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LampPosta publication of The Lamplighter School | Dallas, Texas

Fall 2012

Land Celebration, page 8.

• ALSO INSIDE: READ ALL ABOUT WHAT YOUR FRIENDS ARE UP TO IN “ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT.” PAGE 15.

Report of Annual Giving 2011-2012

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Lamp Post

Managing EditorEdward Ritenour, Director of Communications & Marketing

Art/DesignAna Bohanan, Communications | Design Coordinator

ContributorsSandy Diamond, Sheila Stewart, Michelle Prengle, Karen Allen and Jacquelyn Wilcox

Mission StatementDedicated to igniting the potential of each child, Lamplighter engages children in the joy of learning through intellectual discovery in a creative, inclusive, and collaborative environment.

Diversity StatementDiversity will strengthen the education of Lamplighter children and enrich the lives of all members of the Lamplighter community. Lamplighter will, therefore, strive for the lamps that we light to reflect the ever-changing community in which we reside. We value individuality and encourage all children to reach their potential, while respecting their similarities and differences. We are united in purpose and committed to working together to accomplish the mission of The Lamplighter School.

If you are interested in becoming a member of Lamplighter’s Diversity Work Group, please contact Matt Brenner, Director of Admission and Community Services, at 214.369.9201. The group meets several times throughout the school year to support the school’s diversity efforts.

Non-Discrimination StatementIn compliance with federal and state laws, The Lamplighter School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, national or ethnic origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or disability in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid program, athletic and other school-administered programs, or the employment of staff.

Contact UsSend story ideas to Edward Ritenour ([email protected]). Deadline for articles, photographs, and news for the next issue (Spring 2013) is February 1, 2013.

Fall 2012BulletinBoard

November 2012

3 Auction Social: Around the World Party12 Dolores Evans Speaker Series: Wendy Mogel19-23 Thanksgiving Break29 Media Center Open House

December

20 All School Program21 Winter Break Begins

January 2013

7 Classes Resume12 Auction Social: Snow Day 21 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (Holiday)22 No Early Childhood Classes (Pre-K and K)30 Dolores Evans Speaker Series: Bill Nye

February

9 LPA Auction14-15 Parent Conferences, No School18 Presidents’ Day (Holiday)

March

8 Auction Social: Dads’ Poker Night14 International Night25 Spring Break Begins

April

1 School Holiday2 Classes Resume5 Auction Social: FORTY FIVE TEN19 Grandest Friends’ Day20-21 Community/Green Team: Earth Day at Fair Park26 School Holiday/Faculty Staff Day

May

10 Muffins With Moms17 Senior Opera18 Young Alumni Car Wash20 Spirit Day – Senior Graduation Hootenanny21 Senior Carpool Parade and Party22 Last Day of School23-24 Parent Conferences, No School

Note: All dates are subject to change. Please log on to www.thelamplighterschool.org to view the most updated school calendar.

Calendar of Events

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Head Lines 4

On Board 5

Cover Story 8

Campus News 10

Alumni Spotlight 15

Focus 16

Annual Report 21

Departments

Cover Story Community gathers to

commemorate purchase ofland from Hockaday with

Jimmy LaFave concert.

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The opening of this school year has been truly joyful. Students, faculty, and staff have settled into that familiar hum of school life. I am pleased to report that after a year of study and reflection, the Strategic Initiatives Committee of the Board of Trustees has completed a comprehensive document titled, “Lighting Our Path…Strategic and Academic Plans for The Lamplighter School.”

The plans with which you will become familiar could not have been developed without a strong school culture where input from the community is expected and encouraged. The Lamplighter community includes all of us: Board members, parents, grandparents, alums, past parents, faculty, and staff. I am eager to share details of the new opportunities at upcoming breakfast meetings.

Over the past year at Lamplighter, I have observed and felt a strong and positive school culture. This allows every member of the community to feel part of something big, and yes, something very important: that is, the education of our students. The care that is taken in the development of curriculum ensures that the proper amount of emphasis is placed upon both core and special subjects. The social/emotional curriculum is also given equal emphasis. The culture of our school values a close-knit community and Lamplighter pulls you in from the very beginning! Many friendships begin when students are in the Early Childhood program and become lifelong. We hear from alums that this supportive culture that is emblematic of Lamplighter sustains them for years. In many schools, the culture may appear too ubiquitous to define clearly, too pervasive to grasp fully and too complex to evaluate, but the culture of Lamplighter School is the heart of the experience for each student.

A school’s culture is largely defined by its priorities. This includes the traditions, what and how the school celebrates, and what is accepted by the majority as the norm. All too often, school culture is left to develop on its own. At Lamplighter, it is obvious that every member of the community both past and present has purposefully crafted, influenced, and improved upon aspects of the culture. Our school, at almost 60 years old, is perfectly poised for the next step.

Wishing you a wonderful fall season!

Joan Buchanan Hill, Ed.D. Head of School

Dear Lamplighter Community,

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Dear Lamplighter Community,

So many great things have been going on around campus and in town with regards to Lamplighter.

First and foremost, our dynamic Head of School Joan Hill begins her second year at the helm. Between moving to a new city and becoming the head of Lamplighter, Joan also found time to complete her Ed.D degree at the University of Pennsylvania. Please congratulate Dr. Hill on this awesome accomplishment if you haven’t already. Under Joan’s leadership, the school is positioned for a great year. Some of you have been to our grade level science

nights already, an amazing benefit of our partnership with the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. Another benefit will be our joint lecture held at the museum by Bill Nye the Science Guy on January 30.

Joan continues to forge meaningful connections within the Dallas educational community and the community at large, and Lamplighter will be the primary beneficiary of her initiatives. One such example I hope many of you got to enjoy is the Arboretum, where we had a picnic in September during the remarkable Chihuly exhibit.

On campus, we are humbled and elated to have completed the fundraising for our permanent home at 11611 Inwood Road. This milestone has been a long time in the making and sincere thanks go to all of you who helped make this purchase possible. Very special thanks go out to our student and young alumni donors who put their hard-earned allowance and car wash money into the Land Fund. We hope many of you got to attend the special Hootenanny to celebrate the land given by noted musician Jimmy LaFave in September.

As homeowners the Board of Trustees was able to start serious planning for our

next few years on campus. In January, we started the strategic planning process led by Board of Trustees Vice-Chair Catherine Rose. Catherine has done an amazing job shepherding myriad constituencies through this exhaustive process. The end result will be a road map for our future that will be rolled out by Joan and her team in the coming weeks and months. Many of you helped provide input for this process and we are really excited for you to see our finished product.

In the winter and spring, Lamplighter will begin the onsite portion of its reaccreditation by ISAS, the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest. There has already been a lot of work done on the reporting requirements, and we hope to pass our review with flying colors this spring.

We have an amazing group of children, assisted ably by an involved, nurturing faculty and a tremendous, supportive parent community. From our precious little rookies in pre-K, to our Spectacular Seniors, let us all have a great year filled with learning and laughter. And please, buy more eggs! Best regards,

Alex Nila K. SharmaBoard Chair

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We are very excited to start

this school year with a bang.

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Cover Story, page 12.

• ALSO INSIDE: READ ALL ABOUT WHAT YOUR FRIENDS ARE UP TO IN “ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT.” PAGE 14.

Lighting Our PathA special issue of Lamppost will be published later this fall and will include the recently board-approved Lamplighter 2012-2017 Strategic Plan, “Lighting Our Path.”

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Jon Morgan ’82Jonathan Morgan is the Founder and President of Dallas-

based Perry Street Communications, a communications

and public relations consulting firm. Jon previously

worked at Kekst and Company in New York, one of the

world’s leading communications firms, and served as

Director of Research for MSD Capital, also in New York.

A Dallas native (and Lamplighter graduate), Jon holds

a B.A. in American Studies from Wesleyan University

(CT) and a J.D. from George Washington University in

Washington, D.C. Jon is married to Elizabeth Seabury, an

attorney, with whom he has two boys – Henry and Oliver

(both current Lamplighter students). Jon also has three

sisters (Ashley, Margaret, and Juliet) who also are proud

Lamplighter graduates.

Justin Small ’83Justin Small grew up in Dallas and attended Lamplighter

for two years. Justin and his wife Nicole have two girls:

Julia, who will be in first grade at Lamplighter next year,

and Sadie, who will be entering Lamplighter in the pre-K 3

program. Justin graduated from Ithaca College in 1995. He

worked at the Weitzman Group until 1997 then started

J. Small Investments, a commercial real estate investment

company, in October 1997.

Kyle Ford ’74Kyle Ford is a native of Dallas and graduated from

Lamplighter in 1974 and now serves as president of

Lamplighter’s Alumni Association. He attended Highland

Park High School and graduated from SMU with a degree

in broadcast journalism. Kyle worked in his family’s coin-

operated laundry business until it was sold in 1997. Kyle

then owned and operated Wind River Ranch in Estes Park,

Colorado, as a Christian family guest ranch from 1997-

2007. He is currently involved with two companies bringing

lithium ion battery technology to various markets. Kyle

and his wife Carrie have four children; the youngest having

graduated from Lamplighter in 2011.

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Stephanie Bassman Stephanie and her husband Paul have two children who

attend Lamplighter. Blake is in second grade and Blair is in

pre-K. Prior to her role as LPA President, Stephanie was

the Spirit Store co-chair for two years. Stephanie previously

worked for Centex and Kaye/Bassman International in

operational roles. She graduated from the University of

Texas at Austin in 1995.

Heather GilkerHeather is vice president of business development for

Fidelity Family Office Services (FFOS), in charge of the

Southwest region. Heather received her undergraduate

degree from SMU. She is a member of the Governance

Board of the Dallas Museum of Nature and Science,

where she chairs the Investment Committee and serves on

the Finance Committee. Heather and her husband Chris

are the parents of Grace, a Lamplighter alum who is in

tenth grade at Hockaday, and Spence and Grant, fourth

graders. Heather is very happy with the way Lamplighter

has changed and grown over the years while maintaining its

cherished traditions.

Rick LearRick Lear and his wife Laura have four boys (6, 4, 2

and one month). The three oldest boys have been at

Lamplighter since the day they became eligible, and Rick

and Laura are active in the Lamplighter community.

In addition, Rick has served on the board of Oak Hill

Academy in Dallas for the past six years and is currently

the chair of the finance committee.

Rick is a partner at Sloan Wealth Management and has

worked in portfolio management for the past 16 years.

Prior to his current post at Sloan, he was with Neuberger

Berman in Dallas.

A graduate of SMU and the Securities Industry Institute

at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania,

Rick began his career as a senior analyst with Sanford C.

Bernstein & Co. in New York, Los Angeles, and Dallas.

Rick also served as a portfolio manager for U.S. Trust in

New York on a team responsible for a multibillion-dollar

quantitative equity investment strategy.

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Lamplighter Celebrates Success of the Campaign for the Future

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Lamplighter Celebrates Success of the

On a Friday afternoon in late September, students, faculty, staff, and members of the community gathered in the well of the auditorium for a sing-a-long. Special guest, Texas folk musician and songwriter, Jimmy LaFave, led the community in a memorable sing-a-long. Better known as Hootenannies, sing-a-longs are a long standing tradition at Lamplighter. The school’s founders, Natalie Murray and Sandy Swain, believed that children should come together and sing - especially for celebrations!

Mr. LaFave, a long time friend of parent and trustee Kelcy Warren, accepted the invitation to lead the concert sing-a-long. After being introduced by Dr. Hill, he warmed up his young audience with a Woody Guthrie classic children’s song,

“Put Your Finger in the Air” and followed with tunes such as “Deep in the Heart of Texas,” and “This Land is Your Land”.

The Hootenanny concluded with a special offering to Mr. LaFave from the children when they stood and sang “Lamplighter Spirit” to him. Dr. Hill thanked Mr. LaFave and all those in attendance for joining together in song and commemorating a significant moment in Lamplighter’s history. The celebration culminated in an extra recess for the children on the best playground in Dallas.

We are grateful to all the families and individuals who made the purchase of our home a reality.

The acquisition of land from The Hockaday School provides a permanent home for Lamplighter and reaching the 12.5 million dollar fundraising goal offered an opportunity for celebration.

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Grandest Friends’ Day2012International Night

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CampusNewsSecond Grade Is the Buzz of

the DMA Art BallArtwork created by Lamplighter second grade students was displayed in April at the Dallas Museum of Art as part of the Young Artists Program. Each year, the DMA hosts the Art Ball, an annual auction, and student artwork from area schools is displayed before and during this event. This year, the theme was Wanderlust created by New York-based designer Douglas Little, whose vision was to build a “dreamy, fantasy-filled environment” with invented creatures and insects created by students.

The DMA presented Wanderlust: Art Ball 2012 on April 14. According to the museum, wanderlust is defined as the “intense desire to roam the world, and so many of the magnificent works of art in the DMA’s collection are inspired by

travel and exploration.” To assist in bringing the wanderlust theme to fruition, internationally renowned designer and “fragrance master” Douglas Little served as the Art Ball 2012 Art Director. Area schools, both private and public, are selected each

year to participate in this grand event. Lamplighter has been selected several times in years past.

Lamplighter second graders were a natural choice to participate in this incredible opportunity because of the integrated curriculum on insects at the school this time of year, according to art teacher Pam O’Krent. The students created fantasy insects made with papier-mache, “each unique in its design, use of materials, and colors,” she described.

Douglas transformed the museum space into an imaginary environment into where all the fantasy creatures and insects were integrated. “I couldn’t wait to see what he did!” exclaimed O’Krent. A reception for the young artists and their families was held April 5, the first day of the exhibit. The School was “proud to highlight our exceptional student artwork in a world-class venue” observed Lamplighter Head of School Joan Hill.

Boy Scouts Creek Clean Up

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Science Teacher Bill Burton

“Inspiration can be found anywhere, without

warning,” says Bill Burton when asked about the

project-based activities he has designed. Burton

inspires enthusiasm in his students with his

inventive projects but he also inspires children

outside the Lamplighter community. His

activity on “Camouflage Critters” was published

in Highlights magazine in September and another

of the activities he invented, “Experiencing

Friction in First Grade,” was published in Science

and Child magazine in October.

When Lamplighter first graders participated

in the activity on friction, they came to class to

find a few hundred tennis balls on the floor.

Burton stood nearby, with a Vernier lab probe,

measuring and graphing the force exerted

as his students pulled themselves across

the floor on top of the tennis balls. During

this exercise, students learned not only how

friction affects the amount of force needed,

but also how to interpret graphs. The students’

joyful faces attested to their excitement, but

it was clear that Burton was as excited about

the activity as his students. “I try to invent

activities that I would like to have done when

I was in science class,” he says enthusiastically.

When a teacher is creative and inquisitive, his

excitement is contagious.

Sarah Mathews, Pre-Kindergarten Teacher“Start singing tomorrow,” writes Sarah Mathews in her article, “Singing Smoothes Classroom Transitions,” published in Dimensions in Early Childhood magazine (Volume 40, Number 1, 2012). Lamplighter’s pre-K teacher models the love of learning that Lamplighter instills in its students. In addition to her article on singing in the classroom, Mathews has co-authored two additional articles. In her classroom, she encourages her students to try new things and take risks, helping them to build their confidence. “I really enjoy working with young children,” says Mathews about teaching pre-K, “because I love the dramatic growth you can see in them over the course of the year.”

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Mattingly Dream MakersPatricia Vermillion, Lamplighter’s Media Center coordinator, says she was honored to be this past year’s Mattingly Award recipient. Her dream was to travel to Florence, Italy, and participate in the Creativity Workshop. “I would like to thank the Mattingly committee, and especially Pat Mattingly, for the opportunity to fulfill my dream,” she said.

The workshop consisted of 30 participants from all over the world, guided through the creative process by two instructors.

The group was shown techniques for overcoming writer’s block, gaining self-confidence in their ideas, using memories to engage imagination, and working with different mediums to develop their creativity.

“As a group, we discovered how to use our creativity for a lifetime of learning, giving ourselves the time, permission, and nourishment to do

the creative projects we love, and establishing a 15-minutes-a-day creativity practice to accomplish these goals,” Vermillion explained. “The techniques suggested were automatic drawing, automatic writing, storytelling, visualization and relaxation, and exercise.”

One class assignment was to photograph and sketch the beautiful doors throughout Florence. She described how the group was sent to cafés to pick out a victim and then “sketch and write about the victim.” Then as a group, she said they shared “cappuccinos, gelato, tortellini, and pastry. Arrivederci!”

Clang, clang, clang went the trolley!

New Play Houses Arrive

Faculty FeaturedCampusNews

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CampusNewsLamplighter Celebrates Back to Schooly With ChihulyHundreds from Lamplighter community enjoy back-to-school picnic at Dallas Arboretum.

The Lamplighter community came together on a beautiful September Sunday afternoon at the Dallas Arboretum for a day of Chihuly and cheer. “Community is defined by the renowned philosopher of modern educational theory, John Dewey, as not just a place to live, but an active way to live together. The Lamplighter community certainly demonstrated this yet again,” said Head of School Dr. Joan Hill.

The families feasted on picnics, visited with teachers, and were thrilled to explore the Chihuly exhibit! Enhanced by the cooler temperatures, it was a glorious day for Lamplighters as they celebrated going back to school.

It was also Grandparents Day at the Arboretum, so many folks brought their extended families along to enjoy the day. The turnout was strong with more than 300 in attendance. The families explored the amazing exhibit, relaxed on blankets, dug into their picnic baskets, and feasted on food and drinks.

As noted on the Arboretum website, “The intriguing garden sculptures of legendary glass artist Dale Chihuly premiered May 5 to the delight of all ages at the award-winning Dallas Arboretum. His dramatic sculptures and installations bring bold colors and imagination, beautifully executed throughout the 66-acre garden.”

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The Lamplighter School community has donated nearly 2500 pairs of shoes for Soles4Souls, a non-profit organization that collects new and used shoes to give relief to victims of abject suffering and poverty around the world. Students beamed with pride as they tossed their shoes into donation boxes – Nikes, Stride Rites, cowboy boots, and even Mom’s stilettos! Of course, the children had great fun going back to their classrooms barefoot.

The 2,473 pairs of shoes weighing 2100 pounds were collected and packed in 76 boxes. That means 2,473 people will have a new pair of shoes. Head of school Dr. Joan Hill, said “it could not have been possible without everyone’s help. Thanks to the community for reaching deep into your closets and even buying new shoes to help others.” According to Director of Operations Marynell Murphy who spearheaded the month-long effort, “The students had a great time finishing the boxing and loading the shoes on the truck…Way to go Lamplighter!”

The initiative continued through mid-September at which time students helped load the shoes onto trucks. “It was amazing to see the children’s faces as they donated their shoes and walked back to classrooms barefoot! But that way, they were able to feel empathy for those without shoes and pride in themselves for giving to others and providing a solution at the same time,” commented Lamplighter parent Nancy Buss.

By recycling your gently worn shoes with the charity, the discarded footwear will be given a second chance at life. The shoes are redistributed through

the charity’s international and domestic partners, so millions of children and adults can receive their very first pair of shoes.

“The Lamplighter School is committed to Soles4Souls and its endeavor to deliver shoes to over 300 million children around the world,” added Hill. “We kicked off our shoe drive the first week of school when students gathered for our first Hootenanny, an assembly where we celebrate with songs.”

