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L I N D S E Y W I L S O N C O L L E G E

President’s Annual Report and

Honor Roll of Donors

2017-2018

A YEAR TO

CELEBRATE


From the President’s Desk

Susan Adams from Somerset, Ky.,

shakes hands with LWC President

William T. Luckey Jr. as she accepts her

diploma during the 2018 spring commencement

ceremony held in Biggers

Sports Center on Saturday, May 12.

Adams, a human services and counseling

graduate celebrated her accomplishment

with her son, Logan Adams.

They walked the commencement line

together and earned the same degree.

Read more on page 4.

Seeing our students succeed is at the very core of the Lindsey Wilson

College mission. Our efforts are focused on helping every student reach his

or her potential and achieve their educational and career goals.

In this 2017-18 annual report, you will read about six individuals and

their LWC journey from student to graduate. The stories are not just about

academic achievement. Rather, they are about young men and women who

were empowered by the support of the LWC community and used it to propel

themselves to success.

● Dylan Beasley ’17 of Bloomfield, Ky., whose work ethic on and

off the field found him playing football in Norway.

● Kamil Malone ’18 of Nashville, Tenn., who works with young

people at Caverna (Ky.) High School through the AmeriCorps program.

● Makenzie Montano ’18 of Louisville, Ky., who took adversity and

loss and transformed it into a college volleyball career filled with passion

and purpose.

Their stories are but a small sample of the of the hundreds of inspiring

stories happening everyday at Lindsey Wilson. I wish we could tell them

all. Therefore, it is only appropriate that a publication dedicated to the students

at LWC should also celebrate a fundraising campaign designed to enhance

the LWC experience for students. The Values-Centered

Student-Focused Campaign with a goal to raise a minimum of $40 million

during the 5-year period of July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2018 exceeded its goal

when it ended this past summer.

In fact, the Lindsey Wilson community,

alumni and friends raised

EVERY

STUDENT

$41,472,606. I want to thank you

EVERY

for your confidence and trust in

LWC and assure you that your investments

will pay high returns. Browse the enclosed flyer to read more

DAY

about the campaign and what it has accomplished to date.

We are always pleased when Lindsey Wilson College sets and meets institutional

goals and I want to extend my sincerest gratitude to the LWC

alumni, friends and the Columbia-Adair County community for consistently

demonstrating your strong support of our college. But our happiest moments

come when our students fulfill their dreams and become productive

and contributing members of society. And that, friends, is the most important

success of all.

– William T. Luckey Jr.

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Volleyball Superstar Transforms

Personal Loss Into a College

Career Driven By Purpose

Lindsey Wilson College volleyball program made history on December

2, 2017, in Sioux City, Iowa when the Blue Raiders captured the program’s

first NAIA Championship -- a 3-1 win over Dordt (Iowa) College.

The win capped a perfect 35-0 season for the Blue Raiders.

For senior setter Makenzie Montano of Louisville, Ky., the win was the

culmination of four years of hard work and perseverance – and a

promise she made to her late mother, Donna.

As a volleyball player, Montano’s earned an impressive list of honors

and awards: AVCA Southeast Region Player of the Year and 2017 Mid-

South Conference Player of the Year, the NAIA tournament’s most

valuable player, 2017 NAIA Volleyball Player of the Year and first-team

All-American. Montano finished her LWC career as the program’s alltime

leader in assists during the season.

Montano dedicated her volleyball and college career to her late

mother, who passed away of kidney cancer immediately before her

freshman year of college. Montano graduated from LWC in May with a

degree in communication.

The following is a news article about Montano’s journey to LWC that

was published in the Sioux City (Iowa) Journal before the

championship match in December.

Mom’s death ‘set’ college choice for Lindsey Wilson senior.

Less than two weeks after the death of her mother, Makenzie

Montano called Andy Cavins, volleyball coach at Lindsey Wilson

College in Columbia, Kentucky.

Montano told Cavins she had nowhere to go. She needed

help.

Montano and Cavins stand in Sioux City this week (December,

2017) to compete for the NAIA National Volleyball Championship.

The tournament represents the final action for

Montano in a most fulfilling playing career, one whose collegiate

arc began in August 2012 when Donna Montano was diagnosed

with stage IV kidney cancer.

“On the second day of my junior year in high school, my

mom had a nine-hour surgery,” Makenzie Montano says.

Makenzie’s parents, Tony and Donna Montano, divorced

when Makenzie was 5 years old. Her older sister, Morgan Montano,

was a student at Western Kentucky University in 2012. It

meant that Makenzie, a junior at Mercy Academy High School

in Louisville, Kentucky, resided at home, largely alone, during

her junior year. Well, when she wasn’t sleeping next to her

mother at the hospital.

The cancer moved to Donna Montano’s spine in February

2013. Six months later, Makenzie Montano signed a volleyball

scholarship offered by Queens University of Charlotte, North

Carolina, an NCAA Division II institution nearly 500 miles

from Louisville.

However, by the start of Montano’s high school senior year,

her mother’s condition worsened. By the early spring of 2014,

the family knew time was running out. Makenzie and her date

for the senior prom stopped by the hospital to see her mother.

On July 3, 2014, Donna Montano collapsed at home. Makenzie

rode along in the ambulance, shouting at her mother, imploring

her to wake up.

“She was having seizures and would only respond to my

voice,” she says.

Eleven days later, Makenzie sat with her mother in her room

at an assisted living facility in Louisville. Her mother rolled

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away from her daughter

and lay on her side,

prompting Makenzie to

ask, “Mom, are you OK?”

“My mom turned back

over, looked me dead in

the eye and said, ‘I love

you more than you will

ever know.’”

It was the last time

Donna Montano spoke.

Seconds later, she suffered

a seizure and fell into a

coma. She died a few

hours later, at 12:27 a.m.

Montano and her mother,

Donna.

Montano said her favorite part of winning the national

championship was celebrating with her teammates.

“...these girls are my family and winning this with

them is so sweet and it was my last game, so way to

go!”

on July 15, 2014, just three minutes after Makenzie and sister

Morgan ran into her room. Makenzie said it was her mother’s

last selfless act, shielding her daughters from watching her die.

“That was just like Mom,” Makenzie says.

Makenzie Montano, then 18-years-old, helped plan her

mother’s funeral. She signed papers to have her cremated. She

stayed at home, surrounded by her sister and her father. In a

matter of days, she was supposed to make an eight-hour drive

to Queens University.

“Around July 25, I called the coach at Queens and asked for

my release from their scholarship,” she says. “I told them I

couldn’t go that far from home. I wasn’t ready to do that. They

understood.”

She then called Coach Cavins, a man who had served as a

recommendation for Montano’s scholarship application at

Queens. Cavins had coached Montano in one season of club

volleyball. “I called Coach Cavins and said I had nowhere to

go,” Montano said. “I asked if he could help me out.”

He did. Cavins asked Montano to fill out an application for

admission to Lindsey Wilson College. She followed orders and

did it that night.

Officials expedited the paperwork and let Montano know

that, as a high school graduate with a 3.98 grade-point average,

she’d earn academic and athletic scholarships.

“I’d never been to Lindsey Wilson College before,” Montano

remembers. “I’d barely heard of it. My only connection was

Coach Cavins.”

She made the 102-mile drive and visited the school on July

27, 2014. She moved in one week later. She has since started

four years as the setter for the Blue Raiders, who begin pool

play in the national tournament at 9 a.m. Tuesday against Texas

Wesleyan, of Fort Worth Texas.

“I didn’t choose Lindsey Wilson,” Montano says, “Lindsey

Wilson chose me.”

The college, she says, saved her, allowing her to remain

close to home while extending her playing career, something

she’s passionate about. Coach Cavins and his wife, Jessica

Cavins, and their 3-year-old son, Kellar Cavins, have become

Montano’s second family. Cavins called his setter this summer

and asked to connect with her father, Tony Montano, simultaneously.

Cavins took the opportunity to laud the elder Montano

for his support of his daughter through an extremely trying

time. “I wouldn’t have made it without my dad,“ Makenzie

Montano says.

And then Cavins disclosed that his star setter, a first-team

NAIA All-American as a junior, would be on full scholarship

her senior year.

The news allowed the Montanos to go car shopping as

Makenzie had been without wheels for six months following an

accident.

After her graduation, Makenzie Montano, a communications

major with a 3.94 grade-point average, plans to enter graduate

school at Lindsey Wilson while possibly working as a graduate

assistant in the volleyball program, one way in which she’ll return

some of what Lindsey Wilson College has offered her.

While Montano, player of the year in the Mid-South Conference,

can’t wait to get going in the national tournament, she remains

a bit reflective this week, examining how her mother’s

fight against cancer ultimately set her collegiate volleyball career

in motion.

Her mother, she says, is never far from her thoughts, especially

on the volleyball court. She shows off a tattoo that reads,

“Always on my mind. Forever in my heart. 7-15-14.”

“The tattoo is on my right side, which is odd for a tattoo on

the ribs,” she admits. “I did that to hide it, and because my

mom was always my right hand, my best friend.”

The Blue Raider setter also wears a necklace. Before each

match, she removes the necklace and, prior to placing it in her

bag, gives it a kiss.

The necklace also features that date: 7-15-2014; a day she’ll

never forget, for all the right reasons.

This article was originally published in the Sioux City

Journal on Nov. 27, 2017.

It is reprinted with the permision of columnist,

Tim Gallagher. For more information email

tgallagher@siouxcityjournal.com.

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Mother and Son

Graduate Together

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For Susan and Logan Adams of Somerset, Ky., Lindsey Wilson

College was a family affair. The mother and son graduated

together from LWC at the college’s 107th commencement ceremony

on May 12.

The Adams walked side by side to the commencement stage

to receive their degrees.

“When I found out my mother could walk in commencement

the same day as me, I was so happy,” said Logan. “She deserved

to be celebrated and to celebrate. I was so proud of her. I

knew how hard she worked for her degree on top of being married

and a mom with a full-time job. She’s also very active in

her church. It’s unbelievable.”

Susan said it was special to share the day with her son.

“It didn’t truly become real until walking into Biggers Sports

Center,” said Susan, a 1986 graduate of Russell County High

School in Russell Springs, Ky. “To be able to share this milestone

with my son beside me is a blessing that not many people

get to have.”

Susan said she was also nervous about drawing attention

away from her son.

“I vividly remember my mother expressing her hesitance

about walking in the commencement exercises with me,” said

Logan. “I told her this was as much her moment to celebrate as

it was mine. I am so glad I got to share that day with her.”

Not only did Susan and Logan graduate together, but they

also earned the same degree – a bachelor of arts in human services

and counseling. They said that going through the journey

together strengthened their relationship.

“This is one more thing we have in common,” said Susan.

“We talked about homework, papers and courses we had both

taken. We would bounce ideas off each other regarding the field

of human services. It made my experience that much more rewarding.”

Susan earned her degree through LWC’s community campus

at Somerset Community College. Logan had a more traditional

“We talked about homework, papers and courses

we had both taken. We would bounce ideas off

each other... it made my experience that much

more rewarding.”

The Adams family had double the reason to celebrate during LWC’s 2018 spring

commencement ceremony.

experience by enrolling on the A.P. White Campus and living in

residence halls.

“I will always be thankful for my time at LWC,” said Susan.

“Although I was not able to spend much time on campus, every

time I was there I felt supported and had no trouble finding help

with whatever I needed. I was able to learn about not only my

profession but about myself as well.”

For Logan, LWC was his second home.

“LWC felt like home to me,” he said. “It’s a place that I

knew I could have unlimited opportunities for growth, but still

enjoy the close-knit community atmosphere. I think the hardest

part of my college experience for me was leaving. Leaving an

incredible community that has given me so much. My fear is

that I hadn’t sufficiently given back to the LWC family as much

as it had given to me.”

The Adams family has a deep connection to LWC. Vice President

for Student Services and Enrollment Management Dean

Adams ’78 is Susan’s brother-in-law and Logan’s uncle. Dean’s

wife, Valerie J. Murrell ’90 Adams once served as the college’s

alumni director. And their daughter, Devon Adams Jett is a

2002 LWC graduate. Logan’s cousin, Caleb, will graduate in

December 2018.

“Dean was someone who I considered a mentor during my

time at the college,” said Susan. “His wisdom and leadership

are strong examples for what I wanted to get out of my education.”

Dean Adams said it was a special time in his life when

Logan and Susan graduated from LWC.

“It is always affirming when someone in my family chooses

to attend LWC,” said Dean. “However, when you get to witness

your sister-in-law and nephew walk across the commencement

stage on the same day, it is such a special occasion. I’m not surprised

that Susan and Logan earned degrees in human services.

They both have such a heart for helping other people. I’m extremely

proud of them and LWC.”


Mountain Laurel

Festival Queen And

Student Mentor

When Lindsey Wilson College senior Gabby Pyles entered

the 2018 Kentucky Mountain Laurel Festival in May, she said

she had no clue what she was “getting in to.”

“I didn’t know how to do a curtsey so I watched all these

videos online to try to figure out how,” Pyles laughed about

preparing for the event. “The girls in the videos were very elaborate,

doing all this stuff with their arms. I knew I could not do

that, that’s not me. So about 20 minutes before I was to do my

curtsey, I asked my host to show me how to do a simple, short

curtsey and that was good enough for me.”

The curtsey might have been simple, but it was good enough

to get the judges’ attention. Pyles became only the second LWC

representative to be crowned Kentucky Mountain Laurel Festival

queen. The other LWC queen was Devon Adams ’02 Jett in

2001.

Pyles was chosen as queen from 20 candidates who represented

Kentucky colleges and universities. Her escort was

human services and counseling senior Sam Kiger of Elizabethtown,

Ky.

“It was all just a completely new experience for me because

I’ve never done a pageant or anything like that before,” said

Pyles.

In its 88th year in Pineville, Ky., Kentucky Mountain Laurel

Festival is Kentucky’s second longest-running festival (the

Kentucky Derby Festival is the longest). Pageant activities and

festival events take place over a four-day period, beginning

with a Thursday-night concert and an introduction of the pageant

contestants. The festival’s highlight is the coronation of the

queen on Saturday afternoon at Pine Mountain State Park, Kentucky’s

oldest state park. Candidates are judged on appearance,

personality, manners, poise and cooperativeness.

“It is such a big deal there, the whole downtown of Pineville

(Ky.) is involved,” said Pyles. “Everyone comes out and supports

it.”

Pyles made an early impression on her hosts by mentioning

one particular skill.

“On Thursday night I was told that I needed to introduce myself

on stage,” said Pyles. “They didn’t really give specific instructions,

just the basics and maybe a fun fact about myself. So

I told the audience that my fun fact was that ‘I can solve a

Rubik’s Cube in one minute and 11 seconds.’ Needless to say I

spent the rest of the weekend solving Rubik’s Cube for all these

kids around the festival.”

Pyles said that one of her favorite things about the Kentucky

Campbellsville native and LWC senior Gabby Pyles

won the 2018 Kentucky Mountain Laurel Festival in

May. Pyles is only the second representative from

LWC in the 88-year history of the festival to win the

coveted title.

Mountain Laurel Festival was the opportunity to meet people

and share her faith.

“I like how we just had so many opportunities to talk to people

and make friends and relationships,” she said. “I’m such a

people person, I really enjoyed that. All I really had to do was

be myself and have fun and let Jesus talk and work through me.

I loved having the opportunity to share about the Lord so

much.”

She also said that she made friendships that she hopes will

last a lifetime.

“I met so many awesome girls and I’m already talking to a

couple of them about planning a get-together,” she said.

A week after her coronation, Pyles left for the Dominican

Republic for a five-and-a-half week internship with Go Ministries

of Louisville, Ky.

“I visited the Dominican Republic for one week last summer

with a Lindsey Wilson mission team,” she said. “This year I

was there longer. I was assigned to a new team each week, and

I accompanied them to their service sites and activities.”

Pyles is a member of a variety of clubs and organizations on

campus, including LWC Singers, Bonner Scholars, Student

Ambassadors and Peer Mentors. She is the founder and captain

of the campus chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Pyles said she especially enjoys serving as a mentor to

younger LWC students.

“I love working with freshmen, it’s always been one of my

favorite things,” she said. “Freshmen are still searching for their

purpose, and it’s cool to be a Peer Mentor and get to be a positive

voice in their life.”

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An

Unexpected

Journey

Kamil Malone Turns To

Past Experiences To

Find His Life’s Calling

When Kamil Malone looks back at his time before he was a

Lindsey Wilson College student, he sees the life experiences

that led straight to his major. But it took his experiences at

LWC to help him discover what would make him truly happy.

“My original plan was to major in accounting,” said Malone.

“I was a business major with an accounting emphasis, and then

I changed to communication. But none of it seemed to suit me.”

Malone said his experiences made him realize that working

with children is what he really wanted to do.

“Through my experience of going on mission trips in high

school to Haiti, I realized that I should funnel that passion into

my career path,” he said. “I wanted to become a mental health

counselor for kids, especially troubled youth, and the human

services and counseling degree was perfect for me.”

Malone heard about LWC when he was a junior at Brentwood

Academy, a private Christian school in Nashville, Tenn.

His football coach introduced him to one of the LWC football

coaches who was visiting Brentwood on a recruiting trip, and

Malone said that the two hit it off immediately.

“We had a great conversation that day,” said Malone. “I

knew right away that LWC would be a great school to attend.

LWC seemed a lot like Brentwood. It had Christian values, and

I liked that it was small and not too far from Nashville.”

To say Malone was an active student at LWC would be an

understatement. Malone, who played on the varsity football

team, also volunteered with numerous clubs and organizations.

Even when he didn’t belong to a particular group, it wasn’t uncommon

to see him chipping in when help was needed.

“I liked volunteering and helping others,” said Malone. “I

did a lot of work and spent time with groups that I didn’t actually

belong to in an official capacity because I’m a people person

and I like to serve.”

After deciding to pursue a degree in human services, Malone

sought a minor in a field of study that some might consider unexpected

– especially for a 6-foot 3-inch defensive lineman.

“I minored in women’s studies at LWC because I wanted to

push myself and do something more,” he said. “My brother and

I were raised by my mom, and when she wasn’t around it was

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“I liked volunteering and helping others. I did a lot of work and spent time with groups that I didn’t

actually belong to in an official capacity because I’m a people person and I like to serve.”

— Kamil Malone ‘18

my aunt and my granny that cared for us. I could see that the

women in my life were sometimes held back in society by no

fault of their own. And knowing that they were strong capable

women, something about that always seemed wrong to me. I

wanted to understand women’s role in society based on more

than what has been traditionally

expected from them.”

Attending women’s studies

classes was an interesting experience

that proved mutually beneficial

for Malone and his classmates.

“Being an African-American

male in those classes always put

me in the minority,” said Malone.

“The situation was unique, and I

truly believe it facilitated a

stronger learning environment because

of our differences. I’m a very

extroverted person and that’s how

people on campus always perceived

me, but in class I also feel that I’m a good listener. I

learn more by listening than talking. I think it helped others in

the classes to see my perspective and experience and vice versa.

We all learned from each other.”

Associate Professor of English Allison Smith said that having

Malone as a student and a volunteer at women’s studies

events always created a positive environment.

“One thing that I will always value in Kamil is his willingness

to model for other men how one might be an advocate and

ally for women, in addition to showing positive representations

of masculinity on campus,” said Smith. “Men can help organize

Take Back the Night, men can present at the women’s studies


“Kamil’s personality always

shines through in any situation.

He was an outstanding teammate

who always supported others, and

he was willing to take on any task

for the betterment of our

program.”

LWC Football Head Coach

Chris Oliver

conference, men can lead children’s activities on campus, in addition

to being an athlete. These are all things that Kamil has

done. He really proves what we are all capable of if we reject

gender stereotypes and follow our true talents and abilities.”

LWC football coach Chris Oliver also praised Malone’s

knack for being a supportive and

strong presence in the football program.

“Kamil’s personality always shines

through in any situation,” said Oliver.

“He was an outstanding teammate

who always supported others, and he

was willing to take on any task for the

betterment of our program.”

Two weeks after graduating with a

bachelor of arts last semester, Malone

started a job at Caverna High School

as a Kentucky Life Coach through the

AmeriCorps program. He is also in

his first semester in LWC’s nationally

accredited graduate program in in counseling and human development.

