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MORAVIAN COLLEGE

Annual Report 2006-2007


Dear Friends:

GREETINGS TO yOu fROM CAMPuS!

ANd MANy THANkS TO yOu fOR THE WARM ANd GENEROuS WELCOME WHICH

yOu HAVE ExTENdEd TO kATHy ANd ME duRING THIS PAST yEAR AS WE HAVE SETTLEd

INTO THE RICH TRAdITIONS ANd dAILy RHyTHMS Of THE MORAVIAN COMMuNITy.

WE ARE dELIGHTEd to be a part of this distinguished

educational community of teaching, learning, and performing.

you have shared with us your hopes, your dreams, and your

understanding of what is best about Moravian, and I attempted

to give an articulate voice to your many insights in the inauguration

address last April.

Community is of central importance to the educational

experience at Moravian. We began as a community of learning

some 265 years ago within the Moravian religious community.

We continue to live together, study together, serve together,

and play together. Our life together is given rich purpose and

fundamental direction by our mission, “to prepare men and

women for lives of leadership and service for the common good.”

As we look to the future, we desire to be the community of the

great embrace, welcoming men and women from all walks of life,

being representative of the rich diversity of people and cultures

within the many communities from which our students come to

learn and to which they go, upon graduation, to serve.

Liberal learning is the lifeblood of the Moravian community.

As our faculty have said in the Moravian Academic Plan 2006,

we want to “assure that all students grapple with the fundamental

questions about self, society, and nature, and acquire a broad

range of skills for critical thinking and communication.” The

academic life on campus is intended to be rigorous. We grapple

with life’s big questions. We search for compelling, creative,

and cogent means for expressing the truths we discover. We seek

the courage to listen and learn from others. As we look to the future,

we want the passion for learning that takes place in classrooms,

laboratories, studios, and rehearsal halls to be a part of the life

of the residence halls, the practice fields, and the HuB as well.

Professional service follows from liberal learning. for

generations, Moravian has been sending well-prepared graduates

into the world as teachers, health care professionals, business

leaders, artists, musicians, and clergy. As we look to the future,

we want our graduates to be able professionals as well as the

kind of leaders who know how to address the needs and directions

of society’s service institutions so that all men and women,

especially those who find themselves on the fringes of society,

are cared for in ways that are both effective and humane.


PreSIdenT

Community is of central importance

to the educational experience at Moravian.

We began as a community of learning

some 265 years ago within the Moravian

religious community. We continue to

live together, study together, serve together,

and play together.

Stewardship of our resources, both human and capital, is

crucial to the future viability of Moravian. We have been given

a wonderful campus, fine professional colleagues, and a growing

endowment. As stewards of these resources, we need to commit

ourselves to be prudent in their management and generous in our

contributions to their growth so that our buildings can be well

maintained, our faculty and staff well compensated, and our

students provided with the kind of financial aid that will keep the

door of opportunity and study open for them in the years to come.

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Thank you for your generous contributions to Moravian.

Together, we are proving to be good stewards of this remarkable

community of liberal learning and preparation for professional

leadership and service. You will discover, in the pages that

follow, a record of how your contributions have supported the

research of our faculty and students in many exciting ways. I

hope that you will enjoy what you read and—what is more

important—become even better informed about the life of

Moravian today.

Sincerely,

Christopher M. Thomforde

President

Christopher M. ThoMforde


STUdenT

When the Impacted Has

UnWeLCoMe IMPACT

LIke UnInvITed hoUSe gUeSTS, WISdoM TeeTh ofTen SPeLL

TroUbLe, eSPeCIALLY The IMPACTed kInd ThAT LUrk Under The gUM.

InfeCTIon CAn SeT In, MAkIng IT hArder To PULL TheM oUT,

A S I S T h e f A T e o f M o S T o f T h e M W h A T e v e r T h e I r C o n d I T I o n .

02.

Thad MILLer


WhAT InTereSTed ThAd MILLer ’07 were the

infections. In particular, he wondered whether better methods

could be devised to tell the difference between those embedded

cysts that can lead to head and neck infections, and even cancer

in rare cases, and those that are not dangerous.

dentigerous cysts are common. They usually form at the

crown of wisdom teeth that have not erupted above the gum line.

In general, they are identified by routine x-rays of the area in

the course of treatment. Most are harmless, but some become

infections that spread to the head and neck. The rule of thumb

was the size of the cyst—if it exceeded two centimeters, it might

deserve a closer look.

Thad joined the search for a more accurate method of diagnosis.

It centered on gathering samples of actual tissue from the pocket

(follicle) in which extracted wisdom teeth had been lodged and

treating them with chemical stains to determine whether or not

the cyst was worrisome.

he sought the samples from a variety of sources, including

dental surgeons who were Moravian alumni and a noted researcher

on the national scene, and worked under the supervision of

biology professor James b. Mitchell Jr. “I took dozens of samples,”

he recalled, “cut them up into tiny slices and stained them to

reveal certain components.” The colors that emerged from the

chemical reactions marked changes that had occurred in the

tissue, valuable clues to whether the cyst had developed safely

or abnormally.

The story of his research is told in a blaze of colors in his photos

of the experimental tissue after he has applied the stains. Page

after page of his honors report is filled with these vivid displays

of the records left behind by the cystic cells.

Thad said he was seven years old when he knew for sure that

he wanted to be a dentist. At Moravian, that ambition grew into

a fascination with oral surgery—and the possibility of doing

research in the field.

With that head of steam, he took on an honors project

whose sophistication some advisors believed to be too daunting,

but which, in the end, impressed his faculty and dental

professional mentors as an achievement usually not attempted

before graduate school.

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he said he was most grateful for Mitchell’s steadfast support,

especially after the draft of his thesis mysteriously disappeared

from his room four months before it was due. he rewrote the

thesis in three weeks.

As a prospective oral surgeon and researcher, Thad takes

a markedly diligent approach to making progress in the field.

Thus his concern that work such as his might contribute to

improved care. Though it is highly unlikely that dentigerous

cysts will develop into cancerous infections, he noted, when that

happens the results can be dire. All the more reason to identify

them as soon as possible.

With that head of steam, he took on an

honors project whose sophistication some

advisors believed to be too daunting,

but which, in the end, impressed his faculty

and dental professional mentors as an

achievement usually not attempted before

graduate school.

The contacts he made with specialists in dental medicine

in the course of casting about for advice and tissue samples have

proved invaluable, he said. “here I was, in my senior year,

talking with these top professionals, trying to hold coherent

conversations with them about my work,” he remembered.

“I’ll always think for sure that I leave college knowing a whole

lot more than when I entered.”


STUdenT

Reasons for Shunning Math

don’T Add UP

JennIfer gILLArd hAS An ITCh for The UnfAMILIAr. ChooSIng A foreIgn

CoUnTrY To SPend A SeMeSTer In, for exAMPLe, She PICked The AfrICAn nATIon

of SenegAL rATher ThAn one of The WeLL-knoWn eUroPeAn deSTInATIonS

fAvored bY MoST AMerICAn STUdenTS. WhILe There, She deLved InTo STUdIeS

ThAT Were off her norMAL rAdAr SCreen.

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Jennifer gILLArd


She hAd ArrIved AT MorAvIAn with thoughts of

becoming an english teacher. one requirement was mathematics

for elementary education. That made her wonder how she could

handle Calculus III. Somewhat surprisingly, she says, she loved

it, and that led her to camp out in the Mathematics department

“asking questions.” by the next semester, she was a confirmed

math major.

The decision drew the kind of blank stares and wary reactions

which reminded her that mathematics has an image problem.

Mention the subject and people backed away as if they’d been hit

by a whiff of ammonia. It was to be avoided as too tough, too

obscure, too useless, too time-consuming: in a word, too scary

and too irrelevant.

To Jennifer, the reputation was all wrong. her experience

taught her that mathematics is beautiful, fascinating, and

approachable, and that its usefulness as a tool in everything

from art to zoology was immeasurable. her research project,

under the guidance of mathematics professor kay Somers, set

out to locate some sources of the image problem by inspecting

math textbooks from the 1920s, the 1960s, and the first years

of the 21st century. how had they changed over time? She

hypothesized that this primary teaching tool had much to do

with how math came across to generations of students.

She plucked sample texts largely from the College’s vast

interlibrary storehouse. She investigated the difficulty levels

of the problems and also noted that there were obvious

technological differences. newer books were loaded with current

graphic marvels: bright colors, dazzling pictures, and dozens

of charts and graphs. by comparison, the books of yesteryear were

stark and drab. but to Jennifer, the glittering array of illustra-

tions in the newer texts contained a flaw that worked against

making math more user-friendly. Just as advertising sometimes

“takes away from the product itself,” she said, the abundance of

spiffy textbook graphics “becomes so distracting that it encourages

students to think they won’t be any good at math itself—there’s

too much fluff.” Adding to this distress, she concluded, is that

modern texts contain more worked-out examples. older texts,

by comparison, relied more on the teacher and presented the math

challenges more directly and less threateningly.

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She came up with a suggestion of her own: to stop students

from turning into mathophobes, include fewer “rote” problems

and more investigative problems.

The second part of Jennifer’s study contributed to assistant

professor kevin hartshorn’s effort to attract interest in mathematics

by linking it to cultural studies. he developed a course

called “ethnomathematics,” which spotlights examples of how

mathematics has been woven into the lives of other, sometimes

vanished, cultures. best known of these artifacts may be the

abacus, an instrument devised and still used by the Chinese to

calculate sums in everyday commerce, but many other marvels

have awaited rediscovery.

To Jennifer, the reputation was all wrong.

her experience taught her that mathematics

is beautiful, fascinating, and approachable,

and that its usefulness as a tool in everything

from art to zoology was immeasurable.

Jennifer explored historical topics, such as string-knotting

techniques used by the Incas of the Andes region of South

America for mathematics and record-keeping, and current

cultural topics, such as the geometry and graph theory underlying

the sand drawings of the bushongo people of the Congo

region of Africa. The 100-level course she helped develop is

now taught as a Cultural values and global Issues course in

the College’s general education curriculum.


STUdenT

It May Not Know Where It’s Going

bUT IT knoWS Where IT’S been

IT dIdn’T PAY hIS bILLS or Iron hIS ShIrTS, bUT IT Won hIM dISTInCTIon

WITh one of The MoST noveL And fUn SoAr ProJeCTS of The PAST YeAr:

A SPrY roboT. ToWArd The end of The SPrIng SeMeSTer, WeSLeY MoSer ’08 WAS

A fAMILIAr SIghT In The hAUPerT UnIon bUILdIng In The CoMPAnY of

hIS CoLorfUL CreATIon, ofTen TrAILed bY CUrIoUS STUdenTS And fACULTY.

06.

Wesley MoSer


IT WAS A roboT he had designed to tell a computer

program where it had been. As it ambled around a flat terrain,

steering clear of obstacles, its sensors relayed its path electronically

to the computer, which then displayed its route as a line-map

on a screen.

The little wanderer’s frame is built of lego blocks—yellow,

blue, red, and green—prized artifacts of Wesley’s childhood. To

provide mobility, two miniature tractor tires anchor the rear, and

steering wheels are mounted on the front. Its innards are packed

with sensing and computing equipment. A short, revolving

antenna in the forward section uses a sonar type mechanism to

survey the terrain ahead of the moving object. It sends what it

finds to the electronic processor behind it, which keeps track of

everything the sonar senses and all motion that has occurred.

The information eventually appears on the computer screen.

The research started when ben Coleman,

assistant professor of computer science,

asked if he’d like to do a project in the field.

from the shelves of the department he

found the abandoned remains of a robot-like

object that had been used for an experiment

a decade ago. That touched off his lego

affinity and his curiosity about robots. from

that germ of an idea, the concept gradually

took shape.

It has the look of a small delivery truck with a forward “cab”

and a rear cargo container crammed with technological gadgetry.

To Wesley, it is an achievement even he sometimes finds hard to

believe, and a source of sheer delight. “Anything I’d built before

I’ve had to push,” he noted.

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The research started when ben Coleman, assistant professor

of computer science, asked if he’d like to do a project in the

field. from the shelves of the department he found the abandoned

remains of a robot-like object that had been used for an

experiment a decade ago. That touched off his lego affinity

and his curiosity about robots. from that germ of an idea,

the concept gradually took shape.

The first goal was to keep the robot from bumping into

things. This involved installing sensors that would measure the

distance to objects. As the robot approached an object, it would

recognize a reduction in the distance, and turn to avoid the

object. no more crashes.

finding a means that allowed the device to map its direction

proved even tougher, Wesley said. “The robot can’t see where

it is,” he said, “so that presented all kinds of challenges. It involved

lots of math. All the robot does know is how fast it can go.”

Where and how far had to be determined by ingenuity. Persistence

and know-how would pay off when he was able to make the

biggest leap, translating the data gathered from charting the robot’s

location and devising a program that would show its track on

a computer screen.

“The roughest part was the robot telling the computer what

it did,” he said. Math again came to the rescue as he turned data

from “the real world to the images of a computer world.” In

its finished form, the robot scoots over a surface within an

enclosed area and its meanderings appear as crooked lines on

a computer monitor.

Wesley is majoring in both mathematics and computer

science. he counts as great good fortune his opportunity to

learn hands-on skills from his father, an electrician with whom

he has worked in partnership. he would like to learn more

about robots, but he’s not yet ready to embark on the frontier

of artificial intelligence. It’s a bit “scary,” he said, “but then

again I don’t understand how it works.”


The STorY ConCernS eLIShA, the prophet chosen

as the handpicked successor to the better-known holy man, elijah,

eight centuries before Christ. A desperate woman has appealed

to elisha to save her two sons from being sold into slavery. he

advises her to pour her oil into pots and jars offered by her

neighbors. She does so. Miraculously, there is enough oil to fill

all the containers, and she finds she has enough to pay off

those who threaten her sons.

The lesson, said associate professor deborah Appler, a hebrew

bible scholar at Moravian Theological Seminary, is that the

community of people who pitched in to save the day deserves much

more credit for it than elisha does. That was one of the points

she drew in her year-long analysis of how elisha’s example—

an important one in her field of biblical study—might apply in

the African nation of Tanzania where she spent the past academic

term (her sabbatical) at Teofilo kisani University, a Moravianrelated

school in the southwest Tanzanian city of Mbeya.

highlighting the community as a source of the godly solutions

had a strong resonance in Tanzania, she saw, because Africans

overall place so much emphasis on communal activity to take care

What Profit a Scriptural

ProPheT In Modern-dAY AfrICA?

AT fIrST, ThIS ACCoUnT MAY SoUnd ALL Too fAMILIAr: IT’S

AboUT rAnSoM for oIL In The MIddLe eAST. bUT ITS SeTTIng And ConTenT

Are fAr reMoved froM PeTrodoLLArS And drILLIng rIgS.

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of many of their most basic problems. Moreover, awarding

elisha too much of the praise resembled a lingering pattern of

deference to outside benefactors, primarily Westerners, a trend

that continues long after official colonialism has ended.

Professor Appler incorporated this and many other conclusions

in a paper delivered to a selected group of scholars at the Institute

for Wesleyan Studies at oxford University in england this past

August. Its title: “What’s a Mzungu to do? A Western Christian

reading of elisha’s Prophetic Mission in the Light of Today’s

Christian Mission in Tanzania.”

“Mzungu” means “to wander” and refers to all who arrive in

Tanzania from other parts of the world. Appler said she was

often uncomfortable as a privileged Westerner, asking herself

whether she and the various missionaries in the region (the

Moravian mission extends back to 1891) could be helpful in a

setting where foreign Christians often carried the stigma

of colonial oppression and, on the other hand, played a

crucial role, providing urgently needed resources in such

areas as medicine, education and nutrition.


ProfeSSor

Appler said she was often uncomfortable

as a privileged Westerner, asking herself

whether she and the various missionaries

in the region could be helpful in a setting

where foreign Christians often carried the

stigma of colonial oppression and, on the

other hand, played a crucial role, providing

urgently needed resources in such areas as

medicine, education and nutrition.

for Appler, the elisha in the story of the ransomed sons is

shown at his best, respecting the judgment of the people to solve

the problem. That concept reinforced African convictions about

grass-roots collaboration. but at other places in the elisha account

(II kings 2:1-13:22) she saw a mighty prophet setting a terrible

09.

Deborah APPLer

example. Such as the time he consigned a group of boys to death

for poking fun at him. or the episode where, in Appler’s view,

he may have imposed a “miracle” baby on a strong woman leader

who had no children. Appler’s claim, from her research into a

stack of texts by Africans and other scholars, was that elisha had

ignored the woman’s own feelings about having a child and that

the prophet may have done so in order to place her in the ranks

of traditional subservient women where her leadership would be

blunted. Such a story could be used to underscore potential bias

against women, she believes, but only if elisha’s missteps are

taken into account.

These and other exercises in hard analysis of how an accurate

reading of the book of kings may help uncover the situation

of Western Christians in Tanzania can be found in Appler’s paper,

which she is rounding into final form for publication. Among

her other findings: elisha’s account can teach tolerance (he heals

an enemy) and good works (he purifies water for drinking).

“When elisha engages in ministry,” she concluded, “and

truly partners with people he serves—when he listens to them

and doesn’t talk at them—he is most successful.”


STUdenTS

When YouTube Becomes

TheIr TUbe Too

deSPITe SoMe CLoWnISh ChILLS, NighTMare oN SouTh CaMpuS hAS A hAPPY endIng.

IT TeLLS The STorY of hooLIgAnS Who STeAL The fInAL vIdeo of A fILM CLASS AS IT

I S o n I T S WA Y T o b e S h o W n T o T h e P U b L I C . T h e f o r C e S o f g o o d d A S h T o T h e r e S C U e ,

A f T e r A S L A P S T I C k b A T T L e , T h e Y r e T U r n T h e C L A S S ’ S h o LY g r A I L T o I T S C r e A T o r S ,

Who ofTen Look reMArkAbLY LIke re-CoSTUMed verSIonS of The vILLAInS.

10.

Dominic nIgITo

ryan SheLLeY


f o r d o M I n I C n I g I T o ’ 0 7 A n d r Y A n S h e L L e Y

’09, Nightmare was a high point of collaboration that brought

their distinct talents and styles together. They had met in a video

art course taught by krista Steinke finch, assistant professor of

art, and based a loose partnership on a common enthusiasm for

learning more about the craft.

dominic, who was authorized by ryan to speak for the two

of them, said their differing aptitudes and preferences resulted

in both expanding their fields of vision. dominic sees himself

as relatively free-wheeling and spontaneous, whereas, he said,

ryan tended toward fixing a story line and showed particular

proficiency in technical details. In choosing content, dominic

said, he mostly drew from his own experiences, and ryan liked

to play off stereotypes.

“In terms of editing, we had different styles,” dominic said,

“and I welcomed ryan’s strengths. I had a knack for main ideas

and how it would look; he’d put it together. I’d do more of the

directing; he’d do the tech stuff. he’d concentrate more on

theme and continuity; I went more with the flow. he had more

of a plan. I started work and the plan would come out as the

piece developed.”

In their explorations into the art, these styles often intertwine.

Nightmare, for example, has both the stark reality of a video art

class’s worst fear that their semester’s work will vanish—an anxiety

dominic probably shared as a class member—and the feel of a

joke, an amused, detached look at the frenzy of students at the

end of a term.

Another video called a poem is right out of dominic’s life. It

is about the breakup of a rock group, much like one that dominic

went through himself. but as it develops on the screen, the

darkness and foreboding take on the exaggerated qualities that

border on parody.

Though their instincts ran in different directions, dominic

said he and ryan worked together with remarkable harmony. “It’s

surprising how fight-less it was,” he said. All of their productions

are brief—no more than five minutes or so—befitting the age of

YouTube, where brief is not just better but nearly always necessary

to attract viewers. At the gallery showing of 15 videos at the end

of the spring semester, many of the entries were as short as a

minute. “If it’s too long,” dominic said, “you run the risk of

students losing interest.”

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At the same time, he finds feature films that hold his attention.

Among his favorites have been three edgy movies: Confessions of a

Dangerous Mind, Moulin rouge, and The Transformers.

When dominic and ryan became friends, they discovered an

intriguing Moravian connection. Their fathers had attended the

College at the same time. both had played on the greyhound

football team and belonged to the same fraternity. dominic’s

mother also graduated from the school.

Though their instincts ran in different

directions, dominic said he and ryan

worked together with remarkable harmony.

“It’s surprising how fight-less it was,” he

said. All of their productions are brief—no

more than five minutes or so—befitting

the age of YouTube, where brief is not just

better but nearly always necessary to attract

viewers. At the gallery showing of 15 videos

at the end of the spring semester, many

of the entries were as short as a minute. “If

it’s too long,” dominic said, “you run the

risk of students losing interest.”

dominic played a lot of high school and college football

before he ever became involved with art. he was a stalwart on

the Central Catholic high School team and held down a

defensive back position at Moravian until he was hobbled by

injuries. This fall he became an assistant coach at notre

dame high School in green Pond. The notion of designing

another piece of video art is never far away.


STUdenT Christina La veCChIA

The Strange Case of the

MISSIng engLISh CoMPoSerS

In eArLY 19Th-CenTUrY engLAnd, There WAS no ShorTAge of PoeTS

P U r S U I n g “ r o M A n T I C ” I d e A L S . A M o n g T h e b I g g e S T S T A r S W e r e W o r d S W o r T h ,

b Y r o n , A n d k e A T S ; S C o r e S o f o T h e r S e x I S T e d J U S T o U T o f T h e L I M e L I g h T .

bUT hAd brITISh CoMPoSerS ALSo been InSPIred bY ThAT STrAIn of roMAnTICISM?

12.


The generALLY ACCePTed vIeW has been that they

hadn’t. According to the usual narrative, england’s romantic

writers flourished but the trend didn’t carry over to its composers.

The later compositions of Mozart and the works of beethoven

and Schubert brought the romantic spirit to London from the

continent of europe, but, said conventional wisdom, the british

never produced their own versions of it.

romanticism refers to the surge of beliefs that flowed from

revolutionary movements in europe. It included celebration

of the individual, emotions, nature, simplicity, and subjectivity.

british writers had it in spades; british composers supposedly

weren’t in the market for it.

Christina Lavecchia ’07, a versatile musician herself,

found reason to rewrite that history. her honors research

into that period, the late 1700s into the first decades of

the 1800s, found evidence that there were, indeed, composers,

now long forgotten, who had caught the romantic fever and

incorporated it into their music.

The most notable figure she uncovered (with grove’s Dictionary

of Music and Musicians at the ready, and with Theresa A. dougal and

hilde binford standing by to give professorial advice about

english literature and music respectively) was george frederic

Pinto (1787-1806), a doomed prodigy who wrote a few solo

keyboard works and sonatas for piano and violin in which critics

detect the influence of the great romanticists. but Pinto’s

untimely death from “dissipation” at the age of 20, and his scant

number of compositions, soon consigned him to obscurity.

There were other composers Christina says shared this affinity

with romanticism: among them Charles Avison, William Jackson,

Samuel Arnold, and Thomas Linley. “They weren’t up there

with haydn and beethoven,” she said, “but of the music I looked

at some was pretty good. It had some romantic qualities.”

for Christina and scholars such as nicholas Temperley, from

whom she obtained key resources, the important point was that,

contrary to the usual claim that romanticism had been confined

to british literature, cross-pollination between writers and musical

creators had taken place. It had been forgotten or neglected for

various reasons, she found, but had a limited life of its own,

not one that matched the exchanges on the Continent between

poets like Schiller and composers like Mozart, but a degree of

interaction nonetheless.

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With superstars like haydn regularly rolling into London’s

concert halls, it was tough for english national composers to gain

a hearing, she said. The outsiders had more appeal and the locals

tended to be underrated.

Christina’s dual focus on english and music inclined her to

the kind of research she undertook. She took up the violin in

the fourth grade and piano in high school. She’s also accomplished

on the Celtic fiddle and the viola da gamba. In one setting or

another, she played and sang her way through Moravian.

for Christina and scholars such as nicholas

Temperley, from whom she obtained

key resources, the important point was that,

contrary to the usual claim that romanticism

had been confined to british literature,

cross-pollination between writers and musical

creators had taken place.

At the same time, her immersion in literature stirred interest

in the impact or one art form on another, in this case music and

literature. Music, she said, has traditionally lagged behind the

absorption of trends. Linking literature and music during the

romantic period in england shows that this power new cultural

style was having an effect across artistic lines.

In her experience, the connections between art and life

likewise can be baffling. for example, in her role as violin soloist

at special occasions, mostly weddings, she has become used to

repeating a short list of favorites such as Pachelbel’s Canon in d.

It seemed like a natural byproduct of popular culture. Then one

day she was asked to render another wedding hit, “Lara’s Theme”

from the movie Dr. Zhivago, at the gravesite at a funeral. That got

her attention.



I’d never heArd of A PLAnT that produced seeds

that mimicked animals,” kuserk said. but there it was, identified

with the help of his student researcher, brian birchak ’09, as a

full-fledged “snailseed pond weed.” “I’d convinced brian that

they were snails,” said kuserk; “then he went on the Internet

and found ‘snailseed.’ We also looked at where they were found

in the world and, sure enough, one site was Carbon County,

Pennsylvania, where we were.”

The search for life in that and other nearby bodies of water

has been part of kuserk’s two-pronged study, with biology chair

diane husic, of the damage caused by fumes that poured from

the zinc smelters in the northeast part of the state for more than

seven decades before they shut down in the 1970s. The other

prong has been a study of the Lehigh river gap to determine

whether efforts to restore a huge tract of land devastated by the

smelters have had positive results. It has been an environmental

Protection Agency Superfund site for many years.

Much of the forest in the downwind path of the sulfuric acid

that belched from the smelters had become barren, rock-strewn

wasteland. The acid wiped out the vegetation (in addition to

Was It Animal, Vegetable, or Mineral

or More ThAn one?

AS A bIoLogY ProfeSSor, frAnk T. kUSerk hAd Seen PLenTY of exoTIC

orgAnISMS, bUT feW SUrPrISed hIM LIke The one he CAMe UPon In A neArbY Pond.

IT Looked To hIM LIke A PLAnorbId SnAIL. bUT IT TUrned oUT To be SoMeThIng

even More UnUSUAL: A PLAnT ThAT gIveS off SeedS ThAT Look LIke SnAILS.

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fostering acid rain) and subsequently wind eroded the soil. The

most blighted territory was the northern slope of the blue Mountains.

five years ago, the researchers began efforts to revive the

region, much of it now under the ownership of the Lehigh gap

refuge in and around the community of Palmerton.

The acid wiped out the vegetation and subse-

quently wind eroded the soil. The most

blighted territory was the northern slope of

the blue Mountains. five years ago, the

researchers began efforts to revive the re-

gion, much of it now under the ownership

of the Lehigh gap refuge in and around the

community of Palmerton.


ProfeSSor

The first step was to scatter key “soil amendments” on the

slope: mushroom soil, fertilizers and lime. The second was to

seed the area with rugged “warm weather grasses” such as exist

on the difficult terrain of the great Prairie. These grasses grow

deep roots that hold soil better than the “cold weather” variety

that makes up most home lawns.

for comparison, the researchers used a 1975 study of the metal

content of the polluted soil and the prevalence of microorganisms

that existed in it.

The exacting process of collecting and testing new soil

samples was carried out by Armando villafane ’08 with a level

of competence that draws unqualified praise from his professor.

The results were encouraging. Whereas the earlier study showed

the level of zinc at 33,000 parts per million at the top of the

blue Mountain ridge, the new reading was 5,317 ppm. At the

same time, the number of microorganisms has modestly risen.

kuserk, who has served on the Moravian faculty for 30 years,

tempers the good news with empirical caution. “Some of the

reduction of metal supply in the soil is simply a matter of time,”

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Frank T. kUSerk

he said, adding that natural processes would have eroded some

of the pollution since the smelting operation shut down more

than three decades ago. And he notes that the “normal” zinc

presence is 650 ppm, leaving a big challenge still ahead. Still,

he said, the results mean the remedial process has helped.

during the period of the study, kuserk’s concentration on

aquatic systems has been growing. In pursuit of the other


prong” of the examination of the zinc smelting, he has been

surveying the ponds and streams of the gap area to catalog the

life within them. “nobody has studied this,” he said, “so I

basically spent the summer finding what kinds of things are here.”

Snailseed pond weed was one of the surprises.


STUdenT Michael dICIndIo

“I Write the Songs That Make the Young Girls Cry”

UnLeSS I’M A rebeL

M I C h A e L d I C I n d I o P L A Y S g U I T A r , S T A n d - U P b A S S A n d d r U M S , b U T h I S g o A L I S

heLPIng oTher MUSICIAnS obTAIn TheIr rIghTS rATher ThAn JoInIng TheM on STAge.

he heAded off To LAW SChooL ThIS fALL To beCoMe An ATTorneY In The fIeLd of

enTerTAInMenT, Where The SUb-CLAUSeS of CoPYrIghT And ConTrACT CAn MAke ALL

The dIfferenCe beTWeen SUCCeSS And fAILUre To A PerforMer’S CAreer.

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hIS reSeArCh AT MorAvIAn ShoULd heLP;

it gave him a solid theory as to what kind of entertainment sells.

A main reason, he concluded, was that top-flight singers tap

into our deepest psychic cast of characters, known as archetypes.

based on the thinking of the psychology pioneer Carl Jung and

incorporated in a textbook used by gary kaskowitz, assistant

professor of economics and business, these types picture the

range of human personalities and exist subconsciously as forms

ready to connect with real-world examples.

Twelve archetypes were provided by the textbook, The hero and

the outlaw: Building extraordinary Brands through the power of archetypes,

by Carol S. Pearson and Margaret Mark: hero, outlaw, lover,

sage, magician, creator, innocent, explorer, regular guy/gal,

jester, caregiver, and ruler. Michael adapted two of them (lover

and regular guy/gal) to fit his study but kept the ideas constant.

he looked for performers who stood out

on Billboard magazine’s top-20 charts from

the 1950s to 2000 to seek what they had in

common. his answer was that the performers

he studied consistently expressed an arche-

type, thereby striking a common chord in

the audience.

he looked for performers who stood out on Billboard

magazine’s top-20 charts from the 1950s to 2000 to seek what

they had in common. his answer was that the performers he

studied consistently expressed an archetype, thereby striking a

common chord in the audience. Though the types themselves

remained constant, he concluded, changing cultural trends

altered the ways in which those types were expressed from

one time period to another.

kaskowitz, who teaches courses on marketing, invited

Michael to study this aspect of the music business as a soar

project in the summer of 2006. That effort turned into an

honors thesis.

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Michael’s fundamental finding: many performers that create

an impact do so by projecting a clear archetypal identity. You

must push the right buttons to stir up underlying affections that

can lead to over-the-counter purchases. A performer may

naturally project an identity such as rebel or magician, but it’s

also possible to manufacture one or another, Michael said.

A sterling example, he said, was Madonna, who has darted from

rebel to lover to innocent and isn’t finished yet. She is in

good company among those who mold their image to appeal

to popular tastes.

The archetypes were consistently present throughout the

period of Michael’s study, he found, but their expression

changed. Context was everything. In the 1950s, frank Sinatra

veiled the lover’s message of intimacy and sensuality in songs

like “Love and Marriage” and “Makin’ Whoopee.” Marvin

gaye in the ’70s was able to use more explicit expressions like

“getting it on,” and the present-day rap singer r. kelly can

take advantage of today’s more tolerant context and sing frankly

about “having sex.” Johnny Cash epitomized the “regular guy”

in the ’50s. Though Cash indulged in alcohol and drugs, Michael

believes he did it in the “guy/gal” tradition of escaping rather

than rebelling. “he didn’t do it to say he was better than you,”

Michael said. The tradition continued with Creedence Clearwater

revival, whose vietnam War protests in the 1970s were

expressed in mainstream patriotic terms, and in the “good ol’

boy” image of current country singers such as Trace Adkins.

The beatles provided him the biggest treasure trove of archetypes.

Their dazzling mix of talents was displayed, Michael said,

through an array of images that registered with archetypes. John

could be a sage, care-giver, lover, explorer, or a regular “guy/

gal,” as could Paul, and together, Michael said, they embodied “as

many archetypes as you could find.” The ultimate protean band.

for Michael, the process of linking types to particular

musicians has been both fascinating and bottom-line practical.