Soles4Souls is ramping up efforts to help individuals in need this fall and is grateful to The Lamplighter School for getting on board to help those without shoes. Individuals can help by donating some of the 700 million pairs of shoes thrown away by Americans each year. “We have always been proud to say we do our part to keep footwear out of landfills, and hopefully put them on the feet of someone in need,” said Kevin Goughary, CEO of Soles4Souls. Goughary is hopeful other groups will join Lamplighter in this initiative “to collect gently worn footwear, and possibly improve the quality of someone’s daily life.”

Soles4Souls has distributed more than 19 million pairs of shoes around the world with the help of partners such as Lamplighter. With one in every four adults in the world living in extreme poverty, basic necessities like shoes are simply unavailable to many. In developing nations like Haiti, Honduras, and Tanzania, walking is the main form of transportation, and shoes can protect a person’s feet from cuts and infections. Also, children in other parts of the world cannot attend school without a pair of shoes.

Lamplighter Kicks Off Shoe Drive

School community puts best foot forward, donating nearly 2500 shoes to non-profit Soles4Souls.

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Lamplighter Spreads Its Wings at Earth Day Dallas

Young Alums Car Wash Cleans Up

Motivated young alums raise funds benefitting “The Campaign for the Future”

Lamplighter’s Young Alumni Association sponsored its second annual car wash in May. Similar to last year’s inaugural fundraiser, the May 19 event successfully raised more than $7000 to apply to the School’s land fund. Lamplighter purchased our land from neighboring Hockaday School in 2010.

Alums Katie Payne and Maya Sawla, planned and organized the event and along with their team of alumni, met every month leading up to the big day. They strategized, lobbied sponsors, designed posters and banners, and collected towels, sponges, and all other necessary supplies in preparation.

Last year’s chair, Kate Mosle, believes the reason the car wash events have been so successful is because Lamplighter produces enthusiastic and hardworking alumni. “They are more than willing to come back to school to help out, and because of experience

with activities like Lamplighter Layers, [the School’s incorporated chicken-raising and egg-selling business], alumni are good at organizing and putting things together,” she explained.

Katie Kerrigan, Lamplighter Alum

and senior at ESD, said she enjoyed seeing alumni of all ages alongside current Lamplighter students “coming together to help and support Lamplighter.” She described how the project was “a great example of how strong our community is” and “it’s awesome to see everyone support the school they love.”

“I loved seeing those kids out there working hard and having fun to support a place that means so much to them,” agreed Lamplighter parent Jackie Katz. “I want my kids to know that they can always be involved and give back to a school that has given them so much.”

“The Happy Alright,” a band featuring Lamplighter alumni Quinn Breitfeller and Sterling Gavinski, played two sets for the entertainment of the crowd. The young alumni sold cookies, lemonade, water, and t-shirts. Pinkberry donated free frozen yogurt. Everyone who participated seemed to enjoy the afternoon as they listened to original music and enjoyed snacks while their cars were washed and shined. They proudly contributed to the School’s land purchase one rinse at a time.

The Lamplighter School participated in the annual Earth Day Dallas, a two-day educational celebration which drew tens of thousands of visitors to the State Fairgrounds in April. With live chickens in attendance, a live “feed” of chickens from the School’s barnyard, chicken-themed activities, and a student dressed as a chicken, Lamplighter truly spread its wings in an effort to promote its achievements as a green leader and to help educate attendees on how to be environmentally responsible.

The Lamplighter School, in its first appearance at the event, offered more than just chicken feed. The school’s booth, decorated with an arch of red and white balloons, featured banners with photos of students involved in a variety of “green” activities including composting and recycling. Visitors were greeted by a team of volunteers who gave out 1000 bags of green bean seeds. “We handed out hundreds of bean seeds – several said they were going to try growing them in pots!” commented Teacher Gayle McCoy. “I loved hearing visitors say what a great booth we provided!” she continued.

The highlight of the booth was of course the chickens. Lamplighter, founded in 1953 in a farmhouse on Churchill Way in north Dallas, true to its roots, features an actual barnyard on its campus today – complete with chickens and farm animals. Fourth grader Kirsten Kirk, president of Lamplighter Layers, the School’s chicken-raising and egg-selling corporation, dressed as a chicken both to proudly represent her school and to promote an environmentally conscious lifestyle. Throughout the day, she posed for photos with people, both young and old some from other schools. “They thought our booth was pretty cool,” she observed.

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Margaret Johanssen Hirsch ‘89“I believe that the very heart of the gift that Lamplighter gives its students is a lifelong love of learning. Lessons were brought to life when we sold eggs to parents in the carpool line, or watched as we created a flood in our clay version of the Nile River. I have grown up seeing school not as a requirement of childhood, but as a chance to satisfy my curiosity. I can’t imagine any greater motivation for learning.

Lamplighter is forging new partnerships with organizations such as the Perot Museum of Nature and Science as part of its constant quest to stimulate students’ innate curiosity and to make learning fun and exciting. Lamplighter’s dedication to this mission has remained steady in the two decades since I graduated, and I am sincerely impressed that the school has never stopped searching for new and innovative ways to fulfill that promise to its students. Such commitment is quite an accomplishment, and one that should be truly applauded.”

Family TiesThe Morgan/Johanssen Family

Throughout the years, The Lamplighter School has served families whose members have encompassed more than one generation, and have included various family ties. We are pleased to share the stories of a family who together have spent many wonderful years at Lamplighter.

In this issue, we recognize the invaluable contributions of the Morgan/Johanssen family with the following letters from three family members whose support of Lamplighter dates from 1982 to today. Six Morgan/Johanssen students have attended or are attending the school. Family members have served on a variety of school related committees, and Jon Morgan began his first term as a member of the Board of Trustees this year. The Lamplighter community extends its appreciation to the ongoing efforts of this wonderful family.

Michelle Morgan Lockhart

“I had always wanted to give the gift of Lamplighter to my children, as all my

siblings attended, and I was wildly envious of their cherished experiences.

In fact, we took our admission tour when our son Billy was still in a bouncy

seat, and I immediately felt comfortable and welcomed at the school.

What appeared to us as simply playing all day was actually a targeted and

dedicated curriculum that quietly advanced each year until it all culminated

in the fourth grade. Billy was having such a fabulous time that he didn’t

realize he was acquiring new skills, talents, and competencies.

Lamplighter will always be a special and cherished part of Billy’s life. It

instilled in him the paramount relationship between learning and fun. It is

this solid foundation of curiosity, creativity, and kindness that has prepared

him for his future and will make him adaptable to the inevitable hurdles

along the way. Thank you Lamplighter for lighting his lamp with the joy

of learning.”

AlumniSpotlight

Jon Morgan

“I graduated from Lamplighter in 1982 and from St. Mark’s School

of Texas in 1990. I felt fortunate to make the transition to the fifth

grade with a healthy dose of optimism and “can-do” spirit having been

encouraged every step of the way by nurturing and supportive teachers.

I specifically recall that I possessed the presence and self-awareness

to make this new school work for my skills and my personality. By

encouraging my individuality, Lamplighter allowed me to enter the

next phase of my education with a unique self-assuredness.

An important aspect of what I possess as a result of my Lamplighter

experiences is the skill of critical thinking. Even in my early years,

Lamplighter teachers were always encouraging a new angle, a

different approach, an alternative interpretation. I give Lamplighter credit for the gift of my 360-degree view of the world, and I will be forever grateful.

At Lamplighter, the proof is in the kids – courageous, confident, and (most importantly) happy. We are blessed as a family to be involved, and look forward to many more years of doing so.”

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Analisa Anastasi ’04 graduated from Parish Episcopal School and is attending Scripps College in Claremont, California. At Parish, Analisa was a member of the National Honor Society, the Spanish National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta Society, and received the Girl Scout Gold Award. Her recollections of Lamplighter include Lamplighter Layers.

Louis Andres ’04 fondly remembers the Carnival, the zip line, the playground, and the Halloween parade. Louis graduated from Greenhill, and now attends the University of Texas in Austin. Among his accumulated honors were: AP Scholar, Mu Alpha Theta Society, winner of the Spanish Exam Silver Medal, honors calculus, honors physics, honors algebra, and the English Book Award.

Katie Banks ’04 graduated from Ursuline High School and is now attending George Washington University in Washington, D.C. While at Ursuline, she was a member of the National Honor Society, she was on the Academic Dean’s List and achieved the Girl Scout Gold Award. Katie earned the National Spanish Exam Silver Award and was a varsity cheerleader for Cistercian Preparatory School.

Randall Barnes ’04 graduated from Episcopal School of Dallas and is a freshman at Baylor University. While at ESD, he received the Presidential Community Service Award. He was a member of the Allstate Jazz Band and Choir, and started the Chapel Band at ESD. Rand fondly remembers the Lamplighter animals.

Laura Bassel ’04 graduated from Highland Park High School and attends Texas A&M studying English and engineering. Laura was a member of the Tartan and the HPHS Literary Magazine Poetry Board. She was a member of the National Honor Society and received the Cornerstone Scholar Athlete Award.

Madeleine Beckham ’04 graduated from The Hockaday School and is currently attending UCLA. Madeleine was a member of the Environmental Club and a volunteer at the Trinity River Audubon Center of Dallas. Her memories of Lamplighter include sharing the vice president’s position in Lamplighter Layers with Josh Fontenot.

Brittany Blakey ’04 graduated from The Hockaday School where she was active in soccer, and was the JV soccer captain. Brittany’s memories of Lamplighter include the Hootenannies, Lamplighter Layers, and playing in the tunnel. Brittany is currently attending Texas Tech University.

Jacob Cavner ’04 graduated from St. Mark’s School of Texas and attends Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. While at St. Mark’s, Jacob was on the Honor Roll and received the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Crown Award for his work on the Remarker. He was a member of the varsity tennis team. His special Lamplighter memories include playing on the playground with his friends.

Taryn Dandurand ’04 graduated from Parish Episcopal School and currently attends the University of Texas at Austin. Taryn was on the community service board, the yearbook staff, Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society, varsity volleyball, High Honor Roll, and was an Operation Kindness volunteer. Taryn’s memories of Lamplighter were raising chickens and the Hootenannies.

Cole Evans ’04 graduated summa cum laude from Jesuit High School and is currently enrolled in Trinity University in San Antonio. Cole was awarded the President’s Scholarship by the admissions department at Trinity. He earned an Award of Excellence in AP Calculus, AP Spanish, AP Economics, and AP U.S. History.

Joshua Fontenot ’04 graduated from Cistercian and is currently attending Georgetown University. Josh was a National Merit Finalist, a member of the Cum Laude Society, an AP Scholar with distinction, and was on the Head Master’s Honor Roll all four years of high school. Josh was active in varsity swimming and cross country. Fond memories are the senior opera and Lamplighter Layers.

Alexandra (Coco) Freling ’04 graduated from Hockaday and is currently attending Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California. Coco completed her 15th year of classical ballet training and enjoys community service work. Her memories of Lamplighter include Lamplighter Layers, Ms. Ritz teaching the class “Lamplighter Spirit” in sign language, and Tiger, the cat.

Richard Freling ’04 graduated from St. Mark’s School of Texas and is currently attending Princeton University. At St. Mark’s, Richard was engaged in community service, student council, and soccer. His memories of Lamplighter include Lamplighter Layers and working with Microworlds.

James Graass ’04 graduated from Jesuit High School where he played for the varsity hockey team that eventually became the national champions. James was also engaged in community service and volunteered weekly at the Brady Center. He is currently enrolled at TCU.

Heidi Hall ’04 graduated from ESD and studies at Arizona State University. While at ESD, she participated in varsity cheerleading and varsity dance. She was captain of the varsity softball team, and received the ESD Eagle Award, which is the highest sports award offered for a senior student. In addition, Heidi was co-president of the Science Club.

Remy Klamer ’04 graduated from ESD and is currently at TCU. At ESD, Remy was a member of the National Honors Society and Mu Alpha Theta. In addition, she was a member of the French Honors Society and the French Club. Remy played varsity soccer, was captain for the 2011-2012 season, and received the all-SPC award. Remy also participated in varsity lacrosse.

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Andrew Kleiman ’04 graduated from St. Mark’s School of Texas where he was life editor of the yearbook, a member of YMSL and varsity crew. Andrew’s memories of Lamplighter are Lamplighter Layers and feeding the animals.

William Kraus ’04 graduated from Greenhill School and was accepted by NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts – The Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music. Will’s special memories of Lamplighter are the tunnel, the barn, animals, and Lamplighter Layers.

Kate Mosle’04 graduated from The Hockaday School and is currently a student at Stanford University. While at Hockaday, Kate was a National Merit Finalist, participated in field hockey, lacrosse, the Hockaday musicals, choir, and was a member of the National Charity League. Kate’s memories of Lamplighter include the Senior Opera and Lamplighter Layers.

Jackson Olesky ’04 graduated from Parish Episcopal School where he was the senior class vice president. Jackson was a member of the National Honor Society and the varsity baseball team. He recalls the barn animals and the Lamplighter Carnival.

Michael Payne ’04 graduated from the Episcopal School of Dallas and attends Chapman University in Orange County, California. At ESD, Michael received the Presidential Volunteer Service Award, and was a member of the JV and varsity lacrosse teams. Michael recalls playing basketball with Mr. B., Carnival, and Hootenannies.

Cameron Pipes ’04 graduated from Parish Episcopal School and is currently enrolled at Texas A&M University. While at Parish, Cameron earned High Honor Roll status, was a member of Mu Alpha Theta,

and the National Honor Society. He was a member of the Robotics Club, Latin Club, and Astra Community Service Organization. He has fond memories of Mrs. Beddow’s Oreo lessons and the Carnival.

Karina Rambeau ’04 graduated from The Greenhill School and is currently enrolled at Texas A&M University. Karina still remembers Mrs. Beddow’s math songs. Karina earned Honor Roll and High Honor Roll throughout high school and received an Outstanding Accomplishment Award in history and English her sophomore year. Karina was a member of Mu Alpha Theta. She was a Greenhill Varsity Athlete ninth through twelfth grade.

Mason Reiter ’04 graduated from Parish Episcopal School and is currently attending Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Mason’s best memories of Lamplighter are Mrs. Ritz and Motor Skills and playing football on the playground.

Tucker Rice’04 graduated from Jesuit College Prep and attends The University of Oklahoma. While at Jesuit, Tucker was on the honor roll all four years, was freshman football defensive MVP and was varsity football team captain. Tucker’s memories of Lamplighter are riding the bikes and selling eggs.

Rhea Sawla ’04 graduated from The Hockaday School and is attending Elon University in North Carolina this fall. Rhea was awarded the Aker Memorial Award in English and was on the commended list throughout her junior year. She was a finalist in the Goss Michael Foundation Photography Contest. Rhea played Junior Varsity and Varsity soccer as well as select club soccer. Rhea took college credit courses at SMU, attended The Duke University Marine Laboratory, and participated in the Oxbridge Academic Program at Cambridge University in England.

Reid Weisberg ’04 attended St. Mark’s School of Texas and is presently studying at the University of Virginia. Reid earned high honors his freshman and sophomore years at St. Marks and was a member of the National Spanish Honor Society. Reid was a National Spanish Exam Medalist three of his four years at St. Mark’s, and was a National Merit Finalist. Reid was a member of the St. Mark’s

swim team and The St. Mark’s water polo team. Reid’s recalls getting his Lamplighter Senior jacket.

Emily Wisner ’04 is a graduate of Ursuline Academy and is attending the University of Texas, Austin. Emily received the Girl Scout Gold Award, and was on the Dean’s list and honor roll. She earned the Dean of Students Conduct Award all four years of high school. Emily was co-founder and Vice President of Ursuline Students Supporting Scholarships Club, she was a Plano Symphony Orchestra Debutante, and a member of many community service organizations. Emily’s recollections of Lamplighter include Hootenannies, the zip line, the Halloween Parade, and the All School Program.

Robert Woodward ’04 graduated from Parish Episcopal School and is currently attending Davidson College. While attending Parish, he was president of the honor council, a member of Mu Alpha Theta, the National Honors Society, and the Latin Honors Society. He received the Community of Excellence Award, the Harvard Book Award, the Rhodes College Book Award, and the Upper School Language Award. Robert’s Lamplighter memories include PE, the hill, and the senior opera.

Samuel Yonack ’04 graduated from St. Mark’s School of Texas and now attends the University of Texas at Austin. Sam earned honorable mention for a short feature from The Dallas Morning News, was on the Remarker staff for four years and news editor his senior year. Sam served on the Ronald McDonald House Teen Board, was invited to participate in a leadership forum at SMU, and attended a journalism conference at Columbia University. Sam has fond memories of the Lamplighter Carnival, the senior opera, his teachers, and Dwayne.

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Meika Bass ’08 graduated from Good Shepherd Episcopal School and attends ESD. She was highly involved in volleyball and track at Good Shepard and volunteered at the Dallas Science Museum. Meika recalls the Lamplighter Senior Opera, performing in Annie, spending time in the wells, and all her friends.

Shelby Brand ’08 attends the Shelton School where she was a middle school cheerleader. She played basketball, was a member of the Student Council, and has received the Leadership Award, Loyalty Award, the Thank You Award and a perfect attendance award. Her special Lamplighter memories are listening to Narnia in the well.

Trent Hagar ’08 continues his educational journey at ESD. He is particularly interested in baseball, crew, and guitar.

Meredith Hessel ’08 entered ninth grade at ESD this fall. She was a member of the student council all four years of middle school including head representative. She received the Rebecca Royal award, the outstanding student award, and art award. She earned first place in her Texas Holocaust Museum entry. Meredith recalls Lamplighter’s close-knit community, and feeling that everyone was a part of a family. Meredith says being a Lamplighter senior was an unforgettable experience.

Jake Inman ’08 attended Parish Episcopal School, and the Instituto Tepeyae in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. He earned the starring role in the all-school play Guys ‘n Dolls at Parish, and played soccer in Playa del Carmen. Jake’s special memories of Lamplighter are Pioneer Days, the Hootenannies, and caring for the chickens.

David Kerrigan ’08 attends high school at ESD.

Jonathan King ’08 continues his studies at ESD where he particularly enjoys playing football, basketball, and baseball. He fondly recalls playing soccer and flag football at Lamplighter and having a great time in motor skills.

Ben Krakow ’08 attended Greenhill middle school, and continues his high school studies there. His particular interests are running cross country and working on the school newspaper, The Evergreen. Ben’s memories of Lamplighter include the fourth grade opera, going to the Carnival, and decorating the seniors cars at graduation.

Sally Levine ’08 graduated from Lakehill Preparatory School and attends Parish Episcopal High School. At Lakehill Sally was on the volleyball team, played tennis, and was a member of the National Junior Honor Society.

Parker Levy ’08 graduated from Preston Hollow Presbyterian School and attends ESD. While at Presbyterian, he was on the basketball team, YSML, and received honor awards in sculpture and theater.

Sadie Lidji ’08 continues her educational journey at The Hockaday School. While in middle school, Sadie earned the school poetry award, was active in track and field, and her entry was selected for the Dallas Film Festival. Sadie fondly remembers Lamplighter Layers, the Into the Night party, the flag project, and taking care of the silkworms.