“I’d then like to move on and get my doctorate before I turn

30,” said Malone. “I can see myself potentially taking a position

as a guidance counselor, but I’d also love to work with

troubled youth in a juvenile detention setting.”

Malone is thankful that LWC helped and continues to help

him in reaching his full potential.

“More than anything you are encouraged to be yourself at

LWC,” said Malone. “The faculty and staff are always there to

support you and want to see you succeed in life. If I had it all to

do over again, I wouldn’t change a thing.”

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Commitment

To Success

Dylan Beasley’s lifelong

pursuit of excellence landed

him a chance to play football

internationally and a job offer

— so he did both.

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When Dylan Beasley was considering where to attend college,

he didn’t think it would lead to playing professional

football in Europe.

Beasley recently completed a season as a professional

American football player in Norway for the Åsane Seahawks,

a team in the Norwegian Federation of American sports, leading

them to the league championship as their quarterback.

Now he’s set to begin on a new adventure – a teacher and

coach in Southcentral Kentucky.

A 2013 graduate of Nelson County High School in Bardstown,

Ky., Beasley played four years of high school baseball

and football, which gave him several options for a collegiate

athletic career.

“When I was first looking at Lindsey Wilson College, I

had also considered playing baseball,” he said. “I was having

a tough time deciding between baseball and football, and I

felt that I had probably waited too long as I hadn’t made a

decision one way or the other by the time the football team’s

recruiting season ended. So, I figured that wasn’t going to

happen for me. But a couple of the quarterbacks dropped out,

and they came back to me with another offer. I felt that it was

definitely the right fit for me.”

Beasley had a successful collegiate career at LWC, both on

and off the field. He majored in education and graduated with

honors. In addition to football, Beasley was very involved on

campus. He participated in student government, the Student

Athletic Advisory Committee and Campus Alpha.

“I watched probably eight hours or more of game film

every week during the season,” he said. “Then there was

throw practice, weight lifting, studying, classes and everything

else on top of that, and there’s not a whole lot of time

left in a day. It’s a lot to juggle. As a freshman, being the new

guy and somewhat shy and a little homesick, I found myself

just going to the library a lot to read. I think that definitely

helped me and got me off on the right foot as a student-athlete.”

Beasley owns a long list of LWC football awards and honors.

He was the program’s starting quarterback for three seasons,

leading the Blue Raiders to an overall record of 30-6,

and he was captain during his senior year.

“Dylan was a great example of what we look for in our

student-athletes on and off the field,” said Lindsey Wilson


Dylan Beasley recently completed a season as a professional American football player in Norway for the Asane

Seahawks, a team in the Norwegian Federation of American Sports. Beasley lead the team to a league championship

as their quarterback.

head coach Chris Oliver, who helped launch the Lindsey Wilson

football program nine years ago. “He had a strong commitment

to academic success, but his character is even more

impressive.”

On the field, Beasley passed for 9,135 yards and threw 97

touchdowns passes. He was named 2017 Mid-South Conference

Bluegrass Division Player of the Week three times and

was a finalist for 2017 NAIA Player of the Year. Perhaps

most impressive, he was an Academic

All Mid-South Conference

every year he suited up for the

Blue Raiders.

Those accomplishments led to

a stint as a professional football

player in Europe.

“I knew that playing overseas

was an option for me about two

years ago,” said Beasley. “I put

my highlight film out there to see

if there was any interest. I think

mostly, even beyond getting to

continue my football career, I wanted to opportunity to see

the world. But at the same time, I’ve played football since I

was 5 years old. It’s part of who I am. I have many other interests,

but football has shaped me into the person that I am

today, and I think I’m a better man for it.”

Beasley’s area of study in education was history and social

studies. He is passionate about those subjects, and the opportunity

to play American football in Norway and help as a

coach was a benefit in several ways.

“When I return from playing football overseas at the end

of the summer I want to become a high school social studies/history

teacher and coach football,” said Beasley. “The

opportunity to play football and help out as a coach of the

team with the Åsane Seahawks fulfills two things I’m passionate

about. The added perk of seeing the world, especially


“The opportunity to play football

and help out as a coach of the

team with the Åsane Seahawks fulfills

two things I’m passionate

about. The added perk of seeing

the world, especially for someone

who loves history and culture, is

amazing beyond words.”

Dylan Beasley ’17

for someone who loves history and culture, is amazing beyond

words.”

Beasley credits the LWC faculty for stoking his passion for

history and education.

“When I took my first education class here I was able to

go into the school system and see what it was like to be a

teacher,” he said. “I fell in love with it. Education is a challenging

program, but it’s worth it when you consider the impact

you are able to make in the

lives of the students.”

Beasley returned to the United

States in early July after leading the

Åsane Seahawks its first runner-up

finish in the Norway title. He began

the 2018-19 school year as a social

studies teacher and assistant football

coach at Russell County High

School in Russell Springs, Ky.

“After living in another country

for four months, I’m now able to

understand how people in other

countries live differently from how we do in the USA,” said

Beasley. “I can apply this experience, especially in the subject

that I teach, to better communicate with my students

about cultural differences and how they relate to the lessons.

It will also help with coaching because having to communicate

with players who spoke English as a second language

furthered my ability to focus on the fundamentals that will be

very important at the high school level.”

And Beasley said his road received a significant boost at

LWC.

“Over all I just feel very fortunate to have had LWC lay

such a great foundation for me,” said Beasley. “The college

was ideal providing opportunities that continue to pay dividends.

It was the best decision I could have made.”

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Celebrate!

2017-18 Notable & Noteworthy

The doctoral program in Counselor

Education & Supervision

received national accreditation

in January thanks to a decision

by the board of directors of the

Council for Accreditation of

Counseling and Related

Educational Programs. The

72-hour, weekend PhD program

is in its fourth year at LWC.

Tommie Ann Saragas ’05,

above, was named

associate vice president

of educational outreach

for online and graduate

programs in January.

Saragas has served LWC

since 2004 and most

recently as Southern

Appalachian Regional

Enrollment Director for the

School of Professional

Counseling.

LWC students swept the top three spots at the

40th-annual Southeast Recreation Research

Conference, held in Athens, Ga. A total of 20

students from LWC’s recreation, tourism and

sports management program presented undergraduate

research at the regional conference on

March 26. The Southeastern Recreation

Research Conference is an opportunity for

students and professionals within parks, tourism

and recreation fields to present research.

Hannah Peck ’12, right, was named director of alumni relations and annual

giving. Peck was chosen to lead the alumni program after spending the last

five years serving as one of the college’s admissions counselor.

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The Bonner Scholars were honored May 30 in

Frankfort, Ky., when they received the Group

Service Award at the 23rd-annual Governor’s

Service Awards. The annual awards are coordinated

by Serve Kentucky, formerly known as the Kentucky

Commission on Community Volunteerism and

Service. Serve Kentucky is part of the Kentucky

Cabinet for Health and Family Services. The Bonner

Scholars were one of only four groups honored by

Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton and Executive Cabinet

Secretary Scott Brinkman during the ceremony.

The LWC nursing program was one of 50 programs to receive

funding from The Arnold P. Gold Foundation and the American

Association of Colleges of Nursing. The nursing program

received support to host white coat ceremonies for incoming

nursing students this fall.

Lindsey Wilson College was named a national College of

Distinction in June. The award recognizes American

higher education institutions for their commitment to the

implementation of high-impact educational practices and

student-centered teaching.

Assistant Professor of Communication

Anne Streeter, above, was named 2018

Remarkable Raider. Streeter received the

award at the 10th-annual L3 Leadership

Banquet. The award is given annually to

an LWC faculty or staff member who the

LWC Student Government Association officers

believe embodies the college’s mission

of serving “every student, every day.”

The College of Distinction selection process includes a

review of each institution’s freshman experience, retention

rates, alumni success, strategic plan and student satisfaction,

among other factors. Schools are accepted on

the basis of meeting requirements in four categories, including

student engagement, teaching, community involvement

and outcomes.

The college was also named a Kentucky College of Distinction

and an Abound: Finish College for the college’s

work with adult outreach programs. In addition, LWC

earned program-specific recognition in the fields of

business, education and nursing.

Celebrate: 2017-18 Notable & Noteworthy

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Investments Exceed Debt:

LWC’s total investments exceeded the amount of debt for the first time in

FY2018 – a goal set by the college’s Board of Trustees.

Investments were $27.6 million while

debt was reduced to $24.5 million.

Revenues and Expenditures

FY 2018

Revenues and Support

Tuition, fees, room & board $ 55,236,738

Government grants 200,187

Gifts and bequests 2,903,350

Investment income 2,085,037

Auxiliary enterprises - other 2,244,694

Other income 769,243

Total Revenues & Support $ 63,439,249

Expenses

Instruction 11,415,763

Academic support 1,427,595

Student services 9,060,413

Institutional support 4,662,740

Operation & maintenance of plant 3,069,023

Auxiliary enterprises expenses 4,642,736

Scholarships 25,093,797

Depreciation 2,476,753

Interest on indebtedness 955,163

Other expenses 79,642

Total Expenses $ 62,883,625

Increase in Net Assets $ 555,624

Statement of Financial Position

FY 2018

Assets

Cash and cash equivalents $ 2,247,154

Accounts and loans receivable, net of allowance 847,911

Inventories 395,159

Prepaid expenses 135,865

Investments 25,939,938

Beneficial interest in third-party held trusts 1,373,804

Beneficial interest in lead trust 318,444

Property and equipment, net 56,146,927

Other assets 546,565

Liabilities and Net Assets

$ 87,951,767

Liabilities

Accounts payable and other accrued expenses $ 1,619,047

Accrued interest 73,380

Annuity liability 120,646

Other liabilities 501,569

Bonds and notes payable, net 24,526,912

Advances from federal government for

student loans 318,770

Total Liabilities 27,160,324

Net Assets

Unrestricted 31,647,078

Temporarily restricted 16,160,993

Permanently restricted 12,983,372

Total Net Assets 60,791,443

$ 87,951,767

The endowment

has increased

30% in the last

five years.

Millions

$28

$24

$20

$16

$12

Endowment Market Value

$8

$4

$0

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

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$70

Net Assets

$60

$50

Millions

$40

$30

$20

$10

$0

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Over the past five years net assets increased 14%.

Millions

Debt

$45

$40

$35

$30

$25

$20

$15

$10

$5

$0

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Debt has decreased 36% in the past five years.

For the seventh consecutive year, Lindsey

Wilson athletics captured the Mid-

South Conference President’s Cup. The

Blue Raiders also won the inaugural

men and women’s all-sports trophies.

Lindsey Wilson scored 135 points in the

all-sports competition to capture the

eighth overall cup in school history. The

Blue Raiders scored 68 points in the

men’s all-sports trophy and 67 points in

the women’s all-sports trophy.

A total of 11 LWC students were honored in April for their leadership skills and contributions to the LWC

community at the tenth-annual L3 banquet. L3 – which stands for Live, Learn, Lead – is a program that

encourages and recognizes student leadership throughout the college. Back row, from left: Haley Cook

from Cawood Ky., Patrick Adkins from Glasgow, Ky., Travis Faulkner from Bowling Green, Ky., Mackenzie Montano

from Louisville, Ky., Anna Murrell from Columbia, and Kohl Dodd from Louisville, Ky. Front row, from left:

Samantha Cape from Shepardsville, Ky., Kate Durham from Columbia, Autumn Bishop from Louisville, Ky., Kayla

Jones from Greensburg, Ky., and Logan Adams from Somerset, Ky.

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2017 - 2018

LINDSEy WILSON COLLEgE

HONOR ROLL Of DONORS

All donors listed have given from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018

THE CATHERINE WILSON HERITAGE SOCIETY

Membership in The Catherine Wilson Heritage Society is open to all alumni and friends of the college who fulfill one or more of the following conditions:

1. Remember Lindsey Wilson College in a will/bequest;

2. Designate Lindsey Wilson College as owner or irrevocable beneficiary of an insurance policy which accrues cash value and has a policy face value

of $25,000 or more;

3. Name Lindsey Wilson College as beneficiary of a trust instrument such as charitable remainder;

4. Name Lindsey Wilson College as beneficiary of a retirement plan such as 401K or an Individual Retirement Account (IRA);

5. Enter into a charitable gift annuity agreement with Lindsey Wilson College.

Other planned gifts, such as life-estate, will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

MEMBERS

Anonymous

Anonymous

Anonymous

Anonymous

Dr. Jann Aaron

Hall Abston

guy Adams

Dr. L. Dean and Valerie Murrell Adams

Daniel L. Antle

Nila Richards Antle

Melissa Saunier-Arnold

Mary Balfour

Clifton and Ellen Banks

Dr. Henry Baughman

Drs. John B. and Lucretia Chilton Begley

Phil Allen Bertram

Dr. Covella Biggers

Delwin Blair

Duane Bonifer

fred and Dr. Betty Bruton Brown

Junius E. Bryant

B.J. Burnett

Dr. Thomas P. Carter

John Cauley

Beth Challman

John and Cathy Pence Chowning

Linda Hughes Clark

Randall Clauson

Lee S. Clore

Jeanette Madison Coates

Josh Connor

f. Thomas Conway

Doyle Pete Cornett, Jr.

June W. Daugherty

William f. Davenhall

Dr. Donald B. and Billie* Davis

The Reverend Raymond and Rita Deason Jr.

Dr. Bruce and geraldine Dod

Pamela Donnelly

Barry and Leslie Dunn

Linda LeVally Early

Dr. William R. and Kathleen Edwards

Chris D. and Lindsay Estes

Judith R. ford

Mark and Denise fudge

James R. and Helen fugitte

george gaddie

Peter O. gante

Jerry and Elaine garver

Dennis george

Kenneth george

Kerry Michael and Bonnie givens

Donna Patterson goad

Dr. Robert R. and Carol* goodin

Charles H. and Christine greenman

Dr. Vera g. guthrie

Ronald E. Heath

Dr. g. Edward Henry

Norma Hodge

Dr. Vernon and Pat Hodge

Sam B. Holmes

Kenton W. Hopper

Martha Howard

John E. Howery

Dr. Emily W. Hundley

Dr. Ken Hurst

gregory and Mary Johnson

Kyra W. Ketron

Linda King

Dr. george R. and Vonnie J. Kolbenschlag

Naomi Evlyn Komosa

Dr. ferris and Evelyn Larsen

Jeroldine Lawhorn

Dr. Hilda g. Humphress Legg

Dr. Jeremy and Mary Lord

Drs. george M. and Sue Luckey

Dr. William T. and Elise Hendrickson Luckey

Dr. Pete and Dixie Mahurin

Leighton and Amanda gagel Main

Catherine Marshall

Drs. Jerry and Kendrick McCandless

Dr. Margaret McDonald

Dr. Thomas Miller

Dr. Marshall Myers

Dr. Larry S. Nichols

Mary Oliver

Joshua and Jennifer Overstreet

george and Teresa Page

Dr. Allan and Bunny Parnell

Arthur C. Patterson

g. Trudy Perry

Tula Peterson

Dr. John and Jeanette Pierce

Dr. James J. and Patti Pike

frances E. Polston

Russell Polston

Willis and Traci Luckey Pooler

Dr. Lenn* and Mary Ellen Pruitt

Keith and Mary Stovall Radford

Dr. Paul D. Ransdell

Lisa D. Sanford

The Reverend Kenneth Simpson

The Reverend Travis L. Smith

Dr. frances Smothers

Esther g. Sparks

Joe Sparks

William H. and Sharon B. Steele

Dr. Julius M. Stephenson*

Dr. Sue Cravens Stivers

Alec g. Stone

Dr. Terry W. Swan

Catherine Thomas

Kevin A. and Donna Beth Thompson

Dr. Cal and Margaret Turner

John C. and Lynn C. Upton

Dr. Robert H. Wade II

Richard L. and Mary Ann Wagner

Maxine Walkup Walker

freida B. Waller

Mark B. and Cindy Weaver

Carol Weddle

John B. Wethington

Christine Whitaker

Oredia Whitaker

Mearlene Hendricks White

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Kenneth Whitfield

The Reverend David g. and Win Wilde

Robert C. Wilson

Dr. M.A. and Portia Winchester

Jeanette Russell Wortham

* Deceased

MEMBERS IN MEMORIAM

Brown Lee Adams

Julie Adams

Clifford B. and faye Amos

The Reverend Norman and Dora Antle

Dr. Lawrence A. and fritz Appley

W. Cashman Ayer

Dr. Harold Baker

Dr. Truett Beighle

Virginia Belcher

Emogene Bewley

James C. Blair

Bob Taylor Blakeman

Ruth Ann Bottom-Antle

Martha Bertram

Myrl and Marcella Clark Brashear

Ruth S. Brewer

Addis Britt

Vernon H. and Pearl E. Brown

Sarah Burger

Kathleen Bush

Julialice Carter

Dr. Tim Lee Carter

Susie Caswell

Dr. Merrill Challman

The Reverend James D. and

Marilouise Chamberlain

Mary Chandler

Dr. Charles L. Childers

Anson E. Christian

James W. and frances Compton

Joyce Cooley

The Reverend C. L. Cooper

Dr. C. Vernon Cooper

The Reverend frank Cox

Kenneth Cuzner

Elmer Dalton

Mary Burton Denton

Eunice Dishman

Magdalene Dudgeon

Elizabeth f. Duncan

William M. Dunn II

Mose W. Dunning, Jr.

W. Norris Duvall

Nancy Eastridge

Dr. Tom D. and Rowena fritz Everett

Nellie fish

Helen gilpin flatt

Ruby A. Whitney flowers

The Reverend Chandler ford

Daniel foudray

August fowler

Olive freeman

The Reverend Edge N. gamble

Marie Dorsey garrett

Lorene gilliam

The Reverend S. Ray gilliam

Dr. Ronald D. glosser

Elva goodhue

Violet graben

Margaret E. graham

Dr. Walter graham

Carl S. gribbins

fred gribbins

Katherine B. groves

Lillian Hale

James S. Harris

Marvin Harvey

Jean B. Hatcher

Nancy Hayes

ginny Heath

Matilda Heileman

Pearl Helm

Margery Mathis Henderson

William glenn Henderson

Dr. Charles Victor and

Josephine “Jo” Antle Henry

Martha Henry

Billie Hensley

Isham Hensley

Thelma Hill

Jo S. Hoefelman

Leona Holland

John Hollenbach

Dr. Robert L. and Doris Holloway

Allene McKinney Holmes

Dr. John B. Horton

Marie Horst

The Reverend O. N. Hoskinson

Ervin Houchens

Dr. f. Bennett and Carolyn Hulse

Elisabeth Hummel

J.P. Hundley

Mattie Hyams

Kathryn Ishmael

guy g. Jeffries

Dorothy D. Jones

Walter M. and Lois g. Jones

Dr. Carolyn J. Keefe

Dr. Thomas Kendall

george Kern

frances Kimbrough

Annette Knight

Emmett Kottke

J. Alton Lawhorn

Maxine Moss Leinart

Dr. Henry and Mary Ellen Lilly

Betty Lincoln

Dr. Cecil P. Major

The Reverend Marietta Mansfield

James A. Martin

Robert T. and Sally Ovalene Martin

Royce McBeath

Elizabeth W. McCarty

Bill and Allene Willis McClendon

Dr. L. Rodford McDonald

Anna Zoe McMichael

Adrian B. McRee

L.A. Miller

Jimmie Montgomery

Vada T. Monroe

Mary Ann Moss

Margaret f. Nadal

george Neill

Chloe M. Niehaus

Terry Norfleet

James O’Brien

Marguerite Orman

William J. and Eva Jane Martin Parker

Kennard and Melva Peden

E.C. Pelley

Dr. Rual T. Perkins

The Reverend William f. and

Nadine S. Pettus

Maxine Polston

Roy J. Polston

Aleen Ensor Ralph

Robert M. Rawls

E. Mabel Reid

Abbie Ricks

Elsie Rogers

Minnie Corbin Rubarts

yvonne Knifley Schneider

Al J. Schneider

Kathryn Sengel

Dr. Asa M. Shelton

Lucille Sleamaker

Dr. Harold J. Smith

Jean Olive Smith

Dr. Jerry A. and Carol Smith

S. Russell Smith, Jr.

Willia Smith

Vera Snider

Dr. W.K. Snyder

Lester Helm Spalding

Marilyn Dudley Sparks

Dr. Billy L. and Jayne Squires

Penny Starnes

Keith Stearns

Hazel Bybee Stephenson

george Stoltz

Stanley and Beatrice Hopper Stringer

Dr. James f. and Jimmie Sutton

Dr. Cyrintha Terry

Clyde Thornton

Margaret Spragg Thurman

Mary Evelyn Thurman

Elizabeth L. Trigg

Dr. Cal Turner Sr.

