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2011–2012 A N N U A L R E P O RT

TURNING GENEROUS DONATIONS INTO EXTRAORDINARY EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES

ANNUAL REPORT

2011 2012 Message From The President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Board of Trustees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Faculty and Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Message From The Chairman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 2011-2012 Annual Giving William H. Webb Society . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8 Giving Back, Looking Forward at Reunion Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

OUR MISSION To prepare graduates for prominent careers by: • Providing a rigorous education in the principles of engineering and a broad-based knowledge of the fundamentals of naval architecture and marine engineering • Developing skills that will enable graduates to become leaders in and make significant contributions to their chosen profession, and to the social environment in which it functions

Alumni Association Executive Committee . . . 10

• Instilling in our graduates the highest ethical standards and sense of professionalism; cultivating curiosity in the arts, sciences, and humanities, and providing the background and encouragement necessary to support life-long learning

Alumni Regional Coordinators . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

• Perpetuating the legacy of William H. Webb

Class Agents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Message From The Alumni Association. . . . . . 11 2011-2012 Alumni Giving By Class Year . . . 12-18 2011-2012 Class Giving Summary . . . . . . . . . . .19 Why Webb?. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-22 Message From The Parents Association . . . . . . 23 2011-2012 Legacy Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Message From The Director of Development . . 25 2011-2012 Financial Overview . . . . . . . . . . 26-27 Scholarships and Endowments at Webb . . . . . 28 Spirit of Generosity, Zeien Expands Benefactor Role . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 2011-2012 Cumulative Giving . . . . . . . . . . 30-31 Sound Bites. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 2011-2012 WebbEY Members . . . . . . . . . . . 33-35 2011-2012 Corporations, Matching Gift Corporations, Foundations, Associations & Professional Organizations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 The Admiralty Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 2012 Winter Work Term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 2011-2012 Parents, Grandparents of Current Students And Alumni . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 2011-2012 Friends, Non-Alumni Trustees, Faculty, Students And Employees . . . . . . . . . . . 39 2011-2012 Gifts In Honor, Gifts In Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Cover image: Webb students aboard Patience during the 2011 Stamford Denmark Race

V I S I O N S TAT E M E N T To be internationally recognized as a leading undergraduate educational institution in naval architecture and marine engineering and an asset to the nation by: • Providing exceptional young men and women with a contemporary and comprehensive undergraduate education focused on naval architecture and marine engineering, thereby preparing them for prominent careers in the marine industry or other fields of endeavor • Providing valued technical expertise and educational opportunities to the marine industry

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A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

Robert C. Olsen, Jr. President

“There’s an excitement in the air...even the buzz at lunch—laughing, talking, kidding around—is loud and cheerful.”

s I start my eighth and last year as President of this great institution, I remain as excited, energetic, and determined as I was when I first arrived. It gives me great pleasure to report yet another successful year for Webb on many levels. Student quality remains high around here, as does student success. For the first time in my seven years at Webb, we had no failures from the spring semester and thus no associated remediation. Indeed, the students energize this place with their enthusiasm and dedication to their work and to student life: just pay a visit during the week and you can’t help but feel it. There’s an excitement in the air—and to attend senior thesis presentations or junior design presentations is to see firsthand the quality and creativity in the thinking and communication skills being developed here at Webb. Even the buzz at lunch—laughing, talking, kidding around—is loud and cheerful. A few things have changed. During the last fiscal year, and the first couple of months of this one, we have had to replace eight faculty and staff members, which is quite a large amount of turnover for Webb. We finalized a replacement for Andrew Berko on August 27th; all the new hires are excited about joining our team, and we’re confident that they are excellent additions to the team here at Webb. We experienced two sad losses as well: Bill Blanton ’71 and Keith Dixon P’11. Bill was a very active and productive trustee and a good friend; Keith was an involved and productive parent and friend who was very generous with his time, restarting the Parents Association which has added significant value to our program. Both men were generous contributors, as well, and we all miss them very much. Our Southampton exchange program continues with great success. We had four Southampton students on board last semester, and they were an excellent group, adding diversity of thought and inspiring a fuller understanding of the world around us. They also added four big smiles to the Alumni Association ranks. This year’s Student Organization Leadership promises to be an excellent group eager to learn, act, and make improvements. Rick Paradis, our still-new Director of Development, is moving along assertively and developing a foundation for a prolonged period of major gift activity. Rick Neilson is in his second year as Dean; he is enjoying himself in the classroom and is full of great ideas, energy, and a wonderful sense of humor. The Board is moving along as they develop plans to finish work on a new strategic plan, and its Search Committee is well along in finding a new President. It will be a good year. Thank you all again for your support of Webb and its students.

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B OA R D O F T R U S T E E S

FA C U LT Y & S TA F F

Greggory Mendenhall Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP Chairman Dr. Stephen M. Payne R. Keith Michel ’73 Vice President/ Chairman Chief Naval Architect (Ret.) Herbert Engineering Corp. Carnival Corporate Shipbuilding Southampton Vice Chairman Gregory M. Matzat ’89 Joseph H. Pyne Principal Chairman/CEO Matzat Design & Engineering Kirby Corporation Wombi Rose ’09 Vice Chairman McKinsey & Company Bruce S. Rosenblatt (Hon.) President Steven T. Scalzo Bruce S. Rosenblatt & Associates, LLC Chief Operating Officer Foss Marine Holdings President RADM Robert C. Olsen, Jr. USCG (Ret.) Michael W. Toner Executive Vice President, Webb Institute MarineSystems (Ret.) Secretary General Dynamics Corp. John N. Costello ’89 Christopher Wiernicki Assistant Divisional Counsel C.E.O. & President Laureate Education, Inc. American Bureau of Shipping

A D M I N I S T R AT I O N

F U L L - T I M E FA C U LT Y

Assistant to the Director of Financial Affairs Ms. Karen L. Albanese

Dean and Professor of Naval Architecture Richard P. Neilson, B.S., M.S.

Technical Services Librarian and Advanced Learning Center Coordinator Ms. Kerri Allegretta

Associate Professor of Naval Architecture Roger Basu, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

John W. Russell ’67 President Russell Development Co., Inc.

Electronics Lab Technician Mr. Patrick Doherty

OFFICERS

Treasurer

OTHER MEMBERS Donald T. “Boysie” Bollinger Chairman of the Board/CEO Bollinger Shipyards David M. Bovet ’70 Partner, Norbridge Inc. Dr. George Campbell, Jr., President Emeritus, Cooper Union Jay P. Carson ’73 Vice President Engineering (Ret.) General Dynamics NASSCO Dr. John C. Couch (Hon.) Vice Chairman C.M. Capital Corp. CDR Richard C. Celotto, USN (Ret.) ’73 Vice President, Ship Acquisition Management BMT Designers & Planners, Inc. Joseph J. Cuneo ’57 Chairman MARINEX International Howard Fireman (Navy Liaison) Department of the Navy Chief of Naval Operations Deputy Director, Programming Division Richard A. Gilmore ’77 Maran Gas Maritime Inc. William E. Jenkins President (Ret.) SeaRiver Maritime, Inc. Jennifer E. Kollmer ’91 Assistant Chief Naval Architect Rolls-Royce Seaworthy Systems, Inc. Jon J. LaBerge ’76 Axis Capital John A. Malone ’71 Malone Consulting Services Mark F. Martecchini ’78 Managing Director Stolt Tankers

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CHAIRMAN EMERITUS Charles G. Visconti ’55, D.C.S. (Hon.) Chairman and President Intl. Cargo Gear Bureau, Inc.

PRESIDENT EMERITUS Ronald K. Kiss ’63

TRUSTEE EMERITUS Patrick J. Gilmartin, Esq. (Hon.) Gilmartin, Poster & Shafto Robert D. Goldbach ’58 President MARINEX International, Inc. William O. Gray (Hon.) President Gray Maritime Company David H. Klinges (Hon.) President Marine Construction Division (Ret.) Bethlehem Steel Corp.

HONOR A RY T RU ST E E S Dr. Jerrier A. Haddad Sc.D. (Hon.) Vice President (Ret.) IBM Richard T. Soper Sc.D. (Hon.) President and Chairman (Ret.) American Bureau of Shipping

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Richard P. Neilson ’70 Dean Webb Institute Matthew R. Werner ’95, PG’97 The ABS Chair of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Kyle R. Manis ’12 Student, Webb Institute

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Director of Financial Affairs Mr. Andrew Berko Associate Director of Campus Computing, Web Technologies Ms. Keisha M. Brown Assistant Director Student Services and Admissions Mr. David Byrnes Assistant Director of Admissions and Financial Aid Ms. Lauri D’Ambra

Director of Facilities Mr. John Ferrante Director of Campus Computing Ms. Erica L. Hansen Laboratory Technician Emeritus Mr. Joseph Mazurek Assistant Director of Annual Giving, Stewardship and Research Ms. Carol McLaughlin Associate Director of Network Operations Mr. Peter P. Miller Food Service Director Mr. Peter Morris Director of Enrollment Management Mr. William G. Murray President RADM Robert C. Olsen, Jr., USCG (Ret.) Director of Development Mr. Rick P. Paradis Library Director Ms. Patricia Prescott Executive Assistant to the President and Director of Alumni Relations Ms. Gailmarie Sujecki

Shirley N. and Stephen R. Towne Professor of Ship Design Neil J. Gallagher, B.S., M.S., P.E. Associate Professor of Mathematics Elena V. Goloubeva, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Assistant Dean and John J. McMullen Professor of Humanities Richard C. Harris, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Electrical Engineering John F. Hennings, B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Naval Architecture Adrian S. Onas, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. James J. Henry Professor of Naval Architecture Richard A. Royce, BSIM, B.S.E., M.S., M.S.E., Ph.D., P.E. ABS Chair of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Matthew R. Werner, B.S., M.S., M.B.A. Mandell and Lester Rosenblatt Professor of Marine Engineering Edwin G. Wiggins, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Science George O. Williams, B.S., Ph.D.

FA C U LT Y E M E R I T U S Professor Emeritus of Engineering

Thomas H. Bond, B.S., B.E.E., M.E.E., P.E.

Dean Emeritus, Professor of Naval Architecture Dr. Roger H. Compton, B.S., M.S., D.Eng. Professor Emeritus of Naval Architecture Jacques B. Hadler, B.S., M.S., P.E. Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering John Hennings, B.S., M.S.

Engineering Laboratory Technician-Machinist (P/T) Mr. James Swan

Professor Emeritus of Marine Engineering Alan L. Rowen, B.E., M.S., P.E.

Assistant Director of Annual Fund, Stewardship and Research Ms. Kathleen Welsh

Professor Emeritus of Mathematics Bruce Stephan, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Registrar, Assistant to the Dean and Faculty Ms. Jocelyn Wilson

Professor Emeritus of Engineering Lawrence W. Ward, B.S., M.S., D.Sc.

A MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN

A DNA All Our Own…

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person can find a sense of the model for higher education in America by perusing the internet. One college offers hundreds of different majors. Another boasts twenty Nobel laureates on its faculty. Still another highlights the massive research dollars it gleans from government sources. Some colleges tout their nationally ranked football teams, while others their annual participation in March Madness. And Webb? Webb doesn’t meet any of these “standards” for higher education. At Webb we do things differently. We have always done things differently. No apologies here. What do we offer our students? • A highly capable faculty dedicated to the teaching of undergraduates and to spending extensive time outside of the classroom mentoring their students. • 100% full tuition scholarships—a legacy nearly 125 years strong, unmatched by any other college of engineering in America. • A top-rated engineering education focused on naval architecture and marine engineering. We have concentrated on what we know best and have done it well for almost 125 years. • A work program integrated into the academic program, introducing our students to the breadth of the marine industries while providing steadily increasing responsibilities over four years. • A degree for four years and a choice of jobs or graduate programs. • An undergraduate degree unencumbered by massive debt. They can take a great paying job in the petrochemical industry, or they can chase their dreams designing yachts or offshore wind farms. It’s up to them and they are not dictated by the need to pay back loans. • An atmosphere of mutual respect. A culture that cultivates a desire to give back, helping to insure that William Webb’s legacy will endure for future generations.

“At Webb we do things differently. We have always done things differently. No apologies here.” R. Keith Michel ’73 Chairman

At Webb, you will not find 200 students crammed into a single classroom, nor will you find a TA teaching classes. We have 11 full-time faculty and five adjunct professors, each one with a commitment to teaching. We have a different formula and it works for us. Can we be better? Sure. It’s no time for complacency. We remain committed to further reducing the endowment draw rate. We must keep pace with the changing technologies in the maritime and offshore industries. We can do more to foster creativity and curiosity and hone leadership skills in our students. New technologies such as online learning need to be applied where appropriate. These are our challenges. The board, faculty and administration are aware of the need to embrace change, as well as the importance of retaining focus on the core values that have made Webb so unique and special. I would like to conclude my remarks by thanking two constituencies that make Webb Institute possible. First, I would like to thank all of you—the alumni and friends of Webb that give so willingly and generously. We could not maintain our standards of excellence without your support. Secondly, I would like to extend a special thanks to the many non-alumni who serve on Webb’s Board of Trustees. For alumni, serving on the Board is a natural extension of our time at Webb. A chance to give a little something back. But I am in awe of the time and financial resources offered to Webb by those who did not directly benefit from a Webb education. The names of these folks are listed on the preceding page. Should you meet some of our non-alumni trustees, please take time to thank them for all they do for Webb. Doing so will be much appreciated.

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GUARDIAN $50,000 to $99,999 Richard Pomfret ’62 The G. Unger Vetlesen Foundation Homer N. Wallin, Jr. PG’62

PACESETTER $25,000 to $49,999 Arthur A. Burr ’54 Joseph J. Cuneo ’57 Edward F. Ganly ’36 BENEFACTOR $10,000 to $24,999

Annual Fund The 2011–2012 Annual Fund was an outstanding success, and we are very grateful to all of our loyal and generous donors. The Webb Institute tradition of giving can be traced back 124 years to when William H. Webb first founded the institution. Thank you for continuing this tradition of giving! Your donations are an invaluable investment in the future of Webb Institute, its students, faculty and staff—and your generosity allows us to provide a first-class education. The Annual Fund is the cornerstone of fundraising at Webb. Unrestricted gifts to the Annual Fund are a vital part of each year’s operating budget, and contributions of all sizes support Webb Institute. Thank you once again to all the alumni, trustees, friends, parents, family, faculty, staff, students and corporations and foundations listed on the following pages.

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Anonymous F. Roland Bjorklund ’66 Mr. Donald Bollinger Jay P. Carson ’73 Crowley Maritime Corporation GAMCO Asset Management Company Richard A. Goldbach ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Granger P’14 Kenneth L. Heitner ’64 Gregory M. Matzat ’89 McMullen Family Foundation R. Keith Michel ’73 Richard P. Neilson ’70 Scott Richards ’77 Rolls-Royce Naval Marine Inc. Bruce S. Rosenblatt (Hon.) Mr. Steven T. Scalzo SeaRiver Maritime, Inc. Peter A. Silvia ’62 Steve M. Stone ’06 Reuben W. Taylor, Jr. ’55 The Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers Richard W. Thorpe ’55 Anthony A. Urbanelli ’75 Peter F. Weber ’74 Thomas A. Wheaton ’77

PATRON $5,000 to $9,999 Catherine M. Anderson ’93 Ms. Barbara L. Aster David M. Bovet ’70 Joseph L. Brennan ’79 Judson B. Broome ’91 Peter C. Bryn ’06 Joseph A. Burns ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Burns P’08 Richard C. Celotto ’73 Louis T. Codega ’78 R. Perry Connell ’97 Michael Costagliola ’42 Alexander Delli Paoli ’50 Mr. S. Keith Dixon P’11 Mrs. S. Keith Dixon P’11 Mr. Kenneth Donnelly P’15 Mr. Edward C. DuMont S. Allen Face III ’70 James N. Greenlees ’72

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Harlan P’12 Paul W. Hayes ’54 William C. Hurt III ’59 Jennifer E. Kollmer ’91 Jon J. LaBerge ’76 John A. Malone ’71 Thomas N. Manuel ’54 Mark F. Martecchini ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Greggory B. Mendenhall Jason M. Neuman ’93 John W. Newcomb ’66 Steven Pagan ’88 John R. Paul ’69 Robin S. Rose ’09 Mrs. Nancy Schultz P’02 Philip J. Sims ’71 Richard A. Smith ’03 John A. Springer III ’82 The James J. Henry Charitable Trust Mr. Michael W. Toner Mr. Robert Turoff P’15 John D. Van Buskirk ’76 Peter Van Dyke ’60 Charles G. Visconti ’55 Webb Alumni Association Geoffrey D. M. Wilkie ’82

SPONSOR $2,500 to $4,999 Anonymous Benjamin B. Ackers ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Allen Jonathan R. Amy ’70 Applied Physical Sciences Corp. George W. Birkhead ’63 Robert H. Bolling ’97 Thomas H. Bond ’45 Charles N. Corrado ’83 Jerry W. Cuthbert ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent DelGatto P’12 Drs. Theresa and Roland DeMarco P ’13 Lowell A. Dickerson ’10 Hampton K. Dixon ’11 John L.R. Edgar III ’87 Brian P. R. Eisenhower ’06 Kenneth W. Fisher ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fleming P’12 Anne M. Fullerton ’99 Peter A. Gale ’59 Thomas W. Gillette ’52 George A. Gilmore ’57 Richard A. Gilmore ’77 Richard S. Graham ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Guglielmoni P’12 Jerrier A. Haddad (Hon.) Jacques B. Hadler (Hon.) Mark R. Henry ’62 Manuel G. Hontoria ’88 Caitlin E. Jarecki ’05 Vincent J. Jarecki III, ’05 Peter A. Johnson ’56 Roy E. Johnson ’62 Mr. Steve Kim and Ms. Rodae Bang P’15

(Hon.) Indicates Honorary alumnus/a.

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Ronald K. Kiss ’63 Charles Kurz II (Hon.) Horton W. Lain ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Licato P’15 Endel Mann ’60 Wayne D. Martin ’67 Robert G. Mende ’51 John A. Mercier ’60 Brent J. Morrison ’11 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murphy P’13 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Needham P’12 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Neureuter P’14 RADM Robert C. Olsen, Jr. Jennifer B. Panosky ’85 David R. Rodger ’63 John W. Russell ’67 Joseph A. Schetz ’58 Alfred H. Schwendtner ’54 Steven C. Shepstone ’77 Joseph A. Signorelli ’54 Michael L. Silber ’63 John E. Sirutis ’67 Ted A. Slotwinski ’73 Kelly T. Sonerholm ’06 Leah R. Sosa ’08 David G. St. Amand ’77 Winston B. Sutter ’53 Daniel P. Thrush ’96 Totem Ocean Trailer Express, Inc. Christopher N. Tupper ’75 Paul G. Vibrans ’71 J. Michael Wallace ’62 Robert L. Williams ’54 John P. Wise ’09 Douglas M. Wolff ’77 Meldon J. Wolfgang IV ’93 Steven F. Wolgamot ’69

MEMBER $1,000 to $2,499 Anonymous (7) Paulo A. Almeida ’95 A. Todd Andre-Colton ’74 Cameron M. Baker ’07 Lauren Balza ’05 Mr. and Mrs. William Bartling P’13 Christopher J. Becker ’08 David B. Benson ’56 George J. Berger ’66 Scott D. Black ’90 Matthew D. Blake ’78 Jeffrey B. Bowles ’00 Alfred A. Bozzuffi ’78 Stephen R. Breit ’79 Candace Brown ’04 Neal A. Brown ’57 Corey L. Bruno ’02 Ian R. Busch ’88 Steven G. Buttner ’70 Kathleen M. Cain ’07 Donald L. Caldera ’57 Drs. George and Mary Campbell Mark D. Caplan ’85 Robert B. Carelli ’09

The names of DECEASED donors are italicized.

