. Sankin and Teveia R. Barnes

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Dr. Nicholas and Sandra Santilli Wes Schaub Keith and Shirley Schlender Dr. Randall Schlievert William and Virginia Schultz Margie and Jan Scotland Dr. Thomas and Janis Sharkey Donald Sharper Gregory and Patty Siegel Deana L. Sievert, M.S.N., R.N., C.N.S. Sally Signore Steven Sinay Douglas and Jennifer Smith Josef Spencer and Shanda Gore Dr. John and Barbara Spiess Dr. Michael and Connie Stark Dr. Eric and Sherri Stein Douglas Stout Barry and Mary-Jo Swartzberg Dr. Nicholas and C. Szilagye Jeffrey Tarbert and Madalyn Cafruny Stephen and Dr. Juliann Thomas Matthew and Jennifer Thourot Mark Tiller Dr. Francis and Kathleen Tinney Richard and Patricia Topper Paul Jr. and Ginny Toth Kenneth Trachsel The Hon. Mary Trimboli Fred and Mary Tschanz Frederick Jr. and Elizabeth Uhlman Larry and Kathleen Ulrich Fredrick and Sarah Vallongo Robert and Kathleen Vasquez James and Kathleen Vassar Clifton and Bobbi Vaughan Dr. Srinivasa Vemuru John Vogeli Jack and Kathleen Walsh Dr. Steven and Kristi Walter William Waltz Gerald and Ginger Warner Dr. Brian and Dr. Elizabeth A. Weaver Robert Weinman Dr. Richard and Christine Weisfelder Dr. Joseph Wells and Dr. Valerie Sorkin-Wells Robert and Virginia Wetli Larry Whiteleather Jerold and Ilene Wise William and Dianne Wisniewski Dr. Irvin and Judy Wright

Lee and Paula Wunschel Youzhi Xiong and Shaoqing Wang Larry and Delores Yetter Allan Zaenger Joseph Zerbey IV

Gift of $100-$299

Dr. Mohamad B. and Dr. Fadia Abaza Dory Abele Michelle Aberl Dr. Samir and Lucy Abu-Absi Ahmed Abushaban and Reem Abdelmalek Michael and Patricia Ackland Mitchell and Linda Adamek David and Barbara Adams Dr. James Adams Jon and Nancy Adams Charles and Sandra Adcock Dennis and Therese Addis Ralph Aderman Caroline Ades David Adler Patricia and Thomas Adler David Aemmer The Hon. Deborah Agosti Dr. Samuel N. Agubosim and Dr. Mary E. Grist Dr. Andre Aguillon Nagwa Ahlborg Rick and Elizabeth Akeman Dr. Basil Akpunonu and Dr. Elizabeth Hoffman Pamela Albright Bruce and Michele Alexander Gregory and Constance Alexander John and Christine Alexander Drew and Dr. Donna Algase Mir and Mubeen Ali Marilyn and Richard Alkire Carroll Allen Martin Allen and Kelly Burkholder-Allen S. Randy Allen Kevin and Lisa Aller Erica Allison Dr. Nancy Allison and William Walsh Jr. Robert and Suzann Allison Douglas and Jane Alspach Pamela Alspach Darrell and Jennifer Alt Duane and Patricia Alt Gene and Michelle Altenburger Dr. Carole Altier-Mousset

Dr. Bassam and Basima Amawi Ahamed and Linda Amid Dr. Tami Amiri and Richard Rosenfeld Dr. Sudhakar and Balamba Ancha Barbara Anderson and Norbert Maecker Dr. Lawrence Anderson and Ciping Huang Mary Anderson Ralph and Peggi Anderson Velitchka Andonova-Tumbev and Angel Tumbev Melvin and Nina Andrews Dr. Howard and Suzanne Ansel Marion and Penelope Antonini Ahmad Aouthmany Kevin and Jodi Appel Muriel Applebaum Dorothy Appleman James and Patricia Appold Sathish Arcot and Smitha Ramani William and Mary Aring Dr. Joyce Armstrong Kevin and Robin Armstrong Dr. Kenneth and Nancy Arndt Dr. Gaurav and Dr. Rebecca Arora Sarah and Darrin Arquette Lynn and Joan Aschliman Charles Ashley and Kathleen O’Brien Margaret and Randy Asmus Donald and Anne Atzinger Gregory and Lila Aubell Jude T. Aubry and Susan L. Martin Zach and Anne Ault Robert and Anne Aumer Destry and Ariane Austin Jennifer Avery Prof. Kenneth and Laura Bachmann Eleanor Bacon Warren Badgett Thomas Jr. and JoEllen Badik Dr. Laurence and Carol Baibak Robert and Connie Bailes Chad Baker and Eileen Sullivan Gail and Richard Baker David Balas Philip and Laura Balas Ralph and Frances Balhouse Paula and Jeffrey Ballmer John and Deborah Balser Andrew and Lynn Banachowski Richard and Luette Banachowski Vidvuds and Sharon Bandrevics

Nicholas Barakat Susan Barker Smith Kevin and Lisa Barlage Chester and Agnes Barnes Raymond Barnes Sharon Barnes Michael and Denise Barone Frank III and Nanca Bartell Lou Jr. and Bernadette Barth Joseph and Patricia Bassett David and Barbara Bauer Gregg and Lisa Bauer Kim and Nan Bayless Robert Beat Robert and Ann Beat Dr. Andrew and Suzanne Beavis Jeffery and Khristine Beck Joan Beck Pamela and Carl Beck David and Dr. Cynthia Beekley Robert Beers Dr. Maryam Beheshti Richard and Maxine Beisheim Joseph III and Sandra Belinske Alvin III and Marjorie Bell Baxter and Mary Bell Lisa and R.M. Bell Marlene Bell Dr. Roger Bell John and Joy Benedek Ronald Benedek Susan Benedek Vilma Benedek Dr. Gary and Judy Bennett Marilyn and Milton Bennett Dennis and Virginia Bennice Helen C. Benschoter Barbara Berente Dr. Jonathan Berger Dr. E. and Deborah Berkey Neil Berman Robert and Katherine Bernstein Eric and Gwen Bertok Sarah Bertram Steven and Lisa Beslity Dr. Michael and Julie Bess Thomas and Joyce Bettinger Darlene Bevelhymer Helen Bewick M. and Lakha Bhaskaran Jeffrey Bibler Robin and Nancy Bickle Thomas Biggs Dr. Catherine and William Bigler Richard Billmaier Dr. Norman and Shirley Billups Dr. Richard Bing

Abraham and Dr. Martha Birnbaum Dr. Michael and Christine Bisesi David and Lorinda Bishop Richard and Madalyn Bitter Dr. Gregory and Dr. Marianne Black Era and Dr. Simmie Blakney Frederick and Amelia Blanchard Pauline Blatt Robert and Alicja Bleile Clara Bloomer Denise Bloomfield Philip and Jahnine Blosser Steven and Roni Blue James and Tina Bodnar Jeffrey and Christine Bogart Dr. Randy and Carole Bohn Lois Bolander Daniel Bolender and Cheryl Preston-Bolender Constance Bollin Jacqueline Boney Michael Bonfiglio Scott Bonhard Paul and Mary Booher Dr. Donald Jr. and Mary Boos David and Sandra Boost Janet Booth James and Donna Born Patricia Born Anthony and Rebecca Bosch Irwin and Monica Bostwick James and Kimberly Boucher John and Anne Bourassa Jason Bourne and Dr. Ludmila Gracanin Dr. Thomas Bowers Charles and Ann Bowes M. Victoria Bowes Dr. Douglas and Debra Bowman The Hon. J. Ronald and B. Joan Bowman David and Roberta Boyer Charles and Joann Boyk Joseph Jr. and Eileen Boyle Patrick and Julie Boyle Robert Brace Milton and Olga Bracht William and Betty Brackney Dr. John and Maria Brannan James and Michele Brazeau Angela and James Brennan Jr. John and Claudette Bretzloff Dr. Marisa Brewster and Douglas McLeod Dr. Robert and Patricia Brickner

Sylvia and William Bridge Gary Briggs and Aileen Wozniak George II and Carol Brimmer David and Erika Brinkel

Jerry and Jennifer Bupp Ashley Burgess Leroy and Janice Burguard Tod and Nancy Burhans

George Jr. and Amelia Brinkman Dr. Judith Brissette Dr. Ralph and Mary Brockett Terry and Carol Brockett Dale and Jean Brose Robert Brose Susan Brotje Daniel and Nancy Brown Dr. Davina Brown Edsel Brown Jr. Janis Brown Judith Brown Willard Jr. and Maragret Brown Dennis and Patricia Brudzinski Barbara Bruggeman Barbara and John Bruning Mary Brunkhorst Jacquelyn Bruno Michael and Renee Bruno Carl and Shirley Bruns Craig and Carol Bruns James and Shirley Brunskill Ashel Bryan Carl and Laraine Brywczynski Julie Buczkowski Daniel Buehner Dr. Alice and Victor Buencamino Jean and John Buerkle Barbara Bunn Phillips

Christopher Burmeister Brian and Tracey Burns Dorothy Byers Dr. Charles Byram Ms. Susan E. Byrne and Mr. Stephen W. Straub Bernard Jr. and Joyce Byrum John T. Cairns Donald and Alice Calabrese Michael and Debra Calabrese Lynn and Brad Calaway Dr. Stanley and Betty Calhoun Dr. Sean and Kathryn Callahan Michael and Cynthia Calvin Frank Jr. and Patricia Camloh Dr. Gregory and Amy Cammell Kevin and Debra Canino Dr. Guy and Kathleen Capaldo Christopher Caputo Mary and David Caracci Harry Jr. and Stephanie Carey James and Deborah Carlisle Dr. Dosia Carlson Dr. Judith Carlson Dr. Kristin Carlson Robert Carlson George and Kelly Carlyle Michael and Marie Carone Jamie and Brandon Carothers

2008 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

Annual Giving-$300 to $499 Continued

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Bruce Knecht Thomas Jr. and Laurie Kosek Thomas Kowalski David Kujawa James and Patricia Landrum Dr. John and Marina Lapurga Dr. Judith Lavrich Gary Leibovich Craig Leitner Dr. Kenneth and Diana Leopold Dr. Jason W. and Dr. Amy P. Levine Mary Jo Lisowski Mary Louy Peter and Kathleen Mac Ewan Dr. Michelle and Michael Masterson Thomas and Sharon May Michael and Michele McDaniel Joanne McElheney Dr. Terry and Gayle McLean Dr. Anna and Michael McMaster Michael Mikkonen and The Hon. Nancy Miller Daniel and Linda Miller Frederick and Ruth Miller Stephen M. Modell, M.D., M.S. Dr. Philip and Sally Morton George Mylander Thomas Jr. and Sue Nichols James and Cynthia Nowak Dr. James and Marsha Nowakowski Ed and Nancy Obloy Marvin Odesky Dr. Ana Maria Oyarce Walter and Carolyn Peterson Dr. Kevin A. Phelps and Dr. Kristel L. Ward Dr. Eric A. and Dr. Mary E. Pizza Dr. Edward and Donna Posluszny Linda L. Post, M.D. Dr. William Jr. and Linda Potvin Kevin and Dorene Randolph Reed and Inga Reynolds Troy Richey William and Anne Riley Dr. Randall Rodriguez Hans and Tracy Rosebrock Mark and Patricia Roth Dr. Randall J. and Dr. Anne T. Ruch William and Donna Ruse Dr. M. Steven Sager Dr. James and Margaret Sander Alan R. Sankin and Teveia R. Barnes

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Dr. Nicholas and Sandra Santilli Wes Schaub Keith and Shirley Schlender Dr. Randall Schlievert William and Virginia Schultz Margie and Jan Scotland Dr. Thomas and Janis Sharkey Donald Sharper Gregory and Patty Siegel Deana L. Sievert, M.S.N., R.N., C.N.S. Sally Signore Steven Sinay Douglas and Jennifer Smith Josef Spencer and Shanda Gore Dr. John and Barbara Spiess Dr. Michael and Connie Stark Dr. Eric and Sherri Stein Douglas Stout Barry and Mary-Jo Swartzberg Dr. Nicholas and C. Szilagye Jeffrey Tarbert and Madalyn Cafruny Stephen and Dr. Juliann Thomas Matthew and Jennifer Thourot Mark Tiller Dr. Francis and Kathleen Tinney Richard and Patricia Topper Paul Jr. and Ginny Toth Kenneth Trachsel The Hon. Mary Trimboli Fred and Mary Tschanz Frederick Jr. and Elizabeth Uhlman Larry and Kathleen Ulrich Fredrick and Sarah Vallongo Robert and Kathleen Vasquez James and Kathleen Vassar Clifton and Bobbi Vaughan Dr. Srinivasa Vemuru John Vogeli Jack and Kathleen Walsh Dr. Steven and Kristi Walter William Waltz Gerald and Ginger Warner Dr. Brian and Dr. Elizabeth A. Weaver Robert Weinman Dr. Richard and Christine Weisfelder Dr. Joseph Wells and Dr. Valerie Sorkin-Wells Robert and Virginia Wetli Larry Whiteleather Jerold and Ilene Wise William and Dianne Wisniewski Dr. Irvin and Judy Wright

Lee and Paula Wunschel Youzhi Xiong and Shaoqing Wang Larry and Delores Yetter Allan Zaenger Joseph Zerbey IV

Gift of $100-$299

Dr. Mohamad B. and Dr. Fadia Abaza Dory Abele Michelle Aberl Dr. Samir and Lucy Abu-Absi Ahmed Abushaban and Reem Abdelmalek Michael and Patricia Ackland Mitchell and Linda Adamek David and Barbara Adams Dr. James Adams Jon and Nancy Adams Charles and Sandra Adcock Dennis and Therese Addis Ralph Aderman Caroline Ades David Adler Patricia and Thomas Adler David Aemmer The Hon. Deborah Agosti Dr. Samuel N. Agubosim and Dr. Mary E. Grist Dr. Andre Aguillon Nagwa Ahlborg Rick and Elizabeth Akeman Dr. Basil Akpunonu and Dr. Elizabeth Hoffman Pamela Albright Bruce and Michele Alexander Gregory and Constance Alexander John and Christine Alexander Drew and Dr. Donna Algase Mir and Mubeen Ali Marilyn and Richard Alkire Carroll Allen Martin Allen and Kelly Burkholder-Allen S. Randy Allen Kevin and Lisa Aller Erica Allison Dr. Nancy Allison and William Walsh Jr. Robert and Suzann Allison Douglas and Jane Alspach Pamela Alspach Darrell and Jennifer Alt Duane and Patricia Alt Gene and Michelle Altenburger Dr. Carole Altier-Mousset

Dr. Bassam and Basima Amawi Ahamed and Linda Amid Dr. Tami Amiri and Richard Rosenfeld Dr. Sudhakar and Balamba Ancha Barbara Anderson and Norbert Maecker Dr. Lawrence Anderson and Ciping Huang Mary Anderson Ralph and Peggi Anderson Velitchka Andonova-Tumbev and Angel Tumbev Melvin and Nina Andrews Dr. Howard and Suzanne Ansel Marion and Penelope Antonini Ahmad Aouthmany Kevin and Jodi Appel Muriel Applebaum Dorothy Appleman James and Patricia Appold Sathish Arcot and Smitha Ramani William and Mary Aring Dr. Joyce Armstrong Kevin and Robin Armstrong Dr. Kenneth and Nancy Arndt Dr. Gaurav and Dr. Rebecca Arora Sarah and Darrin Arquette Lynn and Joan Aschliman Charles Ashley and Kathleen O’Brien Margaret and Randy Asmus Donald and Anne Atzinger Gregory and Lila Aubell Jude T. Aubry and Susan L. Martin Zach and Anne Ault Robert and Anne Aumer Destry and Ariane Austin Jennifer Avery Prof. Kenneth and Laura Bachmann Eleanor Bacon Warren Badgett Thomas Jr. and JoEllen Badik Dr. Laurence and Carol Baibak Robert and Connie Bailes Chad Baker and Eileen Sullivan Gail and Richard Baker David Balas Philip and Laura Balas Ralph and Frances Balhouse Paula and Jeffrey Ballmer John and Deborah Balser Andrew and Lynn Banachowski Richard and Luette Banachowski Vidvuds and Sharon Bandrevics

Nicholas Barakat Susan Barker Smith Kevin and Lisa Barlage Chester and Agnes Barnes Raymond Barnes Sharon Barnes Michael and Denise Barone Frank III and Nanca Bartell Lou Jr. and Bernadette Barth Joseph and Patricia Bassett David and Barbara Bauer Gregg and Lisa Bauer Kim and Nan Bayless Robert Beat Robert and Ann Beat Dr. Andrew and Suzanne Beavis Jeffery and Khristine Beck Joan Beck Pamela and Carl Beck David and Dr. Cynthia Beekley Robert Beers Dr. Maryam Beheshti Richard and Maxine Beisheim Joseph III and Sandra Belinske Alvin III and Marjorie Bell Baxter and Mary Bell Lisa and R.M. Bell Marlene Bell Dr. Roger Bell John and Joy Benedek Ronald Benedek Susan Benedek Vilma Benedek Dr. Gary and Judy Bennett Marilyn and Milton Bennett Dennis and Virginia Bennice Helen C. Benschoter Barbara Berente Dr. Jonathan Berger Dr. E. and Deborah Berkey Neil Berman Robert and Katherine Bernstein Eric and Gwen Bertok Sarah Bertram Steven and Lisa Beslity Dr. Michael and Julie Bess Thomas and Joyce Bettinger Darlene Bevelhymer Helen Bewick M. and Lakha Bhaskaran Jeffrey Bibler Robin and Nancy Bickle Thomas Biggs Dr. Catherine and William Bigler Richard Billmaier Dr. Norman and Shirley Billups Dr. Richard Bing

Abraham and Dr. Martha Birnbaum Dr. Michael and Christine Bisesi David and Lorinda Bishop Richard and Madalyn Bitter Dr. Gregory and Dr. Marianne Black Era and Dr. Simmie Blakney Frederick and Amelia Blanchard Pauline Blatt Robert and Alicja Bleile Clara Bloomer Denise Bloomfield Philip and Jahnine Blosser Steven and Roni Blue James and Tina Bodnar Jeffrey and Christine Bogart Dr. Randy and Carole Bohn Lois Bolander Daniel Bolender and Cheryl Preston-Bolender Constance Bollin Jacqueline Boney Michael Bonfiglio Scott Bonhard Paul and Mary Booher Dr. Donald Jr. and Mary Boos David and Sandra Boost Janet Booth James and Donna Born Patricia Born Anthony and Rebecca Bosch Irwin and Monica Bostwick James and Kimberly Boucher John and Anne Bourassa Jason Bourne and Dr. Ludmila Gracanin Dr. Thomas Bowers Charles and Ann Bowes M. Victoria Bowes Dr. Douglas and Debra Bowman The Hon. J. Ronald and B. Joan Bowman David and Roberta Boyer Charles and Joann Boyk Joseph Jr. and Eileen Boyle Patrick and Julie Boyle Robert Brace Milton and Olga Bracht William and Betty Brackney Dr. John and Maria Brannan James and Michele Brazeau Angela and James Brennan Jr. John and Claudette Bretzloff Dr. Marisa Brewster and Douglas McLeod Dr. Robert and Patricia Brickner

Sylvia and William Bridge Gary Briggs and Aileen Wozniak George II and Carol Brimmer David and Erika Brinkel

Jerry and Jennifer Bupp Ashley Burgess Leroy and Janice Burguard Tod and Nancy Burhans

George Jr. and Amelia Brinkman Dr. Judith Brissette Dr. Ralph and Mary Brockett Terry and Carol Brockett Dale and Jean Brose Robert Brose Susan Brotje Daniel and Nancy Brown Dr. Davina Brown Edsel Brown Jr. Janis Brown Judith Brown Willard Jr. and Maragret Brown Dennis and Patricia Brudzinski Barbara Bruggeman Barbara and John Bruning Mary Brunkhorst Jacquelyn Bruno Michael and Renee Bruno Carl and Shirley Bruns Craig and Carol Bruns James and Shirley Brunskill Ashel Bryan Carl and Laraine Brywczynski Julie Buczkowski Daniel Buehner Dr. Alice and Victor Buencamino Jean and John Buerkle Barbara Bunn Phillips

Christopher Burmeister Brian and Tracey Burns Dorothy Byers Dr. Charles Byram Ms. Susan E. Byrne and Mr. Stephen W. Straub Bernard Jr. and Joyce Byrum John T. Cairns Donald and Alice Calabrese Michael and Debra Calabrese Lynn and Brad Calaway Dr. Stanley and Betty Calhoun Dr. Sean and Kathryn Callahan Michael and Cynthia Calvin Frank Jr. and Patricia Camloh Dr. Gregory and Amy Cammell Kevin and Debra Canino Dr. Guy and Kathleen Capaldo Christopher Caputo Mary and David Caracci Harry Jr. and Stephanie Carey James and Deborah Carlisle Dr. Dosia Carlson Dr. Judith Carlson Dr. Kristin Carlson Robert Carlson George and Kelly Carlyle Michael and Marie Carone Jamie and Brandon Carothers

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2008 Annual Report

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Art and Georgia Carr The Hon. James Carr and Dr. Eileen Carr Mr. Michael L. Carson and Ms. Thu Thi Do Julianne Carsone Dr. James and Cecilia Case

Thomas and Beverly Cholley Dr. Gabriel and Marie Chouchani Dr. John and Alexandra Chrysochoos Peter and Mary Chudyk Richard and Karen Cieslewski Joseph and Saundra Ciliberto

Robert and Lisa Case Adolf Casillas James and Suzanne Casper Frances Cassell Michael and Nora Cassidy Michael and Kathleen Cassidy Dr. Santiago Castillo Jr. and Edna Santiago Edward and Pat Caswall John Cauffiel Dr. Deanna Cedargren Roger and Cynthia Cedoz Dr. Lachman and Nancy Chablani Charles and Charlotte Chambers Huan-Kun and Angi Chang Dr. Tienchen and Mary Chang Kevin and Jeanne Chapkovich Dr. Keith D. Wisecarver and Dr. Diana M. Chen Wei Chen Theodore Cheney The Hon. Michael and Dorothy Cherry Richard Jr. and Rebecca Chesko Nellie Chick Dr. Unmesh Chinte

Michael and Terry Citti Amy Clark La’Toya Clark Patricia and Dr. Paul Clark Thomas and Cecelia Clarke Gail Claucherty Dr. John D. Clay and Dr. Kristy S. Clay Dr. Bradley D. and Dr. Sonya S. Clifford Karen Cline Lt. Col. Mark and Kathryn Coakwell Jeanne Coates James Jr. and Mariza Cobb Raymond III and Devonda Cobb David and Laurie Cody Emmanuel Cole Dennis and Nancy Coleman Dr. Ronald and Rochelle Coleman Michael Collesano Stanley and Marguerite Collesano Dr. Annette Collier Steven Collier Joseph Collins

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Valerie and Paul Collins Peggy Colombo Penny and Edward Colon Selma Colony Dr. Alvin and Mary Compaan Jeff and Bridget Concepcion Frederick and Faith Conklin Dr. Alfred Connors Jr. and Mildred Lam Molly Connors Thomas and Janet Conomy Michael Conti Dr. Lawrence Jr. and Christine Conway Larry Cook Kenneth and Eloise Cookson Steven Cooley Dr. Robert and Kathleen Coombs Sarah Cooney Richard Cordrey George and Kathleen Coriden Amy Carron-Power and Joseph Power Christopher Costantini Vincent Jr. and Connie Coughlin Matthew Cousino Robert Coutts Michael and Karen Couturier C. Craig and Susan Covrett Alan and Tracy Cox Joseph and Yvonne Coyle Melissa Crabtree John and Mary Crandall Phillip and Ruth Crary Michael and Kimberly Crawfis Donald Crawford and Susan Lundal Nancy Crawford Robert and Deborah Creamer James and Roxann Crisp Dr. James and Patricia Croak Lawrence J. Crochier, M.D. Anthony and Ardella Croci James Crosby and Dr. Mary Gombash Dr. Richard and Andrea Croskery Thomas and Gail Croskey Thomas and Smorn Crossen Kenneth and Jean Crothers Jason Crow Ronald and Marilyn Crum Clarence Cubbedge Sharon Culianos Julia Cumiskey Marceal Cummings Daniel and Christine Cunningham

Michael II and Kristin Cunningham Thomas and Rosemare Curdes James and Victoria Curley Diana and James Curran Dr. David and Karen Custodio Raymond Czerniakowski Brent and Olivia Dacre Dean and Brooke DaHinden Richard and Dorothea Dail Edwin Damschroder Dr. Samuel and Jenna Dandar Harold and Evelyn Danowitz Shawn Darr Stephen Koder and Denise Dartt Robert and Donna Daunt Dr. Kent and Catherine Dauterman Mark and Norma David Albert and Lenora Davies James Davies Dr. Angela and Andrew Davis Gabrielle Davis Dr. Keevin R. and Dr. Denise J. Davis Martin and Harriet Davis Roger and Mimi Davis Ronald and Dianne Davis Thomas and Donna Dawson Billie Day Elizabeth Day Dixie Dean Kathleen Deanda Warren Dedich D. Louise Deis Robert Deis Patrick and Patricia Delaney Marianne and Mark DeLay Dr. Jess and Kelley Demaria David and Barbara Dent William Jr. and Judith De Sana Lance and Joanne Detrick Warren Dettinger James and Michelle Devantier Dr. T. C. and Dr. Sandra L. Deveny Benjamin DeVilling Thomas Devoe Peter Dewhirst and Lisa Baer-Dewhirst Donald Dewitt Evan and Carol Diamond Donald and Betty Dick Hak and Janice Dickenson Michael and Mary Dicker Patricia and Thomas Dickey

Leroy Diehl Marc DiGregorio Sr. Steven and Jill Diller Dr. George and Anna Dilts Dr. Laurie and Douglas Dinnebeil Frank and Darien DiPiero David and Karen DiPofi Crystal Dixon Sheila Doles Richard Dolins Dr. Leslie and Dr. Teresita Domini David and Theresa Domzal Craig Donaldson The Hon. Charles and Lera Doneghy Margaret Donlan John and Nancy Donnelly Dr. James Donovan Jr. Michael and Sarna Dorf Al Dorof and Nina Mulrooney Adel Doss Denise Doss Monique Doss Sami Doss Martin and Diana Dow Mark and Dorcel Dowdell Dr. Patrick and Anne Dowling Robert and Roxie Dowling Leroy Jr. and Jerrilyn Drake Stephen and Sandra Drake Timothy Drakeford Noah and Alana Dray Jennifer Drayton Gregory and Deborah Dredge Marsha Drees Jason and Dr. Monica Drefahl Paul Dreibelbis Wolfgang and Lynne Drescher Richard and Suzanne Drewes David and Agatha Drury Dr. Joseph and Marilyn Dubielak Mark and Cherie Dubuc Steve Duda and Lynda Dolgin-Duda James and Diane Dudenhoefer Lillian Duffy Stephen and Jean Dukes Dr. John Dumot and Dr. Kimberly Hollandsworth Gerald and Marsha Dunaway Larry and Sandra Dunbar Harry and Ruth Dunholter Gary Dunn Owen Jr. and Elaine Dunn Terry Dunn Dr. Herman Dunseith

Dr. Teresa Dunsworth and Hugh Palmer Jr. Edwin Durivage Darlene and Arnold Duseberg Elizabeth Dyke Ruth Dykstra Nancy Dziad Michael and Tara Dzienny Carolyn Eaton Dr. Timothy Eaton Douglas and Mary Eble Michael H. Ebner Phillip and Dr. Jane Eckert Dr. Tim and Dale Eckstein Robert Eddie Dr. Frederick Edie Mr. Lavelle Edmondson and Mrs. Claire Edmondson Jack and Chonki Edwards Jason Edwards and April Bishop Jon and Julie Edwards Cynthia Edwards-Tuttle and Scott Tuttle Richard and Susanne Ehmann John and Irene Ehrmin Jeffrey and Leah Eiden Jeffery and Lori Eischen Mildred Eisele Karen Ellentuck Kathryn and David Ellis Dr. Jane Emerick and Dana Burke Albert III and Doreen Engel Janet and Thomas Eppard Paul D. Epstein and Barbara S. Sayers Mary Erard Thomas and Maureen Escott Michael and Kathleen Essi Stanley and Barbara Evans Paul III and Kimberly Ewing Michael Fabec Alan and Ellen Fabricant Carol Fadell William and Janet Fahrenbruck Michele and Michael Falbo Robert and Carol Falke Dwight and Corinne Faris Dr. James and Gail Farison Daniel and Kathryn Farkas Dick and Kathryn Farmer Shane Farolino Dr. Charles and Lee Ann Farrar Dr. Patrick Fay and Dr. Lisa J. Fay Steven Federman Gregory and Nancy Fehn Stephen Fein and Denise Miller Dr. Marc Feldman

Chris Felix Dr. Jon Fellers Dr. Timothy Feltes and Tami Knight Thomas Ferguson Thomas and Barbara Ferkovic Dr. Susan Ferritto and John Szpak Dr. Rex and Dorothy Figy Irving and Beatrice Fink Philip and Tina Fink John and Jane Finn Thomas and Deborah Finn Theodore and Holly Finnarn Paul and Christine Fischer Donald Fish Leslie and Jane Fisher Timothy and Katharine Fisher Trent and Mary Fisher Vincent Fisher Richard and Betsy Fitzgerald Dr. Alan and Susan Flaschner John and Lynne Fletcher Ms. Barbara L. Floyd and Mr. William L. Little Kent and Yuko Folgate Dr. Richard and Sue Folk Dr. Mary Ann Fontanarosa Bradley and Deborah Ford Dr. Robert and Ruth Forman Thomas and Margaret Forquer Jennifer Foster Thomas Jr. and Joan Fought Darrell Fox Robert III and Kristi Fox Dr. Clayton A. Francis and Dr. Ann E. Ellis Dr. James and M. Susan Frank Donald Sr. and Caroline Fraser Dr. William and Geralyn Frederick Dr. Robert Fredrick Charles and Jacqueline Freed Jon Freed Patricia Freeman Paul and Janet Freeman Richard Freeman and Elaine Murphy Dr. Diana French David Friedes Lori Friedes Dr. Robert Friess Jayme Fronk Cynthia Fruge-Porter Bret and Beth Fry Jay Fryman Florence and James Fuerst Randy Fugate and Dr. Beth White

Linda Furlough and Daniel Rainey Robert Gaecke and Nancy Smith Renoir and Dr. Caroline Gaither Michael and Judith Galeano David and Carolyn Galliers Phyllis Gallo Kent and The Hon. June Galvin Jeff Garber Robert and Joyce Garber M. Catherine and Dennis Feehan Thomas Garey and Barbara Horvath Steven and Patricia Garn Dr. Paul Jr. and Roberta Garrett Timothy and Theresa Garris Clarence Jr. and Mary Gartz John and Gina Garwood Dr. Bruce and Donna Gastineau Wayne and Vicki Gates Amy Gazard Joseph and Lois Gdowski Gerard and Cynthia Gecik Brenda Geiger Dr. Douglas Geiger and Marilyn Bischoff Geiger William Gentile Cheryl George Dr. Thomas and Carol Geracioti Jeni Gerber James and Lucy Gerlach Joanne Gernheuser Cole and Cheryl Gerstner Gergory and Rose Geswein John and Maria Giangrande Cathleen Gibbons Jon Gibbs and Carolyn Salzmann Robert Gibson Norman and Jane Giddan Peter and Janice Gierer William and Janet Giha Charlene Gilbert James and Jane Gilbert Jay and Sharon Gilchrist Becky and Gary Gill Harry P. Gill and Victoria M. Desmarais Ted and Patricia Gillespie Michael and Joann Gilsdorf Craig and Lynne Gilt Dr. Stephen and Kathryn Ginn Harvey and Lois Ginsburg Dr. Mark and Shelley Ginsburg Patsy Girkins Dr. Andrew and Julie Glassman John Glen Dr. Paul and Theresa Glen

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2008 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

Annual Giving-$100 to $299 Continued


Art and Georgia Carr The Hon. James Carr and Dr. Eileen Carr Mr. Michael L. Carson and Ms. Thu Thi Do Julianne Carsone Dr. James and Cecilia Case

Thomas and Beverly Cholley Dr. Gabriel and Marie Chouchani Dr. John and Alexandra Chrysochoos Peter and Mary Chudyk Richard and Karen Cieslewski Joseph and Saundra Ciliberto

Robert and Lisa Case Adolf Casillas James and Suzanne Casper Frances Cassell Michael and Nora Cassidy Michael and Kathleen Cassidy Dr. Santiago Castillo Jr. and Edna Santiago Edward and Pat Caswall John Cauffiel Dr. Deanna Cedargren Roger and Cynthia Cedoz Dr. Lachman and Nancy Chablani Charles and Charlotte Chambers Huan-Kun and Angi Chang Dr. Tienchen and Mary Chang Kevin and Jeanne Chapkovich Dr. Keith D. Wisecarver and Dr. Diana M. Chen Wei Chen Theodore Cheney The Hon. Michael and Dorothy Cherry Richard Jr. and Rebecca Chesko Nellie Chick Dr. Unmesh Chinte

Michael and Terry Citti Amy Clark La’Toya Clark Patricia and Dr. Paul Clark Thomas and Cecelia Clarke Gail Claucherty Dr. John D. Clay and Dr. Kristy S. Clay Dr. Bradley D. and Dr. Sonya S. Clifford Karen Cline Lt. Col. Mark and Kathryn Coakwell Jeanne Coates James Jr. and Mariza Cobb Raymond III and Devonda Cobb David and Laurie Cody Emmanuel Cole Dennis and Nancy Coleman Dr. Ronald and Rochelle Coleman Michael Collesano Stanley and Marguerite Collesano Dr. Annette Collier Steven Collier Joseph Collins

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Valerie and Paul Collins Peggy Colombo Penny and Edward Colon Selma Colony Dr. Alvin and Mary Compaan Jeff and Bridget Concepcion Frederick and Faith Conklin Dr. Alfred Connors Jr. and Mildred Lam Molly Connors Thomas and Janet Conomy Michael Conti Dr. Lawrence Jr. and Christine Conway Larry Cook Kenneth and Eloise Cookson Steven Cooley Dr. Robert and Kathleen Coombs Sarah Cooney Richard Cordrey George and Kathleen Coriden Amy Carron-Power and Joseph Power Christopher Costantini Vincent Jr. and Connie Coughlin Matthew Cousino Robert Coutts Michael and Karen Couturier C. Craig and Susan Covrett Alan and Tracy Cox Joseph and Yvonne Coyle Melissa Crabtree John and Mary Crandall Phillip and Ruth Crary Michael and Kimberly Crawfis Donald Crawford and Susan Lundal Nancy Crawford Robert and Deborah Creamer James and Roxann Crisp Dr. James and Patricia Croak Lawrence J. Crochier, M.D. Anthony and Ardella Croci James Crosby and Dr. Mary Gombash Dr. Richard and Andrea Croskery Thomas and Gail Croskey Thomas and Smorn Crossen Kenneth and Jean Crothers Jason Crow Ronald and Marilyn Crum Clarence Cubbedge Sharon Culianos Julia Cumiskey Marceal Cummings Daniel and Christine Cunningham