Keith Venable

Drs. Werner P. and Helen Vogel

Annie Rachel Walker

The Reverend James T. Walker

Lenora Walker

William L. "Bill" Walker

Jimmy Weathers

Dr. W.A. Weldon

Dr. Hilton Whitaker

Dr. Elizabeth Lowe Whitfield

Mearlene Hendricks White

John and Layne Kinnaird Wigginton

Johnny I. and Pernie Williams

gaines Wilson

Dr. Ralph D. and Nellie Winchester

Noma Dix Winston

Rose Woodcock

Ruel and Runa Wooten

Mary yohe

Joseph W. Zinn

Newt Zinn

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The Jessica

A Scholarship in Memory of

Jessica Smith ’10 Benefits

LWC Women’s Golfers

Physical education junior Dacie Bolton (middle) from Hopkinsville,

Ky., with Marlene and Earl Smith, the parents of LWC alumna

Jessica Smith ’10 who tragically passed away in an automobile

accident on October 2, 2016. The Smith’s have established “The

Jessica,” an endowed scholarship to honor their late daughter.

Lindsey Wilson women’s golfer Dacie Bolton is the first recipient of the

Jessica Smith Endowed Scholarship.

Bolton, a physical education junior from Hopkinsville, Ky., says receiving

the scholarship is an amazing honor.

“When Coach (Eric) Wyrick first mentioned that I was receiving this

scholarship, I was so honored to be chosen by the Smith family to receive

such an amazing gift,” Bolton said. “When I met the Smiths, and got to see

firsthand what loving and generous people they are and how much they

love Jessica. I was overwhelmed.”

“We all share the same love for the game of golf. I can see how much

Jessica loved this game just by talking to her parents,” Bolton added. “The

Smiths are now a huge part of my support system and I’m so happy to be

associated with such a wonderful family. Their belief in me and our

women’s golf program is incredible and I’m eternally grateful.”

Earl and Marlene Smith created the Jessica Smith Endowed Scholarship

– affectionately called The Jessica – to benefit a women’s golf student-athlete.

The $25,000 endowed gift is pledged in the memory of their daughter

who tragically passed away in an automobile accident on October 2, 2016.

Jessica played three seasons for the Lindsey Wilson women’s golf program,

graduating in 2010.

“Marlene and I are very happy with Dacie as the first recipient of the

‘The Jessica’,” Earl Smith said. “She is everything we could have hoped

for; an outgoing personality, mature, someone fun to be around and a terrific

golfer. We are very impressed with her as a representative of the

women’s golf program and now, this scholarship.”

A member of the LWC women’s golf

team from 2008-2010, Smith won six

individual tournaments while helping

LWC win 20 team titles, including three

conference championships.

Jessica Smith was a two-time NAIA All-American

(2008, 2010) while playing at Lindsey Wilson.

She concluded her collegiate golfing career with a

78.9 scoring average – second best in LWC

women's golf history. She won six individual tournaments

while helping Lindsey Wilson win 20

team titles, including three conference championships

and three top-10 finishes at the NAIA National

Championships.

Smith was the 2009-10 Mid-South Conference

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Player of the year and the 2008 NAIA Region XI Player of the

year. She earned all-tournament honors at the 2010 NAIA National

Championship.

Bolton is averaging 78.3 strokes per round this season through

her first four tournaments this season. She has a pair of top-five

finishes this season, including a fourth-place finish at the Mid-

South Conference fall Tournament in late September.

Chris Wells

LWC Sports Information Director

Named Endowed Scholarships are a way

to honor a friend or a loved one and provide

scholarship support for deserving students

while helping to build the college’s endowment.

To learn more about how you can change lives

through the Named Endowed Scholarship

program, please contact the LWC Office of

Development at 270-384-8400.

ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS

2018

The Brandon Burns Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Irene Pendleton Endowed Scholarship for Nursing

The Dr. Joseph and Dorothy Thrasher Schickel Endowment

The Jessica Smith “The Jessica”

Endowed Scholarship for Women’s golf

2017

Carolyn Dodson ’94 King Memorial Music Scholarship

Dr. Mark Dunphy Memorial Pequod Scholarship

Eddie and Nancy Sinclair Endowed Scholarship

Jamestown High School Class of 1949 Endowment

Vicki Main Endowed Scholarship

The Ed and Linda Marcum Waggener Writers Scholarship

Helm-Baker Endowed Scholarship

2016

Class of ’65 Endowed Scholarship

William Campbell Endowed Scholarship

2015

Vivian Landrum Endowed Scholarship

James P. and Bettye M. Long Endowment

Lois Cooper and Louis W. Shepherd

Endowed Scholarship for Teachers

S. Russell Smith, Jr. Endowed Scholarship

Elizabeth and Ken Whitfield Endowed Scholarship for Nursing

2014

Mattie B. Baker and Son’s Endowed Scholarship

Kenneth george II Memorial Endowed Scholarship

L. Carman King and Linda Underwood King Endowed Scholarship

Dr. Emil D. McAdams Endowed Scholarship

Marit B. Robb and Shelia K. Robb

Nursing Advocacy Award Scholarship

2013

Caleb Capps Baseball Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Patricia Merkley Christiansen Endowed Scholarship

Class of ’63 Endowed Scholarship

Chris D. Estes Endowed Scholarship

Dr. and Mrs. f. Bennett Hulse, Jr. Endowed Scholarship

Dr. Carolyn Keefe Endowed Scholarship

Dr. M.A. and Portia Winchester Endowed Scholarship

2012

Chester and Jewell Humphress Endowed Scholarship

Dr. Barry C. Stephens Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Shelly Thrasher Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Bob and Lorene Whitmer Endowed Scholarship

2011

Margaret A. Cargill foundation Endowed Scholarship

Olive D. freeman Endowed Scholarship

Jerry L. and Elaine f. garver Endowed Scholarship

Pearl Helm Endowed Scholarship

Leona S. Holland Endowed Scholarship

Shirley McKinnon Memorial Scholarship fund

Patricia Ann Massey and Sandra Diane Lone Honorary

Endowed Scholarship

Smiley Endowed Scholarship

Marilyn D. Sparks Endowed Scholarship

2010

frank M. Bacon Cycling Endowed Scholarship

Margaret Clayton Endowed Scholarship

greg V. and Teresa M. Hall Endowed Scholarship

Allan M. and Bunny C. Parnell Endowed Scholarship

Dr. Susan Patterson Endowed Scholarship

Jannetta Peers Endowment Scholarship

Robert M. Rawls Endowed Scholarship

William B. Shearer Endowed Scholarship

Dorothy "Tillie" Wood Shelton Endowed Scholarship

S. Russell Sr. and Jean Olive Smith Endowed Scholarship

Sue Cravens Stivers Endowed Scholarship

Horace H. and Wilma Thompson Endowed Scholarship

2009

Alumni Walkway Endowed Scholarship

gilbert M. and Covella H. Biggers Endowed Scholarship

Clyde and Christine Cheatham Endowed Scholarship

Asa James Swan Christian Service Endowed Scholarship

Charles E. fouser Endowed Award for Research

in Environmental Issues

Walter M. and Lois g. Jones Endowed Scholarship

Julia Loy Endowed Scholarship

Dr. J. Howard Olds Endowed Scholarship

The Reverend Dr. Jerry Allen Smith and Carol g. Smith

Endowed Scholarship

Jimmie Spurling Endowed Scholarship

2008

John and Dean Burr Endowed Scholarship

Merrill and Beth Challman Endowed Scholarship

Mose Dunning Jr. Endowed Science Award

Coach Don green Endowed Scholarship

Mary Kloth Endowed Scholarship

Dr. John Wesley and Jeanette Pierce Endowed Scholarship

for Christian Ministries

Margaret S. Thurman Endowed Scholarship

Emily Vickers Endowed Scholarship

John and Lanye Wigginton Endowed Scholarship

2007

William Cashman Ayer Endowed Scholarship

Boyd Lubker Oratorical Endowed Scholarship

Burger/Hummel Endowed Scholarship

Claude Lee and Dollie Beatrice Cooley Endowed Scholarship

Mary Louise Ott-fanelli Endowed Scholarship

Katie Murrell Endowed Scholarship-Sponsor, Jerry garver ’62

Kennard and Melva Peden Endowed Scholarship

Pence-Chowning Endowed Scholarship

Rose Willis Endowed Scholarship

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2006

Elsie C. Butcher Endowed Scholarship

J.W. and frances Compton Endowed Scholarship

Linda Levally Early Endowed Scholarship

The Reverend Chandler E. ford family Endowed Scholarship

Reverend Virgil J. and Ruth fryman Endowed Scholarship

Drs. Charles S. and Vera guthrie Endowed Scholarship

Heath/Meneely Endowed Scholarship

Doris Zenger Holloway Endowed Scholarship

The Lenn R. Pruitt Endowed Scholarship

Reverend Alice Bondurant Scott Endowed Scholarship

M. Keith Stearns Endowed Scholarship

Sean Wright and McKaylee gilmore Memorial Endowed Scholarship

2005

Robert R. goodin family Endowed Scholarship fund

Bob and fran Keefe Athletic Endowed Scholarship

Dr. Adam Komosa Endowed Scholarship

Rev. R. V. and Anna Belle Matthews Endowed Scholarship

2004

Valerie Adams Non-Traditional Endowed Scholarship

B. J. and Mary Burnett Endowed Scholarship

Awakening Christian Ministry Endowed Scholarship

Thomas D. Clark Endowed Scholarship for History

Bertha Hamilton Coomer Endowed Scholarship

Elihu and Cordelia Eastridge Endowed Scholarship

Dr. Edward L. gambill Endowed Scholarship

Wood and Marie C. Hannah Endowed Scholarship for Music

Stanley and Lue Ella Hickerson Endowed Scholarship

Jeremy Lord Endowed Scholarship

Reverend William f. and Nadine Pettus Endowed Scholarship

Kathryn Reese Sengel Endowed Scholarship

Collins, Russell, Wortham Endowed Scholarship

2003

Charles D. and Jeanette Bennett Endowed Scholarship

Edith Carroll Endowed Scholarship

JoAnn Vanada and Reverend J. Smiley Collins

Endowed Scholarship

Hershel Denney Endowed Scholarship

W. Norris Duvall Endowed Scholarship

W. Paul and Lillian McAllister Hale Endowed Scholarship

Coach Doug Hines Endowed Scholarship

Dr. Ernest and Betty Brown Johnson Endowed Scholarship

Lowell Reeg Endowed Scholarship

Billy C. and faye C. Spencer Endowed Scholarship

Lewis and Mary Woodward Endowed Scholarship

2002

Adair County Teachers Endowed Scholarship

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Allen Endowed Scholarship

Norman, Dora and Joey Antle Endowed Scholarship

Tom and Rowena Everett Endowed Scholarship

William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship

Sam and Allene Holmes Endowed Scholarship for Christian Ministries

The Keefe family Non-Traditional Endowed Scholarship

Emmett W. and Mildred P. Kottke Endowed Scholarship

Bernice Miller Endowed Scholarship

Doug and Betty Jean Moseley Endowed Scholarship

Mary Evelyn Walker and Louise Brock Endowed Scholarship

2001

Myrl and Marcella Brashear Endowed Scholarship

William Patterson Crenshaw Endowed Scholarship

William T. Luckey Endowed Scholarship

McKenzie/Adams Endowed Scholarship

Millennium Endowed Scholarship (Class of 1950)

Delorah Jewell Moore Endowed English Scholarship

gertrude and Donald Perry Endowed Scholarship

Walter S. Reuling Endowed Scholarship

Dr. William W. Slider Endowed Scholarship

2000

R.V. Bennett Endowed Scholarship

The Reverend John L. Coomer Endowed Scholarship

Orville and Mamie Miller Endowed Scholarship

Richard L. and Mary Ann Wagner Endowed Scholarship

A.P. White Endowed Scholarship

1999

Peggy Baker Endowed Scholarship

Orville and Mamie Miller Endowed Scholarship

Doug and Alberta Richardson Endowed Scholarship

Dr. Julius and Hazel B. Stephenson Endowed Scholarship

1998

Hendrickson Endowed Scholarship

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In Memoriam:

Lenn Pruitt

Beloved and longtime member

of the Lindsey Wilson College

Board of Trustees, Lenn Pruitt

died on Jan. 26 in Watkinsville,

Ga. He was 84.

Pruitt was among Southcentral Kentucky’s more respected

business leaders. A native of Green County,

Ky., Pruitt graduated from Draughon College and

then went on to own private junior colleges throughout

Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina

and Tennessee.

Mr. Pruitt owned tobacco warehouses in Greensburg,

Ky., and he was also in the radio business. He built

and operated WKEQ-AM and WJDJ-FM radio stations

in Somerset, Ky., and he also owned WIDS-AM

in Russell Springs, Ky.

A veteran of the Korean War, Mr. Pruitt was a member

of the Veterans of Foreign Wars-Post 5813 and

American Legion Post 124. He was a mason, a

Shriner and past president of the Greensburg Rotary

Club.

Mr. Pruitt was a member of the Greensburg Cumberland

Presbyterian Church, where he served as an

elder. He was first named to the LWC board in 1980.

In 2013, he receive a doctorate of letters, honoris

causa, from LWC. Pruitt was a longtime supporter of

scholarship aid for Lindsey Wilson students, having

established the Lenn R. Pruitt Endowed Scholarship.

Pruitt is survived by his wife Mary Ellen Pruitt, two

children and six grandchildren.


ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS – CONTINUED

1997

Dr. Oris Aaron Endowed Scholarship

Junius E. Bryant Endowed Scholarship

Henry C. and Elsie B. Rogers Endowed Scholarship

Terry W. and Cinda L. Swan Endowed Scholarship

1996

William R. and Mary Deane Brantley Endowed Scholarship

The Reverend Lester B. and Mabel Spears Carter

Endowed Scholarship

Unessis (Dee) Dewitt and Cora Vaughn Dowell

Endowed Scholarship

Varna Holt Lake Cumberland Home Health Service

Endowed Scholarship

Dr. L. Rodford McDonald Endowed Scholarship

Chloe M. Niehaus Endowed Scholarship

Harold J. and Helen H. Smith Endowed Scholarship

Dr. Ralph D. and Nellie M. Winchester Endowed Scholarship

1995

Alumni Endowed Scholarship

William R. and Mary Deane Brantley Endowed Scholarship

Mattie Hyams Endowed Scholarship

Samuel Orr Endowed Scholarship

Noma Dix Winston Endowed History Scholarship

1994

L. foster and Ruth S. Brewer Endowed Scholarship

floyd and Magdalene Dudgeon Endowed Scholarship

Ronald D. and Lily glosser Endowed Scholarship

Asa, Allie, and David Shelton Endowed Scholarship

Cyrintha Terry Endowed Scholarship

1993

Tyler and Mary Lula Bow Endowed Scholarship

Dr. frank L. and Elizabeth f. Duncan Endowment

fred gribbins Ministerial Endowed Scholarship

Louise Page Newberry Endowed Scholarship

Keith and Mary Radford Endowed Scholarship

1992

Edward and Beulah Richards Endowed Scholarship

William "Bill" Walker Endowed Scholarship

1990

Henry Endowed Scholarship

Keith and Katherine Venable Endowed Scholarship

1989

Clarine Elizabeth Cooper Endowed Scholarship

The Reverend Ernest S. and Mary B. Denton Endowed Scholarship

guy M. and Lena C. fenley Endowed Scholarship

Aleen E. Ralph Endowed Scholarship

John C. and Nora Redman Endowed Scholarship

Lee and gertrude Reynolds Endowed Scholarship

W. Ruel and Runa Wooten Endowed Scholarship

1988

John C. Dorsey Endowed Scholarship

Evelyn Rogers gamble Endowed Scholarship

Jo S. Hoefelman Endowed Scholarship

John B. Horton Endowed Scholarship

Ella and Raymond A. Kessel Endowed Scholarship

R.W. and francis R. McCandless Endowed Scholarship

L.A. and grace Miller Endowed Scholarship

Curtis and Beatrice Powell Endowed Scholarship

LWC/Ramseyer Endowed Scholarship

W.K. Snyder Endowed Scholarship

Leo and Betty young Endowed Scholarship

Joseph W. and Margaret Zinn Endowed Scholarship

1987

Marshall Rowe family Endowed Scholarship

L.D. and Marie Squires Endowed Scholarship

1986

LWC/Havens Endowed Scholarship

1985

Vista and Sandidge Allison Endowed Scholarship

Helen gilpin flatt Endowed Scholarship

S. Ray and Lorene gilliam Endowed Scholarship

Mary Lucy Lowe Endowed Scholarship

Mary Louise Stoltz Endowed Scholarship

L.E. and Rose Woodcock Endowed Scholarship

Endowments

Corella and Bertram f. Bonner Endowed Scholarship (2012)

Jackaline C. Dunlap Horizons Endowment (2015)

Mose Dunning Jr. Endowed Science Award (2008)

Brashear/Thurman Library Endowment (2007)

Mrs. Willard May yarberry Overstreet Endowment (2003)

Athletic Endowment for Cycling and Soccer (2001)

Begley Scholars Endowment (1997)

Steele-Reese foundation CATS Lab Endowment (1995)

Cecil Major Athletic Endowment (1989)

In Memoriam:

John Landrum

Admired Lindsey Wilson College

trustee who served his

community as a civic leader and

businessman died on August

21. He was 96.

Born in Harlan, Ky., John Landrum spent most of his

career in Harrodsburg, Ky. He was owner of Landrum

Insurance Agency, Inc. and Springlake Farms. He

was a pilot for over 60 years and a veteran of the

U.S. Army Air Corps where he served as a flight instructor

during World War II. Later he served as director

of transportation for Humana, Inc.

In addition to serving on the LWC Board of Trustees,

Landrum chaired the James B. Haggin Memorial

Hospital Board of Directors. He was a member of the

Harrodsburg Landmark Association, the Harrodsburg

Historical Society, the Harrodsburg First committee,

and the Board of Directors of Shakertown of Pleasant

Hill, Inc., and Centre College, his alma mater.

Landrum and his late wife, Vivian, were active members

of Harrodsburg United Methodist Church and

served in various leadership roles. Together they supported

many Christian organizations in Mercer

County.

Landrum was a longtime supporter of scholarship aid

for Lindsey Wilson students, having established the

Vivian Landrum Endowed Scholarship. He was preceded

in death by his wife and a son, John VanBever

Landrum. He is survived by one son, William Bibb

(Erin) Landrum III and three grandchildren.

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LIFETIME GIVING SOCIETIES

SOCIETY OF LINDSEY WILSON FELLOWS

Lindsey Wilson College is celebrating the philanthropy of those individuals and organizations who have made a lasting difference in helping our students fulfill

their human potential. The following societies are to recognize extraordinary cumulative philanthropy in supporting the mission of Lindsey Wilson College.

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1903 SOCIETY ($10,000,000 OR MORE)

CATHERINE WILSON SOCIETY

($5,000,000 TO $9,999,999.99)

Dr. Cal and Margaret Turner

U.S. Department of Education

R.V. BENNETT SOCIETY ($1,000,000 TO $4,999,999.99)

Appalachian Regional Commission

James C. Blair*

Dr. Roberta D. Cranmer Estate*

Dr. Vince fanelli*

Dr. Vernon and Pat Hodge

Dr. Robert L. and Doris Holloway*

S. Oden and Laurie Howell

James graham Brown foundation

Kentucky United Methodist Conference

Louisville United Methodist Conference

Drs. Jerry W. and Kendrick McCandless

Dr. Allan M. and Bunny C. Parnell

Dr. James L. and Mary Rogers

St. Mark United Methodist Church of Louisville

Dr. Cal Turner, Sr.*

A.P. WHITE SOCIETY ($500,000 TO $999,999.99)

f. Thomas and Barbara Conway

Joyce Cooley Estate

Cralle foundation

Ervin g. Houchens foundation

Kerry Mike ’73 and Bonnie givens

Tommy ’73 and Marsha Caldwell ’73 grider

James S. Harris *

J and D farms

Danny and Sany Pyles

Joseph and Annabelle Pyles

Dr. Carolyn J. Keefe*

Kosair Charities Committee, Inc.