It may have provided him with an analytical tool to help clients

in the entertainment business make it big.


GIVING TO MORAVIAN

The 2006-2007 fiscal year brought a sense of renewal to

Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary

under a new president, Christopher M. Thomforde. The

College was awarded a $147,000 matching grant from the

National Park Service Save America’s Treasures program

for a minor restoration of the Brethren’s House. Of

that grant, $109,000 was received and counted during

the 2006-2007 fiscal year to ensure appropriate care

and conservation of the buildings. The College was also

awarded a $130,000 Campus Heritage Grant from

the Getty Foundation. The grant will fund the creation

of a comprehensive historic preservation plan that will

formalize the College’s principles and practices regarding

the historical preservation of its architectural resources.

We closed the year by reaching our Moravian Fund goal

of $1,000,000 in unrestricted dollars. The total gifts to

Moravian College were $5.1 million in overall support. We

saw an increase in alumni giving by 13% and an increase

in current parent support by 23%.

The Seminary experienced its most successful fundraising

year in the history of the institution during the

2006-2007 academic year, due in part to an increase

in alumni participation from 39% to 48%. Gifts from

alumni in support of the annual fund exceeded expectations

by nearly 20%. Members of the Seminary Board

of Trustees significantly increased their overall financial

commitment in support of the Seminary strategic

priorities. At year-end, a gift of $3.2 million, the largest

single gift ever contributed to the Seminary, was

received from the Adam Brinker estate.

Without the yearly support of Moravian’s alumni,

parents, friends, corporations and foundations we could

not continue to grow and thrive as an institution of

higher education. It is through your generosity that we

continue our educational mission and advance the

Moravian vision for the future.

THE COMENIUS SOCIETY

Moravian Circle $100,000+

1742 Circle 50,000+

Chairman’s Circle 25,000+

Trustee Circle 10,000+

President’s Associates 5,000+

Heritage Club 2,500+

Third Century Club 1,000+

OTHER GIVING LEVELS

Monocacy Club 500+

Founders’ Club 250+

Colonial Club 150+

Greyhound Club up to 149

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SEMINARY ThE CoMENIUS ALUMNI SoCIETY

& FRIENDS

Comenius Society members are loyal

alumni, friends, parents, corporate

leaders, and faculty and staff who

know that Moravian is defining what

it means to be a twenty-first century

educational institution. Members

share the conviction that with their

financial support the College and

Seminary can do more to advance

the goals of the institution and bring

its accomplishments to the attention

of the community.

Members of the Comenius Society

have supported Moravian by making

an unrestricted gift of $1,000 or

more during 2006-2007.

MoRAvIAN CIRCLE

Mr. & Mrs. DeLight E. Breidegam Jr.

Estate of Adam Brinker*

Estate of Lillian I. Erdell*

Getty Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. James A. Hancock Jr.

Holly Beach Public Library

Mrs. Priscilla Payne Hurd

Priscilla Payne Hurd Charitable Lead

Unitrust

Estate of Charles K. Kerschmar* ’37

William S. ’56 & Helen Marsh

Raymond R. & Jeanne Freas ’48

Mellen

Moravian Church, Northern Province

Moravian Church, Southern Province

National Park Service

Frank E. Payne & Seba B. Payne

Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. Fred Reinhard

Estate of Ellen J. Warmkessel* ’70

1742 CIRCLE

Mr. & Mrs. Martin Engels

Sodexho

Mrs. Nancy A. Taylor

ChAIRMAN’S CIRCLE

Estate of M. Ann Bachert* ’45

Mr. & Mrs. Curtis H. Barnette

Estate of Elizabeth Aye Brunt* ’38

Richard & Evelyn Trodahl ’68

Chynoweth

Estate of Phyllis I. Clark* ’46

East Penn Manufacturing

Company Inc.

Franklin & Ada Zellner ’46 Flower

John D. ’67 & Karen Fry

Harlan F. Fulmer, M.D. ’43

Dr. & Mrs. Daniel R. Gilbert Sr.

Mr. & Mrs. Homer Graper

Mrs. Roy C. Haberkern

Mr. & Mrs. J. Robert Hess

Lebensfeld Foundation

Thomas & Susan Brickman ’87

McGrath

Charlotte W. Newcombe Foundation

Pepsi Bottling Group, Inc.

Mrs. Betsey Tait Puth ’51

Estate of Jane F. Shirer* ’44

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Air Products & Chemicals Inc.

Mr. Cyril J. Anderson

Bank of New York

Estate of Lois Watkins Brotzman* ’39

Mrs. Bertha Finkelstein Cohen ’37

Placido A. ’78 & Sandra L. Corpora

Mr. & Mrs. Dennis A. Domchek

Michael M. ’72 & Kathleen Ellis

Phil & Carolyn Erdle

Estate of Henry K. Erwin*

Express Times

Exxon-Mobil

Estate of Paul Fatzinger*

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fox

Edwin & Genevieve Riordan ’43 Gee

Estate of Blandina Griffith*

Woodrin ’66 & Beth Grossman

Hewlett-Packard Company

F. James ’69 & Daren A. Hutchinson

Mr. & Mrs. John Kemps

Keystone Nazareth Bank & Trust

Company

Richard T. Jr. ’77 & M. Leslie

Kingston

Cyril M. Jr. ’65 & Brenda J. Krajci

Mr. John Landis

Larger Life Foundation

William H. ’58 & Carol Sloan ’58

McElveen

Mr. Charles E. Merrill Jr.

Mr. Ronald L. Miksiewicz ’84

Estate of Evadne Mitchell*

Anthony ’59 & Patricia Ann Morelli

Dr. Barbara A. Osborne ’70 &

Dr. Richard A. Goldsby

Pennsylvania Department of

Education

Pennsylvania Higher Education

Foundation

PNC Financial Services Group

Ms. Leslie Puth

Kenneth J. ’79 & Anne McCandless

’79 Rampolla

RMI

Miss Cornelia Schlotter ’57

Mr. & Mrs. George D. Smith

Mrs. Evangeline B. Smith

Society for Promoting the Gospel

Dr. F. P. ’43 & Helen Sutliff

Ms. Joann M. Trotsky ’64

Windmill Foundation

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Albarell Electric Inc.

Dexter F. & Dorothy H. Baker

Foundation

Berks County Community

Foundation

Ray S. Jr. ’81 & Teri McCandless ’81

Bishop

Mr. Stephen Black

Coordinated Health

David R. ’63 & Gail K. Cornelius

Frank L. Crouch ’80 & Audrey West


Donald E. Sr. & Marilou ’94

Cummings

Dr. & Mrs. Harry G. Dimopoulos

Harry E. ’64 & Genie Billiard ’63

Dooley

Duggan & Marcon Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Durso

Eden Charitable Foundation

Ms. H. Paty Eiffe

Employees of East Penn

Manufacturing Company Inc.

Robert P. ’71 & Deborah L. Flicker

Mr. Lewis W. Foy

Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Freedman

Harold H. Jr. & Patricia F. ’98 Garner

Mr. & Mrs. William C. Hittinger

Mrs. Constance Stirling Hodson ’68

Mr. Thomas More Holland ’82 & Ms.

Edith A. Gambacorta

IBM Corporation

Mr. Elmer G. McGuire ’57

Russell & Deborah Oplinger ’73

McKinnon

Dr. Alma A. Miles

Parry J. ’66 & Claire L. Miller

Estate of Gerhard Miller*

National Endowment for the

Humanities

Mr. Henry W. Nehilla ’67

Todd D. ’93 & Janna Barclay ’95

Parlee

Sandra Constantine Peinado, M.D.

PPL Corporation

Dr. Joanne M. Regina ’83 &

Mr. Randall A. Weston

Mrs. Melissa Miller Robbins ’69

Dr. & Mrs. Ervin J. Rokke

David & Lisa Moyer ’81 Roth

David ’60 & Doris Wood

Schattschneider

Robert J. Jr. & Patricia Nemesh ’70

Schoenen

Ralph L. Shields, M.D. ’60

Mr. & Mrs. Jary W. Shimer

Dr. Bettie Moretz Smolansky

St. Luke’s Hospital

Frank ’61 & Carol Herman ’62 Szarko

Mrs. Margaret Taylor

President Christopher M. Thomforde

& Dr. Kathy G. Thomforde

Trans-Bridge Lines Inc.

Martin L. ’70 & Judith K. Trichon

Mr. & Mrs. Charles S. Turner

Mrs. Louise Rothenberger Watt ’43

Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Weller

Mrs. Florence O’Donnell Wieder ’52

Mr. & Mrs. Peter C. Wolle

Thomas & Janice ’82 Young

Earl C. ’57 & Adele Zeiner

hERITAgE CLUb

Mr. Alvin A. Albright Jr.

Association of Independent Colleges

and Universities of Pennsylvania

D. Wayne ’04 & Margaret Barefoot

*Deceased

Mr. & Mrs. Jan L. Blom

Frank D. & Beth Williams ’78 Boyer

Harold S. Campbell Foundation

Martin D. Cohen Family Foundation

Ms. Maria Corpora ’72

Rt. Rev. M. Blair Couch ’78 &

Mr. Warren Gericke

John R. ’72 & Margery G. Feitig

Dr. & Mrs. James Frommer

Myron ’57 & Phyllis B. Genel

Guardian Life Insurance Company

of America

Odell ’77 & Karen Boyer ’78 Guyton

George E. ’59 & Marie Hollendersky

Mr. Ralph W. Hunsicker ’76

F. Robert Jr. ’76 & Barbara Colbourne

’77 Huth

James L. 56 & Edith T. Johnson

Johnson & Johnson Company

Just Born Inc.

Thomas F. ’49 & Louise Keim

Keith D. ’73 & Dena L. Lambie

Roger C. & Linda Wells ’69 Lark

Lehigh Cement Company

Lehigh Valley Arts Council

Lehigh Valley Community

Foundation

Estate of Carl Lilius*

Christian R. & Mary F. Lindback

Foundation

Rev. Anna Deppen Lutz ’70

Atty. & Mrs. Blake C. Marles

Martin Guitar Charitable Foundation

Henry E. Jr. ’60 & Bobbie May

Mrs. Frances Fulmer McClain ’38

Merck Company Foundation

Metropolitan Life Insurance

Company

Richard A. & Janie Whallon ’74 Muir

New York Times Company

Foundation

David E. & Joan Lardner Paul

Mr. Jonathan C. Puth

Daniel D. II ’91 & Michelle Betz ’89

Reichenbach

Reichenbach & Son Inc.

Mrs. Barbara Reimers

Miss Lucinda M. Shure ’70

Robert C. Sr. ’68 & Marsha Silcox

William H. & Judith Morecz ’64

Simpson

Dr. James Tyler

Robert A. ’90 & Sarah Verrone

Wachovia Foundation

Mrs. Diane Yaeck Wellington ’57

Mrs. June S. Wentz

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Mr. & Mrs. John M. Adams

Miss Alma A. Albright ’40

Miss Margaret L. Albright ’43

Amaranth Foundation

Jose P. & Karen ’88 Arencibia

AT&T Foundation

Mrs. Olivia Musselman Barnes ’38

ThE CoMENIUS SoCIETY

19.

Charles E. Jr. ’60 & Rita Roseman ’61

Bartolet

Robert E. ’80 & Kathy Lynn Beitler

Mr. & Mrs. J. Richard Beltram

Peter E. ’64 & Andria Bilan

Mrs. Shirley Kunsman Bilheimer ’57

Binney & Smith Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Bisci

Donald R. ’57 & Dolores Bortz

Larry B. ’62 & Ann L. Bostick

Roy F. ’82 & Sabrina Zimpfer ’82

Boyd

James C. & Terri Koser ’82 Brady

Ms. Rosanne E. Bricker ’64 & Mr.

Kenneth Craven

Lloyd & Laurie Riley ’82 Brubaker

James O. ’47 & Colleen Workman ’60

Bruckart

Rene H. ’66 & Cecelia Burgauer

George K. & Concetta Ronca ’50

Burke

D. Wayne ’69 & Nancy Burkette

Busy Workers Society

Alvin H. Butz Inc.

Douglas W. ’66 & Barbara Brautigam

’65 Caldwell

Capital Blue Cross

Peter & Francine Caputo

Louis E. & Emily Price ’63 Chappuie

Peter D. ’88 & Candyce Homan ’89

Chimera

Frank L. & Gloria Gately ’45 Chipman

Harry S. Jr. ’72 & Jennifer Swain ’73

Clarke

Clarkston-Potomac Group, Inc.

W. Eugene ’68 & Patricia A. Clater

Rt. Rev. & Mrs. C. Hopeton Clennon

Mr. Peter G. Cohen ’84

Mr. & Mrs. Herman E. Collier Jr.

Commerce Bank

Mr. Brian J. Corvino ’02 &

Ms. Jaime Marks ’04

Mr. Charles D. Couch*

Miss M. Lillian Davenport

Geoffrey D. ’72 & Debbie Davis

Julie A. Del Giorno & Margie Griffith

John D. & Dolores McIntire ’52

DeLeon

Wayne L. & Kathryn Werst ’69

Detwiler

Dr. & Mrs. George S. Diamond

Robert H. ’63 & Stephanie Dietrich

Leonard R. & Emmeline Lewis ’48

Dimmick

Miss Marcella I. Dimmick ’35

James M. & Mary Beth Krater ’64

Dinneen

Shawn M. & Christina Zarnas ’94

Donahue

Mr. & Mrs. Carl A. Dull Jr.

James A. ’78 & Shari Miller ’80

Dunstan

Mr. & Mrs. Stewart Early

Embassy Bank

Walter V. L. ’69 & Daphne Greene ’71

Eversley

Fayez Sarofim & Company

Russell K. ’57 & Shirley Fegely

Miss Carolyn D. Felker ’68

Michael G. & Ruth Overfield ’41

Fidorack

John J. & Lois Yerger ’41 Fischel

Dr. Don C. Follmer

Dr. & Mrs. John R. Forro

Mr. David R. Frankenfield ’66

Kerry S. ’85 & Kerri Freidl

Peter L. ’60 & Grace French

Mr. Robert P. L. Frick ’49

Barry R. ’69 & Kim Galley

Gillespie Printing

Bernhard & Rita Hoffmeier ’90 Glaser

Mr. James E. Gold

Jan ’72 & Dana Gollins

Mark R. & Nancy Likman ’78 Graham

Gray Family Foundation Inc.

Douglas C. ’87 & Betty Green

Ms. Sallie L. Greenfield

Joseph A. ’72 & Margaret Grieshaber

Joseph M. & Kristina Jones ’79

Groller

Mr. Richard F. Groman II ’78

Mr. George F. Halfacre

Ray H. & Kathryn Horwath ’52

Hartman

Ms. Thyra L. Hartshorn ’91

Gary R. & Tamera Boote ’81 Hatton

Charles W. ’74 & Sharon L. Heidecker

Mrs. Candy Barr Heimbach ’79

Mr. Ned & Dr. Linda Heindel

Mr. Carl J. Helmich Jr. ’53

Ms. Marilyn L. Herwig ’75

Highmark Blue Shield

Frank L. & Donna Stadinger ’64

Hocker

Joseph B. Jr. ’88 & Susan Hoffmeier

Home Moravian Church

James J. ’60 & Elizabeth Houser

Robert E. ’65 & Carolsue Houser

Robert & Amy Kohler ’95 Howard

Mr. George T. Hudson ’59

Thomas R. ’90 & Kimberly Deischer

’91 Ike

Jacob’s Music Company

Mr. & Mrs. Francis M. James III

Ms. Lillian K. Janos ’86

Ms. Ellen Dalgaard Jensen

R. Burke ’61 & Eleanor F. Johnson

Daniel ’73 & Diane ’98 Joseph

Ms. Judith Plocher Kaaua ’67

Mr. & Mrs. C. Cassard Kaesemeyer

Drs. Curtis & Karen Keim

Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Kiel

Michael & Claire ’87 Klatchak

Mrs. Kathryn Broczkowski Klein ’67

Ms. Bertie Francis Knisely ’69

Dale & Beverly Gaston ’73 Kochard

Stanley & Virginia Paulson ’42

Kocher

John J. ’92 & Denise Kruse


Susan H. Kuenstner ’83 &

Tom Coleman

Mr. Paul E. Kurzeja ’89

Lafayette Ambassador Bank

John G. ’65 & Janice Whitfield ’64

Landis

Mrs. Sherry K. Larson-Reese

Donna J. Lee ’76 & John J. Stecher

Drs. Michael & Eva Leeds

Mrs. Katherine Schwalbe Leinbach

Ms. Wilma A. Lewis

Mr. Richard & Dr. Janet Loengard

Gary L. ’88 & Teresa Segar ’88 Long

Howard E. ’71 & Barbara Lubert

James O. ’63 & Judith Studwell ’63

MacDonald

Maggie Styers Missionary Chapter

Dr. & Mrs. Roger H. Martin

Gerald D. & Shirley Hart ’63 McBride

Dr. Margaret L. McClure ’61

Ms. Deborah McCullough

Mrs. Carol Buechner McMullen ’51

Mr. Gregg L. McNelis ’77

Media People Inc

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur W. Mellen

Benjamin L. ’60 & Nancy Meluskey

Lloyd H. ’64 & Barbara Michael

Rev. Elizabeth D. Miller ’85

Kenneth & Barbara Schlegel ’47

Miller

Scott & Jessica Coughlin ’99 Milner

Suleiman ’73 & Carol Ann Modjadidi

Russell E. & Elizabeth W. Morgan

Foundation

Morning Call

Estate of Marian Eberhardt Moyer* ’38

Mark D. ’77 & Janice Myslinski

1926 to 1936

Total Gifts: $3,580

22% Participation

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Marcella I. Dimmick ’35

Anna Feldman Toye ’26

MoNoCACY CLUb

Rose Feilbach Broberg ’34

gREYhoUND CLUb

Kathryn Adams Eckhard ’35

Doris Miller Hartmann* ’31

Robert A. Iobst ’36

1937

Total Gifts: $733,090

60% Participation

MoRAvIAN CIRCLE

Charles K. Kerschmar*

Henry G. ’71 & Karen Bruckart’72

Naisby

Mr. James H. G. 62 & Mrs. Diane

Naisby

Jerome P. Jr. ’87 & MaryAnn Natishan

William C. ’62 & Sara B. Needs

Paul F. ’60 & Anita Filler ’61Noonan

Omicron Gamma Omega

Dr. Terence L. O’Rourke Jr. ’86

Frederick & Joanne Mazur ’60

O’Such

Frederick S. ’77 & Corinne Fusco ’78

Patt

Mrs. Doreen H. Paynton

Mrs. Frances E. Pirwitz

Mr. Daniel A. Polanski ’80

Lloyd M. & Rose Beidler ’38 Polentz

Mr. & Mrs. John A. Post

Mrs. Judy Pote

Joseph L. ’60 & Lenore Powlette

Robert E. ’63 & Jane Preston

Conrad J. ’77 & Amanda Westphal

’89 Radcliffe

Stanley ’71 & Jeanette Newcomer

’73 Ramer

Mr. & Mrs. Mark F. Reed

James L. ’70 & Jane Young ’69

Regina

Dr. & Mrs. James H. Reid

Raymond J. ’89 & Diana Reimer

Mrs. Helen M. Richards ’74

Herman & Claire Risbon ’69 Rij

John M. & Betty Adams ’43 Roach

Ms. Renee L. Roberts ’74

Ronald C. ’70 & Carol Belletti ’71

Robertson

Miss Stephanie L. Robison ’89

Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Cedric S. Rodney

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Bertha Finkelstein Cohen

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Anne Silverberg Hesse

Mary Beavers Keithler

gREYhoUND CLUb

Milo A. Loppnow

Alma Yons Reber

Mervin C. Weidner*

1938

Total Gifts: $50,662

65% Participation

ChAIRMAN’S CIRCLE

Elizabeth Aye Brunt*

hERITAgE CLUb

Frances Fulmer McClain

ThE CoLLEgE CoMENIUS ALUMNI SoCIETY

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

20.

J. Peter ’65 & Ann Rush

Eric S. ’69 & Linda Ruskoski

Robert J. ’88 & Maria Russoli

Robert C. ’60 & Anita Russoli

Colin G. ’78 & Trish Sandercock

Sanofi Aventis

Steven J. ’72 & Barbara Santucci

Michael ’30 & Mary Alice Goth ’40

Schibanoff

Henry E. & Eleanore Beck ’56

Schleicher

Mrs. Jane C. Schultz

Mrs. Nancy C. Schultz

Dr. & Mrs. G. Alden Sears

Mrs. MaryAnn Sedlock

Andrew K. ’64 & Cynthia Sitcov

Semmel

Scott D. ’95 & Kasie Hornberger ’98

Seymour

Jeffrey S. ’87 & Barbara Sharer

James J. ’84 & Mary K. Shiffert

Timothy C. ’87 & Lori V. Shoyer

Wayne C. ’61 & Sandra Shugart

Robert C. ’51 & Nelda Simonson

Mrs. Esther McNomee Sleight ’39

Robert G. ’58 & BarbaraKay Hunsicker

’60 Smerko

Robert W. ’70 & Denise Smith

Robert H. ’74 & Marian K. Smith

Mrs. Ruth H. Smith

Mrs. Robert P. Snyder

Miss Constance M. Sokalsky ’71

Ms. Sarah L. Somers ’90

Gordon L. ’61 & Susan Sommers

Mr. & Mrs. M. Eugene Speni

Spirk Brothers Inc.

James M. ’73 & Linda Joseph ’73

Stevens

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Olivia Musselman Barnes

Marian Eberhardt Moyer*

Rose Beidler Polentz

Mary Fabian Strock

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Christine Roberts Fraley

Lois Park Salmon

Isabel Rohrbach Smith

gREYhoUND CLUb

Betty Wagner Chase

Margaret McClintock Greenwood

John H. Kapp

Patricia Ruhe Kehs

1939

Total Gifts: $15,732

32% Participation

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Lois Watkins Brotzman*

Gordon B. & Nancy Rathbun ’49

Stewart

William D. ’56 & Shirley Stifnagle

Champ ’56 & Marjorie Storch

Bernard J. ’80 & Margaret B. Story

Mrs. Barbara Martin Stout ’87

Mr. William J. Straccia ’58

Gary M. ’66 & D. Amelia Straughan

Mrs. Mary Fabian Strock ’38

Dr. Susan Martin Studds

Ronald J. ’61 & Katherine Stupak

Richard C. ’69 & Barbara Subber

Lawrence J. Shaw & Jean Sun

Shaw ’75

Richard ’79 & Kathryn Szarko

Nancy E. Thomas-Roman ’83 & Timothy

Roman

Leo W. Jr. ’66 & Sandra Stewart ’67

Todd

Mrs. Anna Feldman Toye ’26

Craig S. ’82 & Anna Troutman ’82

William & Nancy Ludtke ’71 Turner

UBS

UGI Corporation

F. Jeffrey ’69 & Kristen Harberg ’69

Van Orden

David B. ’71 & Ida Vasily

Victaulic Company of America

Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Walter H. Wagner

John J. & Elsie Schutz ’49 Walsh

Lee A. ’57 & LaRae Weaver

Peter D. ’73 & Jane Metzler ’66 Wolfe

V. Barry & Louise H. ’90 Young

Yuengling Brewery

W. Russell Jr. ’62 & Joleita Yurchak

Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Zimmerman

Mr. David A. Zinczenko ’91

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Michael Schibanoff

Esther McNomee Sleight

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Clair N. Bath

Henry A. Lewis

gREYhoUND CLUb

Mildred Mirth Bachman

Grace Malloy Hodgson

Virginia Enoch Lovekin

Samuel B. Marx

James N. Moses

Cleo Funk Rohrbaugh

Mildred Diefenderfer Thompson

Catherine Dieruff Watt


1940

Total Gifts: $3,250

50% Participation

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Alma A. Albright

Mary Alice Goth Schibanoff

MoNoCACY CLUb

Julia Bellinger Kingman*

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Jane Burkholder Kadel*

Marjorie Bramwell Martin

Joe E. Swavely

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Corinne Kelley Chase

gREYhoUND CLUb

Anne Lehr Bigelow

Helen Grote Detthof

Adele Nagy Hess

Hilma Stirk Myers

Elizabeth Sefton Swanson

1941

Total Gifts: $3,885

50% Participation

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Ruth Overfield Fidorack

Lois Yerger Fischel

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Ruth Hemmerly Kelly

Allan M. Trankley

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Ann Troxell Kuhns

Robert E. Mushrush Sr.

Adele Newhard Reider

gREYhoUND CLUb

Dorothy Ritter Comegys

William A. Drebert

Edith Rich Ettinger

Virginia Arnts Gillespie

Thelma Scheifele Heiberger

Arliene Yorks Kennedy

Dale A. Kern

Myrtle Steffy Martin

Virginia Seiter Meerbott-McCabe

June Patton Reese

Virginia Edwards Russell

Janet Williams Sander

Alethea Cliff Shurskis

Barbara Bastian Uhrig

1942

Total Gifts: $3,559

55% Participation

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Virginia Paulson Kocher

MoNoCACY CLUb

Mary Ellen Binder Orben

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

June Collins Cawley

Gladys Edgar Marcus*

*Deceased

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Margaret Lutz Gray

Samuel J. Palmer Jr.

Mary Veronis Thompson

gREYhoUND CLUb

Phoebe E. Arnold

Sylvia Sigmond Birckhead

Mary Kuehl Concevitch

Ruth Schantz Fortino

Avis L. Gordon

Alma Kirkhuff Kuehner

Stephen Kuzma

Frank A. Levy

Doris Dieruff Loux

Richard E. Michel

Ruth Wallace Paul

Frank H. Senn

Edith Hower Sikorsky

Leah Victor Silver

Gloria Sherry Worsley

1943

Total Gifts: $64,180

60% Participation

ChAIRMAN’S CIRCLE

Harlan F. Fulmer

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Genevieve Riordan Gee

F. P. Sutliff

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Louise Rothenberger Watt

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Margaret L. Albright

Betty Adams Roach

MoNoCACY CLUb

Warren A. Sautebin

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Janet Outten Amos

Margaret Johnson Bartlett

Nancy Harper Dannies

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Jerome Sherman

gREYhoUND CLUb

Kenneth J. Almy

Maryann Ochs Douglas

Wilfred L. Dreger

Marie Fehr Goodyear

Dorothy Humenik Hixson

Burton L. Kelchner

Maxine Sortwell Kerrigan

Joyce Newhard Knapp

Theresa Margerum Norris

Janet Thompson Powers

Dorothy Freytag Reed

Mary Jane Schlegel Schofer

Grace Shaner Schuchardt

Raymond E. Schultz

Doreen Coburn Walters

Warren D. Wenger

Margaret Terr Willey

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

21.

1944

Total Gifts: $45,081

57% Participation

ChAIRMAN’S CIRCLE

Jane F. Shirer*

MoNoCACY CLUb

Doris Minnick Kuchar

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

H. August Kuehl Jr.

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Rheta Adams Weidenbacker*

gREYhoUND CLUb

Katharine Werner Dragone

Sallie Magargle Gery

Wilhelmina Kipp Gozzard

Katrina Stolp Homewood

Mary F. Inscho

Evelyn Schaffer Koehler

Audrey Roche Long

Ruth Grote Moulton

Jane Sullivan Ramsdell

Dorothy Farrell Saxton-Williams

Lucille Schaffer Wenck

Pauline White

1945

Total Gifts: $48,242

67% Participation

ChAIRMAN’S CIRCLE

M. Ann Bachert*

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Gloria Gately Chipman

MoNoCACY CLUb

Lillian Stefko Schaedler

Henry A. Segatti

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Jacquelyn Stout McGiffert

CoLoNIAL CLUb

John Strohmeyer

Alice Joyce Yeager

gREYhoUND CLUb

Walser H. Allen Jr.

Bernard S. Cayne

Ruth Reinhard Diehl

Jane Smith Ebelhare

Florence Drebert Fritts

Kenneth P. Fulmer

Beryl L. Harrison

James C. Hughes

Dorothea Montgomery Kerstetter

Dorothy Stump Lied

Doris Savastio Norton

1946

Total Gifts: $62,222

59% Participation

ChAIRMAN’S CIRCLE

Phyllis I. Clark*

Ada Zellner Flower

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Mervin J. Shuman

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Frances Tallarico Buragino

gREYhoUND CLUb

Victor M. Bove

Karl F. Bregenzer

Jacqueline Egeln Burpeau

Martha Meixell Danner

Lloyd A. Fatzinger

Barbara Dalton Goodman

Mary T. Harrison

M. Grace Keeler Hodge

Marian Emig Hoffman

Phyllis G. Kreider

Marie Holt Nash

Elizabeth Voorhees Pels

Joseph S. Policelli

Jo-Ann Farquhar Riepen

Dorothy Wilmer Schlottman

William Smythe

Ann Rosenau Smythe

Marjorie Flohr Weiss

1947

Total Gifts: $3,815

57% Participation

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

James O. Bruckart

Barbara Schlegel Miller

MoNoCACY CLUb

Helen Kanuskey Canfield

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Richard D. Abernethy

Paul E. Miller

Cornelia Faga Miller

Jeanne Scott St. Clair

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Jessie Ayre Apple

Sanford A. Krimmer

Ruth Zehner Pope

Charlotte Unangst Schisler

Mary Jean Grider Spangenthal

William J. Weinland

Janet Parks Weinland

gREYhoUND CLUb

Ruth Heitz Bachman

Margaret Loveless Browne

George F. Kirkpatrick

June Hunsicker Kuhns

Henry G. Laube

Jean Zehner Lombardi

June Urffer Moyer

Robert D. Powell

Jean Achey Schrader

Edward A. Steager

1948

Total Gifts: $105,976

46% Participation

MoRAvIAN CIRCLE

Jeanne Freas Mellen


ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Emmeline Ungurian Lewis Dimmick

MoNoCACY CLUb

Roland P. Leibenguth

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Paul E. Crossan Jr.

Charles W. Eichman

Percival R. Henkelman

James S. Hilander

Jane Hall Holben

Jean Baxter McCracken

Joseph R. Merkel

Alfred D. Neff Jr.

Marilyn Richardson Shelly

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Leonard H. McCandless

Jerome Quarry

Joan Nortz Quarry

Winifred Harte Seifert

gREYhoUND CLUb

Al J. Calvo

Maria Sideris Chapis

Daniel L. Curatola

Jacob P. Derrico

Gerald Goldstein

Marion Schmidt Heacock

William H. Hochella

Marjorie Durner Hoffman

John Kozelnicky Kell

Dorothy Crisanti Ketterer

Allen A. Lenius

Harry A. Miller

Donald S. Nagourney

J. P. Roberts

Ruth Phillips Shakin

Edythe Steers Smith

Paul A. Snider

Theodore C. Thomas Jr.

Taking Part in

THE GREAT VENTURE

John C. Traupman

Lois Fogleman Warner

1949

Total Gifts: $9,505

51% Participation

hERITAgE CLUb

Thomas F. Keim

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Robert P. L. Frick

Nancy Rathbun Stewart

Elsie Schutz Walsh

MoNoCACY CLUb

Norma Boldt Wynne

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Clark F. Apgar

Erwin E. Boettcher

Charlotte Bassett Crosby

Jeanne Buss Gillinder

Andrew Martimick

Kenneth W. Robinson

William J. Rosenberg

Gloria K. Roth

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Lorenz W. Adam

Ivan A. Backer

Charles W. Barner

John A. Bechtel

Albert S. Buralli

Clararose Bosek Clymer

Teresa Enright Eliezer

Elsie Yelenics Evans

Donald W. Sloyer

Frank M. Weaver

Charles N. Wilkins Jr.

Doris Noctor Woodward

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

22.

It isn’t that C asey Jackson ’08 tries to be wrong,

but sometimes he says he actually “enjoys” it. That happens most

often in the chemistry laboratory where ideas are tested to

determine whether or not they are correct. Right results may

count more than whether the hypothesis itself proved true.

“Science expects you to be wrong,” Casey said. “It’s a way to

learn something.” Learning what isn’t correct can be as crucial

as hitting on the right concept in the first place.

