Eagles Eye 2019 including the 2018/2019 Annual Report

debbie.shear

The 30th Anniversary edition of Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy's Eagles Eye and 2018-2019 Annual Report

SPECIAL 30TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION 2019

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

Including the

2018-2019

ANNUAL REPORT


2019 EAGLE'S EYE

Volume 23

2018 - 2019

ANNUAL REPORT

EDITOR

Jennifer Murphy

DESIGNER

Sara Fox

PHOTOGRAPHERS

Dan Ledbetter

Julie Lockett

Aaron Pegg

Tammy Rosenfeldt

CONTRIBUTORS

Ben Beshear '97

Randy Brunk

Julie Carnes

Stephen Carter

Beth Cox

Natalie Pfister

Sarah (Eslick) Robinson ’09

Tammy Rosenfeldt

Paige Tomlin

Mike Wallace

EAGLE'S EYE MAGAZINE

Eagle's Eye is published annually by

Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy

Please send address changes to

Paige.Tomlin@chca-oh.org or

513.247.0900

Visit us on the web at

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@GoCHCA

Promise Statement

Centered in the shared love of Christ,

Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy is the college-preparatory,

preschool through grade 12 independent school

that inspires and challenges students to discover, hone,

and steward their one-of-a-kind gifts

as they come to know themselves as distinct

and unconditionally loved creations of God.

CHCA's vibrant, multi-denominational family of learners

creates a sheltering -- but not sheltered --

environment where, supporting each other and guided

by expert Christian teachers,

students wrestle with increasingly complex,

timeless, essential questions in order

to strengthen their minds and their faith.

Beginning with the end in mind, CHCA graduates

young adults fully prepared to succeed in college and beyond;

to engage effectively and lovingly with different cultures,

viewpoints, and ideas; and to achieve significant impact

and influence with discerning wisdom, courageous curiousity,

and resilient Christian faith --

where others pull back, they lean into life.

@GoCHCA

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TABLE OF

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FROM THE HEAD OF SCHOOL

6 #GOCHCA

FILLING THE CUP & FUELING

THE STORY

WHAT'S MAKING HEADLINES

2018-2019 CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS

CLASS OF 2019 FEATURE &

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

A BIT ABOUT OUR VAL & SAL

CLASS OF 2019 RECOGNITIONS

CULTIVATING COMMUNITY

THROUGH ALUMNI ENGAGEMENT

ALUMNI NOTES

30TH ANNIVERSARY FEATURE

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2018-2019

ANNUAL REPORT

FROM THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

TREASURER

CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS

THE YEAR IN REVIEW

2018-2019 FINANCIAL REPORTS

FROM THE DIRECTOR OF

ADVANCEMENT

2019 CELEBRATION

2019 GIVING DAY

30-HOUR CHALLENGE

SOARING EAGLE

CIRCLE OF GIVING 2019

2018-2019 EAGLE ANNUAL FUND

GIFTS IN MEMORY OF

& GIFTS IN HONOR OF

FINE ARTS DONORS & SPONSORS

ATHLETICS DONORS & SPONSORS

AFTER PROM DONORS

GIFTS FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES

ROBOTICS DONORS & SPONSORS

MACLELLAN FOUNDATION GRANTS

LIGHT THE WAY CAPITAL CAMPAIGN

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FROM THE

HEAD OF SCHOOL

Having two sons in the world of business “startups” has been both challenging and

fascinating at the same time. These boys have taught me that the world in which

they live is nothing like the world I was preparing to enter in my secondary school

years. Things have certainly changed. In fact, the pace of change in educational

pedagogy has been increasing for years and there is no end in sight.

RANDY BRUNK

CHCA Head of School

As educators in the 1990s, we could sense things were changing; but we could

barely foresee beyond the horizon. Technology was descending upon school

classrooms introducing new possibilities, but it was not necessarily modifying the

curriculum or the way we taught. We knew adjustments were imminent, but we

were scrambling to best understand the how, what, and why. And not surprisingly,

it was actually the students who taught us the answers to these questions. They

were starting to use devices to communicate, research, create, game, learn, and so

much more. The most nimble and tech-oriented teachers watched and learned

and then began leveraging student interest and engagement to their advantage.

That spurred even greater usage and clarity for us all, and we sensed by the early

2000s, this fast-paced change would become the norm and things were forever

changing. It was clear this was not just another fad (like open classrooms) as

fundamentally new ways of learning and student engagement were coming to life.

At CHCA, we made a strategic decision years ago to embrace this change and

teach through it. Several years ago, a middle school teacher by the name of Lance

Webel taught me something that guides my thinking to this day. At the time, we

were confronted with the reality of the social forum, “MySpace”. It was the first

widely used social media platform by students of that day. Parents and teachers

alike sounded alarm bells as kids often used it improperly and were sometimes

the victims of another student’s misuse. At the time, I asked Mr. Webel to help

us to essentially shut it down. He snickered and said that was simply futile. He

proceeded to describe a much wiser approach...“Don’t make it taboo, teach them

how to use it properly.” That approach has become our refrain as the changes

continue to come with multiple social media and digital platforms at play – and

platforms that are not going away anytime soon. We find that philosophy to

largely work best, and find ways for positive reinforcement when we can.

Now, I recognize that not all uses of technology are considered good. We all

have abundant horror stories I am sure. But also recognizing that most of what

is coming down the pike is going to make its way into our children’s lives, with or

without us, we need to be consistent in teaching good stewardship and healthy

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

something very interesting about this conundrum. He encourages us to stay on

top of all that is happening and be a voice of reason in the midst of the confusion.

He likens it to how professional kayakers approach rivers. Professionals actually

paddle their boat forward to gain control over where they go in fast-paced rapids.

Our tendency as amateurs is to try to slow the boat down to get more control. It

is actually better to stay ahead of the water rather than letting the water take us

wherever it wants to go, which may not be a safe route.

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

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

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

reasonable, and profitable voice.

We are seeing the positive effects of increased student voice, engagement, and choice brought on by

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

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

foray at CHCA is into the world of entrepreneurship. There is something very symbiotic with increased

student engagement and ownership of learning paired with the concept of investment and return that is

embedded into entrepreneurship. Scripturally, this can be seen in Paul’s writing to the Galatians about

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

plant. Those who live only to satisfy their own sinful nature will harvest decay and death from that sinful nature.

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

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

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

6:7-10). Never has there been a better time for students to be exposed to concepts of sowing and reaping;

investment and return. It is not as much about making money as it is about an understanding of the reality

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

lasting and positive impact.

My boys love the world of startups. They are very much in control of their investments (sowing) and tend

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

they make those decisions with a Kingdom mindset...one that shows they understand what really matters

in this life. They are attempting to make a better world not only for themselves, but for others as well. Yes,

the devil can use these same tools for very negative purposes and many of his converts use technology,

social media, and more as agents of destruction. But, if we can use these tools instead to drive healthy

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

life as they use them, it can be a true win-win.

This is just the beginning of this wave of innovation in education and certainly more is coming. I could

write a book about the opportunities our students have each day under the instruction of teachers who

choose to paddle forward, bringing students along with them as they enter exciting and unchartered

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

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

here. We go after the best ways to engage our students. We go after the hearts of our students. We go after

excellence in all we do.

We covet your prayer and conversation about these things as we all move confidently forward. Our

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

heart for His kingdom.

Randy Brunk, CHCA Head of School

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#GOCHCA

It’s more than just a hashtag.

It’s more than a rally cry.

It’s community. It’s students highly engaged in their

learning. It’s giving back to the place that pours into our

families. It’s dedication. It’s a life-defining experience.

It’s what school is meant to be. It’s support on and off

the stage. It’s encouragement on and off the field.

It’s a meaningful journey. It’s a winning moment.

It’s choosing more and being more than you could

ever imagine. It’s innovation. It’s what happens

when you discover your God-given gifts. It’s

focus on what’s important. It’s working hard and

getting the reward. It’s inspiration. It’s awesome

experiences outside of the classroom. It’s

worship and praise. It’s a special place that God

graciously put on the hearts of our founders 30+

years ago.

For 30 years and counting, we’ve been on the

go. We go after what matters... Support from a

strong community. Students highly engaged in their

learning. Praying for and serving one another and

others. Giving back to the place that pours into our

families. Dedication to that for which we are passionate.

Learning, leading, and serving with purpose.

We’re glad you’re a part of this journey!

#GOCHCA

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FILLING THE CUP

& FUELING THE STORY

BY STEPHEN CARTER

“There's a story in that cup,”

Braydon says, standing by the circular table imprinted with a tasting wheel.

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

roasted bean. It’s the story of coffee.”

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

students in the business entrepreneurship class through a detailed coffee cupping explaining the subtleties between

fragrance and aroma, and between flavor and aftertaste.

"I taste fruit," one student said.

“What kind of fruit—be specific, there’s no wrong answer,” Braydon said, reaching for a marker to write the

tasting note on the whiteboard.

“Sort of a berry, I guess. Maybe a blackberry?”

“Blackberry—that’s awesome,” Braydon said, as the students continued making their way around the table, sampling

the variety of coffees.

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When the group returned to school, pictures from the

day were posted on social media—images of students

leaning in to take in the aroma of bean-to-bar cacao from

Maverick Chocolate, pictures of exquisite latte art from

third-wave coffee shops, and stills from the cupping. After

the typical likes and shares had died down, an interesting

series of comments appeared under the post.

“Jealous,” one comment read, posted by Jeremy Devin,

class of 2016. This was followed by “Same” from Alana

Lindenfeld, class of 2017. Candace Pfister, class of 2018,

replied and wrote, “I miss this and you, Megan Peck,” to

which Megan Peck, class of 2019 replied, “Candace, I miss

this and you too!”

Despite the years separating them, all four of these former

students are part of a growing community of both alumni

and current students at the school—a community growing

out of the burgeoning Business Entrepreneurship Program.

The flagship business of this program is the Leaning Eagle

Coffee Bar, established as a permanent, student-run

business in 2015, and from Jeremy Devin to Megan Peck,

each of these students became full-fledged baristas

through their work in taking coffee to the next level.

And now that's part of their story.

By her junior year, Candace was working at the coffee bar,

and her senior year she was the overall manager of the bar.

Through her leadership, the coffee bar grew exponentially

and reached unforeseen heights in excellence. This

excellence is best epitomized by Valentine’s Day.

Unbeknownst to anyone, Candace designed handmade

valentines complete with Bible verses and attached them

to the cups so that all customers on February 14th left The

Leaning Eagle feeling loved.

Candace is now a sophomore at the College of Charleston

majoring in economics. Last year she participated in the

ImpactX startup accelerator as part of their School of

Business where she and her team fulfilled the stated goal

of “creating a business that makes a profit while making

a difference” by creating an app called “food fighter”

which helps consumers lower their personal food waste

by tracking grocery spending. She explained that the

business entrepreneurship program at CHCA helped

her understand an elevator pitch—something she “…is

continuing to master.”

In the end, her team won the $6,000 grand prize.

And thus her story grows.

In much the same way, so continues the story of the

Business Entrepreneurship Program. Last year, CHCA’s

business class hosted the Food Symposium, a large-scale

event which brought over five hundred attendees, most

with no CHCA affiliation, to the school for a two-day

conference complete with national speakers, local authors,

business owners, restaurateurs, farmers, and professional

chefs. The event was made possible by the dedicated work

of students who served coffee drinks, managed the food

truck rally, acted as ushers, assisted with the exhibition hall

set up, and even published articles about the proceedings.

At CHCA, we love stories. We root for our athletic teams

who defy all odds to raise the bar in our standard of

excellence. We cheer for our students who earn academic

accolades and go on to achieve prestigious awards in

college. We stand in awe of our fine arts performers who

display talents far beyond their age. We champion the

teachers who go above and beyond the classroom every

day, we celebrate the parents who sacrifice to give their

children the best education, and we stand behind the

administrators whose bold visions bring exciting changes to

our campus.

Although someone’s story begins before they first step

foot on CHCA’s campus, it is the nature of CHCA to

dramatically shape that story. For Jeremy Devin, the

Business Entrepreneurship Program played a vital role in his

story: “It definitely helped me with communication skills

and developing leadership. From group projects in college

to leadership positions in extracurricular activities, I was

more prepared.”

In addition to discussions around food, the event focused

on the need for sustainability. In order to fully embrace

this idea, the Business Entrepreneurship Program began

the task of minimizing the carbon footprint of The

Leaning Eagle Coffee Bar. With this task came a series of

challenges—even if compostable cups were used, would

they just end up at the landfill with everything else? If

local products were found, how would we get them to the

school? In traditional entrepreneurship fashion, challenges

led to solutions. In addition to compostable cups, GoZero

Services was hired to take all the compost to a facility

that would turn the cups and coffee grounds into nutrient

dense soil. Local grass-fed milk from Hartzler Dairy is now

delivered once a week in reusable glass bottles that the

students carefully rinse after use.

The excitement over these changes has brought about

a new standard of excellence at the coffee bar. Ask any

student barista about the milk and prepare to hear an

earful about low-temperature pasteurization and the

benefits of non-homogenization.

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Inquire about the coffee and listen to the stories of directtrade

coffee beans and how the farmers benefit. Purchase

a drink and hear the students request the empty cup be

brought back so it can be composted.

The momentum from the Food Symposium impacted

not only the coffee bar, but also the very essence of the

Business Entrepreneurship Program at CHCA. This year,

the program has taken on the school garden situated

between the EBL campus and Founders’—generously

donated by the O’Brien family in 2014, the garden had

grown over and was in need of maintenance. In the spirit

of local food and understanding the importance of the

seed, the garden was restored to its growing potential and

is now functioning as an innovative outdoor classroom for

all CHCA students. The PK-4 class planted radish seeds in

the fall only to harvest them five weeks later. The second

graders saw the seeds they started in their classroom move

to the garden’s raised beds. One of the third grade classes

visited the garden to harvest snap peas and walk through

the vineyard.

And the story grows.

Next year will bring about incredible additions for business

entrepreneurship at the school—chief among these will be

the establishment of a certificate program for upper school

students which will be awarded to graduating students who

have completed several internships at the various studentrun

businesses along with a set course of study. This

will include a newly designed Upper School class called

“Perspectives in Entrepreneurship and Sustainability” in

which community leaders and experts will be engaged to

bring topics of critical interest to the campus in a TED talk

format.

In addition to the Upper School offerings, students

in all grades at all campuses will be introduced to

entrepreneurial involvement at their respective age levels.

As the number of student-operated businesses increases,

so too does the number of interested students. Included

within the entrepreneurship umbrella will be an increased

emphasis on sustainability at the school with a goal to

reduce food waste, raise awareness about composting, and

create a school wellness program to bring about a higher

level of nutritional education. This will be paired with

future awareness events in the vein of last spring’s Food

Symposium.

It goes without saying that exciting happenings are

underway in all campuses of the school. It goes without

saying that The Leaning Eagle Coffee Bar is just the

beginning. It goes without saying that there are stories

brewing in our cups and growing in our gardens.

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WHAT'S MAKING

HEADLINES

With each passing year at CHCA, students, faculty, staff, and parents are regularly making

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

community is consistently learning, leading, and serving with nothing short of excellence. After

all, it’s the heart of who we are and what we do as a school and community.

Here is a glimpse of many of the stories that made headlines in the 2018-2019 school year.

If you want to dive deeper into these stories, visit our news page on our web site: chca-oh.org.

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

CHCA Students and Alumni Compete and Win Three Awards in

Teen Film Challenge

13 Upper School students and alumni work together to create film for contest.

CHCA Grade 6 Student Makes a Difference in the Lives of Foster

Children

Maddie Richman uses Operation Impact idea to help others.

Ten CHCA Seniors Have Been Recognized by the National Merit

Scholarship Corporation

Chanse Ashman, Douglas Hansford, Abby Jutt, Hannah Odom, and Sydney Sauer have been named

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

been recognized as National Merit commended students.

CHCA's Upper School Named Best Christian High School in Ohio

CHCA upper school recognized once again in Niche ranking.

CHCA Volleyball Teams Raise Over $3,700 for the Leukemia and

Lymphoma Society

CHCA Shantytown October 2018

CHCA upper school students experience what it would be like to be homeless.

CHCA's Upper School Presents "The Man Who Came to Dinner"

CHCA Upper School theater students bring comedy to the stage.

CHCA Fall Athletes and Coaches Recognized by the Miami Valley

Conference

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Special Veterans Day Concert Features 96-Year Old WWII Veteran

Pilot as Emcee and Guest Conductor

CHCA Student Cast in The Children's Theater of Cincinnati's "Santa

Claus: The Musical"

Grade 7 student, Madelynn Glenn, cast in her second TCT production.

Aquaponics and Stem Education Flourishes at Cincinnati Hills

Christian Academy

CHCA aquaponics program collaborates with Jubilee Project and NASA.

CHCA Student Cast in the Cincinnati Ballet's production of "The

Nutcracker"

Grade 6 CHCA student, Caroline Blair, shares her passion for dance with the Cincinnati Ballet.

CHCA Dedicates Advanced Placement Art Gallery in Summers' Honor

Recognizing Fine Arts Director, Mona Summers, for over twenty years of dedication to the arts at CHCA.

Northeast Cincinnati Rotary Honors CHCA Student

CHCA senior, Peyton Bach, receives prestigious award.

