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Message from the Board of Trustees President's Notes Named Funds: New Endowment Funds Honor Roll of Donors: $5.5 Million in Gifts Received Planned Giving Annual Giving Arranged by Class Year and Constituent Group Message from the Alumni President Council on Church Relations The Home Team Tusculum News Class Notes In Memoriam Sports Hall of Fame and Alumni Association Bylaws and Constitution New Pictorial History of Tusculum College Published

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Tusculum College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097; Telephone number 404-679-4501) to award the Bachelor of Arts, the Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management, the Master of Arts in Education, and the Master of Arts in Organizational Management. The residential college within Tusculum College is further accredited by the American Academy for Liberal Education, located at 1015 18th Street, Suite 204, NW, Washington, D.C., 20036. Tusculum College does not discriminate on the basis of sex, color, race, age, religion, ethnic origin, or handicap in the selection of its applicants.

Tusculumnus is produced in March, June, September, and November by Tusculum College through its Public

Relations office, a division of the External Relations department. Editor, Cameron Judd; alumni news editor, Sean Bride; sports news editor, Dom Donnelly. Periodical postage rate is paid by the publisher. Tusculum College's mailing address is P.O. Box 5040, Greeneville, TN 37743.

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M E S S AG E F RO M THE CHAIRMAN

Board of T rustees

AS WE APPROACHED THE beginning of a new fiscal year, July 1,1999, it was with sadness and regret that the Board of Trustees accepted the resignation of President Robert F. Knott. That initial feeling of "Where do we go now?" disappeared when Tom Garland agreed to be interim president. Tom served in that capacity with distinction from July 1, 1999, until June 1, 2000, when Dr. Dolph Henry became the 26th president of Tusculum College. What could have been a difficult year turned into one of continued forward motion for the institution. Your Board of Trustees was supportive of all the actions that needed to be taken during the leadership transition. The Board acted promptly and unanimously during every regular or special board meeting. Within 48 hours of Dr. Knott's resignation, the Board of Trustees agreed to ask Tom Garland to be interim president. As Board Chair, I had no refusals to serve on the Presidential Search Committee. Trustees Scott Niswonger '87,Ted Heinz '68, Jim Durham '79 and I served on the search committee, along with nine others from faculty, staff and community. The search committee held nine meetings, culminating with the committee's unanimous recommendation to the Board of Trustees that Dr. Henry be sought as our next president. Following the October Board Meeting, the trustees held a special dinner to honor Bob and Brenda Knott for their ten years of dedicated service to the institution. Tom and Pat Garland were recognized at the May Board Meeting by being presented with a certificate of appreciation for Tom's service as interim president. John Mays,Vice President of External Relations, retired last September 1. It is difficult to find the words to adequately express our fond feelings for John and Nancy Mays. I consider them close personal friends. They certainly were friends of the college in the highest sense of the word. John is one of a kind who gave 110 percent every day of the week to Tusculum College. We are deeply indebted to him for the countless contributions he made to the institution.

We were very fortunate in March that no one was injured in two dormitory fires. The Charles Oliver Gray complex and Welty-Craig Hall are back in full operation this fall. The Board of Trustees approved a $115,000 capital expenditure to upgrade the fire alarm system in the campus buildings. With deep appreciation to Scott and Nickie Niswonger, we dedicated the new Niswonger Commons last October. Groundbreaking for the new sports complex was held in February. This facility will be the finest within hundreds of miles of Tusculum ­ one of the finest in the country! During the fiscal year, we had four trustees leave the Board: Rev. Dr. Lewis Fowler, Knoxville,TN; Rev. Dr. Daniel Sanburg, Chattanooga,TN;Wayne Eichle '73, who moved to California; and we sorrow in the passing of Jim Tomai '44, who was a Life Trustee of the college. We welcomed three new trustees: Bill Edmonds '71, Morristown,TN; Miss Charlotte 0. Gray, Albany, NY, and Mrs. Elizabeth Gordowood '47, Bartlesville, OK. We thank those who have left the Board for their service to the institution and look forward to working with the new members. Thanks to the old friends and the new friends who contributed financially to the institution this past year. Your gifts enabled Tusculum to operate in the black for the 10th consecutive year. We have come a long way and we have a long journey still ahead of us. We recognize, and the Southern Association of Colleges and

Schools (SACS) has reported to us, that we must improve our library, technology, science facilities, etc. All of these further improvements will require that we raise additional large sums of money if we are to take Tusculum College to the next higher level. Dr. Dolph Henry and his wife Judy are on board and are already planning to take the college to that higher level! The Board of Trustees is firmly convinced we have the right president to make it happen! Some of our alumni may feel: "Tusculum . . . out of my sight, out of my mind."That may be true for some of you, but you can never get Tusculum College out of your heart. I can assure you that Tusculum is in the heart of all the Trustees. So join us! Return to the campus and see the growth, relive the memories of days gone by, and help all of us by giving of your time, talent and material possessions.

Stanley R. Welty, Jr. `51 Chairman, Board of Trustees

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OFFICERS STANLEY R. WELTY, JR. '51 Chairman Retired President The Wooster Brush Co. Wooster, Ohio F. HARRISON LAMONS Vice Chairman Retired President LMR Plastics Corp. Greeneville,Tennessee JOSEPH J. VOGT '53 Secretary President Vogt & Associates Lenoir City,Tennessee JAMES A. EMORY Treasurer President JAE Foods, Inc. Greeneville,Tennessee MEMBERS SCOTT W. APPLEGATE President and CEO Tennessee Aluminum Casting Greeneville,Tennessee ELIZABETH T. AUSTIN Nashville,Tennessee CAROL BAILEY '91 Vice President-Materials Testing Nuclear TEC Knoxville,Tennessee KENNETH A. BOWMAN Technical Specialist Aluminum Corporation of America Alcoa Center, Pennsylvania D. LARRY BROTHERTON '70 Chairman, President and CEO Ortec, Inc. Easley, South Carolina TERRY EMORY BUNTROCK Williamsburg,Virginia GORDON J. CHALMERS Retired President Valmet Enerdry Knoxville,Tennessee WILLIAM J. CONVERSE President Alpine Industries Greeneville,Tennessee MRS. LAMAR C. DEMPSTER Knoxville,Tennessee

SAMUEL L. DOAK '49 Captain, U.S. Navy, Retired Greeneville,Tennessee JAMES F. DURHAM '79 Brentwood,Tennessee WILLIAM T. EDMONDS '71 Assistant Financial Aid Director Walters State Community College Morristown,Tennessee LARRY R. ESTEPP '91 Regional President First Tennessee Bank Kingsport,Tennessee TOM R. FERGUSON President Greene County Partnership Greeneville,Tennessee ALBERT H. GILES President Alltrista Zinc Products Greeneville,Tennessee ELIZABETH L. GORDONWOOD '47 Bartlesville, Oklahoma CHARLOTTE O. GRAY Retired Director Albany County (N.Y.) Probation Department Albany, N.Y. EDWARD J. HEINZ '68 Vice President Strategic Education Services Quadrant HealthCom, Inc. Secaucus, New Jersey DR. DOLPHUS E. HENRY President Tusculum College (Ex Officio) CHARLES T. HERNDON IV Partner Herndon, Coleman, Brading & McKee Johnson City,Tennessee BILL HICKERSON President and CEO Andrew Johnson Bank Greeneville,Tennessee BRANDON C. HULL President and CEO Greeneville Federal Bank Greeneville,Tennessee HUGH O. JAYNES '52 Retired Head - Department of Food Technology University of Tennessee Knoxville,Tennessee

JERALD K. JAYNES '59 Consultant Greeneville,Tennessee WALTER R. JOHNSON '71 President Universal America, Inc. President Muscle Shoals Minerals Greeneville,Tennessee EDWARD J. KORMONDY '50 Retired Chancellor Los Angeles, California HARDY LISTON, JR. Retired Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs The University of Tennessee Knoxville,Tennessee (Life Trustee) SUSAN P. LOVEN President Three Blind Mice Creations Greeneville,Tennessee WYLIE MILLIGAN Chairman LIFEndowment, Inc. Greeneville,Tennessee (Life Trustee) SCOTT M. NISWONGER '87 Chairman and CEO Landair Services, Inc. Greeneville,Tennessee WILLIAM PILLONI '60 Retired Property Manager Prudential Life Insurance Co. Glen Ridge, New Jersey J. WILEY PRUGH Retired Executive Presbyter Holston Presbytery Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Greeneville,Tennessee DONALD R. RABER President Aldebaran Financial Inc. Kingsport,Tennessee JOSEPH S. SCHWARTZ '59 Retired President Guaranteed Brake Parts, Inc. Cherry Hill, New Jersey ANGUS R. SHAW III Retired Pastor Johnson City,Tennessee JOAN BARBER SMITH '51 Former Member New York State Legislature Bolton Landing, New York

WARREN L. SNEAD President Bob Smith Construction Greeneville,Tennessee (Life Trustee) WILLIAM E. STORY '72 Cardiologist Central Florida Cardiology Clinic Winter Park, Florida R.T. SUMMERS Chairman, President, and CEO Summers-Taylor, Inc. Johnson City,Tennessee ALUMNI ADVISOR ELEANOR TOM JAYNES '51 Retired Educator Knoxville,Tennessee ALUMNI ASSOCIATION LEADERSHIP MARGARET SIMPSON GAUT '40 President Retired Educator Greeneville,Tennessee PEGGY B. BREWER '89 Vice President and President-elect Twi-Lite, Incorporated Morristown,Tennessee

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V I E W F RO M MCCORMICK

AS WE LOOK BACK ON A successful year at Tusculum College, we are also looking forward. We have entered a fiveyear strategic planning process that challenges every part of this institution to develop a clear vision for Tusculum's future and a specific plan for turning that vision into reality.

President's Notes

From the perspective of this office, what is our vision of Tusculum College as it will be in the year 2005? First and foremost, it will be a recognized community of caring individuals who, with grace toward one another, collectively embody the spirit of the Tusculum College mission. It will be an institution that does not limit its life and influence to its campuses. The confines of our campuses will be as small as our imaginations and as large as our commitment to our communities. As Tusculum College reaches outward, our communities will view Tusculum as an important partner in bettering the lives of their citizens. Tusculum College graduates will possess qualities that distinguish them among graduates of other colleges and universities. They will be recognized for their knowledge and behavioral skills, which Tusculum will have helped them attain through a constant refinement of educational programs, based on broadly approved outcomes that can be consistently evaluated. Program enhancements will be guided by clear expectations of performance and college-wide assessment measures. Tusculum graduates also will be recognized for their commitment to public service that extends from the individual's family, church, or area civic arena into one's region, state, nation and world, unhampered by differences in culture and language. Tusculum College's faculty will be distinguished by their instructional innovation, the results of which will be seen in the knowledge and skills of our

graduates. This will be the norm, not the exception. The governance structure of the college will be recognized for its simplicity, effectiveness, and ability to serve two uniquely different schools. The college's flexible calendar formats will permit time-concentrated study in some disciplines and extended study opportunities in others. Tusculum's Greeneville classrooms will be used to their limits, with as many instructional activities taking place after lunch as before. Our new library, with an array of the latest resources and technology, will significantly enhance the learning and skills of our graduates. And our faculty will be provided opportunities for self-renewal and professional development to allow them to deal with the rigors of instructional innovation. Tusculum's Residential College will be distinguished by the continuance of traditions that are the hallmark of an institution in its third century. By 2005, all members of our college community will be able to take comfort in the high quality and stability of our programs. Our larger traditional enrollment will reflect a balanced, actively engaged student body that is likely to be seen at an athletic competition, cultural event, or community service function. These students will have been attracted to Tusculum by its programs, environment, and strong sense of community. Continuing programs will continually strengthened and

new programs created in fulfillment of Tusculum's mission, and in harmony with the College's unique characteristics. Our facilities and resources will be exploited by these programs to gain the maximum benefit. Students fortunate enough to be offered admission to Tusculum College will find their college experience to be the greatest of their lives, with support coming from faculty and staff in both their curricular and extracurricular activities. The Residential College will be financially self-sufficient. Professional Studies will continue to deliver quality degree programs and continuing education in and around East Tennessee, especially to educationally underserved areas, and a greater portion of the net resources generated by this innovative adult education system will be returned to it for the continued strengthening and marketing of its programs. Professional Studies, meanwhile, will have a suitable and permanent presence among Knoxville's higher education institutions. Achieving the vision outlined above can only occur through a bold planning process that links conceptual aspects of planning with the realities of budgeting, is inclusive and encourages the input of all the College's stakeholders, is based where possible on the attainment of measurable outcomes, enables existing campus committees to participate in a meaningful way, and recognizes the ultimate authority of the Board of Trustees to approve the College's plan. Let us go together into Tusculum's future as a community enriched by our heritage and motivated by our vision.

Dolphus E. Henry President, Tusculum College

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Tusculum College is pleased to recognize friends who have established named endowment funds during the 1999-2000 fiscal year year. Endowment funds are perpetual. The principal remains intact and the interest earned each year is used for the designated purpose of the fund. A commitment of $10,000 or more is required to name an endowed fund.

THE RAY L. BOWMAN `42 ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND was established in 2000 by Ken and Jo Ellen Bowman, to be used to provide support to deserving local young people who otherwise could not attendTusculum. Ray Louis Bowman, born near Middle Creek in Greene County in 1921, entered Tusculum using a $50 bank loan. He worked as a student employee and was also active in organizations and athletics. After graduation in 1942, he served as a lieutenant in the U.S.Army Signal Corps in Britain, attached to British Army antiaircraft units near Dover, working with sonar, searchlights, and early radar. Back in the United States in 1944, he met and soon married Orva Atkinson. He worked with the U.S. Defense Department. Prior to his retirement in 1980, he was given the Exceptional Civilian Service Award, the highest award given to civilians by the U.S. government An active churchman, Ray Bowman also was a strong Tusculum supporter, sending three of his five children through the College. In 1975 he was given the Pioneer Award. He remained an active Tusculum alumnus up until his death in December of 1994. THE JOHN A. AND YOLANDA HENNESSEN SCHOLARSHIP FUND was established in 1999 for the purpose of providing scholarships to academically deserving students entering the sciences, with preference given to premedical students. John A."Jack" Hennessen was a member of theTusculum College class of 1946, and a 1948 graduate of the NewY Medical College specializing in orthopedic surgery. Dr. Hennessen joined the Air Force and served in a ork variety of positions. In 1970 he was appointed Chief Flight Surgeon by the Surgeon General of the U.S.Air Force.After retiring from the Air Force, Dr. Hennessen went into private practice. He also served as Medical Director to Alexian Brothers Medical Center in Elk Grove, Illinois, and as a consultant to Alexian Brothers Health Management System. Dr. Hennessen retired in 1991. He and his former high school classmateYolanda Cacciatore married in 1948. While in high school,Y olanda won many scholarships to study opera, and studied in several prestigious institutions. Upon her marriage to Dr. Hennessen, she gave up her music career with the exception of personal appearances as guest soloist with the Air Force Singing Sergeants. Dr. and Mrs. Hennessen maintain residences at Signal Mountain, Tennessee, and Titusville, Florida. THE KOHLER ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND was established in 2000 by William (Bill) John Kohler to provide scholarship support for deserving students at Tusculum College.William Kohler was born in 1927 and raised in Minnesota during the Great Depression. He joined the Navy in 1944 at the age of 17. After an interesting and wideranging Naval career, he attended a year of school at the University of Michigan, majoring in industrial engineering, then transferred to Ohio Wesleyan. He chose to return to the University of Michigan, however, and earned his Bachelor's Degree there. He went on to work for 25 years for theTrane Manufacturing Company and was assigned to Johnson City, Tennessee.At age 50, he co-founded Nolichucky Expeditions, a whitewater rafting company. He and his partner sold the venture in 1987 after having taken 18,000 people rafting. Bill has said that his decade in the whitewater rafting business was the most exciting time of his life. He remains active today with hobbies including duplicate bridge, golf, and table tennis. THE OLD COLLEGE MAINTENANCE ENDOWMENT was established through the trust of Estelle Farley Behan, who passed away in August of 1999 at the age of 93. Mrs. Behan was born in Chicago, Ill., in 1906, a member of the 10th generation of Farleys in America. She married Roger Palmer Behan on Aug. 30,1929. He preceded her in death in 1957. After his death, she returned to school and received a master of science degree from Butler University in 1961. In the fall of 1961, she began teaching elementary and special education students in Ketchican,Alaska. She returned to Evanston, Ill., in 1964, where she taught learning-disabled students at Highland Park School. There she metVirginia M. Pond, a childhood friend of her late husband, and they became friends. In 1971, Mrs. Behan and Ms. Pond relocated to Greeneville to establish a remedial education program at Tusculum College.After Ms. Pond's death, Mrs. Behan retired to Arizona. In 1995, she resettled near Seattle,Wash., to be near family. Her son, the late David Farley Behan, was a noted Tusculum drama teacher whose memory is honored in the name of Tusculum's theater-in-the-round on the lower level of the Annie Hogan Byrd Fine Arts Building. THE STELLA LAWING PERCY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND was established through the estate of the late Stella Lawing Percy of Johnson City and Elizabethton,Tennessee. Scholarship preferences will be given to able and deserving students from Greeneville and Greene County. Miss Lawing enteredTusculum College in 1926 before relocating two years later to Elizabethton. She married Frank Bob Percy, a businessman and later state legislator. In the early 1990s, Mrs. Percy became instrumental in Tusculum's Bicentennial Campaign. She was elected to the Tusculum College Board of Trustees in May 1992. She was a recipient of the Pioneer Award and the Distinguished Service Award. A member of First Baptist Church in Elizabethton, she was dedicated to her church as well as to many good causes in her community. On June 15, 1999, Stella Percy died at the age of 92. Her generous estate commitment and her lifetime giving places her among the Benefactors of Tusculum College. THE CLYDE E. SPENCER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND was established in 1999 by Clyde Spencer's wife, Elizabeth, and their children, in memory of Clyde Spencer.A member of the class of 1946, Clyde Spencer attended Tusculum College before and after his service in the infantry duringWorldWar II. Upon his graduation from the College, he went on to the University of Michigan and earned a Master's Degree in social work. While at Tusculum, Clyde Spencer lived in Rankin Hall, and worked in the library. In later years he recalled Dr. Ragan, Dr. Crozier, and Dr. Shanks as his favorite professors at Tusculum, citing their professional excellence in their fields and their demand of the best effort from students. He described his recollections of Tusculum as "a collage of memories culminating in a feeling of nostalgia that remains with me still." On June 22, 1999,Tusculum College was informed of the death of Clyde Spencer in Arkansas, his state of residence, by his daughter,Ann Davis.

Named Funds

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Tusculum College received the largest amount of gifts and grants in its history RECEIVED IN during the 1999-2000 fiscal year, with $7,577,423 received from College friends. The College is grateful to each friend who gave the institution a high priority during the GITS AND GRANTS year. Your generosity made a difference for the institution and the students it serves. The Honor Roll of DoThe total received for the year included gifts and pledge payments to the nors that follows lists giving Tusculum College 2000 Campaign, the 1999-2000 Tusculum Fund, bequests, the during the twelve-month period from July 1, 1999 to Partners in Ministry Campaign among the Presbyterian Churches of Holston Presbytery, and the Pioneer Club. Five named endowments were established, and one newly June 30, 2000. If you find an error in the listing of established annual scholarship. your name, please notify Trustees gave $4,522,775 personally or through trustee-influenced and the Development Office by controlled corporations and foundations. General alumni giving and faculty and staff calling Carolyn Brooks, manager of gift records and support continued strong. Corporations gave $671,449, and foundations provided research, at 1-800-729another $302,628. Bequests totaling $1,478,217 were received from the estates of 0256, ext. 258, or by friends who perpetuated their interest and support of the College through estate dropping us a note. Corconsiderations. porate matching gifts in The entire Tusculum College community is grateful for each friend who process as of June 30, 2000 are not listed in the report. responded during the year to help make the Tusculum College experience the very best Deceased friends are noted it can be for today's and tomorrow's students. by an asterisk. We appreciate very much your generosity and your partnership with Tusculum College.

$7.5 MILLION

Honor Roll

G I V I N G R E P O RT

1999-00

Trustees .................................................... $ 4,522,775 Alumni ............................................................. 375,429 Faculty-Staff ....................................................... 49,744 Friends-Parents ................................................... 98,310 Churches ............................................................ 78,868 Corporations .................................................... 671,449 Foundations ...................................................... 302,628 Bequests ........................................................ 1,478,217 TOTAL ..................................................... $7,577,420

Counting alumni trustees, alumni giving totaled $4,590,102

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TOTAL GIVING--BY YEAR

$7,577

$7,000

$6,000 $5,491

(Figures in thousands)

$5,000

$4,000

$4,247

$3,216 $3,000 $2,516 $2,282 $2,000 $2,356 $1,799 $1,523 $2,280

$1,000

$0 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00

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1999-2000 A N N UA L G I V I N G BY FUND LEVEL

BENEFACTORS OF TUSCULUM COLLEGE

($1,000,000 or More)

The Benefactors of Tusculum College are those friends who, during their lifetime, have given a total of $1 million or more or have made an irrevocable estate commitment at that level. The Benefactor level can also be reached with a combination of gifts and estate commitments totaling $1 million or more. These friends, whose impact on the present and the future of the College has been profound, have helped to transform Tusculum College into a stronger and more effective institution. The Benefactors of Tusculum College listed in chronological order: MRS. NETTIE FOWLER MCCORMICK*

AND FAMILY

MR. WILLIAM L. TREDWAY '33* MRS. HARRIET REAVES NEFF '21*

Benefactors

MRS. EDNA TATE SMITH* MR. SCOTT M. NISWONGER '87 MR. STANLEY R. WELTY, JR. '51 ALPINE INDUSTRIES, MR. WILLIAM J. CONVERSE

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MR. MICHAEL JACKSON

MRS. STELLA LAWING PERCY '30*

* Deceased

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The Benefactors: Top row, from left: Scott M. Niswonger '87, Stella Lawing Percy `30, Harriet Reeves Neff '21; second row from left: Edna Tate Smith, William L. Tredway '33, Stanley R. Welty `51 ; bottom row from left: Nettie Fowler McCormick, William J. Converse (on left in photo) and Michael Jackson of Alpine Industries.

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The Society of 1794 ($25,000 or More)

The Doak Society ($10,000 - $24,999)

The Balch Society ($5,000 - $9,999)

Members of the Society of 1794 are key friends who, through their annual commitments, help to ensure that Tusculum College continues to provide the very best in undergraduate education. These friends undergird the College at the level of $25,000 or more. In 1999-2000, eighteen such friends made leadership gifts. The College honors them by membership in the Society of 1794.

Alltrista Zinc Products Company Appalachian College Association Estate of Mr. A. T. Bayless '27 and Mrs. Lorene Hill Bayless Estate of Mrs. Estelle F. Behan Dr. & Mrs. Larry Brotherton '70 Mr. & Mrs. Gordon J. Chalmers East Tennessee Foundation Charles A. Frueauff Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Walter R. Johnson '71 J. M. McDonald Foundation Dr. & Mrs. Samuel E. Miller '35 H'98 The Charlotte W. Newcombe Foundation Ortec, Inc. Unaka Company, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. William Westervelt '69 '71 (Ann Elizabeth Parker) Estate of Mr. Robert L. White '32 Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation

The Doak Society honors friends who demonstrate a significant commitment to the College by making a gift of $10,000 or more annually. In 1999-2000, thirtyone donors were members of the Doak Society. The support of these friend helps strengthen the College's academic programs.

Alcoa Foundation Andrew Johnson Bank Bank of America Dr. & Mrs. Charles F. Betts, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. T. A. Bewley Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth A. Bowman '70 Mr. & Mrs. Kermit A. Buntrock Central Florida Cardiology Group The Clint Foundation Mr. & Mrs. James F. Durham '79 Mary G. K. Fox Foundation Mr. Anthony D. Gaess '63 H'76 Mr. & Mrs. Warren J. Gordonwood (Elizabeth Leming '47) Greene County Bank Greeneville Federal Bank Mr. Edward J. Heinz '68 Dr. & Mrs. John A. Hennessen '45 Dr. Edward J. Kormondy '50 H'97 Lawler-Wood, LLC Mrs. Nancy H. Leslie Mr. Donald G. McClintock Nolichuckey Sand Company Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Schwartz '59 '58 (Kathleen Cheek) Mrs. Martha Vaughn Sprankle Dr. & Mrs. William E. Story '72 Mr. & Mrs. R. T. Summers Summers-Taylor, Inc. SunTrust Bank, East Tennessee, N. A. Tennessee Foundation for Independent Colleges Mr. Sam Wyly

The Balch Society recognizes key friends who contribute $5,000 or more annually. The College is most grateful that an increasing number of friends are supporting the institution at this level. In 1999-2000, fiftyfive friends were members of the Balch Society, an increase of eighteen over the prior year.

Plus Mark, Inc./American Greetings Corporation Clyde B. Austin Foundation Ms. Elizabeth T. Austin & Mr. Ben H. Gray Mr. & Mrs. Phil Bachman, Jr. Bachman-Bernard Mrs.Virgie Hill Bacon '32 Mr. & Mrs. Myron Bernard Bethel Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, Tennessee Coca-Cola Bottling Company Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. Dempster (Lamar Cowan '48) Capt. & Mrs. Samuel L. Doak USN (Ret) '49 First Presbyterian Church, Elizabethton, Tennessee First Presbyterian Church, Greeneville, Tennessee First Presbyterian Church, Jefferson City, Tennessee First Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, Tennessee First Tennessee Bank Mr. & Mrs. E. Alvin Gerhardt, Jr. Miss Charlotte O. Gray Mrs.Virginia Gray Dorothy Greene Living Trust Greeneville Publishing Company Holston Presbytery, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Kingsport, Tennessee Mr. & Mrs. James E. Loven Loven, Inc. Cmdr. Charles N. McCauley USN (Ret) '41 Mr. & Mrs. Ralph N. McKnight '52 Mr. & Mrs. J. Fred Myers Mr. & Mrs. William Pilloni '60 '59 (Jane Shanks) Mr. & Mrs. Donald R. Raber Mr. & Mrs. James P. Roddy III The Katherine Collins Roddy & J. P. Roddy, Sr. Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Frederick A. Serral '52 Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Smith (Joan Barber '51 South Greene High School Academic Booster Club Wal-Mart Distribution Center Mr. & Mrs. Henri B. Weems '66 Dr. Jerome J. Weems '34

Leadership Gifts

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The Gray Society ($2,500 - $4,999)

A gift of $2,500 or more annually confers membership in the Gray Society. In 1999-2000, the Gray Society totaled fifty-five. The $2,500 figure represents the average institution-provided financial aid per student at Tusculum College.Thus Gray Society members claim a special connection with Tusculum students, for whom they help provide valuable assistance to continue their education.

Alltrista Corporation AT&T Foundation Barber & McMurry, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Harold W. Bell Mr. & Mrs. Frank M. Brogden '50 '51 (Rolien Brown) Champion Credit Union and Associates Scholarship Fund CIGNA Foundation Citizens' Scholarship Foundation of America Cold Spring Presbyterian Church, Bristol, Tennessee Don Smith Ford Lincoln Mercury The Greene County Scholarship Fund of the East Tennessee Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Walter Durham (Anna Coile '49 Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Eichele '73 Mr. Howard S. Emerick II '72 Mr. & Mrs. G. Roswell Evans '45 '44 (Juanita Holdway) First Presbyterian Church, Johnson City, Tennessee First Presbyterian Church, Morristown, Tennessee

First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, Tennessee Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Garland H '86 Mr. & Mrs. John A. Gehrm II '66 Dr. & Mrs. Joe R. Henley The Warren W. Hobbie Trust Independent Presbyterian Church, Birmingham, Alabama Dr. & Mrs. Hugh O. Jaynes '52 '51 (Eleanor Muking Tom) Mr. & Mrs. F. Harrison Lamons Dr.Vincent J. Lanteri '70 Lawson Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Leonard Associates LLC Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. Leonard Mr. & Mrs. Terry Leonard Mr. & Mrs. W. A. Maloney '38 McInturff, Milligan & Brooks Mr. & Mrs. Jerry W. Morgan Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Louisville, Kentucky Prudential Foundation Dr. David E. Reiber '41 Mr. & Mrs. Stan Ritter Rodefer Moss & CO Dr. & Mrs. Craig A. Shepherd Mr. & Mrs. Don Smith Col. & Mrs. Harry Starnes USAF (Ret) '44 '45 (Phyllis Welch) Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Stokes Superior Business Associates Mr. & Mrs. James V. Tomai, Jr. '44* Mrs. Betty James Van Blarcom '47 Vaughn & Melton Watauga Avenue Presbyterian Church, Johnson City, Tennessee Waverly Road Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, Tennessee H. S. Williams Company, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. David L. Wooley WSMG RADIO

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Membership in the President's Club is reserved for those special friends who contribute $1,000 or more annually. One of the major sources of support for the College, the President's Club membership totaled 202 in 1999-2000. Tusculum College recognizes this support by inviting these key friends to the President's Dinner, which is held each spring.