Though he embarked on a chemistry major just a year ago,

Casey soon found himself in the web of one of the greatest

scientific endeavors of our time, the attempt to understand

the workings of anti-cancer treatments.

gREYhoUND CLUb

Robert E. Abrams

Richard W. Artis

Inez Walsh Brigader

Louise Van Ess Charnock

Ernest H. DeAngelis

Roger C. Doll

James E. Dundon

Willis F. Harke

Faye Werley Jurden

Jayson Kraut

Charles H. Kuhn Jr.

Patrick D. McArdle

Penelope Hall Porter

Phyllis Thomas Radle

John A. Semanick

Audrey Kirchman Tostevin

John L. Williams

1950

Total Gifts: $6,565

48% Participation

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Concetta Ronca Burke

MoNoCACY CLUb

Donald C. Davidson

Aris P. Harris

Marvin R. Henkelmann

Wilbur G. Jackson

William F. Vinczi

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

George B. Adams

John F. Butner

Richard T. Dundon

Donald E. Fulton

Anthony J. Jaso

A. Lloyd Johnson

Barbara Siegfried Kilpatrick

Joseph D. Kudella

Grace Snavely Robinson

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Barbara Campbell Dunbar

Jane Edgar Fisher

William W. Matz

Emanuel Roman

Raymond T. Troutman Jr.

Deloris Ashcroft Wallace

gREYhoUND CLUb

Gilbert E. Andrew

Lois Brunner Bastian

Alice Zacharchuk Bove

Justin M. Carisio Sr.

Elizabeth Gehringer Carlton

Kathryn Banash DiDonato

Richard M. Faust

Marian Mrazek Fitzpatrick

George P. Fritchman*

Dean B. Garland

Ray C. Gilbert

W. Norwood Green

Irma Hemminger Kaufman

Norma Chambers Lewis

Lewis I. Lukehart

Ira A. Lutsey

Grace Helen Nixon Rooney

Robert R. Scholl

Eric J. Schulze

Arlene Badel Simpson

Lila Gogel Teicher

Angel Hoimes Voyatzis

Christel Wilcke Walter

Dolores Johns Wezner

Marilyn Herman Wiltsie


Working on an independent study with assistant professor

Stephen Dunham, Casey has been exploring the properties

of a cancer-fighting compound called 6-thioguanine in an effort

to grasp the conditions under which it best functions to kill

cancer cells. The agent itself has been utilized to combat a

childhood form of leukemia. Its ability to destroy cancer cells

has broadened its potential usefulness in stifling other kinds

of malfunctioning cells.

The compound alters the DNA of diseased cells against the

body’s attempts to correct these errors, causing the cells to die

rather than continue to divide.

Casey loves the challenge and affirms the scientific premise

that achieving solutions means eliminating the mistaken notions.

His move away from an earlier interest in social science towards

1951

Total Gifts: $33,405

43% Participation

ChAIRMAN’S CIRCLE

Betsey Tait Puth

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Carol Buechner McMullen

Robert C. Simonson

MoNoCACY CLUb

Frances Longacre Barnard

Robert T. Burcaw

Donald B. Canfield

Robert K. Matey

Jane Kincaid Missimer

William J. Werpehowski

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Patricia Kresge Buck

William H. Kilpatrick

William B. Lantz

Louis M. Molnar

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Byrdie Loveless Jackson

William O. Reichard

June Shafer Scholl

Lois Shafer Smith

gREYhoUND CLUb

Carl L. Ackerman

Richard T. Clay

Marie L. Cless

Milton E. Detterline

Nancy Oplinger Dover

Deborah Irwin Fleagle

John R. Freefield

John E. Giering

Robert P. Kelly

Jeanne Kunkle Kelly

*Deceased

Lois Weaver Koeckert

Fern Bachman Koplin

Elizabeth Schlegel Landau

William A. Szabo Sr.

1952

Total Gifts: $17,551

45% Participation

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Florence O’Donnell Wieder

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Dolores McIntire DeLeon

Kathryn Horwath Hartman

MoNoCACY CLUb

Donald M. Cohen

Verna Lunglhofer Cowin

Bernhard T. Mittemeyer

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Anne R. Enright

Frances Webber Horton

Robert A. Kaster

John H. Seifert

F. Barry Stipp

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Carl E. Case

James F. Conahan

Evelyn Buss Conover

Alice Schofer Durner

Zora Martin Felton

Elaine Wagner Martinez

Jeannette Rhoads Nesbit

Kermit K. Shook

Robert L. Solt

Robert H. Stine

Lois Miller Stogel

Victor G. Vogel

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

23.

the sciences reflects, he says, his preference for concrete

answers. “I like chemistry,” he said, “because it’s objective.”

His fascination with science began when he signed on with

an emergency medical treatment team whose training included

instruction in anatomy and physiology. That took him to

psychology, biology, philosophy, and a course in nursing.

He’d like to expand his independent study into a senior

Honors project because, he said, “I wouldn’t be happy leaving

it half finished.”

The basic trial-and-error method of science has enhanced

his experience. Recently, he noted, a hypothesis he’d put forward

proved to be “all wrong.” He’d arranged to mix two chemicals

and predicted a turbulent reaction. It didn’t happen that way at

all. He was “stunned,” he said, but the better for it.

gREYhoUND CLUb

Grace Flath Bentzin

Paul J. Calvo

Joseph F. Christ

Martha Marossy Collins

Donald R. Deibert

Thelma West Everett

Joseph F. Garin Jr.

Robert W. Gordon

Dale A. Grove Jr.

Susan Heineman Keer

Donald C. Koehler

Patricia Stocker Lawler

Russell E. Lerch

Roy J. Ludwick

Richard J. Manning

Beatrice Good Mindlin

William G. Palenchar

Mary T. Pongracz

Ruth Treut Schlecht

Lewis B. Swaim

Barbara Faucett Van Keuren

1953

Total Gifts: $5,090

41% Participation

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Carl J. Helmich Jr.

MoNoCACY CLUb

Wolfram Fliegel

Sue Ann Henkelman Fortney

John J. Gotthardt Jr.

Mary Ann Rayner

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

William B. Cummings

E. Allen Schultz Jr.

Charlotte Haag Walek

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Robert F. Engelbrecht

Nancy Zeleski Frantz

Charles Hasenecz

Joan Wagner Koehler

Eleanor Simmons MacCormick

Sara A. Morris

gREYhoUND CLUb

Kenneth W. Achey

Shayne Dunbar Arnesen

Edward Barkis

Charlotte Riggs Bearse

William J. Carroll Jr.

Joanne Lohrman Cheatham

Eric M. Doll

Robert G. Harman

David M. Henkelmann

Gloria Badel Hilbert

Edward Novogratz

Edward P. Pastir

Francis Petruccelli

Earl E. Stephan

Constance Nonnemaker Strain

Philip Trimble

Gladys Smith Winkelmann

Joseph J. Zaffiro

1954

Total Gifts: $3,510

43% Participation

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Lauretta Dikon Adams

David W. Arner

John H. Bowman

John E. Gilliland

Lucy A. McCall

Mary Jeane Moser Romer


CoLoNIAL CLUb

James O. Blanton III

Dorothy L. Ruyak

James M. Smith

Helen Desh Woodbridge

gREYhoUND CLUb

Sylvia J. Atherholt

Wilson H. Buck

Philip J. DeRea

Richard DiGiacomo Dee

Thomas F. Donches

Millicent J. Drake

Shirley Beck Dutt

George B. Ege

Peggy Ann Harte Figlear

Lois Lutz Geehr

James R. Glancy

Donald Green

Joan Kinard Mercado

John E. Moyer

Patricia Krolik Nebinger

Thor G. O’Donnell

Barbara Doll Peterson

Bruce C. Reimer

Elynor Fishel Rights

Charles E. Samley

June Zimmerman Shamel

Dawn M. VanKeuren

Marian M. Wagner

Nancy Webber Whissen

Edward M. Zamiskie Sr.

1955

Total Gifts: $4,500

50% Participation

MoNoCACY CLUb

Maximillian O. Braune*

Allan H. Cristol

John P. Galgon

John H. Giesler

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Robert E. Detweiler

James L. Dever

George R. Scilley

George W. Warfield

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Gerald E. Bartholomew

Thomas R. Clay

James R. Evanko

Anne Collins Frey

Helen Varady Keyser

Barbara Cump Schmoyer

gREYhoUND CLUb

Carl R. Amick

Ann Hentschel Cutler

Rose Mandic Donchez

Jane Boiles Ellis

Louis N. Esposito

Bernal V. Gawley

Harry Hart

David G. Kerchner

Francis M. Petruny

Marlene Ehrhardt Porter

Beverly Love Potter

Ray R. Salabsky

Robert F. Shaup

Arthur R. Spengler

Llewellyn W. Thomas

Curtis O. Updegrave

1956

Total Gifts: $108,996

35% Participation

MoRAvIAN CIRCLE

William S. Marsh

hERITAgE CLUb

James L. Johnson

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Eleanor Beck Schleicher

William D. Stifnagle

Champ Storch

MoNoCACY CLUb

John T. Burke

I. Jean Woodcock Haring

James J. Ovady Sr.

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Richard E. Benner

Pauline Ritter Benner

Richard G. Crook

Lois Groman Crook

Jean Sosoka Lavelle

Ann Lieberman McCann

Joan Boyer Rathbone

Robert E. Wickizer

Frederick C. Woitscheck

CoLoNIAL CLUb

A. Peter Haupert

Jay K. Jones

gREYhoUND CLUb

Gail Chaiet Altschuler

Catherine Daws Baylog

James M. Behler

Beverly A. Bell

Renee Johnson Dragotta

Sherwood D. Gum

Barton B. Hartman

Roger W. Kimball

Mary Kilpatrick Kohl

Rudolph E. Kresh Jr.

Thomas V. Labert Sr.

Marvin B. Ruch Jr.

Bruce M. Shortell

Nina Brahler Snukis

Gilbert A. Stelter

Richard S. Stine

Marlene Kish Wadhams

Donald W. Wert

1957

Total Gifts: $42,948

53% Participation

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Cornelia Schlotter

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

24.

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Elmer G. McGuire

Earl C. Zeiner

hERITAgE CLUb

Myron Genel

Diane Yaeck Wellington

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Shirley Kunsman Bilheimer

Donald R. Bortz

Russell K. Fegely

Gordon L. Sommers

Lee A. Weaver

MoNoCACY CLUb

Carmella Carrescia

Patricia Miller Helfrich

Richard P. Holland

Gudrun Krauss Lounsbury

Carolyn Edwards Simmons

John J. Subach

George J. Toth

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Carl Ackerman

Karen Johnson Berry

Joyce Honey LaBar

Pearl Stein

Ronald L. Zeller

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Thomas J. Burke

Donald W. Cunfer

Anthony W. Falco

Joan Schnable Haupert

Anne Frankenfield Howlett

Katina Kapsalis Kehayas

Luther M. Kemmerer

David W. Mailler

Elaine Thomasch Nolfa

Roland J. Passaro

Jo-Anne Neuman Pessin

gREYhoUND CLUb

Michael A. Ackerman

John H. Banks*

William F. Braerman

Nicholas A. Busulas

Maureen Cashman Campbell

Polly Repsher Corcoran

Richard A. Edwards

Jane Dreier Feldman

Rocco P. Fresoli

Tacey Young Funk

Richard L. Kantor

Elaine Nothstein Kantor

Mitzie P. Pennington Kimball

John Kolchin

Stanford L. Kunkle

Virginia Whiteford Lewbart

John O’Connors

Juliana Bobo Ott

Richard C. Rodenbach

Ann E. Rothenberger

Arlene M. Sell

Roberta Buzeff Thomas

Naomi Dittmer Thomas

Mary Jane Barron Wagner

Barbara Flynn Wakefield

Gwyned Williams

1958

Total Gifts: $6,480

29% Participation

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Carol Sloan McElveen

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Robert G. Smerko

William J. Straccia

MoNoCACY CLUb

Roy B. Goshorn

William V. Herbein

Isidore Mihalakis

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

John L. Finelli

Jean W. Hertzog

Norman E. Prochnau

John P. Schutz

Judith Fretz Thomas

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Kathryn McMurray Saderholm

gREYhoUND CLUb

Alfred F. Apple

Robert J. Breidenbach

Robert J. Burkhardt

Donald W. Eckert

Truman W. Eshbach II

Anastasia F. Fry

Michael J. Gallagher

Louis A. Gonsalves

Joseph J. Guman

Frank L. Hettlinger

John J. Higgins

Sally Longenbach Higgins

William J. Hume

Barbara A. Kinsey

John Mirenna

Carol Burwell Norwood

Daneen Jones Phelps

Arthur R. Potosnak

Kenneth Pyne

Rodney Reichard

Joseph L. Rosenfeld

Myron A. Savacool

Robert H. Smith

Donald E. Stinner

A. David Thaeler III

Barry A. Wentz

1959

Total Gifts: $28,511

40% Participation

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Anthony Morelli

hERITAgE CLUb

George E. Hollendersky

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Kathryn Werst Detwiler

George T. Hudson


MoNoCACY CLUb

Richard D. Buralli

Carolyn Felver Conners

James B. Howell

Anthony A. Matz Jr.

John W. Woltjen

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Virginia Dancy Dickie

Kent R. Fretz

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Neil A. Boyer

Joseph N. Carr Jr.

Sandra Yost Collins

John W. Illingworth III

Frederick L. Kraemer

Reuben F. Lilly Sr.

Mary Lesin Mackenzie Ayala

Susan LeTowt Peverley

David N. Stehly

Alan H. Taylor

gREYhoUND CLUb

William J. Allen

Mary Polak Barkis

Kenneth A. Bernd

Mary Ann Gingles Boyler

C. Jeanette Mirne Cornblatt

Francis J. Figlear

Marcia Morgan Fish

Anna Gaal Gamble

William J. Gaughan

David C. Greulich

Kate Kuhns Herrington

Ruth Lapp Himler

Elizabeth Dreher Honey

Ernest H. Josar

Grace Neustein Kraut

Barbara Banker Mahlau

Thomas E. Meder

Alberta Henley Muhammad

Jimmie L. Newsom Sr.

Joseph M. Nunes

Dennis J. Pappas

Michael A. Payonk Jr.

Wayne H. Pysher

Norman P. Reitz

Edward J. Ryan

Clarence J. Serfass Jr.

Daniel P. Simon

Colette Yamaoka Sonderegger

David A. Stanwood

Janice Keve Steers

Donald W. Yates

1960

Total Gifts: $21,046

39% Participation

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

David A. Schattschneider

Ralph L. Shields

hERITAgE CLUb

Henry E. May Jr.

*Deceased

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Charles E. Bartolet Jr.

Colleen Workman Bruckart

Peter L. French

James J. Houser

Benjamin L. Meluskey

Paul F. Noonan

Joanne Mazur O’Such

Joseph L. Powlette

Robert C. Russoli

BarbaraKay Hunsicker Smerko

MoNoCACY CLUb

Russell R. Conover

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Sandra Swor Bigatel

Robert F. Clark

James B. Galbraith Jr.

Jean Bassford Galbraith

Judith Frederick Hosking

Abner S. Merkel

G. Edward Streubert

Theodore E. Wilde

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Charles W. Fishel

Sandra Getter Haggerty

Joseph J. Iampietro

William Keller

Dominic A. Nolfa

Robert M. Rierson

David C. Seidenberger

Donald F. Serfass

Patricia Thornton Snyder

gREYhoUND CLUb

Patricia Amison Adams

Edward A. Borger

Robert J. Boyler

Ronald R. Cavanagh

Faith Hartman Cohen

M. Janet Bunten Costenbader

Nancy Boerstler Coutant

Salvatore S. DeLuca

Carmine A. DeMuccio

Francis A. Duckworth

John A. Graver

Richard H. Gross

Jane Keogh Harberg

Jane McMurray Kell

Richard W. Kohl

Robert J. Labdik

Pamela Parker Lange

Charles H. Lindner Jr.

Constantine Loupos

Francis C. McFadden

George F. Metzgar

Carol Hahn Reichard

Lois Behler Reichard

Margaret Remaly Reinhard

Gene C. Salay

Patti Vincent Simon

Beverly Luzietti Tisdale

Nancy Baker Traubitz

Joan Gernert Vignoul

25.

COLLEGE FINANCES

During the 2006-2007 year, the College operating

revenues increased by $2.5 million to $49.6 million.

Tuition and fees, net of financial aid, and the related

auxiliary enterprise revenue increased by $1.5 million

(4%) due to steady enrollment and competitive rate

increases. The ongoing costs of operations increased by

only 1.7%, despite increases in compensation and utility

costs. Annual fund and campaign gifts of $4.8 million

provided crucial support for operations and projects.

The College portion of the endowment, which had a

year-end market value of $74 million, provided $4.7

million for operations and special projects.

A.

B.

C.

D.

E.

A.

B.

C.

D.

COLLEGE REVENUE

IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS

56,555

A. NET TUITION & FEES 28,285

B. STATE & FEDERAL GRANTS 1,053

C. INVESTMENT INCOME 9,493

D. AUXILLIARIES 11,669

E. GIFTS 6,055

COLLEGE EXPENDITURES

IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS

45,031

A. ACADEMIC SUPPORT &

RESIDENT INSTRUCTION 20,932

B. STUDENT SERVICES & ATHLETICS 7,662

C. INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT 7,536

D. AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 8,901


Frances LeTowt Von Bonin-

Schlemmer

Bernard A. Wiczkowski

Harriet Peters Williamson

Jerry L. Witbro

1961

Total Gifts: $16,778

35% Participation

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Frank J. Szarko

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Rita Roseman Bartolet

R. Burke Johnson

Margaret L. McClure

Anita Filler Noonan

Wayne C. Shugart

Ronald J. Stupak

MoNoCACY CLUb

Joseph P. Castellano

James J. McCrudden

R. Joan Thomas Warren

Barbara Roberts Woltjen

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Marcee Ammend Beilstein

Deborah Herold Francis

Paul A. Graf

Dale H. LaBar

Donald H. Marshall

Louise Smull Negley

Claude H. Paddock

Earl R. Pfeiffer

Marilyn Sumner Wachter

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Suzanne Astbury Decker

Neil P. Eskolin Jr.

Barry L. Gaal

Kathleen McCann Hilbert

Sandra Yaeck Kratzer

John W. Medernach

Charles A. Merkel

Harold F. Oswald Jr.

Theodore H. Rights

Frank J. Zajacek Jr.

gREYhoUND CLUb

Vincent E. Arnold

Dianne Stoltz Bilger

Dennis L. Bleam

Mary Jane Wolfe Brunnabend

Judith Laning Cavanagh

Audrey Heckert Cyphers

John L. DeCesare

Mary Jane Dugan Figuli

Robert B. Fish

Chester S. Galle

Jeff Gannon

Richard L. Gilbert

Manuel Gonsalves

John W. Jacob

Brian R. Kent

Sylvia M. Lambert

Alan J. Lippman

Samuel F. Maczko

Nancy Helms Mazziotta

R. Gene Medei

Carol Losensky Messina

Stephen R. Moysan

Duane R. Murtomaki

Thomas P. O’Hay

Jerome T. Potter

John C. Riedmiller

Virginia E. Schimmel

Thomas F. Schmoyer

Lucy Carl Sigley

Barbara Senneca Solker

1962

Total Gifts: $12,480

31% Participation

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Carol Herman Szarko

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Larry B. Bostick

James H. G. Naisby

William C. Needs

W. Russell Yurchak Jr.

MoNoCACY CLUb

Richard K. Braun

Gail E. Ekstrand

Robert J. Sallash Jr.

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Stephanie Rights Bertsch

James H. Gano

E. Jane Albrecht Graf

Bela J. Gulyas

Franklin C. Jones

Carol Altemose Jones

John L. Wachter

CoLoNIAL CLUb

James W. Frank

Roger W. Nagle

Joseph J. Roseman

Peter V. SantaMaria

Merr W. Trumbore

gREYhoUND CLUb

Francis Amigo

Richard E. Andrews

Constance Platt Boos

Kenneth J. Briggs

George W. Carvis

G. Rodney Cook

James H. Dech

Carol Lohman Eichler

Thomas E. Fromhartz

M. Susan Wilbraham Fromhartz

Karen Kaprelian Jacob

C. Jerome Livengood

Bertram L. Lutton

John F. McCarty

Bernard R. Medei

Joan Karustis Miller

George M. Neupauer

Sylvia Rubens

Sandra Thomas Ruth

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

26.

Norton D. Smiley

Barbara Hooper Tertel

Emma Demuth Williams

Roger J. Yost

1963

Total Gifts: $20,751

36% Participation

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

David R. Cornelius

Genie Billiard Dooley

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Emily Price Chappuie

Robert H. Dietrich

James O. MacDonald

Judith Studwell MacDonald

Shirley Hart McBride

Robert E. Preston

Gary M. Straughan

MoNoCACY CLUb

William C. Leicht

Joel B. Nadler

Carla Dinstel Sallash

Jay C. Scholl

Grove W. Stoddard

Ann Woltjen Stoddard

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Richard A. Bedics

Charles E. Decker Jr.

Martin Garcia

Nancy Trach Harstine

Ray K. Joseph

Gary L. Sandercock

John J. Shigo

Andrew M. Taus

Marilyn Clewell Taus

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Lawrence C. Blake

Charles B. Bledsoe

John H. Dech

Ronald R. Freed

Barbara Johnson Keller

Robert F. Kohler

Judith Freeman SantaMaria

Charles G. Stoltz

Patricia Fox Warne

gREYhoUND CLUb

Bonnie Brill

Theresa Zvitkovitz Califano

Charles S. Canning

Carol Horscroft Clarke

Judith Adams Downing

Stephen E. Edraney II

Donald I. Egli

Phyllis Peters Facchiano

Susan Gares Farrell

Roy A. Frack

Jean E. Friedman

Elizabeth Hicks Garrett

Stanley L. Gilbert

Peter L. Gill

Melvin R. Hamelsky

Charles T. Harberg

Susan Burger Hauser

Margaret L. Higgins

James T. Hower Sr.

Richard G. Jones

Patricia Bonser Knoll

Frank J. Larosa

Jutta S. Leheis

Larry W. Lewis

John J. McCarthy Jr.

Janet Gleva Miller

Michael R. Miller

Robert W. Moyer

Stephen O. Nicholas Jr.

William J. Pysher Jr.

Sally Deysher Reimer

JoAnn Sydorak Schaffer

Albert E. Schneider Jr.

John A. Viglione

Donald C. Vogel

1964

Total Gifts: $30,240

38% Participation

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Joann M. Trotsky

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Harry E. Dooley

hERITAgE CLUb

Judith Morecz Simpson

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Peter E. Bilan

Rosanne E. Bricker

Mary Beth Krater Dinneen

Donna Stadinger Hocker

Janice Whitfield Landis

Lloyd H. Michael

Andrew K. Semmel

MoNoCACY CLUb

John M. Abramson

John S. Balliet

Bruce C. Coull

Iwao Hanawa

D. Patricia Schillinger Hensinger

Carol Rockovits Leicht

Lynne Nafash Warnke

David L. Wickmann

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Eileen Yuhasz Bogdan

Arthur E. Grim

Stanley A. Iobst

Barbara Yoder Iobst

John P. Kohl

Nancy Christensen Kohl

Sharon Yaeck Miller

Linda Reitars Silowka

H. Richard Wilsey Jr.

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Kathyann Zanelli Bednar

Craig M. Borst

Joseph J. Charles

Susan Miller Erb


Greta Zoe Ziegler Flint

Judith Bartoe Kohler

John T. McKeown

Joseph C. L. Merola

Robert E. Mushrush Jr.

Ray J. Pfeiffer Sr.

Byron E. Waterman

Edward J. Weinhofer

gREYhoUND CLUb

Susan Jurman Beecher

P. Chapin Smith Blair

Walter S. Caswell

Jane Diehl Clay

E. George Dorer

Ronald T. Dyson

Sterling R. Geiger

Gwynne Grey Gilbert

Jack P. Goldberg

William B. Grosh

Beverly A. Hails

Jeffrey A. Jackson

Robert S. Johnson

Rosalie Fodi Krusemark

Linda Cook Luskus

Robert B. Melchior

Virginia Hassler Noble

Linda Garo Olson

Joy Ann Johnston Paine

Robert A. Perry

Peggy Jurman Quinn

Margaret Dittmer Smith

Louise Reinsmith Solomon

Karen Chervy Sorensen

Reed R. Treible

Connie Latchaw Viglione

Douglas C. Wilkins

Marjorie Wallace Wilkins

Alan G. Zeliff

James L. Zoks

1965

Total Gifts: $17,181

30% Participation

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Cyril M. Krajci Jr.

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Barbara Brautigam Caldwell

Robert E. Houser

John G. Landis

J. Peter Rush

MoNoCACY CLUb

Lynn Merriken Cognetti

Laurie Boyd Hanawa

Hilda Wolff Soden

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Philip A. Gottshall

Samuel Y. Kern III

Paul R. Riccardi Jr.

Robert E. Sterling

Stuart M. Topkis

Elizabeth M. Wetter

Robert F. Zerfass

*Deceased

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Jerry L. Damandl

Lea Sutera Hench

Perry F. Mazza

Anita Groenfeldt McKeown

Terry L. Musselman

Ellen Stets Sachs

Lowell H. Tomlinson

gREYhoUND CLUb

Karen Whitten Aduba

Carol Borrup Barber

Donald H. Benninger

Allen L. Bergmann

Joanne R. Bobek

Ted W. Bowman

Nancy Terreson Burtnett

Lynette Stoltz Cabral

Stephen W. Check

John C. Demuth

Seth R. Digel

John E. Dratch

Sandra Smoyer Dreisbach

John E. Griffith

Gary S. Hartshorn

Donald L. Henderschedt

James F. Hertzog

Bruce T. Holland

Nevin H. Hollinger Jr.

Anthony A. Krasnicke

Ralph E. Leininger Jr.

Susan M. Maier

Raymond F. Mammano

James L. Morgan

Irving L. Rothbart

Richard E. Schaffer

Harriett Pierie Segessenman

Ronald N. Shrager

William C. Silcox

Thomas P. Vadasz

Roberta M. Veluce-Tanguy

John R. Williams

Dagnija Scherbin Wrend

Marjorie Dalley Zwitkowits

1966

Total Gifts: $24,325

32% Participation

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Woodrin Grossman

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Parry J. Miller

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Rene H. Burgauer

Douglas W. Caldwell

David R. Frankenfield

Leo W. Todd Jr.

Jane Metzler Wolfe

MoNoCACY CLUb

Peter T. Dunbar

A. Owen Freas III

Georgia Dreyer Freas

Michael O. Jones

Myra Heimbrook Jones

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

27.

Robert M. Keller

Alexander A. Moorhead Sr.

Gail Smith Winson

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

David G. Berg

Joseph J. Fassl

Jane Siegfried Gerencher

Thomas E. Irish

Karen Leonard Irish

John B. Mancke

James M. McMahan

Lynne Schlosser Raleigh

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Betsy A. Ahlum

Marilyn A. Albarelli

Janice Kirschman Donnelly

David D. Goldberg

Judith Smith Murphy

Biruta Andersons Spruds

Winifred A. White-Scherber

gREYhoUND CLUb

James M. Andorker

Thomas R. Baatz*

Virginia Mack Basak

Audrey Matz Berg

Linda Price Brodeur

Betsy Miller Burke

Joan Strickland Childs

Ilene Suter Coroniti

Gayl Campbell Downs

Thomas J. Driscoll

Annette Eime Erk

E. Lynn Neide Gaydosh

Jane Rice Hain

Daniel C. Harris

Andrew G. Konnick

John J. Kuruc

Thomas A. Larsen

Marie Gerbino Lieb

Frances Coblens Mague

Eugene F. Mares

Henry L. Martin IV

David G. Meglathery

Edward M. Meyers

Joan Ottinger Moet Lewis

James R. Morgan

Sue Hill Obal

Dorothy Gandy Rolph

Catherine Gardner Ryerson

Daniel P. Sabetti

Jeffrey C. Seeds

Patricia Reichard Skrip

Walter A. Thurber

Norman C. Ziegler

Nancy Szilagyi Ziegler

1967

Total Gifts: $39,854

28% Participation

ChAIRMAN’S CIRCLE

John D. Fry

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Henry W. Nehilla

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Judith Plocher Kaaua

Kathryn Broczkowski Klein

Sandra Stewart Todd

MoNoCACY CLUb

Shayna Jaffe Geller

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

James G. Dimitriadis

Albert H. Frank

Alan L. Herd

Thomas W. Houser

Beverly Klausen Mancke

Christina Grigg Martin

Meta Linde Martin

Barbara Frowery Matlaga

Constance Trembath Zerfass

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Darlene Refsnider Borst

Jane Dickinson Brainard

Virginia Tresolini Gress

Carol Carson Joseloff

Stephen F. Kralick Jr.

Timothy R. Phelps

Donald J. Soltysiak

Joanne Hunsinger Stenman

Ernest L. Yarborough Jr.

gREYhoUND CLUb

C. R. Adams

Margot Mathieu Andrews

M. Elizabeth Brown Anthony

Neil T. Clewell

Albert C. DiDonato

Richard C. Ditterline

E. Wayne Dovan

Marilyn Canivan Ely

William G. Farquer III

Judith Oravec Farquer

Cynthia P. Fox

James A. Fox

Gary F. Fox

Kay Hill Hannan

Mary L. Harley

John D. Hedgecock

Kirby K. Hickey

Paul H. Knipple

Lance F. Kolts

Diane Leeb Leighton

James A. Lipovsky

Joan Kramer Mauer

Barbara Worsley Morgan

Carol Ann Roman Norland

George J. Pavlinsky

Isidoro J. Perez

Calvin D. Peters

Geoffrey H. Rader

Carol Kriebel Read

John H. Reese Jr.

Richard F. Sassaman

Charles M. Sottosanti

Scott R. Stoneback

Dennis M. Trotman

Dorothy Thomas Wait

Mary E. Wilson


Marianne Hunt Wolf

Clifford W. Young Jr.

Olindo Zanchettin

Dianne Achey Zumas

1968

Total Gifts: $24,872

33% Participation

ChAIRMAN’S CIRCLE

Evelyn Trodahl Chynoweth

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Constance Stirling Hodson

hERITAgE CLUb

Robert C. Silcox Sr.

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

W. Eugene Clater

Carolyn D. Felker

MoNoCACY CLUb

Richard M. Cope

Stewart T. Herman

Donald G. Musselman

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Robert L. Dutt

Linda Shelton Fox

Carl J. Fritzinger Jr.

Diane L. LaPenna

Barbara L. Mueller

Alfred F. Ortwein Jr.

Brian D. Parry

John W. Petley

Robert J. Semper

Mary C. T. Kincaid Squarcia

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Joseph T. Chickey

Valerie Papps Connors

Gene P. Golini

Carol D. Henn

It Was Broke and

THEY TRIED TO FIX IT

Roger A. Knisely

Richard B. Kratz

Sharon Gallagher Pfeiffer

Arthur W. Smith Jr.

Jane Larzelere Wachinski

Susan Glazier Wachtel

Thomas H. Wiegner

gREYhoUND CLUb

Eileen Doyle Bauer

Robert P. Bees

Ronald J. Berta

Charlotte Speck Bonilla

Christopher W. Bracy

Barbara Keller Brimlow

Kathryn Fretz Churchman

Shirley Messics Daluisio

Carol Morrow Dovan

J. Michael Dowd

Kathleen Doyle Dowd

Susan Beal Dyer

Thomas H. Evans

Barry R. Fahler

Edward S. Figuli

Richard D. Forest

Nancy Campbell Forgang

David E. Freeze

Vincent R. Geier

Lynne Spiro Gheen

Grethe Andresen Goodwin

Robert E. Greene

Donald M. Harris

Georgia Unger Hartman

Nicholas A. Hill

Kendall B. Hubbard

Edward J. Hudak Jr.

Judith Henry Jackson

Gary R. James

George H. Knoll

Donna Marcks Line

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

28.

When Enron’s top command was caught stir-frying the company

books a few years ago, the scandal that ensued took down some

of the largest companies and accounting firms in the country,

the most prominent being Arthur Anderson.