Michael II and Kristin Cunningham Thomas and Rosemare Curdes James and Victoria Curley Diana and James Curran Dr. David and Karen Custodio Raymond Czerniakowski Brent and Olivia Dacre Dean and Brooke DaHinden Richard and Dorothea Dail Edwin Damschroder Dr. Samuel and Jenna Dandar Harold and Evelyn Danowitz Shawn Darr Stephen Koder and Denise Dartt Robert and Donna Daunt Dr. Kent and Catherine Dauterman Mark and Norma David Albert and Lenora Davies James Davies Dr. Angela and Andrew Davis Gabrielle Davis Dr. Keevin R. and Dr. Denise J. Davis Martin and Harriet Davis Roger and Mimi Davis Ronald and Dianne Davis Thomas and Donna Dawson Billie Day Elizabeth Day Dixie Dean Kathleen Deanda Warren Dedich D. Louise Deis Robert Deis Patrick and Patricia Delaney Marianne and Mark DeLay Dr. Jess and Kelley Demaria David and Barbara Dent William Jr. and Judith De Sana Lance and Joanne Detrick Warren Dettinger James and Michelle Devantier Dr. T. C. and Dr. Sandra L. Deveny Benjamin DeVilling Thomas Devoe Peter Dewhirst and Lisa Baer-Dewhirst Donald Dewitt Evan and Carol Diamond Donald and Betty Dick Hak and Janice Dickenson Michael and Mary Dicker Patricia and Thomas Dickey

Leroy Diehl Marc DiGregorio Sr. Steven and Jill Diller Dr. George and Anna Dilts Dr. Laurie and Douglas Dinnebeil Frank and Darien DiPiero David and Karen DiPofi Crystal Dixon Sheila Doles Richard Dolins Dr. Leslie and Dr. Teresita Domini David and Theresa Domzal Craig Donaldson The Hon. Charles and Lera Doneghy Margaret Donlan John and Nancy Donnelly Dr. James Donovan Jr. Michael and Sarna Dorf Al Dorof and Nina Mulrooney Adel Doss Denise Doss Monique Doss Sami Doss Martin and Diana Dow Mark and Dorcel Dowdell Dr. Patrick and Anne Dowling Robert and Roxie Dowling Leroy Jr. and Jerrilyn Drake Stephen and Sandra Drake Timothy Drakeford Noah and Alana Dray Jennifer Drayton Gregory and Deborah Dredge Marsha Drees Jason and Dr. Monica Drefahl Paul Dreibelbis Wolfgang and Lynne Drescher Richard and Suzanne Drewes David and Agatha Drury Dr. Joseph and Marilyn Dubielak Mark and Cherie Dubuc Steve Duda and Lynda Dolgin-Duda James and Diane Dudenhoefer Lillian Duffy Stephen and Jean Dukes Dr. John Dumot and Dr. Kimberly Hollandsworth Gerald and Marsha Dunaway Larry and Sandra Dunbar Harry and Ruth Dunholter Gary Dunn Owen Jr. and Elaine Dunn Terry Dunn Dr. Herman Dunseith

Dr. Teresa Dunsworth and Hugh Palmer Jr. Edwin Durivage Darlene and Arnold Duseberg Elizabeth Dyke Ruth Dykstra Nancy Dziad Michael and Tara Dzienny Carolyn Eaton Dr. Timothy Eaton Douglas and Mary Eble Michael H. Ebner Phillip and Dr. Jane Eckert Dr. Tim and Dale Eckstein Robert Eddie Dr. Frederick Edie Mr. Lavelle Edmondson and Mrs. Claire Edmondson Jack and Chonki Edwards Jason Edwards and April Bishop Jon and Julie Edwards Cynthia Edwards-Tuttle and Scott Tuttle Richard and Susanne Ehmann John and Irene Ehrmin Jeffrey and Leah Eiden Jeffery and Lori Eischen Mildred Eisele Karen Ellentuck Kathryn and David Ellis Dr. Jane Emerick and Dana Burke Albert III and Doreen Engel Janet and Thomas Eppard Paul D. Epstein and Barbara S. Sayers Mary Erard Thomas and Maureen Escott Michael and Kathleen Essi Stanley and Barbara Evans Paul III and Kimberly Ewing Michael Fabec Alan and Ellen Fabricant Carol Fadell William and Janet Fahrenbruck Michele and Michael Falbo Robert and Carol Falke Dwight and Corinne Faris Dr. James and Gail Farison Daniel and Kathryn Farkas Dick and Kathryn Farmer Shane Farolino Dr. Charles and Lee Ann Farrar Dr. Patrick Fay and Dr. Lisa J. Fay Steven Federman Gregory and Nancy Fehn Stephen Fein and Denise Miller Dr. Marc Feldman

Chris Felix Dr. Jon Fellers Dr. Timothy Feltes and Tami Knight Thomas Ferguson Thomas and Barbara Ferkovic Dr. Susan Ferritto and John Szpak Dr. Rex and Dorothy Figy Irving and Beatrice Fink Philip and Tina Fink John and Jane Finn Thomas and Deborah Finn Theodore and Holly Finnarn Paul and Christine Fischer Donald Fish Leslie and Jane Fisher Timothy and Katharine Fisher Trent and Mary Fisher Vincent Fisher Richard and Betsy Fitzgerald Dr. Alan and Susan Flaschner John and Lynne Fletcher Ms. Barbara L. Floyd and Mr. William L. Little Kent and Yuko Folgate Dr. Richard and Sue Folk Dr. Mary Ann Fontanarosa Bradley and Deborah Ford Dr. Robert and Ruth Forman Thomas and Margaret Forquer Jennifer Foster Thomas Jr. and Joan Fought Darrell Fox Robert III and Kristi Fox Dr. Clayton A. Francis and Dr. Ann E. Ellis Dr. James and M. Susan Frank Donald Sr. and Caroline Fraser Dr. William and Geralyn Frederick Dr. Robert Fredrick Charles and Jacqueline Freed Jon Freed Patricia Freeman Paul and Janet Freeman Richard Freeman and Elaine Murphy Dr. Diana French David Friedes Lori Friedes Dr. Robert Friess Jayme Fronk Cynthia Fruge-Porter Bret and Beth Fry Jay Fryman Florence and James Fuerst Randy Fugate and Dr. Beth White

Linda Furlough and Daniel Rainey Robert Gaecke and Nancy Smith Renoir and Dr. Caroline Gaither Michael and Judith Galeano David and Carolyn Galliers Phyllis Gallo Kent and The Hon. June Galvin Jeff Garber Robert and Joyce Garber M. Catherine and Dennis Feehan Thomas Garey and Barbara Horvath Steven and Patricia Garn Dr. Paul Jr. and Roberta Garrett Timothy and Theresa Garris Clarence Jr. and Mary Gartz John and Gina Garwood Dr. Bruce and Donna Gastineau Wayne and Vicki Gates Amy Gazard Joseph and Lois Gdowski Gerard and Cynthia Gecik Brenda Geiger Dr. Douglas Geiger and Marilyn Bischoff Geiger William Gentile Cheryl George Dr. Thomas and Carol Geracioti Jeni Gerber James and Lucy Gerlach Joanne Gernheuser Cole and Cheryl Gerstner Gergory and Rose Geswein John and Maria Giangrande Cathleen Gibbons Jon Gibbs and Carolyn Salzmann Robert Gibson Norman and Jane Giddan Peter and Janice Gierer William and Janet Giha Charlene Gilbert James and Jane Gilbert Jay and Sharon Gilchrist Becky and Gary Gill Harry P. Gill and Victoria M. Desmarais Ted and Patricia Gillespie Michael and Joann Gilsdorf Craig and Lynne Gilt Dr. Stephen and Kathryn Ginn Harvey and Lois Ginsburg Dr. Mark and Shelley Ginsburg Patsy Girkins Dr. Andrew and Julie Glassman John Glen Dr. Paul and Theresa Glen

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2008 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

Annual Giving-$100 to $299 Continued


Dr. Carrie Gless Ronald and Joann Glick Virgil and Marilyn Goetz Barbara Goldberg Brian and Robin Goldberg Gary and Jill Goldberg Joseph and Marcia Goldberg Mark and Mark Goldberg Dr. Edward and Dr. Mary B. Goldberger Russell and Barbara Gorsha Damian and Jenny Gosheff Davina Gosnell Jennifer and Jonathan Gothard Dr. Johan Gottgens Arnold Gottlieb and Dr. Carol Loeffler Dr. Marc Gottlieb Dr. David Grabeman Richard Gradel Dr. Russell and Amy Graff Dr. Jeffrey and Teresa Gramling John and Audrey Gramling Dr. Paul and Karen Granata Margaret Grant Dr. Mary Grant Robert and Dr. Geordie Grant Dr. Gary and Cheri Gray Jennifer Gray Sandra Gray Glenn and Marilyn Graybill Cynthia and Frank Grbavcich Jeffrey Green and Nora Pasman-Green Tim and Patricia Green Deborah and Brian Greenberg Dr. Larrie and Joyce Greenberg Eric and Cheryl Greenly Dr. Margaret Greer Gary and Lisa Grego Michael and Leah Greif Ken and Cindy Grey Russell and Colleen Griesmer Gerald and Linda Griffith Rick and Judy Griffiths Elizabeth Griggs Russell and JoAnn Grohnke Vicki Groo Dr. Michael and Helen Grossman Dr. Matthew and Elizabeth Grothaus Judith Grounds Zhong Gu and Junwen Wang Edward Guerra Roberto Guerra Joyce and Dr. Michael Guinness

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Dr. Hua Guo and Dr. Qian-Yun Zhang Dr. Ashish Gupta Barry and Lori Guthrie Linda and James Gutting Dr. Joanne Guyton-Simmons and Alan Simmons Susan and James Gwinn Dr. Robert and Lisa Gwyther David Haase Elias and Elizabeth Haddad Thomas and Geraldine Hadley Robert and Julie Hagele Labib and Karyn Hajjar Jeanne Halada Nancy Haldeman and Walt Jordan Elizabeth Hall Dr. Robert and Leann Hall Fadi and Sawsan Hamadeh Joseph and Margaret Hamel John Hamilton III and Patricia Cortelyou Richard and Nancy Hamilton Dr. Joseph and Rosemary Hampton Paul and Sandra Hancock Michael and Aimee Hanf Paul and Marilyn Hankins Peter Hankish Harold III and Kathy Hanley Sharon Hanna Joel and Becky Hansen Dr. Robert and Nancy Hansen Barbara Hanson Daniel Hanson Jr. Richard and Gail Hanson Jerry and Carol Harms Dr. Charles and Ann Harrison Richard and Judith Harrison The Hon. Shelly and Bill Harsha Charles and Nancy Harste Jack and Sophie Hart Dr. Roxanne Hart-Cech and Russell Cech Edwin and Loretta Harwood Norman and Carol Hassan Arthur Hatch Susan Hathaway Chafic and Eva Hatoum Noela Haughton Dr. Harry W. and Dr. Lynne M. Haverkos Arnette Hawkins Stephen and Crystal Hawley Pamela and Douglas Haynam Timothy Haynes Jean and John Hayward

Thomas Hayward Robert and Edna Healy William and Janet Heater Patrick and Debbie Heck James and Margaret Heckelman Dr. Mark Heenan Kenneth and Patricia Heick Leah Heimbeck Dr. Elizabeth Hein Dr. Terry and Mary Heiney Mr. Paul W. Heinrichs and Dr. Mary A. Heinrichs Dr. Howard and Tracy Heinze John Helberg Thomas and Nadine Helbing James and Kay Helle Robert and Mary Heller Lou Ellyn and Ronald Helman Dr. Robert Helwig John and Sarah Hemdal Don and Alice Hemsoth Gregory and Sharon Hendel Dr. Candy Hendershot Philip and Nancy Henderson Robert Hendon II William Henning Deirdre Henry Tommy and Donna Henry Jeffrey and Jennifer Hepner Wayne Herkimer John and Nancy Herl Dr. Michael Herman Larry and Linda Herrmann Peter and Alison Hess Rhoda and James Hess Amy and William Hettich Neida Heusinkvelt John and Nancy Hickey William and Eileen Hickey Roland and Joyce Hight Martin Higley Peter and Janet Hildebrandt Paul and Florence Hill Mary Himmelein Robert Hipp Ann Hirssig Michael and Denise Hirt Betty and Larry Hite Dr. Duane and Carol Hoak Roger and Nan Hockman Gary and Jane Hoffman Dr. Michele Hoh Jeffrey Holcomb Craig Holden Nicholas and Teresa Homan Clyde and Julia Hoops Robert and Susan Horbaly

Timothy and Pamela Horne David Horner William Jr. and Jane Horney Carla Horst Susan Hostler Dr. Tamera Howell Christopher and Arika Hoyt William Hrabak Jr. and Catalina Sugayan Rita Hubbell Sally Huber Terry and Lynda Huber Allen Huelskamp William Huepenbecker John and Maureen Huffman Marjorie Hufford Bradford Hughes Dr. Christopher Hughes Dr. Larry and Phyllis Hughes Robert and Kelly Hull Robert Hullinger Don and Nancy Hultquist Kevin and Megan Hultquist Evelyn Hummon Kummerle David and Sherrie Humphrey Thomas Sr. and Colleen Humphrey William Jr. and Joyce Hundley Susan and Daniel Hurst John and Donna Hutchinson Marjorie Hutton Mr. Chuck Hyland and Dr. Anne M. Hyland Nicholas and Lisa Iarocci Dr. S.M. and Shaheena Ihsanullah Glenn and Lois Ingersoll Kay Ingman-Kaiser and John Kaiser Douglas and Susan Ingram Dr. Joseph and Linda Inman Paul and Deborah Iott Karl Irons John and Joyce Irwin Gail Istler Lawrence and Debra Ivan Reginald Jr. and Joanne Jackson John and Carol Jacob Mary Jacobs Dr. William Jacobus and Dr. Christa Adams Mark and Rhea Jagodzinski Timothy and Marianne James William and Darlene Jancsik David and Patricia Jankowski Terry and Cynthia Jarecki Dr. Scott Jarvis Edward Jastrem

Dr. Majid Jawad William and The Hon. Linda Jennings Carolyn Jereck Dr. Jeffrey and Janet Jinks Barbara Johnson Dr. Charles Johnson Dr. David and Laura Johnson Dr. Duane and Judith Johnson Dr. Edward Jr. and Lois Johnson Lawrence Johnson Michael Johnson Robert and Lois Johnson William Johnson Mark and Lori Johnston Robert and Melinda Johnston Dr. Michael Jolley David and Merrie Jones David and Janet Jones Dorothy Jones Iris Jones The Rev. James Jones Steve Jones Willis Jr. and Tara Jones Rochelle Joseph John and Sandra Jurack John and Barbara Kaduk Richard and Elizabeth Kahle Charles and Beverly Kail Valerie Kaiser William and Jamie Kaiser Melvin and Dolores Kaitaniak Dr. Philip and Alicia Kallile Burton Kalniz Kenneth and Sharon Kaltenmark Dr. Jerzy and Magdalena Kamburowski Terry and Bonnie Kaper The Hon. Marcy Kaptur Samir and Dr. Rita Kar Dr. David and Jessica Karas Mr. Thomas J. Karazim and Dr. Linda A. Karazim Thomas Sr. and Marilyn Karpinski Dr. Thomas and Barbara Karst Dr. Cary and Michelle Kart Paul and Mary Kasicky Tara and John Kastelic Dr. William and Darlene Kasten Robert Kasubinski Dr. Srinivas and Dr. Bindu C. Katragadda Dr. Jeffrey Katz Neil and Phyllis Kaufman Phillip Kaufman Daniel and Taryn Keating Dr. Brian and Stephanie Keaton

James and Joan Keeler Darren Keil Douglas and Michelle Keller Larry and Sue Ann Keller William and Janet Keller Susan Kelley Dr. Catherine Kelly Dr. Jeffrey and S. Jean Kelly Greg and Mary Kemenah Jan and Marilyn Kemp Dr. Michael and Angie Kendrach John and Dana Kendrick Merrie Kendrick Prof. Bruce Kennedy Dr. Carol and Mark Kennedy Dr. Deborah Kennedy-Caranna and Dr. Charles Caranna John and Tamara Kenny Michael J. Kenosh and Kristen F. Kenosh William and Diane Kenyon Robert Kerek Dorothy Kern-Blystone Kirk and Kathleen Kessler Delwin and Emma Ketterman Steve and Nancy Kezur Nasr Khan Denise Kidder Douglas Kiefer Thomas and Anna Kieselbach Kenneth and Colleen Kilbert Nancy Kilduski Michael Killen Dr. Wun Kim and Yongjin Kang Stephen and Teresa Kimmet Donald Jr. and Kathleen King Rodney King and Karin Kalodimos Bonnie and William Kinschner David and Jill Kinsel Marilyn and James Kirby Dr. Jon and Joanna Kirchhoff Dr. Matthew Kirlough George and Sherryl Kirschenbaum Dr. Frederick Kirschner, Sr. and Alice Kirschner John Jr. and Nancy Kissh Nicholas and Karen Kissoff Virginia and Paul Kitchin Michelle and Kenneth Kitt Robert Klaiber Jr. Andrew Klein Daniel and Susan Klett Stanley and Mary Klima Marsha Klingbeil

Mr. Jeffery Klopping and Dr. Inge M. Klopping Dr. William and Andrea Knapp Bryan and Christina Knepper Richard and Jacqueline Knepper Dr. George Knight

Nancy and James Kratt Wayne and Iris Krause Raymond Kreienkamp and Dr. Patricia Amato Dr. David and Ann Kuebbeler Dr. Philip and Judith Kuebbeler

Brandon and Denay Knope Richard Knowles Robert Koehl Dr. Thomas and Christine Koehler Victor Koehler Cynthia Koepp Dr. Steven and Christine Koester Dr. Kevin and Christa Koffel Rita Kolbeck Dr. Craig Kolins Alex Kominek David and Lola Kondalski Lynn and Kenneth Konoff Donald Konopka Kenneth and Lesley Konya Dr. Jeffrey and Alisone Kopita Joseph and Marilyn Korsak Michael and Carol Korte Theodore Kotora Gerald and Ruby Kowalski Stanley and Catherine Krajewski Andrew and Meg Kramer John and Mary Kramp Julie and Joseph Kranz Mary Krasniewski

Robert and Gwendolyn Kuehn Cathy Kuhman Swatee and Bhushan Kulkarni Dr. Bryan and Nancy Kuns Thomas and Mary Kunz Melissa Kurtzman Scott and Jane Kutzley Dr. Subhash and Kamlesh Kwatra Stanley and Carla Laasch Anthony and Wendy LaCerva Dr. James Lacksonen Dr. Barbara LaForrest Lillian and Charles Lagger Benjamin Landis Joseph and Beverly Landis Laszlo and Julie Landstein John and Janet Landwehr Alan and Janice Lane Walter and Danuta Lange Kay Langenderfer Timothy and Jennifer Langer Robin Lanz Dr. Diane and Larry LaPointe Daniel and Janette Laren David Larson Dr. Mary LaSalvia

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Dr. Carrie Gless Ronald and Joann Glick Virgil and Marilyn Goetz Barbara Goldberg Brian and Robin Goldberg Gary and Jill Goldberg Joseph and Marcia Goldberg Mark and Mark Goldberg Dr. Edward and Dr. Mary B. Goldberger Russell and Barbara Gorsha Damian and Jenny Gosheff Davina Gosnell Jennifer and Jonathan Gothard Dr. Johan Gottgens Arnold Gottlieb and Dr. Carol Loeffler Dr. Marc Gottlieb Dr. David Grabeman Richard Gradel Dr. Russell and Amy Graff Dr. Jeffrey and Teresa Gramling John and Audrey Gramling Dr. Paul and Karen Granata Margaret Grant Dr. Mary Grant Robert and Dr. Geordie Grant Dr. Gary and Cheri Gray Jennifer Gray Sandra Gray Glenn and Marilyn Graybill Cynthia and Frank Grbavcich Jeffrey Green and Nora Pasman-Green Tim and Patricia Green Deborah and Brian Greenberg Dr. Larrie and Joyce Greenberg Eric and Cheryl Greenly Dr. Margaret Greer Gary and Lisa Grego Michael and Leah Greif Ken and Cindy Grey Russell and Colleen Griesmer Gerald and Linda Griffith Rick and Judy Griffiths Elizabeth Griggs Russell and JoAnn Grohnke Vicki Groo Dr. Michael and Helen Grossman Dr. Matthew and Elizabeth Grothaus Judith Grounds Zhong Gu and Junwen Wang Edward Guerra Roberto Guerra Joyce and Dr. Michael Guinness

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Dr. Hua Guo and Dr. Qian-Yun Zhang Dr. Ashish Gupta Barry and Lori Guthrie Linda and James Gutting Dr. Joanne Guyton-Simmons and Alan Simmons Susan and James Gwinn Dr. Robert and Lisa Gwyther David Haase Elias and Elizabeth Haddad Thomas and Geraldine Hadley Robert and Julie Hagele Labib and Karyn Hajjar Jeanne Halada Nancy Haldeman and Walt Jordan Elizabeth Hall Dr. Robert and Leann Hall Fadi and Sawsan Hamadeh Joseph and Margaret Hamel John Hamilton III and Patricia Cortelyou Richard and Nancy Hamilton Dr. Joseph and Rosemary Hampton Paul and Sandra Hancock Michael and Aimee Hanf Paul and Marilyn Hankins Peter Hankish Harold III and Kathy Hanley Sharon Hanna Joel and Becky Hansen Dr. Robert and Nancy Hansen Barbara Hanson Daniel Hanson Jr. Richard and Gail Hanson Jerry and Carol Harms Dr. Charles and Ann Harrison Richard and Judith Harrison The Hon. Shelly and Bill Harsha Charles and Nancy Harste Jack and Sophie Hart Dr. Roxanne Hart-Cech and Russell Cech Edwin and Loretta Harwood Norman and Carol Hassan Arthur Hatch Susan Hathaway Chafic and Eva Hatoum Noela Haughton Dr. Harry W. and Dr. Lynne M. Haverkos Arnette Hawkins Stephen and Crystal Hawley Pamela and Douglas Haynam Timothy Haynes Jean and John Hayward

Thomas Hayward Robert and Edna Healy William and Janet Heater Patrick and Debbie Heck James and Margaret Heckelman Dr. Mark Heenan Kenneth and Patricia Heick Leah Heimbeck Dr. Elizabeth Hein Dr. Terry and Mary Heiney Mr. Paul W. Heinrichs and Dr. Mary A. Heinrichs Dr. Howard and Tracy Heinze John Helberg Thomas and Nadine Helbing James and Kay Helle Robert and Mary Heller Lou Ellyn and Ronald Helman Dr. Robert Helwig John and Sarah Hemdal Don and Alice Hemsoth Gregory and Sharon Hendel Dr. Candy Hendershot Philip and Nancy Henderson Robert Hendon II William Henning Deirdre Henry Tommy and Donna Henry Jeffrey and Jennifer Hepner Wayne Herkimer John and Nancy Herl Dr. Michael Herman Larry and Linda Herrmann Peter and Alison Hess Rhoda and James Hess Amy and William Hettich Neida Heusinkvelt John and Nancy Hickey William and Eileen Hickey Roland and Joyce Hight Martin Higley Peter and Janet Hildebrandt Paul and Florence Hill Mary Himmelein Robert Hipp Ann Hirssig Michael and Denise Hirt Betty and Larry Hite Dr. Duane and Carol Hoak Roger and Nan Hockman Gary and Jane Hoffman Dr. Michele Hoh Jeffrey Holcomb Craig Holden Nicholas and Teresa Homan Clyde and Julia Hoops Robert and Susan Horbaly

Timothy and Pamela Horne David Horner William Jr. and Jane Horney Carla Horst Susan Hostler Dr. Tamera Howell Christopher and Arika Hoyt William Hrabak Jr. and Catalina Sugayan Rita Hubbell Sally Huber Terry and Lynda Huber Allen Huelskamp William Huepenbecker John and Maureen Huffman Marjorie Hufford Bradford Hughes Dr. Christopher Hughes Dr. Larry and Phyllis Hughes Robert and Kelly Hull Robert Hullinger Don and Nancy Hultquist Kevin and Megan Hultquist Evelyn Hummon Kummerle David and Sherrie Humphrey Thomas Sr. and Colleen Humphrey William Jr. and Joyce Hundley Susan and Daniel Hurst John and Donna Hutchinson Marjorie Hutton Mr. Chuck Hyland and Dr. Anne M. Hyland Nicholas and Lisa Iarocci Dr. S.M. and Shaheena Ihsanullah Glenn and Lois Ingersoll Kay Ingman-Kaiser and John Kaiser Douglas and Susan Ingram Dr. Joseph and Linda Inman Paul and Deborah Iott Karl Irons John and Joyce Irwin Gail Istler Lawrence and Debra Ivan Reginald Jr. and Joanne Jackson John and Carol Jacob Mary Jacobs Dr. William Jacobus and Dr. Christa Adams Mark and Rhea Jagodzinski Timothy and Marianne James William and Darlene Jancsik David and Patricia Jankowski Terry and Cynthia Jarecki Dr. Scott Jarvis Edward Jastrem

Dr. Majid Jawad William and The Hon. Linda Jennings Carolyn Jereck Dr. Jeffrey and Janet Jinks Barbara Johnson Dr. Charles Johnson Dr. David and Laura Johnson Dr. Duane and Judith Johnson Dr. Edward Jr. and Lois Johnson Lawrence Johnson Michael Johnson Robert and Lois Johnson William Johnson Mark and Lori Johnston Robert and Melinda Johnston Dr. Michael Jolley David and Merrie Jones David and Janet Jones Dorothy Jones Iris Jones The Rev. James Jones Steve Jones Willis Jr. and Tara Jones Rochelle Joseph John and Sandra Jurack John and Barbara Kaduk Richard and Elizabeth Kahle Charles and Beverly Kail Valerie Kaiser William and Jamie Kaiser Melvin and Dolores Kaitaniak Dr. Philip and Alicia Kallile Burton Kalniz Kenneth and Sharon Kaltenmark Dr. Jerzy and Magdalena Kamburowski Terry and Bonnie Kaper The Hon. Marcy Kaptur Samir and Dr. Rita Kar Dr. David and Jessica Karas Mr. Thomas J. Karazim and Dr. Linda A. Karazim Thomas Sr. and Marilyn Karpinski Dr. Thomas and Barbara Karst Dr. Cary and Michelle Kart Paul and Mary Kasicky Tara and John Kastelic Dr. William and Darlene Kasten Robert Kasubinski Dr. Srinivas and Dr. Bindu C. Katragadda Dr. Jeffrey Katz Neil and Phyllis Kaufman Phillip Kaufman Daniel and Taryn Keating Dr. Brian and Stephanie Keaton

James and Joan Keeler Darren Keil Douglas and Michelle Keller Larry and Sue Ann Keller William and Janet Keller Susan Kelley Dr. Catherine Kelly Dr. Jeffrey and S. Jean Kelly Greg and Mary Kemenah Jan and Marilyn Kemp Dr. Michael and Angie Kendrach John and Dana Kendrick Merrie Kendrick Prof. Bruce Kennedy Dr. Carol and Mark Kennedy Dr. Deborah Kennedy-Caranna and Dr. Charles Caranna John and Tamara Kenny Michael J. Kenosh and Kristen F. Kenosh William and Diane Kenyon Robert Kerek Dorothy Kern-Blystone Kirk and Kathleen Kessler Delwin and Emma Ketterman Steve and Nancy Kezur Nasr Khan Denise Kidder Douglas Kiefer Thomas and Anna Kieselbach Kenneth and Colleen Kilbert Nancy Kilduski Michael Killen Dr. Wun Kim and Yongjin Kang Stephen and Teresa Kimmet Donald Jr. and Kathleen King Rodney King and Karin Kalodimos Bonnie and William Kinschner David and Jill Kinsel Marilyn and James Kirby Dr. Jon and Joanna Kirchhoff Dr. Matthew Kirlough George and Sherryl Kirschenbaum Dr. Frederick Kirschner, Sr. and Alice Kirschner John Jr. and Nancy Kissh Nicholas and Karen Kissoff Virginia and Paul Kitchin Michelle and Kenneth Kitt Robert Klaiber Jr. Andrew Klein Daniel and Susan Klett Stanley and Mary Klima Marsha Klingbeil

Mr. Jeffery Klopping and Dr. Inge M. Klopping Dr. William and Andrea Knapp Bryan and Christina Knepper Richard and Jacqueline Knepper Dr. George Knight

Nancy and James Kratt Wayne and Iris Krause Raymond Kreienkamp and Dr. Patricia Amato Dr. David and Ann Kuebbeler Dr. Philip and Judith Kuebbeler

Brandon and Denay Knope Richard Knowles Robert Koehl Dr. Thomas and Christine Koehler Victor Koehler Cynthia Koepp Dr. Steven and Christine Koester Dr. Kevin and Christa Koffel Rita Kolbeck Dr. Craig Kolins Alex Kominek David and Lola Kondalski Lynn and Kenneth Konoff Donald Konopka Kenneth and Lesley Konya Dr. Jeffrey and Alisone Kopita Joseph and Marilyn Korsak Michael and Carol Korte Theodore Kotora Gerald and Ruby Kowalski Stanley and Catherine Krajewski Andrew and Meg Kramer John and Mary Kramp Julie and Joseph Kranz Mary Krasniewski

Robert and Gwendolyn Kuehn Cathy Kuhman Swatee and Bhushan Kulkarni Dr. Bryan and Nancy Kuns Thomas and Mary Kunz Melissa Kurtzman Scott and Jane Kutzley Dr. Subhash and Kamlesh Kwatra Stanley and Carla Laasch Anthony and Wendy LaCerva Dr. James Lacksonen Dr. Barbara LaForrest Lillian and Charles Lagger Benjamin Landis Joseph and Beverly Landis Laszlo and Julie Landstein John and Janet Landwehr Alan and Janice Lane Walter and Danuta Lange Kay Langenderfer Timothy and Jennifer Langer Robin Lanz Dr. Diane and Larry LaPointe Daniel and Janette Laren David Larson Dr. Mary LaSalvia

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The Hon. Robert and Marcia Latta Deborah Lauer Leslie Lauer Steven K. Lauer and Marilyn F. Klar Peter and Tammy Lavalette Albert Lavsky James and Margaret Lawrence Michael Lawson Dr. Carolyn and William Lee Dr. Eung and Kyong Lee Steven and Caren Lefevre Kevin and Deborah Leffel Scott Lehman Charles and Shelley Lehnert James and Patricia Leibenguth Gary and Eileen Leidich Herbert H. Leighton, M.D. James and Jan Leis The Hon. Raymond and Allyson Leisy Bryan and Caroline Leithiser Dr. Eligijus and Ale Lelis Murray and Marilyn Lenson Joseph and Donna Leoni Gerald and Patricia LeRoy Dr. Dennis and Brenda Lettman Carol Leupp William Leutz Dr. Howard and Jenny Levitin Jeffrey and Marjorie Levy Timothy and Deborah Lewandowski Dale and Carol Lewis Zhongtao Li and Ling Hu Haitao Liang and Yingzi Chen John Libbe Barry and Linda Liber Joseph Jr. and Cindy Licata Harold and Mary Lieberman Elliot and Lillian Liebman Arthur and Linda Liederman W. Michael and Nancy Ligibel Patricia Ligman C. Patrick and Sandra Lin Tracy Lindke Dr. David and Ann Lindsley Carol and Richard Linker Rebecca Linnean Harold and Karen Lippes Leslie and Joanne Lipski Matthew and Serena Lipski Tamara Little Niandong and Xingzhou Liu Janette Loch Lt. Col. Brandee Lockard

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Matthew Lockwood Gary and Kathy Loeffler Bradley and Tracy Loetz Paul and Susan Logan Dr. Jean L. LoIudice and Mr. Thomas LoIudice Jerome Jr. and Audrey Lombard Jeffrey Long Dr. John and Melody Long Maryse Long Perry and Patricia Long Dr. Willis Long Dr. W. Kevin and Linda Lonsdorf Jeffrey Loos Lisa Lordi Matthew Louagie Larry Low Dr. Joshua Lowinsky and Dr. Joanna Wojcieszek Peter and Corrina Lungulow Mr. Jason Luo and Ms. Jane Pan-Luo Wilma Lupe Patricia Lyden Janet Lyon and James Hill Stephen and Debbie Lyons John Maceachen James Jr. and Tanya Mackiewicz Thomas and Allison Mackin Barbara MacKinnon Helen MacMurray and Michael Mayo Thomas and Nancy Madej Dr. Howard and Mary Madigan Dr. Michael Magura Anna Maher Alexander and Caroline Mak Heather Malcom and Jeff LaButte John Malik Philip and Rebecca Mallott Richard and Kathryn Malone Diane and Mark Malson Cynthia and Dennis Manders Rosalind Manders John and Jane Mandula Ruth Mangas Dr. Mary Mangen Sigrid Mann Thomas and Jennie Mann Barbara and Everett Manny Dr. J. Kelly Mantis Norbert and Lisa Manz Mark Marenberg Dr. Richard and Beverly Markoff Michael and Denise Markowiak Ricky and Cynthia Marks Richard Jr. and Jill Maroney

Clay and Tawni Martin Dr. Edward and Barbara Martin Kendall Martin Dr. Ralph Jr. and Marilyn Martin Patricia Martinez Richard and Suzanne Martinko Mr. Peter and Prof. Susan Martyn Gary and Cathy Martz Jennifer Martz Richard Marvin Dr. C.J. and Elaine Maternowski James and Jeanie Mather Dr. Jack Matson Frederic and Jeanne Matthews Joseph Mattimoe Tom Mauter and Mary Swedin Michael and Sheryl Maxfield Charlotte Maxson Lindsay Maxwell and James Venizelos Powell and Margaret May Elizabeth and Robert Mayer Dr. Harry and Eunice Mayhew Bruce and Elizabeth Mazzarella Patrick and Judith McCarthy Matthew and Marilyn McCarty

Michael and Cathy McClellan Alfred and Grace McClelland Warren and Valerie McClelland Wendy and Matthew McCollum Lisa McComas Chesler and Michael Chesler Dr. Barbara McConnell Edward Jr. and Donna McConnell Joseph McCormick Sr. Michael McCreary Eileen McDonnell Virginia Mc Donough Beth McGowan Kimberly and Michael McGowan Michael and Judith McGowan Dr. Angele and Patrick McGrady Dr. Michael and Shirley McGrady David and Lisa McIntire Patrick Jr. and Sarah McIntyre Kristin McKelvey Dr. Larry and Rita McLaughlin Ruth McMaster Dr. Michael Jr. and Carol McNamara Amy McNeal Ramona and James McNeese

The Hon. Colin and Gayle McQuade Matthew and Colleen McQuade Daniel and Eva McQuillen John Jr. and Mary McQuillen Ruth Meacham William and Carol Meader Dr. Azedine and Dr. Dinia Medhkour Dr. Sharolyn and Jorge Medina Larry and Maria Meenan Michael and Linda Meier Brian and Roxanne Meldrum Conrad and Benedicta Menezes Gladys Mens Mr. C. B. Mentzer and Dr. Gale C. Mentzer Dr. John and Nancy Merriam Dr. Hollis Merrick III and Dr. Mary Smith Mark and Barbara Metusalem Alan and Kim Metzger Donald Jr. and Martha Mewhort Bruce and Karen Meyer Robert and Janet Meyer Donald and Nancy Meyerhofer Eugene and Patricia Meyers Holly and Kent Meyers Jeff and Lisa Meyers Dr. Larry R. and Dr. Linda S. Michaels Mike Michalkiewicz and Tiffany Howell Sally and Dr. Leo Miedler Gary and Lori Miko Michael and Lori Militello Dr. William Millard Charles and Deborah Miller David Miller Dr. David and Pamela Miller James and Ann Miller Frederick Miller Jennifer Miller Jim and Deborah Miller John Jr. and Sue Miller Lisa Miller Martin and Marybeth Miller Patricia Miller Philip and Rebecca Miller Richard and Ruth Miller Dr. Richard and Sue Miller Dr. Robert A. Miller and Ms. Lillian Miller Dr. Scott and Kathleen Miller Sharon and Merlin Miller Sue Miller Todd and Susan Miller