President's Club

The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Air-Maze Corporation Mr. J. Clement Allison Mr. & Mrs. Bill Andrews Antique Automobile Club of America Anonymous '38 Anonymous Dr. & Mrs. Walter Ashe Dr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Austin Dr. & Mrs. Maynard W. Austin Mr. & Mrs. Tom N. Austin The Ayco Charitable Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Clay Bailey (Carol Bailey '91) Mr. & Mrs. Ian C. Baird '60 '63 (Gail Brunner) Dr. & Mrs. Lloyd Barnes Dr. & Mrs. Thomas F. Beckner III Mrs. Marjorie Behan Bell Atlantic-New Jersey Bethany Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, Tennessee Cmdr. J. Edwin Birdwell Jr. USN (Ret) '49 Mrs. Katejean Allerton Borneman '42 Mr. & Mrs. Leonard K. Bradley Buncombe County Schools Foundation, Inc. Scholarship for Clyde A. Erwin High School Buntrock Industries Inc. Dr. & Mrs. Edward S. Campbell '75 Mr. Robert E. & Dr. Marjorie N. Hyder Cardwell '48 H'87 Century 21 Dr. & Mrs. Walter Chapman Charitable Gift Fund Mr. & Mrs. Michael T. Christian Dr. & Mrs. Douglas C. Cobble Dr. & Mrs. Ronald Cole Consumer Credit Union Carmen A. Cox Scholarship Fund City Meat Company CSX Corporation CSX Transportation, Inc. John Deere Foundation Dr. James A. DeLozier, Sr. '45 Drs. Robert & Dorothy G. Dennis Design Build Contracting Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Eddie B. Dobson '64 '66 (Imogene McCamey) Dr. Pepper/Seven Up, Inc. Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Wessley R. duBrisk Mr. & Mrs. Phil Durham Mr. Donald R. Eckelhofer '58 EcoQuest International Mr. Richard E. Eddy Mr. William T. Edmonds '71 Elks National Foundation Dr. & Mrs. Luke Ellenburg, Jr. Dr. Mary Beeson Ellison '37

Erwin Presbyterian Church, Erwin, Tennessee Evans Office Supply Company Fellowship of Christian Athletes of Northeast Tennessee/Southwest Virginia Mr. Doug Fezell The Flower Shoppe Mrs. Priscilla Watts Foulk '50 Dr. & Mrs. Douglas Freels Mr. Gene P. Gaby '64 Dr. & Mrs. Jerry L. Gehre The General Educational Fund, Inc. Reverend & Mrs. Frank M. Gentsch, Jr. '61 '62 (Sally Goodman) Mr. & Mrs. Albert H. Giles Grace Foundation Greene County Tire & Supply Greeneville Oil & Petroleum Greeneville Pediatric Clinic Ms. Susan R. Harkins-White Mr. R. Philip Hart '68 Mrs. Margaret Park Hashe '33 Mr. Michael L. Hayes '88 Dr. & Mrs. Joe R. Henley Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Herndon IV Dr. Suzanne T. Hine Mr. M. Edward Hoffmeyer Mr. & Mrs. Bruce C. Howell '66 Miss Dorothea A. Huber '50 Mr. Herbert Wayne Hughes '90 Dr. James E. Hurley '50 Mr. & Mrs. Jerald K. Jaynes '59 Lt. Col. Jack H. Jenkins USAF (Ret) '50 Mrs. Debbie Johnson Dr. & Mrs. James Johnson Mr. R. Allen Johnson '81 Mr. & Mrs. Gregg K. Jones Mr. & Mrs. John M. Jones, Sr. (Martha Arnold Susong '35) Mr. & Mrs. John M. Jones, Jr. Jonesborough Presbyterian Church, Jonesborough, Tennessee Mr. H. Karl Juelch '53 K-VA-T Food Stores, Inc./Food City Kiser Funeral Home Mr. Andrew Kmetz '35 Dr. Josef Kolenski '47 H'97 Dr. William C. Lady '49 Mr. Charles L. Lain '53 Lake Tansi Village Property Owners' Association, Inc. Dr. & Mrs. Herbert J. Lamons, Jr. '48 Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Lapsley '66 Reverend Barbara Morgan Laucks '66 Dr. Hardy Liston, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Rhoderick B. MacLeod '62 Mrs. Janet A. Nichols MacPeek Mr. Eric McClelland McDonald's Dr. & Mrs. Richard McGill Mr. Alex McLean

Mr. Dan McLean Mrs. Irene McLean Mr. Ralph E. Maines '51 Masonic Foundation of Utah, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. John E. Mays Dr. & Mrs. Michael Menz Estate of Dr. Elva Shipley Meyer '28 Dr. & Mrs. Charles A. Montgomery Dr. & Mrs. James Montgomery Ms. Christine Morgenweck '76 Miss Lenore A. Murdock '41 The Corporation for National Service Scholarship Fund New Bethel Presbyterian Church, Piney Flats, Tennessee North American Philips Corporation Mrs. Jean E. Oakes Olcott '52 Mr. Daniel J. Olmstead, Jr. '60 Mrs. Miriam Card Overton '42 Dr. & Mrs. Mark D. Patterson Dr. & Mrs. Manning M. Pattillo, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. James M. Pensinger, Sr. Phillips Petroleum Foundation Mrs. Dorothy DeSimone Pitts '41 Popcorn Video Miss Jean Prescott '38 Mrs. Betty Brown Pride '56 Professional Vending Services Reverend Dr. J. Wiley Prugh H '91 Ratterman Shell Scholarship Fund Dr. & Mrs. Peter Reardon Mr. Duane R. Richardson '74 Dr. Charles E. Rigby, Jr. '40 Mr. & Mrs. Berthold O. Ripley '42 '44 (Vivian Cobble) Mr. Robert R. Riser '62 Mr. & Mrs. Roy D. Robinson (Judy Sauceman '75) Dr. & Mrs. James S. Rodgers Rogersville Presbyterian Church, Rogersville, Tennessee Mr. & Mrs. Samuel P. Roller '49 '49 (Nan Jean Thomas) Rotary Club of Asheville Fund Mr. & Mrs. George P. Ryan, Jr. '75 Mr. Henry R. Schoebel '47 Mr. David Scott '40 Dr. & Mrs. W. Joseph Scott '79 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Scull Dr. & Mrs. Donal J. Sexton, Jr. Reverend Dr. & Mrs. Angus R. Shaw III Dr. John B. Shorrock '67 Dr. & Mrs. William J. Smead Mr. Hubert C. Smith, Jr. '53 Mr. & Mrs. John H. Snyder Sprint Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Stallard '56 Dr. & Mrs. E. Brad Strange Lt. Col. & Mrs. John B. Strange USAF (Ret) '58 Dr. & Mrs. Robert M. Strimer Dr. Edwin J. Stuart Students In Free Enterprise

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The annual President's Dinner is the occasion upon which the Distinguished Service Award is presented to an individual who has demonstrated an extraordinary level of commitment and service to Tusculum College.The honoree at the 2000 President's Dinner was Harrison Lamons, one of Tusculum's Board of Trustees members. He was presented the award by Thomas Garland, who at the time was interim president of Tusculum.

Dr. & Mrs. Harry Stumm Mr. & Mrs. William A. Sullivan (Mary Thomas '39) Dr. & Mrs. James Swenson Mr. Daryl W. Thompson '57 Mr. & Mrs. John Thompson Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church, Greeneville, Tennessee Tri-City Bank Triton Athletic Booster Club Turrell Foundation Mr. John A. Tweed Unaka Scholarship Foundation, Inc. UAW-GM Scholarship Program for Dependent Children United Cities Gas Company Vermont Student Assistance Corporation Gen. John W.Vogt USAF (Ret) '43 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J.Vogt '53 '56 (Mary Kathleen Kelly)

Vulcan Materials Company The Wagnalls Memorial Scholarship Fund Wal-Mart Foundation Wal-Mart Foundation Scholarship Fund Dr. & Mrs. Jerry F. Ward (Carolyn L. Ward '88) Warehouse Logistics LLC Dr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Webster Mr. & Mrs. Frank T. Wheeler Mr. John Whitelaw, Jr. '49 Mr. & Mrs. Billy R. Williams Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Williams Dr. George H. Williams III '62 Dr. & Mrs. James Ronnie Williams Mr. & Mrs. Mark Williams Ms. Anna Durham Windrow M. B. Wit Company Mr. & Mrs. Mike Witt Mrs. Kathryn Coleman Wood '77

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The Patrons Club of Tusculum College recognizes friends who make an annual gift of $500 or more to the College. These friends are helping to improve the programs of Tusculum College through their support. In 19992000, the Patrons Club membership increased from the prior year's total by fifteen donors, reaching the total of 152.

Patrons Club

The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Roger Abramson, Jr. '64 '65 (Sanda Montgomery) Mr. & Mrs. Peter Rodder Allen '58 '60 (Eugenia Einstein) Alpha Delta Kappa, TAU Chapter Scholarship Fund American Business Women's Association, Holston River Chapter Mr. & Mrs. Gary N. Anderson Anonymous Mrs. Elizabeth A. McLaughlin Bahr '51 Dr. Robert H. Bailey '48 H'84 Mr. & Mrs. Lynn J. Battle '62 '62 (Jane E. Rausch) Mrs. Elizabeth Lee Gilman Bellinger '42 Mr. Edgar A. Bergholtz '50 Mr. & Mrs. Joe L. Bewley '45 Blountville Presbyterian Church, Blountville, Tennessee Mrs. Margaret Barr Bodtke '42 Mr. & Mrs. Sean M. Bride '94 '95 (Angela Alt) Ms. Katherine Tipton Brown Mrs. Marilyn McLain Brownyer '42 Dr. L. C. Bryan '24 Dr. Thomas F. Byrd III '77 Mr. & Mrs. Keith L. Campbell (Jane Woodruff '75) Mrs. Peggy Carson Cheezem '47 CNF Transporation, Inc. Scholarship Fund Consolidated Edison Company Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Cook Mrs. Helen Lee Copenhaver '42 Mr. & Mrs. Paul W. Cordova '50 '49 (Edna Griess) Mrs. Arlene Dell'Aquila Corliss '58 Covenant Presbyterian Church, Johnson City, Tennessee Mr. Robert Dalzell, Jr. '49 Mrs.Victoria Seney Daniel '67 Mr. Samuel D. Dean '64 Dr. & Mrs. Mark R. Doman Grand Chapter Order of the Eastern Star of Utah Fairmount Presbyterian Church, Bristol, Tennessee Dr. & Mrs. James B. Fields Ms. Patricia A. Ford '65 Mr. & Mrs. Richard D. Francis '76 '75 (Jean Marie Ryan) Dr. A. Daniel Freeman Greene Coach Company Mr. Thomas R. Greenfield '71 Mr. & Mrs. James J. Hamer '96 '95 (Amy L. Townsend) Mr. & Mrs. John H. Hankinson, Sr. '39 Mrs. Agnes Mayes Hartsell '47 Mr. & Mrs. Buddy C. Hawk '65 '68 (Jeanette Cannnon)

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel A. Hawk '99 '97 (Amy Bible) Mr. & Mrs. David B. Hawk '89 '97 (Julia Ann Russell) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Head '51 Dr. David A. Hendricksen Mr. Chester Hill '50 Mr. & Mrs. Stuart A. Hoeke Mr. & Mrs. Leo J. Holihan '78 '78 (Jeanne Schoebel) IBM Corporation Mr. Robert J. Jaeger '59 Mr. Eddie B. Jeffers '64 Jennie Moore Memorial Presbyterian Church, Flag Pond, Tennessee Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Jones, Sr. '95 Mr. John Kahrs, Jr. '50 Dr. Morris E. Katz '37 Mrs. Marilyn L. Griess Kellar '50 Kemper Group Keystone Presbyterian Church, Johnson City, Tennessee Mr. Jerry E. Kidd Mr. & Mrs. John E. Kiefer '50 '50 (Jean Syrett) Mr. & Mrs. Jack B. Kilday '57 Kiwanis Club of Greeneville Kiwanis Club of Madison Mr. & Mrs. Wilbur E. Kriete '58 '58 (Charlotte Craig) Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Lane, Jr. The Arthur K. and Sylvia S. Lee Scholarship Foundation Mr. John J. Leitner '52 Lilly Industries, Inc. Mr. A. Keith Livingston Lockheed-Martin Corporation Foundation Dr. Alice C. Loftin & Mr. Donald H. Miller Mr. & Mrs. Douglas H. Long McKesson Foundation, Inc. Mr. Warren Keith Mahoney '47 Mrs. Cindy Smith Matheny '69 Mr. S. Jerry Mayer '74 Mrs. Josephine Jaynes Mills '37 NAPCO Mr. Tony & Dr. Melanie G. Narkawicz Mr. William L. Newkirk, Jr. '44 Newport Presbyterian Church, Newport, Tennessee Miss Doris A. Niemeyer '52 Mr. & Mrs. David A. Nyholm '62 '62 (June Gieselberg) Dr. Frederic D. Ogden '38 Mr. & Mrs. Duke W. Okes '86 '99 (Nancy Lee) Ms. Park Overall '81 Mr. James A. Owen '60 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen D. Parks '64 '66 (Susan Jagel) Mrs. Evelyn Patterson

Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Poole '92 '92 (Christina McLaughlin) Presbytery of Western North Carolina, Mount Holly, North Carolina Preston Hills Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, Tennessee Drs. John D. & Marianne M. Reiff Mr. Thomas F. & Dr. Andrea Sanders Mrs. Margaret McCarthy Satterly '46 Mr. Stuart R. Schwartz '67 Miss Janet C. Sell '68 Sharptown Lions Club Mr. & Mrs. Ken Sherwood Dr. Carl Shetzley '44 Mr. & Mrs. C. Earle Shotwell '47 '45 (Meldrum Shanks) Mr. Kesler D. Simpson '51 Mr. & Mrs. Myron J. Smith, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John D. Snyder Southeastern Association of Educational Opportunity Program for Scholarships Lt. Belinda Bakalla Spohn USN '88 Sprint Mr. Malcolm G. Stevenson '51 Mr. & Mrs. Don B. Stout '90 '96 (Nancy Miller) Strawberry Plains Presbyterian Church, Strawberry Plains, Tennessee The Tailor Shop Mrs. Shirley A. Ruhe Tatem '51 Mrs. Eileen Kidney Tooker '42 Triton Educational Foundation Mr. Robert W.Van Wyck '51 Dr. & Mrs. Peter Wadewitz '56 '57 (Lois Hammer) Mr. Duane R. Walker '62 Mr. Kenneth R. Wander '52 Weavexx Reverend Dr. & Mrs. Stephen R. Weisz Mr. & Mrs. George A. Westbrook '49 '49 (Evelyn Tripp) WGRV-WIKQ Radio Mr. Carroll R. Whaley '52 Ms. Annie-Laurie Wheat '71 Reverend & Mrs. J. D. Whitesides Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Society Scholarship Dr. & Mrs. Lyle Yorks '68 '69 (Joanne Griffin)

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Faculty Club

The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Eugene Allbrooks '53 Mr. & Mrs. Jim C. Allen '96 '97 (M. Jane Allen) Mrs. Ruth Edwards Anderson '34 Andrew Johnson Inn Ann's GreeneHaus Anonymous (4) Appalachian Chiropractic Center Mr. Francis H. Aucremann Audio Visual Electronics, Inc. Mr. Jack Barker '48 Mrs. Ellen Hopson Bell Bestfoods Bird and Isbell Partnership Mr. Alfred Booth III '60 Mr. & Mrs. Bruno Borja '99 '98 (Lydia J. Taylor) Ms. Josephine D. Boswell '67 Mr. Darren K. Bowers '82 Ms. Lisa M. Bowers '96 Mrs. Mary Lee Harrison Bowman '38 Mrs. Peggy B. Brewer '89 Mr. Oliver Burkey '48 Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Burns Mrs. Fern Roberts Butler '55 Captain D's of Greeneville Cedar Creek Presbyterian Church, Greeneville, Tennessee Mr. James H. Cerven '69 Champion International Corporation Mrs. Maud McCombe Christ '45 Mr. Kenneth D. Collins '64 Colonial Heights Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, Tennessee Col. & Mrs. Norman I. Condit USAF (Ret) '40 '42 (Janet Adams) Corinthian Lodge No. 414 F&AM Corley's Pharmacy, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Gerald T. Couch Cove Creek Presbyterian Church Roan Mountain, Tennessee Mr. Michael A. Crase '89 Lisa Crum State Farm Agent Mr. Joseph N. D'Auria '59 Days Inn Mrs. Ellen Simpson Deane '78 Mr. Frank T. DeBusk Mr. Charles E. Del Camp III '71 Doak Ruritan Club Dr. Judith E. Kofroth Domer '61 Mr. Howard Doscher '60 Mr. David M. Dowling '94 Mr. & Mrs. Dan Duggar '69 '71 (Linda Brown) Mr. Oscar M. Dugger '35 Mr. Henry & Dr. Deborah L. Dunn Mr. Kenneth G. Earl '98 East Tennessee Forest Products Mr. & Mrs. Mark C. Easterly Mrs. Mary Lou Winant Edens '60 Mrs. Sharon L. Elkins Dr. Luke L. Ellenburg, Sr. '37 Mr. & Mrs. James A. Emory

Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Eramo '55 Erin Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, Tennessee Mr. & Mrs. Fred W. Eschweiler '67 '68 (Cheryl C. Sykes) Exxon Education Foundation Mr. Billy R. Fellers '64 Dr. & Mrs. Donald J. Fernbach '48 First Christian Church, Johnson City, Tennessee Mr. Donald Follett '50 Dr. James W. Gamble, Jr. DDS Mr. Robert E. Gardner '68 Ms. Ann Gaut Ms. Elizabeth M. Gerhardt Mrs. Amanda Bettis Graves '95 Greene County Fishing and Hunting Club Dr. Thomas B. Greer '50 Mr. & Mrs. James Gregg '86 '88 (Carolyn S. Gregg) Mr. & Mrs. John S. Hallett, Jr. '71 '71 (Barbara Du Bois) Mr.Van J. Hamilton Hartford Insurance Group Dr. Carol W. Hartman Mr. Edward L. Heinz '42 Mrs. Betty Beeson Helms '44 Mrs. Wanda Ibisch Higbee '38 Ms. N. Jean Hixon Mr. & Mrs. Michael W. Hollowell '90 Mrs. Jean Ritter Holsten '57 Miss Adrienne E. Hommell '56 Hopewell Presbyterian Church, Dandridge, Tennessee Mr. Arthur Hopson Mr. Richard Hopson Mr. Tom Hopson Howard's Pharmacy Mr. & Mrs. C. Sheridan Jackson '62 '61 (Sandra Sandlin) Mr. Thomas R. Jaros '65 Jefferson County High School Scholarship Program Jefferson-Pilot Foundation Jerry Hall Realtors Jewelers Market, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Bill J. Jones Dr. & Mrs. David B. Jones Mr. Richard A. Kenney '55 Mr. Walter J. Keys '70* Col. Jo Anne Kilday USMC (Ret) '59 Mr. Robert W. King Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. Koehler Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Kuwalik, Sr. '54 Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Lake '48 '43 (Katharine Ray) Mr. Henry L. Lange '66 Mrs. Janet Field Lee '46 Mr. Randy Lee '87 Mr. Harry E. Leonard '51 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Lewis Lyco Trophies & Awards Dr. Kirpal S. Mahal

Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Manners '60 '61 (Mary MacFarland) Mrs. Mildred Self Masengill '44 Mr. Elton Bruce Mather '98 Mrs. Marian Painter McGlory '41 Mr. & Mrs. John P. McNaught, Jr. '71 '73 (Rita Mastrolia) Mr. Roy Mecke Mrs. Barbara Meeh Reverend & Mrs. R. Carl Menkens '58 '58 (Patricia Kreeger) Mr. Rance Merkel Mrs. June Barrett Mittman '45 Dr. Michael C. Monger, D.D.S. Mr. Harold L. Moore '86 Mrs. Jane Lovvorn Morse '77 Mrs. Jane Nicklin Moss '52 Mr. & Mrs. William H. Moss MTD Mrs. Joyce A. Hall Munro '44 Mutual of New York Foundation Reverend Philip N. Nelson '43 Mr. Robert Nuttall Mr. & Mrs. Aahmes T. Overton '38 Pacific Scientific Package Express Centers, Inc. Dr. Steve Palinchak '36 Mr. William N. Patton '47 Mrs. Nancy Snipes Peeples '57 Mr. Michael S. Petro '76 Mrs. Jeanne Campbell Pflum '43 Pinecrest Cleaners Pioneer Market Mrs. S. Brye Henderlight Powers '89 Presbyterian Women of the Presbytery of Western North Carolina Public Service Electric & Gas Ms. Anna L. Quillen '46 Mr. Dale M. Quillen '50 Reverend Harold A. Rainey '66 Reedy Creek Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, Tennessee Ms. Caryl Robinson '48 Ross Appliance & Furniture Dr. David W. Saylor '73 Mr. Richard N. Scott '77 Mr. & Mrs. Norman J. Seher (Joy Dauerty '43) Mrs. Eileen P. Williams Setera '57 Mr. John E. Shanks '54 Mr. James Pat Shannon Dr. Ruth M. Sharp Mr. Jack E. Shaw '53 Mrs. Marian Gray Shelton '45 Mr. Walter H. Shepherd III '65 Mrs. Alva W. Shipe '97 Mr. Gregory C. Smith '67 Mr. John R. Spicer '65 Reverend Joseph D. Stanley '52 Mr. & Mrs. Carl E. Starnes '50 '52 (Joan Becker) State Farm Companies Foundation Stone Mountain Carpet Mill Mr. Davis P. Stroud

The Faculty Club honors friends who give $250 or more to the College annually. This group of friends provide an increasing amount of assistance to the College. During the 1999-2000 year, membership in the Faculty Club totaled 214, up from last year's total of 198.

Membership in the Century Club is awarded to those friends of the College who contribute $100 or more annually.The largest honor gift club at Tusculum College, the Century Club totaled 471 in 1999-2000, an increase by fiftythree donors over the prior year.

Century Club

Susong Pharmacy, Inc. Mr. Charles Wayne Susong Mr. & Mrs. George Sydnor (Rebecca Ann Sydnor '98) Telcordia Technologies Tuckaleechee United Methodist Church, Townsend,Tennessee Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Tunstall (Faye Carter '58) Mrs. Lucille Brangwin Van Horn '51 Mrs. Joanna Smith Venable '38 Mrs. Helen Morgan Vogt '50 Mr. Joseph Kelly Vogt '83 Mr. & Mrs. Frank R. Wall Mr. Michael W. Wallace '68 Ms. Bette J. Hendrickson Walsh '64 Mrs. Mary Moore Walsh '39 Weems Excavating & Paving Company Mrs. Toni Jones Weems '63 Mrs. Janet B. Adams Welty '52 West Ridge Presbyterian Church, Mount Carmel, Tennessee Dr. & Mrs. Ray E. Wheeler '60 '60 (Betty Cheek) Ms. Angela T. White '77 Mrs. Joanna I. White Mr. & Mrs. Douglas R. Wilder Mr. John P. Williams '95 Ms. Roxanne M. Wise '75 Mr. Philip A. Wright, Sr. '42 Mr. Harold Wyckoff '50 Mr. & Mrs. Michael W.Yeazel '94 '93 (Amy Welch) The Hon. Ralph P. Zehler '47 Mr. Kenneth W. Zeller '60 The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Darla S. Adcock '97 Mr. & Mrs. Frank W. Adis '73 '73 (Denise Axelrod) Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. Mr. William D. Alexander '55 Mr. Christopher E. Allen '97 Mrs. Helen Armitage Allen H '79 Mr. Darrell W. Alley '90 American National Can Company Amity Presbyterian Church, Greeneville, Tennessee Anonymous '87 Anonymous Mr. Paul D. Atwood '62 Mrs. Katherine Bell Austin '47 Dr. & Mrs. David King Aymond Mr. Andrew A. Balog '59 Bank of America Foundation Mr. James A. Barger '88 Dr. Sharon L. Barkdoll Mr. Daniel P. Barnett BASF Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Stanley D. Battle '52 '51 (Eloise Johnson) Mr. Ronald C. Beck '50 Mrs. Alice Roughgarden Becker '48

The Hon. Francis X. Becker '47 Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Bell '66 '68 (Alma Vallery) Mrs. Ella A. Prochnau Benjamin '37 Mrs. Gloria Mangum Berthelsen '51 Mrs. Barbie Stair Bigelow '82 Mrs. Mary Hughes Carmichael Birdseye '42 Mr. & Mrs. Worley S. Bishop, Jr. '63 '64 (Martha Bass) The Black & Decker Corporation Ms. Dixie J. Blake '65 Mrs. Madelyn K. Blevins '90 Mr. Randall C. Blevins Ms. Lucile Bogart '34 Dr. Robert E. Bogue '36 Dr. Antonio Bos Mrs. Jane Anne Boyd '72 Dr. & Mrs. Norman L. Boyles '54 '53 (Roselynn Smith) Mrs. Mary Sue Kite Brakebill '57 Mr. Lester E. Brew III '71 Mrs. Carolyn J. Brooks Mrs. Mary Alice Dickson Browder '47 Ms. Barbara A. Brown '77 Mr. & Mrs. James W. Brown '53 '41 (Margaret Garrett) Dr. James D. Bruton '48 Mr. Corey P. Burns '74 Ms. Michol Byanski Employees of C-Power Products, LLC Mr. David P. Callahan '96 Dr. James T. Campbell, Jr. '41 Mrs. Lanthe Rush Campbell '28 Mr. Reginald S. Capers '91 Mr. Thomas C. Cates '92 Celanese American Foundation Center for Bariatric Medicine Mr. Ronald S. Chmielewski '71 Ms. Katherine L. Christiana '72 Dr. Gregory W. Church Mr. Santo Cicirello '63 Dr. William H. Clampitt Mrs. Rose M. Clardy '86 Mr. William H. Clarke '61 Mr. Homer H. Clevenger '54 CNA Surety Corporation Mr. A. Willard Cobb '51 Mrs. Jessie Lunsford Cole '61 Mrs. Honey Wilson Colella '57 Dr. D. Ray Collins '65 Mrs. Joyce S. Combs Convergys Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. William F. Cook '84 '83 (Mariruth A. MacQueen) Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Coolidge Miss Della M. Cortner '34 Dr. Mary C. Cortner '35 Dr. Doak C. Cox Mr. Richard H. Cox Mr. William H. Cressler, Sr. '62 Mr. Don Croes '71 Lt. Col. & Mrs. Clyde C. Crosswhite USAF Mr. Scott Crowder-Vaughn

Reverend William O. Culton '65 Mr. William G. Curtis '43 Mr. Robert A. Cutshaw '91 Mr. & Mrs. Aubrey D. Dacus, Jr. Mrs. Andrea K. Susong Daniels '69 Mrs. Lucille Stephens Darden '48 Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Darrah '54 '56 (Virginia McCalla) Mr. & Mrs. Carl Davenport, Jr. '64 '64 (Barbara Banks) Mr. Edwin P. Davis '50 Mr. & Mrs. Ralph C. Davis Mrs. Sue Wade Davis '66 Mr. James De Baun '57 Ms. Glenda DeLozier '92 Delta Electrical Contractors Mr. & Mrs. Arthur E. DeSimone '40 The Dexter Corporation Ms. Ruth B. Doak Mrs. Bonnie Hickman Doroshow '44 Mr. & Mrs. George W. Doughty '39 Mr. James H. Dunbar III '66 Miss Janet L. Earl '69 Eastside Garden Club Mr. Darius Vincent Eaton, Jr. '86 Mr. Ernest C. Echols '72 John C. Echols Memorial Fund Reverend Robert B. Edson '63 Mr. & Mrs. Carl Edwards (Lynda Collins '68) Ms. Dixie L. Efird '97 Elbert Kinser Detachment U. S. Marine Corps League Mrs. Linda Waddell Erwin '63 Mrs. Patricia Weiss Estes '49 Federated Department Stores Mrs. Anne Coriell Fee '45 Dr. Betty J. Heck Fendley '51 Mrs. Dorothy Self Fernsler '41 The Fields' Family Scholarship Fund Mr. Steven W. Fields '89 First Presbyterian Church, Lewisburg, Tennessee First Tennessee Bank, Memphis, Tennessee Lt. Cmdr. Laurens H. Fish '26 Ms. Terry A. Flannery-Schillo '96 Mr. John Robert Fleenor '51 Mr. Daniel Foell III '68 Mrs. Sandy Fillers Ford '95 Mr. & Mrs. David Harold Foshie '75 '75 (Sherry Wilds) Mr. Douglas W. Foucheaux '94 Reverend Dr. & Mrs. Lewis W. Fowler, Jr. Mrs. Irene Bolton France '41 Mrs. Susan Hughes Freeman '71 Mr. & Mrs. Clifford D. Fry '49 '43 (Evelyn Carter) Mrs. Margaret Simpson Gaut '40 General Electric Foundation Mrs. Karla Niswonger Gentry '95 Mr. & Mrs. John Thomas Gerig Mrs. Kathleen Gaynor Goetschius '45 Mrs. Lori Bellar Goodin '90

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Mr. & Mrs. Arthur P. Graham '56 '54 (Barbara Zimmer) Mrs. Pearl Pomeroy Grapentine '48 Mrs. Betty Weems Gray '62 Mr. George R. Greear '49 Greeneville Jr. Women's Club Mrs. Pat Yeary Griggs '30 Reverend Dr. & Mrs. Robert G. Grigsby H'92 Ms. Mary Lou Grooms Mrs. Linda E. Moore Gudzunas '66 Mr. David B. Haley '74 Mrs. Kathy J. Donaldson Hall '96 Mr. Rondal E. Hamilton '82 Dr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Hamilton '63 '65 (Judith Adams) Mr. & Mrs. John Hardin Mrs. Muriel Fisher Hardy '48 Mr. Robert C. Harris '40 Mr. Dale W. Harrison '67 Col. & Mrs. Dennis J. Harron USA (Ret) Mrs. Margaret A. Maracle Hartman '58 Mrs. Eleanor Crymble Hauschild '49 Dr. & Mrs. Clifford J. Hayes '70 '69 (Pamela Stallings) Mr. & Mrs. Hugh W. Headrick '49 '49 (Getta Jane Allen) Mr. Anthony W. Heberton '66 Hebron Presbyterian Church, Jefferson City, Tennessee Mr. & Mrs. John A. Heffernan, Jr. Ms. Rebecca L. Henderson '84 Mrs. Jane Curtis Henderson '40* Mr. Richard J. Hickey '58 Mr. David A. Hinman '71 Mr. Kenneth W. Hirsch, Jr. '62 Mrs. Roberta Stevenson Hobson '43 Mrs. Teresa W. Holland '91 Mrs. Helen Beal Holmes '43 Mrs. Charlotte Arnott Horner '59 Mr. & Mrs. Kirk D. Horner '80 '82 (Mary Ellen Weesner) Mrs. Tracy L. Horner '00 Dr. & Mrs. John E. Horvath '63 '63 (Kathryn Kirchmyer) Mr. Joe G. Howard '62 Dr. Roland J. Howard, Sr. '57 Mrs. Erin Eisert Howe '79 Mr. & Mrs. Clarence F. Howell, Jr. '50 '55 (Joyce Shelton) Dr. Sara Lippard Hoyt '45 Mrs. Dorothy E. Ramsey Hubbard '32 Mr. George T. Hubbard, Jr. '64 Mr. Guy C. Icangelo '49 Ms. Anne Jacobe '77 Mrs. Mary Ruth Armstrong Jeffers '49 Mr. Joseph J. Jerome '58 Johnson & Johnson Companies Ms. Caroline M. Johnston '50 Mr. Ralph B. Johnston '39 Dr. David C. Jones '66 Ms. Jill A. Jones '93 Ms. Elizabeth A. Joseph '76