Lon and Jessie R. Rogers Educational Trust

Dr. Pete and Dixie Mahurin

The Corella and Bertram f. Bonner foundation, Inc.

United States Treasury

JOHN B. BEGLEY SOCIETY ($100,000 TO $499,999.99)

Dr. Phil R. Aaron ’70*

Anonymous Donors

Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield

Dan L. ’71 and Patti L. Antle

Appalachian College Association, Inc.

Lawrence and fritz Appley*

ARA Services

Association of Independent Ky Colleges and Universities

William C. Ayer*

Bank of Columbia

Dr. Henry Baughman

Drs. John B. and Lucretia Begley

Dr. Truett* and Martha Beighle

Dr. Covella Biggers

Board of Higher Education and Ministry

Myrl and Marcella Clark ’49 Brashear*

Ruth Brewer*

The Cal Turner foundation

Dr. Thomas P. and Julialice* Carter

Loretta g. Clark

Columbia-Adair County Industrial Dev. Authority

J.W. and frances Compton*

frank W. Cox*

Dr. Joan Cralle Day

Don franklin ford-Mercury

Don* and Barbara franklin

Dan and Melinda franklin

Eddie and Lillie franklin

Richard K. and Bernice Dowse*

Jackaline B. Dunlap *

Paul and Jackaline Baldwin Dunlap*

Norris Duvall*

E.O. Robinson Mountain fund

James C. and Azalie Egnew

Dr. Tom D. Everett*

Dr. Neil R. and Carrie Luker ’67 farris

Dr. R.B. fenley*

first and farmers National Bank

Thelma fowler*

Mark A. and Denise g. fudge

James R. and Helen fugitte

Lewis* and gayle Corbin garrison

Stanley C. gault*

general Electric foundation

good Samaritan foundation, Inc.

Dr. Robert R. ’59 and Carol* goodin

John and D.D. Hendrickson

Dr. Charles V. Henry ’51*

Norma Hodge

Jo S. Hoefelman*

David * and Henrida Holloway

gene C.* and Shirley Holloway

O.N. Hoskinson *

Elisabeth Hummel ’36*

Dr. Emily W. Hundley

David A. and Betty Jones

Walter M. and Lois goodman Jones*

Thomas A. Kendall*

The Kentucky United Methodist foundation

george and Lolita Kern Education Trust

John W. and Vivian* Landrum

Laura g. Turner Charitable foundation

Mary Ellen Lilly*

Dr. William T. and Elise Hendrickson ’88 Luckey

Margaret A. Cargill foundation

Skipper and Hana Lou Martin

Troy A. and Jody A. Mizell

Dr. Thomas C.* ’40 and Betty W. Morrison

Eleanor T. Norfleet*

Melva Peden

David R. and Lauri S. Perry

Dr. James J. ’65 and Patti Pike

Pinewood Country Club

Pyles Excavating, Inc.

Danny and Sandy Pyles

Keith ’42 and Mary Stovall ’42 Radford

Ralph E. Mills foundation, Inc.

Dr. Donald Ramseyer *

The Reverend Howard O. and Dee Reynolds

Dr. Joseph E.* and Becky Richardson


JOHN B. BEGLEY SOCIETY ($100,000 TO $499,999.99) – CONTINUED

Dr. Drura and Helen Scott*

Dr. Asa M. and Dorothy W. Shelton*

Lena f. Sleamaker

S. Russell, Sr. and Jean Olive Smith *

Raymond g. and Susan Smith

Dr. W.K. Snyder*

Joseph E. ’63 and Marilyn Dudley* Sparks

Dr. Billy L. and Jane Squires*

Keith Stearns ’56*

Steele-Reese foundation

Dr. Sue Cravens Stivers

Dr. James f. and Jimmie Sutton*

Sysco - Louisville food Service

Teagle foundation, Inc.

The Agape foundation, Inc.

The Charles E. Schell foundation

The River foundation

J. Steve and Judith Turner

United Methodist Higher Education foundation

Mark and Cindy Weaver

Kenneth W. and Dr. Elizabeth Lowe ’49* Whitfield

John f. and Layne Wigginton*

William Randolph Hearst foundation

gaines Wilson*

Dr. M.A. and Portia Breeding ’54 Winchester

Joseph W. Zinn*

LINDSEY WILSON ASSOCIATES

The following giving clubs are to recognize giving on

an annual basis for a particular fiscal year.

FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE ($100,000 or more)

f. Thomas and Barbara Conway

S. Oden and Laurie Howell

Drs. Jerry W. and Kendrick McCandless

Troy A. and Jody A. Mizell

Dr. Allan M. and Bunny C. Parnell

Dr. Lenn* and Mary Ellen Pruitt

CHAIRMAN’S CLUB ($50,000 TO $99,999.99)

good Samaritan foundation, Inc.

Kentucky United Methodist Conference

Kosair Charities Committee, Inc.

Dr. Pete and Dixie Mahurin

Danny and Sandy Pyles

The Turner foundation

TRUSTEES’ CIRCLE ($25,000 TO $49,999.99)

Dan L. ’71 and Patti L. Antle

Duo County Telephone Corporation

Charles E.’62* and Nancy Moran fouser ’62

Jo Ann Hilliker

Lon and Jessie R. Rogers Educational Trust

Dr. Thomas C. ’40* and Betty W. Morrison

Michael E. and Annette B. Reynolds

Earl J. and Marlene Smith, Jr.

Raymond g. and Susan Smith

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE ($10,000 TO $24,999.99)

Army Emergency Relief

Association of Independent Ky Colleges and Universities

Drs. John B. and Lucretia Begley

Sandra K. Bowman and Dawson Cunningham

Carson-Myre Charitable foundation

COCINA

E. O. Robinson Mountain fund

Dr. Neil R. and Carrie Luker ’67 farris

first and farmers National Bank

general Electric foundation

glenn P. and Lyndia R. glasgow

John and D. D. Hendrickson

John B. and Brownie young Memorial fund

Dr. William T. and Elise Hendrickson ’88 Luckey

Skipper and Hana Lou Martin

Eleanor T. Norfleet*

William Andrew ’06 and Jade Parson

Pyles Excavating, Inc.

The Reverend Howard O. and Dee Reynolds

Danny R. ’89 and Janna S. Rigney

J. Brian ’98 and Melanie Shirley

Dr. Sue Cravens Stivers

Sysco - Louisville food Service

Western Kentucky Coca Cola Bottling Company

Karen Sue Pendleton ’60 Wilson

DEAN’S CIRCLE ($5,000 TO $9999.99)

Dr. L. Dean ’78 and Valerie J. Murrell ’90 Adams

Anonymous Donors

Bank of Columbia

Board of Higher Education and Ministry

Michael W. Campbell

Dr. Thomas P. and Julialice* Carter

David W. and Cynthia P. Collier

Drs. Charles and Teresa Spurling Darnell

Pamela Donnelly

Mark Allen ’81 and Denise glass ’82 fudge

Norma Hodge

Hugh and Della Spear Scholarship fund

International Scholarship and Tuition Services, Inc.

The Kentucky United Methodist foundation

Linda Underwood ’67 King

Kinkead and Stilz, Attorneys at Law

Lincoln County Educational fund, Inc.

Marine Corps Scholarship foundation

Cecil and Lynne Martin

Dr. Shilpan M. Patel ’04

Paul g. Peck ’75

David R. and Lauri S. Perry

Tula Peterson

Willis ’94 and Traci Luckey ’91 Pooler

Keith ’42 and Mary Stovall ’42 Radford

Scholarship Management Services

SMART Scholarship funding/United States Bowling Congress

Mollie Smith

Stephen g. Calvert Memorial Merit Scholarship Program

The Columbus Phipps foundation

United Methodist Higher Education foundation

Dr. Robert H. Wade II

Mildred White

Kenneth W. and Dr. Elizabeth Lowe ’49* Whitfield

Dr. M. A. and Portia Breeding ’54 Winchester

Jeanette Russell Wortham ’50

yMCA of greater Louisville

NOMA DIX WINSTON CIRCLE ($2,500 TO $4,999.99)

15th District PTA

Adair County farm Bureau

American Hackney Horse Society foundation

Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH)

Brown-forman Corporation

B.J. and Hilma Burnett

Campus Kitchens Project, Inc.

College Park Church, Inc.

Columbia Rotary Club

Cumberland Cellular Partnership

Cumberland Cellular, Inc. d/b/a Duo County Telecom

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NOMA DIX WINSTON CIRCLE ($2,500 TO $4,999.99) – CONTINUED

Don Walker Cycles

William R. and Kathleen Edwards

free-Think-U-foundation

Jerry L. ’62 and Elaine garver

george Caldwell Jr. Memorial fund

Elizabeth R. glasgow

goldring family foundation

Hancock County Community foundation, Inc.

Dr. g. Edward ’46 and Martha* Henry

Kentucky farm Bureau Education foundation

Dr. Daniel Allan and Linda Koger

Leighton ’98 and Amanda gagel ’97 Main

Charles R. ’67 and Dr. Carol Cheatham ’67 Marra

Karl and Jennifer L. Miller

Modern Woodmen fraternal financial

National Merit Scholarship Corporation

Nel Morrison Charitable Trust

Michael L. ’00 and Mila Newton

Dr. frances P. Smothers

Snowdrop foundation, Inc.

Asa J. Swan ’96 and Hon. Allison Ball

Drs. Terry ’97 and Cinda Johnston ’94 Swan

The Community foundation of Louisville, Inc.

Kevin A. and Donna Beth Thompson

Tulsa Community foundation

Drs. Werner P. and Helen Vogel *

CYRINTHA TERRY CIRCLE ($1,000 TO $2,499.99)

84 Lumber

guy W. and Jeanne Triplett Adams

M. Patrick Allen

Allen County Board of Education

American Red Cross

AvKare, Inc.

Walter A. ’55* and Jane Baker

Beechmont Woman’s Club, LLC

Boys and girls Club of greater Lynchburg

Brentwood United Methodist Church

Carolyn Strange ’63 Brockman

Brown and Brown of Kentucky, Inc.

Larry ’73 and Sheila Bryant

Randy J. ’93 and Miranda Burns

Ben ’64 and Elizabeth Burr

Stephen M. Campbell

Campbellsville Automotive, LLC

Casey County Alumni Assoc., Inc.

James and Paulette Caywood

Central Kentucky Community foundation

Dr. gerald and Sonja Chafin

John E. ’71 and Catherine Pence ’71 Chowning

Charles and Patricia Merkley ’55* Christiansen

Cincinnati Scholarship foundation

Jeremy Lee Cloyd ’15

Jeanette Madison Coates ’48

Cody’s Auto Sales

Mark E. and Maggie Coleman

College Heights foundation

Columbia Baptist Church

Community foundation of Crawford County Indiana

Covington Education foundation, Inc.

Cody R. Cox

Bill and Sandy Meeker ’66 Davenhall

Dr. Donald B. and Billie T.* Davis

Jack T. ’51 and Wanda J. Deilks

Sherry Duncan

Dupont High School Alumni Assn., Inc.

Edward Jones financial Advisors

Kyle Morgan Edwards ’06

James C. and Azalie Egnew

first Baptist Church of Russell Spring

first United Methodist Church of glasgow

florida State USBC youth Association, Inc.

Charles C. and Monica L. fourman

friendship Baptist Church

gaddie Shamrock, Inc.

Dennis and Janet george

Dr. Robert R. ’59 and Carol A.* goodin

J. Warren and Catherine R. gorrell

Karen A. govender

grand Chapter of Kentucky

greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health

greensburg Rotary Club

guestHouse Inc.

Hardin County Water District #2

Dr. Raymond Bruce Harris ’08

Christina Harrison

Henderson County Schools

Henry County Board of Education-Clara Lee Kyle Testamentary Trust

Brian P. and Debbie J. Holloway

Sam B. ’52 and Joyce McKinney ’49* Holmes

Raymond C. and Brenda K. Howard

Inter County Energy Cooperative

J. P. and W. R. Jewell foundation

Janes fertilizer of Columbia, Ky.

Jeffries Hardware

Johnson County Community foundation, Inc.

Joel A. and Denette J. Johnston

Jolly Angels

Charles W. and Della Mae Jones

Dr. William B. and Dottie Julian

Douglas R. Keaton

Kentucky Blood Center

Kentucky Business and Professional Women’s foundation, Inc.

Kentucky School Boards Association Educational foundation

Kentucky State Police

Kentucky Thermal Inspections, LLC

Kyra W. Ketron

Candace f. Kimball ’17

Evlyn Komosa

LandN federal Credit Union

Billy g. ’63 and Donna Quigley ’63 Lacy

Lake Triangle USBC

Kevin J. Lashley

Dr. Curtis Lee, Jr. ’02

Dr. Hilda Humphress Legg ’72

J. Paul ’75 and Carol Long

Dr. Jeremy M. and Mary C. Lord

Dr. Barry and Mary Anne Loy

Drs. george M. and Sue y. Luckey

Russell ’70 and Janice Loy ’69 Lunsford

Larry and Dr. Rachel Marshall

Stephen R. and Elizabeth A. grant ’75 Martin

Dr. Timothy and Misuzu McAlpine

Hannah Elizabeth McCandless ’17

McDonald’s

Mark L. McKinnon

Lynn B. ’73 and Jean Dohoney ’49* McLean

Memorial United Methodist Church, Elizabethtown, Ky

William g. and Becky Meyer

Mi/Di Inc.

Jacquelyn g. Montgomery

Anthony A. ’16 and Sandra L. Moore ’12

Phillip W. and Rebecca Holloway Morris

Betty Jean Moseley

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CYRINTHA TERRY CIRCLE ($1,000 TO $2,499.99) – CONTINUED

Dr. Kelly and Betty Moss

Pash ’94 and Kim Nangia

Nashville Old Timers Baseball Association

Lafawn C. Nettles ’02

Owensboro Branch of the NAACP

JoAnn Panko

Dr. Patricia A. Parrish

Dr. Susan f. Patterson ’97

Douglas and Roberta Peterson

Pg and E Corporation foundation

Dr. Clarenda M. Phillips

Chelsea R. Pike ’15

Dr. James J. ’65 and Patti Pike

Bob and Janet Potter

Dr. Mohammad Pourheydarian

Preschool Enrichment Program

R. Douglas and Tammy Pyles

Dr. Michael L. Ratliff

Mrs. Walter S. Reuling

Dr. Robert and Rita McAfee ’05 Reynolds

The Reverend Robert C. and Vivian Rice

Brandon C. Roberts

Zachery T. ’17 and Lynnsey K. Rodgers’17 Oakes

Rogers Chiropractic Clinic

Dr. Ricky L. Rowe

Dr. Christopher ’01 and Rebecca Peers ’00 Schmidt

Screaming Eagle foundation, Inc.

Charles and Dr. Melinda Squires ’94 Senters

Settle Memorial United Methodist Church

Wendell R. Shirley ’56

Siloam Springs High School

Destiny Elaine Simpson

Joe and Jill Smith

Somerset Hardwood Lumber, Inc.

gloria Sotelo

Southern States Correctional Assoc.

State farm Insurance Co.

State Street United Methodist Church, Bowling green, Ky

William W. Straus ’70

Strongsville Chamber of Commerce

Taylor County Homemakers Club

Taylor County Junior Miss, Inc.

The Hortense B. Perry foundation

Chris ’01 and Amy Thompson ’99 Wells

T. J. Samson Community Hospital

Rachel M. Todd

Trimble Co. 4-H Council

Union County High School

United Citizens Bank

USA BMX foundation, American Bicycle Association

Victor Mohr Scholarship Trust

Richard L. ’61 and Mary Ann Wagner

Richard Lee ’64 and Marsha Brock ’64 Walker

The Reverends gene A. and Carolyn Mann Weddle ’10

Chris ’01 and Amy Thompson ’99 Wells

Ray and Cynthia Antle ’96 Wells

James H. ’58* and Deborah Smothers ’99 Wentworth

Dr. Jerry Westerfield

John ’84 and Shelia Wood ’91 Wethington

Tom and Christie Wethington ’83

WLRH Auxiliary

B.A. "Woody" Woodward and Marcia

Tucker yarberry ’62

WELDON SOCIETY ($200 TO $999.99)

3 Trees Church, Inc.

Matthew A. Abel ’17

Adair County Retired Teachers

William L. and Roseann Alexander

American Legion of Indiana

American Legion Post 113

Michael M. and Alice D. Anderson

Anderson’s Pizzeria

Paul and Renee Andrews

Antioch Church

Apollo High School

Dwight and Cynthia D. Armstrong

John W. ’68 and Melissa Saunier Arnold

Charles D. and Vicki M. Arthur

Dr. Alex W. ’08 and Joie Bailey

The Reverend Philip T. and Peggy Barnum

greg and Karen Bauer

Carl ’63* and Pamela C. Beck

Jakob T. Beckley

Susanne M. Bell

Derek and Jamie N. Buchanan ’04 Benningfield

Martha Henry ’48 Berry

Mary Ella Cooper ’93 Bertram

Phil Allen and Martha* Bertram

The Reverend A. Wayne ’67 and Lois Bishop

A. Dianne Blair

Judy A. Blossom

James W. Bottoms

Brett Bradford

Darrel ’75 and Rebekah Moseley ’78 Bragg

Drs. Robert B. Brashear and Debra Arnett

Bratcher Enterprises, LLC

Braves 2 College Scholarship fund

Benjamin f. ’61 and Susan K. Breeding

Clint and Deborah Buchanan ’72 Brizendine

David W. and Sandra E. Brock

Robert f. and Tamera Brock

fred J. ’72 and Dr. Betty Bruton ’60 Brown

Nancy Officer ’49 Buchanan

Jim Bunning foundation

Barney and Mary Anna Burns

Mike Burris

Joe Burroughs

greg and Julie Burton

Jamey Burton

Jonathan D. and Amanda Burton

Dale and Rhonda M. Burton

Drew A. ’94 and Laura K. Dickinson ’03 Burwash

Richard T.* and Margaret M. Burwash

Cortez ’42* and Ruth Sewell ’42 Butler

Brady C. ’98 and Dr. Emiley W. Button

Nicholas ’04 and Kate Caywood ’02 Cabrini

The Reverend David and Kimberly gipson ’90 Calhoun

garmoline Carpenter

Malcolm Carraco

Carrollton federal Bank

Lester B. ’64* and Mabel Spears ’64 Carter

CDC Medical LLC

Central Kentucky Community Action Council, Inc.

Natalie D. Ciresi Chaudoin ’04

Christ United Methodist Church, Bowling green

Sam and Renee Clark

The Reverend Samuel R. ’50 and Barbara Salley ’59 Clark

Melissa Philley Clauson

Randall Clauson

Lee S. ’63 and Marcia W. Clore

Daryl and Kathy Coe

Jack and Margie feese ’60 Collins

Commonwealth Smoothie and Supplement Co.

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WELDON SOCIETY ($200 TO $999.99) – CONTINUED

Community Partners of Shawnee Mental Health Center, Inc.

Josh W. Conner ’04

Jesse W. Cook ’06

garry and Virginia Coomer

Margie Rice Coomer ’56

Andre A. ’04 and Amy Kirchner ’00 Cooper

Sherry A. Corbin

Louis and yvonne Corral

Randy Coulter

Jerry D. and Carol M. Cox

Drs. Jeffrey J. and Jodi Crane

Crescent Hill United Methodist Church

Crescent Hill United Methodist Women

Cross Chrysler Jeep fiat

The Reverend Dennis g. and Kathryn Crump

Ann Davis

David and Melody J. Davis

Tyler DeArmond

Troy and Kimberly Decker

Jake Deffenbaugh

Richard and Jean A. flatt ’58 Denholtz

John W. and Helen Dixon

Dr. Benjamin Djeukeng ’00

Dr. Max M. and Patti Downey

Barney L. and Sandra Zimmerman ’69 Doyle

Dr. Roger and Judy Drake ’12

Magdalene Dudgeon *

Andrea Barton Dunlap ’18

Hunter and Joyce goodin ’61 Durham

Linda LeVally ’62 Early

Eastern Mid TN Realtors, Association, Inc.

Sabine M. Eastham

James Eaves Jr.