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Parker Ackerman – Texas A & M UniversityLauren Allday – SMUAnalisa Anastasi – Scripps UniversityLouis Andres – University of TexasKatherine Banks – George Washington UniversityRandall Barnes – Baylor UniversityLaura Bassel – Texas A & M UniversityMadeleine Beckham – UCLABrittany Blakey – Texas Tech UniversityCarter Brasch – University of DenverJacob Cavner – Washington UniversityHunter Crow – TCUTaryn Dandurand – University of TexasReed Eiseman – University of RichmondCole Evans – Trinity UniversityJoshua Fontenot – Georgetown UniversityHaley Freeman – University of VirginiaCoco Freling – Loyola Marymount UniversityRichard Freling – Princeton UniversityJames Graass – TCUHeidi Hall – Arizona State UniversityKatherine Hitt – UndecidedRemy Klamer – TCUAndrew Kleiman – University of TexasWilliam Kraus – NYULynch Lancaster – University of ArkansasAustin Magnuson – High School Class of 2014Conner Maloney – Gap year in AfricaRosemary Miller – SMUKate Mosle – Stanford UniversityJackson Olesky – Indiana UniversityWolf Ozarow – Oklahoma City UniversityLydia Elizabeth Hanson Orr – Mount Holyoke CollegeMichael Payne – Chapman UniversityCameron Pipes – Texas A & M UniversityWilton Porter – Vanderbilt University 2013Karina Rambeau – Texas A & M UniversityMason Reiter – Indiana UniversityAlexis Richter – University of TexasTucker Rice – University of OklahomaLaura Roberts – Duke UniversityTripp Russ – University of RichmondRhea Sawla – Elon UniversityBrooke Shelton – Duke UniversityDuncan Smart – University of TexasMarshall Stone – Vanderbilt UniversityReid Weisberg – University of VirginiaEmily Wisner – University of TexasHaley Woodberry – Dartmouth CollegeRobert Woodward – Davidson UniversitySam Yonack – University of Texas

Class of 2004 CollegesWhere They Are Headed

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Thomas Mattingly ’08 is a freshman at St. Mark’s School of Texas.

Sydney May ’08 graduated from Parish Episcopal School and attends Booker T. Washington Arts Magnet School. Her special focus while at Parish was dance. Her memories of Lamplighter include her teachers and friends, art class, senior week, the senior parade, and Lamplighter Layers.

Michael Mosle ’08 co ntinues his educational journey at St. Mark’s School of Texas where he is a freshman. His special memories of Lamplighter are raising the chicks in third grade and working for Lamplighter Layers in fourth grade.

Kathleen Neuhoff ’08 graduated from Hockaday Middle School and will continue at The Hockaday School. Her special memories of Lamplighter are feeding the chickens, Spanish class, the Carnival, and listening to Narnia in the well.

Megan Olschwanger ’08 attended middle school at The Greenhill School and continues there for high school. She particularly enjoys playing volleyball, helping out with Bea’s Kids, supporting the Da Vinci School, and playing lacrosse.

Hayden Phillips ’08 continues his educational journey at Parish Episcopal School.

Ryan Pollack ’08 attends high school at The Greenhill School where he also attended middle school. His memories of Lamplighter include the Lamplighter Layers, the senior parade, and the barn.

Ward Rushton ’08 continues at St. Mark’s School of Texas. His memories of Lamplighter are listening to Narnia in the well, and Mr. B’s egg drop experiments.

Ryan Sklar ’08 will continue his studies at Parish Episcopal School where he is engaged in tennis, cross country, track, and basketball. Ryan was in honors math and has received numerous math awards.

Philip Smart ’08 continues his education at St. Mark’s School of Texas where he played football, basketball, and baseball. Philip was also a member of the Young Men’s Service League. His special recollection of Lamplighter is working with the chickens.

Ian Stewart ’08 continues at Cistercian Preparatory School for high school.

Electra Thomas ’08 attends The Hockaday School.

Gordon Webb ’08 graduated from Good Shepherd Episcopal School, and will attend high school at Jesuit College Preparatory School. At Good Shepherd, Gordon received the Head of School Award for outstanding achievement in academics, athletics and citizenship, including the academic achievement award for math at eighth grade graduation. He participated in football, basketball, and baseball and earned his first-degree brown belt in karate.

Caroline Wilson ’08 graduated from Parish Episcopal Middle School and attends high school at ESD. She was active in the science museum, Hunger Busters, cheerleading, volleyball, track, soccer, and was on the honor roll. Her recollections of Lamplighter include the Teddy Bear Hunt, the Austin trip, the pigs in the barnyard, and playing soccer at recess.

Emily Wilson ’08 graduated from Parish Episcopal School and continues her educational career at ESD. She was on the honor roll, played soccer, was involved in Hunger Busters and the Science and Nature museum. Her memories of Lamplighter include the Austin trip, reading in the wells, and the Hootnannies.

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Focus2008Lamplighter ClassAgents

2012 -2013

1968 – Beth Unis1969 – Carolyn Bettis Berry1971 – Helen Butler1974 – Kyle Ford1975 – Eugenia King1976 – Max Swango1977 – Margaret Solomon1977 – Bradley Miller1978 – Adam Leventhal1979 – Greg Marquess1980 – Shannon Morse1981 – Giggy Loeb1982 – Royce Poinsett1983 – Elizabeth Dodge1984 – Ashley Geller1985 – Aimee Whitaker1986 – Jeff Kitner1987 – Sarah Stockton1989 – Courtney Johnson1990 – Flauren Bender1991 – Lilly Albritton1993 – Craig Smith1993 – Ashley Johnson1995 – Hunter Lewis1996 – Emily Hess1999 – Meredith Klein2001 – Laura Brylowski2002 – Laura Frazee2004 – Margaret Rote

Have news to share? Email Sheila Leventhal McCartor at [email protected] submit entries for the Alumni

Almanac section of the upcoming Spring 2013 Lamppost.

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The Luminary Society Beacon $12,500 and above Torchbearer $7,500 – $12,499 Candle Lighter $3,000 – $7,499 Luminary Member $1,250 – $2,999The 1953 Club $500 – $1,249The Lantern Club $25 – $499

Ways to Make Your DonationMail: Send your pledge/gift to the school by using the return envelope enclosed with your Annual Fund letter.

Online: Click on “Make a gift to Lamplighter” at www.thelamplighterschool.org. Phone: Contact Michelle Prengle at 214-369-9201 ext. 318 with your credit card information or to inquire about stock gifts.

All gifts to the 2012 – 2013 Annual Fund must be made before May 31, 2013.

The Annual Fund is the highest fundraising priority at Lamplighter and provides direct funding for educational initiatives and operational enhancements that tuition alone does not cover. Every dollar of this essential fund supports the vision of Lamplighter’s founders: To ignite the lamp of a child’s imagination... Annual Fund dollars support the classroom experience by: • Ensuring professional development opportunities for faculty and staff • Providing state-of-the-art technology • Acquiring current curriculum materials • Supporting student enrichment with innovative programs

A successful Annual Fund campaign depends on participation from every member of our school community. We reached 100% participation from trustees, faculty and staff last year. This year we hope to raise parent participation from 95% to100%. Parent participation of 100% is always the goal of the Annual Fund.

2012-2013 Annual Fund

Annual Fund Recognition Levels

Report of Annual Giving 2011-2012

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Dear Lamplighter Community,

We are deeply grateful for our trustees, parents, grandparents, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends who make Lamplighter a priority and generously give their time and financial resources. The 2011-2012 school year was another outstanding year marked by increased community involvement and support. Highlights include:

• More than 500 members of the Lamplighter community celebrated the installation of Joan Buchanan Hill as our Head of School

• The $400,000 Annual Fund goal was exceeded by 7.3% and achieved 100% faculty/staff support in six days

• In its third and final year, the Campaign for the Future maintained momentum and reached its $12,500,000 goal • The Lamplighter Parents’ Association hosted the “Mad About Lamplighter Auction” in support of its $1 million commitment toward the purchase of the land

• Grandparent involvement increased dramatically with new volunteer opportunities including Carnival, Media Center, and Reading Days

• For the first time in its history, the Alumni Council achieved 100% annual giving participation in support of the Alumni Faculty Salary Endowed Fund

• Young Alumni (Upper School and Middle School students) planned and executed the second annual Car Wash raising over $7,400

Conversations continued with all constituencies of the school, enriching the outcome of the strategic plan. Opportunities for dialogue will resume in the coming year as we look to the future with optimism and enthusiasm.

Thank you for your continued generosity and your commitment to Lamplighter and its students.

In Lamplighter Spirit,

Sandy DiamondDirector of Advancement

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2011-2012 was another outstanding school year

marked by increased community involvement and support.

Report of Annual Giving 2011-2012

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The following is a list of individuals whose gifts of time and talent served the advancement efforts of Lamplighter during the period

June 1, 2011, to May 31, 2012. The school’s continued advancement depends on such committed, energetic, and generous individuals.

Board of TrusteesDavid BennersJenny BulbanDavid CampbellKelli ChabriaLaura Cole ’71Hope CrammJohn CratesJane Rose HurstJennifer KarolKirsten KerriganLeslie Krakow ’69Lisa KrausKent KunkelRayna LoebJennifer MosleLily MyersKaren Pollock ’76Toby PurdyAndy RabinCatherine RoseAlex SharmaNancy SkochdopoleGeorge TangAndy VillarealMitchell WardKelcy WarrenSarah WeinbergCarolyn WestberryLucy Wrubel ’78

Life TrusteesStuart BumpasDan CookMary McDermott CookDavid Corrigan ’68Mike DodgeNeil FooteJudy GassCharles GinsburgRolf HaberechtMarietta Scurry JohnsonJack KleinCarol LevyLudwig MichaelDavid MillerBarbara NicholsMargaret Jonsson RogersBarney Young

Alumni CouncilLucy Reeves Wrubel ’78 - PresidentLilly Albritton ’91Flauren Fagadau Bender ’90Steven Davidoff ’85Joey Davisson ’86Kyle Ford ’74Chris Gannett ’83Ashley Geller Greene ’84Elisabeth (Giggy) Loeb Jacobson ’81Courtney Jones Johnson ’89Sara Luxen Junkin ’93Rachel Davidoff Ladin ’83Adam Leventhal ’78Greg Marquess ’79Peggy Black Meyer ’73Bradley Miller ’77Brian Neuhoff ’74Kristin Ortega ’89Kay Ellen Cohen Pollack ’79Eric Reeves ’74Amanda Oneacre Rockow ’83Justin Small ’83Craig Smith ’93Max Swango ’76Aimee Marquess Whitaker ’85

Lamplighter Parents’ Association BoardKelli Chabria - PresidentCarol AndersonBeth BakerStephanie BassmanLeslie BennersLiz BoyceShonn BrownNancy BussCathy CohenAngela CratesLaurie DarlakCatie EnricoKathy FielderDana GarnerMeg GravesJackie KatzGina Yarbrough LandryLaura LearLindi LightJen LochridgeAmy Mitts

Nikki MorashSunny NadolskySusan NessSharon PfaffCourtney PlumleeGretchen PollomMonica PurdyJen Ratan Molly SealyRandi SteinhartKiersten StockhamCandace SwangoAimee WhitakerDebbie WiggansAndy Yung

Annual Giving LeadershipLilly Albritton ’91Maura BradshawLisa BrownCathy CohenLaurie DarlakSam DurstMonica EastinJamie GauntJenney GillikinShelly GrovesLauren HosekJackie KatzKent KunkelMichelle LockhartLyndsey MarronCandace MartinSu-Su MeyerBrian Neuhoff ’74Kristin Ortega ’89Barbara RabinKristin ReesJennie ReevesKathy RitzSharon RossDanielle SealyMolly Sealy Craig Smith ’93Kiersten StockhamLisa WarrenSarah WeinbergJeannie WeisolyClaude WhiteAmy Zicarelli

Campaign for the FutureSteering CommitteeKirsten Kerrigan - ChairJack Foxworth ’68Jennifer KarolJennifer MosleDavid MillerKaren Pollock ’76Andy RabinCatherine RoseNancy Skochdopole

Young Alumni CommiteeKatie Payne ’06 - Co-ChairMaya Sawla ’06 - Co-ChairLauren Chilton ’05Richard Eiseman ’06Amy Elder ’06Katie Kerrigan ’05Nick Kraus ’06Jackson Spencer ’06Chandler Tucker ’05

Volunteer Leadership

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2011-2012 OPERATING REVENUE & EXPENSES

Revenue Expenses

Tuition88%

Other incl. Endow. Draws

7%

Annual Fund5% Academic

4%

Salaries & Benefits

73%

Administrative 7%

Facilities9%Financial Aid

5%

Fundraising 1%

Annual Fund Gifts by Source for 2011-2012

Trustees $81,401Faculty/Staff $13,961Parents $190,710Grandparents $39,890Alumni Parents and Alumni Grandparents $20,660Friends and Former Faculty/Staff $4,155Foundations and Corporations $78,421

Total Annual Fund Giving $429,198

All Gifts by Designation for 2011-2012

Annual Fund $429,198Capital Gifts $1,988,724Lamplighter Endowed Funds $4,244Program Support/Miscellaneous Funds $54,920Alumni Faculty/Salary-Support Endowed Funds $16,131Holiday Wishes Fund $26,350Media Center Tribute Fund $4,168Community Support Fund $3,696

Total Gifts to Lamplighter 2011-2012 $2,527,431

Giving Results

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($250,000 or above)Jenney and David Gillikin

($100,000 - $249,999)The Corrigan Family Marilyn and Leo* Corrigan, Jr. Alice Corrigan Carruth Catherine Corrigan Emily ’73 and David ’68 Corrigan Leo Corrigan III Mary Corrigan LivingstonMargaret Jonsson Family Foundation Margaret Jonsson Rogers Laura Charlton Cole ’71 Emily Charlton Corrigan ’73 Erik Charlton ’77Lamplighter Parents’ AssociationEdward W. Rose III Family Fund of The Dallas Foundation Deedie and Rusty RoseCatherine and Will ’77 Rose

($50,000 - $99,999)Jain Foundation of Fidelity Charitable Gunjan and Anurag JainLisa and Peter KrausSheryl and Eric MaasKaren ’76 and Richard PollockCynthia and Jean-Louis Trochu ($25,000 - $49,999)Anonymous (2)Heather and Ray BalestriMaura and Jason BradshawJenny and Pete BulbanThe Aaron and Catie Enrico Family Foundation Catie and Aaron EnricoShannon and Jeff EstesJennifer and Tom KarolAmy and Darren KozelskyLaura and Rick LearCarol and John LevyJennifer and Jon MosleDan PattersonRicki and Andy RabinNicole ’83 and Justin ’83 Small

($10,000 - $24,999)Bank of America Matching GiftsThe Beck Family Henry C. Beck ’64 Kalita Beck Blessing ’69

Philip T. Bee Charitable Trust Jill C. Bee ’69 Ross B. Bee ’63Flauren ’90 and Jason BenderLeslie and David BennersHaise R. and Kevin S. Borgmann Family Fund of Fidelity Charitable Haise and Kevin BorgmannThe Carlson Foundation Nancy and Clint CarlsonAna and Don CartySam and Tim DurstMonica and Joe EastinBetsy and Richard EisemanJan and Bob FirthDodie and Jack ’68 FoxworthWendy and Paul GenenderMarilyn HalpinZoé and Todd HartJane and Michael ’75 HurstRita and Jack KleinSunny and Craig KnockeThe Jess Merkle Foundation Susan and Paul MerkleRich Moses and Selwyn RayzorBarbara and Stan RabinMicki and Mike RawlingsKristin and Ricky ReesBetty and Brian SchultzGowri and Alex SharmaThe Steinhart Family The Dallas Foundation Phyllis and Ron Steinhart Meredith and Barry ’79 Steinhart Kenny Steinhart ’79Candace and Max ’76 SwangoCommunities Foundation of Texas Charmaine and George TangTexas Instruments FoundationMitchell Ward and Pam Wills-WardAmy and Kelcy WarrenSarah and Russell WeinbergCarmen and Andy Yung

($5,000 - $9,999)Bank of TexasLaura and Andy BaughmanTracy and Kevin ’76 BrandLisa and Chuck BrownShonn and Clarence BrownTamara and David CampbellLacie and Pat CrowCarrie and Kyle ’74 FordMartha and Bob GillikinJoan and Zachary Hill

Angela and Gary ’71 HorowitzThe ISN Charitable Giving FundJones, Foster, Johnston & StubbsThe Jerry R. Junkins Family Foundation Sally JunkinsEugenia ’75 and Frank-Paul KingThe Kirkwood Fund of The Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin CountiesSusan and Mike MattaMelani and Craig McDougalEdith and Peter O’DonnellThe Traci and Sean Owen Family Foundation Traci and Sean OwenThe Paulos Foundation Angela Paulos Aphrodite and Sam PaulosMissy and Bill PayneW.C. Payne Foundation Joan and Bill PayneMonica and Toby PurdyMolly and Michael SealyTaco BellMichelle ’75 and Stewart ThomasBarbara and John ThomasMark VarelMerry and Chad Vose

($1,000 - $4,999)4-L EngineeringThe Ackerman Family Caroline and David ’81 Ackerman Helma and Ed Ackerman Edward and Wilhelmina Ackerman FoundationJacqueline and Max AndersonAnonymousLaurie and Doug BarnellStephanie and Paul BassmanChris Bautista and Gretchen PollomSusan and Brett ’71 BlakeySarah ’77 and Sam BloomBNSF Railway FoundationAllison and Chris BovardBriggs Freeman Sotheby’s International RealtySteve BrownLori and David BrowneErika and Chad BurkhardtDanielle and Jeff CateJennifer and Christian CatherAshley and Robert CatheyLinda and John Cauley

Kelli and A.J. ChabriaChilton Land Management Inc. Alexandra and John ChiltonClassic BMWThe Coca-Cola FoundationCathy and Mark CohenTania and Pat ConroyMary McDermott CookHope and Gene CrammAngela and John CratesPam and Jason CreelLiz CurlinJim DavisSandy and Barry DiamondMelisa and Jeff DorrillDanielle DupuisEason Petroleum, Inc. Shirley and Ken EasonRicki and Randy EbnerRosemary and Roger EnricoAllegra and Rob FeitoKathy and Jeromy FielderTim Foo and Kristine DoanFoote Communication Jane and Neil FooteDana and Tom GarnerJudy and Bob GassJoan and Larry GenenderHeather and Chris GilkerGirl Scout of NE Texas Troop No. 3216Kerri ’90 and David GoldfarbSteve GravsethKim and Clark GriffithEllen and John GrimesShelly and Todd GrovesJim Hakert and Jayne ColemanCindy and Brian HansonLiz ’90 and Jeff HelfrichMark Henry and Marylene LeogierLillian and Greg HesselOptimized, Inc. Erin and Andrew HillmanPeter HollandJennifer and Steve HoughtonCorinne and Clay HufftMelissa and Rob HuntKatie and Jed JohnsonMarietta Scurry JohnsonEye Surgery of Texas George JosephBecky and Matt KeaneKirsten and Mike KerriganThe Kirk Family The Dallas Foundation Mirjam and Chris Kirk

The following is a comprehensive list reflecting cumulative giving receipts from donors for the period of June 1, 2011, to

May 31, 2012. It includes all cash and pledges to annual, restricted, and endowment funds.