Mr. Douglas M. Jump '82 Mr. J. Kermit Justis '49 Mrs. Eugenia Sheldon Kane '48 Mr. Ronald J. Keiser '50 Mrs. Debra L. Lambert Kelps '79 Mr. & Mrs. Carl H. Kennedy III '75 '73 (Deborah Ann Foster) Ms. Sandra J. Kersey '65 Ms. Kathleen A. Kidd '80 Mr. & Mrs. Gene King '60 '61* (Mary Frances Nelson) Ms. Barbara Murray Klopp '57 Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth P. Konash '74 '73 (Kathleen-Marie Shulack) Mr. & Mrs. Michael Konash Ms. JoAnn Soderquist Kramer '78 Mr. Edwin P. Krieger, Sr. '52 Mrs. Jane Dalzell Krieger '53 Mrs. Marge Bright La Forge '38 Miss Ruby I. Lamb '41 Mrs. Dorothy Dugger Lane '27 Mrs. Susan J. Palmer Law '74 Mr. H. David Lawing '61 Mr. Stephen J. Layendecker '79 Ms. Stephanie L. Lebitz '88 Dr. W. Ray Leonard '46 Mrs. Janice Jaegel Leone '63 Mrs. Margaret Schaefer Lewis '43 Liberty Presbyterian Church, Rogersville, Tennessee Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Lee Light '62 '58 (Karol Schneckenberg) Mrs. Dorothy McAmis Linebarger '44 Miss Nancy T. Lippard '48 Mr. Tom Little Dr. & Mrs. John H. Lounsbury '45 '45 (Elizabeth Carden) Mrs. Cynthia L. Lucas '97 Lucent Technologies Mr. & Mrs. Alan Mark Ludwig '73 '73 (Linda S. Crowly) Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin J. Macht '95 '95 (Kristin Franklin) Lt. Col. John H. Mack USAF (Ret) '48 Mr. Robert M. MacLaury '43 Mrs. Pamela H. Maggio Mr. Michael B. Maginnis '71 Mahoney's Mr. & Mrs. John S. Maine '48 '59 (Kathern Jaynes) Mr. Howard A. Mars '52 Mrs. Barbara Kohl Marsh '68 Mrs.Vickie A. Martha Mr. Kenneth A. Martin '94 Mr. & Mrs. John E. Masters, Sr. '36* '40* (Anna Rhea Harmon) Mr. Robert D. Matviak '74 Mrs. Millie Mauk Mr. C. T. Maxham '75 Mrs. Mary Ann Turner Maxwell '69 Reverend & Mrs. J. S. McCartt '47 '44 (Virginia Taylor) Mrs. Jean Park McGuire '32

Mrs. Betty Fields McVey '86 Reverend & Mrs. Marwood B. Meredith, Jr. '71 '71 (Katherine Van Buskirk) Mrs. Jean Heller Merikle '46 Ms. Linda Meshach '72 Mr. Robert L. Mickelson '49 Mrs. Susan Walker Mierzwa '79 Mr. Alfred Miller '39 Dr. Glenn I. Miller '65 Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Miller '43 '44 (Mildred Greenway) Mr. & Mrs. Wylie Milligan Mrs. Karma S. Woerner Minkewicz '80 Lt. Col.Valdo V. Moncada USAF (Ret) '41 Mr. Thomas Raymond Montgomery '51 Mrs. Harriet Hastings Mooradian '46 Mr. Robert V. Moore '49 Mr. Kyle D. Morrell '56 Mrs. Denise J. Lay Moseley '97 Dr. Kenneth B. Moser '54 Motorola Foundation Mr. & Mrs. William Muhlhahn '82 '84 (Terry Yanish) Mrs. Kim Lapsley Muir '68 Mr. Michael G. Murray '80 Dr. Henry R. Mushinsky '67 Mrs. Pauline Crowe Musick '57 Mr. Wayne E. Myers, Jr. '72 Mr. Richard Nakashian '58 Mrs. Frances Sizemore Neas '41 Mrs. Roberta Carmichael Nelson '44 New Hope Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, Tennessee New Providence Presbyterian Church, Surgoinsville, Tennessee Mr. Dwight H. Newman '51 Mr. John T. Nicholas III '57 Mr. & Mrs. Chet Anthony Nichols '80 '81 (Alice L. Crawford) Ms. Corinne Nicolas '95 Mr. R. H. "John" Norrell Dr. Rebecca Nunley & Mr. Richard E. Brosmore Mrs. Jane Eberhardt Nunn '46 Mrs. Joan Emerson O'Dell '77 Mr. & Mrs. Richard S. Oakey III '64 Old Kingsport Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, Tennessee Mrs. Myrna Baxley Olmstead '59 Dr. Taimi Olsen Mr. Peter A. Opstrup '65 Mrs. Juanita Reynolds Orth '58 Mrs. Frances Wade Ostergren '34 Mr. Randolph Ostman, Jr. '67 Mr. Lloyd E. Painter '69 Mrs. Annette S. Harmon Pal Ms. Sylvia E. Palmer '44 Ms. Kathryn A. Papenhausen '75 Dr. Lawrence J. Parish Mr. William E. Parker '48 Mr. Laurence H. Parks '69 Mrs. Elaine J. Pasto '96

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Mr. John P. Pastushok '69 Dr. John Paulling Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Perrine '71 '70 (Linda Meisch) Dr. David B. Peterson '67 Mr. & Mrs. Dwight Pfennig '71 '69 (Jacqueline Frisco) Mr. & Mrs. Norman W. Philcox '37 '39 (Zelda Ellis) Mrs. Helen Browning Phillips '52 Mrs. Ruth Erwin Phillips '35 Mr. Gregory M. Pielich '69 Mrs. Eleanor Seifriz Plummer '44 Mrs.Virginia Gray Polak Mr. Kevin J. Prey '70 Dr. & Mrs. Thomas D. Pruitt, Jr. '50 '50 (Shake' L. Hekimian) Mr. William R. Quinn '95 Mrs. Dorothy Rose Radany '50 Mrs. Mary Snyder Raney '39 Mr. Thomas L. Rankin '51 Col. James D. Rawlins, Jr. '61 Mrs. Marjorie Vollgraff Raynor '45 Mrs. Mary Ann Remine Rector '47 Reedy Creek Presbyterian Church, Bristol, Tennessee Mr. Glenn D. Renner '48 Mr. Jerry Ricker '97 Mrs. Genevieve Langdon Roberg '45 Ms. Sarah P. Roberto '96 Mr. Jack H. Roberts '78 Mrs. Faith W. Robertson '43 Mrs. Latrelle Woody Robinson '46 Dr. Carol L. Rogers '66 Mrs. Frances Edwards Rogers '34 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Romano '63 '64 (Suzanne Wilson) Mrs. Janice Le Long Romeo '66 Dr. Charles L. Ross '37 Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Rossi '42 '44 (Jean Thomas) Mrs. Mildred Ruland Mrs. Sylvia Carter Rumer '58 Mr. William F. Rymer Mr. Charles A. Sanders '98 Mr. & Mrs. James A. Sauceman '87 Mrs. Elizabeth MacLeod Scattergood '36 Mr. Daniel L. Schiffer '89 Dr. & Mrs. George E. Scott '54 '46 (Mary Crews) Mr. & Mrs. Stephen C. Search '74 '79 (LaWahna G. Teasley) Mr. & Mrs. Bertrum Monroe Seay '98 '95 (Jaime Denise Austin) Second Presbyterian Church, Chattanooga, Tennessee Mr. William A. Self '59 Mr. Billy R. Sentelle '97 Mrs. Kathrine J. Krebs Serritella '68 Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Settle '98 Ms. Kimberly F. Shelton '92 Mrs. Belle Flack Shipe '44 Reverend Dr. & Mrs. Hugh V. Simon H'61

Mr. Robert H. Skilton '63 Mr. Michael F. Sledzinski '90 Maj. & Mrs. Dewey L. Smith, Jr. Reverend Dr. E. Charles Smith USA '44 Mrs. Laura E. "Patsy" Smith Dr. Lynn B. Smith '40 Mrs. Mary Jo Tipton Smith '63 Ms. Olive D. Smith Mrs. Ruth Lippard Smith '42 Mr. & Mrs. William Smith '86 (Debbie Benson) Mr. & Mrs. Warren L. Snead Mrs. Mabel F. Smith Soderquist '37 Mrs. Barbara L. Best Spafford '69 Mr. George H. Stager '50 Dr. Paul A. Stellhorn '69 Mr. & Mrs. James Alfred Stewart '68 '69 (Ruth A. Thompson) Mrs. Patricia Lynn Stidham '96 Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth F. Stiritz '60 '61 (Patricia Bartow) Mrs. Nina Cantwell Styke '37 Mr. Rocco J. Surace '81 Mrs. Jean Lane Susong '55 Mrs. Ruth Bohannon Susong '48 Mr. Harold Svarplaitis '74 Mr. Frederick J. Swift '41 Mr. Glen C. Taylor Mr. Albert C. Taynai, Jr. '62 Dr. Dale A. Teague '51 Ms. Lois Teague '41 Mrs. Carrie L. Welch Teasley '96 Mrs. Jeanette Boswell Tennis '61 Textron, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Joe A. Tilson '51 '53 (Leona G. Souder) Mrs. Beth Quarm Todgham '71 Dr. Everett C. Toomey, Jr. '66 Mr. Edgar C. Torrence '32 Mrs. Cleo Treadway Tri-Angle Contractors Mrs. LueVera Moore Turner '46 Mrs. Susan Gray Tygh '65 University of St. Thomas Cameron School of Business Mrs. Leanna Taylor Van Buskirk '61 Reverend Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth C. Verran '52 '87 (Louise M.Verran) Mr. H. K. Waddell '47 Mr. James E. Walker '54 Mrs. Sue Overton Walker '48 Mr. Roddy V. Walsh, Jr. '48 Dr. & Mrs. Howard C. Walton, Jr. H'56 Mrs. Phyllis Farrell Wanger '53 Mrs. Alice Brown Washburn '46 Weaver Union Church, Bristol, Tennessee Mrs. Doris Douglass Webster '50 Mrs. Phyllis G. Webster Mr. & Mrs. Murrell D. Weesner '50 '51 (Joan Faulkner) Dr. Angela D. Gilmore West '89 Mr. David A. White '73 Capt. William R. Whorton USN (Ret) '50

Mrs. Elaine M. Ostman Wiggers '64 Reverend Dr. & Mrs. James B. Wilbanks H'92 Mrs. Edna Sparks Willard '28 Mr. & Mrs. David J. Williams Mrs. Reba D. Williams Mr. Howard R. Winkemeier, Jr. '48 Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth G. Winterbauer '73 Mr. Dennis A. Wolford '68 Mrs. Nancy Walker Worley '87

Reverend & Mrs. Donald A. Wright '53 '54 (Dorothy J. Wright) Judge & Mrs. Thomas J. Wright Xerox Foundation Ms. Linda S.Yates '89 Mrs. Olinda M. Bruss Young '68 Mr. & Mrs. Ted M. Zeller '60 '61 (Sandra Gray) Dr. Charles R. Zirkle '37 Mr. Robert W. Zura '44

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New Pioneers ($25 - $99) Mr. Dwayne D. Ackerman '95 Mrs. Candace E. Alexander '99 Mrs. Janie E. Barco '95 Mrs. Nyda A. Hoskins Bays '95 Mr. David R. Bellar, Jr. '96 Mrs.Vickie Wilson Boatman '97 Ms. Debra K. Bowling '96 Mrs. Amy M. Claxton Brantley '98 Mr. Donnie E. Breeding '99 Mr. Foster Bristol '97 Ms. Linda C. Brown '96 Mr. Frank G. Bucca '98 Mrs. Rhonda K. Sharp Burke '97 Ms. Kathy M. Campbell '98 Mrs. Donna M. Carr '99 Mrs. Betty C. Amonette Caruthers '99 Mr. Karl David Chandler '95 Mrs. Alfreda L. Cook '97 Ms. Denise F. England Cooper '99 Mrs. Shelley P. Crowe '98 Ms. Angela G. Darnell '97 Ms. Alison L. David '95 Mrs. Deborah S. Davis '97 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas S. Davis '95 '98 (Nancy Ann Davis) Ms. Wanda K. Dean '99 Ms. Joy H. DeBusk '99 Ms. Theresa A. Dickson '95 Mr. Eric M. Dilbeck '99 Mrs. Joyce C. Disney '99 Ms. Kim T. Dunbar '97 Mr. Eugene C. Dunn, Jr. '95 Mrs. Connie Sharp Elliott '95 Ms. L. Gail Eubanks '99 Mrs. Tracey Hardiman Flemmings '99 Mr. David K. Flournoy '95 Mrs. Lenore Jean Ford '96 Mr. Rodney L. Fugate '99 Ms.Vickie J. Fulkerson '97 Mrs. Lori L. Gibson '99 Mr. Larry H. Goins '95 Ms. Mary L. Golden '96 Mr. Jonathan L. Greene '97 Ms. Robin Greene '96 Ms. Judy R. Turnmire Haley '96 Ms. Amy L. Hall '97 Mr. Nathan P. Hammons '99 Mr. Greg A. Hargis '99 Mr. Jim Hartsell '95 Mr. Terry L. Heatherly '96 Mrs. Buffy D. Hensley '99 Mr. Kenneth T. Hickson '98 Mrs. Allison L. Higgins '98 Mrs. Zeni M. Hinds '99 Mrs. Kimberly Juarez Hinton '97 Mrs. Angela Raby Holmberg '95 Mr. Jason P. Holt '97 Mrs. Deborah K. Armstrong Jenkins '95 Mr. & Mrs. Walter H. Jennings '95 '94 (Linda Gale) Mrs. Laura McGuinn Jewell '98 Mr. Ron E. Jolly '95 Mr. & Mrs. C. Eben Jones II '95

The New Pioneers Club is the newest honor gift club at Tusculum College. It recognizes alumni of the College who have graduated in the last five years and who give $25 or more. In 1999-2000, the New Pioneer classes were 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, and 1999. Donors doubled over the prior year during 19992000, the club's ninth year, to 140. Tusculum College welcomes recent graduates who join in support of their alma mater.

Mr. & Mrs. Frank R. Jones '99 Ms. Rebecca Jones '95 Mrs. Pamela Myers Jordan '96 Mrs. Margaret K. Jursik '98 Ms. Connie L. King '96 Ms. Wilba M. King '96 Mrs. Carolynn F. Hipps Kinser '95 Mr. John G. Kosmak '98 Ms. Marlene Ann Lawler Langley '97 Ms. Tanya R. Light '99 Ms. Stacey R. Linkous '98 Mr. Joseph D. Lisa '98 Mrs. Anne E. Lovain '97 Ms. Johnnie E. Little Lyons '98 Ms. Gwendolyn A. Manning '97 Mr. Alan P. Martineaux '99 Ms. Erin K. Massengill '99 Mrs. Maureen Seymour McCamey '95 Mrs. Teresa D. Meade '99 Mrs. Nancy J. Mohr Meador '96 Mr. Garry D. Monhollen '96 Mrs. Barbara J. Morgan '95 Mrs. Amanda Collins Mowery '95 Mr. Travis A. Murvin '97 Mr. Stephen F. Myers '95 Mrs. Rita C. Neill '97 Mr. Timothy A. Newton '99 Mrs. Teresa M. Noe '97 Ms. Cheryl D. Norman '97 Mrs. Joyce S. Routh Norman '95 Mr. William E. Northern '97 Ms. Nina J. O'Connor '97 Ms. Kathy M. Orthmann '97 Mrs. Kimberly R. Powers Owens '99 Mrs. Almeda L. Strunk Peavyhouse '97 Mrs. Deidre L. Goodsell Pendley '97 Mr. Dennis C. Perica '96 Mrs. Marcia L. Meldahl Piety '97 Mrs. Cynthia J. Poore '97 Mr. Gary L. Portwood '98 Mr. Barry Keith Price '96 Ms. Tara L. Ratliff '99

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony T. Redmon '95 '95 (Sharon S. Redmon) Mrs. Allison L. Sexton Rhodes '95 Mr. Dwight E. Robertson '96 Mr. Bradley W. Ross '97 Mr. Anthony S. Salyer '99 Ms. Lorna F. Tauscher Shelton '98 Ms. Sherri L. Simmons '97 Mrs. Kelley M. Halcomb Simpson '97 Ms. Phyllis J. Smith '97 Mrs. Sara J. Smith '97 Ms. Kathleen F. Sorrell '96 Ms. Alana Stahly '99 Mrs. Sherrell F. Steele '95 Mr. & Mrs. Henry W. Strickland, Jr. '96 '96 (Emily Thomas) Ms. Diane M. Taylor '99 Ms. Lillie Sue Taylor '99 Mrs. Tracy L. Taylor '99 Mr. & Mrs. William Howard Thompson II '95 Mrs. Jana K. Thornton '99 Mrs. Danice E. Turpin '98 Mrs. Suzanne T. Vermillion '98 Mr. Karl R.Vincent '97 Mr. Louis M. Walden II '97 Mr. Glenn G. Walker '95 Ms. Amanda L. Walters '97 Mr. Randal A. Wheeler '96 Ms. Frances Darlene Wilcox '99 Mrs. Ann J. Williams '96 Mrs. Sharron Grimm Williams '95 Mr. Steve F. Williams '95 Mr. Thomas G. Willoughby '96 Mrs. Amy Ser Witmer '96 Ms. Deborah N. Wykle '95

In today's economy, estate planning is rapidly becoming a way for people of all ages to affect public policy through the institutions they love, while at the same time providing a secure retirement income that often outproduces other kinds of investments.

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Planned Giving

As has been mentioned in previous issues of Tusculumnus, the Heritage Club was established in 1993 to recognize the generosity of alumni and friends who have made an estate commitment to the college. This gift can range from a simple bequest to an income-producing gift such as a charitable gift annuity. These commitments, regardless of size or value, are an important source of support for the college. These gifts may ultimately increase the endowment at Tusculum College and provide scholarships to our ever-growing student body. Alumni who make a charitable gift to Tusculum College are providing students with the same opportunity that they were once offered as a result of the generosity of earlier alumni. Estate planning is the process of working to establish with an accountant, trust officer, life insurance agent, and/or other advisors an orderly and desirable arrangement for the disposition of your estate. Always remember that the primary objective of any estate plan is the fulfillment of your wishes regarding the security of your family and others whom you wish to benefit. Tax consequences, although secondary, are an important part of estate planning and are often directly related to the accomplishment of your primary goals. A well-drafted estate plan can provide benefits to you or your family and also make it possible for a substantial gift to be made to Tusculum College at a relatively low cost to you or your estate. Membership in the Heritage Club is extended to those who have notified Tusculum College of their estate intentions. Once notified we will contact you seeking permission to use your name in our publications. By allowing us to include your name you are helping us to promote this very meaningful way to remember Tusculum College. We will also work through any details concerning the intended use of your bequest. If you are in the process of creating an estate plan, we can help. If you are interested in including Tusculum in your estate we can provide information to you or your attorney pertaining to the college. We can help develop a plan for the use of the funds ranging from unrestricted use to the creation of an endowed scholarship. For more information about the Heritage Club or about including Tusculum College in your estate planning, please contact Frank Wheeler at (800) 729-0256 or [email protected] You can also use a charitable gift calculator, which is a new addition to our Web page. Once at the Tusculum web page (www.tusculum.edu) go to the alumni section and then planned giving. The gift calculator can be found there. During the past year we have had a large increase in the number of Heritage Club members. We would be honored to include you as member. Past, present, and especially future generations of Tusculum College students are thankful for your support. New Heritage Club Members Added in 1999-2000: Alumni Charles E. Clark, Jr. '66 Diane Smith Clark '67 Helen Lee Copenhaver '42 Kyle Cosner '00 Patrick J. Eramo '55 Arthur P. Graham '56 Barbara Zimmer Graham '54 Edward L. Heinz '42 Walter Keys '70 * Ralph E. Maines '51 Jean Thomas Rossi '44 Peter J. Rossi '42 Duane Walker '62 Ann Elizabeth Parker Westervelt '71 William Westervelt '69 Staff Frank T. Wheeler Friends Yolanda Hennessen Beth Clark Highsmith Paige Richards Wheeler

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Alumni Bernard W. Aginsky '27 Ruth Edwards Anderson '34 Anonymous (8) Robert H. Bailey '48 Ronald C. Beck '50 Gloria Mangum Berthelsen '51 J. Edwin Birdwell, Jr. '49 Robert E. Bogue '36 James W. Brown '53 Jane Vroman Brown '40 Margaret Garrett Brown '41 James D. Bruton '48 Maud McCombe Christ '45 Joan S. Clapp '51 Charles E. Clark, Jr. '66 Diane Smith Clark '67 Irene Crum '28* Helen Lee Copenhaver '42 Kyle Cosner '00 Sven Danielson '64 Judith Kofroth Domer '61 Veola J. Dore '57 Edna Mottshaw Durand '61 Anna Coile Durham '49 James F. Durham '79 Patrick J. Eramo '55 Barbara A. Medland Farley '78 Mabel Sheddan Faulds-Dennis '32 Ben C. Fleming '35 Frank M. Gentsch, Jr. '61 Sally Goodman Gentsch '62 Arthur P. "Pat" Graham '56 Barbara Zimmer Graham '54 Thomas B. Greer '50 Ethel Graddon Haitinger '31 Rika Hasebe '92 Anthony W. Heberton '66 Edward L. Heinz '42 John A. "Jack" Hennessen '45 Smith Higgins '43 Jean Ritter Holsten '57 Mary Eleanor Moore Hudson '33 James E. Hurley '50 Sarah C. Justice '27 Morris E. Katz '37

Walter J. Keys '70* Josef Kolenski '47 William C. Lady '49 Joan Goss Larsen '49 Paul F. Larsen '49 Peder V. Larsen '48 Jewell Smith Linfoot '30* Ralph E. Maines '51 W. A. Maloney '38 Ronald L. May '68 Marian Painter McGlory '41 Samuel E. Miller '35 Francis J. Nanarone '52 William L. Newkirk, Jr. '44 Gail P. O'Brien '62 Jean J. O'Brien '74 Bernice Boswell Offermann '61 Juanita Reynolds Orth '58 Frances Wade Ostergren '34 Miriam Card Overton '42 James A. Owen '60 Ruth Erwin Phillips '35 Marion F. Pool '71 Jean Prescott '38 Ethel Rollins Prior '33 Frederic J. Prior '34 Mary B. Purvis '53 John A. Redden '65 Jean Thomas Rossi '44 Peter J. Rossi '42 Howard G. Roth '37* George P. Ryan, Jr. '75 Stuart R. Schwartz '67 Janet C. Sell '68 Constance Parker Sinkway '52 Hubert C. Smith, Jr. '53 Marie Fleenor Squibb '38 W. Chandler Steiner '61 John R. "Jack" Stinson '47* Edgar C. Torrence '32 Lucille Brangwin Van Horn '51 Duane R. Walker '62 Sue Overton Walker '48 Bobby K. Weems '58 Mary Ann Tweed Weems '56 Stanley R. Welty, Jr. '51 Ann Elizabeth Parker Westervelt '71 William Westervelt '69 Robert L. White '32* George A. Zirkle '30

Faculty and Staff Anonymous (2) Marilyn duBrisk Wessley R. duBrisk Frank T. Wheeler Friends Anonymous (2) John A. Brabson Julia Brabson LaRue Murray Brown Walter Durham Sallie Eramo Charlotte O. Gray Yolanda Cacciatore Hennessen Beth Clark Highsmith Shirley Kane Constance Lamons F. Harrison Lamons Doris Larsen John E. Mays Nancy C. Mays Mary Agnes Edens Miller Annette S. Harmon Pal James M. Pensinger, Sr. Julia Murray Pensinger Nancy Rawles William T. Rawles John H. "Jack" Snyder Elizabeth B. Spencer Paige Richards Wheeler Sarah O. Zirkle

Planned Giving Advisory Board

ROBERT H. BAILEY '48 H '84 Attorney Baileyton, Tennessee DALLAS L. BLAIR III Vice President & Personal Trust Officer AmeriStar Investments & Trust Kingsport, Tennessee CHARLES D. FOX IV Attorney Chicago, Illinois MARILYN GRIGSBY Vice President and Trust Officer SunTrust Bank, Northeast Tennessee Johnson City , Tennessee KENNETH CLARK HOOD Attorney, Rogers Laughlin Nunnally Hood & Crum Greeneville, Tennessee RHODERICK B. MACLEOD '62 Attorney, MacLeod & Maginnis Sarasota, Florida WILLIAM H. MOSS, CPA Director, Rodefer Moss & CO Greeneville, Tennessee LLOYD E. PAINTER '69, CPA Greenville, Kentucky GEORGE P. RYAN, JR. '75 Your Money Matters Clinton, N.J. JAMES L. SURFACE Senior Vice President and Senior Trust Officer SunTrust Bank, Northeast Tennessee Johnson City,Tennessee

EX-OFFICIO

FRANK T. WHEELER Director of Planned Giving Tusculum College

*deceased

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1999-2000 GIVING BY CONSTITUENCY

GOLDEN PIONEERS 1918 - 1949 Benefactors ($1,000,000 or More) Mrs. Stella Lawing Percy '30* The Society of 1794 ($25,000 or More) Estate of Mr. A. T. Bayless '27 Dr. Samuel E. Miller '35 H'98 Estate of Mr. Robert L. White '32 The Doak Society ($10,000 - $24,999) Mr s. Elizabeth Leming Gordonwood `47 Dr. John A. Hennessen '45 The Balch Society ($5,000 - $9,999) Mrs.Virgie Hill Bacon '32 Mrs. Lamar Cowan Dempster '48 Capt. Samuel L. Doak USN (Ret) '49 Cmdr. Charles N. McCauley USN (Ret) '41 Dr. Jerome J. Weems '34 The Gray Society ($2,500 - $4,999) Mrs. Anna Coile Durham '49 Mr. G. Roswell Evans '45 Mrs. Juanita Holdway Evans'44 Mr. W. A. Maloney '38 Dr. David E. Reiber '41 Col. Harry Starnes USAF (Ret) '44 Mrs. Phyllis Welch Starnes '45 Mr. James V. Tomai, Jr. '44* Mrs. Betty James Van Blarcom '47 The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Anonymous '38 Cmdr. J. Edwin Birdwell Jr. USN (Ret) '49 Mrs. Katejean Allerton Borneman '42 Dr. Marjorie N. Hyder Cardwell '48 H'87 Dr. James A. DeLozier, Sr. '45 Dr. Mary Beeson Ellison '37 Mrs. Margaret Park Hashe '33 Mrs. Martha Arnold Susong Jones '35 Mr. Andrew Kmetz '35 Dr. Josef Kolenski '47 H'97 Dr. William C. Lady '49 Dr. Herbert J. Lamons, Jr. '48 Estate of Dr. Elva Shipley Meyer '28 Miss Lenore A. Murdock '41 Mrs. Miriam Card Overton '42 Mrs. Dorothy DeSimone Pitts '41 Miss Jean Prescott '38 Dr. Charles E. Rigby, Jr. '40 Mr. Berthold O. Ripley '42 Mrs.Vivian Cobble Ripley '44 Mrs. Nan Jean Thomas Roller '49

Mr. Samuel P. Roller '49 Mr. Henry R. Schoebel '47 Mr. David Scott '40 Mrs. Mary Thomas Sullivan '39 Gen. John W.Vogt USAF (Ret) '43 Mr. John Whitelaw, Jr. '49 The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Dr. Robert H. Bailey '48 H'84 Mrs. Elizabeth Lee Gilman Bellinger '42 Mr. Joe L. Bewley '45 Mrs. Margaret Barr Bodtke '42 Mrs. Marilyn McLain Brownyer '42 Dr. L. C. Bryan '24 Mrs. Peggy Carson Cheezem '47 Mrs. Helen Lee Copenhaver '42 Mrs. Edna Griess Cordova '49 Mr. Robert Dalzell, Jr. '49 Mr. John H. Hankinson, Sr. '39 Mrs. Agnes Mayes Hartsell '47 Dr. Morris E. Katz '37 Mr. Warren Keith Mahoney '47 Mrs. Josephine Jaynes Mills '37 Mr. William L. Newkirk, Jr. '44 Dr. Frederic D. Ogden '38 Mrs. Margaret McCarthy Satterly '46 Dr. Carl Shetzley '44 Mr. C. Earle Shotwell '47 Mrs. Meldrum Shanks Shotwell '45 Mrs. Eileen Kidney Tooker '42 Mrs. Evelyn Tripp Westbrook '49 Mr. George A. Westbrook '49 The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mrs. Ruth Edwards Anderson '34 Mr. Jack Barker '48 Mrs. Mary Lee Harrison Bowman '38 Mr. Oliver Burkey '48 Mrs. Maud McCombe Christ '45 Mrs. Janet Adams Condit '42 Col. Norman I. Condit USAF (Ret) '40 Mr. Oscar M. Dugger '35 Dr. Luke L. Ellenburg, Sr. '37 Dr. Donald J. Fernbach '48 Mr. Edward L. Heinz '42 Mrs. Betty Beeson Helms '44 Mrs. Wanda Ibisch Higbee '38 Mrs. Katharine Ray Lake '43 Mr. Robert S. Lake '48 Mrs. Janet Field Lee '46 Mrs. Mildred Self Masengill '44 Mrs. Marian Painter McGlory '41 Mrs. June Barrett Mittman '45 Mrs. Joyce A. Hall Munro '43 Reverend Philip N. Nelson '43 Mr. Aahmes T. Overton '38 Dr. Steve Palinchak '36 Mr. William N. Patton '47 Mrs. Jeanne Campbell Pflum '43 Ms. Anna L. Quillen '46 Ms. Caryl Robinson '48 Mrs. Joy Dauerty Seher '43

