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Leading with Grit & Grace Since 1888

THE 2012-2013 ANNUAL REPORT OF PHILANTHROPY J U LY 1 , 2 0 1 2 – J U N E 3 0 , 2 0 1 3


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Thank you – from a grateful faculty Dan Aber • Richard Adams • Douglas Allen • Sara Anderson • Whitney Barrett • Scott Berry Peter Briggs • Alan Brooks • Sandy Carlisle • Michael Cervas • Eliza Childs • David Chrzanowski Gloria Sara

Connell • Mark Deveaux • Peter

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Kanter • Shawn

Doucette • Ariel

Desjardins • Kathleen

Duddy • Scott

Dudd

Devaney • Jon

• Tom

Earl • Todd

Deveaux Eckerson

Farrell Gerges • Larry Gilman • Newell Grant • Tony Griffith • Charles Griffith • Jeanne Griffith Grant Gritzmacher • Mary Pat Gritzmacher • Ray Gustafson • Colin Hartwig • Michele Hatchette Betsy Heckman • Joan Howard • Cara Hugabonne • Lee Huguley • Colleen Jonca • Tim Joncas Paul

Kendall • Jay

Keough • Jessica

Keoug • Maureen

Lamb • Thea

Leach • Alan

Leathers

Jill Loveland • Edna Madden • Greg Marco • Ken Mason • Nick McDonald • Pam McDonald Emily Neilson • Peter Newman • Lindsay O’Brien • Shannon O’Shaughnessy • Mitch Overbye Jennifer Philip • William Philip • Maggie Pinney • David Pope • Kimberly Pope • David Pringle A-men Rasheed • Scott Reeves • Jack Reigeluth • John Sandoval • Morgan Shipway • Bill Sistare Darlene Skeels • Arturo Solis • Nancy Spencer • Kate St. Amand • Amy Stevens • Scott Stevens Bryan Tawney • Judi Tolomea • Jane Toner • Peter Ulrich • Nancy Urner-Berry • Carolyn Walker James Waters • David Werner • Elizabeth Wilde • Greg Williams • Joyce Wilson • Lee Zalinger Janna Zempsky • William Zempsky

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ATHLETICS

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Message from the Headmaster Financial Summary Total Giving to Westminster Annual Fund Scale of Gifts Summary of Cash Contributions Alumni Top Ten Participation Alumni Top Ten Contributions Overall Class Leaders Reunion Giving 2013 Reunion Giving Records Reunion Participation Capital Donors Capital Gifts Steering Committee Thring Society Annual Fund Clubs Alumni Donors Current Parent Donors Sixth Form Parents Gift Parents of Alumni Other Donors Specialized Donations Volunteers 2012-2013 Endowment Funds Trustees 2012-2013

ACADEMICS

C O N T E N T S

ARTS

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M I S S I O N

SERVICE

The Westminster community inspires young men and women of promise to cultivate a passion for learning, to explore and develop diverse talents in a balanced program, to reach well beyond the ordinary, to live with intelligence and character, and to commit to a life of service beyond self.

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beautiful early fall weekend greeted

students and parents for the opening of school this September. Arriving at the top of Williams Hill, all were amazed by the transformation in the residential side of our campus with the addition of the new Gund and Squibb Houses and the accompanying extension of what we now call Baxter Lawn across an uninterrupted expanse of grass from Cushing to Edge House. At the same time, though, the setting was familiar, as Sixth Formers — the Class of 2014, which is our 125th Class — waited eagerly at the top of Williams Hill to greet personally all new students upon their arrival. This long-standing tradition underscores the personal qualities which have always distinguished our school community. Having spent the past year celebrating Westminster’s 125th anniversary, these traditions continue to resonate powerfully across generations of Westminster alumni and friends of the school.

This publication documents the foundation that makes everything at this school possible. Candidly, Westminster School thrives at the pleasure of the people listed in the pages that follow. Whether the mathematics teacher huddled over lunch with a student for extra help, the thirds field hockey coach patiently teaching a student the skills of an unfamiliar sport, the Chorale Director encouraging a student to join our Chamber Choir, or the advisor reaching out to parents with an update about their child, relationships bind our community. These relationships thrive long after graduation. In fact, recently, along with scores of

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Westminster alumni, many of whom traveled great distances, Jenny and I attended a wedding of two Westminster classmates. To a person, these alumni affirmed that attending this wedding was a must, since it offered a precious opportunity to spend time with their lifelong Westminster friends.

In extending themselves to support Westminster School, those listed in this annual report are enriching the opportunity we offer to our students, and in the process, making an extraordinary difference in the lives or our students. This philanthropic support comes in a variety of forms — annual fund gifts, capital gifts, planned gifts — and it all makes a difference. Annual fund gifts provide immediate and essential support to our day-to-day program. Capital gifts underwrite scholarships, faculty chairs, buildings, and endowment. Planned gifts offer an opportunity to assure an eternal legacy, at Westminster, most notably by Walter Edge with his extraordinary bequest. Actually, many names listed here appear in a variety of places, highlighting the depth and breadth of the wonderful support enjoyed by this school. Martlets fly together, and this annual report reveals the power of a very big flock of Martlets!

On behalf of our students and my faculty colleagues, thank you! With Grit & Grace,

William V.N. Philip, P’06,’09 Headmaster

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F I N A N C I A L S U M M A RY

Income and Expense Summary July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2013

ENDOWMENT INCOME

TUITION AND FEES

15.1%

72.8%

UNRESTRICTED ANNUAL GIVING

8.6% OPERATING INCOME Tuition and Fees

$17,782,593

Endowment Income

$ 3,700,000

Unrestricted Annual Giving

$ 2,100,000

Other Income

$

Total Operating Income

OTHER INCOME

3.5%

857,252

$24,439,845

INSTITUTIONAL

INSTRUCTIONAL

16.8%

27.4%

OPERATING EXPENSE Instructional

$ 6,664,538

Administrative

$ 3,714,286

Institutional

$ 4,075,983

STUDENT AID

Plant

$ 2,952,313

16.4%

Student Aid

$ 3,993,780

AUXILIARY

Auxiliary

$ 1,563,321

6.4%

Major Plant Repair

$ 1,336,161

Total Operating Expense

$24,300,382

MAJOR PLANT REPAIR

ADMINISTRATIVE

15.3%

PLANT

12.2%

We have carefully compiled this Annual Report in the hope of correctly listing all supporters, donors and friends. If there is an error, we apologize and ask that you please inform us.

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To t a l G i v i n g t o W e s t m i n s t e r S c h o o l 2 0 1 2 – 2 0 1 3 May 1, 2012 – April 30, 2013 Source

Annual Annual Giving Annual Donors Participation Giving

Alumni

% of Total Annual Giving

Capital Giving

Totals

1,686

39%

$1,058,469

42%

$2,112,654

$3,171,123

Current Parents

219

70%

796,876

32%

1,162,000

1,958,876

Parents of Alumni

340

23%

400,938

16%

779,421

1,180,359

46

150,350

6%

30,000

180,350

145

94,654

4%

7,872,492

7,967,146

Recorded Totals: 2,436

$2,501,287

Grandparents All Others

100% $11,956,567 $14,457,854

Annual Fund Scale of Gifts May 1, 2012 – April 30, 2013 # of Donors

Range

Total

Average

% of Total

Cumulative Total

14

$25,000 +

$502,228

$35,873.43

20%

$502,228

55

$10,000 – $24,999

$736,094

$13,383.52

29%

$1,238,322

49

$5,000 – $9,999

$272,741

$5,566.14

11%

$1,511,062

144

$2,500 – $4,999

$398,970

$2,770.63

16%

$1,910,033

211

$1,000 – $2,499

$265,130

$1,256.54

11%

$2,175,163

256

$500 – $999

$136,167

$531.90

5%

$2,311,331

955

$100 – $499

$163,873

$171.59

7%

$2,475,204

753

Under $100

$26,083

$34.64

1%

$2,501,287

Summary of Cash Contributions May 1, 2012 – April 30, 2013 Capital Funds

Total

General Endowment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,436,150 Faculty Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155,024 Student Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 352,723 Program Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9,937,477 Unrestricted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75,193 The Annual Fund Unrestricted Gifts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,131,5776 Restricted Gifts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 369,710 Total Cash Received . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14,457,854 Total Alumni/Development Office expenditures in 2012-2013 which include salaries, alumni and parent programs, publications, telephone, travel and capital expenses amounted to 9.9 cents per dollar raised.