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Gregory E. Castleman ’76 Lincoln D. Cathers ’56 David S. Chapman ’72 Mrs. Lih-Guey L. Chen P’15 Yongjun Chen PG’99 Fred B. Chester ’66 Albert R. Chovit ’51 Matt Collette ’99 Roger H. Compton ’61, PG’64 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Conway P’15 John N. Costello, Jr. ’89 Warren E. Culbertson ’47 Culinary Management Corporation Mr. and Mrs. John Denaro P’14 Andrew J. DeSpirito ’03 Jacqueline A. DeSpirito ’02 Walter F. Devine ’79 Paul H. Diehl ’56 Douglas H. Dirks ’66 Victoria Dlugokecki ’88 Matthew A. Donatelli ’08 Philip S. Douthit ’72 James R. Dwyer ’72 Fred P. Endrizzi ’62 Courtney C. Ewing ’05 Patrick D. Faas ’07 Carl D. Fast ’77 Philip R. Faurot ’51 James A. Fay ’44B Dr. and Mrs. Richard Ferrieri P’11 Peter B. Fontneau ’68 R. Mark Forssell ’55 Matthew R. Fox ’04 Douglas H. Frauenberger ’02 Mr. Howard Frauenberger P’02 Mrs. Elinor R. Freinberg Austin J. French ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Trevor French P’09 Geoffrey D. Fuller ’72 John P. Gallagher ’74 Charles Garland ’58 Jacob M. Genauer ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Gianforcaro P’15 John L. Glaeser ’68 Douglas M. Gluntz ’57 Robert D. Goldbach ’58 Fred Gordon ’78 William T. Gotta ’07 Stuart R. Greene ’95 Gregory M. Griffin ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Griswold P’14 Ms. Sandra Groff P’12 Mr. George Gross P’10 Christoph A. Grueneis ’92 William B. Hale ’78 Raymond S. Hall, Jr. ’58 James R. Hancock ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hanford P’15 William E. Hanks ’44B Arthur L. Harrison ’59 James Harvie ’55 Christine L. Heberley ’02 Todd R. Heidenreich ’89 David A. Helgerson ’77

Taylor M. Herinckx ’06 Christopher A. Hicks ’99 Russell H. Hoffman ’74 Mrs. Jane Holman Albert S. Hove ’55 Jay S. Howell, Jr. ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Hughes D. Michael Hutchings ’95 Spencer Johnson ’93 Stephen R. Judson ’74 Sang Ouk Kim ’11 Edmund T. Klemmer ’44B David H. Klinges (Hon.) John R. Knobel ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Yung Hoe Ko Mr. and Mrs. L. Randall Koenig P’80 Stephen D. Koopman ’91 Thomas E. Koster ’67 Robert A. Kowalyshyn ’78 Laurence G. Krantz ’65 Cody C. Kurtz ’08 Heidi C. Landen-Greene ’96 Maurice J. Laurier ’50 David S. Lawson, Jr. ’55 Cyrus J. Lawyer IV ’06 Gary M. Lee ’89 Marc T. Limeri ’77 Eric W. Linsner ’70 Bridget F. Lisnyk-Washlack (Hon.) Christopher T. Loeser ’70 Douglas J. Loeser ’73 Anthony Loreto ’08 Christopher H. Lyons ’10 Dr. and Mrs. Walter M. Maclean Daniel A. Malarkey ’06 Mr. and Mrs. James Manis P’12 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Marburger P’07 Bernard C. Mayer ’57 Justin H. McCarthy ’55 Ian W. McCauley ’10 Nathan J. McKenzie ’98 Joel S. McMinn ’75 Joshua S. McMinn ’09 Merrill Lynch Thad J. Michael ’97 Eugene R. Miller, Jr. ’64 Eugene R. Miller III ’96 Richards T. Miller ’40 Stephen T. Minnich ’08 Edmund C. Mortimer PG’63 Andrei Mouravieff ’09 Mr. and Mrs. George Mouravieff P’09, P’11, P’16 Richard A. Mulford ’61 Brian M. Mulligan ’94 Ian Mutnick ’96 Francis X. Nicastro ’56 Erik Nilsson ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Nowakowski P’10 William F. Nugent ’90 Liam C. O’Connell ’98 Ronald C. Olander ’55 Matthew H. O’Leary ’07 Jay E. Paris ’64

(Hon.) Indicates Honorary alumnus/a.

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Dr. and Mrs. Carl R. Partanen P’87 Sunshine S. Payne (Hon.) George L. Phillips ’51 Robert V. Pierce ’50 Charles G. Pieroth ’61, PG’64 Mr. and Mrs. Nat Pitti P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Alan Poritz GP’15 Philip M. Poullada ’78 Herman S. Preiser ’49 David C. Purdy ’50 Mr. Joseph H. Pyne Irving G. Raphael ’67 Lisa M. Read ’97 Edward A. Rerisi ’96 Gabrielle Rini ’87 Benjamin E. Rising ’93 Paul W. Risseeuw ’65 Edward W. Ross ’45 Karen G. Rossbach ’91 James W. Royle, Jr. ’66 Eric Runnerstrom ’69 Kit Ryan ’67 Dustin R. Rybovich ’10 Christian Saether ’75 Arthur C. Sargent ’53 Christine Schleicher ’89 Dean M. Schleicher ’88 Richard Schmitt ’62 Daniel Schorsch ’58 Eugene Schorsch ’52 Alexander L. Scott ’10 Mr. Benjamin Scott and Dr. Patricia Shustock P’10 Lewis R. Sheldon III ’73 David M. Shepard ’85 Edward Shope ’59 Richard B. Siek ’74 Reed D. Sigfridson ’73 Elizabeth M. Singleton ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Slocum P’10 Bret S. Smart Jr. ’09 Richard A. Smith ’76 Douglas L. Snediker ’98, PG’99 Paul G. Snyder ’69 Joel P. Sodowsky ’96, PG’97 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Soja P’13 Richard T. Soper (Hon.) Jeremy A. Stahlin ’66 John R. Stebe ’08 Joseph F. Stroschein ’56 Gailmarie Sujecki (Hon.) VADM Paul E. Sullivan, USN (Ret.) Sean M. Sundey ’03 Henry B. Suydam ’43 Thomas S. Taylor ’53 Catherine A. Tedesco ’94 Matthew P. Tedesco ’91 The Gerda and Ole Skaarup Foundation William duBarry Thomas ’51 Mr. Bruce Thompson and Ms. Laurie Geisel P’15 Thomas P. Tindale ’10 Edmund G. Tornay ’56 Owen W. Tredennick ’97 Elizabeth A. Tuckel ’01 Matthew D. Turns ’00

The names of DECEASED donors are italicized.

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Turns P’00 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Van Emmerik P’13 John Vasilakos ’77 Edward V. Vienckowski ’78 Robert J. vom Saal ’67 Charles B. Walburn ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walker P’12, P’14, P’16 Jonathan D. Ward ’09 Abbott D. Weiss ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weklar P’15 Matthew R. Werner ’95 Michael J. Whalen ’79 Sarah E. Wickenheiser ’08 Vincent S. Wickenheiser ’08 Dr. George O. Williams W. Brett Wilson ’75 Stefan T. Wolczko ’09 Timothy Yen ’04 Peter B. Zahn ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zahray P’14 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zangle P’13 Robert B. Zubaly ’55

PRESIDENT’S CLUB $500 to $999 Anonymous (7) Michelle L. Adam ’97 Edgar D. Alderson ’49 James K. Antrim ’72 Roderick A. Barr ’60 Mark R. Bebar ’70 Gwendalyn D. Benoit ’01 James B. Benoit ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Benoit P’01 Victor W. Bethge ’53 Michael R. Birmann ’86 Andrew S. Bond ’98 W. Porter Bratten III ’08 Thomas P. Brewton ’74 Stuart C. Bunnell ’70 David L. Butts ’44B Mr. and Mrs. David Cain P’07 Thomas W. Campbell ’69 William M. Cannon ’65 Paul D. Chapman ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cheng P’12 Richard A. Claytor PG’56 Thomas B. Cole ’60 Robert M. Conachey ’80 Anthony T. Constable ’02 Mr. Clayton Cooley P’10 Joseph N. Corvelli ’93 Jason M. Dahl ’02 Mrs. Elaine Dalzell Dudley A. Dawson ’71 Donald C. Deckebach II ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Del Valle P ’13 Tedi R. Derrickson ’10 Thomas E. Dickenson ’92 Jonathan H. Dowsett ’09 Alana Duerr ’08 Phillip S. Duerr ’09 Robert E. Dvorak ’07

Michael S. Eaton ’06 David D. Eberhardt ’07 Robert L. Ediin ’54 Frank P. Falci, Jr. ’54 Jaye Falls ’95 Kenneth W. Faulter ’81 Kimberly A. Fisher ’86 Alan G. Forssell ’53 Nathan B. Frederickson ’96 Mr. Dale Froriep P’15 Neil J. Gallagher ’78 Adam E. Geary ’07 Patrick J. Gilmartin (Hon.) Michael J. Goodwin ’69 John A. Graap, Jr. ’61 David J. Grant ’98 C. Kent Greenwald ’80 Charles L. Grover III ’58 David W. Gustavson ’78 Evelyn R. Hackel ’05 Ryan E. Hackel ’04 Thomas R. Hagner ’66 John W. Hall ’63 Andrew D. Harville ’09 Brian D. Heberley ’01 Bill Helming ’73 T. Mark Herder ’78 Halsey C. Herreshoff ’55 Patrick T. Hester ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hoffman P’15 Ernest L. Holmboe ’61 Kenneth C. Holmboe ’55 John C. Hootman ’01 Mr. Glenn Howard, Jr. Joseph A. Hubbard ’95 Michael J. Hughes ’88 John F. Ince ’66 Alma C. M. Jacobson ’01 Donald R. Jacobson ’01 Orris B. James, Jr. ’51X Mr. William E. Jenkins Ralph E. Johnson ’68 Albert N. Kamahi ’93 Joseph J. Kelleher ’84 Robert J. Kleinschmit ’06 John B. Kopp ’41 Clinton W. Kreitner PG’65 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kupferer P’99 Andrew J. Lachtman ’11 Geoffrey G. Landon ’79 Peter J. Lapp ’77 John W. Larson ’53 Evan J. Lee ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Simon Lee P’05 Jonathan D. Leivo ’07 Lindsey K. Lindgren ’08 Diana M. Look ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Louie GP’13 Mrs. Roger M. Luke Duncan T. MacLane ’78 Jeffrey S. Magrane ’89 Daniel S. Mannheim ’08 Matthew G. Marburger ’07 Henry S. Marcus ’65 Mariano’s Cleaning Service, Inc. continued on following page

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Robert J. Marinelli ’73 Nikolas P. Martecchini ’09 Albert M. Martinson, Jr. ’53 Joseph Mazurek (Hon.) William R. McCreight ’67 Robert McGowan ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McKenzie P’98 Mr. and Mrs. William R. Miner P’91 Jason W. Minett ’06 Joseph D. Mott, Jr. ’75 Lidia Mouravieff ’11 Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mutnick P’96 Raymond P. Nancoz ’88 North Shore LIJ Hospital at Glen Cove–Auxiliary Henry A. Olson ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Keith O’Sullivan P’14 Jonathan G. Parrott ’79 Joel R. Parry ’79 David R. Pedrick ’70 Craig A. Pomeroy ’83 Mark D. Pudlo ’87 Walter D. Rabe ’70 Robert C. Ranzenbach ’82 Douglas A. Read ’97 Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Reifsnyder P’08 Thomas C. Rider ’82 Richard C. Rodi ’64X John K. Roper ’53 Kenneth Rusinek ’72 David L. Rusnak ’88 Thomas A. Ryan ’88 Cullen D. Sarles ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sarles P’10 David J. Sawyer ’08 Rachel A. Sawyer ’09 Spencer A. Schilling, Jr. ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Christian Schweizer P’08 Robert C. Seiwell, Jr. ’69 James J. Shaughnessy ’89

Justin P. Shell ’08 Luke A. Shingledecker ’00 Monique Sinmao ’93 Drs. Craig and Sima Smentek P’08 J. William Smith ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Smith P’13 Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Soletic P’08 John S. Spencer ’69 J. Niel Spillane ’50 Mr. and Mrs. James Spillane P’13 Mr. and Mrs. George Stebe P’08 Mr. and Mrs. Philip Stenger Stanley C. Stockdale ’73 Michael H. Stodick ’00 Stolt-Nielsen Inc. Luke L. Suda ’80 Michael J. Telfer ’98 Mrs. Andrew Tindale P’10 Jessica K. Tomczak ’08 Joseph M. Verdon ’63 Brett A. Vitols ’89 Peter K. Wallace ’93 Britton R. Ward ’95 Mr. Robert Waterhouse and Mrs. Linda Ziedrich P’13 Jennifer K. Waters ’91 Thomas J. Waters ’89 Paul T. Weber ’92 William C. Webster ’59 Elizabeth E. White ’99 Stephen D. White ’99 Emily E. Whitman ’05 Simmy D. Willemann ’10 Daniel Wilson ’09X Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wingfield P’15 Ethan T. Wiseman ’11 Karl R. Witmer ’75 Mark K. Wolf ’95 Daniel W. Yannitell ’62 David M. Yannitell ’67

Schuyler J. Needham ‘12.

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Dr. Kathrynne Yland P’15 Matthew B. Zahn ’05 Gary R. Zane ’77 Dr. Richard T. Zuerner

YOUNG AMERICA $250 to $499 Anonymous (2) Robyn J. Anders ’64 Kenneth C. Anderson ’82 Anthony F. Attanasio ’82 Ms. Susan C. Barra P’07 Kyle C. Beattie ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory D. Bergquist P’99 Nathaniel S. Bossett ’96 Michael R. Brooks ’75 Mr. James Brown Kyle S. Brunelle ’82 Michael Bushnell ’69 Mrs. Phyllis Canter Brendan M. Carr ’07 Dr. and Mrs. Esteban Castro P’11 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Childers P’12 Mrs. Jennifer Hamlin Church Michael D. Comens ’72 Mr.and Mrs. David S. Comiske P’15 Stephane J. Cordier ’82 Corn Island Shipyard Bruce D. Cox ’66 Steven M. Cullity, Jr. ’07 William C. Danilczyk ’07 C. Mitch Dmohowski ’88 Nicholas M. Dombrowski ’02 Dr. and Mrs. John Donatelli P’08, P’11 Grant B. Dugan ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eaton P’06 Allen D. Evans ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Faas P’07 Jenna M. Ferrieri ’11 J. Carey Filling, Jr. ’93 FMPA Mark W. Gagnon ’82 Michael L. Gerardi ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gilfus P’15 Bradley D. Golden ’99 Patrick J. Goss ’90 William O. Gray (Hon.) Todd S. Gregory ’99 Mr. and Mrs. George P. Gross GP’10 Peter C. Gross ’82 Dr. Linda Gross-Cheliotes P’10 Mr. Austin P. Guenther Robert W. Hall ’67 Barbara Hamlin (Hon.) Daniel H. Harris ’85 Nancy A. Harris ’88 Dr. Richard C. Harris Charles E. Hawkins IV ’91 Robert B. Hedges ’53 David S. Homiak ’75 Christopher G. Hooper ’11 Mrs. Jessica Hurt P’01 Lucas A. Hurt ’01 Daniel P. Jacques ’87 Peter E. Jaquith ’65 Alan J. Johnson PG’68 Eric Jordan ’05 David G. Kalb PG’67 Paul Kamen ’73 (Hon.) Indicates Honorary alumnus/a.

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Donald E. Kane, Jr. ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Kehl P’91 Karl H. Keiger ’87 Ivan N. Kirschner ’81X Mr. & Mrs. David Kleiman P’87 Philip C. Koenig ’80 Andrew R. Kondracki ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Krzysztof Kuczera P’15 Russell E. Kupferer ’99 Michael G. LaGrassa ’07 Andrew R. Lange ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Lee P’89 William T. Lindenmuth ’63 Mr. Jesan Liu Donald M. MacPherson ’80 Thomas W. Mattson ’67 James W. McCoy ’57 Gary W. McCue ’75 Ms. Barbara J. McMahon P’11 Jim McMahon ’85 David H. Milligan ’77 Lauren N. Moeller ’09 James R. Moody ’82 Michael G. Morabito ’05 Katharine A. C. Munkenbeck ’04 Roy A. Neyman ’77 Andrew J. Nowakowski ’10 Dr. Nadine Oakley Simms Scott D. Orlosky ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Owen P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Rick P. Paradis Stephen M. Payne (Hon.) Thomas J. Perrotti, Jr. ’85 George A. Petersen ’51 George L. Petrie ’70 Daniel J. Platt ’87 Jeffrey D. Reifsnyder ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Brandt A. Rising P’93 James B. Risser PG’54 Jennifer R. Ryan ’99 Ryan W. Sadlo ’07 Mr. Thomas D. Sartor Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schacht P’13 Arthur W. Schmidt ’48 Gram E. Schweikert ’02 Frederick Seibold, Jr. ’61 Carl R. Setterstrom ’73 Lori R. Sharpe ’82 Lorne B. Sheren ’73 Mr. Salvatore Spataro GP’12 Jerry L. Steiner ’70 Robert J. Stortstrom ’77 John J. Sullivan IV ’01 Christopher Swanton ’98 Wayne S. Thayer ’80 Daniel H. Thompson ’57 Bernard M. Thomson III ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Philip L. Vittetoe P’94 Phillip J. Wagner ’78 Lawrence W. Ward PG’51 William A. Watts ’76 Gabriel D. Weymouth ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wickenheiser P’08 Scott G. Withee ’72 Kent D. Woodward ’68 Jerod L. Wyman ’98 Mr. and Mrs. David Ziedrich GP’13

The names of DECEASED donors are italicized.

Giving Back, Looking Forward at Reunion Time

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eunion is a time to reflect on your Webb experience and reminisce about the special memories you created during your time here.

REUNION GIVING

It is a time to reconnect with former classmates, renew old friendships and discover the many changes that have taken place on campus since your graduation. Reunion time also reminds alumni how valuable their Webb degrees were in launching and establishing their careers. Giving back is an important part of Reunion. There are many reasons to want to participate in Reunion giving: You want to give back to Webb because Webb has given so much to you. A contribution can help change the life of a student or many students and that is truly a priceless investment. A Reunion donation can help improve and enhance existing facilities, therefore providing a greater educational experience. Webb Alumni come together at Reunion time to celebrate their past, stay connected to the Institute and help shape its future. This Reunion year is a time to feel proud about being part of an institution that has always provided an outstanding education to the leaders of tomorrow. An unrestricted gift, or one earmarked for a class project, utilizing the combined resources of your classmates, creates opportunities for students and faculty by ensuring a legacy of educational excellence. We hope this Reunion year will be the time you make a special gift—a gift that honors your class, your alma mater, and future generations at Webb Institute who will continue your legacy. Remember every gift counts! If your Reunion year is coming up soon, please consider making a special gift in honor of the occasion. 

The Class of 1962 with their spouses.

W E B B I E S C E L E B R AT E REUNION WITH GENEROSITY This past June, the Class of 1962 celebrated their 50th anniversary, and they have designated a portion of their gift to make a restroom wheechair accessible in Stevenson Taylor Hall. The 35th Reunion Class of 1977 designated their class gift to purchase new bleachers for the athletic field; and in honor of their 30th anniversary, the Class of 1982 has designated their gift to waterfront improvements. One very special Reunion gift was made by Norm Wallin PG’62 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of his graduation from the Graduate School at Webb Institute. Norm and his wife Kitty have provided funds to establish The Webb Cultural Enrichment Endowment Fund, which will enable Webb students to avail themselves of the culture that New York City has to offer. Norm Wallin PG’62 and his wife Kitty.