Mrs. Marian Gray Shelton '45 Mrs. Joanna Smith Venable '38 Mrs. Mary Moore Walsh '39 Mr. Philip A. Wright, Sr. '42 The Hon. Ralph P. Zehler '47 The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Katherine Bell Austin '47 Mrs. Alice Roughgarden Becker '48 The Hon. Francis X. Becker '47 Mrs. Ella A. Prochnau Benjamin '37 Mrs. Mary Hughes Carmichael Birdseye '42 Ms. Lucile Bogart '34 Dr. Robert E. Bogue '36 Mrs. Mary Alice Dickson Browder '47 Mrs. Margaret Garrett Brown '41 Dr. James D. Bruton '48 Dr. James T. Campbell, Jr. '41 Mrs. Lanthe Rush Campbell '28 Miss Della M. Cortner '34 Dr. Mary C. Cortner '35 Mr. William G. Curtis '43 Mrs. Lucille Stephens Darden '48 Mr. Arthur E. DeSimone '40 Mrs. Bonnie Hickman Doroshow '44 Mr. George W. Doughty '39 Mrs. Patricia Weiss Estes '49 Mrs. Anne Coriell Fee '45 Mrs. Dorothy Self Fernsler '41 Lt. Cmdr. Laurens H. Fish '26 Mrs. Irene Bolton France '41 Mr. Clifford D. Fry '49 Mrs. Evelyn Carter Fry '43 Mrs. Margaret Simpson Gaut '40 Mrs. Kathleen Gaynor Goetschius '45 Mrs. Pearl Pomeroy Grapentine '48 Mr. George R. Greear '49 Mrs. Pat Yeary Griggs '30 Mrs. Muriel Fisher Hardy '48 Mr. Robert C. Harris '40 Mrs. Eleanor Crymble Hauschild '49 Mrs. Getta Jane Allen Headrick '49 Mr. Hugh W. Headrick '49 Mrs. Jane Curtis Henderson '40* Mrs. Roberta Stevenson Hobson '43 Mrs. Helen Beal Holmes '43 Dr. Sara Lippard Hoyt '45 Mrs. Dorothy E. Ramsey Hubbard '32 Mr. Guy C. Icangelo '49 Mrs. Mary Ruth Armstrong Jeffers '49 Mr. Ralph B. Johnston '39 Mr. J. Kermit Justis '49 Mrs. Eugenia Sheldon Kane '48 Mrs. Marge Bright La Forge '38 Miss Ruby I. Lamb '41 Mrs. Dorothy Dugger Lane '27 Dr. W. Ray Leonard '46 Mrs. Margaret Schaefer Lewis '43 Mrs. Dorothy McAmis Linebarger '44 Miss Nancy T. Lippard '48 Mrs. Elizabeth Carden Lounsbury '45 Dr. John H. Lounsbury '45 Lt. Col. John H. Mack USAF (Ret) '48

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Mr. Robert M. MacLaury '43 Mr. John S. Maine '48 Mrs.Anna Rhea Harmon Masters '40* Mr. John E. Masters, Sr. '36* Reverend J. S. McCartt '47 Mrs.Virginia Taylor McCartt '44 Mrs. Jean Park McGuire '32 Mrs. Jean Heller Merikle '46 Mr. Robert L. Mickelson '49 Mr. Alfred Miller '39 Mrs. Mildred Greenway Miller '44 Mr. Patrick Miller '43 Lt. Col. Valdo V. Moncada USAF (Ret) '41 Mrs. Harriet Hastings Mooradian '46 Mr. Robert V. Moore '49 Mrs. Frances Sizemore Neas '41 Mrs. Roberta Carmichael Nelson '44 Mrs. Jane Eberhardt Nunn '46 Mrs. Frances Wade Ostergren '34 Ms. Sylvia E. Palmer '44 Mr. William E. Parker '48 Mr. Norman W. Philcox '37 Mrs. Zelda Ellis Philcox '39 Mrs. Ruth Erwin Phillips '35 Mrs. Eleanor Seifriz Plummer '44 Mrs. Mary Snyder Raney '39 Mrs. Marjorie Vollgraff Raynor '45 Mrs. Mary Ann Remine Rector '47 Mr. Glenn D. Renner '48 Mrs. Genevieve Langdon Roberg '45 Mrs. Faith W. Robertson '43 Mrs. Latrelle Woody Robinson '46 Mrs. Frances Edwards Rogers '34 Dr. Charles L. Ross '37 Mrs. Jean Thomas Rossi '44 Mr. Peter J. Rossi '42 Mrs. Elizabeth MacLeod Scattergood '36 Mrs. Mary Crews Scott '46 Mrs. Belle Flack Shipe '44 Reverend Dr. E. Charles Smith USA '44 Dr. Lynn B. Smith '40 Mrs. Ruth Lippard Smith '42 Mrs. Mabel F. Smith Soderquist '37 Mrs. Nina Cantwell Styke '37 Mrs. Ruth Bohannon Susong '48 Mr. Frederick J. Swift '41 Ms. Lois Teague '41 Mr. Edgar C. Torrence '32 Mrs. LueVera Moore Turner '46 Mr. H. K. Waddell '47 Mrs. Sue Overton Walker '48 Mr. Roddy V. Walsh, Jr. '48 Mrs. Alice Brown Washburn '46 Mrs. Edna Sparks Willard '28 Mr. Howard R. Winkemeier, Jr. '48 Dr. Charles R. Zirkle '37 Mr. Robert W. Zura '44 Sustaining Donors Mrs. Margaret Smith Arnold '44 Mrs. Lawanda Curtis Baskette '48 Mr. Adam N. Beck '39 Mrs. Roberta Berridge Borthig '48 Mrs. Frances McClanahan Brockman '49

Mr. C. R. "Skip" Brown '47 Mrs. Frances Neas Brown '46 Mrs. Mary Margaret Bell Burnett '48 Mrs. Mildred Fraley Burrell '48 Mr. Allen F. Calcote '48 Mrs. Audrey Zinser Caton '49 Mrs. Louise Carter Chamberlain '44 Mrs.Vivian Neimeyer Checkley '46 Mrs. Evelyn Rand Clark '49 Mr. King E. Cox '49 Mrs. Frances Simpson Cullison '45 Mrs. Ernestine A. Gierke Curry '36 Mr. Harold B. Dobson '41 Mrs.Velva George Duke '45 Mrs. Dorothy L. Babb Durham '38 Mrs. Antonia Alvarez Emmanuele '45 Mrs. Kathleen Myers Evans '36 Mrs. Ruth Massey Frederick '48 Mrs. Alison Davies Fuhr '48 Mrs. C. Doris Fanslau Georges '43 Reverend William C. Gifford, Jr. '46 Mr. Daniel G. Grunbeck '49 Mr. George Gunza, Jr. '48 Mrs. Jane Anderson Gunza '48 Mrs. Ethel Graddon Haitinger '31 Mrs. Mary Ruth Paxton Harmon '39 Mr. Elwood P. Hastie '49 Mrs. Dorothy Dickson Hawk '48 Mrs. Gaynelle Smithson Hebert '42 Mrs. Constance Witham Higgins '40 Mrs. Frances Lee Walker Hilles '30 Mr. Carroll R. Jones '48 Mrs.Virginia Martin Jones '41 Mrs. Patricia Carr Kittner '49 Dr. Leon Levin '38 Mrs. Imogene Walters Love '47 Mrs. Marion L.Witmer Marshall '41 Mrs. Jean Ottinger McMahan '49 Mrs. Naomi Emmons McMurtry '48 Col. Harold E. Mercer USAF (Ret) '49 Mrs. Constance Roberts Moore '44 Dr. George Moore '43 Mrs. Mary Lou Carter Neas '49 Mrs. Willie Ruth Reed Nevius '38 Mrs. Louise Britton Ottinger '48 Mrs. Martha Hall Packer '47 Mrs. Laura J. Thornburg Perkins '46 Mrs. Charlotte Anderson Peters '36 Mrs. Kathryn Baldwin Petersen '45 Mrs. Natalie Glaser Poole '48 Mrs. Dorothy Park Range '45 Mrs. Lucille Bales Reaves '49* Ms. Helen R. Reed '41* Mrs. Evelyn Walsh Reitmar '44 Mrs. Doris Smalley Riggs '38 Mrs. Ivis Howes Russell '37 Mrs. Lysbeth Waddell Saville '38 Mrs. Rita Ludtke Seywert '49 Reverend Settle M. Shaw '48 Reverend Dr. J. Castro Smith '38 Mrs. Mary Chandler Sprinkle '49 Mrs. Mary F. Byrd Stephens '41 Mr. John R. Stinson '47* Mrs.Virginia Ewing Stoffel '41 Ms. Morelle Swift Sweet '46

MESSAGE FROM THE ALUMNI PRESIDENT

Hello,Tusculum Alums! As I pause to find words to update you, I linger on the fairy tale "Cinderella."There is a real-life story at Tusculum that is even better than Cinderella's. Once you see what is taking place at "Our College," you can really say this "caps the stack." (Excuse the hillbilly expression, but do you know its meaning? It was not included in the Tusculum curriculum back in our college days! It means, "This takes the cake!") Prior to 1989, many of you know,Tusculum College was experiencing difficult times.Thanks to our "Fairy Godmother" for bringing us a "coachman" who enjoyed tremendous success: Dr. Bob Knott. Under his able leadership, and with support from his capable wife, Brenda, Dr. Knott helped turn Tusculum College's saga into a real "fairy story," and more. His multiple plans led to a renaissance and laid a foundation for more and better days to come. So naturally, the resignation of Bob Knott was a sad time for all who knew the name Tusculum College. But guess what our "Fairy Godmother" did! She found another coachman! Thank you, kind one, for sending Dr. Dolphus E. Henry, who in such a short time has endeared himself to us and who will carry forward the Tusculum story, taking the college to even greater successes. Let us now thank God not only for Dr. Henry, but also for his wife, Judy, who is another real blessing. Mrs. Lipscombe,Tusculum's Home Economics professor in the 1930s-1940s, would challenge her class with the saying: "Behind every Great Man is a Great Woman," Judy has already proven that she is there, and able.The Greeneville area welcomes the Henrys as a part of its family. We would be remiss to not also acknowledge the able guidance of Sean Bride, director of alumni relations. And to those dedicated alums who have given so generously to their college, we will forever be grateful. Indeed, our future is exciting. Our challenge as alumni is to give our full support to our new leadership.We have something to say, and we must say it loud and strong. Tusculum College is ready for the new millennium. Each new day of our history proves the need for what Tusculum's Civic Arts program has to offer. Our command is to live with each other peacefully in an age of natural resource waste.Technology has added an abundant new dimension to our knowledge. We have no choice but to keep the good and delete the bad. Our history and faith in God will help us. My words alone cannot tell you all that is happening at Tusculum College. Only seeing can be believing.The "chariot" that is Tusculum College will not transform into a pumpkin. It is real! The new Sports Center with all it amenities is only one part of what is going on.There is no end in sight for fulfilling dreams. So, folks, put on your full armor and march to your Alma Mater.Welcome back and stand "'Neath oaks that so long have stood watching." Your foot will fit the glass slipper, just like Cinderella's. My blessings to each of you.

Margaret Gaut `40 President, Alumni Executive Board

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Mrs. Betty Ryan Taylor '43 Mrs. Mary Corbett Thompson '46 Reverend Roger W. Thompson '44 Mrs. Mary Lou Lytle Townsend '49 Mr. Maynard H. Turner '48 Mrs. Ruth Kite Turner '37 Mrs. Marjorie Coolbaugh Warren '42 Dr. Norman J. Wood '47 Mr. Edward W. Woodward '43 Mrs. Betty P. Bockelman Zander '42 1950

Sustaining Donors Mr. Lon V. Boyd Mr. William L. Caton Mrs. Anna Noe Clark Mrs. Mary Fisher Kirk Mr. Dallas W. Maddron Mr. Robert A. Martella Mrs. Katherine Taylor McDaniel Mrs. Betty Smithson Parris Mrs. Helen Oakley Sherwood Ms. Margie Baker Sigler 1951

1952 The Balch Society ($5,000 - $9,999) Mr. Ralph N. McKnight Mr. Frederick A. Serral The Gray Society ($2,500 - $4,999) Dr. Hugh O. Jaynes The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mrs. Jean E. Oakes Olcott The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. John J. Leitner Miss Doris A. Niemeyer Mr. Kenneth R. Wander Mr. Carroll R. Whaley The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mrs. Jane Nicklin Moss Reverend Joseph D. Stanley Mrs. Joan Becker Starnes Mrs. Janet B. Adams Welty The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. Stanley D. Battle Mr. Edwin P. Krieger, Sr. Mr. Howard A. Mars Mrs. Helen Browning Phillips Reverend Dr. Kenneth C.Verran Sustaining Donors Dr. George E. Dunlap Dr. Donald T.Van Dam 1953 The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mr. H. Karl Juelch Mr. Charles L. Lain Mr. Hubert C. Smith, Jr. Mr. Joseph J.Vogt The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Eugene Allbrooks Mr. Jack E. Shaw The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Roselynn Smith Boyles Mr. James W. Brown Mrs. Jane Dalzell Krieger Mrs. Leona G. Souder Tilson Mrs. Phyllis Farrell Wanger Reverend Donald A. Wright

Sustaining Donors Mr. Glenn M. Eddington, Jr. Mrs. Marjorie A.Waddle Kruckeberg Ms. Carla Williams Perrin Mr. William Clyde Russell Ms. Helen Wulf 1954 Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Leonard Kuwalik, Sr. Mr. John E. Shanks The Century Club ($100 - $249) Dr. Norman L. Boyles Mr. Homer H. Clevenger Mr. Charles A. Darrah Mrs. Barbara Zimmer Graham Dr. Kenneth B. Moser Dr. George E. Scott Mr. James E. Walker Mrs. Dorothy J. Wright 1955 The Faculty Club ($250- $499) Mrs. Fern Roberts Butler Mr. Patrick J. Eramo Mr. Richard A. Kenney The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. William D. Alexander Mrs. Joyce Shelton Howell Mrs. Jean Lane Susong Sustaining Donors Mr. Neal A. Farmer Mrs. Cora Ann Leary Kirkman 1956 The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mrs. Betty Brown Pride Mr. Joseph L. Stallard Mrs. Mary Kathleen Kelly Vogt The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Dr. Peter Wadewitz The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Miss Adrienne E. Hommell The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs.Virginia McCalla Darrah Mr. Arthur P. Graham Mr. Kyle D. Morrell

The Doak Society ($10,000 - $24,999) Dr. Edward J. Kormondy H'97 The Gray Society ($2,500 - $4,999) Mr. Frank M. Brogden The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mrs. Priscilla Watts Foulk Miss Dorothea A. Huber Dr. James E. Hurley Lt. Col. Jack H. Jenkins USAF (Ret) The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. Edgar A. Bergholtz Mr. Paul W. Cordova Mr. Chester Hill Mr. John Kahrs, Jr. Mrs. Marilyn L. Griess Kellar Mrs. Jean Syrett Kiefer Mr. John E. Kiefer The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Donald Follett Dr. Thomas B. Greer Mr. Dale M. Quillen Mr. Carl E. Starnes Mrs. Helen Morgan Vogt Mr. Harold Wyckoff The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. Ronald C. Beck Mr. Edwin P. Davis Mr. Clarence F. Howell, Jr. Ms. Caroline M. Johnston Mr. Ronald J. Keiser Mrs. Shake' L. Hekimian Pruitt Dr. Thomas D. Pruitt, Jr. Mrs. Dorothy Rose Radany Mr. George H. Stager Mr. Murrell D. Weesner Mrs. Doris Douglass Webster Capt. William R. Whorton USN (Ret)

Benefactors ($1,000,000 or More) Mr. Stanley R.Welty, Jr. The Balch Society ($5,000 - $9,999) Mrs. Joan Barber Smith The Gray Society ($2,500 - $4,999) Mrs. Rolien Brown Brogden Mrs. Eleanor Muking Tom Jaynes The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mr. Ralph E. Maines The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mrs. Elizabeth A. McLaughlin Bahr Mr. Thomas M. Head Mr. Kesler D. Simpson Mr. Malcolm G. Stevenson Mrs. Shirley A. Ruhe Tatem Mr. Robert W. Van Wyck The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Harry E. Leonard Mrs. Lucille Brangwin Van Horn The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Eloise Johnson Battle Mrs. Gloria Mangum Berthelsen Mr. A. Willard Cobb Dr. Betty J. Heck Fendley Mr. John Robert Fleenor Mr. Thomas Raymond Montgomery Mr. Dwight H. Newman Mr. Thomas L. Rankin Dr. Dale A. Teague Mr. Joe A. Tilson Mrs. Joan Faulkner Weesner Sustaining Donors Mr. Robert L. Bingham Mrs. Reneta Gilchrist Lekander Mr. Samuel Paul Price Mr. Ralph J. Reel

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Sustaining Donors Mr. Morgan E. Bolling Mr. Charles F. Brotherton* Ms. Charlotte Easterly Burns 1957 The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mr. Daryl W. Thompson The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. Jack B. Kilday Mrs. Lois Hammer Wadewitz The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mrs. Jean Ritter Holsten Mrs. Nancy Snipes Peeples Mrs. Eileen P. Williams Setera The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Mary Sue Kite Brakebill Mrs. Honey Wilson Colella Mr. James De Baun Dr. Roland J. Howard, Sr. Ms. Barbara Murray Klopp Mrs. Pauline Crowe Musick Mr. John T. Nicholas III Sustaining Donors Mr. Robert L. Altman Mr. Gale W. Bruce Mrs. Florence More Disney Mrs. Louise Sparrow Keener Capt. Roger J. Kirkman USN (Ret) Mrs. Judith H. Richter Shipp Reverend Col. W. Richard Waddle USA (Ret) Mrs. F. Evelyn White Wilson 1958 The Doak Society ($10,000 - $24,999) Mrs. Kathleen Cheek Schwartz The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mr. Donald R. Eckelhofer Lt. Col. John B. Strange USAF (Ret) The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. Peter Rodder Allen Mrs. Arlene Dell'Aquila Corliss Mrs. Charlotte Craig Kriete Mr. Wilbur E. Kriete

The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mrs. Patricia Kreeger Menkens Reverend R. Carl Menkens Mrs. Faye Carter Tunstall The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Margaret A. Maracle Hartman Mr. Richard J. Hickey Mr. Joseph J. Jerome Mrs. Karol Schneckenberg Light Mr. Richard Nakashian Mrs. Juanita Reynolds Orth Mrs. Sylvia Carter Rumer Sustaining Donors Dr. Alexander R. Doberenz Mrs. Pat Kilday Farmer 1959 The Doak Society ($10,000 - $24,999) Mr. Joseph S. Schwartz The Balch Society ($5,000 - $9,999) Mrs. Jane Shanks Pilloni The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mr. Jerald K. Jaynes The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. Robert J. Jaeger The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Joseph N. D'Auria Col. Jo Anne Kilday USMC (Ret) The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. Andrew A. Balog Mrs. Charlotte Arnott Horner Mrs. Kathern Jaynes Maine Mrs. Myrna Baxley Olmstead Mr. William A. Self Sustaining Donors Mr. Frank Del Prete, Jr. Mr. Anthony J. Domenico Mr. Arthur W. Kastner Reverend Robert E. McCormack Mrs. Mildred Henion McElwain Mrs. Carol Royce Stump 1960 The Balch Society ($5,000 - $9,999) Mr. William Pilloni

The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mr. Ian C. Baird Mr. Daniel J. Olmstead, Jr. The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mrs. Eugenia Einstein Allen Mr. James A. Owen The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Alfred Booth III Mr. Howard Doscher Mrs. Mary Lou Winant Edens Mr. Robert W. Manners Mrs. Betty Cheek Wheeler Dr. Ray E. Wheeler Mr. Kenneth W. Zeller The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. Gene King Mr. Kenneth F. Stiritz Mr. Ted M. Zeller Sustaining Donors Mrs. Delia Swain Acuff Mr. Everett W. Chandler Mr. Cornelius W. DeBlock Mrs. Charlotte Jaynes Patton Mrs. Elizabeth Southerland Self Ms. Lenore Banks Waggoner 1961 President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Reverend Frank M. Gentsch, Jr. The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Dr. Judith E. Kofroth Domer Mrs. Sandra Sandlin Jackson Mrs. Mary MacFarland Manners The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. William H. Clarke Mrs. Jessie Lunsford Cole Mrs. Mary Frances Nelson King* Mr. H. David Lawing Col. James D. Rawlins, Jr. Mrs. Patricia Bartow Stiritz Mrs. Jeanette Boswell Tennis Mrs. Leanna Taylor Van Buskirk Mrs. Sandra Gray Zeller Sustaining Donors Mr. Jack M. Bean Mrs. Gail Long Elton Mrs. Betty Forno Kolvek Mr. George H. Lothian Mr. Francis E. Oneto Mr. Endre F. Sarkany Mr. Addison N. Stitt

1962 The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mrs. Sally Goodman Gentsch Mr. Rhoderick B. MacLeod Mr. Robert R. Riser Dr. George H. Williams III The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mrs. Jane E. Rausch Battle Mr. Lynn J. Battle Mr. David A. Nyholm Mrs. June Gieselberg Nyholm Mr. Duane R. Walker The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. C. Sheridan Jackson The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. Paul D. Atwood Mr. William H. Cressler, Sr. Mrs. Betty Weems Gray Mr. Kenneth W. Hirsch, Jr. Mr. Joe G. Howard Mr. Thomas Lee Light Mr. Albert C. Taynai, Jr. Sustaining Donors Mrs. Brenda G. Morrison Bible Mr. Walter S. Denny III Mr. Jerald E. Fowler Ms. Joan M. Fredericks Mrs. Denna Ragsdale Kastner Mrs. Nancy L. Duthie Matejek Mrs. Jean E. Stearnes McCormack Mrs. Linda Clowers Nielsen Mr. Robert A. Nielsen 1963 The Doak Society ($10,000 - $24,999) Mr. Anthony D. Gaess H'76 The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mrs. Gail Brunner Baird The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mrs. Toni Jones Weems The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. Worley Skip Bishop, Jr. Mr. Santo Cicirello Reverend Robert B. Edson Mrs. Linda Waddell Erwin Dr. Thomas R. Hamilton Dr. John E. Horvath Mrs. Kathryn Kirchmyer Horvath

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Mrs. Janice Jaegel Leone Mr. Joseph A. Romano Mr. Robert H. Skilton Mrs. Mary Jo Tipton Smith Sustaining Donors Mrs. Dorothy Smith Clinard Mr. James R. Gailey, Jr. Mr. Raymond E. Rockwell Mr. Allen J. Rothe Mr. Jimmy L. Shelton Mrs. Sandra Rex Speck Ms. Suzanne Sanders Tuggle Mrs. Diana R. Condit Ure 1964 The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mr. Eddie B. Dobson Mr. Gene P. Gaby The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. Arthur Roger Abramson, Jr. Mr. Samuel D. Dean Mr. Eddie B. Jeffers Mr. Stephen D. Parks The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Kenneth D. Collins Mr. Billy R. Fellers Ms. Bette J. Hendrickson Walsh The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Martha Bass Bishop Mrs. Barbara Banks Davenport Mr. Carl Davenport, Jr. Mr. George T. Hubbard, Jr. Mr. Richard S. Oakey III Mrs. Suzanne Wilson Romano Mrs. Elaine M. Ostman Wiggers Sustaining Donors Miss H. Coriece Baxter Mrs. Marcia Tanner Carr Mrs. Trixie Strong Carter Mrs. Nancy Borgeson Gailey Mr. Eddie W. Harmon Mrs. Beverly Petrasek Keegan Mr. Ronald F. Keegan Ms. Nancy M. Lick Mrs. Lucy Haltom McAdams Mr. John W. Peterson III Mrs. Lois Raymond Siemer Mr. Willard B. Starnes Mrs. Joan Hirsch Werry Mr. Wade A. Werry Mr. Donald G. Wilson

1965 The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mrs. Sanda Montgomery Abramson Ms. Patricia A. Ford Mr. Buddy C. Hawk Cmdr. John A. Redden USN (Ret) The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Thomas R. Jaros Mr. Walter H. Shepherd III Mr. John R. Spicer The Century Club ($100 - $249) Ms. Dixie J. Blake Dr. D. Ray Collins Reverend William O. Culton Mrs. Judith Adams Hamilton Ms. Sandra J. Kersey Dr. Glenn I. Miller Mr. Peter A. Opstrup Mrs. Susan Gray Tygh Sustaining Donors Mr. Elbert U. Ballinger Mrs. Donna L. Bezdek Burgess Mrs. Edna Edison Del Negro Mr. Luca Victor Del Negro Mr. Clinton H. Drymon Mr. Robert W. Engel Capt. Dewey A. Holley USN (Ret) Mr. William E. Hopkins Mrs. Donna Richards Huber Mr. James O. Kave Mr. John C. Peck Dr. Robert W. Pollock, Jr. 1966 The Balch Society ($5,000 - $9,999) Mr. Henri B. Weems The Gray Society ($2,500 - $4,999) Mr. John A. Gehrm II The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mrs. Imogene McCamey Dobson Mr. Bruce C. Howell Mr. Robert A. Lapsley Reverend Barbara Morgan Laucks The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mrs. Susan Jagel Parks The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Henry L. Lange Reverend Harold A. Rainey

The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. Alexander Bell Mrs. Sue Wade Davis Mr. James H. Dunbar III Mrs. Linda E. Moore Gudzunas Mr. Anthony W. Heberton Dr. David C. Jones Dr. Carol L. Rogers Mrs. Janice Le Long Romeo Dr. Everett C. Toomey, Jr. Sustaining Donors Mrs. Susan Goodman Ballinger Dr.Virginia Breasure Mrs. Sue A. Edison Castle Mr. Charles E. Clark, Jr. Mrs. Deloris G. Hurley Mr. John V. Myers, Jr. Mr. Edward J. Rechtorovic Mrs. Carolyn Dyer Rothe 1967 The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Dr. John B. Shorrock The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mrs.Victoria Seney Daniel Mr. Stuart R. Schwartz The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Ms. Josephine D. Boswell Mr. Fred W. Eschweiler Mr. Gregory C. Smith The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. Dale W. Harrison Dr. Henry R. Mushinsky Mr. Randolph Ostman, Jr. Dr. David B. Peterson Sustaining Donors Mrs. Ina Cochran Bolton Mr. Robert F. Brittain Mrs. Roberta King Brittain Mrs. Diane Smith Clark Mr. David E. Drymon Mrs. Lynda Pylant Dunnivant Mr. David M. Gibson Mrs. Helen Glass Jones Cmdr. Franklin D. McCleskey Mr. Alan L. Pleasnick Mr. Robert R.Vartan 1968 The Doak Society ($10,000 - $24,999) Mr. Edward J. Heinz

The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mr. R. Philip Hart The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mrs. Jeanette Cannon Hawk Miss Janet C. Sell Dr. Lyle Yorks The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mrs. Cheryl C. Sykes Eschweiler Mr. Robert E. Gardner Mr. Michael W. Wallace The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Alma Vallery Bell Mrs. Lynda Collins Edwards Mr. Daniel Foell III Mrs. Barbara Kohl Marsh Mrs. Kim Lapsley Muir Mrs. Kathrine J. Krebs Serritella Mr. James Alfred Stewart Mr. Dennis A. Wolford Mrs. Olinda M. Bruss Young Sustaining Donors Mr. Boyd K. Blackley II Dr. Robert H. Kennedy Mrs. Sharon Smith Kennedy Mrs. Janet K. Dehnhard Nakamura Mrs. Barbara J. Engle Olszewski Mr. Robert M. Savage Mr. Edward A.Y. Schellenger, Jr. Mr. John Franklin Tintle III Mrs. Andrea Glaze Townson Mrs. Dorothy Ratcliff Turnmire Mrs. Nancy Hazelwood Vartan Mr. David P. White, Jr. 1969 The Society of 1794 ($25,000 or More) Mr. William Westervelt The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mrs. Cindy Smith Matheny Mrs. Joanne Griffin Yorks The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. James H. Cerven Mr. Dan Duggar The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Andrea K. Susong Daniels Miss Janet L. Earl Mrs. Pamela Stallings Hayes Mrs. Mary Ann Turner Maxwell Mr. Lloyd E. Painter

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Mr. Laurence H. Parks Mr. John P. Pastushok Mrs. Jacqueline Frisco Pfennig Mr. Gregory M. Pielich Mrs. Barbara L. Best Spafford Dr. Paul A. Stellhorn Mrs. Ruth A. Thompson Stewart Sustaining Donors Ms. Barbara A. Marion Mr. Seymour Marsh, Jr. Mr. Richard D. Maxwell Mrs. Sally Fitzpatrick McKeown Mrs. Diane Pennetti Paddock Mr. Lawrence E. Perry, Jr. Mr. Charles W. Pickering Mr. Frank T. Pomilla Mrs. Julie M.Viggiano Rowan Mr. Andrew W. Smith Mr. Robert S. Smith Mrs. Linda Barnes Stewart Mrs. Linda Dunn Townsend Mr. Garry Townson Mr. William T. Turnmire Mr. Lee Stanley Whitaker Mrs. Pamela Quackenbush Whitaker Dr. Richard Winant 1970 The Society of 1794 ($25,000 or More) Dr. Larry Brotherton The Doak Society ($10,000 - $24,999) Dr. Kenneth A. Bowman The Gray Society ($2,500 - $4,999) Dr.Vincent J. Lanteri The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Walter J. Keys* The Century Club ($100 - $249) Dr. Clifford J. Hayes Mrs. Linda Meisch Perrine Mr. Kevin J. Prey Sustaining Donors Mrs. Carolyn Howard Ham Mr. E. J. Ham Mrs. Jeanne Etienne Hughes Mrs. Leah Hester Johnson Mr. Paul A. Lawless Mrs. Lyn Siter Marsh Mrs. Cherie Chapman Phillips Mrs. Pamela J. Overton Sanders Lt. Cmdr. Maury W. Thompson USN (Ret) Mrs. Beth Ann Schnarr Woods Mr. Jamil S. Deen Zainaldin