Joshua and Lori A. Riddle ’02 Eberenz

Terrence and Lina A. Edin

Carol M. Edwards

Elizabeth Stone Educational fund

Tabitha M. Ellis ’90

Jarrett and Angela L. Embry

Eminence Rotary Club

Alvin W. and Kathleen Ensz

James M. Epperson

Evarts High School Alumni and Scholarship Assoc.

f.C. Boyd, Sr. Christian School

farmers Bank of Milton

Betsy fausnaugh

Benjamin S. ’05 and Charity Milby ’01 ferguson

Marilyn K. ferguson

ferguson Enthusiasts of North America, LLC

fern Creek Chiropractic Center

Richard C. ’91 and Linda ’89 fitzpatrick

Robert W. flowers ’70

Judith R. ford

Hugh T. and gayle P. fountain

Don franklin-Nissan

franklin Simpson High School Project graduation

Roger H. freeman

friends for Michael, Inc.

friends of Wolf Creek National fish Hatchery

Dean and Claudia R. froedge

The Reverend Montie and Teresa L. fugate

Rebecca Denton ’60 gabehart

Lewis* and gayle Corbin garrison

gehres Landscaping Associates, Inc.

Kenneth george ’64

Robert R. and Thelma L. gibson

gift 4 george, LLC

Bettye Sue gilpin ’81

glasgow first United Methodist Church

David P. goguen

Neal M. ’73 and Harriet McQuaide ’82 gold

Tevie S. ’07 and Allysa L. Pruitt ’08 gooden

grace family fellowship

Richard and Beth grant

Dr. Dale and Sara gray

grayson County Baptist Association

great American Rivalry Series iHigh, Inc.

Charles H. ’48 and Christine greenman

Tommy ’73 and Marsha Caldwell ’73 grider

griffiths Restaurants, Inc.

grissom funeral Home

Richard and Lesa Hagan

Hagan Scholarship foundation

Hardinsburg United Methodist Church

Harlem Scholarship foundation

Joseph R. ’62 and florence B. Harner

Jonthan Lance Harrington ’12

Harrison County Community foundation

Keith Hatcher

Regina Michelle Haugen ’05

Robert L. and Margaret Robinson ’51* Haynes

Kimberley A. Harvey Helm ’85

Roy Henning

Henry County Band Boosters

Nita Hesford

Kenneth W. and Sharon A. Higgins

Dustin Hinkle

Mark S. Hitchings

HMC Service Company

Joe T. and Barbara Hodges

James W. and Barbara C. Holsinger

gary Honeycutt

John M. ’67 and Betty Horton

John franklin Hoxworth ’69

Dr. george f. Hromyak, Jr.

Danny and Brenda Hudnall

Michael L. and Carol Jane Hudnall

Roy H. and Jane Hunt

Hunt finished Basements, LLC

Jonathan Scott Hupp

Kelsie R. Hurst

Hydro Aluminum Metals USA, LLC

Dr. Britt C. ’07 and Caitlyn A. Jackson

Dr. Robert ’50 and Ruth Jackson

Douglas James

Chaplain Jadell and Carolyn Janes

Joe Jones Construction

Andre Johannes

Dr. Andrew T. Johnson

greg ’65 and Mary L. Johnson

Marty and Dianne Johnson

Arvis Ray Kearns ’86

Callah D. Kimball

Kiwanis Club of Sturgis

Donald E. ’74 and Betty Shirley ’73 Knifley

gerard and Barbara J. Knights

Willard Knipp

Dr. george and yvonne Kolbenschlag

Scott and Tiffany Kreisher

Dr. gary T. ’61 and Doris McKinney ’60 Lane

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WELDON SOCIETY ($200 TO $999.99) – CONTINUED

Jerry Lawson

Embry M. ’56* and Judy H. Lay

Barbara Leonard

Lewis Transport, Inc.

David and Susanne Lim

Lincoln Trail Master gardeners

Bettye M. Long

Loudon High School

Brenda E. Loy

John f. ’57 and Betty Murrell ’57 Loyd

David Lull

M g L Auto Sales

Jerry Manning

David L. and Brenda Toler ’71 Maraman

Marathon Ashland Petroleum LLC

Marine Corps League

Marion County Junior Miss, Inc.

Marrowbone Methodist Church

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Kevin R. Sinclair

Marvin and Barbara Sipes

Richard W. and Norma S. Sizemore

Helen Skelton

Joseph D. and Mary B. Skipworth

Ann Slade

Taylor M. Slade

Sleep Inn and Suites

Merik Sliedrecht

June Sloan

Bernie and Tammy Newton ’06 Sluder

Don E. and Shirley Slyder

Nola J. Smallwood

Dakota Smith

Huston K. Smith

Joe and Eva Smith

Jonathan M. Smith ’13

Judy M. Smith

Dr. Laura A. Bailey Smith

Leslie N. Smith

The Reverend Jay f. and

Dr. Marian R. Smith

Marilyn C. Smith

Trent and Mitza McClure ’88 Smith

Randall and Angie Smith

Kenneth and Robin D. ’02 Smith

Russell and Kathleen Smith

Sara Smith

Skyler E. Smith

Jason T. and Stephanie Smith

Timothy W. Smith

Travis Whitney ’05 and Dr. Allison L. Smith

Willard N. and Sue Smith

Katie Smith ’05 Johnson

Virgil and Diana Snawder

Samuel L. Sneed

David and Robyn Snow

Emily I. Snow

Kaylee M. Snow

Dorota Sobolewska

Paulina Sobolewska

Krzysztof Sobolewski

Sandra J. Songer

Dan Soper

Michael Austin ’13 and Dr. Amy g. Souers

Malcolm S. ’54* and

Esther garner ’54 Sparks

Charles and Helen Hancock ’55 Sparks

Merrylen W. Sparks

Austin C. Sparrow

Brittany Speer

Holly Ann Speer

Aaron Spencer

Deamon Spencer

Leon T. and Donna Jean ’03 Spencer

Chelsea L. Spoelker

David W. and Anita S. Spoelker

Doug Spoelker

Sports Biz Printing, Inc.

Springfield United Methodist Church

Stacy R. Cobb ’05 Springston

Allexis M. Sprinkle

Jeff E. and Tammy B. Spry

Scott A. ’88 and Mary Ann Squires

John and Margaret fisher ’64 Srack

Shelia Marie Stacy ’16

Tyrone E. Stallard ’18

Susan K. Staples

Stateline Steel, LLC

Joseph Stearns

Mariah A. Stearns ’17

Monica Stearns

Steve and Vickie Steger

Betty JoAnn Steinhilber

William Joseph Steinhilber

Casey E. Stenger ’18

grant M. Stephens

Dr. John g. Stephenson

Lynn A. Stetson

Chelsie M. Stevenson

Christian B. Stevenson

Charles L. Stewart ’85

Keeley C. Hanson ’15

Matthew Stewart

Ruth Stewart

Wally Stewart ’69

Missy Strickland

Megan N. Stiles

Carl Stoltzfus

Kalob M. Stotts

Sarah L. Stotts

Margie A. Straut

Streamkey

Dr. Anne C. Streeter

Chris and Dawn Streets

Lauren E. Streets

Scott Streets

Sheila Streets

Ashley P. Strong

Kimberly S. Strong

Caleb Strunk

freda Strunk

Jeffrey T. Strunk

Lauryn A. Stumbo

Jenny Stumler

Justin W. Sturgeon

Janella Sullivan

James R. and Pamela P. Sutherly

Barney H. Sutley

Charles Q. Sutton

yui Suzuki

gene and Lori Swanson

Virginia L. Swift

T and T food Enterprises, LLC

Linda Tabor

Daniel M. Taijeron

Tomoki Takeda

Michael R. ’91 and Dana Herron ’95 Talley

Lauren E. Talley

Noah Reid Tanker

Tastefully yours, Inc.

Billy D. Taylor

Mark Anthony Taylor, II

Sherri Taylor

Dr. Thomas M. Taylor

Joe Teague

Tearoff Products

Jerry Teegarden

Laura E. Teegarden

Mollie Jane Teegarden

Mackenzie R. Terrell

Marcus Q. Terrell ’18

Kay Terry

Wayne D. ’62 and Katie Terry

Nicholas J. Thacker ’18

James D. and Kelly g. Thaler

The CIA

The Clorox Company

The Homeplace on green River, Inc.

The Keitha Russell Revocable Trust

The Kid Spot Center, LLC

Alberta Thomas

Amelia E. Thomas ’15

gary Thomas

Jerry ’88 and Dorene Thomas

Anna Kate Radford Thomas

Meagan Thomas

Rudy M. Thomas

Stephanie E. Thomas

Angela f. Thompson

Anthony Q. Thompson ’18

Clifton* and Linda Thompson

David E. and Nola S. Thompson

Jared Andrew Thompson

J. Brandon ’04 and

Tiffany Parnell ’04 Thompson

Lane M. Thompson ’17

Macy Lynne Thompson

Molly Marie Thompson

Rodney Thompson ’89

JeRon Keith Thornton

Clyde Thornton Trust

Adrianna Shellie Thrasher

Cameron T. Thurman

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FRIENDS (GIFTS UP TO $199.99) – CONTINUED

Joanna Caroline Tidei

Cory and Sheri Tilford

gary and Carole Tilford

James M. and Linda C. Tiller

Timothy Ervin Tax Acct.

Jim Tindall

Caitlyn N. Tino ’18

Jim Tino

Louise C. Tino

Johnathan Tinsley

Sherlene Todd

Laura L. Wesson ’11 Torres

Beverly Townsend

Sarah Townswick

Trimble County Board of Education

Stephanie Troyer

Connor Dean True

Sheila R. Truett

Barbara J. Trumpis

yusuke Tsukahara

Pam Tull

Amber B. Turner ’18

Andrew W. Turner

Bobby and Donna g. Turner

Easton T. Turner

Emma Layne Turner

gregory S. Turner ’10

Dr. Janet P. Turner

Scott C. Turner

James Tutt

Twin Lakes gymnastics

U.S. Nails and Spa

Nancy Uhls

Mita Uiato

Teddy and Carol Upchurch

Rene M. Valadez-Ruiz ’09

Andrea Vanarsdale

Alan and Beth VanArsdale

Trilby T. Vance

Cynthia S. Vanderbur ’13

Samuel A. and Norma S. Vanover

Virginia L. Vanover

Macayla J. Vaughan ’15

Theo Vaughan

Arizona B. Vaughn

Darlene Vaughn ’14

Paul E. and Carma Veraldi

Kayla D. Via

Daniel Vickous

Jacob Vickous

Susan L. Vickous

garrett Vickrey

Lawrence and Mary A. Vieira

Courtney B. Vincent

Vana Vincent

Ryan N. ’02 and

francesca Napier ’01 Vitatoe

Haley Brooke Vittitow

William J. and Judy gail Vowels

Rollin B. Wade ’62

Noah J. Wagers

Donald J. and Carolyn f. Waldner

Matilda Walker

Matthew C. Walker ’18

Bryan E. Wallace

Carolyn Wallace ’16

Chad L. Wallace

Morris and Edith C. Wallace

Kenneth W. and Rhonda L. Walls

WalMart

Brennen S. Walton

Mary Ann Ward

William A. ’57 and

Virginia Matthews ’57 Ward

Anneda J. Warden

James and Alma Warren

James and Jaime Washburn

David and Nancy Watson

Chris and Sandra Keltner ’77 Watts

Sharon Wayne

Jack and Elaine Webb

James and Brenda Webb

Clara Mae Wehrbein

Brian Weigel

Stephanie C. Weir

Alexis Nicole Wells

greyson B. Wells

Raymond E. Wells, III

Reilly Wells

Luke Edward Westmoreland

Anna M. Wethington

Brenna M. Wethington

gerry and Karen Wethington

Patricia S. Wethington

Rachel M. Wethington ’18

William C. ’93 and Leah N. ’93 Wethington

William C. and Betty Lou Wethington

Bettye Sullivan ’57 Wheat

John A. Wheat

Sanford Wheat

James E. and Beverly Wheatley

Abigail J. Whelan

Chris and Janice M. helan

Les and Laura A. Whelan

Mary Whelan

Ronnie Whelan

Sam Whelan

Scott and Daphne Whelan

garth A. Whicker

Barry K. and Sheila White

Colby J. White

Lucas and Melanie White

Roy E.* and Wanda W. White

Meghan I. Whitehead ’18

Ryan M. ’14 and

Jessica Wethington ’13 Whitlock

Dr. Justin A. ’06 and galen Whitney

Jodeen Oneiya Whyte ’18

Wiesemann Orthodontics

Rodney and Ronda Stewart-Wilcox

The Reverend David g. ’67 and Win Wilde

Ken M. ’91 and Dr. Lynda Wilkerson ’78

Olivia Danielle Wilkerson

Ann E. Willert ’14

Aqualyn E. Williams

Bambi R. Williams ’16

Betty Williams

Craig A. ’64* and

Brenda Collins ’87 Williams

Bruce D. Williams

Bryce Vaughn Williams

gatha Williams ’87

Langley Williams

Larry and Annie Williams

Abraham and Mildred Williams

Sarah W. Williams

TiCorion J. Williams ’18

Waverly Williams

Molly C. Williamson

Harold B. ’84 and Shelia Smith ’84 Willis

Joseph and Laura Willis

Tessa M. Pyles Willis ’18

William L. ’62 and Sue C. Willis

Brandon Tyler Wilson

Dolores Wilson ’85

Lleslie L. Wilson ’00

Norman L. and yvette D. Wilson

Richard Shawn Winfield, Jr.

Chester R. and Sharon E. Wirrig

Mark L. and Mary Wise

Reverend Bobby and Malesa Withers

Malgorzata Wlaszczuk

Williams furniture and Appliances

Dr. Jerry g. and Jeanette R. Wood

Michael A. Woodward

David Wooldridge ’66

Ashley N. Wooten ’18

g. Wesley and Jacquelin P. Worley

Cameron Kyle Wright

Juanita K. Wright

Bingqing Wu

Drs. Daniel L. and

Emilie N. Schnopp-Wyatt

Michele L. Wyatt

Eric S. Wyrick

Merv W. ’62 and Joyce yadon

yuta yamamoto

The Reverend J. Wilbur yates ’51

Jamie L. yates

Philip and Vicki yates

Troy L., Jr. and April D. yates

Robert M. yoder

Saya yokoi

Brent yonts

Jada L. york

Eli Kirk young ’17

Holly M. young

The Reverend Meryl and

Ruth Ann young

Sarah E. young ’05

Toby E. ’99 and Ann Ballou ’89 young

Joan Zellner

Michael Zietlow

Sophia Zmorzenski

J. D. and Ellen Zornes

Anna Zwiebel

Lara Zwiebel

Lewis Robert and Lee Ann Zwiebel

Rob Zwiebel

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FRANCES SMOTHERS SOCIETY

The frances Smothers Society is a donor recognition society created to recognize those individuals and organizations who faithfully support Lindsey Wilson

College year after year without regard to the size of the gift. The frances Smothers Society recognizes individual donors who have made consecutive gifts at

least five consecutive years. This information is based on giving records since 1984.

Dr. Annette Abel (10)

Lewis C. ’56 and Betty Adair (7)

Adair County Community Voice (12)

Adair County Retired Teachers (11)

The Adair Progress (5)

guy W. and Jeanne Triplett Adams (25)

Judge John R. Adams (9)

Dr. L. Dean ’78 and

Valerie J. Murrell ’90 Adams (22)

Ronnie B. and Brenda Allen (5)

Michael M. and Alice D. Anderson (5)

Anderson’s Pizzeria (5)

Dan L. ’71 and Patti L. Antle (26)

Rebecca K. Antle (9)

Army Emergency Relief (8)

John W. ’68 and Melissa Saunier Arnold (20)

Association of Independent Ky Colleges and

Universities (26)

Elizabeth T. Atcher (10)

Dr. Alex W. ’08 and Joie Bailey (5)

Walter A. ’55* and Jane Baker (6)

Kenneth A. Baker (9)

Robert A. Baker ’79 (10)

Bank of Columbia (5)

Charles ’53 and Barbara Barnes (17)

Houston P. and Ophelia Lucas ’00 Barnes (23)

The Reverend Philip T. and Peggy Barnum (8)

David ’87 and Rhonda Melson ’04 Begley (24)

Drs. John B. and Lucretia Begley (34)

Donald R. ’61 and

Patricia Smith ’62 Benningfield (5)

Derek and

Jamie N. Buchanan ’04 Benningfield (7)

Martha Henry ’48 Berry (13)

The Reverend Clarence ’58* and Mary Ella

Cooper ’93 Bertram (31)

Phil Allen and Martha* Bertram (8)

Sydney J. Bird ’13 (5)

James A. Blair (9)

Mark H. ’10 and

Suzanne M. Babak ’03 Blakeman (9)

Board of Higher Education and Ministry (28)

Mike and Cheryl L. Whitehead ’04 Boger (10)

Elizabeth N. Boisvert ’09 (10)

Dr. Michael J. Bosela (8)

James W. Bottoms (9)

Laurance ’66 and Cheryl Branch (9)

Drs. Robert B. Brashear and Debra Arnett (23)

Benjamin f. ’61 and Susan K. Breeding (12)

Clint and Deborah Buchanan ’72 Brizendine (9)

David W. and Sandra E. Brock (5)

Robert f. and Tamera Brock (8)

Carolyn Strange ’63 Brockman (10)

W. Danny Brockman (9)

John Robert Brown ’13 (6)

Dr. Kimberly E. Brown ’06 (11)

James D. Bryant (9)

Junius E. Bryant ’53 (34)

Nancy Officer ’49 Buchanan (8)

Dr. Alta M. Burnett (5)

B.J. and Hilma Burnett (32)

Barney and Mary Anna Burns (8)

Randy J. ’93 and Miranda Burns (11)

Ben ’64 and Elizabeth Burr (20)

Eddie D. Burton (9)

Jonathan D. and Amanda Burton (5)

Drew A. ’94 and

Laura K. Dickinson ’03 Burwash (20)

Richard T.* and Margaret M. Burwash (12)

John* and Lori Bush (23)

Cortez ’42* and Ruth Sewell ’42 Butler (6)

Brady C. ’98 and Dr. Emiley W. Button (13)

The Reverend David and

Kimberly gipson ’90 Calhoun (6)

Dr. Patrice C. McCarter (10)

Paul and M. Jill Pierce ’92 Callison (9)

Campbellsville Automotive, LLC (8)

gordon and

Melissa Ann Pridemore ’90 Carlton (8)

Emily Carnall ’12 (7)

garmoline Carpenter (33)

Malcolm Carraco (7)

glenda Carter (7)

Johnny R. and Rita Carter (9)

Lester B. ’64* and

Mabel Spears ’64 Carter (15)

Dr. Thomas P. and Julialice* Carter (34)

felix Carlos Casa deValle ’16 (5)

Steven and Deborah Thomas ’77 Caswell (8)

James and Paulette Caywood (20)

Allison g. Chafin ’13 (6)

Dr. gerald and Sonja Chafin (10)

Jackie L. and

Kirsty Marie Marr ’06 Chapman (9)

Natalie D. Ciresi Chaudoin ’04 (8)

John E. ’71 and

Catherine Pence ’71 Chowning (17)

Charles and

Patricia Merkley ’55* Christiansen (6)

Lowell and Marilyn Lacy ’56 Clark (11)

The Reverend Samuel R. ’50 and

Barbara Salley ’59 Clark (19)

Melissa Philley Clauson (16)

Daryl and Kathy Coe (6)

Mark E. and Maggie Coleman (5)

David W. and Cynthia P. Collier (5)

Jack and Margie feese ’60 Collins (8)

Columbia Rotary Club (8)

Columbia United Methodist Church (7)

f. Thomas and Barbara Conway (11)

garry and Virginia Coomer (23)

The Reverend John C. ’65 and

Janice Coomer (19)

Richie W. ’63 and

Sue Breeding ’67 Coomer (34)

Andre A. ’04 and

Amy Kirchner ’00 Cooper (9)

Sherry A. Corbin (9)

D. Pete ’01 and Adele Cornett (5)

Dr. Billy J. and Velma Cox (5)

Drs. Jeffrey J. and Jodi Crane (18)

Cumberland Cellular Partnership (6)

Cumberland Cellular, Inc.