James and Candace Millon Kenneth and Cheryl Miltner Mary Minke Roger and Candy Minke Linda and James Minteer Jay M. Mirtallo and Susan Ezzone Gregory and Natalie Mitchell Irving and Marie Mitchell Matthew and Brenda Mitten Dr. Thomas and Kimberly Mladsi Ali and Dr. Dayna Mohammadione Edward and Pamala Mohler Donald and Martie Moline Dr. Scott and Cynthia Molitor Marcia Moll Gilbert Molnar Mark and Linda Molnar Michael Molnar William and Judith Monaghan James Jr. and Shannon Moon Dr. Richard and Nancy Mooney Bradene Moore and Patrick Howard Ronald and Dorothy Moore Terry Moore Peter and Joanne Moran M. Denise Moretz Joyce and Joseph Morey James Morgan Rose and Frederick Moring Christine Morr Donald Morrison Dr. Lewis and Beneth Morrow Franz and Mary Morsches Clem and Joan Moser Joseph and Barbara Motter Samih Mouneimne Dr. Mohamad Moussa and Sabrina Ismail Reinhold Mueller Sumit and Paramita Mukherjee Joseph Mulbay The Rev. George and Jenny Mummert Chris Munafo Dennis and Nancy Murphy Emma Murphy Martha Murray Lawrence and Paula Muscarella Robert Musiel Kathleen Myers Marcy Myers Thomas and Laurie Myers James and Betty Myford Alan Jr. and Marie Myler Joseph and Rosemary Nachman

Frank Nagy Dr. Abraham Nahm Dr. Mubariz and Samina Naqvi Julie and Michael Nardi Carolyn Nartker Dr. Curtis and Margaret Nash George and Jacqueline Naspo Dr. Ronald Nassar Paul and Sarah Neal Robert and Nancy Neale Richard Needle Arthur and Mary Neibarger Dr. Aaron and Kristy Nelson John and Cathleen Nelson Phillip and Janet Nelson Susan and Jeffrey Nelson Dr. James and Ann Nemec Dr. Milton Jr. and Allien Netter Dr. Elmer Newness Scott and Kathleen Newsom Donald and Wilma Nicholson Dr. Harry and Nancy Nicholson James and Margaret Nicholson Jean Nicholson Dean and Catherine Niese Bin Ning James and Diane Ninke Edwin and Mary Nirdlinger Koji Nishimoto Robert Nitschke Gregory and Vicki Nolfi Tamara and Gary Norris Virginia Northup Benjamin and Brenda Norton Jeanette and Brian Nosker Martin and Heather Nowak Anthony and Marie Nowicki Christine Nowicki-Rieck and Kevin Rieck Robert and Kelly Nupp Melvin and Jackie Nusbaum Cynthia Oberg William and Kathleen Oblinger Carol and Jerome Obloza Robert and Penny O’Brien Grace O’Bryan James and Susan Ochs David and Katherine O’Connell Dr. John O’Connor Stanford and Sheila Odesky William and Patricia O’Desky Abiodun Ogundiran Karen Okonski Dr. Sam and Jane Okoroafo Paul Jr. and Marcy Olah William and Sukhdeep O’Loughlin

Paul and Sue Olsen Beth and Robert Olson Thomas and Violet O’Malley William and Mary O’Malley Dr. Gregory and Michele Omlor Dr. William and Frances O’Neal David and Joanne O’Neill Kyle and Chasity O’Neill Samuel Ontko Walter and Ruth Opdycke Jeffrey Orwig Ken and Julia Orwig Joyce Osterud Julie Oswald Lloyd and Judith Otto Dr. Raymond and Raymond Otto Geoffrey Ovenden Mark and Ann Ozimek Thomas and Leigh Ozuk Dr. John J. Paat and Dr. Ann M. Reed Charles and Karen Packard Dr. Thomas G. and Dr. Denise A. Padanilam Murray and Catherine Page Walter and Janet Pagels Walter and Maryann Pakulski Frederick Palm Dr. Neil and Evelyn Palmer Dr. Zhixing Pan and Dr. Lingyu Chen Dr. Margaret and Dr. Joseph Panzner Richard and Karen Papenfuss Dr. Joseph Pappalardo and Dr. Mary Knights Thomas Pares Alan and Michele Parker Jeffrey Parker Nancy and Mitch Paserk Jeffrey Passafaro Jacque and Floranne Passino Joseph Patay Dr. Yogesh and Smita Patel Tommy and Annie Patjazasgit Dr. E. Byrum Patrick II Randy and Maria Patrick Raymond Patterson Lee and Rita Patton Ilmars and Dzintra Paupe George and Jane Pavuk Dennis and Linda Pawlecki Sharon and Ronald Paxson Dr. Cynthia Payne Ted and Janet Payne Fred Pedersen Joseph and Marlene Pedone

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The Hon. Robert and Marcia Latta Deborah Lauer Leslie Lauer Steven K. Lauer and Marilyn F. Klar Peter and Tammy Lavalette Albert Lavsky James and Margaret Lawrence Michael Lawson Dr. Carolyn and William Lee Dr. Eung and Kyong Lee Steven and Caren Lefevre Kevin and Deborah Leffel Scott Lehman Charles and Shelley Lehnert James and Patricia Leibenguth Gary and Eileen Leidich Herbert H. Leighton, M.D. James and Jan Leis The Hon. Raymond and Allyson Leisy Bryan and Caroline Leithiser Dr. Eligijus and Ale Lelis Murray and Marilyn Lenson Joseph and Donna Leoni Gerald and Patricia LeRoy Dr. Dennis and Brenda Lettman Carol Leupp William Leutz Dr. Howard and Jenny Levitin Jeffrey and Marjorie Levy Timothy and Deborah Lewandowski Dale and Carol Lewis Zhongtao Li and Ling Hu Haitao Liang and Yingzi Chen John Libbe Barry and Linda Liber Joseph Jr. and Cindy Licata Harold and Mary Lieberman Elliot and Lillian Liebman Arthur and Linda Liederman W. Michael and Nancy Ligibel Patricia Ligman C. Patrick and Sandra Lin Tracy Lindke Dr. David and Ann Lindsley Carol and Richard Linker Rebecca Linnean Harold and Karen Lippes Leslie and Joanne Lipski Matthew and Serena Lipski Tamara Little Niandong and Xingzhou Liu Janette Loch Lt. Col. Brandee Lockard

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Matthew Lockwood Gary and Kathy Loeffler Bradley and Tracy Loetz Paul and Susan Logan Dr. Jean L. LoIudice and Mr. Thomas LoIudice Jerome Jr. and Audrey Lombard Jeffrey Long Dr. John and Melody Long Maryse Long Perry and Patricia Long Dr. Willis Long Dr. W. Kevin and Linda Lonsdorf Jeffrey Loos Lisa Lordi Matthew Louagie Larry Low Dr. Joshua Lowinsky and Dr. Joanna Wojcieszek Peter and Corrina Lungulow Mr. Jason Luo and Ms. Jane Pan-Luo Wilma Lupe Patricia Lyden Janet Lyon and James Hill Stephen and Debbie Lyons John Maceachen James Jr. and Tanya Mackiewicz Thomas and Allison Mackin Barbara MacKinnon Helen MacMurray and Michael Mayo Thomas and Nancy Madej Dr. Howard and Mary Madigan Dr. Michael Magura Anna Maher Alexander and Caroline Mak Heather Malcom and Jeff LaButte John Malik Philip and Rebecca Mallott Richard and Kathryn Malone Diane and Mark Malson Cynthia and Dennis Manders Rosalind Manders John and Jane Mandula Ruth Mangas Dr. Mary Mangen Sigrid Mann Thomas and Jennie Mann Barbara and Everett Manny Dr. J. Kelly Mantis Norbert and Lisa Manz Mark Marenberg Dr. Richard and Beverly Markoff Michael and Denise Markowiak Ricky and Cynthia Marks Richard Jr. and Jill Maroney

Clay and Tawni Martin Dr. Edward and Barbara Martin Kendall Martin Dr. Ralph Jr. and Marilyn Martin Patricia Martinez Richard and Suzanne Martinko Mr. Peter and Prof. Susan Martyn Gary and Cathy Martz Jennifer Martz Richard Marvin Dr. C.J. and Elaine Maternowski James and Jeanie Mather Dr. Jack Matson Frederic and Jeanne Matthews Joseph Mattimoe Tom Mauter and Mary Swedin Michael and Sheryl Maxfield Charlotte Maxson Lindsay Maxwell and James Venizelos Powell and Margaret May Elizabeth and Robert Mayer Dr. Harry and Eunice Mayhew Bruce and Elizabeth Mazzarella Patrick and Judith McCarthy Matthew and Marilyn McCarty

Michael and Cathy McClellan Alfred and Grace McClelland Warren and Valerie McClelland Wendy and Matthew McCollum Lisa McComas Chesler and Michael Chesler Dr. Barbara McConnell Edward Jr. and Donna McConnell Joseph McCormick Sr. Michael McCreary Eileen McDonnell Virginia Mc Donough Beth McGowan Kimberly and Michael McGowan Michael and Judith McGowan Dr. Angele and Patrick McGrady Dr. Michael and Shirley McGrady David and Lisa McIntire Patrick Jr. and Sarah McIntyre Kristin McKelvey Dr. Larry and Rita McLaughlin Ruth McMaster Dr. Michael Jr. and Carol McNamara Amy McNeal Ramona and James McNeese

The Hon. Colin and Gayle McQuade Matthew and Colleen McQuade Daniel and Eva McQuillen John Jr. and Mary McQuillen Ruth Meacham William and Carol Meader Dr. Azedine and Dr. Dinia Medhkour Dr. Sharolyn and Jorge Medina Larry and Maria Meenan Michael and Linda Meier Brian and Roxanne Meldrum Conrad and Benedicta Menezes Gladys Mens Mr. C. B. Mentzer and Dr. Gale C. Mentzer Dr. John and Nancy Merriam Dr. Hollis Merrick III and Dr. Mary Smith Mark and Barbara Metusalem Alan and Kim Metzger Donald Jr. and Martha Mewhort Bruce and Karen Meyer Robert and Janet Meyer Donald and Nancy Meyerhofer Eugene and Patricia Meyers Holly and Kent Meyers Jeff and Lisa Meyers Dr. Larry R. and Dr. Linda S. Michaels Mike Michalkiewicz and Tiffany Howell Sally and Dr. Leo Miedler Gary and Lori Miko Michael and Lori Militello Dr. William Millard Charles and Deborah Miller David Miller Dr. David and Pamela Miller James and Ann Miller Frederick Miller Jennifer Miller Jim and Deborah Miller John Jr. and Sue Miller Lisa Miller Martin and Marybeth Miller Patricia Miller Philip and Rebecca Miller Richard and Ruth Miller Dr. Richard and Sue Miller Dr. Robert A. Miller and Ms. Lillian Miller Dr. Scott and Kathleen Miller Sharon and Merlin Miller Sue Miller Todd and Susan Miller

James and Candace Millon Kenneth and Cheryl Miltner Mary Minke Roger and Candy Minke Linda and James Minteer Jay M. Mirtallo and Susan Ezzone Gregory and Natalie Mitchell Irving and Marie Mitchell Matthew and Brenda Mitten Dr. Thomas and Kimberly Mladsi Ali and Dr. Dayna Mohammadione Edward and Pamala Mohler Donald and Martie Moline Dr. Scott and Cynthia Molitor Marcia Moll Gilbert Molnar Mark and Linda Molnar Michael Molnar William and Judith Monaghan James Jr. and Shannon Moon Dr. Richard and Nancy Mooney Bradene Moore and Patrick Howard Ronald and Dorothy Moore Terry Moore Peter and Joanne Moran M. Denise Moretz Joyce and Joseph Morey James Morgan Rose and Frederick Moring Christine Morr Donald Morrison Dr. Lewis and Beneth Morrow Franz and Mary Morsches Clem and Joan Moser Joseph and Barbara Motter Samih Mouneimne Dr. Mohamad Moussa and Sabrina Ismail Reinhold Mueller Sumit and Paramita Mukherjee Joseph Mulbay The Rev. George and Jenny Mummert Chris Munafo Dennis and Nancy Murphy Emma Murphy Martha Murray Lawrence and Paula Muscarella Robert Musiel Kathleen Myers Marcy Myers Thomas and Laurie Myers James and Betty Myford Alan Jr. and Marie Myler Joseph and Rosemary Nachman

Frank Nagy Dr. Abraham Nahm Dr. Mubariz and Samina Naqvi Julie and Michael Nardi Carolyn Nartker Dr. Curtis and Margaret Nash George and Jacqueline Naspo Dr. Ronald Nassar Paul and Sarah Neal Robert and Nancy Neale Richard Needle Arthur and Mary Neibarger Dr. Aaron and Kristy Nelson John and Cathleen Nelson Phillip and Janet Nelson Susan and Jeffrey Nelson Dr. James and Ann Nemec Dr. Milton Jr. and Allien Netter Dr. Elmer Newness Scott and Kathleen Newsom Donald and Wilma Nicholson Dr. Harry and Nancy Nicholson James and Margaret Nicholson Jean Nicholson Dean and Catherine Niese Bin Ning James and Diane Ninke Edwin and Mary Nirdlinger Koji Nishimoto Robert Nitschke Gregory and Vicki Nolfi Tamara and Gary Norris Virginia Northup Benjamin and Brenda Norton Jeanette and Brian Nosker Martin and Heather Nowak Anthony and Marie Nowicki Christine Nowicki-Rieck and Kevin Rieck Robert and Kelly Nupp Melvin and Jackie Nusbaum Cynthia Oberg William and Kathleen Oblinger Carol and Jerome Obloza Robert and Penny O’Brien Grace O’Bryan James and Susan Ochs David and Katherine O’Connell Dr. John O’Connor Stanford and Sheila Odesky William and Patricia O’Desky Abiodun Ogundiran Karen Okonski Dr. Sam and Jane Okoroafo Paul Jr. and Marcy Olah William and Sukhdeep O’Loughlin

Paul and Sue Olsen Beth and Robert Olson Thomas and Violet O’Malley William and Mary O’Malley Dr. Gregory and Michele Omlor Dr. William and Frances O’Neal David and Joanne O’Neill Kyle and Chasity O’Neill Samuel Ontko Walter and Ruth Opdycke Jeffrey Orwig Ken and Julia Orwig Joyce Osterud Julie Oswald Lloyd and Judith Otto Dr. Raymond and Raymond Otto Geoffrey Ovenden Mark and Ann Ozimek Thomas and Leigh Ozuk Dr. John J. Paat and Dr. Ann M. Reed Charles and Karen Packard Dr. Thomas G. and Dr. Denise A. Padanilam Murray and Catherine Page Walter and Janet Pagels Walter and Maryann Pakulski Frederick Palm Dr. Neil and Evelyn Palmer Dr. Zhixing Pan and Dr. Lingyu Chen Dr. Margaret and Dr. Joseph Panzner Richard and Karen Papenfuss Dr. Joseph Pappalardo and Dr. Mary Knights Thomas Pares Alan and Michele Parker Jeffrey Parker Nancy and Mitch Paserk Jeffrey Passafaro Jacque and Floranne Passino Joseph Patay Dr. Yogesh and Smita Patel Tommy and Annie Patjazasgit Dr. E. Byrum Patrick II Randy and Maria Patrick Raymond Patterson Lee and Rita Patton Ilmars and Dzintra Paupe George and Jane Pavuk Dennis and Linda Pawlecki Sharon and Ronald Paxson Dr. Cynthia Payne Ted and Janet Payne Fred Pedersen Joseph and Marlene Pedone

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John and Cindy Peeples Jan and Carole Peer Dr. Christopher G. and Dr. Christine M. Pelic Edmund and Donna Peper Steven and Kerri Pepoy Steven and Julianne Pereus Christina Perkins Kenneth and Susan Perry Donald Peters James Peters Steven and Janet Peters Carl and Sophie Petersen Dr. Edward Peterson and Molly Vogt Mark and Randie Peterson Brad and Jeanette Pfefferle Henry and Martha Philipps Terry and Vicki Phillips The Hon. Timothy and RaeAnn Pieper Mark and Janet Pietrykowski Robert Pinkham and Margaret Peterson Pinkham Dr. David J. and Dr. Renee Pinsky Sharon Piper Dr. Stephen Pipoly Rose Pistole Francis and Betty Pizza Mr. H. Terrance Smith and Prof. Lee Pizzimenti Joseph and Carol Planicka James and Deborah Plummer James and Flora Poad Anne and Frank Pokorny John and Dr. Jane Pommer Milton and Patricia Pommeranz John and Sharon Pope Dr. Harvey and Beatriz Popovich Charles and Mary Porter Donna Porter Srinath Potlapalli and Kusuma Madhavaram John Jr. and Suzanne Potter Theodore and Anne Potter David and Dianne Powell Mary F. Powers, Ph.D. Floyd and Susan Pratt Warren and Eileen Pratt Dr. Edward Prejsnar David and Sheila Preston Michael and Melinda Price Stephen and Helen Prinz Mario and Kristie Procaccini Michael and Lisa Procyk Kypros and Panagiota Proestos Joyce Prokop

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Dr. Richard and Virginia Prutow Chester and Geraldine Pucilowski John and Pamela Pullella Shelley Purser Charles and Carol Quick Patricia and Michael Quinn Phillip and Virginia Rabun Charles and Joyce Racine Melissa Radabaugh and Phil Hanna John and Susan Radocy Bernard and Carlene Ragle Mark and Jill Raicevich Richard Railsback Charles and Janice Rajner Philip and Denise Raleigh Douglas and Chantel Rammel Marna and Dr. Suresh Ramnath Keith and Tina Ramsdell Dr. Sushma and Pradeep Ramsinghani Dr. J. Kelly and Deborah Randall Dean and Barbara Raniele Bryan Rannigan Geoffrey Rapp Gerald and Karen Ratasky Frank and Joan Ratta The Hon. James and Barbara Ray Dr. Betty Ruth Raygor Max Rayle Dr. Andrew and Janice Raynor Dr. Ramalinga and Shanti Reddy Thomas and Kathleen Reed Dr. Timothy Reese Walter and Jean Reeves Dr. Richard and Adelaide Reichert Dr. Joseph and Rebecca Reilly Glenn and Heidi Reimer Dr. Louis and Sue Reiner Diane and Charles Reissig David and Lisa Remaklus Eric and Susan Remster Tamara and Brent Renollet Jennifer Renshaw Danny and Rosanne Rettig Dorothee Reuscher Charles and Kathryn Reynolds Alicia and David Ribar Philip and Dorothy Rice Russell and Joyce Rice James Richard Dr. Jason Richards and Dr. Patricia Raimer Malcolm and Peggy Richards Brian Richter and Margaret Fennelly

Mary and Glenn Richter Mary Rietzke Gregory Rigelman Carole and Alf Riggs Lee and Caryn Rightmyer The Hon. Reno Jr. and Donna Riley Dr. Ronald and Lori Ringwald Gregory and Gregory Risk Marilyn Ritter Glen and Carolyn Rittner Dr. Andrew and Melissa Ritz Cecilia Rivera Christina Rizzo Equilla Roach Stephen and Cyndi Roach Jaqueline Robert and Sormane Fernandes Richard and Brenda Roberts Jeffrey and Melinda Robinson Richard and Patricia Robinson Mandalena Rodriguez Dr. Duane and Mrs. Maria Rodriguez-Winter Judith and David Roe Linus Roessner Susan Rogers Jim Jr. and Kelli Rose John Rose William Rose and Renee Heberle Warren Rosenbaum Dr. David and Camilla Rosenberger Murray and Linda Ross Marcia Rossfeld Webb Peter Rost Dr. Thomas Rothe Dorothy Rothman George Rothschild Jr. The Hon. Reginald and Barbara Routson Bonnie Rowe and Arunan Nadarejah Joette Rozanski The Hon. Alan and Marilynn Rubenstein Richard and Judith Rubin Stacy Rudduck Ronald and Valerie Ruff Jane Ruffing Daniel and Margaret Ruggiero Dave and Zaida Ruiz Dr. Jamey J. and Dr. Valarie S. Ruiz Scott Rumizen Richard and Deborah Rump Ron and Connie Ruple

Donald and Michiko Rupnow Dr. Mary Rush Dr. John III and Sally Russ Gerald and Marcia Russell Dr. Leonard and Lynne Russell William and Nikki Russell Thomas and Leigh Russow Joseph and CeCe Rutherford Joseph and Marcia Rutherford The Hon. Brenda and James Rutledge Frank II and Carole Ryan Jack and Judith Ryder Dr. Joseph III and Sue Ryno Nicholas III and Susan Sabatine Michael and Eleanor Sabin Susan Sadler James and Connie Saffran David and Judith Sagerser David and Julie Samber Dr. Michael and Judith Samuhel Dr. Duane Sander Michael and Nancy Sanderson Abdul and Serap Sankoh Dorothy and Louis Santo Daniel and Diane Sawicki Dr. Stanley and Dr. Dorothea L. Sawicki Charles and Beverly Sawyer Nancy Saxon Sammy Sayed Michael and Melissa Scalzo Scott Scarborough Phillip Schaedler James and Debra Schaefer Dr. Greg and Nicholle Schaublin Michael and Trudy Scheiding Dr. Alan Scheinbach Carolyn Schell Heinz Scheller Timothy and Ann Scheve Dr. Kelly and Eric Schibler Myron and Dora Schiller Louise Schlatter Paul and Mary Schlatter Robert and Mary Schlatter Brent Schlegel Charles and Dr. Pamela Schlembach Robert and Phyllis Schlichtmann Dr. William and Peggy Schmeltz James Jr. and Gail Schnabel James II and Mary Schneider Dr. Jerome Schneider Laura Schofield Duane Schooley Dr. James and Kathleen Schroeder

Joseph and Kimberly Schroeder Arlene Schubargo John Sr. and Alice Schuldt Dr. Sharon Schulte Donald and Jill Schurr Priscilla and Frederick Schwier Henry Schworm Dr. Barbara Scott Edward and Geraldine Scrutchins Charles and LaJacquelyn Seawater Dr. Raul and Sandra Seballos Laura Secord and Eric Lobbins Dr. Franklin Segal Mary Seitz Dr. Alisha and Chaunsy Sellers Dorsey and Kay Sergent Richard and Sandra Sexton Charles and Linda Seyfried Donald Jr. and Joyce Seymour Charlotte L. Shaffer Anita and Hitesh Shah Dr. Binal Shah Dr. Jayantilal and Marie Shah Dr. Lawrence Shall Bruce and Karen Shane Charles Shanfelt William III and Bernice Shannon Gertrude Shanteau Dr. Richard and Joyce Shara Dr. Robert and Hyla Sharrock Joseph Jr. and Gail Shaw Stephen and Joyce Shawaker Lonnie and Sharon Shedroff Dr. William and Margery Sheehan Janice Sheftel Dr. Robert and Irma Sheon Beverly Sheridan Peter and Darlene Sherman Edgar and M.J. Shirey Barbara and Terry Shirrod David and Barbara Shon Lawrence Shonebarger Scott and Judith Shook Terry Short Charles and Martha Shoun Dr. David and Dr. Mollie Shulan William and Christine Shunk Vicki Shutters Rebecca Sibert Gilbert Jr. and Suzanne Siegel Jeffrey Siek Steven and Jerol Sieracke Genevieve Signore Anthony and Denisa Silva Daniel Silvers Kyle Silvers Dr. Vincent and Hedwig Simmon

Larry and Kathryne Simmons Gregg and Beverly Simon Dr. Larry Simon Sandra Simon Joseph and Gail Simpson Ernest Sine Ed and Helen Sing Dr. Jeffrey and Ramona Sizemore Dr. Stephen and Catherine Skiver Joseph Sklarosky Sr. Kristin Skornia John and Marjorie Slagle Nancy and Todd Slater Dr. Bonnie Sloan Eric and Heather Slough Paul and Mary Smaldone Byron Smalley Christine and Terry Smallman Sr. John Smaltz Jr. Dr. Benedict Smar Donna Smatlak Carter and Elizabeth Smith Catherine Smith-Moore and Eddie Moore Charlesena Smith Diane and Richard Smith James and Nancy Smith Jeffrey A. Smith, M.D. Jeffrey and Susan Smith Oren and Beth Smith Mr. Lewis and Dr. Peg Smith Roger and Barbara Smith Steven and Barbara Smith James and Julie Smoragiewicz Carolyn Snarskis The Hon. Mark and Deborah Sobczak Dr. Thomas and Kelby Sodeman Dr. Alan Sofalvi Dr. Alan and Miriam Sokobin Dr. Kay Soltesz Dr. Dennis and Jo Sommers Dr. Joseph and Mattie Sommerville Alice and Harvey Soule Gerard and Diane Sowar James and Suzanne Spacek Melissa and Sammy Spann John Sr. and Rosemary Sparvero George and Dorie Spaulding Tom Spear David A. Spenard and Susan Spenard Robert and Susan Spence Charles Sperling Dr. Stephen Spielberg Steven and Kimberly Spieldenner

David and Sue Spiess Thomas and Lura Spinks David and Elizabeth Sprandel Dr. Dennis Sprecher and Dr. Hillorie Applebaum

Susan Stelmaszak Stanislaw Stepkowski Edward and Nancy Stepp David Sterner Lawrence and Caroline Steward

Dr. Thomas and Sally Sprunk Dorothy Spurlock Michael and Teresa Squillace Geoffrey and Charon Squitiero F. Jay and Andrea Stahan Charles and Carol Stainfield William and Eileen Stalets Steven and Yvonne Stallard Richard Jr. and Mary Alice Stanfield Betty Stanford Timothy and Carol Stansfield Gregory Stanson Ray and Deanna Starling Kent and Patricia Starrett Michael and Ricki Starrett Francis and Joan Stasa Mrs. Virginia Steagall and Dr. Larry Steagall Harcourt Stebbins Daniel Steele and Elizabeth Downs-Steele Herman Steele James and Sheila Steffel Prof. Richard Stegman Jr. Douglas Steinberger Chris and Ann Steiner

Dr. Glen and Joyce Stewart Timothy and Carleen Stiff Carolyn Stinchcomb-Barnes John Stinson Anthony and Sally Stites John and Mary Stockhausen David Stockman Randall and Heather Stockmaster Marie Stokowski Walter Stoll Erik Stone Spencer and Prudence Stone The Hon. Thomas Jr. and Kathleen Straatsma Margaret Stramm Dennis J. Strasser and Kathleen L. Zaenger Karl Strauss Steven and Maria Strawder Michael and Sherry Stroud Cynthia and Jeff Strzelecki Alfred and June Stuart Norman Stuart Jr. Ralph and Jane Stuckman Jeffrey and Patricia Stumpp Anna Sturgill and Nicholas Bonarrigo

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2008 Annual Report

Annual Giving-$100 to $299 Continued


John and Cindy Peeples Jan and Carole Peer Dr. Christopher G. and Dr. Christine M. Pelic Edmund and Donna Peper Steven and Kerri Pepoy Steven and Julianne Pereus Christina Perkins Kenneth and Susan Perry Donald Peters James Peters Steven and Janet Peters Carl and Sophie Petersen Dr. Edward Peterson and Molly Vogt Mark and Randie Peterson Brad and Jeanette Pfefferle Henry and Martha Philipps Terry and Vicki Phillips The Hon. Timothy and RaeAnn Pieper Mark and Janet Pietrykowski Robert Pinkham and Margaret Peterson Pinkham Dr. David J. and Dr. Renee Pinsky Sharon Piper Dr. Stephen Pipoly Rose Pistole Francis and Betty Pizza Mr. H. Terrance Smith and Prof. Lee Pizzimenti Joseph and Carol Planicka James and Deborah Plummer James and Flora Poad Anne and Frank Pokorny John and Dr. Jane Pommer Milton and Patricia Pommeranz John and Sharon Pope Dr. Harvey and Beatriz Popovich Charles and Mary Porter Donna Porter Srinath Potlapalli and Kusuma Madhavaram John Jr. and Suzanne Potter Theodore and Anne Potter David and Dianne Powell Mary F. Powers, Ph.D. Floyd and Susan Pratt Warren and Eileen Pratt Dr. Edward Prejsnar David and Sheila Preston Michael and Melinda Price Stephen and Helen Prinz Mario and Kristie Procaccini Michael and Lisa Procyk Kypros and Panagiota Proestos Joyce Prokop

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Dr. Richard and Virginia Prutow Chester and Geraldine Pucilowski John and Pamela Pullella Shelley Purser Charles and Carol Quick Patricia and Michael Quinn Phillip and Virginia Rabun Charles and Joyce Racine Melissa Radabaugh and Phil Hanna John and Susan Radocy Bernard and Carlene Ragle Mark and Jill Raicevich Richard Railsback Charles and Janice Rajner Philip and Denise Raleigh Douglas and Chantel Rammel Marna and Dr. Suresh Ramnath Keith and Tina Ramsdell Dr. Sushma and Pradeep Ramsinghani Dr. J. Kelly and Deborah Randall Dean and Barbara Raniele Bryan Rannigan Geoffrey Rapp Gerald and Karen Ratasky Frank and Joan Ratta The Hon. James and Barbara Ray Dr. Betty Ruth Raygor Max Rayle Dr. Andrew and Janice Raynor Dr. Ramalinga and Shanti Reddy Thomas and Kathleen Reed Dr. Timothy Reese Walter and Jean Reeves Dr. Richard and Adelaide Reichert Dr. Joseph and Rebecca Reilly Glenn and Heidi Reimer Dr. Louis and Sue Reiner Diane and Charles Reissig David and Lisa Remaklus Eric and Susan Remster Tamara and Brent Renollet Jennifer Renshaw Danny and Rosanne Rettig Dorothee Reuscher Charles and Kathryn Reynolds Alicia and David Ribar Philip and Dorothy Rice Russell and Joyce Rice James Richard Dr. Jason Richards and Dr. Patricia Raimer Malcolm and Peggy Richards Brian Richter and Margaret Fennelly

Mary and Glenn Richter Mary Rietzke Gregory Rigelman Carole and Alf Riggs Lee and Caryn Rightmyer The Hon. Reno Jr. and Donna Riley Dr. Ronald and Lori Ringwald Gregory and Gregory Risk Marilyn Ritter Glen and Carolyn Rittner Dr. Andrew and Melissa Ritz Cecilia Rivera Christina Rizzo Equilla Roach Stephen and Cyndi Roach Jaqueline Robert and Sormane Fernandes Richard and Brenda Roberts Jeffrey and Melinda Robinson Richard and Patricia Robinson Mandalena Rodriguez Dr. Duane and Mrs. Maria Rodriguez-Winter Judith and David Roe Linus Roessner Susan Rogers Jim Jr. and Kelli Rose John Rose William Rose and Renee Heberle Warren Rosenbaum Dr. David and Camilla Rosenberger Murray and Linda Ross Marcia Rossfeld Webb Peter Rost Dr. Thomas Rothe Dorothy Rothman George Rothschild Jr. The Hon. Reginald and Barbara Routson Bonnie Rowe and Arunan Nadarejah Joette Rozanski The Hon. Alan and Marilynn Rubenstein Richard and Judith Rubin Stacy Rudduck Ronald and Valerie Ruff Jane Ruffing Daniel and Margaret Ruggiero Dave and Zaida Ruiz Dr. Jamey J. and Dr. Valarie S. Ruiz Scott Rumizen Richard and Deborah Rump Ron and Connie Ruple

Donald and Michiko Rupnow Dr. Mary Rush Dr. John III and Sally Russ Gerald and Marcia Russell Dr. Leonard and Lynne Russell William and Nikki Russell Thomas and Leigh Russow Joseph and CeCe Rutherford Joseph and Marcia Rutherford The Hon. Brenda and James Rutledge Frank II and Carole Ryan Jack and Judith Ryder Dr. Joseph III and Sue Ryno Nicholas III and Susan Sabatine Michael and Eleanor Sabin Susan Sadler James and Connie Saffran David and Judith Sagerser David and Julie Samber Dr. Michael and Judith Samuhel Dr. Duane Sander Michael and Nancy Sanderson Abdul and Serap Sankoh Dorothy and Louis Santo Daniel and Diane Sawicki Dr. Stanley and Dr. Dorothea L. Sawicki Charles and Beverly Sawyer Nancy Saxon Sammy Sayed Michael and Melissa Scalzo Scott Scarborough Phillip Schaedler James and Debra Schaefer Dr. Greg and Nicholle Schaublin Michael and Trudy Scheiding Dr. Alan Scheinbach Carolyn Schell Heinz Scheller Timothy and Ann Scheve Dr. Kelly and Eric Schibler Myron and Dora Schiller Louise Schlatter Paul and Mary Schlatter Robert and Mary Schlatter Brent Schlegel Charles and Dr. Pamela Schlembach Robert and Phyllis Schlichtmann Dr. William and Peggy Schmeltz James Jr. and Gail Schnabel James II and Mary Schneider Dr. Jerome Schneider Laura Schofield Duane Schooley Dr. James and Kathleen Schroeder

Joseph and Kimberly Schroeder Arlene Schubargo John Sr. and Alice Schuldt Dr. Sharon Schulte Donald and Jill Schurr Priscilla and Frederick Schwier Henry Schworm Dr. Barbara Scott Edward and Geraldine Scrutchins Charles and LaJacquelyn Seawater Dr. Raul and Sandra Seballos Laura Secord and Eric Lobbins Dr. Franklin Segal Mary Seitz Dr. Alisha and Chaunsy Sellers Dorsey and Kay Sergent Richard and Sandra Sexton Charles and Linda Seyfried Donald Jr. and Joyce Seymour Charlotte L. Shaffer Anita and Hitesh Shah Dr. Binal Shah Dr. Jayantilal and Marie Shah Dr. Lawrence Shall Bruce and Karen Shane Charles Shanfelt William III and Bernice Shannon Gertrude Shanteau Dr. Richard and Joyce Shara Dr. Robert and Hyla Sharrock Joseph Jr. and Gail Shaw Stephen and Joyce Shawaker Lonnie and Sharon Shedroff Dr. William and Margery Sheehan Janice Sheftel Dr. Robert and Irma Sheon Beverly Sheridan Peter and Darlene Sherman Edgar and M.J. Shirey Barbara and Terry Shirrod David and Barbara Shon Lawrence Shonebarger Scott and Judith Shook Terry Short Charles and Martha Shoun Dr. David and Dr. Mollie Shulan William and Christine Shunk Vicki Shutters Rebecca Sibert Gilbert Jr. and Suzanne Siegel Jeffrey Siek Steven and Jerol Sieracke Genevieve Signore Anthony and Denisa Silva Daniel Silvers Kyle Silvers Dr. Vincent and Hedwig Simmon

Larry and Kathryne Simmons Gregg and Beverly Simon Dr. Larry Simon Sandra Simon Joseph and Gail Simpson Ernest Sine Ed and Helen Sing Dr. Jeffrey and Ramona Sizemore Dr. Stephen and Catherine Skiver Joseph Sklarosky Sr. Kristin Skornia John and Marjorie Slagle Nancy and Todd Slater Dr. Bonnie Sloan Eric and Heather Slough Paul and Mary Smaldone Byron Smalley Christine and Terry Smallman Sr. John Smaltz Jr. Dr. Benedict Smar Donna Smatlak Carter and Elizabeth Smith Catherine Smith-Moore and Eddie Moore Charlesena Smith Diane and Richard Smith James and Nancy Smith Jeffrey A. Smith, M.D. Jeffrey and Susan Smith Oren and Beth Smith Mr. Lewis and Dr. Peg Smith Roger and Barbara Smith Steven and Barbara Smith James and Julie Smoragiewicz Carolyn Snarskis The Hon. Mark and Deborah Sobczak Dr. Thomas and Kelby Sodeman Dr. Alan Sofalvi Dr. Alan and Miriam Sokobin Dr. Kay Soltesz Dr. Dennis and Jo Sommers Dr. Joseph and Mattie Sommerville Alice and Harvey Soule Gerard and Diane Sowar James and Suzanne Spacek Melissa and Sammy Spann John Sr. and Rosemary Sparvero George and Dorie Spaulding Tom Spear David A. Spenard and Susan Spenard Robert and Susan Spence Charles Sperling Dr. Stephen Spielberg Steven and Kimberly Spieldenner

David and Sue Spiess Thomas and Lura Spinks David and Elizabeth Sprandel Dr. Dennis Sprecher and Dr. Hillorie Applebaum