‘Armleder Eleven’ Reflect on Their CHCA Education as Seniors

Armleder class who met in Kindergarten still close friends as they head to graduation together.

Legacy of Light

Mr. Hilderbrand’s Stained Glass Class revealed a piece they have been working on since the beginning of the

school year, now permanently installed in CHCA's greenhouse.

A Special Journey: Finding My Way Along the Camino

Special journey for CHCA alumna, Ellie Coggins ‘14.

CHCA Students' Films Receive Numerous Film Festival Recognition

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

awards December 7, 2018 at a banquet in Brooklyn, New York. Senior Gabe Schmidt was recognized among

filmmakers ages seventeen and younger for directing the short film Under Pressure.

CHCA Students Present Disney's "Mary Poppins JR." to Four Sold

Out Crowds

Grade 5-8 students sing, dance, and fly in their production of Mary Poppins JR.

Ten CHCA Seniors Sign with Athletic Scholarships

CHCA student athletes sign college commitments.

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CHCA Hosts 'Teal Power' Event for Ovarian Cancer Awareness

Teams, players, and the community at large participated in raising nearly $4,000 for Ovarian Cancer Alliance

of Greater Cincinnati.

Five CHCA Seniors named National Merit Finalists

Seniors Chanse Ashman, Douglas Hansford, Abby Jutt, Hannah Odom, and Sydney Sauer all received

notification that they are advancing to the final round of the competition.

CHCA Winter Athletes and Coach Recognized by the Miami Valley

Conference

Two CHCA Senior Athletes Recognized by the National Football

Foundation

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

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

presented with the "Tom Potter Memorial Award of Courage."

CHCA Grade 7 Student Named National Geographic GeoBee Ohio

State Championship Semifinalist

Jacob Kaesemeyer has been notified by the National Geographic Society that he is one of the semifinalists

eligible to compete in the 2019 National Geographic GeoBee Ohio State Competition.

CHCA’s Upper School Theatre Department Presents Les Misérables

Audiences were blown away by the talent of the cast and crew of Les Misérables.

CHCA Student's Film Receives Awards and Acclaimed Recognition

Senior Gabe Schmidt recently won top honors in two categories at the Kids Film It Festival, earning him

acclaim from Hollywood film moguls.

CHCA Student Qualifies for Power of the Pen State Tournament

Abby Rosenfeldt recognized for her writing skills.

Pathway to Sustainability: An Invitation for Conversation

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

and breakout session the afternoon of Thursday, April 4, featured over 35 speakers, and ended the evening

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

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CHCA Celebrates 21st Annual School Arts Festival ArtBeat

Students shine on stage and with visual art at CHCA's ArtBeat.

Two CHCA Students Awarded the AJC Human Relations Award

CHCA seniors Chanse Ashman and Kaylie Glenn have been awarded the AJC Simon Lazarus, Jr., Human

Relations Award, recognized for their work with dementia patients.

CHCA Celebrates SOS Leaders

Over 40 Student Organized Service leaders recognized for their dedication to service at CHCA.

CHCA Announces 2019-2020 NJHS Inductees

CHCA welcomes 40 new members to NJHS.

Build It (and Pray About It) and They Will Come

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

ultimate Frisbee" with a handful of families has turned into a competitive school team who has made their

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

CHCA Names 2019 Upper School Scholarship Winners

Current and future Upper School students at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy were recognized for their

academic accomplishments, leadership, and service contributions.

CHCA Upper Elementary Students Pursuing Passions in Third

Annual "Operation Impact"

Grades 4-6 use their passions to change the world.

Seventeen CHCA Students Inducted into International Thespian

Society

Years of acting, student production, and orchestra leads to recognition for these talented students.

145 CHCA Students Earn The President's Volunteer Service Award

A record number of students are recognized for their service.

CHCA Students Take on Another Teen Film Challenge

Eight current and former CHCA students teamed up last weekend to create a new film for the 2019 Teen

Film Challenge, and they will showcase their work right at home.

CHCA Student Team Wins Film Challenge

Eight CHCA students and alumni win big at film challenge.

A Summer of Sowing-CHCA Students Host Peers from Northern

Ireland in Ulster Project

CHCA sophomores Rhiannon Crichton and Christopher and Griffin Max have life changing summer while

hosting students from Ireland.

A Creative Independent Study Journey

CHCA 2019 alumna, Maria Pancioli, creates stunning 4' x 8' stained glass masterpiece that pays homage to

CHCA and the city of Cincinnati.

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CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS

2018-2019

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CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS

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CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS

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2019

CLASS OF

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“Commit to the LORD whatever you do,

and he will establish your plans.”

- Proverbs 16:3 (Class Verse)


CHCA CELEBRATES

the accomplishments of the Class of 2019

by the numbers...

...and so much more achieved

by this special class!

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COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS

DR. NEVILLE PINTO

President, University of Cincinnati

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A BIT ABOUT OUR

VAL & SAL

SYDNEY ANN SAUER

Class of 2019 Valedictorian

Sydney arrived at CHCA halfway through fourth grade,

and she is grateful for all the opportunities CHCA provided

her. She was a National Merit Finalist and a National

AP Scholar, having studied 12 AP classes, and received

a perfect score on the ACT. She was also a CHCA

Distinguished Cum Laude Scholar and received 9 CHCA

Academic Excellence Awards. Outside of class, she loved

to learn and explore everything from foreign languages

to environmental science in her free time. In addition to

academics, Sydney played several varsity sports including

soccer, softball, and track and field, where she was awarded

MVC First Team in shotput as a freshman. She also enjoyed

working with the International Student Program in a variety

of roles and was heavily involved with the Food Symposium.

Outside of school, she participated in local government

as the student representative to the Hamilton County

Recycling and Solid Waste Policy Committee, volunteered

with a local hospice organization, and worked part-time

through the school year as a math tutor at Mathnasium.

She’s also an accomplished writer, having sold over 200

articles to various businesses around the world, and her

work has been published by Vox. Above all else, she loves

being with people, especially her friends and family. She

is attending The Ohio State University as an Eminence

Fellow, pursuing a double major in computer science

and journalism.

JULIA KATHRYN STOTZ

Class of 2019 Salutatorian

Julia joined CHCA in fifth grade and is thankful for the

excellent teachers and educational opportunities from

which she learned. Julia was a CHCA distinguished scholar,

Learn Scholarship recipient, and AP scholar with honors.

Julia was truly honored to receive the four-year social

studies award, as her academic passion is social sciences.

Beyond the classroom, Julia was a club swimmer for 10

years. She earned a four-year varsity letter in swimming

and was a district qualifier. She was named first team

all-conference both sophomore and senior years. In her

last season, she was a member of the 200-freestyle relay

that broke the school record. Julia also enjoyed playing

the flute in pep band. She was elected Mu Alpha Theta

president and National Honor Society vice president. Julia

volunteered over 400 hours during her high school years.

She especially enjoyed her role as a fifth grade Sunday

school teacher at her church as well as being an SOS

leader supporting Back2Back Ministries. Julia is attending

Washington University in St. Louis with a double major in

political science and economics.

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CLASS OF 2019

RECOGNITIONS

200+ SERVICE HOURS

Patrick Bruns

Kalia Crowell

David Hong

Samuel Hoyer

Kalaya Jones

Cindy Liu

Kendall Matsey

Ryan McDonough

Brady Metzler

Jackson Myers

James Nellis

Maria Pancioli

Bethany Panzeca

Benjamin Paris

Gabe Schmidt

Emma Shank

Robert Stewart

Kolby Toney

Sam Vanderkolk

Malcolm Vanderwoude

CHCA OUTREACH AND LEADERSHIP

300+ SERVICE HOURS

Michael Deines

Jeff Easterday

Evan Flagel

Lydia Hansee

Collin Jung

Sarah Koopman

Nicolson Panos

Corinne Vanderwoude

400+ SERVICE HOURS

Stefone Broaders

Kaylie Glenn

Teresa Hoyer

Abigail Jutt

Abigail O’Connell

Luis Paramo

Alayna Petersen

Sydney Sauer

Julia Stotz

Shannon Sturm

500+ SERVICE HOURS

Ana Burk

Hannah Odom

Elena Rempe

Rhian Solomon

Sidhu Thunga

Leanna Yuan

600+ SERVICE HOURS

Leon Bao

Gabriele Kim

Alicia Slouffman

Grace Vanderwoude

700+ SERVICE HOURS

Trevor Cebulskie

Charlotte Lee

Megan Peck

Madelyn Vezdos

800+ SERVICE HOURS

David Taylor

1000+ SERVICE HOURS

Peyton Bach

Wyatt Droege

Madeline Dykstra

Douglas Hansford

Carolyn Moon

PRESIDENTIAL SERVICE AWARDS

GOLD

Peyton Bach

Wyatt Droege

Doug Hansford

Carolyn Moon

Elena Rempe

David Taylor

SILVER

Leon Bao

Stefone Broaders

Ana Burk

Charlotte Lee

Megan Peck

Sidhu Thunga

BRONZE

Madeline Dykstra

Gabriele Kim

Sarah Koopman

Abigail O’Connell

Hannah Odom

Maria Pancioli

Ben Paris

Malcolm Vanderwoude

Madelyn Vezdos

Leanna Yuan

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SOS INTERNSHIP AWARD

Madelyn Vezdos

DEDICATION TO COMMUNITY AWARD

Carolyn Moon

4 YEAR LEADERSHIP AWARD

Leon Bao

NEYER FOUNDATION CHRISTIAN

LEADERSHIP

Elena Rempe

DICK SNYDER AWARD

Wyatt Droege

Leon Bao


1000+ SERVICE HOURS 800+ SERVICE HOURS

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CULTIVATING

COMMUNITY

THROUGH ALUMNI ENGAGEMENT

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

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

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

alumni to each other but bring them a new and vibrant connection with CHCA and its current students.

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

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

on a relational level while the students got to practice their writing skills! We capped it off with a pen pal pizza party

on campus. Students and alumni were able to meet their respective pen pals and step into their classrooms with a

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

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

in more geographically diverse locations.

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

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

advance the Kingdom no matter in what season God has placed them. We want to be that firm foundation on which

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

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

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

from where you came. Strong roots make for solid growth and offer us the opportunity to water and/or shade others

in their own growing seasons. Let this community be your water and let your branches be the shade of others as they

plant their roots. If we can help you succeed in your business by connecting you with other like-minded alumni, we

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

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

planning, please follow our Instagram page and join our Facebook group (@chcaalumni). If there is any way we can

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

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

you join the team!

SARAH (ESLICK) ROBINSON '09

CHCA Alumni Coordinator

ALUMNI BOARD MEMBERS

ZACH BOHANNON '02

ERIC LOFTUS '04

ROBBIE WILSON '04

CHRISTINA (KARAM) PAINTER '07

REAGAN SMITH '07

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SARAH (ESLICK) ROBINSON '09

NATALIE (MARKS) BOWMAN '09

ALICIA KOCK '10

MAYA (TRAYNHAM-RICHARDSON) MCCOLLUM '11

NICK MARSH '14


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BENN GANN

In April, Ben changed jobs and joined

the American Chemistry Council as a

Director in the Chemical Products and

Technology Division in its Washington,

D.C. office. In addition, he is now

engaged and plans to marry his fiancé

Courtney O’Keefe next summer.

1999

1 | BRAD STINSON

Brad and his family just bought a house!

He also started his Culture & Leadership

Consulting Firm four years ago, during

which his family sacrificed in ordered

for him to follow his purpose and grow

the business. The Lord has been so

faithful in leading their lives these past

four years and they have so many stories

of God showing up in their lives. They

are humble and grateful for this season.

Ephesians 3:20

2 | ELIZABETH (BETSY) CROSWELL

It has been such a busy year cheering on

the CHCA Eagles and Betsy’s 9-year-old

son, Hunter, through football, basketball,

and lacrosse. She looks forward to

watching the 4th grade boys bring home

another undefeated football season! Go

Eagles!

2000

3 |SARA MOORE WAGNER

Sara recently won a Sustainable Arts

Foundation Award for her poetry. This

award is given to support artists annually,

and she was chosen from a pool of 1100

applicants! You can read about it here:

http://www.sustainableartsfoundation.

org/awardees/, or on her website here:

www.saramoorewagner.com, where she

has posted other recent publications

and award news.

2001

4 | KARA BUCZEK

Kara has found a new passion -

performing flying trapeze with the circus

in Seattle. She trains with some of the

best professionals in the business at

Emerald City Trapeze Arts.

2002

5 | ERIN TATE SCHMERR

Erin (Tate) Schmerr married Daniel

Schmerr in 2011. They welcomed their

first child, Adela, on June 21, 2017. In

October of 2018, they opened Sonder

Brewing (located in Mason, Ohio) with

three other families. Sonder is a 30

barrel brew house in a 19,000 square

foot building located on 6.5 acres near

Procter & Gamble.

2003

6 | DENIS BEAUSEJOUR

Robynne and Denis are living in

Hoffman Estates, a suburb of Chicago.

They have two boys: Den (2.5) and

Julien (8 mo). Denis left FedEx about

three years ago and has been working

for O.C. Tanner. Robynne is a special ed

teacher at Barrington but is taking an

extended maternity leave to be home

with the kids. They try to make it back to

Cincy as often as they can!

2004

7 | SAL CHURI

This year, Salen moved down to Austin,

Texas to launch a venture capital fund,

Trust Ventures, which invests in startups

in heavily regulated industries, and

married his now-wife Lauren.

JOSH BAKER

Josh lives in Indianapolis with his wife

and daughter. After cooking in several

restaurants around Indy, he now runs

the kitchen at the newly opened Jailbird.

He loves making cooking fun again.

When he’s not working seven days a

week, he likes to fish and go hiking with

his wife.

2005

LAUREN DAVIES JESTER

Back in 2015, Lauren decided to

pursue one of her dreams to become

an entrepreneur. She chose to open

up a Smoothie King location, which is

a concept she fell in love with when

she worked at a Cincinnati location

while attending CHCA. She’s been

very blessed with success at her store,

but the greatest blessing it brought

her was being the place where she

met her husband Josh in 2016. Josh is

a Lieutenant on the fire department

in their local community in Granger,

IN. Things haven’t slowed down since

then and she wouldn’t change a thing.

They were married in ‘17, blessed with

triplets in ‘18, and just built a new forever

home in ‘19. Also this year Lauren was

honored to be named a member of the

Smoothie King King’s Club, being in the

top 10% of gross sales nationwide.

2006

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8 | SARA DURHAM NELSON

Sara and her fiancé Paul wed on

September 1, 2019 in Louisville, KY.

They have a lovely shotgun home in

Louisville’s Germantown neighborhood.

They adopted their sweet puppy Elouise

last August from a shelter and she

recently celebrated her first birthday.

Sara is celebrating two years working

with Humana Military this July and

recently received a promotion to Senior

Communications Professional. She is a

Mentor with the Big Brothers Big Sisters

School-To-Work Program. She is also

the Volunteer Coordinator for Dancing

Well: The Soldier Project, a non-profit

organization that brings the healing

power of music, dance and community

to veterans and loved ones suffering

from Post Traumatic Stress or Traumatic

Brain Injury. She also volunteers on

various committees within Humana,

including SALUTE!, the veterans

network resource group, and the Metro

United Way and Fund for the Arts

associate fundraising campaigns.

She and Paul are members of

Tomorrow’s Leaders, the National

Young Professionals Organization for

the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Sara was

recently selected to be the “voice” of

Humana Military’s new IVR (Interactive

Voice Response) phone system and

started a podcast with a fellow associate,

called “Humana Military Roll Call”. It’s

a short-form informational podcast for

Humana’s internal radio station. Their

goal is to help provide awareness and

education around Humana Military to

the larger Humana associate population.

9 | JAMIE HUXTABLE SWIGERT

Jamie is involved in the women’s

ministry leadership team at LifeHouse

Church in Lebanon, OH. Their goal is to

connect all women to other women in

the church, through Christ. She enjoys

volunteering at both her church & at

Camp Chautauqua in Miamisburg where

her husband is the Executive Director

(and leads CHCA‘s faculty and staff

retreat!). Their son is in Kindergarten

this fall & their daughter is in pre-school.

Her oldest step son got married in

March & her other other step son is

going into the US Navy! They like to

spend lots of time at the park, pool, or

exploring new places! God has richly

blessed them and they are so thankful!

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ALUMNI NOTES

2007 2007

CHRISTINA KARAM PAINTER

In the spring of 2018, we decided to put our Walnut

Hills condo up for sale. It was then that we also

decided to pursue something that has been on our

hearts for a while– live abroad for a long period

of time. This wasn’t a foreign concept to us as we

lived in South Africa for five months back in 2015.

Travel and exploration have always been shared

values for us as a couple. We love everything about

it: food, culture, history, architecture, and even the

car-free lifestyle. It’s no wonder why we decided

to do it again, only this time we have two toddlers

in-tow.

That didn’t stop us. Our desire to live in other

countries exceeded the intimidation of traveling

abroad for six months with a one and three year

old. We initially planned on taking a transatlantic

cruise to Barcelona to get our “sabbatical” off

on a relaxing point. We planned to get into the

mindset of the slower life while on the ship but

unfortunately it was damaged during a repair

two weeks prior to our departure date. That

unexpected cancellation was good practice for

many more unforeseen changes to come. We

decided to continue with the trip only to fly abroad

and change a few things around. Our trip would

start in Carcassonne, France and move east

through Lucca, Italy, Umbria, Split and Dubrovnik

Croatia, Montenegro, Tirana, Albania, Athens,

Greece, and possibly Turkey.