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CL ASS AGENT S

2011–2012 1939 1940 1943 1944B 1945 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962

Mario I. Andrea Richards T. Miller Henry B. Suydam Edmund T. Klemmer Thomas H. Bond Arthur W. Schmidt John J. Slager Maurice J. “Whitey” Laurier William duBarry Thomas Gabriel F. Lefebvre Albert M. “Marty” Martinson Paul W. Hayes Horton W. Lain Peter A. Johnson George A. Gilmore Raymond S. “Pete” Hall Edward Shope Roderick A. Barr Roger H. Compton Richard Schmitt

2011–2012

1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

George W. Birkhead Eugene R. Miller, Jr. Paul W. Risseeuw John W. Newcomb John W. Russell John F. O’Dea Steven F. Wolgamot Eric W. Linsner David M. Bovet Paul G. Vibrans David S. Chapman Richard C. Celotto Peter F. Weber Anthony A. Urbanelli John D. Van Buskirk Richard A. Gilmore Neil J. Gallagher Mark F. Martecchini C. Kent Greenwald Erica L. Hansen

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

Mark W. Gagnon Robert J. Healy Bill R. McEachen Jennifer B. Panosky William M. Milewski John L. R. Edgar Victoria Dlugokecki Gregory M. Matzat Patrick J. Goss Matthew P. Tedesco Theresa Haven Jason M. Neuman Brian M. Mulligan D. Michael Hutchings Eugene R. Miller, III Owen W. Tredennick Christopher Swanton Bradley D. Golden Andrew W. Polay Jason P. Updegraph

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 PG’61PG’68 PG’99

Douglas H. Frauenberger Andrew J. DeSpirito Matthew L. Unger Matthew B. Zahn Steve M. Stone Kathleen M. Cain Leah R. Sosa Jonathan H. Dowsett Jacob M. Genauer Lidia Mouravieff Steven Guglielmoni Edmund C. Mortimer William C. Stafford

The Webb Alumni Association and the entire Webb family wish to acknowledge Willard V. Markey '35, who passed away on February 12, 2012, for his many years of dedicated service as Class Agent.

A L U M N I A S S O C I AT I O N EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

PRESIDENT Richard C. Celotto ’73 VICE PRESIDENT Matthew P. Tedesco ’91 S E C R E TA R Y Jennifer E. Kollmer ’91 TREASURER Victoria Dlugokecki ’88 FIFTH MEMBER Simmy D. Willemann ’10

ALUMNI FUND C HA I R M A N John A. Malone ’71 H I STOR IA N Matthew R. Werner ’95, PG’97 PA S T P R E S I D E N T Jennifer B. Panosky ’85 M E M B E R S AT L A R G E Thomas N. Manuel ’54 Anthony A. Urbanelli ’75

SIXTH MEMBER Ian Mutnick ’96 Alumni Association Athletic Award recipients at Homecoming 2012: Ben Rockwell ’15, Rachel Walker ’14, Kierstin Del Valle ’13, Sean Doran ’12.

2011–2012

A LU M N I R E G I O NA L C O O R D I N AT O R S

Northern New England . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Southern New England . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New York Area. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Washington D.C. Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Southern Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Southern California . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Northern California . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seattle/Pacific Northwest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Webbstock 2012.

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Russ Hoffman ’74 Doug Slocum ’10 Michael Klein-Urena ’11 Kathleen Cain ’07 Jennifer Ryan ’99 Jamie Benoit ’01 Tom Koster ’67 Michelle Adam ’97 Cameron Baker ’07 Stefan Wolczko ’09

M E S S AG E F R OM T H E A LUM N I A S S O C IAT IO N

A Year For The Record Books

T Matt P. Tedesco ’91 WAA President 2012-2014

John A. Malone ’71 Webb Alumni Fund Chairman

“Providing the bright, eager, and deserving students of today and future generations the extraordinary educational opportunity that we all enjoyed is what this hard work is all about.”

he Webb Alumni Fund (WAF) posted another record year in 2011–12, with annual fund contributions totaling $1,177,555—a 4% increase over the previous year. The average personal gift increased to $1,337 (up 3%), the average total gift (including matching) increased to $1,578 (up 7.6%), and the median gift increased to $550 (up 10%). This year 311 alumni (42% of alumni donors) were members of the William H. Webb (WHW) Society, having contributed at least $1,000. Leading the way to the record level of WAF contributions in 2011–12 were Norm Wallin PG’62 and his wife Kitty, with a $50,000 endowment to provide student access to the arts in Manhattan, and the Class of ’62 with an unrestricted gift of $72,000 over-and-above their regular annual contribution to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their graduation from Webb. Now that’s a 50th anniversary gift! Not included in the “annual fund” numbers above are a special gift of $1 million from Al Zeien ’52 and his wife Joyce to endow a full-tuition scholarship for a Webb student in perpetuity, and the proceeds of “planned gifts” made by three Webb alums now deceased. Webb realized $630,000 in “planned gifts” from the estates of Allen Hoyt ’36, Michael Costagliola ’42, and Edward Ganly ’36. As members of the Webb Heritage Society, they had the foresight to provide for Webb in their estate planning. Total gifts from alumni, living and deceased, in 2011–12 were $2,809,238. Although overall participation slipped to 70%, there were 16 classes that achieved 100% participation: ’40, ’44B, ’45, ’49, ’54, ’61, ’67, ’69, ’70, ’72, ’06, ’07, ’08, ’09, ’11 and ’12. Participation by the seven most recent graduating classes (’06– ’12) was a remarkable 97.1%. Clearly, Webb Institute remains vibrant and relevant as its recent graduates show their respect and affection through their financial support. The second Class Agent Forum (CLAG 2) was held at Webb on October 15, 2011, with 55 alums representing 45 classes from 1950 to 2011. The purpose of the forum was to continue the process of addressing Webb’s financial situation and what alums can and should be doing to help secure Webb’s financial sustainability. The key takeaways from CLAG 2 were then brought directly to alumni through a series of regional meetings held across the country over the next three months. The results of the 2011–12 WAF campaign indicate that the message has been heard loud and clear, and that the alumni are up to the challenge. The success of the Webb Alumni Fund depends on the Board of Trustees’ Development Committee for their leadership and guidance, our outstanding team of Class Agents for their dedication and support, and the Development Office staff for their enthusiasm and hard work. Providing the bright, eager, and deserving students of today and future generations the extraordinary educational opportunity that we all enjoyed is what this hard work is all about. Sincere thanks to the 746 Webb grads, postgraduates and honorary alums identified in the pages of this Annual Report, who make this possible by perpetuating the legacy of William H. Webb.

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2011-2012 ALUMNI GIVING BY CL ASS YEAR

Alumni Giving Webb’s Class Agent structure plays a significant role in raising funds for the Webb Alumni Fund, a key component of the Webb Annual Fund. These dedicated alumni devote a large amount of time to connecting, communicating and soliciting funds from former classmates. Webb’s consistently strong alumni participation in the WAF is a direct result of “Class Agent” structure. Their amazing efforts include coordinating fundraising solicitations that generate a substantial amount of funds to Webb’s Annual Fund. The class agents’ efforts are reflected strongly in Webb’s Annual class giving totals and participation rates, and more often than not surpass anticipated goals. We cannot thank them enough for all their hard work and dedication. Their involvement increases Webb’s Alumni giving and ensures the success of our Annual Fund Campaign year after year.

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Gatsby Night at Webb.

1941 1944B Honorary GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 14 Participation 61% Dollars $27,633 Millard S. Firebaugh Patrick J. Gilmartin * William O. Gray * Jerrier A. Haddad * Jacques B. Hadler * Barbara Hamlin * David H. Klinges * Charles Kurz II * Bridget F. Lisnyk-Washlack * Joseph Mazurek Sunshine S. Payne Bruce S. Rosenblatt * Richard T. Soper * Gailmarie Sujecki

1940 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors Participation Dollars Richards T. Miller *

Donors Participation Dollars John B. Kopp

1 25% $600

1943 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors Participation Dollars Philip Thiel * Henry B. Suydam *

2 67% $4,906

1944A GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors Participation Dollars Robert H. Owens *

1 50% $50

1 100% $1,590

Increased gift over last year | * WebbEY | Deceased |

Donors 4 Participation 100% Dollars $4,000 David L. Butts * James A. Fay * William E. Hanks * Edmund T. Klemmer *

1945 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 5 Participation 100% Dollars $4,335 Thomas H. Bond * Richard D. Jaffin * Robert B. Reed * Edward W. Ross * John B. Woodward *

1946 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors Participation Dollars Robert L. Kelly *

1 33% $100

Heritage Society Member

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1947 1952 1956 1958 1960 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 2 Participation 50%% Dollars $2,100 Anonymous * Warren E. Culbertson

1948 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors Participation Dollars Donald E. Kane, Jr. * Arthur W. Schmidt *

2 67% $800

1949 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 3 Participation 100% Dollars $2,000 Edgar D. Alderson Herman S. Preiser * John J. Slager *

Donors 5 Participation 71% Dollars $6,162 Thomas W. Gillette * Gabriel F. Lefebvre, Jr. * D. William Lerch III * Eugene Schorsch * John W. Sims *

1953 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 9 Participation 90% Dollars $7,800 Victor W. Bethge * Alan G. Forssell * Robert B. Hedges * John W. Larson * Albert M. Martinson, Jr. John K. Roper * Arthur C. Sargent * Winston B. Sutter * Thomas S. Taylor *

1954 1950 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 5 Participation 56% Dollars $12,010 Alexander Delli Paoli * Maurice J. Laurier * Robert V. Pierce * David C. Purdy * J. Niel Spillane *

1951 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 8 Participation 80% Dollars $10,420 Albert R. Chovit * Philip R. Faurot * Robert G. Mende * George A. Petersen * George L. Phillips * William duBarry Thomas * Robert M. Wilkinson * Carl P. Wilson *

Donors 9 Participation 90% Dollars $13,720 David B. Benson * Lincoln D. Cathers * Jerry W. Cuthbert * Paul H. Diehl * John F. Hillmann * Peter A. Johnson * Francis X. Nicastro * Joseph F. Stroschein * Edmund G. Tornay *

1957 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 9 Participation 82% Dollars $35,200 Neal A. Brown Donald L. Caldera * Joseph J. Cuneo * George A. Gilmore * Douglas M. Gluntz * Bernard C. Mayer * James W. McCoy * George B. Patterson * Daniel H. Thompson *

Donors 8 Participation 100% Dollars $47,968 Arthur A. Burr * Robert L. Ediin * Frank P. Falci, Jr. * Paul W. Hayes * Thomas N. Manuel * Alfred H. Schwendtner * Joseph A. Signorelli * Robert L. Williams *

Donors 10 Participation 83% Dollars $21,475 W. Edward Christiansen * Charles Garland * Richard A. Goldbach Robert D. Goldbach Charles L. Grover III * Raymond S. Hall, Jr. * Alfred I. Raff * Joseph A. Schetz * Daniel Schorsch * Lennert O. Thunberg *

Donors 10 Participation 91% Dollars $12,130 Roderick A. Barr * Thomas B. Cole Kenneth E. Court * Endel Mann * John A. Mercier Clifford P. Meyer * Robert K. Richardson * William B. Terney * Peter Van Dyke * Don B. Young *

1959 1961 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 10 Participation 91% Dollars $11,550 Peter A. Gale * Arthur L. Harrison * William C. Hurt III * Robert S. Johnson * William C. Marrin, Jr. * Edward Shope * Oren L. Stephans * Donald J. Szostak * William C. Webster * Eugene A. Yourch

Donors 10 Participation 100% Dollars $6,448 Wayne H. Christensen, Jr. Roger H. Compton * Allen D. Evans * John A. Graap, Jr. * Ernest L. Holmboe * J. Ronald Hutcheson * Richard A. Mulford * Charles G. Pieroth * Frederick Seibold, Jr. * Theodore L. Thorsen * continued on following page

1955 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 14 Participation 93% Dollars $52,484 R. Mark Forssell * James Harvie * Halsey C. Herreshoff Kenneth C. Holmboe * Albert S. Hove * Ulrich H. Koch * Horton W. Lain * David S. Lawson, Jr. * Justin H. McCarthy * Ronald C. Olander * Reuben W. Taylor, Jr. * Richard W. Thorpe * Charles G. Visconti * Robert B. Zubaly *

Increased gift over last year | * WebbEY | Deceased |

Webb Alumni Fund Chairman, John A. Malone ‘71 and Thomas H. Bond ’45, Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering, enjoying Homecoming 2012.

Heritage Society Member

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Class of 2012 induction into the WAA.

1962 1964 1966 1968 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 12 Participation 92% Dollars $91,658 Albert H. Bowers, III * Terry E. Brockett * Joseph A. Burns * Fred P. Endrizzi Mark R. Henry * Roy E. Johnson * Robert McGowan * Richard Pomfret * Richard Schmitt * Peter A. Silvia * J. Michael Wallace * Daniel W. Yannitell *

1963 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 13 Participation 93% Dollars $19,610 Ronald J. Altmann * George W. Birkhead * Donald C. Deckebach II John W. Hall * Ronald K. Kiss * William T. Lindenmuth * Henry A. Olson * David R. Rodger * Michael L. Silber * J. William Smith * Larry K. Stephens * Joseph M. Verdon * Abbott D. Weiss *

Donors 6 Participation 55% Dollars $25,067 Robyn J. Anders * Kenneth W. Fisher * Kenneth L. Heitner * Paul B. Mentz * Eugene R. Miller, Jr. * Jay E. Paris *

1965 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 8 Participation 89% Dollars $4,850 William M. Cannon * Peter E. Jaquith * Karl L. Kirkman * Laurence G. Krantz Henry S. Marcus * David G. Moorhead * Paul W. Risseeuw * William G. Wallace *

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Donors 12 Participation 75% Dollars $27,615 George J. Berger * F. Roland Bjorklund * James A. Bock Fred B. Chester * Bruce D. Cox Douglas H. Dirks * Thomas R. Hagner * John F. Ince * John W. Newcomb * James W. Royle, Jr. * Jeremy A. Stahlin * Bernard M. Thomson III *

1967 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 15 Participation 100% Dollars $18,343 Paul D. Chapman * Robert W. Hall * James R. Hancock * Thomas E. Koster * Wayne D. Martin * Thomas W. Mattson * William R. McCreight * Irving G. Raphael * John W. Russell * Kit Ryan * John E. Sirutis * Richard L. Storch Edward S. Van Dusen * Robert J. vom Saal * David M. Yannitell *

Donors Participation Dollars Peter B. Fontneau * John L. Glaeser * Charles J. Jansky * Ralph E. Johnson * Kent D. Woodward

5 50% $3,250

1969 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 10 Participation 100% Dollars $13,900 Michael Bushnell Thomas W. Campbell * Michael J. Goodwin Thomas P. Mastronarde * John R. Paul * Eric Runnerstrom * Robert C. Seiwell, Jr. * Paul G. Snyder * John S. Spencer Steven F. Wolgamot *

1970 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 17 Participation 100% Dollars $35,171 Anonymous * Jonathan R. Amy * Mark R. Bebar * David M. Bovet *

Increased gift over last year | * WebbEY | Deceased |

Stuart C. Bunnell * Steven G. Buttner * S. Allen Face III * John G. Harrison * Robert K. Jenner * Eric W. Linsner * Christopher T. Loeser * Richard P. Neilson * David R. Pedrick * George L. Petrie * Walter D. Rabe * Jerry L. Steiner * Charles B. Walburn *

1971 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 5 Participation 45% Dollars $15,290 Gerald E. Bellows * Dudley A. Dawson * John A. Malone * Philip J. Sims * Paul G. Vibrans *

1972 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 18 Participation 100% Dollars $15,681 Anonymous James K. Antrim * Peter D. Canning * Thomas W. Chadwick * David S. Chapman * Michael D. Comens * Philip S. Douthit *

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James R. Dwyer * Willa N. France * Geoffrey D. Fuller * James N. Greenlees * Jay S. Howell, Jr. * Kenneth Rusinek * Robert B. Steinbach Paul R. Vragel Scott G. Withee Thomas E. Zielinski * Peter F. Zink *

1973 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 17 Participation 85% Dollars $50,673 Jay P. Carson * Richard C. Celotto * David H. Collins Bill Helming Paul Kamen John R. Knobel * Stephen J. Lardie Douglas J. Loeser Robert J. Marinelli * R. Keith Michel * Joseph G. Rudnicki Carl R. Setterstrom Lewis R. Sheldon III * Lorne B. Sheren * Reed D. Sigfridson * Ted A. Slotwinski * Stanley C. Stockdale

1974 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 8 Participation 73% Dollars $21,150 Anonymous A. Todd Andre-Colton Thomas P. Brewton * John P. Gallagher * Russell H. Hoffman * Stephen R. Judson * Richard B. Siek * Peter F. Weber *

1975 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 12 Participation 57% Dollars $27,155 Michael R. Brooks Peter W. Flemming David S. Homiak * Gary W. McCue * Joel S. McMinn Joseph D. Mott, Jr. Geoffrey S. Rivinius * Christian Saether * Christopher N. Tupper * Anthony A. Urbanelli * W. Brett Wilson * Karl R. Witmer *

1976 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 7 Participation 50% Dollars $13,725 Gregory E. Castleman * David S. Greeley Jon Jay LaBerge * Robert Silence Richard A. Smith * John D. Van Buskirk * William A. Watts *

1977 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 20 Participation 91% Dollars $54,060 Kevin D. Baetsen * Robert L. Bunnell Carl D. Fast * Richard A. Gilmore * Gregory M. Griffin * David A. Helgerson * Peter J. Lapp Marc T. Limeri * David H. Milligan Roy A. Neyman Scott D. Orlosky * Robert H. Owens * Scott Richards * Steven C. Shepstone * David G. St. Amand * Robert J. Stortstrom * John Vasilakos * Thomas A. Wheaton * Douglas M. Wolff * Gary R. Zane *

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1978 1980 1982 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 13 Participation 91% Dollars $18,930 Matthew D. Blake * Alfred A. Bozzuffi * Louis T. Codega * Neil J. Gallagher * Fred Gordon David W. Gustavson * William B. Hale * T. Mark Herder * Robert A. Kowalyshyn Duncan T. MacLane * Philip M. Poullada * Edward V. Vienckowski * Phillip J. Wagner *

1979 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 9 Participation 56% Dollars $20,216 Stephen R. Breit * Joseph L. Brennan * Walter F. Devine Douglas S. Henn Geoffrey G. Landon * Mark F. Martecchini * Jonathan G. Parrott * Joel R. Parry * Michael J. Whalen *

Donors 11 Participation 65% Dollars $4,475 Robert M. Conachey * C. Kent Greenwald James A. Gretzky * Kathleen Henn Philip C. Koenig * Donald M. MacPherson * Todd R. Nass James A. Schmicker Luke L. Suda * Wayne S. Thayer * Peter B. Zahn *

1981 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 4 Participation 50% Dollars $1,250 Grant B. Dugan * Kenneth W. Faulter * Lance O. Guliani * Marcin H. Whitman

Donors 18 Participation 90% Dollars $20,850 Anonymous Anonymous Kenneth C. Anderson * Anthony F. Attanasio Kyle S. Brunelle * Stephane J. Cordier Jeffrey M. Falzarano Mark W. Gagnon * Michael L. Gerardi * Peter C. Gross Steven L. Kerr James R. Moody * Robert C. Ranzenbach * Thomas C. Rider * Spencer A. Schilling, Jr. * Lori R. Sharpe * John A. Springer III * Geoffrey D. M. Wilkie *

1983 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 4 Participation 25% Dollars $6,450 Charles N. Corrado Richard S. Graham * Andrew R. Kondracki * Craig A. Pomeroy * continued on following page

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1984 1987 1989 1991 1995 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 5 Participation 42% Dollars $3,290 Anonymous * Anonymous Glenn D. Bauer Joseph J. Kelleher * Bill R. McEachen *

1985 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 9 Participation 43% Dollars $6,725 Mark D. Caplan * Robert P. Fooks * Douglas C. Goldhirsch * Daniel H. Harris * Jim McMahon * Jennifer B. Panosky * Mark D. Paulhus Thomas J. Perrotti, Jr. * David M. Shepard *

1986 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 7 Participation 37% Dollars $1,375 Michael R. Birmann * Richard M. Carlstrom John A. DiBlasi Kimberly A. Fisher * Melissa K. Morgan * James Q. Rice IV Scott D. Roodvoets

Donors 10 Participation 50% Dollars $6,660 Anonymous John L. R. Edgar III * Paul F. Gallagher * Daniel R. Healy Daniel P. Jacques Karl H. Keiger Daniel J. Platt * Mark D. Pudlo * Gabrielle Rini Barry M. Solomon

1988 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 11 Participation 61% Dollars $15,157 Ian R. Busch * Victoria Dlugokecki * C. Mitch Dmohowski Nancy A. Harris * Manuel G. Hontoria * Michael J. Hughes * Raymond P. Nancoz Steven Pagan * David L. Rusnak Thomas A. Ryan Dean M. Schleicher *

Donors 10 Participation 63% Dollars $20,375 John N. Costello, Jr. * Todd R. Heidenreich * Gary M. Lee Jeffrey S. Magrane * Gregory M. Matzat * Robert H. Reed Christine Schleicher * James J. Shaughnessy * Brett A. Vitols * Thomas J. Waters *

1990 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors Participation Dollars Anonymous Michael C. Barton Scott D. Black * John S. Eck Patrick J. Goss * Eugene H. Gotimer William F. Nugent

7 47% $3,075

Donors 9 Participation 50% Dollars $15,760 Judson B. Broome * Greg Diggs Charles E. Hawkins IV * Jennifer E. Kollmer * Stephen D. Koopman * S. Taylor Olson * Karen G. Rossbach * Matthew P. Tedesco * Jennifer K. Waters *

1992 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 4 Participation 25% Dollars $6,150 Thomas E. Dickenson * Christoph A. Grueneis * Theresa Haven * Paul T. Weber *

1993 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 13 Participation 81% Dollars $23,265 Catherine M. Anderson * Joseph N. Corvelli J. Carey Filling, Jr. * Spencer Johnson Albert N. Kamahi * Jason M. Neuman * Erik Nilsson * Benjamin E. Rising * Monique Sinmao * Jeanne E. Torstenson * Kirk E. Torstenson * Peter K. Wallace * Meldon J. Wolfgang IV *

1994 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 5 Participation 28% Dollars $3,500 Anonymous * John A. Grabeel Brian M. Mulligan * Catherine A. Tedesco * Ryan L. Vittetoe

Donors 12 Participation 86% Dollars $7,140 Paulo A. Almeida Jaye Falls * Daniel B. Gebhardt * Stuart R. Greene * Joseph A. Hubbard * D. Michael Hutchings * Sarah M. Leitner * Britton R. Ward * Matthew R. Werner Jana Wesson * Mark K. Wolf * Timothy Semenoro

1996 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 9 Participation 56% Dollars $10,385 Nathaniel S. Bossett Nathan B. Frederickson * Christopher M. Lake * Heidi C. Landen-Greene * Eugene R. Miller III * Ian Mutnick * Edward A. Rerisi * Joel P. Sodowsky * Daniel P. Thrush

1997 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 11 Participation 58% Dollars $24,295 Anonymous Benjamin B. Ackers * Michelle L. Adam * Robert H. Bolling * R. Perry Connell * Scott C. Henry * Thad J. Michael * John R. Mixon * Douglas A. Read Lisa M. Read * Owen W. Tredennick *

Class of 2016 Orientation Scavenger Hunt in New York City: William Sturdy ’16, Jennifer Lorenc ’16, Lauren West ‘16, Thomas Brackin ’16 and Matthew Graham ‘14.