Susan Stelmaszak Stanislaw Stepkowski Edward and Nancy Stepp David Sterner Lawrence and Caroline Steward

Dr. Thomas and Sally Sprunk Dorothy Spurlock Michael and Teresa Squillace Geoffrey and Charon Squitiero F. Jay and Andrea Stahan Charles and Carol Stainfield William and Eileen Stalets Steven and Yvonne Stallard Richard Jr. and Mary Alice Stanfield Betty Stanford Timothy and Carol Stansfield Gregory Stanson Ray and Deanna Starling Kent and Patricia Starrett Michael and Ricki Starrett Francis and Joan Stasa Mrs. Virginia Steagall and Dr. Larry Steagall Harcourt Stebbins Daniel Steele and Elizabeth Downs-Steele Herman Steele James and Sheila Steffel Prof. Richard Stegman Jr. Douglas Steinberger Chris and Ann Steiner

Dr. Glen and Joyce Stewart Timothy and Carleen Stiff Carolyn Stinchcomb-Barnes John Stinson Anthony and Sally Stites John and Mary Stockhausen David Stockman Randall and Heather Stockmaster Marie Stokowski Walter Stoll Erik Stone Spencer and Prudence Stone The Hon. Thomas Jr. and Kathleen Straatsma Margaret Stramm Dennis J. Strasser and Kathleen L. Zaenger Karl Strauss Steven and Maria Strawder Michael and Sherry Stroud Cynthia and Jeff Strzelecki Alfred and June Stuart Norman Stuart Jr. Ralph and Jane Stuckman Jeffrey and Patricia Stumpp Anna Sturgill and Nicholas Bonarrigo

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2008 Annual Report

Annual Giving-$100 to $299 Continued


Annual Giving-$100 to $299 Continued

Debra and Patrick Sugrue Steven Sulfaro Cheryl and Jeff Sullivan Dr. Daniel and Cynthia Sullivan Robert and Marcia Sullivan Robert and Enid Sullivant Janet Sumner Dr. Andrew and Audrey Sun Yichun Sun Dr. Marcia and Mr. Thomas C. Suter Dr. Steven and Sandra Sutherin Patricia Sutherland Kim Sutkus John and Nancy Swearengen Kevin Swint Dale and Kay Switzer James Szachta Charles and Christine Szczechowski Dr. Tracy and Michael Szirony Timothy and Sharon Szymanski James and Mary Szyskowski James and Mary Tabbert Andrew Taddei William and Jacquelynn Tailford Andrew and Anne Takacs Dr. Akira Takashima

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Richard and Catherine Talda Dr. Sarveswararao Talla Dr. Stephen and Julie Tamarkin Qing Tan and Xiaojin Guo Dr. George Taoka Dr. Robert Taormina James and Dr. Joan Tarloff

Kathryn and Irland Tashima Roy and Ellen Tatlonghari Michael and Susan Taubitz Joel and Candace Tavormina Armanda Taylor Robert Taylor Wayne Taylor and Ronald Rodgers John and Nancy Temme Dr. Mark and Carolyn Templin Dr. Thomas and Suzanne TenHoeve John and Sharon Terleski Dr. Diane Terp Phyllis Thaller Jan and Tish Thayer David Theurich Barbara Thierwechter Dr. Jean and Stephen Thomas Dr. Michele Thomas and Dr. Roderick Cairgle Timothy and Jane Thomas William Thomas Jr. Lt. Col. Garold Jr. and Janet Thompson Thomas Thompson Dr. Bernard and Mary Thornton Paul and Suzanne Thornton

Donald and Mary Thurber Dr. Lori Tierney John and Michelle Tilton Dr. Anthony Timko Joan Tingum Thomas Tinta Dr. James and Mary Tita Alan and Mary Titkemeier Daniel and Janet Toczynski Jeanne and James Todak Dr. William Todia Matthew and Dr. Patricia Toohey Dr. Pratap G. and Dr. Kiron P. Torsekar Michael and Dawn Toth Robert and Deborah Toth Jean Townsend Charles Trepinski Betty Tresso Dr. Ivan and Deanna Tribe Carl Trompeter Terry Troup Dr. John and Stephanie Trudeau R. Scott and Margaret Trumbull Thomas and Susan Trumbull Gayle and Steve Tuch Theodorsia and David Tucker The Hon. Thomas and Elizabeth Tucker William Turley Carl Turner Craig Turner William and Elena Tutwiler Clarence and Margaret Tyler Helen and Scott Ullman Robert and Nancy Ulrey Pamela Ulrich Thomas and Eileen Ulrich Mark and Lisa Urrutia Dr. John and Laurin Vaccariello James and Susan Valenti John and Debra Van Belle Mary VanBuren William Vandenbosch Mr. David A. Vanell and Ms. Sue A. Straits William and Barbara Van Luven Peter Van Schaick Stephen VanSteenberg Sandra Van Voorhis Albert and Deborah Vargo Maria Vasquez and David Hernandez Doris Vaughan Darrell and Barbara Vaughn Karin and S. Craig Veatch

Pirasanna Venugopal and Anita Murthy Richard Villwock Frank and Sandy Viviano Kenneth and Dolly Vogel Andrew and Karen Vollmer Karen and Richard Vollmer Thomas Von Sternberg and Eve Parker David Wagner Jeffrey and Kay Wagner Mark and Frances Wagner Frank Wagoner Sr. Mark and Kristi Wagoner Mary and Richard Wahl James and Dr. Zauyah Waite Dr. Aron and Anastazja Wajskol Michael and Anne Wallace Christine and James Walpole James Walsh Deborah and Robert Walters John and Barbara Walters Foster Jr. and Marcia Waltz Jerry and Linda Walz Randall and Linda Wangler Dr. John and Pamela Ward Deborah and Donald Warner Jr. Morris and Shirley Warren Charles and Terry Wasovich Richard and Irene Watkins Mr. Gregory Allgire Smith and Ms. Susan Watts Harold Jr. and Cheryl Weakly Dr. David and Dawn Weaver John and Marjorie Weaver Dr. Charles and Diedre Webb Kendrick Webb Thomas and Kathleen Weber R. Thomas and Christina Weeks Dr. Bruce and Jane Weide Neil Weinberg Charles and Frances Weinblatt David and Tina Weis Edgar and Ina Weis Philip and Margaret Weis Margaret Weisenburger Michelle Weiss Dr. David and Ann Weldy Dr. Robert N. Wendt and Dr. Judy Pheatt Martin and Mary Werner Jeffrey and Cynthia Wesenberg Jack West Robert and Mary West Francis and Sue Westmeyer Jack and Jane Westrich John and Caroline Wetter

David and Dorothy Wexler Marshall and Mary Wexler Randall and Mary Whately Dr. William and Beverly Wheeler Michael and Judy Whipple Bronson White James Jr. and Kimberly White Paul and Virginia Whitman Dr. Brett and Tara Wiesley Larry and Kay Wilcox David and Shirley Wiley David Willard and Karen Gallo-Willard Geneva Williams Jack and Susan Williams Patrick Williams Robert and Vanessa Williams Thomas and Mary Williams Jerry and Ruth Williamson Russell Wilson Timothy Wilson and Dr. Agnes Caldwell Donald and Arlene Wines J. Theodore and Fritzi Winkeljohn Dr. Susan Wintermeyer Dr. Matt Wirick Diane and James Witt The Hon. Charles and Phyllis Wittenberg Dwight and Patricia Wittenberg Thomas and Elizabeth Wochok Mark and Kathleen Wodarcyk Charles and Jeanne Wojtkowiak Edwin and Ivadean Wolber Mary Ann Wolcott R. Steven and Brenda Wolfarth Jason and Sasha Wolfe Norman Wolfe Lawrence Jr. and Sandra Wolfram James and Laura Wonacott Dr. Peter and Jane Wood Eileen Woods and Lori Greulich Marc and Kathryn Woodward Lt. Col. Philip and Henrietta Woolaver William and Mary Wotherspoon Kevin C. Wright and Patricia A. Goodall Norman and Julie Wright Ziping Wu and Dong Huang Dennis and Karen Wurzel John Wyant Sam and Kristin Wygant Ronald and Marylou Wyman Raymond and Elizabeth Yanok Christopher and Michelle Yarris Amy Yates

Charles and Geraldine Yeager Virginia and Robert York Edward and Barbara Yosses Bart and Shirley Young Eddie Young Dr. James and Michelle Young Lisa Young Marcia and David Young Michael Young Dr. Thomas and Gina Young Mona Yousef Dr. Mohammad and Geralyn Yousuf Dr. Jin Yuan Dr. Dawn Zacharias Jon and Janice Zachman Lorin and Eileen Zaner Dawn Zavala Rev. Linda Zaye Junell Zedaker Eugene Jr. and Frances Zegar Dr. Zhoupeng Zhang Jim C. Foust and Cathy A. Zimmer Kurt and Madeline Zimmerman Dr. Willis and Janys Zimmerman Mr. Raymond Zomkowski and Dr. Mildred Allred Thomas and Constance Zouhary James and Kathleen Zulick John and Kaiko Zureich Dr. David Zvara and Bharathi Jayanthi-Zvara Gary and Phyllis Zweifel Dr. David Zwillenberg

Gifts-in-Kind 21st Century Super Fitness Inc. Active Mobility of Ohio, Inc. Builder’s Steel Services Inc. Clarion Hotel Westgate Curves Discount Drug Mart DWD Technology Group LLC Eaton Corporation Fluid Concepts Health Aid of Ohio, Inc. Hire Performance, L.L.C. Hobby Shop West Libbey Inc. Marco’s, Inc. Olde Towne University Square Orbit Medical Ort Tool & Die Corp. Sunoco, Inc.

Team Sports Toledo Hilton Unique Fabrications, Inc. United Seating & Mobility

Corporations, Foundations and Organizations 21st Century Super Fitness Inc. 2-E Holding Company 3M General Offices AA Boos & Sons Abbott Laboratories ABCOMM, Inc. Academy of Medicine of Toledo and Lucas County Accenture Foundation, Inc. Ace Sanitation Actelion Pharmaceuticals US, Inc. Active Mobility of Ohio, Inc. Advanced Clinical Diagnostics Advanced Manufacturing Solutions Comp. Advanced Neurologic Associates Afro-American Patrolman’s League of Toledo Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. Alfagreen Supreme Allergan Alliance of Construction Professionals, Inc. Alsius Corporation American College of Physicians American Medical Association Foundation American Production/Inventory Control Society Chapter 69 American Red Cross American School Health Association American Society of Civil Eng. Toledo Section Amgen Foundation The Andersons Anesthesia Management, Inc. Anspach Meeks Ellenberger Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Archbold Container Corp. Area Office on Aging of N.W.O., Inc. Ashley Insurance Group Associated General Contractors

Astar Information Techologies Inc. Athena Diagnostics, Inc. Jude T. Aubry Co., L.P.A. Audio-technica Automatic Data Processing AVI FoodSystems, Inc. Awin Management, Inc. B & B Box Co. BakerCorp Basement Experts of America LLC BASF Corp. The Basketball Academy, Inc. William R. Bauer Research, LLC BAX Global Beebe Financial Services Beirut, Inc. Billingsley Tire Inc. The Birney Tennis Foundation Black Student Union Black and White Cab Company – The Potter Group The Blade Foundation The Blade Block Communications, Inc. Blue Water Communications LLC Scott Bly Insurance Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. F.A. Bollin & Associates, Inc. David and Helen Boone Foundation Bostleman Corporation Bowling Green State University Foundation BP America Inc. Brennan Industrial Truck Company Brooks Insurance Agency Buckeye TeleSystem Builder’s Steel Services Inc. Bunda, Stutz & Dewitt, LLP Burgin Heating Company Businessvoice, Inc. California Water Services – Tito Balling Campbell, Inc. Canberra Corporation Cannon Paper Co. Carpet Caretakers Case Medical, Inc. CD Realty Enterprises, Ltd Centocor, Inc. Certified Document Destruction, Inc.

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2008 Annual Report

Daniel Sturtz and Dr. Nancy Kessler Sturtz Robert Stutz Sandra and Eugene Stutzenstein Deepak and Dr. Kusum Subedi Viswanath and Shanthi Subramanyam


Annual Giving-$100 to $299 Continued

Debra and Patrick Sugrue Steven Sulfaro Cheryl and Jeff Sullivan Dr. Daniel and Cynthia Sullivan Robert and Marcia Sullivan Robert and Enid Sullivant Janet Sumner Dr. Andrew and Audrey Sun Yichun Sun Dr. Marcia and Mr. Thomas C. Suter Dr. Steven and Sandra Sutherin Patricia Sutherland Kim Sutkus John and Nancy Swearengen Kevin Swint Dale and Kay Switzer James Szachta Charles and Christine Szczechowski Dr. Tracy and Michael Szirony Timothy and Sharon Szymanski James and Mary Szyskowski James and Mary Tabbert Andrew Taddei William and Jacquelynn Tailford Andrew and Anne Takacs Dr. Akira Takashima

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Richard and Catherine Talda Dr. Sarveswararao Talla Dr. Stephen and Julie Tamarkin Qing Tan and Xiaojin Guo Dr. George Taoka Dr. Robert Taormina James and Dr. Joan Tarloff

Kathryn and Irland Tashima Roy and Ellen Tatlonghari Michael and Susan Taubitz Joel and Candace Tavormina Armanda Taylor Robert Taylor Wayne Taylor and Ronald Rodgers John and Nancy Temme Dr. Mark and Carolyn Templin Dr. Thomas and Suzanne TenHoeve John and Sharon Terleski Dr. Diane Terp Phyllis Thaller Jan and Tish Thayer David Theurich Barbara Thierwechter Dr. Jean and Stephen Thomas Dr. Michele Thomas and Dr. Roderick Cairgle Timothy and Jane Thomas William Thomas Jr. Lt. Col. Garold Jr. and Janet Thompson Thomas Thompson Dr. Bernard and Mary Thornton Paul and Suzanne Thornton

Donald and Mary Thurber Dr. Lori Tierney John and Michelle Tilton Dr. Anthony Timko Joan Tingum Thomas Tinta Dr. James and Mary Tita Alan and Mary Titkemeier Daniel and Janet Toczynski Jeanne and James Todak Dr. William Todia Matthew and Dr. Patricia Toohey Dr. Pratap G. and Dr. Kiron P. Torsekar Michael and Dawn Toth Robert and Deborah Toth Jean Townsend Charles Trepinski Betty Tresso Dr. Ivan and Deanna Tribe Carl Trompeter Terry Troup Dr. John and Stephanie Trudeau R. Scott and Margaret Trumbull Thomas and Susan Trumbull Gayle and Steve Tuch Theodorsia and David Tucker The Hon. Thomas and Elizabeth Tucker William Turley Carl Turner Craig Turner William and Elena Tutwiler Clarence and Margaret Tyler Helen and Scott Ullman Robert and Nancy Ulrey Pamela Ulrich Thomas and Eileen Ulrich Mark and Lisa Urrutia Dr. John and Laurin Vaccariello James and Susan Valenti John and Debra Van Belle Mary VanBuren William Vandenbosch Mr. David A. Vanell and Ms. Sue A. Straits William and Barbara Van Luven Peter Van Schaick Stephen VanSteenberg Sandra Van Voorhis Albert and Deborah Vargo Maria Vasquez and David Hernandez Doris Vaughan Darrell and Barbara Vaughn Karin and S. Craig Veatch

Pirasanna Venugopal and Anita Murthy Richard Villwock Frank and Sandy Viviano Kenneth and Dolly Vogel Andrew and Karen Vollmer Karen and Richard Vollmer Thomas Von Sternberg and Eve Parker David Wagner Jeffrey and Kay Wagner Mark and Frances Wagner Frank Wagoner Sr. Mark and Kristi Wagoner Mary and Richard Wahl James and Dr. Zauyah Waite Dr. Aron and Anastazja Wajskol Michael and Anne Wallace Christine and James Walpole James Walsh Deborah and Robert Walters John and Barbara Walters Foster Jr. and Marcia Waltz Jerry and Linda Walz Randall and Linda Wangler Dr. John and Pamela Ward Deborah and Donald Warner Jr. Morris and Shirley Warren Charles and Terry Wasovich Richard and Irene Watkins Mr. Gregory Allgire Smith and Ms. Susan Watts Harold Jr. and Cheryl Weakly Dr. David and Dawn Weaver John and Marjorie Weaver Dr. Charles and Diedre Webb Kendrick Webb Thomas and Kathleen Weber R. Thomas and Christina Weeks Dr. Bruce and Jane Weide Neil Weinberg Charles and Frances Weinblatt David and Tina Weis Edgar and Ina Weis Philip and Margaret Weis Margaret Weisenburger Michelle Weiss Dr. David and Ann Weldy Dr. Robert N. Wendt and Dr. Judy Pheatt Martin and Mary Werner Jeffrey and Cynthia Wesenberg Jack West Robert and Mary West Francis and Sue Westmeyer Jack and Jane Westrich John and Caroline Wetter

David and Dorothy Wexler Marshall and Mary Wexler Randall and Mary Whately Dr. William and Beverly Wheeler Michael and Judy Whipple Bronson White James Jr. and Kimberly White Paul and Virginia Whitman Dr. Brett and Tara Wiesley Larry and Kay Wilcox David and Shirley Wiley David Willard and Karen Gallo-Willard Geneva Williams Jack and Susan Williams Patrick Williams Robert and Vanessa Williams Thomas and Mary Williams Jerry and Ruth Williamson Russell Wilson Timothy Wilson and Dr. Agnes Caldwell Donald and Arlene Wines J. Theodore and Fritzi Winkeljohn Dr. Susan Wintermeyer Dr. Matt Wirick Diane and James Witt The Hon. Charles and Phyllis Wittenberg Dwight and Patricia Wittenberg Thomas and Elizabeth Wochok Mark and Kathleen Wodarcyk Charles and Jeanne Wojtkowiak Edwin and Ivadean Wolber Mary Ann Wolcott R. Steven and Brenda Wolfarth Jason and Sasha Wolfe Norman Wolfe Lawrence Jr. and Sandra Wolfram James and Laura Wonacott Dr. Peter and Jane Wood Eileen Woods and Lori Greulich Marc and Kathryn Woodward Lt. Col. Philip and Henrietta Woolaver William and Mary Wotherspoon Kevin C. Wright and Patricia A. Goodall Norman and Julie Wright Ziping Wu and Dong Huang Dennis and Karen Wurzel John Wyant Sam and Kristin Wygant Ronald and Marylou Wyman Raymond and Elizabeth Yanok Christopher and Michelle Yarris Amy Yates

Charles and Geraldine Yeager Virginia and Robert York Edward and Barbara Yosses Bart and Shirley Young Eddie Young Dr. James and Michelle Young Lisa Young Marcia and David Young Michael Young Dr. Thomas and Gina Young Mona Yousef Dr. Mohammad and Geralyn Yousuf Dr. Jin Yuan Dr. Dawn Zacharias Jon and Janice Zachman Lorin and Eileen Zaner Dawn Zavala Rev. Linda Zaye Junell Zedaker Eugene Jr. and Frances Zegar Dr. Zhoupeng Zhang Jim C. Foust and Cathy A. Zimmer Kurt and Madeline Zimmerman Dr. Willis and Janys Zimmerman Mr. Raymond Zomkowski and Dr. Mildred Allred Thomas and Constance Zouhary James and Kathleen Zulick John and Kaiko Zureich Dr. David Zvara and Bharathi Jayanthi-Zvara Gary and Phyllis Zweifel Dr. David Zwillenberg

Gifts-in-Kind 21st Century Super Fitness Inc. Active Mobility of Ohio, Inc. Builder’s Steel Services Inc. Clarion Hotel Westgate Curves Discount Drug Mart DWD Technology Group LLC Eaton Corporation Fluid Concepts Health Aid of Ohio, Inc. Hire Performance, L.L.C. Hobby Shop West Libbey Inc. Marco’s, Inc. Olde Towne University Square Orbit Medical Ort Tool & Die Corp. Sunoco, Inc.

Team Sports Toledo Hilton Unique Fabrications, Inc. United Seating & Mobility

Corporations, Foundations and Organizations 21st Century Super Fitness Inc. 2-E Holding Company 3M General Offices AA Boos & Sons Abbott Laboratories ABCOMM, Inc. Academy of Medicine of Toledo and Lucas County Accenture Foundation, Inc. Ace Sanitation Actelion Pharmaceuticals US, Inc. Active Mobility of Ohio, Inc. Advanced Clinical Diagnostics Advanced Manufacturing Solutions Comp. Advanced Neurologic Associates Afro-American Patrolman’s League of Toledo Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. Alfagreen Supreme Allergan Alliance of Construction Professionals, Inc. Alsius Corporation American College of Physicians American Medical Association Foundation American Production/Inventory Control Society Chapter 69 American Red Cross American School Health Association American Society of Civil Eng. Toledo Section Amgen Foundation The Andersons Anesthesia Management, Inc. Anspach Meeks Ellenberger Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Archbold Container Corp. Area Office on Aging of N.W.O., Inc. Ashley Insurance Group Associated General Contractors

Astar Information Techologies Inc. Athena Diagnostics, Inc. Jude T. Aubry Co., L.P.A. Audio-technica Automatic Data Processing AVI FoodSystems, Inc. Awin Management, Inc. B & B Box Co. BakerCorp Basement Experts of America LLC BASF Corp. The Basketball Academy, Inc. William R. Bauer Research, LLC BAX Global Beebe Financial Services Beirut, Inc. Billingsley Tire Inc. The Birney Tennis Foundation Black Student Union Black and White Cab Company – The Potter Group The Blade Foundation The Blade Block Communications, Inc. Blue Water Communications LLC Scott Bly Insurance Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. F.A. Bollin & Associates, Inc. David and Helen Boone Foundation Bostleman Corporation Bowling Green State University Foundation BP America Inc. Brennan Industrial Truck Company Brooks Insurance Agency Buckeye TeleSystem Builder’s Steel Services Inc. Bunda, Stutz & Dewitt, LLP Burgin Heating Company Businessvoice, Inc. California Water Services – Tito Balling Campbell, Inc. Canberra Corporation Cannon Paper Co. Carpet Caretakers Case Medical, Inc. CD Realty Enterprises, Ltd Centocor, Inc. Certified Document Destruction, Inc.

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Daniel Sturtz and Dr. Nancy Kessler Sturtz Robert Stutz Sandra and Eugene Stutzenstein Deepak and Dr. Kusum Subedi Viswanath and Shanthi Subramanyam


Charitable Gift Fund Charlie’s Dodge Inc. Fred Christen & Sons Co. City Of Toledo Clarion Hotel Westgate Clinical Pathology Associates, P.C. CollaGenex Pharmaceuticals Colony Pharmacy, Inc. The Pharmacy Counter Columbus Foundation Committee to Elect Robert C. Klaiber Commonwealth Orthopaedic Centers, P.S.C. Communica, Inc. Communications Workers of America #4319 Conceptus, Inc. Concrete Sawing and Drilling Association Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Inc. Corporate Meeting Solutions, LLC Corporate Splash Corpus Christi University Parish CorScan Plus Cotton Fabrics Co. Crown CSX Corp. Cubbon & Associates Co., LPA Cubist Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Curves Cutting Edge Converted Products, Inc. CVS Pharmacy, Inc. Czarnowski Display Service, Inc. D. and J. Company Dade Community Foundation Daimler Chrylser Company LLC Willis Day Properties, Inc. The Delp Company Delrisk Inc. Deltuck Inc. Agnes L. Devlin Memorial Fund Inc. - A. Louis Denton Discount Drug Mart Disney Worldwide Services, Inc. DL 55 Company Document Management Solutions LLC Donaldson Drug, Inc DBA Carrington Drug The Douglas Company Downtown Coaches Association DuBose and Associates

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DWD Technology Group LLC Eaton Corporation The Economic Opportunity Planning Association of Greater Toledo Inc. Ellentuck Interiors Embryon, Inc. Emert Recycling Corporation Empi Energy Market Solutions, LLC Engineers Without Borders - USA Enterprise Rent-A-Car of Detroit Envirosafe Services, Inc. Erie Construction Mid-West, Inc. Erie Steel LTD Ethos Group, Inc. The William Fall Group Family Reading Program The Farmers and Merchants State Bank Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fifth Third Bank, Northeastern Ohio Finance Systems of Toledo Findley Davies, Inc. First American/Midland Title First Federal Bank FirstEnergy Corp. First Energy Foundation FirstMerit Bank Fischer Tool & Die Corporation Flagship Foundation Flower Hospital Fluid Concepts Fort Meigs Auto Electric Co. Foster Excavating, Inc. Fraser Clemens Martin Miller LLC G. K. Strategy Consulting Galaxie Corp. Galderma USA F. W. Galliers Co. Gallon Takacs Boissoneault & Schaffer Gamma Delta Geiger Foundation for Cancer Research General Alum New England Corp. Genzyme Giant Eagle, Inc. Gilmore Jasion Mahler LTD Givingexpress Program from American Express Gleaner Life Insurance Society Global Impact

Goldberg and Pines Attorneys at Law Golf Course Associates, LLC Goodrich Corporation The Gorski Family Foundation Graceway Pharmaceuticals, LLC The Greater Cincinnati Foundation Growth Management Systems, Inc. Steve Gulley Farms Habitec Security, Inc. Hamann and Associates, Inc. Hammill Manufacturing Co. Joel Hansen State Farm Insurance Harbor Behavior Healthcare Harbor Capital Advisors Hardcastle Solutions Inc. Hart Associates Harvest Supply, Inc. Stephen M. Hawley & Assoc. HD Dimension Corp. Health Aid of Ohio, Inc. Health Care REIT, Inc. Health Wellness & Restoration, Inc. Heidelberg Distributing Company Henry County Family Physicians Herschel, Accettola & Mills Hess Foundation, Inc. Nicholas W. Hetzer & Co LPA Hilleby International, Inc. Arthur Hills/Steve Forrest and Associates Hilti, Inc. Hinkle Manufacturing, Inc. Hire Performance, L.L.C. Hobby Shop West William & Jane Holman Family Charitable Foundation Homewood Press Honeywell Hometown Solutions Deron L. Horman, M.D., Inc. The Horwitz and Pintis Co. The Hubbard Company Humana MarketPoint Huntington Insurance Huntington National Bank Joe Hurley Insurance Hylant Group The Iarocci Law Firm, Ltd. Image Integration Systems, Inc. Independent Concrete Pipe The Indiana Avenue Missionary Baptist Church

Industrial Power Systems, Inc. Intendis Interep International Union Ironhead Fabricating & Contracting Inc. Ironhead Marine, Inc. Ironton Elementary 2-3 PTC George Isaac Foundation J & J Enterprises J. K. Orthodontics, Inc. Jake’s Saloon M. A. Jan MD, Inc. Janney Mongomery Scott LLC Jans Construction LLC J.D. Steel Products, LLC Jeep Federal Credit Union Robert V. Jensen, Inc. Jewish Communal Fund Johnson and Associates Just In Time Therapy Philip T. Kallile, D.D.S., Inc. Kalniz, Iorio & Feldstein Co., L.P.A. Attorney & Counselors At Law KeyBank Kiemle Hankins Co. Kim Ann Inc. DBA Hall Distribution Kingston HealthCare Company Kissoff Rayner Foos & Kruse Steven A. Klar Foundation Klinger Associates, Inc. Korean War Veterans Association Northwest Ohio Chapter Kripke Enterprises, Inc. The Kroger Company Kuhlman Corporation Kuka Toledo Production Operations LLC L W Associates, Inc. Labor Management Cooperation Committee Inc. Laborers International Union of North America AFL-CIO Local 500 Lafferty Gallagher & Scott Lakeside Interior Contractors, Inc. William C. Langdon & Co., Inc. LaSalle Cleaners Lathrop Company Latino Fest Fred Lauffer, Contractor La-Z-Boy Incorporated E. J. Leizerman & Associates, LLC

Lighthouse Branding & Merchandising Agency Local 14 UAW Committee to Elect Anita Lopez Lott Industries Inc. Lourdes College LublinSussman Group, LLP Lubrizol Foundation Lucas County Auditor Lucas County Medical Alliance The Lyden Co. Cristal Lynch, M.D., Inc. M & M Restaurant Supply Guy & Rosa Mabry Foundation Marathon Petroleum Company LLC Marco’s, Inc. Marshall & Melhorn, LLC Maumee Bay Enterprises, Inc. – Northwood Tax Service Maumee Sportsmall Driving Range, Inc. Maumee Watershed District United Methodist Church Max & Erma’s M/B Foundation MB Insurance Agency LTD LLC McCord Junior High School Thomas McDonald Partners LLC McKenny, Ernsberger & Grude Co. L.P.A. Attorneys at Law McMaster Foundation Medco Health Solutions, Inc. Media Financial Services, Inc. Medical Mission Hall of Fame Medical Mutual Of Ohio Medline Industries Inc. Mercy Health Partners Mergis Group Metabolic Solutions, LLC Metzgers Printing + Mailing MGI Pharma, Inc. Midwest Die Supply Company Midwest Paper Specialties Co. Inc. Paul Minor Family Foundation Missions International of America MJM Investments LLC Modern Portfolio Management, Inc. Morris Iron & Steel Co., Inc. Iron & Steel Scrap TUW Henry L. Morse FBO Charities c/o KeyBank MT Business Technologies, Inc. Nathan Diesel Service National Assoc. of Chain Drug Stores

National City Bank The National Collegiate Athletic Association National Heritage Foundation National Stroke Association Neil’s Men’s Shop Bobby Nester Electric New Lawrence’s Auto Service, Inc. Noral Real Estate North American Polymers Inc. North Star Bluescope Steel LLC Northeast Metal Traders, Inc. Northeastern Chemical Assoc. Inc. Northern California Neurological Surgeons Northwest Firestop Northwest Ohio Chapter CFMA Northwest Ohio Community Shares Inc. Northwest Ohio Sickle-Cell Anemia Foundation Novo Nordisk Pharmaceuticals, Inc. NPKTWK, LLC NSF International NZRD Properties of Toledo OCP Contractors Ohio and Michigan Paper Company Ohio Child Care Resource & Referral Assoc. Ohio Parkinson Foundation Norwest Region, Inc. Ohio Space Grant Consortium Ohio Aerospace Institute Ohio State University Oldcastle Glass Perrysburg Olde Towne University Square Olver Korts LLP OmniSource Corp. OptiVue Orbit Medical Oregon Clinic Inc. Ort Tool & Die Corp. Orthokinetic Technologies LLC Oswald Supporting Organization Overcashier and Horst Heating Owens Community College Owens-Illinois Charities Foundation P G L Installation & Sales Packaging Engineering LLC Panoramic Metals, LLC Paralegal Association of Northwest Ohio

Partners In Business Health Solutions Patrick Henry Local Board of Education Paychex PDL BioPharma Pepsi Americas Perrysburg Title Agency, Inc. Perstorp Polyols Inc. V E Peterson Co. Pfizer, Inc. Pfizer United Way Campaign Pharmacists Mutual Insurance Co. The Pharmacy Counter Phi Kappa Phi Physicians Insurance Company of Ohio (PICO) Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity Piper Jaffray Plante & Moran, PLLC Poggemeyer Design Group, Inc. Port Lawrence Title and Trust Company The Potter Corporation The Potter Group, Ltd. Precision Portable Machine, LLC Predictive Technologies, L.L.C. Primary Medical Specialists Inc. ProMedica Health System Puffenberger for Judge Committee Quicken Loans R & R Food Equipment Maintenance, Inc.

R S Restaurant Inc. Rahe & Company, CPA’S Reading is Fundamental Reconstructive & Aesthetics Surgeons, Inc. Reinberger Foundation Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice Reminger Co., L.P.A. Rising Oak Foundation River East Dental Group Riverside School of Nursing Alumni Association RMF Nooter Robison Curphey & O’Connell Rohrbachers, Cron, Manahan, Trimble & Zimmerman Co. LPA Roppe Corporation RS Farm & Harvest Supply, Inc. Rudolph/Libbe, Inc. Leonard A. Russell, D.D.S., Inc. Ruvolo & Associates David Hamilton Ryerson Memorial Foundation The Raymond & Beverly Sackler Foundation St. Luke’s Hospital John Saionz Memorial Dance Foundation, Inc. Salerno Carpenter Contracting Sam’s Club Foundation Sanofi-aventis Savage and Associates, Inc.