While in some ways, our life is simpler with fewer

possessions, no commuting, schedule flexibility,

etc., there has been no shortage of new stressors

to manage on a daily basis. But it’s strengthening

us as individuals and parents. We’re taking in the

small things– stopping more often, and having

slower days. Brian is working as an independent

consultant in analytics while I blog and manage

my personal chef business from afar.

EPIPHANY DAVIS

Epiphany just moved back home after 12 years performing as a dancer and

actor in New York City. Last year she founded the event company, Have an

Epiphany, LLC. They create custom events for any type of party. Now based

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

ihaveanepiphany.com

2008

EMILY GULBRANSEN

On April 29, Ted and Emily got engaged while traveling in Iceland. Ted is

originally from Boulder, Colorado and they have been together for four years.

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

wait to start this next chapter of their lives.

We know that our decision to live a bit of

retirement early in life is seen as irresponsible to

some; perhaps we can’t shake the mantra from

our favorite CHCA in-class movie, The Dead

Poet Society, “Carpe diem”. We’re not promised

anything, and too many times we’ve heard people

say, “I wish I did more when I was younger and in

better health.” Both of us are used to working full

or part-time and leading busier schedules. It was

time for us to hit pause, and experience parenting

in other countries.

GRACE SCHULER SPENCER

Grace and her husband Jonathan welcomed their first baby, Hudson Bruce

Spencer, at 8:14 AM on September 11, 2018 weighing 8lbs 2oz and 20.5

inches long. He has brought such joy and delight to their lives!

Our kids have been tremendously adaptable in

the newness of everything. Regardless, they’re still

two very young toddlers who keep us on our toes,

especially in the small spaces of our apartments.

Though they are too young to remember this

experience, we believe it will shape us as parents,

and them as individuals. We consider ourselves

incredibly blessed to be on this adventure.

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2008

NICK WILLIAMS

I never fully understood how important your professional

satisfaction was to your overall happiness in life until I left

my dream job at P&G to work for myself.

The last few years have been a whirlwind as I’ve gone from

working on Wall Street to working exclusively from my home

office. Change has always been a concept that I’ve been

comfortable with – evident by the lasting friendships and

draw I have to CHCA despite only having transferred in my

junior year.

Despite loving change, New York City is an incredible place

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

Leaving JPMorgan was a tough call but in 2016 I decided

to walk away from finance and return to what really made

me tick – consumer behavior. And what better place to do it

than P&G. I was lucky enough to experience multiple roles

on the Consumer & Market Knowledge Team, specializing

in a variety of things ranging from North American media

strategy to global consumer insights. This took me to

six different countries and cemented my passion for the

psychological and data driven world of consumer behavior.

The brilliant work being done across P&G only made it more

clear the opportunities to impact Cincinnati businesses

as well as other businesses globally who can leverage this

innovative approach to business growth. After two incredible

years at P&G, I couldn’t ignore the tug on my heart to create

something of my own and blend my recent experience in

consumer insights innovation with the scientific, data

modeling approach I borrowed from finance. This resulted

in the formation of DeepBridge Consulting, where we just

passed our first birthday, building brands and businesses

through a customer-first strategy.

Optically, my experiences over the past few years have

fluctuated wildly. But similar to CHCA’s approach to

learning, the theme is consistent across variables – you’ll

search endlessly for what you “want” to do until you shift

your focus on finding what you feel you were “meant” to do.

There you’ll find a level of fulfillment you didn’t really ever

consider realistic for you. Sometimes it means abandoning

safe choices and even common sense. Staying intellectually

curious has been the key for me to achieve personal and

financial freedom, while having time for other passions that

refuel me like help coach the Indian Hill High School Boys

Soccer Program.

But with so many exciting changes, one of the most critical

stabilities in my life has been the CHCA community and the

relationships cultivated over the years. I’ve crossed paths

and have collaborated with some former classmates and

CHCA alum doing INCREDIBLE things like David Curtin '09,

Kurt Kersey '08, Andy Garrett '09, and Austin Zekoff '09 to

name a few. I’m excited to see what the future holds!

2009

JANESSA SAMBOLA HARRIS

Janessa studied Political Science at Ohio University where she

was involved with the Association of Black Journalists and College

Democrats, working for President Obama's re-election campaign.

She relocated to Washington, DC to attend graduate school at

George Washington University, where she earned her Masters

degree in Media and Strategic Communications. She worked in

media relations at the Smithsonian National Museum of African

American History and Culture and now does public relations

consulting for reproductive rights and advocacy organizations.

Janessa married Doyen Harris '10 on May 4, 2019.

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2009

PHILLIP MAROSI

Philip and Megan Marosi are stationed in

South Korea. They have a one year old son

named Elijah Stephen.

1 | PAUL TEPFENHART

Paul recently moved to Austin, TX

to be closer to his family and start a

position with Charles Schwab, where he

is optimizing digital processes with Dev

and UX teams to make an easier client

experience. New to Austin, he is loving

the weather and BBQ! He is living close to

the Domain but currently building a house

that will be complete Spring 2020.

2 | LENA TOME SCHULER

Lena (Tome) Schuler went to work for

Crossroads Church after college and

started Crossroads Uptown on the corner

of University of Cincinnati's campus. The

church site began in Bogart's and then

rehabbed the former Old St. George

church, now welcoming in 1,500 students

and Uptown community members weekly.

Lena married Nick Schuler in 2016 and

they welcomed their first child, Louis

Brian, on May 27, 2018. Lena now serves

as the Crossroads Anywhere Community

Pastor, using digital tools to reach people

far from God and helping to start new

Crossroads communities around the

country.

2010

3 +4 | ERIN LLOYD

Since graduating medical school in 2018,

Erin completed her resident intern year

at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak,

MI while running a health and wellness

Instagram account (@erinmarie_md).

Recently giving a talk at Comerica Ballpark

in Detroit, she has made a strong effort

to increase public medical awareness.

In May, Erin became engaged to Lt. Rob

Healy, who is serving in the US Navy as

an Emergency Medicine physician. Erin

will continue her primary care training

on the east coast with plans to start a

preventative health & weight loss medical

practice.

COLIN COOPER

Since graduation, Colin moved to

Nashville to study Information Systems

Management and Music Business at

Belmont University. Upon graduating,

he started a video production company

called That's Classic Media in which he

makes wedding videos, corporate videos,

and country music videos with artists such

as Toby Keith, Jake Owen, and Kenny

Chesney. Alongside this, he also started a

personality brand with his buddy Austin,

called Austin and Colin, that produces

viral videos in Nashville. After five years

in business, he has just recently started a

new digital marketing agency called Mac

N Cheese Media. He is also single and

searching for his future wife.

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2009

ANDY GARRETT

Since leaving CHCA my focus has

primarily been on building and

developing my family. As a foundational

piece to this, I married my wife Hannah

in October of 2016. In June of 2018, we

celebrated the birth of our daughter

Rosemary Sparrow Garrett. Marrying

Hannah and pursuing parenthood have

been two of the greatest decisions I’ve

made in my life. Fatherhood has been a

journey of tremendous joys and successes

alongside of moments of frustrations and

defeats. I love learning to be a husband

and a father and I am confident that

they’re the most important roles I’ll serve

in my life. I am also involved in a few

small businesses that focus on creating

experiences that bring people together.

- Breakout Games - Escape Room

- Dart Rush Indoor NERF® Arena

- WIN CINCINNATI Live Trivia Show +

Rewards Program

I love these businesses because we get to

serve friends, families, and teams. I also

get to work on these projects with some

of my best friends, fellow alumni Mitch

Kenney '09 and Sam Handelsman '15.

With that, I’ve also failed a few

businesses and have found these

experiences to invaluable from an

educational standpoint.

Additional Life Principle: When I have

hard decisions to make, I often wonder

what will be most important to me when

I’m lying on my deathbed. My goal is to

get answers to my “What If” questions

because one of my greatest fears is

“wondering what would have happened

if I had tried to do something”. I want

to die with answers even if the answers

result in failures.

2010

5 | ANDREW COPP

Andrew and his wife Morgan recently

married in May. They spent their

honeymoon in Italy and Greece for two

weeks. Both Andrew and Morgan are

Miami University mergers, and have one

cat together. Drew works in Cincinnati as

a Lead FP&A Operations analyst for GE

Aviation.

6 | HANNAH FUSSNER DANIELS

Hannah bought her home in 2016, got

married in 2017, and is loving her family life!

BRETT FIELDS

Apart from getting engaged, Brett

graduated from Wright State's medical

school in May and matched into their

psychiatry residency program. He started

his psychiatry residency in July and is

rotating throughout multiple Dayton

hospitals.

7 | JACOB SCHOMAKER

Jacob and his wife Kimberly are currently

stationed at Joint Base Charleston, South

Carolina in the 14th Airlift Squadron. She

is a nurse at a Dermatology surgery clinic

that specializes in Mohs surgery. Jacob is

currently a Pilot of the C-17A Globemaster

III which is used in the employment of

worldwide, direct-delivery Joint Chief of

Staff airlift requirements. The C-17A has

the ability to project and sustain combat

forces directly from the CONUS into

short, austere airfields and theater drop

zones. Thanks to the versatility of the

C-17A, Jacob has been able to travel to

30+ countries and meet many amazing

people. His second deployment to Qatar

with the 816th EAS was scheduled for

this past September. He and his wife love

living in Charleston, SC and often spend

their free time hanging out on the beach

or eating the amazing food Charleston has

to offer. They look forward to hopefully

living there for another three years before

the Air Force sends them to their next

location!

2011

TIM OVERSTREET

Tim is currently working for Cincinnati

Childrens Hospital in the Division of

Psychiatry as a Mental Health Specialist.

In his position, he works directly with

children who have severe mental illness

and traumatic backgrounds. Tim plans on

getting a graduate degree in mental health

counseling and is currently finishing a

second degree in Neuroscience from UC.

Tim also created a blog called Depression

is X (www.depressionisx.com), which aims

to educate the public about mental health.

Tim got married a year ago is a proud

father of two cats.

*While CHCA celebrates the work and

accomplishments of all alumni, CHCA does not

endorse businesses and organizations represented

in updates.


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1 | AMY MIRLISENA

Amy is working for an incredible trilingual

charter school in Nashville,TN.

She was offered the lead kindergarten

teaching role and is also directing the

school's first musical this fall.

2 | KELLY CANAVAN

Kelly graduated (for the second time)

from The Ohio State University. She

graduated Cum Laude with a D.D.S.

from the dental school and has started

her residency program in Columbus.

Featured is a picture from graduation

day. One of her longtime CHCA

friends, Lauren Taylor '11 came up to

Columbus to see her pal graduate! Very

fun to now have a dentist in the family.

Congratulations Dr. Kelly Canavan!

ABBIE MAROSI APRILE

Abbie (Marosi) and Joe Aprile live in

Nashville, TN and have a nine-month

old son named John (Jack) Lewis.

2012

3 | ANNMARIE KADNAR RILEY

James '13 and AnneMarie moved back

to Cincinnati in the fall of 2018 after

she got her dream job at Greenacres

Foundation, not too far from CHCA!

She manages their herd of horses daily

and their pasture management system

with multiple species of livestock. James

is a fire fighter for Colerain Township

and the City of Forest Park, as well as

an investigator for fires and explosions

for Hamilton County. In their free time,

they train search and rescue dogs.

They currently have four dogs, three

working: one for Kentucky Emergency

Management (KYEM), one for FEMA,

and one in training for KYEM.

ANNA CAMBELL

Anna graduated from Lipscomb

University in 2016 and decided to go

back to nursing school. She is in her

second semester of at Columbia State

Community College.

2013

ABBY BOWMAN

Abby recently moved from Columbus,

OH to New York City as she transitioned

to a new position for Nationwide

Financial as an Education Specialist.

She travels in and around the Northeast

to train and teach clients who use

Nationwide products, specifically

focusing on the Retirement Plan sphere

in areas of corporate relationship

management and bilingual education.

She recently stopped by Ohio to run

the Flying Pig Marathon, and has really

enjoyed getting to explore all that the

Northeast has to offer.

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4 | EMILY TAYLOR KIRBY

Emily and her husband Robert, along

with their two fur babies Zoey and

Cooper, live in Summerville, SC while

Emily attends grad school for her

Master’s in Physician Assistant studies at

Charleston Southern University. Robert

is working downtown at MUSC as a

nurse in the Cardiovascular Intensive

Care Unit. They will reside there until

she graduates in December of 2020,

and from there will go wherever the

Lord takes them, because Robert is

aspiring to go back to school as well for

his Doctorate in Nursing as a Certified

Registered Nurse Anesthetist. Emily is

beyond grateful for her program because

Charleston Southern University is a

Christian university, and the faculty/

students are incredible guides to have

in her training. What drew her most

to the program was the fact that their

mission statement included the mission

statement of CHCA: “...integrating faith

in learning, leading and serving.” Every

day in class she is learning to "...be a

Health Care Provider who shows the

love of Christ to every patient I have the

privilege of taking care of." This season

has a lot of growth and learning involved,

but she is so thankful that her education

and growth at CHCA grounded and

prepared her to flourish as a future

Physician Assistant!

JESSICA HOLLIDAY

Jessica is in her second year as the

Spanish-Speaking Social Worker at

Bethesda North OB/GYN Center. She

works with every pregnant woman who

has stated their preferred language is

Spanish. She provides case management

and counseling to 120 (and increasing)

patients and their families. She leads

groups on family planning, safe

relationships, mental health, nutrition,

etc. for six prenatal educational groups.

Jessica also works with YWCA on their

Immigrant Survivors of Partner Violence

Committee and recently presented to

the community on new ways to discuss

family planning and safe relationships

with immigrant communities.

2014

JESS ELDER

Jess graduated from Cedarville

University in May 2018 with a degree

in English. She currently works at

Cedarville University's Centennial

Library while also pursuing a Master's in

Library and Information Science (MLIS)

through Kent State University in the

hopes of one day becoming an academic

research librarian. She enjoys working

with college students and helping them

with their literacy and research needs.

She still calls Cincinnati home, and when

not reading, she enjoys exploring the city

with her Scottish Terrier, Maggie, in tow!

5 | CAROLINE KUREMSKY

Caroline graduated from Butler

University with a degree in elementary

education in May of 2018. She was

named one of the university's Top

15 Students. She is now living in

Indianapolis, IN teaching the 5th grade.

Caroline teaches at the Reggio Inspired,

Butler University Laboratory School. In

the fall her school was visited by several

CHCA teachers and administrators who

traveled for inspiration to bring back

to Cincinnati. What a cool experience

to have both of her worlds collide

years down the road. When not in her

classroom, you can find Caroline on

the field at Lucas Oil Stadium as an

Indianapolis Colts Cheerleader. This is

Caroline’s second season on the team,

and she is finding it a great way to make

meaningful connections and friendships

post-grad, while also continuing her love

of dance. Within the Colts organization

Caroline has had the opportunity to

not only cheer on the sidelines, but also

participate in numerous community

appearances. While Cincinnati is her

alma mater, Indianapolis has quickly

become her “home away home.”

6 | ANGELA CARVER

Angela graduated from Auburn

University in May 2019 with a Bachelor's

of Engineering in Ecological Biosystems

Engineering and a Bachelor's of Science

in Organismal Biology. Her team won

the North American finals of Schneider

Electric's "Go Green! In the City"

business case competition in July of

2018. She later accepted a job as a

Performance Assurance Consultant in

the Energy and Sustainability Services

division of Schneider Electric. She

trained in Dallas, Texas for the summer

of 2019 and then planned to move to

Birmingham, Alabama.

7 | MATTHEW OVERSTREET

Matthew celebrated graduating this

past spring.

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WILL ELLIS

Will graduated from Miami University

with a degree in Music Education and

a minor in Music Theatre. Just this

past year, he was able to study classical

voice in Graz, Austria, perform in

“The Hunchback of Notre Dame” at

The Carnegie, music direct a student

production of "Carrie: the Musical", won

First Place in his category at the Ohio

National Association of Teachers of

Singing Voice Competition, and returned

to CHCA to help vocal coach their

production of “Les Misérables” and sing

with their orchestra! This summer, he

moved to Lenox, MA to work at Boston

University's Tanglewood Institute as

the Vocal Program Coordinator for their

six-week young artist voice program that

teaches prospective music majors from

around the world! After that he moved

to Columbus, OH looking for jobs in the

music and arts fields!

1 | SAM HANDELSMAN

January 2018, Sam married Alexa. They

met in 2015 while working at Breakout

Games. Right now his main focus is

learning how to be her husband and

leading their family well. Outside of

family, Sam is working on a project call

Win Cincinnati that he co-founded

with Andy Garrett '09. They partner

with Cincinnati brands and events to

promote them through giveaways and a

live trivia show where participants win

things. Sam has also been the General

Manager at Breakout Games Cincinnati

for the last four years.

2 | REBECCA RICHART

Rebecca graduated from the University

of Cincinnati and was commissioned as

a 2nd Lieutenant in May. She entered

active duty two days later and is now

stationed in Las Vegas, Nevada at

Nellis Air Force Base. She is an aircraft

maintenance officer working on F-15,

F-16, F-22, and F-35 fighter jets. "We

also have the Thunderbirds at Nellis."

