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SPECIAL 30TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION <strong>2019</strong><br />

T H E C I N C I N N A T I H I L L S C H R I S T I A N A C A D E M Y M A G A Z I N E<br />

Including <strong>the</strong><br />

<strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong><br />

ANNUAL REPORT


<strong>2019</strong> EAGLE'S EYE<br />

Volume 23<br />

<strong>2018</strong> - <strong>2019</strong><br />

ANNUAL REPORT<br />

EDITOR<br />

Jennifer Murphy<br />

DESIGNER<br />

Sara Fox<br />

PHOTOGRAPHERS<br />

Dan Ledbetter<br />

Julie Lockett<br />

Aaron Pegg<br />

Tammy Rosenfeldt<br />

CONTRIBUTORS<br />

Ben Beshear '97<br />

Randy Brunk<br />

Julie Carnes<br />

Stephen Carter<br />

Beth Cox<br />

Natalie Pfister<br />

Sarah (Eslick) Robinson ’09<br />

Tammy Rosenfeldt<br />

Paige Tomlin<br />

Mike Wallace<br />

EAGLE'S EYE MAGAZINE<br />

Eagle's <strong>Eye</strong> is published annually by<br />

Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy<br />

Please send address changes to<br />

Paige.Tomlin@chca-oh.org or<br />

513.247.0900<br />

Visit us on <strong>the</strong> web at<br />

chca-oh.org<br />

facebook.com/cincinnatihillschristianacademy<br />

@GoCHCA<br />

Promise Statement<br />

Centered in <strong>the</strong> shared love of Christ,<br />

Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy is <strong>the</strong> college-preparatory,<br />

preschool through grade 12 independent school<br />

that inspires and challenges students to discover, hone,<br />

and steward <strong>the</strong>ir one-of-a-kind gifts<br />

as <strong>the</strong>y come to know <strong>the</strong>mselves as distinct<br />

and unconditionally loved creations of God.<br />

CHCA's vibrant, multi-denominational family of learners<br />

creates a sheltering -- but not sheltered --<br />

environment where, supporting each o<strong>the</strong>r and guided<br />

by expert Christian teachers,<br />

students wrestle with increasingly complex,<br />

timeless, essential questions in order<br />

to streng<strong>the</strong>n <strong>the</strong>ir minds and <strong>the</strong>ir faith.<br />

Beginning with <strong>the</strong> end in mind, CHCA graduates<br />

young adults fully prepared to succeed in college and beyond;<br />

to engage effectively and lovingly with different cultures,<br />

viewpoints, and ideas; and to achieve significant impact<br />

and influence with discerning wisdom, courageous curiousity,<br />

and resilient Christian faith --<br />

where o<strong>the</strong>rs pull back, <strong>the</strong>y lean into life.<br />

@GoCHCA<br />

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TABLE OF<br />

CONTENTS<br />

2 <strong>2019</strong> EAGLE'S EYE<br />

4<br />

8<br />

12<br />

16<br />

22<br />

25<br />

26<br />

28<br />

30<br />

40<br />

FROM THE HEAD OF SCHOOL<br />

6 #GOCHCA<br />

FILLING THE CUP & FUELING<br />

THE STORY<br />

WHAT'S MAKING HEADLINES<br />

<strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong> CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS<br />

CLASS OF <strong>2019</strong> FEATURE &<br />

ACCOMPLISHMENTS<br />

A BIT ABOUT OUR VAL & SAL<br />

CLASS OF <strong>2019</strong> RECOGNITIONS<br />

CULTIVATING COMMUNITY<br />

THROUGH ALUMNI ENGAGEMENT<br />

ALUMNI NOTES<br />

30TH ANNIVERSARY FEATURE<br />

42<br />

44<br />

45<br />

46<br />

48<br />

50<br />

52<br />

56<br />

60<br />

66<br />

68<br />

70<br />

72<br />

74<br />

76<br />

<strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong><br />

ANNUAL REPORT<br />

FROM THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES<br />

TREASURER<br />

CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS<br />

THE YEAR IN REVIEW<br />

<strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong> FINANCIAL REPORTS<br />

FROM THE DIRECTOR OF<br />

ADVANCEMENT<br />

<strong>2019</strong> CELEBRATION<br />

<strong>2019</strong> GIVING DAY<br />

30-HOUR CHALLENGE<br />

SOARING EAGLE<br />

CIRCLE OF GIVING <strong>2019</strong><br />

<strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong> EAGLE ANNUAL FUND<br />

GIFTS IN MEMORY OF<br />

& GIFTS IN HONOR OF<br />

FINE ARTS DONORS & SPONSORS<br />

ATHLETICS DONORS & SPONSORS<br />

AFTER PROM DONORS<br />

GIFTS FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES<br />

ROBOTICS DONORS & SPONSORS<br />

MACLELLAN FOUNDATION GRANTS<br />

LIGHT THE WAY CAPITAL CAMPAIGN<br />

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FROM THE<br />

HEAD OF SCHOOL<br />

Having two sons in <strong>the</strong> world of business “startups” has been both challenging and<br />

fascinating at <strong>the</strong> same time. These boys have taught me that <strong>the</strong> world in which<br />

<strong>the</strong>y live is nothing like <strong>the</strong> world I was preparing to enter in my secondary school<br />

years. Things have certainly changed. In fact, <strong>the</strong> pace of change in educational<br />

pedagogy has been increasing for years and <strong>the</strong>re is no end in sight.<br />

RANDY BRUNK<br />

CHCA Head of School<br />

As educators in <strong>the</strong> 1990s, we could sense things were changing; but we could<br />

barely foresee beyond <strong>the</strong> horizon. Technology was descending upon school<br />

classrooms introducing new possibilities, but it was not necessarily modifying <strong>the</strong><br />

curriculum or <strong>the</strong> way we taught. We knew adjustments were imminent, but we<br />

were scrambling to best understand <strong>the</strong> how, what, and why. And not surprisingly,<br />

it was actually <strong>the</strong> students who taught us <strong>the</strong> answers to <strong>the</strong>se questions. They<br />

were starting to use devices to communicate, research, create, game, learn, and so<br />

much more. The most nimble and tech-oriented teachers watched and learned<br />

and <strong>the</strong>n began leveraging student interest and engagement to <strong>the</strong>ir advantage.<br />

That spurred even greater usage and clarity for us all, and we sensed by <strong>the</strong> early<br />

2000s, this fast-paced change would become <strong>the</strong> norm and things were forever<br />

changing. It was clear this was not just ano<strong>the</strong>r fad (like open classrooms) as<br />

fundamentally new ways of learning and student engagement were coming to life.<br />

At CHCA, we made a strategic decision years ago to embrace this change and<br />

teach through it. Several years ago, a middle school teacher by <strong>the</strong> name of Lance<br />

Webel taught me something that guides my thinking to this day. At <strong>the</strong> time, we<br />

were confronted with <strong>the</strong> reality of <strong>the</strong> social forum, “MySpace”. It was <strong>the</strong> first<br />

widely used social media platform by students of that day. Parents and teachers<br />

alike sounded alarm bells as kids often used it improperly and were sometimes<br />

<strong>the</strong> victims of ano<strong>the</strong>r student’s misuse. At <strong>the</strong> time, I asked Mr. Webel to help<br />

us to essentially shut it down. He snickered and said that was simply futile. He<br />

proceeded to describe a much wiser approach...“Don’t make it taboo, teach <strong>the</strong>m<br />

how to use it properly.” That approach has become our refrain as <strong>the</strong> changes<br />

continue to come with multiple social media and digital platforms at play – and<br />

platforms that are not going away anytime soon. We find that philosophy to<br />

largely work best, and find ways for positive reinforcement when we can.<br />

Now, I recognize that not all uses of technology are considered good. We all<br />

have abundant horror stories I am sure. But also recognizing that most of what<br />

is coming down <strong>the</strong> pike is going to make its way into our children’s lives, with or<br />

without us, we need to be consistent in teaching good stewardship and healthy<br />

use. Thomas Friedman, in his best-selling book, “Thank You For Being Late” says<br />

something very interesting about this conundrum. He encourages us to stay on<br />

top of all that is happening and be a voice of reason in <strong>the</strong> midst of <strong>the</strong> confusion.<br />

He likens it to how professional kayakers approach rivers. Professionals actually<br />

paddle <strong>the</strong>ir boat forward to gain control over where <strong>the</strong>y go in fast-paced rapids.<br />

Our tendency as amateurs is to try to slow <strong>the</strong> boat down to get more control. It<br />

is actually better to stay ahead of <strong>the</strong> water ra<strong>the</strong>r than letting <strong>the</strong> water take us<br />

wherever it wants to go, which may not be a safe route.<br />

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We believe it would be naïve to call this technological tidal wave simply a phase and hope it all goes<br />

away. As stewards of our children’s future, we need keep control and paddle into <strong>the</strong> current. In order to<br />

do that wisely, we need to not only keep up, but bring into <strong>the</strong> conversation a moral, historical, spiritual,<br />

reasonable, and profitable voice.<br />

We are seeing <strong>the</strong> positive effects of increased student voice, engagement, and choice brought on by<br />

“disruption” principles at play in education. While we don’t always see <strong>the</strong> full picture of what is emerging,<br />

we commit to paddle forward armed with what we know and what research tells us works. Our newest<br />

foray at CHCA is into <strong>the</strong> world of entrepreneurship. There is something very symbiotic with increased<br />

student engagement and ownership of learning paired with <strong>the</strong> concept of investment and return that is<br />

embedded into entrepreneurship. Scripturally, this can be seen in Paul’s writing to <strong>the</strong> Galatians about<br />

reaping and sowing. Don’t be misled—you cannot mock <strong>the</strong> justice of God. You will always harvest what you<br />

plant. Those who live only to satisfy <strong>the</strong>ir own sinful nature will harvest decay and death from that sinful nature.<br />

But those who live to please <strong>the</strong> Spirit will harvest everlasting life from <strong>the</strong> Spirit. So let’s not get tired of doing<br />

what is good. At just <strong>the</strong> right time we will reap a harvest of blessing if we don’t give up. Therefore, whenever<br />

we have <strong>the</strong> opportunity, we should do good to everyone—especially to those in <strong>the</strong> family of faith. (Galatians<br />

6:7-10). Never has <strong>the</strong>re been a better time for students to be exposed to concepts of sowing and reaping;<br />

investment and return. It is not as much about making money as it is about an understanding of <strong>the</strong> reality<br />

of investing in things that are worthy of praise, things that accrue to joy and peace, and things that have a<br />

lasting and positive impact.<br />

My boys love <strong>the</strong> world of startups. They are very much in control of <strong>the</strong>ir investments (sowing) and tend<br />

to see rewards (reaping). They face moral and values-based decisions constantly and it is joy to see that<br />

<strong>the</strong>y make those decisions with a Kingdom mindset...one that shows <strong>the</strong>y understand what really matters<br />

in this life. They are attempting to make a better world not only for <strong>the</strong>mselves, but for o<strong>the</strong>rs as well. Yes,<br />

<strong>the</strong> devil can use <strong>the</strong>se same tools for very negative purposes and many of his converts use technology,<br />

social media, and more as agents of destruction. But, if we can use <strong>the</strong>se tools instead to drive healthy<br />

engagement in not only our school’s content delivery, but in understanding God’s desires for a flourishing<br />

life as <strong>the</strong>y use <strong>the</strong>m, it can be a true win-win.<br />

This is just <strong>the</strong> beginning of this wave of innovation in education and certainly more is coming. I could<br />

write a book about <strong>the</strong> opportunities our students have each day under <strong>the</strong> instruction of teachers who<br />

choose to paddle forward, bringing students along with <strong>the</strong>m as <strong>the</strong>y enter exciting and unchartered<br />

waters, all while being discerning and wise arbiters of that which is good and that which is not profitable<br />

for children. #GoCHCA is more than just a pithy hashtag, it’s our strategic approach to how we do school<br />

here. We go after <strong>the</strong> best ways to engage our students. We go after <strong>the</strong> hearts of our students. We go after<br />

excellence in all we do.<br />

We covet your prayer and conversation about <strong>the</strong>se things as we all move confidently forward. Our<br />

partnership with your family is critical to our children entering this new world with a heart for Him and a<br />

heart for His kingdom.<br />

Randy Brunk, CHCA Head of School<br />

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#GOCHCA<br />

It’s more than just a hashtag.<br />

It’s more than a rally cry.<br />

It’s community. It’s students highly engaged in <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

learning. It’s giving back to <strong>the</strong> place that pours into our<br />

families. It’s dedication. It’s a life-defining experience.<br />

It’s what school is meant to be. It’s support on and off<br />

<strong>the</strong> stage. It’s encouragement on and off <strong>the</strong> field.<br />

It’s a meaningful journey. It’s a winning moment.<br />

It’s choosing more and being more than you could<br />

ever imagine. It’s innovation. It’s what happens<br />

when you discover your God-given gifts. It’s<br />

focus on what’s important. It’s working hard and<br />

getting <strong>the</strong> reward. It’s inspiration. It’s awesome<br />

experiences outside of <strong>the</strong> classroom. It’s<br />

worship and praise. It’s a special place that God<br />

graciously put on <strong>the</strong> hearts of our founders 30+<br />

years ago.<br />

For 30 years and counting, we’ve been on <strong>the</strong><br />

go. We go after what matters... Support from a<br />

strong community. Students highly engaged in <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

learning. Praying for and serving one ano<strong>the</strong>r and<br />

o<strong>the</strong>rs. Giving back to <strong>the</strong> place that pours into our<br />

families. Dedication to that for which we are passionate.<br />

Learning, leading, and serving with purpose.<br />

We’re glad you’re a part of this journey!<br />

#GOCHCA<br />

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FILLING THE CUP<br />

& FUELING THE STORY<br />

BY STEPHEN CARTER<br />

“There's a story in that cup,”<br />

Braydon says, standing by <strong>the</strong> circular table imprinted with a tasting wheel.<br />

“It’s a story that starts with a fruit growing on a tree in Guatemala and ends with <strong>the</strong> brewing of a<br />

roasted bean. It’s <strong>the</strong> story of coffee.”<br />

Braydon Booher is <strong>the</strong> director of education at Deeper Roots Coffee in Cincinnati and this past fall he took twelve CHCA<br />

students in <strong>the</strong> business entrepreneurship class through a detailed coffee cupping explaining <strong>the</strong> subtleties between<br />

fragrance and aroma, and between flavor and aftertaste.<br />

"I taste fruit," one student said.<br />

“What kind of fruit—be specific, <strong>the</strong>re’s no wrong answer,” Braydon said, reaching for a marker to write <strong>the</strong><br />

tasting note on <strong>the</strong> whiteboard.<br />

“Sort of a berry, I guess. Maybe a blackberry?”<br />

“Blackberry—that’s awesome,” Braydon said, as <strong>the</strong> students continued making <strong>the</strong>ir way around <strong>the</strong> table, sampling<br />

<strong>the</strong> variety of coffees.<br />

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When <strong>the</strong> group returned to school, pictures from <strong>the</strong><br />

day were posted on social media—images of students<br />

leaning in to take in <strong>the</strong> aroma of bean-to-bar cacao from<br />

Maverick Chocolate, pictures of exquisite latte art from<br />

third-wave coffee shops, and stills from <strong>the</strong> cupping. After<br />

<strong>the</strong> typical likes and shares had died down, an interesting<br />

series of comments appeared under <strong>the</strong> post.<br />

“Jealous,” one comment read, posted by Jeremy Devin,<br />

class of 2016. This was followed by “Same” from Alana<br />

Lindenfeld, class of 2017. Candace Pfister, class of <strong>2018</strong>,<br />

replied and wrote, “I miss this and you, Megan Peck,” to<br />

which Megan Peck, class of <strong>2019</strong> replied, “Candace, I miss<br />

this and you too!”<br />

Despite <strong>the</strong> years separating <strong>the</strong>m, all four of <strong>the</strong>se former<br />

students are part of a growing community of both alumni<br />

and current students at <strong>the</strong> school—a community growing<br />

out of <strong>the</strong> burgeoning Business Entrepreneurship Program.<br />

The flagship business of this program is <strong>the</strong> Leaning Eagle<br />

Coffee Bar, established as a permanent, student-run<br />

business in 2015, and from Jeremy Devin to Megan Peck,<br />

each of <strong>the</strong>se students became full-fledged baristas<br />

through <strong>the</strong>ir work in taking coffee to <strong>the</strong> next level.<br />

And now that's part of <strong>the</strong>ir story.<br />

By her junior year, Candace was working at <strong>the</strong> coffee bar,<br />

and her senior year she was <strong>the</strong> overall manager of <strong>the</strong> bar.<br />

Through her leadership, <strong>the</strong> coffee bar grew exponentially<br />

and reached unforeseen heights in excellence. This<br />

excellence is best epitomized by Valentine’s Day.<br />

Unbeknownst to anyone, Candace designed handmade<br />

valentines complete with Bible verses and attached <strong>the</strong>m<br />

to <strong>the</strong> cups so that all customers on February 14th left The<br />

Leaning Eagle feeling loved.<br />

Candace is now a sophomore at <strong>the</strong> College of Charleston<br />

majoring in economics. Last year she participated in <strong>the</strong><br />

ImpactX startup accelerator as part of <strong>the</strong>ir School of<br />

Business where she and her team fulfilled <strong>the</strong> stated goal<br />

of “creating a business that makes a profit while making<br />

a difference” by creating an app called “food fighter”<br />

which helps consumers lower <strong>the</strong>ir personal food waste<br />

by tracking grocery spending. She explained that <strong>the</strong><br />

business entrepreneurship program at CHCA helped<br />

her understand an elevator pitch—something she “…is<br />

continuing to master.”<br />

In <strong>the</strong> end, her team won <strong>the</strong> $6,000 grand prize.<br />

And thus her story grows.<br />

In much <strong>the</strong> same way, so continues <strong>the</strong> story of <strong>the</strong><br />

Business Entrepreneurship Program. Last year, CHCA’s<br />

business class hosted <strong>the</strong> Food Symposium, a large-scale<br />

event which brought over five hundred attendees, most<br />

with no CHCA affiliation, to <strong>the</strong> school for a two-day<br />

conference complete with national speakers, local authors,<br />

business owners, restaurateurs, farmers, and professional<br />

chefs. The event was made possible by <strong>the</strong> dedicated work<br />

of students who served coffee drinks, managed <strong>the</strong> food<br />

truck rally, acted as ushers, assisted with <strong>the</strong> exhibition hall<br />

set up, and even published articles about <strong>the</strong> proceedings.<br />

At CHCA, we love stories. We root for our athletic teams<br />

who defy all odds to raise <strong>the</strong> bar in our standard of<br />

excellence. We cheer for our students who earn academic<br />

accolades and go on to achieve prestigious awards in<br />

college. We stand in awe of our fine arts performers who<br />

display talents far beyond <strong>the</strong>ir age. We champion <strong>the</strong><br />

teachers who go above and beyond <strong>the</strong> classroom every<br />

day, we celebrate <strong>the</strong> parents who sacrifice to give <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

children <strong>the</strong> best education, and we stand behind <strong>the</strong><br />

administrators whose bold visions bring exciting changes to<br />

our campus.<br />

Although someone’s story begins before <strong>the</strong>y first step<br />

foot on CHCA’s campus, it is <strong>the</strong> nature of CHCA to<br />

dramatically shape that story. For Jeremy Devin, <strong>the</strong><br />

Business Entrepreneurship Program played a vital role in his<br />

story: “It definitely helped me with communication skills<br />

and developing leadership. From group projects in college<br />

to leadership positions in extracurricular activities, I was<br />

more prepared.”<br />

In addition to discussions around food, <strong>the</strong> event focused<br />

on <strong>the</strong> need for sustainability. In order to fully embrace<br />

this idea, <strong>the</strong> Business Entrepreneurship Program began<br />

<strong>the</strong> task of minimizing <strong>the</strong> carbon footprint of The<br />

Leaning Eagle Coffee Bar. With this task came a series of<br />

challenges—even if compostable cups were used, would<br />

<strong>the</strong>y just end up at <strong>the</strong> landfill with everything else? If<br />

local products were found, how would we get <strong>the</strong>m to <strong>the</strong><br />

school? In traditional entrepreneurship fashion, challenges<br />

led to solutions. In addition to compostable cups, GoZero<br />

Services was hired to take all <strong>the</strong> compost to a facility<br />

that would turn <strong>the</strong> cups and coffee grounds into nutrient<br />

dense soil. Local grass-fed milk from Hartzler Dairy is now<br />

delivered once a week in reusable glass bottles that <strong>the</strong><br />

students carefully rinse after use.<br />

The excitement over <strong>the</strong>se changes has brought about<br />

a new standard of excellence at <strong>the</strong> coffee bar. Ask any<br />

student barista about <strong>the</strong> milk and prepare to hear an<br />

earful about low-temperature pasteurization and <strong>the</strong><br />

benefits of non-homogenization.<br />

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Inquire about <strong>the</strong> coffee and listen to <strong>the</strong> stories of directtrade<br />

coffee beans and how <strong>the</strong> farmers benefit. Purchase<br />

a drink and hear <strong>the</strong> students request <strong>the</strong> empty cup be<br />

brought back so it can be composted.<br />

The momentum from <strong>the</strong> Food Symposium impacted<br />

not only <strong>the</strong> coffee bar, but also <strong>the</strong> very essence of <strong>the</strong><br />

Business Entrepreneurship Program at CHCA. This year,<br />

<strong>the</strong> program has taken on <strong>the</strong> school garden situated<br />

between <strong>the</strong> EBL campus and Founders’—generously<br />

donated by <strong>the</strong> O’Brien family in 2014, <strong>the</strong> garden had<br />

grown over and was in need of maintenance. In <strong>the</strong> spirit<br />

of local food and understanding <strong>the</strong> importance of <strong>the</strong><br />

seed, <strong>the</strong> garden was restored to its growing potential and<br />

is now functioning as an innovative outdoor classroom for<br />

all CHCA students. The PK-4 class planted radish seeds in<br />

<strong>the</strong> fall only to harvest <strong>the</strong>m five weeks later. The second<br />

graders saw <strong>the</strong> seeds <strong>the</strong>y started in <strong>the</strong>ir classroom move<br />

to <strong>the</strong> garden’s raised beds. One of <strong>the</strong> third grade classes<br />

visited <strong>the</strong> garden to harvest snap peas and walk through<br />

<strong>the</strong> vineyard.<br />

And <strong>the</strong> story grows.<br />

Next year will bring about incredible additions for business<br />

entrepreneurship at <strong>the</strong> school—chief among <strong>the</strong>se will be<br />