Cumulative Giving

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Miriam and Jeffrey ’86 KitnerAngela and Marc KleinLeslie ’69 and Bob KrakowCarolyn and Kevin KuhnelLeslie and Michael LanahanAmy and Philip LangTom Leatherbury and Pat VillarealNick LeggattLisa and Rick LevyKaren and Bruce LobdellJen and Brett LochridgeCandace and Rich MartinSheila McCartorSue McCulloughHelen and Bob McGrawMonica and Matt ’86 McGrawThe Meadows Foundation Elise and John MeadowsMarty and Jack MeltonPam and Carter MeyerPeggy ’73 and Dan MeyerSu-Su and Jerry MeyerRory and Howard MeyersCommunities Foundation of Texas Carmen and Ludwig MichaelBruce Mickey and Barbara SchultzTalley Dunn Gallery, LLC Bradley Miller ’77 and Talley DunnPatty and David MillerJon Morgan ’82 and Liz SeaburyKelly and David MoskovicPaula and Jon MosleLily and Scott MyersSunny and Pavel NadolskyBarbara and Bud NicholsMelissa and Norry NivenNova and Lincoln PatelSharon and David PfaffKristen and Clifton PhillipsStacy and Lawrence PiccagliCourtney and Mike ’73 Plumlee

Michelle and Scott PrengleVicki RaneyJen and Ravi RatanPeggy RayzorJennie and Stuart ReevesEdna and Dante RenzulliAlesia and Ed RitenourChristine and Dick RogoffChris Rowley and Mandy DakeTracy and Michael RoybalAshley and Anthony ’92 RuggeriRandee and Bobby RuizJosefina and Roberto RuizSafeway, Inc.Sengbush Studio, Inc. Terri and Larry SengbushNils Senvalds and Margee HockingBernard Shaw and Julia SimonDena and Peter SilbermanDel Ruth SkaggsNancy and Jim SkochdopoleMargaret ’77 and Glenn SolomonPaul Staveteig and Gretchen ChampionKiersten and Michael StockhamSullivan Family Foundation, Inc. Ginger and Louis SullivanMelissa and Bobby SussmanShannon and Jodie ThompsonSuzanne and Chris TurnerThe Vennerberg FamilyJanice and Gary WalshMi Jung and Jim WarnerLisa and George WarrenJeannie and David WeisolyCarolyn and David WestberryChristina and Allen ’89 WhiteMcKinley and Brandon WierDebbie and David WiggansTiffany and Clayton ’83 WilmerAnn and Brian WilsonJenna and Lane Wimberly

Claudia and Brian WingMeredith and Rand WrightonLucy ’78 and Steve WrubelSally and Barney YoungMichael Zhu and Jane LiuAmy and Mike ZicarelliJoe Zopolsky ’84

($1 - $999)Bill Adams and Jennifer JordanJessa AdlerNalini and Paul AggarwalArturo Aguilar and Gela GallardoAngelica and Josué AguilarAbbey and Fallon AhearnSuzanne and Nasim AkhtarLilly Albritton ’91Karen and Rick AllenSusan and Hank AltermanBasel Altrabulsi and Lana HamwiCarol and Mark AndersonStacy and Tucker AndersonHanna AnderssonLouis Andres ’04Debbie and Marc AndresMiles Andres ’06Anonymous (3)Lisa and Kyle AntesBarbra and Bud ApplebaumMartha and Nelson ArroyoSandra and Darren AvreaFrancis Barnes and Priscilla WrubelBob BakerBeth and Rob BakerRand Barnes ’04Kim and Randy BarnesCarol BaumerCarrie and Josh BaysKathey ’63 and Bruce BeddowHeather and Larry BeinGriffin Benners ’12Jackson Benners ’15Caroline and Scot BernsteinYasmin and Vik BhatiaDorothy BjorckGeorgia Sue BlackAllison and Shell BlackTraci and Travis BlalockLeslie BledsoeBlessing Family Foundation Kalita Beck Blessing ’69Naomi and Bernard BloomLauryn and Jason BloomCarolyn and Ronald BlumAna BohananStephanie and Kevin BowdenKristy and Taylor BowenJoan BowmanElizabeth and Robert BoyceMartha and Ron Bradshaw

Mary BradyKirby Brand ’05Shelby Brand ’08Brenda and Stuart BrandSusie and George BreenNatalie Breen ’02Amy and Matt BrennerDiane and Pete BrickerSpencer Bromberg and Aneta KucharskaAmelia Brown ’10Amy Brown ’78Rebecca and Chad BrownKay and Clarence BrownLauren Brown ’92Lynn BrownJennifer and Andrew BrylowskiMelanie and Marty BuckholtJoe Bumpas ’97Diane and Stuart BumpasMichelle and Sid BundySarah BurdickBill BurtonNancy BussAnne and Bruce BuswellSally and Allen ButlerKim and Bruce ButlerKaren and Kyle ButlerIvonne and David CabralesCindy and Bob CampbellMatt CampbellSarah CampbellRussell Canham and Raksha JainRobin Carder ’75Jennifer ’81 and Scott CarrAna CasanovaShea Castleman ’11Sloane Castleman ’08Jean and John CateMary CatesNancy and Ronnie CatheyMary Cynthia and Bill ChurchEmily Church ’06Will Church ’06Kristie and Rob ClarkSharon and Steven ’88 ClarkCapera Clement-Norinsky ’91Dan Clifford and Shannon Morse ’80Michael Cohen and Ruth BakalSharon and Murray CohenJo and Stanley CohenLaura ’71 and David ColeMelissa and William CollinsAngie and Father Chris ConstantinidesSusan and Chris CooperEllen and Jamie CopakenCaroline Cotten ’06Susan and Walter Cowger

Cumulative Giving

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Debbie CoxAnna Cramm ’10Claire Cramm ’07Chanda and Ken CraneBobby and Jean CratesBarry CreelJennifer ’82 and Mike CroninNancy CroninKitty and Tom CrossDebbie and Chris CuzalinaBrandy and Henry DaltonLaurie and Joe DarlakGloria and Joe DarlakMaria ’74 and Brent DauGrace Dau ’05Katherine Dau ’07Mandy and Sean DavenportClaudia and Scott DavisLisa and Harvey DavissonJoe Davisson ’86 and Nancy SarmientoLisa and Alan DeSantisKendall DeSantis ’07Meghana and Harpreet DhallLaura and Bill DickasonJennifer ’82 and Allen DickeyVivian and Billy DimasMarisa DiotaleviSusan and Mike DodgeMary and David DolanZachary Drazner ’09Ellen and Mike DuffyCatherine Duffy ’05Thomas Duffy ’02Deb DunneDoug Ehring and Ann SaucerRichard Eiseman ’06Nadia Elchami ’11Leslie and Wicky el-EffendiMark Envani and Lori WardeScripJacqueline Ewens ’05

Leslie Ezelle and Libby ToudouzeAlicia FeitoBarbara and Ernie FeldgusPeggy FermierThe Fermier FamilyM.B. & Edna Zale Foundation Bobbie and Leo FieldsJulie ’75 and David ’71 FieldsJenifer and Peter FlynnSophie and Arkady FominJen and Greg FominSherry and Joel FontenotJoel Fontenot ’02Joshua Fontenot ’04Nita and John FordSoume and Paul FosheeNichole FosterThe Sara Beckham Foxworth FoundationPaula and Wallace FranklinCoco Freling ’04Richard Freling ’04Marc Fuller and Bonnee SharpNeha and Salil GaitondeJennifer and David GalardiJane GaltHadley and Travis GaltGamster Food Services, LLC.Amar Gande and Madhuri VusirikalaLisa and Chris ’83 GannettRekha and Uday GaradiJamie and Greg GauntGE FoundationBeverly and Thurman GeddieDavid Gerber and Lara JohnsonDennis and Nikki GibsonShona and Arlo GilbertBeverly and Chuck GinsburgGiroir Family Charitable Fund of Fidelity Charitable Jill and Brett GiroirAshley and Kris Glover

Laura ’86 and Brad GodkinRebecca and Jack ’64 GoetzGigi and Bud GoffEd Goff and Laura ChapuisGoldman, Sachs & Co.Meg and Dave GravesAshleigh and Will GravleeNana Suzanne GreenAshley Greene ’84Michelle and John GrimesLeah and Jon ’69 GrossRobert Gross and Maya LeibmanJezabel GuadalupeTanner Hakert ’06Tate Hakert ’09Finley Harbaugh ’93Tania and Kevin HardageMelissa and Geoff HarperDermatology Center of Denton, P.A. Cindy and Michael HarringtonLisa ’89 and Richard HartmanKristen HayesBarbara and Jim HazlewoodTjepke Heeringa and Elizabeth Dodge ’83Debbie and Jonathan HerskovitzJill Herz, Attorney at Law, P.C. Jill and Paul HerzCarolyn and Steve HessMeredith Hessel ’08Tommy Hessel ’09Jesse Hochman and Jennifer PeroneKate and Jeff HoedebeckJennifer and Justin HogueKristie and Tom HoitsmaMaggie and Jeff HollwayKacy and Steve HolmesJerry Holzsweig and Marian SacklerRita and Sandy HolzsweigEsther and Paul HoodSamuel Horowitz ’10Lauren Hosek ’97Nicole and Brian HouseholderLauren Hudspeth ’80Amanda HyattSandra and Rick IllesDidem and Onur InanogluAnnie and Patrick JacobsGiggy ’81 and Peter JacobsonDorris and Terry JamesBeth and Brian JaynesCarolyn and Michael JaynesNatalie Jaynes ’03William Jaynes ’07Hilary Jenkins ’78Gayle JohansenAshley ’93 and Brandon JohnsonCourtney ’89 and Brian JohnsonAnne JonasJane and Elwyn Jones

Patti and Jeff JonesJustin Jones ’81Janine and Sasha JovanovicSara Junkin ’93Andrew Jury ’02Ann Frances and Cliff JuryHelen Jury ’98Amanda Kadesky ’06Andrew Kadesky ’03Ann and Keith KadeskyJina KaiserSonia and Jatin KakkarJeffrey Kaplan and Lisa NewmanJackie ’79 and Allan KatzSabra KatzavShaul KatzavTracy and Jeff KayeSkylar Kaye ’11David Kerrigan ’08Katie Kerrigan ’05Patrick Kerrigan ’11Kinnari and Gaurav KhatriAliya and Mushtak KhatriNancy KimAllan King and Rebecca HamiltonKirsten Kirk ’12Jeanie and Richard KnockePatti KnottKaren and Bob KnudsonGeorge KnudsonJane KoernerShari and Andy KrageTricia and Jim KrohnLogan Krohn ’10Paige and Tom KuchlerMary and Danny KureskaPaul Labadie and Nancy WhittingtonRachel ’83 and Brian LadinChelsea and Mike LakeBrenna and Will LambertHolly and Bruce LanahanLorri LancashireJune and Jason LandryGina and Tom LandryEleanor LaneyBonnie and Carl LangShiela and Justin LannenKristen and Quinn LawsAshley and Sam ’79 LeakeClem LearDonald Lee and Emily CatesPatty and Lam LeeAdam Leventhal ’78Katherine Levy ’02Coleta and Joe LewisLindi and Chris LightMelissa and Rodney LindsayAnna Lobdell ’15Jacob Lobdell ’16Brittany and Neal Lober

Cumulative Giving

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Michelle and Bill LockhartRayna and Michael LoebJason Lu and Natalie DenNisha and Vikas LuniaCatherine LynnPat and Barry MacyJill and Brent MagnusonLindsey and Chris MalonePat and Ted MandevilleDavid Mangelsdorf and Katrina CottonMankoff Family Foundation Staci and Jeff ’71 MankoffDaysi and Manuel ManzanaresSusan and Richard MarcusJenell and Andy MarkowskiGreg Marquess ’79Rita and Jim MarquessLyndsey MarronMaria and Federico MarroquinLouise and Charles ’87 MarshAngie and Jerry MartilikMass Mutual Life Insurance Co.Sarah MathewsPat MattinglyKristen and Brian McCoolGayle and David McCoyEva McKeeMaryann and Vince McKelveyJordan McMakinMarlon McMakin and Camille VarlandRebecca ’79 and Keith McNealMelissa and Barry McNeilKimberly and Neelesh MehendalePene and Eric MeniereJan and Tom MercerMary and Tom ’89 MercerJane and Henry MeyerCraig Meyers ’86Lea Meyers ’09Rhonda and Jeffery ’74 MillerShirley and Bob MillerThe Miller FamilyMincey-Carter, PCMark Mintz and Jennifer Kitner Fund Jennifer ’89 and Mark MintzRashti & Mitchell Attorneys at Law Donna and Tim MitchellAmy and Brian MittsEsther and Jaime MondragonAlison ’74 and David MonnichSusan ’81 and Geoffrey MooreNikki and Jason MorashJennifer and Jeff MorrisonMimi and Ron MosesKate Mosle ’04Michael Mosle ’08Erika and Jarod MossKate and Clay MoteAnne and Tom Motlow

Judith MullensNik Munshi and Sree KodaliBrian Murawski and Michelle HartmannElise MurphyMarynell MurphyJeffrey Naimon and Carla Wheeler ’76Leslie and Jason NeedlemanKatie ’94 and Nathan NelsonSusan and Doug NessRobyn and Brian ’74 NeuhoffWendy and Jay NewbergerPaulette NewbergerJennifer and Brian NiccolKatri Niemi ’02Les Niemi and Sharon BrownLesa and Nick NikolaiAnn and Paul NoonanJayme and Salim NourallahJohanna and Greg NystromJamie and Melbourne O’BanionSusan and Steve O’BrienEllen and Marc OeschgerKate and Mark OgdenTaeri and Jonathan OhNathan Ohler and Heather RoseberryPam and Ken O’KrentStacy and David OleskyJackson Olesky ’04Donna and Larry OlschwangerSheryll OrbaseKristin ’89 and Aaron OrtegaNatalie and Dirik OudtTheresa OverallAnne ’66 and Fernando PadillaMindy Paine ’86Jim ParrishAmisha and Amit PatelKatie Payne ’06Whit Payne ’09Jeff PeckG.P. PedrosoMarie and Lou PeroneLakeshia and Chris PetersSuzanne and Huy PhamKhanh Pham and Victoria NguyenSonia PhilipsonHayden Phillips ’08Penelope Piccagli ’11Heidi and Mike ’85 PickensCherie and Jim PickettMollie and Paul PinKay Ellen ’79 and Jake PollackKatherine Pollock ’10Matthew Pollock ’11Lainie PorterRebecca and Will Posten

Kay and Jim PreddyVeenu and Rohit PuriRamesh Raghunathan and Aarthi RamJeffrey Rahilly and Kimberly FreelandSangeeta and Ram RaiDinesh Rajan and Ramya RangarajanRitu and Venu RaoBrad Raper and Lisa CaseySandy and Philip RaskinRiteesha and Babu ReddyUpendar Reddy and Tulika JainEric Reeves ’74Karen and Keller ReidLeanne and Mark ReiterMason Reiter ’04Merrill Reiter ’01Nora ’92 and Will RenthalTassi and Dimitri ReppasSheila RiceWes Richter ’01Taylor RisonKathy RitzNicole RiversFord Robinson ’06Kate Robinson ’08Kelly and Robby ’76 RobinsonAmanda ’83 and Jeff RockowPeggy and Bill RoeJudy and Colin RorrieAlex Rose ’10Charlie Rose ’12Jack Rose ’13Sharon RossAnne and Chris ’72 RoteCarol and Dave RowleyDimple and Jack Royal

Donna and Byron RubinKent Skipper and Hilda RuchCarol and Tony RuggeriBridget ’73 and Mark RussellMaria and Bryan RutledgeEllen and Lee SalzbergerEllen and Douglas SammerKatie SandlinJim Savage and Kim HendersonSavvy Source for ParentsFirst Intercontinental Corporation Meeta and Amar SawlaMaya Sawla ’06Marcia and Stephen SchaulDarla and Carl ScherzShelby Schultz ’10Rachel and Joshua SchumannKathryn ’86 and Eric SchwesingerJudy and Dave ScullDanielle and Scott SealyBetsie ’78 and Jim SearsApril and David SeedsTodd Shadle and Maria ReyesStephanie ShaferKavita Sharma ’13Natalie and Lantz SharpeRosemary and Zeke ShashouaAmy Sheinberg ’74Sue and Brian ShibleyKiran Shivaswamy and Pushpa MahalingamSusan and Ian ShoresCheryl ShulmanNatalia Siddiqi ’11Saima and Sajid SiddiqiKristin and Dan SimencGlynnis and Denys ’74 Slater

Cumulative Giving

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Correction to 2010-2011 Annual Report:Alumni Parents Michelle ’75 and Stewart Thomas

should have been listed at the $5,000 - $9,999 level under Cumulative Giving for 2010-2011.

We sincerely apologize for our error.