(pictured) She is a proud aunt to two

nieces from her sisters ('06 and '10 grads).

MICHELLE BARNETT

Michelle is a recipient of the Fulbright

Scholarship to Ecuador as an English

Teaching Assistant, beginning October

2019 for nine months. Immediately

upon return from Ecuador, she will begin

her graduate program in Memphis at

Memphis Teacher Residency, earning

a Masters of Urban Education with

an emphasis in English as a Second

Language.

GABE HOYER

Gabe graduated from Belmont University

in May with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts

in Musical Theatre. He loved his four

years there, and is excited for what the

future holds. This summer, he performed

at Cedar Point in their flagship show,

“Nashville Hits”, at the Red Garter

Saloon. This fall he performed in Cedar

Point’s Halloweekends. “I am forever

grateful for the opportunities and lessons

given to me from CHCA, and how they

prepared me for the real world. God bless

you all!”

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3 | MORGAN BOWEN

As a student at Methodist University

in Fayetteville, NC, Morgan has been

on the Women’s golf team all three

years of school and will be continuing

on the team entering her senior year

of college. She was elected a team

captain her junior year and will be

carrying out that role her senior year as

well. She competed in the Division III

National Championship Tournament

her sophomore year, where they finished

8th, and returned her junior year where

they finished 3rd! She is a two-time

WGCA All-American Scholar and

a three-time USA South Academic

All-Conference team. This past golf

season, at the National Championship,

Morgan was named to the WGCA All-

Region team. Her junior year included

many other accomplishments: selected

to attend the PGA Annual Meeting

in Indian Wells, California where the

first woman president was sworn in,

voted the Most Outstanding Junior

for Professional Golf Management,

and added to the President’s List for

Academic Achievement! Having

to fulfill 16 months of internships in

the PGM program, she has served

internships at locations such as Country

Club of the Rockies in Edwards, CO,

Woodmont Country Club in Rockville,

MD, and she is currently interning at

the Jim McLean Golf School which is

located at The Biltmore in Coral Gables,

FL where she is pursuing an interest

and career in golf instruction. She is

enjoying her time at Methodist and so

grateful for these opportunities and

accomplishments! She is excited and

can't wait to see what her final year at

Methodist is going to bring!

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4 | HANNAH PRICE

Hannah spent June and July of 2019

doing mission work in Ljubljana, Slovenia

after spending last summer interning

at Great American Insurance Group in

downtown Cincinnati, Ohio!

*While CHCA celebrates the work and accomplishments of all alumni, CHCA does not endorse businesses

and organizations represented in updates.

ALUMNI*

NOTES

RECOGNIZING

SUBMISSIONS FROM

JULY 1, 2018 - JUNE 30, 2019

ALEX O'BRIEN

Alex worked this past summer as a Clinical

Research Assistant at Lindner Research

Center at The Christ Hospital. He's also

staying busy racing in triathlons with his

dad, while still attending the University of

Michigan.

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5 | JAYDA COLEMAN

Jayda is working as a Resident’s Assistant in

the Honors College this semester, as well as

serving on the Executive Board for a student

organization group called Sister Circle,

whose mission is to uplift women of color

personally, socially, & professionally.

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THIRTY YEARS of learning, leading, and serving and

preparing young adults to achieve significant impact and

influence according to their unique gifts.

WHERE DID YOUR JOURNEY BEGIN?


Celebrating 30 years of generosity which has provided over

$110,000,000 to advance the mission of Cincinnati Hills

Christian Academy!

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2018-2019

ANNUAL REPORT


The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; his mercies never come to

an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.

-- Lamentations 3:22-23

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FROM THE BOARD OF

TRUSTEES TREASURER

THE BESHEAR FAMILY

From Left to Right: Campbell '32, Ben '97, Lindsey, Logan '29

On behalf of the Board of Trustees Finance Committee, I am pleased to report that once again our independent

auditor, BKD, LLP, has issued a “clean” opinion regarding Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy’s (CHCA’s) financial

statements for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019. In this Annual Report on giving, you will find the consolidated

financial statements as well as graphic representation of revenues and expenses, which illustrate the financial health

of CHCA.

The Board of Trustees strives, in its deliberations and actions, to support the mission, values, and traditions of CHCA,

and to foster healthy long-term growth and strategic development of our programs. Our vision for the future is

focused on remaining Christ-centered while consistently enhancing the quality of our instruction, student and faculty

engagement in an ever-changing world, and building a strong, flourishing, and diverse community. Your contributions

allow us to realize these ongoing imperatives, and help us to maintain our financial strength in support of our vision.

As we work to support and fund initiatives for learning, faculty support, facilities, financial aid, academic enrichment,

arts, athletics, and more, we are deeply grateful to you for your trust, your gifts, and your time.

Moving forward with our eye on the future of CHCA, we assure you that the Board of Trustees remains focused on

maintaining the highest level of education and student engagement in an academically excellent, Christ-centered

institution. We ask for your continued prayers over our school community. As always, we welcome your feedback.

Blessings,

BEN BESHEAR ‘97

Treasurer, Board of Trustees

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2019-2020

BOARD

MEMBERS

CHCA’s Board of Trustees is comprised of a minimum of 12 members affirmed for a three-year

term by the Association. Board members whose first terms expire may be reaffirmed by the

Board for a second three-year term. For more information, visit www.chca-oh.org/about/trustee.

Back Row (L to R): Jon Adams ’95, Ben Beshear ’97 (Treasurer), Jon Snyder ’98, Kevin Hansell,

Randy Brunk (Head of School)

Front Row (L to R): Jude Schramm, Kirk Kirkland, Brian Van Jura (President), Jennifer Eng, Amy Connor (Secretary),

Wendy Mitchell, Angela Sweeney, Jason McSwain, Scott Phillips (Vice President)

Not Pictured:

Jill Blaxton, Andy Espenshade, Rod Flynn

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THE YEAR IN REVIEW

2018-2019 FINANCIAL REPORTS

A Look at Our Revenues and Expenses

2018/19 Actual 2017/18 Actual

REVENUES

Tuition & Fees

Contributions

State Funds

Investment/Other Income

Net Assets Released

TOTAL REVENUES

$21,857,519

$739,755

$1,473,625

$150,784

$209,452

$24,431,135

$20,884,911

$698,604

$1,487,729

$78,080

$337,227

$23,486,551

EXPENSES

Payroll & Benefits

Financial Aid

Operating Expenses

Reserves

$14,613,336

$2,962,493

$6,645,571

$0

$14,562,299

$2,739,408

$6,664,438

$0

TOTAL EXPENSES

$24,221,400

$23,966,145

NET INCOME $209,735 - $479,594

These numbers exclude certain areas that are contained in the audited financial statement, such as: capital gifts, endowment

gifts, and depreciation.

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BALANCE SHEET 2019 vs 2018

A LOOK AT OUR ASSETS

2019 2018

Cash & Investments

$52,752,477

ASSETS

Cash & Investments

Deferred Tuition

Receivables

$52,752,477

$5,082,095

$2,403,865

$50,741,652

$5,114,205

$2,938,264

Deferred Tuition

Receivables/Other Assets

Property & Equipment

TOTAL ASSETS

$5,082,095

$2,403,865

$38,969,340

$99,207,777

Property & Equipment

$38,969,340

$40,038,909

Interest Rate Swap

$0

$82,310

TOTAL ASSETS

$99,207,777

$98,915,340

Cash &

Investments

Deferred

Tuition

Receivables/

Other Assets

Property &

Equipment

LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS

Liabilities

2019 2018

CASH & INVESTMENTS

Accrued Expenses

$1,886,169

$1,944,642

Capital Reserve

Deferred Tuition

$5,082,095

$5,114,205

Take Flight

Interest Rate Swap

$619,747

$0

Bessie Steel (Armleder)

Long Term Debt

$9,824,555

$10,909,488

Light The Way

Total Liabilities

$17,412,566

$17,968,335

Schott International Fund

Net Assets

$81,795,211

$80,947,005

Cash Restricted

TOTAL LIABILITIES &

NET ASSETS

$99,207,777

$98,915,340

Farmer Armleder Fund

Lindner Armleder Fund

Teacher Incentive Endowment

CHCA DEBT BALANCE

NC Enhancement - Affordability

Pooled Endowments Tuition Reduction

NC Enhancement - Building

Cash Equivalents

Armleder Scholarship Funds

In 2019 the school refinanced debt (combined LTW construction

loan with operating debt) with two swap agreements (3% &

4.52%) making 100% of the debt locked in.

TOTAL CASH & INVESTMENTS $52,752,476

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FROM THE DIRECTOR

OF ADVANCEMENT

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For where your treasure is

your heart will be also.

– Matthew 6:21

At CHCA, we’re a community on the go. #GoCHCA is more than the hashtag we’ve

embraced; it is a rally cry for the momentum we have as a community. Thirty years

after our doors first opened, evidence of God’s blessing is all around us, and our

future is brighter than ever. We are:

• increasing opportunities for students in entrepreneurial ventures

• leveraging outdoor education and sustainability pursuits

• enabling our students’ passions for serving others

• broadening STEM coursework and experiences

• deepening our approach to theological integration

• growing our understanding of what it means to be a truly welcoming,

diverse community

• enhancing the gifts of our students through an expanding 360˚ athlete

focus and a growing number of performance opportunities in the arts

• expanding our global reach by welcoming international students from

seven countries and counting

To fuel this momentum, this year we’ve introduced a fresh approach to generosity at

CHCA. Giving enables each of us to make an impact, and we are excited to provide

new opportunities for our generous community to give to what we love. This new

approach offers two new ways through which you can choose to make an impact:

Give to the Mission and Give to Your Passion.

Both paths provide the springboard that will propel us forward as a school community.

Thank you for partnering with us to further the Mission of CHCA – to benefit not only

our students this year, but to strengthen our foundation for the next thirty years.

NATALIE PFISTER

Director of Advancement


GIVE TO THE MISSION

Your gift to one or more of these funds directly impacts operations and blesses students at CHCA.

CHCA MISSION IMPACT FUNDS

EAGLE SCHOLARSHIP IMPACT FUNDS

Students flourish in environments where they are

empowered to grow academically, spiritually, and

socially. Faculty benefit when resources enable

them to excel in these environments.

Scholarships open doors to the CHCA experience.

GIVE TO YOUR PASSION

Give to what you love! Your gift to one or more of these funds supports a unique aspect of the CHCA mission

and directly blesses our students and faculty.

ACADEMIC IMPACT ARTS IMPACT ATHLETIC IMPACT

Students and faculty thrive in handson,

interactive, and engaging learning

environments.

Students discover, cultivate, and hone

their creative gifts in top-notch facilities

with exceptional instructors.

We strive to build a culture of

champions while empowering student

athletes to reach the heights of their

God-given abilities.

FAITH & SERVICE IMPACT SPECIAL PROJECTS IMPACT SCHOLARSHIPS IMPACT

When faith, learning, and service come

together, lives are changed and the

impact is eternal.

The CHCA community strives for

excellence in all we do.

Students' passions for learning, leading,

and serving are boundless.

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2019 CELEBRATION

CELEBRATION 2019 “MASQUERADE GALA” fundraising dinner and auction held at the Savannah

Center on February 9, 2019 was a tremendous success! Through the generosity of sponsors, donors,

volunteers, and attendees, together we raised $180,000 to support CHCA. Additional highlights include:

• A record 446 guests attended

• 50 volunteers made the event possible

• 675 auction packages were sold

• Photo booth captured great memories

• Entertainment by Abby Cates ’19, accompanied by Carter Jackson ’17 capped off a memorable evening

In addition to the gala, Celebration sponsors the Annual Daddy Daughter Dance. We strive to provide

opportunities for fellowship while raising funds to support CHCA.

PLATINUM $10,000

Johnson Investment Counsel

Phillips Edison

GOLD $7,500

Silver Spring House

Yelton Fine Jewelers

SILVER $5,000

Fifth Third Bank

Neal’s Design and Remodel

Planet Fitness

BRONZE $3,000

McSwain Carpets & Floors

tdg Facilities Services

CORPORATE SPONSORS

Dr. Peter Cha, Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine

Keating Meuthing & Klekamp PLL

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

GALA DRAW SPONSOR

KeyBank

BAR SPONSORS

Ben Beshear ’97 & Pervis Bearden

GOLDEN APPLE SPONSOR

Jake Sweeney Automotive

MASQUERADE MASK SPONSOR

John and Emily Baumann

CRAFT BEER SPONSOR

Summit Financial Group

WINE WALL SPONSOR

Shiver Security Systems, Inc.

SECTION SPONSORS

Alpha & Omega Building Services

The Club at Harper’s Point

Enterprise

First Watch

Folchi’s Tuxedos and Menswear

Kids First Sports Center

Todd Homes, LLC

PROGRAM SPONSOR

The Alleen Company

Alpha & Omega Building Services

BKD, LLP

Jennifer and Peter Dardzinski of

Comey & Shepherd Realtors

Fischer Homes

Folchi’s Tuxedos and Menswear

MIS Solutions

UNO/Taco Bell

CELEBRATION CASH SPONSOR

Mr. Dennis Legault

Mr. and Mrs. Eiro Fukuda

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Del Greco

Mr. Randy Denker

Mr and Mrs. Timothy Russell

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Robinson

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kincaid

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Reagan

Mr. Dick Coffey & Mrs. Rose Palmieri

Hayden Dental Group

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. David Thompson

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RSVP for our 30th Birthday Celebration, February 1, 2020

chca-oh.org/celebration


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APRIL 24-25, 2019

WHAT’S THE 30-HOUR CHALLENGE?

A time to rally as many donors as possible to make a gift to fuel the mission

of CHCA, to help finish the year strong, and meet the match of a $50,000

donor challenge gift.

THE RESULTS

DONORS

The PASSION PROJECT with

the highest number of votes

(winning by just 5 votes) was the

UPPER ELEMENTARY PROJECT

to support an Eagle Scout in building an

outdoor chapel.

NEARLY

RAISED

SPECIAL THANKS TO THE CHALLENGERS

Former Trustees, Parents, and Alumni Parents together funded the challenge

match of $50,000

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Save the date for our 30th Anniversary 30-Hour Challenge

April 22-23, 2020


2019 30-HOUR CHALLENGER LIST

Mrs. Lisa Allgood

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Andrews

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Beshear

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Browne

Mr. and Mrs. David Clabaugh '96

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Clabaugh

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cool

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Droege

Dr. and Mrs. Jim Fennell

Mr. and Mrs. Brendon Hansford

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Horvath

Mr. and Mrs. Judd Klusmeyer

Mr. and Mrs. John Landrum

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Meador

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Neyer

Mr. Clark Sarver

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Snyder

Mrs. Angela Stutz

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Woods

2019 30-HOUR DONOR LIST

Mrs. Robin Albus

Mrs. Lisa Allgood

Dr. and Mrs. Jody Ames

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Anderson

Mrs. Nancy Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Andrews

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Andry

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Arnold, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick

Aschenbener

Mr. and Mrs. Adam Atallah '07

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Bach

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Baginski

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Baker

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Baker

Ms. Allison Ballard '08

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Ballish

Mr. and Mrs. Trae Balzano, III '07

Ms. Elaina Balzano '13

Mr. Greg Barkimer and Mrs.

Kristen Stutz Barkimer '99

Dr. Guy Whembolua and Mrs.

Mianda Bashala

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bass

Dr. and Mrs. Doug Bauman

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Baxter

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Beachy

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Beadle

Mr. and Mrs. Pervis Bearden, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Beatty

Ms. Laura Bechtel '01

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Behrman

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bellamy

Nate Bellamy '20

Mr. Ryan Berger and Mrs.

Rebecca Hall Berger '03

Mr. Alex Bertrams '14

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bertrams

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Beshear

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Beuerlein

Mr. Roger Thomas and Mrs.

Carly Bishop

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bishop

Mr. and Mrs. Rocke Blair

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Blair

Ms. Barbara Blanke

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blaxton

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bodley

Mr. Zach Bohannon '02

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollman

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Boni

Mr. and Mrs. Bob C. Bowman

Mr. Ron Bowman

Ms. Sarah Bowman

Mrs. Sandy Breitholle

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Broun

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Browne

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Brumbaugh

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Brunk

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Buesing

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Burton

Mr. Tony Byers and Mrs. Emily

Breitholle Byers '02

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Carnes

Mr. Kristopher Carnes '18

Mr. and Mrs. Chaz Carney, III

Ms. Alexis Caruso '12

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cebulskie

Mr. and Mrs. Rod Chamblin

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Christiansen

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Clabaugh

Mr. and Mrs. David Clabaugh '96

Dr. and Mrs. Jon Clark

Mr. and Mrs. Bryn Clark '07

Ms. Vicki Clark

Mr. Christopher Rankin and

Ms. Courtney Clark-Rankin '04

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clary

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Clayton

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Cobb

Rev. Jeffrey Colarossi

Mr. and Mrs. Rolando Collado

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Comstock

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Connor

Mrs. Lyn Conroy

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Cooke

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cool

Mr. and Mrs. Grant Cooper '05

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cox

Mr. Mike Smith and Ms. April

Craver

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Crichton

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crimmins

Mr. and Mrs. Pete Dardzinski

Mr. Darrell Rodriguez and Mrs.

