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2013-2013 ANNUAL REPORT

The Webb Family:

UNITED BY EXCELLENCE, SUPPORTED BY GENEROSITY

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2012-2013

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Message from the President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Board of Trustees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Faculty and Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

OUR MISSION To prepare graduates for prominent careers by: r 1SPWJEJOHBSJHPSPVTFEVDBUJPOJO

Message from the Chairman of the Board . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 2012–2013 Annual Giving William H. Webb Society. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–8 2012–2013 Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 2012–2013 Cumulative Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10–11

the principles of engineering and

Message from the Alumni Association. . . . . . . . . . . . 12–13

a broad-based knowledge of the

Class Agents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

fundamentals of naval architecture

Webb Group Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

and marine engineering

Alumni Association Executive Committee . . . . . . . . . . . 13

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Alumni Regional Coordinators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

graduates to become leaders in and

2012–2013 Alumni Giving by Class Year . . . . . . . . . . . 14–19

make significant contributions to their

2012–2013 Class Giving Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

chosen profession, and to the social

Reunion Giving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

environment in which it functions r *OTUJMMJOHJOPVSHSBEVBUFTUIFIJHIFTU ethical standards and sense of

Humorous, Generous, Devoted to Webb: Allen Noble Hoyt ’36 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

professionalism; cultivating curiosity

Couch Lab: A Son’s Gift of Innovation Honors a Father’s Vision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

in the arts, sciences, and humanities,

Scholarships and Endowments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

and providing the background

Message from the Parents Association. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

and encouragement necessary

2012–2013 Parents, Grandparents of Current Students and Alumni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

to support life-long learning r 1FSQFUVBUJOHUIFMFHBDZ of William H. Webb

2012–2013 Friends, Non-Alumni Trustees, Faculty, Students and Employees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 2012–2013 Gifts in Honor, Gifts in Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

MISSION STATEMENT To be internationally recognized as a leading undergraduate educational

2012–2013 Heritage Society. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Message from the Chairman of the Development Committee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

institution in naval architecture and marine

Support That Runs Deep: ABS and Webb Enjoy Beneficial Relationship . . . . . . . . . 30

engineering and an asset to the nation by:

A Tale of Two Foundations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

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Soundbites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

WOMENWITHACONTEMPORARYAND COMPREHENSIVEUNDERGRADUATEEDUCATION

2012–2013 WebbEY Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33–35

FORPROMINENTCAREERSINTHEMARINE

2012–2013 Corporations, Matching Gift Corporations, Foundations, Associations and Professional Organizations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

industry or other fields of endeavor

The Admiralty Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

focused on naval architecture and marine ENGINEERING THEREBYPREPARINGTHEM

s 0ROVIDINGVALUEDTECHNICALEXPERTISE ANDEDUCATIONALOPPORTUNITIES to the marine industry

2013 Winter Work Term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Finance & Investments Fiscal Year 2013 (FY13) . . . . 38–39


2012–2013 ANNUAL REPORT

A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

Building on Strength to Overcome Adversity This report covers the eighth and final year of Adm. Robert Olsen’s tenure as president of Webb Institute. In this Message from the President, I thought it appropriate to reflect on the accomplishments of those eight years, particularly with regard to financial matters. The presidency of Adm. Olsen began in July of 2005. Webb was in the final two years of a five year capital campaign that would bring in nearly $9 million in special gifts. Combined with the annual fund contributions over that five year period, slightly over $12 million was raised. By all standards, this was Webb’s most successful capital campaign. Although the endowment was well diversified in 2008, the stock market crash of 2008-2009 resulted in dramatic reductions in value across nearly all asset classes. Webb’s return on investment for calendar year 2008 was -25.9%. This loss was less than the

... alumni giving at Webb has grown at a rate of 6% per annum. This growth comes at a time when many colleges have seen declining alumni participation. Well done! median of our peer colleges but nevertheless the damage was significant. By February 2009, our endowment had dropped to under $38 million. At that time, the Board of Trustees, working in close concert with President Olsen, made two decisions that would be instrumental in restoring the health of Webb’s endowment. First, President Olsen was requested to implement a series of budget cuts to immediately reduce expenditures. President Olsen managed these cuts without impacting student

academics by reducing the size of the administrative staff, freezing salaries, and deferring capital improvements. Secondly, the Investment Committee resolved to stay the course with the endowment, remaining fully invested with a significant equity position. This latter R. KEITH MICHEL ’73 decision allowed Webb’s President endowment to enjoy solid returns as the market rebounded (see page 26). Since 2009 Webb has maintained an austere budget policy and has consistently finished within budgetary projections at year end. The Board’s Investment Committee, which oversees the endowment, has done a truly exceptional job. As of June 2013, the portfolio value exceeds $55 million. None of this would have been possible without the extraordinary generosity of our alumni. Our annual giving rate of over 70% for alumni and over 80% for parents is the envy of other colleges and universities. During the last eight years, alumni giving at Webb has grown at a rate of 6% per annum. This growth comes at a time when many colleges have seen declining alumni participation. Well done! Webb’s draw rate on its endowment remains higher than desired, but we are on solid financial footing. We have launched into the quiet phase of our next capital campaign. One of the goals of this campaign is to build the endowment to a level that will reduce our draw to under 4.5% per year, a level considered sustainable over future generations. It will allow us to use special gifts for enhancing the Webb educational experience and expanding our outreach. Webb has a storied past and a very bright future. We have much to be proud of.

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WEBB INSTITUTE

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OFFICERS CHAIRMAN

George Campbell Jr., Ph.D, President Emeritus The Cooper Union VICE CHAIRMAN

Gregory M. Matzat ’89 Principal Matzat Design & Engineering VICE CHAIRMAN

Bruce S. Rosenblatt (Hon.) President Bruce S. Rosenblatt & Associates, LLC PRESIDENT

RADM Robert C. Olsen Jr. USCG (Ret.) PRESIDENT-ELECT

R. Keith Michel ’73 Webb Institute SECRETARY

John N. Costello ’89 Assistant Divisional Counsel Laureate Education, Inc. TREASURER

Jon J. LaBerge ’76 Axis Capital

OTHER MEMBERS Donald T. “Boysie” Bollinger Chairman of the Board & C.E.O. Bollinger Shipyards David M. Bovet ’70 Partner, Norbridge, Inc. Jay P. Carson ’73 Vice President Engineering (Ret.) General Dynamics NASSCO CDR Richard C. Celotto, USN (Ret.) ’73 Vice President, Engineering BMT Designers & Planners, Inc. John C. Couch Vice Chairman C.M. Capital Corp. Joseph J. Cuneo ’57 Chairman MARINEX International

Richard A. Gilmore ’77 Maran Gas Maritime, Inc. Alison D. Granger P’14 Chief Investment Officer Hartford Foundation for Public Giving William E. Jenkins President (Ret.) SeaRiver Maritime, Inc. Jennifer E. Kollmer ’91 Assistant Chief Naval Architect Rolls Royce Marine North America John A. Malone ’71 Malone Consulting Services Mark F. Martecchini ’79 Managing Director Stolt Tankers Greggory Mendenhall, Esq. Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP Stephen M. Payne, Ph.D. Vice President/Chief Naval Architect (Ret.) Carnival Corporate Shipbuilding Southampton Joseph H. Pyne, Ph.D. Chairman/C.E.O. Kirby Corporation

FACULTY AND STAFF CHAIRMAN EMERITUS

FULL-TIME FACULTY

ADMINISTRATION

Charles G. Visconti ’55 Chairman & President International Cargo Gear Bureau, Inc.

Dean and Professor of Naval Architecture

Assistant to the Director of Financial Affairs

PRESIDENT EMERITUS Ronald K. Kiss ’63

TRUSTEE EMERITUS Patrick J. Gilmartin, Esq. (Hon.) Gilmartin, Poster & Shafto Robert D. Goldbach ’58 President MARINEX International William O. Gray (Hon.) President Gray Maritime Company

Roger Basu, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering

Vincent J. DelGatto, B.E., M.E., M.S., P.E. 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.

Peter Van Dyke ’60, Ph.D. Managing Director (Ret.) T. Rowe Price

Adrian S. Onas, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D.

HONORARY TRUSTEES

Steven T. Scalzo Chief Operating Officer Foss Marine Holdings

Charles R. Cushing, Ph.D. President C.R. Cushing & Co., Inc.

Luther Tai, Ph.D. Chairman/C.E.O. Roberts Bay Marina, LLC Matthew P. Tedesco ’91, Ph.D. Tedesco Consulting

Christopher Wiernicki C.E.O. & President American Bureau of Shipping Chairman Emeritus

Karen L. Albanese Technical Services Librarian and Advanced Learning Center Coordinator

David H. Klinges (Hon.) President, Marine Construction Div. (Ret.) Bethlehem Steel Corp.

Wombi Rose ’09

Michael W. Toner Executive Vice President Marine Systems (Ret.) General Dynamics Corp.

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

Assistant Professor of Naval Architecture

James J. Henry Professor of Naval Architecture

Associate Director of Campus Computing, Web Technologies

Keisha M. Brown Assistant Director of Student Services and Admissions

David Byrnes Assistant Director of Admissions and Financial Aid

Lauri D’Ambra Electronics Lab Technician

Patrick Doherty Director of Facilities

John Ferrante Assistant Director of Database Management

Shanna Hamilton Director of Campus Computing

Erica L. Hansen Laboratory Technician Emeritus

Richard A. Royce, BSIM, B.S.E., M.S., M.S.E., Ph.D., P.E.

Joseph Mazurek

ABS Chair of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

Carol McLaughlin

Consultant, Development Office Associate Director of Network Operations

Jerrier A. Haddad (Hon.) Vice President (Ret.) IBM

Matthew R. Werner, B.S., M.S., M.B.A . Mandell and Lester Rosenblatt Professor of Marine Engineering

Food Service Director

Charles Kurz II (Hon.) President Emeritus Keystone Shipping Co.

Associate Professor of Science

Richard T. Soper (Hon.) President & Chairman (Ret.) American Bureau of Shipping

Edwin G. Wiggins, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. George O. Williams, B.S., Ph.D.

Peter P. Miller Peter Morris Director of Enrollment Management

William G. Murray President

FACULTY EMERITI

RADM Robert C. Olsen Jr., USCG (Ret.)

Professor Emeritus of Engineering

Director of Development

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS

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

Rick P. Paradis

Richard P. Neilson ’70 Dean Webb Institute

Dean Emeritus, Professor of Naval Architecture

Patricia Prescott

Matthew R. Werner ’95, PG’97 The ABS Chair of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

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 F. Hennings, B.S., M.S. Professor Emeritus of Marine Engineering

Library Director Executive Assistant to the President and Director of Alumni Relations

Gailmarie Sujecki Engineering Laboratory Technician-Machinist (P/T)

James Swan Assistant Director of Annual Fund, Stewardship and Research

Kathleen Welsh

Alan L. Rowen, B.E., M.S., P.E.

Registrar, Assistant to the Dean and Faculty

Professor Emeritus of Mathematics

Jocelyn Wilson

Bruce Stephan, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Director of Financial Affairs

Professor Emeritus of Engineering

Lawrence W. Ward, B.S., M.S., D.Sc.

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2012–2013 ANNUAL REPORT

A MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD

Standing Committed, Staying Optimistic In 2013 Webb Institute endures as one of a vanishingly small number of American colleges that guarantees every admitted student a fulltuition scholarship, while delivering higher education of unparalleled quality. As we approach the 125th anniversary of the founding of Webb, it is with enormous pride and singular pleasure that I reaffirm our bold and unequivocal commitment to this historic ideal. As the current academic year unfolds, we will lay the groundwork for a new capital campaign to generate the financial underpinning to sustain, in perpetuity, the all-scholarship mission and its attendant unique, egalitarian culture of excellence. Members of the Board of Trustees have

Going forward, higher education is moving through an inflection point, facing some of the most severe strategic challenges it has ever faced… already pledged significant support—above and beyond their planned capital contributions—to fund the essential start-up work for the campaign. In my first year as chairman, I have had the privilege of serving with a distinguished group of colleagues on the Board. Working together, we modernized our governance structure in consonance with the substantial changes in regulation that have taken place in recent years. We appointed new external financial advisors and restructured our investment portfolio to mitigate risk associated with market downturns while maintaining solid returns. I have also had the uncommon privilege of witnessing first hand the intellectual, academic and professional maturation of this year’s graduates under the uncompromising demands and compassionate guidance of a learned Webb faculty. Those graduates

are entering the profession of naval architecture and marine engineering, a vocation that undergirds what is among humanity’s oldest and still principal foundations of global commerce. Describing the shipping industry in the recently published GEORGE CAMPBELL JR., Ph.D. Chairman of the Board book, Ninety Percent of Everything, Rose George points out that people have been transporting goods by sea for more than 4,000 years. Shipping brings goods worth upwards of two trillion dollars to American shores annually, including two-thirds of its oil supplies. Our graduates are destined to become leaders in this vital enterprise. At the end of academic year 2013, we celebrated the outgoing President, RADM Robert C. Olsen Jr., and his eight years of dedicated service to the college. Under his stewardship Webb maintained its illustrious place among premiere American colleges and universities. Going forward, higher education is moving through an inflection point, facing some of the most severe strategic challenges it has ever faced: costs that continue to rise faster than inflation, rapidly evolving delivery models, increased regulatory pressures, accelerating technological change, globalization across all occupational sectors, increased competition for philanthropic dollars, and a growing requirement for student services on campuses. Seeking a new president with the exceptional vision and leadership qualities to confront these challenges successfully, the trustees conducted a rigorous search process and unanimously elected R. Keith Michel, Class of 1973, to lead this institution of the first rank in these critical years of the twenty-first century. WEBB INSTITUTE ANNUAL REPORT

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DONATIONS Annual Giving William H. Webb Society

In the pages that follow, we acknowledge all of our donors in the Webb community for their generosity and loyalty— Alumni, Trustees, Friends, Parents, Family, Faculty, Staff, Students, Foundations, and Corporations.

VISIONARY

BENEFACTOR

PATRON

$100,000+

$10,000 to $24,999

$5,000 to $9,999

Mr. and Mrs. J. Lewis Luckenbach Stephen R. Towne ’40 American Bureau of Shipping Dr. John C. Couch (Hon.) Mr. and Mrs. Allen N. Hoyt ’36

James J. Henry ’35 Mr. and Mrs. Duane H. Laible ’62 Anonymous Mr. Donald Bollinger Drs. George and Mary Campbell Richard C. Celotto ’73 R. Perry Connell ’97 Crowley Maritime Corporation Kenneth W. Fisher ’64 Thomas W. Gillette ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Granger P’14 Robert J. Healy ’83 Kenneth L. Heitner ’64 Timothy S. Leach ’91 Mark F. Martecchini ’79 Gregory M. Matzat ’89 McMullen Family Foundation MetLife R. Keith Michel ’73 Richard P. Neilson ’70 John W. Newcomb ’66 Orange County Community Foundation Richard Pomfret ’62 Scott Richards ’77 Bruce S. Rosenblatt (Hon.) SeaRiver Maritime, Inc. John A. Springer III ’82 Reuben W. Taylor Jr. ’55 The Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers Richard W. Thorpe ’55 Anthony A. Urbanelli ’75 Homer N. Wallin Jr. PG’62 Peter F. Weber ’74 W. Brett Wilson ’75

Robert H. Owens '44A Lester Rosenblatt (Hon.) Anonymous (2) Benjamin B. Ackers ’97 Applied Physical Sciences Corp. Ms. Barbara L. Aster George W. Birkhead ’63 F. Roland Bjorklund ’66 Mr. Henry Boisvert David M. Bovet ’70 Joseph L. Brennan ’79 Judson B. Broome ’91 Peter C. Bryn ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Burns P’08 William A. Cleary Jr. ’51 Charles N. Corrado ’83 Donald C. Deckebach II ’63 Alexander Delli Paoli ’50 Hampton K. Dixon ’11 Mr. Kenneth Donnelly P’15 Mr. Edward C. DuMont John L.R. Edgar III ’87 S. Allen Face III ’70 Gabelli Foundation George A. Gilmore ’57 James N. Greenlees ’72 Paul W. Hayes ’54 Manuel G. Hontoria ’88 Ronald K. Kiss ’63 Jennifer E. Kollmer ’91 Thomas E. Koster ’67 Jon Jay LaBerge ’76 Thomas N. Manuel ’54 Mrs. Susan Miner P’91 Jason M. Neuman ’93 John R. Paul ’69 John W. Russell ’67 Joseph A. Schetz ’58 Michael L. Silber ’63 Peter A. Silvia ’62 Philip J. Sims ’71 Richard A. Smith ’03 The James J. Henry Charitable Trust

GUARDIAN

$50,000 to $99,999 Dr. John J. McMullen (Hon.) James G. Motley 1914 Stephen C. Dvorak ’50 Mr. and Mrs. James G. Motley 1914 The G. Unger Vetlesen Foundation

PACESETTER

$25,000 to $49,999 John O. Crafts 1902 Mr. and Mrs. Allen N. Hoyt ’36 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Livingston ’24 H. Smith McKann ’38 Arthur A. Burr ’54 Jay P. Carson ’73 Joseph J. Cuneo ’57 Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Lenfest John A. Malone ’71 Steve M. Stone ’06 Thomas A. Wheaton ’77

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Because of you—Webb’s dedicated supporters—2012-2013 Annual Giving exceeded expectations. The consistent giving is an invaluable source of expendable support that affects virtually every program, facility, faculty member and student at Webb. Every contribution counts and helps ensure the vitality of our unique and prestigious education.