The U.S. Congress’s rush to remedy the crisis resulted in

the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, which required the nation’s accountants

to follow stricter and more elaborate guidelines regarding

financial reporting and internal control. The act had been

in effect about two years when A shley Hugo ’ 0 7 , working

under the direction of Peter von Allmen and Barbara Vinciguerra,

decided to focus her Honors thesis on the apparent pros and

cons of the law so far.

Patricia Toohey Lowman

David M. McLaughlin

Peggy Bartholomew Melchior

Andrea Rockwell Messenlehner

Arthur N. Miller

Richard J. Parente Jr.

Gwendolyn Hooper Powell

Pamelia Jennings Rader

Linda Bruno Rice

Brian H. Seeber

Carol Saul Sell

Eric R. Shimer

Charles R. Simpson

Martha Nester VanKouwenberg

John D. Wait

George Williams Jr.

Mark E. Willis

Maureen Coursen Worthington

1969

Total Gifts: $40,330

32% Participation

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

F. James Hutchinson

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Melissa Miller Robbins

hERITAgE CLUb

Linda Wells Lark

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Walter V. L. Eversley

Barry R. Galley

Bertie Francis Knisely

Jane Young Regina

Claire Risbon Rij

Eric S. Ruskoski

Richard C. Subber

F. Jeffrey Van Orden

Kristen Harberg Van Orden

MoNoCACY CLUb

Vera V. Au

William S. C. Bradford Jr.

Rosemary Polefka Fitzsimons

Joseph B. Lennert

Caroline Funk Rabold

Barbara Wright Roper

William T. Scheidig

Linda Evans Shotkus

Jean Holzinger Somers

Robert R. Young Jr.

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Wesley Astheimer

Denis M. Duvoisin

Lugenia Taccarino Guaraldo

Walter R. Hatfield Jr.

Lee B. Herb

Alma Coester McMahan

Leslie R. Pektor

Trudi H. Peters

Carole Thomas Petley

Diane & Thomas Rosfjord

Robert D. Rumfield

Christine Mesko Snyder

Donald F. Spry II

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Maureen Brandafi Cort

Noel J. DeSousa

Jeanne Krenicky Kipp

Alan M. Leach

Margaret Woodland Leach

Helen Bauder Seifert

Susan Clay Smith

Carol Flasch Waterman

gREYhoUND CLUb

John A. Ackerman Sr.

Anita Carril Amigo

J. Fred Baettig


For her overview, Ashley, an economics major, combed

documents from the General Accountability Office and the

Securities and Exchange Commission, talked to people in the

field, and sought reactions from the companies directly affected.

The new regulations demanded that corporations keep

much closer tabs on their internal finances. They mandated

the addition of what amounted to a firm within the firm

to monitor transactions and safeguard ethical practices. The

increased cost of these requirements was a major complaint,

Ashley found, as was the supplemental paperwork. Accordingly,

many publicly traded businesses in particular protested that

the drawbacks, in terms of extra expenditures, outweighed

the benefits of guarding against dishonesty.

Richard J. Bath

Elaine Witt Bath

Donna Owen Baur

Renae Kudzik Behrens

Terry J. Beidelman

Elizabeth Riley Bell

J. Richard Bender

Nancy Glassmoyer Brittingham

Stanley J. Chickey

David N. Clinton

Peter J. Conlin

Susan Jankowski Conly

Janet Chorney Connor-Hanninen

Charlotte Crone Cruse

Mary R. Figlear

Andrea R. Fistner

E. Robert Geyer Jr.

Robert L. Gilbert

Grace Gustafson Halkins

Joanne Fetterman Hallett

Barbara Wirth Heisler

Carol Ross Hoffman

Elaine Kleinschuster Holtzman

Charles J. Horwath

Albert C. Katowitz

James B. Keim

Stephen L. Kenney

Barry L. Kleibscheidel

Albert T. Koncsics

William R. Lee

John M. Lehnert

Willard O. Martin

Craig A. Medei Sr.

Charles J. Miller

George B. Moller

Raymond B. Moser

Thomas J. Neimeister

Raymond L. Orth

Barbara Holland Peters

*Deceased

Martha J. Poole

David B. Richards

Ann Binner Sassaman

Jack E. Schildt

Patricia Hayes Schoeller

Arthur W. Sheninger

Larry F. Sine

Bruce A. Singer

Jo Englerth Turner

Peggy Deily Van Doren

Richard A. Westley

Jack C. Wolbach

JoAnn Lowe Wolfram

Ruth E. Wollin

1970

Total Gifts: $196,563

33% Participation

MoRAvIAN CIRCLE

Ellen J. Warmkessel*

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Barbara A. Osborne

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Patricia Nemesh Schoenen

Martin L. Trichon

hERITAgE CLUb

Lucinda M. Shure

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

James L. Regina

Ronald C. Robertson

Robert W. Smith

MoNoCACY CLUb

George A. Betz

Thomas R. Herd

Joseph E. Williams

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Richard E. Anderson

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

29.

But on a larger, less measurable scale, the law was instituted

with the stated aim of helping the corporations regain public

trust. Had that worked? Ashley found some indications that

leading accountants did, in fact, see signs of greater confidence

in the industry and found claims from some leaders that this

advantage more than offset the added costs. The price of

preventing the crimes of greed, she said, was viewed by some

firms as well worth the extra expense and bother. As she

reviewed the topic, she said, she scrutinized her own values.

“I always try to be honest,” she said, “and it makes me very

upset that some people can be so deceitful.”

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act needs to be amended and finetuned,

she concluded, but remains a valuable corrective.

William L. Buss

Joseph W. Karaman

James Lynch

Lance E. Metz

Frazier M. Montgomery

Mary-Susan Mackey Stoner

R. Drew Thomson

Henry F. Trexler

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Richard J. Barsotti

Ralph W. Barthold Sr.

Carol Hutton DeMets

David P. Ferraro

Diane Williams Fosco

Robert L. Garrabrant

J. Hugh Gratz

Donna Shankweiler Keppel

Mary Ann Pritchard Schankel

John R. Stabile

John T. Stieh

Tom A. Tenges

Holden T. Waterman

gREYhoUND CLUb

Thomas S. Adams

Ronald L. Barner

Alice Campbell Bartholomew

Anita Sternbergh Bresler

Jerome W. Buzas

Robert L. Chattin

Marion E. Doyle

Marlene Podleszek Drewes

Ronald A. Duh

Gerald C. Fett

Timothy J. Foley

Kim R. Frounfelker

Richard E. Geiser

Nathan C. Hallett

Frederic S. Hamlin

Patricia Reiter Heffelfinger

Lee E. Houck

David T. Kerridge

Janet Rubin Kleibscheidel

Linda J. Knauss

Paula Weiss Kuenzler

David E. Lehr

Lora Jane Harvey Lisle

Lewis K. Miller

Jody R. Miller

Linda Schlag Min

Martha Sternbergh Neff

Laura Haley Oakes

John D. Pappas

Richard F. Piccirilli

Kathleen Feist Reed

Michael D. Rotondo

George M. Ruth

Robert C. Rye

Arlene Forest Sjoblom

Ronald D. Snyder

Christine M. Steckel

Otto A. Strassburg

H. Patrick Sweeney

Mary Solek Tachovsky

Frances K. Troup

Santa Corpora Zanchettin

1971

Total Gifts: $20,657

35% Participation

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Robert P. Flicker

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Daphne Greene Eversley

Howard E. Lubert

Henry G. Naisby Jr.

Stanley J. Ramer

Carol Belletti Robertson

Constance M. Sokalsky


Nancy Ludtke Turner

David B. Vasily

MoNoCACY CLUb

Barry L. Buchman

Patricia R. Burke

John H. Harting

Colette Geier Lennert

Janet Blomquist Young

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Donald A. Beck

Stephen J. Dolak Jr.

Janice Goldberg Fischel

Brad S. Lutz

Susan Holman Metz

Ruth Franges Rayna

Gail A. Rhinehart

Barbara Christ Senick

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Robert R. Arnts

James S. Brandl

Robert G. Doerr

Douglas H. Kleintop

Eugene M. Lennon

Franklin R. Pokorny

Jean Smith Pokorny

Richard L. Rockwell

Susan Warren Rosander

Barbara Woram Stabile

Francis Thierer Jr.

gREYhoUND CLUb

Sandra Wylie-Nicholson Arden

Douglas E. Bauder

Elizabeth Paizs Benotti

Joseph M. Bobiak

Sandra A. Browning

John P. Childs

Frederick J. Costanzo

Loretta F. DeWalt

Jean Dickenshied Diller

Lorie Schlegel Dotter

Mary A. Emery

Beatrice Limbach Fritsche

Renae Happel Gollins

Frederick W. Hahn

Sharon Harakal Macko

Judith Rodenbach Herbst

Joanna Tharp Holtmeier

Erma Gaffen Hoover

Gloria E. Kern

Annamarie Frisoli Knecht

Alfred D. Konrad Jr.

Roy E. Ledbetter

John P. Madison

Nick S. Mancini

Walter R. McLaughlin

Louis C. Melinsky

Mary E. Metzger

Laura Monforte Mockridge

Sara Paden Peterson

Barbara Apffel Pierce

Ruth B. Pope

Ethel J. Pudleiner

Eileen Beck Riddell

Rodney H. Saylor

Eileen F. Shanahan

Jean Lewis Sheninger

Deborah L. Smith

Thomas J. Sweetz

Peggy Tuckey Thomas

Helen Hofmann Trent

John D. Tuckey

Betsy Prunest Walker

Sherie House Weber

Marilyn Young Wehner

Sharon E. Weyant-Muir

James L. Youngkin

Edward G. Zaninelli

1972

Total Gifts: $35,535

28% Participation

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Michael M. Ellis

hERITAgE CLUb

Maria Corpora

John R. Feitig

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Harry S. Clarke Jr.

Geoffrey D. Davis

Jan R. Gollins

Joseph A. Grieshaber

Karen Bruckart Naisby

Steven J. Santucci

MoNoCACY CLUb

Linda Pekarski Kraushar

Fred A. Lucrezi

Thomas A. Repasch Jr.

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Elizabeth Lempke Cochrane

Linda Roscoe de Seife

Mary Margaret Magyar Gross

Beverly J. Papps Skeffington

Tom Schwanda

George B. Senick

Susan Collins Sillivan

Robert B. Smith

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Lois Stanley Harvey

Linda Somerville Hoving

James E. Ingalls Jr.

Joanne E. Keim

William A. Kimmel

John M. Kulick

Larry C. Michael

Karen Harke Michael

Virginia Swett Stanglein

Janet T. Supon

Susan J. Youtz

Jean Zamadics Zweifel

gREYhoUND CLUb

Elizabeth Gutekunst Bierkamp

Annette Silverio Borges

Alan J. Bosch

Randy J. Clymer

Steve E. Craver

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

30.

Linda Huth Crook

Elizabeth Zapf Culpepper

Robert W. Dobosh

Theodore J. Drake

Elizabeth McKee Elterich

William E. Gheen Jr.

Virginia Gonzalez-Belles

Bruce W. Hankee

John R. Hyndman

John D. Kindred

Joan Taggart Koch

Russell C. Lance Jr.

Marcia Reedman Madison

Joseph M. Mangan

Jeffrey P. Marsteller

Terrell C. McMann

Richard J. Metzger

Beverly Miller Morgan

George J. Mulhern

Nancy E. Muth

Charles L. Pisano

Lois Missenharter Radford

John E. Riddell Jr.

Sharon Beam Rohal

David S. Rumsey

Donna Fiorini Saylor

John G. Shaw

Joanne Hunter Sillivan

John M. Suranofsky

Adrienne Mackes Trumbower

Helen Fox Vohar

Dennis J. Watcke

Edmund C. Watkinson

Holley Stewart Weavil

David W. Weber

Christopher R. Weidner

David R. Wilcomes

Bruce E. Yelovich

Bonnie Parleman Yelovich

Stanley E. Zavilla

Ronald J. Zelezen

1973

Total Gifts: $25,510

23% Participation

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Deborah Oplinger McKinnon

hERITAgE CLUb

Keith D. Lambie

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Jennifer Swain Clarke

Beverly Gaston Kochard

Suleiman Modjadidi

Jeanette Newcomer Ramer

James M. Stevens

Linda Joseph Stevens

Peter D. Wolfe

MoNoCACY CLUb

Timothy S. Gardner

Gary L. Johnson

Daniel Y. Joseph

Michael P. Rosko

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Glenn J. Merkel

Cathy Thompson Moses

Norman D. Sam

Paul R. Shelly

John H. Skeffington

Terry W. Stanglein

Glen W. Stoudt

Robert K. Strunk II

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Jane Heidecker Barthold

William H. Eberts Jr.

John A. Egerton

Barbara Schwarz Egerton

Linda E. Howard

Marguerite M. Meisenhelder

Kathy Scobey Perro

Richard J. Segall

Patricia Tallon Walsh

gREYhoUND CLUb

E. Ann Phillips Abadessa

John C. Ardinger

John R. Bashian

Michael T. Bedics

Margaret Bond Broomfield

Rebecca Raines Brown

Jeffrey B. Canfield

Dorothy E. Christiansen

Jill Kerst Coleman

Beverly S. Corkhill

Martha E. Cox-Popichak

Francis S. Gaal

Deborah Kocher Golden

J. Thomas Goserud

Barbara Kosa Greason

John R. Hendrie

Larry F. Hentz

Irving A. Kaplan

Rita R. Krenicky

Thomas P. Kwiatek

Martha Weidner Lisa

Sandra J. Magill

M. Kathleen Figlear Malu

Susan Hegedus Mancini

Susan Carty Mertz

Kathleen Grieshammer Miller

Russell M. Miller

James A. Molinaro

Nanette Paden Muth

Mary Ann Seaman Nickles

Robert E. Peterson

Clotilde Iglesias Polentes

Mary Previty

R. Rene Rawhouser

Richard J. Smith

Arvey Trotner

W. Paul Veit

William R. Votral

Valerie Klein Whyte

Amy Schieferstein Williams


1974

Total Gifts: $16,990

32% Participation

hERITAgE CLUb

Janie Whallon Muir

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Charles W. Heidecker

Helen M. Richards

Renee L. Roberts

Robert H. Smith

MoNoCACY CLUb

Jeffrey B. Benner

Linda Laible Campbell

Craig A. Cavanagh

Otto Dreydoppel

Susan Lenius Dreydoppel

Lynn Castagnoni Gardner

John C. Guldin

Robert C. Mende

Richard E. Moon

Thomas J. Rappolt

Richard J. Schaedler

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Barbara Dillman Davies

Mary Wagner Dawson

Linda Shay Gardner

Keene J. Jabbour

Gary G. Jerabek

Kevin F. Jones

David R. Lasso

Gary T. Marsh

Robert C. May

Harry K. Roye

Marie Skrilec

Dean S. Smith

Carol Hunter Tice

Michael P. Utley

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Betsy Gustavsen Bradley

Leonard S. Buscemi

Carol Rutledge Fogle

David A. France

Patricia Rush Gombocz

Nancy Jones Harney

Richard P. Harvey

Holly Rothenberger Lukens

John M. McFadden

Nicole Veraa Minnick

Joseph A. Petko

Charles S. Pohl

Barry L. Trauger

John A. Wright

gREYhoUND CLUb

Donald J. Balogh

William F. Bauman

Leon G. Bird

David A. Burt

Ann McKittrick Claussen

Stephen G. Doncevic

Amy Thorpe Haggerty

Gary L. Handwerk

*Deceased

Theodore B. Harwick

Marilyn L. Hoffman

Dave E. Hofheinz

Janet Giles Howard

Ronald G. Howey

Phyllis T. Ianniello

Charles H. Johnson

J. Mark Jones

Frances Rupnik Kopy

Linda Shears Krick

Marc F. Kuptsow

Louise Burkhardt Kwiatek

Edward F. Lester

Rosalind Shapiro Lynch

James E. Marconis

Kathryn Kerchner McConlogue

Suzanne Karlberg Mello

Ann Sloyer Mindler

Jacob P. Molchany

Bernard V. O’Hare III

Susan Sikora O’Hare

Kenneth W. Orme

John J. Pesola

Victoria Moxham Reidy

Ronald B. Richter

Alfred D. Schadle

Linda Schober Best

Mary Shields Jacoby

Drew P. Strawbridge

Deborah Lorsong Turton

Robin D. Walbert

Jeffrey A. Waldron

John D. Weaver

Deborah Kracht Weissbrodt

Thomas W. Werley

Bonnie Boscia Wismer

1975

Total Gifts: $12,325

28% Participation

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Marilyn L. Herwig

Jean Y. Sun Shaw

MoNoCACY CLUb

Dale W. Campbell

Donald A. DaVanzo Jr.

Eugene D. Lucas

Daniel H. Pipeling

Donna Jo Stayton Pipeling

Debra Lewis Zvanut

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Paul D. Balascki

Timothy J. Berger

Richard E. Chaney

Julie Morris Chowansky

Landis F. Frey Jr.

Robert K. Gratz

John W. Iobst

Elizabeth A. Kovach

Walter P. Latimer

Michael G. Lawrence

Cynthia K. Lewis-Hart

George D. Lutz

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

31.

David L. Peters

Lynn Irwin Stoudt

Jeffrey L. Welaish

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Joseph M. Burke

Daniel J. Elwood

Richard E. Harney

Diane Warren Hartelius

Renuka Freeman McMahon

John R. Mehler

Pamela Reeve O’Gorman

Mark Parseghian III

Steven J. Rose

Jonathan W. Werley

Heidi Stickel Wilkins

gREYhoUND CLUb

Susan Bacci Adams

Patricia Mahon Anderson

Lillian F. Baker

Sarah Dinsmore Balogh

Santo J. Butto

W. Thomas Campbell III

David L. Caskey

Dominick Costa Jr.

Pamela DeBiasse Cucco

Linda R. Davis-Wallen

Dean M. Donaher

Deborah Brown Drake

Margaret A. Fulton

Gary L. Gushen

John F. Heck

Cheryl Rush Heck

Susan A. Henry-Trimble

James T. Hicks

Helen Kinder Hoover

Scott Ingold

Martha Walker Jones

Richard C. Kovacs

Nancy Martin Lasher

Lucy Taylor Lasseter

Harry J. Lucci

Kathleen Umlauf Mack

Stephen C. Nehilla

Beverly Kindred Nehilla

Jimmie L. Newsom Jr.

Machan P. Pavelek

Linda Eagan Penrod

Robert G. Premecz

Joan Krasulak Premecz

Lynn Caldwell Rawhouser

Robert W. Rinker

Patricia Polidoro Sabol

Jonathan M. Sargent

Patricia Leonard Sargent

George T. Seiler III

Mary Clemmer Slemmer

David S. Smith

Donna F. Smith

Laurie J. Spalholz

Gail S. Warren

Pamela Mount Watkinson

Carol Johnson Weinberger

Sally Gingrich Wentling

Nancy S. Widdoes

1976

Total Gifts: $11,035

27% Participation

hERITAgE CLUb

Ralph W. Hunsicker

F. Robert Huth Jr.

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Donna J. Lee

Craig S. Troutman

MoNoCACY CLUb

Amy Greiner Hawley

James S. Lyon

Elizabeth Tober Lyon

Amy Lesser Mende

Norman E. Patterson

Mark E. Potter

Sandra Worcester Potter

Thomas J. Veraldi

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Sandra Dalrymple Gift

Lelan E. Haller Jr.

Kemper Morse

Karen Balcer Peters

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Joseph R. Bender

Lynn Kuhlmann Burke

Patty Barnum Coxe

Carl W. Dinger III

Richard C. Doll

Lawrence M. Ellmaker

Stephen B. Graham

Ann L. Greenzweig

Susan Cittadino Hayes

Dean R. Jurgen

Elizabeth Graybill Jurgen

David N. Klotz

William E. Savoth

Mark A. Wimmer

Betsy Ann Stahl Worthen

gREYhoUND CLUb

J. Neil Alexander

Linda Kresge Beris

John T. Boyer

Kathleen Thompson Brent

Gladys D. Carter

Dennis M. Coffin

Dianne Cleasby Cook

Jeffrey C. Eichler

Jeffrey M. Epstein

Lynn Beckage Fairall

Charles M. Glassmire Jr.

Richard J. Goch

Anne Hegarty Hagen

John W. Hair

Elyse Jensen James

Barbara E. Jinetopulos

Susan Maier Kirby

Robert R. Koehler

Marie Poleschuk Koehler

Lois Cooper Lynch

Susan Gardner McConnell


Pebbles in the Stream and

EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN

Frank J. Mitman Jr.

Linda A. Mosher

Donna Stever Nace

Karen Papsin Ruggiero

James Ruzicka

K. Dale Zusi Scolnick

John J. Shive Jr.

Craig R. Smith

Cheryl Gilbert Sommer

Nancy Boksan Stano

Scott E. Stewart

Daniel A. Sutherland

David S. Young

Christine Moore Young

Jeffrey R. Zettlemoyer

Richard D. Ziegler

1977

Total Gifts: $24,613

23% Participation

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Richard T. Kingston Jr.

hERITAgE CLUb

Odell Guyton

Barbara Colbourne Huth

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Gregg L. McNelis

Mark D. Myslinski

Frederick S. Patt

MoNoCACY CLUb

Keith W. Jones

Ina Kucey Kroc

Gail Adams Plumeri

Edwin E. Yeakel

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Gwendolyn Thomas Bolger

John J. Fauerbach III

Kim Vie Brock Jankowitz

Douglas B. Learn

Fred B. Schultheis

Bruce M. Weaknecht

CoLoNIAL CLUb

James M. Midgley

Robert D. Mino

Mary Lou Gorcsan Raiser

gREYhoUND CLUb

Sally Cummins Abruzzo

Rodney R. Altorfer

Dennis R. Baus

Albert O. Bittle

Yvonne Lettiere Boyer

Brenda Kelchner Brown

Jill Boettcher Bruckart

Lawrence R. Clever

Page Lummer DeLong

Janice Vuola Esposito

Irene Wolinski Fialkowsky

Elise Russo Gasda

Chris R. Jones

Wayne R. Kincaid

Kathy A. Lemke

John T. Lewis

Kathryn J. Lilly

Janet B. Matts

Barbara Deckman McInerney

Stephen C. Mervan Jr.

Louis F. Puskaritz

Virginia Hunt Rinker

Jeanette Piagesi Schinstine

Elizabeth Neff Schwartz

Mark S. Silverman

Kathleen Polak Stockman

Anthony B. Swartz

Denise M. Torma

Carolyn Merluzzi Urbanski

Anthony R. Villani

Deborah Calvert Ziegler

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

32.

Among the biggest rewards T ammy Balliet ’ 0 7 gathered

from her research was a clearer sense of what kind of teacher she

would like to be if and when she decides to become one.

During a summer’s internship at the DaVinci Science Center

in Allentown, Tammy designed a project to teach fourth-to-

sixth-grade children the techniques for finding small organisms

in stream and pond water at nearby Cedar Beach. Finding

macroinvertebrates such as mayflies and crayfish was one thing,

identifying them another, and accounting for why more of

them existed in one place rather than another also mattered.

It was an exercise in using scientific instruments to gather

the specimens and to measure the pH levels in various sections

of the water in an effort to determine how those readings

1978

Total Gifts: $31,416

28% Participation

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Placido A. Corpora

hERITAgE CLUb

Beth Williams Boyer

Karen Boyer Guyton

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

James A. Dunstan

Nancy Likman Graham

Richard F. Groman II

Corinne Fusco Patt

Colin G. Sandercock

MoNoCACY CLUb

David W. Abbuhl

Mary Faith Yanno Abbuhl

Hollis Haines Kent

Cathy Mraz Kimmel

David J. Maltby

Mary G. Mercer

Michael Popowycz

Robert E. Ternosky

Mark S. Yuhasz

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Paul J. Chowansky

Lynn Horak Conroy

Beverly Wilkinson DiPaolo

Jody Titlow Haller

Richard E. Hawkins

Richard A. Leiby Jr.

Diane Sharkey Miller

Maryclare McGinley Plucinsky

Laura D. Young

Martha Hughes Zimmerman

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Donald M. Bellis

Michael J. Cox

Randal R. Dietz

Michael J. Hartigan

Jane E. Jermyn

Richard E. LaDuke

Daniel M. Rappaport

Abbie Higginbottom Slaman

gREYhoUND CLUb

Kathleen Martin Anthony

Robert J. Barnhart

Carol Avery Bell

George J. Boksan

Rosemary Bortolotto Buffington

Matthew L. Capuano

Wendy Richards Cocci

David A. Donio

Kevin T. Dunne

Cynthia Bear Dunne

Thomas S. Farnish

William F. Grover

Joseph J. Haggerty Jr.

Brian G. Henkelmann

Carol Klaus

Barbara Herman Leindecker

Robert J. Luperi

Erich R. Mackow

William W. Matz Jr.

Marianne Desantis McDonald

Terence X. McInerney

Karen Van Street Moyer

Sally Boon Moyer

Robert L. Myers IV

Jeanne Stoudt Puskaritz

Diane Masino Ranshous

Elaine Andrulevich Schaeffer

Jack R. Seyfried

Nancy L. Snyder


might correlate with higher or lower concentrations of such

creatures. Tammy, who majored in biology and education,

oversaw all this in addition to keeping close tabs on the behavior

of her young charges. Some shied away from wading into the

shallow water and were assigned other key functions on the team.

Just one fell in.

For Tammy, much of the excitement was watching the

students do their own learning. She gave them the basics and

oversaw their efforts. “I didn’t know what to expect from

them,” she said, “because I’d never had my own classroom.”

To her delight, the best results occurred when students

took their own initiatives. If she did it for them, she said,

“they lost interest.”

Tina Marth Snyder

William F. Towne

Patricia M. Troxell

J. William Velekei

Susan L. Vitez

James S. Williams

Emily H. Youse

Rebecca VanderPoel Zoellner

1979

Total Gifts: $26,557

24% Participation

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Kenneth J. Rampolla

Anne McCandless Rampolla

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Kristina Jones Groller

Candy Barr Heimbach

Richard J. Szarko

MoNoCACY CLUb

Robin Ziegler Dogas

George P. Kurtz Jr.

William J. Lloyd Jr.

Susan Gangwere McCabe

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Jane Frankenfield Burcaw

Lauri Di Felice Jabbour

Mary Gordon Kirsch

Deborah Bassett Knox

Peter F. Marion

Kathleen Calvo Schulte

Craig F. Wood

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Roger J. Bleiler

Mark L. Cremonni

Mary Ellen Sahaydak LaDuke

Valerie Wallace Mike

*Deceased

David C. Muth

Joan Szvetecz Muth

Jon P. Otis

Irene Kresh Rosati

Judith Parkerton Rosen

Stephen R. Vanya

gREYhoUND CLUb

Richard L. Bruckart

John F. Burke

Noreen Ruch Clark

Linda Souders Dancho

Dolores Stofan Fartel

George W. French Jr.

Joanne Shaw Grant

Richard W. Israel

John P. Jackman

Michael A. Jacobsen

Brenda Merrill Jacobsen

Diane Bonnell Jones

Paul E. Kelleman

Charles F. Kidhardt

Brian C. Kish

Jonathan Lash

Judithann M. Lee

Steven W. LeVan

Barbara S. Lewis

Melissa Haas Lichten

Jean Leach Lohmann

Barbara Booth Luperi

Donald B. Maier

Christopher R. Neeven

Lenore J. Simon

Andrea Ambrosino Smith

Thomas F. Tierney

Scott C. Updegrave

Harriet Daskalos Zahradnik

Donna Salines Zimmerman

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

33.

As the experiment continued, Tammy says she began to

recognize her teaching style as providing students with the tools

that enabled them to make their own discoveries. She confirmed

her belief that a student-centered learning concept worked

because nothing motivates like self-motivation. She also saw

herself as someone who can allow considerable freedom among

students to pursue objectives in their own ways, not necessarily

“by the book.”

She had asked her students to look for pebbles at the bottom

of the stream and to be on the lookout for things that just looked

like pebbles. Like early stages of macroinvertebrates such as

mayflies. She spotted one boy who looked bored. “Then he began

identifying flies,” she recalled, “and you should have seen his

excited response.”

1980

Total Gifts: $11,162

26% Participation

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Robert E. Beitler

Shari Miller Dunstan

Daniel A. Polanski

Bernard J. Story

MoNoCACY CLUb

Margaret E. Couch

Frank T. Edgar

Roberta Titus Edgar

Bernard J. Ezaki

Christopher D. Ochs

Kristin Wellington Priore

Patrice Masluk Schwartzman

Jessica Dunlap Yazujian

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

James D. Artuso

Susan Burchfield Grieger

Robert J. Hardner

John F. Klement

Kirk M. Kozero

David A. Scanlon

Cynthia Flick Scanlon

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Michael J. Beatrice

Mary Beitler Beatrice

Howard L. Dennis Jr.

George B. Hallock Jr.

Charlotte Kepfer Hooker

Keith E. Nash

John E. Snyder

Bartholomew J. Terroni Jr.

Allen P. Wolfe

gREYhoUND CLUb

Lisa L. Arrigo

Deborah Harke Brown

Mark J. Buschi

Karl H. Butz

Rosemary Carnali

Janice L. Christofferson

Deborah Tisdale Cozen

Nina Richardson Daise

Helenanne Gurniak Drescher

David H. Dunn

Daryl A. Eppley

Karl D. Gilbert

Suzanne Sloss Gonda

Stephen W. Granlund

Ray R. Graver III

Kevin A. Green

Diane Frey Haas

Robin Favreau Harley

Colleen Handlon Hendricks

Sharon Burd Hontz

Debra M. Horwath

Renee Sullivan James

Kathleen Farrell McDonald

Michael J. McGee

Yvonne Stroh McGee

Kathleen Daday Merkel

Brian E. Miller

Elaine Domber Monticollo

David L. Moyer

Carol Vichiconti O’Connor

Jane M. Paluda

Patrick T. Parenty

Kathryn Hoderman Patterson

Francis A. Polito

Walter C. Poposki

Jody Vinzant Rennie

Annette M. Ricci

Lisa Schwalier Rogers


Charles J. Rongione

Teresa Sonn Smollinger

Kim Koch Snelling

Adra Smith Stitt

Cheryl Fratantuono Symanski

Maria Gonzalez Weiss

1981

Total Gifts: $17,340

28% Participation

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Ray S. Bishop Jr.

Teri McCandless Bishop

Lisa Moyer Roth

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Tamera Boote Hatton

MoNoCACY CLUb

Keith G. Follweiler

David A. Hnatow

Evan B. Howell

Cynthia Wiktor Kurtz

Rena M. Mack

Joseph D. Mixon

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Christopher R. Curtin

Michael S. Drescher

Kenneth D. Hanna

Douglas R. Hooper

Dennis C. Kuhns

Anita-Jean Wright

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Mark J. Allender

Nancy Ponder Callahan

Celia Tonkinson Dollmeyer

Rene Baker Hallock

Gary M. Krall

Cynthia Bahr Pontius

Tracy Campbell Roeder

Paul F. Tuttle

gREYhoUND CLUb

Andrew H. Bender

Mary Yavorski Bender

Maureen J. Beretsky

Lisa McGatha Berg

Deborah Cerino Bradstreet

Faith Lamorelle Butt

Catherine Skutches Campanaro

Michael H. Castles

Joseph P. Check

Madeline E. Collins

Mary Mumper Desmond

Diane George Dologite

James Dreiling

Marlaine Rowe Fannin

Kenneth R. Feichtl

Charlene Coleman Frable

Allison E. Frantz

Frank J. Genther

Behrooz Goodarz

Lisa Ricglane Goodarz

Lesley J. Hand

Cynthia Heymann Hansen

Anne Marie Hughes Jakositz

Lora D’Onofrio Lenzsch

Susan Moreau Lovell

Michael J. Lucas

Kimberly Criswell Lucas

Ronald P. Madensky

John R. Martin Jr.