1971 The Society of 1794 ($25,000 or More) Mr. Walter R. Johnson Mrs. Ann Elizabeth Parker Westervelt The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mr. William T. Edmonds The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. Thomas R. Greenfield Ms. Annie-Laurie Wheat The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Charles E. Del Camp III Mrs. Linda Brown Duggar Mrs. Barbara Du Bois Hallett Mr. John S. Hallett, Jr. Mr. John P. McNaught, Jr. The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. Lester E. Brew III Mr. Ronald S. Chmielewski Mr. Don Croes Mrs. Susan Hughes Freeman Mr. David A. Hinman Mr. Michael B. Maginnis Mrs. Katherine Van Buskirk Meredith Reverend Marwood B. Meredith, Jr. Mr. Richard J. Perrine Mr. Dwight Pfennig Mrs. Beth Quarm Todgham Sustaining Donors Mr. Harold Sam Dobson Mr. Bruce A. Downs Ms. Margaret J.Van Beveren 1972 The Doak Society ($10,000 - $24,999) Dr. William E. Story The Gray Society ($2,500 - $4,999) Mr. Howard S. Emerick II The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Jane Anne Boyd Ms. Katherine L. Christiana Mr. Ernest C. Echols Ms. Linda Meshach Mr. Wayne E. Myers, Jr. Sustaining Donors Mrs. Patricia Sayler Bitner Mr. Albert E. Braun Mr. John R. Harrivan

Mrs. Terry Mamone Harrivan Mrs. Ashley Bernice Stanton Jozsa Mr. George C. Ma Mr. Robert E. Mitchell Mr. Richard C. Paddock Dr. Betty J. Roberts Ms. Frances L. Sadler Mr. Mario Scuderi Mr. Raymond R. Turri 1973 The Gray Society ($2,500 - $4,999) Mr. Wayne Eichele The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mrs. Rita Mastrolia McNaught Dr. David W. Saylor The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Denise Axelrod Adis Mr. Frank W. Adis Mrs. Deborah Ann Foster Kennedy Mrs. Kathleen-Marie Shulack Konash Mr. Alan Mark Ludwig Mrs. Linda S. Crowly Ludwig Mr. David A. White Mr. Kenneth George Winterbauer Sustaining Donors Mr. Robert P. Cattieu Mr. Jeffrey C. Davidowsky Mr. Frank Dobson Gosnell Mr. William Griffin Mr. Edward W. Hess Mr. Richard Hutchison Mr. Stephen M. Lorincz Mr. James D. Mazzer Mr. Preston T. McGovern Miss Donna V. Rago Mr. W. Harvey Ridge Ms. Karen Schwartz Rush Mr. Stephen H. Schmid Mrs. Lauren M. Tintle 1974 The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mr. Duane R. Richardson The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. S. Jerry Mayer The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. Corey P. Burns Mr. David B. Haley Mr. Kenneth P. Konash Mrs. Susan J. Palmer Law Mr. Robert D. Matviak

Mr. Stephen C. Search Mr. Harold Svarplaitis Sustaining Donors Ms. Adele A. Asaro Mr. Robert H. Cooper Mr. Elwood R. Feeney Ms. Janet S. Friedman Mrs. Susan Goodwin Jacobs Mr. William Jaeger Mr. Bernard C.Young 1975 The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Dr. Edward S. Campbell Mrs. Judy Sauceman Robinson Mr. George P. Ryan, Jr. The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mrs. Jane Woodruff Campbell Mrs. Jean Marie Ryan Francis The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Ms. Roxanne M. Wise The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. David Harold Foshie Mrs. Sherry Wilds Foshie Mr. Carl H. Kennedy III Mr. C. T. Maxham Ms. Kathryn A. Papenhausen Sustaining Donors Mr. Joseph Lynn Hankins Mr. Lawrence P. Pinkiewicz Mrs. Anita Baird Ware 1976 The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Ms. Christine Morgenweck The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. Richard D. Francis The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Michael S. Petro The Century Club ($100 - $249) Ms. Elizabeth A. Joseph Sustaining Donors Mrs. Mitzi D. Fulwiler Cassell Mrs. Doris A. Plavchak De Biasi Mrs. Janet F. Dougherty-Miller Mrs. Wendy Barber Hankins

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1977 The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mrs. Kathryn Coleman Wood The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Dr. Thomas F. Byrd III The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mrs. Jane Lovvorn Morse Mr. Richard N. Scott Ms. Angela T. White The Century Club ($100 - $249) Ms. Barbara A. Brown Ms. Anne Jacobe Mrs. Joan Emerson O'Dell Sustaining Donors Mr. Charles Gary Brown Mr. W. Randall Carter Mrs. Joette McAmis Cooper Dr. Paul E. Fox, Jr. Mrs. Marian Bitner Hensley Mrs. Shawn Wilsey Nielsen Mrs. Lisa Travis Singer Ms. Debra C. Johnston Tate 1978 The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mrs. Jeanne Schoebel Holihan Mr. Leo J. Holihan The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mrs. Ellen Simpson Deane The Century Club ($100 - $249) Ms. JoAnn Soderquist Kramer Mr. Jack H. Roberts Sustaining Donors Mrs. Jane O'Dell Bell Ms. Barbara A. Medland Farley Mrs. Karen Lisch Gianninoto Mrs. Robyn Lee Sterner Holladay Mrs. Diane Marquize Messer Mrs. Earlene Miller Moore Mr. Glenn Morefield Mrs. Jean Parman Ottinger Mrs. Barbara Hoff Robinson Mr. Frank W. Shannon Ms. Kathleen Thornton 1979 The Doak Society ($10,000 - $24,999) Mr. James F. Durham

The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Dr. W. Joseph Scott The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Erin Eisert Howe Mrs. Debra L. Lambert Kelps Mr. Stephen J. Layendecker Mrs. Susan Walker Mierzwa Mrs. LaWahna G. Teasley Search Sustaining Donors Mr. Zbynek Becvar Mr. Michael J. Charleton, Jr. Mrs. Doris J. Freeman Hensley Mrs. Deborah J. Schlatter Labrensz-Hermmann Mr. James A. McIntire Mr. Edward Pyke Mr. David Twiggs Mr. William G. Westbrook Mr. Kipling D. Wilson 1980 The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. Kirk D. Horner Ms. Kathleen A. Kidd Mrs. Karma S. Woerner Minkewicz Mr. Michael G. Murray Mr. Chet Anthony Nichols Sustaining Donors Mrs.Vicki E. Cruey Bible Mrs. Genie Daffer Cass Mrs. Shirley Hardin Eddington Mrs. Carol Honeycutt Ferrell Mr. James R. Hughes Mrs. Terri N. Lawson Mr. James A. Sauceman Mr. John F. Witherspoon 1981 The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mr. R. Allen Johnson The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Ms. Park Overall The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Alice L. Crawford Nichols Mr. Rocco J. Surace Sustaining Donors Mrs. Deb Andrew Follett Mr. William F. Grubb Mrs. Jacqueline Laughner Hughes

1982 The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Darren K. Bowers The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Barbie Stair Bigelow Mr. Rondal E. Hamilton Mrs. Mary Ellen Weesner Horner Mr. Douglas M. Jump Mr. William Muhlhahn

The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. James Gregg Mr. Harold L. Moore The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Rose M. Clardy Mr. Darius Vincent Eaton, Jr. Mrs. Betty Fields McVey Mrs. Debbie Benson Smith

Sustaining Donors Mrs. Gay B. Brown Sustaining Donors Mr. Wendell L. Christian Mrs. Leigh Hutchison Cartolaro Mr. Gary V. Constant Ms. Mary L. Jaynes Giorgino Ms. Rhonda L. Crabtree Mr. Mickey S. Johnson Ms. Andee J. Thompson Edwards Mrs. Julie L. Helle Payne Ms. Mary A. Fuller Dr. Brian D. Smith Mrs. Mary Louis Chambless Hammer Mr. Terry P. Hardy Mr. Ronnie E. Hensley 1983 Mr. Richard L. Hicks Mr. Robert T. Hildebrand The Faculty Club Mr. Danny Honeycutt ($250 - $499) Ms. Remona K. Jessee Mr. Joseph Kelly Vogt Ms. Alicia D. Kitts Mr. Martin O. Lehman The Century Club Mrs. Dawn Pusey Lucas ($100 - $249) Mrs. Mariruth A. MacQueen Cook Dr. Charles E. Mays Mrs. Mary B. New Mr. Martin B. Parham Sustaining Donors Mr. Gary Perkey Ms. Karen B. Booth Mr. Jerry D. Perry, Sr. Mrs. Amelia Skidmore Brown Ms. Sarah E. Phillips Mrs. Trine Robinette Gosnell Mr. Larry J. Price Ms.Vicky P. Johnson-Warren Mr. Aud M. Ray Mr. John D. Myers Mr. Jeffrey W. Smith, Sr. Mr. R. Michael Smith 1984 Mr. Thomas J. Smith Mr. Forest D. Stull The Century Club Mrs. Jodi L. Stull ($100 - $249) Mr. William F. Cook Ms. Rebecca L. Henderson Mrs. Terry Yanish Muhlhahn 1987 Sustaining Donors Mrs. Joyce W. Foster Mrs. Cindy Truelsen Hood Mr. Louis A. Pereira III Mrs. Cheryle Bingham Scott 1985 Sustaining Donors Mrs. Kim Kilday Dixon Mr. Garret T. Pusey 1986 The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. Duke W. Okes Benefactors ($1,000,000 or More) Mr. Scott M. Niswonger The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Randy Lee The Century Club ($100 - $249) Anonymous Mr. James A. Sauceman Mrs. Louise M.Verran Mrs. Nancy Walker Worley Sustaining Donors Mr. Thomas D. Achterberg Mr. Joel S. Baker Mr. Harley Ballew, Jr.

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Mr. Kevin R. Binkley Mr. Joel A. Bonnette Mrs. Carla S. Wininger Countiss Ms. W. Lynn Gibson Mr. Kenneth F. Johnson Ms. Myra J. Johnson Mr. Jeffrey W. Justice Mr. Robert F. Laney Mrs. Mary Etta Stout Long Ms. Nancy J. Malone Mrs. Katherine F. McKinzie Mrs. Carolyn Neighbors Mrs. Carolyn Craddock Parman Mrs. Elena Schor Quinn Reverend John F. Toney 1988 The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mr. Michael L. Hayes Mrs. Carolyn L. Ward The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Lt. Belinda Bakalla Spohn USN The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mrs. Carolyn S. Gregg The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. James A. Barger Ms. Stephanie L. Lebitz Sustaining Donors Mr. Wilson L. Baxter Mr. Dennis M. Borton, Sr. Mr. Chris A. Dixon Mrs. Susan Jenness Fleming Mr. Joseph Michael Fulkerson Mr. Edward K. Harlow Mr. David E. Harris Mr. John R. Harris Mrs. Nancy H. Hertwig Mrs. Karen S. Todd Jackson Mr. James A. Johnson Mr. Dewey M. Lee Mr. Michael L. Messer Mrs. W. Audra Baker Norwood Ms. Christine A. Smith Mr. William E. Smith Mr. Larry E. Southerland Mr. Dennis K. Talley Mrs. Lisa A. Parton Trent 1989 The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. David B. Hawk

The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mrs. Peggy B. Brewer Mr. Michael A. Crase Mrs. S. Brye Henderlight Powers The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. Steven W. Fields Mr. Daniel L. Schiffer Dr. Angela D. Gilmore West Ms. Linda S.Yates Sustaining Donors Ms. Phyllis J. Davis Mr. Greg L. Earle Mrs. Ramona G. Ottinger Fulkerson Ms. Carolyn Clay Gudger Mrs. Sandra Ahner Justice Mrs. Rebecca M. Lawson Mrs. Marianne W. Lewis Ms. Linda W. Nelms Mrs. Rachel E. Gross Olsen Mrs. Linda D. McAmis Parham Lt. Timothy H. Pfannenstein USN Mr. Billy R. Trent Mr. John E. Wynn 1990

1991 The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mrs. Carol Bailey The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. Reginald S. Capers Mr. Robert A. Cutshaw Mrs. Teresa W. Holland Sustaining Donors Mr. Eric C. Bishop Mr. Gregory S. Cannon Ms. Sandra J. Culler Mrs. Janice M. White Donahue Mr. David L. Fritts Mr. Michael Fuller Ms. Deborah L. Hager Mr. Stanley F. Howard Mr. James W. Kelly Mrs. Robin W. Kelly Mr. Harry E. Lanauze, Jr. Mrs. Michelle L.Young Newbold Mrs. Carla B. Buckles Riggs Mrs. Connie G. Trobaugh Mr. Michael C. Watkins Mrs. Theresa R. Webb 1992

1993 The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mrs. Amy Welch Yeazel The Century Club ($100 - $249) Ms. Jill A. Jones Sustaining Donors Mr. Roger Lee Davis Mr. Frank C. Deans, Jr. Mr. G. Aubrey Lee Mrs. Bridget Taylor McAninch Mr. Wayne J. Musick Mr. Charles O. Neal III Mr. Seth G. Nelson, Jr. Mr. David Clifton Roland Mrs. Barbara Jean Sauceman Mrs. Rosalee Cooper Sites Mr. Timothy L. Webb 1994 The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. Sean M. Bride The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. David M. Dowling Mr. Michael W.Yeazel The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. Douglas W. Foucheaux Mr. Kenneth A. Martin Sustaining Donors Mrs. Theresa Shaw Adams Mr. Timothy C. Bledsoe Mrs. Elaine M. Brubaker Mr. Gary L. Calvert Mr. Robert Jeff Chambers Mr. James H. Crawford Mr. Michael S. Dickenson Mr. Mark A. Dotson Mrs. Janie S. Douthat Mrs. Patricia E. Hutchens Dunlap Mr. Michael Feeback Ms. Jennifer N. Gentry Mrs. Teresa Boyce Gross Mrs. Elizabeth G. Hodges Mrs. Linda Gale Jennings Ms. Karen Ann Jones Ms.Vickie McGinty Mrs. Debbie J. Hooks Petree Mr. Calvin B. Purvis Ms. Sharon Elaine C. Roberts Mr. Jerry W. Salyer Mr. James H. Thedford III Mr. John Gary Tucker Ms. Molly Louise Wagner Mr. Kenneth E. Walker

The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mr. Herbert Wayne Hughes The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. Don B. Stout The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Michael W. Hollowell The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. Darrell W. Alley Mrs. Madelyn K. Blevins Mrs. Lori Bellar Goodin Mr. Michael F. Sledzinski Sustaining Donors Mrs. Rebecca C. Brewster Mr. Robert R. Collins Mr. Charles L. Davenport Mrs. Elizabeth Merhoff Hughes Mrs. Judy Skeen Mr. Howard L. Taylor Mr. L. Wayne Venable Mr. David G. Waldrupe Ms. Cheryl K. Williams Mrs. Tammie Gibson Wills

The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. Bruce Poole Mrs. Christina McLaughlin Poole The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. Thomas C. Cates Ms. Glenda DeLozier Ms. Kimberly F. Shelton Sustaining Donors Mr. William Larry Borden Mr. Frank Broome Ms. Shirley Oden Cox Mr. Robert G. Cress Mrs. Angela G. Freeman Mrs. Pamela O. Gibson Mr. Garry D. Kelley, Sr. Mrs. Anna Marie Knaff Mrs. Susan Lamb-Tonnemacher Mrs. Mary Hope Lee Mr. Michael P. Lee Mrs. Rebecca Jane Cox Morgan Ms. Tami L. Carey Roberts Ms. Carol Elizabeth Simmons Mr. Tracy L. Stroud Mr. James K. Surber Mr. Michael A. Testa

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Mr. Danny A. White Mrs. Janet G. Wykle Wilson 1995 The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mrs. Angela Alt Bride Mrs. Amy L. Townsend Hamer Mr. Charles E. Jones, Sr. The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mrs. Amanda Bettis Graves Mr. John P. Williams The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Sandy Fillers Ford Mrs. Karla Niswonger Gentry Mr. Benjamin J. Macht Mrs. Kristin Franklin Macht Ms. Corinne Nicolas Mr. William R. Quinn Mrs. Jaime Denise Austin Seay New Pioneers ($25 - $99) Mr. Dwayne D. Ackerman Mrs. Janie E. Barco Mrs. Nyda A. Hoskins Bays Mr. Karl David Chandler Ms. Alison L. David Mr. Thomas Stanley Davis Ms. Theresa A. Dickson Mr. Eugene C. Dunn, Jr. Mrs. Connie Sharp Elliott Mr. David K. Flournoy Mr. Larry H. Goins Mr. Jim Hartsell Mrs. Angela Raby Holmberg Mrs. Deborah K. Armstrong Jenkins Mr. Walter H. Jennings Mr. Ron E. Jolly Mr. C. Eben Jones II Ms. Rebecca Jones Mrs. Carolynn F. Hipps Kinser Mrs. Maureen Seymour McCamey Mrs. Barbara J. Morgan Mrs. Amanda Collins Mowery Mr. Stephen F. Myers Mrs. Joyce S. Routh Norman Mr. Anthony Terrell Redmon Mrs. Sharon S. Redmon Mrs. Allison L. Sexton Rhodes Mrs. Sherrell F. Steele Mr. William Howard Thompson II Mr. Glenn G. Walker Mrs. Sharron Grimm Williams Mr. Steve F. Williams Ms. Deborah N. Wykle Sustaining Donors Mrs. Bethany Patterson Bradford Mrs. Kathy Fellers Hipps Ms. Tabitha Mashburn

Mr. Robert Dean Miller, Jr. Mrs. Kay Frances Rymer 1996 The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. James J. Hamer Mrs. Nancy Miller Stout The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Jim C. Allen Ms. Lisa M. Bowers The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. David P. Callahan Ms. Terry A. Flannery-Schillo Mrs. Kathy J. Donaldson Hall Mrs. Elaine J. Pasto Ms. Sarah P. Roberto Mrs. Patricia Lynn Stidham Mrs. Carrie L. Welch Teasley New Pioneers ($25 - $99) Mr. David R. Bellar, Jr. Ms. Debra K. Bowling Ms. Linda C. Brown Mrs. Lenore Jean Ford Ms. Mary L. Golden Ms. Robin Greene Ms. Judy R. Turnmire Haley Mr. Terry L. Heatherly Mrs. Pamela Myers Jordan Ms. Connie L. King Ms. Wilba M. King Mrs. Nancy J. Mohr Meador Mr. Garry D. Monhollen Mr. Dennis C. Perica Mr. Barry Keith Price Mr. Dwight E. Robertson Ms. Kathleen F. Sorrell Mrs. Emily Thomas Strickland Mr. Henry W. Strickland, Jr. Mr. Randal A. Wheeler Mrs. Ann J. Williams Mr. Thomas G. Willoughby Mrs. Amy Ser Witmer Sustaining Donors Mrs. Sandra J. Coffman Gardner Mrs. Carol Raymond Russom Ms. Nancy A. Shoun Mrs. Angela C. Brooks Woodby 1997 The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mrs. Amy Bible Hawk Mrs. Julia Ann Russell Hawk

The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mrs. M. Jane Allen Mrs. Alva W. Shipe The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Darla S. Adcock Mr. Christopher E. Allen Ms. Dixie L. Efird Mrs. Cynthia L. Lucas Mrs. Denise J. Lay Moseley Mr. Jerry Ricker Mr. Billy R. Sentelle New Pioneers ($25 - $99) Mrs.Vickie Wilson Boatman Mr. Foster Bristol Mrs. Rhonda K. Sharp Burke Mrs. Alfreda L. Cook Ms. Angela G. Darnell Mrs. Deborah S. Davis Ms. Kim T. Dunbar Ms.Vickie J. Fulkerson Mr. Jonathan L. Greene Ms. Amy L. Hall Mrs. Kimberly Juarez Hinton Mr. Jason P. Holt Mrs. Marlene Ann Lawler Langley Mrs. Anne E. Lovain Ms. Gwendolyn A. Manning Mr. Travis A. Murvin Mrs. Rita C. Neill Mrs. Teresa M. Noe Ms. Cheryl Darlene Norman Mr. William E. Northern Ms. Nina J. O'Connor Ms. Kathy M. Orthmann Mrs. Almeda L. Strunk Peavyhouse Mrs. Deidre L. Goodsell Pendley Mrs. Marcia L. Meldahl Piety Mrs. Cynthia J. Poore Mr. Bradley W. Ross Ms. Sherri L. Simmons Mrs. Kelley M. Halcomb Simpson Ms. Phyllis J. Smith Mrs. Sara J. Smith Mr. Karl R.Vincent Mr. Louis M. Walden II Ms. Amanda L. Walters Sustaining Donors Mrs. Mary E. Taylor Cook Mr. Daryl D. Green Mrs. Micki B. Gregg Ms. Suzanne R. Killcreas Mr. Douglas E. Masini Mr. Jason T. Patrick Mrs. Laura Proffitt Patrick Ms. Ashley A. Schutt

1998 The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mrs. Lydia J. Taylor Borja Mr. Kenneth G. Earl Mr. Elton Bruce Mather Mrs. Rebecca Ann Sydnor The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mr. Charles A. Sanders Mr. Bertrum Monroe Seay Mr. Robert Walker Settle New Pioneers ($25 - $99) Mrs. Amy M. Claxton Brantley Mr. Frank G. Bucca Ms. Kathy M. Campbell Mrs. Shelley P. Crowe Mrs. Nancy Ann Davis Mr. Kenneth T. Hickson Mrs. Allison L. Higgins Mrs. Laura McGuinn Jewell Mrs. Margaret K. Jursik Mr. John G. Kosmak Ms. Stacey R. Linkous Mr. Joseph D. Lisa Ms. Johnnie E. Little Lyons Mr. Gary L. Portwood Ms. Lorna F. Tauscher Shelton Mrs. Danice E. Turpin Mrs. Suzanne T.Vermillion Sustaining Donors Ms. Pamela J. Arnwine Mrs. Sandra Carol Miller Mr. Brian M. Neeley Mr. Roberts R. Spence 1999 The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. Daniel A. Hawk Mrs. Nancy Lee Okes The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. Bruno Borja New Pioneers ($25 - $99) Mrs. Candace E. Alexander Mr. Donnie E. Breeding Mrs. Donna M. Carr Mrs. Betty C. Amonette Caruthers Ms. Denise F. England Cooper Ms. Wanda K. Dean Ms. Joy H. DeBusk Mr. Eric M. Dilbeck Mrs. Joyce C. Disney Ms. L. Gail Eubanks Mrs. Tracey Hardiman Flemmings

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Mr. Rodney L. Fugate Mrs. Lori L. Gibson Mr. Nathan P. Hammons Mr. Greg A. Hargis Mrs. Buffy D. Hensley Mrs. Zeni M. Hinds Mr. Frank R. Jones Ms. Tanya R. Light Mr. Alan P. Martineaux Ms. Erin K. Massengill Mrs. Teresa D. Meade Mr. Timothy A. Newton Mrs. Kimberly R. Powers Owens Ms. Tara L. Ratliff Mr. Anthony S. Salyer Ms. Alana Stahly Ms. Diane M. Taylor Ms. Lillie Sue Taylor Mrs. Tracy L. Taylor Mrs. Jana K. Thornton Ms. Frances Darlene Wilcox 2000 The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Tracy L. Horner Sustaining Donors Mrs. Heather Easterly H - Honorary Degree * - Deceased

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TRUSTEES Benefactors ($1,000,000 or More) Mr. William J. Converse of Alpine Industries Mr. Scott M. Niswonger '87 Mr. Stanley R. Welty, Jr. '51 The Society of 1794 ($25,000 or More) Dr. Larry Brotherton '70 Mr. Gordon J. Chalmers Mr. Walter R. Johnson '71 The Doak Society ($10,000 - $24,999) Dr. Kenneth A. Bowman '70 Mrs. Terry E. Buntrock Mr. James F. Durham '79 Mrs. Elizabeth Leming Gordonwood '47 Mr. Edward J. Heinz '68 Dr. Edward J. Kormondy '50 H'97 Mr. Joseph S. Schwartz '59 Dr. William E. Story '72 Mr. R. T. Summers The Balch Society (5,000 - $9,999) Ms. Elizabeth T. Austin Mrs. Lamar Cowan Dempster '48 Capt. Samuel L. Doak USN (Ret) '49 Miss Charlotte O. Gray Mrs. Susan P. Loven Mr. William Pilloni '60 Mr. Donald R. Raber Mrs. Joan Barber Smith '51 The Gray Society ($2,500 - $4,999) Dr. Hugh O. Jaynes '52 Mr. F. Harrison Lamons Mr. James V. Tomai, Jr. '44* The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mrs. Carol Bailey '91 Mr. William T. Edmonds '71 Mr. Albert H. Giles Mr. Charles T. Herndon IV Mr. Jerald K. Jaynes '59 Dr. Hardy Liston, Jr. Reverend Dr. J. Wiley Prugh H '91 Reverend Dr. Angus R. Shaw III Mr. Joseph J.Vogt '53 The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. James A. Emory The Century Club ($100 - $249) Rev. Dr. Lewis W. Fowler, Jr. Mr. Wylie Milligan Mr. Warren L. Snead

FRIENDS AND PARENTS Benefactors ($1,000,000 or More) Mr. Michael Jackson of EcoQuest International The Society of 1794 ($25,000 or More) Estate of Mrs. Estelle F. Behan Estate of Mrs. Lorene Hill Bayless Ms. Mary Agnes Miller The Doak Society ($10,000 - $24,999) Dr. & Mrs. Charles F. Betts, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. T. A. Bewley Mr. Warren J. Gordonwood Mrs. Nancy H. Leslie Mr. Donald G. McClintock Mrs. Martha Vaughn Sprankle Mr. Sam Wyly The Balch Society ($5,000 - $9,999) Mr. & Mrs. Phil Bachman, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Myron Bernard Mrs.Virginia Gray Mr. James E. Loven Mrs. Peggy McKnight Mr. & Mrs. J. Fred Myers Mr. & Mrs. James P. Roddy III Mr. Edward W. Smith The Gray Society ($2,500 - $4,999) Mr. & Mrs. Harold W. Bell Mrs. Pamela A. Eichele Mrs. Thomas J. Garland Dr. & Mrs. Joe R. Henley Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. Leonard Mr. & Mrs. Terry Leonard Mr. & Mrs. Stan Ritter Dr. & Mrs. Craig A. Shepherd Mr. & Mrs. Don Smith Mr. & Mrs. David L. Wooley The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mr. & Mrs. Bill Andrews Dr. & Mrs. Walter Ashe Dr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Austin Dr. & Mrs. Maynard W. Austin Mr. & Mrs. Tom N. Austin Mr. Clay Bailey Dr. & Mrs. Lloyd Barnes Dr. & Mrs. Thomas F. Beckner III Mrs. Marjorie Behan Dr. & Mrs. Walter Chapman Mr. & Mrs. Michael T. Christian Dr. & Mrs. Douglas C. Cobble Dr. & Mrs. Ronald Cole Mr. & Mrs. Phil Durham Dr. & Mrs. Luke Ellenburg, Jr. Mr. Doug Fezell

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Dr. & Mrs. Douglas Freels Ms. Susan R. Harkins-White Dr. & Mrs. Joe R. Henley Mrs. Paula Howell Mrs. Debbie Johnson Dr. & Mrs. James Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Gregg K. Jones Mr. & Mrs. John M. Jones, Sr. (Martha Arnold Susong '35) Mr. & Mrs. John M. Jones, Jr. Mrs. Janet A. Nichols MacPeek Mr. Eric McClelland Dr. & Mrs. Richard McGill Mr. Alex McLean Mr. Dan McLean Mrs. Ireene McLean Dr. & Mrs. Michael Menz Dr. & Mrs. Charles A. Montgomery Dr. & Mrs. James Montgomery Dr. & Mrs. Mark D. Patterson Dr. & Mrs. Manning M. Pattillo, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. James M. Pensinger, Sr. Dr. & Mrs. Peter Reardon Mr. Roy D. Robinson Dr. & Mrs. James S. Rodgers Mr. & Mrs. Richard Scull Dr. & Mrs. William J. Smead Mr. & Mrs. John H. Snyder Dr. & Mrs. E. Brad Strange Dr. & Mrs. Robert M. Strimer Dr. & Mrs. Harry Stumm Mr. William A. Sullivan Dr. & Mrs. James Swenson Mr. & Mrs. John Thompson Mr. John A. Tweed Dr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Webster Mr. & Mrs. Billy R. Williams Mr. Charles F. Williams Dr. & Mrs. James Ronnie Williams Mr. & Mrs. Mark Williams Ms. Anna Durham Windrow Mr. & Mrs. Mike Witt The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Roger Abramson, Jr. '64 '65 (Sanda Montgomery) Mr. & Mrs. Gary N. Anderson Ms. Katherine Tipton Brown Mr. Keith Campbell Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Cook Dr. Mark R. Doman Mr. & Mrs. Stuart A. Hoeke Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Lane, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Douglas H. Long Mrs. Evelyn Patterson Mr. & Mrs. Ken Sherwood Mrs. Dennie P. Smith Mr. & Mrs. John D. Snyder Reverend & Mrs. J. D. Whitesides

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The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mr. & Mrs. Jim C. Allen '96 '97 (M. Jane Allen) Mr. Francis H. Aucremann Mrs. Ellen Hopson Bell Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Burns Mr. & Mrs. Gerald T. Couch Mr. & Mrs. Mark C. Easterly Ms. Ann Gaut Ms. Elizabeth M. Gerhardt Mr.Van J. Hamilton Mr. Arthur Hopson Mr. Richard Hopson Mr. Tom Hopson Mr. & Mrs. Bill J. Jones Dr. & Mrs. David B. Jones Mr. Robert W. King Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. Koehler Mr. & Mrs. Michael Lewis Mr. Roy Mecke Mrs. Barbara Meeh Mr. Rance Merkel Mr. & Mrs. William H. Moss Mr. Robert Nuttall Mr. Norman J. Seher Dr. Ruth M. Sharp Mr. Davis P. Stroud Mr. Charles Wayne Susong Mr. George Sydnor Mr. & Mrs. Frank R. Wall Mr. & Mrs. Douglas R. Wilder The Century Club ($100 - $249) Mrs. Helen Armitage Allen H'79 Dr. & Mrs. David King Aymond Employees of C-Power Products, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Coolidge Dr. Doak C. Cox Mr. Richard H. Cox Lt. Col. & Mrs. Clyde C. Crosswhite USAF Mr. & Mrs. Aubrey D. Dacus, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Ralph C. Davis Ms. Ruth B. Doak Mr. Carl Edwards Mr. & Mrs. John Thomas Gerig Reverend Dr. & Mrs. Robert G. Grigsby H'92 Ms. Mary Lou Grooms Mr. & Mrs. John Hardin Col. & Mrs. Dennis J. Harron USA (Ret) Mr. & Mrs. John A. Heffernan, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Michael Konash Mr. Tom Little Mrs. Pamela H. Maggio Mrs. Millie Mauk Mr. R. H. "John" Norrell Dr. Rebecca Nunley & Mr. Richard E. Brosmore Mrs. Annette S. Harmon Pal Dr. Lawrence J. Parish Mrs.Virginia Gray Polak

Mrs. Mildred Ruland Reverend Dr. & Mrs. Hugh V. Simon H'61 Maj. & Mrs. Dewey L. Smith, Jr. Ms. Olive D. Smith Mr. William Smith Mr. Glen C. Taylor Dr. & Mrs. Howard C.Walton, Jr. H'56 Mrs. Phyllis G. Webster Reverend Dr. & Mrs. James B. Wilbanks H'92 Mr. & Mrs. David J. Williams Mrs. Reba D. Williams Judge & Mrs. Thomas J. Wright Sustaining Donors Mr. Terry Bellamy Mrs. Martha B. Bible Mr. & Mrs. Dudley Brown Dr. Ralph T. Brown Reverend & Mrs.William C. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Cook Mr. & Mrs. James Derks Mrs. Janet C. Borden Eastman Mr. & Mrs. John M. Finlayson Mr. & Mrs. Peter G. Fish Ms. Mary E. Fitzpatrick Ms. Beverley A. Garside Mrs. Elaine Gustafson Ms. Frankie K. Hagan Mr. & Mrs. Steve K. Harbison Mr. & Mrs. Eddie W. Harmon '64 Ms. Dorothy O. Hausser Mr. Newton P. Hoey Mr. & Mrs. Ted Johnson Ms. Rebecca B. Justis* Mrs. Constance H. Lambert Ms. Elizabeth B. Meadows Mr. & Mrs. Calvin K. Miller Mr. & Mrs. Walter T. Petty Mr. & Mrs. John C. Phillips Ms. Lois H. Schwader Reverend & Mrs. Donald E. Shamble Mrs. Jeannette C. Spencer Mr. & Mrs. William H. Tonkin Mrs. Jane R. Turner Ms. Diana L.Vagle Mr. & Mrs. A. John Vielbig Dr. & Mrs. J. John Weems, Jr.