Mr. Michael W. Toner Christopher N. Tupper ’75 Dr. Robert Turoff P’15 John D. Van Buskirk ’76 Peter Van Dyke ’60 Abbott D. Weiss ’63 Dr. George O. Williams and Ms. Gloria Sosa Dr. Marc Yland P’15 Charles Zeien ’50

SPONSOR

$2,500 to $4,999 Joyce P. Bethge GP’05 (Hon.) A. Dudley Haff ’37 Mr. and Mrs. Clifford R. Hoitt ’34 Roy P. McPherson ’44B Randolph H. Pritchard 1918 Mr. and Mrs. Clayton E. Royce ’46 Victor E. Scottron ’36 James E. Steele ’41 Anonymous Catherine M. Anderson ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Backas P’16 Thomas H. Bond ’45 Steven G. Buttner ’70 Donald L. Caldera ’57 Louis T. Codega ’78 John N. Costello Jr. ’89 Jerry W. Cuthbert ’56 Drs. Theresa and Roland DeMarco P ’13 Lowell A. Dickerson ’10 Mrs. S. Keith Dixon P’11 Mr. and Mrs. John Donlan P’16 Brian P. R. Eisenhower ’06 Carl D. Fast ’77 Philip R. Faurot ’51 Dr. and Mrs. Richard Ferrieri P’11 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fleming P’12 Douglas H. Frauenberger ’02 Geoffrey D. Fuller ’72

William H. Webb in perpetuity | (Hon.) Indicates Honorary alumnus/a. | The names of DECEASED donors are italicized.

Anne M. Fullerton ’99 Peter A. Gale ’59 Mr. John Gargiulo Mr. and Mrs. Drew Gavel P’16 Jacob M. Genauer ’10 Richard A. Gilmore ’77 Christoph A. Grueneis ’92 Jacques B. Hadler (Hon.) William B. Hale ’78 Taylor M. Herinckx ’06 William C. Hurt III ’59 Mr. William E. Jenkins Peter A. Johnson ’56 KBR Community Matters Cody C. Kurtz ’08 Charles Kurz II (Hon.) Horton W. Lain ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Licato P’15 Eric W. Linsner ’70 Christopher T. Loeser ’70 Daniel A. Malarkey ’06 Endel Mann ’60 Wayne D. Martin ’67 Ian W. McCauley ’10 Joel S. McMinn ’75 Robert G. Mende ’51 Mr. and Mrs. Greggory B. Mendenhall John A. Mercier ’60 Eugene R. Miller Jr. ’64 Eugene R. Miller III ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Mills P’16 Brent J. Morrison ’11 Mr. and Mrs. George Mouravieff P’09, P’11, P’16 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murphy P’13 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Neureuter P’14 Mr. and Mrs. James Nixon P’13 Ronald C. Olander ’55 Steven Pagan ’88 Jennifer B. Panosky ’85 Robin S. Rose ’09 Daniel Schorsch ’58 Mrs. Nancy Schultz P’02 Alfred H. Schwendtner ’54


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Ted A. Slotwinski ’73 David G. St. Amand ’77 VADM Paul E. Sullivan, USN (Ret.) Winston B. Sutter ’53 Thomas P. Tindale ’10 Joseph M. Verdon ’63 Paul G. Vibrans ’71 Charles G. Visconti ’55 Michael J. Whalen ’79 Robert L. Williams ’54 John P. Wise ’09 Douglas M. Wolff ’77 Meldon J. Wolfgang IV ’93 Steven F. Wolgamot ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zahray P’14

MEMBER

$1,000 to $2,499 Mr. and Mrs. R. Peaslee DuMont ’32 Stephen C. Dvorak ’50 Edward F. Ganly ’36 Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hindle Jr. Carl E. Kreidler 1920 George Laing 1912 Willard V. Markey ’35 Walmer E. Strope ’42 Robert Taggart ’42 Anonymous (2) Paulo A. Almeida ’95 Jonathan R. Amy ’70 A. Todd Andre-Colton ’74 Badge Agency, Inc. 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 James A. Bock ’66 Robert H. Bolling ’97

Jeffrey B. Bowles ’00 Alfred A. Bozzuffi ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brackin P’16 Stephen R. Breit ’79 Mr. Chris Brown and Ms. Samira Hakki P’16 Neal A. Brown ’57 Corey L. Bruno ’02 Joseph A. Burns ’62 Ian R. Busch ’88 Kathleen M. Cain ’07 Robert B. Carelli ’09 Gregory E. Castleman ’76 Lincoln D. Cathers ’56 Dr. and Mrs. Terry Chaffee P’16 David S. Chapman ’72 Mrs. Lih-Guey L. Chen P’15 Yongjun Chen PG’99 Fred B. Chester ’66 Allan S. Childers ’12 Mr. Christopher J. Chovit Matt Collette ’99 Roger H. Compton ’61, PG’64 Robert M. Conachey ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Conway P’15 Charles M. Cox ’41 Warren E. Culbertson ’47 Jacqueline A. DeSpirito ’02 Paul H. Diehl ’56 Douglas H. Dirks ’66 Victoria Dlugokecki ’88 C. Mitch Dmohowski ’88 David J. Donatelli ’11 Philip S. Douthit ’72 Courtney C. Ewing ’05 Jaye Falls ’95 James A. Fay ’44B Peter B. Fontneau ’68 R. Mark Forssell ’55 Matthew R. Fox ’04 Mrs. Elinor R. Freinberg Austin J. French ’09 John P. Gallagher ’74 Neil J. Gallagher ’78

Charles Garland ’58 Adam E. Geary ’07 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 Richard S. Graham ’83 Gregory M. Griffin ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Griswold P’14 Paul Gronwall ’71 Mr. George Gross P’10 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Guglielmoni P’12 David W. Gustavson ’78 Evelyn R. Hackel ’05 Jerrier A. Haddad (Hon.) John W. Hall ’63 Raymond S. Hall Jr. ’58 James R. Hancock ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hanford P’15 Zachary J. Harris ’11 Arthur L. Harrison ’59 James Harvie ’55 Todd R. Heidenreich ’89 David A. Helgerson ’77 Mark R. Henry ’62 Christopher A. Hicks ’99 Russell H. Hoffman ’74 Jay S. Howell Jr. ’72 D. Michael Hutchings ’95 Roy E. Johnson ’62 Stephen R. Judson ’74 William L. Jukes ’91 Sang Ouk Kim ’11 Edmund T. Klemmer ’44B David H. Klinges (Hon.) John R. Knobel ’73 Mr. and Mrs. L. Randall Koenig P’80 Mr. and Mrs. Lyubo Kolich P’96

WILLIAM H. WEBB In Perpetuity

Webb has benefitted in many ways through planned gifts left by alumni and friends alike. It is only proper that their generosity be specifically memorialized in our Annual Reports, both those who have left major gifts and those whose gifts are more modest but of enduring value towards enhancing the perpetuation of Webb’s legacy. Recognition is shown in bold print for a donor’s gifts, assuming a four percent annual yield on the amount of the gift, a value that reflects a modest yield that reflects a benefit in perpetuity. Remembering Webb in our estate planning is one way we can follow the example set for us by our founder, William H. Webb. If you are a member of Webb’s Heritage Society, thank you; if not, please consider joining.

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DONATIONS Annual Giving William H. Webb Society Stephen D. Koopman ’91 Heidi C. Landen-Greene ’96 John W. Larson ’53 Maurice J. Laurier ’50 David S. Lawson Jr. ’55 Cyrus J. Lawyer IV ’06 Marc T. Limeri ’77 William T. Lindenmuth ’63 Lindsey K. Lindgren ’08 Bridget F. LisnykWashlack (Hon.) Douglas J. Loeser ’73 Anthony Loreto ’08 Christopher H. Lyons ’10 Dr. and Mrs. Walter M. Maclean Kyle R. Manis ’12 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Marburger P’07 Robert J. Marinelli ’73 Nikolas P. Martecchini ’09 Bernard C. Mayer ’57 Justin H. McCarthy ’55 Nathan J. McKenzie ’98 Joshua S. McMinn ’09 Thad J. Michael ’97 Stephen T. Minnich ’08 Edmund C. Mortimer PG’63 Andrei Mouravieff ’09

Richard A. Mulford ’61 Ian Mutnick ’96 Schuyler J. Needham ’12 Erik Nilsson ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Nowakowski P’10 William F. Nugent ’90 Liam C. O’Connell ’98 Matthew H. O’Leary ’07 Thomas T. O’Shea ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Keith O’Sullivan P’14 Dr. and Mrs. Carl R. Partanen P’87 Robert V. Pierce ’50 Charles G. Pieroth ’61, PG’64 Philip M. Poullada ’78 Mr. and Mrs. David Przelomski P’16 Mark D. Pudlo ’87 David C. Purdy ’50 Mr. Joseph H. Pyne Irving G. Raphael ’67 Edward A. Rerisi ’96 Donald E. Rickerson III ’13 Benjamin E. Rising ’93 Paul W. Risseeuw ’65 David R. Rodger ’63 Karen G. Rossbach ’91

James W. Royle Jr. ’66 Eric Runnerstrom ’69 Kit Ryan ’67 Christian Saether ’75 Arthur C. Sargent ’53 Christine Schleicher ’89 Dean M. Schleicher ’88 Richard Schmitt ’62 Eugene Schorsch ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Christian Schweizer P’08 Alexander L. Scott ’10 Mr. Benjamin Scott and Dr. Patricia Shustock P’10 Lewis R. Sheldon III ’73 Justin P. Shell ’08 David M. Shepard ’85 Steven C. Shepstone ’77 Lorne B. Sheren ’73 Edward Shope ’59 Richard B. Siek ’74 Reed D. Sigfridson ’73 Joseph A. Signorelli ’54 Elizabeth M. Singleton ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Slocum P’10 Bret S. Smart Jr. ’09 J. William Smith ’63 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 Kelly T. Sonerholm ’06 Richard T. Soper (Hon.) Leah R. Sosa ’08 Jeremy A. Stahlin ’66 Mr. and Mrs. George Stebe P’08 John R. Stebe ’08 Joseph F. Stroschein ’56 Mr. and Mrs. James Sturdy P’16 Gailmarie Sujecki (Hon.) Sean M. Sundey ’03 Henry B. Suydam ’43 Thomas S. Taylor ’53 Catherine A. Tedesco ’94 Matthew P. Tedesco ’91 Daniel P. Thrush ’96 Edmund G. Tornay ’56 Steven W. Torok ’97 Owen W. Tredennick ’97 Elizabeth A. Tuckel ’01 Matthew D. Turns ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Turns P’00

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 J. Michael Wallace ’62 Britton R. Ward ’95 Jonathan D. Ward ’09 Webb Alumni Association Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weklar P’15 Matthew R. Werner ’95 Sarah E. Wickenheiser ’08 Vincent S. Wickenheiser ’08 Daniel Wilson ’09X Scott G. Withee ’72 Stefan T. Wolczko ’09 Timothy Yen ’04 Peter B. Zahn ’80 Robert B. Zubaly ’55

One of my favorite things about Webb is participating in the Webb soccer team. I have played soccer my whole life, and being able to continue playing has been a lot of fun. Another one of my favorite things at Webb is singing in the Webb chorus, the WooFS. I had never tried singing in a chorus before and was surprised to find out how much I enjoy it. Finally, I enjoy the accessibility of all the facilities. –Amy Zahray ’14

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Jeffrey S. Magrane ’89 Mr. and Mrs. James Manis P’12 Matthew G. Marburger ’07 Henry S. Marcus ’65 Mariano’s Cleaning Service, Inc. Albert M. Martinson Jr. ’53 William R. McCreight ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Michael McElroy P’14 Jason W. Minett ’06 Michael G. Morabito ’05 Joseph D. Mott Jr. ’75 Lidia Mouravieff ’11 Katharine A. C. Munkenbeck ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mutnick P’96 George P. Neyman PG’66 Francis X. Nicastro ’56 Mr. Howard Frauenberger P’02 Jack Oczeretko ’12 Mr. Dale Froriep P’15 John F. O’Dea ’68 Patrick J. Gilmartin (Hon.) RADM and Mrs. Robert Michael J. Goodwin ’69 C. Olsen Jr. John A. Graap Jr. ’61 Henry A. Olson ’63 David J. Grant ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Owen P’15 Timothy Graul ’63X Jay E. Paris ’64 Stuart R. Greene ’95 Jennifer G. Grimsley-Michaeli ’98 Joel R. Parry ’79 Dale E. Pederson ’12 David M. Gross ’10 George L. Phillips ’51 Mr. and Mrs. George P. Gross Mr. and Mrs. Nat Pitti P’15 GP’10 Craig A. Pomeroy ’83 Charles L. Grover III ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Alan Poritz GP’15 Ryan E. Hackel ’04 Herman S. Preiser ’49 Thomas R. Hagner ’66 Walter D. Rabe ’70 Jared P. Harlan ’12 Lisa M. Read ’97 Dr. Richard C. Harris Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Andrew D. Harville ’09 Reifsnyder P’08 Brian D. Heberley ’01 Jeffrey D. Reifsnyder ’08 Christine L. Heberley ’02 Thomas C. Rider ’82 Bill Helming ’73 Richard C. Rodi ’64X T. Mark Herder ’78 John K. Roper ’53 Halsey C. Herreshoff ’55 Edward W. Ross ’45 Ernest L. Holmboe ’61 Kenneth Rusinek ’72 Kenneth C. Holmboe ’55 David L. Rusnak ’88 John C. Hootman ’01 Thomas A. Ryan ’88 Mr. Glenn Howard Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sarles P’10 Joseph A. Hubbard ’95 David J. Sawyer ’08 Michael J. Hughes ’88 Rachel A. Sawyer ’09 Lucas A. Hurt ’01 Spencer A. Schilling Jr. ’82 John F. Ince ’66 Frederick Seibold Jr. ’61 Daniel P. Jacques ’87 Carl R. Setterstrom ’73 Orris B. James Jr. ’51X James J. Shaughnessy ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Luke A. Shingledecker ’00 Jansen P’14 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Smith P’13 Caitlin E. Jarecki ’05 J. Niel Spillane ’50 Vincent J. Jarecki III ’05 Jerry L. Steiner ’70 Ralph E. Johnson ’68 Larry K. Stephens ’63 Eric Jordan ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Kamahi P’93 Luke L. Suda ’80 Michael J. Telfer ’98 Joseph J. Kelleher ’84 Thomas R. Tolppi ’90 Ivan N. Kirschner ’81X Jessica K. Tomczak ’08 Robert J. Kleinschmit ’06 Peter K. Wallace ’93 Ulrich H. Koch ’55 Mr. Robert Waterhouse and Mrs. Philip C. Koenig ’80 Linda Ziedrich P’13 John B. Kopp ’41 William C. Webster ’59 Clinton W. Kreitner PG’65 Emily E. Whitman ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Simmy D. Willemann ’10 Kupferer P’99 Jonathan G. Williamson ’58 Geoffrey G. Landon ’79 Ethan T. Wiseman ’11 Evan J. Lee ’05 Karl R. Witmer ’75 Peter S. C. Lee ’10 Jerod L. Wyman ’98 Jonathan D. Leivo ’07 David M. Yannitell ’67 Diana M. Look ’09 Eugene A. Yourch ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Louie GP’13 Matthew B. Zahn ’05 Mrs. Roger M. Luke Thomas E. Zielinski ’72 Duncan T. MacLane ’78

DONATIONS Annual Giving PRESIDENT’S CLUB

$500 to $999 Anonymous (6) Edgar D. Alderson ’49 Roderick A. Barr ’60 Dr. Roger Basu Mark R. Bebar ’70 Gwendalyn D. Benoit ’01 James B. Benoit ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Benoit P’01 Michael R. Birmann ’86 Andrew S. Bond ’98 W. Porter Bratten III ’08 Thomas P. Brewton ’74 Candace Brown ’04 Mr. James Brown Stuart C. Bunnell ’70 Mr. and Mrs. David Cain P’07 Thomas W. Campbell ’69 William M. Cannon ’65 Michael E. Cariello ’10 Dr. and Mrs. Esteban Castro P’11 Paul D. Chapman ’67 Albert R. Chovit ’51 Richard A. Claytor PG’56 Thomas B. Cole ’60 Anthony T. Constable ’02 Jason M. Dahl ’02 William C. Danilczyk ’07 Dudley A. Dawson ’71 Mrs. Eleanor B. Day Mr. and Mrs. Richard Del Valle P ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent DelGatto P’12 Tedi R. Derrickson ’10 Andrew J. DeSpirito ’03 Thomas E. Dickenson ’92 Sean R. Doran ’12 Jonathan H. Dowsett ’09 Alana Duerr ’08 Phillip S. Duerr ’09 Robert E. Dvorak ’07 James R. Dwyer ’72 Michael S. Eaton ’06 David D. Eberhardt ’07 Richard G. Eddy ’55 Robert L. Ediin ’54 Fred P. Endrizzi ’62 Samuel R. Ernst ’03 Patrick D. Faas ’07 Frank P. Falci Jr. ’54 Kenneth W. Faulter ’81 Theresa L. Fielding ’96 Kimberly A. Fisher ’86 Alan G. Forssell ’53