Patricia A. McGarry

David R. Miers

Lynne Thomas Nelson

Elaine Aagaard Sales

Joseph A. Sebia

Nancy Duckworth Semanick

Margaret Evans Stewart

Robert L. Strauss

Steven J. Trunzo

Emily Cook Vadasz

Susan Dreizler Van Den Acre

Heather Whyte Vogel

Steven R. Wheeler

Bret B. Wrigley

1982

Total Gifts: $19,667

27% Participation

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Thomas More Holland

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Roy F. Boyd

Sabrina Zimpfer Boyd

Terri Koser Brady

Laurie Riley Brubaker

MoNoCACY CLUb

Suzanne J. Bleiler-Conrad

Jon B. Conrad

Lisa D. Laury-Kleintop

Lisa Orlich-Mixon

Brian H. Oswald

David L. Price

Michael P. Rauscher

Carol L. Sampson

Michael Schlechter

Frank A. Schwing

Anne Romig Weiss

Karen Glenn Yeakel

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Lois Rehberg Beamer

John C. Byrne

Larry J. Esposito

Laurie Rutledge Esposito

William P. Feigley

Sarah Miller Gallagher

Douglas P. Geiger

Patricia Murray Hanna

Scott T. Kocher

Susan Kressly

Susan Prause Martin

Joanne Belletti Molle

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Margaret W. Crandall

Pamela Miller Daniels

Diane Heston Dennis

Jeffrey B. Feakes

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

34.

Scott M. Loupos

Todd L. Oplinger

Jeffery S. Shepherd

Barry W. Yoder

gREYhoUND CLUb

Jeff J. Bartlett

M. Kate Decker Bayer

Timothy J. Benner

Lisa Reed Bohn

Marc S. Cohen

Richard D. Daugherty

Jane Apgar Domitrowits

Susan Pitonak Dwyer

Donna Fabian Falk

Ronald R. Fulmer

Bruce B. Grube

Scott B. Kardos

Gary L. Kiechel

Mark A. Kiefer

Tracey A. Knauss-Warnke

James M. Laverty

Christopher W. Lenzsch

Joyce Mawhinney Mante

James A. McAdoo

Adrienne Hutta McNally

Marlene N. Merz

Cindy Sherrer Miers

George W. Myers

Carol Dybach Priebe

Christy Paul Rouh

Ann Bellanca Ruggiero

Richard S. Schaffer Jr.

Sherri D’Autrechy Schaffer

Vanessa J. Schukis

Matthew B. Searles

Diana Kohlenberger Shoback

Renate Schroedel Shotwell

Jamie Moll Singer

Robert M. Smith

Frederick J. Smollinger

Patricia Lynch Stinner

Thomas J. Vargo

Paul N. Waller

Beth Balbach Waller

S. Craig Wilhelmy

J. Mark Zarra

Frank C. Zucal

1983

Total Gifts: $16,607

26% Participation

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Joanne M. Regina

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Susan H. Kuenstner

Nancy E. Thomas-Roman

MoNoCACY CLUb

Edward S. Attarian

Cheryl A. Baker

Wendy Merkle Basta

Stephen A. Gohdes

Michael G. Link

Cynthia Pummer Rauscher

Elsie Kean Schwing

Alexis P. Slavish

Michael S. Wolfe

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Patrice Starner Amin

Joseph M. Brenner

Thomas D. Christman

Lisa S. Coutts

Raymond W. Hague

Christopher R. Hitzel

Susan Farrell Meiser

Dean A. Molle

Jane Lefanto Puckett

Kevin J. Stralo

Cynthia Cave Yanchek

Robert T. Yavorski Jr.

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Joseph G. Buragino

Judy Jones Curtis

Richard D. Gazda

Pamela Wilson Gazda

Eric D. Hiby

David C. Malloy

Vivian Bates Noblett

Vicki Persson Scullion

Paul C. Sommers

gREYhoUND CLUb

Suzanne M. Bailey-Wheatall

Tracy Young Biediger

Kathleen Fleck Blikle

Debra Brooks-Nealy

Jonathan E. Burcaw

Raymond W. Carlier

Emilie H. Carr

Christina Haas Churilla

Louise H. Darlington

Michael J. DePaola

Joan Detweiler Evans

J. Christian Giesler

Babette Berger Guss

Jacqueline Lystash Hartnett

Stephen C. Kalamar III

Larry L. Knokey

Beth Ann Letcher Landis

Deborah Rengel Laverty

Richard J. Lempke

Lisa DeFerrari Litschi

John A. Longo

Craig R. Love

Michelle Stein Miller

Jeanne DeWire Minardi

Annette Moyer Nicolas

Cindy Peters O’Neil

Theresa V. Oravec

Teresa Scheidermann Philbrick

Michael J. Russo

Maryann Burriello Salabsky

Meinardo R. Santos Jr.

Kathleen McMullen Schafer

Kelley Hooper Schantzenbach

Susan Kubaritz Schemmel

Ronald J. Semanick

Deborah Butler Shaffer

David E. Shirey


Cara DiParisi Smith

Janet Skvoretz Smith

John J. Stelyn

Barbara Updike Wilhelmy

Shirley I. Yochum

Marie Vadyak Zarra

1984

Total Gifts: $16,067

21% Participation

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Ronald L. Miksiewicz

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Peter G. Cohen

James J. Shiffert

MoNoCACY CLUb

Mark A. Braun

Brian J. Hubert

Nancy Albright Price

R. Scott Shellington

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Aletha Custer-Bacon Fassl

Jill A. Murphy

James P. Walters

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Lori Frantz Balliet

Andrew Elgin

Janet Gomes Feakes

James Gentile

Randolph S. Krail

Joseph E. Luksa

Scott L. Phillips

gREYhoUND CLUb

Brenda McCatharn Beacham

Thomas J. Blikle

Robert J. Brusko Jr.

Daniel J. Burke

Annette Picucci Burke

Andrea Alexander Centofanti

Eric W. Csencsits

Tammy Jacoby Dilendik

David A. Dutt

Cynthia Anderson Dutt

Brian J. Fruehling

Donna Dalmaso Genay

Christina Schoeller Giesler

David L. Griscom

Elizabeth Plarr Griscom

Nancy Bednar Horwath

Lynn M. Hutley

Kenneth W. Koelln

Marc E. Krimmer

Janice Lipp LaPorta

William L. Leiner Jr.

Bernard L. McCracken III

Lynne Morgan Neel

James E. Neupauer

Barbara J. Nyce

Denise DeJoseph Parkanyi

Jonathan D. Reeves

Helen Berta Rogusky

Joseph S. Roksewicz

*Deceased

Charles E. Schmidt Jr.

John R. Shaffer

Derek H. B. Smart

John R. Steiger Jr.

Janice M. Thomas

Jennifer Riemer Thumm

Michael G. Ulicny

Steven P. Zajac

1985

Total Gifts: $4,584

19% Participation

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Kerry S. Freidl

MoNoCACY CLUb

Carlene Sallash Braun

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Jo-Ann Brantley Brenner

Paul M. Brock Jr.

Pamela Greeno Campbell

David A. Edmonds

Kathleen DelGuercio Kececi

Eileen Morgan Meitzner

David R. Schulte

Jill Hannah Waskiewicz

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Lisa J. Foulke

Harris C. Hoke Jr.

Richard D. Hooper

Robert C. Mesevage

Ruth Errico Olson

gREYhoUND CLUb

Christopher J. Brown

Elizabeth L. DeWalt

Heather Rosenzweig Ferman

Michael K. Grigoruk

Evan Y. Haruta

Richard C. Hassick II

Deborah Beaver Hess

Robert T. Hoffman

Richard P. Hughes Jr.

Everett C. Isaacs

Virginia Carson Kerns

Earlaine Coleman Klingler

Anthony J. Kosloski

Lisa Moyer Kriebel

Maureen Herman Leaswitch

Jeffrey P. Lesitsky

Anita Finelli Maura

Laura Frederick Maxwell

Miriam D. Mello

Paige E. Miller

Lynne Murray Morgan

Valerie Hand Morris

J. Scott Quinerly

Bryan V. Rosenberger

Laura S. Rowe

Lori N. Schmeisser

Cathy Snyder Shaffer

Susan Licausi Strawderman

Keith A. Strawn

Jeffrey K. Travis

Patrice Golden Turner

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

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Denise Nazzari White

Seana Rolland Zimmer

Karen Saas Zurasky

1986

Total Gifts: $6,730

17% Participation

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Lillian K. Janos

Terence L. O’Rourke Jr.

MoNoCACY CLUb

Todd E. Bateson

Eric P. Marquard

Bryan W. Sandmann

James F. Swartz III

Lynda Farrell Swartz

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Eric M. Ambrose

Corinne Parker Edmonds

Christopher P. Gilbert

Gayle Fischer Rowland

Carol A. Traupman-Carr

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Kelly K. Krieble

James R. Lasko

Joseph A. Pacelli Jr.

Susan Henly Phillips

Gail M. Poverman-Kave

gREYhoUND CLUb

Joan Meyers Alich

Linda Metzger Ashley

Donna Mackinshok Aslanian

Michele Morris Cinti

Leslie A. Cole

M. Lynne Jenkins Davis

Joan Kiefer Dickinson

Gayle Stevens Dimmick

Robert O. Downes

Kristin Matz Gawlik

Linda Henkelmann Gipson

Mark S. Harder

Catherine Holbrook Hettrich

James A. Joseph

Robert G. Kachelries

James T. Lehr

Debra Rabold Little

Randy P. Longo

Jeffrey S. Maxwell

John D. Morris

Sheri Eutermoser O’Brien

Kathleen Regan Patterson

Ann Molinari Pisani

Alice Ritter Samuels

Robert J. Snyder

Deborah Fosburg Tomkins

Virginia V. Van Horne

John C. Walton

Adelina Miranda Weiss

Maria Nickel Wexler

Valerie Dale White

Mark S. Williams

Linette Varaly Zeigler

1987

Total Gifts: $43,463

23% Participation

ChAIRMAN’S CIRCLE

Susan Brickman McGrath

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Douglas C. Green

Claire M. Klatchak

Gary L. Long

Jerome P. Natishan Jr.

Conrad J. Radcliffe

Jeffrey S. Sharer

Timothy C. Shoyer

MoNoCACY CLUb

Mark S. Annett

Elizabeth Tyler Bugaighis

Ronald M. Kriner

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Rusty S. Bealer

Michael J. Brower

Georgine K. Danyi

Shelly Bachman DeLong

Melanie P. Kloiber St. Hill

Denise O’Neill

Peter Reinhart

Denise Corona Reinhart

Pamela Romig Schuettler

David C. Stoyer

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Sandra Hammel Cinque

Jeffery R. Frekot

Kathleen Hanifan Hoke

Edith Fuchs Lewis

Anthony P. Maula

Christine M. Mohr

Philip T. Page

Erin Ryan Pettit

Diane Hvizdak Taylor

gREYhoUND CLUb

Nadine A. Aljian

Daniel P. Bloom

Bryan L. Clelland

Todd J. Dickinson

Philip J. Dommel

Molly McCooey Gilley

Robert L. Gordon

Martha Stibitz Harris

Robert W. Heck Jr.

Frances G. Holahan

Anthony M. Jabbour

Karen Morton Jensen

Lauren Kelly Lawn

Douglas R. Litzenberger

A. Michael Mancini

Christopher R. Mauser

Anne Boutin McGuire

Pamela M. Messerschmidt

Brian A. Muschlitz

Ray J. Pfeiffer Jr.

Michele V. Purcell

Chris Roginsky


Wendiann R. Sethi

Bruce C. Spencer

Lori Chomo Traupman

Robert T. Williams

Joseph A. Zaia

Jeffrey J. Zeigler

1988

Total Gifts: $6,950

16% Participation

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Peter D. Chimera

Joseph B. Hoffmeier Jr.

Teresa Segar Long

Robert J. Russoli

MoNoCACY CLUb

Tarek M. Bugaighis

Jeffrey C. Ketz

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Matthew J. Etzrodt

Karen Mengel Graham

David L. Marcus

Monica J. Martocci-Miller

Anthony G. Moncman

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Robert J. Beyer

Cheryl Derby Maula

Joseph M. Shosh

gREYhoUND CLUb

Frank Alessandra

David E. Anderson

Patricia Southwick Andrzejewski

Michael D. Anthus

Sofia D. Bakis

Randall K. Brown

Cindy Traupman Brown

Alease Duker Chabrak

Please Put All

BOOKS AND NOTES AWAY

Constance Sanders Davis

John D. Diehl

Jay R. Engelbrecht

Glenn A. Geissinger

John W. Gerencher

Carla Kedl Green

Evelyn Estephan Hanni

Brian W. Horrocks

Ronald C. Kline

Karen Hagerman Leary

Colleen Lewis Marx

Michael J. Mazzarella

Mark L. Minotti

Annjeanette Ruggiero Peiffer

Karen Walters Scott

Joan Simons Starnes

Jane Lantz Urban

Kris Radcliffe Wagner

1989

Total Gifts: $6,923

12% Participation

hERITAgE CLUb

Michelle Betz Reichenbach

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Candyce Homan Chimera

Paul E. Kurzeja

Amanda Westphal Radcliffe

Raymond J. Reimer

Stephanie L. Robison

MoNoCACY CLUb

Kathy Kratzer Hughes

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Gianine M. Christiano

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Robert D. Beck

Lorraine Matuczinski Gyauch

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

36.

M ark Maglione ’ 0 9 remembers the fateful day in fourth

grade when he first met that disturber of educational peace

known as the pop quiz. “It was all easy multiplication like 12 times

10,” he recalled with post-traumatic vividness. “I knew the

answers. But I was so nervous I blanked out. My memory became

blurry.” The results were forgettable.

As he prepares himself to teach in elementary school, Mark

has reviewed his own pop quiz history as part of an effort to

evaluate which kinds of testing work best. His own experience

had shown him that he wasn’t good at pop quizzes and that

his panicky reaction seemed “very common,” so he put that

assumption itself to the test.

Erik D. Rander

Christine Germuga Rander

gREYhoUND CLUb

Bonnie S. Banks-Beers

James W. Beers

Louis E. Chomo

Karen Helms Demarest

Michelle E. Dilorenzo Allen

Joseph M. Dremock

Robert D. Emery

Cynthia Dorko Farmer

Marcey Wittmeyer Healey

Richard W.S. Long II

Susan Neary Lowry

Kelly Greenzweig Lutterschmidt

Samantha Wood Mancini

Wendy Kincaid Nemeth

Lora L. Perry

Kurt J. Poling

Robert M. Reagle

Jeffrey M. Roth

June D. Savitz

John D. Stocker

1990

Total Gifts: $11,791

16% Participation

hERITAgE CLUb

Robert A. Verrone

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Rita Hoffmeier Glaser

Thomas R. Ike

Sarah L. Somers

MoNoCACY CLUb

Andrew W. Hart

Jane Tatum Helstrom

Gregory D. Hughes

Elizabeth Jennings Schreier

Kelly Flanagan Sidler

Walter T. Wandall

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Beth Hance Arnold

Steven J. Burd

Kendall R. B. Dobbins

Kenneth J. Karch

John T. Lohr

Erika Bayles Mondok

Anthony D. Sabino

Jean Mulroy Tewell

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Jennifer Smith Dieter

Andrea Fuller Giedosh

Richard P. Graham

Sharon Duffy Graham

Paul M. Staudt

gREYhoUND CLUb

Lauren Lauderbaugh Allen

Robert W. Andrews

Lisa Cunningham Fedor

Bryon L. Grigsby

Dianne Shefski Harper

William J. Liaw

Michael M. Melsky

Christine Poll Mitchell

Donna M. Moser

Aydin K. Onur

Scott E. Pammer

Jeannine O’Grady Puello

Beth Unangst Sawickij

Robert C. Schmell

Trudy Beltz Unangst

Susan J. Weinlick

Shannon Williamson Amerson

Michele Kovacs Wolgamuth


The research involved two groups of Moravian students, nine

apiece, recruited from volunteers who had a basic knowledge of

algebra. Each group was given exactly the same algebra questions

but under different circumstances.

Members of one group were surprised by a quiz that they

were told would be graded. The students in the other group were

informed before the session that they would be asked to complete

an algebra worksheet.

When Mark tallied the scores, he found support for his

hypothesis. The pop quiz group answered on average 50 percent

of the questions correctly, while the group that had been notified

was right 80 percent of the time.

1991

Total Gifts: $7,282

15% Participation

hERITAgE CLUb

Daniel D. Reichenbach II

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Thyra L. Hartshorn

Kimberly Deischer Ike

David A. Zinczenko

MoNoCACY CLUb

Elinor Shute Hart

Jonathan D. Soden

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Suzanne Kmet Diaz

Francis R. Mozgai Jr.

Patricia Sudol Roke

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Lillian M. Behrens

Cheryl J. Krapohl

Susan Knasiak Raley

Eugene F. Weber Jr.

gREYhoUND CLUb

Eileen Hittinger Ackerman

Mary E. Cresseveur-Reed

Timothy M. Cunniff

Monica H. Deeb

Constance M. DiJohnson

Scott W. Fedor

Mark A. Fielding

Jeannine Renninger Fielding

Frank J. Karnish

Rozann Bezdziecki Kern

Linda Hatfield Kowalczyk

Lynn M. Kuster

Janice E. Lee

Gretchen Schur Leming

*Deceased

Pinar Onur

Linda G. Pettinelli

Timothy J. Prochnau

Scott T. Rehrig Jr.

David A. Reppert

Dwight D. Repsher

Lou-Ann D. Rogers

Demeitrius V. Sawickij

Rebecca Williams Slominski

Lorraine Willey Snyder

Stefanie P. Sommons

Frank J. Stettner III

Robert L. Topkis

Renate Muller Wildermuth

Lealan Zaccone

Grace S. Zarnas-Hoyer

1992

Total Gifts: $4,480

13% Participation

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

John J. Kruse

MoNoCACY CLUb

Mark R. Newsome

Teresa Rizzo Soden

Scott M. Wilhelm

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Kenneth R. Rohrbach

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Sherry Rohn Clancy

Amy J. Hayes-Hennebery

Michael W. Hennebery

Jeffrey M. Portik

Edward J. Rekai

gREYhoUND CLUb

Vincent L. Bagnaturo

William T. Beck

William J. Casciano

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

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Mark, a psychology and education major, interprets his

findings as evidence that the pop quiz is generally a bad idea.

Heightening student anxiety is too likely to harm test per-

formance, he believes, and therefore blunts education rather

than fosters learning (“I also wonder if that anxiety ever

goes away”). “It’s hard to do anything when you’re nervous

and sick to your stomach,” he said.

“We can’t eliminate tests,” he continued, “but I think all

students deserve the right to prepare for them.”

Jennifer Lettie Chomo

Gary L. Cole

Robert C. Constable

Steven E. Fisher

Lionel B. Fraser III

Richard J. Garofalo

John F. Haberl

Stephen S. Kraemer

Michael T. Kriner

Thomas H. Luhman

Carmella Solito Mattes

Kimberly Kellogg McAlindin

David P. McCarthy

Colby Beck McCarthy

Christine Caporaso Mondello

Robin M. Moyer

Stephanie Reimers

Michael Q. Roth

Nancy J. Sandor

Patrick J. Sheehan

Jennifer Cassese Sheehan

Barry W. Unger

Denise Carro Valle

Edward S. Youwakim

Beth Derr Zmijewski

1993

Total Gifts: $5,377

12% Participation

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Todd D. Parlee

MoNoCACY CLUb

Sara B. Donches

Michelle Litzenberger Trent

Hilary Martin Wandall

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Amy Endler

Monica Shea Glick

Linda Hulse LaPointe

Tanda L. Tucker

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Lynne Kester

John E. Mattes III

Peter J. Schurman

Danielle Weida Schurman

gREYhoUND CLUb

Carrie Schaller Bachman

James C. Barclay

April Major Barton

Marta Boulos Gabriel

Kathryn Schaar Burke

Christopher B. Buzby

Matthew J. Delarato

Everett B. DeLuca Jr.

Kristina Stoneback Donatelli

Andrea Marx Edwards

Thaddeus J. Encelewski

Jeffrey N. Gibbs

Linda A. Hager

Holley Lambert Kearns

Jocelyn Smith Mosher

Keith L. Randall

Jason C. Reed

Jeffrey M. Valle

Catarina Scipioni Youwakim

1994

Total Gifts: $9,269

10% Participation

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Marilou Cummings

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Christina Zarnas Donahue

MoNoCACY CLUb

Michael G. Hancewicz

Kerry Willard Bray


FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Kevin M. Andris

Denise A. Bradley

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Charles E. Bowman

Doneda K. Clemmer

Danny P. Maalouf

gREYhoUND CLUb

Marianne B. Anestad

Christopher C. Arabia

Deborah Maier Arabia

Karen Lechman Brady

Jeffrey M. Butts

Lisa A. Cardwell

Kenneth J. Cianela

Deena Diorio Cross

Elizabeth Bruzda DeLarato

Dena Mendlen Emerson

Lori A. Halenar

Mark A. Harabedian

Janice E. Johnson

Joan Vargo Krem

Maureen James Lippincott

Susan Dutko Loeper

Frank L. Magee

Jane Kerbacher McCarthy

Julie A. Nasrani

Kathryn L. Needham

Patrick O’Halloran

Patricia L. Patiri Buetow

Deborah J. Porter

Stewart J. Roman

Alicia Mudd Sands

Paul L. Saylor III

Ann M. Schlottman

Danielle J. Shisko-Guyer

Kenneth C. Sicknick

Laura Happ Thompson

Mirna Haddad Trauger

Dale Intemann van Gelder

Marlene L. Wachelka

Donna Daubert Warrrick

Nancy L. Williamson

Matthew F. Williard

Ursula Morike Wuerth

Brenda A. Yost

1995

Total Gifts: $6,565

17% Participation

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Janna Barclay Parlee

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Amy Kohler Howard

Scott D. Seymour

MoNoCACY CLUb

Lena K. Kenan

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Melissa Hertzog Johnson

Elizabeth Horgan Pirnat

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Mark A. Bonsall

Stephanie A. Czyryca

Tara B. O’Neal

Candace R. Young

gREYhoUND CLUb

Krisa Murray Arzayus

Frank J. Csrnko Jr.

James A. Dague

Connie J. Deemer

Howard T. DeRemer

Jeannine Lowe Felix

Christopher J. Fox

Thomas J. Hartle

Angel Schell Hartle

Aubrey L. Hicks

Mary Beth Anfuso Horner

Gregory A. Krausz

David D. Madea

Megan Pray Middleton

Matthew R. Minjack

Rebecca Kleintop Owens

Edward J. Roach

Jennifer Meyer Roth

Michelle Hamilton Sibert

Karen M. Stupic

Natalie A. Trehuba

Christopher A. Ward

Patricia Kirrane West

1996

Total Gifts: $4,723

10% Participation

MoNoCACY CLUb

Frank C. Chou

Leslie D. Smith

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Mary Kate Turowski Andris

Christopher J. Brown

Deborah Yuengling Ferhat

Alan G. Heverly

James P. Orlando

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Bradley M. Leight

Dawn Golden Matteo

Douglas M. Miller

Eliot R. Moore

Laura Kellers Queen

Richard Senker

Caroline J. Smith

Heather J. Watson-Kramer

gREYhoUND CLUb

Krista Rheinhardt Butts

Nicole DiFluri Clark

Melissa Manco Cummings

Anne Marie Cusack

Joyce Minyard Dawley

Kenneth A. Dittelman

Kevin P. Edwards

Ann Rissmiller Flood

Matthew A. Fox

K. Noel Fowler Hedges

Ryan Z. Hinrichs

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

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Ernest Johnson

Jacqueline Y. Karpow

Lauree Kracht Katz

Eric M. Kniskern

Jennifer Heberling Krausz

Michael S. Lawton

Jennifer L. McKenna

Ryan A. Mehl

David A. Mengel

Philip M. Novack-Gottshall

Michael J. Paciulli

Michael S. Peek

Tammy Tracy Peek

Daphne Rhoton Pierce

Kathy Kovatch Reaman

Steven G. Rhoads

Jennifer Nolfe Singer

Daniel Sirb

Samir Stewart

Leanne M. Strawn

Kenneth W. Urbanski

Jessica Gearhart Wenton

Tara Pierson White

Derek J. Wright

Carissa Barillari Wright

Stephen M. Zapach

Jennifer L. Zavacky

Amy M. Zdunowski

1997

Total Gifts: $3,163

12% Participation

MoNoCACY CLUb

Wendy Morgans Laird

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Allison Higgins DiCello

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Sarah Crews Chriscoe

Phillip N. Geiger

Renee Bond Geiger

Susan R. Hosterman

Denise L. Kowitz

C. E. Kutzler

Jennifer Schaller Leight

Stacy Robustelli Pescatore

John D. Rossi III

Jiri Stavovcik

gREYhoUND CLUb

Lauren A. Baksa

Christopher W. Clark

Jeffrey Farrlley

BethAnn Schrey Folcher

Leigh A. Harvilla

Jason D. Hoffert

Eman H. Jarrah

Margaret A. Kaleuati

Jayme Schulter Lehman

Lauren Walsh Lohn

Katrina Blake McKee

Mark T. Morrissey

Emily Evans North

Kris McGurrin Rooney

Jennifer A. Schaeffer

Amy Croll Souders

Robin North Stankowski

Christopher J. Vargo

Gregory E. Webb

Celeste A. Wells

Jeff L. Williams

Owen M. Zimmerman

1998

Total Gifts: $3,303

12% Participation

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Kasie Hornberger Seymour

MoNoCACY CLUb

Jennie Coughlin Crotty

James A. Gold

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Zaleina Khan Kartick

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Alan A. Babp

Kenneth E. Fegley

Audrey Weaver Sparks

V. Chad Wenger

gREYhoUND CLUb

Sean C. Carroll

David M. Connor

Jennifer Carrier Dorman

Carolyn Leland Farrlley

Audrey Carcanague Ferrani

Michael M. Folcher

Christy Danko Graybeal

Jeffery L. Hunsinger Jr.

Dale Konsevitch

Heather Thorne LaCombe

Steven J. Lella

James G. Massey

Brian F. McKee

Rebecca Poole-James Michalski

Jolene M. Miga

Stephanie A. Newman

Sandra E. Novack-Gottshall

Jena Woods Pado

Deanna Campbell Plexman

Glenn M. Price

Verdiana D. Quinn

Jennifer M. Stickney

Susan J. Terry

Margaret R. Thomsen

Jason R. Victory

Jarred J. Weaver

Gregory A. Woods

1999

Total Gifts: $1,905

5% Participation

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Jessica Coughlin Milner

MoNoCACY CLUb

Geoffrey J. Laird

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

William F. Harzer


CoLoNIAL CLUb

Catherine B. Huegler

Virginia I. Pantella

gREYhoUND CLUb

Craig F. Benner

Jeffery F. Brill

Jana Musgnung Dieterich

Sara deMange Fox

Scott C. Fritz

Charles E. Gardner

Ellen Thomas Saylor

Vincent Stango

Lynne Kadubec Urso

Evett Vega

Lynne Grzywacz Webb

2000

Total Gifts: $1,740

10% Participation

MoNoCACY CLUb

Margaret M. Frantz

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Geoffrey D. Hood

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Heather Wickmann Watt

gREYhoUND CLUb

Linda Young Andreychak

Kaitlin Kramer Bicknell

Ellen E. Blum

Margaret Buss

Christopher J. Buzas

Tanya Rapp Carroll

Matthew L. Coffin

Travis W. Fink

Kathryn E. Foster

Lisa G. Hahn

Allison D. Harteveld

Ashley J. Heiberger

Christie J. Jacobsen

Susan M. Kastle

Jocelyn Eisenhart Kilhefner

Randy R. Kline

Jane M. Knisely

Krysten M. Mack

Brian R. Mansfield

Rebekah Worthington Massey

Ostomy Matthew

Matthew B. Peak

Marilyn G. Ramsey

Ryan M. Shick

Brian D. Unangst

Stephen M. Van Horn

Clayton A. Wagner

Rebecca Stroup Wagner

Melissa A. Whitehouse-Connor

2001

Total Gifts: $955

6% Participation

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Hal A. Long

*Deceased

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Christopher M. Watt

Grehound Club

Fredericka W. Beauchard

Jaime E. Biggs

Sook L. Choi

Kimberly S. Ghali Rao

Douglas E. Gold

Erin E. Jennings

John C. Langeraap

Lauren Chaykin Moehring

Patricia A. Morgenstern

Karen A. Neely

Carole R. Olszewski

Paulette A. Roberts

Courtney Rice Schnyderite

Karl D. Searing

Heidi J. Seiwell

Marlo Peluso Yates

2002

Total Gifts: $2,163

10% Participation

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Brian J. Corvino

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Christopher S. Szutar

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Michelle Hoopes Treichler

Autumn H. Zander

gREYhoUND CLUb

Michael P. Augello

Monica L. Bartholomew

Juddson A. Billie

Melissa Webber Billie

Kevin R. Bush

Vincent P. Byrne

Erin LaBar Curtolo

Nicole L. Eisele

Jacob L. Hallman

Genevieve Hellings

Scott A. Heydt

Melissa L. Keysock

Rebecca A. May

Christina L. Mondschein

Lauren M. Muscarella

Debra L. Noble

William P. Quinn IV

Adrienne Krosecz Schultz

Inna Kolesnikova Scully

Julie Jones Shilane

Patricia A. Smith

Gretchen G. Walters

Amanda Rissmiller Williams

2003

Total Gifts: $865

8% Participation

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

John W. Reynolds

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

39.

gREYhoUND CLUb

Michelle R. Bartlett

Jon R. Buskirk

Joshua L. Fick

Aggeliki Varvarelis Gentis

John R. Giacchi

Melissa L. Graeff

Sayward E. Green

Sarah E. Hart

Jenny E. Hilkert

Sarah Hriniak

Laila S. Khoury

Dina M. Liberatore

Elizabeth M. Muir

Mindi B. Musselman

Victoria Homko Piccotti

Thomas M. Powell

Mary E. Saville

Bethany L. Searfoss

Jennifer Tori Shick

Hilari Smoyer Takacs

Kristin L. Vazquez

Joshua D. Weaknecht

Andrea Lorenzo Wells

Matthew A. Ziegenfuss

Scott S. Zientek

2004

Total Gifts: $3,511

9% Participation

hERITAgE CLUb

D. Wayne Barefoot

MoNoCACY CLUb

Borko Milosev

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Joel B. Messick

gREYhoUND CLUb

Kristin N. Antonaccio

Renee M. Balliet

Nancy C. Brennan

Janelle L. Brey

Anita Buono

Kevin P. Burke

Brynn Saltzer Buskirk

Kevin R. Centurrino

Michael E. Chrnelich

Carrie M. Cooper

David J. Darmofal

Charles DePuy

Amanda Laury Dreisbach

Janice E. Farber

Joseph J. Grady

Stephen J. Hartenstine

Jennifer D. Hinkel

Kristen E. Kuchera

Jaime L. Marks

Anthony M. Merz

Dana A. Patchcoski

Brian C. Plodizyn

Christine N. Pukszyn

Jillian Kalweit Rejman

Bonnie L. Salter

Mark K. Schlegel

Joshua D. Schray

Derek C. Short

Traci L. Siegfried

Janice Sisinni Smith

Melissa A. Soroka

2005

Total Gifts: $1,625

10% Participation

MoNoCACY CLUb

Libuse H. Guldin

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Leah E. Holmes

Michelle Lala

Tracy Stehman Maalouf

Courtney A. Wertman

gREYhoUND CLUb

Stephanie D. Beitler

Christine A. Bobick

Lindsay M. Carpenter

Jacqueline A. Collette

Melissa Duarte Daley

Alyssa C. DeSimone

Melissa C. Dunne-Porter

Renee E. Garin

Alicia C. Gregory

Stephanie K. Gribben

Jennifer M. Kunes

Regina A. LaCaruba

Kathryn M. Laczynski

Nicholas P. Lechman

Danielle F. Liberatore

John W. Loughney

Peter N. Lukesh

Shannon M. McCarney

Lauren E. Messner

Amy J. Miller

Kathleen M. Moore

Jeremy M. Onorato

Pamela J. Pike

Massimo Quaglieri

Guy R. Read

Adam C. Spaugh

B. Marianne Speni

Rebecca S. Stewart

Ryan T. Wilkins

2006

Total Gifts: $977

6% Participation

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Joseph J. Bigley

Matthew T. Hovey

Gerald McGlinn

gREYhoUND CLUb

Ekow O. Bedu-Amissah

Mojca Branc

Lindsey M. Brychta

Scott J. Burke

Neil V. Caniga

Eric J. Cuevas

Jennifer L. Davenport

Alicia A. Ficalora


Jennifer L. Fisher

Amy R. Frantz

George J. Gray

Nathaniel J. Henning

Brianna J. Hurley

Kevin B. Landis

James S. Mikochik

Hillary A. Nelson

Michael A. Piersa

Timothy A. Reinhart

Brenten J. Runne

Stephanie L. Shantz

Shaza H. Toumeh

Jennifer F. Weiss

2007

Total Gifts: $3,016

24% Participation

MoNoCACY CLUb

Mark R. Bentz

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Thomas J. Mondschein

gREYhoUND CLUb

Kelly M. Applegate

Kelly A. Bauer

Patrick E. Bechtel

Rachel P. Berlin

EvANgELINE bAhNSoN

SMITh SoCIETY

Members of the Evangeline Bahnson

Smith Society are those supporters

of Moravian Theological Seminary

who have made an unrestricted gift

of $1,000 or more during 2006-2007.