Cherie and Neal SmallAli Smith ’07Eva SmithLil and Greg SmithWill Smith ’05Robbin and Michael ’79 SolisYnetta and Dwayne SpencerStarcom MediaVestRachel and Marc StarrRandi SteinhartSabrina and Andy SternSheila and Larry SternMegan ’85 and Michael SternPat and Jim StevensDenise and Chris ’83 StewartCharlie StobaughDelia Stobaugh ’15Emery Stobaugh ’12Nancy and Kent StobaughJenny and Tim ’81 StobaughCasey StoltzBill Stonaker and Tricia WilsonCallie Stone ’06Lisa and John StoneMarshall Stone ’04Jody StoutCarlene and Jack StrobelBeth ’79 and Mark StrombergAlison and Dan StumpAmer Suleman and Mahvash AmerLaura and Paul SullivanBaran Sumer and Jennifer LowneyLinda and Larry SuttonSwag Stop, LLCCamie Swango ’10Betsy and Bob SwangoKathryn and John SzwejkowskiTargetReagan TateJoe Tauscher ’88Robin and Jonathan Thalheimer

Mika and Nathan ThomasCragina and Paul ThomasSandra and Rice TilleySusan TilleyLynda and Jim TonickThe Toy MavenKim TrautmannKarin and Mark TribunaRachel and Chris TrowbridgeBennett Trubey ’16Laura and Bryan TrubeyCampbell Trubey ’17Manning TrubeyMiller Trubey ’14Reggie TuckerBeth ’68 and Joe UnisPatricia and John VermillionStuart Vetterick ’88Bobbie and Andy VillarealG. Scott Waddell Company, Inc. Krystn and Scott WaddellHarianne and David WallensteinMarc Wallenstein ’90Amanda Warren ’10Krista WarrenKenn Webb and Harriet TabbLindsey WeemsGayle and Joe WeinbergChandler Weisbart ’02Courtney Weisbart ’06Kandi and Mark WeisbartJulie and Jamie WeltonJessica Westberry ’05Cate Wetzel ’01John Wetzel ’03Mona WheatleyAimee ’85 and Josh WhitakerClaude WhiteJoanna Elliott Whitsett ’87Jill WiedmanKaren Wilbur

Shana and Barry WilcoxMaggie and Ennis WilliamsVivian and Eugene WilliamsEmily Wisner ’04Peggy and Rory WisnerBryant WolfJenna and Seth WoodberryWoody Woodward and Frances ColemanCarrie WrightP.T. Yager ’06Lea and Leo YanceyMary and Tom YangAnne Yarbrough ’81

Suzy and Fletcher YarbroughJennifer and Matt YarbroughThe Yellen FamilyMarjorie and George YeonasSheryl and Alan YonackNoah Yonack ’05Sam Yonack ’04Sydney Yonack ’07Yum Restaurants International, Inc.Mary and Ken YungAlissa Fagadau Zachary ’93 and Jordan ZacharyLouis Zweig ‘74

Cumulative Giving

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Luminary Beacon ($12,500 or above)Monica and Joe Eastin*Jenney and David Gillikin*Catherine and Will ’77 Rose

Luminary Torchbearer ($7,500 - $12,499)The Aaron and Catie Enrico Family Foundation *Catie and Aaron EnricoThe ISN Charitable Giving FundJain Foundation of Fidelity Charitable Gunjan and Anurag JainRich Moses and Selwyn Rayzor*Amy and Kelcy Warren

Luminary Candle Lighter ($3,000 - $7,499)Philip T. Bee Charitable Trust Jill C. Bee ’69 Ross B. Bee ’63*Susan and Brett ’71 BlakeyHaise R. and Kevin S. Borgmann Family Fund of Fidelity Charitable Haise and Kevin BorgmannMaura and Jason Bradshaw*Tamara and David CampbellShannon and Jeff EstesAllegra and Rob Feito*Wendy and Paul GenenderMartha and Bob GillikinJones, Foster, Johnston & StubbsThe Jerry R. Junkins Family Foundation *Sally Junkins*The Kirkwood Fund of The Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Marin Counties

*Lisa and Peter KrausLaura and Rick LearKelly and David MoskovicEdith and Peter O’DonnellKristen and Clifton Phillips*Karen ’76 and Richard Pollock*Ricki and Andy RabinJennie and Stuart Reeves*Molly and Michael SealyNicole ’83 and Justin ’83 SmallThe Steinhart Family The Dallas Foundation *Phyllis and Ron Steinhart Meredith and Barry ’79 Steinhart *Kenny Steinhart ’79Communities Foundation of Texas Charmaine and George TangTexas Instruments Foundation*Barbara and John Thomas*Cynthia and Jean-Louis TrochuThe Vennerberg FamilyMi Jung and Jim Warner

Luminary Member ($1,250 - $2,999)The Ackerman Family *Caroline and David ’81 Ackerman *Helma and Ed Ackerman Edward and Wilhelmina Ackerman FoundationJacqueline and Max AndersonAnonymousHeather and Ray BalestriBank of America Matching Gifts*Stephanie and Paul Bassman*Leslie and David Benners*Sarah ’77 and Sam Bloom*Allison and Chris Bovard*Lisa and Chuck Brown*Shonn and Clarence Brown*Jenny and Pete BulbanDanielle and Jeff CateJennifer and Christian CatherCathy and Mark CohenTania and Pat ConroyMary McDermott Cook*Hope and Gene Cramm*Angela and John CratesPam and Jason CreelRicki and Randy EbnerRosemary and Roger EnricoKathy and Jeromy FielderTim Foo and Kristine DoanDana and Tom Garner

*Judy and Bob GassKim and Clark Griffith*Ellen and John Grimes*Shelly and Todd Groves*Jim Hakert and Jayne ColemanJoan and Zachary HillOptimized, Inc. Erin and Andrew Hillman*Peter HollandJennifer and Steve Houghton*Melissa and Rob Hunt*Jane and Michael ’75 HurstKatie and Jed Johnson*Jennifer and Tom Karol*Kirsten and Mike Kerrigan*Mirjam and Chris Kirk*Angela and Marc KleinSunny and Craig Knocke*Leslie ’69 and Bob KrakowLeslie and Michael Lanahan*Carol and John Levy*Lisa and Rick LevyKaren and Bruce Lobdell*Candace and Rich Martin*Susan and Mike MattaThe Meadows Foundation Elise and John MeadowsPam and Carter MeyerRory and Howard MeyersCommunities Foundation of Texas *Carmen and Ludwig Michael*Patty and David Miller*Jon Morgan ’82 and Liz Seabury*Jennifer and Jon Mosle*Lily and Scott MyersSunny and Pavel NadolskyNova and Lincoln PatelThe Paulos Foundation Angela Paulos Aphrodite and Sam Paulos*Sharon and David Pfaff*Courtney and Mike ’73 Plumlee*Monica and Toby PurdyBarbara and Stan Rabin*Jen and Ravi RatanPeggy Rayzor*Kristin and Ricky Rees*Deedie and Rusty RoseChris Rowley and Mandy DakeTracy and Michael Roybal*Sengbush Studio, Inc. *Terri and Larry Sengbush*Gowri and Alex SharmaDena and Peter Silberman

Del Ruth Skaggs*Margaret ’77 and Glenn Solomon*Melissa and Bobby Sussman*Candace and Max ’76 SwangoSuzanne and Chris TurnerJanice and Gary Walsh*Mitchell Ward and Pam Wills-Ward*Lisa and George Warren*Sarah and Russell WeinbergJeannie and David WeisolyMcKinley and Brandon WierJenna and Lane Wimberly*Lucy ’78 and Steve Wrubel*Sally and Barney Young*Carmen and Andy YungAmy and Mike Zicarelli

The 1953 Club ($500 - $1,249)Basel Altrabulsi and Lana HamwiAmerican Endowment FoundationCarol and Mark AndersonStacy and Tucker AndersonLaurie and Doug BarnellFrancis Barnes and Priscilla Wrubel*Chris Bautista and Gretchen Pollom*Flauren ’90 and Jason BenderYasmin and Vik Bhatia*Georgia Sue BlackTraci and Travis BlalockBlessing Family Foundation *Kalita Beck Blessing ’69BNSF Railway FoundationStephanie and Kevin BowdenJoan Bowman*Brenda and Stuart BrandLori and David BrowneJennifer and Andrew Brylowski*Diane and Stuart BumpasErika and Chad Burkhardt*Ivonne and David CabralesMatt CampbellSarah CampbellAshley and Robert CatheyNancy and Ronnie Cathey*Linda and John Cauley*Kelli and A.J. Chabria*The Coca-Cola FoundationMichael Cohen and Ruth Bakal*Melissa and William Collins*Susan and Mike DodgeSam and Tim DurstEason Petroleum, Inc. *Shirley and Ken Eason

The following is a comprehensive list reflecting giving receipts from donors for the period of June 1, 2011, to May 31, 2012.

It includes all cash gifts to the Annual Fund.

* Denotes individuals who have given consecutively to Lamplighter’s Annual Fund for five or more years

Annual Fund Donors by Recognition Level

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Betsy and Richard EisemanNita and John FordThe Sara Beckham Foxworth Foundation*Dodie and Jack ’68 FoxworthHadley and Travis Galt*Amar Gande and Madhuri Vusirikala*Joan and Larry GenenderShona and Arlo Gilbert*Heather and Chris GilkerBeverly and Chuck Ginsburg*Goldman, Sachs & Co.Ashleigh and Will GravleeSteve GravsethLeah and Jon ’69 GrossDermatology Center of Denton, P.A. Cindy and Michael HarringtonBarbara and Jim HazlewoodTjepke Heeringa and Elizabeth Dodge ’83Liz ’90 and Jeff HelfrichMark Henry and Marylene LeogierJill Herz, Attorney at Law, P.C. *Jill and Paul HerzJerry Holzsweig and Marian SacklerNicole and Brian HouseholderCorinne and Clay HufftAnnie and Patrick JacobsEye Surgery of Texas George JosephSonia and Jatin KakkarBecky and Matt KeaneAliya and Mushtak Khatri*Rita and Jack Klein*Karen and Bob KnudsonCarolyn and Kevin KuhnelChelsea and Mike Lake*Gina and Tom LandryTom Leatherbury and Pat Villareal*Lindi and Chris Light*Jen and Brett Lochridge*Nisha and Vikas Lunia*David Mangelsdorf and Katrina CottonMankoff Family Foundation Staci and Jeff ’71 MankoffLouise and Charles ’87 Marsh*Sue McCullough*Melani and Craig McDougalHelen and Bob McGrawMonica and Matt ’86 McGrawKimberly and Neelesh MehendaleJan and Tom MercerSu-Su and Jerry Meyer

*Bradley Miller ’77 and Talley DunnPaula and Jon MosleErika and Jarod MossBrian Murawski and Michelle Hartmann*Elise MurphyLesa and Nick NikolaiMelissa and Norry NivenJamie and Melbourne O’BanionThe Traci and Sean Owen Family Foundation *Traci and Sean Owen*Lakeshia and Chris PetersSuzanne and Huy PhamMichelle and Scott PrengleDinesh Rajan and Ramya Rangarajan*Vicki RaneyEdna and Dante RenzulliTassi and Dimitri ReppasDimple and Jack RoyalRandee and Bobby RuizBridget ’73 and Mark Russell*Judy and Dave ScullDanielle and Scott SealyNils Senvalds and Margee HockingStarcom MediaVestPaul Staveteig and Gretchen ChampionPat and Jim Stevens*Kiersten and Michael Stockham*Carlene and Jack StrobelAmer Suleman and Mahvash AmerSullivan Family Foundation, Inc. Ginger and Louis SullivanBaran Sumer and Jennifer Lowney*Michelle ’75 and Stewart ThomasMarc Wallenstein ’90Gayle and Joe Weinberg*Julie and Jamie WeltonChristina and Allen ’89 WhiteTiffany and Clayton ’83 WilmerClaudia and Brian Wing*Suzy and Fletcher YarbroughMichael Zhu and Jane Liu*Joe Zopolsky ’84

The Lantern Club ($1 - $499)*Bill Adams and Jennifer Jordan*Jessa AdlerNalini and Paul AggarwalArturo Aguilar and Gela GallardoAngelica and Josué AguilarAbbey and Fallon AhearnSuzanne and Nasim AkhtarLilly Albritton ’91Karen and Rick Allen*Susan and Hank AltermanLouis Andres ’04Debbie and Marc AndresMiles Andres ’06Anonymous (3)Lisa and Kyle Antes*Martha and Nelson ArroyoSandra and Darren AvreaBob Baker*Beth and Rob BakerRand Barnes ’04Kim and Randy Barnes*Laura and Andy Baughman*Carol Baumer*Carrie and Josh Bays*Kathey ’63 and Bruce BeddowDorothy BjorckAllison and Shell BlackLeslie Bledsoe*Naomi and Bernard Bloom*Lauryn and Jason BloomCarolyn and Ronald BlumAna BohananKristy and Taylor BowenMartha and Ron Bradshaw*Tracy and Kevin ’76 BrandKirby Brand ’05Shelby Brand ’08*Susie and George BreenNatalie Breen ’02*Amy and Matt BrennerDiane and Pete BrickerSpencer Bromberg and Aneta KucharskaAmelia Brown ’10*Amy Brown ’78Rebecca and Chad BrownKay and Clarence Brown*Lauren Brown ’92Lynn Brown*Steve Brown*Melanie and Marty BuckholtJoe Bumpas ’97

Michelle and Sid Bundy*Sarah BurdickBill BurtonNancy Buss*Anne and Bruce Buswell*Sally and Allen ButlerKaren and Kyle ButlerCindy and Bob CampbellRussell Canham and Raksha JainRobin Carder ’75*Jennifer ’81 and Scott CarrAna CasanovaShea Castleman ’11Sloane Castleman ’08Jean and John CateMary Cates*Mary Cynthia and Bill ChurchEmily Church ’06Will Church ’06Kristie and Rob ClarkSharon and Steven ’88 ClarkCapera Clement-Norinsky ’91Dan Clifford and Shannon Morse ’80Sharon and Murray CohenJo and Stanley Cohen*Laura ’71 and David Cole*Angie and Father Chris Constantinides*Susan and Chris CooperEllen and Jamie CopakenCaroline Cotten ’06Debbie CoxAnna Cramm ’10Claire Cramm ’07Chanda and Ken CraneBobby and Jean CratesJennifer ’82 and Mike CroninNancy Cronin*Kitty and Tom Cross*Liz CurlinDebbie and Chris CuzalinaBrandy and Henry Dalton*Laurie and Joe DarlakGloria and Joe Darlak*Maria ’74 and Brent DauGrace Dau ’05Katherine Dau ’07Mandy and Sean DavenportLisa and Harvey DavissonJoe Davisson ’86 and Nancy SarmientoLisa and Alan DeSantisKendall DeSantis ’07Meghana and Harpreet Dhall

* Denotes individuals who have given consecutively to Lamplighter’s Annual Fund for five or more years

Annual Fund Donors by Recognition Level

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Sandy and Barry DiamondLaura and Bill DickasonJennifer ’82 and Allen DickeyVivian and Billy DimasMarisa Diotalevi*Mary and David DolanZachary Drazner ’09Catherine Duffy ’05Deb DunneDanielle Dupuis*Doug Ehring and Ann SaucerRichard Eiseman ’06Nadia Elchami ’11Leslie and Wicky el-EffendiMark Envani and Lori WardJacqueline Ewens ’05*Leslie Ezelle and Libby ToudouzeAlicia FeitoBarbara and Ernie FeldgusPeggy FermierThe Fermier FamilyM.B. & Edna Zale Foundation Bobbie and Leo Fields

*Jenifer and Peter FlynnSophie and Arkady FominJen and Greg FominSherry and Joel FontenotJoel Fontenot ’02Joshua Fontenot ’04*Carrie and Kyle ’74 Ford*Soume and Paul FosheeNichole FosterPaula and Wallace FranklinCoco Freling ’04Richard Freling ’04Marc Fuller and Bonnee SharpNeha and Salil GaitondeJane GaltLisa and Chris ’83 GannettRekha and Uday GaradiJamie and Greg GauntGE Foundation

Beverly and Thurman GeddieDavid Gerber and Lara JohnsonDennis and Nikki GibsonGiroir Family Charitable Fund of Fidelity Charitable Jill and Brett GiroirAshley and Kris Glover*Laura ’86 and Brad GodkinRebecca and Jack ’64 GoetzGigi and Bud Goff*Ed Goff and Laura Chapuis*Kerri ’90 and David Goldfarb*Meg and Dave GravesNana Suzanne GreenAshley Greene ’84*Michelle and John GrimesRobert Gross and Maya Leibman*Jezabel Guadalupe*Tanner Hakert ’06Tate Hakert ’09Cindy and Brian HansonFinley Harbaugh ’93*Tania and Kevin Hardage*Melissa and Geoff HarperLisa ’89 and Richard Hartman*Debbie and Jonathan HerskovitzCarolyn and Steve Hess*Lillian and Greg HesselMeredith Hessel ’08Tommy Hessel ’09Jesse Hochman and Jennifer PeroneKate and Jeff HoedebeckJennifer and Justin Hogue*Kristie and Tom Hoitsma*Maggie and Jeff HollwayKacy and Steve HolmesRita and Sandy HolzsweigEsther and Paul Hood*Angela and Gary ’71 HorowitzSamuel Horowitz ’10Lauren Hosek ’97Lauren Hudspeth ’80Sandra and Rick IllesDidem and Onur Inanoglu*Giggy ’81 and Peter JacobsonDorris and Terry JamesBeth and Brian JaynesCarolyn and Michael JaynesNatalie Jaynes ’03William Jaynes ’07Hilary Jenkins ’78Gayle JohansenAshley ’93 and Brandon JohnsonCourtney ’89 and Brian Johnson*Marietta Scurry JohnsonAnne JonasJane and Elwyn JonesPatti and Jeff Jones

Justin Jones ’81*Janine and Sasha JovanovicSara Junkin ’93*Andrew Jury ’02Ann Frances and Cliff Jury*Helen Jury ’98Amanda Kadesky ’06Andrew Kadesky ’03Ann and Keith Kadesky*Jina Kaiser*Jeffrey Kaplan and Lisa NewmanJackie ’79 and Allan KatzSabra Katzav*Tracy and Jeff KayeSkylar Kaye ’11Katie Kerrigan ’05David Kerrigan ’08Patrick Kerrigan ’11Kinnari and Gaurav KhatriAllan King and Rebecca Hamilton*Eugenia ’75 and Frank-Paul King*Miriam and Jeffrey ’86 KitnerJeanie and Richard KnockePatti KnottGeorge Knudson*Jane Koerner*Shari and Andy KrageLogan Krohn ’10Paige and Tom KuchlerMary and Danny KureskaPaul Labadie and Nancy Whittington*Rachel ’83 and Brian LadinBrenna and Will LambertHolly and Bruce Lanahan*June and Jason LandryEleanor LaneyBonnie and Carl LangAmy and Philip LangShiela and Justin LannenKristen and Quinn LawsAshley and Sam ’79 LeakeClem LearDonald Lee and Emily CatesPatty and Lam Lee*Nick LeggattAdam Leventhal ’78Katherine Levy ’02Coleta and Joe LewisMelissa and Rodney LindsayBrittany and Neal Lober*Michelle and Bill Lockhart*Rayna and Michael LoebJason Lu and Natalie DenCatherine LynnPat and Barry Macy*Jill and Brent MagnusonLindsey and Chris Malone

*Pat and Ted MandevilleDaysi and Manuel ManzanaresSusan and Richard MarcusJenell and Andy MarkowskiGreg Marquess ’79Rita and Jim Marquess*Lyndsey MarronMaria and Federico MarroquinAngie and Jerry MartilikMass Mutual Life Insurance Co.Sarah Mathews*Sheila McCartor*Kristen and Brian McCool*Gayle and David McCoyEva McKeeMaryann and Vince McKelveyJordan McMakin*Marlon McMakin and Camille VarlandRebecca ’79 and Keith McNeal*Marty and Jack MeltonPene and Eric MeniereMary and Tom ’89 Mercer*Peggy ’73 and Dan MeyerJane and Henry MeyerLea Meyers ’09*Bruce Mickey and Barbara SchultzRhonda and Jeffery ’74 MillerThe Miller FamilyMark Mintz and Jennifer Kitner Fund Jennifer ’89 and Mark Mintz*Rashti & Mitchell Attorneys at Law *Donna and Tim Mitchell*Amy and Brian Mitts*Esther and Jaime MondragonAlison ’74 and David MonnichSusan ’81 and Geoffrey MooreNikki and Jason MorashJennifer and Jeff MorrisonMimi and Ron MosesKate Mosle ’04Michael Mosle ’08Kate and Clay Mote*Anne and Tom MotlowJudith Mullens*Marynell MurphyKatie ’94 and Nathan Nelson*Susan and Doug Ness*Robyn and Brian ’74 NeuhoffWendy and Jay NewbergerPaulette NewbergerJennifer and Brian Niccol*Katri Niemi ’02Les Niemi and Sharon Brown*Ann and Paul NoonanJayme and Salim Nourallah*Johanna and Greg Nystrom*Susan and Steve O’Brien