<strong>the</strong> establishment of a certificate program for upper school<br />

students which will be awarded to graduating students who<br />

have completed several internships at <strong>the</strong> various studentrun<br />

businesses along with a set course of study. This<br />

will include a newly designed Upper School class called<br />

“Perspectives in Entrepreneurship and Sustainability” in<br />

which community leaders and experts will be engaged to<br />

bring topics of critical interest to <strong>the</strong> campus in a TED talk<br />

format.<br />

In addition to <strong>the</strong> Upper School offerings, students<br />

in all grades at all campuses will be introduced to<br />

entrepreneurial involvement at <strong>the</strong>ir respective age levels.<br />

As <strong>the</strong> number of student-operated businesses increases,<br />

so too does <strong>the</strong> number of interested students. Included<br />

within <strong>the</strong> entrepreneurship umbrella will be an increased<br />

emphasis on sustainability at <strong>the</strong> school with a goal to<br />

reduce food waste, raise awareness about composting, and<br />

create a school wellness program to bring about a higher<br />

level of nutritional education. This will be paired with<br />

future awareness events in <strong>the</strong> vein of last spring’s Food<br />

Symposium.<br />

It goes without saying that exciting happenings are<br />

underway in all campuses of <strong>the</strong> school. It goes without<br />

saying that The Leaning Eagle Coffee Bar is just <strong>the</strong><br />

beginning. It goes without saying that <strong>the</strong>re are stories<br />

brewing in our cups and growing in our gardens.<br />

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WHAT'S MAKING<br />

HEADLINES<br />

With each passing year at CHCA, students, faculty, staff, and parents are regularly making<br />

headlines for extraordinary things. This past year has been no exception. Each aspect of our<br />

community is consistently learning, leading, and serving with nothing short of excellence. After<br />

all, it’s <strong>the</strong> heart of who we are and what we do as a school and community.<br />

Here is a glimpse of many of <strong>the</strong> stories that made headlines in <strong>the</strong> <strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong> school year.<br />

If you want to dive deeper into <strong>the</strong>se stories, visit our news page on our web site: chca-oh.org.<br />

Of course, you can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter! #GoCHCA<br />

CHCA Students and Alumni Compete and Win Three Awards in<br />

Teen Film Challenge<br />

13 Upper School students and alumni work toge<strong>the</strong>r to create film for contest.<br />

CHCA Grade 6 Student Makes a Difference in <strong>the</strong> Lives of Foster<br />

Children<br />

Maddie Richman uses Operation Impact idea to help o<strong>the</strong>rs.<br />

Ten CHCA Seniors Have Been Recognized by <strong>the</strong> National Merit<br />

Scholarship Corporation<br />

Chanse Ashman, Douglas Hansford, Abby Jutt, Hannah Odom, and Sydney Sauer have been named<br />

National Merit Semifinalists. Leon Bao, Patrick Bruns, Madeline Dykstra, Luke Springer, and Julia Stotz have<br />

been recognized as National Merit commended students.<br />

CHCA's Upper School Named Best Christian High School in Ohio<br />

CHCA upper school recognized once again in Niche ranking.<br />

CHCA Volleyball Teams Raise Over $3,700 for <strong>the</strong> Leukemia and<br />

Lymphoma Society<br />

CHCA Shantytown October <strong>2018</strong><br />

CHCA upper school students experience what it would be like to be homeless.<br />

CHCA's Upper School Presents "The Man Who Came to Dinner"<br />

CHCA Upper School <strong>the</strong>ater students bring comedy to <strong>the</strong> stage.<br />

CHCA Fall Athletes and Coaches Recognized by <strong>the</strong> Miami Valley<br />

Conference<br />

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Special Veterans Day Concert Features 96-Year Old WWII Veteran<br />

Pilot as Emcee and Guest Conductor<br />

CHCA Student Cast in The Children's Theater of Cincinnati's "Santa<br />

Claus: The Musical"<br />

Grade 7 student, Madelynn Glenn, cast in her second TCT production.<br />

Aquaponics and Stem Education Flourishes at Cincinnati Hills<br />

Christian Academy<br />

CHCA aquaponics program collaborates with Jubilee Project and NASA.<br />

CHCA Student Cast in <strong>the</strong> Cincinnati Ballet's production of "The<br />

Nutcracker"<br />

Grade 6 CHCA student, Caroline Blair, shares her passion for dance with <strong>the</strong> Cincinnati Ballet.<br />

CHCA Dedicates Advanced Placement Art Gallery in Summers' Honor<br />

Recognizing Fine Arts Director, Mona Summers, for over twenty years of dedication to <strong>the</strong> arts at CHCA.<br />

Nor<strong>the</strong>ast Cincinnati Rotary Honors CHCA Student<br />

CHCA senior, Peyton Bach, receives prestigious award.<br />

‘Armleder Eleven’ Reflect on Their CHCA Education as Seniors<br />

Armleder class who met in Kindergarten still close friends as <strong>the</strong>y head to graduation toge<strong>the</strong>r.<br />

Legacy of Light<br />

Mr. Hilderbrand’s Stained Glass Class revealed a piece <strong>the</strong>y have been working on since <strong>the</strong> beginning of <strong>the</strong><br />

school year, now permanently installed in CHCA's greenhouse.<br />

A Special Journey: Finding My Way Along <strong>the</strong> Camino<br />

Special journey for CHCA alumna, Ellie Coggins ‘14.<br />

CHCA Students' Films Receive Numerous Film Festival Recognition<br />

Several CHCA seniors and alumni continue to be recognized at film festivals. The AFAA presented its<br />

awards December 7, <strong>2018</strong> at a banquet in Brooklyn, New York. Senior Gabe Schmidt was recognized among<br />

filmmakers ages seventeen and younger for directing <strong>the</strong> short film Under Pressure.<br />

CHCA Students Present Disney's "Mary Poppins JR." to Four Sold<br />

Out Crowds<br />

Grade 5-8 students sing, dance, and fly in <strong>the</strong>ir production of Mary Poppins JR.<br />

Ten CHCA Seniors Sign with Athletic Scholarships<br />

CHCA student athletes sign college commitments.<br />

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CHCA Hosts 'Teal Power' Event for Ovarian Cancer Awareness<br />

Teams, players, and <strong>the</strong> community at large participated in raising nearly $4,000 for Ovarian Cancer Alliance<br />

of Greater Cincinnati.<br />

Five CHCA Seniors named National Merit Finalists<br />

Seniors Chanse Ashman, Douglas Hansford, Abby Jutt, Hannah Odom, and Sydney Sauer all received<br />

notification that <strong>the</strong>y are advancing to <strong>the</strong> final round of <strong>the</strong> competition.<br />

CHCA Winter Athletes and Coach Recognized by <strong>the</strong> Miami Valley<br />

Conference<br />

Two CHCA Senior Athletes Recognized by <strong>the</strong> National Football<br />

Foundation<br />

CHCA senior, Julian Herman, was a finalist for <strong>the</strong> "That's My Boy" award, which is viewed as <strong>the</strong> most<br />

prestigious award for a high school football player to win in Cincinnati. CHCA senior, Warren Klusmeyer, was<br />

presented with <strong>the</strong> "Tom Potter Memorial Award of Courage."<br />

CHCA Grade 7 Student Named National Geographic GeoBee Ohio<br />

State Championship Semifinalist<br />

Jacob Kaesemeyer has been notified by <strong>the</strong> National Geographic Society that he is one of <strong>the</strong> semifinalists<br />

eligible to compete in <strong>the</strong> <strong>2019</strong> National Geographic GeoBee Ohio State Competition.<br />

CHCA’s Upper School Theatre Department Presents Les Misérables<br />

Audiences were blown away by <strong>the</strong> talent of <strong>the</strong> cast and crew of Les Misérables.<br />

CHCA Student's Film Receives Awards and Acclaimed Recognition<br />

Senior Gabe Schmidt recently won top honors in two categories at <strong>the</strong> Kids Film It Festival, earning him<br />

acclaim from Hollywood film moguls.<br />

CHCA Student Qualifies for Power of <strong>the</strong> Pen State Tournament<br />

Abby Rosenfeldt recognized for her writing skills.<br />

Pathway to Sustainability: An Invitation for Conversation<br />

CHCA hosted a Food Symposium, <strong>the</strong> first of its kind in our region. The event kicked off with a chef demonstration<br />

and breakout session <strong>the</strong> afternoon of Thursday, April 4, featured over 35 speakers, and ended <strong>the</strong> evening<br />

of Friday, April 5 with a keynote talk by internationally recognized farmer and author, Joel Salatin.<br />

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CHCA Celebrates 21st <strong>Annual</strong> School Arts Festival ArtBeat<br />

Students shine on stage and with visual art at CHCA's ArtBeat.<br />

Two CHCA Students Awarded <strong>the</strong> AJC Human Relations Award<br />

CHCA seniors Chanse Ashman and Kaylie Glenn have been awarded <strong>the</strong> AJC Simon Lazarus, Jr., Human<br />

Relations Award, recognized for <strong>the</strong>ir work with dementia patients.<br />

CHCA Celebrates SOS Leaders<br />

Over 40 Student Organized Service leaders recognized for <strong>the</strong>ir dedication to service at CHCA.<br />

CHCA Announces <strong>2019</strong>-2020 NJHS Inductees<br />

CHCA welcomes 40 new members to NJHS.<br />

Build It (and Pray About It) and They Will Come<br />

A glance at <strong>the</strong> history of <strong>the</strong> CHCA Ultimate Frisbee Team. What started out as a backyard game of "family<br />

ultimate Frisbee" with a handful of families has turned into a competitive school team who has made <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

way to city championships, led by seniors Peyton Bach, Sarah Day, and Elena Rempe.<br />

CHCA Names <strong>2019</strong> Upper School Scholarship Winners<br />

Current and future Upper School students at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy were recognized for <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

academic accomplishments, leadership, and service contributions.<br />

CHCA Upper Elementary Students Pursuing Passions in Third<br />

<strong>Annual</strong> "Operation Impact"<br />

Grades 4-6 use <strong>the</strong>ir passions to change <strong>the</strong> world.<br />

Seventeen CHCA Students Inducted into International Thespian<br />

Society<br />

Years of acting, student production, and orchestra leads to recognition for <strong>the</strong>se talented students.<br />

145 CHCA Students Earn The President's Volunteer Service Award<br />

A record number of students are recognized for <strong>the</strong>ir service.<br />

CHCA Students Take on Ano<strong>the</strong>r Teen Film Challenge<br />

Eight current and former CHCA students teamed up last weekend to create a new film for <strong>the</strong> <strong>2019</strong> Teen<br />

Film Challenge, and <strong>the</strong>y will showcase <strong>the</strong>ir work right at home.<br />

CHCA Student Team Wins Film Challenge<br />

Eight CHCA students and alumni win big at film challenge.<br />

A Summer of Sowing-CHCA Students Host Peers from Nor<strong>the</strong>rn<br />

Ireland in Ulster Project<br />

CHCA sophomores Rhiannon Crichton and Christopher and Griffin Max have life changing summer while<br />

hosting students from Ireland.<br />

A Creative Independent Study Journey<br />

CHCA <strong>2019</strong> alumna, Maria Pancioli, creates stunning 4' x 8' stained glass masterpiece that pays homage to<br />

CHCA and <strong>the</strong> city of Cincinnati.<br />

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CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS<br />

<strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong><br />

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<strong>2019</strong><br />

CLASS OF<br />

22<br />

“Commit to <strong>the</strong> LORD whatever you do,<br />

and he will establish your plans.”<br />

- Proverbs 16:3 (Class Verse)


CHCA CELEBRATES<br />

<strong>the</strong> accomplishments of <strong>the</strong> Class of <strong>2019</strong><br />

by <strong>the</strong> numbers...<br />

...and so much more achieved<br />

by this special class!<br />

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COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS<br />

DR. NEVILLE PINTO<br />

President, University of Cincinnati<br />

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A BIT ABOUT OUR<br />

VAL & SAL<br />

SYDNEY ANN SAUER<br />

Class of <strong>2019</strong> Valedictorian<br />

Sydney arrived at CHCA halfway through fourth grade,<br />

and she is grateful for all <strong>the</strong> opportunities CHCA provided<br />

her. She was a National Merit Finalist and a National<br />

AP Scholar, having studied 12 AP classes, and received<br />

a perfect score on <strong>the</strong> ACT. She was also a CHCA<br />

Distinguished Cum Laude Scholar and received 9 CHCA<br />

Academic Excellence Awards. Outside of class, she loved<br />

to learn and explore everything from foreign languages<br />

to environmental science in her free time. In addition to<br />

academics, Sydney played several varsity sports <strong>including</strong><br />

soccer, softball, and track and field, where she was awarded<br />

MVC First Team in shotput as a freshman. She also enjoyed<br />

working with <strong>the</strong> International Student Program in a variety<br />

of roles and was heavily involved with <strong>the</strong> Food Symposium.<br />

Outside of school, she participated in local government<br />

as <strong>the</strong> student representative to <strong>the</strong> Hamilton County<br />

Recycling and Solid Waste Policy Committee, volunteered<br />

with a local hospice organization, and worked part-time<br />

through <strong>the</strong> school year as a math tutor at Mathnasium.<br />

She’s also an accomplished writer, having sold over 200<br />

articles to various businesses around <strong>the</strong> world, and her<br />

work has been published by Vox. Above all else, she loves<br />

being with people, especially her friends and family. She<br />

is attending The Ohio State University as an Eminence<br />

Fellow, pursuing a double major in computer science<br />

and journalism.<br />

JULIA KATHRYN STOTZ<br />

Class of <strong>2019</strong> Salutatorian<br />

Julia joined CHCA in fifth grade and is thankful for <strong>the</strong><br />

excellent teachers and educational opportunities from<br />

which she learned. Julia was a CHCA distinguished scholar,<br />

Learn Scholarship recipient, and AP scholar with honors.<br />

Julia was truly honored to receive <strong>the</strong> four-year social<br />

studies award, as her academic passion is social sciences.<br />

Beyond <strong>the</strong> classroom, Julia was a club swimmer for 10<br />

years. She earned a four-year varsity letter in swimming<br />

and was a district qualifier. She was named first team<br />

all-conference both sophomore and senior years. In her<br />

last season, she was a member of <strong>the</strong> 200-freestyle relay<br />

that broke <strong>the</strong> school record. Julia also enjoyed playing<br />

<strong>the</strong> flute in pep band. She was elected Mu Alpha Theta<br />

president and National Honor Society vice president. Julia<br />

volunteered over 400 hours during her high school years.<br />

She especially enjoyed her role as a fifth grade Sunday<br />

school teacher at her church as well as being an SOS<br />

leader supporting Back2Back Ministries. Julia is attending<br />

Washington University in St. Louis with a double major in<br />

political science and economics.<br />

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CLASS OF <strong>2019</strong><br />

RECOGNITIONS<br />

200+ SERVICE HOURS<br />

Patrick Bruns<br />

Kalia Crowell<br />

David Hong<br />

Samuel Hoyer<br />

Kalaya Jones<br />

Cindy Liu<br />

Kendall Matsey<br />

Ryan McDonough<br />

Brady Metzler<br />

Jackson Myers<br />

James Nellis<br />

Maria Pancioli<br />

Bethany Panzeca<br />

Benjamin Paris<br />

Gabe Schmidt<br />

Emma Shank<br />

Robert Stewart<br />

Kolby Toney<br />

Sam Vanderkolk<br />

Malcolm Vanderwoude<br />

CHCA OUTREACH AND LEADERSHIP<br />

300+ SERVICE HOURS<br />

Michael Deines<br />

Jeff Easterday<br />

Evan Flagel<br />

Lydia Hansee<br />

Collin Jung<br />

Sarah Koopman<br />

Nicolson Panos<br />

Corinne Vanderwoude<br />

400+ SERVICE HOURS<br />

Stefone Broaders<br />

Kaylie Glenn<br />

Teresa Hoyer<br />

Abigail Jutt<br />

Abigail O’Connell<br />

Luis Paramo<br />

Alayna Petersen<br />

Sydney Sauer<br />

Julia Stotz<br />

Shannon Sturm<br />

500+ SERVICE HOURS<br />

Ana Burk<br />

Hannah Odom<br />

Elena Rempe<br />

Rhian Solomon<br />

Sidhu Thunga<br />

Leanna Yuan<br />

600+ SERVICE HOURS<br />

Leon Bao<br />

Gabriele Kim<br />

Alicia Slouffman<br />

Grace Vanderwoude<br />

700+ SERVICE HOURS<br />

Trevor Cebulskie<br />

Charlotte Lee<br />

Megan Peck<br />

Madelyn Vezdos<br />

800+ SERVICE HOURS<br />

David Taylor<br />

1000+ SERVICE HOURS<br />

Peyton Bach<br />

Wyatt Droege<br />

Madeline Dykstra<br />

Douglas Hansford<br />

Carolyn Moon<br />

PRESIDENTIAL SERVICE AWARDS<br />

GOLD<br />

Peyton Bach<br />

Wyatt Droege<br />

Doug Hansford<br />

Carolyn Moon<br />

Elena Rempe<br />

David Taylor<br />

SILVER<br />

Leon Bao<br />

Stefone Broaders<br />

Ana Burk<br />

Charlotte Lee<br />

Megan Peck<br />

Sidhu Thunga<br />

BRONZE<br />

Madeline Dykstra<br />

Gabriele Kim<br />

Sarah Koopman<br />

Abigail O’Connell<br />

Hannah Odom<br />

Maria Pancioli<br />

Ben Paris<br />

Malcolm Vanderwoude<br />

Madelyn Vezdos<br />

Leanna Yuan<br />

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SENIOR SERVICE AWARD WINNERS<br />

SOS INTERNSHIP AWARD<br />

Madelyn Vezdos<br />

DEDICATION TO COMMUNITY AWARD<br />

Carolyn Moon<br />

4 YEAR LEADERSHIP AWARD<br />

Leon Bao<br />

NEYER FOUNDATION CHRISTIAN<br />

LEADERSHIP<br />

Elena Rempe<br />

DICK SNYDER AWARD<br />

Wyatt Droege<br />

Leon Bao


1000+ SERVICE HOURS 800+ SERVICE HOURS<br />

700+ SERVICE HOURS<br />

600+ SERVICE HOURS 500+ SERVICE HOURS<br />

400+ SERVICE HOURS<br />

300+ SERVICE HOURS 200+ SERVICE HOURS<br />

NEYER FOUNDATION CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP<br />

DICK SNYDER AWARD<br />

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CULTIVATING<br />

COMMUNITY<br />

THROUGH ALUMNI ENGAGEMENT<br />

As we celebrate <strong>the</strong> <strong>2019</strong>-2020 school year, and 30th Anniversary of our school, <strong>the</strong> Alumni Board is dedicating itself<br />

to providing opportunities for our Alumni community to connect with presence and purpose. We experienced major<br />

growth in alumni engagement this past year by increasing our focus on events and programs that not only connect<br />

alumni to each o<strong>the</strong>r but bring <strong>the</strong>m a new and vibrant connection with CHCA and its current students.<br />

One of <strong>the</strong> newest programs we launched this past year was our Alumni/Armleder pen pal program, where members<br />

of our alumni community were able to connect with current 5th and 6th grade students at our Armleder Campus<br />

on a relational level while <strong>the</strong> students got to practice <strong>the</strong>ir writing skills! We capped it off with a pen pal pizza party<br />

on campus. Students and alumni were able to meet <strong>the</strong>ir respective pen pals and step into <strong>the</strong>ir classrooms with a<br />

foundation of friendship. It proved to be a highly impactful program for all involved. While we plan on continuing<br />

programs such as this, we are also excited to advance our Alumni networking focus through regular happy hour events<br />

in more geographically diverse locations.<br />

Our primary goal as a board is to cultivate a Kingdom culture that loves, serves, invests in, and connects our<br />

community. This goes far beyond <strong>the</strong> doors of CHCA in a way that provides a launching pad for each individual to<br />

advance <strong>the</strong> Kingdom no matter in what season God has placed <strong>the</strong>m. We want to be that firm foundation on which<br />

you can look back and know that we will not only pray God’s best for you, but serve as a resource that will connect you<br />

and help to set you up for success. We believe in <strong>the</strong> power of <strong>the</strong> CHCA community and <strong>the</strong> roots from which we all<br />

stem. We find that it is much stronger to create a vision for where you want to go when you are firm in <strong>the</strong> foundation<br />

from where you came. Strong roots make for solid growth and offer us <strong>the</strong> opportunity to water and/or shade o<strong>the</strong>rs<br />

in <strong>the</strong>ir own growing seasons. Let this community be your water and let your branches be <strong>the</strong> shade of o<strong>the</strong>rs as <strong>the</strong>y<br />

plant <strong>the</strong>ir roots. If we can help you succeed in your business by connecting you with o<strong>the</strong>r like-minded alumni, we<br />

feel that we will have stewarded our position well. Let us be a resource for you!<br />

If you would like to keep up with our community and stay in <strong>the</strong> loop with <strong>the</strong> kinds of events and programs we are<br />

planning, please follow our Instagram page and join our Facebook group (@chcaalumni). If <strong>the</strong>re is any way we can<br />

support you in any stage of life, or if you are interested in getting more involved in what we’re doing around here, do<br />

not hesitate to reach out to us at alumni@chca-oh.org. We’re here to love and serve you and we would love to have<br />

you join <strong>the</strong> team!<br />

SARAH (ESLICK) ROBINSON '09<br />

CHCA Alumni Coordinator<br />

ALUMNI BOARD MEMBERS<br />

ZACH BOHANNON '02<br />

ERIC LOFTUS '04<br />

ROBBIE WILSON '04<br />

CHRISTINA (KARAM) PAINTER '07<br />

REAGAN SMITH '07<br />

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SARAH (ESLICK) ROBINSON '09<br />