d/b/a Duo County Telecom (6)

Ronald W. and

Charlotte grimsley ’74 Curry (7)

Betty Jean and Ralph* Dailey (12)

Drs. Charles and Teresa Spurling Darnell (34)

The Reverend William R. ’67 and

Bonnie Davenport (15)

Dr. Donald B. and Billie T.* Davis (5)

David and Melody J. Davis (19)

Scott A. ’87 and Angela M. DeBurger (15)

Richard and Jean A. flatt ’58 Denholtz (9)

Dr. Roger and Judy Drake ’12 (14)

William Dukes ’07 (5)

Duo County Telephone Corporation (14)

Hunter and Joyce goodin ’61 Durham (26)

Robert H. Durham ’89 (5)

E. O. Robinson Mountain fund (5)

Linda LeVally ’62 Early (14)

Joshua and Lori A. Riddle ’02 Eberenz (11)

William R. and Kathleen Edwards (18)

Al Ross and Donna Lee Eferstein (20)

Tabitha M. Ellis ’90 (7)

Alvin W. and Kathleen Ensz (12)

Mamadou fall ’08 (10)

Dr. Neil R. and Carrie Luker ’67 farris (11)

Benjamin S. ’05 and

Charity Milby ’01 ferguson (18)

first and farmers National Bank (33)

Brian E. and Sara R. Hargis ’04 foos (7)

Cynthia E. ford (17)

Diane M. ford (8)

Chris and Myra Tompkins ’98 ford (20)

Ronald ford (9)

Peter N. ’65 and Dimple Sell ’66 fournaris (7)

Charles E.’62* and

Nancy Moran fouser ’62 (10)

Dean and Claudia R. froedge (15)

Dr. Thomas M. and Sharon fuchs (5)

Mark Allen ’81 and

Denise glass ’82 fudge (32)

The Reverend Montie and

Teresa L. fugate (15)

Joshua ’09 and

Jennifer Dudley ’06 furkin (11)

Rebecca Denton ’60 gabehart (33)

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FRANCES SMOTHERS SOCIETY – CONTINUED

The Reverend Ron ’61 and

Marjorie gaddie (19)

Rodney E. ’65 and Candace gale (13)

Peter O. gante ’62 (34)

Roger g. ’91 and Virginia Loy ’71 garner (7)

James and Paula K. Smythe ’94 garrison (10)

general Electric foundation (12)

Dennis and Janet george (13)

Kenneth george ’64 (6)

Robert R. and Thelma L. gibson (10)

Dr. Charles S. and

Melissa A. Richards ’85 giles (5)

Michael giordano (10)

glenn P. and Lyndia R. glasgow (6)

David P. goguen (10)

Neal M. ’73 and

Harriet McQuaide ’82 gold (26)

Tevie S. ’07 and

Allysa L. Pruitt ’08 gooden (11)

Dr. Robert R. ’59 and Carol A.* goodin (33)

Terry L. and Shelia g. Dudley (9)

Mark A. ’68 and

Rosemary Ann McCormick ’68 gordon (8)

Marie Walkup gosser ’49 (12)

Karen A. govender (16)

grand Chapter of Kentucky (6)

Donna C. graves ’78 (21)

Charles H. ’48 and Christine greenman (15)

Rebecca Morris ’54 grider (10)

grissom funeral Home (5)

James Eugene 51’ and Peggy guffey (8)

Richard and Lesa Hagan (25)

Harris and Donna Diersing ’67 Hagerthey (6)

Deborah Rogers Hall ’01 (21)

Michael Hamlett (17)

Hancock Tire Center (17)

C. Philip Hanna (24)

Joseph R. ’62 and florence B. Harner (17)

Dr. Raymond Bruce Harris ’08 (11)

Regina Michelle Haugen ’05 (10)

Robert L. and Margaret Robinson ’51* Haynes

(20)

Kimberley A. Harvey Helm ’85 (13)

John and D. D. Hendrickson (15)

Dr. g. Edward ’46 and Martha* Henry (16)

Nita Hesford (8)

Joe T. and Barbara Hodges (16)

Sam B. ’52 and

Joyce McKinney ’49* Holmes (11)

S. Oden and Laurie Howell (5)

John franklin Hoxworth ’69 (17)

Dr. george f. Hromyak, Jr. (5)

Emalene Hughes (5)

The Reverend Larry W. ’65 and

Ruth Ann Hughes (6)

Adam D. and

Jasmine Hammond ’13 Humphress (5)

Roy H. and Jane Hunt (18)

Jodi L. MacKenzie Irvin (8)

J. P. and W. R. Jewell foundation (18)

Dr. Britt C. ’07 and Caitlyn A. Jackson (6)

Jeffries Hardware (20)

Hilda Willis ’55 Jenkins (29)

John B. and

Brownie young Memorial fund (8)

Andre Johannes (15)

greg ’65 and Mary L. Johnson (9)

Mark A. Jones (8)

Dr. William B. and Dottie Julian (22)

Dr. Ronald Kaluya ’11 (5)

Arvis Ray Kearns ’86 (7)

george H. ’52 and Jane ’63 Keltner (6)

Dennis C. ’73 and Carolyn Sue Kemmer (23)

Helen Walker ’48 Kemp (9)

Kentucky Blood Center (7)

Kentucky United Methodist Conference (34)

The Kentucky United Methodist

foundation (25)

Kyra W. Ketron (10)

Linda Underwood ’67 King (9)

Donald E. ’74 and

Betty Shirley ’73 Knifley (6)

Dr. Daniel Allan and Linda Koger (8)

Dr. george and yvonne Kolbenschlag (32)

Evlyn Komosa (23)

Billy g. ’63 and Donna Quigley ’63 Lacy (15)

Dr. gary T. ’61 and

Doris McKinney ’60 Lane (14)

Embry M. ’56* and Judy H. Lay (34)

Vickie Q. Lay ’92 (11)

Dr. Curtis Lee, Jr. ’02 (17)

Dr. Hilda Humphress Legg ’72 (10)

The Reverend Daniel L. Lincoln (8)

Lincoln County Educational fund, Inc. (12)

Clint and Dorinda Cherry ’10 Livesay (21)

Porter E. Lobb (9)

Lon and

Jessie R. Rogers Educational Trust (30)

Bettye M. Long (20)

Dr. Jeremy M. and Mary C. Lord (9)

Dr. Barry and Mary Anne Loy (8)

Marshall ’62 and Joan Loy (18)

Harry* and Nancy Loy (6)

John f. ’57 and Betty Murrell ’57 Loyd (9)

David E. and Carolyn S. Lucas (8)

gerald W. Lucas (8)

Dr. William T. and

Elise Hendrickson ’88 Luckey (27)

Drs. george M. and Sue y. Luckey (10)

garrett J. Luttrell ’11 (8)

Dr. Pete and Dixie Mahurin (24)

Leighton ’98 and Amanda gagel ’97 Main (13)

Marathon Ashland Petroleum LLC (7)

Tonia R. Marcum ’10 (7)

Charles R. ’67 and

Dr. Carol Cheatham ’67 Marra (28)

Larry and Dr. Rachel Marshall (8)

Rita W. Marshall (8)

Cecil and Lynne Martin (9)

Stephen R. and

Elizabeth A. grant ’75 Martin (17)

Thomas O. Matthews ’51 (8)

Bill W. ’61 and Margaret Mauney (6)

Collis g. ’64 and Rebecca Mayfield (22)

Andy W. McAllister ’04 (13)

Dr. Timothy g. and Suzy McAlpine (20)

Drs. Jerry W. and Kendrick McCandless (7)

Tyler f. McCubbins ’09 (10)

Ronnie W. and Tanya K. Mcgaughey (9)

Paul f. McKinley ’59 (11)

Mark L. McKinnon (8)

Lynn B. ’73 and

Jean Dohoney ’49* McLean (27)

Rollin ’61 and

Stella Chuppe ’62 McQueary (5)

Craig J. ’68 and Barbara L. Miller (10)

L. Powell and Ashley M. Miller (7)

Beverly Jane Miller (9)

f. Dennis and Sandra I. Milner (5)

Susan K. Minton (17)

Kris Ann Schuhmann Mitchell ’05 (7)

Modern Woodmen fraternal financial (6)

Zella Monroe (9)

Jacquelyn g. Montgomery (6)

Anthony A. ’16 and Sandra L. Moore ’12 (15)

Dr. David W. and Delorah Jewell* Moore (20)

Jon ’63 and Nancy L. Moore (23)

W. Joe and Mary Angela ’04 Moore (19)

Thomas E. ’63 and

Janice Branstetter ’64 Morgan (9)

Dr. Thomas C. ’40* and Betty W. Morrison (5)

Betty Jean Moseley (29)

Dr. Buelon R. and Sue Moss (10)

Dr. Kelly and Betty Moss (16)

Munfordville and

Mt. Beulah U.M. Women (15)

glenn and

Lisa Michelle Hatton ’93 Murray (8)

Pash ’94 and Kim Nangia (10)

gordon Taft Neal III (10)

Jeff and Rita f. Neat (9)

Nel Morrison Charitable Trust (17)

The Reverend Lawrence J. Nettles (10)

Michael L. ’00 and Mila Newton (24)

The Reverend Larry Noe ’85 (14)

Charles gregory ’68 and Jessica Norbert (7)

Eleanor T. Norfleet* (14)

Christopher R. and Wendy Oliver (9)

Wayne and Judith Wells ’58 Ostrander (10)

Betty Wright Overstreet ’57 (13)

Joshua B. and

Jennifer Parrigin ’12 Overstreet (9)

JoAnn Panko (20)

Larry D. ’67 and Marsha Parker (8)

Dr. Allan M. and Bunny C. Parnell (22)

Dr. Jeffrey and Lisa Parsons (11)

Khyati M. Patel ’12 (7)

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FRANCES SMOTHERS SOCIETY – CONTINUED

Dr. Shilpan M. Patel ’04 (9)

Charles D. and Virginia Patterson (9)

Dr. Susan f. Patterson ’97 (13)

Bonnie K. Payton ’56 (10)

Brian and Janet Peake (11)

Hannah E. Peck ’12 (7)

John D. ’81 and Susan Peck (11)

Paul g. Peck ’75 (16)

Lisa Ann Pelton (9)

Sheila N. Pendleton (20)

Trudy Perry (17)

Douglas and Roberta Peterson (6)

Tula Peterson (14)

Pg and E Corporation foundation (5)

Dr. greg and Bonita Phelps (19)

Richard and Mary Beth Phelps (6)

A. Codell ’76 and Pat Phipps (17)

Pizza Hut of Southeast Kansas (5)

Roy J. ’54* and frances Polston (5)

Willis ’94 and Traci Luckey ’91 Pooler (25)

Tim ’05 and

Kendra Lea Leveridge ’06 Popplewell (9)

Stacy and Venus Popplewell ’16 (13)

John and Ruth Porter (11)

Nacole A. Potts ’99 (10)

Dr. Mohammad Pourheydarian (25)

Preschool Enrichment Program (6)

Chad Anthony Price (9)

Johnnie O. Prock ’53 (16)

Dr. Lenn* and Mary Ellen Pruitt (6)

Danny and Sandy Pyles (15)

Pyles Excavating, Inc. (6)

Keith ’42 and Mary Stovall ’42 Radford (34)

Marilyn goodin Radford ’92 (24)

Dr. Michael L. Ratliff (28)

Mrs. Walter S. Reuling (14)

The Reverend Howard O. and

Dee Reynolds (34)

Dr. Robert and

Rita McAfee ’05 Reynolds (31)

Dr. Michael ’67 and Alice Rice (11)

Eldridge and Elizabeth Richards (18)

Jason ’97 and Daniela Richardson (5)

Kenneth f. and Tammy Roberts (6)

Dr. Kerry E. Robertson (20)

Billie L. Robinson ’06 (12)

The Reverend Charles Rogers (15)

Rogers Chiropractic Clinic (16)

Charlie ’65 and Mary Rosenbaum (11)

Dr. Ricky L. Rowe (34)

Rubin and Hays (6)

Corey M. and Maria Bonza Ruff (9)

Michele Russell ’12 (5)

Russell Springs

United Methodist Church (16)

William Andrew ’09 and

Hannah Allen ’12 Sadler (10)

Steve A. Sanders ’89 (17)

Stephen K. and Lisa Rains ’86 Sanford (12)

Tommie Ann Culver Saragas ’06 (13)

Dr. Christopher ’01 and

Rebecca Peers ’00 Schmidt (22)

Richard and Judith L. Schmidt (13)

Drs. Daniel L. and

Emilie Nicole Schnopp-Wyatt (8)

Scholarship Management Services (11)

Dr. Charles f. and Jill Schwartz (17)

Charles and

Dr. Melinda Squires ’94 Senters (19)

Dr. Benson T. and Kristin Sexton (13)

Morris D. ’53 and

Wilma L. farris ’53 She pherd (22)

Stan E. and Sharon E. Smock (8)

J. Brian ’98 and Melanie Shirley (6)

Wendell R. Shirley ’56 (13)

The Reverend Curtis W. and

Corrine Slinker (28)

SMART Scholarship funding/

United States Bowling Congress (6)

Huston K. Smith (8)

Joe and Jill Smith (13)

The Reverend Jay f. and

Dr. Marian R. Smith (6)

Mollie Smith (8)

Randall and Angie Smith (9)

Raymond g. and Susan Smith (7)

Kenneth and Robin D. ’02 Smith (24)

Russell and Kathleen Smith (7)

Timothy W. Smith (26)

Travis Whitney ’05 and

Dr. Allison L. Smith (9)

Dr. frances P. Smothers (34)

Sonic Drive In, Columbia Ky (10)

gloria Sotelo (9)

Billy ’50 and

Mildred Dillingham ’50 Sparks (13)

Malcolm S. ’54* and

Esther garner ’54 Sparks (12)

Deamon Spencer (9)

Chris and Tori Starks (16)

Betty JoAnn Steinhilber (5)

Dr. Julius M. ’47* and

Hazel Bybee ’47* Stephenson (26)

Wally Stewart ’69 (8)

Dr. Sue Cravens Stivers (26)

William W. Straus ’70 (12)

Dr. Anne C. Streeter (6)

Asa J. Swan ’96 and Hon. Allison Ball (10)

Drs. Terry ’97 and

Cinda Johnston ’94 Swan (33)

Virginia L. Swift (12)

Sysco - Louisville food Service (15)

Michael R. ’91 and

Dana Herron ’95 Talley (24)

Billy D. Taylor (9)

Taylor County United Methodist Men (34)

Middle Cumberland

Retired Teachers Association (13)

The Community foundation

of Louisville, Inc. (10)

Anna Kate Radford Thomas (5)

Rudy M. Thomas (15)

Horace H. and Wilma* Thompson (6)

Kevin A. and Donna Beth Thompson (26)

Clyde Thornton Trust (17)

Thomas g. Tuttle ’66 (16)

United Citizens Bank (14)

United Methodist

Higher Education foundation (16)

USA BMX foundation,

American Bicycle Association (6)

Trilby T. Vance (5)

Christy Vaughan ’08 (11)

Rollin B. Wade ’62 (12)

Richard L. ’61 and Mary Ann Wagner (16)

William L. ’41* and

Maxine Walkup ’46 Walker (8)

William A. ’57 and

Virginia Matthews ’57 Ward (20)

Chris and Sandra Keltner ’77 Watts (9)

The Reverends gene A. and

Carolyn Mann Weddle ’10 (14)

Chris ’01 and Amy Thompson ’99 Wells (20)

Donnie and Darlene Wells (16)

Ray and Cynthia Antle ’96 Wells (28)

Western Kentucky

Coca Cola Bottling Company (7)

Robert and

Prudence Hutchison ’69 Westholm (10)

John ’84 and

Shelia Wood ’91 Wethington (30)

Tom and Christie Wethington ’83 (15)

The Reverend gale and

Nancy Wetzel (7)

Barry K. and Sheila White (20)

Mearlene Hendrick ’52 White (17)

Kenneth W. and

Dr. Elizabeth Lowe ’49* Whitfield (34)

Dr. Justin A. ’06 and galen Whitney (9)

The Reverend David g. ’67 and

Win Wilde (13)

Ann E. Willert ’14 (5)

William Shearer Memorial fund (5)

Craig A. ’64* and

Brenda Collins ’87 Williams (10)

Rickie and Christine Todd ’92 Williams (26)

Donnie and Phyllis Willis (15)

Harold B. ’84 and Shelia Smith ’84 Willis (5)

Jeffrey ’88 and Patricia R. Willis (24)

William L. ’62 and Sue C. Willis (16)

Dr. M. A. and

Portia Breeding ’54 Winchester (15)

Jan K. Woody ’77 (21)

Jeanette Russell Wortham ’50 (28)

Trent and Karen Bault ’92 Wright (20)

Drs. Daniel L. and

Emilie N. Schnopp-Wyatt (8)

The Reverend J. Wilbur yates ’51 (11)

39


Nine new members were inducted into the LWC

Golden Alumni Society during 2018 spring commencement

weekend. The new members celebrating their

50-year anniversary are from the Class of 1968. From

left, Gerald McKinney from Nicholasville, Ky., Vonda

Carter from Jamestown, Ky., Barbara Pence Hay from

Louisville, Ky., Janet Jordak Glivar from Salem, Ohio,

John Arnold from Columbia, Ky., Craig Miller from

Lewisburg, W. Va., Caundice Maun Hill from Bexley,

Ohio, Ann McCormick Gordon from Westerville, Ohio

and Mark Gordon from Westerville, Ohio.

NEW HORIZON

Alumni who have not celebrated their 10th class reunion and made gifts of $100 or more during the 2017-2018 fiscal year.

Matthew A. Abel ’17

Dr. Alex W. ’08 and Joie Bailey

Elizabeth N. Boisvert ’09

Emily Carnall ’12

Jeremy Lee Cloyd ’15

Katherine D. Dickerson ’15

Andrea Barton Dunlap ’18

Benton O. and Ashton Jo Pyles ’11 fudge

Kimberly A. gose ’17

Jonthan Lance Harrington ’12

Dr. Raymond Bruce Harris ’08

Candace f. Kimball ’17

garrett J. Luttrell ’11

Tonia R. Marcum ’10

Hannah Elizabeth McCandless ’17

Bailey A. Mize ’17

Anthony A. ’16 and Sandra L. Moore ’12

Callie Jo Moore ’17

Mitchell A. Osnowtiz ’14

Andrea N. Owens ’09

Hannah E. Peck ’12

Emily R. Pifer ’18

Chelsea R. Pike ’15

Stacy and Venus Popplewell ’16

Zachery T. ’17 and

Lynnsey K. Rodgers’17 Oakes

Lane M. Thompson ’17

Darlene Vaughn ’14

Natalie E. Vickous ’13

The Reverends gene A. and

Carolyn Mann Weddle ’10

Mason James Wethington ’16

Ryan M. ’14 and

Jessica Wethington ’13 Whitlock

Tessa M. Pyles Willis ’18

Johnathan D. Wilson ’14

GIFT HISTORY BY YEARS

Top Five Alumni Class Donations

Top Five Alumni Number of Gifts

Top Five Alumni Participation

Class Year

Amount Donated

Class Year

# of gifts

Class year

Percentage

1971 $33,300

1962 $32,339

1940 $26,000

1967 $21,775

2001 $18,023

2001 98

2018 85

1982 75

1991 70

2000 68

2018 16.06%

1961 14.86%

1956 12.96%

1962 11.71%

1957 11.43%

40

1939

Class Agent:

1940

Class Agent:

Thomas C. Morrison, Jr.