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2008 Annual Report

Corporations, Foundations and Organizations Continued


Charitable Gift Fund Charlie’s Dodge Inc. Fred Christen & Sons Co. City Of Toledo Clarion Hotel Westgate Clinical Pathology Associates, P.C. CollaGenex Pharmaceuticals Colony Pharmacy, Inc. The Pharmacy Counter Columbus Foundation Committee to Elect Robert C. Klaiber Commonwealth Orthopaedic Centers, P.S.C. Communica, Inc. Communications Workers of America #4319 Conceptus, Inc. Concrete Sawing and Drilling Association Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Inc. Corporate Meeting Solutions, LLC Corporate Splash Corpus Christi University Parish CorScan Plus Cotton Fabrics Co. Crown CSX Corp. Cubbon & Associates Co., LPA Cubist Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Curves Cutting Edge Converted Products, Inc. CVS Pharmacy, Inc. Czarnowski Display Service, Inc. D. and J. Company Dade Community Foundation Daimler Chrylser Company LLC Willis Day Properties, Inc. The Delp Company Delrisk Inc. Deltuck Inc. Agnes L. Devlin Memorial Fund Inc. - A. Louis Denton Discount Drug Mart Disney Worldwide Services, Inc. DL 55 Company Document Management Solutions LLC Donaldson Drug, Inc DBA Carrington Drug The Douglas Company Downtown Coaches Association DuBose and Associates

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DWD Technology Group LLC Eaton Corporation The Economic Opportunity Planning Association of Greater Toledo Inc. Ellentuck Interiors Embryon, Inc. Emert Recycling Corporation Empi Energy Market Solutions, LLC Engineers Without Borders - USA Enterprise Rent-A-Car of Detroit Envirosafe Services, Inc. Erie Construction Mid-West, Inc. Erie Steel LTD Ethos Group, Inc. The William Fall Group Family Reading Program The Farmers and Merchants State Bank Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fifth Third Bank, Northeastern Ohio Finance Systems of Toledo Findley Davies, Inc. First American/Midland Title First Federal Bank FirstEnergy Corp. First Energy Foundation FirstMerit Bank Fischer Tool & Die Corporation Flagship Foundation Flower Hospital Fluid Concepts Fort Meigs Auto Electric Co. Foster Excavating, Inc. Fraser Clemens Martin Miller LLC G. K. Strategy Consulting Galaxie Corp. Galderma USA F. W. Galliers Co. Gallon Takacs Boissoneault & Schaffer Gamma Delta Geiger Foundation for Cancer Research General Alum New England Corp. Genzyme Giant Eagle, Inc. Gilmore Jasion Mahler LTD Givingexpress Program from American Express Gleaner Life Insurance Society Global Impact

Goldberg and Pines Attorneys at Law Golf Course Associates, LLC Goodrich Corporation The Gorski Family Foundation Graceway Pharmaceuticals, LLC The Greater Cincinnati Foundation Growth Management Systems, Inc. Steve Gulley Farms Habitec Security, Inc. Hamann and Associates, Inc. Hammill Manufacturing Co. Joel Hansen State Farm Insurance Harbor Behavior Healthcare Harbor Capital Advisors Hardcastle Solutions Inc. Hart Associates Harvest Supply, Inc. Stephen M. Hawley & Assoc. HD Dimension Corp. Health Aid of Ohio, Inc. Health Care REIT, Inc. Health Wellness & Restoration, Inc. Heidelberg Distributing Company Henry County Family Physicians Herschel, Accettola & Mills Hess Foundation, Inc. Nicholas W. Hetzer & Co LPA Hilleby International, Inc. Arthur Hills/Steve Forrest and Associates Hilti, Inc. Hinkle Manufacturing, Inc. Hire Performance, L.L.C. Hobby Shop West William & Jane Holman Family Charitable Foundation Homewood Press Honeywell Hometown Solutions Deron L. Horman, M.D., Inc. The Horwitz and Pintis Co. The Hubbard Company Humana MarketPoint Huntington Insurance Huntington National Bank Joe Hurley Insurance Hylant Group The Iarocci Law Firm, Ltd. Image Integration Systems, Inc. Independent Concrete Pipe The Indiana Avenue Missionary Baptist Church

Industrial Power Systems, Inc. Intendis Interep International Union Ironhead Fabricating & Contracting Inc. Ironhead Marine, Inc. Ironton Elementary 2-3 PTC George Isaac Foundation J & J Enterprises J. K. Orthodontics, Inc. Jake’s Saloon M. A. Jan MD, Inc. Janney Mongomery Scott LLC Jans Construction LLC J.D. Steel Products, LLC Jeep Federal Credit Union Robert V. Jensen, Inc. Jewish Communal Fund Johnson and Associates Just In Time Therapy Philip T. Kallile, D.D.S., Inc. Kalniz, Iorio & Feldstein Co., L.P.A. Attorney & Counselors At Law KeyBank Kiemle Hankins Co. Kim Ann Inc. DBA Hall Distribution Kingston HealthCare Company Kissoff Rayner Foos & Kruse Steven A. Klar Foundation Klinger Associates, Inc. Korean War Veterans Association Northwest Ohio Chapter Kripke Enterprises, Inc. The Kroger Company Kuhlman Corporation Kuka Toledo Production Operations LLC L W Associates, Inc. Labor Management Cooperation Committee Inc. Laborers International Union of North America AFL-CIO Local 500 Lafferty Gallagher & Scott Lakeside Interior Contractors, Inc. William C. Langdon & Co., Inc. LaSalle Cleaners Lathrop Company Latino Fest Fred Lauffer, Contractor La-Z-Boy Incorporated E. J. Leizerman & Associates, LLC

Lighthouse Branding & Merchandising Agency Local 14 UAW Committee to Elect Anita Lopez Lott Industries Inc. Lourdes College LublinSussman Group, LLP Lubrizol Foundation Lucas County Auditor Lucas County Medical Alliance The Lyden Co. Cristal Lynch, M.D., Inc. M & M Restaurant Supply Guy & Rosa Mabry Foundation Marathon Petroleum Company LLC Marco’s, Inc. Marshall & Melhorn, LLC Maumee Bay Enterprises, Inc. – Northwood Tax Service Maumee Sportsmall Driving Range, Inc. Maumee Watershed District United Methodist Church Max & Erma’s M/B Foundation MB Insurance Agency LTD LLC McCord Junior High School Thomas McDonald Partners LLC McKenny, Ernsberger & Grude Co. L.P.A. Attorneys at Law McMaster Foundation Medco Health Solutions, Inc. Media Financial Services, Inc. Medical Mission Hall of Fame Medical Mutual Of Ohio Medline Industries Inc. Mercy Health Partners Mergis Group Metabolic Solutions, LLC Metzgers Printing + Mailing MGI Pharma, Inc. Midwest Die Supply Company Midwest Paper Specialties Co. Inc. Paul Minor Family Foundation Missions International of America MJM Investments LLC Modern Portfolio Management, Inc. Morris Iron & Steel Co., Inc. Iron & Steel Scrap TUW Henry L. Morse FBO Charities c/o KeyBank MT Business Technologies, Inc. Nathan Diesel Service National Assoc. of Chain Drug Stores

National City Bank The National Collegiate Athletic Association National Heritage Foundation National Stroke Association Neil’s Men’s Shop Bobby Nester Electric New Lawrence’s Auto Service, Inc. Noral Real Estate North American Polymers Inc. North Star Bluescope Steel LLC Northeast Metal Traders, Inc. Northeastern Chemical Assoc. Inc. Northern California Neurological Surgeons Northwest Firestop Northwest Ohio Chapter CFMA Northwest Ohio Community Shares Inc. Northwest Ohio Sickle-Cell Anemia Foundation Novo Nordisk Pharmaceuticals, Inc. NPKTWK, LLC NSF International NZRD Properties of Toledo OCP Contractors Ohio and Michigan Paper Company Ohio Child Care Resource & Referral Assoc. Ohio Parkinson Foundation Norwest Region, Inc. Ohio Space Grant Consortium Ohio Aerospace Institute Ohio State University Oldcastle Glass Perrysburg Olde Towne University Square Olver Korts LLP OmniSource Corp. OptiVue Orbit Medical Oregon Clinic Inc. Ort Tool & Die Corp. Orthokinetic Technologies LLC Oswald Supporting Organization Overcashier and Horst Heating Owens Community College Owens-Illinois Charities Foundation P G L Installation & Sales Packaging Engineering LLC Panoramic Metals, LLC Paralegal Association of Northwest Ohio

Partners In Business Health Solutions Patrick Henry Local Board of Education Paychex PDL BioPharma Pepsi Americas Perrysburg Title Agency, Inc. Perstorp Polyols Inc. V E Peterson Co. Pfizer, Inc. Pfizer United Way Campaign Pharmacists Mutual Insurance Co. The Pharmacy Counter Phi Kappa Phi Physicians Insurance Company of Ohio (PICO) Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity Piper Jaffray Plante & Moran, PLLC Poggemeyer Design Group, Inc. Port Lawrence Title and Trust Company The Potter Corporation The Potter Group, Ltd. Precision Portable Machine, LLC Predictive Technologies, L.L.C. Primary Medical Specialists Inc. ProMedica Health System Puffenberger for Judge Committee Quicken Loans R & R Food Equipment Maintenance, Inc.

R S Restaurant Inc. Rahe & Company, CPA’S Reading is Fundamental Reconstructive & Aesthetics Surgeons, Inc. Reinberger Foundation Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice Reminger Co., L.P.A. Rising Oak Foundation River East Dental Group Riverside School of Nursing Alumni Association RMF Nooter Robison Curphey & O’Connell Rohrbachers, Cron, Manahan, Trimble & Zimmerman Co. LPA Roppe Corporation RS Farm & Harvest Supply, Inc. Rudolph/Libbe, Inc. Leonard A. Russell, D.D.S., Inc. Ruvolo & Associates David Hamilton Ryerson Memorial Foundation The Raymond & Beverly Sackler Foundation St. Luke’s Hospital John Saionz Memorial Dance Foundation, Inc. Salerno Carpenter Contracting Sam’s Club Foundation Sanofi-aventis Savage and Associates, Inc.

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2008 Annual Report

Corporations, Foundations and Organizations Continued


Corporations, Foundations and Organizations Continued

Charlotte R. Schmidlapp Fund Ed Schmidt Automotive Group Schorling’s Market LLC Schwab Charitable Fund Seneca Corporation Sequoia Springs Serono, Inc. SFC LTD LLC Shafer Valve Company Sheet Metal Workers Local Union No. 33 Shelly Materials, Inc. Shire US Inc. Sigma Xi - UT Chapter The Sign Lady, Inc. Signature Bank N.A. Slade Associates Smart Disc, Inc. Smith & Nephew, Inc. Smuggler’s Baypointe I LLC Sobb Roberts & Pribis Inc. Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. Sophia Self Storage LLC Spartan Chemical Company, Inc. Spherion Corporation

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St. Charles Mercy Hospital St. Jude Medical Foundation Steam Cleaners, Inc. Fresno Sterling Laboratories Stifel, Nicolaus & Company Stoneco, Inc.

The Robert J. Stransky Foundation STS Property Mgmt Success Direct Marketing, Inc. – Val Pak of NW Ohio/ Reach Magazine Sullivan Family Foundation, Inc. Sunoco, Inc. Superior Packaging of Toledo Superior Uniform Sales, Inc. Sylvania Auto Restyling & Glass Synthes U.S.A. T. J. Automation, Inc. The Tansey Group Inc. Tasker Family Limited Partnership Taylor Cadillac Team Sports Team Sports Tournaments Teamsters Local #20 Teva Neuroscience, Inc. Therma-Tru Corporation Thomson West Toast.Net Internet Service Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority

Toledo Classic, Inc. Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Toledo Hilton Toledo Jazz Society, Inc. Toledo Jewish Community Foundation Toledo Lucas County Port Authority Toledo Museum Of Art Toledo Physical Education Supply, Inc. Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce Toledo Roadrunners Club Toledo Trucking Association Inc. Toledo Wire Products, Inc. Toledo Woman’s Club The Toledo Zoo Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc. Toth Industries Transoma Medical, Inc. Jeff Traudt State Farm Insurance Tremco Barrier Solutions Inc. An RPM Company Trinity Episcopal Church Tri-State Aluminum Trout Creek Construction Moose Trautman TrueNorth Energy, Inc. Trufast Corporation TRW Automotive TTL Associates, Inc. UAW-Daimler Chrysler UAW-Ford National Education, Development & Training Center UAW-GM Center for Human Resources UCB Pharma, Inc. Unique Fabrications, Inc. Unique Tool & Manufacturing Co., Inc. United Jewish Foundation of Metropolitan Detroit United Seating & Mobility United Way of Greater Toledo Univar USA Inc. University of Cincinnati University of Connecticut UPS UPS Metro Detroit District URS Corporation UT Alumni Association UT Arts & Sciences College UT Dean of Students

UT Engineering College UT HSC College of Nursing Jr. Class 2007-2008 UT HSC OB/GYN Department UT Medical Center UT Multicultural Student Devlopment UT Physicians Group UT Student Bar Association Vandelay Sports Vandeventer Black LLP Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Vassar, Dills, Dawson & Bonfiglio William Vaughan Co. Veterans Service Commission The Victorian Tudor Inn Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 3 Volkswagen of America Wagner Enterprise Inc Waite-Brand Foundation Walgreen Co. Wal-Mart Wal-Mart #5030 Waterford Bank, N.A. Wauseon Machine & Mfg. Inc. Weber-O’Brien Ltd. Wells Real Estate Co. Westbrook C.C. Golf Shop Law Offices of Rebecca L. West-Estell Westgate Title Agency LLC Willson Builders, Inc. WNWO-TV Toledo Television Investors The Wolfe Family Charitable Foundation Women Obstetrics & Gynecology, PLC Wood County Hospital Wood County Medical Associates Zeta Theta Chapter Sigma Theta Drs. Zouhary & Fisher DDS Inc.

Matching Gift Companies Abbott Laboratories Fund Accenture Foundation, Inc. Alcoa Foundation Allstate Foundation American Electric Power Services American Express Gift Matching Program

American International Group, Inc. Amsted Industries Incorporated The Andersons Foundation Arrow Electronics AT&T Foundation BP Foundation, Inc. Barnes Group Foundation Inc. BASF Corp. Bechtel Foundation The Boeing Co. Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Brush Engineered Materials Chevron Corp. Citigroup Foundation Matching Gifts Program Cooper Tire and Rubber Co. DaimlerChrysler Corporation Fund Dana Corporation Foundation Devon Energy Corporation Diebold Foundation Discover Financial Services The Dow Chemical Co. Dow Corning Corp. DTE Energy The Duke Energy Foundation Matching Gifts Program Dykema Gossett Eaton Corp. Eli Lilly & Co. Foundation Emerson Electric Company Esterline Techologies ExxonMobil Foundation Matching Gift Program Federated Department Stores, Inc. Fifth Third Bank First Energy Foundation Freddie Mac Genentech, Inc. General Electric Foundation General Mills Operations, Inc. General Motors Foundation GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Goodrich Corporation W W Grainger, Inc. Guardian Life Insurance Co. Harbor Capital Advisors HCR ManorCare Foundation IBM Corp. ICI Paints International Paper Co. Foundation ITW Foundation Johnson Controls Foundation Johnson & Johnson J.P. Morgan/Chase

Key Foundation Land O Lakes Foundation LaSalle Bank Corporation LexisNexis Libbey Inc. Lockheed Martin Corp. Lubrizol Foundation Macy’s Foundation Marathon Oil Co. Foundation Marathon Petroleum Company LLC Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. Masco Corporation Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance McDonald’s Corporation Merck Company Foundation Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. Metropolitan Life Foundation Mettler Toledo Scales & Systems Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Mobil Foundation, Inc. Employee Programs Morgan Stanley National City Bank Northwest Region Nationwide Insurance The Northrup Grumman Foundation Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Novartis US Foundation OMNOVA Solutions Foundation Owens Corning Owens-Illinois Charities Foundation Penn Virginia Corp. Pfizer, Inc. Philips Electronics North America Corp. Procter & Gamble Fund Regions Financial Corporation Roche Matching Gift Program Rockwell Collins Saint-Gobain Corporation Foundation Sanofi-aventis Savage and Associates, Inc. SBC Foundation Schering-Plough Foundation Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc. J M Smucker Company SSOE, Inc. State Farm Companies Foundation

Sun Microsystems, Inc. Thomson Tax & Accounting Tyco International Ltd. UBS Foundation USA Matching Gift Program Union Pacific Corp. UPS Foundation, Inc. Verizon Washington Group Foundation, Inc. Wellpoint Associate Giving Campaign Western-Southern Enterprise Fund Whirlpool Corp. Xerox Corp. XL Global Services, Inc.

trusts and estates Raymond G. Andrew Trust Barkoot Family Trust Reemt R. Baumann Trust Susan Beilstein Scholarship Fund Trust John A. Bergener TTEE Thomas V. and Joyce A. Bettinger Living Trust Emma Leah Bippus, Trustee Helen N. Black Trust Pauline Blatt TTEE The Bollenbacher Family Trust Willard A. Brown Jr. Trust Butts Trust Estate of Edward Taylor Byram John T. Cairns, Trustee Howard L. Camp Living Trust Ronald M. and Betty L. Coffman Trust Lawrence V. Conway Revocable Trust Marion M. Cook Trust William Cooke Scholarship Trust E. Ford Crider Trust Joan Anne Dismukes TTEE Gene F. Dose Living Trust Daniel Droz Liv. Trust Mohamed and Susan El-Shafie Trust Emerson Charitable Trust Wayne J. Escott TTEE Richard R. Faist/Kathleen A. Faist Revocable Trust Mary Jane Flores Declaration of Trust

Beatrice S. Friedman Trust Phyllis C. Gallo Living Trust Martin E. Goff Trust Max P. Gottfried Charitable Trust Pauline L. Goutras Rev. Trust Judith Ann Grounds TTEE Carol L. Harms Trust Arthur J. Hatch Jr. Trust Robert L. Hinkle Charitable Lead Trust Frederick W. Hiss 1997 Family Charitable Trust Frederick W. Hiss 2002 Family Charitable Trust Craig A. Holden TTEE Paul A. Hotmer, TTEE Steven C. Hug Living Trust Estate of Wilbur H. Hutchins Marion Isaac Revocable Trust Frank D. Jacobs Revocable Trust Jagadish S. Jhunjhunwala Living Trust Susan M. Johnson Trustee Dorothy A. Jones Rev. Living Trust Harry F. Judy Trust Mary M. Karazim Trust Elizabeth Karns-Lennox Donald James Konopka TTEE Survivor’s Trust Ruth G. Lambert Trust Teddy Bear Larimer Trust Charlotte R. Levis Charitable Lead Trust William G. Lyden Jr. Charitable Trust Mike Magliocco Trust Allen L. Markowicz Trust Pamela M. Marsh Trustee/ David R. Marsh Trustee Richard B. McQuade Trust Salma G. Mikhail TTEE Frederick L. Miller TTEE U/A DTD Estate of Danuta Misch Sylvia N. Molter-Neill Trust Sally L. Morton Living Trust - Sally L. and Philip M. Morton Merylee Lynn Mumaw TTEE/ Leslie Alan Mumaw TTEE Adela Mundt Trust Alfred Mundt Trust U/A Myler Family Trust Harry E. Nicholson MD Living Trust Norman Nitschke Trust

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2008 Annual Report

Savage Foundation Golf Classic Schafer Development Co., Inc. Scheib Snow & Co. Schering Plough Pharmaceuticals Lawrence P. Schmakel, D.D.S., Inc.


Corporations, Foundations and Organizations Continued

Charlotte R. Schmidlapp Fund Ed Schmidt Automotive Group Schorling’s Market LLC Schwab Charitable Fund Seneca Corporation Sequoia Springs Serono, Inc. SFC LTD LLC Shafer Valve Company Sheet Metal Workers Local Union No. 33 Shelly Materials, Inc. Shire US Inc. Sigma Xi - UT Chapter The Sign Lady, Inc. Signature Bank N.A. Slade Associates Smart Disc, Inc. Smith & Nephew, Inc. Smuggler’s Baypointe I LLC Sobb Roberts & Pribis Inc. Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. Sophia Self Storage LLC Spartan Chemical Company, Inc. Spherion Corporation

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St. Charles Mercy Hospital St. Jude Medical Foundation Steam Cleaners, Inc. Fresno Sterling Laboratories Stifel, Nicolaus & Company Stoneco, Inc.

The Robert J. Stransky Foundation STS Property Mgmt Success Direct Marketing, Inc. – Val Pak of NW Ohio/ Reach Magazine Sullivan Family Foundation, Inc. Sunoco, Inc. Superior Packaging of Toledo Superior Uniform Sales, Inc. Sylvania Auto Restyling & Glass Synthes U.S.A. T. J. Automation, Inc. The Tansey Group Inc. Tasker Family Limited Partnership Taylor Cadillac Team Sports Team Sports Tournaments Teamsters Local #20 Teva Neuroscience, Inc. Therma-Tru Corporation Thomson West Toast.Net Internet Service Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority

Toledo Classic, Inc. Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Toledo Hilton Toledo Jazz Society, Inc. Toledo Jewish Community Foundation Toledo Lucas County Port Authority Toledo Museum Of Art Toledo Physical Education Supply, Inc. Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce Toledo Roadrunners Club Toledo Trucking Association Inc. Toledo Wire Products, Inc. Toledo Woman’s Club The Toledo Zoo Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc. Toth Industries Transoma Medical, Inc. Jeff Traudt State Farm Insurance Tremco Barrier Solutions Inc. An RPM Company Trinity Episcopal Church Tri-State Aluminum Trout Creek Construction Moose Trautman TrueNorth Energy, Inc. Trufast Corporation TRW Automotive TTL Associates, Inc. UAW-Daimler Chrysler UAW-Ford National Education, Development & Training Center UAW-GM Center for Human Resources UCB Pharma, Inc. Unique Fabrications, Inc. Unique Tool & Manufacturing Co., Inc. United Jewish Foundation of Metropolitan Detroit United Seating & Mobility United Way of Greater Toledo Univar USA Inc. University of Cincinnati University of Connecticut UPS UPS Metro Detroit District URS Corporation UT Alumni Association UT Arts & Sciences College UT Dean of Students

UT Engineering College UT HSC College of Nursing Jr. Class 2007-2008 UT HSC OB/GYN Department UT Medical Center UT Multicultural Student Devlopment UT Physicians Group UT Student Bar Association Vandelay Sports Vandeventer Black LLP Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Vassar, Dills, Dawson & Bonfiglio William Vaughan Co. Veterans Service Commission The Victorian Tudor Inn Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 3 Volkswagen of America Wagner Enterprise Inc Waite-Brand Foundation Walgreen Co. Wal-Mart Wal-Mart #5030 Waterford Bank, N.A. Wauseon Machine & Mfg. Inc. Weber-O’Brien Ltd. Wells Real Estate Co. Westbrook C.C. Golf Shop Law Offices of Rebecca L. West-Estell Westgate Title Agency LLC Willson Builders, Inc. WNWO-TV Toledo Television Investors The Wolfe Family Charitable Foundation Women Obstetrics & Gynecology, PLC Wood County Hospital Wood County Medical Associates Zeta Theta Chapter Sigma Theta Drs. Zouhary & Fisher DDS Inc.

Matching Gift Companies Abbott Laboratories Fund Accenture Foundation, Inc. Alcoa Foundation Allstate Foundation American Electric Power Services American Express Gift Matching Program

American International Group, Inc. Amsted Industries Incorporated The Andersons Foundation Arrow Electronics AT&T Foundation BP Foundation, Inc. Barnes Group Foundation Inc. BASF Corp. Bechtel Foundation The Boeing Co. Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Brush Engineered Materials Chevron Corp. Citigroup Foundation Matching Gifts Program Cooper Tire and Rubber Co. DaimlerChrysler Corporation Fund Dana Corporation Foundation Devon Energy Corporation Diebold Foundation Discover Financial Services The Dow Chemical Co. Dow Corning Corp. DTE Energy The Duke Energy Foundation Matching Gifts Program Dykema Gossett Eaton Corp. Eli Lilly & Co. Foundation Emerson Electric Company Esterline Techologies ExxonMobil Foundation Matching Gift Program Federated Department Stores, Inc. Fifth Third Bank First Energy Foundation Freddie Mac Genentech, Inc. General Electric Foundation General Mills Operations, Inc. General Motors Foundation GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Goodrich Corporation W W Grainger, Inc. Guardian Life Insurance Co. Harbor Capital Advisors HCR ManorCare Foundation IBM Corp. ICI Paints International Paper Co. Foundation ITW Foundation Johnson Controls Foundation Johnson & Johnson J.P. Morgan/Chase

Key Foundation Land O Lakes Foundation LaSalle Bank Corporation LexisNexis Libbey Inc. Lockheed Martin Corp. Lubrizol Foundation Macy’s Foundation Marathon Oil Co. Foundation Marathon Petroleum Company LLC Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. Masco Corporation Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance McDonald’s Corporation Merck Company Foundation Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. Metropolitan Life Foundation Mettler Toledo Scales & Systems Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Mobil Foundation, Inc. Employee Programs Morgan Stanley National City Bank Northwest Region Nationwide Insurance The Northrup Grumman Foundation Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Novartis US Foundation OMNOVA Solutions Foundation Owens Corning Owens-Illinois Charities Foundation Penn Virginia Corp. Pfizer, Inc. Philips Electronics North America Corp. Procter & Gamble Fund Regions Financial Corporation Roche Matching Gift Program Rockwell Collins Saint-Gobain Corporation Foundation Sanofi-aventis Savage and Associates, Inc. SBC Foundation Schering-Plough Foundation Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc. J M Smucker Company SSOE, Inc. State Farm Companies Foundation

Sun Microsystems, Inc. Thomson Tax & Accounting Tyco International Ltd. UBS Foundation USA Matching Gift Program Union Pacific Corp. UPS Foundation, Inc. Verizon Washington Group Foundation, Inc. Wellpoint Associate Giving Campaign Western-Southern Enterprise Fund Whirlpool Corp. Xerox Corp. XL Global Services, Inc.

trusts and estates Raymond G. Andrew Trust Barkoot Family Trust Reemt R. Baumann Trust Susan Beilstein Scholarship Fund Trust John A. Bergener TTEE Thomas V. and Joyce A. Bettinger Living Trust Emma Leah Bippus, Trustee Helen N. Black Trust Pauline Blatt TTEE The Bollenbacher Family Trust Willard A. Brown Jr. Trust Butts Trust Estate of Edward Taylor Byram John T. Cairns, Trustee Howard L. Camp Living Trust Ronald M. and Betty L. Coffman Trust Lawrence V. Conway Revocable Trust Marion M. Cook Trust William Cooke Scholarship Trust E. Ford Crider Trust Joan Anne Dismukes TTEE Gene F. Dose Living Trust Daniel Droz Liv. Trust Mohamed and Susan El-Shafie Trust Emerson Charitable Trust Wayne J. Escott TTEE Richard R. Faist/Kathleen A. Faist Revocable Trust Mary Jane Flores Declaration of Trust

Beatrice S. Friedman Trust Phyllis C. Gallo Living Trust Martin E. Goff Trust Max P. Gottfried Charitable Trust Pauline L. Goutras Rev. Trust Judith Ann Grounds TTEE Carol L. Harms Trust Arthur J. Hatch Jr. Trust Robert L. Hinkle Charitable Lead Trust Frederick W. Hiss 1997 Family Charitable Trust Frederick W. Hiss 2002 Family Charitable Trust Craig A. Holden TTEE Paul A. Hotmer, TTEE Steven C. Hug Living Trust Estate of Wilbur H. Hutchins Marion Isaac Revocable Trust Frank D. Jacobs Revocable Trust Jagadish S. Jhunjhunwala Living Trust Susan M. Johnson Trustee Dorothy A. Jones Rev. Living Trust Harry F. Judy Trust Mary M. Karazim Trust Elizabeth Karns-Lennox Donald James Konopka TTEE Survivor’s Trust Ruth G. Lambert Trust Teddy Bear Larimer Trust Charlotte R. Levis Charitable Lead Trust William G. Lyden Jr. Charitable Trust Mike Magliocco Trust Allen L. Markowicz Trust Pamela M. Marsh Trustee/ David R. Marsh Trustee Richard B. McQuade Trust Salma G. Mikhail TTEE Frederick L. Miller TTEE U/A DTD Estate of Danuta Misch Sylvia N. Molter-Neill Trust Sally L. Morton Living Trust - Sally L. and Philip M. Morton Merylee Lynn Mumaw TTEE/ Leslie Alan Mumaw TTEE Adela Mundt Trust Alfred Mundt Trust U/A Myler Family Trust Harry E. Nicholson MD Living Trust Norman Nitschke Trust

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Savage Foundation Golf Classic Schafer Development Co., Inc. Scheib Snow & Co. Schering Plough Pharmaceuticals Lawrence P. Schmakel, D.D.S., Inc.


Estate of Harriett Pheatt Peter P. Pilliod TTEE Pratt Trust - Warren or Eileen Pratt, Trustees William and Jean Rhodes Charitable Unitrust Estate of Fred Rieman Allie L. Ritter John T. Rogers, Trustee Alfred H. Samborn, TTEE Ann Sanford TTEE Heinz K. Scheller TTEE/ Sandra A. Sesock TTEE Myron B. Schiller TTEE/ Dora M. Schiller TTEE Sandy Schulz Inheritance Trust Schuster Living Trust Gerald Lee Seizert Trust Julie A. Shockley Family Trust Lowell W. Skilliter Trust Donna D. Smith Living Trust William R. Smith Trust Stephen E. Spielberg Living Trust Herman P. Steele Trust Robert L. Storer Trust Jacqueline B. Sullivan Trust Jude F. Sutter Revocable Trust Estate of John A. Tallman, Jr. Jeremiah B. Tasker Trust PCTAA Louis M. Thomson Jr. and Rose M. Thomson TTEES TKBW Foundation Trust Estate of Joseph Tomasi Jr. Turner Family Trust Frederick W. Uhlman, Jr. Trust Michael Warmbier Trust John H. and Marjorie R. Weaver Trust Mary Ellen Yontz Living Trust – Mary Ellen and Donald W. Yontz TTES

Rocket Fund

Minimum gift of $100 to support athletic programs through the Rocket Fund; recognized in six levels: Director’s Circle, Coaches Division, Executive, Gold, Blue and Century. (List reflects gifts from July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008.)

Directors Circle Gift of $5,000 or more Dr. Donald and Mary Ellen Wedding

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James Findlay Bostleman Corp. Charlie and Nancy Creech Alan and Bella Wagner Joseph and Lois Mast David and Lynne Wolf William and Susan Bollin

Coaches Level Gift of $2,500 to $4,999 Tom and Karen Baither Robert and Jean Beauch George Chapman Wallen and Suzanne Crane Rich and Catherine Hoffer Waterford Bank, N.A.

Executive Level Gift of $1,000 to $2,499

Alfagreen Supreme Paul and Molly Arndt James and Susan Bagdonas Dick and Joan Barchick BeaconFinancial Joyce H. Behner Dr. Kent and Gail Bishop David and Donna Bly David and Sue Bones David and Brenda Bowland Michael and Teresa Boyle Charles and Grace Bracken Mary Anne Brown Scott Brown David Bury Don Caito Campbell, Inc. Matt and Karen Caputo John W. Carroll Bob and Billie Lou Carson Dr. Frederick Cason, Jr. Richard and Karen Cieslewski Jeffrey M. Cohen Communica Willis Day III Sandra A. Drabik Owen and Elaine Dunn E.J. Leizerman and Associates, LLC. Robert Eberly Craig Fankhauser Daniel and Deborah Farbrother Fifth Third Bank Joseph Fink Dr. Timothy Fisher Vance Flaggert Fort Meigs Auto Electric Stephen and Janet Foster

Lynn and Karen Fruth Becky Fuhrman and Don Leary Jay Gast Charles and Kathryn Gifford Kevin and Susan Gilmore Dr. Charles Glaab and Janice Schemenauer Jeff Gramling John and Sheryl Greco Habitec Security Michael and Kathleen Hanley Hart Associates Heidtman Steel Products, Inc. Bernie and Anne Heinl Valerie Hendricks Homewood Press Harry Hooyenga Duane and Amy Horst Paul Hotmer Ironhead Fabricating and Contracting Inc. Don and Joanne Jarrell, Sr. Dennis and Sheila Johnson Jeffrey Judis Frank G. Kahle III Dan and Judy Kasper Christopher and Deanna Kisor C.B. Richard Ellis Dr. Donald Klotz, Jr. William and Carol Koester Jeff and Rachel Kohn Kripke Enterprises Harley and Stacey Kripke Kevin Kucera Norman C. Kuhlman and Pat Weis Lakeside Interior Contractors Bruce Liebenthal Les and Joanne Lipski Jeffrey Long Lyden and Liebenthal and Chappell, LTD. Clint and Linda McBee Gene and Mary McMorgan Hon. Richard and Jane McQuade Herbert and Carolyn Metzger Midwest Paper Specialties Co. Inc. National City Bank Charles and D’Aun Norman William and Jane Nunemaker Mike and Michelle O’Brien Jerome Passman and April Haskell Sean and Amy Pennywitt Scott and Judy Potter Joe Power and Amy Corron Power Steve Powhida Michael Price

Bob and Pat Przybylski Paul and Cheryl Rahe Mark and Kay Rasmus Marvin and Nancy Robon Joel and Benet Rupp James Patrick Ryan John and Roxann Satkowski Theresa Saul Jeff Savage Mary K. Savage Robert and Mary Schlatter Jeffrey and Beth Schoen Mark and Eileen Schreiner Arlene Schubargo Security Signs, LLC Dr. Mitchell and Sharon Seemann Dale and Phyllis Seymour Candice Sherman Gina Shiffert and Tom Tillander Scott and Judith Shook Frank and Alice Skeens Michael and Susan Smith William R. Smith John and Susan Smotherman Mike and Jennifer Spiros SSOE, Inc. Dennis and Sherrianne Stacy Jack W. and Colleen M. Steele Daniel and Linda Steinberg Scott and Rita Stewart Kenneth Stone John and Yolanda Szuch Dr. Lance and Dee Talmage Paul Tetuan The Blade Toledo Classic, Inc. Jeff and Nancy Traudt Treu House of Munch Fredrick and Julie Treuhaft David and Kim Tullis Unique Tool and Die Co. The University of Toledo Foundation Jerry and Shelia Wager Mark and Jean Wagner Keith and Katy Walker Kaye Patten Wallace James and Kimberly Walter Don and Connie Warner Glenn and Norine Wasielewski George Weidner and Sharon Pursley Randy and Carol Whittaker Willson Builders Dean and Mary Beth Wilson Ralph Wooddell Don A. Wyper Dr. James Zimmerman, Jr.

Gold Level Gift of $500 to $999

Greg and Connie Alexander James C. Anderson Ray and Anna Andrew Bob and Sue Anteau Kevin Appel John and Judith Arkebauer Lynn and Joan Aschliman Thomas and Virginia Atkinson Fr. James Bacik Lynn and Rebecca Bair Roy and Shirley Barnes Warren and Jacqueline Barnes Craig and Debra Barrow David and JoAnn Bell Thomas and Marilyn Bensman Terry Berman Joni Bettinger Tom and Shirley Bettinger Don and Peg Bickford William Biggs Al Billow Harlan Billow John Birmingham Pat and Annette Birney

Dr. Curtis and Marilyn Black Don and Jean Bleasdale Scott and Kelly Bly Andrew Boesel Robert W. and Julie Bohmer Willis and Annette Boice Robert and Yvette Borger Dr. Mary Borgess Larry Boyer Ray Boyer Joe Boyle William and Charlene Braun Charles and Virginia Breese Les and Ellen Breininger David and Phyllis Brimmer Daniel R. Brodbeck John and Dorothy Brown Dr. Thomas and Suzanne Brown Susan Brudzinski Lori Buhrmester Colleen Dooley and Blake Burnham Richard Camp William J. Carroll Col. John F. Cary Certified Document Destruction

Dr. Virginia Chambers Marlene Christen Donald and Pearl Christensen Edward and Deb Ciecka Dr. John and Dr. Angela Clark Robert and Shirley Clark Emmanuel Cole Jeff Conklin Dr. Gary Cooke Dr. Randy and Cathy Cooper Dr. Todd Cooperider Charles and Lanette Cornwell Phillip and Ruth Crary Tim and Sarah Croak Richard and Lola Crouse Brad and Mary Crown Michael and Susan Cunningham Patrick Dalessandro Louis Darah William J. and Amira Darah James E. Davis Jeff and Barb Day John and Claudia Day Willis IV and Amanda Day Rick and Gail Deye Anthony and Sharon DiSalle Brad Dolgin Thomas Dunifon Dr. Thomas G. and Lynn Dunn Charles Ealey, Jr. John H. Eisenhart George and Mary Eistetter Robert G. and Carolyn Eldridge Russ Ely and Catherine Martineau Joel and Davie Epstein Abe Fadell Howard and Cynthia Feldstein Mark A. Feldstein Findley Davies, Inc. Larry and Linda Fioritto Fischer Tool and Die Corporation Greg and Raynell Fish Ron Folger Thomas Fought, Jr. Bob and Mary Fountain Jon Frankel Thomas and Janice Gagnet Deborah Gasser John Geha Ed and Robin Gemerchak Bill and Cheri Gosline Dick and Alix Greenblatt Thomas and Sharon Griffith Tom and Judith Gutteridge Lee Gwin Theodore and Suzanne Hahn John and Barb Hammill

Dr. Daniel and Mary Hanson Carl and Sue Happ Dr. David A. Harper Jack and Sophie Hart Tim Haynes Doug and Mary Beth Headman James and Lori Heck Fred and Sharon Henning Jeff and Becky Hepinstall Clay and Betty Hepler Henry and Pam Herschel Paul and Florence Hill Susan Holliger Craig and Patricia Hopple Sanford and Phyllis Horwitz Allen and Norma Hotchkiss James Hoyt Robert Huebner John Hughes Chester and Geraldine Imes Susan Irmen David and Patricia Jankowski Jans Construction, LLC Jerry and Linda Jensen Andrew Johnson Bob Johnson Jeff J. Johnson Robert and Lois Johnson Brian and Jeanna Jones Brian and Kim Jones Toshi Kadowaki Dr. Philip Kallile Charles Kaminski David L. Kaminski D. E. Kaplan Michael Karabin Mary Karazim Paul Katz Thomas and Joanne Kemper Robert and Anna King Victor and Joyce Kissoff James and Heide Klein Edwin and Delphine Kolacki James Konicki John and Kellie Kromenacker Mark S. Kruse Carl and Kimberly Kuhlman John Kusner Jim and Nancy Lapp Dr. Timothy and Susan Lawrence Jay and Janet Lehman Jane Leininger Paul and Charlotte Leininger William and Mary LeStrange Robert and Patricia Levey Jon and Arleen Levine David and Joan Lick

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Trusts and Estates Continued


Estate of Harriett Pheatt Peter P. Pilliod TTEE Pratt Trust - Warren or Eileen Pratt, Trustees William and Jean Rhodes Charitable Unitrust Estate of Fred Rieman Allie L. Ritter John T. Rogers, Trustee Alfred H. Samborn, TTEE Ann Sanford TTEE Heinz K. Scheller TTEE/ Sandra A. Sesock TTEE Myron B. Schiller TTEE/ Dora M. Schiller TTEE Sandy Schulz Inheritance Trust Schuster Living Trust Gerald Lee Seizert Trust Julie A. Shockley Family Trust Lowell W. Skilliter Trust Donna D. Smith Living Trust William R. Smith Trust Stephen E. Spielberg Living Trust Herman P. Steele Trust Robert L. Storer Trust Jacqueline B. Sullivan Trust Jude F. Sutter Revocable Trust Estate of John A. Tallman, Jr. Jeremiah B. Tasker Trust PCTAA Louis M. Thomson Jr. and Rose M. Thomson TTEES TKBW Foundation Trust Estate of Joseph Tomasi Jr. Turner Family Trust Frederick W. Uhlman, Jr. Trust Michael Warmbier Trust John H. and Marjorie R. Weaver Trust Mary Ellen Yontz Living Trust – Mary Ellen and Donald W. Yontz TTES

Rocket Fund

Minimum gift of $100 to support athletic programs through the Rocket Fund; recognized in six levels: Director’s Circle, Coaches Division, Executive, Gold, Blue and Century. (List reflects gifts from July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008.)