NATALIE (MARKS) BOWMAN '09<br />

ALICIA KOCK '10<br />

MAYA (TRAYNHAM-RICHARDSON) MCCOLLUM '11<br />

NICK MARSH '14


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RECOGNIZING<br />

SUBMISSIONS FROM<br />

JULY 1, <strong>2018</strong> - JUNE 30, <strong>2019</strong><br />

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1995<br />

BENN GANN<br />

In April, Ben changed jobs and joined<br />

<strong>the</strong> American Chemistry Council as a<br />

Director in <strong>the</strong> Chemical Products and<br />

Technology Division in its Washington,<br />

D.C. office. In addition, he is now<br />

engaged and plans to marry his fiancé<br />

Courtney O’Keefe next summer.<br />

1999<br />

1 | BRAD STINSON<br />

Brad and his family just bought a house!<br />

He also started his Culture & Leadership<br />

Consulting Firm four years ago, during<br />

which his family sacrificed in ordered<br />

for him to follow his purpose and grow<br />

<strong>the</strong> business. The Lord has been so<br />

faithful in leading <strong>the</strong>ir lives <strong>the</strong>se past<br />

four years and <strong>the</strong>y have so many stories<br />

of God showing up in <strong>the</strong>ir lives. They<br />

are humble and grateful for this season.<br />

Ephesians 3:20<br />

2 | ELIZABETH (BETSY) CROSWELL<br />

It has been such a busy year cheering on<br />

<strong>the</strong> CHCA <strong>Eagles</strong> and Betsy’s 9-year-old<br />

son, Hunter, through football, basketball,<br />

and lacrosse. She looks forward to<br />

watching <strong>the</strong> 4th grade boys bring home<br />

ano<strong>the</strong>r undefeated football season! Go<br />

<strong>Eagles</strong>!<br />

2000<br />

3 |SARA MOORE WAGNER<br />

Sara recently won a Sustainable Arts<br />

Foundation Award for her poetry. This<br />

award is given to support artists annually,<br />

and she was chosen from a pool of 1100<br />

applicants! You can read about it here:<br />

http://www.sustainableartsfoundation.<br />

org/awardees/, or on her website here:<br />

www.saramoorewagner.com, where she<br />

has posted o<strong>the</strong>r recent publications<br />

and award news.<br />

2001<br />

4 | KARA BUCZEK<br />

Kara has found a new passion -<br />

performing flying trapeze with <strong>the</strong> circus<br />

in Seattle. She trains with some of <strong>the</strong><br />

best professionals in <strong>the</strong> business at<br />

Emerald City Trapeze Arts.<br />

2002<br />

5 | ERIN TATE SCHMERR<br />

Erin (Tate) Schmerr married Daniel<br />

Schmerr in 2011. They welcomed <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

first child, Adela, on June 21, 2017. In<br />

October of <strong>2018</strong>, <strong>the</strong>y opened Sonder<br />

Brewing (located in Mason, Ohio) with<br />

three o<strong>the</strong>r families. Sonder is a 30<br />

barrel brew house in a 19,000 square<br />

foot building located on 6.5 acres near<br />

Procter & Gamble.<br />

2003<br />

6 | DENIS BEAUSEJOUR<br />

Robynne and Denis are living in<br />

Hoffman Estates, a suburb of Chicago.<br />

They have two boys: Den (2.5) and<br />

Julien (8 mo). Denis left FedEx about<br />

three years ago and has been working<br />

for O.C. Tanner. Robynne is a special ed<br />

teacher at Barrington but is taking an<br />

extended maternity leave to be home<br />

with <strong>the</strong> kids. They try to make it back to<br />

Cincy as often as <strong>the</strong>y can!<br />

2004<br />

7 | SAL CHURI<br />

This year, Salen moved down to Austin,<br />

Texas to launch a venture capital fund,<br />

Trust Ventures, which invests in startups<br />

in heavily regulated industries, and<br />

married his now-wife Lauren.<br />

JOSH BAKER<br />

Josh lives in Indianapolis with his wife<br />

and daughter. After cooking in several<br />

restaurants around Indy, he now runs<br />

<strong>the</strong> kitchen at <strong>the</strong> newly opened Jailbird.<br />

He loves making cooking fun again.<br />

When he’s not working seven days a<br />

week, he likes to fish and go hiking with<br />

his wife.<br />

2005<br />

LAUREN DAVIES JESTER<br />

Back in 2015, Lauren decided to<br />

pursue one of her dreams to become<br />

an entrepreneur. She chose to open<br />

up a Smoothie King location, which is<br />

a concept she fell in love with when<br />

she worked at a Cincinnati location<br />

while attending CHCA. She’s been<br />

very blessed with success at her store,<br />

but <strong>the</strong> greatest blessing it brought<br />

her was being <strong>the</strong> place where she<br />

met her husband Josh in 2016. Josh is<br />

a Lieutenant on <strong>the</strong> fire department<br />

in <strong>the</strong>ir local community in Granger,<br />

IN. Things haven’t slowed down since<br />

<strong>the</strong>n and she wouldn’t change a thing.<br />

They were married in ‘17, blessed with<br />

triplets in ‘18, and just built a new forever<br />

home in ‘19. Also this year Lauren was<br />

honored to be named a member of <strong>the</strong><br />

Smoothie King King’s Club, being in <strong>the</strong><br />

top 10% of gross sales nationwide.<br />

2006<br />

ALUMNI NOTES<br />

8 | SARA DURHAM NELSON<br />

Sara and her fiancé Paul wed on<br />

September 1, <strong>2019</strong> in Louisville, KY.<br />

They have a lovely shotgun home in<br />

Louisville’s Germantown neighborhood.<br />

They adopted <strong>the</strong>ir sweet puppy Elouise<br />

last August from a shelter and she<br />

recently celebrated her first birthday.<br />

Sara is celebrating two years working<br />

with Humana Military this July and<br />

recently received a promotion to Senior<br />

Communications Professional. She is a<br />

Mentor with <strong>the</strong> Big Bro<strong>the</strong>rs Big Sisters<br />

School-To-Work Program. She is also<br />

<strong>the</strong> Volunteer Coordinator for Dancing<br />

Well: The Soldier Project, a non-profit<br />

organization that brings <strong>the</strong> healing<br />

power of music, dance and community<br />

to veterans and loved ones suffering<br />

from Post Traumatic Stress or Traumatic<br />

Brain Injury. She also volunteers on<br />

various committees within Humana,<br />

<strong>including</strong> SALUTE!, <strong>the</strong> veterans<br />

network resource group, and <strong>the</strong> Metro<br />

United Way and Fund for <strong>the</strong> Arts<br />

associate fundraising campaigns.<br />

She and Paul are members of<br />

Tomorrow’s Leaders, <strong>the</strong> National<br />

Young Professionals Organization for<br />

<strong>the</strong> Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Sara was<br />

recently selected to be <strong>the</strong> “voice” of<br />

Humana Military’s new IVR (Interactive<br />

Voice Response) phone system and<br />

started a podcast with a fellow associate,<br />

called “Humana Military Roll Call”. It’s<br />

a short-form informational podcast for<br />

Humana’s internal radio station. Their<br />

goal is to help provide awareness and<br />

education around Humana Military to<br />

<strong>the</strong> larger Humana associate population.<br />

9 | JAMIE HUXTABLE SWIGERT<br />

Jamie is involved in <strong>the</strong> women’s<br />

ministry leadership team at LifeHouse<br />

Church in Lebanon, OH. Their goal is to<br />

connect all women to o<strong>the</strong>r women in<br />

<strong>the</strong> church, through Christ. She enjoys<br />

volunteering at both her church & at<br />

Camp Chautauqua in Miamisburg where<br />

her husband is <strong>the</strong> Executive Director<br />

(and leads CHCA‘s faculty and staff<br />

retreat!). Their son is in Kindergarten<br />

this fall & <strong>the</strong>ir daughter is in pre-school.<br />

Her oldest step son got married in<br />

March & her o<strong>the</strong>r o<strong>the</strong>r step son is<br />

going into <strong>the</strong> US Navy! They like to<br />

spend lots of time at <strong>the</strong> park, pool, or<br />

exploring new places! God has richly<br />

blessed <strong>the</strong>m and <strong>the</strong>y are so thankful!<br />

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ALUMNI NOTES<br />

2007 2007<br />

CHRISTINA KARAM PAINTER<br />

In <strong>the</strong> spring of <strong>2018</strong>, we decided to put our Walnut<br />

Hills condo up for sale. It was <strong>the</strong>n that we also<br />

decided to pursue something that has been on our<br />

hearts for a while– live abroad for a long period<br />

of time. This wasn’t a foreign concept to us as we<br />

lived in South Africa for five months back in 2015.<br />

Travel and exploration have always been shared<br />

values for us as a couple. We love everything about<br />

it: food, culture, history, architecture, and even <strong>the</strong><br />

car-free lifestyle. It’s no wonder why we decided<br />

to do it again, only this time we have two toddlers<br />

in-tow.<br />

That didn’t stop us. Our desire to live in o<strong>the</strong>r<br />

countries exceeded <strong>the</strong> intimidation of traveling<br />

abroad for six months with a one and three year<br />

old. We initially planned on taking a transatlantic<br />

cruise to Barcelona to get our “sabbatical” off<br />

on a relaxing point. We planned to get into <strong>the</strong><br />

mindset of <strong>the</strong> slower life while on <strong>the</strong> ship but<br />

unfortunately it was damaged during a repair<br />

two weeks prior to our departure date. That<br />

unexpected cancellation was good practice for<br />

many more unforeseen changes to come. We<br />

decided to continue with <strong>the</strong> trip only to fly abroad<br />

and change a few things around. Our trip would<br />

start in Carcassonne, France and move east<br />

through Lucca, Italy, Umbria, Split and Dubrovnik<br />

Croatia, Montenegro, Tirana, Albania, A<strong>the</strong>ns,<br />

Greece, and possibly Turkey.<br />

While in some ways, our life is simpler with fewer<br />

possessions, no commuting, schedule flexibility,<br />

etc., <strong>the</strong>re has been no shortage of new stressors<br />

to manage on a daily basis. But it’s streng<strong>the</strong>ning<br />

us as individuals and parents. We’re taking in <strong>the</strong><br />

small things– stopping more often, and having<br />

slower days. Brian is working as an independent<br />

consultant in analytics while I blog and manage<br />

my personal chef business from afar.<br />

EPIPHANY DAVIS<br />

Epiphany just moved back home after 12 years performing as a dancer and<br />

actor in New York City. Last year she founded <strong>the</strong> event company, Have an<br />

Epiphany, LLC. They create custom events for any type of party. Now based<br />

out of Cincinnati, Have an Epiphany is ready to take on Ohio events. www.<br />

ihaveanepiphany.com<br />

2008<br />

EMILY GULBRANSEN<br />

On April 29, Ted and Emily got engaged while traveling in Iceland. Ted is<br />

originally from Boulder, Colorado and <strong>the</strong>y have been toge<strong>the</strong>r for four years.<br />

They are going to get married on October 9, 2020 in Cincinnati and can’t<br />

wait to start this next chapter of <strong>the</strong>ir lives.<br />

We know that our decision to live a bit of<br />

retirement early in life is seen as irresponsible to<br />

some; perhaps we can’t shake <strong>the</strong> mantra from<br />

our favorite CHCA in-class movie, The Dead<br />

Poet Society, “Carpe diem”. We’re not promised<br />

anything, and too many times we’ve heard people<br />

say, “I wish I did more when I was younger and in<br />

better health.” Both of us are used to working full<br />

or part-time and leading busier schedules. It was<br />

time for us to hit pause, and experience parenting<br />

in o<strong>the</strong>r countries.<br />

GRACE SCHULER SPENCER<br />

Grace and her husband Jonathan welcomed <strong>the</strong>ir first baby, Hudson Bruce<br />

Spencer, at 8:14 AM on September 11, <strong>2018</strong> weighing 8lbs 2oz and 20.5<br />

inches long. He has brought such joy and delight to <strong>the</strong>ir lives!<br />

Our kids have been tremendously adaptable in<br />

<strong>the</strong> newness of everything. Regardless, <strong>the</strong>y’re still<br />

two very young toddlers who keep us on our toes,<br />

especially in <strong>the</strong> small spaces of our apartments.<br />

Though <strong>the</strong>y are too young to remember this<br />

experience, we believe it will shape us as parents,<br />

and <strong>the</strong>m as individuals. We consider ourselves<br />

incredibly blessed to be on this adventure.<br />

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ALUMNINOTES<br />

RECOGNIZING SUBMISSIONS FROM JULY 1, <strong>2018</strong> - JUNE 30, <strong>2019</strong><br />

*<br />

2008<br />

NICK WILLIAMS<br />

I never fully understood how important your professional<br />

satisfaction was to your overall happiness in life until I left<br />

my dream job at P&G to work for myself.<br />

The last few years have been a whirlwind as I’ve gone from<br />

working on Wall Street to working exclusively from my home<br />

office. Change has always been a concept that I’ve been<br />

comfortable with – evident by <strong>the</strong> lasting friendships and<br />

draw I have to CHCA despite only having transferred in my<br />

junior year.<br />

Despite loving change, New York City is an incredible place<br />

with so much to offer, but it didn’t really fit me as a person.<br />

Leaving JPMorgan was a tough call but in 2016 I decided<br />

to walk away from finance and return to what really made<br />

me tick – consumer behavior. And what better place to do it<br />

than P&G. I was lucky enough to experience multiple roles<br />

on <strong>the</strong> Consumer & Market Knowledge Team, specializing<br />

in a variety of things ranging from North American media<br />

strategy to global consumer insights. This took me to<br />

six different countries and cemented my passion for <strong>the</strong><br />

psychological and data driven world of consumer behavior.<br />

The brilliant work being done across P&G only made it more<br />

clear <strong>the</strong> opportunities to impact Cincinnati businesses<br />

as well as o<strong>the</strong>r businesses globally who can leverage this<br />

innovative approach to business growth. After two incredible<br />

years at P&G, I couldn’t ignore <strong>the</strong> tug on my heart to create<br />

something of my own and blend my recent experience in<br />

consumer insights innovation with <strong>the</strong> scientific, data<br />

modeling approach I borrowed from finance. This resulted<br />

in <strong>the</strong> formation of DeepBridge Consulting, where we just<br />

passed our first birthday, building brands and businesses<br />

through a customer-first strategy.<br />

Optically, my experiences over <strong>the</strong> past few years have<br />

fluctuated wildly. But similar to CHCA’s approach to<br />

learning, <strong>the</strong> <strong>the</strong>me is consistent across variables – you’ll<br />

search endlessly for what you “want” to do until you shift<br />

your focus on finding what you feel you were “meant” to do.<br />

There you’ll find a level of fulfillment you didn’t really ever<br />

consider realistic for you. Sometimes it means abandoning<br />

safe choices and even common sense. Staying intellectually<br />

curious has been <strong>the</strong> key for me to achieve personal and<br />

financial freedom, while having time for o<strong>the</strong>r passions that<br />

refuel me like help coach <strong>the</strong> Indian Hill High School Boys<br />

Soccer Program.<br />

But with so many exciting changes, one of <strong>the</strong> most critical<br />

stabilities in my life has been <strong>the</strong> CHCA community and <strong>the</strong><br />

relationships cultivated over <strong>the</strong> years. I’ve crossed paths<br />

and have collaborated with some former classmates and<br />

CHCA alum doing INCREDIBLE things like David Curtin '09,<br />

Kurt Kersey '08, Andy Garrett '09, and Austin Zekoff '09 to<br />

name a few. I’m excited to see what <strong>the</strong> future holds!<br />

2009<br />

JANESSA SAMBOLA HARRIS<br />

Janessa studied Political Science at Ohio University where she<br />

was involved with <strong>the</strong> Association of Black Journalists and College<br />

Democrats, working for President Obama's re-election campaign.<br />

She relocated to Washington, DC to attend graduate school at<br />

George Washington University, where she earned her Masters<br />

degree in Media and Strategic Communications. She worked in<br />

media relations at <strong>the</strong> Smithsonian National Museum of African<br />

American History and Culture and now does public relations<br />

consulting for reproductive rights and advocacy organizations.<br />

Janessa married Doyen Harris '10 on May 4, <strong>2019</strong>.<br />

*While CHCA celebrates <strong>the</strong> work and accomplishments of all alumni, CHCA does not endorse businesses and organizations represented in updates.<br />

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ALUMNI NOTES<br />

2009<br />

PHILLIP MAROSI<br />

Philip and Megan Marosi are stationed in<br />

South Korea. They have a one year old son<br />

named Elijah Stephen.<br />

1 | PAUL TEPFENHART<br />

Paul recently moved to Austin, TX<br />

to be closer to his family and start a<br />

position with Charles Schwab, where he<br />

is optimizing digital processes with Dev<br />

and UX teams to make an easier client<br />

experience. New to Austin, he is loving<br />

<strong>the</strong> wea<strong>the</strong>r and BBQ! He is living close to<br />

<strong>the</strong> Domain but currently building a house<br />

that will be complete Spring 2020.<br />

2 | LENA TOME SCHULER<br />

Lena (Tome) Schuler went to work for<br />

Crossroads Church after college and<br />

started Crossroads Uptown on <strong>the</strong> corner<br />

of University of Cincinnati's campus. The<br />

church site began in Bogart's and <strong>the</strong>n<br />

rehabbed <strong>the</strong> former Old St. George<br />

church, now welcoming in 1,500 students<br />

and Uptown community members weekly.<br />

Lena married Nick Schuler in 2016 and<br />

<strong>the</strong>y welcomed <strong>the</strong>ir first child, Louis<br />

Brian, on May 27, <strong>2018</strong>. Lena now serves<br />

as <strong>the</strong> Crossroads Anywhere Community<br />

Pastor, using digital tools to reach people<br />

far from God and helping to start new<br />

Crossroads communities around <strong>the</strong><br />

country.<br />

2010<br />

3 +4 | ERIN LLOYD<br />

Since graduating medical school in <strong>2018</strong>,<br />

Erin completed her resident intern year<br />

at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak,<br />

MI while running a health and wellness<br />

Instagram account (@erinmarie_md).<br />

Recently giving a talk at Comerica Ballpark<br />

in Detroit, she has made a strong effort<br />

to increase public medical awareness.<br />

In May, Erin became engaged to Lt. Rob<br />

Healy, who is serving in <strong>the</strong> US Navy as<br />

an Emergency Medicine physician. Erin<br />

will continue her primary care training<br />

on <strong>the</strong> east coast with plans to start a<br />

preventative health & weight loss medical<br />

practice.<br />

COLIN COOPER<br />

Since graduation, Colin moved to<br />

Nashville to study Information Systems<br />

Management and Music Business at<br />

Belmont University. Upon graduating,<br />

he started a video production company<br />

called That's Classic Media in which he<br />

makes wedding videos, corporate videos,<br />

and country music videos with artists such<br />

as Toby Keith, Jake Owen, and Kenny<br />

Chesney. Alongside this, he also started a<br />

personality brand with his buddy Austin,<br />

called Austin and Colin, that produces<br />

viral videos in Nashville. After five years<br />

in business, he has just recently started a<br />

new digital marketing agency called Mac<br />

N Cheese Media. He is also single and<br />

searching for his future wife.<br />

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2009<br />

ANDY GARRETT<br />

Since leaving CHCA my focus has<br />

primarily been on building and<br />

developing my family. As a foundational<br />

piece to this, I married my wife Hannah<br />

in October of 2016. In June of <strong>2018</strong>, we<br />

celebrated <strong>the</strong> birth of our daughter<br />

Rosemary Sparrow Garrett. Marrying<br />

Hannah and pursuing parenthood have<br />

been two of <strong>the</strong> greatest decisions I’ve<br />

made in my life. Fa<strong>the</strong>rhood has been a<br />

journey of tremendous joys and successes<br />

alongside of moments of frustrations and<br />

defeats. I love learning to be a husband<br />

and a fa<strong>the</strong>r and I am confident that<br />

<strong>the</strong>y’re <strong>the</strong> most important roles I’ll serve<br />

in my life. I am also involved in a few<br />

small businesses that focus on creating<br />

experiences that bring people toge<strong>the</strong>r.<br />

- Breakout Games - Escape Room<br />

- Dart Rush Indoor NERF® Arena<br />

- WIN CINCINNATI Live Trivia Show +<br />

Rewards Program<br />

I love <strong>the</strong>se businesses because we get to<br />

serve friends, families, and teams. I also<br />

get to work on <strong>the</strong>se projects with some<br />

of my best friends, fellow alumni Mitch<br />

Kenney '09 and Sam Handelsman '15.<br />

With that, I’ve also failed a few<br />

businesses and have found <strong>the</strong>se<br />

experiences to invaluable from an<br />

educational standpoint.<br />

Additional Life Principle: When I have<br />

hard decisions to make, I often wonder<br />

what will be most important to me when<br />

I’m lying on my deathbed. My goal is to<br />

get answers to my “What If” questions<br />

because one of my greatest fears is<br />

“wondering what would have happened<br />

if I had tried to do something”. I want<br />

to die with answers even if <strong>the</strong> answers<br />

result in failures.<br />

2010<br />

5 | ANDREW COPP<br />

Andrew and his wife Morgan recently<br />

married in May. They spent <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

honeymoon in Italy and Greece for two<br />

weeks. Both Andrew and Morgan are<br />

Miami University mergers, and have one<br />

cat toge<strong>the</strong>r. Drew works in Cincinnati as<br />

a Lead FP&A Operations analyst for GE<br />

Aviation.<br />

6 | HANNAH FUSSNER DANIELS<br />

Hannah bought her home in 2016, got<br />

married in 2017, and is loving her family life!<br />

BRETT FIELDS<br />

Apart from getting engaged, Brett<br />

graduated from Wright State's medical<br />

school in May and matched into <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

psychiatry residency program. He started<br />

his psychiatry residency in July and is<br />

rotating throughout multiple Dayton<br />

hospitals.<br />

7 | JACOB SCHOMAKER<br />

Jacob and his wife Kimberly are currently<br />

stationed at Joint Base Charleston, South<br />

Carolina in <strong>the</strong> 14th Airlift Squadron. She<br />

is a nurse at a Dermatology surgery clinic<br />

that specializes in Mohs surgery. Jacob is<br />

currently a Pilot of <strong>the</strong> C-17A Globemaster<br />

III which is used in <strong>the</strong> employment of<br />

worldwide, direct-delivery Joint Chief of<br />

Staff airlift requirements. The C-17A has<br />

<strong>the</strong> ability to project and sustain combat<br />

forces directly from <strong>the</strong> CONUS into<br />

short, austere airfields and <strong>the</strong>ater drop<br />

zones. Thanks to <strong>the</strong> versatility of <strong>the</strong><br />

C-17A, Jacob has been able to travel to<br />

30+ countries and meet many amazing<br />

people. His second deployment to Qatar<br />

with <strong>the</strong> 816th EAS was scheduled for<br />

this past September. He and his wife love<br />

living in Charleston, SC and often spend<br />

<strong>the</strong>ir free time hanging out on <strong>the</strong> beach<br />

or eating <strong>the</strong> amazing food Charleston has<br />

to offer. They look forward to hopefully<br />

living <strong>the</strong>re for ano<strong>the</strong>r three years before<br />

<strong>the</strong> Air Force sends <strong>the</strong>m to <strong>the</strong>ir next<br />

location!<br />

2011<br />

TIM OVERSTREET<br />

Tim is currently working for Cincinnati<br />

Childrens Hospital in <strong>the</strong> Division of<br />

Psychiatry as a Mental Health Specialist.<br />

In his position, he works directly with<br />

children who have severe mental illness<br />

and traumatic backgrounds. Tim plans on<br />

getting a graduate degree in mental health<br />

counseling and is currently finishing a<br />

second degree in Neuroscience from UC.<br />

Tim also created a blog called Depression<br />

is X (www.depressionisx.com), which aims<br />

to educate <strong>the</strong> public about mental health.<br />

Tim got married a year ago is a proud<br />

fa<strong>the</strong>r of two cats.<br />

*While CHCA celebrates <strong>the</strong> work and<br />

accomplishments of all alumni, CHCA does not<br />

endorse businesses and organizations represented<br />

in updates.