YOUNG AMERICA CLUB $250 to $499

Daniel S. Mannheim ’08 William J. Markuske ’10 Thomas W. Mattson ’67 Anonymous (2) James W. McCoy ’57 Robyn J. Anders ’64 Gary W. McCue ’75 James K. Antrim ’72 Bill R. McEachen ’84 Kevin D. Baetsen ’77 Vito R. Milano PG ’60 Ms. Susan C. Barra P’07 William M. Milewski ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory D. John R. Mixon ’97 Bergquist P’99 Stephen K. Neely ’85 Victor W. Bethge ’53, GP’05 John D. Nonemaker II ’10 Alan M. Bolind ’98 PG’99 Andrew J. Nowakowski ’10 Nathaniel S. Bossett ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Rick P. Paradis Michael J. Bradford ’75 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burnett P’16 Jonathan G. Parrott ’79 Mark D. Paulhus ’85 Michael Bushnell ’69 Stephen M. Payne (Hon.) Mrs. Phyllis Canter David R. Pedrick ’70 Chad S. Caron ’98 George A. Petersen ’51 Michael G.K. Cheng ’12 Daniel J. Platt ’87 Mr.and Mrs. David S. Robert C. Ranzenbach ’82 Comiske P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Brandt A. Bruce D. Cox ’66 Rising P’93 Steven M. Cullity Jr. ’07 Joshua W. Rothman ’10 Nicholas J. DelGatto ’12 Ryan W. Sadlo ’07 Greg Diggs ’91 Mr. Thomas D. Sartor Nicholas M. Dombrowski ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Grant B. Dugan ’81 Sawyer P’08 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eaton P’06 Mr. and Mrs. Walter John S. Eck ’90 Schacht P’13 Allen D. Evans ’61 Arthur W. Schmidt ’48 Jenna M. Ferrieri ’11 Gram E. Schweikert ’02 J. Carey Filling Jr. ’93 John E. Sirutis ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Trevor French, P’09 Daniel J. Snyder ’10 Mark W. Gagnon ’82 John S. Spencer ’69 Michael L. Gerardi ’82 Mr. and Mrs. James Spillane P’13 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gilfus P’15 Mr. Joseph Stansky and Bradley D. Golden ’99 Ms. Lynn O’Brien P’16 Patrick J. Goss ’90 Stanley C. Stockdale ’73 Ms. Toni Gratzel P’15 Michael H. Stodick ’00 C. Kent Greenwald ’80 John J. Sullivan IV ’01 Dr. Linda Gross-Cheliotes P’10 Christopher Swanton ’98 Mr. Austin P. Guenther Donald J. Szostak ’59 Lance O. Guliani ’81 William B. Terney ’60 Nathan T. Hagan ’12 Mr. Bruce Thompson and Ms. Robert W. Hall ’67 Laurie Geisel P’15 Erica L. Hansen ’81 Bernard M. Thomson III ’66 Daniel H. Harris ’85 Lennert O. Thunberg ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Edward S. Van Dusen ’67 Harris P’85 Ryan L. Vittetoe ’94 Nancy A. Harris ’88 Phillip J. Wagner ’78 Charles E. Hawkins IV ’91 Robert J. Walling ’12 Robert B. Hedges ’53 Lawrence W. Ward PG’51 Patrick T. Hester ’01 Jennifer K. Waters ’91 David S. Homiak ’75 Thomas J. Waters ’89 Christopher G. Hooper ’11 William A. Watts ’76 Mrs. Jessica Hurt P’01 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ms. Alexandra Iozzi P’15 Wickenheiser P’08 Peter E. Jaquith ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mrs. Patricia B. Jeffers P’01 Wolczko P’09 Robert K. Jenner ’70 Mark K. Wolf ’95 Albert N. Kamahi ’93 Daniel W. Yannitell ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Kehl P’91 Andrew S. Zahn ’76 Steven L. Kerr ’82 Gary R. Zane ’77 Mr. & Mrs. David Kleiman P’87 Mr. and Mrs. David Ziedrich GP’13 Andrew R. Kondracki ’83 William P. Krol Jr. ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Krzysztof Kuczera P’15 Russell E. Kupferer ’99 Michael G. LaGrassa ’07 Peter J. Lapp ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Lee P’89 Johanna M. Lee ’08 David E. Little ’75 Andrew Lum ’12

(Hon.) Indicates Honorary alumnus/a. | The names of DECEASED donors are italicized.

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DONATIONS Cumulative Giving

LAUREATE FELLOWS

FOUNDING

$1,000,000 +

$100,000 TO $249,999

American Bureau of Shipping John O. Crafts 1902 Mr. and Mrs. Allen N. Hoyt ’36 Kate I. Luckenbach H. Smith McKann ’38 Dr. John J. McMullen (Hon.) James G. Motley 1914 Stephen R. Towne ’40 Alfred M. Zeien ’52

Mario Iacobucci Andrea ’39 Carl B. ’25 and Florence H. Aster Joyce P. Bethge GP’05 (Hon.) Jay P. Carson ’73 Alexander Delli Paoli ’50 Mrs. Katherine Dixon P’11 (n) S. Keith Dixon P’11 (n) 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 Huntington Ingalls Newport News Ronald K. Kiss ’63 Charles Kurz II (Hon.) John A. Malone ’71 (n) Thomas N. Manuel ’54 (n) Willard V. Markey ’35 Roy P. McPherson ’44B Metro Machine Corp. McMullen Family Foundation (n) R. Keith Michel ’73 (n) Walter H. Michel Jr. ’39 John W. Newcomb ’66 Orange County Community Foundation (n) Robert H. Owens ’44A Richard Pomfret ’62 Randolph H. Pritchard ’18 Stanley L. Quick ’44A Marian R. Quick John K. Roper ’53 Mr. and Mrs. Clayton E. Royce ’46 Mr. and Mrs. George A. Sawyer Joseph A. Schetz ’58 Daniel Schorsch ’58 Victor E. Scottron ’36 Dr. and Mrs. James H. Simons James E. Steele ’41

LAUREATE SUSTAINERS $500,000 TO $999,999 William J. Blanton Jr. ’71 Dr. John C. Couch (Hon.) Joseph J. Cuneo ’57 ExxonMobil Foundation James J. Henry ’35 Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Lenfest Mr. and Mrs. John A. Livingston ’24

LAUREATE LEADERS $250,000 TO $499,999 Victor W. Bethge ’53, GP’05 Arthur A. Burr ’54 Crowley Maritime Corporation Leslie B. Durant ’39 GAMCO Asset Management Company Richard A. Goldbach ’58 Robert D. Goldbach ’58 A. Dudley Haff ’37 J. J. Henry Company, Inc. Robert K. Kistler ’46 Mr. and Mrs. Duane H. Laible ’62 Owen H. Oakley ’37 Lester Rosenblatt (Hon.) John W. Russell ’67 Richard W. Thorpe ’55 Peter Van Dyke ’60

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The William H. Webb Society honors and celebrates the extraordinary commitment of Webb's most loyal contributors—those donors whose cumulative giving exceeds $25,000. We extend our sincere appreciation to the following Alumni, Trustees, Parents of Students and Alumni, Friends, Corporations and Foundations, who are members of the William H. Webb Cumulative Giving Society.

Walmer E. Strope ’42 Reuben W. Taylor Jr. ’55 Thomas S. Taylor ’53 The Bostonian Society/Boston Historical The G. Unger Vetlesen Foundation (n) The Glosten Associates, Inc. The James J. Henry Charitable Trust The Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers The TK Foundation Van Dyke Family Foundation Homer N. Wallin Jr. PG’62 Edward B. Warchol ’37 Grace Ward Lawrence W. Ward PG’51 Edward R. Weber ’42 Thomas A. Wheaton ’77 (n) Geoffrey D. M. Wilkie ’82

SUSTAINING $50,000 TO $99,999 George W. Birkhead ’63 Boeing Matching Gift Program Mr. Donald Bollinger Bollinger Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Burns Donald L. Caldera ’57 Richard C. Celotto ’73 R. Perry Connell ’97 (n) Alvin E. Cox ’41 Jerry W. Cuthbert ’56 Paul H. Diehl ’56 (n) Stephen C. Dvorak ’50 (n) Richard G. Eddy ’55 Frederick P. Eisenbiegler ’46 George A. Gilmore ’57 Jerrier A. Haddad (Hon.) Jacques B. Hadler (Hon.) James Harvie ’55 Robert J. Healy ’83 (n) Herbert Engineering Corp. (n) Stephen R. Judson ’74 (n) Edmund T. Klemmer ’44B

New member (n) | (Hon.) Indicates Honorary alumnus/a. | The names of DECEASED donors are italicized.

Ulrich H. Koch ’55 Joseph A. Kochanczyk ’41 Carl E. Kreidler ’20 Dorothy J. Kurz (n) Kurz Foundation (n) Horton W. Lain ’55 Timothy S. Leach ’91 Lockheed Martin Corporation Foundation M. Rosenblatt & Son, Inc. Mark F. Martecchini ’79 Wayne D. Martin ’67 Albert M. Martinson Jr. ’53 Gregory M. Matzat ’89 Justin H. McCarthy ’55 Robert G. Mende ’51 Richards T. Miller ’40 Francis X. Nicastro ’56 (n) Steven Pagan ’88 John R. Paul ’69 Edward Renshaw ’44A Scott Richards ’77 (n) Bruce S. Rosenblatt (Hon.) Mr. Steven T. Scalzo Alfred H. Schwendtner ’54 (n) SeaRiver Maritime, Inc. (n) Peter A. Silvia ’62 Philip J. Sims ’71 Ted A. Slotwinski ’73 John A. Springer III ’82 (n) Steve M. Stone ’06 (n) The Ambrose Monell Foundation 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.) Steven F. Wolgamot ’69 Adin K. Woodward ’43 Charles Zeien ’50

LEADERSHIP $25,000 TO $49,999 Benjamin B. Ackers ’97 Ronald J. Altmann ’63 Amgen Foundation (n) Catherine M. Anderson ’93 Ms. Barbara L. Aster Paul E. Atkinson ’42 Montgomery Banister ’44A George J. Berger ’66 F. Roland Bjorklund ’66 BMT Designers and Planners (n) Thomas H. Bond ’45 David M. Bovet ’70 Joseph L. Brennan ’79 (n) Judson B. Broome ’91 Peter C. Bryn ’06 (n) Timothy N. Buffum ’44A Steven G. Buttner ’70 Mr. Edward J. Campbell Lincoln D. Cathers ’56 Paul D. Chapman ’67 Chevron Humankind Employee Funds Community Foundation of New Jersey Roger H. Compton ’61, PG’64 Michael Costagliola ’42 Mr. Edward C. Dumont Mr. & Mrs. R. Peaslee DuMont ’32 Kathleen W. Eddy John L.R. Edgar III ’87 Enron Corporation ExxonMobil S. Allen Face III ’70 Philip R. Faurot ’51 (n) James A. Fay ’44B Peter B. Fontneau ’68 R. Mark Forssell ’55 Foss Marine Holdings, Inc. Foss Maritime Co. C. Larry French (Hon.) Peter A. Gale ’59 John P. Gallagher ’74 Edward F. Ganly ’36


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Austin Ganly (n) Charles Garland ’58 General Dynamics NASSCO General Electric Corporation Thomas W. Gillette ’52 Patrick J. Gilmartin (Hon.) Mr. Richard A. Gilmore ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Hal Granger P’14 (n) Leslie M. Gray III ’68 Mr. and Mrs. David L. Greene P’95 William B. Hale ’78 (n) Mr. and Mrs. Scott Harlan P’12 Paul W. Hayes ’54 John G. Hill ’36 Mrs. Anne P. Hindle John D. Holman ’44B Manuel G. Hontoria ’88 Albert S. Hove ’55 William C. Hurt III ’59 Illinois Tool Works Foundation (n) Jewish Communal Fund (n) George A. Johnson ’36 Frank Joyce ’44A Anthony Karpich ’36 David H. Klinges (Hon.) Jennifer E. Kollmer ’91 Thomas E. Koster ’67 Frank A. Kuntz ’40

Alfred Kurzenhauser ’51 Jon Jay LaBerge ’76 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 Mrs. Ewan A. MacCormack Edward M. MacCutcheon ’37 Endel Mann ’60 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 Jason M. Neuman ’93 Ronald C. Olander ’55 (n) Warren W. Oliver Jr. ’50 Jennifer B. Panosky ’85 Robert V. Pierce ’50 Charles G. Pieroth ’61, PG’64 Philip M. Poullada ’78 Irving G. Raphael ’67 Raytheon Systems Company/ Matching Gifts Paul W. Risseeuw ’65 (n) David R. Rodger ’63

Rolls-Royce Naval Marine Inc. James W. Royle Jr. ’66 Richard Schmitt ’62 Eugene Schorsch ’52 Joseph A. Signorelli ’54 Richard T. Soper (Hon.) Walter W. Splackhaver ’22 David G. St. Amand ’77 Mr. and Mrs. David Stone P’06 Winston B. Sutter ’53 Henry B. Suydam ’43 Robert Taggart ’42 The Gerda and Ole Skaarup Foundation Charles E. Thornhill ’42 Mr. Michael W. Toner (n) John D. Van Buskirk ’76 (n) Mr. Stephen A. Van Dyck Paul G. Vibrans ’71 Edward V. Vienckowski ’78 Robert J. vom Saal ’67 Abbott D. Weiss ’63 (n) Michael J. Whalen ’79 Dr. George Williams and Ms. Gloria Sosa Robert L. Williams ’54 W. Brett Wilson ’75 Frank W. Wood ’40

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A M E S S A G E F R O M T H E A L U M N I A S S O C I AT I O N

A Year For The Record Books Could it be just a coincidence that next year (2014) marks the 125th anniversary of the founding of Webb Institute (check those numbers … 1-2-5) … and in anticipation of that celebration, the 2012-13 Webb Alumni Fund (WAF) posted another record year with annual fund contributions of almost $1,250,000 (($1,246,363 to be exact) – an increase of 5.5% over last year. The average personal gift increased to $1,390 (up 4%), the average total gift (including matching) increased to $1,666 (up 5.6%), and 310 alumni (41% of alumni donors) were

MATTHEW P. TEDESCO ’91 WAA President 2012-2014

members of the William H. Webb (WHW) Society, having contributed at least $1,000. As impressive as $1,250,000 may sound, we didn’t quite make our goal of $1,265,000, but if we were to include the $118,000 in relatively modest “planned gifts” that were realized from the estates of four Webb alums now deceased (James Motley 1914, Allen Hoyt ‘36, Stephen Dvorak ’50, and William Cleary ’51), the goal would have been comfortably exceeded. Total gifts from alumni, living and deceased, in 2012-13 were $1,365,000. We

JOHN A. MALONE ’71 Webb Alumni Fund Chairman

In fact, this Annual Report begins a new practice of identifying the “giving club in perpetuity” that results from an assumed 4% annual yield from a planned gift. In other words, a realized planned gift of $25,000 earns that deceased alum recognition in every Annual Report as “William H. Webb Society Member in perpetuity” because $25,000 x 4% = $1,000 to Webb every year.

encourage all alums to become members of the Webb

Overall participation by all living members of the

Heritage Society, which recognizes those who have the

Webb Alumni Association was 69% for 2012-13, but

foresight to provide for Webb in their estate planning.

if we calculate participation based only on our living

CLASS AGENTS 1939 1940 1943 1944B 1945 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961

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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

1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980

Richard Pomfret George W. Birkhead Eugene R. Miller Jr. Paul W. Risseeuw John W. Newcomb John W. Russell John F. O’Dea Eric Runnerstrom Eric W. Linsner 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

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Erica L. Hansen 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

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 PG’61PG’68 PG’99

Andrew W. Polay Jason P. Updegraph 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 Colin Spillane Edmund C. Mortimer William C. Stafford


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WAF CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION VS. GOALS

2012-13 was an impressive 71%. We congratulate all of our Class Agents for this achievement, particularly those 14 whose classes achieved 100% participation: ’43, ’45, ’49, ’54, ’55, ’59, ’60, ’67, ’69, ’70, ’06, ’07, ’09, and ’13. We applaud the outstanding participation of the eight most recent graduating classes (’06 – ’13)—an impressive 92.1%. Clearly, Webb Institute remains

($ THOUSANDS)

comparison with other colleges), our participation for

CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT

undergraduates (which is the standard practice for

$1,500 $1,400 $1,300 $1,200 $1,100 $1,000 $900 $800 $700 $600 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 0

vibrant and relevant as its recent graduates show their

GOAL WAF CONTRIBUTIONS

’04–’05 ’05–’06

’06–’07

respect and affection through their financial support. A notable highlight of 2012-13 was the re-establishment of a team of Group Leaders who will coordinate and support the Class Agents in their assigned groups

’07–’08

’08–’09

’09–’10

’10–’11

’11–’12

’12–’13

WAF CAMPAIGN YEAR

on an increased role in the WAF as the principal point of contact at Webb for communication and correspondence with Alumni, Class Agents, and Group Leaders.

of classes. The Group Leaders are: Tom Manuel ’54,

The success of the Webb Alumni Fund depends on the

Roger Compton ’61, Eric Runnerstrom ’69, Tony

Board of Trustees’ Development Committee for their

Urbanelli ’75, Jen Panosky ’85, Jake Neuman ’93, Jason

leadership and guidance, our outstanding team of Class

Updegraph ’01, and Stefan Wolczko ’09. Looking

Agents for their dedication and support, and the

ahead to 2013-14, we are pleased to announce the

Development Office staff for their enthusiasm and hard

appointment of Stefan Wolczko ’09 as WAF Co-

work. As we approach the 125th anniversary of Webb

Chair. In that capacity, he will take on increasing

Institute, we are reminded that it is the generosity of the

responsibility for the operation of the annual WAF,

748 Webb grads, postgraduates, and honorary alums

allowing the Alumni Fund Chairman to focus more

identified in the pages of this Annual Report that

attention on the Major Donor and Planned Giving

perpetuates the legacy of William H. Webb to provide the

components of our development and fundraising

bright, eager, and deserving students of today and future

program. Honorary alum Gailmarie Sujecki will take

generations an extraordinary educational opportunity.