The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Mr. J. Clement Allison Mr. Leonard K. Bradley Dr. Dorothy G. Dennis Mrs. P. Marilyn duBrisk Mr. Wessley R. duBrisk Mr. Richard E. Eddy Dr. Jerry L. Gehre Dr. Suzanne T. Hine Mr. M. Edward Hoffmeyer Mr. John E. Mays Dr. Donal J. Sexton, Jr. Lt. Col. John B. Strange USAF (Ret) '58 Dr. Edwin J. Stuart Dr. Jerry F. Ward Mr. Frank T. Wheeler Mrs. Mitzi M. Williams The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Mr. Sean M. Bride '94 Ms. Katherine H. Doman Dr. James B. Fields Dr. A. Daniel Freeman Dr. David A. Hendricksen Mrs. Susie H. Jones Mr. Jerry E. Kidd Mrs. Nancy L. Self Kilday Dr. Alice C. Loftin Mr. Donald H. Miller Dr. Melanie G. Narkawicz Mr. Tony Narkawicz Mr. Duke W. Okes '86 Dr. John D. Reiff Dr. Marianne M. Reiff Mr. Thomas F. Sanders Mr. Myron J. Smith, Jr. Mr. Don B. Stout '90 Mrs. Gloria Weisz Reverend Dr. Stephen R. Weisz The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Mrs. M. Jane Allen '97 Ms. Lisa M. Bowers '96 Mr. Frank T. DeBusk Dr. Deborah L. Dunn Mr. Henry Dunn Mrs. Sharon L. Elkins Mrs. Carolyn S. Gregg '88 Dr. Carol W. Hartman Ms. N. Jean Hixon Mrs. Jennifer Hollowell Mr. Michael W. Hollowell '90 Dr. Kirpal S. Mahal Mrs. S. Brye Henderlight Powers '89 Mr. James Pat Shannon Mrs. Alva W. Shipe '97 Mr. Charles H. Tunstall Mrs. Joanna I. White Mrs. Amy Welch Yeazel '93 Mr. Michael W.Yeazel '94

The Century Club ($100 - $249) Dr. Sharon L. Barkdoll Mr. Daniel P. Barnett Mr. Randall C. Blevins Dr. Antonio Bos Mrs. Carolyn J. Brooks Ms. Michol Byanski Dr. Gregory W. Church Dr. William H. Clampitt Mrs. Joyce S. Combs Mr. Scott Crowder-Vaughn Mrs. Joyce H. Doughty Mrs. Sandy Fillers Ford '95 Mrs. Tracy L. Horner '00 Ms. Jill A. Jones '93 Mrs. Cynthia L. Lucas '97 Mrs.Vickie A. Martha Ms. Corinne Nicolas '95 Dr. Taimi Olsen Dr. John Paulling Mr. William F. Rymer Mrs. Jeanne M. Sauceman Mrs. Regina J. Settle Mr. Robert W. Settle '98 Mrs. Laura E. "Patsy" Smith Mrs. Cleo Treadway Sustaining Donors Mrs. Geri Aguilar Mr. Robert J. Armstrong Mrs. Paula Kim Bowers Mrs. Patsy Crum Mrs. Deborah S. Davis '97 Mr. Robert A. Dibble Mrs. Janie S. Douthat '94 Dr. Melinda Dukes Mrs. Heather Easterly '00 Mr. Willis Fann Mrs. Susan Gibson Mrs. Micki B. Gregg '97 Mrs. Kathy Fellers Hipps '95 Ms.Vicky P. Johnson-Warren '83 Mrs. Angela Ricker Jones Mrs. Ginger R. Kelley Mr. John G. Kosmak '98 Mr. Robert Dean Miller, Jr. '95 Dr. Brenda Owensby Ms. B. Carolyn Parker Mr. Jason T. Patrick '97 Mr. Michael D. Pittman Mrs. P. Renee Porier Dr. Lovella Richardson Ms. Dee A. Roby Ms. Ashley A. Schutt '97 Dr. Nancy A. Stockert Mrs. Nancy J. Thompson

FACULTY/STAFF The Balch Society ($5,000 - $9,999) Mr. E. Alvin Gerhardt, Jr. The Gray Society ($2,500 - $4,999) Mr. Thomas J. Garland H'86 Mr. John A. Gehrm II '66 Mrs. Barbara A. Morgan Mrs. Jeanne F. Stokes Mr. Mark A. Stokes

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CHURCHES The Balch Society ($5,000 - $9,999) Bethel Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, Tennessee First Presbyterian Church, Elizabethton, Tennessee First Presbyterian Church, Greeneville, Tennessee First Presbyterian Church, Jefferson City, Tennessee First Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, Tennessee Holston Presbytery, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Kingsport, Tennessee The Gray Society ($2,500 - $4,999) Cold Spring Presbyterian Church, Bristol, Tennessee First Presbyterian Church, Johnson City, Tennessee First Presbyterian Church, Morristown, Tennessee First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, Tennessee Independent Presbyterian Church, Birmingham, Alabama Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Louisville, Kentucky Watauga Avenue Presbyterian Church, Johnson City, Tennessee Waverly Road Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, Tennessee The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Bethany Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, Tennessee Erwin Presbyterian Church, Erwin, Tennessee Jonesborough Presbyterian Church, Jonesborough, Tennessee New Bethel Presbyterian Church, Piney Flats, Tennessee Rogersville Presbyterian Church, Rogersville, Tennessee Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church, Greeneville, Tennessee The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Blountville Presbyterian Church, Blountville, Tennessee Covenant Presbyterian Church, Johnson City, Tennessee Fairmount Presbyterian Church, Bristol, Tennessee Jennie Moore Memorial Presbyterian Church,Flag Pond,T ennessee Keystone Presbyterian Church, Johnson City, Tennessee

Newport Presbyterian Church, Newport, Tennessee Presbytery of Western North Carolina, Mount Holly, North Carolina Preston Hills Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, Tennessee Strawberry Plains Presbyterian Church, Strawberry Plains, Tennessee The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Cedar Creek Presbyterian Church, Greeneville, Tennessee Colonial Heights Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, Tennessee Cove Creek Presbyterian Church, Roan Mountain, Tennessee Erin Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, Tennessee First Christian Church, Johnson City, Tennessee Hopewell Presbyterian Church, Dandridge, Tennessee Reedy Creek Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, Tennessee Tuckaleechee United Methodist Church, Townsend, Tennessee West Ridge Presbyterian Church, Mount Carmel, Tennessee The Century Club ($100 - $249) Amity Presbyterian Church, Greeneville, Tennessee First Presbyterian Church, Lewisburg, Tennessee Hebron Presbyterian Church, Jefferson City, Tennessee Liberty Presbyterian Church, Rogersville, Tennessee New Hope Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, Tennessee New Providence Presbyterian Church, Surgoinsville, Tennessee Old Kingsport Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, Tennessee Reedy Creek Presbyterian Church, Bristol, Tennessee Second Presbyterian Church, Chattanooga, Tennessee Weaver Union Church, Bristol, Tennessee Sustaining Donors Tabernacle Presbyterian Church, Greeneville, Tennessee

CORPORATIONS FOUNDATIONS ORGANIZATIONS Benefactors ($1,000,000 or More) Alpine Industries The Society of 1794 ($25,000 or More) Alltrista Zinc Products Company Appalachian College Association East Tennessee Foundation Charles A. Frueauff Foundation J. M. McDonald Foundation The Charlotte W. Newcombe Foundation Ortec, Inc. Unaka Company, Inc. Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation The Doak Society ($10,000 - $24,999) Alcoa Foundation Andrew Johnson Bank Bank of America Central Florida Cardiology Group The Clint Foundation Mary G. K. Fox Foundation Greene County Bank Greeneville Federal Bank Lawler-Wood, LLC Nolichuckey Sand Company Summers-Taylor, Inc. SunTrust Bank, East Tennessee, N.A. Tennessee Foundation for Independent Colleges The Balch Society ($5,000 - $9,999) Plus Mark, Inc./American Greetings Corporation Clyde B. Austin Foundation Bachman-Bernard Coca-Cola Bottling Company First Tennessee Bank Dorothy Greene Living Trust Greeneville Publishing Company Loven, Inc. The Katherine Collins Roddy & J. P. Roddy, Sr. Foundation South Greene High School Academic Booster Club Wal-Mart Distribution Center The Gray Society ($2,500 - $4,999) Alltrista Corporation AT&T Foundation Barber & McMurry, Inc. Champion Credit Union and Associates Scholarship Fund CIGNA Foundation

Citizens' Scholarship Foundation of America Don Smith Ford Lincoln Mercury The Greene County Scholarship Fund of the East Tennessee Foundation The Warren W. Hobbie Trust Lawson Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Leonard Associates LLC McInturff, Milligan & Brooks Prudential Foundation Rodefer Moss & CO Superior Business Associates Vaughn & Melton H. S. Williams Company, Inc. WSMG RADIO The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Air-Maze Corporation Antique Automobile Club of America Anonymous Bell Atlantic-New Jersey Buncombe County Schools Foundation, Inc. Scholarship for Clyde A. Erwin High School Buntrock Industries Inc. Century 21 Charitable Gift Fund Consumer Credit Union Carmen A. Cox Scholarship Fund City Meat Market CSX Corporation CSX Transportation, Inc. John Deere Foundation Design Build Contracting Corporation Dr. Pepper/Seven Up, Inc. Scholarship Fund EcoQuest International Elks National Foundation Evans Office Supply Company Fellowship of Christian Athletes of Northeast Tennessee/Southwest Virginia The Flower Shoppe The General Educational Fund, Inc. Grace Foundation Greene County Tire & Supply Greeneville Oil & Petroleum Greeneville Pediatric Clinic K-VA-T Food Stores, Inc./Food City Kiser Funeral Home Lake Tansi Village Property Owners' Association, Inc. Masonic Foundation of Utah, Inc. McDonald's The Corporation for National Service Scholarship Fund North American Philips Corporation Phillips Petroleum Foundation

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Popcorn Video Professional Vending Services Ratterman Shell Scholarship Fund Rotary Club of Asheville Fund Sprint Foundation Students In Free Enterprise Tri-City Bank Triton Athletic Booster Club Turrell Foundation Unaka Scholarship Foundation, Inc. UAW-GM Scholarship Program for Dependent Children United Cities Gas Company Vermont Student Assistance Corporation Vulcan Materials Company The Wagnalls Memorial Scholar ship Fund Wal-Mart Foundation Wal-Mart Foundation Scholarship Fund Warehouse Logistics LLC M. B. Wit Company The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) Alpha Delta Kappa, TAU Chapter Scholarship Fund American Business Women's Association, Holston River Chapter Anonymous CNF Transporation, Inc. Scholarship Fund Consolidated Edison Company Grand Chapter Order of the Eastern Star of Utah Greene Coach Company IBM Corporation Kemper Group Kiwanis Club of Greeneville Kiwanis Club of Madison The Arthur K. and Sylvia S. Lee Scholarship Foundation Lilly Industries, Inc. A. Keith Livingston Lockheed-Martin Corporation Foundation McKesson Foundation Inc. NAPCO Sharptown Lions Club Southeastern Association of Educational Opportunity Program for Scholarships Sprint The Tailor Shop Triton Educational Foundation Weavexx WGRV-WIKQ Radio Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Society Scholarship

The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) Andrew Johnson Inn Ann's GreeneHaus Anonymous (4) Appalachian Chiropractic Center Audio Visual Electronics, Inc. Bestfoods Bird and Isbell Partnership Captain D's of Greeneville Champion International Corporation Corinthian Lodge No. 414 F&AM Corley's Pharmacy, Inc. Lisa Crum State Farm Agent Days Inn Doak Ruritan Club East Tennessee Forest Products Exxon Education Foundation Dr. James W. Gamble, Jr. DDS Greene County Fishing and Hunting Club Hartford Insurance Group Howard's Pharmacy Jefferson County High School Scholarship Program Jefferson-Pilot Foundation Jerry Hall Realtors Jewelers Market, Inc. Lyco Trophies & Awards Dr. Michael C. Monger, D.D.S. MTD Mutual of New York Foundation Pacific Scientific Package Express Centers, Inc. Pinecrest Cleaners Pioneer Market Presbyterian Women of the Presbytery of Western North Carolina Public Service Electric & Gas Ross Appliance & Furniture State Farm Companies Foundation Stone Mountain Carpet Mill Susong Pharmacy, Inc. Telcordia Technologies Weems Excavating & Paving Company The Century Club ($100 - $249) Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. American National Can Company Anonymous Bank of America Foundation BASF Corporation The Black & Decker Corporation Celanese Americas Foundation Center for Bariatric Medicine CNA Surety Corporation Convergys Foundation, Inc. Delta Electrical Contractors The Dexter Corporation Eastside Garden Club John C. Echols Memorial Fund

Elbert Kinser Detachment U. S. Marine Corps League Federated Department Stores The Fields' Family Scholarship Fund First Tennessee Bank, Memphis, Tennessee General Electric Foundation Greeneville Jr. Women's Club Johnson & Johnson Companies Lucent Technologies Mahoney's Motorola Foundation Textron Inc. Tri-Angle Contractors University of St. Thomas Cameron School of Business Xerox Foundation Sustaining Donors Allstate Insurance Company Anonymous Baltimore Gas & Electric Company Bowater Incorporated Eastman Chemical Company Staff of DMT/Glycol Section The Jostens Foundation, Inc. Nortel Networks, Inc. Parker Hannifin Foundation Wachovia Bank & Trust Company, NA MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES The Doak Society ($10,000 - $24,999) ALCOA FOUNDATION Dr. Kenneth A. Bowman '70 The Gray Society ($2,500 - $4,999) ALLTRISTA CORPORATION Mr. Albert H. Giles Mrs. Carla Buckles Riggs '91 Mr. John H. Snyder AT&T FOUNDATION Mr. Wayne Eichele '73 Mr. Richard D. Francis '76 Miss Dorothea A. Huber '50 CIGNA FOUNDATION Mrs. Peggy McKnight PRUDENTIAL FOUNDATION Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. Koehler Mr. William Pilloni '60 The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) BELL ATLANTIC-NEW JERSEY Mr. & Mrs. Michael Konash Miss Jean Prescott '38 Mr. Howard R. Winkemeier, Jr. '48 CSX CORPORATION Mr. Howard S. Emerick II '72

Mr. Richard E. Brosmore GRACE FOUNDATION Mr. G. Roswell Evans '45 NORTH AMERICAN PHILIPS CORPORATION Mr. Herbert Wayne Hughes '90 Mr. Eddie B. Jeffers '64 Mr. J. Kermit Justis '49 Ms. Lorna F. Tauscher Shelton '98 Mr. John D. Snyder PHILLIPS PETROLEUM FOUNDATION Mr. Warren J. Gordonwood SPRINT FOUNDATION Mrs. Pamela A. Eichele Mr. Charles E. Jones '95 Mrs. Betty Fields McVey '86 TURRELL FOUNDATION Mr. Duane R. Richardson '74 The Patrons Club ($500 - $999) CONSOLIDATED EDISON COMPANY Mr. Robert W.Van Wyck '51 IBM CORPORATION Mr. & Mrs. Leo J. Holihan '78 '78 (Jeanne Schoebel) Mr. Leonard Kuwalik, Sr. '54 Mr. Peter A. Opstrup '65 Mr. Endre F. Sarkany '61 Mr. C. Earle Shotwell '47 Mrs. Shirley A. Ruhe Tatem '51 Mr. Douglas R. Wilder KEMPER GROUP Mr. Bruce C. Howell '66 Mr. David A. Nyholm '62 LILLY INDUSTRIES, INC. Mr. John Kahrs, Jr. '50 LOCKHEED-MARTIN CORPORATION FOUNDATION Ms. Shirley Oden Cox '92 Mr. Billy R. Fellers '64 Mr. Terry L. Heatherly '96 Mr. Garry D. Monhollen '96 Mr. Dwight H. Newman '51 Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Poole '92 '92 (Christina McLaughlin) Mr. & Mrs. Anthony T. Redmon '95 '95 (Sharon S. Redmon) McKESSON FOUNDATION INC. Mr. Samuel P. Roller '49 The Faculty Club ($250 - $499) BESTFOODS Mr. & Mrs. Ian C. Baird '60 '63 CHAMPION INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Mr. George A. Westbrook '49 EXXON EDUCATION FOUNDATION Mr. & Mrs. Ian C. Baird '60 '63

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OFFICERS Chairman David L. Hale, Sr. Pastor Rogersville Presbyterian Church Rogersville Vice Chairman Mr. Alan Kobs Director of Christian Education First Presbyterian Church Greeneville Program Chair Mrs. Patricia Hutchens Dunlap '94 Presbytery of East Tennessee Knoxville MEMBERS John D. Campbell, Jr. Shelby, North Carolina Pemberton Cooley III Pastor Covenant Presbyterian Church Johnson City Lewis F. Cosby First Presbyterian Church Johnson City Daniel M. Donaldson Pastor First Presbyterian Church Greeneville Ms. Judy Elb Erin Presbyterian Church Knoxville Dave Fillpot Retired Pastor Unicoi David Horne Interim Pastor Fountain City Presbyterian Church Knoxville T. Henry Jablonski H'78 First Presbyterian Church Johnson City Eleanor Jaynes '51 Erin Presbyterian Church Knoxville Frank E. Jump Pastor Second Presbyterian Church Chattanooga Barbara Kelly Bethel Presbyterian Church Kingsport Malcolm M. King III Pastor First Presbyterian Church Lafollette James A. Mays First Presbyterian Church Greeneville

John E. Mays Blairsville Presbyterian Church Blairsville, GA John G. Mitchell Pastor Amity Presbyterian Church Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Greeneville Ann Norman Colonial Heights Presbyterian Church Kingsport Jack D. Raymore Pastor Waverly Road Presbyterian Church Kingsport Robert P. Reno Pastor First Presbyterian Church Jefferson City Sue Overton Walker '48 Graystone Presbyterian Church Knoxville Carolyn Ward First Presbyterian Church Greeneville Stephen R. Weisz Pastor Mt. Zion Presbyterian Church Greeneville James B. Wilbanks Retired Executive Presbyter Presbytery of East Tennessee Knoxville Beth Yarborough Associate Minister First Presbyterian Church Kingsport TRUSTEES Hugh Jaynes Harrison Lamons Wiley Prugh Angus Shaw Ex-OFFICIO Gradye Parsons Bruce Ford Lewis Fowler

HARTFORD INSURANCE GROUP Mrs. Paula Howell JEFFERSON-PILOT FOUNDATION Reverend J. D. Whitesides MUTUAL OF NEW YORK FOUNDATION Mrs. Arlene Dell'Aquila Corliss '58 PACIFIC SCIENTIFIC Mr. Duane R. Richardson '74 PUBLIC SERVICE ELECTRIC & GAS Mr. & Mrs. Keith Campbell (Jane Woodruff '75) STATE FARM COMPANIES FOUNDATION Lisa Crum State Farm Agent Mr. Jack E. Shaw '53 TELCORDIA TECHNOLOGIES Mr. Malcolm G. Stevenson '51 The Century Club ($100 - $249) ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, INC. Mr. Richard H. Cox AMERICAN NATIONAL CAN COMPANY Mrs. Betty Beeson Helms '44 BANK OFAMERICA FOUNDATION Mr. William D. Alexander '55 Mrs. Marian Gray Shelton '45 BASF CORPORATION Mr. Darius Vincent Eaton, Jr. '86 THE BLACK & DECKER CORPORATION Mr. & Mrs. Douglas H. Long CELANESE AMERICAN FOUNDATION Mr. & Mrs. John E. Masters, Sr. '36 '40 CNA SURETY CORPORATION Mr. Michael S. Petro '76 CONVERGYS FOUNDATION,INC. Mr. Paul D. Atwood '62 THE DEXTER CORPORATION Mr. Kevin J. Prey '70 FEDERATED DEPARTMENT STORES Mr. & Mrs. Wilbur E. Kriete '58 '58 (Charlotte Craig) GENERALELECTRICFOUND TION A Mrs. Marilyn L. Griess Kellar '50 JOHNSON & JOHNSON COMPANIES Mr. Robert V. Moore '49 LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES Mr. & Mrs. Michael Konash Mr. H. David Lawing '61 MOTOROLA FOUNDATION Mrs. June Barrett Mittman '45 TEXTRON INC. Mrs. Amanda Bettis Graves '95 XEROX FOUNDATION Mr. Michael W. Wallace '68

Sustaining Donors BALTIMORE GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY Mrs. Sylvia Carter Rumer '58 BOWATER INCORPORATED Mr. Kenneth T. Hickson '98 Mrs. Kimberly Juarez Hinton '97 NORTEL NETWORKS, INC. Ms. Barbara A. Brown '77 PARKER HANNIFIN FOUNDATION Ms. Dixie L. Efird '97 WACHOVIA BANK & TRUST COMPANY, NA Mrs. Sue Wade Davis '66 MEMORIALS MRS. CAROLYN ARMITAGE by Mr. & Mrs. James M. Pensinger, Sr. MRS. WAHNEETAH FLEENOR AUCREMANN '39 by Mr. Francis H. Aucremann MRS. ALVA ALLENE BAILEY by Mr. Oscar M. Dugger '35 MR. EMORY G. BATTLE & MRS. NEVA S. BATTLE by Mr. & Mrs. Lynn J. Battle '62 '62 MR. W. C. "Charlie" BAXLEY by Mr. Daniel J. Olmstead, Jr. '60 MRS. ESTELLE F. BEHAN by Mrs. Mitzi D. Fulwiler Cassell '76 MRS. GLADYS G. BOSWELL by Ms. Josephine D. Boswell '67 MS. JUDITH BISHOP BOSWELL by Mr. James De Baun '57 Reverend & Mrs. R. Carl Menkens '58 '58 Mr. & Mrs. William Pilloni '60 '59 Prudential Foundation MR. LINTON B. BOSWELL by Ms. Josephine D. Boswell '67 MRS. GLADYS G. BOSWELL by Ms. Josephine D. Boswell '67 MR. DANIEL P. BROWN '38 by Mr. Robert C. Harris '40 MRS. NANCY COWLES BROWN '45 by Mr. & Mrs. F. Harrison Lamons MRS. LUCILE W. BUNTROCK by Mrs. Eloise C. Emory REVEREND WILLIAM E. CLARK by Dr. & Mrs. Charles F. Betts, Jr. MR. BRUFFIE CONNER by Mrs. Dorothy Smith Clinard '63 Mr. & Mrs. F. Harrison Lamons MRS. MARGUERITE BRUMLEY DETTE '31 by Mrs. Carolyn J. Brooks Mrs. Karen S. Todd Jackson '88 MISS MARTHA MARGARET DUGGER by Mr. Oscar M. Dugger '35

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MR. ROBERT EDWARD ER WIN '31 by Mr. Oscar M. Dugger '35 Mrs. Constance H. Lambert MRS. MARY WILSON GRAY '26 by Mr. & Mrs. John Thomas Gerig IBM Corporation Mrs. Phyllis G. Webster MRS. JANE CURTIS HENDERSON '40 by Mr. Alfred Miller '39 REVEREND GEORGE T. HUBBARD, SR. '32 by Mr. George T. Hubbard, Jr. '64 MRS. MONTIE C. HUNT by Ms. Diana L.Vagle MRS. MILDRED JOHNSON by Mr. & Mrs. James Derks Eastman Chemical Company Staff of DMT/Glycol Section REVEREND WILLIAM J. KAYLOR by Miss Janet C. Sell '68 MR. KYLE K. KING '37 by Ms. Elizabeth B. Meadows MRS. ETHEL STEELE KUCKHOFF '49 and MRS. ILENE STEELE HAYLOR '26 by IBM Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Douglas R. Wilder MR. LEON J. LESLIE '51 by Mr. Edgar A. Bergholtz '50 Mrs. Nancy H. Leslie MRS. EILEEN G. LEWIS by Mr. Oscar M. Dugger '35 Mrs. Janet C. Borden Eastman MR. CHRISTOPHER SHAWN MAUK '98 by Mr. & Mrs. Aubrey D. Dacus, Jr. Mrs. Millie Mauk Mrs. Martha Vaughn Sprankle MRS. TERESA BAILEY MCINTYRE by Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Jones '95 Sprint Foundation MR. GERALD E. MEEH '52 by Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. Koehler Mrs. Barbara Meeh Prudential Foundation DR. RUTLEDGE MILLER by Mr. & Mrs. F. Harrison Lamons MR. R. MARKLEY AND MRS. ALICE LARUE MURRAY '35 by Mr. & Mrs. James M. Pensinger, Sr. MRS. FRANCES BERNARD OVERALL '40 by Reverend Harold A. Rainey '66 MAJ. ELMER W. ROTHENBURGER '39 by Mr. Robert C. Harris '40 MS. PENNY SCOTT by Mr. & Mrs. F. Harrison Lamons MRS. ROXANNE BROWN SELF '27 by Mrs. Martha B. Bible Dr. Ralph T. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Dudley Brown

Reverend & Mrs. William C. Brown Mrs. Dorothy Self Fernsler '41 Ms. Rebecca B. Justis* Mrs. Mildred Self Masengill '44 Mrs. Annette S. Harmon Pal MR. CLYDE E. SPENCER '46 by Employees of C-Power Products,LLC Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Cook Mr. & Mrs. Ralph C. Davis Ms. Beverley A. Garside Mrs. Elaine Gustafson Ms. Dorothy O. Hausser Mr. Newton P. Hoey Mr. & Mrs. Calvin K. Miller Mr. & Mrs. Walter T. Petty Ms. Lois H. Schwader Mrs. Jeannette C. Spencer Mr. Glen C. Taylor Mr. & Mrs. William H. Tonkin Mrs. Jane R. Turner University of St. Thomas, Cameron School of Business Mr. & Mrs. A. John Vielbig MR. ROBERT W.VOGT '49 by Mrs. Helen Morgan Vogt '50 TRIBUTES MR. J. CLEMENT ALLISON by Mr. Charles H. Tunstall MR. CHARLES A. BROWN by Dr. Donald J. Fernbach '48 MR. ROBERT B. DAVIS by Mr. Charles H. Tunstall LT. Cmdr. LAURENS H. FISH '26 by Mr. & Mrs. Peter G. Fish MR. THOMAS J. GARLAND H'86 by Mrs. Terry E. Buntrock Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Williams MRS. MARGARET SIMPSON GAUT '40 by Ms. Ann Gaut MR. & MRS. E.ALVIN GERHARDT by Ms. Elizabeth M. Gerhardt DR. PAUL R. GODFREY by Mr. Charles H. Tunstall MR. JOHN E. MAYS by Dr. & Mrs. Manning M. Pattillo, Jr.

DR.W. DONALD MCGAVOCK* by Mr. Charles W. Tunstall MR. GLEN C. NEBEL '84 by Col. & Mrs. Dennis J. Harron USA (Ret) MRS. GINNY POND by Maj. & Mrs. Dewey L. Smith, Jr. Mr. BERTHOLD O. RIPLEY '42 by Mr. & Mrs. Harold W. Bell The Black & Decker Corporation Deloitte & Touche Foundation Ms. Susan R. Harkins-White Mr. & Mrs. Douglas H. Long Marsh & McLellan, Inc. Mr. BERTHOLD O. RIPLEY '42 & MRS. VIVIAN COBBLE RIPLEY '44 by Mr. & Mrs. Harold W. Bell Mr. & Mrs. Mike Witt DR. DONAL J. SEXTON, JR. by Mr. Charles W. Tunstall MR. TIMOTHY E. SHAMBLE by The Reverend & Mrs. Donald E. Shamble DR. RUTH M. SHARP by Mr. Charles W. Tunstall DR. JEROME J. WEEMS '34 by Dr. & Mrs. J. John Weems, Jr.