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JULY 1, <strong>2018</strong> - JUNE 30, <strong>2019</strong><br />

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ALUMNI NOTES<br />

2011<br />

1 | AMY MIRLISENA<br />

Amy is working for an incredible trilingual<br />

charter school in Nashville,TN.<br />

She was offered <strong>the</strong> lead kindergarten<br />

teaching role and is also directing <strong>the</strong><br />

school's first musical this fall.<br />

2 | KELLY CANAVAN<br />

Kelly graduated (for <strong>the</strong> second time)<br />

from The Ohio State University. She<br />

graduated Cum Laude with a D.D.S.<br />

from <strong>the</strong> dental school and has started<br />

her residency program in Columbus.<br />

Featured is a picture from graduation<br />

day. One of her longtime CHCA<br />

friends, Lauren Taylor '11 came up to<br />

Columbus to see her pal graduate! Very<br />

fun to now have a dentist in <strong>the</strong> family.<br />

Congratulations Dr. Kelly Canavan!<br />

ABBIE MAROSI APRILE<br />

Abbie (Marosi) and Joe Aprile live in<br />

Nashville, TN and have a nine-month<br />

old son named John (Jack) Lewis.<br />

2012<br />

3 | ANNMARIE KADNAR RILEY<br />

James '13 and AnneMarie moved back<br />

to Cincinnati in <strong>the</strong> fall of <strong>2018</strong> after<br />

she got her dream job at Greenacres<br />

Foundation, not too far from CHCA!<br />

She manages <strong>the</strong>ir herd of horses daily<br />

and <strong>the</strong>ir pasture management system<br />

with multiple species of livestock. James<br />

is a fire fighter for Colerain Township<br />

and <strong>the</strong> City of Forest Park, as well as<br />

an investigator for fires and explosions<br />

for Hamilton County. In <strong>the</strong>ir free time,<br />

<strong>the</strong>y train search and rescue dogs.<br />

They currently have four dogs, three<br />

working: one for Kentucky Emergency<br />

Management (KYEM), one for FEMA,<br />

and one in training for KYEM.<br />

ANNA CAMBELL<br />

Anna graduated from Lipscomb<br />

University in 2016 and decided to go<br />

back to nursing school. She is in her<br />

second semester of at Columbia State<br />

Community College.<br />

2013<br />

ABBY BOWMAN<br />

Abby recently moved from Columbus,<br />

OH to New York City as she transitioned<br />

to a new position for Nationwide<br />

Financial as an Education Specialist.<br />

She travels in and around <strong>the</strong> Nor<strong>the</strong>ast<br />

to train and teach clients who use<br />

Nationwide products, specifically<br />

focusing on <strong>the</strong> Retirement Plan sphere<br />

in areas of corporate relationship<br />

management and bilingual education.<br />

She recently stopped by Ohio to run<br />

<strong>the</strong> Flying Pig Marathon, and has really<br />

enjoyed getting to explore all that <strong>the</strong><br />

Nor<strong>the</strong>ast has to offer.<br />

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4 | EMILY TAYLOR KIRBY<br />

Emily and her husband Robert, along<br />

with <strong>the</strong>ir two fur babies Zoey and<br />

Cooper, live in Summerville, SC while<br />

Emily attends grad school for her<br />

Master’s in Physician Assistant studies at<br />

Charleston Sou<strong>the</strong>rn University. Robert<br />

is working downtown at MUSC as a<br />

nurse in <strong>the</strong> Cardiovascular Intensive<br />

Care Unit. They will reside <strong>the</strong>re until<br />

she graduates in December of 2020,<br />

and from <strong>the</strong>re will go wherever <strong>the</strong><br />

Lord takes <strong>the</strong>m, because Robert is<br />

aspiring to go back to school as well for<br />

his Doctorate in Nursing as a Certified<br />

Registered Nurse Anes<strong>the</strong>tist. Emily is<br />

beyond grateful for her program because<br />

Charleston Sou<strong>the</strong>rn University is a<br />

Christian university, and <strong>the</strong> faculty/<br />

students are incredible guides to have<br />

in her training. What drew her most<br />

to <strong>the</strong> program was <strong>the</strong> fact that <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

mission statement included <strong>the</strong> mission<br />

statement of CHCA: “...integrating faith<br />

in learning, leading and serving.” Every<br />

day in class she is learning to "...be a<br />

Health Care Provider who shows <strong>the</strong><br />

love of Christ to every patient I have <strong>the</strong><br />

privilege of taking care of." This season<br />

has a lot of growth and learning involved,<br />

but she is so thankful that her education<br />

and growth at CHCA grounded and<br />

prepared her to flourish as a future<br />

Physician Assistant!<br />

JESSICA HOLLIDAY<br />

Jessica is in her second year as <strong>the</strong><br />

Spanish-Speaking Social Worker at<br />

Be<strong>the</strong>sda North OB/GYN Center. She<br />

works with every pregnant woman who<br />

has stated <strong>the</strong>ir preferred language is<br />

Spanish. She provides case management<br />

and counseling to 120 (and increasing)<br />

patients and <strong>the</strong>ir families. She leads<br />

groups on family planning, safe<br />

relationships, mental health, nutrition,<br />

etc. for six prenatal educational groups.<br />

Jessica also works with YWCA on <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

Immigrant Survivors of Partner Violence<br />

Committee and recently presented to<br />

<strong>the</strong> community on new ways to discuss<br />

family planning and safe relationships<br />

with immigrant communities.<br />

2014<br />

JESS ELDER<br />

Jess graduated from Cedarville<br />

University in May <strong>2018</strong> with a degree<br />

in English. She currently works at<br />

Cedarville University's Centennial<br />

Library while also pursuing a Master's in<br />

Library and Information Science (MLIS)<br />

through Kent State University in <strong>the</strong><br />

hopes of one day becoming an academic<br />

research librarian. She enjoys working<br />

with college students and helping <strong>the</strong>m<br />

with <strong>the</strong>ir literacy and research needs.<br />

She still calls Cincinnati home, and when<br />

not reading, she enjoys exploring <strong>the</strong> city<br />

with her Scottish Terrier, Maggie, in tow!<br />

5 | CAROLINE KUREMSKY<br />

Caroline graduated from Butler<br />

University with a degree in elementary<br />

education in May of <strong>2018</strong>. She was<br />

named one of <strong>the</strong> university's Top<br />

15 Students. She is now living in<br />

Indianapolis, IN teaching <strong>the</strong> 5th grade.<br />

Caroline teaches at <strong>the</strong> Reggio Inspired,<br />

Butler University Laboratory School. In<br />

<strong>the</strong> fall her school was visited by several<br />

CHCA teachers and administrators who<br />

traveled for inspiration to bring back<br />

to Cincinnati. What a cool experience<br />

to have both of her worlds collide<br />

years down <strong>the</strong> road. When not in her<br />

classroom, you can find Caroline on<br />

<strong>the</strong> field at Lucas Oil Stadium as an<br />

Indianapolis Colts Cheerleader. This is<br />

Caroline’s second season on <strong>the</strong> team,<br />

and she is finding it a great way to make<br />

meaningful connections and friendships<br />

post-grad, while also continuing her love<br />

of dance. Within <strong>the</strong> Colts organization<br />

Caroline has had <strong>the</strong> opportunity to<br />

not only cheer on <strong>the</strong> sidelines, but also<br />

participate in numerous community<br />

appearances. While Cincinnati is her<br />

alma mater, Indianapolis has quickly<br />

become her “home away home.”<br />

6 | ANGELA CARVER<br />

Angela graduated from Auburn<br />

University in May <strong>2019</strong> with a Bachelor's<br />

of Engineering in Ecological Biosystems<br />

Engineering and a Bachelor's of Science<br />

in Organismal Biology. Her team won<br />

<strong>the</strong> North American finals of Schneider<br />

Electric's "Go Green! In <strong>the</strong> City"<br />

business case competition in July of<br />

<strong>2018</strong>. She later accepted a job as a<br />

Performance Assurance Consultant in<br />

<strong>the</strong> Energy and Sustainability Services<br />

division of Schneider Electric. She<br />

trained in Dallas, Texas for <strong>the</strong> summer<br />

of <strong>2019</strong> and <strong>the</strong>n planned to move to<br />

Birmingham, Alabama.<br />

7 | MATTHEW OVERSTREET<br />

Mat<strong>the</strong>w celebrated graduating this<br />

past spring.<br />

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2015<br />

WILL ELLIS<br />

Will graduated from Miami University<br />

with a degree in Music Education and<br />

a minor in Music Theatre. Just this<br />

past year, he was able to study classical<br />

voice in Graz, Austria, perform in<br />

“The Hunchback of Notre Dame” at<br />

The Carnegie, music direct a student<br />

production of "Carrie: <strong>the</strong> Musical", won<br />

First Place in his category at <strong>the</strong> Ohio<br />

National Association of Teachers of<br />

Singing Voice Competition, and returned<br />

to CHCA to help vocal coach <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

production of “Les Misérables” and sing<br />

with <strong>the</strong>ir orchestra! This summer, he<br />

moved to Lenox, MA to work at Boston<br />

University's Tanglewood Institute as<br />

<strong>the</strong> Vocal Program Coordinator for <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

six-week young artist voice program that<br />

teaches prospective music majors from<br />

around <strong>the</strong> world! After that he moved<br />

to Columbus, OH looking for jobs in <strong>the</strong><br />

music and arts fields!<br />

1 | SAM HANDELSMAN<br />

January <strong>2018</strong>, Sam married Alexa. They<br />

met in 2015 while working at Breakout<br />

Games. Right now his main focus is<br />

learning how to be her husband and<br />

leading <strong>the</strong>ir family well. Outside of<br />

family, Sam is working on a project call<br />

Win Cincinnati that he co-founded<br />

with Andy Garrett '09. They partner<br />

with Cincinnati brands and events to<br />

promote <strong>the</strong>m through giveaways and a<br />

live trivia show where participants win<br />

things. Sam has also been <strong>the</strong> General<br />

Manager at Breakout Games Cincinnati<br />

for <strong>the</strong> last four years.<br />

2 | REBECCA RICHART<br />

Rebecca graduated from <strong>the</strong> University<br />

of Cincinnati and was commissioned as<br />

a 2nd Lieutenant in May. She entered<br />

active duty two days later and is now<br />

stationed in Las Vegas, Nevada at<br />

Nellis Air Force Base. She is an aircraft<br />

maintenance officer working on F-15,<br />

F-16, F-22, and F-35 fighter jets. "We<br />

also have <strong>the</strong> Thunderbirds at Nellis."<br />

(pictured) She is a proud aunt to two<br />

nieces from her sisters ('06 and '10 grads).<br />

MICHELLE BARNETT<br />

Michelle is a recipient of <strong>the</strong> Fulbright<br />

Scholarship to Ecuador as an English<br />

Teaching Assistant, beginning October<br />

<strong>2019</strong> for nine months. Immediately<br />

upon return from Ecuador, she will begin<br />

her graduate program in Memphis at<br />

Memphis Teacher Residency, earning<br />

a Masters of Urban Education with<br />

an emphasis in English as a Second<br />

Language.<br />

GABE HOYER<br />

Gabe graduated from Belmont University<br />

in May with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts<br />

in Musical Theatre. He loved his four<br />

years <strong>the</strong>re, and is excited for what <strong>the</strong><br />

future holds. This summer, he performed<br />

at Cedar Point in <strong>the</strong>ir flagship show,<br />

“Nashville Hits”, at <strong>the</strong> Red Garter<br />

Saloon. This fall he performed in Cedar<br />

Point’s Halloweekends. “I am forever<br />

grateful for <strong>the</strong> opportunities and lessons<br />

given to me from CHCA, and how <strong>the</strong>y<br />

prepared me for <strong>the</strong> real world. God bless<br />

you all!”<br />

2016<br />

3 | MORGAN BOWEN<br />

As a student at Methodist University<br />

in Fayetteville, NC, Morgan has been<br />

on <strong>the</strong> Women’s golf team all three<br />

years of school and will be continuing<br />

on <strong>the</strong> team entering her senior year<br />

of college. She was elected a team<br />

captain her junior year and will be<br />

carrying out that role her senior year as<br />

well. She competed in <strong>the</strong> Division III<br />

National Championship Tournament<br />

her sophomore year, where <strong>the</strong>y finished<br />

8th, and returned her junior year where<br />

<strong>the</strong>y finished 3rd! She is a two-time<br />

WGCA All-American Scholar and<br />

a three-time USA South Academic<br />

All-Conference team. This past golf<br />

season, at <strong>the</strong> National Championship,<br />

Morgan was named to <strong>the</strong> WGCA All-<br />

Region team. Her junior year included<br />

many o<strong>the</strong>r accomplishments: selected<br />

to attend <strong>the</strong> PGA <strong>Annual</strong> Meeting<br />

in Indian Wells, California where <strong>the</strong><br />

first woman president was sworn in,<br />

voted <strong>the</strong> Most Outstanding Junior<br />

for Professional Golf Management,<br />

and added to <strong>the</strong> President’s List for<br />

Academic Achievement! Having<br />

to fulfill 16 months of internships in<br />

<strong>the</strong> PGM program, she has served<br />

internships at locations such as Country<br />

Club of <strong>the</strong> Rockies in Edwards, CO,<br />

Woodmont Country Club in Rockville,<br />

MD, and she is currently interning at<br />

<strong>the</strong> Jim McLean Golf School which is<br />

located at The Biltmore in Coral Gables,<br />

FL where she is pursuing an interest<br />

and career in golf instruction. She is<br />

enjoying her time at Methodist and so<br />

grateful for <strong>the</strong>se opportunities and<br />

accomplishments! She is excited and<br />

can't wait to see what her final year at<br />

Methodist is going to bring!<br />

2017<br />

4 | HANNAH PRICE<br />

Hannah spent June and July of <strong>2019</strong><br />

doing mission work in Ljubljana, Slovenia<br />

after spending last summer interning<br />

at Great American Insurance Group in<br />

downtown Cincinnati, Ohio!<br />

*While CHCA celebrates <strong>the</strong> work and accomplishments of all alumni, CHCA does not endorse businesses<br />

and organizations represented in updates.<br />

ALUMNI*<br />

NOTES<br />

RECOGNIZING<br />

SUBMISSIONS FROM<br />

JULY 1, <strong>2018</strong> - JUNE 30, <strong>2019</strong><br />

ALEX O'BRIEN<br />

Alex worked this past summer as a Clinical<br />

Research Assistant at Lindner Research<br />

Center at The Christ Hospital. He's also<br />

staying busy racing in triathlons with his<br />

dad, while still attending <strong>the</strong> University of<br />

Michigan.<br />

<strong>2018</strong><br />

5 | JAYDA COLEMAN<br />

Jayda is working as a Resident’s Assistant in<br />

<strong>the</strong> Honors College this semester, as well as<br />

serving on <strong>the</strong> Executive Board for a student<br />

organization group called Sister Circle,<br />

whose mission is to uplift women of color<br />

personally, socially, & professionally.<br />

5<br />

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40<br />

THIRTY YEARS of learning, leading, and serving and<br />

preparing young adults to achieve significant impact and<br />

influence according to <strong>the</strong>ir unique gifts.<br />

WHERE DID YOUR JOURNEY BEGIN?


Celebrating 30 years of generosity which has provided over<br />

$110,000,000 to advance <strong>the</strong> mission of Cincinnati Hills<br />

Christian Academy!<br />

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<strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong><br />

ANNUAL REPORT


The steadfast love of <strong>the</strong> Lord never ceases; his mercies never come to<br />

an end; <strong>the</strong>y are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.<br />

-- Lamentations 3:22-23<br />

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FROM THE BOARD OF<br />

TRUSTEES TREASURER<br />

THE BESHEAR FAMILY<br />

From Left to Right: Campbell '32, Ben '97, Lindsey, Logan '29<br />

On behalf of <strong>the</strong> Board of Trustees Finance Committee, I am pleased to report that once again our independent<br />

auditor, BKD, LLP, has issued a “clean” opinion regarding Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy’s (CHCA’s) financial<br />

statements for <strong>the</strong> fiscal year ending June 30, <strong>2019</strong>. In this <strong>Annual</strong> <strong>Report</strong> on giving, you will find <strong>the</strong> consolidated<br />

financial statements as well as graphic representation of revenues and expenses, which illustrate <strong>the</strong> financial health<br />

of CHCA.<br />

The Board of Trustees strives, in its deliberations and actions, to support <strong>the</strong> mission, values, and traditions of CHCA,<br />

and to foster healthy long-term growth and strategic development of our programs. Our vision for <strong>the</strong> future is<br />

focused on remaining Christ-centered while consistently enhancing <strong>the</strong> quality of our instruction, student and faculty<br />

engagement in an ever-changing world, and building a strong, flourishing, and diverse community. Your contributions<br />

allow us to realize <strong>the</strong>se ongoing imperatives, and help us to maintain our financial strength in support of our vision.<br />

As we work to support and fund initiatives for learning, faculty support, facilities, financial aid, academic enrichment,<br />

arts, athletics, and more, we are deeply grateful to you for your trust, your gifts, and your time.<br />

Moving forward with our eye on <strong>the</strong> future of CHCA, we assure you that <strong>the</strong> Board of Trustees remains focused on<br />

maintaining <strong>the</strong> highest level of education and student engagement in an academically excellent, Christ-centered<br />

institution. We ask for your continued prayers over our school community. As always, we welcome your feedback.<br />

Blessings,<br />

BEN BESHEAR ‘97<br />

Treasurer, Board of Trustees<br />

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<strong>2019</strong>-2020<br />

BOARD<br />

MEMBERS<br />

CHCA’s Board of Trustees is comprised of a minimum of 12 members affirmed for a three-year<br />

term by <strong>the</strong> Association. Board members whose first terms expire may be reaffirmed by <strong>the</strong><br />

Board for a second three-year term. For more information, visit www.chca-oh.org/about/trustee.<br />

Back Row (L to R): Jon Adams ’95, Ben Beshear ’97 (Treasurer), Jon Snyder ’98, Kevin Hansell,<br />

Randy Brunk (Head of School)<br />

Front Row (L to R): Jude Schramm, Kirk Kirkland, Brian Van Jura (President), Jennifer Eng, Amy Connor (Secretary),<br />

Wendy Mitchell, Angela Sweeney, Jason McSwain, Scott Phillips (Vice President)<br />

Not Pictured:<br />

Jill Blaxton, Andy Espenshade, Rod Flynn<br />

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THE YEAR IN REVIEW<br />

<strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong> FINANCIAL REPORTS<br />

A Look at Our Revenues and Expenses<br />

<strong>2018</strong>/19 Actual 2017/18 Actual<br />

REVENUES<br />

Tuition & Fees<br />

Contributions<br />

State Funds<br />

Investment/O<strong>the</strong>r Income<br />

Net Assets Released<br />

TOTAL REVENUES<br />

$21,857,519<br />

$739,755<br />

$1,473,625<br />

$150,784<br />

$209,452<br />

$24,431,135<br />

$20,884,911<br />

$698,604<br />

$1,487,729<br />

$78,080<br />

$337,227<br />

$23,486,551<br />

EXPENSES<br />

Payroll & Benefits<br />

Financial Aid<br />

Operating Expenses<br />

Reserves<br />

$14,613,336<br />

$2,962,493<br />

$6,645,571<br />

$0<br />

$14,562,299<br />

$2,739,408<br />

$6,664,438<br />

$0<br />

TOTAL EXPENSES<br />

$24,221,400<br />

$23,966,145<br />

NET INCOME $209,735 - $479,594<br />

These numbers exclude certain areas that are contained in <strong>the</strong> audited financial statement, such as: capital gifts, endowment<br />

gifts, and depreciation.<br />

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BALANCE SHEET <strong>2019</strong> vs <strong>2018</strong><br />