1941

Class Agent:

L. R. McDonald*

William L. Walker*

1942

Class Agent: Keith Radford

Cortez Butler*

Ruth S. Butler

Keith Radford

Mary Radford

1943

Class Agent:

Thera R. Marble

1944

Class Agent:

Teddy Upchurch

1945

Class Agent:

1946

Class Agent:

g. Edward Henry

Maxine Walker

1947

Class Agent:

Nila R. Antle

Julius M. Stephenson*

1948

Class Agent:

Martha Henry Berry

Jeanette M. Coates

Kermit E. flener*

Charles H. greenman

Helen W. Kemp

J. B. Sparks

Hazel B. Stephenson*

1949

Class Agent:

Nancy O. Buchanan

Ruth A. flener

Marie W. gosser

Joyce McKinney Holmes*

Jean D. McLean*

Hazel M. Sharp

Darnell Waters

Elizabeth Lowe Whitfield*

1950

Class Agent:

Samuel R. Clark

Robert g. Jackson

Maxwell S. Simpson*

Billy Sparks

Mildred D. SparksJeanette R. Wortham


GIFT HISTORY BY YEARS – CONTINUED

1951

Class Agent:

Jack T. Deilks

James E. guffey

Margaret A. Haynes

David L. Lawrence

Thomas O. Matthews

Adolfina V. Simpson

J. Wilbur yates

1952

Class Agent:

Sam B. Holmes

george H. Keltner

Mearlene R. White

Wanda W. White

1953

Class Agent:

Charles M. Barnes

Junius E. Bryant

Johnnie O. Prock

Patricia S. Rankin

Morris D. Shepherd

Wilma L. Shepherd

1954

Class Agent:

Rebecca M. grider

Roy J. Polston

Esther Sparks

Malcolm S. Sparks*

Portia Winchester

1955

Class Agent:

Walter A. Baker*

Patricia M. Christiansen*

Hilda W. Jenkins

Helen H. Sparks

1956

Class Agent:

Lewis C. Adair

Marilyn L. Clark

Margie B. Coomer

Sara f. Coop

Mildred Cundiff

Embry M. Lay*

gladys R. Montgomery

Bonnie K. Payton

Wendell R. Shirley

1957

Class Agent:

frances W. graham

Betty M. Loyd

John f. Loyd

Walter B. Mcgee

Mary Jo Morrow

Betty W. Overstreet

Nova J. Plummer

Virginia Ward

William A. Ward

Betty S. Wheat

1958

Class Agent:

Clarence L. Bertram*

Donell Cash

glenda Cash

Jean A. Denholtz

Judith Ostrander

James Wentworth*

1959

Class Agent:

Barbara Clark

glenda Estes

Robert R. goodin

Paul f. McKinley

Ed Waggener

1960

Class Agent:

Betty A. Brown

Margie f. Collins

Rebecca gabehart

Ray Hutchison, Jr.

Doris M. Lane

Cecil Lyons

Karen Sue Wilson

1961

Class Agent:

Donald R. Benningfield

Benjamin f. Breeding

Joyce Durham

Ron gaddie

Rex T. Huffaker

gary T. Lane

Bill W. Mauney

Rollin McQueary

Richard T. Roarke

Travis P. Scott

Richard L. Wagner

1962

Class Agent:

Patricia C. Benningfield

Elizabeth S. Bledsoe

Linda LeVally Early

Charles E. fouser*

Nancy M. fouser

Peter O. gante

Jerry L. garver

Joseph R. Harner

Marshall Loy

Sharon K. Mandt

Stella McQueary

Wayne D. Terry

Rollin B. Wade

William L. Willis

Merv W.yadon

V. Tucker yarberry

1963

Class Agent:

Carl Beck

Carolyn S. Brockman

Lee S. Clore

Richie W. Coomer

Virginia P. flanagan

Jack E. grey

Billy f. Johnson

Jane Keltner

Jeffrey B. Kress

Billy g. Lacy

Donna J. Lacy

Jon Moore

Thomas E. Morgan

Joseph L. Pyles

Charles A. Reams

1964

Class Agent:

Ben C. Burr

Kenneth george

Jane g. Johnson

Travis J. Keltner

Collis g. Mayfield

Janice B. Morgan

Ione L. Parry

Donald W. Schallon

Margaret f. Srack

Marsha Walker

Richard L. Walker

Craig A. Williams*

Curt yarberry

1965

Class Agent:

James H. Coomer*

John C. Coomer

Peter N. fournaris

Rodney E. gale

Larry W. Hughes

greg Johnson

David C. Loose

James J. Pike

Charlie Rosenbaum

gary B. Skewes

1966

Class Agent:

Laurance W. Branch

Curtis C. Brewer

Trudy L. Coomer

Sandra M. Davenhall

William f. Davenhall

Jesse L. Eubanks

Linda McKinley grider

Donald L. McKinney

Thomas g. Tuttle

David Wooldridge

1967

Class Agent:

Allen W. Bishop

Sue. B. Coomer

William R. Davenport

Carrie L. farris

Donna L. Hagerthey

John M. Horton

Linda Underwood King

Carol C. Marra

Charles R. Marra

Larry D. Parker

Michael Rice

Ronald R. Rogers

Nicholas T. Sahm

Douglas Sapp

David g. Wilde

Jeffrey S. Womack

41


GIFT HISTORY BY YEARS – CONTINUED

42

1968

Class Agent:

John W. Arnold

Norma J. Blair

Janet J. glivar

Mark A. gordon

Rosemary A. gordon

Candice M. Hill

gerald C. McKinney

Charles Norbert

1969

Class Agent:

Samuel Blair

Sandra Z. Doyle

J. frank Hoxworth

Janice L. Lunsford

Donald D. Neat

Michael J. Smith

Wallace H. Stewart

Prudence H. Westholm

1970

Class Agent:

Michael Caldwell

Robert W. flowers

Russell Lunsford

Bobbie L. McKinney

William W. Straus

1971

Class Agent:

Dan L. Antle

James R. Brockman

Catherine P. Chowning

John E. Chowning

Virginia L. garner

Stephen D. Hopkins

Brenda T. Maraman

Billy g. Rodgers

Nadine E. Womack

1972

Class Agent:

Deborah B. Brizendine

fred J. Brown

Hilda g. Legg

Jimmy Woody

1973

Class Agent:

Larry R. Bryant

Stephen J. Campbell

Neal M. gold

Marsha grider

Tommy grider

Dennis C. Kemmer

Betty S. Knifley

Lynn B. McLean

1974

Class Agent:

Anonymous Donor

Charlotte g. Curry

Donald E. Knifley

Karen E. Melin

1975

Class Agent:

Darrel C. Bragg

J. Paul Long

Elizabeth A. Martin

Paul g. Peck

Deborah W. Provence

1976

Class Agent:

Joseph W. flowers

george Kwok

Codell Phipps

1977

Class Agent: Jan Keneipp Woody

Rita J. Campbell

Deborah T. Caswell

Debbie E. Selby

Sandra K. Watts

Jan K. Woody

1978

Class Agent:

L. Dean Adams

Rebekah E. Bragg

Thomas I. Coffey

Donna C. graves

Lynda M. Wilkerson

1979

Class Agent:

Robert A. Baker

Samuel M. Dean

1980

Class Agent:

Anna L. Antle

Bobby L. Bowe

1981

Class Agent:

Sherry B. Cook

Mark A. fudge

Bettye S. gilpin

John D. Peck

1982

Class Agent:

Denise g. fudge

Harriet B. gold

Jeffrey C. Loy

1983

Class Agent:

Laura H. Murrell

Tom Wethington

1984

Class Agent:

Stan Curry

John B. Wethington

Harold B. Willis

Sheila S. Willis

1985

Class Agent:

Melissa A. giles

Kimberley A. Helm

Larry Noe

Charles L. Stewart

Dolores Wilson

1986

Class Agent:

Larry Bowen

Kim Brian

Arvis Ray Kearns

Lisa D. Sanford

1987

Class Agent:

David W. Begley

Nancy B. Botts

Martina g. Brown

Scott A. DeBurger

Sulayne A. grider

Marlton Loy

Jamie L. Murrell

Brenda C. Williams

gatha Williams

1988

Class Agent:

Angela D. Cape

Melinda S. franklin

William grider

Dan griffiths

Beth A. Johnson

Beverly E. Loy

Elise H. Luckey

Michael g. Payne

Tracey Popplewell

Scott A. Squires

Jerry D. Thomas

Jeffrey Willis

1989

Class Agent:

Christopher L. Clark

Robert H. Durham

Roger D. England

Linda fitzpatrick

Dan L. franklin

Cathy R. Martin

Danny R. Rigney

Stephen A. Sanders

Rodney Thompson

Ann E. young

1990

Class Agent:

Valerie J. Adams

Kimberly D. Calhoun

Melissa A. Carlton

Tabitha M. Ellis

Sally J. frostholm

Sheila I. Mcgeorge

Randal K. Murrell


GIFT HISTORY BY YEARS – CONTINUED

1991

Class Agent:

Dennis g. Crump

Richard C. fitzpatrick

Roger g. garner

Nicholas C. Hazel

Martha B. Martin

Traci M. Pooler

Sandra Smith

Michael R. Talley

Sheila g. Wethington

Ken M. Wilkerson

1992

Class Agent:

Marcia J. Callison

Angela C. Dean

Vickie Q. Lay

Marilyn g. Radford

Christine K. Williams

Karen B. Wright

1993

Class Agent:

Mary E. Bertram

Randy J. Burns

Lisa M. Murray

Leah N. Wethington

William C. Wethington

1994

Class Agent:

Drew A. Burwash

John A. Cauley

Paula K. garrison

Joseph W. Mcgeorge

Pash Nangia

Tony Northcut

Willis Pooler

Melinda J. Senters

Cinda L. Swan

1995

Class Agent:

Bramlett J. Burton

Kevin D. Hoskins

Norma J. Hoskins

Phillip f. Pooler

Dana Talley

Sandra M. Vanarsdale

1996

Class Agent: Cynthia Wells

gregory E. Blair

Maretta D. garner

Lynn M. Kaiser

Scott W. Opelt

Melody Pollard

Asa J. Swan

Cynthia E. Wells

1997

Class Agent:

Robbie f. Harmon

Amanda g. Main

Susan f. Patterson

Chad A. Pierce

Jason Richardson

Terry W. Swan

1998

Class Agent:

Brady C. Button

Andrea P. Corbin

Jason E. Corbin

Myra g. ford

Leighton Main

1999

Class Agent:

Cindy K. Alexander

Johnna N. Bradley

Michael C. D’Lugos

Tobie R. Harmon

Michelle y. Larimore

Nacole A. Potts

J. Brian Shirley

Amy Thompson-Wells

Deborah g. Wentworth

Toby E. young

2000

Class Agent:

Ophelia S. Barnes

gretchen O. Burton

Amy M. Cooper

Hannah M. Coyt

Benjamin N. Djeukeng

Michael L. Newton

Rebecca L. Schmidt

Leslie L. Wilson

2001

Class Agent: Jeffery f. Rowland

Amanda N. Adams

Sara M. Brown

Doyle Pete Cornett

Lindsey M. D’Logos

Charity f. ferguson

Deborah R. Hall

Beth McKenzie

Jenny L. Pierce

Christopher Schmidt

francesca Vitatoe

Chris Wells

2002

Class Agent: Lori Riddle Eberenz

Jennifer K. Cabrini

Lori A. Eberenz

Curtis Lee

Lafawn C. Nettles

Robin D. Smith

Ryan N. Vitatoe

2003

Class Agent: Eric Ryan Macbeth

Jordan C. Antle

Suzanne M. Blakeman

William O. Bradley

Laura K. Burwash

Brandy M. Hancock

Donna J. Spencer

2004

Class Agent: Natalie Ciresi Chaudoin

Rhonda D. Begley

Jamie N. Benningfield

Cheryl L. Boger

Natalie D. Chaudoin

Joshua W. Conner

Andre A. Cooper

Sara R. foos

Nicholas J. Hardesty

Kristy L. Jewell

Tiffany B. Mann

Andy W. McAllister

Mary A. Moore

Danielle R. Oldham

Erin L. Orr

Shilpan M. Patel

Brittani M. Schmidt

Benson T. Sexton

Jeffrey B. Thompson

Tiffany L. Thompson

2005

Class Agent: Barry Lee Dunn

Chasidy D. Brockman

Kimberly L. Buechel

Nicolas D. Cabrini

Benjamin S. ferguson

Haley B. gabbard

Regina M. Haugen

Katie S. Johnson

Brittany y. Johnston

Stephanie D. Likins

Kris S. Mitchell

Jennifer L. Moody

Stacey D. Musgrove

Mamie A. Nash

gavin P. Oldham

Tim S. Popplewell

Rita g. Reynolds

Travis Smith

Stacy R. Springston

Sarah E. young

2006

Class Agent: Justin Adam Whitney

Kimberly E. Brown

Kirsty M. Chapman

Jesse W. Cook

Kyle M. Edwards

Jennifer D. furkin

John D. Kalz

William A. Parson

Kendra L. Popplewell

Billie L. Robinson

Tommie A. Saragas

Melissa J. Shelton

Tammy Sluder

Justin A. Whitney

2007

Class Agent: Dustin C. Beard

Jana Bray

Andrea B. Brooks

William D. Dukes

Catherine Ervin

Tevie S. gooden

Amy L. Holsinger

Britt C. Jackson

Loletuth Kalz

Kelly Mann

43


44

GIFT HISTORY BY YEARS – CONTINUED

2008

Class Agent: Sheena L. London

Alex W. Bailey

Brian W. Bryant

Rose M. Byrd

Tiffany Jo Coomer

Terran C. Duncan

Mamadou fall

Allysa L. gooden

Raymond B. Harris

Raymond C. Hutchison

William A. Mann

Christy Vaughan

2009

Class Agent:

Jonathan L. Begley

Elizabeth N. Boisvert

Kimberly A. Bryant

Joshua A. furkin

Tyler f. McCubbins

Ashley M. Mcgaughey

Michael g. McMinoway

Andrea N. Owens

Penny L. Rizenbergs

Rene M. Valadez-Ruiz

William A. Sadler

2010

Class Agent:

Molly E. Atkinson

Mark H. Blakeman

Mary B. Brinson

Krystal M. Cundiff

Aaron S. Hymes

Dorinda L. Livesay

Tonia R. Marcum

gregory S. Turner

Mary C. Weddle

2011

Class Agent:

Darrell L. Ball

Jennie L. Begley

Brad J. Bilbro

Ashton J. fudge

Lisa Newell Hare

Suzanne Jones

Ronald Kaluya

garrett J. Luttrell

Daniel W. Moody

Christopher W. Pope

Kelsey N. Pope

Laura L. Torres

2012

Class Agent:

Stephanie R. Barrett

Chernetta Bedford

LeAnna g. Bennett

Irene Burkhart

Emily Carnall

Sierra B. Coe

Judy A. Drake

Jonathan L. Harrington

garrett D. Helm

Kayla A. Koerber

Erica J. Mcgaughey

Hannah J. Moore

Sandra L. Moore

Taylor D. Morrison

Jennifer P. Overstreet

Khyati M. Patel

Hannah E. Peck

Michele L. Russell

Hannah R. Sadler

2013

Class Agent:

Sydney J. Bird

John R. Brown

Megan E. Buthelezi

Sicelo R. Buthelezi

Derek W. Cape

Rachel M. Carr

Allison g. Chafin

griffin T. Clark

Patty Edwards

Elisha C. fry

Jasmine H. Humphress

gladys M. Neat

William K. Sewell

Jonathan M. Smith

Michael A. Souers

Cynthia S. Vanderbur

Natalie E. Vickous

Jessica M. Whitlock

2014

Class Agent:

William L. Chaudoin

Kailyn L. Conner

Juda A. Cotton

Kelsey M. Derossett

Richardo goodin

Joseph W. grider

Laura Keltner

Sara M. Koizumi

Cadyn D. McKeeth

Derek A. Nickel

Mitchell A. Osnowitz

Darlene Vaughn

Ann E. Willert

Jonathan D. Wilson

2015

Class Agent:

Cynthia L. Bretz

Thomas A. Buckman

Jeremy L. Cloyd

Kyle M. Dalton

Katherine D. Dickerson

Kyle J. garner

James P. Harrison

Julie R. Jennings

Kirsten T. King

Zachary T. Marcum

McKenzie B. Martin

Alison N. Mcgaughey

Chelsea R. Pike

Wendy M. Price

Bailey N. Scott

Keeley C. Stewart

Amelia E. Thomas

Macayla J. Vaughan

2016

Class Agent:

Abigail g. Calhoun

felix Casa del Valle

Terry L. Chambers

Nolon C. Dant

Lisa E. ferguson

Jill M. Hopper

Danny Humphrey

freer R. Mace

Kennetha M. Malone

Morgan T. Mesecher

Sherry Miller

Anthony A. Moore

Lucy Namulemo

Angela S. Pearce

Venus M. Popplewell

Joshua S. Powers

Alexandria L. Russell

Shelia M. Stacy

Carolyn Wallace

Mason J. Wethington

Bambi R. Williams

2017

Class Agent:

Matthew A. Abel

Megan C. Aubin

Dylan A. Beasley

Stephen T. Chafin

Taylor L. Evans

James W. Everett

Kimberly A. gose

Alexa N. Just

Candace f. Kimball

Carlos A. Maldonado

Hannah E. McCandless

Bailey A. Mize

Callie Jo Moore

Lynnsey K. Rodgers-Oakes

Zachery T. Oakes

Jared B. Peak

Kadin A. Scoggins

Mariah A. Stearns

Lane M.Thompson

Eli K. young

2018

Class Agent:

Logan B. Adams

Shelby R. Austin

Amy J. Beane

Sylvia B. Benitez

Tony A. Brackins

Molly T. Brown

Nicholai A. Brown

Mary E. Bunton

Olivia B. Burton

Courney D. Callsion

Heather N. Cameron

Samantha L. Cape

Cameron T. Claunch

Louis Corral

Keirstyn S. Correll

JulieAnne E. Cox

Michael D. Davis

Brianna J. Delamare

Aaron M. Doughty


GIFT HISTORY BY YEARS – CONTINUED

Andrea B. Dunlap

Melisa Dunn

Kate E. Durham

Ison C. Elliott

Hannes Erhardt

Benjamin M. Estes

Courtney A. Estes

Emily A. flatt

Ashley g. fudge

Krystal R. goode

Heather R. grant

Jacob A. Harris

Ollie B. Hensley

Crystal M. Hodges

Joshua C. Hoots

Emily A. Janes

William C. Janes

Crystal J. Kimbler

Cassandra R. Kooker

Megan E. Kriz

Zoe Z. Lockard

John E. Loftus

MiKayla D. Love

Amanda L. Mcgeorge

Kenzie R. Mcgowan

Dustin Earl Lee McMahan

Spencer R. Moeller

Madison R. Molitor

LaKisha M. Perkins

Alaina S. Phelps

Emily R. Pifer

Jose Victor Prado de Lima

Katrina B. Rhodes

Brian S. Richards

Corey D. Ross

Kendall A. Ross

Emmy Z. Scott

Lindsey J. Seiberling

Tyrone E. Stallard

Casey E. Stenger

Marcus Q. Terrell

Nicholas J. Thacker

Anthony Q. Thompson

Caitlyn N. Tino

Amber B. Turner

Matthew C. Walker

Rachel M. W.ethington

Meghan Whitehead

Jodeen O. Whyte

TiCorion J. Williams

Tessa M. Willis

HONORARIUMS

In Honor of Lou Alexander

William L. and Roseann Alexander

In Honor of Josh Atherton

James E. and Helen B. Atherton

In Honor of Drs. John B. and

Lucretia Begley

guy W. and Jeanne Triplett Adams

In Honor of Sheila Bryant

guy W. and Jeanne Triplett Adams

In Honor of Kenneth R. Coomer, Sr.

Anthony J. and Michelle L. Ising

In Honor of Louis Corral, Jr.