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A l u m n i To p Te n Participation — Annual Fund

A l u m n i To p Te n Contributions — Annual Fund

ParticiClass pation Class Agent(s)

Dollars Class Raised Class Agent(s)

1948

1982 $93,064 Christopher S. Byrne William O. LaMotte IV Sarah Christel Scully Rennie Wilson Washburn

100%

E. Washburn Hawley Johnson Winship

1949

100%

Willard A. S. Denham Mansfield A. Lyon

1968

83.9%

Hunter W. Smith

1944

83.3%

Richard K. Jewett

1957

82.4%

Peter M. Palin

1945

80.0%

Robert M. Thomson

1966

72.2%

Brian R. O’Donnell

1955

72.2%

E. Tremain Bradley

1947

70.0%

1946

69.2%

Winchester F. Hotchkiss

1991 $78,802 Jason L. Clark Alison C. DuxburyShadwick Courtney Dann McAdams John P. Reilly Robert C. Webster III 1986 $49,028 Paul D. Gitterman Alexander L. Gray Wendy McConnel Sirchio Jennifer Agnew Terry 1988 $48,355 John R. Bryan Christopher R. Hannigan Andrew W. H. Logan Edith Josephson Owen David R. Wilkins 1978 $44,998 Michael T. Hanley Carl R. Nasto Jeffrey A. Wright 1985 $41,768 Douglas H. Gilbert Marissa Sollitto McDonnell Stewart S. Walker

Overall Class Leaders* Class Class Agent(s) 1957

Peter M. Palin

1966

Brian R. O’Donnell

1955

E. Tremain Bradley

1985

Douglas H. Gilbert Marissa Sollitto McDonnell Stewart S. Walker

1959

Charles D. Dilks

1986

Paul D. Gitterman Alexander L. Gray Wendy McConnel Sirchio Jennifer Agnew Terry

1961

Samuel M. Gawthrop Jr.

1999

Michael L. Ball Conway Walthew Bate Abbie Wold Long Torrey B. Trzcienski

1981

Kevin J. Kelly Natalie Kirschner Tallis Frank C. Winter

1982

Christopher S. Byrne William O. LaMotte IV Sarah Christel Scully Rennie Wilson Washburn

*combined dollars and participation

1983 $38,598 Woods A. Fairbanks Patricia Haskel Freund Lydia Kelley Nelson Heidi Eysenbach Rayden 1981 $38,416 Kevin J. Kelly Natalie Kirschner Tallis Frank C. Winter 1987 $37,225 Craig L. Buttner Jonathan T. Symonds Jeffrey E. Tindall 1977 $31,764 Patricia Daly Frank Thomas F. X. Hodson Nancy Watkins Shott

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REUNION GIVING 2013 Class of 1948

100%

Class of 1988

37%

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,425 Capital Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . $48,355 Capital Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . $37,500

Reunion Chair: Johnson Winship

Reunion Committee: John R. Bryan, Christopher R. Hannigan, Jane Kessler Lennox, Andrew W.H. Logan, Edith Josephson Owen, Sarah Rutledge, Elizabeth Wilde, David R. Wilkins, Hilary Neumann Zeller

Class of 1953

63%

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,769 Reunion Committee: Otis L. Smith, F. Gurney Thompson

Class of 1958

Class of 1993 52%

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . $17,015 Capital Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . $97,358 Reunion Committee: James P. Ingram, Barton T. Lewis, John P. Stratton III, Steven S. Walker, Henry S. Wild

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . $22,626 Capital Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $524 Reunion Committee: Michele Cochran Downey, Elizabeth Carstensen Genung, Abigail Keeler Hord, Ebony M. Roundtree, R. Spencer Van Pelt, Julie Madsen Zarou

Class of 1998 Class of 1963

36%

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,047 Reunion Committee: John C. Gundersdorf, Loftus T. Jestin, John N. Lavieri, Tobin V. Levy, Samuel H. Richey

Class of 1968

84%

42%

46%

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . $11,930 Capital Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $150

Reunion Giving Records

Reunion 60th 55th 50th 45th 40th 35th 30th 25th 20th 15th 10th 5th

Reunion Committee: Alexander S. Bryant, Hillary Lavely Corbin, Timothy D. Gerges, Michael A. Innes, C. J. MacDonald Jr., Leila Mountain Shaw, Kirsten A. Sichler, Douglas C. Stadnyck Jr., Alexis Van Der Mije

$79,492 $1,425,250 $2,514,728 $260,470 $5,304,890 $1,367,958 $1,295,925 $644,437 $212,798 $73,477 $55,585 $15,161

Class of 1973

31%

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,735 Capital Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,350 Reunion Committee: Lee R. Carlson, Richard R. Stout Jr., Jocelyn Kurosky Vallieres, Silas H. Witherbee

Class of 1978

34%

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . $44,998 Capital Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . $861,500

Class of 2003

23%

1948, 1949 1943, 1948 1939 1943 1955 1955 1955 1964 1967 1972 1998 1982

60th

100%

55th

100%

50th 45th 40th 35th 30th 25th 20th 15th 10th 5th

100% 100% 77% 78% 72% 84% 79% 68% 69% 70%

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,702 Reunion Committee: Emma N. Beck, Lisa A. Cavazuti, Kelly H. Cheng, Jarrod M. Connolly, Emily A. Cranshaw, Tommy R. Cross, Andrew F. Heinemann, Cameron G. Keady, Andrew J. Polio, Joseph H. Putko, Kathleen A. Sullivan, Lindsey M. Thomson

Reunion Committee: Jonathan I. Danforth, Deirdre Duffy Donohue, David H. Hovey Jr., Tyler Yeomans Madden, Jane R. Porterfield, Mark K. Wallace

Class of 1983

Reunion

Held by the Class of

Reunion Committee: Meredith C. Beck, Brian Dow, Joseph Brady Greco, Sean P. Navin, Christopher L. Smith, Kimberly A. Sullivan, Georgina C. Wolffer

63%

1949 1957 1955 1965 1969 1976 1978 1982 1992 1985 1999 1999

Participation Record

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,857

Class of 2008

Held by the Class of

Reunion Participation

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,000 Reunion Chair: C. Porter Berry Reunion Committee: William G. Anlyan Jr., Charles D. Cottrell, Douglas D. Griffin, Jonathan A. Horne, Hunter W. Smith

Giving Record

35%

Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . $38,598 Capital Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . $102,559 Reunion Committee: Wendy Sieglaff Baker, Doug M. Burdett, John N. Christakos, Charles B. Delana, Woods A. Fairbanks, Patricia Haskel Freund, Samuel F. Hovey, Elizabeth Crawford Van Duyne

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C A P I TA L

DONORS

Individuals Anonymous John S. Armour ’76 Timothy D. Armour ’78 Mr. and Mrs. William D. Armstrong Stephen H. Bacon Jr. ’66 Ellen Brockelman Bailey ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Baker Brian A. Baker ’64 John B. Beinecke ’65 C. Andrew Brickman ’82 James P. Briggs ’86 Robert F. Bristow ’76 Curtis F. Brockelman Jr. ’86 Bayard F. Brokaw ’75 Robert F. Bynum ’69 Mrs. Priscilla Caldwell C. Howard Capito ’64 Lee R. Carlson ’73 Kevin Kwok-Fun Chau ’79 Trinette and Herbert Cheng Dr. Jin Woong Choi and Ms. Sae Chang John N. Christakos ’83 Ashley P. Clark ’01 John R. Cook ’66 Dr. and Mrs. Frank A. Cordasco Edward D. Cosden Jr. ’64 Mr. William J. Cox ’81 and Mrs. Linda C. Cox Denis V. Curtin ’64 Mr. and Mrs. John H. Davis Joseph N. DuBarry V ’64 Mr. Richard W. Dunn and Mrs. Christa Carey Dunn Mr. and Mrs. B. Grady Durham Mr. William C. Egan III ’64 and Mrs. Pauline W. Egan Mr. and Mrs. Luis J. Fernandez Frederick D. Fischer ’80 Mr. and Mrs. David Ganek Donald J. Geissler ’66 Mr. Joseph L. Gitterman III ’55 and Mrs. Joanna A. Gitterman Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Grant III David P. Grant ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Harvey L. Gray Alexander L. Gray ’86 Elliot W. Gray ’89 Peter S. Greene ’64 Alan R. Griffith ’60 Mr. David E. Griffith ’72 and Mrs. Jacqueline M. Griffith Mr. John S. Hamblett ’80 and Mrs. Katherine S. Hamblett Michael T. Hanley ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hark

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Mr. and Mrs. William R. Harris Jr. Peter C. Hitt ’70 Eastham Hockmeyer* ’50 William A. Holbrook ’66 Mr. David H. Hovey, Jr. ’78 and Mrs. Leigh A. Hovey Kimberly G. Hovey ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Humann Herrick Jackson ’58 Orton P. Jackson Jr. ’70 Peter Jenness III ’57 Gilbert E. Jones ’70 Philip H. Jones ’80 Prof. Hong Goo Kang and Ms. Seungnam Cho Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Kelter James G. Kerridge ’62 Edward S. Kriz ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Delano W. Ladd Jr. Mr. Willard F. W. Ladd ’76 and Mrs. Katarina G. Ladd Mr. Seonyong Lee and Ms. Eun Joo Oh Dr. Sang Duck Lee and Mrs. Hyun Joo Lee Peter B. Leibinger ’86 Mr. Michael C. Lobdell ’75 and Mrs. Ann L. Lobdell Andrew W. H. Logan ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mayer Andrew D. McCullough Jr. ’87 Ms. Mary McGrath Mr. Peter Melhado Mr. and Mrs. S. Bradley Mell Estate of Richard C. Merrill * ’28 Mr. T. Treadway Mink Jr. ’77 and Mrs. Elise P. Mink Townsend T. Mink ’46 Estate of Anita Packard Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Moran Mr. and Mrs. David Moross Mr. Brien M. O’Brien and Ms. Mary M. Hasten James S. Offield ’69 Mr. Jonathan O’Herron Mr. J. Pierce O’Neil ’76 and Mrs. Ashley L. O’Neil Mr. Yang Sang Park and Mrs. Young E. Lee Mr. Kibum Park and Mrs. Eunjung Chung Dr. Dong Man Park and Dr. Dong Chun Cho Sanborn Partridge* ’32 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Paul Ms. Virginia Perry Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Phifer