Mr. Jose P. & Mrs. Karen ’88

Arencibia

Mr. Robert E. ’80 & Mrs. Kathy Lynn

Beitler

Mr. Stephen Black

Estate of Adam Brinker*

Rev. James O. ’49 & Mrs. Colleen

Workman Bruckart

Rt. Rev. Dr. D. Wayne ’69 & Mrs.

Nancy Burkette

Busy Workers Society

Rev. Dr. Douglas W. ’69 & Mrs.

Barbara Brautigam Caldwell

Mr. Richard & Mrs. Evelyn Trodahl

Chynoweth

Rt. Rev. & Mrs. C. Hopeton Clennon

Rt. Rev. M. Blair Couch ’78 &

Mr. Warren Gericke

Mr. Charles D. Couch*

Rev. Dr. Frank L. Crouch ’80 &

Dr. Audrey West

Scott M. Best

Laura J. Bill

Jamie L. Booth

Catherine M. Bowman

Charlotte L. Bowsher

Tyler K. Boyer

Karen M. Brindisi

Nicholas J. Cacciutti

Grace Chehoud

Katie E. Custer

Jessica L. Cusumano

Nicole C. D’Alessio

Diana T. Del Valle

Rocco M. DiPoalo

Cristina A. Fabish

Ashley M. Feather

Nicholas M. Feo

Christina R. Fleck

Stephanie J. Frueh

Justine A. Ganz

Clifford W. Garr

Julia E. Gasdaska

John C. Gilbert

Jennifer M. Gillard

Timothy P. Guider

Courtney C. Hall

Andrea E. Heineman

CoLLEgE ALUMNI

40.

Thomas J. Hirsch

Laura E. James

Elyse M. Johansen

Calvin V. Jones

Elyse S. Jurgen

Nicholas W. Keysock

Valerie M. Korsak

Hope R. Kralik

Eric M. Kratz

Lauren M. Kuhns

Christina M. LaVecchia

Amanda M. Lee

Samantha A. Madison

Courtney K. Metz

Colleen A. Minnich

Jillian A. Mlynek

Mindy L. Muffley

Matthew G. Mutarelli

Travis C. Nace

Amy M. Neff

Michael J. Ossont

Marc A. Panepinto

Lindsay A. Pender

Ashley R. Pesaresi

Jennifer E. Peters

Alexandria K. Piper

Andrew J. Remsing

Jennifer C. Rizk

SEMINARY ALUMNI & FRIENDS

Mr. & Mrs. Carl A. Dull Jr.

Rev. Barry R. ’73 & Mrs. Kim Galley

Mr. Harold H. Jr. & Rev. Patricia F. ’98

Garner

Mr. & Mrs. Homer Graper

Ms. Sallie L. Greenfield

Estate of Blandina Griffith*

Mrs. Roy C. Haberkern

Mr. & Mrs. James A. Hancock Jr.

Mr. Carl J. Helmich Jr. ’57

Mr. & Mrs. J. Robert Hess

Home Moravian Church

Mrs. Priscilla Payne Hurd

Dr. & Mrs. Francis M. James III

Ms. Ellen Dalgaard Jensen

Rev. James L. 59 & Mrs. Edith T.

Johnson

Rev. R. Burke ’61 & Mrs. Eleanor F.

Johnson

Mr. Daniel Y. & Rev. Diane C. ’98

Joseph

Mr. & Mrs. C. Cassard Kaesemeyer

Larger Life Foundation

Mrs. Katherine Schwalbe Leinbach

Ms. Wilma A. Lewis

Estate of Carl Lilius*

Rev. Anna Deppen Lutz ’70

Rev. Dr. Henry E. Jr. ’63 &

Mrs. Bobbie May

Rev. Dr. William H. ’58 & Mrs. Carol

Sloan McElveen

Rev. Elizabeth D. Miller ’85

Estate of Evadne Mitchell*

Moravian Church, Northern Province

Moravian Church, Southern Province

Mr. William C. ’63 & Mrs. Sara B.

Needs

Mrs. Helen M. Richards ’03

Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Cedric S. Rodney

Dr. & Mrs. Ervin J. Rokke

Rev. Dr. David A. &

Dr. Doris Wood Schattschneider

Mr. Wayne C. ’61 & Mrs. Sandra

Shugart

Mrs. Evangeline B. Smith

Mr. & Mrs. George D. Smith

Mrs. Ruth H. Smith

Society for Promoting the Gospel

Rev. Dr. Gordon L. ’61 & Mrs. Susan

Sommers

Mrs. Barbara Martin Stout ’87

Rev. Gary M. ’66 & Mrs. D. Amelia

Straughan

Maggie Styers Missionary Chapter

President Christopher M. Thomforde

& Dr. Kathy G. Thomforde

Rev. Craig S. ’82 & Mrs. Anna

Troutman ’82

LeeAnna M. Roberts

Andrew L. Roth

Thomas T. Ruhf

Laura A. Sahlender

Anthony R. Sarno

Marissa L. Sharon

Scott G. Shelbo

Ryan A. Shelley

Jessica A. Shupp

Peter F. Slivka

Kristin M. Smith

Emily R. Starner

Jamie Stefanelli

Samantha A. Stens

Suzanne K. Tamlyn

Lisa S. Toth

Michael C. Walp

Colin L. Welles

Benjamin G. West

Alison L. Whalen

Stephanie J. Widger

Jill M. Woodbury

Tyler S. Worman

Kristen E. Zacheis

Brittany L. Zebrowski

Christine M. Zebrowski

Blair Zickmund

Mr. & Mrs. Charles S. Turner

Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Walter H. Wagner

Mr. & Mrs. Peter C. Wolle

Mr. Thomas & Rev. Dr. Janice ’82 ’91

Young

Mr. V. Barry & Mrs. Louise H. ’90

Young

SEMINARY DoNoRS

Rev. Lorenz W. Adam ’52

Air Products & Chemicals Inc.

Rev. Sara Moran Aker ’86

Rev. Matthew W. Allen ’98

Rev. Walser H. Allen Jr. ’51

Mrs. Janet Outten Amos

Rev. Jason O. Andersen ’03

Rev. Olaf Eric A. Andersen ’67

Rev. Dr. Deborah A. Appler

Rev. Robert G. Aregood ’88

Rev. Dr. Glenn H. & Rev. Connie

Feltenberger ’94 Asquith

Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Bade

Mr. & Mrs. Charles S. Baldwin III

Rev. W. John Baletka ’51

Mr. Michael W. Barnett ’03

Mr. Jeffrey V. Bauer ’07

Rev. Philip E. Bauguess ’75

Ms. Fredericka W. Beauchard ’06

Rev. Hartmut Beck ’50

Mr. Gary Becker ’05


Rev. Dr. Becky J. Beckwith ’97

Mrs. Wilbur Behrend

Rev. Jane A. Bender ’97

Rev. Bradley L. Bennett ’84

Rev. David E. Bennett ’88

Rev. Allen L. Bergmann ’68

Mr. & Mrs. David Berrier

Bethania Moravian Church

Dr. Helmut Bintz ’53

Rev. Leon G. Bird ’78

Rev. Walter C. Bishop ’05

Mr. James O. Blanton III ’59

Mr. Charles B. Bledsoe ’63

Mrs. Helen H. Blum

Rev. Lois L. Bly ’89

Rev. Erwin E. Boettcher ’52

Rev. Dr. Elaine Fenstermacher

Bogert ’79, ’82

Rev. Canon Doris S. Bray ’80

Rev. Karl F. Bregenzer ’48

Ms. Patricia DeFreitas Brekne ’07

Rev. Richard L. ’82 & Mrs. Jill

Boettcher Bruckart

Miss Darlene Bucher

Ms. Jane Frankenfield Burcaw

Dr. Robert T. & Rev. Dorothy

Osterhout ’85, ’91 Burcaw

Rev. Q. Ray Burke III ’77

Rev. David R. Burkette ’57

Mr. John F. Butner

Rev. Jeffrey J. Butz ’94

Mr. & Mrs. Ben M. Cahill Jr.

Dr. Ronald R. Cavanagh ’63

Mr. & Mrs. R. Franklin Chitty Jr.

Rev. John D. Christman ’70

Dr. Joseph R. Chuk ’84

Mr. & Mrs. Edwin F. Coble

Dalton P. Coe, D.D.S. ’91

Mr. Richard G. Conant ’04

Ms. Julie Noyes Cook ’87

Mrs. Paul Couch Sr.

Rev. Dr. Howard H. Cox

Rev. Sandra Kay Crase ’02

Rev. Rebecca D. Craver ’07

Rev. Steve E. Craver ’77

Mr. & Mrs. Frank W. Crouch

Mr. Keith & Rev. Carol Packer ’90

Dague

Rev. Kenneth V. Daniel ’89

Rev. David D. Danneberger ’75

Rev. Canon Virginia Rex Day ’93

Mr. & Mrs. John W. Denham

Mr. David Devey

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Dewees

Mr. Donald N. Diehl*

Rev. Brian R. Dixon ’05

Rev. J. Michael Dowd ’71

Rev. Samuel ’93 & Mrs. Alvina ’93

Downs

Rev. Wilfred L. Dreger ’45

Rev. Otto Dreydoppel, Jr.

Mr. Frank E. Driscoll

Ms. Susan L. Dupree ’98

Mr. Dean A. Easton ’05

*Deceased

SEMINARY ALUMNI & FRIENDS

Rev. Ian D. S. ’04 & Dr. Eileen Steele

’05 Edwards

Rev. Charles W. Eichman ’51

Mr. Gregory Ellis ’07

Rev. Robert F. Engelbrecht ’56

Miss Phyllis Ann Epperson

Rev. Dr. Donald C. Esslinger ’82

Rev. Gerald C. Fett ’74

Rev. Charles W. Fishel ’63

Rev. Wolfram Fliegel ’56

Rev. Terry L. Folk ’78

Rev. Carol A. Foltz ’78

Mr. Rollin B. Foster

Rev. Dr. Albert H. ’71 & Mrs. Erdmute

’03 Frank

Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert L. Frank

Rt. Rev. Dr. Arthur J. Freeman Jr. ’52

Rev. Derek A. French ’95

Mr. & Mrs. W. Melvin Fulp

Rev. Donald E. Fulton ’53

Ms. Ginny Gemmel ’07

Ms. Deborah S. German

Ms. Ann C. Gibson

Rev. J. Christian Giesler ’86

Rev. John H. Giesler ’58

Rev. James L. Gill ’89

Rev. Stephen A. Gohdes ’86

Rev. Dr. Amy Gohdes-Luhman ’93

Mr. James A. Gold

Mr. James E. Gold

Rt. Rev. Paul A. ’64 & Mrs. E. Jane

Albrecht Graf

Mr. & Mrs. William F. Graham Jr.

Rev. William E. Gramley ’62

Mr. Howard Gray

Rev. Sayward E. Green ’06

Rev. W. Norwood Green ’52

Rev. Roger E. Griffith Sr. ’97

Rev. John D. Groblewski ’90

Mr. & Mrs. Cromer R. Grubbs Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Willard Grunow

Rev. Steven Hamilton ’07

Rev. Mary Ann Hamm ’05

Rev. Dr. Gene E. Handwerk ’77, ’82

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Hanson

Mr. Charles T. Harberg ’67

Rev. Jane Keogh Harberg ’92

Mrs. Elsie J. Harberg*

Mrs. Beatrice Harke

Rev. Keith K. Harke ’99

Rev. Dr. Willard R. Harstine ’62, ’86

Rev. Milton Hartenstine ’71

Dr. A. Peter ’59 & Mrs. Joan

Schnable Haupert

Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. Henderson

Rt. Rev. Percival R. Henkelman ’51

Mr. Brian G. Henkelmann ’83

Rev. David M. Henkelmann ’57

Rev. Marvin R. Henkelmann ’53

Ms. Therese M. Hero ’95

Rev. Mark V. Herr ’79

Rev. Reeder Herrick ’03

Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Hertzog

Rev. M. Jane Newburgh Hess ’86

Rev. Dr. James S. Hilander ’51

41.

SEMINARY FINANCES

The Seminary remained financially healthy in the 2006-

2007 fiscal year. Net tuition revenue decreased slightly

due to an increase in funded financial aid and operating

expenses were essentially flat. The Seminary was the recipient

of a significant estate gift during the year, pushing

total gifts to a record level of $4.1 million. The Seminary

portion of the endowment provided $838,000 in support

for Seminary operations, scholarships, and facilities. As

of June 30, 2007, the Seminary portion of the endowment

was $20 million.

A.

B.

C.

D.

A.

B.

C.

D.

SEMINARY REVENUE

IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS

A. NET TUITION & FEES 534

B. INVEST. INC. 2,421

C. AUXILLIARIES 208

D. GIFTS & GRANTS 4,081

SEMINARY EXPENDITURES

IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS

7,244

2,145

A. ACADEMIC SUPPORT &

RESIDENT INSTRUCTION 1,025

B. STUDENT SERVICES 191

C. INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT 780

D. AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 149


Ms. Diana Hill ’93

Mr. & Mrs. C. Graham Hodnett Jr.

Rev. Deborah A. Hoffman ’07

Home Moravian Women’s Fellowship

Ms. Kelly Howard ’05

Ms. Margaret Bassett Hubbard ’07

Ms. Frances L. Huetter ’58

Rt. Rev. Dr. James C. Hughes ’47

Mr. Donald Hullenbaugh ’07

Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Hunter

Mrs. F. Robert Huth

Mr. David J. Hutnick ’96

Rt. Rev. Robert A. Iobst ’39

Rev. Dr. Everett C. Isaacs ’85

Rev. John P. Jackman ’82

Mr. Earl Jackson

Mr. Darryl S. Jeffries ’69

Dr. Andrew H. Johanson

Revs. Darrell F. ’88 & Christine

Sobania ’88 Johnson

Rev. Melissa Hertzog Johnson ’01

Rev. Franklin C. Jones ’65

Rev. Ray K. Joseph ’67

Mrs. D. Jane Joyce ’93

Mrs. Genoise S. Judd

Rev. Lawrence T. Junek ’73

Rev. Glenn F. Jurek ’64

Rev. Dean R. ’81 & Mrs. Elizabeth

Graybill Jurgen

Rev. John H. Kapp ’41

Mr. & Mrs. M. Keith Kapp

Rev. Dianne Murray Kareha ’93, ’97

Mrs. Denise S. Katsaros ’93, ’97

Rev. Gail H. Kees ’86

Rev. Brian R. Kent ’64

Rev. William B. Kerner ’62

Rev. Andrew D. Kilps ’07

Rev. Roger W. ’60 & Mrs. Mitzie

Pennington Kimball

Rt. Rev. Douglas H. Kleintop ’75

Rev. James L. Knappenberger ’77

Ms. Bertie Francis Knisely

Rev. Judy M. Knopf

Rev. Richard W. Kohl ’60

Mr. Gregory A. Krausz ’02

Mr. & Mrs. Steven Krawiec

Mr. Michael Krentz

Mrs. Dorothy C. Kuhfahl

Mrs. Anne Landreth

Rev. Roy E. A. Ledbetter ’74

Lehigh Valley Hospital

Rev. Barry A. Lehman ’75

Rev. Margaret K. Leinbach

Rev. Allen A. Lenius ’51

Rev. Linda More Lennon ’98

Rev. James W. Levan ’85

Rev. Henry A. Lewis ’42

Mr. & Mrs. R. Mark Liebenow

Dr. & Mrs. Roland R. Liebenow

Rev. C. Jerome Livengood ’65 &

Mr. James E. Flynt

Rt. Rev. Dr. Milo A. Loppnow ’40

Rev. Charles R. Lord ’75

Rev. Gary T. Marsh ’83

Rev. Dr. Samuel B. Marx ’42

Mrs. Sherry Mason Brown

Rev. Leon H. Matthias Sr.

Rev. Drs. William ’53 & Mary D. ’75,

’82 Matz

Rev. John T. McCarthy ’03

Ms. Nicole R. Melara ’06

Mr. Joseph R. Meranti ’04

Rev. David H. Merritt ’82

Rev. Revocatus H. Meza ’07

Rev. Richard E. Michel ’45

Lt. Col. & Mrs. William M. Milstead

Mrs. Katharine Westphal Monfils

Rev. Gordon B. Mowrer ’89, ’92

Mr. Donald L. Murphy ’99

Miss Mary Murphy

Mr. Henry G. Naisby Jr.

Rev. Jack T. Nance ’65

Mrs. Rose Eifert Nehring

Rev. Vernon H. Nelson ’58

Rev. Jimmie L. Newsom Sr. ’59, ’64

Rev. Jimmie L. Newsom Jr. ’75

Rev. James C. Newsome Jr. ’87

Rev. Dr. Stephen O. Nicholas Jr. ’67

Mrs. Anne Cramer Nourse ’04

Rev. Kenneth W. Nowack ’51

Rev. Frederick W. Oleck ’65

Mrs. Mary Ellen Binder Orben

Mrs. Lisa Orlich-Mixon

Rev. Charles Otto ’03

Mrs. William C. Park

Dr. Judith E. Parker

Rev. Catherine A. Parsons ’95

Rev. Helen R. Pearson ’93, ’97

Rev. Robert M. Peek Sr. ’99

Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Perryman

Ms. Jill Peters ’07

Mr. & Mrs. William H. Petree

Mr. & Mrs. Jim Pettit

Rev. Joyce H. Pfeiffer ’96

Rev. Gary A. Piatt ’83

Mrs. Mary L. Plummer ’04

Ms. Jami L. Possinger ’02

Rev. Norman E. Prochnau ’62

Mr. & Mrs. Gary Pruett

Ms. Verdiana D. Quinn

Mr. Douglas Rabbach

Estate of George K. Reed*

Rev. Carol A. Reifinger ’84

Mr. Richard P. Reinke

SEMINARY ALUMNI & FRIENDSSEMINARY

ALUMNI & FRIENDS

42.

Rev. Janel Rice ’05

Rev. Dawn R. Richie ’03

Rev. Robert M. Rierson ’64

Rev. Douglas C. Rights ’83

Rt. Rev. Graham H. Rights ’60

Rev. John D. Rights ’85

Rev. John G. Rights ’95

Theodore H. Rights, M.D. ’61

Rev. Tammie L. Rinker ’99

Rev. Dr. Kenneth W. ’51 & Mrs. Grace

Snavely Robinson

Mr. Tracy Robinson ’06

Dr. Edward A. & Mrs. Tracy Campbell

’89 Roeder

Mrs. Mary Jeane Moser Romer ’54

Rev. Canon Gwendolyn-Jane

Romeril ’81

Ms. Charlotte G. Rosenberger ’92

Rev. Alice A. Roth ’04

Rev. James V. Salzwedel ’61

Mr. Timothy G. Sapp ’06

Rt. Rev. Warren A. Sautebin ’45

Rt. Rev. Dr. Edwin A. Sawyer ’38

Rev. Dr. Robert E. Sawyer ’67

Rev. Marlin L. Schaffstall ’59

Rev. James A. Schultz ’75

Rev. Raymond E. Schultz ’45

Rev. Eric J. Schulze ’53

Rev. George R. Scilley ’58

Mrs. Karen Walters Scott ’91

Mrs. Lorraine Mumbauer Sell ’97

Rev. Frederick C. Seyfert Jr. ’62

Mrs. Kathryn Shamel

Rev. Dr. Richard I. Shamel ’54

Estate of Ralph S. Shay*

Rev. G. Thomas Shelton ’78

Rev. Joan A. Shelton ’79

Rev. Dr. Judy Schaeffer Kehler

Shirey ’84

Rev. William C. Sibert Jr. ’86

Rev. Richard L. Sides ’75

Ms. Jean H. Siftar

Rev. Dr. Stephen A. Simmons

Mr. Halfred C. Smith

Ms. Kathy Smith ’07

Rev. Robert H. Smith ’61

Rev. Paul A. Snider ’51

Rev. Judith U. Snyder ’91

Rev. David W. Sobek ’90

Mr. & Mrs. William Sobiesiak

Rev. Dr. Carl S. Southerland ’76

Rev. Maria Evola Spada ’89

Mr. Adam C. Spaugh

St. Paul’s Moravian Church Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Starbuck

Ms. Carol L. Steager ’90

Dr. Ann K. Stehney

Rev. Earl E. Stephan ’57

Rev. Rebecca Y. Stephens ’92

Rev. Robert T. Stevens ’94

Rev. Arkon G. Stewart ’90

Mr. Arthur F. Stocker

Mr. & Mrs. William Stocker

Estate of Jessie J. Stone*

Rev. Cheryl A. Stoneback ’04

Rev. Dr. Glen W. ’77 & Mrs. Lynn

Irwin Stoudt

Rev. Robert L. Strauss ’84

Rev. Arlene Byers Studer ’72

Rev. William E. Surber ’78

Rev. Lewis B. Swaim ’55

Rev. Robyn Grigonis Szoke ’87, ’89

Rev. Alan H. Taylor ’62

Rev. Richard J. Thierolf ’78

Rev. Llewellyn W. Thomas ’59

Bishop Stanley F. Thomas

Rev. Allen D. Timm ’92

Mrs. Michelle Litzenberger Trent

Mrs. Lynne D. Trout ’05

Rev. Raymond T. Troutman Jr. ’53

Twenty Minute Society of Central

Moravian Church

Rev. C. Scott Venable III ’79

Mr. George W. Verheyden Jr.

Harold & Elizabeth Vogler Fund

Rev. Dawn Gibson Volpe ’85

Dr. Edwin & Mrs. Emily B. ’94

Wallace

Rev. John B. Wallace ’84

Rev. Aden A. ’71 & Rt. Rev. Dr. Kay K.

’80 Ward

Rev. Bruce M. Weaknecht ’81

Rev. Terry W. ’76 & Mrs. Holley

Stewart Weavil

Rev. Christian D. Weber ’52

Cmdr. Wanda L. Weidman ’82

Rev. Dr. Mervin C. Weidner* ’40

Rev. Dr. William J. Weinland ’49

Rev. Dr. John Henry Weinlick ’68

Mrs. Pamela M. Weiss ’99

Rev. Margaret Braden Wellert ’99, ’00

Rev. Warren D. Wenger ’45

Rev. Donald A. Wenzel ’60

Rev. Carol L. West ’00

Rev. David L. Wickmann ’67

Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln Wickmann

Rev. Theodore E. Wilde ’61

Rev. Gwyned Williams ’60

Rev. R. Donald Winters ’85

Rev. Dr. Jerry L. Witbro ’64

Mr. Philip A. Woffindin ’97

Rev. Robert D. Wolfe ’90

Ms. Lori Young ’07

Ms. Linda S. Zawaski ’06

Rev. Stuart N. Zimmerman ’78


Present and Emeriti Members

of Moravian College and

Moravian Theological Seminary

Faculty and Staff

ChAIRMAN’S CIRCLE

Dr. Daniel R. Gilbert Sr.

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Mr. Dennis A. Domchek

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Rev. Dr. Frank L. Crouch ’80

Ms. H. Paty Eiffe

Dr. Ervin J. Rokke

David ’60 & Doris Wood

Schattschneider

Dr. Bettie Moretz Smolansky

President Christopher M. Thomforde

hERITAgE CLUb

Dr. James Tyler

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Mrs. Sabrina Zimpfer Boyd ’82

Mr. Peter A. Caputo

Dr. Herman E. Collier Jr.

Miss M. Lillian Davenport

Ms. Julie A. Del Giorno

Dr. George S. Diamond

Dr. Linda Heindel

Dr. Curtis A. Keim

Ms. Bertie Francis Knisely ’69

Mrs. Beverly Gaston Kochard ’73

Dr. Eva Leeds

Dr. Janet S. Loengard

Dr. Roger H. Martin

Mrs. Carol Ann Modjadidi

Mr. Joseph L. Powlette ’60

Mr. Mark F. Reed

Ms. Anne Myers Reid

Dr. G. Alden Sears

Mr. Robert H. Smith ’74

Mr. Bernard J. Story ’80

Rev. Dr. Walter H. Wagner

MoNoCACY CLUb

Rev. Dr. Deborah A. Appler

Ms. Dawn M. Ketterman Benner

Mr. Mark R. Bentz ’07

Dr. Hilde Binford

Dr. Robert T. Burcaw ’51

Mr. Jon B. Conrad ’82

Mr. Scot J. Dapp

Rev. Otto Dreydoppel ’74

Ms. Anne Dutlinger

Drs. Dennis & Dorothy Glew

Dr. Brett Godbout

Mr. James A. Gold ’98

Dr. Florence C. Kimball

Dr. William A. Kleintop

Dr. Karen D. Kurvink

*Deceased

Mr. Edward E. Little

Dr. John W. McDermott

Ms. Marty J. Moyle

Miss Johanna Ott

Mr. Douglas J. Plotts

Dr. Kay B. Somers

Dr. Ann K. Stehney

Dr. Lori J. Toedter

Dr. Peter von Allmen

Mr. James R. Walker

Mrs. Pamela M. Weiss ’99

Mr. Joseph E. Williams ’70

Mr. Michael P. Wilson

Mrs. Susan Overath Woolley

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Mr. Harold C. Anderson

Mr. James E. Barnes

Mrs. Rita J. Berk

Mrs. Lisa Gianotti Brand

Dr. Robert T. Brill

Dr. Carole K. Brown

Mrs. Dawn L. Buck

Ms. Jane Frankenfield Burcaw ’79

Mr. John C. Byrne ’82

Dr. G. Clarke Chapman

Ms. Nancy E. Clark

Mr. Stephen G. Corbesero

Rev. Dr. Howard H. Cox

Rev. Dr. Albert H. Frank ’67

Rt. Rev. Dr. Arthur J. Freeman Jr. ’52

Dr. Joseph J. Gerencher

Mrs. Mary Margaret Magyar

Gross ’72

Dr. Ruth Roberts Hailperin

Mrs. Patricia Murray Hanna ’82

Rev. Dr. Willard R. Harstine ’62

Mr. Alan G. Heverly ’96

Rev. Dr. James S. Hilander ’48

Ms. Mary Anne B. Hoffman

Rev. Melissa Hertzog Johnson ’95

Dr. Frank T. Kuserk

Ms. Linda Hulse LaPointe ’93

Rev. Dr. William W. Matz ’50

Dr. Joanne M. McKeown

Mrs. Carol J. Meixell

Ms. Erika Bayles Mondok ’90

Mr. Paul R. Moyer

Dr. Gary L. Olson

Dr. Jack R. Ramsey

Ms. Suzanne Marie Schamberger

Mr. Kurt W. Schreefer

Dr. Fred B. Schultheis ’77

Rev. Dr. Glen W. Stoudt ’73

Mr. Sean Tallarico

Dr. Carol A. Traupman-Carr ’86

Dr. Joel D. Wingard

FACULTY & STAFF

43.

Dr. Stacey B. Zaremba

Mr. Robert F. Zerfass ’65

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Dr. Mary E. Arenas

Rev. David E. Bennett ’88

Dr. George D. Brower

Mrs. Frances Tallarico Buragino ’46

Mr. James W. Caskey

Mrs. Bonnie Jean Falla

Rt. Rev. Dr. Arthur J. Freeman Jr. ’52

Ms. Ann C. Gibson

Mrs. Deborah J. Hinkel

Dr. Joyce A. Hinnefeld

Rt. Rev. Douglas H. Kleintop ’71

Dr. Kelly K. Krieble ’86

Dr. David L. Langhus

Mr. Mayo W. Lanning

Dr. R. Daniel Libby

Mr. James P. Mackin

Dr. Albert H. Martin

Rev. Dr. William W. Matz ’50

Mr. Thomas J. Mondschein ’07

Dr. Martha Reid

Dr. Edward A. Roeder

Mr. John D. Rossi III ’97

Ms. Jane C. Schaffer

Dr. Alicia N. Sevilla

Dr. Joseph M. Shosh ’88

Dr. James V. Skalnik

Dr. Donald P. St. John

Dr. Paige T. Thompson

Ms. Phyllis V. Walsh

Miss Debra A. Williamson

gREYhoUND CLUb

Ms. Anisa Kocher Albertson

Rev. Dr. Glenn H. Asquith

Mr. William F. Bauman ’74

Mrs. Barbara L. Bedics

Mr. James W. Beers ’89

Mrs. Judith A. Behum

Dr. John R. Black

Mrs. Jill Boettcher Bruckart ’77

Mrs. Kathleen Krizan Burkert

Dr. Kerry H. Cheever

Mr. Richard J. Claussen

Mrs. Ann McKittrick Claussen ’74

Mr. Keith M. Dague

Dr. John R. Dilendik

Dr. Theresa A. Dougal

Mrs. Linda J. Doyle

Ms. Sylvia Muller Doyle

Dr. Dana S. Dunn

Mrs. Theresa C. Eddinger

Mrs. Diane C. Ferry

Dr. Lisa C. Fischler

Mr. Terence J. Fitzpatrick

Mr. Mark J. Fleming

Mrs. Geri G. Flores

Dr. Sandra E. Fluck

Mrs. Sandra Newgarde Giordano

Mrs. Regina Liberto Gower

Miss JoAnn M. Grandi

Ms. Eileen J. Grasso

Dr. James S. Green

Ms. Susan L. Herschlag

Mr. Warren M. Hilton

Dr. Diane W. Husic

Ms. Christie J. Jacobsen ’00

Dr. Andrew H. Johanson

Mrs. Pamela G. Kalapay

Mr. Kenneth K. Kalapay

Dr. Ronald J. Kline

Mr. Michael Krentz

Dr. Astrid B. Kromayer

Dr. Paul S. Larson

Mr. Jeffrey Michael Lawson

Dr. Heikki E. Lempa

Dr. Larry A. Lipkis

Mr. John Makuvek Jr.

Dr. Santo D. Marabella

Dr. Robert H. Mayer

Mrs. Colby Beck McCarthy ’92

Mr. Stephen McKinney

Ms. Beverly Miller Morgan ’72

Mrs. Susan Sikora O’Hare ’74

Mrs. Miguelina Ortiz

Ms. Rose Panik

Dr. Judith E. Parker

Ms. Barbara Parry

Mr. Armand David Patino

Ms. Verdiana D. Quinn ’98

Mrs. Christine Germuga Rander ’89

Dr. Katherine A. Restuccia

Dr. John V. Reynolds

Ms. Bonnie L. Salter ’04

Ms. Martha K. Schrempel

Mrs. Mary S. Sek

Mrs. Karen A. Sienicki

Rev. Dr. Stephen A. Simmons

Mrs. Amy Croll Souders ’97

Ms. Mary Beth A. Spirk

Ms. Candi L. Stoudt

Mr. Robert J. Ward

Mr. Neil Wetzel

Dr. Robert R. Windolph

Dr. Hans M. Wuerth

Dr. Charlotte Rappe Zales

Dr. Paula Ring Zerkle

Ms. Penni L. Zimmerman


Current and Past Parents and

Grandparents of Moravian Students

ChAIRMAN’S CIRCLE

Dr. & Mrs. Daniel R. Gilbert Sr.