Annual Fund Donors by Recognition Level

* Denotes individuals who have given consecutively to Lamplighter’s Annual Fund for five or more years

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Ellen and Marc Oeschger*Kate and Mark OgdenTaeri and Jonathan OhNathan Ohler and Heather Roseberry*Pam and Ken O’KrentStacy and David OleskyJackson Olesky ’04Sheryll OrbaseKristin ’89 and Aaron OrtegaNatalie and Dirik OudtTheresa Overall*Anne ’66 and Fernando PadillaMindy Paine ’86Jim ParrishAmisha and Amit PatelDan PattersonKatie Payne ’06Whit Payne ’09Jeff PeckG.P. PedrosoMarie and Lou Perone*Khanh Pham and Victoria Nguyen*Sonia PhilipsonHayden Phillips ’08*Stacy and Lawrence PiccagliPenelope Piccagli ’11Heidi and Mike ’85 PickensCherie and Jim Pickett*Mollie and Paul PinKay Ellen ’79 and Jake PollackKatherine Pollock ’10Matthew Pollock ’11Lainie PorterRebecca and Will PostenVeenu and Rohit PuriRamesh Raghunathan and Aarthi RamJeffrey Rahilly and Kimberly FreelandSangeeta and Ram Rai

Ritu and Venu RaoBrad Raper and Lisa CaseySandy and Philip RaskinUpendar Reddy and Tulika JainRiteesha and Babu Reddy*Eric Reeves ’74Karen and Keller Reid*Leanne and Mark Reiter*Mason Reiter ’04*Merrill Reiter ’01Nora ‘92 and Will Renthal*Sheila RiceWes Richter ’01Taylor RisonAlesia and Ed Ritenour*Kathy RitzNicole RiversFord Robinson ’06Kate Robinson ’08Kelly and Robby ’76 RobinsonAmanda ’83 and Jeff RockowPeggy and Bill Roe*Judy and Colin Rorrie*Sharon RossAnne and Chris RoteCarol and Dave RowleyKent Skipper and Hilda RuchMaria and Bryan RutledgeEllen and Lee SalzbergerEllen and Douglas SammerKatie SandlinJim Savage and Kim Henderson*Marcia and Stephen Schaul*Darla and Carl Scherz*Betty and Brian SchultzShelby Schultz ’10Rachel and Joshua SchumannKathryn ’86 and Eric SchwesingerBetsie ’78 and Jim Sears*April and David Seeds

*Todd Shadle and Maria ReyesStephanie ShaferRosemary and Zeke Shashoua*Bernard Shaw and Julia SimonAmy Sheinberg ’74Sue and Brian ShibleyKiran Shivaswamy and Pushpa MahalingamSusan and Ian Shores*Cheryl ShulmanNatalia Siddiqi ’11Saima and Sajid Siddiqi*Nancy and Jim SkochdopoleGlynnis and Denys ’74 SlaterCherie and Neal SmallAli Smith ’07Eva SmithLil and Greg SmithWill Smith ’05Robbin and Michael ’79 Solis*Ynetta and Dwayne SpencerRachel and Marc Starr*Randi SteinhartSheila and Larry SternMegan ’85 and Michael SternDenise and Chris ’83 StewartCharlie StobaughDelia Stobaugh ’15Emery Stobaugh ’12*Nancy and Kent Stobaugh*Jenny and Tim ’81 StobaughCasey Stoltz*Bill Stonaker and Tricia WilsonCallie Stone ’06Lisa and John StoneMarshall Stone ’04*Jody StoutAlison and Dan Stump*Linda and Larry Sutton*Betsy and Bob Swango

Camie Swango ’10*Kathryn and John Szwejkowski*Reagan TateJoe Tauscher ’88*Robin and Jonathan ThalheimerMika and Nathan ThomasCragina and Paul ThomasShannon and Jodie ThompsonSandra and Rice TilleyLynda and Jim TonickKim TrautmannKarin and Mark TribunaRachel and Chris Trowbridge*Laura and Bryan TrubeyReggie TuckerBeth ’68 and Joe Unis*Patricia and John VermillionStuart Vetterick ’88*Bobbie and Andy VillarealG. Scott Waddell Company, Inc. Krystn and Scott WaddellHarianne and David WallensteinAmanda Warren ’10Krista WarrenLindsey WeemsChandler Weisbart ’02Courtney Weisbart ’06Kandi and Mark Weisbart*Carolyn and David Westberry*Jessica Westberry ’05Cate Wetzel ’01John Wetzel ’03Mona WheatleyJeffrey Naimon and Carla Wheeler ’76*Aimee ’85 and Josh Whitaker*Claude White*Jill Wiedman*Debbie and David Wiggans*Karen Wilbur*Shana and Barry WilcoxMaggie and Ennis WilliamsVivian and Eugene WilliamsEmily Wisner ’04Peggy and Rory Wisner*Bryant Wolf*Carrie WrightMeredith and Rand WrightonP.T. Yager ’06*Lea and Leo YanceyMary and Tom Yang*Anne Yarbrough ’81The Yellen FamilyMarjorie and George YeonasSheryl and Alan Yonack*Mary and Ken YungAlissa Fagadau Zachary ’93 and Jordan ZacharyLouis Zweig ’74

Annual Fund Donors by Recognition Level

* Denotes individuals who have given consecutively to Lamplighter’s Annual Fund for five or more years

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Board of Trustees(100% participation)Leslie and David BennersJenny and Pete BulbanTamara and David CampbellKelli and A.J. ChabriaLaura ’71 and David ColeHope and Gene CrammAngela and John CratesJane and Michael ’75 HurstJennifer and Tom KarolKirsten and Mike KerriganLeslie ’69 and Bob KrakowLisa and Peter KrausKent Kunkel and Vaughn VennerbergRayna and Michael LoebJennifer and Jon MosleLily and Scott MyersKaren ’76 and Richard PollockMonica and Toby PurdyRicki and Andy RabinCatherine and Will ’77 RoseGowri and Alex SharmaNancy and Jim SkochdopoleCharmaine and George TangBobbie and Andy VillarealMitchell Ward and Pam Wills-WardAmy and Kelcy WarrenSarah and Russell WeinbergCarolyn and David WestberryLucy ’78 and Steve Wrubel

Life TrusteesDiane and Stuart BumpasMary McDermott CookEmily ’73 and David ’68 CorriganSusan and Mike DodgeJane and Neil Foote

Judy and Bob GassBeverly and Chuck GinsburgMarietta Scurry JohnsonRita and Jack KleinCarol and John LevyCarmen and Ludwig MichaelPatty and David MillerBarbara and Bud NicholsMargaret and Bob RogersSally and Barney Young

Faculty and Staff (100% participation)Jessa AdlerKaren and Rick AllenCarrie and Josh BaysKathey ’63 and Bruce BeddowLeslie BledsoeAna BohananAmy and Matt BrennerAmy Brown ’78Sarah BurdickBill BurtonAnne and Bruce BuswellAna CasanovaLinda and John CauleyKristie and Rob ClarkAngie and Father Chris ConstantinidesDebbie CoxLiz CurlinBrandy and Henry DaltonSandy and Barry DiamondDeb DunneNichole FosterJudy and Bob GassEd Goff and Laura ChapuisSteve GravsethJezabel GuadalupeDebbie and Jonathan HerskovitzJoan and Zachary HillMaggie and Jeff HollwayLauren Hosek ’97Hilary Jenkins ’78Anne JonasShari and Andy KrageJune and Jason LandryKristen and Quinn LawsNick LeggattCatherine LynnLyndsey MarronSarah MathewsSheila McCartorKristen and Brian McCoolGayle and David McCoy

Sue McCulloughEva McKeeMarty and Jack MeltonJudith MullensElise MurphyMarynell MurphyKatie ’94 and Nathan NelsonJohanna and Greg NystromKate and Mark OgdenPam and Ken O’KrentSheryll OrbaseJeff PeckLakeshia and Chris PetersMichelle and Scott PrengleVicki RaneyTaylor RisonAlesia and Ed RitenourKathy RitzNicole RiversKatie SandlinRachel and Joshua SchumannApril and David SeedsSue and Brian ShibleyCheryl ShulmanEva SmithYnetta and Dwayne SpencerCasey StoltzJody StoutKathryn and John SzwejkowskiReagan TateKim TrautmannPatricia and John VermillionLindsey WeemsClaude WhiteJill WiedmanBryant WolfCarrie WrightAnne Yarbrough ’81

ParentsClass of 2012Bill Adams and Jennifer JordanMartha and Nelson ArroyoBeth and Rob BakerLaura and Andy BaughmanLeslie and David BennersHaise and Kevin BorgmannTracy and Kevin ’76 BrandMelanie and Marty BuckholtJenny and Pete BulbanAngela and John CratesMarisa DiotaleviDoug Ehring and Ann SaucerLeslie Ezelle and Libby ToudouzeAmar Gande and Madhuri Vusirikala

Shona and Arlo GilbertShelly and Todd GrovesJill and Paul HerzMelissa and Rob HuntJane and Michael ’75 HurstPatti and Jeff JonesJeffrey Kaplan and Lisa NewmanMirjam and Chris KirkMichelle and Bill LockhartSusan and Mike MattaRebecca ’79 and Keith McNealPene and Eric MeniereEsther and Jaime MondragonLily and Scott MyersSusan and Doug NessAnn and Paul NoonanLakeshia and Chris PetersStacy and Lawrence PiccagliRicki and Andy RabinEdna and Dante RenzulliTassi and Dimitri ReppasCatherine and Will ’77 RoseDarla and Carl ScherzRobbin and Michael ’79 SolisKenny Steinhart ’79Randi SteinhartJenny and Tim ’81 StobaughLaura and Paul SullivanCandace and Max ’76 SwangoCragina and Paul ThomasCynthia and Jean-Louis TrochuJanice and Gary WalshJulie and Jamie WeltonLea and Leo Yancey

Class of 2013Angelica and Josué AguilarLisa and Kyle AntesChris Bautista and Gretchen PollomSarah ’77 and Sam BloomShonn and Clarence BrownJennifer ’81 and Scott CarrKelli and A.J. ChabriaMichael Cohen and Ruth BakalLaurie and Joe DarlakCatie and Aaron EnricoJennifer and David GalardiWendy and Paul GenenderHeather and Chris GilkerEd Goff and Laura ChapuisMeg and Dave GravesMichelle and John GrimesMelissa and Geoff HarperKacy and Steve HolmesKatie and Jed Johnson

The following is a comprehensive list reflecting cumulative giving from individual donors for the period June 1, 2011, to May 31, 2012 sorted by constituency type. It includes cash contributions to annual, restricted, capital, and endowed funds.

Donors by Constituency

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George JosephJina KaiserKaren and Bob KnudsonLorri LancashireGina and Tom LandryAshley and Sam ’79 LeakeLindi and Chris LightDavid Mangelsdorf and Katrina CottonCandace and Rich MartinJordan McMakinMarlon McMakin and Camille VarlandPeggy ’73 and Dan MeyerDonna and Tim MitchellAmy and Brian MittsAnne and Tom MotlowLesa and Nick NikolaiSusan and Steve O’BrienTraci and Sean OwenSharon and David PfaffKhanh Pham and Victoria NguyenMonica and Toby Purdy Veenu and Rohit PuriEdna and Dante RenzulliCatherine and Will ’77 RoseTodd Shadle and Maria ReyesJim Savage and Kim HendersonGowri and Alex SharmaBernard Shaw and Julia SimonMelissa and Bobby SussmanKarin and Mark TribunaMitchell Ward and Pam Wills-WardAmy and Kelcy WarrenKrista WarrenJeannie and David WeisolyVivian and Eugene WilliamsJennifer and Matt Yarbrough

Class of 2014(100% participation)Bill Adams and Jennifer JordanStephanie and Paul BassmanHaise and Kevin BorgmannElizabeth and Robert BoyceNancy BussMelissa and William CollinsPam and Jason CreelMeghana and Harpreet DhallJennifer ’82 and Allen DickeyElise and Rob Fermier Kathy and Jeromy FielderSoume and Paul FosheeAmar Gande and Madhuri VusirikalaJenney and David GillikinKim and Clark GriffithPeter HollandAshley and Sam ’79 LeakeJen and Brett Lochridge

Nisha and Vikas LuniaPene and Eric MenierePeggy ’73 and Dan MeyerLaura and Erin MillerJon Morgan ’82 and Liz SeaburyKelly and David MoskovicSunny and Pavel NadolskySusan and Doug NessJayme and Salim NourallahNova and Lincoln PatelG.P. PedrosoCourtney and Mike ’73 PlumleeJeffrey Rahilly and Kimberly FreelandSangeeta and Ram RaiJen and Ravi RatanKristin and Ricky ReesKaren and Keller ReidDarla and Carl ScherzMolly and Michael SealyKiersten and Michael StockhamAlison and Dan StumpCandace and Max ’76 SwangoShannon and Jodie ThompsonCynthia and Jean-Louis TrochuLaura and Bryan TrubeyLisa and George WarrenJulie and Jamie WeltonDebbie and David WiggansShana and Barry WilcoxLea and Leo YanceyCarmen and Andy YungMichael Zhu and Jane Liu

Class of 2015Carol and Mark AndersonAnonymousChris Bautista and Gretchen PollomLeslie and David BennersLauryn and Jason BloomJennifer and Andrew BrylowskiIvonne and David CabralesTamara and David CampbellCathy and Mark CohenVivian and Billy DimasDoug Ehring and Ann SaucerDana and Tom GarnerJamie and Greg GauntWendy and Paul GenenderAshley and Kris GloverCindy and Michael HarringtonKristie and Tom HoitsmaJackie ’79 and Allan KatzAliya and Mushtak KhatriNancy KimMirjam and Chris KirkDonald Lee and Emily CatesPatty and Lam LeeKaren and Bruce LobdellSheryl and Eric MaasAngie and Jerry Martilik

Candace and Rich MartinAmy and Brian MittsNikki and Jason MorashRich Moses and Selwyn RayzorKate and Clay MoteNik Munshi and Sree KodaliWendy and Jay NewbergerJennifer and Brian NiccolMelissa and Norry NivenAphrodite and Sam PaulosSuzanne and Huy PhamCourtney and Mike ’73 PlumleeRamesh Raghunathan and Aarthi RamDanielle and Scott SealySaima and Sajid SiddiqiRobbin and Michael ’79 SolisMeredith and Barry ’79 SteinhartKenny Steinhart ’79Randi SteinhartJenny and Tim ’81 StobaughAmer Suleman and Mahvash AmerBaran Sumer and Jennifer LowneyMitchell Ward and Pam Wills-WardMi Jung and Jim WarnerJeannie and David WeisolyAimee ’85 and Josh Whitaker

Class of 2016Caroline and David ’81 AckermanJacqueline and Max AndersonLisa and Kyle AntesHeather and Ray BalestriLaura and Andy BaughmanTraci and Travis BlalockHaise and Kevin BorgmannAllison and Chris BovardMaura and Jason BradshawRebecca and Chad BrownShonn and Clarence BrownLori and David BrowneErika and Chad BurkhardtLaurie and Joe DarlakLisa and Harvey DavissonLaura and Bill DickasonMonica and Joe EastinCatie and Aaron EnricoShannon and Jeff EstesTim Foo and Kristine DoanJenney and David GillikinLaura ’86 and Brad GodkinMeg and Dave GravesJim Hakert and Jayne ColemanErin and Andrew HillmanKate and Jeff HoedebeckEsther and Paul HoodMelissa and Rob HuntDidem and Onur InanogluGunjan and Anurag Jain

Janine and Sasha JovanovicSabra KatzavAngela and Marc KleinChelsea and Mike LakeHolly and Bruce LanahanLaura and Rick LearKaren and Bruce LobdellNisha and Vikas LuniaDavid Mangelsdorf and Katrina CottonMaria and Federico MarroquinMelani and Craig McDougalKimberly and Neelesh MehendalePam and Carter MeyerErika and Jarod MossSusan and Doug NessRobyn and Brian ’74 NeuhoffWendy and Jay NewbergerJamie and Melbourne O’BanionAmisha and Amit PatelNova and Lincoln PatelSharon and David PfaffKristen and Clifton PhillipsRicki and Andy RabinJen and Ravi RatanKristin and Ricky ReesChris Rowley and Mandy DakeTodd Shadle and Maria ReyesNatalie and Lantz SharpeKiran Shivaswamy and Pushpa MahalingamNicole ’83 and Justin ’83 SmallMargaret ’77 and Glenn SolomonRachel and Marc StarrAmer Suleman and Mahvash AmerMelissa and Bobby SussmanCharmaine and George TangCragina and Paul ThomasLaura and Bryan TrubeyReggie TuckerLucy ’78 and Steve WrubelAmy and Mike Zicarelli

Class of 2017Nalini and Paul A. AggarwalHeather and Ray BalestriStephanie and Paul BassmanSpencer Bromberg and Aneta KucharskaJennifer and Andrew BrylowskiNancy BussKaren and Kyle ButlerIvonne and David CabralesRussell Canham and Raksha JainJennifer and Christian CatherKristie and Rob ClarkDan Clifford and Shannon Morse ’80Cathy and Mark CohenJennifer ’82 and Mike CroninMandy and Sean Davenport

Donors by Constituency

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Laura and Bill DickasonRicki and Randy EbnerMark Envani and Lori WardJen and Greg FominMarc Fuller and Bonnee SharpDavid Gerber and Lara JohnsonShona and Arlo GilbertAshley and Kris GloverLaura ’86 and Brad GodkinAshleigh and Will GravleeRobert Gross and Maya LeibmanCindy and Brian HansonCindy and Michael HarringtonTjepke Heeringa and Elizabeth Dodge ’83Jennifer and Justin HogueJerry Holzsweig and Marian SacklerJennifer and Steve HoughtonNicole and Brian HouseholderAmanda HyattKatie and Jed JohnsonSonia and Jatin KakkarJackie ’79 and Allan KatzChelsea and Mike LakeBrenna and Will LambertShiela and Justin LannenLaura and Rick LearLisa and Rick LevyLindi and Chris LightSusan and Mike MattaMonica and Matt ’86 McGrawNikki and Jason MorashJennifer and Jeff MorrisonRich Moses and Selwyn RayzorKelly and David MoskovicNik Munshi and Sree KodaliBrian Murawski and Michelle HartmannLily and Scott MyersJennifer and Brian NiccolSuzanne and Huy PhamMonica and Toby PurdyDinesh Rajan and Ramya RangarajanBrad Raper and Lisa CaseyUpendar Reddy and Tulika Jain Karen and Keller ReidNora ’92 and Will RenthalEdna and Dante RenzulliMaria and Bryan RutledgeMolly and Michael SealyPaul Staveteig and Gretchen ChampionMegan ’85 and Michael SternBaran Sumer and Jennifer LowneyLaura and Bryan TrubeyReggie TuckerVaughn Vennerberg and Kent KunkelMitchell Ward and Pam Wills-Ward

Sarah and Russell WeinbergAimee ’85 and Josh WhitakerShana and Barry WilcoxClaudia and Brian WingMary and Tom YangMarianna and Jon YellenMichael Zhu and Jane Liu