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Jennifer and William V.N. Philip Stuart M. Pollack ’64 Mr. and Mrs. William A. Powel III Estate of John A. Powers Edwin H. B. Pratt Jr. ’62 Douglas B. Prezzano ’93 Jonathan R. Price ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Purdy C. Bradford Raymond ’85 Leon A. Reid III ’66 Ms. Eudora L. Richardson Mr. and Mrs. John E. Riegel Susan K. Rodney ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Neal Ryan Dr. and Mrs. Donald J. Salzberg Mr. Charles N. Santry ’80 and Mrs. Annette Santry Mr. Robert T. Sargent ’74 and Mrs. Anne P. Sargent Jeffrey G. Sarnoff ’64 Charles W. Scott Jr. ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher K. Seglem Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Seymour Mr. John Sherwin Jr. ’57 and Mrs. Clara D. Sherwin Robert D. Slimmon* ’42 Mr. Chi Yeop Son and Ms. Hye Jung Won Mr. Hayun Song and Mrs. Eunmee Chung Mr. Michael C. Spalding ’74 and Mrs. Elyse K. Spalding

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P. Frederick Steketee II ’64 John W. Stevens ’81 Mr. C. Evan Stewart ’70 and Mrs. Patricia M. Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Steven Taffet Daniel A. Turton ’85 Mr. Douglas E. Unfried ’64 and Mrs. Mildred G. Unfried Daniel G. Van Clief Jr. ’66 Mr. John T. von Stade Jr. ’84 and Mrs. Ann von Stade Mr. and Mrs. William F. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walsh Charles D. Wattles ’75 Mr. David E. Winship ’75 and Ms. Tracy Huntington Mr. and Mrs. D. Scott Wise Silas H. Witherbee ’73 Gregory S. Wolff ’70 Mrs. Robina G. Worcester Mr. and Mrs. Landon Wyatt Mr. Jeffrey J. Zimmer ’76 and Mrs. Susan E. Zimmer


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Foundations and Corporations John A. Bailey Family Fund Bank of America The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation The Christian Humann Foundation The Clark Family Private Foundation Inc. The Connemara Fund The Cove Charitable Trust DeMatteo Monness Consulting East Tennessee Foundation Egan Wood Family Foundation

Entergy Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund General William Mayer Foundation Greater Houston Community Foundation Griffith Family Foundation HSB Group, Inc. Directors’ Charitable Endowment Program Iroquois Avenue Foundation Jewish Communal Fund Lane Construction Corporation The Offield Family Foundation

O’Herron Family Foundation Pitney Bowes, Inc. The Prospect Hill Foundation, Inc. Random House, Inc. Simsbury Bank and Trust Company The Schwab Charitable Fund The Sherwick Fund Wellington Management Company, LLP The Wendling Charitable Fund

Capital Gifts Steering Committee John S. Armour ’76 Palos Verdes Estates, California

Andrew D. McCullough, Jr. ’87 Houston, Texas

Marjorie E. Pinney P’01, ’11 Hartford, Connecticut

Susan Werner Berenson ’82 Bethesda, Maryland

T. Treadway Mink, Jr. ’77, P’11 New Canaan, Connecticut

Scott W. Stevens P’07, ’09, ’12 Simsbury, Connecticut

C. Andrew Brickman ’82 Hinsdale, Illinois

J. Pierce O’Neil ’76, P’10, ’12 Norwalk, Connecticut

David S. Werner ’80, P’10, ’11, ’16 Simsbury, Connecticut

Newell M. Grant, Jr. ’99 Boston, Massachusetts

Shannon E. O’Shaughnessy West Simsbury, Connecticut

Thea H. Leach P’11,’13 Bloomfield, Connecticut

William V.N. Philip P’06, ’09 Simsbury, Connecticut

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THRING SOCIETY

The Thring Society recognizes members of the Westminster community who have made gifts through bequests, life income gifts, lead trusts, life estate gifts, retirement plans, or life insurance. There are 223 members of the Society. Please let us know if we have inadvertently omitted your name. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Thring Society, please contact Maggie Pinney, Director of Development, at (860) 408-3051. Anonymous (21 members) Douglas H. and Amy E.V. Allen Harold O. Anthony ’55 John S. Armour ’76 John L. Atlee ’59 Todd A. Atwood ’72 June C. Barker* Harry P. Barrand ’40*, P’68, ’74, ’78 Benjamin D. Beyea ’40* E. Tremain Bradley Jr. ’55 Andrew ’82 and Donna Brickman Alan F. Brooks ’55, P’89, ’91, ’96 T. Coleman Brooks ’95 Virginia J. Brooks* P’55, ’62, GP’82, ’89, ’91, ’96 Daniel Burke III ’87 Christopher F. Burr ’69 Michael S. Cady ’73 John C. Campbell ’38* C. Howard Capito ’64 John M. Capito Jr. ’60* Rachel England Castle ’86 Geoffrey L. Chentow ’61 David L. Childs ’52, P’80 Forrester A. Clark Jr. ’54 Howard L. Clark Jr. P’92 Abram Claude Jr. ’46, P’71, ’80, ’84, GP’02 Peter D. Coe ’59 W. Graham and Carol Cole Carlton Colyer ’48* Marina Rust Connor ’83 Lillian Corbin P’98 John A. Cosentino Jr. P’00 Guy W. Cox II ’57 Nancy B. Crocker* P’95, ’97, ’04 Alexander J. Daigle ’00 Jonathan I. Danforth ’78, P’09 Charles W. Deeds* P’51, GP’82 John A. DePasquale ’60, P’09 Henry M. de Mauriac ’42* Willard A. S. Denham ’49 John C. Devereux ’65 Alice and John D. Dibble ’50,* P’84 Nicholas H. Dilks ’92 Deirdre Duffy Donohue ’78 Dorothy and Robert Doran P’84 David A. Driscoll ’47* Susan H. Dubin P’00 Robert J. Dunbar ’66 Robert W. Ebling Jr. ’33*, P’66, ’69 Robert W. Ebling III ’66 R. Hilliard Ebling ’69 10

Walter E. Edge ’35* William C. Egan III ’64, P’92, ’95, ’00, ’02 Jacob S. Fassett III ’32*, P’57, ’58, GP’86 Colin S. Flinn ’82 Michael R. Flynn ’68 Gordon T. Ford ’53*, P’80, ’81, ’87 W. Robert Friedman ’61, P’93 Reginald H. Fullerton Jr. ’52* Peter C. Fulweiler ’66 Robert T. Gabriel ’40 Samuel M. Gawthrop ’61 Elizabeth N. Carstensen Genung ’93 Mary Anne Gerzanick-Liebowitz ’81 John T. Gibson ’31* Douglas H. Gilbert ’85 Kathleen Gorman Gilbert ’85 Joseph L. Gitterman III ’55, P’86, ’90 James H. Goodenough ’44 Newell M. Grant Jr. ’99 Craig L. Grenier ’02 Charles E. Griffith Jr. ’56 David E. Griffith ’72, P’06, ’10 N. Lee Griggs ’47* Robert D. Hafner Jr. Jonathan D. Halsey ’66, P’94 Katharine S. Hastings ’00 Bruce O. Hawes ’45* Jack W. Hawley ’34* Warren K. Hay ’50 Charles W. Henry ’67 John R. Henry II ’63* William C. Henry II ’78 J. W. Kearny Hibbard ’55, P’94, ’96 Wick Hollingshead ’56 Eastham Hockmeyer ’50* Melissa A. Horne ’00 Huston Huffman Jr. ’66 Catharine Montgomery Hunt* Franklin L. Morton ’73, P’05 Thomas A. Hunt ’50 Pemberton Hutchinson ’50 Richard A. Hutchinson ’49* Robert L. Ireland Jr. ’85 Anne and Gregory d. Islan ’66 Herrick Jackson ’58 John T. P. Jackson ’55*, P’78 Jennifer Glassman Jacobs ’96 Thomas A. Johnson Jr. ’47* Leigh Johnstone ’60 Gilbert E. Jones ’70 Peter M. Kellogg ’59, P’86 Elizabeth R. Kipp Murray H. Klein ’74 WESTMINSTER SCHOOL