A LOOK AT OUR ASSETS<br />

<strong>2019</strong> <strong>2018</strong><br />

Cash & Investments<br />

$52,752,477<br />

ASSETS<br />

Cash & Investments<br />

Deferred Tuition<br />

Receivables<br />

$52,752,477<br />

$5,082,095<br />

$2,403,865<br />

$50,741,652<br />

$5,114,205<br />

$2,938,264<br />

Deferred Tuition<br />

Receivables/O<strong>the</strong>r Assets<br />

Property & Equipment<br />

TOTAL ASSETS<br />

$5,082,095<br />

$2,403,865<br />

$38,969,340<br />

$99,207,777<br />

Property & Equipment<br />

$38,969,340<br />

$40,038,909<br />

Interest Rate Swap<br />

$0<br />

$82,310<br />

TOTAL ASSETS<br />

$99,207,777<br />

$98,915,340<br />

Cash &<br />

Investments<br />

Deferred<br />

Tuition<br />

Receivables/<br />

O<strong>the</strong>r Assets<br />

Property &<br />

Equipment<br />

LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS<br />

Liabilities<br />

<strong>2019</strong> <strong>2018</strong><br />

CASH & INVESTMENTS<br />

Accrued Expenses<br />

$1,886,169<br />

$1,944,642<br />

Capital Reserve<br />

Deferred Tuition<br />

$5,082,095<br />

$5,114,205<br />

Take Flight<br />

Interest Rate Swap<br />

$619,747<br />

$0<br />

Bessie Steel (Armleder)<br />

Long Term Debt<br />

$9,824,555<br />

$10,909,488<br />

Light The Way<br />

Total Liabilities<br />

$17,412,566<br />

$17,968,335<br />

Schott International Fund<br />

Net Assets<br />

$81,795,211<br />

$80,947,005<br />

Cash Restricted<br />

TOTAL LIABILITIES &<br />

NET ASSETS<br />

$99,207,777<br />

$98,915,340<br />

Farmer Armleder Fund<br />

Lindner Armleder Fund<br />

Teacher Incentive Endowment<br />

CHCA DEBT BALANCE<br />

NC Enhancement - Affordability<br />

Pooled Endowments Tuition Reduction<br />

NC Enhancement - Building<br />

Cash Equivalents<br />

Armleder Scholarship Funds<br />

In <strong>2019</strong> <strong>the</strong> school refinanced debt (combined LTW construction<br />

loan with operating debt) with two swap agreements (3% &<br />

4.52%) making 100% of <strong>the</strong> debt locked in.<br />

TOTAL CASH & INVESTMENTS $52,752,476<br />

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FROM THE DIRECTOR<br />

OF ADVANCEMENT<br />

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For where your treasure is<br />

your heart will be also.<br />

– Mat<strong>the</strong>w 6:21<br />

At CHCA, we’re a community on <strong>the</strong> go. #GoCHCA is more than <strong>the</strong> hashtag we’ve<br />

embraced; it is a rally cry for <strong>the</strong> momentum we have as a community. Thirty years<br />

after our doors first opened, evidence of God’s blessing is all around us, and our<br />

future is brighter than ever. We are:<br />

• increasing opportunities for students in entrepreneurial ventures<br />

• leveraging outdoor education and sustainability pursuits<br />

• enabling our students’ passions for serving o<strong>the</strong>rs<br />

• broadening STEM coursework and experiences<br />

• deepening our approach to <strong>the</strong>ological integration<br />

• growing our understanding of what it means to be a truly welcoming,<br />

diverse community<br />

• enhancing <strong>the</strong> gifts of our students through an expanding 360˚ athlete<br />

focus and a growing number of performance opportunities in <strong>the</strong> arts<br />

• expanding our global reach by welcoming international students from<br />

seven countries and counting<br />

To fuel this momentum, this year we’ve introduced a fresh approach to generosity at<br />

CHCA. Giving enables each of us to make an impact, and we are excited to provide<br />

new opportunities for our generous community to give to what we love. This new<br />

approach offers two new ways through which you can choose to make an impact:<br />

Give to <strong>the</strong> Mission and Give to Your Passion.<br />

Both paths provide <strong>the</strong> springboard that will propel us forward as a school community.<br />

Thank you for partnering with us to fur<strong>the</strong>r <strong>the</strong> Mission of CHCA – to benefit not only<br />

our students this year, but to streng<strong>the</strong>n our foundation for <strong>the</strong> next thirty years.<br />

NATALIE PFISTER<br />

Director of Advancement


GIVE TO THE MISSION<br />

Your gift to one or more of <strong>the</strong>se funds directly impacts operations and blesses students at CHCA.<br />

CHCA MISSION IMPACT FUNDS<br />

EAGLE SCHOLARSHIP IMPACT FUNDS<br />

Students flourish in environments where <strong>the</strong>y are<br />

empowered to grow academically, spiritually, and<br />

socially. Faculty benefit when resources enable<br />

<strong>the</strong>m to excel in <strong>the</strong>se environments.<br />

Scholarships open doors to <strong>the</strong> CHCA experience.<br />

GIVE TO YOUR PASSION<br />

Give to what you love! Your gift to one or more of <strong>the</strong>se funds supports a unique aspect of <strong>the</strong> CHCA mission<br />

and directly blesses our students and faculty.<br />

ACADEMIC IMPACT ARTS IMPACT ATHLETIC IMPACT<br />

Students and faculty thrive in handson,<br />

interactive, and engaging learning<br />

environments.<br />

Students discover, cultivate, and hone<br />

<strong>the</strong>ir creative gifts in top-notch facilities<br />

with exceptional instructors.<br />

We strive to build a culture of<br />

champions while empowering student<br />

athletes to reach <strong>the</strong> heights of <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

God-given abilities.<br />

FAITH & SERVICE IMPACT SPECIAL PROJECTS IMPACT SCHOLARSHIPS IMPACT<br />

When faith, learning, and service come<br />

toge<strong>the</strong>r, lives are changed and <strong>the</strong><br />

impact is eternal.<br />

The CHCA community strives for<br />

excellence in all we do.<br />

Students' passions for learning, leading,<br />

and serving are boundless.<br />

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<strong>2019</strong> CELEBRATION<br />

CELEBRATION <strong>2019</strong> “MASQUERADE GALA” fundraising dinner and auction held at <strong>the</strong> Savannah<br />

Center on February 9, <strong>2019</strong> was a tremendous success! Through <strong>the</strong> generosity of sponsors, donors,<br />

volunteers, and attendees, toge<strong>the</strong>r we raised $180,000 to support CHCA. Additional highlights include:<br />

• A record 446 guests attended<br />

• 50 volunteers made <strong>the</strong> event possible<br />

• 675 auction packages were sold<br />

• Photo booth captured great memories<br />

• Entertainment by Abby Cates ’19, accompanied by Carter Jackson ’17 capped off a memorable evening<br />

In addition to <strong>the</strong> gala, Celebration sponsors <strong>the</strong> <strong>Annual</strong> Daddy Daughter Dance. We strive to provide<br />

opportunities for fellowship while raising funds to support CHCA.<br />

PLATINUM $10,000<br />

Johnson Investment Counsel<br />

Phillips Edison<br />

GOLD $7,500<br />

Silver Spring House<br />

Yelton Fine Jewelers<br />

SILVER $5,000<br />

Fifth Third Bank<br />

Neal’s Design and Remodel<br />

Planet Fitness<br />

BRONZE $3,000<br />

McSwain Carpets & Floors<br />

tdg Facilities Services<br />

CORPORATE SPONSORS<br />

Dr. Peter Cha, Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine<br />

Keating Meuthing & Klekamp PLL<br />

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS<br />

GALA DRAW SPONSOR<br />

KeyBank<br />

BAR SPONSORS<br />

Ben Beshear ’97 & Pervis Bearden<br />

GOLDEN APPLE SPONSOR<br />

Jake Sweeney Automotive<br />

MASQUERADE MASK SPONSOR<br />

John and Emily Baumann<br />

CRAFT BEER SPONSOR<br />

Summit Financial Group<br />

WINE WALL SPONSOR<br />

Shiver Security Systems, Inc.<br />

SECTION SPONSORS<br />

Alpha & Omega Building Services<br />

The Club at Harper’s Point<br />

Enterprise<br />

First Watch<br />

Folchi’s Tuxedos and Menswear<br />

Kids First Sports Center<br />

Todd Homes, LLC<br />

PROGRAM SPONSOR<br />

The Alleen Company<br />

Alpha & Omega Building Services<br />

BKD, LLP<br />

Jennifer and Peter Dardzinski of<br />

Comey & Shepherd Realtors<br />

Fischer Homes<br />

Folchi’s Tuxedos and Menswear<br />

MIS Solutions<br />

UNO/Taco Bell<br />

CELEBRATION CASH SPONSOR<br />

Mr. Dennis Legault<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eiro Fukuda<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Del Greco<br />

Mr. Randy Denker<br />

Mr and Mrs. Timothy Russell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Robinson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kincaid<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Reagan<br />

Mr. Dick Coffey & Mrs. Rose Palmieri<br />

Hayden Dental Group<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Johnson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Thompson<br />

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RSVP for our 30th Birthday Celebration, February 1, 2020<br />

chca-oh.org/celebration


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APRIL 24-25, <strong>2019</strong><br />

WHAT’S THE 30-HOUR CHALLENGE?<br />

A time to rally as many donors as possible to make a gift to fuel <strong>the</strong> mission<br />

of CHCA, to help finish <strong>the</strong> year strong, and meet <strong>the</strong> match of a $50,000<br />

donor challenge gift.<br />

THE RESULTS<br />

DONORS<br />

The PASSION PROJECT with<br />

<strong>the</strong> highest number of votes<br />

(winning by just 5 votes) was <strong>the</strong><br />

UPPER ELEMENTARY PROJECT<br />

to support an Eagle Scout in building an<br />

outdoor chapel.<br />

NEARLY<br />

RAISED<br />

SPECIAL THANKS TO THE CHALLENGERS<br />

Former Trustees, Parents, and Alumni Parents toge<strong>the</strong>r funded <strong>the</strong> challenge<br />

match of $50,000<br />

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Save <strong>the</strong> date for our 30th Anniversary 30-Hour Challenge<br />

April 22-23, 2020


<strong>2019</strong> 30-HOUR CHALLENGER LIST<br />

Mrs. Lisa Allgood<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Andrews<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Beshear<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Browne<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Clabaugh '96<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Clabaugh<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cool<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Droege<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Jim Fennell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brendon Hansford<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Horvath<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Judd Klusmeyer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Landrum<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Meador<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Murphy<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Neyer<br />

Mr. Clark Sarver<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Snyder<br />

Mrs. Angela Stutz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Woods<br />

<strong>2019</strong> 30-HOUR DONOR LIST<br />

Mrs. Robin Albus<br />

Mrs. Lisa Allgood<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Jody Ames<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Anderson<br />

Mrs. Nancy Anderson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Andrews<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Andry<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Arnold, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick<br />

Aschenbener<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Adam Atallah '07<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Bach<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Baginski<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Baker<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Baker<br />

Ms. Allison Ballard '08<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Ballish<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Trae Balzano, III '07<br />

Ms. Elaina Balzano '13<br />

Mr. Greg Barkimer and Mrs.<br />

Kristen Stutz Barkimer '99<br />

Dr. Guy Whembolua and Mrs.<br />

Mianda Bashala<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bass<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Doug Bauman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Baxter<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Beachy<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Beadle<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Pervis Bearden, Sr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Beatty<br />

Ms. Laura Bechtel '01<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Behrman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bellamy<br />

Nate Bellamy '20<br />

Mr. Ryan Berger and Mrs.<br />

Rebecca Hall Berger '03<br />

Mr. Alex Bertrams '14<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bertrams<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Beshear<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Beuerlein<br />

Mr. Roger Thomas and Mrs.<br />

Carly Bishop<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bishop<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rocke Blair<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Blair<br />

Ms. Barbara Blanke<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blaxton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bodley<br />

Mr. Zach Bohannon '02<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Boni<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob C. Bowman<br />

Mr. Ron Bowman<br />

Ms. Sarah Bowman<br />

Mrs. Sandy Breitholle<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Broun<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Browne<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Brumbaugh<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Brunk<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Buesing<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Burton<br />

Mr. Tony Byers and Mrs. Emily<br />

Breitholle Byers '02<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Carnes<br />

Mr. Kristopher Carnes '18<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chaz Carney, III<br />

Ms. Alexis Caruso '12<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cebulskie<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rod Chamblin<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Christiansen<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Clabaugh<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Clabaugh '96<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Jon Clark<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bryn Clark '07<br />

Ms. Vicki Clark<br />

Mr. Christopher Rankin and<br />

Ms. Courtney Clark-Rankin '04<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clary<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Clayton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Cobb<br />

Rev. Jeffrey Colarossi<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rolando Collado<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Comstock<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mat<strong>the</strong>w Connor<br />

Mrs. Lyn Conroy<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Cooke<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cool<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Grant Cooper '05<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cox<br />

Mr. Mike Smith and Ms. April<br />

Craver<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Crichton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crimmins<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Pete Dardzinski<br />

Mr. Darrell Rodriguez and Mrs.<br />

Lucy Davila<br />

Ms. Judi Davis<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rand Day, III<br />

Mr. Luis de la Rosa and Mrs.<br />

Gladys Garzon<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott DeGroft<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Del Greco<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Adam Deller<br />

Mr. and Mrs. James Dempsey, III<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Derrickson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Devin, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tor Dietrichs<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dinkelacker<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Doan, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dodson, Jr.<br />

Mr. Karl Dollard and Mrs. Erika<br />

Wasilewski Dollard '97<br />

Mr. Ben Dougherty and Mrs.<br />

Rebecca Dougherty '04<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Downey<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Drake<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Drees<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Droege<br />

Rev. and Mrs. Tom Duke<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Eberhardt<br />

Mr. Rob Egli and Mrs. Casi<br />

McClellan Egli '05<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ehlen<br />

Ms. Emily Eisenhower<br />

Mr. Greg Panos and Ms. Janine<br />

Eldredge-Panos<br />

Ms. Sheri Ellis<br />

Mr. Dmitri Engjurjan and Dr.<br />

Katie Schneider<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Enns<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Espenshade<br />

Mr. Mat<strong>the</strong>w Evans '07<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Falk<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Fancett<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Feltman<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Jim Fennell<br />

Mr. Tom Fey<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Foust<br />

Ms. Anne Frank<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Frazer<br />

Mr. Eric Frey and Mrs. Elizabeth<br />

Amend Frey '98<br />

Mrs. Mindy Gallagher<br />

Mr. Patrick Gallagher<br />

Mr. Ben Gann '95<br />

Mr. Alberto Garcia<br />

Mrs. Marta Garcia<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Garlock '98<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Marty Geiger<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Georgeton<br />

Ms. Ashley Gerver<br />

Mrs. Holly Getter<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Nabil Ghabrial<br />

Dr. Michel Ghastine and Dr.<br />

Ghada Khalife<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gilkinson<br />

Dr. Rita Girard<br />

Mr. Scott Glenn and Dr.<br />

Michelle Walker-Glenn<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Chuck Goebel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Green<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Grimes<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Julian Guitron<br />

Dr. DJ and Dr. Jayme Haeussler<br />

Mr. Shinji Hagiwara and Ms.<br />

Yuki Ono<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Cart Hall, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ford Halter<br />

Ms. Alta Faye Hamblin<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hamilton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hansell<br />

Mrs. Debbie Hansell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brendon Hansford<br />

Miss Rebeca Hardy<br />

Ms. Elizabeth Harms<br />

Mr. Keith Harperink<br />

Mr. Andrew Hartman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hartoin<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haslem<br />

Mr. Jason and Dr. Becky Hayden<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Hayes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Travis Haynam<br />

Ms. Patricia Heath<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Cortney<br />

Henderson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Hensley<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Judah Herman<br />

Mr. and Ms. Brian Herriott<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Heydt<br />

Ms. Krista Hiatt<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hill<br />

Mr. Ben Himes and Mrs. Alison<br />

Shiver-Himes<br />

Mr. Cade Hock<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hockenbery<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hodges<br />

Ms. Marie Hodges<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hoffman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Holthaus<br />

Ms. Jennifer Holtman<br />

Mr. Travis Holtman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Honerlaw<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Horvath<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Josh Hostetler<br />

Dr. Kevin Prezgay and Dr.<br />

Barbara Houde<br />

Dr. Jon and Dr. Laura Howell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Huseman<br />

Mr. Ben and Dr. Kelly Ickes<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Johnson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Johnson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Johnson<br />

Mr. Craig Kallendorf<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Landon Kane<br />

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<strong>2019</strong> 30-HOUR DONOR LIST (Continued)<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kassen<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Keenan<br />

Mr. Ben Stover and Ms. Kristy<br />

Kelly<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kennamer<br />

Mr. Rob Kerpka and Mrs. Darah<br />

Stutz Kerpka '02<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kersey<br />

Ms. Kate Kersey-David '05<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brent Kindle<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kirbabas<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Kirkland<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Kloster<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Judd Klusmeyer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Kohlan<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kost, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Kovacs<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kraft<br />

Ms. Toni Kraft<br />

Ms. Avery Kreul '16<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kuhlman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kuremsky<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kuroff, Jr.<br />

Ms. Gretchen Landrum<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Landrum<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Lang<br />

Ms. Karen Larson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Leamer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Lessek<br />

Mr. Ben Li and Ms. Ka<strong>the</strong>rine<br />

Wen<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Wen Li<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lindner<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Linger<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Linich<br />

Ms. Debora Linich<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Jim Lipovsky, Sr.<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Daryl List<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kent Littlejohn<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Loftus '04<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Logue, Jr.<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Long<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Loranzan<br />

Mr. and Ms. Nick Lorenz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lott<br />

Mr. and Mrs. William Luken<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lupia<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Lutts<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lyle<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Maddux<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Sascha Maier<br />

Ms. Elaine Marsh<br />

Mr. and Mrs. James Mary<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Mathison<br />

Ms. Tess McClain<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Frank McConnell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg McDaniel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGrath<br />

Ms. Maribeth McPheters<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason McSwain<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron McSwain<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Meade '02<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Menedis<br />

Ms. Shaquanna Metcalf<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Metzger<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Meyer<br />

Mr. Stephen and Dr. Krista<br />

Migliore<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Miller<br />

Ms. Uneice Miller<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Milligan<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Mills<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Louie Mishu<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Mitchell, II<br />

Mrs. Cammie Montgomery<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Don Moon, III<br />

Mr. John Morari<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Murphy<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Murphy<br />

Ms. Linda Myers<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Neyer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nischwitz<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Paul Noh<br />

Mr. Joseph Noll<br />

Ms. Pauline Ntowe<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Null<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin O'Connell<br />

Mr. Henry Oberson and Ms.<br />

Rita Vig<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ooten, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Oplinger<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Brad Osborne<br />

Mr. Cayse Osborne '18<br />

Mr. Conner Osborne '14<br />

Ms. Tegan Osborne '16<br />

Mrs. Tina Overmyer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Owens<br />

Ms. Grace Owens<br />

Mr. Ben and Dr. Lori Packard<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Pairan<br />

Mr. Mack Pairan '16<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Paris<br />

Mr. and Mrs. George Parker, Esq.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Payne, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Pearson<br />

Mrs. Karen Peck<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Pfister<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Phillips<br />

Dr. Andy and Dr. Hea<strong>the</strong>r Plum<br />

Ms. Julie Plum<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Plum<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Derek Polen<br />

Ms. Chantay Pope<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Quint Powell<br />

Ms. Amy Ramsey '00<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rechel<br />

Ms. Dorothy Rechel<br />

Erskine Rechel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rechel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Reifenberg<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Renneker<br />

Mr. Richard Reno<br />

Mr. Paul Richard and Mrs. Darla<br />

Ridner<br />

Ms. Deborah Ridner<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Riewald<br />

Mr. Richard Riley<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rink<br />

Miss Jaime Robbins<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Robinson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robinson<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Marcus Romanello<br />

Mr. Greg Rosenau and Mrs. Liz<br />

Bronson Rosenau '00<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Rosenfeldt<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ross<br />

Ms. Jamie Rueger<br />

Miss Grayce Ruehlmann<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Rueter<br />

Mr. Kevin and Dr. Rima Rusnak<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Russell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Salisbury<br />

Mr. Carlos Sanchez, Jr. and Mrs.<br />

Bethany Satchell Sanchez<br />

Mr. Cesar and Mrs. Jenny<br />

Sanchez<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Sanderson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Santa<br />

Mr. Clark Sarver<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sauve<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Saxby<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Schablein<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schaefer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Neil Schmidt<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schneider<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schulz<br />

Mrs. Mary Schwetschenau<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Scott<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Seward<br />

Mr. Marcus Shadd<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Shank<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Shupe<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sideris<br />

Mr. Mark Siegfried and Mrs.<br />

Hannah Peters Siegfried '99<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Siman<br />

Mr. Greg Sizemore and Dr.<br />

Cynthia Sizemore<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Slaughter<br />

Ms. Jeanne Smearsoll<br />

Mr. Jeremy Smith '11<br />

Mr. Kyle Smith '07 and Mrs.<br />

Rachael Arington Smith '09<br />

Mr. Mark Smith '16<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Smith<br />

Ms. Melissa Smith '13<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Snyder<br />

Dr. Jonathan Snyder '98 and<br />

Mrs. Jessica Martin Snyder '98<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Steckel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Stiles<br />

Mr. Will Stiles '18<br />

Ms. Martha Stricklin<br />

Mrs. Angela Stutz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Summers<br />

Mr. Jeff and Dr. Colleen Swayze<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Josh Sweeney<br />