Directors Circle Gift of $5,000 or more Dr. Donald and Mary Ellen Wedding

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James Findlay Bostleman Corp. Charlie and Nancy Creech Alan and Bella Wagner Joseph and Lois Mast David and Lynne Wolf William and Susan Bollin

Coaches Level Gift of $2,500 to $4,999 Tom and Karen Baither Robert and Jean Beauch George Chapman Wallen and Suzanne Crane Rich and Catherine Hoffer Waterford Bank, N.A.

Executive Level Gift of $1,000 to $2,499

Alfagreen Supreme Paul and Molly Arndt James and Susan Bagdonas Dick and Joan Barchick BeaconFinancial Joyce H. Behner Dr. Kent and Gail Bishop David and Donna Bly David and Sue Bones David and Brenda Bowland Michael and Teresa Boyle Charles and Grace Bracken Mary Anne Brown Scott Brown David Bury Don Caito Campbell, Inc. Matt and Karen Caputo John W. Carroll Bob and Billie Lou Carson Dr. Frederick Cason, Jr. Richard and Karen Cieslewski Jeffrey M. Cohen Communica Willis Day III Sandra A. Drabik Owen and Elaine Dunn E.J. Leizerman and Associates, LLC. Robert Eberly Craig Fankhauser Daniel and Deborah Farbrother Fifth Third Bank Joseph Fink Dr. Timothy Fisher Vance Flaggert Fort Meigs Auto Electric Stephen and Janet Foster

Lynn and Karen Fruth Becky Fuhrman and Don Leary Jay Gast Charles and Kathryn Gifford Kevin and Susan Gilmore Dr. Charles Glaab and Janice Schemenauer Jeff Gramling John and Sheryl Greco Habitec Security Michael and Kathleen Hanley Hart Associates Heidtman Steel Products, Inc. Bernie and Anne Heinl Valerie Hendricks Homewood Press Harry Hooyenga Duane and Amy Horst Paul Hotmer Ironhead Fabricating and Contracting Inc. Don and Joanne Jarrell, Sr. Dennis and Sheila Johnson Jeffrey Judis Frank G. Kahle III Dan and Judy Kasper Christopher and Deanna Kisor C.B. Richard Ellis Dr. Donald Klotz, Jr. William and Carol Koester Jeff and Rachel Kohn Kripke Enterprises Harley and Stacey Kripke Kevin Kucera Norman C. Kuhlman and Pat Weis Lakeside Interior Contractors Bruce Liebenthal Les and Joanne Lipski Jeffrey Long Lyden and Liebenthal and Chappell, LTD. Clint and Linda McBee Gene and Mary McMorgan Hon. Richard and Jane McQuade Herbert and Carolyn Metzger Midwest Paper Specialties Co. Inc. National City Bank Charles and D’Aun Norman William and Jane Nunemaker Mike and Michelle O’Brien Jerome Passman and April Haskell Sean and Amy Pennywitt Scott and Judy Potter Joe Power and Amy Corron Power Steve Powhida Michael Price

Bob and Pat Przybylski Paul and Cheryl Rahe Mark and Kay Rasmus Marvin and Nancy Robon Joel and Benet Rupp James Patrick Ryan John and Roxann Satkowski Theresa Saul Jeff Savage Mary K. Savage Robert and Mary Schlatter Jeffrey and Beth Schoen Mark and Eileen Schreiner Arlene Schubargo Security Signs, LLC Dr. Mitchell and Sharon Seemann Dale and Phyllis Seymour Candice Sherman Gina Shiffert and Tom Tillander Scott and Judith Shook Frank and Alice Skeens Michael and Susan Smith William R. Smith John and Susan Smotherman Mike and Jennifer Spiros SSOE, Inc. Dennis and Sherrianne Stacy Jack W. and Colleen M. Steele Daniel and Linda Steinberg Scott and Rita Stewart Kenneth Stone John and Yolanda Szuch Dr. Lance and Dee Talmage Paul Tetuan The Blade Toledo Classic, Inc. Jeff and Nancy Traudt Treu House of Munch Fredrick and Julie Treuhaft David and Kim Tullis Unique Tool and Die Co. The University of Toledo Foundation Jerry and Shelia Wager Mark and Jean Wagner Keith and Katy Walker Kaye Patten Wallace James and Kimberly Walter Don and Connie Warner Glenn and Norine Wasielewski George Weidner and Sharon Pursley Randy and Carol Whittaker Willson Builders Dean and Mary Beth Wilson Ralph Wooddell Don A. Wyper Dr. James Zimmerman, Jr.

Gold Level Gift of $500 to $999

Greg and Connie Alexander James C. Anderson Ray and Anna Andrew Bob and Sue Anteau Kevin Appel John and Judith Arkebauer Lynn and Joan Aschliman Thomas and Virginia Atkinson Fr. James Bacik Lynn and Rebecca Bair Roy and Shirley Barnes Warren and Jacqueline Barnes Craig and Debra Barrow David and JoAnn Bell Thomas and Marilyn Bensman Terry Berman Joni Bettinger Tom and Shirley Bettinger Don and Peg Bickford William Biggs Al Billow Harlan Billow John Birmingham Pat and Annette Birney

Dr. Curtis and Marilyn Black Don and Jean Bleasdale Scott and Kelly Bly Andrew Boesel Robert W. and Julie Bohmer Willis and Annette Boice Robert and Yvette Borger Dr. Mary Borgess Larry Boyer Ray Boyer Joe Boyle William and Charlene Braun Charles and Virginia Breese Les and Ellen Breininger David and Phyllis Brimmer Daniel R. Brodbeck John and Dorothy Brown Dr. Thomas and Suzanne Brown Susan Brudzinski Lori Buhrmester Colleen Dooley and Blake Burnham Richard Camp William J. Carroll Col. John F. Cary Certified Document Destruction

Dr. Virginia Chambers Marlene Christen Donald and Pearl Christensen Edward and Deb Ciecka Dr. John and Dr. Angela Clark Robert and Shirley Clark Emmanuel Cole Jeff Conklin Dr. Gary Cooke Dr. Randy and Cathy Cooper Dr. Todd Cooperider Charles and Lanette Cornwell Phillip and Ruth Crary Tim and Sarah Croak Richard and Lola Crouse Brad and Mary Crown Michael and Susan Cunningham Patrick Dalessandro Louis Darah William J. and Amira Darah James E. Davis Jeff and Barb Day John and Claudia Day Willis IV and Amanda Day Rick and Gail Deye Anthony and Sharon DiSalle Brad Dolgin Thomas Dunifon Dr. Thomas G. and Lynn Dunn Charles Ealey, Jr. John H. Eisenhart George and Mary Eistetter Robert G. and Carolyn Eldridge Russ Ely and Catherine Martineau Joel and Davie Epstein Abe Fadell Howard and Cynthia Feldstein Mark A. Feldstein Findley Davies, Inc. Larry and Linda Fioritto Fischer Tool and Die Corporation Greg and Raynell Fish Ron Folger Thomas Fought, Jr. Bob and Mary Fountain Jon Frankel Thomas and Janice Gagnet Deborah Gasser John Geha Ed and Robin Gemerchak Bill and Cheri Gosline Dick and Alix Greenblatt Thomas and Sharon Griffith Tom and Judith Gutteridge Lee Gwin Theodore and Suzanne Hahn John and Barb Hammill

Dr. Daniel and Mary Hanson Carl and Sue Happ Dr. David A. Harper Jack and Sophie Hart Tim Haynes Doug and Mary Beth Headman James and Lori Heck Fred and Sharon Henning Jeff and Becky Hepinstall Clay and Betty Hepler Henry and Pam Herschel Paul and Florence Hill Susan Holliger Craig and Patricia Hopple Sanford and Phyllis Horwitz Allen and Norma Hotchkiss James Hoyt Robert Huebner John Hughes Chester and Geraldine Imes Susan Irmen David and Patricia Jankowski Jans Construction, LLC Jerry and Linda Jensen Andrew Johnson Bob Johnson Jeff J. Johnson Robert and Lois Johnson Brian and Jeanna Jones Brian and Kim Jones Toshi Kadowaki Dr. Philip Kallile Charles Kaminski David L. Kaminski D. E. Kaplan Michael Karabin Mary Karazim Paul Katz Thomas and Joanne Kemper Robert and Anna King Victor and Joyce Kissoff James and Heide Klein Edwin and Delphine Kolacki James Konicki John and Kellie Kromenacker Mark S. Kruse Carl and Kimberly Kuhlman John Kusner Jim and Nancy Lapp Dr. Timothy and Susan Lawrence Jay and Janet Lehman Jane Leininger Paul and Charlotte Leininger William and Mary LeStrange Robert and Patricia Levey Jon and Arleen Levine David and Joan Lick

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Trusts and Estates Continued


Rocket Fund Gold Level Gift of $500 to $999 Continued

Wilma Lupe Guy and Rosa Mabry Tom and Mickey Madden Bill Manley Dr. Charles and Sally Marlowe Lawrence McCabe Willard and Linda McCall William McClure Tom and Lynne McNutt Tom and Ruth Meinhart Don and Margaret Metheny Donald and Gail Mewhort Kent and Holly Meyers Marilyn Michelson Ned and Louise Miklovic David and Judith Miller Jon P. Miller Mel and Jean Miller Dr. Wendy Miller and Tim Lane Ryan and Dr. Jennifer Miltner Robert and Edith Mix Steve Mix Basketball Academy Michael Mock John Mossing James Newman Patricia Nice

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Tom and Sue Nichols David Nottke William and Dorothy Nunemaker Joe and Ann O’Conor Robert and Eileen O’Keefe Oldcastle Glass Peter Papadimos Dr. Michael and Lynn Phillips

George and Patricia Pickett Joseph and Carol Planicka Richard and Suzanne Poll Jim Poure Steve Przybylski Richard J. Puffenberger Michael Rachuba Steven Ramirez George Redmond Hon. Francis and Jane Restivo Lenny and Lanelle Rhodes Russell and Joyce Rice David and Polly Richardson Glenda Ried W. F. Roemer II William A. Roemer Karl and Carolyn Rofkar Jane Roman Tom Rood and Julia Connell Mickey and Suzanne Rosenberg Richard and Deb Rump James and Jane Ruvolo William E. Ryan Bernard and Rita Sanchez Bill Sanford William Saunders

Kelly Savage Robert and Sue Savage Michael Scalzo Patricia Schafer Jim and Sue Scheib Paul Schlatter Dr. Bob and Mary Schlembach James Schmakel Ronnie and Donna Schmidt Tom and Molly Schnell Tom and Marilyn Schuster Dr. Daniel Seemann Gerald Seizert Mervin and Pamela Sharfman Dr. Leslie and Jane Sheridan Signature Bank N.A. Dale and Barbara Siwinski Darell and Adrian Sizemore David and Sandra Smith Richard W. and Janet Smith Sandy Snyder Vern and Sue Snyder Stephen Soto Bill and Christine Spengler Doug and Mara Spidel David and Sue Spiess John and Barbara Spiess Jon and Jodi Stacy David Steer Robert W. Stephenson Dr. Eric and Olivia Summons Jude Sutter Michael and Diana Sydlowski Robert Tafelski Tansey Group, Inc. James and Martha Theaker Mike and Pat Todak Tim and Lori Toland Dr. Steve Saddemi Tri-State Aluminum John Uhrman Douglas Vandermeulen Dan and Kellie Vargo Jim and Nancy Vehslage James Vogel Richard and Vera Wagner Dr. Thomas and Mary Wakefield Rodney and Candy Walton Bert and Audrey Warrick William and Ann Waters Bruce and Jacki Way Dr. Robert Wendt A. Thomas Wheaton Tom and Linda Whiting Harry Will Gene and Mary Williams Gordon and Linda Wilson

David Wise Richard Wiseley Mark Wittler Sam Wozniak Scott and Colleen Yoder Robert Young Larry and Jodi Zaiser Dr. Jerome Zake Joe and Janice Zigray Jack and Kathleen Zouhary Ralph and Jane Zychowicz

Blue Level Gift of $300 to $499

Pete Adamson Marvin and Nancy Adler George Ames Jude Aubry and Susan Martin Steve and Lee Banks Dr. Reemt and Joan Baumann Baxter Bell Jeff and Kathleen Bixler Michael Bocian Fred and Mary Lou Bollin Stacy L. Bowers Ralph Bragg David Brezinski Matt Britsch Robb and Jacqueline Brown Joan Uhl Browne Terry Bryant Kenneth and Janet Bylow William Candelore Dr. Peter and Nancy Carroll Adolf Casillas Cal Christensen Robert and Emily Colgan Marion Cook Pat and Sally Copeland Roseann Croop Dr. John Cryan and Charlotte Chapman Warren Davis Brian and Katie DeBendictis Heather Demel Bruce and Barbara Dickey Jo Ann Dixon David and Sarah Dobrzykowski Robert Dorr Dr. John and Linnea Drowatzky Nick and Wendy Dukeshire Fred and Mary Dzienny Richard and Norma Eastop Mark and Mimi Ehlen Mark and Patricia Everhart Terry Fell Philip and Tina Fink

Christopher Finkbeiner Yvonne Gandy Max Gerber Tom and Maggie Gibney Alexander Gorobetz David and Gina Graf Gary and Bonnie Gratop Dr. William and Mary Gray David and Joyce Grude Don and Marjorie Hanley Joel and Becky Hansen Richard and Jeanne Hartman James and Kristine Hoffman Jack and Sarah Hohman Russell and Diane Hoogendoorn Keith and Janis Hubbard David and Rebecca Huey Kim Humrichouser Frank and Lynn Jacobs Robert and Melinda Johnston Kevin Katafias Ronald Kaufman Kevin Kennedy Don Kincade Bill Knittle Dr. Ruthie Kucharewski Alan and Janice Lane Heather Lane Bradley Lay Dr. Robert and Barbara Layman Scott Lehman James Leis Joel and Joan Levitan Mike Lopez Peter and Kathleen Mac Ewan John and Patricia MacDonald Dennis and Cynthia Manders Thomas Maran Larry and Kim McGill Michael R. Cross Richard and Mary Morrison MT Business Technologies Stephen F. Nagy, Jr. Paul and Sue Olsen Gerard Otten Jon and Hellen Patton Dennis and Linda Pawlecki Dr. Mary Powers Jack Prettyman Kypros and Panagiota Proestos Chester Pucilowski Hon. Jack and Sarah Puffenberger Donald and Lois Ramsdell Edith Rathbun Real and Suzanne Remillard Don and Dr. Karen Rhoda Stephen Risher

Brian and Lizabeth Roe James and Virginia Rosin Donald Satkowski Randall and Kathleen Schafer Patricia Scharf Michael Schroeder and Lori Stanfa-Schroeder Jeffrey and Patsy Scott Dr. Martin Skie Sonny and Nancy Smith Dr. Joseph and Mattie Sommerville Michael and Mary Spilis Peggy Stalder Kevin and Jan Stong Ron and Rita Stroble Dr. Lancelot and Naomi Thompson Rick Tolland Bill Vaver John and Beth Wagoner Timothy Warga Brian Weinblatt William and Fern Wermer Ed and Carla Willis Duane and Jacquelyn Wisner Larry Yonovitz

Century Level Gift of $100 to $299

Walter and Carol Albright Bruce and Michele Alexander Kelly Andrews Greg and Lila Aubell Frank and Nanca Bartell Gerald Bauer Roy R. Bechtel III Bob and Rose Belville Dale and Jennifer Benington Mike and Barbara Berebitsky Thomas and Joyce Bettinger Lillian Betts Tom and Elly Beutler Thomas Biggs Virginia Black Brian Blayney Nancy Jean Bohn Jim and Kay Bork John and Joann Borrell Jon Jeffrey Bowsher Kimberly Britain Susan Brotje Janis R. Brown John and Tiffany Brown Steven C. Brown John Bruning Carol Bryan

Robert Burns Dorothy Byers Ed and Particia Cahill Michael and Kathleen Cassidy Ford and Phyllis Cauffiel Mike and Susan Childers Jack Chitwood Matthew Clausing Richard and Cheryl Cohen Jeffrey C. Cole Charles T. Cox John and Mary Crandall Arthur and Patricia Cross Dr. Milo and Chrissie Danzeisen Robert Darmofal Frank and Kathleen David Jeanne Davis Tom and Nancy Devries Clyde and Elaine Dilley Loren and Marilyn Dirr Mark and Lori Dixon Steve and Meloni Donahue Martin Dorf Cathy Douglas and Connie Buhr Rada Ducket Ken and Donna Dulinsky Steve Easton Jeff Eischen Tim and Victoria Erickson James Estes Thomas Estes Tricia and Shaun Ethier Michael Fabec Jay and Connie Feldstein Charlene Fenneken Catherine Fillion Lawrence and Ruth Fleck Kara Flora Kathleen Folisi Robert C. Fox Stephen and Shirley Furey Joseph Gardner Mike and Sharyl Gardner Tony and Ondrea Georgetti Nicholas Gerogosian Edgar and Rita Gibson Charles and Bonnie Greene Jay Guelde Donald P. Gunkel II Gerald Hall Matthew Harrod Bryan Hartong Peg Hatfield James and Sharyn Hays Linda Hershey Carl and Dorothy Hibscher Philip J. Hinck

Maricarol Hrabovsky David and Anna Huffstetler David and Sherrie Humphrey June C. Ide Imperial Placement Service, Inc. Larry and Patricia Jacob Dr. Scott Jarvis Robert and Susan Johnson Mel and Dolores Kaitaniak Eugene and Mary Kasper Eileen Kelly Fred and Beverly King Bruce King Edwin and Marjorie Klag Edward T. Knecht Dr. Joel Knerr Richard Knowles Dr. Kevin and Christa Koffel Alex Kominek Dr. Thomas and Christine Korvas Keith Kralik James E. Kramer John Kroll Mark H. and Susan Kruse Ralph and Catherine Kubacki David Kuehnle Edwin and Shirley Kulczak Cynthia Kurtz Lamar and Associates, LLC Shelley and John Lawniczak Wynn and Bonita Lembright Dr. Clarence and Norene Lindsay David and Pamela Linker Gary and Lynne Long Peter Lungulow Patrick Lydon Charles and Jeri Machala Ruth Mangas Dr. Maurice Manning Douglas Martin Tom Mauter Flora McKenzie Cory and Susan Mee Don and Martha Mewhort Robert W. and Janet Meyer Kevin and Susan Michelson Brett and Kristine Milkie Charles and Debi Miller Fredrick and Ruth Miller Robert R. Miller Dr. Sheryl Milz Bradley Moenter Sherri L. Morris Jack and Carol Murphy Jack and Doris Myers Philip Neitzel Robert and Barbara Nichols

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Harold Lincoln Local 14 UAW Robert and Darlene Lohmeyer James and Martha Loss Ken Lovejoy and Jean Sanzenbacher-Lovejoy Joseph A. Ludwig and Suzanne Hagelberg


Rocket Fund Gold Level Gift of $500 to $999 Continued

Wilma Lupe Guy and Rosa Mabry Tom and Mickey Madden Bill Manley Dr. Charles and Sally Marlowe Lawrence McCabe Willard and Linda McCall William McClure Tom and Lynne McNutt Tom and Ruth Meinhart Don and Margaret Metheny Donald and Gail Mewhort Kent and Holly Meyers Marilyn Michelson Ned and Louise Miklovic David and Judith Miller Jon P. Miller Mel and Jean Miller Dr. Wendy Miller and Tim Lane Ryan and Dr. Jennifer Miltner Robert and Edith Mix Steve Mix Basketball Academy Michael Mock John Mossing James Newman Patricia Nice

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Tom and Sue Nichols David Nottke William and Dorothy Nunemaker Joe and Ann O’Conor Robert and Eileen O’Keefe Oldcastle Glass Peter Papadimos Dr. Michael and Lynn Phillips

George and Patricia Pickett Joseph and Carol Planicka Richard and Suzanne Poll Jim Poure Steve Przybylski Richard J. Puffenberger Michael Rachuba Steven Ramirez George Redmond Hon. Francis and Jane Restivo Lenny and Lanelle Rhodes Russell and Joyce Rice David and Polly Richardson Glenda Ried W. F. Roemer II William A. Roemer Karl and Carolyn Rofkar Jane Roman Tom Rood and Julia Connell Mickey and Suzanne Rosenberg Richard and Deb Rump James and Jane Ruvolo William E. Ryan Bernard and Rita Sanchez Bill Sanford William Saunders

Kelly Savage Robert and Sue Savage Michael Scalzo Patricia Schafer Jim and Sue Scheib Paul Schlatter Dr. Bob and Mary Schlembach James Schmakel Ronnie and Donna Schmidt Tom and Molly Schnell Tom and Marilyn Schuster Dr. Daniel Seemann Gerald Seizert Mervin and Pamela Sharfman Dr. Leslie and Jane Sheridan Signature Bank N.A. Dale and Barbara Siwinski Darell and Adrian Sizemore David and Sandra Smith Richard W. and Janet Smith Sandy Snyder Vern and Sue Snyder Stephen Soto Bill and Christine Spengler Doug and Mara Spidel David and Sue Spiess John and Barbara Spiess Jon and Jodi Stacy David Steer Robert W. Stephenson Dr. Eric and Olivia Summons Jude Sutter Michael and Diana Sydlowski Robert Tafelski Tansey Group, Inc. James and Martha Theaker Mike and Pat Todak Tim and Lori Toland Dr. Steve Saddemi Tri-State Aluminum John Uhrman Douglas Vandermeulen Dan and Kellie Vargo Jim and Nancy Vehslage James Vogel Richard and Vera Wagner Dr. Thomas and Mary Wakefield Rodney and Candy Walton Bert and Audrey Warrick William and Ann Waters Bruce and Jacki Way Dr. Robert Wendt A. Thomas Wheaton Tom and Linda Whiting Harry Will Gene and Mary Williams Gordon and Linda Wilson

David Wise Richard Wiseley Mark Wittler Sam Wozniak Scott and Colleen Yoder Robert Young Larry and Jodi Zaiser Dr. Jerome Zake Joe and Janice Zigray Jack and Kathleen Zouhary Ralph and Jane Zychowicz

Blue Level Gift of $300 to $499

Pete Adamson Marvin and Nancy Adler George Ames Jude Aubry and Susan Martin Steve and Lee Banks Dr. Reemt and Joan Baumann Baxter Bell Jeff and Kathleen Bixler Michael Bocian Fred and Mary Lou Bollin Stacy L. Bowers Ralph Bragg David Brezinski Matt Britsch Robb and Jacqueline Brown Joan Uhl Browne Terry Bryant Kenneth and Janet Bylow William Candelore Dr. Peter and Nancy Carroll Adolf Casillas Cal Christensen Robert and Emily Colgan Marion Cook Pat and Sally Copeland Roseann Croop Dr. John Cryan and Charlotte Chapman Warren Davis Brian and Katie DeBendictis Heather Demel Bruce and Barbara Dickey Jo Ann Dixon David and Sarah Dobrzykowski Robert Dorr Dr. John and Linnea Drowatzky Nick and Wendy Dukeshire Fred and Mary Dzienny Richard and Norma Eastop Mark and Mimi Ehlen Mark and Patricia Everhart Terry Fell Philip and Tina Fink

Christopher Finkbeiner Yvonne Gandy Max Gerber Tom and Maggie Gibney Alexander Gorobetz David and Gina Graf Gary and Bonnie Gratop Dr. William and Mary Gray David and Joyce Grude Don and Marjorie Hanley Joel and Becky Hansen Richard and Jeanne Hartman James and Kristine Hoffman Jack and Sarah Hohman Russell and Diane Hoogendoorn Keith and Janis Hubbard David and Rebecca Huey Kim Humrichouser Frank and Lynn Jacobs Robert and Melinda Johnston Kevin Katafias Ronald Kaufman Kevin Kennedy Don Kincade Bill Knittle Dr. Ruthie Kucharewski Alan and Janice Lane Heather Lane Bradley Lay Dr. Robert and Barbara Layman Scott Lehman James Leis Joel and Joan Levitan Mike Lopez Peter and Kathleen Mac Ewan John and Patricia MacDonald Dennis and Cynthia Manders Thomas Maran Larry and Kim McGill Michael R. Cross Richard and Mary Morrison MT Business Technologies Stephen F. Nagy, Jr. Paul and Sue Olsen Gerard Otten Jon and Hellen Patton Dennis and Linda Pawlecki Dr. Mary Powers Jack Prettyman Kypros and Panagiota Proestos Chester Pucilowski Hon. Jack and Sarah Puffenberger Donald and Lois Ramsdell Edith Rathbun Real and Suzanne Remillard Don and Dr. Karen Rhoda Stephen Risher

Brian and Lizabeth Roe James and Virginia Rosin Donald Satkowski Randall and Kathleen Schafer Patricia Scharf Michael Schroeder and Lori Stanfa-Schroeder Jeffrey and Patsy Scott Dr. Martin Skie Sonny and Nancy Smith Dr. Joseph and Mattie Sommerville Michael and Mary Spilis Peggy Stalder Kevin and Jan Stong Ron and Rita Stroble Dr. Lancelot and Naomi Thompson Rick Tolland Bill Vaver John and Beth Wagoner Timothy Warga Brian Weinblatt William and Fern Wermer Ed and Carla Willis Duane and Jacquelyn Wisner Larry Yonovitz

Century Level Gift of $100 to $299

Walter and Carol Albright Bruce and Michele Alexander Kelly Andrews Greg and Lila Aubell Frank and Nanca Bartell Gerald Bauer Roy R. Bechtel III Bob and Rose Belville Dale and Jennifer Benington Mike and Barbara Berebitsky Thomas and Joyce Bettinger Lillian Betts Tom and Elly Beutler Thomas Biggs Virginia Black Brian Blayney Nancy Jean Bohn Jim and Kay Bork John and Joann Borrell Jon Jeffrey Bowsher Kimberly Britain Susan Brotje Janis R. Brown John and Tiffany Brown Steven C. Brown John Bruning Carol Bryan

Robert Burns Dorothy Byers Ed and Particia Cahill Michael and Kathleen Cassidy Ford and Phyllis Cauffiel Mike and Susan Childers Jack Chitwood Matthew Clausing Richard and Cheryl Cohen Jeffrey C. Cole Charles T. Cox John and Mary Crandall Arthur and Patricia Cross Dr. Milo and Chrissie Danzeisen Robert Darmofal Frank and Kathleen David Jeanne Davis Tom and Nancy Devries Clyde and Elaine Dilley Loren and Marilyn Dirr Mark and Lori Dixon Steve and Meloni Donahue Martin Dorf Cathy Douglas and Connie Buhr Rada Ducket Ken and Donna Dulinsky Steve Easton Jeff Eischen Tim and Victoria Erickson James Estes Thomas Estes Tricia and Shaun Ethier Michael Fabec Jay and Connie Feldstein Charlene Fenneken Catherine Fillion Lawrence and Ruth Fleck Kara Flora Kathleen Folisi Robert C. Fox Stephen and Shirley Furey Joseph Gardner Mike and Sharyl Gardner Tony and Ondrea Georgetti Nicholas Gerogosian Edgar and Rita Gibson Charles and Bonnie Greene Jay Guelde Donald P. Gunkel II Gerald Hall Matthew Harrod Bryan Hartong Peg Hatfield James and Sharyn Hays Linda Hershey Carl and Dorothy Hibscher Philip J. Hinck

Maricarol Hrabovsky David and Anna Huffstetler David and Sherrie Humphrey June C. Ide Imperial Placement Service, Inc. Larry and Patricia Jacob Dr. Scott Jarvis Robert and Susan Johnson Mel and Dolores Kaitaniak Eugene and Mary Kasper Eileen Kelly Fred and Beverly King Bruce King Edwin and Marjorie Klag Edward T. Knecht Dr. Joel Knerr Richard Knowles Dr. Kevin and Christa Koffel Alex Kominek Dr. Thomas and Christine Korvas Keith Kralik James E. Kramer John Kroll Mark H. and Susan Kruse Ralph and Catherine Kubacki David Kuehnle Edwin and Shirley Kulczak Cynthia Kurtz Lamar and Associates, LLC Shelley and John Lawniczak Wynn and Bonita Lembright Dr. Clarence and Norene Lindsay David and Pamela Linker Gary and Lynne Long Peter Lungulow Patrick Lydon Charles and Jeri Machala Ruth Mangas Dr. Maurice Manning Douglas Martin Tom Mauter Flora McKenzie Cory and Susan Mee Don and Martha Mewhort Robert W. and Janet Meyer Kevin and Susan Michelson Brett and Kristine Milkie Charles and Debi Miller Fredrick and Ruth Miller Robert R. Miller Dr. Sheryl Milz Bradley Moenter Sherri L. Morris Jack and Carol Murphy Jack and Doris Myers Philip Neitzel Robert and Barbara Nichols

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Harold Lincoln Local 14 UAW Robert and Darlene Lohmeyer James and Martha Loss Ken Lovejoy and Jean Sanzenbacher-Lovejoy Joseph A. Ludwig and Suzanne Hagelberg


Dr. Harry and Nancy Nicholson Reeves Northrup II Raymond and Linda Olczak John and Elizabeth Papcun Raymond Parker Richard and Sharon Peoples Phil Pilewski Jane-Ella Pitney Francis and Betty Pizza Ed and Veronica Placko Larry Pressler Richard and Joni Prettyman Bart Quinn Tom and LuAnne Ramsdell John and Diana Randolph Clair and Janice Reason Brent and Margaret Reed Dr. Celia Regimbal John Richards Brad and Laura Rieger James Riggs Hon. Reno Riley Marilyn Ritter Robert and Gail Rittichier Kent Roth Willis and Arleen Ruppert Lee and Sharon Ryan Jack and Judith Ryder Dan and Dianne Saevig A. J. Sager Brian and Sandra Sanders Paul Sandor Gary Sattler Michael Schaefer Schafer Development Company Denny and Sharon Schaffer Peter and Patricia Scheuer Dr. Larry Schmakel Dr. Gary Schniegenberg William D. Searles Tim and Terry Selgo Chalres and Virginia Senn Edward Seybold, Jr. Don and Joyce Seymour Kathy Skaff Eric and Heather Slough Steven R. Smith Nancy Smythe Mary Lou Snyder Nancy Snyder Dennis and Peggy Spencer Tom Spiess Craig Spletzer Dr. Anson Spohler Joe and Marilyn Stalma Sherry Stanfa-Stanley Timothy and Julia Steingass

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Dr. Karen Stevens Eric Stockard Dr. Tom and Betty Straub Gary and Michelle Sullivan Thomas Sylak Kevin and Susan Szyskowski Oris Tabner Robert and Carol TenBrook Rodney Theis Chris Theodorou Carol A. Thomas Louis and Rose Thomson Ronald and Mary Tice John and Michelle Tilton Dennis and Joan Tobias Virginia and James Todd Toledo Wire Products Eric and Jocelyn Tuori Tom Tuschman Bruce Tuttle Larry Ulrich Kathleen Vasquez Zauyah Waite Larry I. Walter John Schneider Robert Weinman Joyce Welker James Wells Jeff Wenz Dawn Wernert Jack and Jane Westrich Randy and Mary Whately Thomas and Carole White James and Lois Whiteman Donald M. Whiting John and Barbara Wiesolek Robb and Laurie Williams Marc and Carol Williams-Young Frederick Wolfe Gerald Wolfson Albert Wright, Jr. Casey Yarder Scot Yarnell Jason Young Kurt and Madeline Zimmerman

Athletics Contributors

Lee Adler Robert and Kathryn Agoston Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Anderson Kelly Andrews Kevin and Jodi Appel Lynn and Joan Aschliman Gregory and Lila Aubell Victor and Eileen Avram

Thomas and Kate Backoff Thomas A. and Karen Baither Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Baker Dr. and Mrs. Donald A. Baker Frank and Juanita Baker Nicholas Balasz Marianne Ballas Roy and Shirley Barnes Rick Barnwell Terence Bartlett Jason Bartschy Dr. Reemt and Joan Baumann Gerald and Patricia Baumgartner Robert and Jean Beauch Larry E. Beebe Mark and Debra Beier David and JoAnn Bell Michael Bell Joel and Adelyn Belsky C. Robert and Holly Bennett David P. Bennett Thomas and Marilyn Bensman William and Pamela Bernath Thomas and Shirley Bettinger Gerald and Suzanne Biggs Tim Billingsley Patrick and Dr. Annette Birney Kenneth and Carol Bishop Curtis and Marilyn Black Ivy Bliwas Scott and Kelly Bly Brett Bohl Scott Bollin William and Susan Bollin Danny and Pat Bollinger David L. and Sue Bones Robert Jr. and Judith Borcherdt Robert and Yvette Borger William Bostleman and Evy Jarrett Debra Boughey Richard and Janice Boyd Frederick and Ellen Boyer Charles and Joann Boyk Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Bracken Mr. Ralph V. Breese and Dr. Colleen E. Breese Keith Brewster Jeffrey and Sandra Briner Matthew Britsch Sandra Brown Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Buckey Ed Burgin Keith Burwell James and Elizabeth Butts Dorothy Byers Kenneth and Janet Bylow

Diane Cappelletty Robert Jr. and Billie Carson Floyd and Patricia Cary Phil Case Adolf Casillas Ford and Phyllis Cauffiel Steven M. Cavanaugh Donald and Barbara Chambers Dr. Virginia Chambers George and Deborah Chapman George and Phyllis Chelovitz Roger Christoff Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Cicak Richard and Karen Cieslewski Lawrence and Roberta Cinadr Robert D. and Shirley Jean Clark John Jr. and Christine Clement Richard A. Cohen The Hon. D. Michael Collins and Sandra Drabik Timothy and Tamela Colliver Dr. Gary and Svea Cooke John and Molly Cooper Dr. Todd and Jennifer Cooperider Phillip and Ruth Crary Noel and David Creager Charles R. and Nancy C. Creech Michael and Brenda Cross Howard Crotin Dick and Lola Crouse Dr. and Mrs. John R. Cryan Daniel and Christine Cunningham Dr. Blaine and Phyllis Cusack William Jr. and Amira Darah Steve Dartt and Pamela Priest-Dartt John G. Day Willis Day III Willis IV and Amanda Day Mr. and Mrs. Cleves Delp Dr. Robert and Geraldine DeYarman Gregg Dick Charles and Barbara Dickey Derrick Diggs Anthony and Sharon DiSalle Dr. John P. Dismukes and Dr. Joan Dismukes Russell and Karen Dominique Anthony and Carla Donofrio Gary Draeger Craig Dues Owen Jr. and Elaine Dunn Dr. Cary and Darlene Dunne Dian Dyer Dick and Jeanne Eastop