Peter M. Kohn ’75 Benjamin S. Kuckel Jr. ’59 Victoria K. Gitterman Leonard ’90 Robert McA. Lloyd ’44* Michael C. Lobdell ’75, P’07 Andrew W.H. Logan ’88 Pare M. Lorentz Jr. ’55* L. White Matthews III P’95, ’98 Tom McCargo ’82 Brian H. D. McClelland ’50 John J. McGrath Jr. ’73, P’06 Thomas C. McNichols ’67 Jodi Godlewski Melvin ’78 Richard C. Merrill ’28* J. Sanford Miller P’00 Charles B. Milliken P’77 T. Treadway Mink Jr. ’77 Archibald R. Montgomery ’43*, P’71 Roger W. Moore ’35* John S. Morton Jr.* P’73, GP’05 Stephanie and Gregory M. Neal ’54, P’83 John O’Herron* GP’08, ’10, ’12 Lyn Oliva P’00, ’03 J. Pierce O’Neil ’76, P’10, ’12 Sandra and Lawrence R. Noble ’80 Ashley W. Olmsted* Thomas P. Owen ’50, P’88 Peter M. Palin ’57 Charles F. Partridge ’28* Sanborn Partridge ’32* Robert F. Pearce ’54 John T. Perkin * P’91, ’93, ’99 W. Scott Peters* P’73 Sabina and Peter V.N. Philip GP’06, ’09 Jennifer and William V.N. Philip P’06, ’09 Marjorie E. Pinney P’01, ’11 David H. Pivirotto ’83 Eliot H. Porter II ’43*, P’69, ’74 John A. Powers* P’85 Edward W. Probert Jr. ’80 Elfie S. Raymond P’89 Caleb F. Reese ’91 R. Scott Reeves III ’54* John H. Remer ’43*, P’69 John H. Remer Jr. ’69 Maury Reyburn ’32*, P’56 Deborah DuPont Riegel P’90, ’95 Mary E. Ross P’84 Charles G. Ryan ’45* Andrew B. Sanford ’83 Annette and Charles N. Santry ’80 Richard Savitt P’81 William M. Sebring Jr. ’37* ANNUAL REPORT 2012-2013

John Sherwin ’57, P’83, ’89 Tyler Sherwin ’89 Andrew D. Shiftan ’86 Wistar C. Silver ’59 James B. Slimmon Jr. ’45, P’76 Robert D. Slimmon ’42* Barbara and Henry L.* Smith ’47 Paul A. Spagnoletti ’90 Courtney P. Stacks ’94 Dorothy and L. Caesar Stair III P’96, ’99 Campbell H. Steketee Jr. ’56* Harrison Stevens ’32* Amy and Scott Stevens P’07, ’09, ’12 C. Evan Stewart ’70 John P. Stratton III ’58 Phyllis S. Swayze* P’55, ’59, GP’86 Stephen F. Taft Jr. ’30* W. Bruce Taylor ’49 Samuel Thorne Jr. ’46, P’74, ’76 Margaret and Alan V. Tishman* P’66 John G. Tucker ’68 John V. Tunney ’52, P’80 Thomas H. Turton ’61, P’82, ’83, ’85, ’88 Howard Tuttle George F. Tyler III ’59* Ruth M. Unfried* P’61, ’64, GP’96, ’97 Stephen M. Unfried ’61, P’96 C. Hiram Upson ’50, P’86 Kenneth P. Urban P’95 Wendy McKinley Uvino ’75, P’05 Connie* and Donald E. Walkwitz P’96, ’99 David P. Wardwell ’49* John L. Way II* P’75, ’80 Peter H. Wendell ’61, P’87, ’90 Donald and Greta Werner P’79, ’82 Peter R. Wilde* P’81, ’85, ’88 David R. Wilkins ’88 Silas H. Witherbee ’73 Wendell W. Witter* P’56, GP’87 Gregory S. Wolff ’70 Thomas J. Wolff* P’70, ’73 David E. Wood ’75 Susan and Thomas H. Young III P’83, ’85 G. Frederick Zeller Jr.* Charles F. Zimmer ’59

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Leading with Grit & Grace Amy Dana Myzie ’75

Tiffany Liu ’10 TH E N Soccer (Co-Captain), Basketball (Tri-Captain), Tennis Turkey Bowl Captain Skiing Choir, Small Choir Video Club Photography Bureau Dramat A.S. with High Honors in Criminal Justice, Middlesex County College B.S., Cum Laude, Criminal Justice, Jersey City State University M.S. in Criminal Justice, Boston University Former Westminster Class Agent Former Westminster Executive Committee Member NOW Lieutenant (ret.), Piscataway Police Department, New Jersey

THEN Paul Winship Alumni Book Prize Butler Bowl Gilman Award Lewis J. Powers Photography Award Editor in Chief, Yearbook President, Eco Team Chorale and Chamber Choir Cabaret, Dramat Photo Editor, Westminster News Black & Gold S.O.N., S.A.C., M.S.U.

NOW New York University, Class of 2014 Princeton Prize in Race Relations President’s Service Award Westminster Class Agent

John Lavieri ’63 THEN Soccer, Football, Basketbal captain, Track Choir President, Discussion Group Managing Editor, News Board Harmonaires Dramat School Store L.A.W.S. Princeton University ’67 Former Director and Vice Chairman, Winsted Memorial Hospital

Katie Morton ’05 THEN Co-president, S.O.N. Vice President, Seniors as Sisters First Field Hockey Headmaster's Award for Diversity Day Diversity Committee Italian American Club Skidmore College ’09

NOW

NOW

Monitoring and Evaluation Intern, Grassroot Soccer in Cape Town, South Africa Bike Zambia (photo) Westminster Class Agent

President and Treasurer, Sterling Engineering Corporation Trustee, Vice Chairman, YMCA Foundation and Regional Advisory Committee, Northwestern Connecticut Community College Eagle Scout, Father of three Eagle Scouts, Grandfather of an Eagle Scout, BSA Rotarian since 1967 Westminster Class Agent

Katie Charlston Colgate ’92 TH EN Cross Country, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse Black & Gold The Westminster News Dance Ensemble Bates College ’96 NYU, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences ’05 Former Westminster Class Agent Former Westminster Executive Committee Member

Rob Horsford ’89 THEN Football, Track, Baseball John Hay Society Westminster News International Club Black and Gold Brown University ’93

NOW President, Apex Building Company New York, N.Y. Board member, Greater Harlem Real Estate Board Westminster Board of Trustees

NOW Biochemist, cancer research Mother of two amazing boys

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Leading with Grit & Grace Cris Gomez ’10

Everett L. Crawford ’52 TH E N

THEN

Head Prefect Dorm Prefect Head, Black & Gold Treasurer, John Hay Vestry Soccer, Squash, Tennis SAC MSU Winner of: Ganzenmuller-Buckey Award, Squibb Bowl, Fourth Form Bowl, Wilbraham Bowl, Keyes Bowl Community service volunteer in the Amazon

Football, Hockey, Baseball Dance Committee Choir Dramatic Association The Octet

NOW Docent, Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum Twice elected President of the volunteer association Volunteer reader of books on tape, The University of California (Channel Islands) Senior Vice President and Partner (retired) mortgage banker, W. Ross Campbell Co. Former President, Calabasas Country Club, Men's Board of Directors Former radio disc jockey and TV newscaster in Honolulu

NOW Wake Forest University, Class of 2014 Studying Politics and International Affairs with a double minor in Latin American Studies and International Studies

Warren Dibble ’84 Rosie Williams ’12 THEN Co-President, MSU Vice President, John Hay Vestry Secretary, SON SAC Model United Nations Black & Gold Chorale Westminster Belles A Better Chance Scholar

NOW THEN

NOW

Football, Hockey Golf Club Photographer for newspaper and yearbook

V.P. and C.F.O., Harpoon Brewery

Duke University, Class of 2016 Studying Public Policy, Arabic and Documentary Studies; a major in Public Policy, a minor in Arabic and a certificate in Documentary Studies Duke Student Government Political Union and Duke Union

Suzanne Daglio Armstrong ’94

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THEN

NOW

First female Head Prefect John Hay vestry Black & Gold Officer, SON Soccer, Hockey, Lacrosse Butler Bowl Alumni Book Prize

Boston Health Care Center for the Homeless Program Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse Master of Science in Nursing Street Team member

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FACULTY AND STAFF

We are pleased and proud to thank every member of our faculty who contributed to the Annual Fund in 2012-13. By achieving 100% participation, the faculty has demonstrated an extraordinary depth of generosity to Westminster School, beyond their already significant commitment.