Mr. Chad Swigert and Mrs.<br />

Jamie Huxtable Swigert '06<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Carey Tapp<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor, Sr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor<br />

Ms. Drew Taylor '15<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Taylor<br />

Mrs. Joyce Taylor<br />

Mr. Marc Terhar and Mrs. Jen<br />

Flint Terhar '03<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Terkosky<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thacker, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chad Tucker<br />

Mr. David Ulrich<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vallo<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Van Buren<br />

Mr. Brian and Dr. Jodi Van Jura<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vanatsky<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vanderkolk<br />

Ms. Karen VanderWal<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Varner<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Venters<br />

Ms. Kaity Venters '13<br />

Ms. Morganne Venters '16<br />

Dr. Kathleen Verderber<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Vest<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Vincent<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Visconte<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vollette<br />

Ms. Fran Wade<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Walker<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brent Walker '98<br />

Ms. Ally Wallace '15<br />

Mr. Andrew Wallace '10<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wallace<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wanek<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Warren<br />

Ms. Rebecca Watkins<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Waugh<br />

Miss Emily Waugh<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad White<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wichmann<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wichmann<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wilkins<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wilkowski, Esq.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Williams<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams<br />

Terry Williams<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Paul Wojciechowski<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mat<strong>the</strong>w<br />

Wojciechowski<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Don Wolnik<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Sean Woock<br />

Mr. Mike and Dr. Lydia Woodin<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Woods<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Wright<br />

Ms. Kim Yager<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Zwarg<br />

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RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, <strong>2018</strong> - JUNE 30, <strong>2019</strong><br />

SOARING EAGLE<br />

CIRCLE OF GIVING <strong>2019</strong><br />

30 years ago, before Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy could be <strong>the</strong> school it is today,<br />

several families had to take a leap of faith. They faithfully funded a dream and a vision of<br />

what would come to be known as Cincinnati’s Christ-centered, academically rigorous learning<br />

community. The blessing of <strong>the</strong>ir gift is evident as we celebrate 30 years of excellence in our<br />

mission, lived out each day through <strong>the</strong> shared love of Christ, <strong>the</strong> high caliber of our faculty,<br />

<strong>the</strong> generous community, and <strong>the</strong> beauty of our facilities here at CHCA. The Soaring Eagle<br />

Circle of Giving celebrates individuals and families who carry on <strong>the</strong> legacy our founders<br />

started by faithfully investing in CHCA through a gift of $2,500 or more to <strong>the</strong> '18-'19 Eagle<br />

<strong>Annual</strong> Fund, a record of giving any amount to <strong>the</strong> <strong>Annual</strong> Fund for at least 15 years, or a<br />

lifetime record of giving $100,000 or more to CHCA.<br />

$100,000+ LIFETIME DONORS*<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Adams<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Amend<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Evan Andrews<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Beshear<br />

Bessie Steele Trust<br />

Blank Rome, LLP<br />

Mr. Bill and Mrs. Carol Anne ‡<br />

Blessing<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Browne<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Brunk<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Campbell, III<br />

Mrs. Mary Chappelle<br />

Mr. Mike Chappelle<br />

Christian Education Charitable<br />

Trust<br />

Ms. Cindy Coggins<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Beadle<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bedinghaus<br />

Mrs. Sandy Breitholle<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Conn<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Perry Drosos<br />

Mr. Mike ‡ and Mrs. LuAnn<br />

Ellison<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Farmer<br />

Mrs. Kay French<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Gardner<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Geiger<br />

Greater Cincinnati Classic<br />

Horse Show<br />

Ms. Vickie Gregory<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Gunlock<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brendon Hansford<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heimann, Sr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hiltz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Hue Jackson<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Johnson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kellam<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott DeGroft<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Dostal, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dowd<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Koob<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kuremsky<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lindner, III<br />

Ms. Carol Lindner<br />

Ms. Char Lindner<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Lindner, Sr.<br />

Mr. Carl ‡ and Mrs. Edyth<br />

Lindner<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lindner<br />

Mr. Richard Lindner, Sr. ‡<br />

Mr. Robert Lindner, Sr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Marcian<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason McSwain<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron McSwain<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ochs, IV<br />

Parent Teacher Fellowship (PTF)<br />

Dr. Abe and Dr. Joyce Philip<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Price<br />

*Lifetime Donor Recognition includes those who are deceased (‡) as we continue to honor <strong>the</strong>ir legacy at CHCA.<br />

25 YEARS+ ANNUAL FUND DONORS<br />

Mr. Tom Fey<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Kloster<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pfister<br />

Procter & Gamble Foundation<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Robinson<br />

Mr. Jack ‡ and Mrs. Lynn ‡ Roy<br />

Mr. Bill Schott<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schottenstein<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Dana ‡ Schuler<br />

Louise Taft Semple Foundation<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Simpson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sloneker, III<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Snyder<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Thompson, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Topits<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trenz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Trucksis<br />

UBS Investment Bank<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wainscott<br />

Mr. Ron ‡ and Brenda Walker<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Robinson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Roy<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watson<br />

20 YEARS+ ANNUAL FUND DONORS<br />

Mrs. Nancy Anderson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Evan Andrews<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bailey<br />

Mr. Bill Bauman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bellan<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Beshear<br />

Mr. Bill Blessing<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bodley<br />

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Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Buckman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Canavan<br />

Ms. Cindy Coggins<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rolando Collado<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Collins<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Conley<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Cooper<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Bob Cucinotta<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dinkelacker<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Durham<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Edmonson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flint<br />

Mrs. Holly Getter<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Chuck Goebel<br />

Ms. Vickie Gregory<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Cart Hall, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ric Hordinski<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Johnson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Keating<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kirbabas<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Kolb<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kuremsky<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lewis


A generous person will prosper;<br />

whoever refreshes o<strong>the</strong>rs will be refreshed.<br />

Proverbs 11:25<br />

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RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, <strong>2018</strong> - JUNE 30, <strong>2019</strong><br />

20 YEARS+ ANNUAL FUND DONORS (Continued)<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lippert<br />

Ms. Elaine Marsh<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Metzger<br />

Ms. Susan Miller<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Murphy<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Evans Nwankwo<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Ottenjohn<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Packer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Phelps, Jr.<br />

Dr. Abe and Dr. Joyce Philip<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Reifenberg<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Riewald<br />

Mr. Gregg Schuler<br />

Ms. Susan Simmons<br />

Mr. Greg and Dr. Cynthia<br />

Sizemore<br />

Dr. Tim and Dr. Michelle<br />

Staarmann<br />

Mrs. Angela Stutz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Summers<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Swallen<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Trucksis<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vanderkolk<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wallace<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Eric Wittkugel<br />

15 YEARS+ ANNUAL FUND DONORS<br />

Mrs. Lisa Allgood<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Andrews<br />

Mr. Todd and Rev. Michelle<br />

Bacon<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Baker<br />

Mr. Greg Barkimer and Mrs.<br />

Kristen Stutz Barkimer '99<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bechtold<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beck<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bowman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bremer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bronson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Brunk<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Duane Burris<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Don Cacchiotti<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Campbell, III<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Carpenter<br />

Mr. Charlie Carraher<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carroll<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cesler<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Bob Chait<br />

Mrs. Mary Chappelle<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Collins<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cool<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Dale Cooper<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Del Greco<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Dietrich<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Pete Dongell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Drees<br />

Rev. and Mrs. Tom Duke<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Durham<br />

Mr. Mike and Mrs. LuAnn<br />

Ellison<br />

Mrs. Robin Everhart<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Falk<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Doug Feeney<br />

Ms. Sarah Ferguson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Garth Finch<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fite<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Casey Foreman<br />

Mrs. Kay French<br />

Dr. Michel Ghastine and Dr.<br />

Ghada Khalife<br />

Dr. Rita Girard<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Green<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hammer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brendon Hansford<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haslem<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Hughes, C.P.A.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dwaine Isenberg<br />

Ms. Pat Jackson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Johnson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Johnson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jones<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kadnar, C.P.A.<br />

Ms. Sandy Kays<br />

Mr. Ken Kreider<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Kelley<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Rob Lambert<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Lapps<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lindner, III<br />

Ms. Carol Lindner<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lindner<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Marosi<br />

Mr. Steve McCollum<br />

Mrs. Tess McCollum<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jack McFarland<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mullen<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Myers<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Neyer<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Dean Nicholas<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ochs, IV<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Brad Osborne<br />

Mrs. Jenn Outzs<br />

Dr. Rob Outzs<br />

Mr. and Mrs. George Parker, Esq.<br />

Dr. Kenton Pate<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Mike Pedoto<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Peters<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Petersen<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Don Pfister<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Pfister<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pohl<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Price<br />

Ms. Leigh Prop<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rice<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Riley<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rogerson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Sanker<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sauve<br />

Mr. Martin and Dr. Nancy<br />

Schaefer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Scott<br />

Ms. Lynne Scott<br />

Dr. Tedd Simmons<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Simpson<br />

Mrs. Karen Smeltzer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Smith<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Smith<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Snyder<br />

Mr. Jay Steidle<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Steitz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stull<br />

Dr. Charlie and Dr. Lu Taylor<br />

Mr. Bill Taylor, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Terkosky<br />

Mrs. Renae Thiel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vallo<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Venters<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wagers<br />

Mrs. Bev Walker<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Walker<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Warren<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Wells<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wheeler<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wichmann<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Wolf<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Don Wolnik<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Worachek<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kent Wyant<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Zeke Zekoff<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Zwarg<br />

$2500+ EAGLE ANNUAL FUND <strong>2018</strong>-19<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Syed Ahmed<br />

Ms. Meredith Allgood '11<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Baumann<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Pervis Bearden, Sr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. William Blair<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Boni<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks<br />

Ms. Robyn Brouillette<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Brunk<br />

Ms. Cindy Coggins<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Conley<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mat<strong>the</strong>w Connor<br />

Mr. Gary Copelin and Ms. Chris<br />

Clark<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Couch<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor<br />

Mr. and Mrs. James Dempsey, III<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Downey<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Droege<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Faircloth<br />

Mrs. Kay French<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hamilton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hansell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brendon Hansford<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Horvath<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Johnson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kincaid<br />

Mrs. Darlah Koontz<br />

Ms. Debbie Kossuth<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kuremsky<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Landrum<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ludeke<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Marshall, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGrath<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Mitchell, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Mulcahy<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Murphy<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Otto<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Price<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rempe<br />

Mr. Jack Roy<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chip Shiver<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Simpson<br />

Dr. Jonathan Snyder '98 and<br />

Mrs. Jessica Martin Snyder '98<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thacker, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Thompson, Jr.<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Johnson<br />

Mr. Brian and Dr. Jodi Van Jura<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Venters<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Woods<br />

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<strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong><br />

EAGLE ANNUAL FUND


RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, <strong>2018</strong> - JUNE 30, <strong>2019</strong><br />

EAGLE ANNUAL FUND <strong>2018</strong>-19 PARENT DONORS<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kwame<br />

Acheampong<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Adams '95<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dre Adkins<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Yinka Aina<br />

Mr. Asefa Alaro and Mrs.<br />

Almaz Kide<br />

Mr. Endale Alemu and Mrs.<br />

Azeb Diress<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ifeanyi Aluka<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Jody Ames<br />

Ms. Kelley Anderson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen<br />

Anderson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Andry<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Srini Annapantula<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Arnold, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Baginski<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Baker<br />

Ms. Allison Ballard '08<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Ballish<br />

Mr. Bob Bao and Ms. Molly Xin<br />

Ms. Dorca Bares<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Barnes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bass<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Doug Bauman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Baumann<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Pervis Bearden, Sr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Beatty<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Behrman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bellamy<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Justin Berry<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Besera<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beshear '97<br />

Ms. Empress Bess<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bishop<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Blair<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Blair<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blaxton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Boni<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Borreson<br />

Ms. Kya Bowden Cannon '04<br />

Ms. Sarah Bowman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks<br />

Ms. Robyn Brouillette<br />

Ms. Onesha Brown<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Gregg Bruns<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Buesing<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Burton<br />

Ms. Bianca Canel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Carnes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chaz Carney, III<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Carter<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cebulskie<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Jon Clark<br />

Pastor and Mrs. Michael Clary<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Clayton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Cobb<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Collins<br />

Miss Lenora Combs<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Comstock<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Conley<br />

Mr. Jeremy Conn '95 and Mrs.<br />

Erin Metzger Conn '97<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mat<strong>the</strong>w Connor<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Adam Cool '01<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cox<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Crichton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crimmins<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Digger Daley<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Pete Dardzinski<br />

Mr. Darrell Rodriguez and Mrs.<br />

Lucy Davila<br />

Mr. Luis de la Rosa and Mrs.<br />

Gladys Garzon<br />

Mr. and Mrs. James Dempsey, III<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Depoi<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Derrickson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tor Dietrichs<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Doan, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dodson, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Doepker<br />

Mr. Karl Dollard and Mrs. Erika<br />

Wasilewski Dollard '97<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Droege<br />

Mr. David Ekey<br />

Ms. Jennifer Ekey<br />

Mr. Greg Panos and Ms. Janine<br />

Eldredge-Panos<br />

Ms. Brandie Ellery<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Eng<br />

Mr. Dmitri Engjurjan and Dr.<br />

Katie Schneider<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Espenshade<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Faircloth<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Fancett<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Figueroa<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kedrick Fitzgerald<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Flagel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Frazer<br />

Mr. Eric Frey and Mrs. Elizabeth<br />

Amend Frey '98<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gabriel<br />

Mrs. Mindy Gallagher<br />

Mr. Patrick Gallagher<br />

Mr. Mendaye Gebreamanuel<br />

and Mrs. Terry Kebede<br />

Mr. Sisay Kassaye and Mrs.<br />

Beletshachew Gelan<br />

Mr. Tesfaye Tohe and Mrs.<br />

Nigist Gelete<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Georgeton<br />

Ms. Ashley Gerver<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Nabil Ghabrial<br />

Dr. Michel Ghastine and Dr.<br />

Ghada Khalife<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gilkinson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Gillis<br />

Dr. Rita Girard<br />

Mr. Scott Glenn and Dr.<br />

Michelle Walker-Glenn<br />

Ms. Veronica Goodloe<br />

Ms. Tashae' Gordon<br />

Mr. Andy and Dr. Fran Gregory<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Grimes<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Julian Guitron<br />

Mr. and Ms. Ben Haag<br />

Dr. DJ and Dr. Jayme Haeussler<br />

Mr. Shinji Hagiwara and Ms. Yuki<br />

Ono<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hamilton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hansell<br />

Mr. Brad Hargis and Mrs. Kara<br />

Ussery<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harris, Jr.<br />

Ms. Jalisa Harris<br />

Mr. Marnell Harris<br />

Mr. Jason and Dr. Becky Hayden<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Hayes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Travis Haynam<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Cortney Henderson<br />

Ms. Jacqueline Henderson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Judah Herman<br />

Mr. and Ms. Brian Herriott<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Heydt<br />

Ms. Krista Hiatt<br />

Mr. Ben Himes and Mrs. Alison<br />

Shiver-Himes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hockenbery<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hodges<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hoffman<br />

Ms. Latasha Hope<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Josh Hostetler<br />

Dr. Kevin Prezgay and Dr.<br />

Barbara Houde<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Howard, Sr.<br />

Dr. Jon and Dr. Laura Howell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Howery<br />

Mr. Jason Hunter '01<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hurry<br />

Mr. Ben and Dr. Kelly Ickes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Justin Ishmael<br />

Ms. Sara Jenkins<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Johnson<br />

Ms. Jenny Johnson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Marty Jones<br />

Mrs. Victoria Jones<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Kaesemeyer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Landon Kane<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kassen<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Keenan<br />

Mr. Ben Stover and Ms. Kristy<br />

Kelly<br />

Ms. Kate Kersey-David '05<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kincaid<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brent Kindle<br />

Ms. Tunu Kinebrew<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Kirkland<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Judd Klusmeyer<br />

Mr. Artie Knapp and Mrs. Priya<br />

Oscar-Knapp<br />

Ms. Debbie Kossuth<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Kovacs<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kraft<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Kramer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kuhlman<br />

Ms. Gretchen Landrum<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Lang<br />

Mr. Curtis Smith and Mrs.<br />

Sandra Langford-Smith<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Leamer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Lessek<br />

Mr. Ben Li and Ms. Ka<strong>the</strong>rine<br />

Wen<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Wen Li<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Linich<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kent Littlejohn<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Logue, Jr.<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Long<br />

The <strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong> Eagle <strong>Annual</strong> Fund was designed to benefit every student, faculty, and staff<br />

member. This generosity of our community provided engaging curriculum, award-winning<br />

programming, robust student activities, efficient business operations, tuition assistance for<br />

students in need, and salaries and benefits for exceptional faculty and staff.<br />

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RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, <strong>2018</strong> - JUNE 30, <strong>2019</strong><br />

EAGLE ANNUAL FUND <strong>2018</strong>-19 PARENT DONORS (Continued)<br />

Mr. and Ms. Nick Lorenz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lott<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lum<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Lutts<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lyle<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Maddux<br />

Ms. Kate Mae '07<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Sascha Maier<br />

Mr. Abe Mandollo and Ms. Dila<br />

Nukuro<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Marshall, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. James Mary<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Mathison<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Maxey<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mays<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chris McBride, Sr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. DeJuan McClure<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Frank McConnell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg McDaniel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGrath<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott McKenzie<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason McSwain<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Vince McWhorter<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Meade '02<br />

Ms. Shaquanna Metcalf<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Meyer<br />

Mr. Stephen and Dr. Krista<br />

Migliore<br />

Ms. Meagan Miller<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Milligan<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Mills<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Mitchell, II<br />

Ms. Krystal Muldrow<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Erik Murphy<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Murphy<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Dean Nicholas<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nischwitz<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Paul Noh<br />

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Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Northup<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Null<br />

Mr. Henry Oberson and Ms.<br />

Rita Vig<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ooten, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Otto<br />

Mr. Ben and Dr. Lori Packard<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Pairan<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Paris<br />

Mr. and Mrs. George Parker, Esq.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Payne, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Pearson<br />

Mr. Fredy Yoc Perez and Mrs.<br />

Irma Ambrocio Diaz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Pfister<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Phillips<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Sandro Pineda<br />

Dr. Andy and Dr. Hea<strong>the</strong>r Plum<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Derek Polen<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Quint Powell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Price<br />

Ms. Amy Ramsey '00<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rebhun<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rechel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rempe<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Renneker<br />

Mr. Paul Richard and Mrs.<br />

Darla Ridner<br />

Ms. DeNiesha Richardson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rink<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robinson<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Marcus Romanello<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Rosenfeldt<br />

Mr. Eric Ruegg and Dr. Hilja<br />

Ruegg<br />

Miss Grayce Ruehlmann<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Rueter<br />

Mr. Kevin and Dr. Rima Rusnak<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Russell<br />

Mr. Carlos Sanchez, Jr. and<br />

Mrs. Bethany Satchell Sanchez<br />

Mr. Cesar and Mrs. Jenny Sanchez<br />

Ms. Gabby Sanchez-Morales<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sanderson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Santa<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sauve<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Saxby<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schaefer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schneider<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schulz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Shank<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Shupe<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sideris<br />

Mr. Kam and Dr. Jessica Siu<br />

Mr. Casey Smith<br />

Mr. Mike Smith and Ms. April<br />

Craver<br />

Dr. Jonathan Snyder '98 and<br />

Mrs. Jessica Martin Snyder '98<br />

Ms. Jamie Sobieck<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Spitzmiller<br />

Mr. Devon Spivey and Ms.<br />

Miranda Dennis<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Steckel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stoll<br />

Ms. Tracy Summers<br />

Mr. Jeff and Dr. Colleen Swayze<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Josh Sweeney<br />

Overseer and Mrs. Ennis Tait<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Carey Tapp<br />

Mr. Carlos Taveras Santos<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Taylor<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thacker, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dirk Thomas<br />

Ms. Jerry Thomas<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Thompson, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jared Treadway<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chad Tucker<br />

Mr. Brian and Dr. Jodi Van Jura<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Vest<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Villanueva<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Vincent<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Visconte<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wagner<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brent Walker '98<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Warncke<br />

Mr. Jared Warner and Mrs.<br />

Michelle Toy Warner '98<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Royce Warren<br />

Mr. Aric Watson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Waugh<br />

Dr. Guy Whembolua and Mrs.<br />

Mianda Bashala<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad White<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wichmann<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wilkins<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wilkowski, Esq.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Williams<br />

Miss Karla Williams<br />

Mr. Gyron Willingham<br />

Mr. Dane and Mrs. Morgan<br />

Wilson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dominique Wilson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dane Wilson<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Paul Wojciechowski<br />

Mr. Mike and Dr. Lydia Woodin<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Woods<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Wooten, Sr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Wright<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kent Wyant<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Yelton<br />

Ms. Dionna Young<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Youngquist<br />

EAGLE ANNUAL FUND <strong>2018</strong>-19 GRANDPARENT DONORS<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Anderson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick<br />

Aschenbener<br />

Ms. and Mr. Harold Bennie<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Beshear<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bess<br />

Mrs. Shirley Bishop<br />

Mr. and Mrs. William Blair<br />

Ms. Robyn Bradley<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Broun<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Brunk<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Carmichael<br />

Mr. Kip and Rev. Linnea Carnes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Christiansen<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clary<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clippard, Sr.<br />

Ms. Stephanie Cobb<br />

Ms. Dianne Combs<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Comstock<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Cooke<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cool<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Couch<br />

Ms. Pat Cox<br />

Mr. Scott Croswell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crum<br />

Ms. Sheila Cunningham<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cureton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dillard<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Downey<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Drake<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Duke<br />

Mrs. Kathy Dunn<br />

Mrs. Doris Edgington<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fannin<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fields<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Foust<br />

Mrs. Marta Garcia<br />

Ms. Mattie Gray<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Green<br />

Mr. and Mrs. William Grote<br />

Ms. Alta Faye Hamblin<br />

Ms. Sadie Hankins<br />

Mrs. Debbie Hansell<br />

Ms. Marie Hodges<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hoffman<br />