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fox

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Ray S. Jr. ’81 & Teri McCandless ’81

Bishop

Is the Prince Charming

OVER THE LONG RUN?

Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Durso

Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Freedman

Mrs. Margaret Taylor

Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Weller

hERITAgE CLUb

Mr. & Mrs. Jan L. Blom

Mrs. Barbara Reimers

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Mr. & Mrs. J. Richard Beltram

Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Bisci

Roy F. ’82 & Sabrina Zimpfer ’82

Boyd

Geoffrey D. ’72 & Debbie Davis

Dr. Don C. Follmer

Jan Gollins ’72 and Dana Gollins

Mark J. & Candy Barr ’79 Heimbach

Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Kiel

Mrs. Sherry K. Larson-Reese

Ms. Deborah McCullough

Mrs. Doreen H. Paynton

Mr. & Mrs. John A. Post

Mr. & Mrs. M. Eugene Speni

Bernard J. ’80 & Margaret B. Story

Mrs. Ida E. Vasily

MoNoCACY CLUb

Mr. & Mrs. Michael G. Agnew

Ms. Cheryl A. Baker ’83

Mr. & Mrs. Tomas J. Bamberger

Mr. & Mrs. Michael K. Berlin

Mr. & Mrs. John C. Bray

Mr. & Mrs. Gary F. Danni

Otto ’74 & Susan Lenius ’74

Dreydoppel

Mr. Robert J. Fulmer

Mr. & Mrs. James A. Gallagher

Mr. & Mrs. L. Thomas Hornberger

Mrs. Elizabeth Kidd Jenny

Mr. James T. Long Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. William Mack

Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Maher

Mr. Donald J. Maxwell

Mr. & Mrs. William H. Messler

Dr. & Mrs. Antonio Panebianco

Mr. & Mrs. Steven W. Ross

Mr. William C. Rue

Mr. & Mrs. William E. Styer Jr.

Robert E. ’78 & Gale Ternosky

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Mr. Harold C. Anderson

Mr. & Mrs. William C. Bisci

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Blenk

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Brower

Mr. & Mrs. John C. Byrne

Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Cianfichi

Mr. & Mrs. James W. Clark Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Kevin L. Clayton

Ms. Mary T. Dougherty

Mrs. Grace Wilkinson Dunkley

Mr. & Mrs. Richard S. Goehringer

Mr. & Mrs. John R. Goodbred

Mr. & Mrs. John Heim

Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth D. Kastle

Ms. Kim Kliewer

Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Kline

Mr. & Mrs. Stanley A. Koza

Richard A. Jr. ’78 & Marilyn A. Leiby

Mrs. Carol J. Meixell

PARENTS & gRANDPARENTS

44.

Like most of her peers—and myriad generations before

her—K ristin Smith ’ 0 7 made frequent excursions

into fantasy land in her childhood. One of the features of

this imaginary garden was the fairy tale, the kind of story that

spawned romance and heroism.

For her sociology Honors project, directed by assistant professor

Daniel Jasper, she drew upon her lingering fascination with these

stories to study the impact they had on today’s college students.

So she designed an experiment, using three of Disney’s most

popular animated films, to explore the effect of such tales among

Moravian students.

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Micklos Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Mark F. Miller

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Pagano

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Podiak

Mr. & Mrs. Alan A. Raab

Mr. & Mrs. Bernard J. Rafferty

Atty. & Mrs. George H. Romania

Mr. & Mrs. David M. Setley

Mr. Robert G. Shelton

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Sierra

Mr. Leonard R. Simpson

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. Starner

Mrs. Helen P. Strunk

Mr. & Mrs. James Swartz Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Vincent D. Vaccaro

Mr. & Mrs. John Westermann

Dr. & Mrs. John E. Widger

Mr. & Mrs. Cary M. Wilson

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Kent Ziegler

Stuart N. ’78 & Martha Hughes ’78

Zimmerman

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Dr. & Mrs. John W. Adamus

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel E. Bieniek

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth C. Black

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Bortz

Mr. & Mrs. J. Vincent Byrne

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph R. Centurrino

Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Chomo

Mr. & Mrs. Russel E. Cole

Mr. & Mrs. Fred E. Cook

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel R. Corey

Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Endler

Mr. & Mrs. Fred R. England

Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. Flood

Rev. Terry L. Folk ’78

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick P. Fulton

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Grezlak

Mr. & Mrs. Gerard W. Hess

Mr. & Mrs. David J. Hinkel

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Kranchalk

Mr. & Mrs. David Larson

Mr. & Mrs. Chester R. Lehmann

Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Mangieri Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Roger Mayer

Dr. & Mrs. Ray A. Moyer

Mr. & Mrs. Glenn B. Murray

Mr. & Mrs. Peter Narmita

Mr. & Mrs. Charles V. Osborne Jr.

William E. ’76 & Karen W. Savoth

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Schade

Mr. & Mrs. John R. Sini

Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Spirk

Mr. Claude D. Wagner

Mr. & Mrs. Gregory A. Wait

John B. ’84 & Cheryl B. Wallace

Mr. & Mrs. Dale Wertman

Mr. & Mrs. H. William Westerman

Dr. & Mrs. Francis H. Williamson

Mr. & Mrs. Mark C. Zacheis

gREYhoUND CLUb

Mr. & Mrs. David J. Adamski

Mr. & Mrs. John C. Agnew

Mr. & Mrs. Louis T. Alexander

Mr. & Mrs. John A. Alogna

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Altemose

Mrs. Janice L. Andersen

Mr. & Mrs. Mauro P. Andreula

Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Antonaccio

Ms. Terry Troiani Aprea

Mr. & Mrs. Williams S. Aquilino

Ms. Diane J. Aquilino

Dr. & Mrs. Mohammad I. Arastu

Mr. & Mrs. John W. Augustus

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Avona

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Baal

Mr. & Mrs. Harry Baranchok

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Barbadora


Kristin showed small clusters of students, 52 in all, one of

the three selections—The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, and Beauty and

the Beast—and asked them to discuss how these tales may have

influenced the students’ expectations of life and love.

Her results showed that the fairy tales had indeed left an

impression that had been altered by hard realities. The fairy-

tale messages of idyllic love, pristine endings, and triumphant

goodness were now viewed with much skepticism by many

students who had been raised during increasing marital breakups,

job insecurity, and the moral ambiguities of war. “Everyone

knows,” Kristin said of the fantasy world depicted in the movies,

“that it’s not how things work.”

Ms. Cynthia I. Barbarics

Mr. & Mrs. John Barras

Mr. & Mrs. Francis Barron

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Barrovecchio

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Basso

Mr. & Mrs. George Bauer

Mrs. Beverly Baxter

Mr. & Mrs. James J. Beck

Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Becker

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Becker

Mr. & Mrs. Howard Bedell

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth C. Beers Jr.

Mrs. Calmer D. Beeson

Mr. & Mrs. George Benas

Mr. & Mrs. Dale F. Benner

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Bennett

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Benonis

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur P. Benson

Mr. & Mrs. Mark D. Benson

Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Berger

Mr. & Mrs. Mario Bertani

Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Best

Mr. & Mrs. William F. Beyhl Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence J. Bezdziecki

Mr. & Mrs. Mark B. Biery

Mr. Clarence H. Biggs

Mr. & Mrs. Michael S. Birosik

Ms. Patricia Bisci

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Black

Ms. Kimberly Blatt

Mr. & Mrs. Michael W. Bobick

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Bodine

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Bodine

Ms. Maria Bodkin

Mr. & Mrs. Jeffery L. Borger

Ms. Betty Boyer

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Boyle

Mrs. Eleanor Braun

Mrs. John Brennan*

*Deceased

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Brice

Mr. & Mrs. Carey Brinckman

Mr. & Mrs. Donald R. Brotzman

Mr. & Mrs. Floyd Brown

Richard L. ’79, ’82 & Jill Boettcher ’77

Bruckart

Mr. & Mrs. Lucius Buckman

Ms. Gail Young Bundra

Ms. Mary E. Burke

Mrs. Kathleen Krizan Burkert

Mr. & Mrs. James B. Burkholder

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph F. Bush

Mr. & Mrs. William S. Buzdygon

Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Byorek

Drs. Paul & Ramona Cahiwat

Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Campbell

Mr. & Mrs. John Carey III

Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas R. Carnevale

Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Carr

Dr. Barbara A. Caruso

Mr. & Mrs. Philip Castagna

Mr. & Mrs. John Cave

Mr. Michael J. Cavoto

Mr. & Mrs. Samuel F. Champi

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Chando

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Chase

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Chaykin

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Cimino

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Ciocci

Mr. & Mrs. Ike Cittone

Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Clauss

Mr. & Mrs. Walter R. Coats

Mr. & Mrs. Larry Cohen

Ms. Gwendolyn A. Colegrove

Mrs Maria D. Collette

Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Condomitti

Ms. Jacquelyn L. Connelly

Mr. & Mrs. Steven Cooke

Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Cooper

PARENTS & gRANDPARENTS

45.

End of story? Decidedly not. The other conclusion Kristin

drew is that in spite of doubtful attitudes these memorable

stories had a positive effect. Though shorn of much of their

magical powers, the fairy tales remain an important leaven and

a source of hope. They may be unrealistic but there remains

something real about them worth holding. Based on her findings,

Kristin believes the tales do help prevent further collapse into

negativity. They act as a modest buffer.

Kristin summed up the paradox by linking two insights. As

real depictions of life, she said, “the students ripped the movies

to shreds.” At the same time, she added, “to a person they’d

show them to their kids.”

Mr. & Mrs. Larry C. Corrow

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Costantino

Mr. & Mrs. Francis J. Craig

Mr. & Mrs. John A. Crawford

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Crescente

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Csencsits

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Cusack

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Czarnecki

Ms. Yvonne Klingel Dailey

Mr. & Mrs. Michael P. D’Alessio

Mr. & Mrs. John H. Dalton

Ms. Norma Darragh

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel L. Davenport

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Deacon

Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. DeBonis

Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Del Rossi

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel J. DeLio

Mr. Stephen A. Dellaquilla

Mr. & Mrs. Ben Dello Buono

Mr. & Mrs. Stuart Dencker

Mr. & Mrs. Charles DePuy

Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Devine

Mr. & Mrs. S. Matthew Devine

Mr. & Mrs. Scott T. Diehl

Mr. & Mrs. Dennis A. Diorio

Mr. & Mrs. Michael M. Ditchko Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Domin

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Dornblaser

Mr. Richard Dotta

Ms. Barbara Dotter

Mr. Michael Dougherty Sr.

Mr. & Mrs. Martin J. Downer

Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Drey

Ms. Kimberly Drey

Mr. & Mrs. Wayne F. Dries

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas V. DuBois

Mr. & Mrs. Michael C. Eddinger

Mr. & Mrs. Carl W. Edinger

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Edleman

Mr. & Mrs. Keith W. Edsall

Mr. & Mrs. John F. Eisenhart

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Ervin

Mr. & Mrs. Ben E. Evans

Mrs. Jane Evans

Mr. & Mrs. Alphonse N. Falco Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Donald A. Fast

Ms. Constance B. Fegley

Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan J. Feinstein

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Ferguson

Mr. & Mrs. William Ferry

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Festa

Mr. & Mrs. Barry Fillman

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Fischbach

Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Fisk

Mrs. Lynn P. Fitzpatrick

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy B. Flavelle

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fleck

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel T. Foran

Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Frack

Mr. William J. Fraind

Mr. & Mrs. Bruce J. Freidly

Mr. & Mrs. Steve Friedman

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Fydryszewski

Mrs. George H. Gaffen

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony G. Gambrino

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Garofalo

Mr. & Mrs. Clifford W. Garr

Mrs. Sharon Lutsey Gary

Mrs. Janet R. Gatski

Mr. & Mrs. George Geisinger

Mr. & Mrs. Eric C. Gellerman

Mrs. Barbara Genetti

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gerbino Jr.

Ms. Ilona Gerhauser

Dr. & Mrs. Amin Ghali

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Gibbons

J. Christian ’83, ’86 & Christina

Schoeller ’84 Giesler


Karl D. ’80 & Catherine Gilbert

Mr. & Mrs. Clair Ginder

Mr. & Mrs. David D. Gonzalez

Mr. & Mrs. John Gorcsan Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Ricky Gower

Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Graeff

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Grando

Ms. Eileen J. Grasso

Mr. Samuel F. Grauer

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Graziano

Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Greenleaf

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Greeno

Ms. Tracy L. Griffith

Mr. & Mrs. J Kelly Grike

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Grimes

Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Grom

Mr. & Mrs. Scott R. Gunsel

Mr. & Mrs. Barry M. Guptill

Mr. & Mrs. William Haggerty

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Hahn

Mr. & Mrs. John W. Halstead

Mr. & Mrs. James R. Hardin

Mr. & Mrs. Dennis G. Harpel

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth L. Harryn Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. William E. Hartman

Mr. & Mrs. Gary Hawzen

Mr. Francis Haynie

Mr. & Mrs. Theodore S. Haynie

Mr. Craig Heller

Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Hendershot

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Henly

Mr. & Mrs. John A. Heusser

Mr. & Mrs. William Hewlett

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel E. Heydt

Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Higgins

Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Higgins

Ms. Sylvia Hill

Mr. & Mrs. John W. Hobaugh

Mr. & Mrs. David Hoffman

Mr. Harris Hoke Sr.

Mr. & Mrs. Rupert Holmes

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth J. Hopper

Mr. & Mrs. John Raymond Howard

Mr. & Mrs. Tim Huelsman

Mr. & Mrs. Gary J. Hummel

Mrs. Kathleen Hungerford

Mrs. Mary M. Hurajt-Dunlap

Mr. & Mrs. John A. Huster

Mr. & Mrs. Charles C. Iannetta Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Imhof

Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey J. Jablon

Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Jacobsen

Mr. & Mrs. Matthew E. Jaffe

Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence James

Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. James

Ms. Ellen M. Jennings

Mr. & Mrs. Russell P. Johnson

Ms. Ricky L. Johnson

Mrs. Barbara M. Jones

Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Jones III

Ms. Dolores Kachel

Mr. & Mrs. Peter T. Kahle

Mr. & Mrs. Edward T. Kalish

Mr. & Mrs. Mark J. Kane

Mr. & Mrs. Roy Kaptein

Mr. & Mrs. Glenn E. Kaucher

Dr. & Mrs. David Kemp

Mr. & Mrs. William E. Kenlin

Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Kergick

Mr. & Mrs. Wallace Kern

Mr. & Mrs. William S. Keysock

Mr. & Mrs. Dale Kichline

Ms. Evelyn M. Kieser

Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Kish

Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Klaus

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel S. Kleintop

Dr. Ronald J. Kline

Mrs. Joanne E. Klo

Mr. & Mrs. William P. Klokis

Mr. & Mrs. Martin J. Koch

Mr. & Mrs. Donald A. Kolacki

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kolen

Mr. & Mrs. John Koller

Mrs. Susan Kopp

Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Koralewski

Mr. & Mrs. Karl D. Korsak

Mr. & Mrs. James A. Kosch

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Kost

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony E. Kotarski

Mr. Perry G. Kramer

Mr. Adrian Q. Kramer

Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Krauss

Mr. & Mrs. Harrison M. Kresley

Mr. & Mrs. Karl Kreutzer

Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Kriner Jr.

Dr. Astrid B. Kromayer

Mr. & Mrs. Alexander P. Kubat

Mrs. Betty Kuklentz Doyle

Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Kulak

Mr. & Mrs. Francis J. Kulak

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Kulp

Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Kurowski

Ms. Liza Lam

Mr. & Mrs. Michael T. Lambariello

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Lang

Mr. & Mrs. Antoine Latour

Mr. & Mrs. Carl P. LaVo Jr.

Mr. Stanley G. Lavoie

Mr. & Mrs. Gerard J. Lawrence

Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Leavy

Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. LeFante

Dr. Gerald S. Lefever

Mr. & Mrs. John Leland

Mr. & Mrs. Clifford B. LePage Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Scot A. Lovejoy

Dr. & Mrs. Christopher Lucca

Mr. & Mrs. Richard G. Lutz

Mrs. Lecie G. Machell

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony J. Maglione

Mr. & Mrs. John Maier

Mr. & Mrs. John Makuvek Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen D. Mangino

Ms. Janice B. Marburger

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond F. Mariotti

Ms. Sherry M. Martin

Mrs. Audrey K. Martin

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. Martin

Ms. Angelina Martin

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Marx

Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Maslowski

PARENTS & gRANDPARENTS

46.

Rev. Leon H. Matthias Sr.

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Mazurek

Mr. & Mrs. William M. McCain

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. McCarthy

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. McDonald

Mr. & Mrs. Martin McEnrue

Mr. & Mrs. Martin J. McGowan

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. McGowan

Mr. & Mrs. James W. McGuire

Mr. & Mrs. John J. McGurrin

Ms. Fay F. McKonly

Mrs. Judith K. Mehl

Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Messler

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Michalczyk

Mr. & Mrs. John K. Middlecamp

Mr. & Mrs. John F. Mikovits

Mr. & Mrs. Leon Miksiewicz

Mr. & Mrs. Rocco F. Milano

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald J. Milisits

Mr. & Mrs. Lewis K. Miller ’70

Mr. & Mrs. Dennis C. Miller

Mr. & Mrs. James E. Miller

Mr. & Mrs. James M. Miller

Mr. & Mrs. Ted Miller

Mr. & Mrs. Neal G. Miller

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Minarovic

Mrs. Susan A. Mingione

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph B. Mizack

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Molchany

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Moore

Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Morrison Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Jack Morrison

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Morse

Ms. Bessie Mosellie

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Mosher

Mr. & Mrs. George Mosollie

Ms. Martha M. Moyer

Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Mudd

Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Q. Muffley

Mr. & Mrs. William Murnin

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony G. Mutarelli

Mr. & Mrs. H. Hudson Myers Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Gary O. Nace

Mr. & Mrs. Lewis S. Needham

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Neiper

Ms. Cheryl K. Nelson

Mr. & Mrs. Steven Nesbit

Mr. & Mrs. Keith D. Newhard

Mr. & Mrs. Barry Newswanger

Ms. Theresa L. Nieves

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Nimmo

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Novatnack

Mr. & Mrs. James O’Connor

Ms. Joan O’Donnell

Mr. & Mrs. Peter R. O’Halloran

Bernard V. III ’74 & Susan Sikora ’74

O’Hare

Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Ordog Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Kevin D. O’Rorke

Mr. & Mrs. John H. Otis

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Owens

Mr. & Mrs. Michael S. Pagano

Ms. Elizabeth Pajak

Mr. & Mrs. Marc J. Panepinto

Mr. & Mrs. Desmond Parker

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Patchcoski

Mr. & Mrs. Shashikant H. Patel

Mr. & Mrs. Frederic Paul

Mrs. Virginia Gauntt Pelegrimas

Mrs. Patricia A. Petko

Mr. & Mrs. Paul E. Phillips Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. John Pico

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony P. Pirrello

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen A. Polgar

Mr. & Mrs. James L. Poling

Mr. & Mrs. Francis Poling

Mr. & Mrs. Gregory A. Porcino

Mrs. Frank M. Portik

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Posimo

Mrs. Mary Poulson

Mr. & Mrs. Rado Pribic

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph G. Prince

Mr. & Mrs. James J. Pukszyn

Mr. Sal Pusateri

Mr. & Mrs. Jerry G. Rabold

Ms. Deirdre M. Ramirez

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Raspe

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Recker

Mrs. Sherry Reese

Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. Reid

Mr. & Mrs. Steven J. Remaley

Ms. Patricia E. Remp

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph G. Remsing

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick W. Rentschler

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth H. Rhoe

Mr. & Mrs. Mohammad Riaz

Mr. & Mrs. Conrad M. Rice

Mr. & Mrs. Albert W. Richard

Mr. & Mrs. Harry H. Rickards

Mr. & Mrs. J. Edward Riggs

Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Ritchey

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ritter Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Roberti

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Roberts

Mr. & Mrs. Gerard P. Roginsky

Mr. & Mrs. Alexander I. Roney

Bryan V. ’85 & Melissa Rosenberger

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew D. Ross

Mr. & Mrs. Richard R. Roxbury

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Ruggiano

Ms. Janet Ruggiano

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Ruggiero

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Ryan

Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Sahlender

Ms. Bonnie L. Salter ’04

Rev. & Mrs. Scott M. Sanders

Mr. & Mrs. Donald R. Sands

Meinardo R. Jr. ’83 & Lisa Santos

Mr. & Mrs. Gerard L. Saraceni

Mr. & Mrs. Gordon J. Scala

Ms. Connie Schaffer

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. Scheffey

Mr. & Mrs. John M. Schilling

Mr. & Mrs. Neil J. Schlottman

Ms. Elizabeth Schmitt

Mr. & Mrs. Leonard M. Schnitzer

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Schuett

Mr. & Mrs. John R. Schurr

Ms. Gisele A. Scott

Mr. & Mrs. Harold G. Seidler


Mrs. Virginia Geiger Shaffer

Mr. & Mrs. Delbert A. Sharon

Mr. & Mrs. Albert Sharphouse

Mr. Michael J. Shea

Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Sheeto

Ms. Renee Clay Shelbo

Ms. Carol Shepherd

Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Sheridan

Mr. & Mrs. James Shiels

Mrs. Caryn Wiragh Shoenthal

Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. Shubert

Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. Shubert

Ms. Holly S. Siegfried

Mr. & Mrs. James P. Silvestri

Ms. Janis A. Simonelli

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony C. Simonelli

Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Sims

Mr. & Mrs. Silvio S. Sinerco

Mr. & Mrs. Frank W. Sipics

Mr. & Mrs. David P. Sletner

Mr. & Mrs. John W. Smeaton

Ms. Joanne M. Smith

Mr. & Mrs. Kurt Smith

Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Smith

Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Smith

Ms. Cheri A. Smolick

Mr. & Mrs. Byron W. Snyder

Mr. & Mrs. Donald R. Snyder

Mr. & Mrs. Irving Soden

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Sofka

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Soroka

Mr. & Mrs. Christopher J. Sortino

Trustees, Friends, Business and

Industry, Foundations, and Churches

MoRAvIAN CIRCLE

Mr. DeLight E. Breidegam Jr.

Estate of Lillian I. Erdell*

Getty Foundation

Holly Beach Public Library

Mrs. Priscilla Payne Hurd

Priscilla Payne Hurd Charitable Lead

Unitrust

National Park Service

Frank E. Payne & Seba B. Payne

Foundation

Mr. Fred Reinhard

1742 CIRCLE

Mrs. Nancy Engels

Sodexho

Mrs. Nancy A. Taylor

ChAIRMAN’S CIRCLE

Mr. & Mrs. Curtis H. Barnette

Mrs. Evelyn Trodahl Chynoweth ’68

East Penn Manufacturing

Company Inc.

Lebensfeld Foundation

*Deceased

Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Spence

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Spencer

Mr. & Mrs. Merritt L. St. John

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Stauffer Jr.

Mrs. Dorothy Stearns

Ms. Sheri Q. Steele

Mr. & Mrs. Emil Stefanelli

Mr. & Mrs. Steven Steinly

Mr. & Mrs. John T. Stens

Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. Sterner

Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Stettner

Mr. & Mrs. Gary Stevens

Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Stewart

Mrs. N. Wallace Stirling Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Gary G. Stoudt

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen R. Stout

Mr. & Mrs. James Strausser

Mr. & Mrs. Clair F. Stroup Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Sutton

Mr. & Mrs. David R. Swan

Mrs. Debra Kish Swanson

Mr. & Mrs. Edward D. Swartz

Ms. Theresa A. Sweigert

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew R. Symons

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Szabo

Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Tallarico

Mr. & Mrs. Neal J. Tarulli

Mr. & Mrs. Craig A. TenBroeck

Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Tenneson

Mr. & Mrs. Russell M. Thomas

Mr. & Mrs. Jerome S. Thorne

Ms. Susan G. Thunberg

PARENTS & gRANDPARENTS

47.

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Todd

Mr. & Mrs. Steven E. Toth

Mr. John Traupman

Ralph E. & Adrienne Mackes ’72

Trumbower

Mr. & Mrs. Brad D. Trump

Mr. & Mrs. Raoul E. Tschebull

Mr. & Mrs. James Unger

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Urbanski

Mr. & Mrs. William Van Treuren

Mr. & Mrs. Alfred C. Varano

Mr. John Vasko

Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Venanzi

Mr. & Mrs. Philip Viglione

Mr. & Mrs. A. Graham Wagner Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Paul F. Wagner

Mr. Douglas Wallace

Ms. Carolyn Wallace

Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Walp

Ms. Carol A. Walsh

Mr. & Mrs. William Washer

Mr. & Mrs. Earl F. Weaver

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Webber

Mr. & Mrs. William K. Weber

Mr. & Mrs. Luther G. Weeks

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Weikert

Mr. & Mrs. Barry J. Weiner

Rev. & Mrs. Hermann I. Weinlick

Mr. & Mrs. Laurence L. Welles

Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Werkmeister

Mr. & Mrs. Glenn T. Wertheim

Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Wicklund

FRIENDS oF ThE INSTITUTIoN

Charlotte W. Newcombe Foundation

Pepsi Bottling Group Inc.

Mrs. Betsey Tait Puth ’51

TRUSTEE CIRCLE

Air Products & Chemicals Inc.

Mr. Cyril J. Anderson

Bank of New York

Mrs. Bertha Finkelstein Cohen ’37

Mr. Michael M. Ellis ’72

Phil & Carolyn Erdle

Estate of Henry K. Erwin*

Express Times

Exxon-Mobil

Estate of Paul Fatzinger*

Mrs. Genevieve Riordan Gee ’43

Hewlett-Packard Company

Mr. F. James Hutchinson ’69

Mr. John Kemps

Keystone Nazareth Bank & Trust

Company

Dr. Richard T. Kingston Jr. ’77

Mr. Cyril M. Krajci Jr. ’65

Mr. John Landis

Larger Life Foundation

Mr. Charles E. Merrill Jr.

Estate of Evadne Mitchell*

Mr. Anthony Morelli ’59

Pennsylvania Department of

Education

Pennsylvania Higher Education

Foundation

PNC Financial Services Group

Ms. Leslie Puth

RMI

F. P. Sutliff, M.D. ’43

Windmill Foundation

PRESIDENT’S ASSoCIATES

Albarell Electric Inc.

Dexter F. & Dorothy H. Baker

Foundation

Berks County Community

Foundation

Coordinated Health

Dr. Harry G. Dimopoulos

Duggan & Marcon Inc.

Eden Charitable Foundation

Employees of East Penn

Manufacturing Company Inc.

Mr. Lewis W. Foy

Mr. & Mrs. William C. Hittinger

Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey L. Wieand

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Wiedmayer

Mrs. Mary Lou Wilden

Mr. Dale G. Wiliams

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Wilkins Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Willbergh

Mr. & Mrs. Henry W. Williams Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Williams

Mark S. ’86 & Pati Williams

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Williamson

Ms. June Willing

Mrs. Carol A. Wilson

Mr. James F. Wilson

Ms. Debra Wisotsky

Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Woolley

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas S. Worman

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick L. Wright

Ms. Melissa J. Wright

Mr. & Mrs. William R. Wright

Mr. & Mrs. William Wyand

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel L. Yale

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Yarzab

Mr. & Mrs. Dennis W. Yeakel

Mr. David J. Yelito

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel M. Yonosh

Mr. & Mrs. William E. Young

Dr. & Mrs. Vincent J. Zaccheo

Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. Zaleski

Mr. & Mrs. Lewis B. Zalink

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Zebro

Ms. Judith B. Zoeller

Mr. & Mrs. Philip J. Zyzniewski

Mrs. Constance Stirling Hodson ’68

IBM Corporation

Dr. Alma A. Miles

Parry J. Miller, M.D. ’66

Estate of Gerhard Miller*

National Endowment for the

Humanities

Sandra Constantine Peinado, M.D.

PPL Corporation

Ms. Lisa Moyer Roth ’81

Mr. Robert J. Schoenen Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Jary W. Shimer

St. Luke’s Hospital

President Christopher M. Thomforde

& Dr. Kathy G. Thomforde

Trans-Bridge Lines Inc.

Martin L. Trichon, Esq. ’70

Mr. & Mrs. Peter C. Wolle

hERITAgE CLUb

Mr. Alvin A. Albright Jr.

Association of Independent Colleges

& Universities of Pennsylvania

Harold S. Campbell Foundation

Martin D. Cohen Family Foundation

Dr. & Mrs. James Frommer


Finding Solutions in

SUMMER SCHOOL

Guardian Life Insurance Company of

America

Mr. Odell Guyton ’77

Johnson & Johnson Company

Just Born Inc.

Lehigh Cement Company

Lehigh Valley Arts Council

Lehigh Valley Community

Foundation

Christian R. & Mary F. Lindback

Foundation

Atty. & Mrs. Blake C. Marles

Martin Guitar Charitable Foundation

Merck Company Foundation

Metropolitan Life Insurance

Company

New York Times Company

Foundation

Joan Lardner & David E. Paul

Mr. Jonathan C. Puth

Reichenbach & Son Inc.

Wachovia Foundation

Rev. Dr. Walter H. Wagner

Mrs. June S. Wentz

ThIRD CENTURY CLUb

Mr. John M. Adams

Amaranth Foundation

AT&T Foundation

Binney & Smith Inc.

Mrs. Concetta Ronca Burke ’50

Rt. Rev. Dr. D. Wayne Burkette ’69

Busy Workers Society

Alvin H. Butz Inc.

Rev. Dr. Douglas W. Caldwell ’66

Capital Blue Cross

Clarkston-Potomac Group Inc.

Commerce Bank

Mr. Stewart Early

Embassy Bank

Fayez Sarofim & Company

Dr. & Mrs. John R. Forro

Gillespie Printing

Mr. James E. Gold

Gray Family Foundation Inc.

Mr. George F. Halfacre

Mrs. Alice Heller*

Highmark Blue Shield

Jacob’s Music Company

Mr. & Mrs. C. Cassard Kaesemeyer

Lafayette Ambassador Bank

Mrs. Katherine Schwalbe Leinbach

Dr. Margaret L. McClure ’61

Media People Inc.

Mr. Arthur W. Mellen

Russell E. & Elizabeth W. Morgan

Foundation

Morning Call

Omicron Gamma Omega

Mrs. Frances E. Pirwitz

Mrs. Judy Pote

Sanofi Aventis

Mrs. Jane Crilly Schultz

Mrs. Nancy C. Schultz

Mrs. MaryAnn Sedlock

Mrs. Robert P. Snyder

Spirk Brothers Inc.

Rev. Gary M. Straughan ’63

Dr. Susan Martin Studds

Mr. Richard C. Subber ’69

UBS

UGI Corporation

Victaulic Company of America

Yuengling Brewery

Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Zimmerman

MoNoCACY CLUb

A.M. Industries Inc.

Mr. Jon T. Adams

Alfero Company Inc.

FRIENDS oF ThE INSTITUTIoN

48.

The 25 high school students had one thing in common: they’d

all flunked their English classes during the previous year

and were assigned to a make-up session during the summer.

The five-week course bore the tag “remedial” and enrolled

students from grades 9 to 11.

Kelly Steward ’ 0 7 was there to observe the class

as part of her study of what strategies might be used to enable

students like these to succeed. This was a diverse group,

ethnically and racially, and its members came from a wide variety

of schools. As Kelly was to discover, their reasons for being

there also differed. Their capabilities weren’t lacking; missing

were favorable circumstances that would allow them to achieve

academically.

Allen Organ Company

Mrs. Albert L. Baldock

Bank of America N.A.

BankAmerica Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. Glenn E. Beck

Benecon Group Inc.

Bethlehem Gallery of Floors

Mr. Daniel D. Breidegam

Dr. Joan Cady Brownstein

Mrs. Ruth Calvo

Chicago Equity Partners LLC

Mr. Peter B. Daubenspeck

Ms. Roberta DeAngelis

Mr. Stephen G. Donches

Rev. Otto Dreydoppel ’74

EarthRes Group Inc.

Edwards Business Machines

William Elek Limited

FM Global Foundation

General Electric Foundation

Rev. Stephen A. Gohdes ’83

Great Scott Financial Services LLC

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Hanson

Ms. Susan F. Haytmanek

Hilb, Rogal & Hamilton of

Philadelphia LLC

Home Depot

Hotel Bethlehem

IMAC Inc.