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1998 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND

2007 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND

Donors 13 Participation 68% Dollars $6,405 Alan M. Bolind Andrew S. Bond * Chad S. Caron * Wm. Jason Flatt * David J. Grant * Nathan J. McKenzie Mark J. Myers-Russo Liam C. O’Connell * Douglas L. Snediker * Christopher Swanton Michael J. Telfer Jerod L. Wyman * Tin-Guen Yen

Donors 20 Participation 100% Dollars $13,765 Cameron M. Baker * Robert I. Barra * Kathleen M. Cain * Brendan M. Carr * Steven M. Cullity, Jr. * Mark P. D’Angelo * William C. Danilczyk * Robert E. Dvorak * David D. Eberhardt * Patrick D. Faas * Adam E. Geary * William T. Gotta * Michael G. LaGrassa * Jonathan D. Leivo * Matthew G. Marburger * Matthew H. O’Leary * Brian J. Petersen * Nathan L. Pratt * Ryan W. Sadlo * Elizabeth M. Singleton *

1999 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 11 Participation 52% Dollars $8,170 John R. Bergquist Matt Collette * Anne M. Fullerton * Bradley D. Golden * Todd S. Gregory Christopher A. Hicks * Russell E. Kupferer * Susan E. Lake * Jennifer R. Ryan * Elizabeth E. White * Stephen D. White *

2000 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 7 Participation 50% Dollars $3,510 Jeffrey B. Bowles * Damian Bozzacco * Scott G. Furr * Andrew W. Polay Luke A. Shingledecker * Michael H. Stodick Matthew D. Turns

2012 Graduation: Stacey Bishop ’12, Mrs. Bishop and Connor Bennett ‘14.

2001 2003 2005 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 15 Participation 88% Dollars $8,200 Gwendalyn D. Benoit * James B. Benoit * Brian D. Heberley * Patrick T. Hester John C. Hootman * Lucas A. Hurt * Alma C. M. Jacobson * Donald R. Jacobson * Elizabeth F. Jeffers * Nathan A. Smith * John J. Sullivan IV Elizabeth A. Tuckel * Jason P. Updegraph * Stephen J. Van Denburg * Gabriel D. Weymouth *

2002 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND

Donors 6 Participation 38% Dollars $8,398 Anonymous Heather D. Barden * Andrew J. DeSpirito * Benjamin J. Racine Richard A. Smith * Sean M. Sundey

2004 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 6 Participation 40% Dollars $4,775 Candace Brown * Matthew R. Fox * Ryan E. Hackel * Katharine A. C. Munkenbeck * Matthew L. Unger * Timothy Yen *

Donors 11 Participation 65% Dollars $8,573 Ryan J. Babb * Kyle C. Beattie Corey L. Bruno * Anthony T. Constable * Karyn V. Cox * Jason M. Dahl * Jacqueline A. DeSpirito * Nicholas M. Dombrowski * Douglas H. Frauenberger * Christine L. Heberley * Gram E. Schweikert

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Donors 10 Participation 77% Dollars $10,382 Lauren Balza * Courtney C. Ewing * Evelyn R. Hackel * Caitlin E. Jarecki * Vincent J. Jarecki III * Eric Jordan * Evan J. Lee * Michael G. Morabito * Emily E. Whitman * Matthew B. Zahn *

2006 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 11 Participation 100% Dollars $29,322 Peter C. Bryn * Michael S. Eaton * Brian P. R. Eisenhower * Taylor M. Herinckx * Robert J. Kleinschmit * Andrew R. Lange * Cyrus J. Lawyer IV * Daniel A. Malarkey * Jason W. Minett * Kelly T. Sonerholm * Steve M. Stone *

2008 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 24 Participation 100% Dollars $19,645 Christopher J. Becker * W. Porter Bratten III * Matthew A. Donatelli * Alana Duerr * Kristin P. Jarecki * Cody C. Kurtz * Johanna M. Lee * Lindsey K. Lindgren * Anthony Loreto * Daniel S. Mannheim * Stephen T. Minnich * Russell C. Pollock Jeffrey D. Reifsnyder * David J. Sawyer * Paul Schweizer * Justin P. Shell * Emerson L. Smith * Luke C. Soletic * Leah R. Sosa * John R. Stebe * Jessica K. Tomczak * Adam H. Van Doren * Sarah E. Wickenheiser * Vincent S. Wickenheiser *

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PG’61-’68 NonGIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Graduates Donors 8 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Participation 40% Dollars $54,766 L. Dennis Ballou PG’61 * Donald W. Blount PG’62 Jon K. Elliott PG’68 * Alan J. Johnson PG’68 David G. Kalb PG’67 * Clinton W. Kreitner PG’65 Edmund C. Mortimer PG’63 * Homer N. Wallin, Jr. PG’62 * Celebrating their 55th Reunion on Homecoming Weekend: Neal Brown ’57, Don Caldera ’57 and Yvette Caldera enjoying a tour of Webb.

PG’97-’99 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND

2009 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND

Donors 1 Participation 25% Dollars $1,020 Yongjun Chen PG’99 *

Donors 18 Participation 100% Dollars $23,580 Robert B. Carelli Jonathan H. Dowsett Phillip S. Duerr Austin J. French Andrew D. Harville Diana M. Look Nikolas P. Martecchini Joshua S. McMinn Lauren N. Moeller Andrei Mouravieff Laura K. Patterson Robin S. Rose Rachel A. Sawyer Bret S. Smart Jr. Jonathan D. Ward John P. Wise Stefan T. Wolczko Aurore V. Zuzick

2010 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 18 Participation 82% Dollars $15,373 Michael E. Cariello Tedi R. Derrickson Lowell A. Dickerson Jacob M. Genauer David M. Gross Peter S. C. Lee Christopher H. Lyons Amanda M. Malarkey William J. Markuske

Ian W. McCauley John D. Nonemaker II Andrew J. Nowakowski Dustin R. Rybovich Cullen D. Sarles Alexander L. Scott Douglas L. Slocum Thomas P. Tindale Simmy D. Willemann

2011 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 21 Participation 100% Dollars $12,610 Michael A. Abbruscato Esteban L. Castro Hampton K. Dixon David J. Donatelli Jenna M. Ferrieri Benjamin Fisher Zachary J. Harris Casey M. Harwood Christopher G. Hooper Sang Ouk Kim Justin R. Klag Michael E. Klein Andrew J. Lachtman Joshua R. Lambertsen Ian S. McMahon Brent J. Morrison * Lidia Mouravieff Ryan A. Pfeifer Christopher Rose Katherine A. Whalen Ethan T. Wiseman

2012 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 20 Participation 100% Dollars $3,000 Cathryn A. Bishop Leland J. Boltz Michael G. K. Cheng Allan S. Childers Nicholas J. DelGatto Sean R. Doran John A. Fleming Matthew J. Groff Steven Guglielmoni Nathan T. Hagan Jared P. Harlan Andrew Lum Kyle R. Manis Justin C. Morgan Schuyler J. Needham Jack Oczeretko Dale E. Pederson Robert J. Talarico Nicholas I. Walker Robert J. Walling

Donors 10 Participation 59% Dollars $2,615 Dennis F. Antweiler ‘71X * George L. Colborn ‘54X * Bob Huret ‘65X * Orris B. James, Jr. ‘51X Ivan N. Kirschner ‘81X * Alexander C. Landsburg ‘66X George H. Plude ‘54X * Richard C. Rodi ‘64X * Mark Skinner ‘67X * Daniel Wilson ’09X

Exchange Students GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors Participation Dollars Elie Amar ‘11E

1 33% $50

Editor’s Note: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this donor list. In the event you feel an omission or error has occurred, please accept our apologies as any mistake is unintentional and contact the Development Office at (516) 759-2040 so we may make any necessary adjustments.

PG’51-’60 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 6 Participation 38% Dollars $1,395 Allyn V. Bress PG’59 * Richard A. Claytor PG’56 * Wilbur J. Mahony PG ‘58 * Vito R. Milano PG ‘60 * James B. Risser PG’54 Lawrence W. Ward PG’51 *

Freshmen during the Ship Fire-Fighting Training.

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Amount

# of Donors

Amount

# of Donors

Hon.

$27,633

14

23

61%

$1,974

1978

$18,930

13

16

81%

$1,456

1939

$0

0

1

0%

$0

1979

$20,216

9

16

56%

$2,246

1940

$1,590

1

1

1941

$600

1

4

100%

$1,590

1980

$4,475

11

17

65%

$407

25%

$600

1981

$1,250

4

8

50%

$313

1942

$0

0

2

1943

$4,906

2

3

0%

$0

1982

$20,850

18

20

90%

$1,158

67%

$2,453

1983

$6,450

4

16

25%

$1,613

1944A

$50

1

2

50%

$50

1984

$3,290

5

12

42%

$658

1944B

$4,000

4

1945

$4,335

5

4

100%

$1,000

1985

$6,725

9

21

43%

$747

5

100%

$867

1986

$1,375

7

19

37%

$196

1946

$100

1

3

33%

$100

1987

$6,660

10

20

50%

$666

1947 1948

$2,100

2

4

50%

$1,050

1988

$15,157

11

18

61%

$1,378

$800

2

3

67%

$400

1989

$20,375

10

16

63%

$2,038

1949

$2,000

3

3

100%

$667

1990

$3,075

7

15

47%

$439

1950

$12,010

5

9

56%

$2,402

1991

$15,760

9

18

50%

$1,751

1951

$10,420

8

10

80%

$1,303

1992

$6,150

4

16

25%

$1,538

1952

$6,162

5

7

71%

$1,232

1993

$23,265

13

16

81%

$1,790

1953

$7,800

9

10

90%

$867

1994

$3,500

5

18

28%

$700

1954

$47,968

8

8

100%

$5,996

1995

$7,140

12

14

86%

$595

1955

$52,484

14

15

93%

$3,749

1996

$10,385

9

16

56%

$1,154

1956

$13,720

9

10

90%

$1,524

1997

$24,295

11

19

58%

$2,209

1957

$35,200

9

11

82%

$3,911

1998

$6,405

13

19

68%

$493

1958

$21,475

10

12

83%

$2,147

1999

$8,170

11

21

52%

$743

1959

$11,550

10

11

91%

$1,155

2000

$3,510

7

14

50%

$501

1960

$12,130

10

11

91%

$1,213

2001

$8,200

15

17

88%

$547

1961

$6,448

10

10

100%

$645

2002

$8,573

11

17

65%

$779

1962

$91,658

12

13

92%

$7,638

2003

$8,398

6

16

38%

$1,400

1963

$19,610

13

14

93%

$1,508

2004

$4,775

6

15

40%

$796

1964

$25,067

6

11

55%

$4,178

2005

$10,382

10

13

77%

$1,038

1965

$4,850

8

9

89%

$606

2006

$29,322

11

11

100%

$2,666

1966

$27,615

12

16

75%

$2,301

2007

$13,765

20

20

100%

$688

1967

$18,343

15

15

100%

$1,223

2008

$19,645

24

24

100%

$819

1968

$3,250

5

10

50%

$650

2009

$23,580

18

18

100%

$1,310

1969

$13,900

10

10

100%

$1,390

2010

$15,373

18

22

82%

$854

1970

$35,171

17

17

100%

$2,069

2011

$12,610

21

21

100%

$600

1971

$15,290

5

11

45%

$3,058

2012

$3,000

20

20

100%

$150

1972

$15,681

18

18

100%

$871

PG’51-’60

$1,395

6

16

38%

$233

1973

$50,673

17

20

85%

$2,981

PG’61-’68

$54,766

8

20

40%

$6,846

1974

$21,150

8

11

73%

$2,644

PG’97-’99

$1,020

1

4

25%

$1,020

1975

$27,155

12

21

57%

$2,263

Exch. Students

$50

1

3

33%

$50

1976

$13,725

7

14

50%

$1,961

Non-Grads

$2,615

10

17

59%

$262

1977

$54,060

20

22

91%

$2,703

TOTALS

746

1,073

70%

$1,578

Class

# Living Alumni Participation

Average Gift

Class

$1,177,555

# Living Alumni Participation

Average Gift

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hen U.S. News and World Report named Webb Institute “America’s Most Loved School” based on its high percentage of alumni giving to the Annual Fund, few Webb insiders were surprised. The camaraderie that exists among most classes is extremely strong, and the shared experience of four years spent in such unique environs forges friendships and professional relationships that last a lifetime. At Homecoming the spirit is palpable, particularly among reunion classes, which gather to celebrate various milestone anniversaries. There is another group of individuals, who are not graduates of Webb’s undergraduate program, but who also demonstrate their dedication to Webb in a variety of ways. When asked, “Why, when so many nonprofit agencies are competing for your philanthropic contributions, do you choose Webb?” Here are some of their answers:

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J E A N N E H I L M A R - H A R D Y , a spry, energetic woman of 91 living in Seneca, South Carolina, has the distinction of having been married to and widowed by two Webb alums. Her first husband was Harold O. Hilmar ’40 (pictured, top right). When Hal passed, Jeanne attended school to learn massage therapy at the age of 65. Her second husband, Howard M. Hardy ’38 (pictured, bottom right), passed away in 2009, and was the last living member of his class. She had actually known Howard first, but she was only 18 when he proposed marriage in Brookline, MA, and she declined. He married someone else, but they connected much later in life through his sister, with whom Jeanne had remained friends. Mr. Hardy was an engineer with Cooper-Bessemer of Mt. Vernon, OH, and retired in 1977. Mrs. Hilmar-Hardy has continued to donate to Webb Institute in memory of both of her late husbands. W H Y W E B B ? “Both my husbands received a wonderful education that enabled them to have successful, gratifying careers; that would not have been possible without the vision and generosity of William H. Webb.” She remembers, with great fondness, attending dances at Webb Institute in the 1930s. H O M E R N . “ N O R M ” WA L L I N P G ’ 6 2 , received his undergraduate degree from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1955. He was sent to graduate school at Webb by the Navy. One of five Lieutenant Commanders, Norm was the only bachelor among the group. After resigning from the Navy in 1969, he was offered a reserve commission as a Commander, which he accepted. Following his naval career, Norm was fleet engineer and manager of maintenance and repair for Keystone Shipping Company from 1976–97, manager of ship repair sales for Sun Shipbuilding from 1974–76,

and engineering manager of Harbor Boat Building from 197074. Norm says that the Webb connection was extremely helpful to him in providing post-Navy employment opportunities. He and his wife, Kitty, of San Francisco, have been active members of Webb’s alumni family and generous donors as well. Members of the “Founding” Cumulative Giving Club, the Wallins have been the benefactors of many improvements to the Webb Campus. In 1998 they donated two Laser Class sailboats, and in 2001 they contributed an electronic keyboard. These items are still in use by Webb Students. They sponsored the restoration of the Steinway piano, and the fountain in the Cuneo Courtyard, as well as the China Cabin, one of William H. Webb’s ships. The jewel in the crown of their giving history is the creation of a cultural enrichment endowment to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Norm’s graduation from Webb. W H Y W E B B ? Because as the only single guy in his group, he met, courted and married Kitty, a native Long Islander, and for the three years that he attended Webb’s graduate school, they enjoyed all that New York City had to offer! So current and future Webb students will benefit from Norm and Kitty’s romantic nostalgia.