Ms. Clara Ivenso<br />

Mrs. Ruby Johnson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kersey<br />

Ms. Corrine Kinebrew<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield Kirkland<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kuhlman<br />

Mr. Alex Lancaster, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Landrum<br />

Mr. and Mrs. William Luken<br />

Mrs. Betty Maratos<br />

Dr. Janet McDaniel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron McSwain<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Menedis<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Miller<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Modelski<br />

Mr. John Morari<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Frank Noyes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Oplinger<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Don Pfister<br />

Ms. Julie Plum<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Plum<br />

Mr. Greg Ready<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rechel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Renneker<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Reno<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Robinson<br />

Ms. Rene Rodriguez<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rohal<br />

Mrs. and Mr. Lorraine<br />

Routenberg<br />

Mrs. and Mr. Dolores Rowland<br />

Mr. Barron Rutledge<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schmitt<br />

Mrs. Mary Schwetschenau<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Seward<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chip Shiver<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Snyder<br />

Mrs. Leslee Storey<br />

Ms. Melinda Thomas<br />

Mrs. Cathy Twitty<br />

Mrs. Jacqueline Twyman-Smith<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Van Buren<br />

Mr. Wendell Vaughn<br />

Dr. Kathleen Verderber<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Walton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warncke<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Warren<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wichmann<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mat<strong>the</strong>w<br />

Wojciechowski


EAGLE ANNUAL FUND <strong>2018</strong>-19 FACULTY AND STAFF DONORS<br />

Mrs. Christy Acheampong<br />

Mrs. Robin Albus<br />

Mrs. Laura Anderson<br />

Mrs. Nancy Anderson<br />

Mrs. Cathy Andry<br />

Mr. Adam Atallah '07<br />

Mrs. Beth Bach<br />

Mrs. Pamela Bailey<br />

Mr. Drew Baker<br />

Mrs. Linda Baker<br />

Mrs. Kelley Ballish<br />

Mrs. Kathie Baxter<br />

Mrs. Lyndsee Beachy<br />

Mrs. Emily Beuerlein<br />

Mrs. Carly Bishop<br />

Mr. Mark Bishop<br />

Mrs. Linda Bollman<br />

Mrs. Sandy Breitholle<br />

Mrs. Elizabeth Briggs<br />

Mrs. Jane Brumbaugh<br />

Mr. Randy Brunk<br />

Mrs. LaGina Burton<br />

Mrs. Julie Carnes<br />

Mrs. Ashley Carter<br />

Mr. Stephen Carter<br />

Mrs. Tiffany Clayton<br />

Mrs. Bea Clements<br />

Mrs. Erin Conn '97<br />

Mr. Adam Cool '01<br />

Mrs. Bekah Cool<br />

Mrs. Beth Cox<br />

Mrs. Ivette Crichton<br />

Ms. Sheila Cunningham<br />

Ms. Judi Davis<br />

Mrs. Deborah DeGroft<br />

Mrs. Courtney Deller<br />

Mrs. Pam Dinkelacker<br />

Mrs. Jenny Doan<br />

Mrs. Betsy Dodson<br />

Mrs. Sandy Drees<br />

Mrs. Lori Duke<br />

Mrs. Annette Eberhardt<br />

Mrs. Mimi Ehlen<br />

Ms. Sheri Ellis<br />

Mrs. Della Enns<br />

Mrs. Mandy Feltman<br />

Mr. Mike Fite<br />

Mrs. Patty Fite<br />

Mrs. Amie Frazer<br />

Mrs. Donna Furtwengler<br />

Mrs. Mindy Gallagher<br />

Mrs. Amy Geiger<br />

Mrs. Holly Getter<br />

Mrs. Diane Goebel<br />

Mrs. Laura Griffin<br />

Mrs. Eileen Hall<br />

Mrs. Sally Hall<br />

Miss Rebeca Hardy<br />

Miss A.J. Harris<br />

Mr. Andrew Hartman<br />

Mr. Gary Hartoin<br />

Mrs. Jane Haslem<br />

Mrs. Corliss Hayes<br />

Mrs. Julie Hayes<br />

Ms. Patricia Heath<br />

Mr. Wendell Hensley<br />

Mrs. Carolyn Hill<br />

Mrs. Barb Holthaus<br />

Mrs. Jill Honerlaw<br />

Mrs. Karen Hordinski<br />

Mrs. Hannah Huseman<br />

Mrs. Candy Johnson<br />

Mrs. Kathie Johnson<br />

Mrs. Kimberly Kane<br />

Mrs. Jennifer Kassen<br />

Mrs. Suzanne Kloster<br />

Ms. Toni Kraft<br />

Mr. Jordan Kramer<br />

Ms. Mary Margaret Krause<br />

Mrs. Sue Kost<br />

Mrs. Tracy Kue<strong>the</strong><br />

Mrs. Cindy Kuroff<br />

Mrs. Sumer Linger<br />

Dr. Jim Lipovsky, Sr.<br />

Mrs. Kathy Lipovsky<br />

Mrs. Stephanie Loranzan<br />

Mrs. Tami Lott<br />

Mrs. Rachel Lupia<br />

Mrs. Kelly Lum<br />

Mrs. Amy Lutts<br />

Ms. Launa Lyons<br />

Mrs. Amy Macy<br />

Ms. Elaine Marsh<br />

Ms. Tess McClain<br />

Mrs. Sarah Grace McCollough<br />

Ms. Anna McKittrick<br />

Mrs. Holly Metzger<br />

Mrs. Rachel Miller<br />

Mrs. Becky Mills<br />

Mrs. Jeannie Mishu<br />

Mrs. Cammie Montgomery<br />

Ms. Cyndi Morgan<br />

Mrs. Jennifer Murphy<br />

Dr. Dean Nicholas<br />

Mrs. Teresa Null<br />

Mrs. Tina Overmyer<br />

Mrs. Dawn Packer<br />

Mr. Jon Paris<br />

Mrs. Teri Parker<br />

Mr. Doug Parsley<br />

Mrs. Natalie Pfister<br />

Mrs. Anne Phelps<br />

Dr. Billy Pohl, IV '01<br />

Mrs. Leslie Renneker<br />

Miss Jaime Robbins<br />

Mrs. Tammy Rosenfeldt<br />

Ms. Jamie Rueger<br />

Mr. Tim Sakelos<br />

Mrs. Gaye Salisbury<br />

Mr. Mark Salisbury<br />

Mrs. April Sanderson<br />

Mrs. Amy Sauve<br />

Mrs. Amy Saxby<br />

Mrs. Mary Jo Schablein<br />

Mrs. Laura Schuchardt<br />

Mr. Tony Schulz<br />

Mrs. Lynn Shank<br />

Mr. Steve Sideris<br />

Mrs. Kim Siman<br />

Ms. Susan Simmons<br />

Mr. Todd Slaughter<br />

Mrs. Mary Smith<br />

Mrs. Mona Summers<br />

Mrs. Diane Taylor<br />

Mr. Eric Taylor<br />

Mr. Jared Treadway<br />

Mrs. Kara Ussery<br />

Mrs. DeAnne Vallo<br />

Mrs. Meg Vanatsky<br />

Mr. Joe Vanderkolk<br />

Mrs. Susan Vanderkolk<br />

Mrs. Gail Varner<br />

Mrs. Anne Venters<br />

Mrs. Jen Vest<br />

Mrs. Kim Vincent<br />

Mrs. Regan Vollette<br />

Mr. Dave Walker<br />

Mrs. Kathy Walker<br />

Mr. Mike Wallace<br />

Mrs. Linda Watson<br />

Miss Emily Waugh<br />

Mrs. Kathy Wesson<br />

Mrs. Hea<strong>the</strong>r Wilkowski<br />

Mrs. Julie Williams<br />

Mrs. Mary Williams<br />

Mrs. Morgan Wilson<br />

Mrs. Devin Wojciechowski<br />

Mrs. Kristen Woock<br />

Dr. Lydia Woodin<br />

Mrs. Mara Wright<br />

Mrs. Susan Zwarg<br />

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RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, <strong>2018</strong> - JUNE 30, <strong>2019</strong><br />

EAGLE ANNUAL FUND <strong>2018</strong>-19 ALUMNI DONORS<br />

CLASS OF 1995<br />

Jon Adams<br />

Jeremy Conn<br />

Ben Gann<br />

Audrey Keyes<br />

CLASS OF 1996<br />

David Clabaugh<br />

CLASS OF 1997<br />

David Blessing<br />

Erin Conn<br />

Erika Dollard<br />

CLASS OF 1998<br />

Elizabeth Frey<br />

Brian Garlock<br />

Ryan Grinstead<br />

Jessica Snyder<br />

Jonathan Snyder, M.D<br />

Brent Walker<br />

Michelle Warner<br />

CLASS OF 1999<br />

Kristen Barkimer<br />

Hannah Siegfried<br />

CLASS OF 2000<br />

Ryan Betscher<br />

Katie Dostal<br />

Ted Dostal, III<br />

Shana Eling<br />

Bill Hauer<br />

Lindsey House<br />

Chris Koenig<br />

Jayme Madden<br />

Allison McGee<br />

Casey Purnhagen<br />

Amy Ramsey<br />

Liz Rosenau<br />

CLASS OF 2001<br />

Laura Bechtel<br />

Adam Cool<br />

Jason Hunter<br />

Billy Pohl, IV<br />

Matt Warren<br />

CLASS OF 2002<br />

Zach Bohannon<br />

Emily Byers<br />

Darah Kerpka<br />

Eric Meade<br />

CLASS OF 2003<br />

Denis Beausejour, Jr<br />

Rebecca Berger<br />

Robby Croswell, IV<br />

Megan Hendy<br />

Nicole Nelson<br />

Danny Stull<br />

Jen Terhar<br />

Jennie Vose<br />

Daniel Wheeler, II<br />

CLASS OF 2004<br />

Kya Bowden Cannon<br />

Courtney Clark-Rankin<br />

Patrick Coggins<br />

Rebecca Dougherty<br />

Eric Loftus<br />

CLASS OF 2005<br />

Tommy Andrews<br />

Matt Chacksfield<br />

Grant Cooper<br />

Casi Egli<br />

Kate Kersey-David<br />

Joe Polzin<br />

CLASS OF 2006<br />

Allison Imrie Zurlinden<br />

Brian Painter<br />

Maily Pham<br />

Jamie Swigert<br />

Jason Taylor<br />

CLASS OF 2007<br />

Adam Atallah<br />

Ryan Atkins<br />

Trae Balzano, III<br />

Bryn Clark<br />

Molly Conn<br />

Mat<strong>the</strong>w Evans<br />

Kate Mae<br />

Christina Painter<br />

Kyle Smith<br />

CLASS OF 2008<br />

Allison Ballard<br />

CLASS OF 2009<br />

Margaux Andrews<br />

Joel Campbell, IV<br />

Rachael Smith<br />

CLASS OF 2010<br />

Andrew Wallace<br />

CLASS OF 2011<br />

Meredith Allgood<br />

Mariel Beausejour<br />

Maddie Drees<br />

Jeremy Smith<br />

CLASS OF 2012<br />

Ted Andrews<br />

Alexis Caruso<br />

Will Meyer<br />

CLASS OF 2013<br />

Elaina Balzano<br />

Melissa Smith<br />

CLASS OF 2014<br />

Alex Bertrams<br />

Ellie Coggins<br />

Conner Osborne<br />

CLASS OF 2015<br />

Ka<strong>the</strong>rine Meyer<br />

Drew Taylor<br />

Ally Wallace<br />

CLASS OF 2016<br />

Avery Kreul<br />

Tegan Osborne<br />

Mack Pairan<br />

Mark Smith<br />

Morganne Venters<br />

CLASS OF <strong>2018</strong><br />

Kristopher Carnes<br />

Cayse Osborne<br />

Will Stiles<br />

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RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, <strong>2018</strong> - JUNE 30, <strong>2019</strong><br />

EAGLE ANNUAL FUND <strong>2018</strong>-19 ALUMNI PARENT DONORS<br />

Mrs. Lisa Allgood<br />

Mrs. Nancy Anderson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Andrews<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Evan Andrews<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Bach<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Baker<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Beadle<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Beatty<br />

Dr. Marley Belair<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bertrams<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Beshear<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rocke Blair<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bodley<br />

Mrs. Sandy Breitholle<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Broun<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Browne<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Brunk<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Carnes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rod Chamblin<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Clabaugh<br />

Dr. Stephen Cleves and Mrs.<br />

Therese Esswein<br />

Ms. Cindy Coggins<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rolando Collado<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Collins<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Conley<br />

Mrs. Lyn Conroy<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cool<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Cooper<br />

Mr. Gary Copelin and Ms. Chris<br />

Clark<br />

Mr. Scott Croswell<br />

Ms. Judi Davis<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rand Day, III<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott DeGroft<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Del Greco<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Devin, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dinkelacker<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Doan, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Drees<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ducro, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Durham<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Enns<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Falk<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Doug Feeney<br />

Mr. Tom Fey<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flint<br />

Mrs. Holly Getter<br />

Dr. Michel Ghastine and Dr.<br />

Ghada Khalife<br />

Dr. Rita Girard<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Chuck Goebel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Cart Hall, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ford Halter<br />

Mr. and Mrs. James Hansee<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brendon Hansford<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haslem<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hayes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Holthaus<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Horvath<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Humphrey<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hurry<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Hue Jackson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Johnson<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Johnson<br />

Ms. Sandy Kays<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Keating<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Keenan<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kersey<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brent Kindle<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kirbabas<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Kloster<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Judd Klusmeyer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Kohlan<br />

Mrs. Darlah Koontz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kuremsky<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kuroff, Jr.<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Jim Lipovsky, Sr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lippert<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ludeke<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lunsford<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Lutts<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lyle<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Macy<br />

Ms. Elaine Marsh<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Marshall, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. James Mary<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Mathison<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason McSwain<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron McSwain<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Baker Meyer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Neyer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Noyen<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Evans Nwankwo<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Brad Osborne<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Ottenjohn<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Packer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Pairan<br />

Mr. and Mrs. George Parker, Esq.<br />

Mrs. Karen Peck<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Pfister<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Phelps, Jr.<br />

Dr. Abe and Dr. Joyce Philip<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Phillips<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Price<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Reifenberg<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Reno<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Riewald<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Robinson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ross<br />

Mr. Clark Sarver<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Scott<br />

Ms. Lynne Scott<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Caetano Sequeira<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Shank<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Siman<br />

Ms. Susan Simmons<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Simpson<br />

Mr. Greg Sizemore and Dr.<br />

Cynthia Sizemore<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Smith<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Snyder<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Stiles<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stull<br />

Mrs. Angela Stutz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Summers<br />

Overseer and Mrs. Ennis Tait<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor, Sr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Terkosky<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jared Treadway<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Trucksis<br />

Mr. Brian and Dr. Jodi Van Jura<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vanatsky<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vanderkolk<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Venters<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Vincent<br />

Ms. Fran Wade<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Walker<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wallace<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Warren<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wheeler<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wichmann<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wilkins<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Zwarg<br />

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RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, <strong>2018</strong> - JUNE 30, <strong>2019</strong><br />

GIFTS IN HONOR OF<br />

In Honor of:<br />

Armleder Campus: Music:<br />

Concert Support<br />

by Ms. Eva Hrivnak<br />

In Honor of:<br />

Dakota Coleman<br />

by Mr. Greg Ready<br />

In Honor of:<br />

Marlana Doepker<br />

by Mr. Wendell Vaughn<br />

In Honor of:<br />

Earl Edmonds and Jack Bailey<br />

by Mr. Zach Bohannon '02<br />

In Honor of:<br />

Della Enns<br />

by Mr. and Mrs. Martin Baxter<br />

In Honor of:<br />

Brian D. Fey '96<br />

by Mr. Tom Fey<br />

In Honor of:<br />

Miles & Blake Harris<br />

by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harris, Jr.<br />

In Honor of:<br />

Elise, Nate and Lauren Hayes<br />

by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Walton<br />

In Honor of:<br />

Ava and Lila Hoffman<br />

by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hoffman<br />

In Honor of:<br />

League of Extraordinary<br />

Gentlemen<br />

by Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Atkins '07<br />

In Honor of:<br />

League of Extraordinary<br />

Gentlemen<br />

by Mr. and Mrs. Bryn Clark '07<br />

In Honor of:<br />

Jessey Li<br />

by Mr. and Mrs. Wen Li<br />

In Honor of:<br />

Carl H. Lindner Family<br />

by Keating Muething & Klekamp<br />

In Honor of:<br />

Erin McDaniel<br />

by Dr. Janet McDaniel<br />

In Honor of:<br />

Brendan and Aidan Murphy<br />

by Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Cooke<br />

In Honor of:<br />

Dr. Dean Nicholas and Adam<br />

Atallah<br />

by Mr. Chase Conn and Mrs.<br />

Molly Conn '07<br />

In Honor of:<br />

Ben and Amanda Scott<br />

by Ms. Lynne Scott<br />

In Honor of:<br />

Laila & Gabriel Smith<br />

by Mr. Curtis Smith and Mrs.<br />

Sandra Langford-Smith<br />

In Honor of:<br />

Gwendolyn McWhorter<br />

by Mr. and Mrs. Vince<br />

McWhorter<br />

In Honor of:<br />

The Wichmann children<br />

by Mr. and Mrs. Jay<br />

Wichmann<br />

In Honor of:<br />

David, Olivia & Andrew<br />

Wojciechowski<br />

by Mr. and Mrs. Mat<strong>the</strong>w<br />

Wojciechowski<br />

GIFTS IN MEMORY OF<br />

In Memory of:<br />

Jane Braun<br />

by Ms. Sarah Ferguson<br />

In Memory of:<br />

Ca<strong>the</strong>rine R. Fey<br />

by Mr. Tom Fey<br />

In Memory of:<br />

Diem Pham<br />

by Ms. Maily Pham '06<br />

In Memory of:<br />

Suella Slemons and Carol<br />

Anne Blessing<br />

by Mr. Zach Bohannon '02<br />

In Memory of:<br />

Barry Thiel<br />

by Ms. Lynne Scott<br />

In Memory of:<br />

Cesar Sanchez<br />

by Ms. Lynn Abrams<br />

Ms. Janice Barnes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bailey<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Baxter<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Droege<br />

Ms. Sheridan Ernst<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Fielden<br />

Mr. David Hamilton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Irwin, Sr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Krebs<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Long<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lykes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason McSwain<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Pfister<br />

Stephanie Puente, Michelle<br />

Perez and Cynthia Garcia<br />

Mr. Clayton Roberson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts<br />

Mr. Darrell Rodriguez and<br />

Mrs. Lucy Davila<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kavon Salehi<br />

Ms. Sharyl Trudel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Venters<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd<br />

Wilkowski, Esq.<br />

MATCHING<br />

COMPANY GIFTS<br />

Charles Schwab Foundation<br />

Coca Cola Enterprises<br />

David J. Joseph Company<br />

Fifth Third Bank<br />

General Electric Foundation<br />

Johnson & Johnson<br />

Northwestern Mutual Foundation<br />

Total Quality Logistics<br />

Wells Fargo Education<br />

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REMEMBERING<br />

LOVED ONES<br />

During <strong>the</strong> <strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong> school year, CHCA lost many who were beloved<br />

members of our community. We continue to pray for God’s comfort<br />

and strength for each family as <strong>the</strong>y look ahead.<br />

Larry Beverly, Grandparent<br />

Clinton Conn, Former Student<br />

Lynn Day, Grandparent<br />

Michael Ellison, Board President<br />

Erik Haslem, Alumni '09<br />

James Irwin, Grandparent<br />

Linnea Klendworth, Parent-Alumni<br />

Eloy Pacheco, Grandparent<br />

Douglas Papp Parent-Current<br />

Jack Roy, Grandparent<br />

Cesar Sanchez, Parent-Current<br />

Stephen Smeltzer, Friend<br />

JoAnn Dickerson Tomasello, Grandparent<br />

May your unfailing love be my comfort, according<br />

to your promise to your servant.<br />

- Psalm 119:76<br />

If you have lost a loved one, please let us know and we will join you in prayer. Email Paige<br />

Tomlin: paige.tomlin@chca-oh.org or Jen Sasse: jennifer.sasse@chca.oh.org.<br />

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FINE ARTS<br />

<strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong> DONORS & SPONSORS<br />

At every grade level, CHCA students are encouraged to sing, play, act, dance, paint, and sculpt to <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

heart’s content. The wide range of choices means children get countless opportunities to discover and<br />

develop <strong>the</strong>ir unique talents. Great facilities and outstanding teachers mean <strong>the</strong>y get optimal conditions<br />

in which to discover, grow, be challenged, and do <strong>the</strong>ir best work. This past year was yet again no<br />

exception to <strong>the</strong> extraordinary talent displayed at CHCA as dozens of our Fine Arts students and alumni<br />

were recognized for <strong>the</strong>ir gifts and talents.<br />

PLATINUM SPONSORS<br />

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Phillips Edison & Company<br />

Veterans Day Concert<br />

Cindy Coggins<br />

US Theatre Producer<br />

Prominent Title<br />

Joe & Debbie Brooks<br />

GOLD SPONSOR<br />

The Kroger Company<br />

SILVER SPONSORS<br />

James Free Jewelers<br />

New Path Counseling, LLC<br />

FINE ARTS AD SPONSORS<br />

Alpha & Omega Building Services<br />

Artifex Financial Group<br />

Comey & Shepherd – Jennifer & Pete Dardzinski<br />

Fischer Homes<br />

Folchi Formal Wear<br />

Greater Cincinnati Credit Union<br />

Johnson Orthodontics<br />

McSwain Carpets & Floors<br />

MIS Solutions<br />

Silver Spring House<br />

The Musical Arts Center<br />

Uno/Taco Bell CTI Restaurants


RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, <strong>2018</strong> - JUNE 30, <strong>2019</strong><br />