WEBB GROUP LEADERS

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

ALUMNI REGIONAL COORDINATORS

President ...................... Matthew P. Tedesco ’91

Northern New England .............. Russ Hoffman ’74

Vice President .................Jennifer E. Kollmer ’91

Southern New England .............. Doug Slocum ’10

Secretary ........................Peter Wallace ’93

New York Area ........................... Michael Klein-Urena ’11

1989–1997 ....... Jason M. Neuman ’93

Treasurer ........................Victoria Dlugokecki ’88

Washington D.C. Area ................ Kathleen Cain ’07

1998–2005 ...... Jason P. Updegraph ’01

Fifth Member...................Simmy D. Willemann ’10

Southern Virginia ...................... Jennifer Ryan ’99

2006–2013 ...... Stefan T. Wolczko ’09

Regional Coordinator ......Ian Mutnick ’96

Florida....................................... Volunteer needed

Alumni Fund Chairman ....John A. Malone ’71

Texas ......................................... Tom Koster ’67

Historian .........................Matthew R. Werner ’95, PG’97

Southern California ................... Michelle Adam ’97

Past President ................Richard C. Celotto ’73

Northern California ................... Cameron Baker ’07

Members at Large ...........Thomas N. Manuel ’54 Anthony A. Urbanelli ’75

Seattle/Pacific Northwest ........ Stefan Wolczko ’09

1948–1957 ....... Thomas N. Manuel ’54 1958–1964 ....... Roger H. Compton ’61, PG‘64 1965–1971 ........ Eric Runnerstrom ’69 1972–1979 ........ Anthony A. Urbanelli ’75 1980–1988 ....... Jennifer B. Panosky ’85

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Alumni giving is the cornerstone of Webb’s fundraising foundation. It allows Webb to continue to grow and provide the best educational experiences possible to our students. Webb is especially grateful to its alumni whose extraordinary loyalty manifests itself through one of the highest alumni giving participation rates among all colleges and universities anywhere in the world.

Alumni Giving by Class Year

Webb’s dedicated Class Agents play an integral role in helping increase alumni participation and revenue by encouraging classmates to demonstrate an active role in Webb’s future by supporting the school and being involved in activities on and off campus.

DONATIONS Honorary Alumni GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 10 Participation 43% Dollars $22,959 Patrick J. Gilmartin * Jerrier A. Haddad * Jacques B. Hadler * Barbara Hamlin * David H. Klinges * Charles Kurz II* Bridget F. Lisnyk-Washlack * Bruce S. Rosenblatt * Richard T. Soper * Gailmarie Sujecki

1941 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 2 Participation 50% Dollars $2,100 Charles M. Cox John B. Kopp

1943

1946

1949

1952

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 3 Participation 100% Dollars $5,457

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 1 Participation 50% Dollars $100

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 3 Participation 100% Dollars $1,500

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 4 Participation 67% Dollars $22,060

Harrison T. Loeser Henry B. Suydam * Philip Thiel *

Robert L. Kelly *

Edgar D. Alderson Herman S. Preiser * John J. Slager *

Thomas W. Gillette * Gabriel F. Lefebvre * Eugene Schorsch * John W. Sims *

1947

1944B GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 2 Participation 50% Dollars $2,000 James A. Fay * Edmund T. Klemmer * Barbara Hamlin *

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 1 Participation 25% Dollars $1,000 Warren E. Culbertson

1948

1945 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 5 Participation 100% Dollars $3,800

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 2 Participation 67% Dollars $600 Donald E. Kane * Arthur W. Schmidt *

Thomas H. Bond * Richard D. Jaffin * Robert B. Reed * Edward W. Ross * John B. Woodward *

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1950 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 6 Participation 67% Dollars $18,402 Alexander Delli Paoli * Maurice J. Laurier * Robert V. Pierce * David C. Purdy * J. Niel Spillane * Charles Zeien

1951 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 8 Participation 80% Dollars $7,250 Robert J. Anderson Albert R. Chovit * Philip R. Faurot * Robert G. Mende * George A. Petersen * George L. Phillips * Robert M. Wilkinson * Carl P. Wilson * Orris B. James Jr. ’51X

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1953 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 9 Participation 90% Dollars $8,140 Victor W. Bethge * Alan G. Forssell * Robert B. Hedges * John W. Larson * Albert M. Martinson John K. Roper * Arthur C. Sargent * Winston B. Sutter * Thomas S. Taylor *


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Webb students follow a long-standing tradition of self-governance and academic rigor. We rise to the challenge of our work and responsibilities. Students in the program know that “Webbie” is much more than a cute moniker. –Henry Jansen ‘14

1954

1956

1958

1960

1962

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 8 Participation 100% Dollars $49,159

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 9 Participation 90% Dollars $14,805

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 11 Participation 92% Dollars $17,112

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 11 Participation 100% Dollars $13,280

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 12 Participation 92% Dollars $32,519

Arthur A. Burr * Robert L. Ediin * Frank P. Falci * Paul W. Hayes * Thomas N. Manuel * Alfred H. Schwendtner * Joseph A. Signorelli * Robert L. Williams * George L. Colborn ’54X * George H. Plude ’54X *

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 *

W. Edward Christiansen * Charles Garland * Richard A. Goldbach * Robert D. Goldbach Charles L. Grover * Raymond S. Hall * Alfred I. Raff * Joseph A. Schetz * Daniel Schorsch * Lennert O. Thunberg * Jonathan G. Williamson

Roderick A. Barr * William L. Brinck 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 *

Albert H. Bowers * 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 *

1959

1961

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 10 Participation 100% Dollars $11,425

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 9 Participation 90% Dollars $6,253

Peter A. Gale * Arthur L. Harrison William C. Hurt * Robert S. Johnson * William C. Marrin * Edward Shope * Oren L. Stephans * Donald J. Szostak * William C. Webster * Eugene A. Yourch

Wayne H. Christensen Roger H. Compton * Allen D. Evans * John A. Graap * Ernest L. Holmboe * Richard A. Mulford * Charles G. Pieroth * Frederick Seibold * Theodore L. Thorsen *

1955 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 14 Participation 100% Dollars $48,206 Richard G. Eddy R. Mark Forssell * James Harvie * Halsey C. Herreshoff Kenneth C. Holmboe * Ulrich H. Koch * Horton W. Lain * David S. Lawson * Justin H. McCarthy * Ronald C. Olander * Reuben W. Taylor * Richard W. Thorpe * Charles G. Visconti * Robert B. Zubaly *

1957 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 9 Participation 82% Dollars $36,893 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 *

1963 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 13 Participation 93% Dollars $55,314 Ronald J. Altmann * George W. Birkhead * Donald C. Deckebach 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 * Timothy Graul ’63X Bridget F. Lisnyk-Washlack (Hon.) *

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DONATIONS Alumni Giving by Class Year

1969

1972

1975

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 10 Participation 100% Dollars $13,700

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 16 Participation 94% Dollars $15,555

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 17 Participation 81% Dollars $34,190

Michael Bushnell Thomas W. Campbell * Michael J. Goodwin Thomas P. Mastronarde * John R. Paul * Eric Runnerstrom * Robert C. Seiwell * Paul G. Snyder * John S. Spencer Steven F. Wolgamot *

James K. Antrim * Peter D. Canning * Thomas W. Chadwick * David S. Chapman * Michael D. Comens * Philip S. Douthit * James R. Dwyer * Willa N. France * Geoffrey D. Fuller * James N. Greenlees * Jay S. Howell * Kenneth Rusinek * Paul R. Vragel Scott G. Withee Thomas E. Zielinski * Peter F. Zink *

John P. Archibald Michael J. Bradford Michael R. Brooks Peter W. Flemming David S. Homiak * Timothy A. Knowles David E. Little Gary W. McCue * Joel S. McMinn Douglas R. McPherson Joseph D. Mott Geoffrey S. Rivinius * Christian Saether * Christopher N. Tupper * Anthony A. Urbanelli * W. Brett Wilson * Karl R. Witmer *

1970 1964 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 6 Participation 55% Dollars $37,599 Robyn J. Anders * Kenneth W. Fisher * Kenneth L. Heitner * Paul B. Mentz * Eugene R. Miller * Jay E. Paris * Richard C. Rodi ’64X *

1965 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 8 Participation 89% Dollars $4,197 William M. Cannon * Peter E. Jaquith * Karl L. Kirkman * Henry S. Marcus * David G. Moorhead * Paul W. Risseeuw * William G. Wallace * Robert A. Warren Bob Huret ’65X *

1966 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 12 Participation 75% Dollars $25,300 George J. Berger * F. R. Bjorklund * James A. Bock Fred B. Chester * Bruce D. Cox Douglas H. Dirks *

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Thomas R. Hagner * John F. Ince * John W. Newcomb * James W. Royle * Jeremy A. Stahlin * Bernard M. Thomson * Alexander C. Landsburg ’66X

1967 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 15 Participation 100% Dollars $20,500 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 * Mark Skinner ’67X *

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 17 Participation 100% Dollars $36,672 Anonymous Jonathan R. Amy * Mark R. Bebar * David M. Bovet * Stuart C. Bunnell * Steven G. Buttner * S. Allen Face * 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 6 Participation 55% Dollars $19,839

1968 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 7 Participation 70% Dollars $8,265

Gerald E. Bellows * Dudley A. Dawson * Paul Gronwall John A. Malone * Philip J. Sims * Paul G. Vibrans * Dennis F. Antweiler ’71X *

Anonymous * Peter B. Fontneau * John L. Glaeser * Leslie M. Gray Ralph E. Johnson * John F. O’Dea Kent D. Woodward

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1973 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 16 Participation 80% Dollars $80,957 Jay P. Carson * Richard C. Celotto * David H. Collins Bill Helming John R. Knobel * Stephen J. Lardie Douglas J. Loeser Robert J. Marinelli * R. Keith Michel * Joseph G. Rudnicki * Carl R. Setterstrom Lewis R. Sheldon * Lorne B. Sheren * Reed D. Sigfridson * Ted A. Slotwinski * Stanley C. Stockdale

1974 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 8 Participation 73% Dollars $22,100 Anonymous A. Todd Andre-Colton Thomas P. Brewton * John P. Gallagher * Russell H. Hoffman * Stephen R. Judson * Richard B. Siek * Peter F. Weber *

1976 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 9 Participation 64% Dollars $17,595 Gregory E. Castleman Peter R. Coe David S. Greeley Richard F. Labasky Jon Jay LaBerge * Richard A. Smith * John D. Van Buskirk * William A. Watts * Andrew S. Zahn

1977 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 17 Participation 77% Dollars $56,286 Kevin D. Baetsen * Carl D. Fast * Richard A. Gilmore * Gregory M. Griffin * David A. Helgerson * Peter J. Lapp * Marc T. Limeri * Scott D. Orlosky Robert H. Owens * Scott S. 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

1984

1986

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 12 Participation 75% Dollars $17,362

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 9 Participation 53% Dollars $3,982

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 11 Participation 55% Dollars $12,750

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 3 Participation 25% Dollars $2,530

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 8 Participation 42% Dollars $1,875

Matthew D. Blake * Alfred A. Bozzuffi * Louis T. Codega * Neil J. Gallagher * Fred Gordon David W. Gustavson * William B. Hale * T. Mark Herder * Duncan T. MacLane * Philip M. Poullada * Edward V. Vienckowski * Phillip J. Wagner *

Robert M. Conachey * C. Kent Greenwald James A. Gretzky * Kathleen Henn * Michael J. Kidwell Philip C. Koenig * Todd R. Nass Luke L. Suda * Peter B. Zahn *

Anonymous * Kyle S. Brunelle * Mark W. Gagnon * Michael L. Gerardi * Steven L. Kerr James R. Moody * Robert C. Ranzenbach * Thomas C. Rider * Spencer A. Schilling * John A. Springer * Geoffrey D. Wilkie *

Anonymous * Joseph J. Kelleher * Bill R. McEachen *

Anonymous Michael R. Birmann * John A. DiBlasi Kimberly A. Fisher * Lawrence Leibman William M. Milewski Melissa K. Morgan * Scott D. Roodvoets

1979

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 5 Participation 63% Dollars $1,850

1983

Robert P. Fooks Robert F. Glover Douglas C. Goldhirsch * Daniel H. Harris * Glen W. Margolis Jim McMahon * Stephen K. Neely Jennifer B. Panosky * Mark D. Paulhus Thomas J. Perrotti * Daniel E. Rolland David M. Shepard *

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 8 Participation 50% Dollars $20,539 Stephen R. Breit * Joseph L. Brennan * Douglas S. Henn * Geoffrey G. Landon * Mark F. Martecchini * Jonathan G. Parrott * Joel R. Parry * Michael J. Whalen *

1981 Grant B. Dugan * Kenneth W. Faulter * Lance O. Guliani * Erica L. Hansen William P. Krol Ivan N. Kirschner ’81X *

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 6 Participation 38% Dollars $18,350 Charles N. Corrado Richard S. Graham * Robert J. Healy Andrew R. Kondracki * Craig A. Pomeroy * Carol A. Vernon

1985 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 12 Participation 57% Dollars $6,550

1987 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 9 Participation 45% Dollars $7,505 John L.R. Edgar * Paul F. Gallagher * Daniel R. Healy Lorraine Healy Daniel P. Jacques Daniel J. Platt * Mark D. Pudlo * Barry M. Solomon Tracy L. Zullo

Webb Sailing team winning 3rd Place in American Spring Series.

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DONATIONS Alumni Giving by Class Year

1993

1997

2000

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 10 Participation 63% Dollars $16,725

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 12 Participation 63% Dollars $25,488

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 8 Participation 57% Dollars $5,270

Catherine M. Anderson * J. Carey Filling * Spencer Johnson Albert N. Kamahi * Jason M. Neuman * Erik Nilsson * Benjamin E. Rising * Jeanne E. Torstenson * Peter K. Wallace * Meldon J. Wolfgang *

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 * Steven W. Torok Owen W. Tredennick *

Jeffrey B. Bowles * Damian Bozzacco * Scott G. Furr * Thomas T. O’Shea Andrew W. Polay * Luke A. Shingledecker * Michael H. Stodick Matthew D. Turns *

1994 1988

1990

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 10 Participation 56% Dollars $15,284

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 7 Participation 47% Dollars $3,400

Ian R. Busch * Victoria Dlugokecki * C. Mitch Dmohowski Nancy A. Harris * Manuel G. Hontoria * Michael J. Hughes * Steven Pagan * David L. Rusnak Thomas A. Ryan Dean M. Schleicher *

Michael C. Barton Scott D. Black * John S. Eck Patrick J. Goss * Eugene H. Gotimer William F. Nugent Thomas R. Tolppi

1989

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 12 Participation 67% Dollars $40,375

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 7 Participation 44% Dollars $22,424 John N. Costello * Todd R. Heidenreich * Jeffrey S. Magrane * Gregory M. Matzat * Christine Schleicher* James J. Shaughnessy * Thomas J. Waters *

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 13 Participation 93% Dollars $8,300

1991 Judson B. Broome * Greg Diggs Charles E. Hawkins * William L. Jukes Jennifer E. Kollmer * Stephen D. Koopman * Timothy S. Leach J. Paul Lemoine S. Taylor Olson Karen G. Rossbach * Matthew P. Tedesco * Jennifer K. Waters *

Thomas E. Dickenson * Christoph A. Grueneis * Theresa Haven * Paul T. Weber *

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Paulo A. Almeida Thomas A. Beckley Christopher B. Decker 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 *

1996 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 9 Participation 56% Dollars $11,396

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 4 Participation 25% Dollars $7,350

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Anonymous * John A. Grabeel Scott Mantel Amee A. Shah Catherine A. Tedesco * Ryan L. Vittetoe

1995

1992

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GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 6 Participation 33% Dollars $2,750

Nathaniel S. Bossett Theresa L. Fielding Christopher M. Lake * Heidi C. Landen-Greene * Eugene R. Miller * Ian Mutnick * Edward A. Rerisi * Joel P. Sodowsky * Daniel P. Thrush

Heritage Society Member

1998 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 14 Participation 74% Dollars $7,451 Alan M. Bolind Andrew S. Bond * Chad S. Caron * Wm. J. Flatt * David J. Grant * Jennifer Grimsley-Michaeli 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

1999 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 9 Participation 43% Dollars $7,525 Matthew D. Collette * Anne M. Fullerton * Bradley D. Golden * Christopher A. Hicks * Russell E. Kupferer * Susan E. Lake * Jennifer R. Ryan * Anissa M. Stansfield Todd M. Stansfield

2001 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 14 Participation 82% Dollars $5,757 Gwendalyn D. Benoit * James B. Benoit * Brian D. Heberley * Patrick T. Hester * John C. Hootman * Lucas A. Hurt * Alma C. Jacobson * Donald R. Jacobson * Elizabeth F. Jeffers * John J. Sullivan Elizabeth A. Tuckel * Jason P. Updegraph * Stephen J. Van Denburg * Gabriel D. Weymouth *

2002 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 12 Participation 71% Dollars $9,832 Anonymous Ryan J. Babb * 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 Joseph J. Tooker


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2003

2007

2009

2011

2013

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 6 Participation 38% Dollars $7,649

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 20 Participation 100% Dollars $14,582

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 18 Participation 100% Dollars $21,134

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 19 Participation 90% Dollars $16,164

GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 16 Participation 100% Dollars $3,400