S U S A N A N D T O M B U R N S P ’ 0 8 have been involved parents since their daughter Lindsey entered Webb. While she was a junior, they generously donated the patio furniture on the rear deck, providing much-needed outdoor accommodations for students to dine and socialize while enjoying the breathtaking view of Long Island Sound. Even though Lindsey is married and living in the U.K., Susan and Tom have continued to support Webb in creative and

constructive ways: Tom’s corporation, Argonauta Marine & Subsea LLC, has sponsored student attendance at the OTC Conference in Houston. In addition, the Burns family has opened their home to OTC attendees and winter work students in the Houston area. (Lindsey herself crossed the pond to join the WooFS for their performance during the salute to Jill and Roger Compton in 2011.) W H Y W E B B ? Tom says his reasons are self-serving. As a consultant to the oil industry and a marine engineer for most of his career, he recognizes the need for exceptional engineers and feels that Webb is a standout in consistently producing them. In addition, he acknowledges that Lindsey and her parents are the beneficiaries of William H. Webb’s largesse. The Burns family is a testament that parental (and alumni) involvement need not cease when a student graduates. D R . I VA N N . K I R S C H N E R ’ 8 1 X is not a Webb graduate, but he’s a member of the Webb Alumni Association— honored that the Alumni Association by-laws allow him to participate as a member of the Class of ‘81X. He has kept in touch with his classmates, other Webb graduates and non-graduating alumni, and remains engaged with Webb Institute on a variety of levels. There are currently seventeen “X” members of the Alumni Association. One of Ivan’s goals is to represent the Alumni Association and bring more nongraduating Webb alumni in. “I trust that there are many non-participating alumni in my situation,” he says, “who believe strongly in the mission of Webb Institute and who would be willing to cast their support for the organization, even though they did not earn the Webb degree.” Ivan represented the Class of ’81 last fall at the Class Agent Leadership Retreat as an invited alternate to his class agent, Erica Hansen. Of the experience, he said: “I was most impressed by the level of dedication of the Webb Alumni Association leadership, and the willingness of the administration to welcome such a forum to brainstorm on ways to advance the mission of William H. Webb in the 21st Century. Also, I think the continued on following page

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evolution of student life to include cultural arts with the WooFS singing group, the theater group, the expanded athletic program, and new and broader electives results in an atmosphere that is much less cloistered than the Webb of my day, and would probably have been a better fit for me.” After leaving Webb, Ivan attended the University of Michigan, where he earned his B.S.E. in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. He worked in the offshore industry for two years, returned to Michigan and received two M.S.E. degrees (Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering plus Aerospace Engineering) and his Ph.D. in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. After graduate school he worked at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center for more than eight years, performing fundamental research in supercavitation that earned him the ASNE Solberg Award for Research in 1997 and a NAVSEA Engineer of the Year Award in 1998. He has recently co-authored a book on cavitation. The former technical director of strategic programs for Alion Science and Technology (previously Anteon), he joined Applied Physical Sciences Corporation (APS; a corporation founded and headed by a Webb alum, Charles Corrado, profiled below) as principal scientist in 2010. “Working with Webbies is among the best part of my job,” says Ivan. “There are a lot of them around me, so I’m lucky that I enjoy it.” W H Y W E B B ? Ivan noted “how consistently well-prepared Webb graduates are.” Webb has been generating fine engineers from the beginning. Ship technology is pretty complicated, and requires a broad understanding of physics and mathematics. More than pretty much all other graduates, Webbies also know how to stay on task until the job is done. This training makes Webb grads valuable wherever they go—Webb delivers an excellent product!” C H A R L E S C O R R A D O , P H . D . ’ 8 3 is included here as the CEO of an organization that supports Webb through corporate contributions and also employs a number of Webb graduates. Dr. Chick Corrado came to Webb Institute in the fall of 1979, choosing Webb for two reasons, yacht design and free tuition. He had been given a great referral by a family friend, and he was very impressed by Webb Institute’s excellent reputation.

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After graduating from Webb in 1983, Chick went on to MIT, receiving his Master’s in ocean engineering in 1986 and doctorate in acoustics in 1993. Chick is a Life Member of the Webb Alumni Association and has been involved in advancing Webb personally and professionally. Chick feels his greatest accomplishment since leaving Webb was founding his company, Applied Physical Sciences Corporation in 2002 in Groton, Connecticut. Chick has been married to Sandy, an artist and great mom to their two daughters, Abby and Casey, for 27 years. Abby is 20 and currently enrolled at Wheaton College in Massachusetts; Casey is 18 and entered Tufts University as a freshman in the fall of 2012. Chick’s favorite professor during his time at Webb was Rick Neilson, who acted as a mentor to Chick throughout his years at Webb. He is very happy to see that Professor Neilson is back at Webb as Dean of Faculty. A committed and generous donor, Chick shows his loyalty to Webb in many ways. He currently has five Webbies working for him, and for the past few years, Applied Physical Sciences Corporation has hired one or two Webb graduates every year. All have gone on to pursue graduate degrees at various universities. He said he’s found that there is no technical project that a recent Webb graduate cannot make important contributions to—and their work ethic is always exceptional. Beyond hiring them for jobs, Applied Physical Sciences helped Webb students by recently giving software to Naval Architecture Professor Rick Royce to provide and advise for thesis work. W H Y W E B B ? When asked what his fondest memory at Webb was, Chick mentions his work experience program during sophomore year. The trip he took working as an engine cadet to Australia and New Zealand was a remarkable, enjoyable and unique experience, something he feels he would not have experienced at any other college or university.

The resounding theme is that Webb is much loved and respected, not only by alumni, but by the maritime industry and members of other constituencies as well.

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Peter Needham P’12 President, Parents Association

he Webb Parents Association (WPA) was re-formed during the 2008–09 academic year. During the 2011–12 academic year the WPA formed a Comprehensive Strategic Planning Committee to propose future initiatives for the Association. The committee’s first task was to develop and produce a survey for the Webb parents, the findings of which were presented at the Webb Strategic Planning Seminar held this past May.

A brief summary of the survey found: • Parents believe their child is being well prepared for life after Webb, both in terms of technical competency and from a whole-life perspective. • More than 64% of parents say that Webb has exceeded their expectations. • An overwhelming majority (90% +) view the Winter Work Experience as the top aspect of attending Webb, followed closely by the excellence of Webb’s faculty and the student work ethic. • Securing additional financial resources weighed in as the top priority for Webb from a parent’s perspective; adding new partnerships with other schools was also an important consideration. • Parents felt Webb should do more to improve its brand and outreach through additional press contact and attendance at college fairs. • The majority of parents felt that their children were very happy with their progress at Webb.

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all 2011 began the second year of the Webb Parent Annual Fund Committee with ten families volunteering for this committee and working to personally invite all parents to support Webb through the Annual Fund. Their efforts were successful: With 76% of parents participating, Webb parents contributed $94,758 to the 2011–12 Annual Fund. This figure reflects a 27% increase in dollars contributed and an increase of 7% in the participation rate from the 2010–11 fiscal year. As parents we feel it our privilege and obligation to support these efforts, and we anticipate continued success. The results of the 2011–12 efforts speak for themselves. As we improve understanding of the value of unrestricted gifts to Webb's Annual Fund and raise awareness about how critical these gifts are to the financial health and well-being of our college, we will see even greater contributions in the future.

C O - C HA I R S Alison and Hal Granger P’14

PA R E N T S ’ C O N T R I B U T I O N T O T H E 2 0 1 1 / 2 0 1 2 A N N UA L F U N D CL AS S Total Gifts Average Gift % Participation by Family

Hal and Alison Granger P’14 Co-Chairs, Parent Annual Fund Committee

2012

2013

2014

2015

O ve r a l l

$24,040

$11,358

$25,985

$33,375

$94,758

$1,503

$1,033

$2,362

$1,589

$1,579

76%

69%

69%

81%

76%

A N N UA L F U N D C O M M I T T E E Liz and Gary Allen P’15 Angela and Vincent DelGatto P’12 Sue and Anthony Gianforcaro P’15 Marian and Steve Guglielmoni P’12 Robin and Bob Licato P’15 Linda and Paul Neureuter P’14 Lila and Nat Pitti P’15

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2011-2012 LEGACY GIVING

Legacy Giving at Webb A number of Webb Alumni have taken action to help sustain William H. Webb’s vision by including Webb Institute in their estate planning. Members of Webb’s Heritage Society know the value of their planned gifts will help sustain Webb well beyond their lifetime. Planned giving has become an important dynamic within institutional giving in today’s economic times. It allows individuals to make large gifts that cost little or nothing today. While some planned gifts provide a life-long income to the donor, others use estate and tax planning techniques to provide for educational institutions and other family members/heirs in ways that maximize the gift and/or minimize its impact on the donor's estate. Ultimately, a planned gift is any gift made in a person’s lifetime or at death as part of a donor’s overall financial and/or estate planning. Whether a contributor uses cash, appreciated securities/stock, real estate, artwork, partnership interests, personal property, life insurance, a retirement plan, etc., the benefits of funding a planned gift can make this type of charitable giving a great incentive to both you as a donor and Webb as an institution. During fiscal year 2011–2012, Webb benefitted substantially from the generosity of alumni who included Webb in their long-term financial planning. They are Willard V. Markey ’35, Allen N. Hoyt ’36, Philip Thiel ’43, Michael Costagliola ’42 and Edward F. Ganly ’36. There are many ways to give substantial support to Webb Institute while protecting and enhancing your family’s financial situation. To learn more about giving a planned gift contact our Office of Development at (516) 759-2040. Thank you to our most current Heritage Society members for their extreme generosity and for believing in a Webb education and investing in the future of so many.

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The Webb Heritage Society Mario Iacobucci Andrea ’39 Albert L. Balestiere ’47 Montgomery Banister ’44A Sherman H. Barber ’34 Joyce P. Bethge (Hon.) Victor W. Bethge ’53 William J. Blanton, Jr. ’71 Eileen Caddell Donald L. Caldera ’57 Hayden A. Carney ’58 and Pamela Carney Robert M. Cashman ’40 Lincoln D. Cathers ’56 Richard C. Celotto ’73 Paul D. Chapman ’67 W. Edward Christiansen ’58 Roger H. Compton ’61, PG’64 Michael Costagliola ’42 Richard B. Couch ’33 Kenneth E. Court ’60 John O. Crafts 1902 Joseph J. Cuneo ’57 Jerry W. Cuthbert ’56 Philomene J. DeHart Victor J. Dietz ’35 Hampton K. Dixon ’11 William V. Duggan Mr. and Mrs. R. Peaslee DuMont ’32 Stephen C. Dvorak ’50 Kathleen W. Eddy Richard G. Eddy ’55 Frederick P. Eisenbiegler ’46 Kenneth W. Fisher ’64 Thomas F. FitzGerald ’34 George F. Fonger ’29 Peter A. Gale '59 Edward F. Ganly ’36 Charles Garland ’58 George A. Gilmore ’57 Richard A. Gilmore ’77 Lawrence R. Glosten ’40 Richard A. Goldbach ’58 Robert D. Goldbach ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Graziano (Hon.) John L. Greene PG’55 Gregory M. Griffin ’77 Jacques B. Hadler (Hon.) A. Dudley Haff ’37 Mrs. Norman A. Hamlin (Hon.) Norman A. Hamlin ’44B James Harvie ’55 Paul W. Hayes ’54 (n) Kenneth L. Heitner ’64 David A. Helgerson ’77 Mr. and Mrs. James J. Henry ’35

Mark R. Henry ’62 Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hindle, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford E. Hoitt ’34 William J. Hooker ’53 Mr. and Mrs. Allen N. Hoyt ’36 Peter E. Jaquith ’65 Dr. and Mrs. Marie R. Karst Ronald K. Kiss ’63 Robert K. Kistler ’46 Edmund T. Klemmer ’44B David H. Klinges (Hon.) Jean R. Klinges Jennifer E. Kollmer ’91 Carl E. Kreidler ’20 Edwin Kreidler Frank A. Kuntz ’40 Mrs. Dorothy J. Kurz Mr. and Mrs. Duane H. Laible ’62 Horton W. Lain ’55 George Laing 1912 D. William Lerch III ’52 Carl E. Lindholm, Jr. ’50 Mr. and Mrs. G. James Lippmann ’51 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Livingston ’24 Mr. and Mrs. J. Lewis Luckenbach John A. Malone ’71 Henry S. Marcus ’65 (n) Willard V. Markey ’35 Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Martinson, Jr. ’53 Walter C. Maximowicz ’36 Joseph Mazurek (Hon.) Justin H. McCarthy ’55 H. Smith McKann ’38 Joel S. McMinn ’75 John J. McMullen (Hon.) Roy P. McPherson ’44B Robert G. Mende ’51 R. Keith Michel ’73 Walter H. Michel, Jr. ’39 Edmund C. Mortimer PG’63 James G. Motley 1914 John J. Nachtsheim ’47 Richard P. Neilson ’70 (n) John W. Newcomb ’66 Frank J. Nicosia 1918 John C. Niedermair 1918 Warren W. Oliver, Jr. ’50 Harriet C. Owens Robert H. Owens ’44A Jennifer B. Panosky ’85 Jay E. Paris ’64 Charles G. Pieroth ’61, PG’64 Philip M. Poullada ’78 Herman S. Preiser ’49

Randolph H. Pritchard ’18 Marian R. Quick Stanley L. Quick ’44A Edward Renshaw ’44A Scott Richards ’77 (n) Geoffrey S. Rivinius ’75 David R. Rodger ’63 John K. and Susan M. Roper ’53 Robin S. Rose ’09 Dr. Lester Rosenblatt, Sc.D. (Hon.) Mr. and Mrs. Clayton E. Royce ’46 James W. Royle, Jr. ’66 John W. Russell ’67 and Mary Fellows Albert W. Schede 1910 Joseph A. Schetz ’58 Charles J. Schoefer ’35 Daniel Schorsch ’58 Victor E. Scottron ’36 Dorothy Seeholzer James S. Shelton ’30 Steven C. Shepstone ’77 Paul Sieswerda Peter A. Silvia ’62 J. William Smith ’63 Richard A. Smith ’76 Mr. and Mrs. John F. Stahlin P’66 Richard A. Stearn ’39 James E. Steele ’41 Marjorie S. Stockdale Walmer E. Strope ’42 Winston B. Sutter ’53 Robert Taggart ’42 Thomas S. Taylor ’53 Philip Thiel ’43 (n) William duBarry Thomas ’51 Daniel H. Thompson ’57 Richard W. Thorpe ’55 Stephen R. Towne ’40 Lloyd M. Trefethen ’40 Arthur H. Trotter 1901 Roxie D. Vaughan Robert J. vom Saal ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Homer N. Wallin, Jr. PG’62 Edward B. Warchol ’37 Charles A. Ward 1904 Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. Ward PG’51 Abbott D. Weiss ’63 Robert M. Wilkinson ’51 Allan N. Wilson ’44B Ann B. Wilson Frank W. Wood ’40 G. Gilbert Wyland ’26

New member (n) | Deceased

MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT

Meeting the Challenge, Step by Step

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Rick P. Paradis Director of Development

“…steps were taken to bring a very special Webb message to all alumni: “We need your financial support.” Webbies answered the call on several levels.”

would like to begin my first Annual Report to the entire Webb community by saying how excited I am to be here, and how excited I am for the future of Webb Institute. As I have said to many of you in face-to-face conversations, I will do whatever it takes to ensure that the proper foundation is set for a successful major fundraising initiative in the future. As this report shows, it has been an extremely exciting year at Webb Institute on Long Island Sound in Glen Cove, NY. We continue to enjoy very impressive participation in our Annual Fund, especially the Webb Alumni Fund and Parent Annual Fund. Planned Giving also played a significant role this past fiscal year, and the implementation of a strategic Major Gifts program will lay the groundwork for Webb to continue its tradition of excellence. Efforts to further engage corporations and foundations will play an increasing role in the years to come. In October of 2011, following on the heels of CLAG 2, steps were taken to bring a very special Webb message to all alumni: “We need your financial support.” Webbies answered the call on several levels. Participation remains very high, and the Annual Fund’s total dollars raised was quite impressive. The Parent Annual Fund, too, continues to show encouraging gains, both in total dollars raised and participation. Alumni continue to make Webb a target of their philanthropy through gift planning. As documented throughout this report, Webb realized significant revenue from a number of estates, which shows that in the most traditional sense of fundraising Webbies are responding. Please note that we are updating the “Supporting Webb” pages on our website to include a fully interactive section on Planned Giving. As always, feel free to contact me with any questions. Webb also receives support from various corporations and foundations, and we will continue our efforts to attract additional support in these areas. Institutional leadership is investing its efforts in both areas with the goal of furthering our relationships with the organizations that gain the most from a Webb education. In closing, I would like to reiterate that our move to a major gifts focused fundraising program has the unanimous support of Webb’s Board of Trustees, administration, faculty, alumni and close friends. I believe this very initiative, when fully implemented, will allow Webb Institute to realize its full fundraising potential and preserve its “full tuition scholarship” model while becoming financially sustainable in perpetuity. The challenge is great… and it is a challenge we will meet.

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his year’s overview is written from the perspective of fundraising progress and our overall financial status. The Annual Report is replete with vital and stimulating reading so I will do my best to be brief Joseph J. Cuneo ’57 and to the point. Just as 2011 was a challenging year so was 2012. Every year since 2008 has been challenging for any investment portfolio, especially one that is so essential and depended upon to provide a major portion of financial support for operations. Financial results for Webb and our peer schools show that FY2012 was indeed a challenging year. Investment returns varied widely and our overall gain of .64% before withdrawals was in line with peer college and university endowment returns. This of course does not include gains some institutions experienced from major fundraising campaigns. The net result was that the corpus declined in value due to our continuing need to withdraw funds to support Webb’s operating costs. The diversity of our investments was carefully monitored throughout the fiscal year, and a number of adjustments were made to preserve capital during the very turbulent and trying last months of calendar 2011. Given that our endowment is not composed solely of stocks, but rather a diversity of assets including some fixed income investments, the S&P 500 is not truly an index that we can always expect to beat. In 2012 the Board’s Finance Committee adopted a very conservative method of calculating our draw rate by considering unanticipated and unrestricted planned gifts as additions to the portfolio rather than as current Annual Fund gifts. This has the net effect of making our draw rate appear higher than it would be if we counted those funds as current contributions from alumni. Using this approach our draw rate from the endowment was 7.07%: slightly in excess of the budgeted 6.9% and well in excess of our longer term goal of 4.75%. If we treated planned gifts as current contributions—as do many other schools—our draw rate for fiscal 2012 would be 5.8%, bringing Webb closer to achieving a long term sustainable position while maintaining our

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full tuition scholarship policy. This clearly illustrates the importance of planned gifts to Webb as one leg of the stool to return Webb to long term financial sustainability. The second leg of the stool is our Annual Fund and all of its components. The third leg of the stool is major gifts from within and beyond our immediate Webb family. All three are vital, now and in the years to come. While Webb is in no hurry to receive planned gifts and wishes all of us long and fulfilling lives, realization and 2013 expectations for planned gifts are strong, primarily based upon the passing of just one alumnus, Al Hoyt. We are fortunate in having added our new Director of Development, Rick Paradis, who has shown every indication of being an adept furniture maker, capable of making the stool larger and stronger in all respects. Annual giving has had its high points and its areas of concern. There is no more vital and relatively

predictable leg of the stool. Alumni giving, though increased, failed to reach the goal we set. But we came close: If all of those who participated in 2011 stayed the course in 2012 we would have made and passed the goal, easily. To those too many who give in an otherthan-regular annual manner let me add my personal plea to the repeated encouragements of John Malone and others. Your regular annual support, large or small, is vital to Webb. Percentage of alumni giving will be more important than ever as we work to strengthen that third leg of our stool. The success of other components of our annual giving has been gratifying, even stellar in the case of the Parents Fund. I wouldn’t be surprised to see the percentage of parents giving soon surpass that of our alumni. Our thanks a thousand-fold to Alison and Hal Granger. Another scholarship gift of $100,000 from ABS added to make 2012 overall a very successful fundraising year.

1 S U M M A RY O F F I N A N C I A L R E S U LT S FY 2012*

FY 2011

FY 2010

FY 2009

FY 2008

FY 2007

Operating revenue (excluding Endowment)

$3,789,646

$3,106,659

$2,402,918

$3,006,162

$2,878,801

$2,140,705

Endowment income funds used for operations

$3,441,430

$3,742,716

$3,341,506

$3,636,751

$3,645,897

$4,206,073

Total operating revenue

$7,231,076

$6,849,375

$5,744,424

$6,642,913

$6,524,698

$6,346,778

Total operating expense

$7,670,806**

$6,916,083

$5,897,465

$6,404,379

$6,244,251

$6,007,758

General operating cash Fixed assets, net Investments

$235,537

$597,503

$203,604

$235,716

$274,336

$307,201

$8,922,416

$8,012,445

$7,798,146

$8,143,290

$8,198,283

$8,256,531

(endowment, chairs…)

$49,755,621

All other assets Total Assets

$1,639,420 $60,552,994

Loans and payables Total annual return on investments S&P 500 total annual return

$50,238,927 $43,532,247 $40,284,976 $56,652,094 $59,943,606 $2,186,904

$2,498,532

$3,056,106

$1,245,770

$3,639,297

$61,035,779 $54,032,529 $51,720,088 $66,370,483 $72,146,635

$1,926,210

$1,361,111

$1,223,049

$1,311,187

$1,372,464

$1,240,985

.64%

23.5%

14.9%

-23.7%

-3.1%

19.2%

5.45%

30.7%

14.4%

-26.2%

-13.1%

20.6%

* Pre-audit report ** Includes capital asset acquisitions of Webb and capital items obtained under two federal grants and does NOT include depreciation expense of $557,729.