Class of 2018(100% participation)Arturo Aguilar and Gela GallardoAbbey and Fallon AhearnBasel Altrabulsi and Lana HamwiStacy and Tucker AndersonLaurie and Doug BarnellYasmin and Vik BhatiaAllison and Shell BlackStephanie and Kevin BowdenKristy and Taylor BowenMaura and Jason BradshawShonn and Clarence BrownLori and David BrowneMatt CampbellSarah CampbellDanielle and Jeff CateAshley and Robert CatheyTania and Pat ConroyEllen and Jamie CopakenDebbie and Chris CuzalinaMonica and Joe EastinShannon and Jeff EstesAllegra and Rob FeitoSoume and Paul FosheeNeha and Salil GaitondeHadley and Travis GaltJamie and Greg GauntMeg and Dave GravesCindy and Brian HansonLiz ’90 and Jeff HelfrichMark Henry and Marylene LeogierJesse Hochman and Jennifer PeroneKristie and Tom HoitsmaCorinne and Clay HufftAnnie and Patrick JacobsSonia and Jatin KakkarBecky and Matt KeaneKinnari and Gaurav KhatriMirjam and Chris KirkSunny and Craig KnockePaige and Tom KuchlerCarolyn and Kevin KuhnelAmy and Philip LangLisa and Rick LevyBrittany and Neal LoberJason Lu and Natalie DenCatherine LynnLindsey and Chris MaloneJenell and Andy MarkowskiPam and Carter MeyerBradley Miller ’77 and Talley Dunn

Jon Morgan ’82 and Liz SeaburyErika and Jarod MossMelissa and Norry NivenEllen and Marc OeschgerTaeri and Jonathan OhNathan Ohler and Heather RoseberryNatalie and Dirik OudtKristen and Clifton PhillipsRebecca and Will PostenRitu and Venu RaoRiteesha and Babu ReddyTracy and Michael RoybalRandee and Bobby RuizEllen and Douglas SammerNils Senvalds and Margee HockingMargaret ’77 and Glenn SolomonMeredith and Barry ’79 SteinhartMegan ’85 and Michael SternDenise and Chris ’83 StewartAlison and Dan StumpCharmaine and George TangMika and Nathan ThomasRachel and Chris TrowbridgeSuzanne and Chris TurnerVaughn Vennerberg and Kent KunkelMi Jung and Jim WarnerChristina and Allen ’89 WhiteMcKinley and Brandon WierTiffany and Clayton ’83 WilmerJenna and Lane WimberlyClaudia and Brian WingAmy and Mike Zicarelli

Grandparents Helma and Ed Ackerman Owen Ackerman ’16Suzanne and Nasim Akhtar Andrew Akhtar ’15 Sandra and Darren Avrea Margot Cathey ’18 Bob Baker Virginia Baker ’12Francis Barnes and Priscilla Wrubel Stella Wrubel ’16 Carol Baumer Thomas Matta ’12 Brooke Matta ’17 Heather and Larry Bein Charlie Rose ’12 Jack Rose ’13 Dorothy Bjorck Jack Cohen ’15 Caroline Cohen ’17 Sophia Cohen ’17 Georgia Sue Black Ben Meyer ’13 Margot Meyer ’14 Naomi and Bernard Bloom Hudson Bloom ’15

Joan Bowman Cruz Hoitsma ’15 Pilar Hoitsma ’18 Martha and Ron Bradshaw Claire Bradshaw ’16 Blythe Bradshaw ’18 Mary Brady Paul Sullivan ’12 Brenda and Stuart Brand Abby Brand ’12 Kay and Clarence Brown Evan Brown ’13 Ryan Brown ’16 Lily Brown ’18 Lynn Brown Hudson Brown ’16 Michelle and Sid Bundy Shaina Starr ’16 Cindy and Bob Campbell Susu Campbell ’15 Jean and John Cate Thomas Cate ’18 Mary Cates Mercer Lee ’15 Nancy and Ronnie Cathey Margot Cathey ’18 Sharon and Murray Cohen Jack Cohen ’15 Caroline Cohen ’17 Sophia Cohen ’17 Chanda and Ken Crane Josh Chabria ’13 Bobby and Jean Crates Campbell Crates ’12 Nancy Cronin Jack Cronin ’17 Gloria and Joe Darlak Jake Darlak ’13 Ella Darlak ’16 Susan and Mike Dodge Fina Heeringa ’17 Shirley and Ken Eason Claire Groves ’12

Donors by Constituency

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Rosemary and Roger Enrico Danny Enrico ’13 Gigi Enrico ’16 Joey Enrico ’16 Alicia Feito Mattea Feito ’18 Barbara and Ernie Feldgus Shae Galardi ’13 Peggy Fermier Xander Fermier ’14 Sophie and Arkady Fomin Aubrey Fomin ’17 Nita and John Ford Parker Owen ’13 Paula and Wallace Franklin Madelyn Neuhoff ’16 Jane Galt Mary Jane Galt ’18 Rekha and Uday Garadi Amar Kakkar ’17 Rohan Kakkar ’18 Beverly and Thurman Geddie Dwyer O’Brien ’13 Joan and Larry Genender Jack Genender ’13 George Genender ’15 Martha and Bob Gillikin Kate Gillikin ’14 Alexander Gillikin ’16 Beverly and Chuck Ginsburg Julia Small ’16 Gigi and Bud Goff Audrey Goff ’13 Laurie and Peter Grauer Logan Lear ’16 Finley Lear ’17 Nana Suzanne Green Alex Rabin ’12 Cooper Rabin ’16 Ellen and John Grimes Emma Grimes ’13 Barbara and Jim Hazlewood Jack Cronin ’17 Rita and Sandy Holzsweig Celia Holzsweig ’17 Dorris and Terry James Benton O’Banion ’16 Gayle Johansen Billy Lockhart ’12 Henry Morgan ’14 Ollie Morgan ’18 Jane and Elwyn Jones Briggs Jones ’12 Sally Junkins Anna Lobdell ’15 Jacob Lobdell ’16 Jeanie and Richard Knocke Davis Knocke ’18

Patti Knott Amber Renthal ’17 George Knudson Grace Knudson ’13 Mary and Danny Kureska Peyton Plumlee ’14 Alexa Plumlee ’15 Bonnie and Carl Lang Whitney Reid ’14 Caroline Reid ’17 Clem Lear Logan Lear ’16 Finley Lear ’17 Pat and Barry Macy Quentin Balestri ’16 Julian Balestri ’17 Pat and Ted Mandeville Griffin Benners ’12 Jackson Benners ’15 Susan and Richard Marcus Charlie Rose ’12 Jack Rose ’13 Rita and Jim Marquess Jackson Whitaker ’15 Austin Whitaker ’17 Helen and Bob McGraw Meredith McGraw ’17 Jane and Henry Meyer Ben Meyer ’13 Margot Meyer ’14 Su-Su and Jerry Meyer Julian Meyer ’16 Leo Meyer ’18 Shirley and Bob Miller Virginia Miller ’18 Mimi and Ron Moses Jack Moses ’15 Adair Moses ’17 Paulette Newberger Hanna Newberger ’15 Eva Newberger ’16 Angela Paulos Angeliki Paulos ’15 Marie and Lou Perone Nathaniel Hochman ’18 Cherie and Jim Pickett Ella Stewart ’18 Lainie Porter Porter Gaunt ’15 Natalie Gaunt ’18 Kay and Jim Preddy Alex Piccagli ’12 Barbara and Stan Rabin Alex Rabin ’12 Cooper Rabin ’16 Sandy and Philip Raskin Gus Solis ’12 Roman Solis ’15

Peggy Rayzor Jack Moses ’15 Adair Moses ’17 Jennie and Stuart Reeves Stella Wrubel ’16 Sheila Rice John Paul Noonan ’12 Peggy and Bill Roe Avery Borgmann ’12 Robert Borgmann ’14 William Borgmann ’16 Judy and Colin Rorrie Susu Campbell ’15 Deedie and Rusty Rose Charlie Rose ’12 Jack Rose ’13 Carol and Dave Rowley Thomas Rowley ’16 Dimple and Jack Royal Elizabeth Walsh ’12 Ellen and Lee Salzberger Noah Stern ’17 Mia Stern ’18 Judy and Dave Scull Virginia Baker ’12 Susan and Ian Shores Will Steinhart ’12 Matthew Steinhart ’15 Dena and Peter Silberman Brody Morrison ’17 Del Ruth Skaggs Caroline Anderson ’15 Cherie and Neal Small Julia Small ’16 Phyllis and Ron Steinhart Will Steinhart ’12 Meg Steinhart ’15 Matthew Steinhart ’15 Luke Steinhart ’18Sheila and Larry Stern Noah Stern ’17 Mia Stern ’18 Charlie Stobaugh Emery Stobaugh ’12 Delia Stobaugh ’15 Nancy and Kent Stobaugh Emery Stobaugh ’12 Delia Stobaugh ’15 Carlene and Jack Strobel Josh Chabria ’13 Ginger and Louis Sullivan Paul Sullivan ’12 Betsy and Bob Swango Jackson Swango ’12 Katherine Swango ’14 Meryl Katz ’15 Judd Katz ’17Barbara and John Thomas Lilly Sealy ’14 Georgia Sealy ’17

Sandra and Rice Tilley Campbell Crates ’12 Susan Tilley Campbell Crates ’12 Lynda and Jim Tonick Avery Henderson ’13 Gayle and Joe Weinberg John Weinberg ’17 Mona Wheatley Jack Bovard ’16 Karen Wilbur Kate Gillikin ’14 Alexander Gillikin ’16 Maggie and Ennis Williams Lydia Williams ’13 Suzy and Fletcher Yarbrough Jack Yarbrough ’13 Marjorie and George Yeonas Alex White ’18 Mary and Ken Yung Sophia Yung ’14

Alumni Donors by Decade1960sKathey ’63 and Bruce BeddowRoss Bee ’63Henry C. Beck ’64Rebecca and Jack ’64 GoetzAnne ’66 and Fernando PadillaEmily ’73 and David ’68 CorriganDodie and Jack ’68 FoxworthBeth ’68 and Joe UnisJill Bee ’69Kalita Beck Blessing ’69Leah and Jon ’69 GrossLeslie ’69 and Bob Krakow

1970sSusan and Brett ’71 BlakeyLaura ’71 and David ColeJulie ’75 and David ’71 FieldsAngela and Gary ’71 HorowitzStaci and Jeff ’71 MankoffAnne and Chris ’72 RoteEmily ’73 and David ’68 CorriganPeggy ’73 and Dan MeyerCourtney and Mike ’73 PlumleeBridget ’73 and Mark RussellMaria ’74 and Brent DauCarrie and Kyle ’74 FordRhonda and Jeffery ’74 MillerAlison ’74 and David MonnichRobyn and Brian ’74 NeuhoffEric Reeves ’74Amy Sheinberg ’74Glynnis and Denys ’74 SlaterLouis Zweig ’74

Donors by Constituency

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Robin Carder ’75Julie ’75 and David ’71 FieldsJane and Michael ’75 HurstEmily Jourdan ’75Eugenia ’75 and Frank-Paul KingMichelle ’75 and Stewart ThomasTracy and Kevin ’76 BrandJeffrey Naimon and Carla Wheeler ’76Karen ’76 and Richard PollockKelly and Robby ’76 RobinsonCandace and Max ’76 SwangoSarah ’77 and Sam BloomErik Charlton ’77Bradley Miller ’77 and Talley DunnCatherine and Will ’77 RoseMargaret ’77 and Glenn SolomonAmy Brown ’78Nils Senvalds and Margee Hocking ’78Hilary Jenkins ’78Adam Leventhal ’78Betsie ’78 and Jim SearsLucy ’78 and Steve WrubelJackie ’79 and Allan KatzAshley and Sam ’79 LeakeGreg Marquess ’79Rebecca ’79 and Keith McNealKay Ellen ’79 and Jake PollackRobbin and Michael ’79 SolisMeredith and Barry ’79 SteinhartKenny Steinhart ’79

1980sLauren Hudspeth ’80Dan Clifford and Shannon Morse ’80Caroline and David ’81 AckermanJennifer ’81 and Scott CarrGiggy ’81 and Peter JacobsonJustin Jones ’81Susan ’81 and Geoffrey MooreJenny and Tim ’81 StobaughAnne Yarbrough ’81Jennifer ’82 and Mike CroninJennifer ’82 and Allen DickeyJon Morgan ’82 and Liz SeaburyTjepke Heeringa and Elizabeth Dodge ’83Lisa and Chris ’83 GannettRachel ’83 and Brian LadinAmanda ’83 and Jeff RockowNicole ’83 and Justin ’83 SmallDenise and Chris ’83 StewartTiffany and Clayton ’83 WilmerAshley Greene ’84Joe Zopolsky ’84Heidi and Mike ’85 PickensMegan ’85 and Michael SternAimee ’85 and Josh Whitaker

Joe Davisson ’86 and Nancy SarmientoLaura ’86 and Brad GodkinMiriam and Jeffrey ’86 KitnerMonica and Matt ’86 McGrawCraig Meyers ’86Mindy Paine ’86Kathryn ’86 and Eric SchwesingerLouise and Charles ’87 MarshJoanna Elliott Whitsett ’87Sharon and Steven ’88 ClarkJoe Tauscher ’88Stuart Vetterick ’88Lisa ’89 and Richard HartmanCourtney ’89 and Brian JohnsonMary and Tom ’89 MercerJennifer ’89 and Mark MintzKristin ’89 and Aaron OrtegaChristina and Allen ’89 White

1990sFlauren ’90 and Jason BenderKerri ’90 and David GoldfarbLiz ’90 and Jeff HelfrichMarc Wallenstein ’90Lilly Albritton ’91Capera Clement-Norinsky ’91Lauren Brown ’92Nora ’92 and Will RenthalAshley and Anthony ’92 RuggeriFinley Harbaugh ’93Ashley ’93 and Brandon JohnsonSara Junkin ’93Craig Smith ’93Alissa Fagadau Zachary ’93 and Jordan ZacharyKatie ’94 and Nathan NelsonJoe Bumpas ’97Lauren Hosek ’97Helen Jury ’98

2000sMerrill Reiter ’01Wes Richter ’01Cate Wetzel ’01Natalie Breen ’02Thomas Duffy ’02Joel Fontenot ’02Andrew Jury ’02Katherine Levy ’02Katri Niemi ’02Chandler Weisbart ’02Natalie Jaynes ’03Andrew Kadesky ’03John Wetzel ’03Louis Andres ’04Rand Barnes ’04Joshua Fontenot ’04Richard Freling ’04Coco Freling ’04Kate Mosle ’04Jackson Olesky ’04

Mason Reiter ’04Marshall Stone ’04Emily Wisner ’04Sam Yonack ’04Kirby Brand ’05Grace Dau ’05Catherine Duffy ’05Jacqueline Ewens ’05Katie Kerrigan ’05Will Smith ’05Jessica Westberry ’05Noah Yonack ’05Miles Andres ’06Emily Church ’06Will Church ’06Caroline Cotten ’06Richard Eiseman ’06Tanner Hakert ’06Amanda Kadesky ’06Katie Payne ’06Ford Robinson ’06Maya Sawla ’06Callie Stone ’06Courtney Weisbart ’06P.T. Yager ’06Claire Cramm ’07Katherine Dau ’07Kendall DeSantis ’07Will Jaynes ’07Ali Smith ’07Sydney Yonack ’07Shelby Brand ’08Sloane Castleman ’08Meredith Hessel ’08David Kerrigan ’08Michael Mosle ’08Hayden Phillips ’08Kate Robinson ’08Zachary Drazner ’09Tate Hakert ’09Tommy Hessel ’09Lea Meyers ’09Whit Payne ’09

2010sAmelia Brown ’10Anna Cramm ’10Samuel Horowitz ’10Logan Krohn ’10Katherine Pollock ’10Alex Rose ’10Shelby Schultz ’10Camie Swango ’10Amanda Warren ’10Shea Castleman ’11Nadia Elchami ’11Skylar Kaye ’11Patrick Kerrigan ’11Penelope Piccagli ’11Matthew Pollock ’11Natalia Siddiqi ’11

Parents of AlumniHelma and Ed AckermanDebbie and Marc AndresBarbra and Bud ApplebaumKim and Randy BarnesNancy and Peter ’64 BeckCaroline and Scot BernsteinGeorgia Sue BlackSusan and Brett ’71 BlakeyCarolyn and Ronald BlumBrenda and Stuart BrandSusie and George BreenDiane and Pete BrickerLisa and Chuck BrownDiane and Stuart BumpasSally and Allen ButlerKim and Bruce ButlerNancy and Clint CarlsonAna and Don CartyAlexandra and John ChiltonMary Cynthia and Bill ChurchJo and Stanley CohenLaura ’71 and David ColeMary McDermott CookSusan and Chris CooperEmily ’73 and David ’68 CorriganMarilyn CorriganSusan and Walter CowgerHope and Gene CrammKitty and Tom CrossLacie and Pat CrowMaria ’74 and Brent DauJim DavisClaudia and Scott DavisLisa and Alan DeSantisSandy and Barry DiamondSusan and Mike DodgeMary and David DolanEllen and Mike DuffySam and Tim DurstBetsy and Richard EisemanLeslie and Wicky el-EffendiJulie ’75 and David ’71 FieldsBobbie and Leo FieldsJan and Bob FirthJenifer and Peter Flynn

Donors by Constituency

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Sherry and Joel FontenotJane and Neil FooteNita and John FordCarrie and Kyle ’74 FordDodie and Jack ’68 FoxworthDennis and Nikki GibsonBeverly and Chuck GinsburgJill and Brett GiroirRebecca and Jack ’64 GoetzMarilyn HalpinTania and Kevin HardageZoé and Todd HartBarbara and Jim HazlewoodCarolyn and Steve HessLillian and Greg HesselAngela and Gary ’71 HorowitzSandra and Rick IllesBeth and Brian JaynesCarolyn and Michael JaynesGayle JohansenMarietta Scurry JohnsonAnn Frances and Cliff JuryAnn and Keith KadeskyJennifer and Tom KarolTracy and Jeff KayeKirsten and Mike KerriganAllan King and Rebecca HamiltonEugenia ’75 and Frank-Paul KingRita and Jack KleinAmy and Darren KozelskyLeslie ’69 and Bob KrakowLisa and Peter KrausTricia and Jim KrohnPaul Labadie and Nancy WhittingtonRachel ’83 and Brian LadinLeslie and Michael LanahanEleanor LaneyTom Leatherbury and Pat Villareal

Carol and John LevyRayna and Michael LoebJill and Brent MagnusonStaci and Jeff ’71 MankoffDaysi and Manuel ManzanaresSheila McCartorHelen and Bob McGrawMaryann and Vince McKelveyMelissa and Barry McNeilElise and John MeadowsMarty and Jack MeltonJan and Tom MercerRory and Howard MeyersCarmen and Ludwig MichaelBruce Mickey and Barbara SchultzShirley and Bob MillerPatty and David MillerJennifer and Jon MosleLeslie and Jason NeedlemanBarbara and Bud NicholsLes Niemi and Sharon BrownEdith and Peter O’DonnellStacy and David OleskyDonna and Larry OlschwangerJim ParrishDan PattersonMissy and Bill PayneSonia PhilipsonMollie and Paul PinKay Ellen ’79 and Jake PollackKaren ’76 and Richard PollockLainie PorterMicki and Mike RawlingsJennie and Stuart ReevesLeanne and Mark ReiterKathy RitzKelly and Robby ’76 RobinsonMargaret and Bob RogersChristine and Dick Rogoff

Deedie and Rusty RoseSharon RossAnne and Chris ’72 RoteDonna and Byron RubinCarol and Tony RuggeriMeeta and Amar SawlaMarcia and Stephen SchaulBetty and Brian SchultzBetsie ’78 and Jim SearsRosemary and Zeke ShashouaKristin and Dan SimencNancy and Jim SkochdopoleGlynnis and Denys ’74 SlaterLil and Greg SmithPhyllis and Ron SteinhartCharlie StobaughNancy and Kent StobaughBill Stonaker and Tricia WilsonLisa and John StoneBeth ’79 and Mark StrombergLinda and Larry SuttonBetsy and Bob SwangoRobin and Jonathan ThalheimerMichelle ’75 and Stewart ThomasBeth ’68 and Joe UnisMark VarelBobbie and Andy VillarealMerry and Chad VoseKrystn and Scott WaddellHarianne and David WallensteinKenn Webb and Harriet Anne TabbKandi and Mark WeisbartCarolyn and David WestberryAnn and Brian WilsonPeggy and Rory WisnerJenna and Seth WoodberryWoody Woodward and Frances Coleman

Suzy and Fletcher YarbroughSheryl and Alan YonackSally and Barney Young

Friends and Former Faculty/Staff Susan and Hank AltermanSteve BrownBarry CreelMelisa and Jeff DorrillDanielle DupuisKerri ’90 and David GoldfarbKristen HayesJane KoernerColeta and Joe LewisMelissa and Rodney LindsayPat MattinglySusan and Paul MerklePaula and Jon MosleTheresa OverallJoan and Bill PayneTerri and Larry SengbushStephanie ShaferKent Skipper and Hilda RuchSabrina and Andy SternPat and Jim StevensManning TrubeyMeredith and Rand Wrighton

Donors by Constituency

Alumni Giving by Class 2011-2012

Listed below are the top ten classes for Alumni Giving participation and total dollars donated.