Mr. Daniel A. Aber Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Adams Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Allen Mrs. Sarah Anderson and Mr. Peter Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Alex Barrett Mr. Richard P. Berry and Ms. Nancy G. Urner-Berry ’81 Mr. Peter L. Briggs ’71 and Mrs. Talbot S. Briggs Mr. and Mrs. Alan F. Brooks ’55 Mrs. Sandy Carlisle Mr. Michael R. Cervas and Mrs. Deborah A. Cervas Mrs. Elizabeth Childs Mr. David J. Chrzanowski Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Connell Mr. Mark H. de Kanter ’91 and Ms. Kathleen Devaney Mr. Shawn R. Desjardins Mr. and Mrs. Jon C. Deveaux Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Doucette Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Duddy Mr. and Mrs. W. Thomas Earl Mr. and Mrs. Todd L. Eckerson Mr. and Mrs. James F. Evans Jr. Mrs. Farrel Swain Gerges and Mr. Timothy G. Gerges ’98

MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES AEGIS Aetna Foundation Alliance Bernstein Ametek Foundation Amgen Foundation Apple Bank of America BlackRock The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Chubb & Son, Inc. Citizens Financial Group Colgate-Palmolive Company Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation Ecolab Inc. FBR Capital Markets Charitable Foundation Fidelity Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Gilman Mr. Newell M. Grant, Jr. ’99 Mr. Anthony W. Griffith and Ms. Jessica Kulynych Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Griffith, III Mr. and Mrs. Grant Gritzmacher Mr. Raymond E. Gustafson Mr. Robert D. Hafner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Hannah Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Harris Mr. Colin Hartwig Ms. Michele B. Hatchette ’05 Ms. Elizabeth Heckman Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Howard Mrs. Cara Hugabonne Mr. and Mrs. Lee Huguley Mr. Timothy A. Joncas ’00 and Mrs. Colleen A. Joncas Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kendall Mr. Jason F. and Mrs. Jessica N. Keough Mrs. Carol J. Kirsch Mrs. Maureen Gassert Lamb and Mr. Patrick Lamb Mr. and Mrs. Clifford G. Leach Mr. and Mrs. Alan S. Leathers Mrs. Jill Loveland Ms. Edna Madden

Fortress Investment Group, LLC GersteinFisher Goldman, Sachs & Co. Illinois Tool Works Foundation Ingersoll-Rand Charitable Foundation Ironshore The Janus Foundation Jefferies & Company, Inc. John Hancock Financial Services, Inc. JPMorgan Chase & Co. KBR Lane Construction Corporation Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc. The Medtronic Foundation Meredith Corporation Foundation Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Mizuho Morgan Stanley Foundation Mutual of America New York Life Foundation Nordson Corporation

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Mr. and Mrs. Gregory D. Marco Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Mason Mr. Nicholas G. and Mrs. Pamela J. McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Brad McGuire Ms. Emily Neilson Mr. Peter W. Newman ’80 Mrs. Robin Collinson Newman ’87 and Ms. Lindsay C. O’Brien ’05 Mrs. Shannon E. O’Shaughnessy Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel G. Overbye Jennifer and William V.N. Philip Ms. Sheryl J. Pierson Mr. and Mrs. Rees Pinney Mr. David R. Pope and Mrs. Kimberly Pope Mr. and Mrs. David T. Pringle ’05 Mr. and Mrs. A-men Rasheed Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Reeves Mr. John C. Reigeluth Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ribaudo Mr. John W. Sandoval and Ms. Nancy L. Spencer Mr. and Mrs. C. Morgan Shipway ’61 (M) Mr. and Mrs. Willard M. Sistare, II Mrs. Darlene Skeels Mr. and Mrs. William F. Smith, Jr.

The Northwestern Mutual Foundation The Pfizer Foundation Pitney Bowes, Inc. The Prospect Hill Foundation, Inc. The Prudential Foundation Random House, Inc. The Stanley Works State Street Steelcase Foundation Transatlantic Holdings, Inc. Travelers UBS Foundation Unilever United States Foundation, Inc. Union Bank of California Foundation United Technologies Corporation United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut Unum Wellington Management Company, LLP Wells Fargo & Company Zynga

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Denotes 25 or more consecutive years of giving to the Westminster Annual Fund. Denotes 10 to 24 consecutive years of giving to the Westminster Annual Fund. Denotes five to nine consecutive years of giving to the Westminster Annual Fund.

Mr. Arturo Solis and Ms. Carolyn Walker Mr. Duane Stagg Mr. Scott W. Stevens and Mrs. Amy R. Stevens Mrs. Cheryl Stone Mr. and Mrs. Bryan M. Tawney Mr. and Mrs. Gerard G. Toner Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Ulrich Mr. James S. Waters Mr. and Mrs. David S. Werner ’80 Ms. Elizabeth Wilde ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory B. Williams Mrs. Joyce M. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Woodruff Mr. Lee D. Zalinger and Ms. Wendy L. Bestor Dr. and Mrs. William T. Zempsky

GIFTS IN KIND Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Baker Mrs. Patricia Stevenson Daly Mr. and Mrs. Todd Doolan Elm Press Mr. Brian Foley and Mrs. Lisa Wilson-Foley Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Gilman Kurt T. Godiksen ’73 Mr. Michael Hawkes Mr. Daniel C. Imhoff and Mrs. Quincy T. Imhoff The Irvine Museum Mr. John Johnson Mr. Elliot Beck Nygard ’11

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S P E C I A L I Z E D D O N AT I O N S GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Frank O. Antonsanti ’59 Lawrence E. Baxter ’59 Walter Benson ’59 Franklin B. Bowes ’29 Brian T. Bruyette ’77 Mr. Bruce E. Burdett William W. Caldwell, III ’80 Woodson S. Carlisle, Jr. ’52 Mr. Luther L. Carter Peter D. Coe ’59 Jerome F. Eberts ’59 William T. Elliott ’52 Richard M. Fairbanks, III ’58 Alden French, Jr. ’52 Reginald H. Fullerton, Jr. ’52 Bryan Nash Gill ’80 John Hasler ’52 Edward P. Higley ’52 Michael Jackson ’49 Shaun Kelly, III ’59 George P. Keogh, Jr. ’59 Joseph P. Kurmaskie ’52

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Peter A. La Cour ’74 Walter H. Lee, Jr. ’57 Raymond R. MacDonald ’52 Alan D. Marks ’42 Steven T. Naraine, Jr. ’03 Henry S. Orr, II ’58 Jose A. M. Prentice ’52 Robert Puffer ’52 Gordon Clark Ramsey ’59 Leigh S. Ross ’52 Richard G. Scheide ’48 Loyall F. Sewall, Jr. ’52 Jessop Smith ’52 Mr. Jeffrey R. Stafford David W. Steel ’52 Harrison Stevens ’32 Philip B. Stull, Jr. ’52 George F. Tyler, III ’59 Cheryl Earlenbaugh Wheeler ’77 Mrs. Betsy Wilbraham Gridley L. Wright ’52 Richard B. Young ’52

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GIFTS IN HONOR OF Mr. Richard A. Adams Mrs. Barbara S. Adams Natalie B. Biedron ’12 William D. Carey ’60 Mr. W. Graham Cole, Jr. Mr. Dennis A. Daly Charlotte Grace DeLana ’14 Mr. Todd L. Eckerson Mr. Anthony W. Griffith Jessica Blades Havens ’91 Mr. Richard P. Hopley Gage A. Kennie ’13 Hilary Peterson Klug ’93 James S. Peterson ’89 Mrs. Kimberly J. Pope Kimball G. Sargent ’98 Mr. Scott W. Stevens Walter C. Teagle, III ’68

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GIFTS IN KIND TO ARCHIVES Thatcher M. Brown III ’53 Wales Craven ’50 Madeleine B. Dugan, grand-daughter of Albert B. Dick Jr. ’11 Jack W. Hawley ’34 Warren K. Hay ’50 Philip Kerr ’59 Robert B. Kling ’48 Jeremiah Miller ’63 William R. Sweat III ’80 Douglas E. Unfried ’64 Johnson Winship ’48


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VOLUNTEERS 2012–2013 Chairs

Alumni Association Executive Committee

T. Treadway Mink Jr., ’77, P’11 Trustee Annual Fund Chairman New Canaan, Conn.

Mr. David S. Bailey ’69 Greenwich, Connecticut

Mr. Douglas C. Kerridge ’85 New Canaan, Connecticut

Ms. Kirsten A. Sichler ’98 New York, New York

Mr. Robert H. Barnes ’65 Bonita Springs, Florida

Mrs. Jane Kessler Lennox ’88 New Albany, Ohio

Mr. Benjamin S. Srour ’00 Seattle, Washington

Mr. Charles M. Baxter, III ’79 Orlando, Florida

Mrs. Lauren Polo Patnaude ’99 Chicago, Illinois

Mr. Bradford G. Thomas ’85 Cohasset, Massachusetts

Mr. Mark R. Bluestein ’85 Yardley, Pennsylvania

Mr. James S. Peterson ’89 Hingham, Massachusetts

Mr. George D. Vaill ’66 Winchester, Massachusetts

Mrs. Hillary Lavely Corbin ’98 Greenwich, Connecticut

Mr. William V.N. Philip Simsbury, Connecticut

Mrs. Jocelyn Kurosky Vallieres ’73 Amelia Island, Florida

Mr. Daniel B. Farrelly ’99 Chicago, Illinois

Mr. Jonathan R. Price ’74 Cockeysville, Maryland

Mr. David S. Werner ’80 Simsbury, Connecticut

Ms. Kimberly G. Hovey ’80 New York, New York

Mr. John B. Ryan ’93 Rye, New York

Mrs. Julie Madsen Zarou ’93 Locust Valley, New York

Mr. Richard S. Hoyt ’72 Wilton, Connecticut

Mrs. Elizabeth Grant Schroeder ’84 Dayton, Ohio

Ms. Elizabeth S. Kelly ’00 Denver, Colorado

Mr. Steven F. Scott ’72 Old Lyme, Connecticut

John B. Ryan ’93 Alumni Association President Rye, N.Y. Douglas C. Kerridge ’85 Alumni Association Vice President New Canaan, Conn. Mr. David H. Hovey ’78 and Mrs. Leigh A. Hovey Parents Committee Co-Chairs Simsbury, Conn.