2 PROGRESS OF ENDOWMENT DRAW RELATIVE TO PLAN

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008

Rolling Avg. Endowment*

Planning Committee Draw Objective**

Actual Draw

Planning Committee Budgeted Draw

Actual Draw

Actual Draw Over/(under) Budgeted Draw

$48,657,132 $50,093,363 $52,293,559 $56,524,228 $54,689,327

6.90% 5.80% 6.40% 7.10% 7.60%

7.07% 7.47% 6.39% 6.43% 6.67%

$3,356,354 $2,913,858 $3,346,788 $4,013,220 $4,156,389

$3,441,430 $3,742,716 $3,341,506 $3,636,751 $3,645,897

$85,076 $828,858 ($5,282) ($376,469) ($510,492)

$17,786,609

$17,808,300

($21,691)

TOTAL FYs 2008–2012 *

Prior to 2011, the rolling endowment was calculated by using the average of the prior three years. Starting in 2011, the rolling average is calculated by using the average of the prior 20 quarters. ** Draw rate objectives for 2013 - 2017 gradually reducing to 4.75% in 2017.

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Given the protracted challenging financial environment, Webb continues to operate with an austerity budget philosophy—though a cursory look at the numbers might lead one to think otherwise. Over the past two years our reported annual operating expenditures grew from slightly less than $5.9 million in fiscal 2010 to almost $7.7 million in fiscal 2012. Just as in fiscal 2011, the numbers alone tell only one part of the story. A major enhancement of the Model Basin and a new flow channel materially improving the facilities and experimental capabilities of both, were entirely funded by a government grant discussed in last year’s report. The costs of these and other funded initiatives total $891,537 in fiscal 2012. Other capital expenses were $798,401, largely covering the very effective replacement of Webb’s waterfront bulkhead. These improvements, complemented

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by our Distance Learning Center, are vital to the continued enrichment of the Webb learning experience. Adjusting recurring operating costs to reflect these non-recurring charges would bring the 2012 total operating expenses to within a very few percent of the 2010 number. We have been operating on an austere basis but we are making major progress nonetheless! Our focus is and always has been on maintaining the strongest faculty and facilities to provide what is arguably the nation’s broadest and best engineering education. We have successfully managed the replacement of our irreplaceable Dean and several retiring faculty members with strong and equally irreplaceable new faces, all accomplished while broadening the expertise of our teaching skills and experience. Notwithstanding our austerity budget, we are examining new initiatives to expand Webb’s capabilities—some of which can

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only be achieved with major philanthropic support. That support will be sought from all existing constituencies but also from new friends of Webb. We have engaged the services of a leading capital campaign consultant to assist us in identifying and cultivating relationships with the broader philanthropic community. Based upon this work a new phrase has been increasingly evident. Not only is Webb “America’s Toughest” and “Most Loved” school, it is also “America’s Best Kept Secret” in higher education. Each one of you can help to change that in your day-to-day activities and by letting us know of any connections you may have with people or foundations who might be interested in Webb’s mission. Support for Webb comes in many forms, and it is vital for us to continue to fulfill our mission and to perpetuate the ideals and goals of our founder, William H. Webb.

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1.7%

9.3%

8.0% 9.7% 32.0%

14.8%

2.8% 0.5%

39.6%

46.5% 1.9% 1.6% 2.0% 2.2%

14.9%

9.0%

2.5% 0.4%

10.4%

6.0%

6.2% 14.8%

4.1%

9.6%

Endowment income & funds used for operations (4.75% draw goal) Endowment income – ABS & McMullen endowed chairs (part of 4.75% draw total)

4.2%

27.3%

6.9%

Instruction

$3,039,173

Food services

$530,115

Institutional support

$2,096,431

Utilities

$318,490

Auxiliary enterprises

Service agreements

$314,514

Student services

Salaries & benefits $2,311,338

$436,407

$3,567,112

Endowment income & funds used for operations (above 4.75%) includes: - Hoyt estate proceeds $600,000 - Other sources $93,685

Capital expenses

$798,401

Academic support

Insurance

$191,740

TOTAL FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES

Repairs & maintenance

$169,992

Webb Alumni Fund

Professional fees, dues & subscriptions $151,565

Other contributions Planned giving Room & board SMART scholarship

$1,067,233 $450,984 $30,000 $1,078,800 $39,500

NEEC grant for Distance Learning Center $202,202 ONR grant for towing-tank upgrades

$799,652

Miscellaneous

$121,275

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE * Audited

Student activities, travel, training

$688,071 $1,131,444 $715,686 $7,670,806

$123,109

NEEC grant for Distance Learning Center $146,250 ONR grant towing-tank upgrades Other† TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES

$745,287 $614,231 $7,670,806

† Supplies, travel & entertainment, charitable gift annuitants, scholarship expenses, postage, staff development, miscellaneous

$7,231,076

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Generosity Paves a Path to the Future:

Scholarships & Endowments at Webb “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” –Sir Winston Churchill

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ebb Institute’s ability to sustain its existence is directly related to its ability to attract funds for endowments and scholarships—funds that support our students, faculty and staff. Unlike typical college and university revenue models, Webb offers “full tuition” scholarships to every student, making endowment and scholarship proceeds extremely important to funding the institution. From the start Webb Institute has relied upon its endowment, through funds provided by William H. Webb and later through the generosity of alumni, family and friends. Endowments are the very core of every non-profit’s long-term financial health, allowing the institution to exist in perpetuity; at Webb these funds are the very lifeblood that has helped sustain us since the beginning. The concept is as relevant today as it was in 1889, when William H. Webb established the original endowment. Webb is supported by a variety of endowments, including endowed professorships, scholarships and other endowed funds designated for various purposes. Scholarships—need or merit-based, available to freshmen, sophomores, juniors or seniors, or targeted for specific purposes—help Webb attract and retain the best and brightest young minds. Securing these types of gifts takes time and energy, but obviously, it is well worth the effort: Webb is a magical place supported by extraordinary donors.

Following is a list of various endowments and scholarships. On behalf of the entire institution, we thank everyone who has contributed or helped support Webb in one way or another with any of these most significant gifts. SCHOLARSHIPS: American Bureau of Shipping Scholarship Brockett Grant Scholarship Class of 1956 Scholarship Thomas B. Crowley Sr. Memorial Scholarship Dunderberg Undergraduate Scholarship Glosten Scholars Endowment Scholarship John J. Hopkinson Scholarship Allen N. ’36 and Cordella M. Hoyt Scholarship Marty Johnson ’88 Memorial Scholarship Kurz Family Scholarship Jonathan Lance ‘80 Scholarship League Scholarship H. Smith McKann Scholarship McMullen Family Foundation Scholarship Olsen Family Scholarship Corky Sautkulis Scholarship Charles A. Ward Scholarship Alfred M. Zeien ’52 Scholarship Women’s Propeller Club Scholarship NON-SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENTS: Jill and Roger Compton Endowment for the Performing Arts R. Peaslee DuMont ’32 Scholarship Jacques B. Hadler Endowment for Research A. Dudley Haff ’37 Willard V. Markey ’35 Webb Cultural Enrichment Endowment ENDOWED P ROF E S S OR SH I P S / C HA I R S : American Bureau of Shipping Chair of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering J. J. Henry Professorship of Naval Architecture J. J. McMullen Professorship of Humanities Mandell and Lester Rosenblatt Professorship of Marine Engineering Shirley N. and Stephen B. Towne Professorship of Ship Design

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Spirit of Generosity Zeien Expands Benefactor Role lfred M. Zeien ’52, one of Webb Institute’s most notable alumni, has once again recognized a need at Webb and responded in an incredibly thoughtful and generous way. Mr. Zeien’s first major gift was $1 million in 1999, to create the highly successful Zeien Lecture Series, which exposes Webb students to a wide variety of global issues and augments the highly specialized curriculum.

In the end, the Zeiens donated another million dollars to endow a scholarship that would offset the tuition for one Webb student in perpetuity.”

Top left: Alfred M. Zeien ’52; Bottom left: 2011 Zeien Scholar Eric Harris ’14.

During a visit with President and Mrs. Olsen at the Zeien home, Mr. and Mrs. Zeien, always sensitive to the changing needs of Webb Institute, asked for a candid answer about how they could help Webb once again. In the end, the Zeien’s donated another million dollars to endow a scholarship that would offset the tuition for one Webb student in perpetuity. The first such student: Eric Harris ’14. Eric was selected to carry the title Zeien Scholar, an honor that publically recognizes both the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Zeien and the stellar academic and leadership performance Eric has shown. Upon Eric’s graduation, the honor will be bestowed upon another sophomore. Al Zeien has a stellar academic and leadership record of his own. Following his graduation from Webb Institute in 1952, he earned an M.B.A. at Harvard Business School, and Webb awarded him a Sc.D. in 1997. Mr. Zeien is retired Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of the Gillette Company, which he joined in 1968. Prior to joining Gillette, he held a number of operational, sales and financial posts in the marine industry, including involvement with the early work on nuclear submarines, and ultimately served as the operating head of the General Dynamics Shipyard in Quincy, Massachusetts. He has been on the boards of a wide variety of major corporations, hospitals, and oceanographic agencies. Here at Webb, however, Mr. Zeien will be remembered not just for his success and business aptitude but for the generosity that will help the best and brightest to succeed as he did.

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Student Organization Leaders and the Class of 2016 visiting New York City.

Cumulative Giving The William H. Webb Society was established to honor Webb’s most loyal contributors, those whose total cumulative giving to Webb Institute exceeds $25,000. The leadership shown by this group of donors is truly appreciated. Thank you to the following alumni, trustees, parents of students and alumni, corporations and foundations for your incredible generosity and dedication to Webb.

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Laureate Fellows $1,000,000 +

Laureate Leaders $250,000 to $499,999

Founding $100,000 to $249,999

American Bureau of Shipping John O. Crafts 1902 Kate I. Luckenbach J. Lewis Luckenbach H. Smith McKann ’38 John J. McMullen (Hon.) James G. Motley 1914 Stephen R. Towne ’40 Alfred M. Zeien ’52

Victor W. Bethge ’53 (n) Arthur A. Burr ’54 Crowley Maritime Corporation Dr. Jerry W. Cuthbert (n) Leslie B. Durant ’39 GAMCO Asset Management Company Richard A. Goldbach ’58 Robert D. Goldbach ’58 A. Dudley Haff ’37 (n) James J. Henry ’35 J. J. Henry Company, Inc. Robert K. Kistler ’46 Mrs. and Mrs. Duane H. Laible ’62 Willard V. Markey ’35 Metro Machine Corporation Owen H. Oakley ’37 Robert H. Owens ’44A Lester Rosenblatt (Hon.) John W. Russell ’67 Richard W. Thorpe ’55 Peter Van Dyke ’60

Mario Iacobucci Andrea ’39 Carl B. ’25 and Florence H. Aster Joyce P. Bethge (Hon.) GP’05 Donald L. Caldera ’57 (n) Jay P. Carson ’73 Alexander Delli Paoli ’50 Kenneth W. Fisher ’64 Thomas F. FitzGerald ’34 Lawrence R. Glosten ’40 Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Graziano (Hon.) Kenneth L. Heitner ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Clifford E. Hoitt ’34 Ronald K. Kiss ’63 (n) Charles Kurz II (Hon.) McMullen Family Foundation Roy P. McPherson ’44B Walter H. Michel, Jr. ’39 John W. Newcomb ’66 (n) Northrop Grumman Newport News Shipbuilding Richard Pomfret ’62 (n) Randolph H. Pritchard ’18

Laureate Sustainers $500,000 to $999,999 William J. Blanton, Jr. ’71 Joseph J. Cuneo ’57 John C. Couch, Sc.D. (Hon.) ExxonMobil Development Corp. (n) Cordella M. Hoyt (n) Allen N. Hoyt ’36 (n) Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Lenfest Mr. and Mrs. John A. Livingston ’24

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Marian R. Quick Stanley L. Quick ’44A John K. Roper ’53 Mr. and Mrs. Clayton E. Royce ’46 George A. Sawyer Joseph A. Schetz ’58 Daniel Schorsch ’58 Victor E. Scottron ’36 Dr. and Mrs. James H. Simons James E. Steele ’41 Walmer E. Strope ’42 Reuben W. Taylor, Jr. ’55 Thomas S. Taylor ’53 The Bostonian Society/ Boston Historical The Glosten Associates, Inc. (n) The James J. Henry Charitable Trust The Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers The TK Foundation Anthony A. Urbanelli ’75 Van Dyke Family Foundation (n) Homer N. Wallin, Jr. PG’62 (n) Edward B. Warchol ’37 Grace Ward Lawrence W. Ward PG’51 Edward R. Weber ’42 Geoffrey D. M. Wilkie ’82 (n)

Sustaining $50,000 to $99,999 George W. Birkhead ’63 Boeing Matching Gift Programs Bollinger Foundation (n) Mr. Donald Bollinger (n) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Burns P’08 Richard C. Celotto ’73 Alvin E. Cox ’41 Katherine Dixon P’11 S. Keith Dixon P’11 Richard G. Eddy ’55 Frederick P. Eisenbiegler ’46 (n) George A. Gilmore ’57 Jerrier A. Haddad (Hon.) Jacques B. Hadler (Hon.) James Harvie ’55 Edmund T. Klemmer ’44B Ulrich H. Koch ’55 Joseph A. Kochanczyk ’41 Carl E. Kreidler ’20 Horton W. Lain ’55 Timothy S. Leach ’91 Lockheed Martin Corporation Foundation M. Rosenblatt & Son, Inc.

New member (n) | Deceased

John A. Malone ’71 Thomas N. Manuel ’54 Mark F. Martecchini ’79 Wayne D. Martin ’67 Albert M. Martinson, Jr. ’53 Gregory M. Matzat ’89 Justin H. McCarthy ’55 (n) McMullen Family Foundation (n) Robert G. Mende ’51 R. Keith Michel ’73 Richards T. Miller ’40 Steven Pagan ’88 (n) John R. Paul ’69 Edward Renshaw ’44A Bruce S. Rosenblatt (Hon.) Mr. Steven T. Scalzo Peter A. Silvia ’62 (n) Philip J. Sims ’71 Ted A. Slotwinski ’73 The Ambrose Monell Foundation The G. Unger Vetlesen Foundation (n) William duBarry Thomas ’51 Christopher N. Tupper ’75 Charles G. Visconti ’55 Webb Alumni Association Peter F. Weber ’74 Capt. and Mrs. William E. Weisert ’40, USN (Ret.) Thomas A. Wheaton ’77 Steven F. Wolgamot ’69 (n) Adin K. Woodward ’43 Charles Zeien ’50

Leadership $25,000 to $49,999 Benjamin B. Ackers ’97 Ronald J. Altmann ’63 Catherine M. Anderson ’93 Ms. Barbara L. Aster Paul E. Atkinson ’42 Montgomery Banister ’44A George J. Berger ’66 F. Roland Bjorklund ’66 Thomas H. Bond ’45 David M. Bovet ’70 Judson B. Broome ’91 Timothy N. Buffum ’44A Steven G. Buttner ’70 Mr. Edward J. Campbell Lincoln D. Cathers ’56 (n) Paul D. Chapman ’67 (n) Chevron Humankind Employee Funds Community Foundation of NJ (n) Roger H. Compton ’61, PG’64 R. Perry Connell ’97

Michael Costagliola ’42 Paul H. Diehl ’56 Mr. Edward C. DuMont Mr. and Mrs. R. Peaslee DuMont ’32 Stephen C. Dvorak ’50 Kathleen W. Eddy John L. R. Edgar III ’87 S. Allen Face III ’70 James A. Fay ’44B Peter B. Fontneau ’68 R. Mark Forssell ’55 Foss Maritime Company C. Larry French (Hon.) Peter A. Gale ’59 John P. Gallagher ’74 Edward F. Ganly ’36 (n) Charles Garland ’58 General Dynamics NASSCO General Electric Corporation Thomas W. Gillette ’52 (n) Patrick J. Gilmartin (Hon.) Richard A. Gilmore ’77 Leslie M. Gray III ’68 Mr. and Mrs. David L. Greene P’95 Mr. and Mrs. Scott Harlan P’12 (n) Paul W. Hayes ’54 Robert J. Healy ’83 Herbert Engineering Corp. John G. Hill ’36 Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hindle, Jr. John D. Holman ’44B Manuel G. Hontoria ’88 Albert S. Hove ’55 William C. Hurt III ’59 (n) George A. Johnson ’36 Frank Joyce ’44A Stephen R. Judson ’74 Anthony Karpich ’36 David H. Klinges (Hon.) Jennifer E. Kollmer ’91 Thomas E. Koster ’67 Frank A. Kuntz ’40 Kurz Foundation Alfred Kurzenhauser ’51 Jon J. LaBerge ’76 (n) George Laing 1912 David S. Lawson, Jr. ’55 Gabriel F. Lefebvre, Jr. ’52 Carl E. Lindholm, Jr. ’50 Eric W. Linsner ’70 Lloyd’s Register of Shipping Harrison T. Loeser ’43 Carolyn MacCormack Edward M. MacCutcheon ’37 Endel Mann ’60

Marine Resources Group Maritrans, Inc. Joseph Mazurek (Hon.) Eugene R. Miller, Jr. ’64 James A. Mulcahey ’42 Richard A. Mulford ’61 John J. Nachtsheim ’47 Richard P. Neilson ’70 (n) Jason M. Neuman ’93 Francis X. Nicastro ’56 Warren W. Oliver, Jr. ’50 Jennifer B. Panosky ’85 Robert V. Pierce ’50 (n) Charles G. Pieroth ’61, PG’64 Philip M. Poullada ’78 Irving G. Raphael ’67 Scott Richards ’77 Rolls-Royce Naval Marine Inc. James W. Royle, Jr. ’66 Richard Schmitt ’62 Eugene Schorsch ’52 Alfred H. Schwendtner ’54 SeaRiver Maritime, Inc. Steven C. Shepstone ’77 (n) Joseph A. Signorelli ’54 (n) Richard A. Smith ’76 Richard T. Soper (Hon.) Walter W. Spalckhaver ’22 John A. Springer III ’82 David G. St. Amand ’77 (n) Mr. and Mrs. David Stone P’06 (n) Steve M. Stone ’06 (n) Winston B. Sutter ’53 Henry B. Suydam ’43 Robert Taggart ’42 The Gerda and Ole Skaarup Foundation (n) The Glosten Associates, Inc. Charles E. Thornhill ’42 Mr. Stephen A. Van Dyck Paul G. Vibrans ’71 Edward V. Vienckowski ’78 Robert J. vom Saal ’67 Michael J. Whalen ’79 Dr. George O. Williams Robert L. Williams ’54 W. Brett Wilson ’75 Frank W. Wood ’40

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HOW TO BUILD A SHIP IN ROCKVILLE CENTRE SOUND BITE

Students in South Side High School’s Engineering Club visited Webb Institute to prepare for the “Anything That Floats Race” on June 3 at Beekman Beach in Oyster Bay. With their teacher Todd Russo, the students toured the Institute, an elite engineering college specializing in naval architecture and marine engineering, founded by prominent shipbuilder William H. Webb. South Side students met with the Institute’s dean, Rick Neilson, and Webb students Samantha Griswold, Chris Licato, Eric Harris and Nolan Conway, who assisted them in organizing their ideas. The South Side students divided into groups to present their ideas as they discussed the Archimedes

Principle and vessel dimensions, along with other calculations. They will begin the process of searching for recyclable materials and designing and building their boat or flotation device. Last year South Side competed and placed third in the competition, which pits them against other Long Island schools and individuals who are up for the challenge. To win, they must navigate the course as quickly as possible and be as creative and colorful as possible. This year they will compete in the senior division, and hope to take first place. Article reprinted with permission from Rockville Centre Herald, ©2012 Richner Communications, Inc.

Pictured above: Members of South Side High School’s Engineering Club recently visited The Webb Institute, which has prepared the nation’s shipbuilders for more than a century. From left, were science teacher Todd Russo, Chris Licato, Eric Harris, Samantha Griswold, Connor Bogue, Matt Giovanello, Patrick Edell, Max Kramer, Adam Moss, Thomas Ryan, Chris Connely, Alex Rosser, Megan Connely, Sean Lenihan, Mairead Milan, Nassir Jones, Justin Silverman, David Slone, Matthew Aliotta and Webb Institute’s Dean Rick Neilson. Photo courtesy Lauren Moss.