Lucy Davila

Ms. Judi Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Rand Day, III

Mr. Luis de la Rosa and Mrs.

Gladys Garzon

Mr. and Mrs. Scott DeGroft

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Del Greco

Mr. and Mrs. Adam Deller

Mr. and Mrs. James Dempsey, III

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Derrickson

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Devin, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Tor Dietrichs

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dinkelacker

Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Doan, II

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dodson, Jr.

Mr. Karl Dollard and Mrs. Erika

Wasilewski Dollard '97

Mr. Ben Dougherty and Mrs.

Rebecca Dougherty '04

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Downey

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Drake

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Drees

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Droege

Rev. and Mrs. Tom Duke

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Eberhardt

Mr. Rob Egli and Mrs. Casi

McClellan Egli '05

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ehlen

Ms. Emily Eisenhower

Mr. Greg Panos and Ms. Janine

Eldredge-Panos

Ms. Sheri Ellis

Mr. Dmitri Engjurjan and Dr.

Katie Schneider

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Enns

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Espenshade

Mr. Matthew Evans '07

Mr. and Mrs. David Falk

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Fancett

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Feltman

Dr. and Mrs. Jim Fennell

Mr. Tom Fey

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Foust

Ms. Anne Frank

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Frazer

Mr. Eric Frey and Mrs. Elizabeth

Amend Frey '98

Mrs. Mindy Gallagher

Mr. Patrick Gallagher

Mr. Ben Gann '95

Mr. Alberto Garcia

Mrs. Marta Garcia

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Garlock '98

Mr. and Mrs. Marty Geiger

Mr. and Mrs. John Georgeton

Ms. Ashley Gerver

Mrs. Holly Getter

Dr. and Mrs. Nabil Ghabrial

Dr. Michel Ghastine and Dr.

Ghada Khalife

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gilkinson

Dr. Rita Girard

Mr. Scott Glenn and Dr.

Michelle Walker-Glenn

Dr. and Mrs. Chuck Goebel

Mr. and Mrs. John Green

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Grimes

Dr. and Mrs. Julian Guitron

Dr. DJ and Dr. Jayme Haeussler

Mr. Shinji Hagiwara and Ms.

Yuki Ono

Mr. and Mrs. Cart Hall, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall

Mr. and Mrs. Ford Halter

Ms. Alta Faye Hamblin

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hamilton

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hansell

Mrs. Debbie Hansell

Mr. and Mrs. Brendon Hansford

Miss Rebeca Hardy

Ms. Elizabeth Harms

Mr. Keith Harperink

Mr. Andrew Hartman

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hartoin

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haslem

Mr. Jason and Dr. Becky Hayden

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Hayes

Mr. and Mrs. Travis Haynam

Ms. Patricia Heath

Dr. and Mrs. Cortney

Henderson

Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Hensley

Mr. and Mrs. Judah Herman

Mr. and Ms. Brian Herriott

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Heydt

Ms. Krista Hiatt

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hill

Mr. Ben Himes and Mrs. Alison

Shiver-Himes

Mr. Cade Hock

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hockenbery

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hodges

Ms. Marie Hodges

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hoffman

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Holthaus

Ms. Jennifer Holtman

Mr. Travis Holtman

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Honerlaw

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Horvath

Mr. and Mrs. Josh Hostetler

Dr. Kevin Prezgay and Dr.

Barbara Houde

Dr. Jon and Dr. Laura Howell

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Huseman

Mr. Ben and Dr. Kelly Ickes

Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Johnson

Mr. Craig Kallendorf

Mr. and Mrs. Landon Kane

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2019 30-HOUR DONOR LIST (Continued)

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kassen

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Keenan

Mr. Ben Stover and Ms. Kristy

Kelly

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kennamer

Mr. Rob Kerpka and Mrs. Darah

Stutz Kerpka '02

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kersey

Ms. Kate Kersey-David '05

Mr. and Mrs. Brent Kindle

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kirbabas

Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Kirkland

Mr. and Mrs. John Kloster

Mr. and Mrs. Judd Klusmeyer

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Kohlan

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kost, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. David Kovacs

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kraft

Ms. Toni Kraft

Ms. Avery Kreul '16

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kuhlman

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kuremsky

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kuroff, Jr.

Ms. Gretchen Landrum

Mr. and Mrs. John Landrum

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Lang

Ms. Karen Larson

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Leamer

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Lessek

Mr. Ben Li and Ms. Katherine

Wen

Mr. and Mrs. Wen Li

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lindner

Mr. and Mrs. David Linger

Mr. and Mrs. David Linich

Ms. Debora Linich

Dr. and Mrs. Jim Lipovsky, Sr.

Dr. and Mrs. Daryl List

Mr. and Mrs. Kent Littlejohn

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Loftus '04

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Logue, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Long

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Loranzan

Mr. and Ms. Nick Lorenz

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lott

Mr. and Mrs. William Luken

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lupia

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Lutts

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lyle

Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Maddux

Mr. and Mrs. Sascha Maier

Ms. Elaine Marsh

Mr. and Mrs. James Mary

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Mathison

Ms. Tess McClain

Mr. and Mrs. Frank McConnell

Mr. and Mrs. Greg McDaniel

Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGrath

Ms. Maribeth McPheters

Mr. and Mrs. Jason McSwain

Mr. and Mrs. Ron McSwain

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Meade '02

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Menedis

Ms. Shaquanna Metcalf

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Metzger

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Meyer

Mr. Stephen and Dr. Krista

Migliore

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Miller

Ms. Uneice Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Milligan

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Mills

Mr. and Mrs. Louie Mishu

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Mitchell, II

Mrs. Cammie Montgomery

Mr. and Mrs. Don Moon, III

Mr. John Morari

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Murphy

Ms. Linda Myers

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Neyer

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nischwitz

Dr. and Mrs. Paul Noh

Mr. Joseph Noll

Ms. Pauline Ntowe

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Null

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin O'Connell

Mr. Henry Oberson and Ms.

Rita Vig

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ooten, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Oplinger

Dr. and Mrs. Brad Osborne

Mr. Cayse Osborne '18

Mr. Conner Osborne '14

Ms. Tegan Osborne '16

Mrs. Tina Overmyer

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Owens

Ms. Grace Owens

Mr. Ben and Dr. Lori Packard

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Pairan

Mr. Mack Pairan '16

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Paris

Mr. and Mrs. George Parker, Esq.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Payne, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John Pearson

Mrs. Karen Peck

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Pfister

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Phillips

Dr. Andy and Dr. Heather Plum

Ms. Julie Plum

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Plum

Mr. and Mrs. Derek Polen

Ms. Chantay Pope

Mr. and Mrs. Quint Powell

Ms. Amy Ramsey '00

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rechel

Ms. Dorothy Rechel

Erskine Rechel

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rechel

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Reifenberg

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Renneker

Mr. Richard Reno

Mr. Paul Richard and Mrs. Darla

Ridner

Ms. Deborah Ridner

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Riewald

Mr. Richard Riley

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rink

Miss Jaime Robbins

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Robinson

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robinson

Dr. and Mrs. Marcus Romanello

Mr. Greg Rosenau and Mrs. Liz

Bronson Rosenau '00

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Rosenfeldt

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ross

Ms. Jamie Rueger

Miss Grayce Ruehlmann

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Rueter

Mr. Kevin and Dr. Rima Rusnak

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Russell

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Salisbury

Mr. Carlos Sanchez, Jr. and Mrs.

Bethany Satchell Sanchez

Mr. Cesar and Mrs. Jenny

Sanchez

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Sanderson

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Santa

Mr. Clark Sarver

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sauve

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Saxby

Mr. and Mrs. John Schablein

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schaefer

Mr. and Mrs. Neil Schmidt

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schneider

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schulz

Mrs. Mary Schwetschenau

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Scott

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Seward

Mr. Marcus Shadd

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Shank

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Shupe

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sideris

Mr. Mark Siegfried and Mrs.

Hannah Peters Siegfried '99

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Siman

Mr. Greg Sizemore and Dr.

Cynthia Sizemore

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Slaughter

Ms. Jeanne Smearsoll

Mr. Jeremy Smith '11

Mr. Kyle Smith '07 and Mrs.

Rachael Arington Smith '09

Mr. Mark Smith '16

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Smith

Ms. Melissa Smith '13

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Snyder

Dr. Jonathan Snyder '98 and

Mrs. Jessica Martin Snyder '98

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Steckel

Mr. and Mrs. David Stiles

Mr. Will Stiles '18

Ms. Martha Stricklin

Mrs. Angela Stutz

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Summers

Mr. Jeff and Dr. Colleen Swayze

Mr. and Mrs. Josh Sweeney

Mr. Chad Swigert and Mrs.

Jamie Huxtable Swigert '06

Mr. and Mrs. Carey Tapp

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor

Ms. Drew Taylor '15

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Taylor

Mrs. Joyce Taylor

Mr. Marc Terhar and Mrs. Jen

Flint Terhar '03

Mr. and Mrs. David Terkosky

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thacker, II

Mr. and Mrs. Chad Tucker

Mr. David Ulrich

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vallo

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Van Buren

Mr. Brian and Dr. Jodi Van Jura

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vanatsky

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vanderkolk

Ms. Karen VanderWal

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Varner

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Venters

Ms. Kaity Venters '13

Ms. Morganne Venters '16

Dr. Kathleen Verderber

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Vest

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Vincent

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Visconte

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vollette

Ms. Fran Wade

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Walker

Mr. and Mrs. Brent Walker '98

Ms. Ally Wallace '15

Mr. Andrew Wallace '10

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wallace

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wanek

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Warren

Ms. Rebecca Watkins

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watson

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Waugh

Miss Emily Waugh

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesson

Mr. and Mrs. Brad White

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wichmann

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wichmann

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wilkins

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wilkowski, Esq.

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Williams

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams

Terry Williams

Dr. and Mrs. Paul Wojciechowski

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew

Wojciechowski

Mr. and Mrs. Don Wolnik

Mr. and Mrs. Sean Woock

Mr. Mike and Dr. Lydia Woodin

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Woods

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Wright

Ms. Kim Yager

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Zwarg

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SOARING EAGLE

CIRCLE OF GIVING 2019

30 years ago, before Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy could be the school it is today,

several families had to take a leap of faith. They faithfully funded a dream and a vision of

what would come to be known as Cincinnati’s Christ-centered, academically rigorous learning

community. The blessing of their gift is evident as we celebrate 30 years of excellence in our

mission, lived out each day through the shared love of Christ, the high caliber of our faculty,

the generous community, and the beauty of our facilities here at CHCA. The Soaring Eagle

Circle of Giving celebrates individuals and families who carry on the legacy our founders

started by faithfully investing in CHCA through a gift of $2,500 or more to the '18-'19 Eagle

Annual Fund, a record of giving any amount to the Annual Fund for at least 15 years, or a

lifetime record of giving $100,000 or more to CHCA.

$100,000+ LIFETIME DONORS*

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Adams

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Amend

Mr. and Mrs. Evan Andrews

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bell

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Beshear

Bessie Steele Trust

Blank Rome, LLP

Mr. Bill and Mrs. Carol Anne ‡

Blessing

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Browne

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Brunk

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Campbell, III

Mrs. Mary Chappelle

Mr. Mike Chappelle

Christian Education Charitable

Trust

Ms. Cindy Coggins

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Beadle

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bedinghaus

Mrs. Sandy Breitholle

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Conn

Mr. and Mrs. Perry Drosos

Mr. Mike ‡ and Mrs. LuAnn

Ellison

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Farmer

Mrs. Kay French

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Gardner

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Geiger

Greater Cincinnati Classic

Horse Show

Ms. Vickie Gregory

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Gunlock

Mr. and Mrs. Brendon Hansford

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heimann, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hiltz

Mr. and Mrs. Hue Jackson

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kellam

Mr. and Mrs. Scott DeGroft

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Dostal, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dowd

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Koob

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kuremsky

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lindner, III

Ms. Carol Lindner

Ms. Char Lindner

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Lindner, Sr.

Mr. Carl ‡ and Mrs. Edyth

Lindner

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lindner

Mr. Richard Lindner, Sr. ‡

Mr. Robert Lindner, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Marcian

Mr. and Mrs. Jason McSwain

Mr. and Mrs. Ron McSwain

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ochs, IV

Parent Teacher Fellowship (PTF)

Dr. Abe and Dr. Joyce Philip

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Price

*Lifetime Donor Recognition includes those who are deceased (‡) as we continue to honor their legacy at CHCA.

25 YEARS+ ANNUAL FUND DONORS

Mr. Tom Fey

Mr. and Mrs. John Kloster

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pfister

Procter & Gamble Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Robinson

Mr. Jack ‡ and Mrs. Lynn ‡ Roy

Mr. Bill Schott

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schottenstein

Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Dana ‡ Schuler

Louise Taft Semple Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Simpson

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sloneker, III

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Snyder

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. David Thompson, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John Topits

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trenz

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Trucksis

UBS Investment Bank

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wainscott

Mr. Ron ‡ and Brenda Walker

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Robinson

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Roy

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watson

20 YEARS+ ANNUAL FUND DONORS

Mrs. Nancy Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. Evan Andrews

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bailey

Mr. Bill Bauman

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bellan

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Beshear

Mr. Bill Blessing

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bodley

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Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Buckman

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Canavan

Ms. Cindy Coggins

Mr. and Mrs. Rolando Collado

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Collins

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Conley

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Cooper

Dr. and Mrs. Bob Cucinotta

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dinkelacker

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Durham

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Edmonson

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flint

Mrs. Holly Getter

Dr. and Mrs. Chuck Goebel

Ms. Vickie Gregory

Mr. and Mrs. Cart Hall, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Ric Hordinski

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Keating

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kirbabas

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Kolb

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kuremsky

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lewis


A generous person will prosper;

whoever refreshes others will be refreshed.

Proverbs 11:25

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20 YEARS+ ANNUAL FUND DONORS (Continued)

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lippert

Ms. Elaine Marsh

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Metzger

Ms. Susan Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. Evans Nwankwo

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Ottenjohn

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Packer

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Phelps, Jr.

Dr. Abe and Dr. Joyce Philip

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Reifenberg

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Riewald

Mr. Gregg Schuler

Ms. Susan Simmons

Mr. Greg and Dr. Cynthia

Sizemore

Dr. Tim and Dr. Michelle

Staarmann

Mrs. Angela Stutz

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Summers

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Swallen

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Trucksis

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vanderkolk

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wallace

Dr. and Mrs. Eric Wittkugel

15 YEARS+ ANNUAL FUND DONORS

Mrs. Lisa Allgood

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Andrews

Mr. Todd and Rev. Michelle

Bacon

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Baker

Mr. Greg Barkimer and Mrs.

Kristen Stutz Barkimer '99

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bechtold

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beck

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bowman

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bremer

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bronson

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Brunk

Mr. and Mrs. Duane Burris

Mr. and Mrs. Don Cacchiotti

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Campbell, III

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Carpenter

Mr. Charlie Carraher

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carroll

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cesler

Dr. and Mrs. Bob Chait

Mrs. Mary Chappelle

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Collins

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cool

Dr. and Mrs. Dale Cooper

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Del Greco

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Dietrich

Dr. and Mrs. Pete Dongell

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Drees

Rev. and Mrs. Tom Duke

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Durham

Mr. Mike and Mrs. LuAnn

Ellison

Mrs. Robin Everhart

Mr. and Mrs. David Falk

Dr. and Mrs. Doug Feeney

Ms. Sarah Ferguson

Mr. and Mrs. Garth Finch

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fite

Mr. and Mrs. Casey Foreman

Mrs. Kay French

Dr. Michel Ghastine and Dr.

Ghada Khalife

Dr. Rita Girard

Mr. and Mrs. John Green

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hammer

Mr. and Mrs. Brendon Hansford

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haslem

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Hughes, C.P.A.

Mr. and Mrs. Dwaine Isenberg

Ms. Pat Jackson

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jones

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kadnar, C.P.A.

Ms. Sandy Kays

Mr. Ken Kreider

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Kelley

Dr. and Mrs. Rob Lambert

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Lapps

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lindner, III

Ms. Carol Lindner

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lindner

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Marosi

Mr. Steve McCollum

Mrs. Tess McCollum

Mr. and Mrs. Jack McFarland

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mullen

Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Myers

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Neyer

Dr. and Mrs. Dean Nicholas

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ochs, IV

Dr. and Mrs. Brad Osborne

Mrs. Jenn Outzs

Dr. Rob Outzs

Mr. and Mrs. George Parker, Esq.