ARTBEAT <strong>2019</strong> SPONSORS<br />

Event Sponsor<br />

The Max Family<br />

Visual Arts Sponsor<br />

The Kroger Company<br />

Lindner Theater Sponsor<br />

ATC<br />

David & Lauri Goodwin<br />

FINE ARTS <strong>2018</strong>-19 DONORS<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Achterberg<br />

Ms. Hea<strong>the</strong>r Ackley<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Agerton<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Yinka Aina<br />

Dr. Norberto Andaluz and Mrs.<br />

Veronica Tsioulis-Andaluz<br />

Mr. Wendell Anderson, Jr. and<br />

Mrs. Jessica Watanabe<br />

Mrs. and Mr. Cathy Aschenbener<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Ashman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Bach<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Baker<br />

Ms. Michelle Barron<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Baxter<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Beatty<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bechtold<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Behrman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Blair<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Blair<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Sean Bly<strong>the</strong><br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Boni<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Erik Bowling<br />

Ms. Sarah Bowman<br />

Ms. Sandy Brown<br />

Dr. Joe and Dr. Stephanie Bruner<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Brunk<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Carnes<br />

Mr. Kip and Rev. Linnea Carnes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chaz Carney, III<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carroll<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Cates<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cebulskie<br />

Ms. Amy Chaudhary<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Christiansen<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Clayton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Cobb<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Comstock<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mat<strong>the</strong>w Connor<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Cotton<br />

Rev. Jill Croswell<br />

Mr. Darrell Rodriguez and Mrs.<br />

Lucy Davila<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Del Greco<br />

Mr. Chris Frederickson and<br />

Mrs. Liz DiGiandomenico<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Doan, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dobyns<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Doepker<br />

Ms. Maddie Drees '11<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Droege<br />

Dr. Bob and Dr. Cheryl Dykstra<br />

Lindner Theater Atrium<br />

Gallery Veronique<br />

ArtBeat Avenue Theater<br />

James Free Jewelers<br />

ArtBeat Avenue Theater<br />

Piano Sponsor<br />

Blaine’s Fine Men’s Apparel<br />

Rev. and Mrs. Richard Eckert<br />

Mr. David Ekey<br />

Ms. Jennifer Ekey<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Eng<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Espenshade<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Esposito<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Fancett<br />

Ms. Sarah Ferguson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Fielden<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Figliola, III<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Flagel<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Rod Flynn<br />

Ms. Donna Furtwengler<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Georgeton<br />

Dr. Michel Ghastine and Dr.<br />

Ghada Khalife<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Gillis<br />

Dr. Rita Girard, M.D.<br />

Mr. Scott Glenn and Dr.<br />

Michelle Walker-Glenn<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Goodwin, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Grimes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hamilton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hansell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brendon Hansford<br />

Mr. Brad Hargis and Mrs. Kara<br />

Ussery<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harville, Jr.<br />

Mr. Jason and Dr. Becky Hayden<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hayes<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Cortney Henderson<br />

Mr. and Ms. Brian Herriott<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hockenbery<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hoffman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hopkins<br />

Dr. Jon and Dr. Laura Howell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hoyer<br />

Ms. Eva Hrivnak<br />

Mr. Eric Hruska<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Humphrey<br />

Mr. Ben and Dr. Kelly Ickes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Irwin, Sr.<br />

Mr. Tony Iskandar<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Phelps, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Hue Jackson<br />

Mr. Jonathan Jin and Mrs.<br />

Winnie Zeng<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Johnson<br />

Mrs. Victoria Jones<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kennamer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kincaid<br />

Hands on Art<br />

Celia Carroll / Sibcy Cline<br />

Hang Your Art Out<br />

Johnson Orthodontics<br />

Instrumental Music Room<br />

Mercedes Benz of Cincinnati<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kraft<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kuhlman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kuremsky<br />

Ms. Gretchen Landrum<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Landrum<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Lang<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Lapps<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Devon Lehman, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Lessek<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Levin<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lindner<br />

Ms. Lorrie Long<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Long<br />

Mr. and Ms. Nick Lorenz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lott<br />

Mr. and Mrs. William Luken<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Max<br />

Mr. Shawn McCoy and Mrs.<br />

Saundra Richey<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott McKenzie<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Derek McNutt<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason McSwain<br />

Mr. Stephen and Dr. Krista<br />

Migliore<br />

Ms. Julie Millette<br />

Mr. Pete Millette<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Mills<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Mitchell, II<br />

Mrs. Cammie Montgomery<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Morris, III<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Mulcahy<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Erik Murphy<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Murphy<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myers<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Paul Noh<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Null<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin O'Connell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ochs, IV<br />

Dr. Modupe and Dr. Babatunde<br />

Onadeko<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ozarchevici<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Pacheco<br />

Mr. Eloy Pacheco<br />

Mr. Ben and Dr. Lori Packard<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Packer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. George Parker, Esq.<br />

Mr. Lee Pan and Mrs. Vivian<br />

Huang<br />

Mr. Greg Panos and Ms. Janine<br />

Eldredge-Panos<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bret Parrish<br />

Juried Art<br />

James Free Jewelers<br />

Juried Art Awards<br />

Plaza Artist Materials<br />

In-Kind Sponsors<br />

Balance Café & Smoothies, Buffalo Wild Wings, City Barbecue, Dan Ledbetter Photography, Dewey’s Pizza, Essenza Gallery &<br />

Studio, Holzman Meats, JR Thomas Landscaping, Jet’s Pizza, Johnny Chan 2, Natorp’s Nursery Outlet & Landscaping, Silver Spring<br />

House, Soho Japanese Bistro, Starbucks, Sysco, Tano Bistro, The Brown Dog Café, United Dairy Farmers<br />

Mrs. Karen Peck<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pessell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Pfister<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rasche<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rasche<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rempe<br />

Mr. and Ms. Dave Rexing<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rink<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Robinson<br />

Mr. Kevin and Dr. Rima Rusnak<br />

Mr. Carlos Sanchez, Jr. and<br />

Mrs. Bethany Satchell Sanchez<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Santa<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Saxby<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Schmerr, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm<br />

Mr. Todd Uterstaedt and Dr.<br />

Teri Schutte Uterstaedt<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Shupe<br />

Mr. Jay Slouffman and Mrs.<br />

Ashley Walkup<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Snell<br />

Mr. Matt Spence and Mrs.<br />

Anna Maratos-Spence<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Spitzmiller<br />

Mr. Scott and Dr. Ellen Springer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Steckel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stoll<br />

Dr. Jeff and Dr. Lori Stotz<br />

Mr. Ben Stover and Ms. Kristy<br />

Kelly<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Summers<br />

Mr. Jeff and Dr. Colleen Swayze<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Swedes, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Carey Tapp<br />

Mr. Carlos Taveras Santos<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Thompson, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Trinkle<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Trucksis<br />

Mr. Brian and Dr. Jodi Van Jura<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vanderwoude<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Visconte<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Voyt, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brent Walker '98<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Walker<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Waugh<br />

Judge and Mrs. Robert Winkler<br />

Mr. Mike and Dr. Lydia Woodin<br />

Mr. Jay Yuan and Ms. Elizabeth<br />

Guo<br />

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ATHLETICS<br />

<strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong> DONORS & SPONSORS<br />

At CHCA, <strong>the</strong> mission of Athletics is to build a culture of champions. We<br />

do this by training <strong>the</strong> 360º athlete —focusing on <strong>the</strong> physical, mental,<br />

emotional, and spiritual aspects of each student athlete —empowering<br />

<strong>the</strong>m to reach <strong>the</strong>ir God-given abilities.<br />

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RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, <strong>2018</strong> - JUNE 30, <strong>2019</strong><br />

<strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong> ATHLETICS DONORS<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Andry<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Geoff Answini<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Bach<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Baldwin<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Bernhardt<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Carter<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Madhu Chalasani<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Clayton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mat<strong>the</strong>w Connor<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Delany<br />

Ms. Kelly Fisher<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gilkinson<br />

Mr. and Ms. Pat Griffor<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Hayes<br />

Mrs. Mary Hoffman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lindgren<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Long<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lyle<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Max<br />

Mr. and Mrs. James<br />

McDonough<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bart Metzler<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chase Miller<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Mitchell, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Don Moon, III<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myers<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ooten, Jr.<br />

Dr. Art Pancioli and Dr. Lisa<br />

Larkin-Pancioli<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Pfister<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phelps<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Phillips<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Darrin Rakestraw<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schaefer<br />

Dr. Jeff and Dr. Lori Stotz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike<br />

Vanderwoude<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vest<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wilkowski, Esq.<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Paul<br />

Wojciechowski<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Derek Yankoff<br />

<strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong> ATHLETICS SPONSORS<br />

MULTIPLE STADIUM SPONSORS<br />

Phillips Edison<br />

McSwain Carpets & Floors<br />

STADIUM SCOREBOARD PARTNERS<br />

Fit Organic<br />

Johnson Investment Counsel<br />

McSwain Carpets & Floors<br />

Northwestern Mutual<br />

SINGLE STADIUM SPONSOR<br />

The Kroger Company<br />

SPORTS PROGRAM SPONSORS<br />

Alpha & Omega Building Services<br />

Comey and Shepherd - Jennifer & Pete Dardzinski<br />

Fischer Homes<br />

Folchi's Tuxedos & Menswear<br />

MIS Solutions, LLC<br />

Silver Spring House<br />

UNO/Taco Bell Restaurants<br />

<strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong> ATHLETICS BOOSTERS*<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Achterberg<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Adams '95<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Jody Ames<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Geoff Answini<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Arthurs<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Ashman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Aspenwall, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bass<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Bernhardt<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Bettinger<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blaxton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Brock<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Buesing<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Carter<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cebulskie<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Clayton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Collins<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Conley<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Cooper<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rocky Crawford<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Delany<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Doan, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dobyns<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Droege<br />

Rev. and Mrs. Richard Eckert<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Espenshade<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Filomena<br />

Ms. Kelly Fisher<br />

Mr. Gary Fisher and Mrs. Amy<br />

Starr<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Flagel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Frank<br />

Mr. Neal Gage and Mrs. Kim<br />

Harper-Gage<br />

Dr. Rita Girard<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Goodwin, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hansell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Judah Herman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hesketh<br />

Mr. Ben Himes and Mrs. Alison<br />

Shiver-Himes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hoffman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Hunt<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd James<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jostworth<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Jutt<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Keenan<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kennamer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Kolar<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Koopman, Sr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kraft<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Kushon<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Lang<br />

Mr. Brian Lawlor<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lyle<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd MacFarland<br />

Mr. and Mrs. James Mary<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Mathison<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Max<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Trent McCracken<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg McDaniel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGrath<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Steve Medlin<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bart Metzler<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Mitchell, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Mitchell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moffitt<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myers<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Scott Nix<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Paul Noh<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ooten, Jr.<br />

Dr. Art Pancioli and Dr. Lisa<br />

Larkin-Pancioli<br />

Mrs. Karen Peck<br />

Mr. Ben Phillips '16<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Pruitt<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rebhun<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Renneker<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Renner<br />

Mr. Paul Richard and Mrs.<br />

Darla Ridner<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Riley<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Robinson<br />

Mr. Kevin and Dr. Rima Rusnak<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Sanders<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sanders<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sanderson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sasse<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Josh Schaad<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Shupe<br />

Dr. Jonathan Snyder '98 and<br />

Mrs. Jessica Martin Snyder '98<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stoll<br />

Dr. Jeff and Dr. Lori Stotz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Strasser<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Carey Tapp<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wagner<br />

Ms. Susan Wal<strong>the</strong>r<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wichmann<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wilkowski, Esq.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Willman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dane Wilson<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Paul<br />

Wojciechowski<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Wai Wong<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Derek Yankoff<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Yelton<br />

Mr. Austin Young '18<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Felipe Zuniga<br />

*Athletic Boosters contributions provide game-changing financial support for CHCA’s athletic programs/team, although Booster<br />

memberships are not tax-deductible gifts due to benefits received.<br />

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AFTER<br />

PROM<br />

DONORS<br />

<strong>2019</strong><br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Adams '95<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Jody Ames<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Pervis Bearden, Sr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bechtold<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bellamy<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Carnes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Cates<br />

Chipotle<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Clayton<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Doan, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dobyns<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Donahue<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Droege<br />

Elegant Treasures<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Esposito<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Frazer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Gibson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brendon Hansford<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hodges<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Gary Huber<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Judd Klusmeyer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Langhammer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lindgren<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Derek McNutt<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bart Metzler<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Mitchell, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moffitt<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Don Moon, III<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myers<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin O'Connell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Pacheco<br />

Mr. Greg Panos and Ms. Janine<br />

Eldredge-Panos<br />

Mrs. Karen Peck<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Phillips<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rempe<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Rocco Rotello<br />

Ms. Laura Sandstrom<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Sauer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schaefer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm<br />

Mrs. Shannon Solomon<br />

Mr. Scott and Dr. Ellen Springer<br />

Dr. Jeff and Dr. Lori Stotz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sturm<br />

Mr. Jim Tippen and Mrs. Dayna Spotts<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Van Buren<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vanderwoude<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wagner<br />

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RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, <strong>2018</strong> - JUNE 30, <strong>2019</strong><br />

GIFTS FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES<br />

Faculty Incentive Program<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Lindner III<br />

Armleder School Playground<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Adams '95<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bolander<br />

Overseer and Mrs. Ennis Tait<br />

Ms. Donna Furtwengler<br />

Ms. Kimberly Jackson-Lackey<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Matsey<br />

Mr. Steve McCollum<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Steve Medlin<br />

Mrs. Cammie Montgomery<br />

Mr. Roger Straz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor, Sr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vallo<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wilkins<br />

Edyth B Lindner Elementary<br />

Office Carpeting<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Carnes<br />

Hue and Michelle Jackson<br />

Family Field<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Hue Jackson<br />

Martha S Lindner Faculty<br />

Lounge Renovation<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ochs<br />

Neyer Foundation Christian<br />

Leadership Award<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Neyer<br />

North Campus Tuition<br />

Relief Fund<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Conway<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Paroz<br />

Research and Innovation<br />

Center<br />

Christian Education Charitable<br />

Trust<br />

Schott International<br />

Student Scholarship Fund<br />

Mr. Bill Schott<br />

Student Organized Service<br />

(SOS) - Huddle for Hope<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dobyns<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Holthaus<br />

Mr. Harold Poore<br />

Take Flight Program<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Lindner III<br />

<strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong> ROBOTICS DONORS<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Yinka Aina<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Shengan Chen<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Digger Daley<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Doan, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Donahue<br />

Ms. Fangfang Du<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Espenshade<br />

Ethicon (Johnson & Johnson)<br />

Mr. Eric Frey and Mrs. Elizabeth<br />

Amend Frey '98<br />

Mr. Andy and Dr. Fran Gregory<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hansell<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harville, Jr.<br />

Honeywell Intelligrated<br />

Honeywell International<br />

Mr. Jonathan Jin and Mrs. Winnie<br />

Zeng<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Johnson<br />

Johnson & Johnson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Keenan<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Max<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mays<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Mitchell, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Judd Olea<br />

Mr. Greg Panos and Ms. Janine<br />

Eldredge-Panos<br />

Procter & Gamble<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Reckamp<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Derek Rice<br />

Ms. Stacy Shollenbarger<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Sikkema<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Steckel<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thacker, II<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Thomas<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Anthony<br />

We<strong>the</strong>rington<br />

Mr. Justin Zimmer<br />

<strong>2018</strong>-<strong>2019</strong> ROBOTICS SPONSORS<br />

Cincinnati Test Systems<br />

Ethicon<br />

Honeywell Intelligrated<br />

L3 Cincinnati Electronics<br />

Mike's Nashville Hot<br />

Phillips Edison<br />

Procter & Gamble


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MACLELLAN<br />

FOUNDATION<br />

GRANTS RECOGNIZE<br />

CHCA'S INNOVATIVE<br />

APPROACH<br />

“We partner with <strong>the</strong> courageous<br />

to change <strong>the</strong> world.”<br />

Incorporated in 1945 by <strong>the</strong> Maclellan family, The Maclellan Foundation, Inc. (through its Christian<br />

Education Charitable Trust) “proactively explores and promotes fresh, innovative approaches to Christian<br />

education that go beyond traditional practices, in order to integrate technology and scalability with<br />

instruction inspired by Scripture.”<br />

Since 2016, CHCA has received $150,000 in funding via two separate grants which established <strong>the</strong> CHCA<br />

Print Shop as <strong>the</strong> third student-run entrepreneurial venture. Under <strong>the</strong> leadership of Adam Cool, <strong>the</strong> Print<br />

Shop now supplies a large portion of our on-campus printing needs, from screen printed t-shirts to senior<br />

banners, signage, and marketing banners and photos for Open House events. Operating as an on-site<br />

business provides our students real-world opportunities to challenge <strong>the</strong>ir minds as leaders, entrepreneurs,<br />

engineers, designers, collaborators, and manufacturers, while honing <strong>the</strong>ir talents in a Christ-centered<br />

context. We are excited to witness student enthusiasm and energy to become not just learners but doers<br />

through ventures like <strong>the</strong>se, made possible through <strong>the</strong> generosity of <strong>the</strong> Maclellan Foundation.<br />

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LIGHT THE WAY<br />

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN<br />

CHCA launched a $9 million strategic initiative in August of 2015 that incorporated<br />

a series of capital projects. Building on <strong>the</strong> vision of our founders, <strong>the</strong> Light <strong>the</strong> Way<br />

Capital Campaign was an important fundraising effort designed to support updated<br />

and renovated spaces, additional resources, and re-imagined programming to extend<br />

exciting new levels of engagement for our students, teachers, and community.<br />

As a result of our community's extraordinary generosity, <strong>the</strong> possibilities imagined<br />

for our students through <strong>the</strong> Light <strong>the</strong> Way Campaign are being realized inside and<br />

outside <strong>the</strong> classroom every day.<br />

THANK YOU!<br />

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RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, <strong>2018</strong> - JUNE 30, <strong>2019</strong><br />

LIGHT THE WAY DONORS<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Adams '95<br />

Mrs. Lisa Allgood<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bailey<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Beatty<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bishop<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Blair<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blaxton<br />

Dr. Wesley and Dr. Jana Braden<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Buesing<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Carnes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chaz Carney, III<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cebulskie<br />

Ms. Cindy Coggins<br />

Ms. Ellie Coggins '14<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Coggins '04<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Rolando Collado<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Collins<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Comstock<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Conley<br />

Mr. Jeremy Conn '95 and Mrs.<br />

Erin Metzger Conn '97<br />

Dr. Derek Cooley and Dr.<br />

Hea<strong>the</strong>r Tubbs Cooley<br />

Cornerstone Foundation<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dobyns<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Drees<br />

Rev. and Mrs. Tom Duke<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ehlen<br />

Mr. and Mrs. John Eng<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Espenshade<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Esposito<br />

Ms. Fleet Fangman<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Frazer<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Gaker<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Gardner<br />

General Electric Foundation<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Chuck Goebel<br />

Mrs. Beverly Grant<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Grimes<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gruber<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Cart Hall, Jr.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Harris<br />

Ms. Patricia Heath<br />

Mr. Justin Hendy and Mrs.<br />

Megan Dinkelacker Hendy '03<br />

Mr. and Ms. Brian Herriott<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Gary Huber<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Hue Jackson<br />

JSM Partners LLC<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kadnar, C.P.A.<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Kaesemeyer<br />

Mr. Ben Stover and Ms. Kristy<br />

Kelly<br />

Ms. Tunu Kinebrew<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kirbabas<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Judd Klusmeyer<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kue<strong>the</strong><br />

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Kushon<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Won Lee<br />

Mr. and Ms. Nick Lorenz<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lyle<br />

Ms. Elaine Marsh<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Mathison<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mays<br />

McSwain Carpets and Floors<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason McSwain<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Ron McSwain<br />

Megen Construction Company<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Murphy<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myers<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Needham<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Null<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Evans Nwankwo<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ochs, IV<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Pairan<br />

Dr. Abe and Dr. Joyce Philip<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Phillips<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Price<br />

Dr. Jerome Puryear, Jr. and Dr.<br />

Latonya Brown-Puryear<br />

Mr. Paul Richard and Mrs.<br />

Darla Ridner<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Robinson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Ruberg<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sanderson<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Saxby<br />

Dr. Jonathan Snyder '98 and<br />

Mrs. Jessica Martin Snyder '98<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Spitzmiller<br />

Mr. and Mrs. David Thompson, Jr.<br />

Dr. Kathleen Verderber<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Visconte<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wilkins<br />

Dr. and Mrs. Paul<br />

Wojciechowski<br />

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Yelton<br />

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Step into CHCA and you will discover an extraordinary,<br />

Christ-centered education unlike any within <strong>the</strong> city,<br />

where our students have countless opportunities to<br />

CHOOSE MORE. Here <strong>the</strong>y find <strong>the</strong>ir place, pursue<br />

<strong>the</strong>ir gifts, streng<strong>the</strong>n <strong>the</strong>ir faith, and make an impact<br />

on our world. And <strong>the</strong> outcome? Our students realize<br />

<strong>the</strong>y can BE MORE.<br />

ADVANCING THE MISSION<br />

Since CHCA’s earliest days, our engaged and<br />

abundantly generous community has fueled <strong>the</strong><br />

mission of CHCA, enabling our students to flourish<br />

academically, spiritually, and socially. Preparing our<br />

students for lives of kingdom impact and influence,<br />

<strong>the</strong> reach of CHCA’s mission spans across our city,<br />

throughout <strong>the</strong> country, and around <strong>the</strong> world.<br />

CHCA Advancement Office<br />

Beshear Family Welcome Center<br />

8283 East Kemper Road<br />

Cincinnati, Ohio 45249<br />

www.chca-oh.org<br />

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In <strong>the</strong> same way, let your light shine before o<strong>the</strong>rs, that<br />

<strong>the</strong>y may see your good deeds and glorify your Fa<strong>the</strong>r<br />

in heaven.<br />

- Mat<strong>the</strong>w 5:16<br />

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8283 East Kemper Road<br />

Cincinnati, Ohio 45249

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