Robert and Carol Eberly Douglas and Mary Eble Karen and Dave Edwards John Eisenhart George and Mary Eistetter Russell Ely and Catherine Martineau Erik Engel Janet and Thomas Eppard Todd Erickson Abraham Fadell Valeeta and Keith Fager Daniel and Deborah Farbrother James and Eileen Farner Dr. Douglas J. and Dr. Susan M. Federman Howard and Cynthia Feldstein Mark and Sara Feldstein Dr. Paul and Lori Fenton Hal and Susan Fetterman Randy and Elizabeth Fields James R. Findlay Joseph F. Fink Larry and Linda Fioritto Michael and Karen Fischer Greg and Raynell Fish Frederick II and Patricia Fisher Dr. Timothy Fisher Vance M. Flaggert Michael and Robin Flaum William and Ruth Flynn Eileen Foley George Jr. and Meri Ford Jim Forgrave Kathleen and Robert Foster Stephen and Janet Foster Darrell Fox David Francis Josette and Robert Freeman II David and Denise Friedli Thomas and Michele Frohman Robert and Shirley Fulop Thomas and Janice Gagnet Dennis Galayda Kenneth and Peggy Gallock Kent and The Hon. June Galvin Edward and Tracey Garcia Deborah Gasser and Darla Fuleky W. Jay and Laurie Gast Michael and Elaine Gatins Jay and Denise Gault Jon and Michelle Gauthier Bruce and Jean Geddes John Gephart Jr. Julie and John Gibbons Kevin and Susan Gilmore Timothy and Sally Goligoski

Marcus Goodwin Alexander Gorobetz David and Gina Graf Dr. Jeffrey and Teresa Gramling Gary and Bonnie Gratop John and Sheryl Greco Lynn Greenler Fred and Jill Grimm Randel Guerrero Mr. Bill Guntsch and Dr. Deborah Guntsch Shannon and Robert Gwozdz Clare Hagenbuch Theodore T. and Suzanne L. Hahn Gerald and Marietta Hall Russell and Laurie Hall Gregory Hammer James and Linda Hammer Michael and Kathleen Hanley Richard and Ruth Hanley Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Hanson Carl and Sue Happ Donald and Darla Harbaugh Eleanor Harbaugh Jeff Hardcastle Katherine Hardin David and Rebecca Harris Matthew Harris Michael and Kelly Hart Dan and Christine Hathaway Bernard and Anne Heinl Robert and Sylvia Hendon Leo Jr. and Elizabeth Henner Fred and Sharon Henning Byrn and Deborah Henry Clay and Betty Hepler Steven and Melinda Hess Carl Hibscher Bard and Vicki Hickman Wade Hicks Jr. Anne and Taber Hinkle Allen and Rebecca Hmiel Mark Hoisington Michael and Ireatha Hollie Bennie and Georgetta Hollingsworth Russell and Marcia Hoogendoorn Margaret and Harry Hooyenga Dr. Deron and Jennifer Horman Duane and Amy Horst Allen and Norma Hotchkiss Paul Hotmer William and Susan Hoying John and Paulette Huber David and Rebecca Huey John Hughes Robert Huntsman

Eugene Hunyadi III Charles Husum Patrick and Ann Hylant Kathleen Idczak Chet and Jerry Chappuies Imes

Robert and Anna King Albert Jr. and Nancy Kleine Mary and James Kline Tamara and Jeffrey Kneisley Mr. and Mrs. William C. Koester

Gregory and V. Inselmann S. Diane and Truman Irving John and Joyce Irwin William Jacob Frederick and Kathleen Janiszewski Birthel and Carol Jeffries Jerry and Linda Jensen Charles and Linda Jesse Michael and Jennifer Jewell Andrew Johnson Dennis and Sheila Johnson Howard and Kathleen Johnson Phil and Terri Johnson Robert and Lois Johnson Robert and Melinda Johnston Thomas Joyce Dr. Jeffery and Stephanie Judis Melvin and Dolores Kaitaniak Dr. Joan and Dr. James Kamm Michael R. Karabin Mary Karazim Ron and Jackie Kaufman John Keighley Robert and Frances Keiser Craig and Lora Keller Thomas and Mary Kelly James and Lynne Kelso Calvin and Sharon Kern Jeff King

Dr. Kevin and Christa Koffel William and Nancy Kolinski Richard and Patricia Komuniecki Mark and Susan Kruse Ralph and Catherine Kubacki Carl Sr. and Jean Kuhlman Norman C. Kuhlman and Patricia Weis Thomas and Mary Kunz Ralph and Helen Kunze Joseph Lajewski Anthony and Kathy LaMantia Gary Langel Craig and Sandra Lanker Nancy A. and James W. Lapp Fred and Leta Lauffer Frank Lauterbur Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. LaValley, Sr. Joseph and Christina Lawless Jack and Donna Lawrence Willard Lee Alan Leininger Alan and Margo Leininger E. J. and Betty Leizerman David and Pamela Linker Loren Lohmeyer Jeffrey Long Chet and Marjorie Loomis Bill Lorenzen

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Rocket Fund Century Level Continued


Dr. Harry and Nancy Nicholson Reeves Northrup II Raymond and Linda Olczak John and Elizabeth Papcun Raymond Parker Richard and Sharon Peoples Phil Pilewski Jane-Ella Pitney Francis and Betty Pizza Ed and Veronica Placko Larry Pressler Richard and Joni Prettyman Bart Quinn Tom and LuAnne Ramsdell John and Diana Randolph Clair and Janice Reason Brent and Margaret Reed Dr. Celia Regimbal John Richards Brad and Laura Rieger James Riggs Hon. Reno Riley Marilyn Ritter Robert and Gail Rittichier Kent Roth Willis and Arleen Ruppert Lee and Sharon Ryan Jack and Judith Ryder Dan and Dianne Saevig A. J. Sager Brian and Sandra Sanders Paul Sandor Gary Sattler Michael Schaefer Schafer Development Company Denny and Sharon Schaffer Peter and Patricia Scheuer Dr. Larry Schmakel Dr. Gary Schniegenberg William D. Searles Tim and Terry Selgo Chalres and Virginia Senn Edward Seybold, Jr. Don and Joyce Seymour Kathy Skaff Eric and Heather Slough Steven R. Smith Nancy Smythe Mary Lou Snyder Nancy Snyder Dennis and Peggy Spencer Tom Spiess Craig Spletzer Dr. Anson Spohler Joe and Marilyn Stalma Sherry Stanfa-Stanley Timothy and Julia Steingass

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Dr. Karen Stevens Eric Stockard Dr. Tom and Betty Straub Gary and Michelle Sullivan Thomas Sylak Kevin and Susan Szyskowski Oris Tabner Robert and Carol TenBrook Rodney Theis Chris Theodorou Carol A. Thomas Louis and Rose Thomson Ronald and Mary Tice John and Michelle Tilton Dennis and Joan Tobias Virginia and James Todd Toledo Wire Products Eric and Jocelyn Tuori Tom Tuschman Bruce Tuttle Larry Ulrich Kathleen Vasquez Zauyah Waite Larry I. Walter John Schneider Robert Weinman Joyce Welker James Wells Jeff Wenz Dawn Wernert Jack and Jane Westrich Randy and Mary Whately Thomas and Carole White James and Lois Whiteman Donald M. Whiting John and Barbara Wiesolek Robb and Laurie Williams Marc and Carol Williams-Young Frederick Wolfe Gerald Wolfson Albert Wright, Jr. Casey Yarder Scot Yarnell Jason Young Kurt and Madeline Zimmerman

Athletics Contributors

Lee Adler Robert and Kathryn Agoston Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Anderson Kelly Andrews Kevin and Jodi Appel Lynn and Joan Aschliman Gregory and Lila Aubell Victor and Eileen Avram

Thomas and Kate Backoff Thomas A. and Karen Baither Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Baker Dr. and Mrs. Donald A. Baker Frank and Juanita Baker Nicholas Balasz Marianne Ballas Roy and Shirley Barnes Rick Barnwell Terence Bartlett Jason Bartschy Dr. Reemt and Joan Baumann Gerald and Patricia Baumgartner Robert and Jean Beauch Larry E. Beebe Mark and Debra Beier David and JoAnn Bell Michael Bell Joel and Adelyn Belsky C. Robert and Holly Bennett David P. Bennett Thomas and Marilyn Bensman William and Pamela Bernath Thomas and Shirley Bettinger Gerald and Suzanne Biggs Tim Billingsley Patrick and Dr. Annette Birney Kenneth and Carol Bishop Curtis and Marilyn Black Ivy Bliwas Scott and Kelly Bly Brett Bohl Scott Bollin William and Susan Bollin Danny and Pat Bollinger David L. and Sue Bones Robert Jr. and Judith Borcherdt Robert and Yvette Borger William Bostleman and Evy Jarrett Debra Boughey Richard and Janice Boyd Frederick and Ellen Boyer Charles and Joann Boyk Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Bracken Mr. Ralph V. Breese and Dr. Colleen E. Breese Keith Brewster Jeffrey and Sandra Briner Matthew Britsch Sandra Brown Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Buckey Ed Burgin Keith Burwell James and Elizabeth Butts Dorothy Byers Kenneth and Janet Bylow

Diane Cappelletty Robert Jr. and Billie Carson Floyd and Patricia Cary Phil Case Adolf Casillas Ford and Phyllis Cauffiel Steven M. Cavanaugh Donald and Barbara Chambers Dr. Virginia Chambers George and Deborah Chapman George and Phyllis Chelovitz Roger Christoff Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Cicak Richard and Karen Cieslewski Lawrence and Roberta Cinadr Robert D. and Shirley Jean Clark John Jr. and Christine Clement Richard A. Cohen The Hon. D. Michael Collins and Sandra Drabik Timothy and Tamela Colliver Dr. Gary and Svea Cooke John and Molly Cooper Dr. Todd and Jennifer Cooperider Phillip and Ruth Crary Noel and David Creager Charles R. and Nancy C. Creech Michael and Brenda Cross Howard Crotin Dick and Lola Crouse Dr. and Mrs. John R. Cryan Daniel and Christine Cunningham Dr. Blaine and Phyllis Cusack William Jr. and Amira Darah Steve Dartt and Pamela Priest-Dartt John G. Day Willis Day III Willis IV and Amanda Day Mr. and Mrs. Cleves Delp Dr. Robert and Geraldine DeYarman Gregg Dick Charles and Barbara Dickey Derrick Diggs Anthony and Sharon DiSalle Dr. John P. Dismukes and Dr. Joan Dismukes Russell and Karen Dominique Anthony and Carla Donofrio Gary Draeger Craig Dues Owen Jr. and Elaine Dunn Dr. Cary and Darlene Dunne Dian Dyer Dick and Jeanne Eastop

Robert and Carol Eberly Douglas and Mary Eble Karen and Dave Edwards John Eisenhart George and Mary Eistetter Russell Ely and Catherine Martineau Erik Engel Janet and Thomas Eppard Todd Erickson Abraham Fadell Valeeta and Keith Fager Daniel and Deborah Farbrother James and Eileen Farner Dr. Douglas J. and Dr. Susan M. Federman Howard and Cynthia Feldstein Mark and Sara Feldstein Dr. Paul and Lori Fenton Hal and Susan Fetterman Randy and Elizabeth Fields James R. Findlay Joseph F. Fink Larry and Linda Fioritto Michael and Karen Fischer Greg and Raynell Fish Frederick II and Patricia Fisher Dr. Timothy Fisher Vance M. Flaggert Michael and Robin Flaum William and Ruth Flynn Eileen Foley George Jr. and Meri Ford Jim Forgrave Kathleen and Robert Foster Stephen and Janet Foster Darrell Fox David Francis Josette and Robert Freeman II David and Denise Friedli Thomas and Michele Frohman Robert and Shirley Fulop Thomas and Janice Gagnet Dennis Galayda Kenneth and Peggy Gallock Kent and The Hon. June Galvin Edward and Tracey Garcia Deborah Gasser and Darla Fuleky W. Jay and Laurie Gast Michael and Elaine Gatins Jay and Denise Gault Jon and Michelle Gauthier Bruce and Jean Geddes John Gephart Jr. Julie and John Gibbons Kevin and Susan Gilmore Timothy and Sally Goligoski

Marcus Goodwin Alexander Gorobetz David and Gina Graf Dr. Jeffrey and Teresa Gramling Gary and Bonnie Gratop John and Sheryl Greco Lynn Greenler Fred and Jill Grimm Randel Guerrero Mr. Bill Guntsch and Dr. Deborah Guntsch Shannon and Robert Gwozdz Clare Hagenbuch Theodore T. and Suzanne L. Hahn Gerald and Marietta Hall Russell and Laurie Hall Gregory Hammer James and Linda Hammer Michael and Kathleen Hanley Richard and Ruth Hanley Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Hanson Carl and Sue Happ Donald and Darla Harbaugh Eleanor Harbaugh Jeff Hardcastle Katherine Hardin David and Rebecca Harris Matthew Harris Michael and Kelly Hart Dan and Christine Hathaway Bernard and Anne Heinl Robert and Sylvia Hendon Leo Jr. and Elizabeth Henner Fred and Sharon Henning Byrn and Deborah Henry Clay and Betty Hepler Steven and Melinda Hess Carl Hibscher Bard and Vicki Hickman Wade Hicks Jr. Anne and Taber Hinkle Allen and Rebecca Hmiel Mark Hoisington Michael and Ireatha Hollie Bennie and Georgetta Hollingsworth Russell and Marcia Hoogendoorn Margaret and Harry Hooyenga Dr. Deron and Jennifer Horman Duane and Amy Horst Allen and Norma Hotchkiss Paul Hotmer William and Susan Hoying John and Paulette Huber David and Rebecca Huey John Hughes Robert Huntsman

Eugene Hunyadi III Charles Husum Patrick and Ann Hylant Kathleen Idczak Chet and Jerry Chappuies Imes

Robert and Anna King Albert Jr. and Nancy Kleine Mary and James Kline Tamara and Jeffrey Kneisley Mr. and Mrs. William C. Koester

Gregory and V. Inselmann S. Diane and Truman Irving John and Joyce Irwin William Jacob Frederick and Kathleen Janiszewski Birthel and Carol Jeffries Jerry and Linda Jensen Charles and Linda Jesse Michael and Jennifer Jewell Andrew Johnson Dennis and Sheila Johnson Howard and Kathleen Johnson Phil and Terri Johnson Robert and Lois Johnson Robert and Melinda Johnston Thomas Joyce Dr. Jeffery and Stephanie Judis Melvin and Dolores Kaitaniak Dr. Joan and Dr. James Kamm Michael R. Karabin Mary Karazim Ron and Jackie Kaufman John Keighley Robert and Frances Keiser Craig and Lora Keller Thomas and Mary Kelly James and Lynne Kelso Calvin and Sharon Kern Jeff King

Dr. Kevin and Christa Koffel William and Nancy Kolinski Richard and Patricia Komuniecki Mark and Susan Kruse Ralph and Catherine Kubacki Carl Sr. and Jean Kuhlman Norman C. Kuhlman and Patricia Weis Thomas and Mary Kunz Ralph and Helen Kunze Joseph Lajewski Anthony and Kathy LaMantia Gary Langel Craig and Sandra Lanker Nancy A. and James W. Lapp Fred and Leta Lauffer Frank Lauterbur Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. LaValley, Sr. Joseph and Christina Lawless Jack and Donna Lawrence Willard Lee Alan Leininger Alan and Margo Leininger E. J. and Betty Leizerman David and Pamela Linker Loren Lohmeyer Jeffrey Long Chet and Marjorie Loomis Bill Lorenzen

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Wilma Lupe Lloyd Mahaffey Ty and Dr. Donna Mahaffey Thomas and Ann Maidment Robert Jr. and Robert Manard Michael Marciniak Richard Jr. and Jill Maroney David and Pamela Marsh Steven and Karen Martin Richard and Suzanne Martinko Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Mast Dr. Gordon M. and Mary C. Mather Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. May Cindy and Dr. Jeff McClure John and Mary McKinley Richard McNerney and Mary France-McNerney Ory and Patricia Mee Michael and Virginia Meenan Craig Meinzer Eugenio and Irma Melendez Thomas and Mary Menke Michael Mercurio Beverly Metcalf Donald Jr. and Martha Mewhort Donald III and Gail Mewhort John Meyer Edward and Ann Michalski Marilyn Michelson David Mikolajczyk David and Judith Miller Kurt and Laura Miller Teddy and Kay Miller Scott and Michelle Mills Jim Minor Robert and Dianna Moffat Edward and Pamala Mohler William and Jean Mooney Mary and Rick Morrison Ed Mouch Tim and Linda Moxim John and Carol Murphy Patrick and Mary Murphy Thomas Murphy Jack and Doris Myers Richard Jr. and Mary Myos Stephen Nagy Jr. Stephen Nash Patricia Nice Thomas Jr. and Sue Nichols Matina Ballas Nimphie Pornpimol Ninlawong Cathy Nofziger Charles L. and D’Aun Norman David Nottke Mel and Jacqueline Nusbaum

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Joe O’Conor Joseph and Ann O’Conor John Sr. and Lisa Oehlers Larry Oehlers Christopher Orosz Nancy Osstifin Charles and Bonnie Ostrander Dr. Thomas G. and Dr. Denise A. Padanilam David Parker Mark and Sandra Parker Randall and Susan Parker James Pasch Jack and Lori Pasienza Jon and Helen Patton Dennis and Linda Pawlecki Steven and Melody Pereira John and Debra Perry Konstantine Petros Jr. Jerome and Diane Phillips Philip Pilewski Sandra and Peter Pilliod Dr. Eric A. and Dr. Mary E. Pizza Jeffrey Potter Scott and Judy Potter Mr. and Mrs. James A. Poure Stephen and Kelly Powhida Michael and Melinda Price Kypros and Panagiota Proestos Clifford and Valerie Purtilo James and Patricia Quaintance Donald Quertinmont Bartus Quinn Michael and Kathy Rachuba Jennifer Raftery Paul Rahe Gary and Mary Rakosik Lois and Don Ramsdell Ray and Kathy Ramsdell Keith Randazzo Patrick Rayner M. Clair and Janice Reason Brent and Margaret Reed Carol and Mark Reissig Michael Renard James Reynolds Mr. Donald A. Rhoda and Dr. Karen I. Rhoda David and Polly Richardson Roger and Julie Rivard Jeffrey and Pamela Robbins Mr. Marvin and Dr. Nancy Robon Brian and Margaret Rockhold Karl and Carolyn Rofkar John Rogers Jane Roman William and Theresa Romp

Lars Rosaen Jim and Virginia Rosin Emerson Ross Jr. Charles Rounds Richard and Deborah Rump Joel and Benet Rupp A. J. Sager Stanley Sanders Paul and Cathleen Sandor Wade Sanecki Kelly Savage and Kim Griggs Joseph and Christina Schaefer Michael and Kirsten Schaefer Randall and Kathleen Schafer Patricia Driscoll Scharf Janice Schemenauer and Dr. Charles Glaab Brian and Anne Schenk Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schlembach Mark and Eileen Schreiner Michael Schroeder and Lori Stanfa-Schroeder Arlene Schubargo Michael Schultz Thomas and Marilyn Schuster Charley and Ginny Senn Hal Jr. and Rosalie Shafer Donald Sharper Dorene Sherman John and Lori Sherwood Scott and Judith Shook

David and Dr. Constance Shriner Dale and Barbara Siwinski Michael and Kathryn Skaff Frank and Alice Skeens Mark and Robin Smigelski Gregory and Tamara Smith Matthew and Bronwyn Smith Michael and Susan Smith Michael S. Smith Robert and Donna Smith William R. Smith John Smythe Michael and Darlene Snyder Dennis and Peggy Spencer Bill and Chris Spengler Douglas and Mara Spidel Judith and Michael Spieldenner Dr. John and Barbara Spiess Michael J. and Jennifer H. Spiros Peggy Stalder Mark and Brenda Staples David Steer Miki and Cristina Steigerwald Linda and Dan Steinberg Robert Stephenson Andrew Stetka Marty and Paula St. John Robert and Maureen St. John Terry and Marc Stockwell David Stoiber Kenneth and Lavella Stone Dean and Lil-Mar Stroh

Charles A. and Jackie Sullivan Margaret G. Sutter Vincent and Holly Swint John and Lynne Szanyi Thomas and Yvonne Szyperski Kevin and Susan Szyskowski Dr. Lance and Dee Talmage Carolyn and Jeremiah Tasker Mr. and Mrs. James R. Theaker Chris and Pat Theodorou James and Linda Thibert Todd Thomas Lawrence and Rose Thompson Jay Threet Brian and Kari Timmer Tim and Lori Toland Thomas Tomczak Mark Tooman Richard and Juanita Towse Terry and Kathy Toy Richard and Martha Tracy Jeff and Nancy Traudt Larry and Kathleen Ulrich James and Kaye Vahalik James and Mary Valiton Michael and Ann VanHorn Thomas and Bonnie Visser Robert and Margaret Wabol Steve and Robbin Wagener Alan and Bella Wagner Mark and Jean Wagner Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Wakefield Susan Waldecker David and Karen Walker Scott and Denise Walsh Kimberly and James Walter Rodney and Candy Walton Tad and Nicole Wampfler Don and Connie Warner Bert and Audrey Warrick Elaine and Carlos Washington William and Ann Waters Jerry and Sandra Watson Donald K. and Mary Ellen Wedding James and JoEllen Wells Dr. Robert N. Wendt and Dr. Judy Pheatt Samuel Wendt John Werder Robert and Kit Werth Daniel and Marguerite White Donald Whiting Thomas and Linda Whiting Philip and Deborah Wierzba Marc and Carol Williams-Young John Willingham Jr.

Gordon and Linda Wilson Gary and Pat Windon Duane and Jacquelyn Wisner Sheldon Wittenberg Brian Wolcott Roger Wolcott David and Lynne Wolf Paul and Judith Wordeman Don A. Wyper R. Bruce Yacko Richard and Debra Yarder Lawrence and Mary Yonovitz John and Paulie Young Kent and Nora Zahel Larry and Jody Zaiser Robert Zeller Joseph Zerbey IV Dr. James Jr. and Nancy Zimmerman

In Memoriam

Gifts were made in memory of the following individuals: George A. Abood William L. Alexander, Jr. John W. Allen Joseph H. Altschuller Agnes M. Alspaugh Esther E. Anderson Wilma P. Aponte Dr. David L. Applebaum Dr. Douglas V. Austin Frank A. Baker Sr. Molene Baker Clyde W. Balch George P. Ballas Vincent L. Barker, Jr. Betty W. Barnes James M. Beall Dr. William R. Beck Susan M. Beilstein Georgina Bentley Dr. Bhal J. Bhatt Eleanor A. Bieniek Dr. Marianne C. Bigney Edward W. Binder Jon M. Binder Karen L. Binder Barbara E. Binkley Sarah S. Bissell Arthur H. Black Dr. Jeffrey A. Black Ronald A. Born M. Kathleen Bostleman Richard L. Bostleman

Dr. William K. Bottorff Howard H. Bowman J. B. Brandeberry Danielle L. Brauer Elgin C. Brooks Dr. James A. Brunner Robert Buell Albert Burgess John Kenneth Burkey Patrick Burns Howard L. Camp, Jr. Carol L. Carr Haris Charalambous Dr. Joseph C. Christen Sally J. Clark Susanna Clement Frank C. Clemons Joanne Cline Ralph Cline Joan Coder Ronald Coffman Edrene Benson Cole Helen Collins Marilyn Connors Gus G. County, Jr. Michael T. Crawford Lawrence F. Crider Melinda M. Curley Edwin F. Damschroder Kelly L. Darling Rita M. Davenport Eugene (Red) Davis William Davis Mary DeHaven Judith A. Deis Michael P. Deis Eileen Delaney William Delaney Rita DeMedio Mr. and Mrs. B. Deshpande Dr. Ernest W. Dewey Dr. Kenneth J. DeWitt Dorothy Dickson Dr. George E. Dickson Marlene D. Doerner Dr. Sharron E. Doerner Ruth I. Dohse Andrew Dollimore Dr. David Dollimore Anne L. Donabedian James R. Donnelly Eris J. Donovan Florence Kerr Dreibelbis Keith Dressel Daniel R. Droz Patricia A. Duhart Herman J. Dunseith

Marjorie M. Dunseith William P. Duschl Edward D. Ebert John R. Eastman Carolyn Edwards Rene Elicano Samar S. El-Okdi Terice C. Escott Janell M. Maeder Falter Robert R. Falter Bruno Filippone Celia L. Koontz Findlay John A. Fink Sr. Dr. Jose O. Fleites Jose O. Fleites Jr. The Hon. Joseph A. Flores Dolores M. Flynn Robert L. Fockler Larry Forderer Dr. Peter C. Fraleigh Dr. Roberto Franco-Saenz Ralph F. Friemark Dr. Roland Gandy Dr. Robert H. Garrett Rosemary B. Gerber Theodore Gersz Hal H. Gilbert Ted Glen Max Gottfried Torrence Greene Mary Beth Gunzenhaeuser Elizabeth W. Guy Ray P. Guy Karen S. Haas Dr. George C. Haidet Rhea L. Hammond Clifford Hanf Patricia Anne Hanf Naomi Hankish John E. Harlan Imogene Harmon Thomas R. Hart Dr. Henry L. Hartman Ruth H. Hartzell B. R. Keno Hatfield Mary Beth Hayward Dr. Stephen L. Heater Ruth V. Heldt Dr. Mary J. Henning David W. Henry, Sr. Irene W. Henschen W. A. Hepner Melissa S. Herstrum Edward S. Herzog Grace Hessler Madeleine Heywood Thomas H. Heywood, Sr.

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Wilma Lupe Lloyd Mahaffey Ty and Dr. Donna Mahaffey Thomas and Ann Maidment Robert Jr. and Robert Manard Michael Marciniak Richard Jr. and Jill Maroney David and Pamela Marsh Steven and Karen Martin Richard and Suzanne Martinko Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Mast Dr. Gordon M. and Mary C. Mather Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. May Cindy and Dr. Jeff McClure John and Mary McKinley Richard McNerney and Mary France-McNerney Ory and Patricia Mee Michael and Virginia Meenan Craig Meinzer Eugenio and Irma Melendez Thomas and Mary Menke Michael Mercurio Beverly Metcalf Donald Jr. and Martha Mewhort Donald III and Gail Mewhort John Meyer Edward and Ann Michalski Marilyn Michelson David Mikolajczyk David and Judith Miller Kurt and Laura Miller Teddy and Kay Miller Scott and Michelle Mills Jim Minor Robert and Dianna Moffat Edward and Pamala Mohler William and Jean Mooney Mary and Rick Morrison Ed Mouch Tim and Linda Moxim John and Carol Murphy Patrick and Mary Murphy Thomas Murphy Jack and Doris Myers Richard Jr. and Mary Myos Stephen Nagy Jr. Stephen Nash Patricia Nice Thomas Jr. and Sue Nichols Matina Ballas Nimphie Pornpimol Ninlawong Cathy Nofziger Charles L. and D’Aun Norman David Nottke Mel and Jacqueline Nusbaum

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Joe O’Conor Joseph and Ann O’Conor John Sr. and Lisa Oehlers Larry Oehlers Christopher Orosz Nancy Osstifin Charles and Bonnie Ostrander Dr. Thomas G. and Dr. Denise A. Padanilam David Parker Mark and Sandra Parker Randall and Susan Parker James Pasch Jack and Lori Pasienza Jon and Helen Patton Dennis and Linda Pawlecki Steven and Melody Pereira John and Debra Perry Konstantine Petros Jr. Jerome and Diane Phillips Philip Pilewski Sandra and Peter Pilliod Dr. Eric A. and Dr. Mary E. Pizza Jeffrey Potter Scott and Judy Potter Mr. and Mrs. James A. Poure Stephen and Kelly Powhida Michael and Melinda Price Kypros and Panagiota Proestos Clifford and Valerie Purtilo James and Patricia Quaintance Donald Quertinmont Bartus Quinn Michael and Kathy Rachuba Jennifer Raftery Paul Rahe Gary and Mary Rakosik Lois and Don Ramsdell Ray and Kathy Ramsdell Keith Randazzo Patrick Rayner M. Clair and Janice Reason Brent and Margaret Reed Carol and Mark Reissig Michael Renard James Reynolds Mr. Donald A. Rhoda and Dr. Karen I. Rhoda David and Polly Richardson Roger and Julie Rivard Jeffrey and Pamela Robbins Mr. Marvin and Dr. Nancy Robon Brian and Margaret Rockhold Karl and Carolyn Rofkar John Rogers Jane Roman William and Theresa Romp

Lars Rosaen Jim and Virginia Rosin Emerson Ross Jr. Charles Rounds Richard and Deborah Rump Joel and Benet Rupp A. J. Sager Stanley Sanders Paul and Cathleen Sandor Wade Sanecki Kelly Savage and Kim Griggs Joseph and Christina Schaefer Michael and Kirsten Schaefer Randall and Kathleen Schafer Patricia Driscoll Scharf Janice Schemenauer and Dr. Charles Glaab Brian and Anne Schenk Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schlembach Mark and Eileen Schreiner Michael Schroeder and Lori Stanfa-Schroeder Arlene Schubargo Michael Schultz Thomas and Marilyn Schuster Charley and Ginny Senn Hal Jr. and Rosalie Shafer Donald Sharper Dorene Sherman John and Lori Sherwood Scott and Judith Shook

David and Dr. Constance Shriner Dale and Barbara Siwinski Michael and Kathryn Skaff Frank and Alice Skeens Mark and Robin Smigelski Gregory and Tamara Smith Matthew and Bronwyn Smith Michael and Susan Smith Michael S. Smith Robert and Donna Smith William R. Smith John Smythe Michael and Darlene Snyder Dennis and Peggy Spencer Bill and Chris Spengler Douglas and Mara Spidel Judith and Michael Spieldenner Dr. John and Barbara Spiess Michael J. and Jennifer H. Spiros Peggy Stalder Mark and Brenda Staples David Steer Miki and Cristina Steigerwald Linda and Dan Steinberg Robert Stephenson Andrew Stetka Marty and Paula St. John Robert and Maureen St. John Terry and Marc Stockwell David Stoiber Kenneth and Lavella Stone Dean and Lil-Mar Stroh

Charles A. and Jackie Sullivan Margaret G. Sutter Vincent and Holly Swint John and Lynne Szanyi Thomas and Yvonne Szyperski Kevin and Susan Szyskowski Dr. Lance and Dee Talmage Carolyn and Jeremiah Tasker Mr. and Mrs. James R. Theaker Chris and Pat Theodorou James and Linda Thibert Todd Thomas Lawrence and Rose Thompson Jay Threet Brian and Kari Timmer Tim and Lori Toland Thomas Tomczak Mark Tooman Richard and Juanita Towse Terry and Kathy Toy Richard and Martha Tracy Jeff and Nancy Traudt Larry and Kathleen Ulrich James and Kaye Vahalik James and Mary Valiton Michael and Ann VanHorn Thomas and Bonnie Visser Robert and Margaret Wabol Steve and Robbin Wagener Alan and Bella Wagner Mark and Jean Wagner Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Wakefield Susan Waldecker David and Karen Walker Scott and Denise Walsh Kimberly and James Walter Rodney and Candy Walton Tad and Nicole Wampfler Don and Connie Warner Bert and Audrey Warrick Elaine and Carlos Washington William and Ann Waters Jerry and Sandra Watson Donald K. and Mary Ellen Wedding James and JoEllen Wells Dr. Robert N. Wendt and Dr. Judy Pheatt Samuel Wendt John Werder Robert and Kit Werth Daniel and Marguerite White Donald Whiting Thomas and Linda Whiting Philip and Deborah Wierzba Marc and Carol Williams-Young John Willingham Jr.

Gordon and Linda Wilson Gary and Pat Windon Duane and Jacquelyn Wisner Sheldon Wittenberg Brian Wolcott Roger Wolcott David and Lynne Wolf Paul and Judith Wordeman Don A. Wyper R. Bruce Yacko Richard and Debra Yarder Lawrence and Mary Yonovitz John and Paulie Young Kent and Nora Zahel Larry and Jody Zaiser Robert Zeller Joseph Zerbey IV Dr. James Jr. and Nancy Zimmerman

In Memoriam

Gifts were made in memory of the following individuals: George A. Abood William L. Alexander, Jr. John W. Allen Joseph H. Altschuller Agnes M. Alspaugh Esther E. Anderson Wilma P. Aponte Dr. David L. Applebaum Dr. Douglas V. Austin Frank A. Baker Sr. Molene Baker Clyde W. Balch George P. Ballas Vincent L. Barker, Jr. Betty W. Barnes James M. Beall Dr. William R. Beck Susan M. Beilstein Georgina Bentley Dr. Bhal J. Bhatt Eleanor A. Bieniek Dr. Marianne C. Bigney Edward W. Binder Jon M. Binder Karen L. Binder Barbara E. Binkley Sarah S. Bissell Arthur H. Black Dr. Jeffrey A. Black Ronald A. Born M. Kathleen Bostleman Richard L. Bostleman

Dr. William K. Bottorff Howard H. Bowman J. B. Brandeberry Danielle L. Brauer Elgin C. Brooks Dr. James A. Brunner Robert Buell Albert Burgess John Kenneth Burkey Patrick Burns Howard L. Camp, Jr. Carol L. Carr Haris Charalambous Dr. Joseph C. Christen Sally J. Clark Susanna Clement Frank C. Clemons Joanne Cline Ralph Cline Joan Coder Ronald Coffman Edrene Benson Cole Helen Collins Marilyn Connors Gus G. County, Jr. Michael T. Crawford Lawrence F. Crider Melinda M. Curley Edwin F. Damschroder Kelly L. Darling Rita M. Davenport Eugene (Red) Davis William Davis Mary DeHaven Judith A. Deis Michael P. Deis Eileen Delaney William Delaney Rita DeMedio Mr. and Mrs. B. Deshpande Dr. Ernest W. Dewey Dr. Kenneth J. DeWitt Dorothy Dickson Dr. George E. Dickson Marlene D. Doerner Dr. Sharron E. Doerner Ruth I. Dohse Andrew Dollimore Dr. David Dollimore Anne L. Donabedian James R. Donnelly Eris J. Donovan Florence Kerr Dreibelbis Keith Dressel Daniel R. Droz Patricia A. Duhart Herman J. Dunseith

Marjorie M. Dunseith William P. Duschl Edward D. Ebert John R. Eastman Carolyn Edwards Rene Elicano Samar S. El-Okdi Terice C. Escott Janell M. Maeder Falter Robert R. Falter Bruno Filippone Celia L. Koontz Findlay John A. Fink Sr. Dr. Jose O. Fleites Jose O. Fleites Jr. The Hon. Joseph A. Flores Dolores M. Flynn Robert L. Fockler Larry Forderer Dr. Peter C. Fraleigh Dr. Roberto Franco-Saenz Ralph F. Friemark Dr. Roland Gandy Dr. Robert H. Garrett Rosemary B. Gerber Theodore Gersz Hal H. Gilbert Ted Glen Max Gottfried Torrence Greene Mary Beth Gunzenhaeuser Elizabeth W. Guy Ray P. Guy Karen S. Haas Dr. George C. Haidet Rhea L. Hammond Clifford Hanf Patricia Anne Hanf Naomi Hankish John E. Harlan Imogene Harmon Thomas R. Hart Dr. Henry L. Hartman Ruth H. Hartzell B. R. Keno Hatfield Mary Beth Hayward Dr. Stephen L. Heater Ruth V. Heldt Dr. Mary J. Henning David W. Henry, Sr. Irene W. Henschen W. A. Hepner Melissa S. Herstrum Edward S. Herzog Grace Hessler Madeleine Heywood Thomas H. Heywood, Sr.

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Dr. Frank R. Hickerson Colleen M. Higley Eleanor Hildebrand Dorothea Hill Dr. Frederick W. Hiss Katie Hoben Dr. David G. Hoch Edwin R. Hodge Leo C. Hojnicki Phyllis Hojnicki Jane Holman Dr. William B. Holman Rebecca A. Hurst Dorothy G. Hussain Prof. Clarence F. Hyrne Norman H. Jamison Thomas W. Jarrett Dr. Chidambaraswamy Jayanthi Saraswathi Jayanthi Donna L. Johnson Julie A. Johnson Dr. O. Garfield Jones Dr. Peter P. Jonitis Albert Joseph Dr. Joseph Judis Mark E. Judy Shirley J. Judy Dr. John C. Kelleher Dr. Ruth L. Kelly Thomas A. Kelly Ralph Kendall William M. Keran Imam Abdel Moneim M. Khattab The Rev. Robert B. Kirtland Nand Kishore Franklin P. Kistler, Sr. Dr. William A. Kneller Frank J. Kralik Peter L. Krauss Joseph V. Kreft Dr. Henry R. Kreider, Sr. Jodi L. Krone Dolores Kurek Lee LaBrecque Eric Ladner Phyllis H. Lamb Ronald R. Langenderfer Arnold W. Lapp Betty Lapp Lloyd Lapp Frank A. Larimer T. H. Lautenbach Mary B. Lauterbur Lisa M. Lawson-King Gerald W. Leavitt Dr. William H. Leckie, Sr.