Louis and yvonne Corral

In Honor of Kate Durham

Hunter and Joyce goodin Durham

Harry* and Nancy Loy

In Honor of Cara Embry

Robert L. and Alecia Meyer

In Honor of Ian Gehres

Tony and Shawna gehres

In Honor of Dr. Robert and

Carol* Goodin

guy W. and Jeanne Triplett Adams

In Honor of Dr. John Gorrell

J. Warren and Catherine R. gorrell

In Honor of Brianne Coe Hadley

gregory N. and Stacy M. Coe

In Honor of Kenneth H. Hall

Kenneth O. and Joan M. Hall

In Honor of Ollie B. Hensley

Jeffery and Kay Hensley

In Honor of Joe and Barbara Hodges

Charles and Dr. Melinda Squires Senters

In Honor of George Kolbenschlag

Joshual and Lori A. Riddle Eberenz

In Honor of Dr. William T. and

Elise Hendrickson Luckey

Dr. Jerry g. and Jeanette R. Wood

In Honor of Landon Marcum

Robert L. and Alecia Meyer

In Honor of Reverend V. R. and

Anna Belle Matthews Family

Charles H. and Christine greenman

Need list of all Matthew/Tula family

In Honor of Amanda L. McGeorge

Joseph W. and Sheila Isenberg

In Honor of Tanner Moore

Roberta Morgan

In Honor of Betty Jean Moseley

Darrel and Rebekah Moseley Bragg

Charles D. and Virginia Patterson

Dr. Michael and Alice Rice

In Honor of Dr. Allan and Bunny Parnell

Kevin A. and Donna Beth Thompson

In Honor of Trudy Perry

guy W. and Jeanne Triplett Adams

In Honor of Alaina Phelps

Erbie R. and Virginia R. Phelps

In Honor of Danny and Sandy Pyles

guy W. and Jeanne Triplett Adams

In Honor of Lindsey Joy Seiberling

Eric A. Seiberling and The Reverend Doctor

Kimberly R. Pope-Seiberling

In Honor of Ashley P. Simpson

Samuel M. and Angela Simpson

In Honor of Dr. Sue Stivers

John D. and Susan Peck

In Honor of Heather Vanarsdale

Joseph and Mildred Rooney

Alan and Beth Vanarsdale

Kenneth W. and Rhonda L. Walls

Ray and Cynthia Antle Wells

In Honor of Chris and

Amy Thompson Wells

guy W. and Jeanne Triplett Adams

In Honor of Ken Whitfield

Emalene Hughes

In Honor of Tessa Pyles Willis

Danny and Sandy Pyles

MEMORIUMS

In Memory of Carlos (Carl) Lee Beck

Pamela C. Beck

In Memory of Johnny Begley

guy W. and Jeanne Triplett Adams

In Memory of Martha Collins Bell

David and Patricia Collins

In Memory of Robert L. Bertram

Dr. David L. Lawrence

In Memory of Donna Brewer

greg and Mary L. Johnson

In Memory of Barbara Broome

Donna Mccollough and Linda Affolter

Dr. gerald and Sonja Chafin

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MEMORIUMS – CONTINUED

In Memory of Brandon P. Burns

guy W. and Jeanne Triplett Adams

Anonymous Donors

Mike and Cheryl L. Whitehead Boger

Elizabeth N. Boisvert

Robert Burns

Brady C. and Dr. Emiley W. Button

glenda Carter

Leslie f. Conner

Allen and Connie Duvall

Joshua and Lori A. Riddle Eberenz

Scott and Kim Ezell

Phillip and Kathy fletcher

Michael C. and Lana L. glasgow

William L. and Lee grider

Deborah Rogers Hall

Tammy C. Hurt

J.O.y. Ministries

David and Linda Keown

Marlton and Beverly East Loy

Shelia McClusky

Stacy and Venus Popplewell

Dennis E. and Debbie Edwards Selby

Carol Ann Sells

Dr. John g. Stephenson (spouse)

Janella Sullivan

Kevin A. and Donna Beth Thompson

Trifecta Print, Inc.

Christy Vaughan

Richard Lee and Marsha Brock Walker

Anneda J. Warden

Joseph and Laura Willis

In Memory of Richard T. Burwash

Margaret M. Burwash

In Memory of Elsie Butcher

Jerry D. Cooper

Elizabeth Hack

Randolph C. Hack

Lincoln County Democratic Women’s Club

Logan-Whitley Chapter, NSDAR

Bettye M. Long

J. Paul and Carol Long

gerald V. Mulryan

Marilyn W. Nanney

Joe Teague

Kevin A. and Donna Beth Thompson

In Memory of Caleb Capps

Danny C. and Margie Hunter Capps

The Clorox Company

In Memory of Dr. Merrill O.Challman

Joseph E. and Teresa B. Allen

Rose M. Davio

The Reverend Kelly and Mary McClendon

Mildred L. Miller

Margaret Rosoborough

The Reverend David and Jeanette Westerfield

In Memory of Patricia Merkley Christiansen

Charles Christiansen

In Memory of Dr. Thomas D. Clark

Richard and Elizabeth Clark* Stone

In Memory of Margaret Clayton

Juanita K. Wright

In Memory of Marion F. Collins

David and Patricia Collins

In Memory of Reverend Donnie Crenshaw

g. Wesley and Jacquelin P. Worley

In Memory of William P. Crenshaw

William R. and Kathleen Edwards

In Memory of Connie Curley Daniels

Kevin A. and Donna Beth Thompson

In Memory of Dr. Mark Dunphy

The Reverend Daniel L. Lincoln

In Memory of Dr. Vince Fanelli

Pamela Donnelly

In Memory of Wallace Feese

Joseph L. and Annabelle Pyles

In Memory of Helen Flatt

Richard and Jean A. flatt Denholtz

In Memory of Dr. Kermit Flener

Ruth Alexander flener

In Memory of Marie Dorsey Garrett

B.A. "Woody" Woodward and Marcia

In Memory of Frances T. Glasgow

Anonymous Donors

Dan L. and Patti L. Antle

Eric Burnheimer

Ralph E. Burnheimer

Randy J. and Miranda Burns

David T. Carter

Jack and Margie feese Collins

Columbia United Methodist Church

Richie W. and Sue Breeding Coomer

Jason and Jennifer Hutchison Corbin

george A. Critz

D A B Jersey farm

James Eaves Jr.

Richard C. and Linda fitzpatrick

Robert W. flowers

Joseph W. flowers

Mark Allen and Denise glass fudge

Elizabeth R. glasgow

Dorothy B. graham

Adam D. and Jasmine Hammond Humphress

Catherine B. Hutchison

Donald E. and Betty Shirley Knifley

Dr. george and yvonne Kolbenschlag

Mary Lee Link

David and Cathy Rodgers Martin

James T. Money

Joseph L. and Annabelle Pyles

Dr. Ronald and gayle Rogers

Travis P.* and Pamela Scott

Charles and Helen Hancock Sparks

Dr. Sue Cravens Stivers

Sheila R. Truett

James Tutt

Richard Lee and Marsha Brock Walker

William L.* and Maxine Walkup Walker

Chris and Sandra Keltner Watts

James E. and Beverly Wheatley

In Memory of Don Green

Russell and Janice Loy Lunsford

Charlie and Mary Rosenbaum

In Memory of Carrie Price Harvey

Jeff Harvey

In Memory of Margaret Haynes

Kevin A. and Donna Beth Thompson

In Memory of Martha B. Ammerman Henry

Dr. g. Edward Henry

In Memory of Dr. V. P. and

Mary Allen Henry

Martha Henry Berry

In Memory of Rita Hill

Drs. Daniel and Jennifer N. Williamson

In Memory of Doug Hines

Bill W. and Margaret Mauney

In Memory of Robert and

Doris Zenger Holloway

guy W. and Jeanne Triplett Adams

Phillip W. and Rebecca Holloway Morris

In Memory of Anna Pendleton Hutchison

Robert and Prudence Hutchison Westholm

In Memory of Brian Jones

Dr. Janet Lynn Barnes

Dr. Daya S. and Usha K. Sandhu

Darlene Vaughn

Drs. Daniel and Jennifer N. Williamson

In Memory of Mary Kloth

Dr. Patrice C. McCarter

In Memory of Dr. Adam Komosa

Evlyn Komosa

In Memory of Reverend V. R. and

Anna Belle Matthews

Charles H. and Christine greenman

In Memory of Robert McDaniel

Dr. Hilda Humphress Legg


In Memory of Dr. L. R. McDonald

Dr. Margaret M. McDonald

In Memory of Shirley McKinnon

Mark L. McKinnon

In Memory of Delorah J. Moore

J. P. and W. R. Jewell foundation

Dr. David W. Moore

In Memory of Dr. Thomas C. Morrison, Jr.

Randall A. and Amy S. Baker

Hardinsburg United Methodist Church

Dr. William T. and

Elise Hendrickson ’88 Luckey

Betty W. Morrison

f. Haden and Charlotte S. Morrison

Keith and Mary Stovall Radford

Kevin A. and Donna Beth Thompson

In Memory of Dr. Douglas Moseley

The Reverend Philip T. and Peggy Barnum

Phil Allen Bertram

Darrel and Rebekah Moseley Bragg

Marcia J. Brown

Randy J. and Miranda Burns

Steve and Paula Carver

John E. and Catherine Pence Chowning

Lee S. and Marcia W. Clore

Thomas I. and Ruby L. Coffey

Mark Allen and Denise glass fudge

Rebecca Denton ’60 gabehart

Dr. Robert E. Hansen

W. James Host

The Reverend Larry W. and

Ruth Ann Hughes

george and Laurie Kwok

Brenda E. Loy

Betty Jean Moseley

Charles D. and Virginia Patterson

Dr. Michael and Alice Rice

Bill and Susan C. Scott

Ruth Stewart

Stotts, Phelps, McQueary funeral Home

Kevin A. and Donna Beth Thompson

Vana Vincent

Richard Lee and Marsha Brock Walker

Robert and Prudence Hutchison Westholm

garth A. Whicker

Abraham and Mildred Williams

In Memory of Gladys Murrell

Columbia United Methodist Church

In Memory of Katie Murrell

Jerry L. and Elaine garver

In Memory of Scott Neal

guy W. and Jeanne Triplett Adams

In Memory of Reverend J. Howard Olds

John W. and Helen Dixon

Robert R. and Thelma L. gibson

In Memory of Irene Pendleton

Karen Sue Pendleton Wilson

In Memory of Dr. Lenn Pruitt

Bill g. Bradshaw

Brenda E. Loy

Dr. William T. and

Elise Hendrickson Luckey

Kevin A. and Donna Beth Thompson

In Memory of Dr. Walter S. Reuling

Mrs. Walter S. Reuling

In Memory of Bryan Robertson

Dr. Hilda Humphress Legg

In Memory of Travis P. Scott

Pamela Scott

In Memory of Reverend Louis W. and

Lois Cooper Shepherd

Mt. Vernon Baptist Church WMU

Bettye Sullivan Wheat

In Memory of Nancy Sinclair

John W. and Melissa Saunier Arnold

Ty and Andrea Thompson Corbin

gage Corbin

Madilynn Corbin

Tylar Anne Corbin

gavin P. and Danielle Hunter Oldham

Edward T. Sinclair

Mollie Smith

Donnie and Darlene Wells

greyson B. Wells

Reilly Wells

In Memory of Celestine “Teeny” Smith

gregory and Judy Ellzey

Barbara A. Simpson

Virgil and Diana Snawder

Matilda Walker

Allen Darnell and Ann Waters

Philip and Vicki yates

In Memory of J. B. Sparks

Merrylen W. Sparks

In Memory of Jessica “The Jessica” Smith

Jane H. Paasch

Earl J. and Marlene Smith, Jr.

Kevin A. and Donna Beth Thompson

In Memory of Marilyn Sparks

guy W. and Jeanne Triplett Adams

In Memory of Reverend Bill and

Jayne Squires

Joe T. and Barbara Hodges

In Memory of Dr. Julius M. Stephenson

J. Thomas and Debra Ashbrook Adkins

Charlene C. Anderson

William E. and Wilma Jean Ashbrook

Peggy Baker

Ballou funeral Home

Nancy Officer Buchanan

Burksville Eastern Star Chapter 380

Burkesville United Methodist Church

James C. and Marcia R. Burlen

Brady C. and Dr. Emiley W. Button

Cathy Cummings

first and farmers (Cumberland)

Randel and Kathy flowers

Donald garton

Larry Hardin

garland T. and Sandra g. Hieneman

David and Kathryn King

Dr. gary T. and Doris McKinney Lane

Mike and Kelly Morgan

Cindy Nearhood

James K. and Nancy P. Neathery

Chris and Marianne Patton

Will and Caroline Patton

David and Charlene Rabold

Keith and Mary Stovall Radford

Joseph D. and Mary B. Skipworth

Dr. Sue Cravens Stivers

Kevin A. and Donna Beth Thompson

Jack and Elaine Webb

In Memory of Wilma Thompson

Horace H. Thompson

Kevin A. and

Donna Beth Thompson

In Memory of Shelly Thrasher

Derek and

Jamie N. Buchanan Benningfield

Elizabeth N. Boisvert

Clint and Deborah Buchanan Brizendine

Brittany ywette Johnston

Kris Ann Schuhmann Mitchell

Robert E. and Barbara L. Mounce

Dustin Overacker

Tim and

Kendra Lea Leveridge Popplewell

Marilyn goodin Radford

Tayra Thrasher

In Memory of William Walker

Marie Walkup gosser

Maxine Walkup Walker

In Memory of Roy E. White

Wanda W. White

In Memory Dr. Elizabeth Whitfield

Emalene Hughes

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Celebrate!

2017-18 Notable & Noteworthy

Several Lindsey Wilson College studentathletes

achieved individual national

championship status in 2018.

Sophomore swimmer Alexis Kessler

from Lexington, Ky., won national

championships in the 50-yard

freestyle, the 100-yard butterfly, and

the 100-yard freestyle events, becoming

the first three-time national

champion in program history. For

her efforts, she was named the NAIA

Swimmer of the Year, also a first in

program history.

Senior Cam Tessari from Norwalk,

Ohio, won the individual national

title at 149 pounds as the Lindsey

Wilson wrestling team posted a fifthplace

finish at the 2018 NAIA

Wrestling National Championships in

Des Moine, Iowa in March.

LWC expanded educational opportunities to

community college students in Knoxville, Tenn.

LWC signed a partnership agreement with Pellissippi

State Community College on June 26 to

make bachelor degrees more accessible through

LWC’s online programs. Roane State Community

College was added later in the summer.

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Sophomore Dustin Hammond from

Stockton, Calif., captured the men's

individual national title at the USA

Cycling BMX National Championships

in March. Hammond's win

marks the 19th individual national

championship for a Lindsey Wilson

cyclist.

Kumasi, Ghana native Safia Bright

became the first Lindsey Wilson

woman to win an outdoor track &

field national title at the 2018 NAIA

Outdoor Track & Field National

Championships in May by winning

the 100-meter dash.

Lobatse, Botswana native Goabaone

Mosheleketi captured the NAIA Outdoor

Track & Field National Championship

in both the long jump and

triple jump events this season.

Mosheleketi was also selected as the

2018 U.S. Track & Field and Cross

Country Coaches Association NAIA

Outdoor Track & Field National

Men's Field Athlete of the Year.

The college awarded a total of 218 undergraduate

and graduate degrees at its 2018 spring

commencement ceremony, held before a crowd

of more than 3,200 guests. Combined with 340

degrees awarded at the 2017 winter commencement

ceremony, LWC awarded 558 degrees to

the Class of 2018. LWC alumnus, Honorable

Michael Futrell ’07, above, delivered the commencement

address.


LWC Board of Trustees

Mr. Dan Antle ’71 – Columbia, Ky.

Mr. Jakob Beckley – Pleasureville, Ky.

Mr. F. Thomas Conway – Louisvillle, Ky.

Rev. Mark Dickinson – Bowling Green, Ky.

Mr. Chris Estes ’03 – Lexington, Ky.

Bishop Leonard Fairley – Crestwood, Ky.

Ms. Carrie Luker Farris ’68 – Versailles, Ky.

Mr. James R. Fugitte – Elizabethtown, Ky.

Mr. C. Cleveland Gambill – Lexington, Ky.

Dr. Robert Goodin ’59 – Louisville, Ky.

Mr. John Gorrell – Lexington, Ky.

Mr. S. Oden Howell Jr., vice chair – Louisville, Ky.

Mrs. Linda Underwood King ’67 – Louisville, Ky.

Dr. Todd B. Love – Bowling Green, Ky.

Dr. Pete Mahurin – Bowling Green, Ky.

Mrs. Amanda G. Main ’97 – Louisville, Ky.

Dr. Carol Marra ’67 – Louisville, Ky.

Mr. Cecil Martin – Bowling Green, Ky.

Mr. Skipper Martin – Louisville, Ky.

Dr. Tim McAlpine – Columbia, Ky.

Dr. Jerry McCandless – Campbellsburg, Ky.

Dr. Kendrick McCandless – Campbellsburg, Ky.

Mr. Troy Mizell – Franklin, Tenn.

Dr. Allan Parnell, chair – Louisville, Ky.

Mr. David Perry – Salt Lake City, Utah

Dr. Clarenda M. Phillips – Corpus Christi, Texas

Dr. James J. Pike ’65 – Southfield, Mich.

Mr. Danny Pyles – Columbia, Ky.

Mr. Danny Rigney ’89 – Danville, Ky.

Dr. James L. Rogers III – Fort Pierce, Fla.

Mr. Jerry Brian Shirley ’99 – Glasgow, Ky.

Mr. Raymond Smith, Louisville, Ky.

Mr. Joseph E. Sparks – Breeding, Ky.

Dr. Sue Stivers – Columbia, Ky.

Dr. Cal Turner, Jr. – Nashville, Tenn.

Mr. Mark Weaver – Henderson, Ky.

Ex-Officio Members

Dr. William T. Luckey Jr. – Columbia, Ky.

Dr. John B. Begley – Columbia, Ky.

LWC National Alumni Association

Board Members

Officers

President: Jerald Bryant ’94 – Columbia, Ky.

Immediate Past-President: Rev. Kenneth Jessee ’81 – Radcliff, Ky.

Secretary: Lafawn Nettles ’02 – Burkesville, Ky.

Members at Large

Charles Barnes ’53 – Columbia, Ky.

Stephanie Barrett ’12 - Louisville, Ky.

Rebekah Bragg ’78 – Bowling Green, Ky.

Ben Burr ’64 – Bardstown, Ky.

Brady Button ’98 - Glasgow, Ky.

Emily Carnall ’12 – Columbia, Ky.

Jesse W. Cook ’06 – Columbia, Ky.

Allison Cross ’09 – Monticello, Ky.

Sarah Dean ’15 – Columbia, Ky.

Carrie Farris ’67 – Versailles, Ky.

Gary Franklin ’94 – Hindman, Ky.

Denise Fudge ’82 – Columbia, Ky.

Kenneth George ’64 – Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich.

Dr. Robert Goodin ’59 – Louisville, Ky.

Bonnie Greenawalt ’53 – Columbia, Ky.

Robbie F. Harmon ’97 – Columbia, Ky.

Robert Hoffman ’65 – Palm Desert, Calif.

Jasmine Humphress ’13 – Knifley, Ky.

Dr. Britt Jackson ’07 – Columbia, Ky.

Greg Johnson ’65 – Summerville, S. Car.

Linda King ’67 – Louisville, Ky.

Gary Lane ’61 – Danville, Ky.

McKenzie Martin ’15 – Columbia, Ky.

Hannah McCandless ’17 - Elizabethtown, Ky.

Drew Sadler ’09 – Nashville, Tenn.

Bailey Scott ’15 – Richmond, Ky.

Travis Smith ’05 – Jamestown, Ky.

Jeannie Squires ’72 – Greensburg, Ky.

Mariah Stearns ’17 Beasley – Columbia, Ky.

Amy Thompson-Wells ’99 – Columbia, Ky.

PrudenceWestholm ’69 – Elizabethtown, Ky.

Jan Woody ’77 – Columbia, Ky.

Ex-Officio Members

Hannah Peck ’12 - Columbia, Ky.

Kevin Thompson - Glasgow, Ky.

IS YOUR NAME MISSING OR LISTED INCORRECTLY?

We apologize if we omitted your name or if your name is listed incorrectly. If your name is not listed, it probably was because:

• Your gift was not made during the 2017-18 fiscal year. The names published in the 2017-2018 President’s Annual Report are those of

individuals and organizations whose gifts were received between July 1, 2017, and June 30, 2018.

• You are unsure whether you made a gift during the 2017-18 fiscal year. If you believe you made a gift to Lindsey Wilson during the

2017-18 fiscal year, check your financial records or call our Development Office.

• We made a mistake. Although we take great care in compiling our President’s Annual Report, there is always the possibility of error.

If you have any questions, or would like your name to appear differently in the 2018-2019 President’s Annual Report, contact the

Development Office, 210 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, Kentucky 42728; 1-800-264-0138; 270-384-8516; or info@lindsey.edu.


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read The President’s Annual Report or the Cornerstone alumni magazine on your

mobile device and discontinue receiving the paper version in the mail,

please go to www.lindsey.edu/updateinfo

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is to serve the educational needs of students by providing a

living-learning environment within an atmosphere of

active caring and Christian concern where

every student, every day,

learns and grows and feels like a real human being.

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