“ F I R S T ” R O B O T I C S AT W E B B SOUND BITE

There are a number of students at Webb Institute who were involved in FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics in high school. Their interest has continued and several have volunteered at FIRST Robotics competitions around Long Island. Nolan Conway ’15 led a one-day workshop at Webb in October to provide guidance to interested Long Island FIRST Robotics teams on how to organize, develop and execute a successful entry. The workshop included several Webb students with FIRST Robotics experience. This rewarding event was attended by more than 80 high school students who are now very excited about Webb Institute.

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50+ YEARS

2012 Webb Tennis Team at the U.S. Tennis Center. ter.

Webb Every Year (WebbEY) Program The implementation of the Webb Every Year (WebbEY) Program was instituted during our 2006–2007 Annual Fund Campaign. Loyal donors are the cornerstone of Webb’s success. Initially, this program recognized alumni consecutive years of giving and now includes family and friends. Gift amount is irrelevant; this program was created strictly to recognize our donors’ consistency of support. In appreciation of this important commitment of consecutive years of giving, Webb Institute is proud to present pins for consecutive giving at five, twenty, twenty-five, and fifty years. Every year, WebbEY pins and certificates are mailed to qualifying alumni, family and friends. Thank you to all our dedicated WebbEYs; your contributions enable Webb Institute to continue to maintain its status as the premier college of naval architecture and marine engineering. The following is the most recent list of our loyal donors who have attained the honor of becoming a WebbEY.

The names of DECEASED members are italicized.

Victor W. Bethge ’53 Thomas H. Bond ’45 Donald L. Caldera ’57 Lincoln D. Cathers ’56 Albert R. Chovit ’51 W. Edward Christiansen ’58 Roger H. Compton ’61, PG’64 Joseph J. Cuneo ’57 Jerry W. Cuthbert ’56 Frank P. Falci, Jr. ’54 James A. Fay ’44B R. Mark Forssell ’55 Charles Garland ’58 George A. Gilmore ’57 James Harvie ’55 Mark R. Henry ’62 Albert S. Hove ’55 Peter A. Johnson ’56 Donald E. Kane, Jr. ’48 Robert L. Kelly ’46 Edmund T. Klemmer ’44B Horton W. Lain ’55 John W. Larson ’53 David S. Lawson, Jr. ’55 Gabriel F. Lefebvre, Jr. ’52A Endel Mann ’60 Thomas N. Manuel ’54 Justin H. McCarthy ’55 Robert G. Mende ’51 Richards T. Miller ’40 Francis X. Nicastro ’56 Ronald C. Olander ’55 Robert H. Owens ’44A Charles G. Pieroth ’61, PG’64 Alfred I. Raff ’58 Robert B. Reed ’45 Joseph A. Schetz ’58 Arthur W. Schmidt ’48 Daniel Schorsch ’58 Eugene Schorsch ’52 Frederick Seibold, Jr. ’61 John J. Slager ’49 Winston B. Sutter ’53 Henry B. Suydam ’43 Reuben W. Taylor, Jr. ’55 William duBarry Thomas ’51 Charles G. Visconti ’55 Robert M. Wilkinson ’51

2 5 YEARS Ronald J. Altmann ’63 Robyn J. Anders ’64 Mark R. Bebar ’70 George W. Birkhead ’63 David M. Bovet ’70

Arthur A. Burr ’54 Steven G. Buttner ’70 Mark D. Caplan ’85 Richard C. Celotto ’73 David S. Chapman ’72 Richard A. Claytor PG’56 Robert M. Conachey ’80 Alexander Delli Paoli ’50 Douglas H. Dirks ’66 John L. R. Edgar III ’87 Kenneth W. Fisher ’64 Peter B. Fontneau ’68 Mrs. Elinor R. Freinberg Mark W. Gagnon ’82 Richard A. Gilmore ’77 Lance O. Guliani ’81 John W. Hall ’63 Raymond S. Hall, Jr. ’58 James R. Hancock ’67 Robert B. Hedges ’53 Kenneth L. Heitner ’64 David A. Helgerson ’77 Dane M. Hendrix ’84 David S. Homiak ’75 John F. Ince ’66 Peter E. Jaquith ’65 Ralph E. Johnson ’68 Stephen R. Judson ’74 Ronald K. Kiss ’63 Philip C. Koenig ’80 Maurice J. Laurier ’50 D. William Lerch III ’52 John A. Malone ’71 Henry S. Marcus ’65 Thomas P. Mastronarde ’69 Thomas W. Mattson ’67 Paul B. Mentz ’64 John W. Newcomb ’66 Robert H. Owens ’77 Jonathan G. Parrott ’79 George A. Petersen ’51 Philip M. Poullada ’78 David R. Rodger ’63 Edward W. Ross ’45 James W. Royle, Jr. ’66 Richard Schmitt ’62 Ted A. Slotwinski ’73 J. William Smith ’63 Paul G. Snyder ’69 Richard T. Soper (Hon.) Robert J. Stortstrom ’77 William B. Terney ’60 Philip Thiel ’43 John Vasilakos ’77 Joseph M. Verdon ’63

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Edward V. Vienckowski ’78 Robert J. vom Saal ’67 Carl P. Wilson ’51 Steven F. Wolgamot ’69 John B. Woodward ’45 Robert B. Zubaly ’55

2 0 YEARS Anonymous Allyn V. Bress PG’59 Stuart C. Bunnell ’70 George L. Colborn ’54X Paul H. Diehl ’56 Victoria Dlugokecki ’88 James R. Dwyer ’72 Philip R. Faurot ’51 Alan G. Forssell ’53 Daniel H. Harris ’85 Charles E. Hawkins IV ’91 Karl L. Kirkman ’65 Ulrich H. Koch ’55 Jennifer E. Kollmer ’91 Stephen D. Koopman ’91 Eric W. Linsner ’70 Christopher T. Loeser ’70 Jim McMahon ’85 Vito R. Milano PG ’60 Eugene R. Miller, Jr. ’64 Steven Pagan ’88 Robert V. Pierce ’50 Mark D. Pudlo ’87 Irving G. Raphael ’67 Geoffrey S. Rivinius ’75 John K. Roper ’53 Joseph G. Rudnicki ’73 Arthur C. Sargent ’53 Lewis R. Sheldon III ’73 Edward Shope ’59 Michael L. Silber ’63 John W. Sims ’52 Philip J. Sims ’71 Thomas S. Taylor ’53 Christopher N. Tupper ’75 Peter Van Dyke ’60 Lawrence W. Ward PG’51 Robert L. Williams ’54

15 YEARS Anonymous Benjamin B. Ackers ’97 Michelle L. Adam ’97 Jonathan R. Amy ’70 Catherine M. Anderson ’93 James K. Antrim ’72 L. Dennis Ballou PG’61

David B. Benson ’56 George J. Berger ’66 Scott D. Black ’90 Robert H. Bolling ’97 Albert H. Bowers, III ’62 Joseph L. Brennan ’79 Joseph A. Burns ’62 Thomas W. Campbell ’69 William M. Cannon ’65 Jay P. Carson ’73 Thomas W. Chadwick ’72 Fred B. Chester ’66 Michael D. Comens ’72 Kenneth E. Court ’60 Robert L. Ediin ’54 Kenneth W. Faulter ’81 Mr. and Mrs. John E. Fielding P’96 J. Carey Filling, Jr. ’93 Geoffrey D. Fuller ’72 Peter A. Gale ’59 John P. Gallagher ’74 Daniel B. Gebhardt ’95 Michael L. Gerardi ’82 Thomas W. Gillette ’52 John L. Glaeser ’68 Douglas M. Gluntz ’57 Douglas C. Goldhirsch ’85 John A. Graap, Jr. ’61 William O. Gray (Hon.) Gregory M. Griffin ’77 Charles L. Grover III ’58 Christoph A. Grueneis ’92 Jerrier A. Haddad (Hon.) Jacques B. Hadler (Hon.) William B. Hale ’78 Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hale P’78 Barbara Hamlin (Hon.) William E. Hanks ’44B Nancy A. Harris ’88 Paul W. Hayes ’54 Mrs. Jo Ann Healy P’89 John F. Hillmann ’56 Jay S. Howell, Jr. ’72 Bob Huret ’65X Mrs. Jessica Hurt P’01 J. Ronald Hutcheson ’61 D. Michael Hutchings ’95 David G. Kalb PG’67 Joseph J. Kelleher ’84 Mr. and Mrs. David Kleiman P’87 David H. Klinges (Hon.) Mr. and Mrs. L. Randall Koenig P’80 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kupferer P’99

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Charles Kurz II (Hon.) Jon Jay LaBerge ’76 Heidi C. Landen-Greene ’96 Bridget F. Lisnyk-Washlack (Hon.) Wilbur J. Mahony PG ’58 Gregory M. Matzat ’89 Bernard C. Mayer ’57 William R. McCreight ’67 Bill R. McEachen ’84 Thad J. Michael ’97 R. Keith Michel ’73 Eugene R. Miller III ’96 Melissa K. Morgan ’86 Edmund C. Mortimer PG’63 Brian M. Mulligan ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mutnick P’96 Jason M. Neuman ’93 Erik Nilsson ’93 Henry A. Olson ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Alfred R. Pagan P’88 Jennifer B. Panosky ’85 Jay E. Paris ’64 Thomas J. Perrotti, Jr. ’85 George H. Plude ’54X Richard Pomfret ’62 Herman S. Preiser ’49 David C. Purdy ’50 Mr. and Mrs. Brandt A. Rising P’93 Paul W. Risseeuw ’65 Richard C. Rodi ’64X John W. Russell ’67 Kit Ryan ’67 Christine Schleicher ’89 Dean M. Schleicher ’88 Alfred H. Schwendtner ’54 Robert C. Seiwell, Jr. ’69 Reed D. Sigfridson ’73 Joseph A. Signorelli ’54 Peter A. Silvia ’62 Richard A. Smith ’76 David G. St. Amand ’77 Luke L. Suda ’80 Donald J. Szostak ’59 Catherine A. Tedesco ’94 Wayne S. Thayer ’80 Daniel H. Thompson ’57 Bernard M. Thomson III ’66 Edmund G. Tornay ’56 Kirk E. Torstenson ’93 Owen W. Tredennick ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Turns P’00 Anthony A. Urbanelli ’75 Paul G. Vibrans ’71

William G. Wallace ’65 Paul T. Weber ’92 Peter F. Weber ’74 Abbott D. Weiss ’63 Jana Wesson ’95 Michael J. Whalen ’79 Thomas A. Wheaton ’77 Geoffrey D. M. Wilkie ’82 Karl R. Witmer ’75 Daniel W. Yannitell ’62 Don B. Young ’60 Peter B. Zahn ’80 Gary R. Zane ’77 Peter F. Zink ’72

1 0 YEARS Anonymous Dennis F. Antweiler ’71X Ryan J. Babb ’02 Kevin D. Baetsen ’77 Gerald E. Bellows ’71 Gwendalyn D. Benoit ’01 James B. Benoit ’01 Michael R. Birmann ’86 F. Roland Bjorklund ’66 Matthew D. Blake ’78 Andrew S. Bond ’98 Jeffrey B. Bowles ’00 Thomas P. Brewton ’74 Terry E. Brockett ’62 Judson B. Broome ’91 Corey L. Bruno ’02 Ian R. Busch ’88 Peter D. Canning ’72 Chad S. Caron ’98 Yongjun Chen PG’99 Mr. and Mrs. Allen Chin Louis T. Codega ’78 Matt Collette ’99 Anthony T. Constable ’02 Karyn V. Cox ’02 Dudley A. Dawson ’71 Jacqueline A. DeSpirito ’02 Nicholas M. Dombrowski ’02 Grant B. Dugan ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eaton P’06 Dr. and Mrs. John Edinger P’99 Jon K. Elliott PG’68 Allen D. Evans ’61 Jaye Falls ’95 Kimberly A. Fisher ’86 Willa N. France ’72 Douglas H. Frauenberger ’02 Mr. Howard Frauenberger P’02 Scott G. Furr ’00 Neil J. Gallagher ’78

Bradley D. Golden ’99 Patrick J. Goss ’90 David J. Grant ’98 Stuart R. Greene ’95 James N. Greenlees ’72 David W. Gustavson ’78 Thomas R. Hagner ’66 John G. Harrison ’70 Theresa Haven ’92 Brian D. Heberley ’01 T. Mark Herder ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Herinckx P’06 Russell H. Hoffman ’74 Ernest L. Holmboe ’61 John C. Hootman ’01 Michael J. Hughes ’88 Alma C. M. Jacobson ’01 Donald R. Jacobson ’01 Richard D. Jaffin ’45 Mrs. Patricia B. Jeffers P’01 Robert S. Johnson ’59 Albert N. Kamahi ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Kehl P’91 Thomas E. Koster ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Lee P’89 Marc T. Limeri ’77 Mrs. Roger M. Luke Duncan T. MacLane ’78 Donald M. MacPherson ’80 Jeffrey S. Magrane ’89 Robert J. Marinelli ’73 James W. McCoy ’57 Gary W. McCue ’75 Robert McGowan ’62 Clifford P. Meyer ’60 David G. Moorhead ’65 Richard A. Mulford ’61 Ian Mutnick ’96 Richard P. Neilson ’70 Dr. and Mrs. Carl R. Partanen P’87 George B. Patterson ’57 David R. Pedrick ’70 Craig A. Pomeroy ’83 Walter D. Rabe ’70 Robert C. Ranzenbach ’82 Lisa M. Read ’97 Mr. Mason Read P’97 Mrs. Mason Read P’97 Edward A. Rerisi ’96 Robert K. Richardson ’60 Thomas C. Rider ’82 Benjamin E. Rising ’93 Bruce S. Rosenblatt (Hon.) Karen G. Rossbach ’91

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Eric Runnerstrom ’69 Kenneth Rusinek ’72 Jennifer R. Ryan ’99 Christian Saether ’75 Spencer A. Schilling, Jr. ’82 David M. Shepard ’85 Steven C. Shepstone ’77 John E. Sirutis ’67 Luke A. Shingledecker ’00 Nathan A. Smith ’01 Douglas L. Snediker ’98, PG’99 Joel P. Sodowsky ’96, PG’97 Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Soletic P’08 J. Niel Spillane ’50 John A. Springer III ’82 Jeremy A. Stahlin ’66 Jerry L. Steiner ’70 Oren L. Stephans ’59 Larry K. Stephens ’63 Joseph F. Stroschein ’56 Matthew P. Tedesco ’91 Richard W. Thorpe ’55 Lennert O. Thunberg ’58 Jeanne E. Torstenson ’93, PG’97 Elizabeth A. Tuckel ’01 Jason P. Updegraph ’01 John D. Van Buskirk ’76 Ms. Stephanie Van Denburg P’01 Stephen J. Van Denburg ’01 Edward S. Van Dusen ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Philip L. Vittetoe P’94 Phillip J. Wagner ’78 J. Michael Wallace ’62 Peter K. Wallace ’93 Homer N. Wallin, Jr. PG’62 Britton R. Ward ’95 Jennifer K. Waters ’91 Thomas J. Waters ’89 William A. Watts ’76 Gabriel D. Weymouth ’01 Elizabeth E. White ’99 Stephen D. White ’99 Dr. George O. Williams W. Brett Wilson ’75 Douglas M. Wolff ’77 Jerod L. Wyman ’98 Thomas E. Zielinski ’72

5 YEARS Anonymous Kenneth C. Anderson ’82 Ms. Barbara L. Aster Cameron M. Baker ’07 Lauren Balza ’05 Heather D. Barden ’03 Roderick A. Barr ’60 Robert I. Barra ’07

Mr. and Mrs. Nigel J. Beale P’01 Christopher J. Becker ’08 Mr. Donald Bollinger Damian Bozzacco ’00 Alfred A. Bozzuffi ’78 W. Porter Bratten III ’08 Stephen R. Breit ’79 Candace Brown ’04 Kyle S. Brunelle ’82 Peter C. Bryn ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Burns P’08 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Busch P’88 Kathleen M. Cain ’07 Brendan M. Carr ’07 Gregory E. Castleman ’76 Dr. and Mrs. Esteban Castro P’11 Paul D. Chapman ’67 R. Perry Connell ’97 John N. Costello, Jr. ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Cover P’92 Steven M. Cullity, Jr. ’07 Jason M. Dahl ’02 Mrs. Elaine Dalzell Mark P. D’Angelo ’07 William C. Danilczyk ’07 Mrs. Marian J. de Regt Andrew J. DeSpirito ’03 Thomas E. Dickenson ’92 Mr. S. Keith Dixon P’11 Mrs. S. Keith Dixon P’11 Matthew A. Donatelli ’08 Philip S. Douthit ’72 Alana Duerr ’08 Mr. Edward C. DuMont Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dvorak P’07 Robert E. Dvorak ’07 Michael S. Eaton ’06 David D. Eberhardt ’07 Brian P. R. Eisenhower ’06 Courtney C. Ewing ’05 Patrick D. Faas ’07 S. Allen Face III ’70 Carl D. Fast ’77 Wm. Jason Flatt ’98, PG’99 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fooks P’85 Matthew R. Fox ’04 Nathan B. Frederickson ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Trevor French P’09 Anne M. Fullerton ’99 Paul F. Gallagher ’87 Adam E. Geary ’07 Patrick J. Gilmartin (Hon.) William T. Gotta ’07 Richard S. Graham ’83 James A. Gretzky ’80 Dr. Linda Gross-Cheliotes P’10 Mr. Austin P. Guenther Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guenther

The names of DECEASED members are italicized.