Class of % Participation Class of Total Class Donation

Alumni Council: 100% Alumni Giving participation

‘69 30% ‘69 $3,500 ‘06 20% ‘63 $2,500 ‘89 19% ‘90 $1,500 ‘11 18% ‘74 $ 750 ‘10 17% ‘87 $ 750 ‘04 15% ‘89 $ 659 ‘64 14% ‘78 $ 600 ‘81 14% ‘71 $ 500 ‘83 14% ‘73 $ 500 ‘86 14% ‘06 $ 405

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Organizations4-L EngineeringEdward and Wilhelmina Ackerman FoundationAmerican Endowment FoundationHanna AnderssonAnonymousBank of America Matching GiftsBank of TexasPhilip T. Bee Charitable TrustBlessing Family FoundationBNSF Railway FoundationBriggs Freeman Sotheby’s International RealtyChilton Land Management Inc.Classic BMWThe Coca-Cola FoundationCommunities Foundation of TexasThe Dallas FoundationDermatology Center of Denton, P.A.Eason Petroleum, Inc.The Aaron and Catie Enrico Family FoundationeScripEye Surgery of TexasFidelity Charitable Gift FundFirst Intercontinental CorporationThe Sara Beckham Foxworth FoundationGamster Food Services, LLC.GE FoundationGirl Scout of NE Texas Troop No. 3216Goldman, Sachs & Co.Jill Herz, Attorney at Law, P.C.The ISN Charitable Giving FundJones, Foster, Johnston & StubbsMargaret Jonsson Family FoundationThe Jerry R. Junkins Family FoundationThe Chris & Mirjam Kirk Donor Advised Fund of The Dallas FoundationThe Kirkwood Fund of The Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin CountiesLamplighter Parents’ AssociationMankoff Family FoundationMass Mutual Life Insurance Co.The Meadows FoundationMincey-Carter, PCMark Mintz and Jennifer Kitner FundOptimized, IncThe Paulos FoundationRashti & Mitchell Attorneys at LawEdward W. Rose III Family Fund of The Dallas FoundationSafeway, Inc.Savvy Source for ParentsSengbush Studio, Inc.Starcom MediaVest

Sullivan Family Foundation, Inc.Swag Stop, LLCTaco BellTargetTexas Instruments FoundationThe Toy MavenTrochu Family Living TrustG. Scott Waddell Company, Inc.Yum Restaurants International, Inc.M.B. & Edna Zale Foundation

Tribute GiftsMax Arroyo Martha and Nelson ArroyoLynn Gordon “Gordie” Bailey ’96 Leslie and Michael LanahanMatt Brenner Vicki RaneyRanell Brown Steve Brown Meredith and Rand WrightonJack Casey The Yellen FamilyArnie Cohen Jane KoernerAnna Cole Laura ’71 and David ColeKelly Cole Laura ’71 and David ColeJennifer Coleman Elise Murphy Marynell MurphyJake Conroy Tania and Pat ConroyLeo F. Corrigan, Jr. Leslie ’69 and Bob KrakowSandy Diamond Jennifer and Jon Mosle Vicki RaneyXander Fermier Peggy FermierSara Beckham Foxworth Jack Foxworth ’68George Genender Wendy and Paul GenenderJack Genender Wendy and Paul GenenderAlexander Gillikin Karen ’76 and Richard PollockKate Gillikin Karen ’76 and Richard PollockJudy Ginsburg Beverly and Chuck GinsburgEmma Grimes Michelle and John GrimesRobert Halpin Pat MattinglyAnne Marie Helfrich Liz ’90 and Jeff Helfrich Pat Mattingly

Katherine Elizabeth Helfrich Pat MattinglyJoan Buchanan Hill Jennifer and Jon Mosle Vicki Raney Chris Rowley and Mandy DakeKirsten Kerrigan Marietta Scurry JohnsonKatie Kerrigan ’05 Kirsten and Mike KerriganDavid Kerrigan ’08 Kirsten and Mike KerriganPatrick Kerrigan ’11 Kirsten and Mike KerriganSheila McCartor Leah and Jon ’69 Gross Jennifer and Jon MosleSue McCullough Barry CreelMeredith Kindle McGraw Helen and Bob McGrawPaul D. Miller, Jr. Leslie ’69 and Bob Krakow Mincey-Carter, PCBrody Morrison Jennifer and Jeff Morrison Dena and Peter SilbermanKate Mosle ’04 Julie ’75 and David ’71 Fields Dennis and Nikki Gibson The Krakow Family Karen ’76 and Richard Pollock Sheryl and Alan Yonack M.B. & Edna Zale FoundationElise Murphy Vicki RaneyMarynell Murphy Vicki RaneyClass of 1969 Leah and Jon ’69 GrossKaren Pollock ’69 Caroline and Scot Bernstein Marietta Scurry Johnson Melissa and Barry McNeilAmber Renthal Patti KnottEd Ritenour Vicki RaneyJoan and Robert Robinson Kelly and Robby ’76 RobinsonJulia Small Beverly and Chuck GinsburgFrank Welch Karen ’76 and Richard PollockMary Wells Sabrina and Andy Stern

The following list reflects giving from organizational donors and tribute gifts for the period June 1, 2011, to May 31, 2012.

It includes cash contributions to annual, restricted, capital, and endowed funds.

Organizational Donors and Tribute Gifts

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15+ YEARS Jack Foxworth ’68 22Goldman, Sachs & Co. 22Kathey ’63 and Bruce Beddow 21Linda and John Cauley 21Liz Curlin 21Sheila McCartor 21Sue McCullough 21Marty and Jack Melton 21Pam and Ken O’Krent 21Kathy Ritz 21Diane and Stuart Bumpas 20Rita and Jack Klein 18Susie and George Breen 17Mary and David Dolan 17Carol and John Levy 17Carmen and Ludwig Michael 17Nancy and Jim Skochdopole 17Michelle ’75 and Stewart Thomas 16Anne Yarbrough ’81 16Lisa and Peter Kraus 15Jennifer and Jon Mosle 15Elise Murphy 15Claude White 15

10+ YEARS Tracy and Kevin ’76 Brand 14Laura ’71 and David Cole 14Maria ’74 and Brent Dau 14Sally Junkins 14Kirsten and Mike Kerrigan 14Patty and David Miller 14Jody Stout 14Robin and Jonathan Thalheimer 14Carolyn and David Westberry 14Heather and Chris Gilker 13Helen Jury ’98 13Jennifer and Tom Karol 13Jill and Brent Magnuson 13Kathryn and John Szwejkowski 13Bobbie and Andy Villareal 13Steve Brown 12Hope and Gene Cramm 12Jane Koerner 12Marynell Murphy 12Carrie Wright 12Amy and Matt Brenner 11Amy Brown ’78 11Mary Cynthia and Bill Church 11The Coca-Cola Foundation 11Kitty and Tom Cross 11Ellen and John Grimes 11Jim Hakert and Jayne Coleman 11Jill and Paul Herz 11Eugenia ’75 and Frank-Paul King 11Rayna and Michael Loeb 11Johanna and Greg Nystrom 11Merrill Reiter ’01 11Cheryl Shulman 11Reagan Tate 11Sarah and Russell Weinberg 11Beth and Rob Baker 10Allison and Chris Bovard 10Angela and John Crates 10

Shirley and Ken Eason 10Judy and Robert Gass 10Michelle and John Grimes 10Shelly and Todd Groves 10Lillian and Greg Hessel 10Andrew Jury ’02 10Leslie ’69 and Bob Krakow 10Rachel ’83 and Brian Ladin 10Lisa and Rick Levy 10Talley and Bradley ’77 Miller 10Kate and Mark Ogden 10Karen ’76 and Richard Pollock 10Deedie and Rusty Rose 10Catherine and Will ’77 Rose 10Sharon Ross 10Betty and Brian Schultz 10Terri and Larry Sengbush 10Sengbush Studio, Inc. 10Ynetta and Dwayne Spencer 10Kenny Steinhart ’79 10Phyllis and Ron Steinhart 10Candace and Max ’76 Swango 10Patricia and John Vermillion 10

5+ YEARSBrenda and Stuart Brand 9Lisa and Chuck Brown 9Ivonne and David Cabrales 9Tamara and David Campbell 9Susan and Chris Cooper 9Jina Kaiser 9Lyndsey Marron 9Donna and Tim Mitchell 9Anne ’66 and Fernando Padilla 9Lakeshia and Chris Peters 9Sonia Philipson 9Ricki and Andy Rabin 9Judy and Colin Rorrie 9Judy and Dave Scull 9Margaret ’77 and Glenn Solomon 9Susan and Hank Alterman 8Carol Baumer 8Sally and Allen Butler 8Jenifer and Peter Flynn 8Melissa and Geoff Harper 8Jane and Michael ’75 Hurst 8Giggy ’81 and Peter Jacobson 8Tracy and Jeff Kaye 8Miriam and Jeffrey Kitner ’86 8Angela and Marc Klein 8Shari and Andy Krage 8Stacy and Lawrence Piccagli 8Vicki Raney 8Mason Reiter ’04 8Marcia and Stephen Schaul 8April and David Seeds 8Bernard Shaw and Julia Simon 8Jenny and Tim ’81 Stobaugh 8Bill Adams and Jennifer Jordan 7Laura and Andy Baughman 7Leslie and David Benners 7Sarah ’77 and Sam Bloom 7Lauren Brown ’92 7Jenny and Pete Bulban 7

Kelli and A.J. Chabria 7Doug Ehring and Ann Saucer 7Leslie Ezelle and Libby Toudouze 7Carrie and Kyle ’74 Ford 7Angela and Gary ’71 Horowitz 7Melissa and Rob Hunt 7Mirjam and Chris Kirk 7Michelle and Bill Lockhart 7Kristen and Brian McCool 7Gayle and David McCoy 7Marlon McMakin and 7 Camille VarlandBruce Mickey and Barbara Schultz 7Lily and Scott Myers 7Susan and Doug Ness 7Katri Niemi ’02 7Susan and Steve O’Brien 7Darla and Carl Scherz 7Nancy and Kent Stobaugh 7Kiersten and Michael Stockham 7Carlene and Jack Strobel 7Cynthia and Jean-Louis Trochu 7Julie and Jamie Welton 7Bryant Wolf 7Lucy ’78 and Steve Wrubel 7Lea and Leo Yancey 7Martha and Nelson Arroyo 6Georgia Sue Black 6Susan and Brett ’71 Blakey 6Shonn and Clarence Brown 6Melanie and Marty Buckholt 6Jennifer ’81 and Scott Carr 6Laurie and Joe Darlak 6Catie and Aaron Enrico 6Joan and Larry Genender 6Wendy and Paul Genender 6Ed Goff and Laura Chapuis 6Kerri ’90 and David Goldfarb 6Meg and Dave Graves 6Tanner C. Hakert ’06 6Tania and Kevin Hardage 6Peter Holland 6Maggie and Jeff Hollway 6Karen and Bob Knudson 6June and Jason Landry 6Jen and Brett Lochridge 6David Mangelsdorf and 6 Katrina Cotton Candace and Rich Martin 6Susan and Mike Matta 6Peggy ’73 and Dan Meyer 6Esther and Jaime Mondragon 6Robyn and Brian ’74 Neuhoff 6Ann and Paul Noonan 6Sharon and David Pfaff 6Khanh Pham and Victoria Nguyen 6Monica and Toby Purdy 6Rashti & Mitchell Attorneys at Law 6Sheila Rice 6Gowri and Alex Sharma 6Randi Steinhart 6Bill Stonaker and Tricia Wilson 6Pam Wills-Ward and Mitchell Ward 6Lisa and George Warren 6Sally and Barney Young 6

Joe Zopolsky ’84 6Caroline and David ‘81 Ackerman 5Helma and Ed Ackerman 5Jessa Adler 5Stephanie and Paul Bassman 5Chris Bautista and 5 Gretchen Pollom Carrie and Josh Bays 5Flauren ‘90 and Jason Bender 5Kalita Beck Blessing ‘69 5Naomi and Bernard Bloom 5Lauryn and Jason Bloom 5Sarah Burdick 5Anne and Bruce Buswell 5Melissa and William Collins 5Angie and Father Chris 5 Constantinides Susan and Mike Dodge 5Soume and Paul Foshee 5Amar Gande and 5 Madhuri Vusirikala Jenney and David Gillikin 5Laura ‘86 and Brad Godkin 5Jezabel Guadalupe 5Debbie and Jonathan Herskovitz 5Kristie and Tom Hoitsma 5Marietta Scurry Johnson 5Janine and Sasha Jovanovic 5Jeffrey Kaplan and Lisa Newman 5The Kirkwood Fund of The Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Marin Counties 5Gina and Tom Landry 5Nick Leggatt 5Lindi and Chris Light 5Nisha and Vikas Lunia 5Pat and Ted Mandeville 5Melani and Craig McDougal 5Amy and Brian Mitts 5Jon Morgan ‘82 and Liz Seabury 5Anne and Tom Motlow 5Traci and Sean Owen 5Mollie and Paul Pin 5Courtney and Mike ‘73 Plumlee 5Jen and Ravi Ratan 5Kristin and Ricky Rees 5Eric Reeves ‘74 5Leanne and Mark Reiter 5Molly and Michael Sealy 5Todd Shadle and Maria Reyes 5Melissa and Bobby Sussman 5Linda and Larry Sutton 5Betsy and Bob Swango Barbara and John Thomas 5Laura and Bryan Trubey 5Amy and Kelcy Warren 5Jessica Westberry ‘05 5Aimee ‘85 and Josh Whitaker 5Jill Wiedman 5Debbie and David Wiggans 5Karen Wilbur 5Shana and Barry Wilcox 5Suzy and Fletcher Yarbrough 5Carmen and Andy Yung 5Mary and Ken Yung 5

We have made every effort to give proper credit to all who have so generously contributed to The Lamplighter School during the 2011 – 2012 fiscal year. We regret any omissions or errors, and request that any such oversight be reported to the Advancement Office at 214-369-9201 ext. 365 or [email protected]

Keepers of the Flame includes individuals who have given consecutively to Lamplighter’s Annual Fund for five or more years.

Keepers of the Flame

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The following reflects pledges and contributions received by May 31, 2012, to Lamplighter’s Endowed Funds.

Erik Jonsson Endowment for Teacher Development $100,000Lamplighter Faculty Professional Development Endowment $26,535Lamplighter Faculty Salary Support Endowed Fund $133,732Lamplighter Financial Aid Endowed Fund $85,712Lamplighter General Endowed Fund $851,240Lamplighter Media Center Endowed Fund $34,999Lamplighter Technology Endowed Fund $38,568

The Chandler ’09, Cameron ’10 and Campbell ’12 Crates Endowed Fund $50,000Margaret Jonsson Family Foundation Endowed Fund $100,000 The Jerry R Junkins Family Foundation Endowed Fund $50,000The Kraus Family Endowed Fund $125,000The Patty and David Miller Family Endowed Fund $100,000The Katie ’06 and Whit ’09 Payne General Endowed Fund $75,000Sharma Family General Endowed Fund $50,000Klyde Warren ’13 Endowed Fund $100,000

The Carty Faculty Professional Development Endowed Fund $50,000The Pollock Faculty Professional Development Endowed Fund $50,000

Alumni Faculty Salary Support Endowed Fund $176,152The Carty Faculty Salary Support Endowed Fund $150,000LPA Faculty Salary Support Endowed Fund $1,188,926

Chang-Myers Family Financial Aid Endowed Fund $51,000Eugene McDermott Foundation Financial Aid Endowed Fund $50,000The Jess Merkle Family Foundation Financial Aid Endowed Fund $50,000The Kate ’04 and Michael ’08 Mosle Financial Aid Endowed Fund $75,000Katherine ’10 and Matthew ’11 Pollock Financial Aid Endowed Fund $50,006

Campbell Media Center Endowed Fund $50,000The John W. Rose Media Center Endowed Fund $50,000

Maggie Corrigan Visiting Artist Endowed Fund $50,100Dooley Author Endowed Fund $50,000Endowed Fund for Pre-Kindergarten Program $58,000Suzanne & B.G. Porter Community Education Endowed Fund $75,000The Charles H. Rose Environmental Science Endowed Fund $50,000Carrie ’00 and Cody ’08 Thoma Patterson Environmental Science Endowed Fund $50,700Endowed Fund for Music $3,333Ward-Purdy Faculty Diversity Endowment Fund $50,000

The Agritelley Family Technology Endowed Fund $10,000The Edward Alexander Rose Technology Endowed Fund $50,000The Ford/Varel and Owen Families Technology Endowed Fund $50,000The Krakow Rushton Technology Endowed Fund $50,000

Approximate Total of Permanently Endowed Funds $4,459,003

Endowment Progress

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Science educator, comedian, television host, actor, mechanical engineer, writer, and scientist best known as host of the Disney/PBS children's science show “Bill Nye the Science Guy.”

Parenting expert and author of the New York Times bestselling parenting book "The Blessing of a Skinned Knee" and new book, "The Blessing of a B Minus.”

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