BEQUESTS Benefactors ($1,000,000 or More) Estate of Stella Lawing Percy '30 The Society of 1794 ($25,000 or More) Estate of A. T. Bayless '27 & Lorene Hill Bayless Estate of Estelle F. Behan Estate of Robert L. White '32 The President's Club ($1,000 - $2,499) Estate of Elva Shipley Meyer '28

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The Home Team

PIONEER CLUB

JIM ALLEN (CHAIRPERSON) DOUG DEBUSK `95 AND BOB GRUBB (CAPTAINS) TOMMY BURNS ERIC COBBLE KEN EARL '98 DAVID PARKER LARRY SITZ MARK EASTERLY (CAPTAIN) CAL DOTY BILL ISBELL JACK KILDAY '57 KIP PARKS JOHN RABY KATHY KNIGHT (CAPTAIN) JAMIE HAMER '96 BLAND JUSTIS BOB KING

Attention, classes of '74, '75, `76, '84, '85, '86, '94, '95, `96

Tusculum College has been invited to participate in an important new study of the Appalachian College Association (ACA) to learn how a college education adds value to the personal and professional lives of graduates. From this survey, we hope to learn a great deal about the careers of former students and how they were affected by their undergraduate and graduate experiences. Your response is important, and your perspective will make a vital contribution as we consider improvements in the quality of our educational programs. I sincerely appreciate your assistance. You have our thanks in advance for cooperating in this effort, which will benefit Tusculum College in particular and the ACA in general. Enjoy the survey and help us have the best response rate among the participating colleges. -- Sean Bride Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving

JOE MORRIS, JR. SUSAN VANCE '91 MARK WILLIAMS (CAPTAIN) GAIL LANDERS BILL MOSS BEN PODBIELSKI LYDIA TAYLOR '98 BILLY WILLIAMS

SPECIAL NOTICE

A note of thanks ...

Thank you to the following New Jersey alumni for their dedication in their recruitment efforts for Tusculum College at New Jersey high schools and community colleges: Sandi Bregler '87, Joe Fritz '68,

Murial Hardy '48, Ted Heinz '68, Richard Hickey '58, Adrienne Hommell '56, Scott Hoffman '94, Karl Jeulch '53, R. Lekander '51, Jose Monroy Jr. '94, Bill & Jane Pilloni '60 '59, Bob Pollock '65, Marian Pool '71, George Ryan '75, C. Sinkway '52, and Justin Zucker '93.

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Niswonger on `living, learning, and returning'

On August 22, Tusculum College Trustee and Benefactor Scott Niswonger spoke on the campus to the athletes of Tusculum and others of theTusculum family and community during a special gathering sponsored by Tusculum's Athletics Department. Mr. Niswonger shared some of his views of life, business, community, academics, and athletics, and also revealed why he is such a strong supporter of Tusculum College. Following are excerpted highlights of the talk he presented that evening. -----------------Twenty years ago in this community we started a small business called Landair, with each of us investing $2000. Today that business has achieved annual sales of almost $400 million and an operating profit of $50 million. Since the companies are now publicly traded, the market capitalization, which means the share price of our stock multiplied by the number of shares, is just under $1 billion. Building a successful team or career is similar to building a successful business. It is made, not born. Socrates said, "Wealth does not bring about excellence; but excellence does bring about wealth and all other public and private blessings." For those of you who have come from larger cities and more developed areas you may be wondering if you have made the right decision in coming to Tusculum. Let me share with you a little history about this very special place called Greene County . . . This free country we enjoy today was made possible by brave people, not the faint of heart.When Andrew Johnson came to this community, he was about your age and could neither read nor write. But he learned . . . and (later became) the 17th President of the United States . . . Another person born in this community many years ago . . . and who ultimately gave his life for his country was a man by the name of Davy Crockett . . . Your choice to attend Tusculum puts you among those who live their lives with a passion for what they believe . . . Whatever career path you community and particularly to Tusculum College. I believe it is unfortunate that most people who have attained some degree of success and wealth wait until fairly late in their careers and lives to do any significant giving. The mission of Tusculum College, its Civic Arts program, and other disciplines involving practical wisdom need financial support to achieve their vision and growth.This simply could not wait . . . I am reminded of the saying,"Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, but teach a man to fish and you will feed him for a lifetime." So it is with our new facilities . . .The learning, the fellowship, and the team building that take place on this campus and in these buildings strengthen us while making an enormous difScott Niswonger ference in the future of this community. choose, you will be proud of the eduLike Bill Gates -- only on a little cation you received at Tusculum . . . smaller scale -- I believe in bringing You can make the "big time" from the discipline of business to the art of where you are today. I am convinced giving: in practical terms, doing as the Pioneer football team will come much good as possible with groups from a season of 2-9 to achieve a already doing excellent work.Yes, like National Championship at some Tusculum . . . point in the future. As we enter this I would like each of you to reseason in the South Atlantic Conference, member this saying:"Learn, Earn, and Return." . . . An interesting old Chinese provI have been asked why erb to ponder: him in the fanny when he doesn't.And my players will all be winners." . . . When you think it's getting tough to deal with everything, let me give you a few thoughts to remember. Helen Keller, a blind and deaf woman, graduated with honors from Radcliff. Imagine that, deaf and blind graduating with honors. Try that one! Keller said, "Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all!" . . . Einstein was four years old before he could speak and seven before he could read. Walt Disney was fired by a newspaper editor because he had "no good ideas." Wehrner Von Braun, the father of the American space program, failed ninth grade algebra. Abraham Lincoln entered the Blackhawk War as a captain and came out a private. Winston Churchill failed the sixth grade. Churchill is one of my favorites. Remember your history! In the Battle of Br itain, the Messerschmitts lit the sky like fireflies. The British Spitfires were outnumbered 10 to 1, but the British won! They didn't know they could be defeated. But while London was being pulverized by the Ger mans, Churchill would appear in public and encourage the British people to persevere. One of his most famous quotes: "Never, never, never give up!" . . . In closing, let me quote Dr. Ing Porche, Chairman of Porche Motor Company. Dr. Porche said, "Life is a race, marked by a start and a finish. It's what we learn during the race, and how we apply it, that determines whether our participation has particular value. If we learn from each success and each failure, and improve ourselves through this process, then we will have fulfilled our potential and performed well!" As you start this year at Tusculum, be prepared to adapt and change. Be willing to risk, and be eager to dream. Academically and athletically, let's have a GREAT season, and fun doing it!

That's what we do at Tusculum. Through teamwork, we plant people . . . Coach Bear Bryant made a comment on sportsmanship which we may lose sight of from time to time. Bryant said, "When you knock the man down, extend your hand to help him up.". . . Your professors and coaches believe . . . in the mission of Tusculum College . . . And they will be here for you. That's the difference. It's family. It's community. Bear Bryant also commented on life and success on the field of comthe difficulties and struggles we face petition:"Give me that ordinary perwill bring us to a higher level and son, not a superstar. Give me that ordinary person who will work to we will get better every year. I have been asked why I give so achieve our goals. I'll pat him on the heavily in monetary donations to our back when does well and I'll kick

I give so heavily in monetary donations to our community and particularly to Tusculum College. . . .The mission of Tusculum College, its Civic Arts program, and other disciplines involving practical wisdom need financial support to achieve their vision and growth.This simply could not wait.

If your vision is for a year, plant wheat. If your vision is for ten years, plant trees. If your vision is for a lifetime, plant people.

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An exciting work in progress slowly transforms the landscape ... and the world of Pioneer athletics ...

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. . . as upon an expanse of empty ground a new sports complex becomes part of theTC campus

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TUSCULUM ATHLETICS

Paul Czerniak's prowess drawing attention

Plaudits have been plentiful this He was named South Atlantic season for Tusculum College's Paul Conference Player of the Week twice, Czerniak. becoming the first Tusculum football player to earn the award. Czerniak, a junior from Syracuse, N.Y., set a new school record, averaging 50.2 yards on five punts, in a 23-17 loss to Arkansas-Monticello, including a 64-yarder, the second longest punt in Pioneer history. He pinned the Boll Weevils inside their own 20-yard line on four occasions and inside the 10-yard line twice. He booted a pair of PAT's and kicked a 49-yard field goal. He followed that with another fine performance by recording three school single-game records and booted four field goals, including a school-record 52-yarder in Tusculum's 26-0 victory over Livingstone College. He accounted Czerniak for 14 of the Pioneers' 26 points, while also averaging 41.7 yards per punt Czer niak was named on his three attempts, including a 48USAFOOTBALL.COM. Division yarder. Of his three punts, two were II National Special Teams Player of inside the 20-yard line. the Week. Czerniak matched his school record

Paul Czerniak in action with another 52-yard field goal in Tusculum's 13-6 victory at NCAA IAA Jacksonville University. With only four games in, he had already set a single-season record with nine field goals and was leading the conference in punting averaging over 40 yards per boot. -- Dom Donnelly

Achievements piling up for Pioneers

TC Athletes pull in early season honors

By the time Tusculum College was only three weeks into the fall sports seasons, TC had already quadrupled the number of South Atlantic Conference Players of the Week. In 1999, only Kelsa Eschmann of the women's soccer team earned the prestigious award. Tusculum has boasted four and is likely to add to that tally as the season's progress. Paul Czerniak of the football team and Matt Orchard-Lisle of the TC men's soccer team have earned the award in their respective sports in consecutive weeks. Czerniak, a junior from Syracuse, N.Y. has kicked his way into the record books and led Tusculum to wins in three of the first four games of the 2000 season. Orchard-Lisle, a junior forward from London, England, recorded goals in four straight matches, in-

Orchard-Lisle cluding a three-goal hat trick in the Pioneers 6-1 win at Catawba College in their league opener. The Tusculum women's soccer squad has boasted two different hon-

Barron orees for league Player of the Week recognition. Freshman Rachel Barron won it the first week by scoring six goals and three assists in three wins for the

Galvin Pioneers. Junior Robyn Galvin added her two-goal performance in TC's 32 victory over defending South Atlantic Conference champions Presbyterian College.

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TUSCULUM ATHLETICS

Moorhouse joinsTusculum as head athletic trainer

A new face at Tusculum College, but not a stranger in the Greene County community, is new head athletic trainer Craig Moorhouse. Moorhouse joins the Pioneer family after serving the last three years as Head Athletic Trainer at Greeneville High School. He replaces Jane Steinberg, who resigned her position at Tusculum to accept a teaching post at Carson-Newman College. Moorhouse will be responsible for providing medical coverage, recognition and treatment of injuries, and rehabilitation for all 14 intercollegiate teams and more than 300 studentathletes at Tusculum. "We are delighted to have Craig join our staff," said Hoffmeyer. "He comes highly recommended by the medical community in Greene County, as well as area athletic trainers who have known Craig thorough their professional associations and academic relationships. Being a local resident should serve him well as he begins his career at Tusculum. It is always nice to find a qualified candidate right in your backyard." Moorhouse is certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association (N.A.T.A.) and is a Tennessee State Licensed Athletic Trainer. He is also certified in the following: American Red Cross CPR, First Aid Certified, American Heart Association CPR, and National Safety Council First Aid. He is also certified to be an American Heart Association CPR instructor, National Safety Council First Aid Instructor and is a licensed Emergency Medical Technician. The 1995 East Tennessee State University alumnus served two years as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Virginia Tech. While at the Blacksburg, Va. school, Moorhouse ser ved as assistant trainer for the Hokie football squad that advanced to the Sugar Bowl in 1996 and the Orange Bowl in 1997. Moorhouse also served as a trainer for Tech's wrestling and field hockey teams. "This is a great opportunity and I'm very excited about getting started," said Moorhouse. "A lot is happening at Tusculum College. The facilities are second to none and I'm looking forward to working with some fine students. I'm happy to get back into the college ranks, especially at a school like Tusculum that is gaining respect as one of the premier small colleges in the nation. Working at a small school is where I want to be." Moorhouse lettered two seasons on the collegiate gridiron at his alma mater. The Greeneville native played fullback, but his football career at ETSU was cut short due to a neck injury. He devoted the rest of his collegiate career as a student athletic trainer with the Bucs, where he assisted in covering all 16 teams at ETSU. Moorhouse and his wife, the former Amanda Kelly, were married last December and they live in Greeneville. -- Dom Donnelly

Chris Lenker takes position TC football as assistant athletic trainer; going back formerly at East Carolina on internet

Chris Lenker has been named assistant athletic trainer at Tusculum College, announced TC Director of Athletics Ed Hoffmeyer. Lenker replaces Lisa Stalans, who resigned her post earlier this summer to accept a similar position at the University of Texas. Lenker, 25, comes to the Greeneville campus after serving as graduate assistant athletic trainer at East Carolina University for the past two years. While at ECU, Lenker assisted in the management and rehabilitation of athletic injuries for 500 student-athletes in the 19 sports offered at the NCAA Division I program. His primary responsibilities included men's soccer, baseball and football, which played in last season's inaugural Mobile, Alabama Bowl. "Having Chris join our staff is a real plus for Tusculum College," said Hoffmeyer. "He brings valuable experience in all areas of athletic training from a highly respected program at East Carolina University." Prior to his stint at ECU, Lenker served as head athletic trainer at White Oak High School in Jacksonville, N.C. He was responsible for the medical coverage and rehabilitation for the student-athletes at White Oak, while also serving on the faculty. "What really attracted me to Tusculum College was that the athletic department is heading in the right direction," said Lenker. "The facilities, the coaching staff and the community are first class. The athletic staff has an attitude that it is going places, and I'm excited to be a part of that." The Iowa native is certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association (N.A.T.A.) and is a licensed through the North Carolina Board of Athletic Trainer Examiners. Lenker is also a National Safety Council Instructor in First Aid, CPR and Bloodborne Pathogens). He earned his Bachelor's degree in Exercise and Sports Science at East Carolina in 1997, and later earned his Master's in Health Education at ECU. "We are confident that our student-athletes will be in good hands with Chris and (new head athletic trainer) Craig Moorhouse in charge of their care," added Hoffmeyer. -- Dom Donnelly

Former TC standout tagged for XFL tryout

STAMFORD, Conn. -- Former Tusculum College running back Birdie Dockery has been invited to try out with the newly formed XFL. Throughout the next two months the XFL will be conducting workouts for select player prospects who if selected will be eligible for the league's inaugural draft Oct. 28-31. The first XFL season begins February 3, 2001 with teams in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Orlando, Memphis, Birmingham, Las Vegas and San Jose. Dockery, who played on the TC gridiron from 1997-98, completed an All-Pro season with the Dayton Skyhawks of the Indoor Football League this past summer.The Newport, Tenn. native led Dayton in scoring with 158 points, including 25 touchdowns. He rushed for 708 yards and 18 TD's, while also accounting for 21 receptions for 280 yards and seven scores. During his Tusculum career, Dockery established a pair of singleseason records in rushing with 1,505 yards and 249 carries during the 1997 season. From 1997-98, he rushed for 2,256 yards and 18 touchdowns. -- Dom Donnelly

The Nauticom Sports Network has announced that it has added Tusculum College to its member broadcast affiliates.The first internet broadcast was to be the Homecoming 2000 matchup with South Atlantic Conference foe Lenoir-Rhyne College at Pioneer Field at the refurbished football stadium. Alumni and friends of the College who live in the Greeneville area can hear Pioneer football games on 1450-AM, WSMG Radio, as well as on NSN. The broadcast team of Brian Stayton and Jamie Hamer call at the action on the Pioneer Radio Network, which is returning to the internet for the first time since last February. Fans can access the live broadcast on the Nauticom Sports Network by going to www.nsnsports.com or the Tusculum College Athletics website at www.tusculum.edu/athletics. The Pioneers (4-1, 1-0 SAC) were off to their best start in over six years and entered Saturday's game on a three-game winning streak. -- Dom Donnelly

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Doak House Museum receives IMLS grant

Tusculum College's Doak House Museum has been informed that it is being granted $19,170 as one of 177 "exemplary museums" across the country. Beverly Sheppard, acting director of the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), announced Tuesday (Sept. 19) in Washington, D.C. The IMLS is the federal agency that supports the nation's 15,000 museums and 122,000 libraries. George Collins, director of the museum program and studies at Tusculum, said the grant will be used "to undertake the organization and data entry of information about the Doak House Museum's collection, with particular emphasis on the contents of the original account books of Samuel Witherspoon Doak." The Doak House Museum and President Andrew Johnson Museum and Library are administered by Tusculum's Department of Museum Program and Studies. In announcing the grants, Sheppard said, "For 22 years the federal IMLS has encouraged the best in museum service by awarding General Operating Support grants." This year over 500 museum professionals reviewed 823 applications from museums throughout the nation, according to an IMLS press release. "We are very pleased to have been awarded this grant by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. It is recognition of the work which has been done by Cindy Lucas, associate director, and the staff of the Doak House Museum. It is also recognition of the potential for the museum as it moves forward to expand its service to the community," Collins said. According to the IMLS, museums that receive these General Operating Support (GOS) grants are allowed great flexibility in how the grant money is spent. The GOS grants are highly competitive, according to the IMLS. Applications are judged by museum professionals with an average of 13 years experience in the field. Successful applicant museums must demonstrate "the highest standards in 10 areas involving every aspect of their operations, from collections care to security, from public education programs to exhibits.

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George Collins is shown inside the Doak House Museum as he prepares for a recent television interview about the Museum.With his back to the photographer is Mark Helton of WCYB-TV Channel 5 in Bristol, which produced and aired the interview.

Grants are awarded to all types of museums, from anthropological to zoological, fine art and folk art, urban and rural, large and small," the IMLS press release stated. Half of IMLS grants are awarded to museums with annual operating budgets below $250,000. IMLS is an independent federal agency that fosters leadership, innovation, and learning by supporting the nation's museums and 122,000 libraries. Created in 1996, IMLS has an annual budget of $190 million. The Doak House Museum is dedicated to the collecting, interpret-

ing, researching, preserving and exhibiting of the original Doak House, college related artifacts, Doak family artifacts, and educational and religious artifacts and documents from Northeast Tennessee. The museum uses its collections and resources to promote the studyand research of history, education, religion and cultural heritage of the people of Northeast Tennessee and the state. The Doak House Museum was designated as a museum in 1974. It operates as a department of Tusculum College. --Cameron Judd

The Doak House Museum

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Students, faculty, administrators, staff take part in prayer observance on campus

About 25 Tusculum College students, staff, and faculty members took part in a "SeeYou at the Pole" prayer time in front of Niswonger Commons on the campus Sept. 20 prior to the start of the day's classes. According to Campus Minister Dr. Stephen Weisz, who is also associate professor of religious studies, the event grew out of the efforts of four Tusculum students: Joel Owen of Russellville, Tenn.; Sarah McGar of Modesto, Calif.; Meredith Miles of Mor r istown, Tenn., and Sarah Flanigan of Athens, Tenn. With little advance fanfare, the observance drew about two dozen individuals to the area in front of Niswonger Commons, where they joined hands and prayed, some silently, others aloud. Prayers included petitions on behalf of the college's leaders, faculty, and students, prayers of gratitude for America's religious freedoms, and prayers for the leaders of Tusculum College. -- Cameron Judd

Members of the on-campus Tusculum College community in Greeneville, ranging from students through the college president and other administrators, faculty and staff members, gathered on Sept. 19 outside Niswonger Commons to join in prayer as part of the national "See You at the Pole" prayer event. The college's participation came about largely through the efforts of students.

Tusculum clads tie-dye to lend helping hands to new freshmen

Tusculum College was awash in more tiedye colors than had been seen on the campus since the 1960s as school faculty, staff, and administrators took a break from their usual duties and helped incoming freshman and their parents move possessions into residence halls on Aug. 15. For the lend-a-hand event, brightly colored tie-dye tee-shirts were provided to participating college personnel. College staffers involved in registering the new students also were clad in tie-dye. Dr. Dolph Henry, president, and his wife, Judy, also hosted a reception for the new freshmen and their parents in the presidential residence later in the day. Throughout the rest of the week, the freshmen were involved in orientation, which combined informative and recreational events to help students learn what they need to know to have a successful college experience. The residence halls into which many freshmen moved received improvements during the Tusculum's "uniform" of the day was tie-dye when new freshmen arrived on campus in August. Parents and students alike expressed gratitude for the help in moving into residence halls. summer. --Cameron Judd

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At Partnership reception, Tusculum's 26th President reflects on home, community, and `strategic planning'

Dr. Dolphus Henry, who became Tusculum College's 26th president on June 1, and his wife, Judith, were introduced to Greeneville and Greene County political and business leaders on the evening of Aug. 17. During a reception hosted at the General Morgan Inn & Conference Center by the Greene County Partnership and Andrew Johnson Bank, Dr. Henry said he foresees a "bright future" for Tusculum College, Greeneville and Greene County. In formally introducing Henry to the dignitaries, who included U.S. Rep. Bill Jenkins, R-1st, of Rogersville, Bill Hickerson, president of Andrew Johnson Bank, said that Tusculum College has "made tremendous strides over the past 10 years toward becoming one of the premier liberal arts schools in this part of the country." Hickerson also said the college's campus has been "transformed" over the last few years, thanks to financial donations and pledges from community leaders. "Thanks to Scott Niswonger and others in this room, more than $25 million has been pledged and donated," he said. As a result, Hickerson pointed out: · the Niswonger Commons and Alpine Arena are a reality; · dormitories have been refurbished; · residence halls have received new furniture; · new sports facilities are being added, along with "a press box at Pioneer Field, a new field house, and an indoor practice facility." In addition, Hickerson said, the college has been selected to host the first-ever South Atlantic Conference Fall Sports Festival in October. That event is expected to draw 1,000 visitors to Greene County for a threeday period, he noted. Noting that Tusculum College now is "positioned to grow and expand" on its record of academic achievement, Hickerson said the school is "fortunate to have found a new president who is excited and invigorated with the challenges that lie ahead." While lauding the accomplishments of former Tusculum College President Dr. Robert E. Knott, Hickerson said he believes Dr. Henry is up to the task of succeeding Knott. He noted that Dr. Henry, who came to Tusculum from a post as Mercer University's vice president for enrollment management, is a native of nearby Southwest Virginia and holds a Ph.D. degree in educational research and evaluation fromVirginia Tech in addition to an M.S. degree from Radford University, an M.A. from Harvard University and a B.A. from Roanoke College. Henry, Hickerson noted, has 27 years of college administrative experience with emphasis on strategic planning, marketing and outcomebased learning. When Dr. Henr y took the speaker's platform, he said he wanted to thank the community for welcoming him and his wife, Judy. "When we came into Tri-Cities Regional Airport, looked south and saw the mountains, we just thought this was home," he said. "Everyone here has made us feel such a part of the community in a very short time." Calling Tusculum a "marvelous college," Henry pointed out that students have about 3,500 choices of colleges to attend in the U.S. "But when you look at the schools that are small, have unique curriculums and have civic arts missions, you really come down to a very special place, not only a college but a special location," he said."I feel very fortunate to have been selected to head this college." Henry's strategic planning background showed through when he noted that the college has begun a strategic planning process. "We need to know where we want to be in five and 10 years out," he said. "We've had many lunches with community leaders, and I've sat down with faculty and students and basically brainstormed where we would like to see Tusculum in five years and where we see our community in five years." Noting that he wanted to "get our students out" into civic organizations and schools, Henry said the college is looking to serve the community. "Really, our campus is all of Greeneville and Greene County," he said. Dr. Henry also told those in attendance that he foresees "a very bright future" for Tusculum and for Greeneville and Greene County. ----------------------------The above story, republished by permission, was written by Bill Jones, staff writer for The Greeneville Sun, and originally published in that newspaper.

Trustee's donation made in name of Tusculum

Local conference for writers given boost

The Lost State of Franklin Writers Conference received a boost through a $10,000 donation given in the name of Tusculum College by Scott M. Niswonger, chairman of Landair and Forward Air corporations. Niswonger is a member of the Tusculum College Board of Trustees, and a Benefactor of Tusculum College. Because of his long-time support of Tusculum, the large multi-use commons building on the campus is named Niswonger Commons. Niswonger, a 1987 Tusculum graduate, made the donation for general support of the annual conference, which brings noted writers, editors, agents and others of the literary world to Greeneville each year. This year's conference this year began Thursday, Sept. 21 and concluded Sunday, Sept. 24. A portion of the conference took place at Tusculum College. A highlight of the conference this year was a Sept. 22 talk by Winston Groom, best known as the author of "Forrest Gump." Groom will speak at a 7 p.m. dinner at the Grand Ballroom of the General Morgan Inn and Conference Center, site of most of the conference events. Other speakers scheduled for the conference included noted regional writer Jo Carson, author and performer of "Daytrips;" Gloria Houston, author-in-residence and visiting assistant professor at Western Carolina University and author of noted books including "Littlejim's Dreams," "Littlejim's Gift: An Appalachian Chr istmas Stor y," and "Mountain Valor;" and David Madden, Donald and Velvia Crumbley professor of creative writing at Louisiana State University and founding director of the United States Civil War Center from 19921999. Several other literary professionals, including editors, teachers, and others, took part in the conference. --Cameron Judd

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TOUCHING THE COMMUNITY

TC's Service-Leader Scholars chosen based on `demonstrated responsibility, good citizenship'

Tusculum College has chosen 12 students as 2000-2001 Service Leader Scholars. Service Leader Scholars are chosen on the basis of demonstrated responsibility and good citizenship in the home, school, church or community. In addition to sharing experiences about leadership in service, students who applied to be Service Leader Scholars were asked to write an essay of 200 words or more on the topic: "What is community service, and why is it important to you?" Service Leader Scholars chosen are Brian Diaz of Boca Raton, Fla., a junior sports management major; Jennifer Bomyea-Johnson, of Jonesborough, a junior history major; S. Elizabeth Patterson of Lawrenceburg, Ind., a freshman pre-med major; Michelle Langford of Huntsville Ala., a freshman biology major; Heather Sellers of Haneville, Ala., a sophomore museum studies/political science major; Brandon Timms of Dalton, Ga., a freshman political science/history major; Hollis Deskins of Tazewell,Va., a freshman K-8 education major;Trina Wooten of Chuckey, a senior secondary education major; and Nick J. Baumann, a freshman education major; Noah Grunzweig, a freshman psychology major; Barbara E. Ricker, a sohomore environmental science major; and Amber Schappacher, a sophomore business major. Baumann, Grunzweig, Ricker and Schappacher are all from Greeneville. In the application essay by Ricker that is representative of the attitudes conveyed by the successful applicants, she says that "community service is providing some type of duty that's for the common good of the community" and that "the performance should be something a person wants to do exemplified through obedience, good works and love." The Service Leader Scholars began their orientation prior to the fall semester. Each scholar commits 150 hours each semester in off-campus

The 2000-2001 Service Leader Scholars for Tusculum College are, from left, back row: Brian Diaz, Brandon Timms, Heather Sellers and Nick Baumann; middle row: Noah Grunzweig, Hollis Deskins, Michelle Langford and Amber Schappacher; and front row: Jennifer Bomyea-Johnson,Trina Wooten and Shannon Patterson. Service Leader Scholar Barbie Ricker was unavailable for the picture. community service placements. Most of this year's scholars spend one hour each week reading with young children with reading difficulties, and were involved in helping organize a campus-wide service day (See story below). They also publicize volunteer opportunities, work with other various other on-campus service efforts, and participate in the recruitment and orientation of new Service Leader Scholars. Each scholar receives a $2,000 scholarship applied toward tuition. The Service Leader Scholars Program is designed for students who want to make a difference in their world. The scholars are provided training and support through the Service-Learning Center on campus. As a group, they participate in programs and activities that promote leadership development, team building and the values associated with community and service. -- Robin Crabtree

Service Day activities impact both campus and community

Scores of Tusculum College students left their classrooms Sept. 7 to fan out across the campus and into the community to perform various service projects in the spirit of the college's Civic Arts emphasis and the long tradition of Nettie Fowler McCormick Service Day. Some work continued the next day as students in an Organization and Administration in Physical Education and Athletics course visited McDonald Elementary School, a Greene County school, where the students helped pupils with basketball skills, discussed sportsmanship, and so on. Tusculum students were involved in a wide range of activities both on and off campus. These included working with clients at Greene County Skills, helping out at the Good Samar itan ministr y in Johnson City, performing landscaping and other improvement projects at schools including Tusculum View Elementar y School and McDonald Elementary School, working in a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity and also helping out at a Habitat construction site, cleaning and doing other work on the grounds of the Doak House Museum on the Tusculum campus, and doing cleanup work at Paint Creek for the Forest Service. The above are only some of the service projects done, and other service projects are planned for later in the year. Tusculum students are taught the

Moving firewood behind the Tusculum Academy building on campus. value of public service through Civic Arts and service-learning concepts and activities built into the curriculum. A long-standing tradition on the campus is McCormick Service Day, named after the wife of Cyrus McCormick, famed for his invention of the McCormick reaper. Mrs. McCor mick is listed among Tusculum's Benefactors.

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Tusculum College has strong presence at Knoxville-based Plasti-Line, Inc.

Professional Studies ...

On the wall of Kathy Coleman Wood's office in the headquarters of Plasti-Line, Inc., in Knoxville hangs a stylized sketch of the famous Tusculum College stone arch. Nearby hangs her Tusculum diploma, attesting to the Bachelor of Arts degree she earned in English and American History in 1977. In her role as vice president of Human Resources for Plasti-Line, Kathy works closely with Jenny Smith, senior training and organization development specialist. Jenny is a Tusculum graduate, too, having received a Bachelor of Science degree in organizational management in 1995 and a Master of Arts in adult education in 1997, both through Tusculum's Professional Studies program. They both work with Butch Davis, who has been a field activities manager at Plasti-Line for about half a year now. He's a Tusculum alum who holds a B.S. in organizational management earned through the Professional Studies program. Elsewhere in the building is Sue Fultz, a Plasti-Line customer accounts manager. She received her degree in applied organizational management in 1995, graduating cum laude through Tusculum's Professional Studies program. Richard Sorensen, manufacturing engineering manager at PlastiLine, earned his Tusculum organizational management degree only this year. He attended Professional Studies classes at the Cedar Bluff location. Mark A. Ludwig, a manager in Plasti-Line's neon/lettermaking department, is a 1988 Tusculum Professional Studies graduate in applied organizational management. And Betsy Martin, training and organization development manager at Plasti-Line, received her B.S. in organization management through Professional Studies seven years ago. There are other 2000 Tusculum graduates who pass one another in the hallways at Plasti-Line. Chris Crawford and Cara Kilgore both graduated through Tusculum's Residential College earlier this year, and are working for Plasti-Line through

Pictured outside Plasti-Line's Knoxville headquarters are, bottom row from left: Chris Crawford and Sue Fultz; second row from left: Kathy Coleman Wood, Jenny Smith, Cara Kilgore, and Betsy Martin; top row from left: Butch Davis, Mark Ludwig, and Freeman Smith. All are graduates of Tusculum through either the Residential College or the Professional Studies program. Not pictured is Rich Sorensen, another Tusculum graduate who works at Plasti-Line. a program called Plasti-Line Accelerated Career Experience, or PACE, which provides them intensive onthe-job training at the company for a year before they settle into permanent positions. Freeman Smith, another Tusculum graduate, is also on the staff. As is the case within many companies in East Tennessee, Tusculum has become increasingly well-represented at Plasti-Line. This is partly because of the steady flow of TC Residential College graduates, and even moreso because of the increasing number of East Tennessee-area working adults who take advantage of Tusculum's Professional Studies program to advance their educations. Plasti-Line is the largest retail communications and identity company in the United States, and provides companies with image and merchandising services. Knoxville is home to its corporate headquarters and a 337,000-square-foot manufacturing facility. Despite their in-common alma mater, Plasti-Line's Tusculum graduates all brought different things away from their higher education experiences. For Kathy Coleman Wood, Tusculum provided a setting conducive to personal growth.Tusculum taught her to "connect" with people and to be accountable for her actions, partly because Tusculum's size makes student anonymity all but impossible. "You are not anonymous at a small school or a `small' company," Kathy noted.