Evelyn R. Hackel ’05 Ryan E. Hackel ’04 Robert W. Hall ’67 Christine L. Heberley ’02 Todd R. Heidenreich ’89 Bill Helming ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Henry P’97 Scott C. Henry ’97 Taylor M. Herinckx ’06 Christopher A. Hicks ’99 Kenneth C. Holmboe ’55 Manuel G. Hontoria ’88 Joseph A. Hubbard ’95 Lucas A. Hurt ’01 William C. Hurt III ’59 Caitlin E. Jarecki ’05 Kristin P. Jarecki ’08 Vincent J. Jarecki III, ’05 Elizabeth F. Jeffers ’01 Robert K. Jenner ’70 Roy E. Johnson ’62 Eric Jordan ’05 Ivan N. Kirschner ’81X Robert J. Kleinschmit ’06 John R. Knobel ’73 Andrew R. Kondracki ’83 Russell E. Kupferer ’99 Cody C. Kurtz ’08 Michael G. LaGrassa ’07 Christopher M. Lake ’96 Susan E. Lake ’99 Geoffrey G. Landon ’79 Andrew R. Lange ’06 Cyrus J. Lawyer IV ’06 Evan J. Lee ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lee P’08 Johanna M. Lee ’08 Sarah M. Leitner ’95 Jonathan D. Leivo ’07 William T. Lindenmuth ’63 Lindsey K. Lindgren ’08 Anthony Loreto ’08 Dr. and Mrs. Walter M. Maclean Daniel A. Malarkey ’06 Daniel S. Mannheim ’08 Matthew G. Marburger ’07 William C. Marrin, Jr. ’59 Mark F. Martecchini ’79 Wayne D. Martin ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McKenzie P’98 Ms. Carol McLaughlin Jason W. Minett ’06 Stephen T. Minnich ’08 John R. Mixon ’97 James R. Moody ’82 Michael G. Morabito ’05 Brent J. Morrison ’11 Katharine A. C. Munkenbeck ’04

Liam C. O’Connell ’98 Matthew H. O’Leary ’07 RADM and Mrs. Robert C. Olsen, Jr. Scott D. Orlosky ’77 Joel R. Parry ’79 John R. Paul ’69 Brian J. Petersen ’07 George L. Petrie ’70 George L. Phillips ’51 Daniel J. Platt ’87 Nathan L. Pratt ’07 Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Reifsnyder P’08 Jeffrey D. Reifsnyder ’08 Scott Richards ’77 Mr. Edwin J. Roland Ryan W. Sadlo ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sarles P’10 David J. Sawyer ’08 Mr. Steven T. Scalzo Paul Schweizer ’08 Mr. Benjamin Scott and Dr. Patricia Shustock P’10 Lori R. Sharpe ’82 James J. Shaughnessy ’89 Justin P. Shell ’08 Lorne B. Sheren ’73 Richard B. Siek ’74 Elizabeth M. Singleton ’07 Monique Sinmao ’93 Mark Skinner ’67X Mr. and Mrs. Bret Smart P’09 Emerson L. Smith ’08 Mrs. Patricia C. Smith P’76 Richard A. Smith ’03 Luke C. Soletic ’08 Kelly T. Sonerholm ’06 Mr. Joseph Sosa P’08 Leah R. Sosa ’08 John R. Stebe ’08 Steve M. Stone ’06 Theodore L. Thorsen ’61 Mrs. Andrew Tindale P’10 Jessica K. Tomczak ’08 Matthew L. Unger ’04 Adam H. Van Doren ’08 Brett A. Vitols ’89 Charles B. Walburn ’70 William C. Webster ’59 Emily E. Whitman ’05 Sarah E. Wickenheiser ’08 Vincent S. Wickenheiser ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Avram Wiseman P’11 Mark K. Wolf ’95 Meldon J. Wolfgang IV ’93 David M. Yannitell ’67 Timothy Yen ’04 Matthew B. Zahn ’05

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2 0 1 1 - 2 0 1 2 C O R P O R AT I O N S , M AT C H I N G G I F T C O R P O R AT I O N S , F O U N DAT I O N S , A S S O C IAT I O N S & P R O F E S S I O NA L O R G A N I Z AT I O N S

Corporations, Matching Gift Corporations, Foundations, Associations, and Professional Organizations Alexander & Baldwin Foundation American Bureau of Shipping Applied Physical Sciences Corp. AT&T BAE Systems BASF Corporation Matching Gifts Bath Iron Works Corporation Bemis Company Foundation BNY Mellon Community Partnership Boeing Matching Gift Program Bollinger Foundation BP Foundation Caterpillar Foundation Chevron Humankind Employee Funds CIGNA CNA Foundation Computer Associates Matching Gifts Program Con Edison Conoco Phillips Matching Gift Company Constellation Energy Corn Island Shipyard Crowley Maritime Corporation Culinary Management Corporation ExxonMobil Foundation Foss Marine Holdings, Inc. Foss Maritime Co. GAMCO Asset Management Company General Dynamics NASSCO

ABS Scholarship Reception and Ceremony: Keith Michel ’73, Chris Wiernicki, President Olsen and Jon J. LaBerge ’76. General Electric Corporation The James J. Henry Charitable Trust IBM Illinois Tool Works Foundation InterMarine Incorporated J H Auto Inc. KBR Community Matters Matching Gift Company Lockheed Martin Corporation Foundation Mariano's Cleaning Service, Inc. Marsh & McLennan Companies McKinsey & Company McMullen Family Foundation Merrill Lynch Michael Baker Corporation Foundation Microsoft Corporation Matching Gifts Program

Moog, Inc. Navios Maritime Holdings New York Life Foundation Northrop Grumman Foundation Oceanside Mortgage Company Orange County Community Foundation PepsiCo Foundation PPL Corporations Quantum Marine Engineering Raytheon Systems Company/ Matching Gifts Rolls-Royce Naval Marine Inc. Ryder System, Inc. SAIC SeaRiver Maritime, Inc. Stolt-Nielsen Inc. The Bechtel Foundation Matching Gifts Program

T H E A D M I R A LT Y C L U B

The G. Unger Vetlesen Foundation The Gerda and Ole Skaarup Foundation The Glosten Associates, Inc. The Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers The TK Foundation Totem Ocean Trailer Express, Inc. Transocean Offshore Deepwater Drilling, Inc. UBS Investment Bank Webb Alumni Association Wells Fargo Educational Matching Gift Program

2012 A D M I R A LT Y C LU B

The Admiralty Club was established to honor our very generous corporations and foundations, who on a yearly basis contribute $10,000 or more to Webb’s Annual Fund. The Admiralty Club members show their commitment to Webb Institute by supporting the school’s mission with their extreme financial generosity as well as their dedication to supporting quality education specifically geared towards naval architecture and marine engineering. If you would like to become a member of the Admiralty Club please contact the Development office at (516) 759-2040.

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Bollinger Foundation Crowley Maritime Corporation Foss Marine Holdings, Inc. GAMCO Asset Management Company McMullen Family Foundation Rolls-Royce Naval Marine, Inc. SeaRiver Maritime, Inc. The Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers The G. Unger Vellesen Foundation

2012 WINTER WORK TERM FRESHMEN

Worldwide Webbies:

Winter Work Term A very unique part of the “Webb experience” is the Winter Work program, which takes place for every student during the months of January and February. During these two months all of our students work at a variety of organizations in positions focused on the marine industry. Webbies gain invaluable “hands on” work experiences all over the world from this very special program. These positions include freshmen working in shipyards, sophomores working on ships at sea, juniors and seniors working in engineering and design firms. Not only do our students love this program, but the travel opportunity that comes along with many of these positions is very exciting. While many of the positions are across the United States, more and more of them are happening overseas in a variety of countries such as England, Denmark, the Netherlands and the United Arab Emirates. Webb is sincerely grateful to those companies and many of our dedicated alumni who made these work experiences possible during our 2012 Winter Work Term. 

Aker Philadelphia Shipyard, Inc. (2) BAE Systems Southeast Shipyards Bay Ship & Yacht Company (2) Detyens Shipyards (2) General Dynamics Electric Boat Corp. (3) General Dynamics NASSCO (2) Gulf Marine Repair Corp. (2) Huntington Ingalls Industries Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding, Inc. New England Boatworks (3) Quality Shipyards, LLC (2) Vigor Marine Westport Shipyard, Inc. (2)

SOPHOMORES Maersk Lines Limited (2) Matson Navigation Company (2) Military Sealift Command (3) Ocean Shipholdings Inc. (2) Overseas Shipholding Group, Inc. Polar Tankers Inc. c/o Conoco Phillips SeaRiver Maritime, Inc. Stolt Tankers B.V. (2) Totem Ocean Trailer Express, Inc.

JUNIORS Austal USA Donald L. Blount & Associates (2) Electronic Consulting Services, Inc. General Dynamics Electric Boat Corp. Huntington Ingalls Industries InterMarine Incorporated Knud E. Hansen A/S M Ship Company Metal Shark Aluminum Boats Morrelli & Melvin Design & Engineering, Inc. Rowan Companies, Inc. Ship Architects, Inc. Stolt Tankers B.V. (2) Zurn Yacht Design

SENIORS Aker Philadelphia Shipyard, Inc. (2) American Bureau of Shipping (3) Austal USA General Dynamics NASSCO Global Maritime Herbert Engineering Corp. (2) Hydroacoustics, Inc. Kvichak Marine Industries Louis T. Codega Metal Shark Aluminum Boats Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division Navatek Ltd. Quantum Marine Engineering The Glosten Associates, Inc. Westport Shipyard, Inc. (2) WEBB INSTITUTE ’11–’12 ANNUAL REPORT

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Parents and Grandparents of Current Students and Alumni Mr. and Mrs. Gregory N. Abbott P’04 Ms. Jennifer Ackers P’97 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Allen Mr. A. Todd Andre-Colton ’74, P’05 Ms. Julie Balza P’05 Mr. Michael Barra P’07 Ms. Susan C. Barra P’07 Mr. and Mrs. William Bartling P’13 Mr. and Mrs. Nigel J. Beale P’01 * Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett P’14 Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Benoit P’01 Mrs. Janet Berger P’96 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory D. Bergquist P’99 Mr. Victor W. Bethge ’53, GP’05 * Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bishop P’12 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Boltz P’12 Mrs. Frank A. Breit P’79 * Mr. and Mrs. Ambler Brown P’04 Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Brown P’85 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Burns P’08 * Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Busch P’88 * Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Cable GP’15 Mr. and Mrs. David Cain P’07 Mr. Thomas W. Campbell ’69, P’99 * Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlstrom P’86 Dr. and Mrs. Esteban Castro P’11 * Mrs. Lih-Guey L. Chen P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cheng P’12 Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Chevalier P’00 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Childers P’12 Mr. Louis T. Codega P.E. ’78, P’14 * Mr. and Mrs. David S. Comiske P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Conway P’15 Mr. Clayton Cooley P’10 Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Cover P’92 * Mr. and Mrs. Richard Del Valle P’13 Mr. and Mrs. John K. DeLaney GP’14 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent DelGatto P’12 Drs. Roland and Theresa DeMarco P’13 Mr. and Mrs. John Denaro P’14 Mr. S. Keith Dixon P’11 * Mrs. S. Keith Dixon P’11 * Mr. and Mrs. John Dona GP’15 Dr. and Mrs. John Donatelli P’08, P’11 Mr. Kenneth Donnelly P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Doran P’12 Mr. Damon Douglas and Mrs. Therese Ross P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dvorak P’07 * Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eaton P’06 * Mr. and Mrs. David Eberhardt P’07 Dr. and Mrs. John Edinger P’99 * Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Faas P’07 Mr. Carl D. Fast ’77, P’14 * Dr. and Mrs. Richard Ferrieri P’11

Richard B. Couch ’33 Ship Design Computer Lab and Enhanced Classroom. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Fielding P’96 * Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fleming P’12 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fooks P’85 * Mr. Howard Frauenberger P’02 * Mr. and Mrs. Trevor French P’09 * Mr. Dale Froriep P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Gianforcaro P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gilfus P’15 Mr. John L. Glaeser ’68, P’03 * Mr. and Mrs. Harold Granger P’14 Mrs. Shelley Granger GP’14 Ms. Toni Gratzel P’15 Mrs. Roger Griswold GP’14 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Griswold P’14 Ms. Sandra Groff P’12 Mr. George Gross P’10 Mr. and Mrs. George P. Gross GP’10 Dr. Linda Gross-Cheliotes P’10 * Mr. and Mrs. Steven Guglielmoni P’12 Mrs. Leonora H. Haefeli P’98 Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hale P’78 * Mr. Robert W. Hall ’67 P’95 * Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hanford P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Scott Harlan P’12 Mr. and Mrs. Jon Harwood P’11 Mrs. Jo Ann Healy P’89 * Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Henry P’97 * Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Herinckx P’06 * Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hoffman P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Hughes Mrs. Jessica Hurt P’01 * Mr. and Mrs. Mindaugas Jankevicius P’14 Mrs. Patricia B. Jeffers P’01 * Mr. and Mrs. Rick Kaiser GP’13 Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Kehl P’91 * Mr. Steve Kim and Ms. Rodae Bang P’15 Mr. and Mrs. David Kleiman P’87 * Mr. and Mrs. L. Randall Koenig P’80 *

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Mr. and Mrs. Krzysztof Kuczera P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kupferer P’99 * Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Lee P’89 * Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lee P’08 * Mr. and Mrs. Simon Lee P’05 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Licato P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Look P’09 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Louie GP’13 Mr. and Mrs. James Lum P’12 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Magrane P’89 Mr. and Ms. Robert Malarkey P’06, P’10 Mr. and Mrs. James Manis P’12 Mr. Gabriel Mannheim and Dr. Andrea Platt P’08 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Marburger P’07 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin McCauley P’10 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McKenzie P’98 * Ms. Barbara J. McMahon P’11 Mrs. Geraldine McMinn P’75, GP’09 Mr. and Mrs. William R. Miner P’91 Mr. and Mrs. George Mouravieff P’09, P’11 Mr. and Mrs. John Mulvihill P’84 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murphy P’13 Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mutnick P’96 * Mr. and Mrs. Peter Needham P’12 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Neureuter P’14 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Nowakowski P’10 Mr. and Mrs. Keith O’Sullivan P’14 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Owen P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Alfred R. Pagan P’88 * Dr. and Mrs. Carl R. Partanen P’87 * Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patrick P’08 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Patterson P’09 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Peak GP’00 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pederson P’12 Mr. and Mrs. Nat Pitti P’15 Mr. Sid Platt and Ms. Marilyn Chiet GP’08 Mr. and Mrs. Neil Polay P’00

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Poritz GP’15 Mr. Mason A. Read P’97 * Mrs. Mason A. Read P’97 * Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Reifsnyder P’08 * Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rerisi P’96 Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Riemer P’05 Mr. and Mrs. Brandt A. Rising P’93 * Mrs. Niel I. Rising GP’93 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ryan P’88 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sarles P’10 * Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schacht P’13 Mrs. Nancy Schultz P’02 Mr. and Mrs. Christian Schweizer P’08 Mr. Benjamin Scott and Dr. Patricia Shustock P’10 * Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Slocum P’10 Mr. and Mrs. Bret Smart P’09 * Drs. Craig and Sima Smentek P’08 Mrs. Patricia C. Smith P’76 * Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Smith P’13 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Soja P’13 Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Soletic P’08 * Mr. Joseph Sosa P’08 * Mr. Jeff Parkin P’08 and Mrs. Lynn Sosa Mr. Salvatore Spataro GP’12 Mr. J. Niel Spillane ’50, GP’13 * Mr. and Mrs. James Spillane P’13 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Springer, Jr. P’82 Mr. and Mrs. George Stebe P’08 Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Stusse P’00 Ms. Jennifer Talarico P’12 Mr. Bruce Thompson and Ms. Laurie Geisel P’15 Mrs. Andrew Tindale P’10 * Mr. and Mrs. William H. Tredennick P’97 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Turns P’00 * Dr. Robert Turoff P’15 Mr. Joseph K. Van Denburg P’01 Ms. Stephanie Van Denburg P’01 * Mr. and Mrs. Mark Van Emmerik P’13 Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Vernon P’83 Mr. and Mrs. Philip L. Vittetoe P’94 * Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walker P’12, P’14 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Walling P’12 Mr. and Mrs. David Ward P’09 Mr. Robert Waterhouse and Mrs. Linda Ziedrich P’13 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weklar P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wickenheiser P’08 Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wingfield P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Avram Wiseman P’11 * Dr. Kathrynne Yland P’15 Mr. Peter B. Zahn ‘80, P’05 * Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zahray P’14 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zangle P’13 Mr. and Mrs. David Ziedrich GP’13

* WebbEY | The names of Deceased members are italicized.

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Mr. and Mrs. Gary Allen Ms. Barbara L. Aster * Ms. Suzanne Beckstoffer Mr. Donald Bollinger * Dr. and Mrs. Alan Bragman Mr. James Brown Drs. George and Mary Campbell Mrs. Phyllis Canter Mr. and Mrs. Allen Chin * Mrs. Jennifer Hamlin Church Mrs. Mary E. Cleary Mr. and Mrs. Leslie G. Collins Mr. and Mrs. James S. Curran Mr. and Mrs. Scott Daley Mrs. Elaine Dalzell * Mrs. Marian J. de Regt * Mr. and Mrs. Vincent DelGatto P’12

Mr. Edward C. DuMont * Mr. William Dvorak FMPA Mrs. Elinor R. Freinberg * Ms. Debbie Guckert Mr. Austin P. Guenther * Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guenther * Mr. Stephen C. Hadler and Claudia A. Fedarko Dr. Richard C. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Henry Mrs. Jeanne Hilmar-Hardy Mrs. Jane Holman Mr. Glenn Howard, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Hughes Mr. William J. Hylwa Mr. William E. Jenkins

Mr. and Mrs. Yung Hoe Ko Mr. William Kochanczyk Mr. Gerhard E. Kurz Mrs. Holly Lemoine Mr. Jesan Liu Mrs. Roger M. Luke * Dr. and Mrs. Walter M. Maclean * Ms. Carol McLaughlin * Mr. and Mrs. Greggory B. Mendenhall Nassau County Historical Society North Shore-LIJ Hospital at Glen Cove - Auxiliary Dr. Nadine Oakley Simms RADM and Mrs. Robert C. Olsen, Jr. * Mr. and Mrs. Rick P. Paradis Dr. Stephen Payne, (Hon.) Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Primeggia

Mr. Joseph H. Pyne Ms. Deborah Richardson and Mr. Rod Gustafson Mr. Edwin J. Roland * Mr. Thomas D. Sartor Mr. Steven T. Scalzo * Mrs. James L. Schuler Mr. and Mrs. Clifford W. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Philip Stenger VADM Paul E. Sullivan, USN (Ret.) The Winter Wheezers Mr. Michael W. Toner Dr. Robert Turoff P’15 Dr. George O. Williams * Women’s Propeller Club Dr. Richard T. Zuerner

2 0 1 1 - 2 0 1 2 G I F T S I N H O N O R , G I F T S I N M E M O RY

Gifts in Honor Of Prof. John F. Hennings Founders Day Brent J. Morrison ’11 Carol McLaughlin Retirement Mr. William J. Hylwa

Gifts in Memory Of Carl B. Aster ’25 Barbara L. Aster Paul E. Atkinson ’42 Eugene Schorsch ’52 William J. Blanton, Jr., P.E. ’71 John A. Malone ’71 Gailmarie Sujecki (Hon.) Cdr. Howard R. Canter PG’60 Mr. Phyllis Canter Dr. Wilbur J. Mahony William A. Cleary, Jr. ’51 Mr. Mary E. Cleary Thomas B. Crowley, Sr. Crowley Maritime Corporation John F. Dalzell ’54 Mrs. Elaine Dalzell S. Keith Dixon, P’11 Dr. and Mrs. Richard Ferrieri P’11

R. Peaslee DuMont ’32 Mr. Edward C. DuMont Edwin L. Dunbaugh Jim McMahon ’85 Stephen C. Dvorak ’50 Gailmarie Sujecki (Hon.) Herbert I. Freinberg ’46 Mrs. Elinor R. Freinberg Norman A. Hamlin ’44B Mrs. Jennifer Hamlin Church John D. Holman ’44B Mrs. Jane Holman John J. Hopkinson John A. Malone ’71 Francis J. Joyce, Sc.D. (Hon.) ’44A Dr. and Mrs. Alan Bragman Mr. and Mrs. James S. Curran Mr. and Mrs. Yung Hoe Ko Robert H. Owens ’44A Gailmarie Sujecki (Hon.) Peter K. Wallace ’93 Joseph A. Kochanczyk ’41 Mr. William Kochanczyk M. William Langan ’77 Edward V. Vienckowski ’78 Jedadiah Leitner Sarah M. Leitner ’95 Fontain M. “Marty” Johnson ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Philip Stenger Willard V. Markey ’35 Gailmarie Sujecki (Hon.)

* WebbEY | The names of Deceased members are italicized.

Mr. and Mrs. Serge Mouravieff Mr. and Mrs. George Mouravieff, P’09, P’11 Owen H. Oakley ’37 Dr. Nadine Oakley Simms Gailmarie Sujecki (Hon.) Thomas J. Sartor, Jr. ’54 Mr. Thomas D. Sartor Charles J. “Corky” Sautkulis ’72 John A. Malone ’71 Ole Skaarup (Hon.) The Gerda and Ole Skaarup Foundation Oscar Steadman Jim McMahon ’85 John C. Taylor ’72 James K. Antrim ’72 Peter D. Canning ’72 David S. Chapman ’72 Leslie and Jacquelyn Collins Michael D. Comens ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Scott Daley Philip S. Douthit ’72 James R. Dwyer ’72 FMPA Geoffrey D. Fuller ’72 James N. Greenlees ’72 Ms. Debbie Guckert Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Clifford W. Simmons Robert B. Steinbach ’72 Scott G. Withee ’72

Capt. Joseph H. Thornton, Jr., USN (Ret.) ’43 Ms. Deborah Richardson and Mr. Rod Gustafson

Webb Alumni Association Donations Made in Memory of William J. Blanton, Jr. P.E. ’71 Cdr. Howard R. Canter, PG’60 William A. Cleary, Jr. ’51 Stephen C. Dvorak ’50 C. Larry French (Hon.) Francis J. Joyce, Sc.D. (Hon.) ’44A Willard V. Markey ’35 Richard L. May ’49 Owen H. Oakley ’37 Robert H. Owens ’44A Joseph R. Selman, Jr. ’68 William M. Siler ’42X John C. Taylor ’72 Capt. Joseph H. Thornton, Jr., USN (Ret.) ’43

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