Dr. Kenton Pate

Dr. and Mrs. Mike Pedoto

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Peters

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Petersen

Mr. and Mrs. Don Pfister

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Pfister

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pohl

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Price

Ms. Leigh Prop

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rice

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Riley

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rogerson

Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Sanker

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sauve

Mr. Martin and Dr. Nancy

Schaefer

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Scott

Ms. Lynne Scott

Dr. Tedd Simmons

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Simpson

Mrs. Karen Smeltzer

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Smith

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Snyder

Mr. Jay Steidle

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Steitz

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stull

Dr. Charlie and Dr. Lu Taylor

Mr. Bill Taylor, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. David Terkosky

Mrs. Renae Thiel

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vallo

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Venters

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wagers

Mrs. Bev Walker

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Walker

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Warren

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Wells

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wheeler

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wichmann

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Wolf

Mr. and Mrs. Don Wolnik

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Worachek

Mr. and Mrs. Kent Wyant

Dr. and Mrs. Zeke Zekoff

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Zwarg

$2500+ EAGLE ANNUAL FUND 2018-19

Mr. and Mrs. Syed Ahmed

Ms. Meredith Allgood '11

Mr. and Mrs. John Baumann

Mr. and Mrs. Pervis Bearden, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. William Blair

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Boni

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks

Ms. Robyn Brouillette

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Brunk

Ms. Cindy Coggins

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Conley

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Connor

Mr. Gary Copelin and Ms. Chris

Clark

Mr. and Mrs. Couch

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. James Dempsey, III

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Downey

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Droege

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Faircloth

Mrs. Kay French

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hamilton

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hansell

Mr. and Mrs. Brendon Hansford

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Horvath

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kincaid

Mrs. Darlah Koontz

Ms. Debbie Kossuth

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kuremsky

Mr. and Mrs. John Landrum

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ludeke

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Marshall, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGrath

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Mitchell, II

Mr. and Mrs. John Mulcahy

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Otto

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Price

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rempe

Mr. Jack Roy

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm

Mr. and Mrs. Chip Shiver

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Simpson

Dr. Jonathan Snyder '98 and

Mrs. Jessica Martin Snyder '98

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thacker, II

Mr. and Mrs. David Thompson, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Johnson

Mr. Brian and Dr. Jodi Van Jura

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Venters

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Woods

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EAGLE ANNUAL FUND


RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, 2018 - JUNE 30, 2019

EAGLE ANNUAL FUND 2018-19 PARENT DONORS

Mr. and Mrs. Kwame

Acheampong

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Adams '95

Mr. and Mrs. Dre Adkins

Dr. and Mrs. Yinka Aina

Mr. Asefa Alaro and Mrs.

Almaz Kide

Mr. Endale Alemu and Mrs.

Azeb Diress

Mr. and Mrs. Ifeanyi Aluka

Dr. and Mrs. Jody Ames

Ms. Kelley Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen

Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Andry

Mr. and Mrs. Srini Annapantula

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Arnold, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Baginski

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Baker

Ms. Allison Ballard '08

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Ballish

Mr. Bob Bao and Ms. Molly Xin

Ms. Dorca Bares

Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Barnes

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bass

Dr. and Mrs. Doug Bauman

Mr. and Mrs. John Baumann

Mr. and Mrs. Pervis Bearden, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Beatty

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Behrman

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bellamy

Mr. and Mrs. Justin Berry

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Besera

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beshear '97

Ms. Empress Bess

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bishop

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Blair

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Blair

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blaxton

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Boni

Mr. and Mrs. David Borreson

Ms. Kya Bowden Cannon '04

Ms. Sarah Bowman

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks

Ms. Robyn Brouillette

Ms. Onesha Brown

Dr. and Mrs. Gregg Bruns

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Buesing

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Burton

Ms. Bianca Canel

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Carnes

Mr. and Mrs. Chaz Carney, III

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Carter

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cebulskie

Dr. and Mrs. Jon Clark

Pastor and Mrs. Michael Clary

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Clayton

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Cobb

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Collins

Miss Lenora Combs

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Comstock

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Conley

Mr. Jeremy Conn '95 and Mrs.

Erin Metzger Conn '97

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Connor

Mr. and Mrs. Adam Cool '01

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cox

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Crichton

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crimmins

Mr. and Mrs. Digger Daley

Mr. and Mrs. Pete Dardzinski

Mr. Darrell Rodriguez and Mrs.

Lucy Davila

Mr. Luis de la Rosa and Mrs.

Gladys Garzon

Mr. and Mrs. James Dempsey, III

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Depoi

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Derrickson

Mr. and Mrs. Tor Dietrichs

Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Doan, II

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dodson, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Doepker

Mr. Karl Dollard and Mrs. Erika

Wasilewski Dollard '97

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Droege

Mr. David Ekey

Ms. Jennifer Ekey

Mr. Greg Panos and Ms. Janine

Eldredge-Panos

Ms. Brandie Ellery

Mr. and Mrs. John Eng

Mr. Dmitri Engjurjan and Dr.

Katie Schneider

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Espenshade

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Faircloth

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Fancett

Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Figueroa

Mr. and Mrs. Kedrick Fitzgerald

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Flagel

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Frazer

Mr. Eric Frey and Mrs. Elizabeth

Amend Frey '98

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gabriel

Mrs. Mindy Gallagher

Mr. Patrick Gallagher

Mr. Mendaye Gebreamanuel

and Mrs. Terry Kebede

Mr. Sisay Kassaye and Mrs.

Beletshachew Gelan

Mr. Tesfaye Tohe and Mrs.

Nigist Gelete

Mr. and Mrs. John Georgeton

Ms. Ashley Gerver

Dr. and Mrs. Nabil Ghabrial

Dr. Michel Ghastine and Dr.

Ghada Khalife

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gilkinson

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Gillis

Dr. Rita Girard

Mr. Scott Glenn and Dr.

Michelle Walker-Glenn

Ms. Veronica Goodloe

Ms. Tashae' Gordon

Mr. Andy and Dr. Fran Gregory

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Grimes

Dr. and Mrs. Julian Guitron

Mr. and Ms. Ben Haag

Dr. DJ and Dr. Jayme Haeussler

Mr. Shinji Hagiwara and Ms. Yuki

Ono

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hamilton

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hansell

Mr. Brad Hargis and Mrs. Kara

Ussery

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harris, Jr.

Ms. Jalisa Harris

Mr. Marnell Harris

Mr. Jason and Dr. Becky Hayden

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Hayes

Mr. and Mrs. Travis Haynam

Dr. and Mrs. Cortney Henderson

Ms. Jacqueline Henderson

Mr. and Mrs. Judah Herman

Mr. and Ms. Brian Herriott

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Heydt

Ms. Krista Hiatt

Mr. Ben Himes and Mrs. Alison

Shiver-Himes

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hockenbery

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hodges

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hoffman

Ms. Latasha Hope

Mr. and Mrs. Josh Hostetler

Dr. Kevin Prezgay and Dr.

Barbara Houde

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Howard, Sr.

Dr. Jon and Dr. Laura Howell

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Howery

Mr. Jason Hunter '01

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hurry

Mr. Ben and Dr. Kelly Ickes

Mr. and Mrs. Justin Ishmael

Ms. Sara Jenkins

Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Johnson

Ms. Jenny Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Marty Jones

Mrs. Victoria Jones

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Kaesemeyer

Mr. and Mrs. Landon Kane

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kassen

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Keenan

Mr. Ben Stover and Ms. Kristy

Kelly

Ms. Kate Kersey-David '05

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kincaid

Mr. and Mrs. Brent Kindle

Ms. Tunu Kinebrew

Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Kirkland

Mr. and Mrs. Judd Klusmeyer

Mr. Artie Knapp and Mrs. Priya

Oscar-Knapp

Ms. Debbie Kossuth

Mr. and Mrs. David Kovacs

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kraft

Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Kramer

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kuhlman

Ms. Gretchen Landrum

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Lang

Mr. Curtis Smith and Mrs.

Sandra Langford-Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Leamer

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Lessek

Mr. Ben Li and Ms. Katherine

Wen

Mr. and Mrs. Wen Li

Mr. and Mrs. David Linich

Mr. and Mrs. Kent Littlejohn

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Logue, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Long

The 2018-2019 Eagle Annual Fund was designed to benefit every student, faculty, and staff

member. This generosity of our community provided engaging curriculum, award-winning

programming, robust student activities, efficient business operations, tuition assistance for

students in need, and salaries and benefits for exceptional faculty and staff.

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EAGLE ANNUAL FUND 2018-19 PARENT DONORS (Continued)

Mr. and Ms. Nick Lorenz

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lott

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lum

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Lutts

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lyle

Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Maddux

Ms. Kate Mae '07

Mr. and Mrs. Sascha Maier

Mr. Abe Mandollo and Ms. Dila

Nukuro

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Marshall, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. James Mary

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Mathison

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Maxey

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mays

Mr. and Mrs. Chris McBride, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. DeJuan McClure

Mr. and Mrs. Frank McConnell

Mr. and Mrs. Greg McDaniel

Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGrath

Mr. and Mrs. Scott McKenzie

Mr. and Mrs. Jason McSwain

Mr. and Mrs. Vince McWhorter

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Meade '02

Ms. Shaquanna Metcalf

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Meyer

Mr. Stephen and Dr. Krista

Migliore

Ms. Meagan Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Milligan

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Mills

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Mitchell, II

Ms. Krystal Muldrow

Mr. and Mrs. Erik Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Murphy

Dr. and Mrs. Dean Nicholas

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nischwitz

Dr. and Mrs. Paul Noh

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Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Northup

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Null

Mr. Henry Oberson and Ms.

Rita Vig

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ooten, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Otto

Mr. Ben and Dr. Lori Packard

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Pairan

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Paris

Mr. and Mrs. George Parker, Esq.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Payne, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John Pearson

Mr. Fredy Yoc Perez and Mrs.

Irma Ambrocio Diaz

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Pfister

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Phillips

Mr. and Mrs. Sandro Pineda

Dr. Andy and Dr. Heather Plum

Mr. and Mrs. Derek Polen

Mr. and Mrs. Quint Powell

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Price

Ms. Amy Ramsey '00

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rebhun

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rechel

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rempe

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Renneker

Mr. Paul Richard and Mrs.

Darla Ridner

Ms. DeNiesha Richardson

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rink

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robinson

Dr. and Mrs. Marcus Romanello

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Rosenfeldt

Mr. Eric Ruegg and Dr. Hilja

Ruegg

Miss Grayce Ruehlmann

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Rueter

Mr. Kevin and Dr. Rima Rusnak

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Russell

Mr. Carlos Sanchez, Jr. and

Mrs. Bethany Satchell Sanchez

Mr. Cesar and Mrs. Jenny Sanchez

Ms. Gabby Sanchez-Morales

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sanderson

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Santa

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sauve

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Saxby

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schaefer

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schneider

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schulz

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Shank

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Shupe

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sideris

Mr. Kam and Dr. Jessica Siu

Mr. Casey Smith

Mr. Mike Smith and Ms. April

Craver

Dr. Jonathan Snyder '98 and

Mrs. Jessica Martin Snyder '98

Ms. Jamie Sobieck

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Spitzmiller

Mr. Devon Spivey and Ms.

Miranda Dennis

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Steckel

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stoll

Ms. Tracy Summers

Mr. Jeff and Dr. Colleen Swayze

Mr. and Mrs. Josh Sweeney

Overseer and Mrs. Ennis Tait

Mr. and Mrs. Carey Tapp

Mr. Carlos Taveras Santos

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thacker, II

Mr. and Mrs. Dirk Thomas

Ms. Jerry Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. David Thompson, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jared Treadway

Mr. and Mrs. Chad Tucker

Mr. Brian and Dr. Jodi Van Jura

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Vest

Mr. and Mrs. David Villanueva

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Vincent

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Visconte

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wagner

Mr. and Mrs. Brent Walker '98

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Warncke

Mr. Jared Warner and Mrs.

Michelle Toy Warner '98

Mr. and Mrs. Royce Warren

Mr. Aric Watson

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Waugh

Dr. Guy Whembolua and Mrs.

Mianda Bashala

Mr. and Mrs. Brad White

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wichmann

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wilkins

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wilkowski, Esq.

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Williams

Miss Karla Williams

Mr. Gyron Willingham

Mr. Dane and Mrs. Morgan

Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. Dominique Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. Dane Wilson

Dr. and Mrs. Paul Wojciechowski

Mr. Mike and Dr. Lydia Woodin

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Woods

Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Wooten, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Wright

Mr. and Mrs. Kent Wyant

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Yelton

Ms. Dionna Young

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Youngquist

EAGLE ANNUAL FUND 2018-19 GRANDPARENT DONORS

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick

Aschenbener

Ms. and Mr. Harold Bennie

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Beshear

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bess

Mrs. Shirley Bishop

Mr. and Mrs. William Blair

Ms. Robyn Bradley

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Broun

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Brunk

Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Carmichael

Mr. Kip and Rev. Linnea Carnes

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Christiansen

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clary

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clippard, Sr.

Ms. Stephanie Cobb

Ms. Dianne Combs

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Comstock

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Cooke

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cool

Mr. and Mrs. Couch

Ms. Pat Cox

Mr. Scott Croswell

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crum

Ms. Sheila Cunningham

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cureton

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dillard

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Downey

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Drake

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Duke

Mrs. Kathy Dunn

Mrs. Doris Edgington

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fannin

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fields

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Foust

Mrs. Marta Garcia

Ms. Mattie Gray

Mr. and Mrs. John Green

Mr. and Mrs. William Grote

Ms. Alta Faye Hamblin

Ms. Sadie Hankins

Mrs. Debbie Hansell

Ms. Marie Hodges

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hoffman

Ms. Clara Ivenso

Mrs. Ruby Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kersey

Ms. Corrine Kinebrew

Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield Kirkland

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kuhlman

Mr. Alex Lancaster, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John Landrum

Mr. and Mrs. William Luken

Mrs. Betty Maratos

Dr. Janet McDaniel

Mr. and Mrs. Ron McSwain

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Menedis

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Modelski

Mr. John Morari

Dr. and Mrs. Frank Noyes

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Oplinger

Mr. and Mrs. Don Pfister

Ms. Julie Plum

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Plum

Mr. Greg Ready

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rechel

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Renneker

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Reno

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Robinson

Ms. Rene Rodriguez

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rohal

Mrs. and Mr. Lorraine

Routenberg

Mrs. and Mr. Dolores Rowland

Mr. Barron Rutledge

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schmitt

Mrs. Mary Schwetschenau

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Seward

Mr. and Mrs. Chip Shiver

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Snyder

Mrs. Leslee Storey

Ms. Melinda Thomas

Mrs. Cathy Twitty

Mrs. Jacqueline Twyman-Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Van Buren

Mr. Wendell Vaughn

Dr. Kathleen Verderber

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Walton

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warncke

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Warren

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wichmann

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew

Wojciechowski


EAGLE ANNUAL FUND 2018-19 FACULTY AND STAFF DONORS

Mrs. Christy Acheampong

Mrs. Robin Albus

Mrs. Laura Anderson

Mrs. Nancy Anderson

Mrs. Cathy Andry

Mr. Adam Atallah '07

Mrs. Beth Bach

Mrs. Pamela Bailey

Mr. Drew Baker

Mrs. Linda Baker

Mrs. Kelley Ballish

Mrs. Kathie Baxter

Mrs. Lyndsee Beachy

Mrs. Emily Beuerlein

Mrs. Carly Bishop

Mr. Mark Bishop

Mrs. Linda Bollman

Mrs. Sandy Breitholle

Mrs. Elizabeth Briggs

Mrs. Jane Brumbaugh

Mr. Randy Brunk

Mrs. LaGina Burton

Mrs. Julie Carnes

Mrs. Ashley Carter

Mr. Stephen Carter

Mrs. Tiffany Clayton

Mrs. Bea Clements

Mrs. Erin Conn '97

Mr. Adam Cool '01

Mrs. Bekah Cool

Mrs. Beth Cox

Mrs. Ivette Crichton

Ms. Sheila Cunningham

Ms. Judi Davis

Mrs. Deborah DeGroft

Mrs. Courtney Deller

Mrs. Pam Dinkelacker

Mrs. Jenny Doan

Mrs. Betsy Dodson

Mrs. Sandy Drees

Mrs. Lori Duke

Mrs. Annette Eberhardt

Mrs. Mimi Ehlen

Ms. Sheri Ellis

Mrs. Della Enns

Mrs. Mandy Feltman

Mr. Mike Fite

Mrs. Patty Fite

Mrs. Amie Frazer

Mrs. Donna Furtwengler

Mrs. Mindy Gallagher

Mrs. Amy Geiger

Mrs. Holly Getter

Mrs. Diane Goebel

Mrs. Laura Griffin

Mrs. Eileen Hall

Mrs. Sally Hall

Miss Rebeca Hardy

Miss A.J. Harris

Mr. Andrew Hartman

Mr. Gary Hartoin

Mrs. Jane Haslem

Mrs. Corliss Hayes

Mrs. Julie Hayes

Ms. Patricia Heath

Mr. Wendell Hensley

Mrs. Carolyn Hill

Mrs. Barb Holthaus

Mrs. Jill Honerlaw

Mrs. Karen Hordinski

Mrs. Hannah Huseman

Mrs. Candy Johnson

Mrs. Kathie Johnson

Mrs. Kimberly Kane

Mrs. Jennifer Kassen

Mrs. Suzanne Kloster

Ms. Toni Kraft

Mr. Jordan Kramer

Ms. Mary Margaret Krause

Mrs. Sue Kost

Mrs. Tracy Kuethe

Mrs. Cindy Kuroff

Mrs. Sumer Linger

Dr. Jim Lipovsky, Sr.