125th Anniversary Committee

Parents Committee

Honorary Chairs David H. Hovey Jr. ’78, P’09, ’11, ’14, Trustee, ex officio Leigh A. Hovey P’09, ’11, ’14, Trustee, ex officio Sara L. Whiteley ’91, Trustee Alan F. Brooks ’55, P’89, ’91, ’96, 125th Anniversary Director Tom Earl P’93, ’98, ’03, ’06, Business Manager Ken Mason P’11, ’12, ’16, Director of Marketing T. Treadway Mink Jr. ’77, P’11, Chairman, Board of Trustees J. Pierce O’Neil ’76, P’10, ’12, Trustee William V.N. Philip P’06, ’09, Headmaster Maggie Pinney P’01, ’11, Director of Development Darlene Skeels, Director of Publications and Communications Nancy Spencer P’13, ’15, Associate Head of School Scott Stevens P’06, ’09, ’12, Assistant Headmaster for Development

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Babington Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Buckley Mrs. Dorothy Ford Cadieux ’81 and Mr. Brian D. Cadieux Trinette and Herbert Cheng Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Conlon Mr. and Mrs. W. Michael Crawford Mr. Richard W. Dunn and Mrs. Christa Carey Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Durfee Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Egan Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. FitzPatrick Mrs. Patricia Daly Frank ’77 and Mr. Michael E. Frank Mr. Timothy French ’80 and Mrs. Liane C. French Mr. and Mrs. James Gorham Mr. and Mrs. Gregory H. Green Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hallisey Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Hanau Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hark Mr. David H. Hovey, Jr. ’78 and Mrs. Leigh A. Hovey Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huth Mr. and Mrs. David Januszewski

WESTMINSTER SCHOOL

Reception Hosts Mr. Seonyong Lee and Ms. Eun Joo Oh Mr. Jeffrey S. Lynch ’85 and Mrs. Maria L. Lynch Mr. Peter Melhado Mr. and Mrs. David Moross Mr. and Mrs. Robert O’Donnell Mr. and Mrs. David Ogilvy Mr. and Mrs. James Pappas Mr. Craig Poler Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Poling Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Purdy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rohn Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. James Skinner III Mr. and Mrs. Derek A. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tibbetts Mr. Paul Tomcik and Ms. Melodie Cail Mr. and Mrs. Peter von Gal Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walsh Mr. Charles Weinschreider and Dr. Kelly Kogut Mr. and Mrs. David L. Wertz Mr. and Mrs. W. Mark Wigmore Mr. Jon Yenor and Mrs. Caroline Brecker

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Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Baker Mr. Stephen S. Boeschenstein ’84 Mr. Edward E. Burns ’84 Mr. Roderick L. Cameron ’98 Trinette and Herbert Cheng Mr. John C. Devereux ’65 Mr. Timothy W. Egan ’00 Mrs. Patricia Daly Frank ’77 and Mr. Michael E. Frank Mr. and Mrs. David Ganek Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gould Mr. David H. Hovey, Jr. ’78 and Mrs. Leigh A. Hovey Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huth Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Kelter Korean Parents Association Mr. Seonyong Lee and Ms. Eun Joo Oh Mr. Stephen G. MacKenzie ’76 and Mrs. Elizabeth D. MacKenzie Mr. and Mrs. Alfred D. Matt Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Montross IV Mr. and Mrs. David Moross Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Noble ’80 Mr. Joseph T. O’Connor Jr. ’84 and Ms. Joan Flora Mr. and Mrs. Peter V.N. Philip Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Poling Ms. Jane R. Porterfield ’78 and Mr. Gerald H. Pastor Mr. Douglas B. Prezzano ’93 35


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ENDOWMENT FUNDS GENERAL ENDOWMENT FUNDS

EDGE ENDOWMENT FUND $28,253,357 This fund was established by an unrestricted bequest in 1996 by Walter E. Edge Jr. ’35. GENERAL ENDOWMENT

$26,319,672

FA C U LT Y F U N D S

BEINECKE FACULTY PROFESSIONAL FUND $237,876 Established in 2005 by a gift from the Prospect Hill Foundation of New York City and named for William Beinecke ’32 and John Beinecke ’65, the fund helps underwrite academic workshops and clinics, conferences for academic departments, training for new teachers and visits to campus by teaching specialists. DALY FACULTY TRAVEL FUND $141,842 Established in 2010 by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mangum upon the graduation of their son, James ’10, this fund is named in honor of longtime faculty member Dennis Daly. The fund provides a travel grant each year to a member of the faculty. DOBBIN FUND $336,847 Established in 1973 by Tilton H. Dobbin, former trustee, this fund supports faculty pursuing graduate degrees or attending workshops. WALTER E. EDGE JR. MASTER CHAIR $41,438 Established in 1984 by Westminster School to honor both Walter Edge Jr. ’35 for his generous support of the school’s Annual Fund and a “distinguished teacher whose performance sets a standard of excellence for others,” the chair is awarded with a stipend to a different teacher every five years. BRIAN W. FORD WRITING GRANT $8,138 In 2008, his 13th and last year at Westminster, English teacher Brian Ford established this grant to help make a summer of writing possible for a Westminster student. JOHN GOW CHAIR $1,155,884 Established in 1972 by C. McGhee Baxter Jr. ’37 and former students of John Gow in honor of his 47 years of service to Westminster, this chair provides a stipend for the school’s senior master.

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WILLIAM R. KENAN JR. ENDOWMENT FUND $7,735,734 Established in 1981 by The William R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust to support high quality and effective teaching, this fund provides salaries and benefits to teachers and administrators at the discretion of the Board of Trustees. KOHN FACULTY TRAVEL FUND $335,185 Established in 1992 by former trustee Bernhard “Buz” Kohn ’66, P’92, this fund provides stipends for faculty summer travel grants. MILLER FACULTY ENRICHMENT FUND $55,823 Established in 2000 from many gifts in honor of faculty members Richard and Linda Miller upon their retirement, this fund supports various programs to enrich the faculty. O’BRIEN FACULTY AWARD $128,690 Established in 1997 by Mr. and Mrs. Hans L. Carstensen III in honor of former trustee Frank “Junie” O’Brien Jr. and his wife, “Muffin,” this award and stipend are given annually to a faculty member “who has been selfless and generous with time and care in the support of Westminster students.” PANTALEONI-WEIL FUND $45,284 This fund was established in 1992 by Mr. and Mrs. William P. Weil in honor of Mrs. Weil’s parents, Heath and Adreana Pantaleoni, to promote professional growth by providing annual income for teachers to attend conferences. NICHOLAS J. SEIBEL MEMORIAL FUND $793,651 This fund was established in 1961 in memory of Nicholas J. Seibel ’53 by a classmate to provide faculty compensation in the form of annual bonuses. JOHN SHERWIN JR. ’57 AND W. GRAHAM COLE JR. CHAIR $479,347 Jack Sherwin, Chairman of the Board of Trustees from 1997 until 2004, established this chair in 2010 to honor his close friend Graham Cole H’09, the school’s seventh headmaster, and to recognize Westminster leadership. This chair will be awarded every three years to recognize a senior faculty member who sets the standard for leadership and embodies the true meaning of Grit and Grace.

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JENIFER B. STEWART FUND $138,967 Established in 2003 by trustee Charles Evan Stewart ’70 in honor of his mother, this fund provides professional growth opportunities for members of the History Department. SWAYZE FACULTY FUND $59,010 Established in 1992 in honor of Townsend S. Swayze ’55, former head prefect and past chairman of the Board of Trustees, this fund provides a stipend that is awarded annually in recognition of a teacher’s “outstanding contributions to the life of the school.” TAYLOR SABBATICAL FUND $195,539 Established in 1979 by a gift from Bill Bartholomay ’71 through The Ruth and Vernon Taylor Foundation, this fund provides funding for faculty sabbatical leaves. C. HIRAM UPSON ’50 FAMILY CHAIR $626,780 Established in 2003 by former trustee Hi Upson ’50, P’86 the income supports the salary of a faculty member in the humanities who is a master teacher of writing. The Upson Chair rotates every five years. DONALD H. WERNER CHAIR $521,187 This fund was established in 1992 to endow the English Department Chair from many gifts in honor of Westminster’s sixth headmaster. Income supports the department chair’s salary. FACULTY FAMILY COLLEGE FUND $300,159 Established in 1989 by former trustee Walter C. Teagle III ’68, this fund provides support to faculty with children in college. FACULTY SALARIES $95,682 This fund was established in 1984 from gifts in support of faculty salaries. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAVEL GRANT $11,423 Established by an anonymous donor in 2007, this fund supplements faculty travel.

SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS

ACQUAVELLA SCHOLARSHIP $330,013 This scholarship was established in 1980 by former trustee William R. Acquavella ’55, P’91.

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ARMOUR FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP $589,994 This scholarship was established in 2003 by trustee John S. Armour ’76 and his brother and former trustee, Timothy D. Armour ’78. FRANK STANLEY BEVERIDGE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP $90,437 Established in 2005 by a gift from the Frank Stanley Beveridge Foundation of Jupiter, Florida, the scholarship provides non-need based financial assistance for exceptionally deserving students. WILLY COSENTINO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP $360,160 This scholarship was established in 2000 by trustee John A. Cosentino Jr. in memory of his son. DAVIS SCHOLAR SUPPORT FUND $1,105,828 Established in 2010 by an anonymous donor, this fund underwrites ancillary support and tuition expenses for Davis Scholars. JOHN H. DAVIS SCHOLARSHIP $447,390 This scholarship was established in 2011 by former Trustee John Davis and his wife, Robyn P’05. EGAN FAMILY DAVIS SCHOLAR FUND $290,626 Established in 2010 by William ’64 and Pauline Egan and their children Kate ’92, Will ’95, Jane, Tim ’00 and Emily ’02, the fund supplements scholarship support for the Davis Scholars, adding diversity to the student body and expanding Westminster’s global reach. I. STAUFFER ESHLEMAN SCHOLARSHIP $345,440 This scholarship was established in 1989 by Mrs. Barbara Hitt in memory of her father. FISCHER/WATTLES SCHOLARSHIP $293,606 This scholarship was established in 2002 by Frederick D. Fischer ’80 and Charles D. Wattles ’75 and their families. EDWARD E. FORD FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP $283,759 Established in 1979 with a grant from the Edward E. Ford Foundation and matching funds, the fund provides a scholarship to a worthy recipient. GRIFFITH SCHOLARSHIP $253,305 This scholarship was established in 2005 by trustee David Griffith ’72 and his brothers, Charles Griffith Jr. ’56 and Alan Griffith ’60.

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ROBERTS HARRISON JR. SCHOLARSHIP $804,059 This scholarship was established in 1974 by former trustee Mr. Roberts Harrison and his wife, Greta, in memory of their son Roberts Harrison Jr. ’70. LINCOLN AND RICHARD HAWES, SR. SCHOLARSHIP $127,522 This scholarship was established in 1982 by Bruce O. Hawes ’45 in memory of his father and uncle. CHRISTIAN HUMANN SCHOLARSHIP $772,944 Established in 1995 by Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Humann through the Humann Foundation in honor of their son, Christian ’86, the scholarship is to be awarded to a boarding student of middle-income means. $287,451 LEBLOND SCHOLARSHIP by Mr. Mr. and and Mrs. Mrs. Richard Richard K. K.LeBlond, Established in 1989 by LeBlond, this scholarship a rising Sixth“whose Former this scholarship is given toisagiven risingtoSixth Former “whose participation, enthusiasm, vitality and in interest participation, enthusiasm, vitality and interest othersin othershelped have helped and inspired companions have and inspired his/her his/her companions and theand the school.” school.” R. MCALLISTER LLOYDFUND SCHOLARSHIP $1,000,000 $462,537 KOHN SCHOLARSHIP grant from the trustees Established in 1980 2012 by athe Kohn family, this fundof the William T. Grant support Foundation, Inc. in honor of provides scholarship to a student with significant R. McAllister Lloyd ’15, former president of the academic promise. foundation and a former trustee of Westminster, the scholarship is given to a student showing promise of R. MCALLISTER LLOYD SCHOLARSHIP $462,537 leadership capability who mightfrom not otherwise the Established in 1980 by a grant the trusteeshave of the opportunity to attend Westminster. William T. Grant Foundation, Inc. in honor of R. McAllister Lloyd ’15, former president of the foundation and a former ARTHUR MEMORIAL trustee of MILLIKEN Westminster, the scholarship is given to a student SCHOLARSHIP $1,283,303 showing promise of leadership capability who might not This scholarship was established in 1958 by otherwise have the opportunity to attend Westminster. C. McGhee Baxter Jr. and other gifts from family and friends in memory of Arthur Milliken, Westminster’s ARTHUR MILLIKEN MEMORIAL fourth headmaster. SCHOLARSHIP $1,283,303 This scholarship was established in 1958 by C. McGhee STEPHEN TUCKER SCHOLARSHIP $462,755 Baxter Jr. and other PERRY gifts from family and friends in memory This scholarship wasWestminster’s established infourth 2004 headmaster. by the Class of of Arthur Milliken, 1964 at their 40th reunion and by members of the Perry family in memory Stephen, who lost his life$462,755 while STEPHEN TUCKERofPERRY SCHOLARSHIP serving in the Vietnam War. This scholarship was established in 2004 by the Class of 1964 at their 40th reunion and by members of the Perry HELENinS.memory REMER of SCHOLARSHIP family Stephen, who lost his life$141,578 while This scholarship was established in 1989 by former serving in the Vietnam War. trustee John H. Remer ’43 in memory of his mother. It is given a student who is interested in pursuing HELEN S. to REMER SCHOLARSHIP $141,578 a liberal arts education. This scholarship was established in 1989 by former trustee John H. Remer ’43 in memory of his mother. 38

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TIMKEN $465,599 It is givenSCHOLARSHIP to a student who is interested in pursuing scholarship was established in 1977 by aThis liberal arts education. former trustee Ward L. Timken ’62. TIMKEN SCHOLARSHIP $465,599 DAVID HENRY TISHMAN SCHOLARSHIP This scholarship was established in 1977 by $217,636 This scholarship wasL. established in 1972 by former trustee Ward Timken ’62. Mr. and Mrs. Alan V. Tishman in memory of their son, David, Class of 1966. DAVID HENRY TISHMAN SCHOLARSHIP $217,636 This scholarship was established in 1972 by UNFRIED SCHOLARSHIP Mr. and Mrs. Alan V. Tishman in memory of $347,182 their son, This scholarship was established in 1995 by former David, Class of 1966. trustee Stephen M. Unfried ’61 and his wife, Amy. UNFRIED SCHOLARSHIP $347,182 WESTMINSTER This scholarship SCHOOL was established in 1995 by former HARTFORD SCHOLAR $187,745 trustee Stephen M. Unfried ’61 and his wife, Amy. Past parent and former trustee Anthony J. Francoline and his wife, Lelee Brandt, established this scholarship in WESTMINSTER SCHOOL 2004 to support deserving students from the Hartford HARTFORD SCHOLAR $187,745 area.parent and former trustee Anthony J. Francoline and Past his wife, Lelee Brandt, established this scholarship in 2004 JILL MACRAE WITHERBEE to support deserving students from the Hartford area. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP $145,980 This scholarship was established in 1980 by gifts from JILL MACRAE WITHERBEE friends and family in memory of Jill Witherbee, a MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP $145,980 Westminster coach and mother ofinthree This scholarship was established 1980graduates. by gifts from friends and family in memory of Jill Witherbee, a GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP $345,638 Westminster coach and mother of three graduates. GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP

$345,638

PROGRAM FUNDS PROGRAM FUNDS

1998 SIXTH FORM LEADERSHIP FUND $104,721 Parents of theFORM Class LEADERSHIP of 1998 established in 1998 1998 SIXTH FUNDthis fund $104,721 to support leadership and training Parents of the Class ofprograms 1998 established this fund in 1998 opportunities for upper formers.and training to support leadership programs opportunities for upper formers. 1999 SIXTH FORM STUDENT ACTIVITIES $121,768 1999 SIXTH FUND FORM STUDENT This fund was established in 1999 by the parents of the ACTIVITIES FUND $121,768 Classfund of 1999 support the Student This was to established in 1999 by Activities the parents of the Committee, thetostudent-run responsible for Class of 1999 support theorganization Student Activities on-campus weekend programs. Committee, the student-run organization responsible for on-campus weekend programs. ALAN F. BROOKS ’55 DISTINGUISHED AWARD $36,718 ALAN F. BROOKSALUMNUS ’55 Established in 2011 by the Class of 1966 to annually DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS AWARD $36,718 honor an alumnus embodies thought, word and Established in 2011who by the Class ofin1966 to annually deed Westminster. award isword named for honorthe anmission alumnusofwho embodiesThe in thought, and longtime faculty member Alan F. Brooks ’55. is named for deed the mission of Westminster. The award longtime faculty member Alan F. Brooks ’55.