Heather D. Barden * Andrew J. DeSpirito * Samuel R. Ernst Richard A. Smith * Sean M. Sundey * Andrew D. Wiggins

Cameron M. Baker * Robert I. Barra * Kathleen M. Cain * Brendan M. Carr * Steven M. Cullity * 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 *

Robert B. Carelli * Jonathan H. Dowsett * Phillip S. Duerr * Austin J. French * Andrew D. Harville * Lauren N. Kadlec * Diana M. Look * Nikolas P. Martecchini * Joshua S. McMinn * Andrei Mouravieff * Laura K. Patterson * Robin S. Rose * Rachel A. Sawyer * Bret S. Smart * Jonathan D. Ward * John P. Wise * Stefan T. Wolczko * Aurore V. Zuzick * Daniel Wilson ’09X

Michael A. Abbruscato Hampton K. Dixon David J. Donatelli Jenna M. Ferrieri Benjamin Fisher Zachary J. Harris Casey M. Harwood Christopher G. Hooper Sang O. Kim Justin R. Klag Michael E. Klein Andrew J. Lachtman Ian S. McMahon Brent J. Morrison * Lidia Mouravieff Ryan A. Pfeifer Christopher Rose Katherine A. Whalen Ethan T. Wiseman Elie Amar ’11E Marion C. James ’11E Ruth L. Taylor ’11E

W. Bryce Bartling Kierstin M. Del Valle Roland D. DeMarco Daniel A. Dwyer Michael D. LaRose Sean P. Murphy Gerardo E. Nixon Donald E. Rickerson III Roxanne R. Schacht Marc V. Smith Jonathan J. Soja Colin T. Spillane Justin C. Van Emmerik Samuel K. Waterhouse Troy D. Zangle Douglas C. Zangre

2004 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 8 Participation 53% Dollars $5175 Brendan M. Abbott Daniela T. Abbott Candace Brown * Matthew R. Fox * Ryan E. Hackel * Katharine A. Munkenbeck * Matthew L. Unger * Timothy Yen *

2005 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 10 Participation 77% Dollars $7,912 Lauren R. Balza * Courtney C. Ewing * Evelyn R. Hackel * Caitlin E. Jarecki * Vincent J. Jarecki * Eric Jordan * Evan J. Lee * Michael G. Morabito * Emily E. Whitman * Matthew B. Zahn *

2006 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 11 Participation 100% Dollars $46,567 Peter C. Bryn * Michael S. Eaton * Brian P. R. Eisenhower * Taylor M. Herinckx * Robert J. Kleinschmit * Andrew R. Lange * Cyrus J. Lawyer * Daniel A. Malarkey * Jason W. Minett * Kelly T. Sonerholm * Steve M. Stone *

2008 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 21 Participation 88% Dollars $18,770 Christopher J. Becker * W. Porter Bratten * Alana Duerr * Kristin P. Jarecki * Cody C. Kurtz * Johanna M. Lee * Lindsey K. Lindgren * Anthony Loreto * Daniel S. Mannheim * Stephen T. Minnich * Jeffrey D. Reifsnyder * David J. Sawyer * 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 *

2010 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 20 Participation 91% Dollars $20,791 Michael E. Cariello Seth D. Cooley Tedi R. Derrickson Lowell A. Dickerson Jacob M. Genauer David M. Gross Peter S. Lee Christopher H. Lyons Amanda M. Malarkey William J. Markuske Ian W. McCauley John D. Nonemaker Andrew J. Nowakowski Joshua W. Rothman Dustin R. Rybovich Alexander L. Scott Douglas L. Slocum Daniel J. Snyder Thomas P. Tindale Simmy D. Willemann

2012 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 15 Participation 75% Dollars $8,145 Cathryn A. Bishop Michael G. Cheng Allan S. Childers Nicholas J. DelGatto Sean R. Doran John A. Fleming Steven Guglielmoni Nathan T. Hagan Jared P. Harlan Andrew Lum Kyle R. Manis Schuyler J. Needham Jack Oczeretko Dale E. Pederson Robert J. Walling

PG’51-’60 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 5 Participation 31% Dollars $1,165 Allyn V. Bress PG’59 * Richard A. Claytor PG’56 * Wilbur J. Mahony PG ’58 * Vito R. Milano PG ’60 * Lawrence W. Ward PG’51 *

PG’61-’68 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 8 Participation 42% Dollars $12,840 L. Dennis Ballou PG’61 * Walter B. Christmas PG ’61 Jon K. Elliott PG’68 * William T. Gurnee PG’68 Clinton W. Kreitner PG’65 Edmund C. Mortimer PG’63 * George P. Neyman PG’66 Homer N. Wallin Jr. PG’62 *

PG’97-’99 GIFTS TO ANNUAL FUND Donors 1 Participation 25% Dollars $1,000 Yongjun Chen PG’99 *

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Honorary

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# OF # LIVING AMOUNT DONORS ALUMNI PARTICIPATION

AVERAGE GIFT

CLASS

# OF # LIVING AMOUNT DONORS ALUMNI PARTICIPATION

AVERAGE GIFT

$22,959

10

23

43%

$2,296

1979

$20,539

8

16

50%

$2,567

$0

0

1

0%

$0

1980

$3,982

9

17

53%

$442

$0

0

1

0%

$0

1981

$1,850

5

8

63%

$370

$2,100

2

4

50%

$1,050

1982

$12,850

11

20

55%

$1,168

0

1

0%

$0

1983

$18,350

6

16

38%

$3,058

1939 1940 1941 1942

$0

1943

$5,457

3

3

100%

$1,819

1984

$2,530

3

12

25%

$843

1944A

$0

0

1

0%

$0

1985

$6,550

12

21

57%

$546

1944B

$2,000

2

4

50%

$1,000

1986

$1,875

8

19

42%

$234

1945

$3,800

5

5

100%

$760

1987

$7,505

9

20

45%

$834

1946

$100

1

2

50%

$100

1988

$15,284

10

18

56%

$1,528

1947

$1,000

1

4

25%

$1,000

1989

$22,424

7

16

44%

$3,203

1948

$600

2

3

67%

$300

1990

$3,400

7

15

47%

$486

1949

$1,500

3

3

100%

$500

1991

$40,375

12

18

67%

$3,365

1950

$18,402

6

9

67%

$3,067

1992

$7,350

4

16

25%

$1,838

1951

$7,250

8

10

80%

$906

1993

$16,725

10

16

63%

$1,673

1952

$22,060

4

6

67%

$5,515

1994

$2,750

6

18

33%

$458

1953

$8,140

9

10

90%

$904

1995

$8,300

13

14

93%

$638

1954

$49,159

8

8

100%

$6,145

1996

$11,396

9

16

56%

$1,266

1955

$48,206

14

14

100%

$3,443

1997

$25,488

12

19

63%

$2,124

1956

$14,805

9

10

90%

$1,645

1998

$7,451

14

19

74%

$532

1957

$36,893

9

11

82%

$4,099

1999

$7,525

9

21

43%

$836

1958

$17,112

11

12

92%

$1,556

2000

$5,270

8

14

57%

$659

1959

$11,425

10

10

100%

$1,143

2001

$5,757

14

17

82%

$411

1960

$13,280

11

11

100%

$1,207

2002

$9,832

12

17

71%

$819

1961

$8,253

9

10

90%

$917

2003

$7,649

6

16

38%

$1,275

1962

$32,519

12

13

92%

$2,710

2004

$5,175

8

15

53%

$647

1963

$55,314

13

14

93%

$4,255

2005

$7,912

10

13

77%

$791

1964

$37,599

6

11

55%

$6,267

2006

$46,567

11

11

100%

$4,233

1965

$4,197

8

9

89%

$525

2007

$14,582

20

20

100%

$729

1966

$25,300

12

16

75%

$2,108

2008

$18,770

21

24

88%

$894

1967

$20,500

15

15

100%

$1,367

2009

$21,134

18

18

100%

$1,174

1968

$8,265

7

10

70%

$1,181

2010

$20,791

20

22

91%

$1,040

1969

$13,700

10

10

100%

$1,370

2011

$16,164

19

21

90%

$851

1970

$36,672

17

17

100%

$2,157

2012

$8,170

15

20

75%

$545

1971

$19,839

6

11

55%

$3,306

2013

$3,400

16

16

100%

$213

1972

$15,640

16

17

94%

$978

PG'51-'60

$1,165

5

16

31%

$233

1973

$80,957

16

20

80%

$5,060

8

19

42%

$1,605

$22,100

8

11

73%

$2,763

$1,000

1

4

25%

$1,000

1975

$34,190

17

21

81%

$2,011

$265

3

9

33%

$88

1976

$17,595

9

14

64%

$1,955

PG'61-'68 PG'97-'99 Exchange Students

$12,840

1974

1977

$56,286

17

22

77%

$3,311

$4,115

11

17

65%

$374

1978

$16,862

12

16

75%

$1,405

NonGraduates


2012–2013 ANNUAL REPORT

REUNION GIVING Highlights Alumni Generosity R

eunion time is a special time. For anniversary classes it’s an opportunity to show their appreciation for the first-class education they received here at Webb Institute and a time to

celebrate and cherish the memories and friendships that began here years before. Contributing to your reunion fund shows support for Webb—and offers inspiration to future generations of Webbies. On Homecoming Weekend in May, the Class of 1963 celebrated their 50th Anniversary. They have graciously designated their reunion contributions to go towards technology upgrades in the Henry Auditorium. These upgrades will help improve and enhance a variety of aspects, resulting in an improved presenterand-audience experience and enhancing the staff’s control over the system and their ability to capture presentations. The improvements include the purchase of a new podium/technology cart, a new and larger master control panel, and a new screen and projector. Everyone in the Webb community is grateful for these state of the art upgrades. The Class of 1973 is still raising funds for their reunion class gift. They have been discussing alternative ideas about where to designate their class’s contributions, currently focusing on enhancing the public

Class of 1973

Class of 1963 area of Stevenson Taylor Hall. They had a fabulous time celebrating their 40th reunion, with a large portion of their class attending with their spouses or significant others. Another reunion class that made a significant donation to their reunion fund was the Class of 1953, and we wish to acknowledge them here for their extreme generosity. The success of Reunion Class Gift initiatives would not be possible without the work and dedication

of our ambitious class agents, who work tirelessly to encourage participation in Homecoming Weekend and the Reunion Class Gift. Today, the tradition of reunion giving inspires some alumni to make significant contributions in addition to their annual Alumni Fund gifts. These gifts strengthen alumni participation in giving and encourage ongoing annual giving. Reunion campaigns account for a significant portion of cash received by the college each year, providing essential funds for special, designated projects or simply adding to Webb’s fund for overall operating expenses. In May 2014, we will be honoring the anniversaries of all classes that ended in fours or nines. If you are a part of any of these classes, we hope you can make a special contribution in recognition of your reunion year—and encourage your former classmates to do the same!

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School photo with students, faculty and staff: Back Row: Mason ’36, Gerstenberger ’37, Garwood ’38, Lilianthal ’36, R. Steele ’38, Hardy ’38, McKann ’38, Newell ’37, A. McComb ’37, Warchol ’37, MacCutcheon ’37, Schelin ’38, Blake ’38, Maciejewski ’38, Henry ’38, Pierson ’38, Nielsen ’37. Middle Row: Ferguson ’39, Oakley ’37, Cloyd ’37, Haff ’37, MacDuff ’39, Donald Kinglsey ’37, Wemnerus ’36, Johnson ’36, Karpich ’36, Maximowicz ’36, Ganly ’36, A. Hoyt ’36, Hill ’36, Grambow ’37, Belski ’37, Iacobucci ’37, O’Neill ’37, Dingle ’37, Ennis ’39. Front Row: McCarty ’36, Reed ’36, Scottron ’36, Breault ’36, Brenmer ’36, Curran ’25, Keeler, Lewis, Owen ’03, Simmons, Blood ’22, P. Blood, David Kingsley ’36, Donaldson ’36, Millay ’36, E. Hoyt ’36, Nevitt ’39. Seated on Grass: Cooper ’39, Bradway ’39, Stearn ’39, Dixon ’36X, Ramshaw ’39, Durant ’39, Donovan ’39, Anderson ’39, Andrea ’39, Michel ’39, Martin ’39.

Humorous, Generous, Devoted to Webb:

ALLEN NOBLE HOYT ’36 A

ccording to Webb Institute archives, Allen Noble Hoyt was born in Detroit, Michigan, on June 11, 1912. He grew up in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, attending Cranbrook School in Bloomfield, where he graduated in the spring of 1931. Al was admitted to Webb Institute on September 21, 1931, and eventually graduated with his brother Edgar in the Class of 1936. Al also had a cousin, Elbert Durfee ’40, who graduated from Webb. Al points out in a 2002 note to Webb that he “in fact spent 4 years with the Class of ’35, eventually finishing with the Class of ’36.” According to his nephew, Peter B. Hoyt, Al always had a crisp sense of humor and an unending passion for Webb. That passion would follow him throughout his life. After graduating from Webb, Al was briefly involved in the commercial marine business before taking his talents to the Navy. He eventually became a project manager at the David Taylor Model Basin where Professor Emeritus Jacques Hadler was head of ship powering. According to Hadler, Al tested streamlined hull designs of submarine models that later became designs used for attack submarines. Hadler added that Al has a quiet professional with a sharp wit and an interest in the stock market. In later years Al’s stock market hobby would greatly benefit Webb Institute.

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Al and his wife Cordella (Perkie) retired to his beloved home in Clearwater, Florida, where they remained involved with Webb. In a letter dated November 14, 1992, Al’s sense of humor and love of Webb were again on display, as he wrote Professor Edwin Dunbaugh in response to Bob Mende’s letter requesting anecdotes from his time at Webb: Prof. DunbaughWebb at Bronx still my choice. Five cents downtown, crumb bun and coffee 10 cents—just around the corner. Tolentine Gym across the street. Super sledding and skating. Watching Jim Henry do front flips. Astounding! Baseball team— tennis also. As for myself, I have the great distinction of probably being the only grad so loved by faculty and school body that I was invited back for a fifth year! Hence my ’36 designation though I started with the class of ‘35. –ANH

Al’s involvement with Webb as a donor goes back many years. He was interviewed for the Centennial Campaign Feasibility Study in 1988 and became a “lead” donor to the campaign. In 1986 Al was granted permanent status as a member of the William H. Webb Society by Webb President Benedict L. Stabile, VADM USCG (Ret.). Today, in 2013, in honor of the very generous bequest of over $1,000,000 from the Estate of Al and Cordella Hoyt, Webb Institute is proud to announce that an Allen and Cordella Hoyt Scholar will be named each year, recognizing their generosity in perpetuity. It is gifts such as this that help sustain and propel our beloved institution. Webb Institute was founded through the vision and philanthropy of William H. Webb. The tradition of philanthropy continues today with over 70% of living alumni supporting Webb on an annual basis. The ultimate result of this generosity is evidenced through significant planned gifts. For these, Webb Institute is extremely grateful.


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COUCH LAB: A Son’s Gift of Innovation Honors a Father’s Vision ne of the most innovative gifts Webb Institute has ever received started with a vision—and some conversations.

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programs. This kind of access to first-rate technology,

In 2007, Dr. John C. Couch began discussions with

The “Couch Lab” plays an instrumental role in Webb’s

institutional leadership regarding Webb Institute’s

curriculum. The lab is used by students for collaborative

need to provide its students with state-of-the-art

study space to work on design projects. Several theses

computer technology. These conversations, along with

have taken advantage of the lab’s parallel processing

Dr. Couch’s vision of students utilizing technology

capabilities, which significantly reduce the time

with enhanced processing power and graphic display

required for advanced CFD (Computational Fluid

capacity to run industry-leading design software,

Dynamics) and FEM (Finite Element Method) analyses.

led to an extraordinary innovation at Webb.

Classroom upgrades, specifically the acquisition and

In 2007, a $500,000 gift from Dr. Couch launched the

implementation of large-screen monitors, have allowed

Richard B. Couch ’33 Ship Design and Enhanced Classrooms

students to utilize more fully relevant software, including

fund, creating what would be known as the “Couch

cutting-edge design programs. In the ever-changing

Lab.” Established in memory of Dr. Couch’s father, who

world of technology, what seemed like a luxury a few

graduated from Webb in 1933 and went on to a career

years ago has become a necessity as Webb strives to

as an esteemed professor of naval architecture at the

maintain its leadership role as a premier institution

University of Michigan, this gift provided the initial

of naval architecture and marine engineering.

capital to create the Richard B. Couch ’33 Laboratory

Recently, Dr. Couch has agreed to increase his

and to enhance technology in the classrooms. Currently

commitment to the Richard B. Couch ’33 Ship Design

the fund is used to support operating and maintenance

and Enhanced Classrooms fund by an additional

costs for the lab and classrooms, and to help defray the

$500,000. This new commitment will be a vital building

cost of various design software programs for students.

block in the upcoming Capital Campaign. According

Since its inception the fund has proven to be a key source of funding that has enabled Webb Institute to upgrade its computer processing capacity for the entire campus

combined with real-world work experience gives Webb graduates a huge head start in their careers.

to President Keith Michel, “John’s leadership role as a volunteer and donor is evidence of his belief in Webb’s mission and vision moving forward.”

community. It has also given students state-of-the-art

Today Dr. John C. Couch serves on Webb Institute’s Board

technology in the classroom, with the hardware and

of Trustees as chair of the Investment Committee. He

software necessary to fully utilize industry-leading design

resides in Menlo Park, California.

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Following is a list of various endowments and scholarships. On behalf of the entire institution, we want to thank everyone who has contributed or helped support Webb in one way or another with any of these most significant gifts .