Mrs. Kathy Lipovsky

Mrs. Stephanie Loranzan

Mrs. Tami Lott

Mrs. Rachel Lupia

Mrs. Kelly Lum

Mrs. Amy Lutts

Ms. Launa Lyons

Mrs. Amy Macy

Ms. Elaine Marsh

Ms. Tess McClain

Mrs. Sarah Grace McCollough

Ms. Anna McKittrick

Mrs. Holly Metzger

Mrs. Rachel Miller

Mrs. Becky Mills

Mrs. Jeannie Mishu

Mrs. Cammie Montgomery

Ms. Cyndi Morgan

Mrs. Jennifer Murphy

Dr. Dean Nicholas

Mrs. Teresa Null

Mrs. Tina Overmyer

Mrs. Dawn Packer

Mr. Jon Paris

Mrs. Teri Parker

Mr. Doug Parsley

Mrs. Natalie Pfister

Mrs. Anne Phelps

Dr. Billy Pohl, IV '01

Mrs. Leslie Renneker

Miss Jaime Robbins

Mrs. Tammy Rosenfeldt

Ms. Jamie Rueger

Mr. Tim Sakelos

Mrs. Gaye Salisbury

Mr. Mark Salisbury

Mrs. April Sanderson

Mrs. Amy Sauve

Mrs. Amy Saxby

Mrs. Mary Jo Schablein

Mrs. Laura Schuchardt

Mr. Tony Schulz

Mrs. Lynn Shank

Mr. Steve Sideris

Mrs. Kim Siman

Ms. Susan Simmons

Mr. Todd Slaughter

Mrs. Mary Smith

Mrs. Mona Summers

Mrs. Diane Taylor

Mr. Eric Taylor

Mr. Jared Treadway

Mrs. Kara Ussery

Mrs. DeAnne Vallo

Mrs. Meg Vanatsky

Mr. Joe Vanderkolk

Mrs. Susan Vanderkolk

Mrs. Gail Varner

Mrs. Anne Venters

Mrs. Jen Vest

Mrs. Kim Vincent

Mrs. Regan Vollette

Mr. Dave Walker

Mrs. Kathy Walker

Mr. Mike Wallace

Mrs. Linda Watson

Miss Emily Waugh

Mrs. Kathy Wesson

Mrs. Heather Wilkowski

Mrs. Julie Williams

Mrs. Mary Williams

Mrs. Morgan Wilson

Mrs. Devin Wojciechowski

Mrs. Kristen Woock

Dr. Lydia Woodin

Mrs. Mara Wright

Mrs. Susan Zwarg

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RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, 2018 - JUNE 30, 2019

EAGLE ANNUAL FUND 2018-19 ALUMNI DONORS

CLASS OF 1995

Jon Adams

Jeremy Conn

Ben Gann

Audrey Keyes

CLASS OF 1996

David Clabaugh

CLASS OF 1997

David Blessing

Erin Conn

Erika Dollard

CLASS OF 1998

Elizabeth Frey

Brian Garlock

Ryan Grinstead

Jessica Snyder

Jonathan Snyder, M.D

Brent Walker

Michelle Warner

CLASS OF 1999

Kristen Barkimer

Hannah Siegfried

CLASS OF 2000

Ryan Betscher

Katie Dostal

Ted Dostal, III

Shana Eling

Bill Hauer

Lindsey House

Chris Koenig

Jayme Madden

Allison McGee

Casey Purnhagen

Amy Ramsey

Liz Rosenau

CLASS OF 2001

Laura Bechtel

Adam Cool

Jason Hunter

Billy Pohl, IV

Matt Warren

CLASS OF 2002

Zach Bohannon

Emily Byers

Darah Kerpka

Eric Meade

CLASS OF 2003

Denis Beausejour, Jr

Rebecca Berger

Robby Croswell, IV

Megan Hendy

Nicole Nelson

Danny Stull

Jen Terhar

Jennie Vose

Daniel Wheeler, II

CLASS OF 2004

Kya Bowden Cannon

Courtney Clark-Rankin

Patrick Coggins

Rebecca Dougherty

Eric Loftus

CLASS OF 2005

Tommy Andrews

Matt Chacksfield

Grant Cooper

Casi Egli

Kate Kersey-David

Joe Polzin

CLASS OF 2006

Allison Imrie Zurlinden

Brian Painter

Maily Pham

Jamie Swigert

Jason Taylor

CLASS OF 2007

Adam Atallah

Ryan Atkins

Trae Balzano, III

Bryn Clark

Molly Conn

Matthew Evans

Kate Mae

Christina Painter

Kyle Smith

CLASS OF 2008

Allison Ballard

CLASS OF 2009

Margaux Andrews

Joel Campbell, IV

Rachael Smith

CLASS OF 2010

Andrew Wallace

CLASS OF 2011

Meredith Allgood

Mariel Beausejour

Maddie Drees

Jeremy Smith

CLASS OF 2012

Ted Andrews

Alexis Caruso

Will Meyer

CLASS OF 2013

Elaina Balzano

Melissa Smith

CLASS OF 2014

Alex Bertrams

Ellie Coggins

Conner Osborne

CLASS OF 2015

Katherine Meyer

Drew Taylor

Ally Wallace

CLASS OF 2016

Avery Kreul

Tegan Osborne

Mack Pairan

Mark Smith

Morganne Venters

CLASS OF 2018

Kristopher Carnes

Cayse Osborne

Will Stiles

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RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, 2018 - JUNE 30, 2019

EAGLE ANNUAL FUND 2018-19 ALUMNI PARENT DONORS

Mrs. Lisa Allgood

Mrs. Nancy Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Andrews

Mr. and Mrs. Evan Andrews

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Bach

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Baker

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Beadle

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Beatty

Dr. Marley Belair

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bertrams

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Beshear

Mr. and Mrs. Rocke Blair

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bodley

Mrs. Sandy Breitholle

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Broun

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Browne

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Brunk

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Carnes

Mr. and Mrs. Rod Chamblin

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Clabaugh

Dr. Stephen Cleves and Mrs.

Therese Esswein

Ms. Cindy Coggins

Mr. and Mrs. Rolando Collado

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Collins

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Conley

Mrs. Lyn Conroy

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cool

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Cooper

Mr. Gary Copelin and Ms. Chris

Clark

Mr. Scott Croswell

Ms. Judi Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Rand Day, III

Mr. and Mrs. Scott DeGroft

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Del Greco

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Devin, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dinkelacker

Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Doan, II

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Drees

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ducro, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Durham

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Enns

Mr. and Mrs. David Falk

Dr. and Mrs. Doug Feeney

Mr. Tom Fey

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flint

Mrs. Holly Getter

Dr. Michel Ghastine and Dr.

Ghada Khalife

Dr. Rita Girard

Dr. and Mrs. Chuck Goebel

Mr. and Mrs. Cart Hall, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall

Mr. and Mrs. Ford Halter

Mr. and Mrs. James Hansee

Mr. and Mrs. Brendon Hansford

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haslem

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hayes

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Holthaus

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Horvath

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Humphrey

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hurry

Mr. and Mrs. Hue Jackson

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Johnson

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Johnson

Ms. Sandy Kays

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Keating

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Keenan

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kersey

Mr. and Mrs. Brent Kindle

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kirbabas

Mr. and Mrs. John Kloster

Mr. and Mrs. Judd Klusmeyer

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Kohlan

Mrs. Darlah Koontz

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kuremsky

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kuroff, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Jim Lipovsky, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lippert

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ludeke

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lunsford

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Lutts

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lyle

Mr. and Mrs. John Macy

Ms. Elaine Marsh

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Marshall, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. James Mary

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Mathison

Mr. and Mrs. Jason McSwain

Mr. and Mrs. Ron McSwain

Mr. and Mrs. Baker Meyer

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Neyer

Mr. and Mrs. John Noyen

Mr. and Mrs. Evans Nwankwo

Dr. and Mrs. Brad Osborne

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Ottenjohn

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Packer

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Pairan

Mr. and Mrs. George Parker, Esq.

Mrs. Karen Peck

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Pfister

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Phelps, Jr.

Dr. Abe and Dr. Joyce Philip

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Phillips

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Price

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Reifenberg

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Reno

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Riewald

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Robinson

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ross

Mr. Clark Sarver

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Scott

Ms. Lynne Scott

Mr. and Mrs. Caetano Sequeira

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Shank

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Siman

Ms. Susan Simmons

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Simpson

Mr. Greg Sizemore and Dr.

Cynthia Sizemore

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Smith

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Snyder

Mr. and Mrs. David Stiles

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stull

Mrs. Angela Stutz

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Summers

Overseer and Mrs. Ennis Tait

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. David Terkosky

Mr. and Mrs. Jared Treadway

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Trucksis

Mr. Brian and Dr. Jodi Van Jura

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vanatsky

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vanderkolk

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Venters

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Vincent

Ms. Fran Wade

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Walker

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wallace

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Warren

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watson

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesson

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wheeler

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wichmann

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wilkins

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Zwarg

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RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, 2018 - JUNE 30, 2019

GIFTS IN HONOR OF

In Honor of:

Armleder Campus: Music:

Concert Support

by Ms. Eva Hrivnak

In Honor of:

Dakota Coleman

by Mr. Greg Ready

In Honor of:

Marlana Doepker

by Mr. Wendell Vaughn

In Honor of:

Earl Edmonds and Jack Bailey

by Mr. Zach Bohannon '02

In Honor of:

Della Enns

by Mr. and Mrs. Martin Baxter

In Honor of:

Brian D. Fey '96

by Mr. Tom Fey

In Honor of:

Miles & Blake Harris

by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harris, Jr.

In Honor of:

Elise, Nate and Lauren Hayes

by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Walton

In Honor of:

Ava and Lila Hoffman

by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hoffman

In Honor of:

League of Extraordinary

Gentlemen

by Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Atkins '07

In Honor of:

League of Extraordinary

Gentlemen

by Mr. and Mrs. Bryn Clark '07

In Honor of:

Jessey Li

by Mr. and Mrs. Wen Li

In Honor of:

Carl H. Lindner Family

by Keating Muething & Klekamp

In Honor of:

Erin McDaniel

by Dr. Janet McDaniel

In Honor of:

Brendan and Aidan Murphy

by Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Cooke

In Honor of:

Dr. Dean Nicholas and Adam

Atallah

by Mr. Chase Conn and Mrs.

Molly Conn '07

In Honor of:

Ben and Amanda Scott

by Ms. Lynne Scott

In Honor of:

Laila & Gabriel Smith

by Mr. Curtis Smith and Mrs.

Sandra Langford-Smith

In Honor of:

Gwendolyn McWhorter

by Mr. and Mrs. Vince

McWhorter

In Honor of:

The Wichmann children

by Mr. and Mrs. Jay

Wichmann

In Honor of:

David, Olivia & Andrew

Wojciechowski

by Mr. and Mrs. Matthew

Wojciechowski

GIFTS IN MEMORY OF

In Memory of:

Jane Braun

by Ms. Sarah Ferguson

In Memory of:

Catherine R. Fey

by Mr. Tom Fey

In Memory of:

Diem Pham

by Ms. Maily Pham '06

In Memory of:

Suella Slemons and Carol

Anne Blessing

by Mr. Zach Bohannon '02

In Memory of:

Barry Thiel

by Ms. Lynne Scott

In Memory of:

Cesar Sanchez

by Ms. Lynn Abrams

Ms. Janice Barnes

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bailey

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Baxter

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Droege

Ms. Sheridan Ernst

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Fielden

Mr. David Hamilton

Mr. and Mrs. John Irwin, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Krebs

Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Long

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lykes

Mr. and Mrs. Jason McSwain

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Pfister

Stephanie Puente, Michelle

Perez and Cynthia Garcia

Mr. Clayton Roberson

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts

Mr. Darrell Rodriguez and

Mrs. Lucy Davila

Mr. and Mrs. Kavon Salehi

Ms. Sharyl Trudel

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Venters

Mr. and Mrs. Todd

Wilkowski, Esq.

MATCHING

COMPANY GIFTS

Charles Schwab Foundation

Coca Cola Enterprises

David J. Joseph Company

Fifth Third Bank

General Electric Foundation

Johnson & Johnson

Northwestern Mutual Foundation

Total Quality Logistics

Wells Fargo Education

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REMEMBERING

LOVED ONES

During the 2018-2019 school year, CHCA lost many who were beloved

members of our community. We continue to pray for God’s comfort

and strength for each family as they look ahead.

Larry Beverly, Grandparent

Clinton Conn, Former Student

Lynn Day, Grandparent

Michael Ellison, Board President

Erik Haslem, Alumni '09

James Irwin, Grandparent

Linnea Klendworth, Parent-Alumni

Eloy Pacheco, Grandparent

Douglas Papp Parent-Current

Jack Roy, Grandparent

Cesar Sanchez, Parent-Current

Stephen Smeltzer, Friend

JoAnn Dickerson Tomasello, Grandparent

May your unfailing love be my comfort, according

to your promise to your servant.

- Psalm 119:76

If you have lost a loved one, please let us know and we will join you in prayer. Email Paige

Tomlin: paige.tomlin@chca-oh.org or Jen Sasse: jennifer.sasse@chca.oh.org.

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FINE ARTS

2018-2019 DONORS & SPONSORS

At every grade level, CHCA students are encouraged to sing, play, act, dance, paint, and sculpt to their

heart’s content. The wide range of choices means children get countless opportunities to discover and

develop their unique talents. Great facilities and outstanding teachers mean they get optimal conditions

in which to discover, grow, be challenged, and do their best work. This past year was yet again no

exception to the extraordinary talent displayed at CHCA as dozens of our Fine Arts students and alumni

were recognized for their gifts and talents.

PLATINUM SPONSORS

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Phillips Edison & Company

Veterans Day Concert

Cindy Coggins

US Theatre Producer

Prominent Title

Joe & Debbie Brooks

GOLD SPONSOR

The Kroger Company

SILVER SPONSORS

James Free Jewelers

New Path Counseling, LLC

FINE ARTS AD SPONSORS

Alpha & Omega Building Services

Artifex Financial Group

Comey & Shepherd – Jennifer & Pete Dardzinski

Fischer Homes

Folchi Formal Wear

Greater Cincinnati Credit Union

Johnson Orthodontics

McSwain Carpets & Floors

MIS Solutions

Silver Spring House

The Musical Arts Center

Uno/Taco Bell CTI Restaurants


RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, 2018 - JUNE 30, 2019

ARTBEAT 2019 SPONSORS

Event Sponsor

The Max Family

Visual Arts Sponsor

The Kroger Company

Lindner Theater Sponsor

ATC

David & Lauri Goodwin

FINE ARTS 2018-19 DONORS

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Achterberg

Ms. Heather Ackley

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Agerton

Dr. and Mrs. Yinka Aina

Dr. Norberto Andaluz and Mrs.

Veronica Tsioulis-Andaluz

Mr. Wendell Anderson, Jr. and

Mrs. Jessica Watanabe

Mrs. and Mr. Cathy Aschenbener

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Ashman

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Bach

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Baker

Ms. Michelle Barron

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Baxter

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Beatty

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bechtold

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Behrman

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Blair

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Blair

Mr. and Mrs. Sean Blythe

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Boni

Mr. and Mrs. Erik Bowling

Ms. Sarah Bowman

Ms. Sandy Brown

Dr. Joe and Dr. Stephanie Bruner

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Brunk

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Carnes

Mr. Kip and Rev. Linnea Carnes

Mr. and Mrs. Chaz Carney, III

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carroll

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Cates

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cebulskie

Ms. Amy Chaudhary

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Christiansen

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Clayton

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Cobb

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Comstock

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Connor

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Cotton

Rev. Jill Croswell

Mr. Darrell Rodriguez and Mrs.

Lucy Davila

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Del Greco

Mr. Chris Frederickson and

Mrs. Liz DiGiandomenico

Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Doan, II

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dobyns

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Doepker

Ms. Maddie Drees '11

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Droege

Dr. Bob and Dr. Cheryl Dykstra

Lindner Theater Atrium

Gallery Veronique

ArtBeat Avenue Theater

James Free Jewelers

ArtBeat Avenue Theater

Piano Sponsor

Blaine’s Fine Men’s Apparel

Rev. and Mrs. Richard Eckert

Mr. David Ekey

Ms. Jennifer Ekey

Mr. and Mrs. John Eng

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Espenshade

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Esposito

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Fancett

Ms. Sarah Ferguson

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Fielden

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Figliola, III

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Flagel

Dr. and Mrs. Rod Flynn

Ms. Donna Furtwengler

Mr. and Mrs. John Georgeton

Dr. Michel Ghastine and Dr.

Ghada Khalife

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Gillis

Dr. Rita Girard, M.D.

Mr. Scott Glenn and Dr.

Michelle Walker-Glenn

Mr. and Mrs. David Goodwin, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Grimes

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hamilton

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hansell

Mr. and Mrs. Brendon Hansford

Mr. Brad Hargis and Mrs. Kara

Ussery

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harville, Jr.

Mr. Jason and Dr. Becky Hayden

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hayes

Dr. and Mrs. Cortney Henderson

Mr. and Ms. Brian Herriott

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hockenbery

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hoffman

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hopkins

Dr. Jon and Dr. Laura Howell

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hoyer

Ms. Eva Hrivnak

Mr. Eric Hruska

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Humphrey

Mr. Ben and Dr. Kelly Ickes

Mr. and Mrs. John Irwin, Sr.

Mr. Tony Iskandar

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Phelps, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Hue Jackson

Mr. Jonathan Jin and Mrs.