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BARBARA B. ELDRIDGE AND BUCHANAN FAMILY FOUNDATION DRAMAT FUND $88,438 Hunt Eldridge Jr. established this fund in 2006 to provide additional support for Westminster’s theater program. CHENG FAMILY SWIMMING & DIVING $73,980 Established in 2013 by Trustee Trinette Cheng and her husband, Herbert, with their children Kelly ’08, Katherine ’11 and Herbert ’13, to enhance Westminster’s swimming and diving program. DIRECTOR OF STUDIES FUND $106,535 Established in 2011 by Dr. and Mrs. Frank Cordasco P’13 to support the Director of Studies Office in providing special programs to enhance the academic life of the school. ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES FUND $59,168 W. B. Dixon Stroud Jr. established this fund in 2001 to support the school’s environmental studies program. FORD-GOLDFARB ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FUND $328,650 Maureen R. Ford-Goldfarb with her daughter, Kirsten Ford ’00, established this fund in 2005 to enhance Westminster’s English program. GRAHAM GUND VISITING ARTIST SERIES $419,041 Members of the Gund Family established this fund in 1991 in honor of Graham Gund ’50 at his 50th birthday. Income from the fund is used for presentations by visiting artists who perform in the Werner Centennial Theater. HERRICK JACKSON COMPUTER EDUCATION FUND $84,135 This fund was established in 1984 by former trustee Herrick Jackson ’58 to provide income for computer education. KEYES FUND $454,606 This fund was established in 1964 by an anonymous donor in honor of Francis “Pete” Keyes, Westminster’s fifth headmaster. Principal and income may be used to provide for emergency needs of the school at the headmaster’s discretion.

THE POWEL STUDENT COUNCIL FUND $45,225 Established in 2011 by Mr. and Mrs. William Powel P’11 to provide support for student council sponsored activities, outings, speakers and events. PROBERT FAMILY CHAPEL SPEAKERS FUND $48,124 Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Probert established this fund in 1999 to provide income for speakers for the chapel program. RAYMOND / O’BRIEN FUND $263,341 This fund was established in 2013 by Trustee Brad Raymond ’85 and his wife, Soledad O’Brien, to provide endowment support for Westminster’s Crossroads Learning Program. STRATEGIC FUNDS $184,165 This fund includes gifts received to support capital initiatives. TIMKEN FUND $599,090 This fund was established in 1977 by a gift from former trustee Ward Timken ’62 to endow the Timken Student Center.

LIBRARY FUNDS

BEINECKE LIBRARY FUND $188,783 This fund was established in 1974 by The Prospect Hill Foundation, Inc. of New York City and William S. Beinecke ’32 and John B. Beinecke ’65 to enhance Westminster’s library budget. BEVERIDGE LIBRARY FUND $140,092 Established in 1983 by the Frank Stanley Beveridge Foundation, this fund is used for acquisition of books, periodicals and tapes. JOHN CANNELL MEMORIAL LIBRARY FUND $249,583 This fund was established in 1980 by Mr. and Mrs. John R. Cannell in memory of their son, John R. Cannell ’80. Annual income provides additional funds to be used at the discretion of the librarians.

MEAD LANGUAGE LABORATORY FUND $41,395 A gift from Robert H. Mead ’50 through the Hartley Corporation established this fund in 1980 to endow a language laboratory for students.

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TRUSTEES 2012–2013 Heather Frahm ’86 Weston, Mass.

Anne K. Moran P’06, ’09, ’12 Unionville, Pa.

Elisabeth M. Armstrong P’04, ’06, ’07 Cherry Hills Village, Colo.

Joseph L. Gitterman III ’55, P’86, ’90 Emeritus Washington Depot, Conn.

John C. Niles ’81, P’14 Marblehead, Mass.

Beth Cuda Baker P’09, ’12, ’15 New Canaan, Conn.

Robert T. Horsford ’89 New York, N.Y.

John S. Armour ’76 Emeritus Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.

Susan Werner Berenson ’82 Bethesda, Md. C. Andrew Brickman ’82 Hinsdale, Ill. Susanna S. Brown P’15 Batesville, Va. Trinette T. Cheng P’08, ’11, ’13 Kowloon, Hong Kong Abram Claude Jr. ’46 P’71, ’80, ’84, GP’02 Emeritus North Salem, N.Y.

Leigh A. Hovey P’09, ’11, ’14 Ex officio Simsbury, Conn. Moyahoena Ogilvie Johnson ’86 Bloomfield, Conn. Jeffrey E. Kelter P’12, ’14 Locust Valley, N.Y. George C. Kokulis P’07, ’12 Simsbury, Conn.

John A. Cosentino Jr. P’00 Simsbury, Conn.

Seonyong Lee P’08, ’09, ’13 Seoul, Korea

John H. Davis P’05 Emeritus Longmeadow, Mass.

Andrew D. McCullough Jr. ’87 Houston, Texas

Lori P. Durham P’13, ’15 Denver, Colo. William C. Egan III ’64, P’92, ’95, ’00, ’02 Emeritus Skillman, N.J. Colin S. Flinn ’82 Sanibel, Fla.

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David H. Hovey Jr. ’78, P’09, ’11, ’14 Ex officio Simsbury, Conn.

S. Bradley Mell P’14 Far Hills, N.J. Charles B. Milliken P’77 Emeritus Bloomfield, Conn. T. Treadway Mink Jr. ’77, P’11 Chairman of the Board New Canaan, Conn.

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J. Pierce O’Neil ’76, P’10, ’12 Rowayton, Conn. William V.N. Philip P’06, ’09 Headmaster Ex officio Simsbury, Conn. C. Bradford Raymond ’85 New York, N.Y. Allan A. Ryan IV ’78, P’06, ’07, ’12 Palm Beach, Fla. John B. Ryan ’93 Ex officio Rye, N.Y. John Sherwin Jr. ’57, P’83, ’89 Emeritus Waite Hill, Ohio Samuel Thorne ’46, P’74, ’76 Emeritus Bedford, Mass. Gregory F. Ugalde P’05, ’07, ’10, ’12 Burlington, Conn. Armistead C.G. Webster Ph.D. Hartford, Conn. Sara L. Whiteley ’91 West Chatham, Mass. Hilary Neumann Zeller ’88 Weston, Mass.

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Leading with Grit & Grace Hunter R. Kellogg ’86

Damali Slowe ’06 TH E N Black & Gold The Westminster News Yearbook Chorale Camerata Football, Lacrosse Dramat NOW Lieutenant Colonel, United States Marine Corps F/A-18 Pilot Faculty member at U.S. Naval War College Single-mission Air Medal with Combat “V” for actions in Kosovo Defense Meritorious Service Medal for leadership in Afghanistan Son, Duncan, Westminster Class of 2015 Father, Peter ’59 Uncle, Chuck ’49 Cousin, Andrew Skipp ‘07

T H EN Chorale Serving Our Neighbors Multicultural Student Union Library TAG Team Cross Country, Swimming, Track LeBlond Award AP Scholar with Distinction Headmaster’s Award Timken Scholarship Columbia University ‘10 NOW Admissions Coordinator, Prep for Prep New York, NY

Richard Smith ’79 T H EN President, John Hay Society The Vestry Head, Student Admissions Committee Football, Swimming, Lacrosse The Westminster News Choir Volunteer Student Training Keyes Bowl Tulane University ’83

Michele Hatchette ’05 TH E N Head prefect, first African-American Class president (3 years) Soccer, Swimming (captain), Track Head, Black and Gold Co-president, Dramat Vice President, John Hay Society Multicultural Student Union Diversity Committee Butler Bowl and Keyes Bowl Head Masters Award Tishman Scholarship Pitzer College ’09 Manhattan Country School’s “Living the Dream” Mentorship Award Fulbright Fellowship Manhattan Country School Alumni Advisory Board Member

NOW Managing Director, Citibank, Moscow, Russia Westminster Class Agent Daughter, Maxine, Westminster Class of 2014

Franklin Morton ’73, P’05

NOW Co-Founder and Chair of Harlem Seeds, Inc. Westminster Class Agent

Mary Peck ’90 TH E N President, Chorale Chamber Choir Field Hockey, Track Art prize Yale University ’94 Former Westminster Class Agent Reunion Chair 5th and 20th Former President, Westminster Alumni Association NOW President, Mary Peck Art Advisory, LLC Denver, Colorado

THEN

NOW

First Lacrosse, Skiing, Thirds Football coach John Hay Society Student Tutoring Ecology Club Outing Club Current Affairs Club Middlebury College ‘77 Darden School of Business, University of Virginia ‘82 MBA Former President, Westminster Alumni Association

Retired, Senior Vice-President, Director of Research, Ariel Investments Council President’s Award, BSA Board member, Golden Apple Foundation Trustee, Diocesan Foundation Trustee, Northfield, Ill., Police Pension Board Board member, Credo Capital Management, LLC


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