FUNDING THE FUTURE:

SCHOLARSHIPS & ENDOWMENTS “

To achieve greatness: start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.” Arthur Ashe

Webb Institute’s unique financial model is predicated upon our ability to attract funds that support our students, faculty and staff—for a variety of purposes. Webb provides full-tuition scholarships to every admitted student, making endowment, scholarship, and programmatic fund proceeds vital to funding the institution. From the start Webb Institute has relied upon its endowment, initially through funds provided by William H. Webb and later through the generosity of alumni, family, and friends. At Webb these funds are the very lifeblood that has helped sustain our institution from 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 funds, including endowed professorships, scholarships, and other funds designated for various purposes. Webb is a magical place supported by extraordinary donors. Scholarships, need or merit-based, are available to all students or are targeted for specific purposes—and they help Webb attract and retain the best and brightest young minds.

Matthew Graham ’14, recipient of the Kurz Family Scholarship, with Charles Kurz II (Hon.).

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ENDOWED AND NAMED CHAIRS & PROFESSORSHIPS: American Bureau of Shipping Chair of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering James J. Henry Professorship of Naval Architecture John J. McMullen Professorship of Humanities Mandell and Lester Rosenblatt Professorship of Marine Engineering Shirley N. and Stephen B. Towne Professorship of Ship Design TUITION SCHOLARSHIPS AND ENDOWMENTS: American Bureau of Shipping Scholarships Allen N. ’36 and Cordella M. Hoyt Scholarship H. Smith McKann ’38 Family Scholarship William H. Webb Scholarships Alfred M. Zeien ’52 Scholarship RESTRICTED FUNDS: Jill and Roger Compton Endowment for the Performing Arts The Richard B. Couch ’33 Ship Design Computer Lab and Enhanced Classrooms The Carol and Jerrier Haddad Library Fund Jacques B. Hadler Endowment for Research Crowley Maritime/Marty Johnson Leadership Program SCHOLARSHIP AND PRIZE FUNDS: Paul E. Atkinson Prize in Ethics Brockett Grant Program Class of 1956 Scholarship Thomas B. Crowley Sr. Memorial Scholarships R. Peaslee DuMont ’32 Fund Dunderberg Undergraduate Scholarship Glosten Scholars Endowment Scholarships John J. Hopkinson Memorial Scholarship Kurz Family Scholarship Jonathan Lance ’80 Scholarship League Scholarship McMullen Family Foundation Scholarships Olsen Family Scholarship Corky Sautkulis Scholarship Charles A. Ward Jr. Memorial Awards Webb Cultural Enrichment Fund Women’s Propeller Club Scholarships Zeien Lecture Series


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M E S S A G E F R O M W E B B PA R E N T S A S S O C I AT I O N :

WPA: The Bond of a Family F

all Semester 2013 marks the fifth anniversary of the Webb Parents Association — and

the beginning of a new year, when parents of incoming freshmen and the freshmen

themselves are joining the Webb family. Whether or not parents of current students or alumni join the WPA, they are still members of the Webb family, but joining is important. The WPA was created so that parents, friends, and alumni have a venue in which to support each other and Webb, as they take part in this journey through GEORGE MOURAVIEFF P’09, P’11, P’16

the unique experience that William H. Webb envisioned all those years ago. The WPA has become home base for many parents when they visit the campus their children will call home for close to nine months of the year. When parents come to Webb, they find a warm

welcome: the members of the WPA have become interwoven into the fabric of the Webb family and on behalf of the WPA can demonstrate support to everyone. As parents, we naturally bond when our interests are similar; as Webb parents our common desire is to help Webb and its family members succeed. That’s just what parents do. When parents join the Webb Parents Association, they will have the opportunity to understand how we, in our roles as Webb parents, can be involved with helping each other, the student members of the Webb family and, Webb Institute itself.

Ilya ’16, Andrei ’11, Lidia ’09, and Tatiana & George Mouravieff.

Parents Exceed Participation Goal! hearty thank you to those Webb parents who enthusiastically added their voice in support

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of Webb's model of full-tuition model by generously contributing to the 2012-2013 Webb

Annual Fund. The Webb community is beyond grateful. Thank you for your vote of confidence! As shown in the table below, 81% of parents of current students donated a total of $92,995 to the Annual Fund. In addition to these gifts, grandparents of current and past Webb students ALISON AND HAL GRANGER P’14

Co-Chairs Parent Annual Fund Committee

ANNUAL FUND COMMITTEE: Sue and Anthony Gianforcaro P'15 Robin and Bob Licato P'15 Corrine and Rusty Mills P'16 Linda and Paul Neureuter P'14 Lila and Nat Pitti P'15 Karen Przelomski P'16

PAST PARENT CHAIR Steve Guglielmoni P'12

were generous contributors. Thanks to the leadership of Steve Guglielmoni P'12, Webb received an additional $70,980 from parents of Webb graduates. Ongoing financial support from parents after their child's graduation demonstrates a continuing high regard for a Webb education.

PARENTS’ CONTRIBUTION TO THE 2012/2013 ANNUAL FUND C L A SS TOTAL GIFTS AVERAGE GIFT % PARTICIPATION BY FAMILY

2013

2014

2015

2016

Overall

$12,850

$27,399

$29,396

$23,350

$92,995

$988

$2,108

$1,400

$1,459

$1,500

81%

87%

91%

70%

81%

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2012-2013 DONATIONS PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS OF CURRENT STUDENTS AND ALUMNI Ms. Jennifer Ackers P’97 Mr. A. Todd Andre-Colton ’74, P’05 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Backas P’16 Mr. Michael Barra P’07 Ms. Susan C. Barra P’07* Mr. and Mrs. William Bartling P’13 Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bauer P’84 Mr. and Mrs. Nigel J. Beale P’01* Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett P’14 Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Benoit P’01* Mr. and Mrs. Gregory D. Bergquist P’99 Mr. Victor W. Bethge ’53, GP’05* Mr. and Mrs. Ray Boltz P’12 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brackin P’16 Mrs. Frank A. Breit P’79* Mrs. Gail A. Broome P’91 Mr. Chris Brown and Ms. Samira Hakki P’16 Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Brown P’85* Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burnett P’16 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. and Mrs. Francis Cain GP’07 Mr. Thomas W. Campbell ’69, P’99 Dr. and Mrs. Esteban Castro P’11* Dr. and Mrs. Terry Chaffee P’16 Mrs. Lih-Guey L. Chen P’15 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. and Mrs. Martin L. Cover P’92* Mr. and Mrs. Richard Del Valle P ’13 Mr. and Mrs. John K. De Laney GP’14 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent DelGatto P’12* Dr. Theresa and Dr. Roland DeMarco P ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Del-Rae Dickerson P’10 Mrs. Katherine Dixon P’11* Mr. and Mrs. John Donlan P’16 Mr. Kenneth Donnelly P’15 Mr. Damon Douglas and Mrs. Therese Ross P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dvorak P’07*

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dwyer P’13 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eaton P’06* Dr. and Mrs. John Edinger P’99* Mr. Carl D. Fast ’77, P’14* Dr. and Mrs. Richard Ferrieri P’11* 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. Drew Gavel P’16 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Gianforcaro P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gilfus P’15 Mr. John L. Glaeser ’68, P’03* Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gotta P’07 Ms. Marie Graham P’14 Mr. and Mrs. HaL Granger P’14 Ms. Toni Gratzel P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Griswold P’14 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. Donald T. Harris P’85 Mr. and Mrs. Rod Harris P’14 Mr. and Mrs. James Harville P’09 Mrs. Jo Ann Healy P’89* Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Henry P’97* Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Herinckx P’06* Mrs. Jessica Hurt P’01* Ms. Alexandra Iozzi P’15

Extraordinary feats require extraordinary tools to get the job done, and the equipment found in the Couch Lab is nothing short of that. When tasked with designing a containership from the ground up, the seniors of Webb Institute can rely on topof-the-line computers and monitors to help them along. The Couch Lab has and will be an integral part of our senior design project this year, and we’re incredibly lucky to have access to it. –John Carlson ’14

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* WebbEY | The names of DECEASED donors are italicized.

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jansen P’14 Mrs. Patricia B. Jeffers P’01* Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Kamahi P’93 Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Kehl P’91* Mr. & Mrs. David Kleiman P’87* Mr. and Mrs. L. Randall Koenig P’80* Mr. and Mrs. Lyubo Kolich P’96 Mr. and Mrs. Krzysztof Kuczera P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kupferer P’99* Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Lachtman P’11 Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Lee P’89* Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lee P’08* Mr. and Mrs. Karl Leivo P’07 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Licato P’15 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. and Mrs. Donald Marburger P’07 Mr. Mark F. Martecchini ’79, P’09 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin McCauley P’10 Mr. and Mrs. Michael McElroy P’14 Mrs. Geraldine McMinn P’75, GP’09* Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Mills P’16 Mrs. Susan Miner P’91 Mr. and Mrs. George Mouravieff P’09, P’11, P’16 Mr. and Mrs. Gerhardt G. Muller P’94 Mr. and Mrs. John Mulvihill P’84* Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murphy P’13 Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mutnick P’96* Mr. and Mrs. Paul Neureuter P’14 Mr. and Mrs. James Nixon P’13 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 Marilyn Chiet GP’08 Mr. and Mrs. Neil Polay P’00* Mr. and Mrs. Alan Poritz GP’15 Mr. and Mrs. David Przelomski P’16

Mrs. Marilyn Read P’97* Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Reifsnyder P’08* Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rickerson P’13 Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Riemer P’05 Mr. and Mrs. Brandt A. Rising P’93* Mrs. Niel I. Rising GP ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rockwell P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ryan P’88 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sarles P’10* Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Sawyer P’08 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* Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Smith P’13 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Soja P’13 Mr. Joseph Sosa P’08* Mrs. Lynn Sosa and Mr. Jeff Parkin P’08 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. Roy Stagg P’16 Mr. Joseph Stansky and Ms. Lynn O’Brien P’16 Mr. and Mrs. George Stebe P’08 Mr. and Mrs. James Sturdy P’16 Mr. Bruce Thompson and Ms. Laurie Geisel P’15 Mrs. Andrew Tindale P’10* Mr. and Mrs. Brad Totten P’15 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. Donald G. Vernon P’83 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walker P’12, P’14, P’16 Mr. Robert Waterhouse and Mrs. Linda Ziedrich P’13 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome T. Waters P’89 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weklar P’15 Mr. and Mrs. Richard West P’16 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wickenheiser P’08 Mrs. Christine Wilson P’16 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wolczko P’09 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wunder P’14 Dr. Marc Yland P’15 Mr. Peter B. Zahn ’80, P’05* Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zahray P’14 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Zangre P’13 Mr. and Mrs. David Ziedrich GP’13


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FRIENDS, NON-ALUMNI TRUSTEES, FACULTY, STUDENTS, AND EMPLOYEES Ms. Barbara L. Aster * Dr. Roger Basu Ms. Suzanne Beckstoffer Mr. Henry Boisvert Mr. Donald Bollinger * Mr. James Brown Drs. George and Mary Campbell Mrs. Phyllis Canter * Mr. and Mrs. Ronald T. Carter Mr. and Mrs. Allen Chin * Mr. Christopher J. Chovit Mrs. Jennifer Hamlin Church * Mrs. Eleanor B. Day Mr. and Mrs. Vincent DelGatto, P'12 * Mr. Edward C. DuMont * Ms. Nicole Elmore Mrs. Elinor R. Freinberg * Mr. Neil J. Gallagher * Mr. John Gargiulo Mr. Patrick J. Gilmartin, (Hon.) * Alison D. Granger P’14 Mr. Bradford Greenawald Mr. Austin P. Guenther * Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guenther * Ms. Erica L. Hansen ’81 Dr. Richard C. Harris Mr. Glenn Howard Jr. Ms. Marion C. James ’11E Mr. William E. Jenkins Mr. George B. Kalb Ms. Roberta Knight Mr. Gerhard E. Kurz

Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Lenfest Ms. Carla Luginbill Mrs. Roger M. Luke * Dr. and Mrs. Walter M. Maclean * Ms. Carol McLaughlin * Mrs. Carolyn G. McMullen Mr. and Mrs. Greggory B. Mendenhall Ms. Charline H. Muller Mr. Richard P. Neilson ’70* RADM and Mrs. Robert C. Olsen Jr. * Mr. and Mrs. Rick P. Paradis Dr. Stephen Payne, (Hon.) Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Primeggia Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Pyne Mr. Donald E. Rickerson III Mr. Bruce S. Rosenblatt, (Hon.) * Mr. Thomas D. Sartor Mr. Steven T. Scalzo * Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt Mrs. James L. Schuler Ms. Joanne Scott Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sorenson Dr. Bruce H. Stephan Ms. Gailmarie Sujecki, (Hon.) VADM Paul E. Sullivan, USN (Ret.) Ms. Ruth L. Taylor ’11E Mr. Michael W. Toner Mr. Rich Willdigg Dr. George Williams and Ms. Gloria Sosa * Women's Propeller Club *

GIFTS IN HONOR OF Jay P. Carson, ’73 Mr. James Brown Admiral Robert C. Olsen Jr.’s Retirement Jeffrey S. Magrane ’89 Ms. Carol McLaughlin Dr. George Williams and Ms. Gloria Sosa

GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Carl B. Aster ’25 Ms. Barbara L. Aster William J. Blanton Jr. P.E. ’71 John A. Malone ’71 VADM C. Russell Bryan Jr. USN (Ret), (Hon.) Jeffrey S. Magrane ’89 Gailmarie Sujecki, Hon. Lincoln D. Cathers ’56 Peter A. Johnson ’56 Britton Chance Jr. Edward Vienckowski ’78

Albert S. Hove ’55 Ms. Nicole Elmore R. Mark Forssell ’55 Ms. Charline H. Muller Charles G. Visconti ’55 David G. Kalb, USN (Ret.), PG’67 Mr. Bradford Greenawald Mr. George B. Kalb Mrs. Carolyn G. McMullen Nuview Funriders Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt Ms. Joanne Scott Gregory J. Masaitis ’68 James N. Greenlees ’72 William R. Miner P’91 Mrs. Susan Miner P’91

Mason A. Read, P’97 Mrs. Marilyn Read Rufus Gailmarie Sujecki, Hon.

Herbert I. Freinberg ’46 Mrs. Elinor R. Freinberg Norman A. Hamlin ’44B Mrs. Jennifer Hamlin Church

Anne Thomas Robert G. Mende ’51

R. Peaslee DuMont ’32 Mr. Edward C. DuMont

VADM C. Russell Bryan Jr. USN (Ret), (Hon.) Lincoln D. Cathers ’56 Albert S. Hove ’55 David G. Kalb, USN (Ret.), PG’67 George D. Kerr ’59, PG’64 Robert K. Kistler ’46 D. William Lerch III ’52 James A. Mulcahey ’42 John B. Woodward, S.J. ’45

Richard Partanen Dr. and Mrs. Carl R. Partanen P’87

Charles J. “Corky” Sautkulis ’72 James N. Greenlees ’72 John A. Malone ’71 John C. Taylor ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald T. Carter James N. Greenlees ’72 Ms. Roberta Knight Peter F. Zink ’72

William A. Cleary Jr. ’51 Mrs. Mary E. Cleary

WEBB ALUMNI ASSOCIATION DONATIONS MADE IN MEMORY OF

John J. Hopkinson John A. Malone ’71

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DONATIONS Heritage Society

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 2012–2013, Webb benefitted substantially from the generosity of alumni who included Webb in their longterm financial planning. They are William A. Cleary Jr. ’51, Stephen C. Dvorak ’50, Allen N. Hoyt ’36 and James G. Motley 1914. 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.

The Webb Heritage Society Mario Iacobucci Andrea ’39 Albert L. Balestiere ’47 Montgomery Banister ’44A Sherman H. Barber ’34 Joyce P. Bethge GP’05 (Hon.) Victor W. Bethge ’53, GP’05 William J. Blanton Jr. ’71 Arthur A. Marilyn S. Burr ’54 Eileen Caddell Kathleen M. Cain ’07 (n) 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 William A. Cleary Jr. ’51 (n) 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 Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. de Cuir Philomene J. DeHart Victor J. Dietz ’35

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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 (n) 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 Leslie M. Gray ’68 (n) Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Graziano (Hon.) John L. Greene PG’55 James N. Greenlees ’72 (n) Gregory M. Griffin ’77 Jacques B. Hadler (Hon.) A. Dudley Haff ’37 Barbara Hamlin (Hon.) Norman A. Hamlin ’44B James Harvie ’55 Paul W. Hayes ’54 Kenneth L. Heitner ’64 David A. Helgerson ’77 Mr. and Mrs. James J. Henry ’35 Mark R. Henry ’62 Halsey C. Herreshoff ’55 (n) 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 Charles Kurz II (Hon.) (n) Mrs. Dorothy J. Kurz Mr. and Mrs. Duane H. Laible ’62 Horton W. Lain ’55 George Laing 1912 Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Lenfest (n) 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 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

New member (n) | (Hon.) Indicates Honorary alumnus/a. | The names of DECEASED donors are italicized.