Winnie Zeng

Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Johnson

Mrs. Victoria Jones

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kennamer

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kincaid

Hands on Art

Celia Carroll / Sibcy Cline

Hang Your Art Out

Johnson Orthodontics

Instrumental Music Room

Mercedes Benz of Cincinnati

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kraft

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kuhlman

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kuremsky

Ms. Gretchen Landrum

Mr. and Mrs. John Landrum

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Lang

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Lapps

Mr. and Mrs. Devon Lehman, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Lessek

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Levin

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lindner

Ms. Lorrie Long

Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Long

Mr. and Ms. Nick Lorenz

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lott

Mr. and Mrs. William Luken

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Max

Mr. Shawn McCoy and Mrs.

Saundra Richey

Mr. and Mrs. Scott McKenzie

Mr. and Mrs. Derek McNutt

Mr. and Mrs. Jason McSwain

Mr. Stephen and Dr. Krista

Migliore

Ms. Julie Millette

Mr. Pete Millette

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Mills

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Mitchell, II

Mrs. Cammie Montgomery

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Morris, III

Mr. and Mrs. John Mulcahy

Mr. and Mrs. Erik Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myers

Dr. and Mrs. Paul Noh

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Null

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin O'Connell

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ochs, IV

Dr. Modupe and Dr. Babatunde

Onadeko

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ozarchevici

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Pacheco

Mr. Eloy Pacheco

Mr. Ben and Dr. Lori Packard

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Packer

Mr. and Mrs. George Parker, Esq.

Mr. Lee Pan and Mrs. Vivian

Huang

Mr. Greg Panos and Ms. Janine

Eldredge-Panos

Mr. and Mrs. Bret Parrish

Juried Art

James Free Jewelers

Juried Art Awards

Plaza Artist Materials

In-Kind Sponsors

Balance Café & Smoothies, Buffalo Wild Wings, City Barbecue, Dan Ledbetter Photography, Dewey’s Pizza, Essenza Gallery &

Studio, Holzman Meats, JR Thomas Landscaping, Jet’s Pizza, Johnny Chan 2, Natorp’s Nursery Outlet & Landscaping, Silver Spring

House, Soho Japanese Bistro, Starbucks, Sysco, Tano Bistro, The Brown Dog Café, United Dairy Farmers

Mrs. Karen Peck

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pessell

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Pfister

Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rasche

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rasche

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rempe

Mr. and Ms. Dave Rexing

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rink

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Robinson

Mr. Kevin and Dr. Rima Rusnak

Mr. Carlos Sanchez, Jr. and

Mrs. Bethany Satchell Sanchez

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Santa

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Saxby

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Schmerr, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm

Mr. Todd Uterstaedt and Dr.

Teri Schutte Uterstaedt

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Shupe

Mr. Jay Slouffman and Mrs.

Ashley Walkup

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Snell

Mr. Matt Spence and Mrs.

Anna Maratos-Spence

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Spitzmiller

Mr. Scott and Dr. Ellen Springer

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Steckel

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stoll

Dr. Jeff and Dr. Lori Stotz

Mr. Ben Stover and Ms. Kristy

Kelly

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Summers

Mr. Jeff and Dr. Colleen Swayze

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Swedes, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Carey Tapp

Mr. Carlos Taveras Santos

Mr. and Mrs. David Thompson, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Trinkle

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Trucksis

Mr. Brian and Dr. Jodi Van Jura

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vanderwoude

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Visconte

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Voyt, II

Mr. and Mrs. Brent Walker '98

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Walker

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Waugh

Judge and Mrs. Robert Winkler

Mr. Mike and Dr. Lydia Woodin

Mr. Jay Yuan and Ms. Elizabeth

Guo

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ATHLETICS

2018-2019 DONORS & SPONSORS

At CHCA, the mission of Athletics is to build a culture of champions. We

do this by training the 360º athlete —focusing on the physical, mental,

emotional, and spiritual aspects of each student athlete —empowering

them to reach their God-given abilities.

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RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, 2018 - JUNE 30, 2019

2018-2019 ATHLETICS DONORS

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Andry

Dr. and Mrs. Geoff Answini

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Bach

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Baldwin

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Bernhardt

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Carter

Dr. and Mrs. Madhu Chalasani

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Clayton

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Connor

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Delany

Ms. Kelly Fisher

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gilkinson

Mr. and Ms. Pat Griffor

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Hayes

Mrs. Mary Hoffman

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lindgren

Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Long

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lyle

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Max

Mr. and Mrs. James

McDonough

Mr. and Mrs. Bart Metzler

Mr. and Mrs. Chase Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Mitchell, II

Mr. and Mrs. Don Moon, III

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myers

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ooten, Jr.

Dr. Art Pancioli and Dr. Lisa

Larkin-Pancioli

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Pfister

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phelps

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Phillips

Mr. and Mrs. Darrin Rakestraw

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schaefer

Dr. Jeff and Dr. Lori Stotz

Mr. and Mrs. Mike

Vanderwoude

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vest

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wilkowski, Esq.

Dr. and Mrs. Paul

Wojciechowski

Mr. and Mrs. Derek Yankoff

2018-2019 ATHLETICS SPONSORS

MULTIPLE STADIUM SPONSORS

Phillips Edison

McSwain Carpets & Floors

STADIUM SCOREBOARD PARTNERS

Fit Organic

Johnson Investment Counsel

McSwain Carpets & Floors

Northwestern Mutual

SINGLE STADIUM SPONSOR

The Kroger Company

SPORTS PROGRAM SPONSORS

Alpha & Omega Building Services

Comey and Shepherd - Jennifer & Pete Dardzinski

Fischer Homes

Folchi's Tuxedos & Menswear

MIS Solutions, LLC

Silver Spring House

UNO/Taco Bell Restaurants

2018-2019 ATHLETICS BOOSTERS*

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Achterberg

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Adams '95

Dr. and Mrs. Jody Ames

Dr. and Mrs. Geoff Answini

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Arthurs

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Ashman

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Aspenwall, II

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bass

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Bernhardt

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Bettinger

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blaxton

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Brock

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Buesing

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Carter

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cebulskie

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Clayton

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Collins

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Conley

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Cooper

Mr. and Mrs. Rocky Crawford

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Delany

Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Doan, II

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dobyns

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Droege

Rev. and Mrs. Richard Eckert

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Espenshade

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Filomena

Ms. Kelly Fisher

Mr. Gary Fisher and Mrs. Amy

Starr

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Flagel

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Frank

Mr. Neal Gage and Mrs. Kim

Harper-Gage

Dr. Rita Girard

Mr. and Mrs. David Goodwin, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hansell

Mr. and Mrs. Judah Herman

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hesketh

Mr. Ben Himes and Mrs. Alison

Shiver-Himes

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hoffman

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Hunt

Mr. and Mrs. Todd James

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jostworth

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Jutt

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Keenan

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kennamer

Mr. and Mrs. John Kolar

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Koopman, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kraft

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Kushon

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Lang

Mr. Brian Lawlor

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lyle

Mr. and Mrs. Todd MacFarland

Mr. and Mrs. James Mary

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Mathison

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Max

Mr. and Mrs. Trent McCracken

Mr. and Mrs. Greg McDaniel

Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGrath

Dr. and Mrs. Steve Medlin

Mr. and Mrs. Bart Metzler

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Mitchell, II

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Mitchell

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moffitt

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myers

Dr. and Mrs. Scott Nix

Dr. and Mrs. Paul Noh

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ooten, Jr.

Dr. Art Pancioli and Dr. Lisa

Larkin-Pancioli

Mrs. Karen Peck

Mr. Ben Phillips '16

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Pruitt

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rebhun

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Renneker

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Renner

Mr. Paul Richard and Mrs.

Darla Ridner

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Riley

Mr. and Mrs. David Robinson

Mr. Kevin and Dr. Rima Rusnak

Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Sanders

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sanders

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sanderson

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sasse

Mr. and Mrs. Josh Schaad

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Shupe

Dr. Jonathan Snyder '98 and

Mrs. Jessica Martin Snyder '98

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stoll

Dr. Jeff and Dr. Lori Stotz

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Strasser

Mr. and Mrs. Carey Tapp

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wagner

Ms. Susan Walther

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wichmann

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Wilkowski, Esq.

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Willman

Mr. and Mrs. Dane Wilson

Dr. and Mrs. Paul

Wojciechowski

Dr. and Mrs. Wai Wong

Mr. and Mrs. Derek Yankoff

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Yelton

Mr. Austin Young '18

Mr. and Mrs. Felipe Zuniga

*Athletic Boosters contributions provide game-changing financial support for CHCA’s athletic programs/team, although Booster

memberships are not tax-deductible gifts due to benefits received.

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AFTER

PROM

DONORS

2019

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Adams '95

Dr. and Mrs. Jody Ames

Mr. and Mrs. Pervis Bearden, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bechtold

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bellamy

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Carnes

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Cates

Chipotle

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Clayton

Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Doan, II

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dobyns

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Donahue

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Droege

Elegant Treasures

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Esposito

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Frazer

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Gibson

Mr. and Mrs. Brendon Hansford

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hodges

Dr. and Mrs. Gary Huber

Mr. and Mrs. Judd Klusmeyer

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Langhammer

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lindgren

Mr. and Mrs. Derek McNutt

Mr. and Mrs. Bart Metzler

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Mitchell, II

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moffitt

Mr. and Mrs. Don Moon, III

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myers

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin O'Connell

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Pacheco

Mr. Greg Panos and Ms. Janine

Eldredge-Panos

Mrs. Karen Peck

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Phillips

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rempe

Dr. and Mrs. Rocco Rotello

Ms. Laura Sandstrom

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Sauer

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schaefer

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Schramm

Mrs. Shannon Solomon

Mr. Scott and Dr. Ellen Springer

Dr. Jeff and Dr. Lori Stotz

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sturm

Mr. Jim Tippen and Mrs. Dayna Spotts

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Van Buren

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vanderwoude

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wagner

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RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, 2018 - JUNE 30, 2019

GIFTS FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES

Faculty Incentive Program

Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Lindner III

Armleder School Playground

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Adams '95

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bolander

Overseer and Mrs. Ennis Tait

Ms. Donna Furtwengler

Ms. Kimberly Jackson-Lackey

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Matsey

Mr. Steve McCollum

Dr. and Mrs. Steve Medlin

Mrs. Cammie Montgomery

Mr. Roger Straz

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vallo

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watson

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wilkins

Edyth B Lindner Elementary

Office Carpeting

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Carnes

Hue and Michelle Jackson

Family Field

Mr. and Mrs. Hue Jackson

Martha S Lindner Faculty

Lounge Renovation

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ochs

Neyer Foundation Christian

Leadership Award

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Neyer

North Campus Tuition

Relief Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Conway

Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Paroz

Research and Innovation

Center

Christian Education Charitable

Trust

Schott International

Student Scholarship Fund

Mr. Bill Schott

Student Organized Service

(SOS) - Huddle for Hope

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dobyns

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Holthaus

Mr. Harold Poore

Take Flight Program

Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Lindner III

2018-2019 ROBOTICS DONORS

Dr. and Mrs. Yinka Aina

Mr. and Mrs. Shengan Chen

Mr. and Mrs. Digger Daley

Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Doan, II

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Donahue

Ms. Fangfang Du

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Espenshade

Ethicon (Johnson & Johnson)

Mr. Eric Frey and Mrs. Elizabeth

Amend Frey '98

Mr. Andy and Dr. Fran Gregory

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hansell

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harville, Jr.

Honeywell Intelligrated

Honeywell International

Mr. Jonathan Jin and Mrs. Winnie

Zeng

Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Johnson

Johnson & Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Keenan

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Max

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mays

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Mitchell, II

Mr. and Mrs. Judd Olea

Mr. Greg Panos and Ms. Janine

Eldredge-Panos

Procter & Gamble

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Reckamp

Mr. and Mrs. Derek Rice

Ms. Stacy Shollenbarger

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Sikkema

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Steckel

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thacker, II

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Thomas

Dr. and Mrs. Anthony

Wetherington

Mr. Justin Zimmer

2018-2019 ROBOTICS SPONSORS

Cincinnati Test Systems

Ethicon

Honeywell Intelligrated

L3 Cincinnati Electronics

Mike's Nashville Hot

Phillips Edison

Procter & Gamble


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MACLELLAN

FOUNDATION

GRANTS RECOGNIZE

CHCA'S INNOVATIVE

APPROACH

“We partner with the courageous

to change the world.”

Incorporated in 1945 by the Maclellan family, The Maclellan Foundation, Inc. (through its Christian

Education Charitable Trust) “proactively explores and promotes fresh, innovative approaches to Christian

education that go beyond traditional practices, in order to integrate technology and scalability with

instruction inspired by Scripture.”

Since 2016, CHCA has received $150,000 in funding via two separate grants which established the CHCA

Print Shop as the third student-run entrepreneurial venture. Under the leadership of Adam Cool, the Print

Shop now supplies a large portion of our on-campus printing needs, from screen printed t-shirts to senior

banners, signage, and marketing banners and photos for Open House events. Operating as an on-site

business provides our students real-world opportunities to challenge their minds as leaders, entrepreneurs,

engineers, designers, collaborators, and manufacturers, while honing their talents in a Christ-centered

context. We are excited to witness student enthusiasm and energy to become not just learners but doers

through ventures like these, made possible through the generosity of the Maclellan Foundation.

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LIGHT THE WAY

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN

CHCA launched a $9 million strategic initiative in August of 2015 that incorporated

a series of capital projects. Building on the vision of our founders, the Light the Way

Capital Campaign was an important fundraising effort designed to support updated

and renovated spaces, additional resources, and re-imagined programming to extend

exciting new levels of engagement for our students, teachers, and community.

As a result of our community's extraordinary generosity, the possibilities imagined

for our students through the Light the Way Campaign are being realized inside and

outside the classroom every day.

THANK YOU!

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RECOGNIZING GIFTS RECEIVED JULY 1, 2018 - JUNE 30, 2019

LIGHT THE WAY DONORS

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Adams '95

Mrs. Lisa Allgood

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bailey

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Beatty

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bishop

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Blair

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blaxton

Dr. Wesley and Dr. Jana Braden

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Buesing

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Carnes

Mr. and Mrs. Chaz Carney, III

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cebulskie

Ms. Cindy Coggins

Ms. Ellie Coggins '14

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Coggins '04

Mr. and Mrs. Rolando Collado

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Collins

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Comstock

Dr. and Mrs. Tim Conley

Mr. Jeremy Conn '95 and Mrs.

Erin Metzger Conn '97

Dr. Derek Cooley and Dr.

Heather Tubbs Cooley

Cornerstone Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dobyns

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Drees

Rev. and Mrs. Tom Duke

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ehlen

Mr. and Mrs. John Eng

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Espenshade

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Esposito

Ms. Fleet Fangman

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Frazer

Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Gaker

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Gardner

General Electric Foundation

Dr. and Mrs. Chuck Goebel

Mrs. Beverly Grant

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Grimes

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gruber

Mr. and Mrs. Cart Hall, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Harris

Ms. Patricia Heath

Mr. Justin Hendy and Mrs.

Megan Dinkelacker Hendy '03

Mr. and Ms. Brian Herriott

Dr. and Mrs. Gary Huber

Mr. and Mrs. Hue Jackson

JSM Partners LLC

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kadnar, C.P.A.

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Kaesemeyer

Mr. Ben Stover and Ms. Kristy

Kelly

Ms. Tunu Kinebrew

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kirbabas

Mr. and Mrs. Judd Klusmeyer

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kuethe

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Kushon

Mr. and Mrs. Won Lee

Mr. and Ms. Nick Lorenz

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lyle

Ms. Elaine Marsh

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Mathison

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mays

McSwain Carpets and Floors

Mr. and Mrs. Jason McSwain

Mr. and Mrs. Ron McSwain

Megen Construction Company

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myers

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Needham

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Null

Mr. and Mrs. Evans Nwankwo

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ochs, IV

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Pairan

Dr. Abe and Dr. Joyce Philip

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Phillips

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Price

Dr. Jerome Puryear, Jr. and Dr.

Latonya Brown-Puryear

Mr. Paul Richard and Mrs.

Darla Ridner

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Robinson

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Ruberg

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sanderson

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Saxby

Dr. Jonathan Snyder '98 and

Mrs. Jessica Martin Snyder '98

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Spitzmiller

Mr. and Mrs. David Thompson, Jr.

Dr. Kathleen Verderber

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Visconte

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wilkins

Dr. and Mrs. Paul

Wojciechowski

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Yelton

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Step into CHCA and you will discover an extraordinary,

Christ-centered education unlike any within the city,

where our students have countless opportunities to

CHOOSE MORE. Here they find their place, pursue

their gifts, strengthen their faith, and make an impact

on our world. And the outcome? Our students realize

they can BE MORE.

ADVANCING THE MISSION

Since CHCA’s earliest days, our engaged and

abundantly generous community has fueled the

mission of CHCA, enabling our students to flourish

academically, spiritually, and socially. Preparing our

students for lives of kingdom impact and influence,

the reach of CHCA’s mission spans across our city,

throughout the country, and around the world.

CHCA Advancement Office

Beshear Family Welcome Center

8283 East Kemper Road

Cincinnati, Ohio 45249

www.chca-oh.org

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In the same way, let your light shine before others, that

they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father

in heaven.

- Matthew 5:16

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Cincinnati, Ohio 45249

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