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J. Preston Levis Jr. Bruce A. Lewis Dr. Ruth C. Lindecker Joseph C. Lindsay Charlotte A. Lisicky Suzanne J. Louthan Pauline Lowe Dr. Kitty L. Lowery Carol Mack James Mack Gahelle Madeley Sy Mah Lee Mann Michael J. Markakis Thomas L. Markham Terry L. Marti Willie M. Martin Janice E. Mayer Samantha Marie McAfee Laren K. McClain Dr. Frank S. McCullough Prudence A. McIntire Fern Welker Mervos Maryhelen Meyers Maryse Mikhail Dr. Ramzy N. Mikhail Kathryn T. Miler Christopher Miller Alice Mills Alan Roy Minadeo Richard C. Molter Charles Zale Moore Matthew Morgan Phyllis Brown Mumma Geoffrey L. Muntz Paul H. Muntz Margaret Murray Thomas Murray Prof. Dennis Myers Philip C. Nash Lillian Nassar Nicholas Nassar Jr. James Neidhart Sylvia M. Neill Lisa L. Neiswander Marie Neufeld Ned Neuhausel Dr. Daniel Neusom Irene Newman James D. Nice Bernice Nichols G. William Nicholson Dr. Edward F. Ockuly Dr. Keytack H. Oh William C. Outland M. Jean Parke

Elaine Stein Patterson Margaret Patterson Charles W. Peckinpaugh Jr. Peter Peterson William Peterson Henry Phillips Anthony G. Pizza Frank T. Pizza Pearl Puszczewicz William L. Rabideau Dion Raftopoulos Dr. Donald M. Ragusa Dr. Fred J. Raniele William McKendrie Reed Jeanne Rex Janice H. Rhodes Jeffrey S. Rhodes James Rice Joyce K. Rice Dr. Stephen R. Ripps Arthur L. Roach William Rohr Marcella Roll Marvin H. Rorick, Jr. Al Rubbo Iva May Russ David H. Ryerson Martin N. Sager Peggy Samborn Dr. Herbert H. Sandberg C. Joseph Sass, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. G. Sastri Muriel S. Saxton Dr. Samuel Schaeffer William C. Schaub, Jr. Dr. B. V. Scheib Dr. Herbert Schering Charles Hyman Schifman Edward C. Schmakel Helen G. Schmakel Patrick J. Schneider Connie K. Schondel James A. Schroeder Richard Schuessler Lee Anna Searcy Sandra J. Selland Gerri Severn-Fink Dr. Edward Shapiro Helen B. Shawen Dr. Gerald P. Sherman Barbara A. Shirk Jay J. Shuer Gilbert Siegel Janiece Siegel Joe A. Simmons Clarence Simon, Jr.

Margarete Mann Simon Jung See Sing Michael Singh Rodger M. Skilliter Leonard S. Snavely Eleanor F. Sobel Dennis F. Stanfa Charles F. Stebbins Eileen L. Steusloff Dr. William J. Stewart John W. Stoepler George Stoyanovich Patricia Ann Sullivan Dr. Timothy J. Sullivan Dr. Richard M. Summers II William C. Susor Josephine M. Suszka Robert L. Sutter Elsie Swartz Mary Sturtz Sweet Harry Szymkowiak Dr. John H. Tallman Roger L. Tappan Art Tatum Eleni Theodosiou William N. Thomas, Sr. James R. Thornbury Dr. Robert T. Tidrick Frank T. Tolnai Evelyn A. Tomasi Joseph Tomasi Fred M. Tschanz Jr. Christian D. Tucker Clayton E. Umbles Ardith J. Valiton Frank J. Voss The Hon. Nicholas J. Walinski Thaddeus Walinski Prof. Janet L. Wallin G. Norbert Wambold Matthew S. Wargo Harlan Wegman The Hon. Roger R. Weiher Ronald R. Weiss Sr. Richard J. Wells The Hon. Frank W. Wiley Lawanda J. Williams Margaret J. Williams Robert C. Williamson Marjorie C. Neal Wilson William B. Winters Charles C. Winzeler Irene Wisniewski Ted Wisniewski Mel Woelfling Marla Wozniak

Robert J. Wozniak Tom Wright Frank Zatko Hedvika Zatko Todd D. Zielinski Jr. John Michael Zitzelberger A. Martin Zucker Ruth M. Zucker

In Honor

Gifts were made in honor of the following individuals: Dr. Mesbah U. Ahmed Noure Alo Clarence G. Alspaugh Dr. Ruth R. Alteneder Melvin F. Andrews Dr. Stephen J. Andrews Jose Aponte Maria Babula Dr. Donald A. Baker Dr. Stephen P. Bazeley Dr. Norman Billups The Hon. J. Ronald Bowman Elizabeth Brady Dr. Thomas E. Brady Dr. Stephen R. Branam Lynn A. Brand Dr. Carol M. Bresnahan Claudette A. Bretzloff Eleanor F. Brunner Daniel Burket Dr. Craig G. Burkhart Lawrence J. Burns Walter H. Carstensen, Jr. Susan E. Carter Peter R. Casey III Robert F. Cavalear Dong Kok Chou Michael R. Coffman Eddie M. Cole Dr. Gary Corrigan Beatrice Daniels Charlotte G. Davis Elizabeth A. Davis Roger S. Davis Miriam Diamond Harriett Dimick James M. Dimick David D. Dobrzykowski Dr. Jon R. Dvorak Charles R. Dyke Janet Eppard Howard Feldstein

James R. Findlay Dana S. Fitzsimmons Patrick J. Flynn Gina R. Foley Dr. Theodore D. Fraker Jr. Nicole E. Gabehart Ellen D. Gibney Dr. Thomas C. Gibney Mary L. Glen Mary Ann Gray Donald Grime Dr. Blair P. Grubb Dr. George P. Guthrie Prof. Jamie Hafner Dr. James A. Hampton Dr. Mary Ann Heinrichs John M. Henry, Jr. Jon A. Herb Judith Herb Lee H. Hoogenboom Terry Hoogenboom Dr. John M. Howard Bill Huepenbecker Martha L. Huepenbecker Dr. S. Amjad Hussain George Isaac Birdel F. Jackson Jamille G. Jamra Dr. Steven D. Kapetansky Dr. Sidney J. Kaplan Annora S. Karr Dr. Randall W. King Marilyn Olsen Kirby Dr. Daniel A. Koechel Dr. David M. Krol Dr. Mary T. Legenza Robert Livengood Kam Yee Lo Ann W. Locher Dr. Arthur Mancini Medical College of Ohio Dr. William P. Mies Dr. Lucien E. Morris Dr. Patricia A. Murphy Thelma Netry Bob Nichols Robin J. Oberle Renee A. Ott Marjorie A. Patterson Jay Pearson Barbara R. Perry Dr. Sonja S. Pinsky Dr. Stanley Theodore Pinsky James H. Price Cindy S. Puffer Ronald D. Raitt

Edith Rathbun Dr. Shirley M. Rayport The Hon. Francis C. Restivo Rose Marie Reuss-Thomson Dr. Barry L. Richardson George E. Robinson, II, M.B.A. Dr. Richard D. Ruppert Dr. Philip J. Rusche Helen Sager Adam K. Scharf James W. Scheib Sue Scheib Mary A. Schlembach Dr. Robert J. Schlembach Janet J. Schroeder Harry P. Schulman Daniel D. Silvers Dr. Frederick J. Simonelli A. Jackson Smith Michael S. Smith Sally Smith Dr. Alan M. Sokobin Elmer C. Spear Dr. John A. Spiess Della Spurlock-Redding Scott W. Steele Dr. Harold R. Stevens Dr. Thomas E. Sturdavant Diana H. Talmage Dr. Lance A. Talmage Michele E. Taylor Dr. Susan K. Telljohann Diane Thompson

Paul L. Toth, Jr. Roy Treuhaft Prof. David Turnbull Mark A. Urrutia Maria D. Vasquez Donald L. Warner Robert S. Weinman Vicky L. Wellman James W. White, Jr. Dr. Richard E. White Robin L. Whitney Dr. Ethel Wilcox Kelly A. Wingate Lo Kam Yee Constance D. Zouhary 2008 Annual Report

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Dr. Frank R. Hickerson Colleen M. Higley Eleanor Hildebrand Dorothea Hill Dr. Frederick W. Hiss Katie Hoben Dr. David G. Hoch Edwin R. Hodge Leo C. Hojnicki Phyllis Hojnicki Jane Holman Dr. William B. Holman Rebecca A. Hurst Dorothy G. Hussain Prof. Clarence F. Hyrne Norman H. Jamison Thomas W. Jarrett Dr. Chidambaraswamy Jayanthi Saraswathi Jayanthi Donna L. Johnson Julie A. Johnson Dr. O. Garfield Jones Dr. Peter P. Jonitis Albert Joseph Dr. Joseph Judis Mark E. Judy Shirley J. Judy Dr. John C. Kelleher Dr. Ruth L. Kelly Thomas A. Kelly Ralph Kendall William M. Keran Imam Abdel Moneim M. Khattab The Rev. Robert B. Kirtland Nand Kishore Franklin P. Kistler, Sr. Dr. William A. Kneller Frank J. Kralik Peter L. Krauss Joseph V. Kreft Dr. Henry R. Kreider, Sr. Jodi L. Krone Dolores Kurek Lee LaBrecque Eric Ladner Phyllis H. Lamb Ronald R. Langenderfer Arnold W. Lapp Betty Lapp Lloyd Lapp Frank A. Larimer T. H. Lautenbach Mary B. Lauterbur Lisa M. Lawson-King Gerald W. Leavitt Dr. William H. Leckie, Sr.

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J. Preston Levis Jr. Bruce A. Lewis Dr. Ruth C. Lindecker Joseph C. Lindsay Charlotte A. Lisicky Suzanne J. Louthan Pauline Lowe Dr. Kitty L. Lowery Carol Mack James Mack Gahelle Madeley Sy Mah Lee Mann Michael J. Markakis Thomas L. Markham Terry L. Marti Willie M. Martin Janice E. Mayer Samantha Marie McAfee Laren K. McClain Dr. Frank S. McCullough Prudence A. McIntire Fern Welker Mervos Maryhelen Meyers Maryse Mikhail Dr. Ramzy N. Mikhail Kathryn T. Miler Christopher Miller Alice Mills Alan Roy Minadeo Richard C. Molter Charles Zale Moore Matthew Morgan Phyllis Brown Mumma Geoffrey L. Muntz Paul H. Muntz Margaret Murray Thomas Murray Prof. Dennis Myers Philip C. Nash Lillian Nassar Nicholas Nassar Jr. James Neidhart Sylvia M. Neill Lisa L. Neiswander Marie Neufeld Ned Neuhausel Dr. Daniel Neusom Irene Newman James D. Nice Bernice Nichols G. William Nicholson Dr. Edward F. Ockuly Dr. Keytack H. Oh William C. Outland M. Jean Parke

Elaine Stein Patterson Margaret Patterson Charles W. Peckinpaugh Jr. Peter Peterson William Peterson Henry Phillips Anthony G. Pizza Frank T. Pizza Pearl Puszczewicz William L. Rabideau Dion Raftopoulos Dr. Donald M. Ragusa Dr. Fred J. Raniele William McKendrie Reed Jeanne Rex Janice H. Rhodes Jeffrey S. Rhodes James Rice Joyce K. Rice Dr. Stephen R. Ripps Arthur L. Roach William Rohr Marcella Roll Marvin H. Rorick, Jr. Al Rubbo Iva May Russ David H. Ryerson Martin N. Sager Peggy Samborn Dr. Herbert H. Sandberg C. Joseph Sass, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. G. Sastri Muriel S. Saxton Dr. Samuel Schaeffer William C. Schaub, Jr. Dr. B. V. Scheib Dr. Herbert Schering Charles Hyman Schifman Edward C. Schmakel Helen G. Schmakel Patrick J. Schneider Connie K. Schondel James A. Schroeder Richard Schuessler Lee Anna Searcy Sandra J. Selland Gerri Severn-Fink Dr. Edward Shapiro Helen B. Shawen Dr. Gerald P. Sherman Barbara A. Shirk Jay J. Shuer Gilbert Siegel Janiece Siegel Joe A. Simmons Clarence Simon, Jr.

Margarete Mann Simon Jung See Sing Michael Singh Rodger M. Skilliter Leonard S. Snavely Eleanor F. Sobel Dennis F. Stanfa Charles F. Stebbins Eileen L. Steusloff Dr. William J. Stewart John W. Stoepler George Stoyanovich Patricia Ann Sullivan Dr. Timothy J. Sullivan Dr. Richard M. Summers II William C. Susor Josephine M. Suszka Robert L. Sutter Elsie Swartz Mary Sturtz Sweet Harry Szymkowiak Dr. John H. Tallman Roger L. Tappan Art Tatum Eleni Theodosiou William N. Thomas, Sr. James R. Thornbury Dr. Robert T. Tidrick Frank T. Tolnai Evelyn A. Tomasi Joseph Tomasi Fred M. Tschanz Jr. Christian D. Tucker Clayton E. Umbles Ardith J. Valiton Frank J. Voss The Hon. Nicholas J. Walinski Thaddeus Walinski Prof. Janet L. Wallin G. Norbert Wambold Matthew S. Wargo Harlan Wegman The Hon. Roger R. Weiher Ronald R. Weiss Sr. Richard J. Wells The Hon. Frank W. Wiley Lawanda J. Williams Margaret J. Williams Robert C. Williamson Marjorie C. Neal Wilson William B. Winters Charles C. Winzeler Irene Wisniewski Ted Wisniewski Mel Woelfling Marla Wozniak

Robert J. Wozniak Tom Wright Frank Zatko Hedvika Zatko Todd D. Zielinski Jr. John Michael Zitzelberger A. Martin Zucker Ruth M. Zucker

In Honor

Gifts were made in honor of the following individuals: Dr. Mesbah U. Ahmed Noure Alo Clarence G. Alspaugh Dr. Ruth R. Alteneder Melvin F. Andrews Dr. Stephen J. Andrews Jose Aponte Maria Babula Dr. Donald A. Baker Dr. Stephen P. Bazeley Dr. Norman Billups The Hon. J. Ronald Bowman Elizabeth Brady Dr. Thomas E. Brady Dr. Stephen R. Branam Lynn A. Brand Dr. Carol M. Bresnahan Claudette A. Bretzloff Eleanor F. Brunner Daniel Burket Dr. Craig G. Burkhart Lawrence J. Burns Walter H. Carstensen, Jr. Susan E. Carter Peter R. Casey III Robert F. Cavalear Dong Kok Chou Michael R. Coffman Eddie M. Cole Dr. Gary Corrigan Beatrice Daniels Charlotte G. Davis Elizabeth A. Davis Roger S. Davis Miriam Diamond Harriett Dimick James M. Dimick David D. Dobrzykowski Dr. Jon R. Dvorak Charles R. Dyke Janet Eppard Howard Feldstein

James R. Findlay Dana S. Fitzsimmons Patrick J. Flynn Gina R. Foley Dr. Theodore D. Fraker Jr. Nicole E. Gabehart Ellen D. Gibney Dr. Thomas C. Gibney Mary L. Glen Mary Ann Gray Donald Grime Dr. Blair P. Grubb Dr. George P. Guthrie Prof. Jamie Hafner Dr. James A. Hampton Dr. Mary Ann Heinrichs John M. Henry, Jr. Jon A. Herb Judith Herb Lee H. Hoogenboom Terry Hoogenboom Dr. John M. Howard Bill Huepenbecker Martha L. Huepenbecker Dr. S. Amjad Hussain George Isaac Birdel F. Jackson Jamille G. Jamra Dr. Steven D. Kapetansky Dr. Sidney J. Kaplan Annora S. Karr Dr. Randall W. King Marilyn Olsen Kirby Dr. Daniel A. Koechel Dr. David M. Krol Dr. Mary T. Legenza Robert Livengood Kam Yee Lo Ann W. Locher Dr. Arthur Mancini Medical College of Ohio Dr. William P. Mies Dr. Lucien E. Morris Dr. Patricia A. Murphy Thelma Netry Bob Nichols Robin J. Oberle Renee A. Ott Marjorie A. Patterson Jay Pearson Barbara R. Perry Dr. Sonja S. Pinsky Dr. Stanley Theodore Pinsky James H. Price Cindy S. Puffer Ronald D. Raitt

Edith Rathbun Dr. Shirley M. Rayport The Hon. Francis C. Restivo Rose Marie Reuss-Thomson Dr. Barry L. Richardson George E. Robinson, II, M.B.A. Dr. Richard D. Ruppert Dr. Philip J. Rusche Helen Sager Adam K. Scharf James W. Scheib Sue Scheib Mary A. Schlembach Dr. Robert J. Schlembach Janet J. Schroeder Harry P. Schulman Daniel D. Silvers Dr. Frederick J. Simonelli A. Jackson Smith Michael S. Smith Sally Smith Dr. Alan M. Sokobin Elmer C. Spear Dr. John A. Spiess Della Spurlock-Redding Scott W. Steele Dr. Harold R. Stevens Dr. Thomas E. Sturdavant Diana H. Talmage Dr. Lance A. Talmage Michele E. Taylor Dr. Susan K. Telljohann Diane Thompson

Paul L. Toth, Jr. Roy Treuhaft Prof. David Turnbull Mark A. Urrutia Maria D. Vasquez Donald L. Warner Robert S. Weinman Vicky L. Wellman James W. White, Jr. Dr. Richard E. White Robin L. Whitney Dr. Ethel Wilcox Kelly A. Wingate Lo Kam Yee Constance D. Zouhary 2008 Annual Report

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Ways to Give

The University of Toledo Foundation

2007-2008 Board of Trustees Officers Michael Todak Chair

Attorney LaValley, LaValley, Todak & Schaefer Co., L.P.A.

Charles Sullivan Vice Chair

Retired Chairman and CEO Interstate Bakeries Corp.

Anne Marie Riley Secretary

Director of Pension Management Dana Corporation

Gregory Kopan Treasurer President BeaconFinancial LLC

Trustees Marianne Ballas President Ballas Buick GMC Vice President Plastic Technologies, Inc.

Howard Brown

Retired Libbey High School

Essie Calhoun

Chief Diversity Officer, Director of Community Affairs and Vice President Eastman Kodak Co.

Elaine Canning

Chief Financial Officer Pheonix Technologies International

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Retired Managing Director Salomon Brothers Asset Management and Travelers Asset Management International Co.

Nicholas Conrad

Assistant Treasurer The Andersons, Inc.

Wallen Crane

Senior Vice President and Branch Manager Smith Barney

Jeffrey Denker

Retired Vice-President and Treasurer Owens-Illinois, Inc.

Joel Epstein

Managing Director and Principal Waverly Partners, LLC

John Fedderke

Owner John Fedderke Company

Kathleen Franco-Bronson, M.D. Associate Dean of Admissions and Student Affairs Cleveland Clinic Foundation

Robert Hinkle

CEO Hinkle Manufacturing, Inc.

William Horst

President William Vaughan Company

Birdel Jackson

President B&E Jackson & Associates, Inc.

Thomas Killam

Chair, Business Department Marshall & Melhorn, LLC

Milton (Tony) Knight CEO New Waste Concepts

Robert LaClair

President and CEO Fifth Third Bank-Northwestern Ohio

Daniel LaValley

Attorney LaValley, LaValley,Todak & Schaefer Co., L.P.A.

Steve Lennex, CCIM President Lennex Realty Co.

Brian McMahon

Danberry National, LT.

Jeffrey Miller

Francis Rogalski, M.D. Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics Pediatricare Associates

Robert Savage

Chairman Emeritus Savage & Associates, Inc.

Debra Schaefer

Executive Vice President and Secretary Brooks Insurance Agency

Mark Schaffer

President Emch, Schaffer, Schaub, Porcello Co.

Hussien Shouser President Gem Industrial

Jeffery Smith

James Steves

Linda Molenda

Center for Health Services

Daniel Murtagh, M.D.

Genito-Urinary Surgeons, Inc.

Raymond Olczak Retired Partner Ernst & Young

Julia L. Orwig, APR

Principal Orwig Marketing Strategies

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Lance Talmage, M.D. Jeffrey Traudt

Agent/Owner Jeff Traudt State Farm Insurance

Joan Uhl Browne President Lott Industries

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Attorney Law Office of James W. White

Real Estate: Gifts of real estate include personal residence, farm and

commercial property. Such gifts will be counted at fair market value as determined by a qualified appraisal, subject to IRS rules and regulations, and you can avoid capital gains on the sale.

Matching Gifts: Corporate matches count toward a donor’s total giving and may significantly increase the gift’s value.

PLANNED GIFTS

Unrestricted gifts, given with no specified purpose, are especially encouraged. These allow the University flexibility to seize special opportunities and meet emergency needs. Income from unrestricted endowments is used for priority needs determined by the University.

Planned gifts allow donors to make a significant gift to benefit UT in the future, typically at the donor’s or beneficiary’s death. The Foundation welcomes the opportunity to work with donors and their legal and financial advisers to arrange planned gifts.

DESIGNATED GIFTS

Planned gifts may offer donors tax advantages and financial benefits, such as providing current income tax deductions, removing assets from your estate and producing income. Donors should consult with their own advisers as to specific tax consequences.

Donors may designate gifts for a particular academic division of the University. Gifts restricted for a specific use, such as scholarships, may also be designated for a particular college, department or program. We can work with you to meet your goals.

OUTRIGHT GIFTS AND PLEDGES

Gifts of Cash: Cash is the simplest, most direct and most popular type of charitable gift. Checks should be made payable to:

Attorney Bricker & Eckler, LLP

Executive Vice President and General Counsel Healthcare REIT, Inc. Senior Vice President of Investments Harbor Capital Advisors

Your support of The University of Toledo remains more important than ever as we work together to make UT a university of distinction.

The University of Toledo Foundation P. O. Box 586 Toledo, OH 43697-0586

Bequests: Bequest provisions in a donor’s will may provide for a specific amount, percentage or residue of the estate.

Charitable Remainder Trusts: This trust provides income to

the donor or other beneficiaries for life or a term of years, leaving the remainder to the UT Foundation.

Charitable Gift Annuities: A donor transfers a gift of cash or

Pledges: Donors may make pledge commitments payable over several years.

marketable securities to the Foundation. In exchange, the Foundation contractually guarantees to pay a fixed income to the donor and/or another beneficiary for life.

Securities: Gifts of stocks, mutual funds and bonds may be made to

Life Insurance Policies: Donor may either donate a paid-up

the UT Foundation. Call the Foundation at 410.530.7730 to learn how securities can be transferred. When gifting appreciated securities, you avoid capital gains tax on the appreciated portion.

policy or designate the UT Foundation as policy owner and beneficiary, while continuing to make an annual gift of the premium amount to the Foundation.

IRA Charitable Rollover: Individuals age 70 ½ and older may direct distributions from an IRA to the UT Foundation through 2009. The transfer counts toward your required minimum distribution and does not generate taxable income or a tax deduction. You can designate to fulfill a pledge or to a specific purpose.

IRA and Other Retirement Plans: By naming the Foundation

Closely Held Stock in Business or Partnership or LLC Interests: Gifting this appreciated property can reduce capital gains

taxes while generating charitable income tax deductions. Proceeds from the sale or redemption of stock can benefit a UT fund or program of your choice.

as the beneficiary, estate and income taxes are completely avoided on these assets. The donor can designate other, more tax-efficient, assets for children. We can help you connect your goals with effective giving options. For more information: – Call the UT Office of Institutional Advancement at 419.530.2603 or toll-free at 1.866.848.0002 – Visit the following Web sites: www.utfoundation.org www.utdevelopment.utoledo.edu/giving

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2008 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

Elizabeth Brady

Gene Collins


Ways to Give

The University of Toledo Foundation

2007-2008 Board of Trustees Officers Michael Todak Chair

Attorney LaValley, LaValley, Todak & Schaefer Co., L.P.A.

Charles Sullivan Vice Chair

Retired Chairman and CEO Interstate Bakeries Corp.

Anne Marie Riley Secretary

Director of Pension Management Dana Corporation

Gregory Kopan Treasurer President BeaconFinancial LLC

Trustees Marianne Ballas President Ballas Buick GMC Vice President Plastic Technologies, Inc.

Howard Brown

Retired Libbey High School

Essie Calhoun

Chief Diversity Officer, Director of Community Affairs and Vice President Eastman Kodak Co.

Elaine Canning

Chief Financial Officer Pheonix Technologies International

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Retired Managing Director Salomon Brothers Asset Management and Travelers Asset Management International Co.

Nicholas Conrad

Assistant Treasurer The Andersons, Inc.

Wallen Crane

Senior Vice President and Branch Manager Smith Barney

Jeffrey Denker

Retired Vice-President and Treasurer Owens-Illinois, Inc.

Joel Epstein

Managing Director and Principal Waverly Partners, LLC

John Fedderke

Owner John Fedderke Company

Kathleen Franco-Bronson, M.D. Associate Dean of Admissions and Student Affairs Cleveland Clinic Foundation

Robert Hinkle

CEO Hinkle Manufacturing, Inc.

William Horst

President William Vaughan Company

Birdel Jackson

President B&E Jackson & Associates, Inc.

Thomas Killam

Chair, Business Department Marshall & Melhorn, LLC

Milton (Tony) Knight CEO New Waste Concepts

Robert LaClair

President and CEO Fifth Third Bank-Northwestern Ohio

Daniel LaValley

Attorney LaValley, LaValley,Todak & Schaefer Co., L.P.A.

Steve Lennex, CCIM President Lennex Realty Co.

Brian McMahon

Danberry National, LT.

Jeffrey Miller

Francis Rogalski, M.D. Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics Pediatricare Associates

Robert Savage

Chairman Emeritus Savage & Associates, Inc.

Debra Schaefer

Executive Vice President and Secretary Brooks Insurance Agency

Mark Schaffer

President Emch, Schaffer, Schaub, Porcello Co.

Hussien Shouser President Gem Industrial

Jeffery Smith

James Steves

Linda Molenda

Center for Health Services

Daniel Murtagh, M.D.

Genito-Urinary Surgeons, Inc.

Raymond Olczak Retired Partner Ernst & Young

Julia L. Orwig, APR

Principal Orwig Marketing Strategies

UNRESTRICTED GIFTS

Lance Talmage, M.D. Jeffrey Traudt

Agent/Owner Jeff Traudt State Farm Insurance

Joan Uhl Browne President Lott Industries

James White, Jr.

Attorney Law Office of James W. White

Real Estate: Gifts of real estate include personal residence, farm and

commercial property. Such gifts will be counted at fair market value as determined by a qualified appraisal, subject to IRS rules and regulations, and you can avoid capital gains on the sale.

Matching Gifts: Corporate matches count toward a donor’s total giving and may significantly increase the gift’s value.

PLANNED GIFTS

Unrestricted gifts, given with no specified purpose, are especially encouraged. These allow the University flexibility to seize special opportunities and meet emergency needs. Income from unrestricted endowments is used for priority needs determined by the University.

Planned gifts allow donors to make a significant gift to benefit UT in the future, typically at the donor’s or beneficiary’s death. The Foundation welcomes the opportunity to work with donors and their legal and financial advisers to arrange planned gifts.

DESIGNATED GIFTS

Planned gifts may offer donors tax advantages and financial benefits, such as providing current income tax deductions, removing assets from your estate and producing income. Donors should consult with their own advisers as to specific tax consequences.

Donors may designate gifts for a particular academic division of the University. Gifts restricted for a specific use, such as scholarships, may also be designated for a particular college, department or program. We can work with you to meet your goals.

OUTRIGHT GIFTS AND PLEDGES

Gifts of Cash: Cash is the simplest, most direct and most popular type of charitable gift. Checks should be made payable to:

Attorney Bricker & Eckler, LLP

Executive Vice President and General Counsel Healthcare REIT, Inc. Senior Vice President of Investments Harbor Capital Advisors

Your support of The University of Toledo remains more important than ever as we work together to make UT a university of distinction.

The University of Toledo Foundation P. O. Box 586 Toledo, OH 43697-0586

Bequests: Bequest provisions in a donor’s will may provide for a specific amount, percentage or residue of the estate.

Charitable Remainder Trusts: This trust provides income to

the donor or other beneficiaries for life or a term of years, leaving the remainder to the UT Foundation.

Charitable Gift Annuities: A donor transfers a gift of cash or

Pledges: Donors may make pledge commitments payable over several years.

marketable securities to the Foundation. In exchange, the Foundation contractually guarantees to pay a fixed income to the donor and/or another beneficiary for life.

Securities: Gifts of stocks, mutual funds and bonds may be made to

Life Insurance Policies: Donor may either donate a paid-up

the UT Foundation. Call the Foundation at 410.530.7730 to learn how securities can be transferred. When gifting appreciated securities, you avoid capital gains tax on the appreciated portion.

policy or designate the UT Foundation as policy owner and beneficiary, while continuing to make an annual gift of the premium amount to the Foundation.

IRA Charitable Rollover: Individuals age 70 ½ and older may direct distributions from an IRA to the UT Foundation through 2009. The transfer counts toward your required minimum distribution and does not generate taxable income or a tax deduction. You can designate to fulfill a pledge or to a specific purpose.

IRA and Other Retirement Plans: By naming the Foundation

Closely Held Stock in Business or Partnership or LLC Interests: Gifting this appreciated property can reduce capital gains

taxes while generating charitable income tax deductions. Proceeds from the sale or redemption of stock can benefit a UT fund or program of your choice.

as the beneficiary, estate and income taxes are completely avoided on these assets. The donor can designate other, more tax-efficient, assets for children. We can help you connect your goals with effective giving options. For more information: – Call the UT Office of Institutional Advancement at 419.530.2603 or toll-free at 1.866.848.0002 – Visit the following Web sites: www.utfoundation.org www.utdevelopment.utoledo.edu/giving

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2008 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

Elizabeth Brady

Gene Collins


Lens, life, lyric

Poem for Sleen There — between snow angels & accounting firms lies my love flat on her back in new March drift. She waves arms into wings, her legs to bells face to face with ice dazed dawn her round lobed bum crunking snowpack wet into lawn (snowdrop crocus and garden soon). Now leopard dressed in downtown garb she scrapes early ice from her car while neighbors van their kids to school. At fifty my love lies in snow wiggling like a child the wild alive inside her so, when we wiretalk in pearly afternoon she tells me impossibly-named accounting firm on line 2 is aggrieving her office life. And then I imagine my wife in evening light as I hand her scotch neat feed her pie and kiss her feet I will wish for snow all through the night (and — miraculous — it powders down now as I write!) so she can stretch out warm and dream angels at first light.

— Nick Muska, whose latest book of poetry (All Cool: Selected Poems) was published in 2008 by the UT Urban Affairs Center Press

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Toledo Alumni Magazine | Winter 2009

www.toledoalumni.org


Lens, life, lyric

Poem for Sleen There — between snow angels & accounting firms lies my love flat on her back in new March drift. She waves arms into wings, her legs to bells face to face with ice dazed dawn her round lobed bum crunking snowpack wet into lawn (snowdrop crocus and garden soon). Now leopard dressed in downtown garb she scrapes early ice from her car while neighbors van their kids to school. At fifty my love lies in snow wiggling like a child the wild alive inside her so, when we wiretalk in pearly afternoon she tells me impossibly-named accounting firm on line 2 is aggrieving her office life. And then I imagine my wife in evening light as I hand her scotch neat feed her pie and kiss her feet I will wish for snow all through the night (and — miraculous — it powders down now as I write!) so she can stretch out warm and dream angels at first light.

— Nick Muska, whose latest book of poetry (All Cool: Selected Poems) was published in 2008 by the UT Urban Affairs Center Press

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Toledo Alumni Magazine | Winter 2009

www.toledoalumni.org


2008-09 toledo BASKETBALL schedule

Men’s DAY

DATE

OPPONENT

Fri. Jan. 2 DAYTON Tues. Jan. 6 RHODE ISLAND Sat. Jan. 10 at Northern Illinois* Wed. Jan. 14 at Western Michigan* Sat. Jan. 17 EASTERN MICHIGAN* Tues. Jan. 20 CENTRAL MICHIGAN* Sun. Jan. 25 at Ball State* Wed. Jan. 28 AKRON* Sat. Jan. 31 at Buffalo* Tues. Feb. 3 at Kent State* Sat. Feb. 7 MIAMI* Wed. Feb. 11 BOWLING GREEN* Sat. Feb. 14 at Ohio* Wed. Feb. 18 BALL STATE* Sat. Feb. 21 at BracketBuster Game Wed. Feb. 25 at Eastern Michigan* Sat. Feb. 28 WESTERN MICHIGAN* (DH) Wed. Mar. 4 at Central Michigan* Sun. Mar. 8 NORTHERN ILLINOIS* Tues.-Sat. Mar. 10-14 MAC Tournament

women’s

LOCATION

TIME

SAVAGE ARENA 7 p.m. SAVAGE ARENA 7 p.m. DeKalb, IL 2 p.m. CT Kalamazoo, MI 7 p.m. SAVAGE ARENA 7 p.m. SAVAGE ARENA 7 p.m. Muncie, IN 2 p.m. SAVAGE ARENA 7 p.m. Buffalo, NY 7 p.m. Kent, OH 7 p.m. SAVAGE ARENA 7 p.m. SAVAGE ARENA 7 p.m. Athens, OH 2 p.m. SAVAGE ARENA 7 p.m. TBA TBA Ypsilanti, MI 7 p.m. SAVAGE ARENA 7 p.m. Mt. Pleasant, MI 7 p.m. SAVAGE ARENA 2 p.m. Cleveland, OH (Quicken Loans Arena)

DAY

DATE

OPPONENT

Sun. Jan. 4 SIU EDWARDSVILLE Wed. Jan. 7 at Western Michigan* Sat. Jan. 10 NORTHERN ILLINOIS* Wed. Jan. 14 at Eastern Michigan* Sat. Jan. 17 at Ball State* Wed. Jan. 21 CENTRAL MICHIGAN* Sat. Jan. 24 at Miami* Sat. Jan. 31 at Akron* Wed. Feb. 4 BUFFALO* Sun. Feb. 8 OHIO* Thur. Feb. 12 at Bowling Green* Sun. Feb. 15 KENT STATE* Sat. Feb. 21 WESTERN MICHIGAN* Tues. Feb. 24 at Northern Illinois* Sat. Feb. 28 EASTERN MICHIGAN* (DH) Tues. Mar. 3 at Central Michigan* Sat. Mar. 7 BALL STATE* Mar. 11-15 at MAC Tournament

LOCATION

TIME

SAVAGE arena Kalamazoo, MI SAVAGE arena Ypsilanti, MI Muncie, IN SAVAGE arena Oxford, OH Akron, OH SAVAGE arena SAVAGE arena Bowling Green, OH SAVAGE arena SAVAGE arena DeKalb, IL SAVAGE arena Mount Pleasant, MI SAVAGE arena Cleveland, OH (Quicken Loans Arena)

2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. (CT) 4:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. TBA

Home games in gold ALL TIMES LISTED ARE SITE TIMES Schedule subject to change * Mid-American Conference Game Listen to the Rockets on WSPD 1370 AM (Men’s) and WCWA 1230 AM (Women’s) (DH) doubleheader - one ticket good for both the men’s & women’s games

Alumni Association - MS 301 The University of Toledo 2801 W. Bancroft St. Toledo, Ohio 43606-3390

www.toledoalumni.org

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