Dr. 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 Helen S. Motley (n) James G. Motley 1914 John J. Nachtsheim ’47 Richard P. Neilson ’70 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 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 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


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A MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

Capital Campaign: A Chance to Shine It is not often that a Webb student, having done poorly in a challenging course, is given a second chance, so I am especially appreciative of being given a second chance at chairing Webb’s Development Committee. I hope I have learned something in the 25 years since my first “course” in this role. So much has changed from those days, when we undertook the Centennial Capital Campaign and when annual giving, primarily the Annual Alumni Fund, had a goal in the $250,000 range. Today annual giving has increased to $2,000,000 or more, and the Annual Alumni Fund, guided by John Malone ’71, has exceeded $1,000,000 for several consecutive years. We benefit from a growing Parents’ Annual Fund, thanks to Alison and Hal Granger P’14. We have established the Admiralty Club to recognize and encourage corporate and foundation gifts; we have three endowed professorships, one funded through a planned gift by Stephen R. Towne ’40; one by a friend of Webb, John J. McMullen; and the third by ABS. We have also attracted significant support from several foundations. We have a first-class computer laboratory, made possible through the generosity of Trustee John Couch; an annual scholarship program with two full-tuition scholarships funded by ABS, and thanks to the generosity of alumni, initiated by Al Zeien ’52, our scholarship program is off to a strong start. With planned gifts from Al Hoyt ’36, and H. Smith McKann ’38, we now have three endowed full-tuition scholarships. Successful as fundraising has been, the escalating costs of providing a “best in class” higher education

and the impact of tumultuous financial markets continue to challenge us. It is a challenge Webb will meet. Webb prides itself on being unique: the only remaining private engineering college that has provided fulltuition scholarships to all JOSEPH J. CUNEO ’57 students from the day it was Chairman of the founded. We are committed Development Committee to doing everything possible to strengthen Webb’s financial foundation and to assure continuation of this policy in years to come. The demand for well-educated engineers—and Webb graduates—continues to exceed supply. As we undertake this ambitious capital campaign, we have engaged a highly respected fundraising consultant to guide us and a professional grant writer to help us seek greater support from foundations and other philanthropic sources. We are refining the case for “Why Webb?” to attract greater participation within and beyond the Webb family. The continued support of all members of the Webb family will be essential to our success. It is a great privilege to be a part of this initiative, my “Swan Song” to cap off my thirty-plus years as a trustee of what I believe to be the finest engineering college, offering the broadest and most comprehensive engineering education, anywhere in the world, Webb Institute.

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SUPPORT THAT RUNS DEEP: ABS and Webb Enjoy Beneficial Relationship ABS Scholar Samantha Griswold ’14

Webb Institute’s relationship with the American Bureau of Shipping continues to evolve to the benefit of both organizations. It’s a win-win situation when Webb students enjoy exciting “Winter Work” internships with ABS, many of which lead to exciting, mutually beneficial career opportunities. But the relationship between Webb and ABS goes deeper than that—far beyond a “working” relationship—as ABS President and CEO Christopher J. Wiernicki is currently a member of Webb Institute’s Board of Trustees. Additional linkages are found in the ABS Scholarship Program, which provides the equivalent of two full-tuition scholarships to support deserving engineering and naval architecture students based on GPA, class rank, leadership ability, faculty recommendations, and service to Webb Institute. ABS also supports Webb Institute through the ABS Chair of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, established in 2010.

ABS Scholar Jonathan Soja ’13

The ABS scholarship program was established at Webb Institute in 2012 with the intention of providing student scholarships for the foreseeable future. Jonathan J. Soja ’13 and Samantha Griswold ’14 were ABS scholars for 2012-13. In what will become an annual event, a current junior will be named an ABS Scholar and will hold that title through his or her senior year. According to Dean Richard P. Neilson, “Webb Institute is very grateful for these generous scholarship awards. The ABS Scholarship Program certainly helps us to prepare new generations of graduates entering into the marine and offshore industries. We look forward to working closely with ABS for years to come.”

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2012–2013 ANNUAL REPORT

A Tale of Two Foundations, Both Benefitting Webb

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ebb Institute is proud of the relationship it has developed over a number of years with two related and influential foundations, The Ambrose Monell Foundation and The G. Unger Vetlesen Foundation. The beginnings of the relationships can be found in the mission statement for both foundations: “voluntarily aiding and contributing to religious, charitable, scientific, literary, and educational uses and purposes, in New York, elsewhere in the United States and throughout the world.”

Orientation Week at Six Flags, Class of 2017.

The relationship can also be traced to a “commuting” relationship between Webb Trustee Emeritus Pat Gilmartin and a very special friend of Webb Institute, George Rowe. The relationship between the foundations and Webb has continued to grow over the past few years to include Ambrose Monell III and Maurizio Morello. The combined interest of everyone involved has resulted in a growing bond between these foundations and Webb Institute. In fact, the financial support Webb currently enjoys from The G. Unger Vetlesen Foundation began with relatively modest annual gifts through The Ambrose Monell Foundation. Today, the support Webb receives annually has grown to $50,000 through the G. Unger Vetlesen Foundation. Gifts at this level are especially important to Webb Institute, as a $50,000 gift effectively supports one student’s education for one year. Together with other named and endowed

scholarships and funds, annual gifts allow Webb to maintain its full-tuition scholarship policy. Ambrose Monell and G. Unger Vetlesen were both very successful men in their business careers. Ambrose Monell was CEO of International Nickel Company. A series of nickel alloys, known as “Monel” was trademarked Special Metal Corporation and named in Mr. Monell’s honor. Born in Oslo, Norway, G. Unger Vetlesen earned degrees in naval architecture and mechanical engineering from the Imperial Institute of London. In 1916, he immigrated to the United States and worked in the shipbuilding industry before joining the U.S. Navy. He was founder and chairman of the board of Scandinavian Airlines System. The entire Webb Institute community is very grateful to both foundations. Webb’s mission to provide a rigorous education is a perfect fit to the foundations’ missions to aid and contribute to educational purposes.

Ship Fire-fighting Training, Class of 2016.

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SNAME, Providence, R.I., November 2012.

SOUNDBITES Conference and Culture Come Together at Webb

Through its Maritime Conference initiative, the TK Foundation supported student attendance at both SNAME (Providence, R.I.) and OTC (Houston, Texas) in FY ’13. Seniors and juniors benefit greatly from industry specific conferences; according to Dean Neilson, “real-world maritime industry exposure for our students through conferences is a valuable part of their education.”

Offshore Technology Conference, Houston, Texas, May 2013

In 2012, Norm and Kitty Wallin PG’62 established the Cultural Enrichment Fund which has quickly become a student favorite. This fund supports cultural initiatives for Webbies in the New York City Metropolitan area, and this past year the fund helped students experience Broadway first-hand. The Culture Club is planning additional activities for FY ’14. Thank you for your support, Norm and Kitty.

Students walking to theater in Manhattan.

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DONATIONS

The Webb Every Year Program (WebbEY) was established during the 2006-2007 Annual Fund Campaign. Initially, this program was created to acknowledge alumni donors for their consecutive years of giving. Eventually, it was extended to include other members within our community and now recognizes family and friends. Gift amount is irrelevant; our WebbEY program was created strictly to recognize our donors’ consistency of support.

Webb Every Year (WebbEY) Program

In order to attain the status of becoming a WebbEY, a donor has to contribute to the Annual Fund for a minimum of five consecutive years. To show our appreciation to our consecutive giving donors, Webb Institute now mails a pin along with a certificate to those in the five, 25 and 50-year consecutive giving categories. Certificates are also sent to contributors who are in the 10 and 20-year consecutive giving categories. Consecutive giving allows Webb to plan for a future with assurance and to continue to be recognized as the premier college of naval architecture and marine engineering. We wish to thank the following contributors for their loyalty and generosity and for attaining the distinct honor of achieving status as a 50, 25, 20, 10 or five-year WebbEY donor.

50+ Years

Ronald J. Altmann ’63 Victor W. Bethge ’53, GP’05 George W. Birkhead ’63 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 Peter A. Johnson ’56 Donald E. Kane Jr. ’48 Robert L. Kelly ’46 Ronald K. Kiss ’63 Edmund T. Klemmer ’44B Horton W. Lain ’55 John W. Larson ’53 David S. Lawson Jr. ’55 Gabriel F. Lefebvre Jr. ’52 Bridget F. Lisnyk-Washlack (Hon.) 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 Charles G. Pieroth ’61, PG’64 Alfred I. Raff ’58 Robert B. Reed ’45 David R. Rodger ’63 Joseph A. Schetz ’58 Arthur W. Schmidt ’48 Daniel Schorsch ’58 Eugene Schorsch ’52 Frederick Seibold Jr. ’61 John J. Slager ’49 J. William Smith ’63 Winston B. Sutter ’53 Henry B. Suydam ’43 Reuben W. Taylor Jr. ’55 William duBarry Thomas ’51 Joseph M. Verdon ’63 Charles G. Visconti ’55 Lawrence W. Ward PG’51 Robert M. Wilkinson ’51

25 Years

Anonymous Robyn J. Anders ’64 Mark R. Bebar ’70 David M. Bovet ’70 Arthur A. Burr ’54 Steven G. Buttner ’70 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

Victoria Dlugokecki ’88 John L.R. Edgar III ’87 Kenneth W. Fisher ’64 Peter B. Fontneau ’68 Mrs. Elinor R. Freinberg Lance O. Guliani ’81 Raymond S. Hall Jr. ’58 James R. Hancock ’67 Daniel H. Harris ’85 Robert B. Hedges ’53 Kenneth L. Heitner ’64 David A. Helgerson ’77 David S. Homiak ’75 John F. Ince ’66 Peter E. Jaquith ’65 Ralph E. Johnson ’68 Stephen R. Judson ’74 Philip C. Koenig ’80 Maurice J. Laurier ’50 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 Steven Pagan ’88 Jonathan G. Parrott ’79 George A. Petersen ’51 Philip M. Poullada ’78 John K. Roper ’53 Edward W. Ross ’45 James W. Royle Jr. ’66 Richard Schmitt ’62 Edward Shope ’59 Ted A. Slotwinski ’73 Paul G. Snyder ’69 Richard T. Soper (Hon.)

Robert J. Stortstrom ’77 William B. Terney ’60 Philip Thiel ’43 Peter Van Dyke ’60 John Vasilakos ’77 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

20 Years

Anonymous David B. Benson ’56 Allyn V. Bress PG’59 Stuart C. Bunnell ’70 Thomas W. Campbell ’69 Mrs. Phyllis Canter George L. Colborn ’54X Paul H. Diehl ’56 James R. Dwyer ’72 Philip R. Faurot ’51 Alan G. Forssell ’53 Mark W. Gagnon ’82 Richard A. Gilmore ’77 Gregory M. Griffin ’77 John W. Hall ’63 Barbara Hamlin (Hon.) Charles E. Hawkins IV ’91 John F. Hillmann ’56 Bob Huret ’65X Karl L. Kirkman ’65 David H. Klinges (Hon.) Ulrich H. Koch ’55

Stephen D. Koopman ’91 Eric W. Linsner ’70 Christopher T. Loeser ’70 Jim McMahon ’85 Bernard C. Mayer ’57 Vito R. Milano PG ’60 Eugene R. Miller Jr. ’64 Jason M. Neuman ’93 Erik Nilsson ’93 Robert V. Pierce ’50 David C. Purdy ’50 Irving G. Raphael ’67 Geoffrey S. Rivinius ’75 Joseph G. Rudnicki ’73 Kit Ryan ’67 Arthur C. Sargent ’53 Lewis R. Sheldon III ’73 Reed D. Sigfridson ’73 Michael L. Silber ’63 John W. Sims ’52 Philip J. Sims ’71 Donald J. Szostak ’59 Thomas S. Taylor ’53 Christopher N. Tupper ’75 Paul G. Vibrans ’71

(Hon.) Indicates Honorary alumnus/a. | The names of DECEASED donors are italicized.

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15 Years

Anonymous Benjamin B. Ackers ’97 Michelle L. Adam ’97 Jonathan R. Amy ’70 Catherine M. Anderson ’93 James K. Antrim ’72 Dennis F. Antweiler ’71X L. Dennis Ballou PG’61 Gerald E. Bellows ’71 George J. Berger ’66 F. Roland Bjorklund ’66 Scott D. Black ’90 Matthew D. Blake ’78 Robert H. Bolling ’97 Andrew S. Bond ’98 Albert H. Bowers III ’62 Joseph L. Brennan ’79 Joseph A. Burns ’62 Peter D. Canning ’72 William M. Cannon ’65 Jay P. Carson ’73 Thomas W. Chadwick ’72 Fred B. Chester ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Allen Chin Michael D. Comens ’72 Kenneth E. Court ’60 Dudley A. Dawson ’71 Robert L. Ediin ’54 Kenneth W. Faulter ’81 Mr. and Mrs. John E. Fielding P’96 J. Carey Filling Jr. ’93 Kimberly A. Fisher ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fooks P’85 Willa N. France ’72 Mr. Howard Frauenberger P’02 Geoffrey D. Fuller ’72 Peter A. Gale ’59 John P. Gallagher ’74 Neil J. Gallagher ’78 Daniel B. Gebhardt ’95 Michael L. Gerardi ’82 Thomas W. Gillette ’52

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John L. Glaeser ’68 Douglas M. Gluntz ’57 Douglas C. Goldhirsch ’85 John A. Graap Jr. ’61 David J. Grant ’98 William O. Gray (Hon.) Stuart R. Greene ’95 Charles L. Grover III ’58 Christoph A. Grueneis ’92 Jerrier A. Haddad (Hon.) Jacques B. Hadler (Hon.) Thomas R. Hagner ’66 William B. Hale ’78 Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hale P’78 William E. Hanks ’44B Nancy A. Harris ’88 Paul W. Hayes ’54 Mrs. Jo Ann Healy P’89 Ernest L. Holmboe ’61 Manuel G. Hontoria ’88 Jay S. Howell Jr. ’72 Mrs. Jessica Hurt P’01 J. Ronald Hutcheson ’61 D. Michael Hutchings ’95 Joseph J. Kelleher ’84 Mr. & Mrs. David Kleiman P’87 Mr. and Mrs. L. Randall Koenig P’80 Jennifer E. Kollmer ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kupferer P’99 Charles Kurz II (Hon.) Jon J. LaBerge ’76 Heidi C. Landen-Greene ’96 William T. Lindenmuth ’63 Mrs. Roger M. Luke Wilbur J. Mahony PG ’58 Gregory M. Matzat ’89 James W. McCoy ’57 William R. McCreight ’67 Bill R. McEachen ’84 Thad J. Michael ’97 R. Keith Michel ’73 Eugene R. Miller III ’96 Edmund C. Mortimer PG’63 Brian M. Mulligan ’94 Ian Mutnick ’96

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mutnick P’96 Richard P. Neilson ’70 Henry A. Olson ’63 Jennifer B. Panosky ’85 Jay E. Paris ’64 David R. Pedrick ’70 Thomas J. Perrotti Jr. ’85 George H. Plude ’54X Craig A. Pomeroy ’83 Richard Pomfret ’62 Mark D. Pudlo ’87 Lisa M. Read ’97 Thomas C. Rider ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Brandt A. Rising P’93 Benjamin E. Rising ’93 Paul W. Risseeuw ’65 Richard C. Rodi ’64X Kenneth Rusinek ’72 John W. Russell ’67 Christian Saether ’75 Christine Schleicher ’89 Dean M. Schleicher ’88 Alfred H. Schwendtner ’54 Robert C. Seiwell Jr. ’69 Joseph A. Signorelli ’54 Peter A. Silvia ’62 Richard A. Smith ’76 Douglas L. Snediker ’98, PG’99 John A. Springer III ’82 Jeremy A. Stahlin ’66 David G. St. Amand ’77 Jerry L. Steiner ’70 Joseph F. Stroschein ’56 Luke L. Suda ’80 Catherine A. Tedesco ’94 Michael J. Telfer ’98 Wayne S. Thayer ’80 Daniel H. Thompson ’57 Bernard M. Thomson III ’66 Richard W. Thorpe ’55 Edmund G. Tornay ’56 Kirk E. Torstenson ’93 Owen W. Tredennick ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Turns P’00

(Hon.) Indicates Honorary alumnus/a. | The names of DECEASED donors are italicized.