ING Financial Services Corp.

Institute of Management Accounts,

Mid-Atlantic Council

Integrity Personnel

JP Morgan Chase Foundation

Kafafian Group Inc.

Keith’s Mobile Lock and Door Service

Alan Kunsman Roofing & Siding

Lehigh Valley Economic

Development Corporation

Markel Corporation

Mr. & Mrs. W. Scott McGraw

Merrill Lynch & Company Inc.

Moravian College Alumni

Association

Optima Fund Management

Parente Randolph PC

Mr. & Mrs. Christopher E. Pruitt

Rob-Win Press Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. John D. Rossi Jr.

Dr. & Mrs. Robert Ruggiero Sr.

Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Schwarz

Mr. & Mrs. Paul G. Sittenfeld

Sobrinski Painting Inc.

Spillman Farmer Architects

Mr. & Mrs. Donald A. Squair

St. Paul Travelers

Sister Gunnel Sterner

STG Inc.

Tap Ties

Time Warner Inc.

Verizon Foundation

Victory Pizza

Harold & Elizabeth Vogler Fund

Wachovia Corporation

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Wanamaker

Rev. David L. Wickmann ’64

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Williams

Ms. Cynthia M. Wilson

Dr. Robert K. Wilson-Black

FoUNDERS’ CLUb

Abbott Laboratories Fund

Adam Meyer Inc.

Devendra Amin, M.D.

Apgar Oil Company

Becker Professional Review

Mrs. Wilbur Behrend

BOC Group Inc.

Boeing Company


She also learned, somewhat to her surprise, that poor

performance in school didn’t necessarily indicate that students

weren’t interested. “Many had unique reading interests,” she

said. “Some read books like The DaVinci Code or African-American

poetry on their own. So it was important to find out their

actual reading interests.”

Kelly’s goal was to locate methods that could help teachers

build on those interests within the school environment, especially

in urban areas. Her concern stems from her desire to be a

teacher who uses methods that can encourage students to overcome

whatever distractions they may face outside of school.

As an English and education major, she had profited from

two texts in particular: Kylene Beers’s When Kids Can’t Read:

What Teachers Can Do and Janet Allen’s It’s Never Too Late: Leading

Adolescents to Lifelong Literacy.”

Mr. & Mrs. Klaus D. Bowers

Mrs. Esther B. Burkhart

Mr. R. J. Callen

Mr. & Mrs. Soong T. Chiang

Chubb & Son Inc.

Clemens Family Corporation

Mrs. Barbara A. Coleman

Corporate Environments, Inc

Mr. Carl Curcio

Mr. & Mrs. John L. Daniel

Dave & Wayne’s Auto Center Inc.

Mr. Stanley H. Dengler

Orlando Diefenderfer Inc.

Mr. James J. Dooley Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. James J. Ferry II

Fritch Inc.

Fuji Hunt Photographic Chemicals

Mr. & Mrs. Peter D. Fuller

Gallo Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. George Gibbs

GlaxoSmithKline Foundation

Mrs. Evangeline H. Graf

Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Haines

Dr. & Mrs. John F. Hampson

Hartman Employee Benefits Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Hertzog

Mr. David L. Hilder

IBEW Local Union 375

IFF Foundation

Ms. Helen K. Johnson

Lloyd H. Jones & Associates

Mrs. Donald A. Kessler

Keybrick Information Systems

Mr. & Mrs. Frank W. Kleckner

Mr. & Mrs. Lewis R. Knox

Kraft Inc.

Dr. Frank T. Kuserk

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel R. Langdon

Mrs. Edward P. Leach

*Deceased

FRIENDS oF ThE INSTITUTIoN

Lehigh Valley Hospital

Liberty Mutual

Mr. Robert H. Littner

Mr. Thomas Lloyd

Lockheed Martin Corporation

J. P. MacGrady’s

Market Street Financial Advisors LLC

Mr. Charles R. McAnall

Mr. James C. McKeever

Milbank Foundation for

Rehabilitation

Mr. William K. Moening

Mr. William J. Morley

Miss Mary Murphy

National City Bank

Nazareth Music Center

Mrs. Rose Eifert Nehring

Mr. & Mrs. H. Victor Pratt Jr.

Mrs. Alice C. Pulley

Quest Diagnostics

Mrs. Jean Rampone

Mr. Richard P. Reinke

Mr. Michael C. Rothrock

Scotty’s Fashions of Lehighton

Ms. Jean H. Siftar

SKF Industries Inc.

SourceMedia

Steinway & Sons

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Stevens

Lian K.P. Tan

Tiffany & Company

Tyco

Mrs. Wilfred E. Vogler Jr.

Welch Allyn Inc.

Wells Fargo

Ms. Lisa A. Yob

Dr. Stacey B. Zaremba

CoLoNIAL CLUb

Mrs. Charles B. Adams

49.

By the end of the session, Kelly fixed on several of the

suggestions gleaned from those texts and her observations.

One was the need to place high expectations on students

who need assistance. “All students can accomplish a lot,” she

said. “Let them know they can achieve.” Another was to allow

students to achieve goals by using different means: providing

a list of readings instead of a single requirement. A third

recommendation was to make assignments that relate to the

students’ world.

Finding the person behind the “remedial” label was perhaps

Kelly’s most poignant advice. “Once you get to know people,”

she said, “you get excited about them.”

Aetna Foundation Inc.

Mrs. Judith A. Alexander

Allentown Club of Moravian College

Alumnae

Allied Personnel Services

BASF Corporation

Mrs. Marian P. Benner

Bethlehem Rehabilitation Specialists

Ms. Barbara K. Bollinger

Ms. Mary Lynn Bonsall

Rev. & Mrs. Paul Braden

Britech Inc.

Mr. Anthony Buczek

Mr. & Mrs. Lance E. Burgess

Cargill

Mr. James W. Caskey

Coca-Cola Company

Dr. Arnold R. Cook

Mr. & Mrs. Gary L. Davenport

Ms. Trudi E. Egan

Ms. Mollie Endler

Environmental Associates of the

Lehigh Valley

Ms. Carol A. Fritz

Fuddruckers

W. W. Grainger,Inc.

Mr. Howard Gray

Mr. & Mrs. Douglas D. Griffin

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. Guff

John Hancock Financial Service

Mr. & Mrs. Fred G. Harvey

Mr. Mervin A. Heller Jr.

Mrs. June W. Holt

Hometown Heroes

HSBC

Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Hunter

IMS

Ingersoll Rand Company

Peter R Johnson & Company Inc.

Ms. Gloria L. Ketterman

Keystone Food Products Company Inc.

Clete Kilker

Ms. Ruth A. Kipp

Mrs. H. T. Koch

Mrs. Virginia T. Leidheiser

Ms. Jean D. Lieberman

Ms. Lynn M. Livingston

Ms. Martha Markowitz

Ms. Ruth S. Meislin

Mr. Larry M. Miley

Minerals Technology Corporation

Mr. Thomas E. Mohr

Mr. & Mrs. Caroll H. Neubauer

Mr. Adam M. Noce

Northampton County Seed

Company Inc.

Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance

Company

Novartis Pharmaceuticals

Corporation

Ms. Alma S. Perlis

Pfizer Corporation

R&S Hardwood Flooring

Company Inc.

Reader’s Digest Foundation

Mrs. Albert M. Reed

Berry G. Richards

Mr. G. Powers Rowland

Mrs. Robert J. Schoenen

Mr. & Mrs. Vito S. Sgaramella

Siemens Medical Systems Inc.

Ms. Donna L. Snyder

Mr. Joel S. Spira

Mr. & Mrs. Adam S. Stauffer

Mr. Robert F. Steelman

Mr. Arthur Taylor

Mr. & Mrs. Richard R. Thompson

United Technologies Corporation


Mr. & Mrs. Charles G. Van Ness

Wachovia Securities

Mr. Robert D. Weidenbacker

Mr. Evan Wescoe

Ms. Margaret Murphy Woodward

gREYhoUND CLUb

Ms. Nancy P. Adams

Alcoa Foundation

Ms. Ruth M. Allen

American International Group Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Barry M. Anderson

Mr. & Mrs. Peter S. Austin

AXA Foundation

Aykroyd Hardware

Mrs. Karen Bader

Mr. George Bannon

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick P. Banyard

Mr. Frank R. Barnako

Ms. Teresa Minch Bartosh

Bath Supply Company Inc.

Ms. Lucille Bavaria

Mr. James M. Beenders

Mr. Richard E. Beidler

Mrs. Rachel Belter

Mrs. Judith R. Bernd

Mr. James T. Best

Bethlehem Palette Club

Bethlehem Teachers Federal Credit

Union

Mrs. Jeanne Bilheimer

Bishop Photo

Mr. James E. Bissey

BlackRock

Blue Mountain Ski Area

Rev. Peter L. Bonny

Mr. Andrew R. Bowers

Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Inc.

Ms. Estelle Browne-Pallrand

C. F. Martin & Company Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Roque J. Calvo

Mr. & Mrs. Mark M. Capofari

Mr. Ray G. Carr

Mr. & Mrs. Charles R. Carrick

Mr. Thomas N. Church

Mr. & Mrs. Barry L. Cimino

Ms. Josephine F. Clark

Mr. & Mrs. David P. Clay

Mr. & Mrs. Merrill Clouse

Mr. Robert D. Cohen

Mrs. Dorothy A. Collie

Rev. & Mrs. Charles E. Colson

ConocoPhillips

Mrs. Maureen Medgie Cornell

Mr. John B. Cornish

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Croll

Mr. & Mrs. Dino P. Dalmas

Mr. David Devey

Mr. Ronald K. DeLong

Mr. & Mrs. John W. Denham

Ms. Julia Denham

FRIENDS oF ThE INSTITUTIoN

Mr. George DeSchweinitz Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Detweiler

Mr. Donald N. Diehl*

Dr. Joyce Dougherty

Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Eagan

Mr. J. William Earle

Easton Baking Inc.

Mrs. Susan Eiffe Edmondson

Mr. & Mrs. Randall L. Emmons

Mr. William G. Ender Jr.

Ms. Susan Endler

Miss Phyllis Ann Epperson

Mr. & Mrs. Michael P. Ettz

Ms. Libera Evans

Federated Department Stores Inc.

Ms. Carrie L. Fellon

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel J. Fetherolf Jr.

Ms. Polly Fiddler

Mr. Mark Thomas Filbert

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald T. Fink

First Energy Foundation

Fishburn Realty Company

Fitch Ratings

Mrs. Ruth C. Fliegel

Mr. Rollin B. Foster

Miss Helen E. Frey

Mrs. Robert Fritz

Mr. John F. Fry

H. B. Fuller Company Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Gadomski

Mr. & Mrs. Jose Garcia

Mrs. Janet F. Gendaszek

Mr. Ralph A. Gerra

Gertrude Hawk

Andrew D. Gillespie

Mr. R. G. Gilman

Mrs. Jennifer L. Goff

Guinness UDV North America

Mrs. Carol Hafner

Dr. Coleman R. Hamel

Hampson Mowrer Kreitz Insurance

Mrs. Elsie J. Harberg*

Mr. Mark Harris

Hartford Insurance Group

Foundation Inc.

Dr. & Mrs. Kyoichi Haruta

Ms. Marna Hayden

Ms. Janet A. Heffner

Mr. & Mrs. Meredith Hemphill Jr.

Mrs. Nancy L. Herbert

Mrs. Patricia B. Herman

Ms. Mary Ellen Herzog

Mr. & Mrs. Harry M. Hill III

Ms. Mary Jo Hill

Mr. William H. Hubbard

Mrs. William D. Hutchinson

Mr. A. Terry Jackson

Mr. Earl Jackson

Ms. Marian W. Jeffery

Mr. Phillip Johnson

Mr. & Mrs. Burton A. Johnson

Mrs. Jacqueline L. Jonigian

50.

Ms. Desiray Starr Kleintop Kahmer

Mrs. Janice Lashmet Katowitz

Mr. Ernest F. Keer III

Key Pontiac-Nissan Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. David H. Klinges

Mr. & Mrs. Jack L. Koehler

Kolb, Vasiliadis & Florenz

Mr. John M. Kontier

Mr. & Mrs. Karl D. Korsak

KPMG, LLP

Mr. & Mrs. Steven Krawiec

Ms. Elizabeth S. Krupka

Kuss Brothers Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy B. Lawlor

LifeCare.com

Mrs. Grace M. Lindenmuth

Mr. James D. Loessl

Loopers Bar & Grille

Mrs. Jeanette M. Ludwig

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Lukaszczyk

Mr. & Mrs. Henry T. Lyons

Mrs. Lecie G. Machell

Mrs. Sharon F. Machrone

Mr. Alton A. Mann Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Marcon

Mr. & Mrs. Nelson G. Markley

Ms. Laura Ann Noversel Martin

Mr. & Mrs. Pat Martinez

Ms. Laura L. McGarry

Mr. Charles D. McLean

Medarex

Microsoft

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen L. Mikochik

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Miller

Mr. Clair D. Miller

Mr. & Mrs. Harold S. Miller

Ms. Ann Mitchell

Mocha Mike’s

Mrs. Katharine Westphal Monfils

Mr. Ronald Mordosky

Ms. Shirley J. Morganelli

Rev. John E. Moyer ’54

Mrs. Casper R. Musselman

Norfolk Southern Foundation

North Summit Climbing Gym

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Ortelli

Palmer Park Mall

Mr. & Mrs. Dushane Patterson

Penn National Insurance

Mr. Leonard A. Perrett III

Ms. Helen Persons

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Peters

Public Service Electric & Gas Co.

Ms. Mary Ann Pula

Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Rabbach

Mrs Rodney G. Rathbun

Mr. & Mrs. Otto Reimherr

Rich Mar Florist

Rippers Pub

Ms. Joan C. Roberts

Mrs. Linda C. Robertson

Mrs. Josephine R. Ronca

Mr. Joseph Rossetti

Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Rossi

Ms. Nancy L. Sacks

Ms. Janice L. Sandt

Mr. Steve C. Sandy

Sanofi Pasteur

Mr. & Mrs. George F. Sasara

Saucon Valley Sporting Goods

Mr. & Mrs. William Schiesser

Mr. Ralph G. Schwarz

Mr. John W. Segraves

Mr. Michael R. Seidl

Mr. & Mrs. Barry Shellenhamer

Ms. Eleanor K. Shimer*

Mr. & Mrs. Emil G. Signes

Frank & Dilys Smith

Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. Smith

Mr. Halfred C. Smith

Mrs. Deborah Bland Smull

Ms. Alison Snyder

Mr. James R. Snyder

Mr. & Mrs. William Sobiesiak

Software Consulting Services LLC

Mr. Jose Luis Somavilla

Ms. Jennifer Jones Squillace

Mr. & Mrs. G. Michael Stakias

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Stark

Starters Riverport

Dr. Kathleen P. Steele

Ms. Hazel Stelter

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Stenhouse

Mr. & Mrs. Donald S. Stone

Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Strain

Dr. Vincent D. Stravino

Mr. Richard J. Strelecki

Dr. Nora A. Suggs

Syngenta Corporation

Target

TMSD Corporation

Toro Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. David C. Torrey

Mrs. Harry J. Trodahl

A. J. Trunzo Inc.

Ms. April L. Vari

Edwin Wallace M.D.

Wal-Mart

Mrs. Maryann K. Weaver

Wegmans

Rev. Hermann I. Weinlick

Ms. Eileen W. Wescoe

Ms. Christine Wetzel

Mr. & Mrs. Richard S. Wharton

Wild Wings

Mr. Thomas Wiley

Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Williamson

Dr. Gary R. Wright

Wyeth

Xerox Foundation

Z-A Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Zajac


Alumni and friends who have

informed Moravian College and

Moravian Theological Seminary of

their intention to support Moravian

through planned and estate gifts,

including bequests and charitable

trusts.

Mrs. Joann Clewell Adams ’56

Mr. John M. Adams

Rev. Walser H. Allen Jr. ’45

Ms. June C. Alter

Mrs. Janet Outten Amos ’43

Mr. Cyril J. Anderson

Mr. Ivan A. Backer ’49

Dr. Stanley F. Banach ’56

Mrs. Frances Longacre Barnard ’51

Mrs. Olivia Musselman Barnes ’38

Mrs. Margaret Johnson Bartlett ’43

Mrs. Margaret J. Bartlett

Mr. Robert O. Behr ’48

Ms. Beverly A. Bell ’56

Mr. & Mrs. J. Richard Beltram

Dr. Louis W. Bender ’50

Mr. Jeffrey B. Benner ’74

Rev. David G. Berg ’66

Ms. Jane Bernstein

Mr. Peter E. Bilan ’64

Mrs. Shirley Kunsman Bilheimer ’57

Ms. Judith H. Boehm

Mr. Allen R. Bohne ’51

Mrs. Beverly L. Bohner ’82

Mrs. Rose Feilbach Broberg ’34

James O. ’47, ’49 & Colleen Workman

’60 Bruckart

Mr. Barry L. Buchman ’71

Dr. Mary Faith Carson

Mrs. June Collins Cawley ’42

Mr. I. Howard Chadwick ’39

Dr. G. Clarke Chapman

Mrs. Gloria Gately Chipman ’45

Mr. & Mrs. R. Franklin Chitty Jr.

Richard & Evelyn Trodahl ’68

Chynoweth

Mr. & Mrs. Edward B. Clewell

Mrs. Bertha Finkelstein Cohen ’37

Mr. Martin Cohen

Mr. Hugh P. Connell ’53

Mr. Richard M. Cope ’68

Mrs. Beverly S. Corkhill ’73

Mr. David R. Cornelius ’63

Placido A. ’78 & Sandra L. Corpora

Ms. Vivian F. Cristol ’38

Mr. Paul E. Crossan Jr. ’48

Miss M. Lillian Davenport

Mr. Albert C. DiDonato ’67

Leonard R. & Emmeline Ungurian

Lewis ’48 Dimmick

Miss Marcella I. Dimmick ’35

J. Michael ’68, ’71 & Kathleen Doyle

’68 Dowd

Mr. Frank E. Driscoll

Mr. Rodger S. Dusinski ’63

Mrs. Kathryn Adams Eckhard ’35

Miss Anne R. Enright ’52

*Deceased

Miss Phyllis Ann Epperson

Rev. Dr. Elaine L. Fenstermacher

Bogert ’79

Mrs. Ruth Overfield Fidorack ’41

Francis J. ’59 & Peggy Ann Harte ’54

Figlear

Mrs. Ada Zellner Flower ’46

Rev. Terry L. Folk ’78

Dr. Don C. Follmer

Mrs. Sue Ann Henkelman Fortney ’53

Mr. Lewis W. Foy

Mrs. Katherine Meland Freeny ’49

Harlan F. Fulmer, M.D. ’43

Rev. Donald E. Fulton ’50

Mr. John M. Gallup ’77

Ms. Adele Garger

Mr. Donald Garger

Ms. Elizabeth Hicks Garrett ’63

Mrs. Genevieve Riordan Gee ’43

Dr. Daniel R. Gilbert Sr.

Mr. Carl F. Gitschier ’66

Mr. Martin H. Goerner ’36

Mr. James A. Gold ’98

Dr. Judith C. Grant ’79

Mr. & Mrs. Homer Graper

Ms. M. Anne Greene

Ms. Sallie L. Greenfield

Mr. Joseph A. Grieshaber ’72

Odell ’77 & Karen Boyer ’78 Guyton

Dr. Ruth Roberts Hailperin

Mr. & Mrs. James A. Hancock Jr.

Mrs. Kathryn Horwath Hartman ’52

Mrs. Joan Schnable Haupert ’57

Mr. Stanley Hawk

Mrs. Alice Heller

Mr. James L. Heller ’83

Rev. Donald L. Henderschedt ’65

Rev. Dale M. Henderson ’69

Miss Carol D. Henn ’68

Mr. George Herczeg Jr. ’69

Ms. Marilyn L. Herwig ’75

Mr. & Mrs. J. Robert Hess

Mr. David L. Hilder

Mrs. Constance Stirling Hodson ’68

Mrs. Frances Kolb Hoops ’50

Dr. James B. Howell ’59

Mr. & Mrs. Lewis E. Hubbard

Mr. George T. Hudson ’59

Mrs. Priscilla Payne Hurd

Joseph P. Hutsko, D.O. ’56

Mr. David W. Innes ’81

Mrs. Francis M. James III

Mr. Darryl S. Jeffries ’69

Rev. James L. Johnson ’56

Ms. Trisha Babbitt Jones ’68

Ms. Joanne E. Keim ’72

Mr. Burton L. Kelchner ’43

Mrs. Ruth Hemmerly Kelly ’41

Mrs. Donald A. Kessler

Mrs. Olive Wooler Kinter ’50

Mrs. Claire M. Klatchak ’87

Mr. Michael J. Klatchak

Ms. Bertie Francis Knisely ’69

Mr. Cyril M. Krajci Jr. ’65

Ms. Phyllis G. Kreider ’46

CoRNERSToNE SoCIETY

51.

Mrs. Kathryn Knopf Kricks ’49

Dr. Vera Krisukas

Dr. Astrid B. Kromayer

Mr. Keith D. Lambie ’73

Mr. John Landis

Mr. Mayo W. Lanning

Dr. Donald K. Lauer

Dr. Jutta S. Leheis ’63

Joseph B. ’69 & Colette Geier ’71

Lennert

Mr. Thomas Lloyd

Rev. Anna Deppen Lutz ’70

Mrs. Joyce B. Lyon

Mrs. Mary Lesin Mackenzie Ayala ’59

Mr. James E. Marconis ’74

Mr. & Mrs. Ben Fortunado Marcune

Rev. Gary T. Marsh ’74

Mrs. Elizabeth Butterfield

Marthaler ’44

Andrew Martimick, D.O. ’49

Mr. Byron B. Mason

Mrs. Barbara Frowery Matlaga ’67

Rev. Dr. Henry E. May Jr. ’60

Mrs. Shirley Hart McBride ’63

Mrs. Frances Fulmer McClain ’38

William H. ’58 & Carol Sloan ’58

McElveen

Mr. Elmer G. McGuire ’57

Mrs. Deborah Oplinger

McKinnon ’73

Mrs. Alma Coester McMahan ’69

James M. McMahan, Esq. ’66

Mrs. Jeanne Freas Mellen ’48

Mrs. Amy Lesser Mende ’76

Mr. Robert C. Mende ’74

Ms. Joan Kinard Mercado ’54

Mr. Charles E. Merrill Jr.

Mrs. Carol Losensky Messina ’61

Mr. John M. Mickner ’72

Dr. A. Kathrine Miller ’34

Mr. Chester Dale Miller ’75

Rev. Elizabeth D. Miller ’85

Parry J. Miller, M.D. ’66

Dr. James B. Mitchell

Mr. Michael B. Mraz ’74

Arlington A. Nagle, M.D. ’39

Mr. Henry G. Naisby Jr. ’71

Mrs. Karen Bruckart Naisby ’72

Mr. William C. Needs ’62

Mr. & Mrs. Maynard S. Northup

Mrs. Elizabeth Birk Nowicki ’42

Mr. Raymond L. Orth ’69

Mrs. Joanne Mazur O’Such ’60

Miss Johanna Ott

Mrs. Walter L. Peters

Mr. Dale L. Pharo ’54

Mr. Timothy R. Phelps ’67

Mrs. Rose Beidler Polentz ’38

Mr. Joseph R. Pulley ’58

Kenneth J. ’79 & Anne McCandless

’79 Rampolla

Mrs. Jane Sullivan Ramsdell ’44

Mrs. Ruth Franges Rayna ’71

Mrs. Susan White Redfield ’68

Mrs. Adele Foley Reinsmith

Mr. Leonard L. Righi ’72

Rt. Rev. Graham H. Rights ’60

Mrs. Betty Adams Roach ’43

Ms. Georgine F. Rodgers

Mr. Stanley R. Roman

William J. Rosenberg, Esq. ’49

Joseph L. Rosenfeld, Esq. ’58

Ms. Dorothy L. Ruyak ’54

Dr. Shapour Samii

Mr. Gerald A. Sarkisian ’74

Rt. Rev. Warren A. Sautebin ’43

Mr. Barry M. Scheinberg ’68

Mrs. Catherine Kiss Schenck ’40

Mrs. Eleanor Beck Schleicher ’56

Miss Cornelia Schlotter ’57

Robert J. Jr. & Patricia Nemesh ’70

Schoenen

Mrs. June Shafer Scholl ’51

Dr. Susan S. Schuehler

Dr. Fred B. Schultheis ’77

Mr. E. Allen Schultz Jr. ’53

Rev. Dr. Tom Schwanda ’72

Mrs. MaryAnn Sedlock

Dr. Henry A. Segatti ’45

Mr. Eric R. Shimer ’68

Mrs. Mary Rider Shuey ’43

Mr. Wayne C. Shugart ’61

Mrs. Evangeline B. Smith

Mr. Halfred C. Smith

Mrs. Lois Shafer Smith ’51

Mrs. Ruth H. Smith

Dr. Bettie Moretz Smolansky

Mrs. Doris English Smullin ’42

Mrs. Robert P. Snyder

Miss Constance M. Sokalsky ’71

Rev. Dr. Gordon L. Sommers ’57

Mr. Arthur R. Spengler ’55

Mrs. Jeanne Scott St. Clair ’47

Ms. Nicole M. V. Standish ’75

David M. ’78 & Cindy Trotner ’79

Stein

Mr. Robert E. Sterling ’65

Sister Gunnel Sterner

Mr. Arthur F. Stocker

Mr. Bernard J. Story ’80

Mrs. Barbara Martin Stout ’87

Mrs. Mary Fabian Strock ’38

Mr. Ronald J. Stupak ’61

Mr. Harold J. Suess ’47

F. P. Sutliff, M.D. ’43

Mrs. Nancy A. Taylor

Mr. Tom A. Tenges ’70

Mrs. Mary Veronis Thompson ’42

Mrs. Mildred Ladner Diefenderfer

Thompson ’39

Mrs. Doris Geissler Torr ’49

Mrs. Harry J. Trodahl

Ms. Joann M. Trotsky ’64

Mrs. Wilma Kistler Uhrich ’35

Mr. James P. Van Schoick III ’74

Mr. George W. Verheyden Jr.

Mr. Donald C. Vogel ’63

Rev. Dr. Walter H. Wagner

Ms. Florence T. Weaver

Mrs. Susan Biemesderfer Werner ’70


Mr. William J. Werpehowski ’51

Miss Elizabeth M. Wetter ’65

Rev. David L. Wickmann ’64

Mr. Edward D. Wilde Jr. ’64

Mrs. Jacqueline Williams

The Class of 1957 Scholarship Fund

The Class of 1957 Scholarship

Fund was established through the

generosity of the Class of 1957. The

purpose of the fund is to provide

scholarship support for a deserving

student with financial need attending

Moravian College.

The H. Paty Eiffe Gallery Fund

The H. Paty Eiffe Gallery Fund was

established by Bettie M. Smolansky

and funded through the generosity

of friends and alumni of Moravian

College. The purpose of the fund

is to provide ongoing program

enhancement for the H. Paty Eiffe

Gallery at Moravian College.

The Lillian Erdell Scholarship Fund

The Lillian Erdell Scholarship Fund

was established through the generosity

of Lillian Erdell. The purpose

of the fund is to provide scholarship

support to a female student attending

Moravian College.

Mr. Joseph E. Williams ’70

Mr. Walter F. Williams

Mrs. Harriet Peters Williamson ’60

Mrs. David Wilson

Rev. Mark A. Wimmer ’76

The Jack and Karen Fry

Scholarship Fund

The Jack and Karen Fry Scholarship

Fund was established through the

generosity of Jack and Karen Fry. The

purpose of the fund is to provide

scholarship support for a deserving

Moravian College student with

documented financial need living in

the Lehigh Valley.

The Gilbert Archives Fund

The Gilbert Archives Fund was established

through the generosity of

Daniel R. Gilbert Sr., Ph. D., professor

emeritus of history. The purpose

of this fund is to provide support to

the Moravian College Archives.

The Homer and Gert Graper

Endowed Scholarship Fund

The Homer and Gert Graper

Endowed Scholarship Fund was

established through the generosity

of Homer and Gert Graper, special

friends of Moravian Theological

Seminary. The income from the

endowment will be used to provide

financial aid for Moravian Theological

Seminary students.

CoRNERSToNE SoCIETY

52.

John W. ’59 & Barbara Roberts ’61

Woltjen

NEW ENDoWMENT FUNDS

Mrs. Helen Desh Woodbridge ’54

Mrs. William Woodring

Mrs. Susan Overath Woolley

The Marty Stockton Hancock

Scholarship Fund

The Marty Stockton Hancock Scholarship

Fund was established through

a gift from James A. Hancock in

honor of his wife, Marty, a trustee

of Moravian Theological Seminary.

The purpose of the fund is to

provide scholarships for Moravian

Theological Seminary students with

documented financial need.

The Mease-Sterling

Scholarship Fund

The Mease-Sterling Scholarship

Fund was established through the

generosity of Robert E. and Martha

B. Sterling in memory of George

and Mildred Mease and Harry and

Katherine Sterling. The purpose

of the fund is to provide scholarship

support to Moravian College

students enrolled in the Education

Department.

The Marvin C. Miles

Scholarship Fund

The Marvin C. Miles Scholarship

Fund was established through the

generosity of Alma Anne Miles, Ph.D.

The purpose of the fund is to provide

scholarship support for a deserving

Moravian College student majoring

in nursing or education.

Rev. Dr. Janice M. Young ’82

Ms. Laura D. Young ’78

Mark S. Yuhasz, M.D. ’78

Dr. Richard C. Zahm ’55

Mr. Earl C. Zeiner ’57

The Regina-Weston

Scholarship Fund

The Regina-Weston Scholarship

Fund was established through the

generosity of Joanne M. Regina ’83.

The purpose of the fund is to provide

scholarship support to a deserving

Moravian College music or psychology

major, based on academic

performance.

The Alexander, Elizabeth, and Joann

Trotsky Special Collections Fund

The Alexander, Elizabeth, and Joann

Trotsky Special Collections Fund at

Moravian College was established

through the generosity of Joann M.

Trotsky ’64. The purpose of the fund

is to provide funds to purchase items

for teaching collections within the

Moravian College Special Collections,

intended for active and regular

use by students and faculty in classrooms,

research, or exhibitions.


A.

B.

C.

d.

E.

f.

ENdOWMENT

The College and Seminary endowment continues to be

an essential source of support for the institution. Total

return for the year ended June 30, 2007, was a strong

16%. The Investment Committee made several significant

changes to the endowment asset allocation targets during

the year. The targeted allocation to alternative assets has

been increased to 20% with 5% committed to two private

equity funds. International equity has been increased to

30% from 15% while the allocations to fixed income and

domestic equity have been reduced to 15% and 30%,

respectively. Transition to these new targets is in progress.

ENdOWMENT ASSET

ALLOCATIONS

IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS

92,920

A. CASH 10,613

B. dOMESTIC EQuITy 32,483

C. INT’L EQuITy 23,510

d. BONdS 10,187

E. REAL ESTATE 4,098

f. ALTERNATIVES 13,029

02/03

03/04

04/05

05/06

02/03

03/04

04/05

05/06

Every effort has been made to ensure that the names and listings in this report

are complete and accurate. Please report any errors to the Office of Institutional Advancement.

MORAVIAN COLLEGE

MORAVIAN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARy

1200 Main Street, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18018

4.5%

5.2%

n RETuRN / n SPENdING

OffICE Of INSTITuTIONAL AdVANCEMENT: 610 861-1336, 800 429-9437, FAX 610 625-7907

06/07

06/07

MARkET VALuE Of ENdOWMENT

IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS

11,209

13,280

14,199

14,946

19,887

n COLLEGE / n SEMINARy

NET INVESTMENT VS.

SPENdING RATE

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4.9%

4.5%

4.5%

4.5%

10.2%

9.3%

52,938

58,712

60,993

66,599

14.6%

74,033

16.0%

64,147

71,992

75,192

81,545

93,920


M O R A V I A N C O L L E G E

1200 MAIN STREET, BETHLEHEM, PA 18018

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