Anthony A. Urbanelli ’75 J. Michael Wallace ’62 William G. Wallace ’65 Jennifer K. Waters ’91 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 Robert L. Williams ’54 W. Brett Wilson ’75 Karl R. Witmer ’75 Daniel W. Yannitell ’62 Don B. Young ’60 Peter B. Zahn ’80 Gary R. Zane ’77 Peter F. Zink ’72

10 Years

Anonymous Ryan J. Babb ’02 Kevin D. Baetsen ’77 Heather D. Barden ’03 Roderick A. Barr ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Nigel J. Beale P’01 Gwendalyn D. Benoit ’01 James B. Benoit ’01 Michael R. Birmann ’86 Jeffrey B. Bowles ’00 Damian Bozzacco ’00 Alfred A. Bozzuffi ’78 Mrs. Frank A. Breit P’79 Stephen R. Breit ’79 Thomas P. Brewton ’74 Terry E. Brockett ’62 Judson B. Broome ’91 Kyle S. Brunelle ’82 Corey L. Bruno ’02 Ian R. Busch ’88 Chad S. Caron ’98 Yongjun Chen PG’99 Louis T. Codega ’78

Matt Collette ’99 R. Perry Connell ’97 Anthony T. Constable ’02 John N. Costello Jr. ’89 Karyn V. Cox ’02 Jason M. Dahl ’02 Andrew J. DeSpirito ’03 Jacqueline A. DeSpirito ’02 Nicholas M. Dombrowski ’02 Philip S. Douthit ’72 Grant B. Dugan ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dvorak P’07 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eaton P’06 Dr. and Mrs. John Edinger P’99 Jon K. Elliott PG’68 Allen D. Evans ’61 S. Allen Face III ’70 Jaye Falls ’95 Douglas H. Frauenberger ’02 Anne M. Fullerton ’99 Scott G. Furr ’00 Paul F. Gallagher ’87 Bradley D. Golden ’99 Patrick J. Goss ’90 Richard S. Graham ’83 James N. Greenlees ’72 Robert W. Hall ’67 John G. Harrison ’70 Theresa Haven ’92 Brian D. Heberley ’01 Christine L. Heberley ’02 T. Mark Herder ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Herinckx P’06 Christopher A. Hicks ’99 Russell H. Hoffman ’74 Kenneth C. Holmboe ’55 John C. Hootman ’01 Joseph A. Hubbard ’95 Michael J. Hughes ’88 Lucas A. Hurt ’01 William C. Hurt III ’59 Alma C. M. Jacobson ’01 Donald R. Jacobson ’01 Richard D. Jaffin ’45 Mrs. Patricia B. Jeffers P’01


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Albert N. Kamahi ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Kehl P’91 Andrew R. Kondracki ’83 Thomas E. Koster ’67 Russell E. Kupferer ’99 Geoffrey G. Landon ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Lee P’89 Marc T. Limeri ’77 Duncan T. MacLane ’78 Jeffrey S. Magrane ’89 Robert J. Marinelli ’73 Mark F. Martecchini ’79 Gary W. McCue ’75 Robert McGowan ’62 Clifford P. Meyer ’60 John R. Mixon ’97 David G. Moorhead ’65 Melissa K. Morgan ’86 Richard A. Mulford ’61 Liam C. O’Connell ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Alfred R. Pagan P’88 Dr. and Mrs. Carl R. Partanen P’87 George B. Patterson ’57 John R. Paul ’69 George L. Phillips ’51 Herman S. Preiser ’49 Walter D. Rabe ’70 Robert C. Ranzenbach ’82 Edward A. Rerisi ’96 Robert K. Richardson ’60 Bruce S. Rosenblatt (Hon.) Karen G. Rossbach ’91 Eric Runnerstrom ’69 Jennifer R. Ryan ’99 Spencer A. Schilling Jr. ’82 James J. Shaughnessy ’89 David M. Shepard ’85 Steven C. Shepstone ’77 Luke A. Shingledecker ’00 Richard B. Siek ’74 John E. Sirutis ’67 Nathan A. Smith ’01 Richard A. Smith ’03 Joel P. Sodowsky ’96 PG’97 J. Niel Spillane ’50 Oren L. Stephans ’59 Larry K. Stephens ’63 Matthew P. Tedesco ’91 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 Phillip J. Wagner ’78 Peter K. Wallace ’93 Homer N. Wallin Jr. PG’62 Britton R. Ward ’95 Thomas J. Waters ’89 William A. Watts ’76 Gabriel D. Weymouth ’01 Elizabeth E. White ’99 Stephen D. White ’99 Dr. George O. Williams and Ms. Gloria Sosa

Douglas M. Wolff ’77 Jerod L. Wyman ’98 Thomas E. Zielinski ’72

5 Years

Anonymous Ms. Barbara L. Aster Cameron M. Baker ’07 Lauren Balza ’05 Robert I. Barra ’07 Christopher J. Becker ’08 Mr. Donald Bollinger W. Porter Bratten III ’08 Candace Brown ’04 Peter C. Bryn ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Burns P’08 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Busch P’88 Kathleen M. Cain ’07 Robert B. Carelli ’09 Brendan M. Carr ’07 Dr. and Mrs. Esteban Castro P’11 Paul D. Chapman ’67 Ms. Jennifer H. Church Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Cover P’92 Steven M. Cullity Jr. ’07 Mark P. D’Angelo ’07 William C. Danilczyk ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent DelGatto P’12 Thomas E. Dickenson ’92 Jonathan H. Dowsett ’09 Alana Duerr ’08 Phillip S. Duerr ’09 Mr. Edward C. DuMont

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 Carl D. Fast ’77 Wm. Jason Flatt ’98, PG’99 Matthew R. Fox ’04 Austin J. French ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Trevor French P’09 Adam E. Geary ’07 Patrick J. Gilmartin (Hon.) Richard A. Goldbach ’58 William T. Gotta ’07 James A. Gretzky ’80 Dr. Linda Gross-Cheliotes P’10 Mr. Austin P. Guenther Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guenther David W. Gustavson ’78 Evelyn R. Hackel ’05 Ryan E. Hackel ’04 Andrew D. Harville ’09 Todd R. Heidenreich ’89 Douglas S. Henn ’79 Kathleen Henn ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Henry P’97 Scott C. Henry ’97 Taylor M. Herinckx ’06 Patrick T. Hester ’01 Caitlin E. Jarecki ’05 Kristin P. Jarecki ’08 Vincent J. Jarecki III ’05 Elizabeth F. Jeffers ’01 Robert K. Jenner ’70 Robert S. Johnson ’59 Roy E. Johnson ’62 Eric Jordan ’05 Lauren N. Kadlec ’09

Ivan N. Kirschner ’81X Robert J. Kleinschmit ’06 John R. Knobel ’73 Cody C. Kurtz ’08 Michael G. LaGrassa ’07 Christopher M. Lake ’96 Susan E. Lake ’99 Andrew R. Lange ’06 Peter J. Lapp ’77 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 Lindsey K. Lindgren ’08 Diana M. Look ’09 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 Nikolas P. Martecchini ’09 Wayne D. Martin ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McKenzie P’98 Nathan J. McKenzie ’98 Ms. Carol McLaughlin Joshua S. McMinn ’09 John A. Mercier ’60 Jason W. Minett ’06 Stephen T. Minnich ’08 James R. Moody ’82 Michael G. Morabito ’05 Brent J. Morrison ’11 Andrei Mouravieff ’09 Katharine A. C. Munkenbeck ’04 Matthew H. O’Leary ’07

RADM and Mrs. Robert C. Olsen Jr. Scott D. Orlosky ’77 Joel R. Parry ’79 Laura K. Patterson ’09 Brian J. Petersen ’07 Daniel J. Platt ’87 Andrew W. Polay ’00 Nathan L. Pratt ’07 Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Reifsnyder P’08 Jeffrey D. Reifsnyder ’08 Scott Richards ’77 Robin S. Rose ’09 Ryan W. Sadlo ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sarles P’10 David J. Sawyer ’08 Rachel A. Sawyer ’09 Mr. Steven T. Scalzo Mr. Benjamin Scott and Dr. Patricia Shustock P’10 Lori R. Sharpe ’82 Justin P. Shell ’08 Lorne B. Sheren ’73 Elizabeth M. Singleton ’07 Mark Skinner ’67X Mr. and Mrs. Bret Smart P’09 Bret S. Smart Jr. ’09 Emerson L. Smith ’08 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 Sean M. Sundey ’03 Theodore L. Thorsen ’61 Mrs. Andrew Tindale P’10 Jessica K. Tomczak ’08 Matthew D. Turns ’00 Matthew L. Unger ’04 Adam H. Van Doren ’08 Charles B. Walburn ’70 Jonathan D. Ward ’09 William C. Webster ’59 Emily E. Whitman ’05 Sarah E. Wickenheiser ’08 Vincent S. Wickenheiser ’08 John P. Wise ’09 Stefan T. Wolczko ’09 Mark K. Wolf ’95 Meldon J. Wolfgang IV ’93 David M. Yannitell ’67 Timothy Yen ’04 Matthew B. Zahn ’05 Aurore V. Zuzick ’09

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2012-2013 DONATIONS Corporations, Matching Gift Corporations, Foundations, Associations, and Professional Organizations Amgen Foundation Applied Physical Sciences Corp. AT&T Axis Capital Badge Agency, Inc. BAE Systems Bank of America Foundation 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 Community Foundation of New Jersey Computer Associates Matching Gifts Program

Con Edison ConocoPhillips Matching Gift Company Constellation Energy Crowley Maritime Corporation Cumberland Home & Hearth Designautics, Inc. Dominion Foundation Matching Gift Program ExxonMobil Foundation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Foss Marine Holdings, Inc. Foss Maritime Co. Gabelli Foundation General Dynamics NASSCO General Electric Corporation Greater Houston Community Foundation The James J. Henry Charitable Trust Herbert Engineering Corp.

Horizon Lines IBEX, LLC Illinois Tool Works Foundation InterMarine Incorporated J H Auto Inc. Jewish Communal Fund KBR Community Matters KBR Community Matters Matching Gift Company Lockheed Martin Corporation Foundation Mariano's Cleaning Service, Inc. Marsh & McLennan Companies McMullen Family Foundation MetLife Michael Baker Corporation Foundation Microsoft Corporation Matching Gifts Program Minerals Technologies Inc.

2013 ADMIRALTY CLUB 4HE!DMIRALTY#LUBRECOGNIZESCORPORATIONSANDFOUNDATIONS that contribute $10,000 or more annually to Webb Institute. The generosity and loyalty of Admiralty Club members allow 7EBBTOCONTINUEITSDISTINGUISHEDEXCELLENCEINTEACHINGNAVAL architecture and marine engineering. For more information about becoming an Admiralty Club MEMBER PLEASECONTACTOUR$EVELOPMENT/FlCEAT  

Mobil Retiree Matching Gift Program Moog, Inc. National Life Group Charitable Foundation, Inc. Network for Good New York Life Foundation Northrop Grumman Foundation Nuview Funriders Oceanside Mortgage Company Orange County Community Foundation PPL Quantum Marine Engineering Raytheon Systems Company/ Matching Gifts Ryder System, Inc. SAIC Sargent & Herkes, Inc. SeaCraft Design, LLC

SeaRiver Maritime, Inc. Siemens Capital Company, LLC The Bechtel Foundation Matching Gifts Program The G. Unger Vetlesen Foundation The Glosten Associates, Inc. The Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers The TK Foundation Transocean Offshore Deepwater Drilling, Inc. UBS Investment Bank United Way of New York City Van Dyke Family Foundation Wakefern Food Corporation Webb Alumni Association Wells Fargo Educational Matching Gift Program

A D M I R A LT Y C L U B Bollinger Foundation Crowley Maritime Corporation Foss Marine Holdings, Inc. McMullen Family Foundation SeaRiver Maritime, Inc. The Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers The G. Unger Vetlesen Foundation

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Webb’s Winter Work term is one of the most extraordinary experiences our students have. Each year during a student’s four-year experience here

their Webb education. The program also enhances

at Webb, he or she will engage in a different type of

their lives by allowing them to experience these unique

Winter Work opportunity during January and February.

positions, as well as traveling to places abroad that

Freshmen work in shipyards, sophomores work on

they may otherwise never experience. This program

large vessels or container ships, and juniors and seniors

also provides exceptional networking opportunities for

engage in a variety of positions in engineering and

students; they interact with alumni and companies that

design firms nationally and globally.

can assist them in their futures when looking to secure

Our students not only gain “hands on, real life” work

employment.

experience through this program, but also learn what

We wish to thank those companies and alumni for

kind of work environment may best suit them in the

providing these unique work opportunities for our

real world—and they do so long before they complete

students during our 2013 Winter Work Term.

FRESHMEN

SOPHOMORES

JUNIORS

SENIORS

Bay Ship & Yacht Co. Brooklin Boatyard Detyens Shipyards General Dynamics Electric Boat General Dynamics NASSCO Guam Shipyard Huntington Ingalls Industries Lake Union DryDock Company Metal Shark Aluminum Boats New England Boatworks Nichols Bros. Boat Builders

A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S Crowley Maritime Corporation Horizon Lines International Shipping Partners, Inc. Kirby Corporation Maersk Line, Limited Military Sealift Command Ocean Shipholdings, Inc. Stolt Tankers Titan Salvage

Alan C. McClure Associates, Inc. Delta Marine General Dynamics NASSCO Guido Perla & Associates, Inc. M Ship Co. LLC Metal Shark Aluminum Boats NAPA Ship Architects, Inc. STX Canada Marine Titan Salvage (Costa Concordia Project) Vigor Marine

American Bureau of Shipping AMSEC Bollinger Shipyards Cruise Lines International Association Electronics Consulting Services/NOAA Elliott Bay Design Group GL Noble Denton MCI Huntington Ingalls Industries Morrelli & Melvin Design & Engineering Navatek Ltd Norbridge Inc. SeaRiver Maritime The Glosten Associates Titan Salvage (Costa Concordia Project)

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FINANCE & INVESTMENTS FISCAL YEAR 2013 (FY13) he overall return on investment of 14.5% realized in FY13 enabled an 8% growth in the endowment after accounting for the draw to support operations. The endowment is now over onethird higher than its lowest point following the economic downturn of 2008-2009, with investments totaling $53,768,269.

T

As shown in Table 1, Webb’s current year and longer term annualized returns compare favorably with our peers. Our 1, 3, 5 and 10 year average returns lie well above the top quartile returns of endowments for higher education as reported in the 2013 NACUBO-Commonfund Study of Endowments. The Webb Investment Committee provides oversight of our investments. John Couch, former CEO of Alexander and Baldwin and Chairman of CM Capital, serves as chairman of the Investment Committee, having succeeded Jon LaBerge in November 2012. During FY13, Cambridge Associates was contracted to provide investment advisory services. C|A, one of the world’s leading financial advisors for colleges and universities, succeeded Merrill Lynch as Webb’s investment advisor. Webb’s Investment Policy Statement was revised in October 2012. The IPS establishes a goal of earning an average real annual return of 5% on a sustainable long-term basis. The real return is the total return (net of investment management fees) adjusted for inflation. The IPS calls for a diversified allocation and sets

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policy target values as follows: 55% Global Equity, 10% Diversifiers, 14% Real Assets, 18% Fixed Income, and 3% Cash. The policy defines permissible ranges about the target values, to allow minor shifts as a result of market movements without forced rebalancing,

and to allow the committee to adopt tactical over/under weight allocations when appropriate. As shown in Table 2, Revenue was down $1,279,682 for the year, primarily due to a reduction in the receipt of major planned gifts. Total Revenue & Support increased

Table 1: AVERAGE ANNUAL INVESTMENT RATES OF RETURN (net of fees) 1 Year

3 Year

5 Year

10 Year

14.5%

12.8%

6.4%

9.2%

NACUBO (All Colleges & Universities)

11.7%

10.2%

4.0%

7.1%

NACUBO (Upper Quartile)

13.0%

11.2%

5.0%

7.8%

NACUBO ($50–$100 million endowments)

11.5%

10.0%

4.0%

6.7%

NACUBO (>$1 billion endowments)

11.7%

10.5%

3.8%

8.3%

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Table 2: STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES (Income Statement) 2013

2012

Operating Revenue (Room & Board, etc.)

$994,955

$998,400

Unrestricted Gifts

1,514,893

1,431,439

540,809

1,619,239

869,178

1,251,181

Major Unrestricted Gifts (>$100,000 each) Restricted Gifts & Grants Other Income (Research, etc.) REVENUES Investment Return TOTAL REVENUE & SUPPORT Instruction

230,899

130,157

4,150,734

5,430,416

6,721,549

434,601

10,872,283

5,865,017

2,873,006

2,750,310

Institutional Support

2,118,561

1,748,315

Auxiliary Enterprises

521,622

568,768

Student Services

695,008

741,643

Academic Support

1,002,699

787,514

TOTAL EXPENSES

7,210,896

6,596,550

Change in Net Assets (before write-off) Change in Net Assets NET ASSETS: Beginning of Year End of Year

3,661,387

(731,533)

$3,661,387

($731,533)

$59,049,517

$59,781,050

$62,710,904

$59,049,517


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by $5,007,266 due to the strong returns on the endowment.

Table 3: TOTAL EXPENDITURES (Operating and Capital)

Operating expenses increased from $6,596,550 in FY12 to $7,210,896 in FY13. In FY12, we were operating without one faculty member and one member of the development department. In FY13, gift revenue from pledges was written down by $173,865. After adjustment for these significant expenses, the increase in operating expenses is 4%. Table 3 shows total expenditures (operating expenditures plus capital expenditures).

Total Expenses

The chart in Figure 1 illustrates the breakdown of operating expenses by function. Instruction (faculty, laboratories, etc.), Academic Support (non-faculty academics, library, etc.), Student Services (student activities, non-tuition scholarships, etc.), and Auxiliary Enterprises (primarily food service)

2013

2012

$7,210,896

$6,596,550

Less Depreciation Expense

(611,969)

(557,729)

Less Bad Debt Expense

(173,865)

-

561,153

1,051,819

6,986,215

7,090,640

Capital Expenditures TOTAL EXPENDITURES

comprise 70% of overall expenses. In FY13, 53% of operating expenses were for salary and benefits. Other large expense items included food services (7%), Utilities (5%), Insurance (3%) and Depreciation (8%). At the end of FY2013, Webb loan debt stood at $1,088,098. The remainder of liabilities consisted of payables. As shown in Table 4, Webb’s Net Assets grew by 6.2% over FY13.

Figure 1: FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES 14% 10%

7%

Table 4: STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION (Balance Sheet) Investments

2013

2012

41%

30%

$53,768,269

$49,782,400

Plant Assets, net of depreciation

9,013,448

9,064,264

Other Assets

1,713,093

1,916,068

Institutional support

$2,118,561

$64,494,810

$60,762,732

Auxiliary enterprises

$521,622

1,088,098

1,073,548

TOTAL ASSETS Loans (Line of Credit) Payables and other liabilities

695,808

639,667

TOTAL LIABILITIES

$1,783,906

$1,713,215

NET ASSETS

62,710,904

59,049,517

$64,494,810

$60,762,732

Total Liabilities & Net Assets

Instruction

Student services Academic support TOTAL FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES

$2,873,006

$695,008 $1,002,699 $ 7,210,896

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