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Standing at the rear edge of the parking lot at Plasti-Line in Knoxville are signs for numerous companies who take advantage of Plasti-Line's communications and marketing services. Plasti-Line, which spans the country from South Carolina to California, is headquartered in Knoxville. "Being part of a small school was very meaningful to me. I later attended a much larger school (the University of Pennsylvania) for graduate school, and there was clearly a difference in the relationships with faculty members and involvement in classes. Most of my upper-level classes at Tusculum had less than 15 students! I especially enjoyed my classes with Don Sexton and Ruth Sharp. I feel I had an outstanding education." A vivid memory for her is the view of the mountains she enjoyed from her room in Virginia Hall, then a residence hall. She was an active, successful student, graduating at the top of her class with a 4.0 average. She recalled:"While at Tusculum as a sophomore I met Joe Vogt (an alumni who is now a trustee), who was head of Human Resources at one of the large plants in Oak Ridge. Joe hired me for a summer internship, which is how I began my career in HR. He made an incredible difference in my life. I've tried to do some of the same in my continuing involvement with Tusculum." Kathy's devotion to Tusculum led her to establish a scholarship some years ago, which Plasti-Line today helps fund through a matching gift. Despite the passing of years since Kathy's Tusculum days, Tusculum made similar impressions upon Cara Kilgore, who graduated in May after an academic career as a award-winning student active in many facets of campus life. "The one thing I will always remember about TC is how much the instructors really care about students," Cara said. " I hope that as TC continues to grow, the number of faculty will grow as well so that all students will be able to experience the one-on-one relationship that I did as a student. " Cara's classmate Chris Crawford, who like her was an award-winning student active in almost every aspect of Tusculum Residential College life, said he believes Tusculum is "a great college that prepares its graduates for the business world." He hails the advantages provided by Tusculum's "excellent teachers, solid educational programs," along with the competencies and the strong base in ethics provided by the Civic Arts emphasis. "TC is a great college which sends graduates who will be well prepared to enter the work force and make a positive difference," he said. Plasti-Lines' Professional Studies alums have similarly positive recollections of their Tusculum experience, though with a different flavor because of the distinctive configuration of the Professional Studies program. Dr. Shirley Beck Award-winner Betsy Martin, who prior to working for Plasti-Line spent 20 years with Lockheed-Martin and its predecessors in Oak Ridge, said she most appreciates Professional Studies' "realworld" educational focus and the opportunity to learn with a group of peers. "I greatly enjoyed the studygroup concept . . . the study groups were extremely beneficial," she said. "My graduate level study group was so great in fact that I'm still in contact with them. I also greatly enjoyed many of the professors. It was great to hear from folks who were really enthused about their subject." Butch Davis enjoyed the process of data collection and format organization involved in writing his research paper for Professional Studies. "Getting my degree was definitely a journey and a lot of work, but it was well worth it," Butch said. "A degree from Tusculum was respected by employers I interviewed with prior to being hired by PlastiLine." Like many in the Professional Studies program, Butch Davis is both a working man and a family man. He has a wife and three children, the youngest born in March. Richard Sorensen likewise enjoyed the study group approach of Professional Studies. "The study group concept and completion of group/team projects are a valuable skills set. The emphasis on presentations, communication and public speaking are a lessons I use daily in my job," he said. Mark Ludwig enjoyed "sharing business problems and solutions with classmates who have real-world application experience." Cum laude graduate Sue Fultz was impressed by the way the Professional Studies program design allowed her to "integrate" her work with company activities. "I was able to learn a lot more about the company I worked for (beyond just the scope of my job) as well as learning the organizational management concepts at school," she said. What are her most clear memories of Professional Studies? "Presentations, presentations, presentations! And team work!" -- Cameron Judd

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College's enrollment efforts guided by new VP

Tusculum College's on-going effort to maintain and increase enrollment is being guided by a new vice president. George F. Wolf joined Tusculum as vice president for enrollment management earlier this year. "I'm really excited to be here at Tusculum,"Wolf said."There are many changes taking place, presenting many opportunities for Tusculum to reach its full potential. As Tennessee's oldest college,Tusculum has traditionally offered students in the Greeneville area and across the United States unique opportunities to prepare for successful lives. "I'm energized to be part of an institution that has so much to offer its students and community," Wolf went on. Since coming to Tusculum,Wolf has already done some new things to help get the word out to students about the historic institution. He has used new advertising outlets, revised the Tusculum application format, approved creation of an on-line application, and sponsored a regional radio "remote" broadcast at the College during a recent college fair, among other things. Wolf came to Tusculum from Virginia Intermont College in Bristol, where he held the same title he now holds at Tusculum. During his time at Virginia Intermont, the entering enrollment for both spring and fall 2000 terms increased significantly. He also conducted a series of enrollment management-related workshops and was instrumental in Virginia Intermont's solicitation of a Teagle Grant, the largest private foundation grant ever received by the institution. He also developed action teams to address enrollment issues and implement program improvements, and directed a revenue-based financial aid strategy. Prior to working at Virginia Intermont College,Wolf was the interim director of admissions for North Carolina Wesleyan College in Rocky Mount, N.C.There his work included organizing the admission operation and assisting the enrollment vice president in developing a five-year strategic plan. From 1990-1997, Wolf was employed by Adrian College in Adrian, Mich., first as director of admissions and then, beginning in 1993, as assistant vice president for enrollment management. As the director of admissions, he was heavily involved in management and marketing, and organized a recruitment operation designed to be cost-effective and results-oriented. As assistant vice president for enrollment management, Wolf worked to establish and implement an effective enrollment management system. Wolf has gained other admissions experience at Kentucky Wesleyan College in Owensboro, where he started out as an admissions representative, became the assistant director of admissions, then the associate director of admissions, and finally the director of admissions. Some of Wolf 's specialized training has come through the National Conference on Student Retention, Recruitment and Enrollment Management in Washington, D.C.; the Summer Institute on College Entrance, Academic Placement and Financial Aid at the University of North Carolina, and various seminars on college admissions, retention, institutional diversity and financial aid. He has been a presenter on admissions, financial aid, marketing and communication topics at several professional meetings and seminars throughout his career. Wolf 's professional affiliations include the National Association of College Admissions Counseling, the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, the Virginia Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, the Council of Independent Colleges in Virginia, the Southern Association of College Admissions Counseling, the Michigan Association of College Admissions Counseling, the Michigan Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, and the Indiana Association of College Admissions Counseling. He received a bachelor of arts in mass communications/public relations from Kentucky Wesleyan College and a master of arts in human resource development from Siena Heights University in Adrian, Mich. Tusculum College President Dr. Dolphus E. Henry said he is very pleased Wolf is on the staff of the college. "Having George Wolf become part of the Tusculum College team is a very positive development for all of us," Dr. Henry said. "With Tusculum's innovative one-class-ata-time curriculum and focus on the Civic Arts, the college has some distinctive advantages to offer, and George is dedicated to making sure that everyone knows it. His track record proves his skill , and I'm very happy he's now putting that skill to work for the advancement of Tusculum College." Wolf and his wife,Yvonne, currently live in Kingsport but hope to eventually move to the Greeneville area.

-- Cameron Judd

About 1,000 students from Greeneville and Greene County Schools, as well as from Washington College Academy in Washington County, attended a September college fair at Tusculum College. About 50 colleges and universities participated in the half-day event, which was highlighted by a remote broadcast from in front of Niswonger Commons by a popular regional radio station.

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1940s Alice (Brown) Washburn '46 of Atlanta, GA, announces that all her grandchildren are in their teens and they all love sports and excel in them. Alice has been an advocate for the mentally ill for 20 years, is on the board for the National Mental Health Association of Georgia (NMHAG) legislative committee, working from the grass roots level in Atlanta to the state and national levels and the Joint Committee Public Relations of American Psychiatric Association Alliance (APPA). She retired in 1996 from the private practice of nutr ition and consultation.Alice says,"I reached my goal and that was it! Traveling, volunteering, art, music, theater are my hobbies. I am called Sunny." 1950s Ortha (Bur r is) Allen '53 of Prairieville, LA, announces that in 1996, she retired after working for the State of North Carolina at the Department of Community Colleges, where she had been in charge of the cataloging section of the Library Services Section. Because of her husband, Les, whose health requires a warmer winter climate, they decided to sell their home in Smithfield, N.C., and go farther south, where they have relatives. They live about 18 miles east of Baton Rouge and 60 miles west of New Orleans. They bought a new home there, and the welcome mat is out to all who visit them in "Cajun Country." Their new address is 41021 Fields CT, Prairieville, LA 70769-5945. Phone: 225-622-6042. Barbara (Murray) Klopp '57 of Orrs Island, ME, announces that she is the recent recipient of the Maine Media Women Award for Juvenile Fiction for her children's stories containing the characters ALEX & ZIG. More information can be found on her web page www.alexzig.com. 1960s Bob Simpson '61 of Westerville, Ohio, announces he retired two years ago from Lucent Technologies. He's glad to see his old roommate Ian Baird '60 is still going strong.

James Southerland '64 of Cary, N.C., is a senior environmental engineer, NC DENR, division of air quality, planning section. James was recently elected to the board of directors of the 10,000-member Air and Waste Management Association for a three-year term.The association is the premier professional organization for the industry. Linda (Kubovetz) Conner '68 of Seaford, DE, announces that her and husband Ken are still teaching in Seaford (DE) schools. "We have identical twin girls born Aug. 28, 1990, so we stay VERY busy. Our address is 18 River's End Drive, Seaford, Delaware 19973. We would enjoy hearing from friends. Please email or telephone (302) 629-6785," Linda writes. Janet Earl '69 of Hickory Grove, SC, announces that she has retired from teaching high school math with 30 years of experience. She is looking forward to traveling, working in her yard and doing some craftwork. Anthony Heberton '66 of Naples, FL, wants to say hi to everybody in the class of 1966. He just returned for a 15-day cruise of the Baltic and North Seas, with visits to Russia, Germany and Scandinavia, and can be contacted at [email protected] Jacqueline Frisco Pfennig '69 and Dwight R. Pfennig '71 of Leonardo, NJ, announce that Jacqueline received her doctoral degree October 1999 in Child and Youth Studies with specialization in curriculum development and systemic change. She teaches middle school science. Dwight is superintendent of the Morris School District in Morristown, NJ. Jacqueline has also been elected co-president of the New Jersey Association for Middle Level Education. 1970s Kathy (VanBuskirk) Meredith '71 of Mars, PA, will be featured in the book "The Creative Bead Work of Myths & Folk Tales: Selections from the 2nd International Miyuki Delica Challenge." Kathy's entry was "Medusa," a necklace incorporating the two distinct beading styles of peyote stitch and loom work. The book will be published and ready for

distribution in September. This is the second book in which Kathy's work has appeared.The first, entitled "The Sea," featured Kathy's award winning creation "Charlie Tuna.""Charlie" has gained a great deal of notoriety through the years. At this time, she is waiting to hear about "Charlie" being displayed either at the corporate offices of Star-Kist, located in Pittsburgh, or at the Senator John Heinz Pittsburgh Regional History Center. Kathy has also begun teaching beading classes at a pr ivately owned shop in Pittsburgh's famous "South Side." She has also been designing and selling or ig inal pieces. Kathy would love to hear from former classmates or alumni interested in learning more about her work. She can be reached via e-mail at [email protected] W. Randall Car ter '77 of Greeneville, TN, announces his new position as assistant principal at Greeneville Middle School in June 2000. He was previously employed at East View Elementary as a PE teacher, and before that, a science and health teacher at GMS. Jane (Lovvor n) Morse '77 of Asheville, N.C., reports that her son, Nick, represented the state of North Carolina in the middle school division of the National H i s t o r y D ay c o m p e t i t i o n i n Washington, DC. The weeklong competition included middle school and high school students from across the United States. Nick's project, entitled, "Secrets behind the Fence ­ The Story of the Manhattan Project," was also selected for display at the White House Visitors' Center, an honor given to nine other student entr ies. At the White House, Nick presented t h e p ro j e c t t o v i s i t o r s . T h e students were also given a tour of the White House. Nick will be enter ing the eighth grade at AC Reynolds Middle School in Asheville, N.C. Jer r y Pierce '79 and Mar y (Downey) Pierce '81 of Winter Park, FL, announce the birth of a daughter, Hallie Ann, born on Sept. 25, 1999. She has two sisters, Natalie, 14 and Steffi, 12. Jerry is president

of Pierce Carpentry & Construction, Inc. Mary is a kindergarten teacher at Richmond Heights Elementary School in Orlando. 1980s *****CORRECTION**** Kyle Cavanaugh `80 is the associate vice president of human resources at the University of Texas, not the University of Tennessee as listed in the June edition of Tusculumnus. Sheri Berman '82 of Hazelwood, MO, announces she is working as director of recreation at Country M a n o r H e a l t h C e n t e r, s t i l l playing the piano and wr iting music. She has three kids, and mar r ied Er in James June 23. Sheri would love to hear from old friends; she can be reached at 608 Lynn Haven Lane, Hazelwood, MO 63042, or by e-mail at [email protected] Denise (Parker) Harrison '81 of Greenville, AL, would love to hear from any of the original 3-D, Kather ine Hall women, from 1978-79. She has many fond memor ies from the 78-80 TC years. Please e-mail her and share yours. Denise's new address is 134 Pinedale Dr., Greenville, AL 36037. Her e-mail is [email protected] Glen Nebel '84 of Milford, N.J., announces that he and wife Karene welcome a new arrival to the family, Sarah Kathryn Nebel was born on May 19, 2000, weighing 7 pounds, 13.5 ounces, and measuring 22 inches long. Three-year-old Justin loves being a big brother. Jeffrey Kelly '83 of Mount Carmel, TN, announces his new position with production at AFG Industries. Issac Lloyd Seaton '87 of Mosheim,TN, announces that he was recently promoted to senior executive with Household International Bank. He would like to hear from class of `87 friends and can be contacted at PO Box 352, Mosheim, TN 37818. E-mail: [email protected] Karen (Todd) Jackson '88 of Roanoke, VA, announces that she

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started a new position with National Business College in April. She also operates a small handcrafted jewelry business on the side. She has two sons: Brandon, who is 26 and living in Phoenix, AZ, and Darren, who is 23 and newly discharged from the airforce, going to college in Roanoke. Jeannette (Vogt) Strouth '88 of Vinton,VA, is currently employed as supervisor of a clinical laboratory. She and Lonnie recently moved and now have three wonderful children: Joseph, 8; Sammy, 5; and Rachel, 2. They'd love to hear from former classmates and can be contacted at [email protected] 1990s J. Scott Hudson '90 of Winter Park, FL, announces his promotion to executive vice president of Seay Management Consultants, Inc., Orlando, Florida, effective July 1, 2000. Seay Management Consultants is a national Human Resources Management Consulting firm with more than 400 clients throughout the United States. At Seay Management, he serves his clients in the areas of management training, resolution of wage and hour and discrimination complaints, compensation administration, employee opinion surveys, employee handbooks, and compliance with state and federal employment regulations. He is a nationally recognized expert in the development and management of federally required Affirmative Action Plans and helps management successfully negotiate the labyrinth of Department of Labor investigations. Renee Devoti Pickering '90 of Greeneville, TN, announces her marriage to Christopher Pickering on June 24, 2000. Larry Estepp '91 of Kingsport,TN, was recently promoted to regional president of First Tennessee Bank, Kingsport. Miguel Perera '91 of Clewiston, FL, announces they've added another child to the Perera clan. Sara Michel was born Sept. 13, 1999. Aurea (almost 7) and Miguel (5) are very

happy with the new addition. However, they say Sara cries too much! We are infor med: "Homecoming 2000 will have to go on without several alumni. We are all going to watch Todd get hitched in Boca Raton, Florida. See you in 2001!" Dan Perolio `91 of Charlotte, N.C., is currently employed as a branch manager for an electronic wholesaler. He and Ann (Harris) '92 have a beautiful daughter, who arrived in this world on July 2, 2000.They look forward to hearing from anyone willing to wr ite. Dan can be contacted at [email protected]

University and is working in the Greene County system. Eben Jones '95 of Greeneville,TN, has assumed the position of Fleet Manager with First Fleet Transportation Company in Dandridge, TN. Sean Dean '96 of Douglasville, GA, announces the birth of a daughter, Brianna Nicole Dean. Shawn started with Turner Broadcasting in April and bought a house in June. No stress here! Rod Burr '97 '99 of Farmington Hills, MI, accepted a position as cost reduction manager with TRW Corporation's Automotive Service Group in Wixom, MI. Rod & wife Cathy, reside in Farmington Hills, MI.

volleyball coach at Bradley Central High School. John Schena Jr., '99 of Mosheim, TN, announces his marriage to Mary Helen Land on May 19, 2000. 2000 Cara Kilgore '00 of Knoxville,TN, announces that she is currently working at Plasti-Line as a PACE program associate. PACE is a oneyear training program with PlastiLine. After that, she will be placed somewhere within the company. Dawn Jones '00 of Greeneville,TN, and husband Doug are the proud new parents of a beautiful little girl, Katlyn Paige, weighing in at 7 pounds 13 ounces and measuring 20 3/4 inches. She was born on July 26, 2000. All are doing wonderfully.

Cindy Poore '92 of Glade Spring, VA, announces the birth of a baby boy, Adam Scott Newell Poore, born August 21, 2000, weighing 9 pounds and 7 ounces. Adam has a big sister, David Crickmar '97 '99 and Elaine. Rachel Beaty '98 of Knoxville,TN, Cindy Shelton '92 '99 of announce their marriage on July 29, Greeneville, TN, announces her 2000 in Jamestown, TN. engagement to Robert Monroe III. The wedding will take place in the Wendy McGlasson '97 of Clinton, village chapel on Bald Head Island, TN, announces that she and her husband Russ are proud parents of N.C. on December 31, 2000. their first child, Kaylea Morgan, born Rodney Taylor `92 of North Port, on July 19, 2000, weighing 6 pounds FL, announces his marriage to and 15 ounces, and measuring 20 Stephanie in October 1999. Rodney inches long. is currently a teacher at Murdock Middle School and coaches Kristen Caudill '98 and Chris volleyball and baseball at Charlotte Hughes '00 of Greeneville, TN, were married September 9, 2000. High School. Bruce Guider '94 of Lafayette, IN, is an FBI special agent. He made the SWAT team after 3.5 years of service. Bruce would love to hear from former classmates.

Jeremiah B Huskins '98 and Ginger K. Blevins '97 of Erwin, TN, were married May 20, 2000, in Powell, TN. Jeremiah is a health and safety technician with Nuclear Fuel Services in Erwin.

Top five ways to communicate with the Alumni Office

BY PHONE: (424) 636-7331 Toll Free 1-800-729-0256 BY FAX: (423) 638-7166 BY E-MAIL: [email protected] BY SNAIL MAIL: Office of Alumni Relations Tusculum College PO Box 5039 Greeneville, TN 37743 IN PERSON: Alumni are always welcome on campus and are encouraged to stop by often! Our alumni-friendly staff members are available to be of assistance.

Scott Hoffman '94 of Parsippany, N.J., announces his marriage to Lisa James Morgan '98 of Knoxville, TN, is working as an assistant Theys on July 22, 2000. manager at Wal-Mart. Jose Monroy, Jr. '94 of Newark, N.J., announces his engagement to Chandra (Showalter) Touchstone `98 of Johnson City, TN, announces Blanca Vergel on Aug. 5, 2000. the birth of a beautiful baby boy, Colleen (Reilley) Bowman '95 Cedric, weighing in at 5 pounds 11 of Greeneville, TN, announces her ounces, and measuring 19 1/2 inches. marriage to Douglas Bowman on Cedric was born July 21, 2000 at March 18, 2000. Douglas works at 11:43 p.m. Mommy, Daddy, & Baby Rockwell Automation in are doing great! Rogersville. Colleen is currently pursuing a Masters in Elementary Christine S. Cockburn '99 of Education at East Tennessee State Cleveland, TN, is a teacher and

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IN MEMORIAM

1930s Jewell Smith Linfoot '30 of Limestone,TN, passed away Aug. 11, 2000. Mrs. Linfoot was a member of the Salem Presbyterian Church at Washington College and of the Presbyterian Women there. She was active in many civic organizations, including the RepublicanWomen, the Washington College FCE Club, the National Daffodil Club, the Holly Society of America and theWashington Rose Society. She was a skilled weaver and won many blue ribbons for her weaving. 1940s Jack Stinson '47 of Peoria, AZ passed away August 17, 2000. He was born Sept. 20, 1918 in Elmira,N.Y. He attended Tusculum College and received an M.A. from ASU,Temple John moved to the valley in 1958, and was associated with YMCA before teaching in the Cartwright School District. He was a member of AZ Retired Teachers Association, West Side School Employee Association, Glendale Lodge F. & A.M. #23, El Zaribah Temple, Scottish Rite of Free Masonry, and Sons of the American Revolution. 1960s Woodrow (Rev.) "Woody" Banks `60 of Chuckey, TN, passed away on August 11th, 2000 Rev. Banks was an active minister in the United Methodist Church Holston Conference for 46 years. He retired in 1984 but continued to minister at Austin Springs and Mount CarmelSeviers-Vincent for a short time. 1970s Walter Keys '70 of Philadelphia, PA, passed away on July 22, 2000 from the complications of cancer. He was a Cum Laude graduate of Tusculum College who started his teaching career in the Teaching Corp in Louisville, KY. He then taught for two years in his "home" community at Newtown Square, PA. For the major part of his teaching career, Walter was a teacher in the Philadelphia School District, specializing in reading skills. He taught at the 9th grade/middle school level

for many years. The ad-hoc eulogies of many former associates at his memorial service were testimony to his devotion to, and effectiveness with, his students and teaching teams. Walter worked in the Philadelphia "inner-city" and developed an indepth understanding of the problems faced by Latinos in the U.S. mainstream. He learned the Spanish language. He taught English as a second language for adults, as well as his many students. He supported "adopted children" in Latin American countries as best he could. He never married, nor had children of his own. His dream was to retire to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, where he hoped to live peacefully and be able to help in the education of Mexican children. Those close to him report he held a great appreciation for Tusculum College and believed that the education at Tusculum had provided the basis for his success in teaching, and given him direction for his life. Faculty/Staff College Saw Many Advances Under Lengthy Tenure Of Dr. Earl R. Mezoff Dr. Earl R. Mezoff of Elizabethtown, PA, passed away June 28, 2000. Dr. Mezoff, who had been retired for several years, served as president of Tusculum College for more than a decade in the 1970s and 1980s. Dr. Mezoff was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Greeneville, where he served as a ruling elder in addition to responsibilities as a lector and a choir member. After g raduating from McKeesport High School in 1942, Dr. Mezoff received a bachelor of arts degree in English from Thiel College in 1947, and a master's degree in psychology from Michigan State University in 1948. In 1965, he earned a doctorate in higher education from Pennsylvania State University. He did further graduate study at Harvard University. Dur ing World War II, Dr. Mezoff served as a U.S. Naval Officer in the Pacific Theater. He was a naval attache during the Peace Conference in San Francisco in 1945.

From 1978-89, he served as p re s i d e n t o f Tusculum College. During his tenure, enrollment increased from 423 to 888 students. He also instituted an adult degree program as well Dr. Mezoff as a master's degree program. He then served as chancellor of the college and its Professional Studies program until his retirement. During his time at Tusculum, the endowment increased to $4.2 million, and the college's first endowed chair was established. While Dr. Mezoff was at Tusculum, Nine buildings at Tusculum, the state's oldest institution of higher learning, were placed on the National Register of Historic Sites, and the college obtained the private papers of U.S. President Andrew Johnson. In addition, a replica of President Johnson's birthplace was erected on the historic 140-plus acre campus. Along with his wife, Dr. Mezoff entertained many students, alumni, and friends in the president's home on the Tusculum campus. Among their guests were state legislators and international visitors. During his years at Tusculum, he served on the executive board of the Tennessee Council of Private Colleges, and as a board member of the Conference of Small Colleges, the Greene CountyTusculum College Trust, and the Clyde B. Austin Foundation. Family members noted that he was widely known in the field of higher education as a Christian gentleman of wisdom and wit; one who inspired many young people, in particular, to "reach for the stars."

Mr. Tomai, a retired president of Sterling Forest Corporation, a land development company based in Tuxedo, NY, was instrumental in establishing what is now known as Sterling National Forest, a 15,000acre state park created through private, federal and the combined state fund of New Jersey and New York. Prior to joining Sterling Forest, Mr. Tomai was president and CEO of CI Planning and its two REIT subsidiaries, which he founded in 1969, after leaving his position of vice president with The Irving Trust Company of New York. Bor n in Pater son, NJ, Mr. Tomai was a successful businessman who served on a myriad of corporate boards, including Bank of The Hudson,The Poughkeepsie Savings Bank and The Dry Dock Saving Bank. He also served on not-forprofit boards. He was a trustee of MONY Real Estate Investors, a member of the Advisory Boards of Ticor Title Guarantee and the Bank of New York, as well as a former member of The Real Estate Board of New York, the Mortgage Bankers Association of New York, and the National Mortgage Association of America and the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts. Honors include the Brotherhood Award from the National Conference of Christians and Jews, as well as an appointment as a Life Trustee of Tusculum College. He was also a former trustee of the Ridgewood Symphony Orchestra, where he played many years as a violinist. He was also a former Director of Family Counseling Service. Mr.Tomai was a member of the Metropolitan Club of New York, The Tuxedo Club and The Upper Ridgewood Tennis Club. Mr.Tomai, a man of great loyalty and kindness, is regarded by many to have exemplified integrity in all aspects of his life. A noteworthy example of this occurred during his James V Tomai, Jr., . military days. While Commanding Officer of the USS SC 1327, a subremembered as James of Tusculum friend V. Tomai, Jr. '44 of chaser, Officer Tomai saw action in Wyckoff, NJ, passed away July 11, the Pacific, where he was respon2000. He was a renowned land sible for saving the lives of many developer, real estate financier and men caught on a sinking ship during a typhoon. conservationist.

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Sports Hall of Fame Bylaws

Reviewed and Updated March 4, 2000 Submitted for approval at the 2000 Homecoming Annual Meeting Article I. Purpose - the purpose of the Tusculum College Sports Hall of Fame, established by action of the Executive Board of the Alumni Association on May 16, 1981, is to bestow recognition on those individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the College's athletic program. Article II. Committee Membership - An original Sports Hall of Fame was appointed by the Executive Board to Receive and recommend nominations for the charter membership into the Sports Hall of Fame. Committee members shall serve for a period of five years. The selection committee shall be composed of three classes of five members each. An alumnus can serve one 5-year term and then has to rotate off the Selection Committee for one year before being eligible for re-appointment. During that period, they may be replaced for any of the following reasons: -missing two consecutive meetings for any reason, or -by request of the committee Article III. Committee Meetings - The committee shall meet annually, prior to Alumni Weekend, to nominate additional members to the Sports Hall of Fame. Article IV. Nomination procedure - Nominations for induction into the Sports Hall of Fame shall be accepted from the intercollegiate athletic membership at large, former coaches, alumni, administrators of the college, business associates and the sports media. Nominations must be submitted to the Director of Alumni Relations on the official Sports Hall of Fame Nomination form prior to the deadline published in Tusculumnus. ("Director of Alumni Relations" replaced "committee chairperson"). Nominations are open to Tusculum College alumni, former coaches, managers, sports editors, team trainers and other individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the Tusculum College sports program. An individual is not permitted to nominate himself or herself to the Sports Hall of Fame. (An individual is not permitted to nominate himself or herself to the Sports Hall of Fame ­ added) Persons shall not be eligible for consideration until five years after they have completed their college-playing career, or, in the case of a non-athlete, maintained their athletic relationship with the college for at least five years. To be considered for induction to the hall, athletes should have excelled in their Tusculum College sport, attaining individuals honors and recognition while a student. Merely belonging to a season-winning team is not achievement worthy of induction into the hall. Once an individual has been nominated their file remains active and they do not need to be renominated. They are only to be reconsidered for Sports Hall eligibility if new information is provided. (Once an individual has been nominated their file remains active and they do not need to be renominated. They are only to be reconsidered for Sports Hall eligibility if new information is provided - added). Athletes from all categories of the Tusculum College sports program are eligible for consideration; however, the committee is only authorized to select up to five new members per year from all categories. Article V. Award Presentation - Formal induction of new Sports Hall of Fame members shall be observed during the annual Sports Hall of Fame meeting, which is held during Alumni Weekend. Awards will be presented by the current Sports Hall of Fame chairperson. To be inducted, the honoree, if living, must attend the ceremony.

Alumni Association By-Laws and Constitution

Reviewed and Updated August 5, 2000 Submitted for approval at the 2000 Homecoming Annual Meeting CONSTITUTION Article I: Name Section A.This organization shall be known as the Tusculum College Alumni Association. Section B. The principal office of this organization shall be located at Tusculum College, Greeneville, Tennessee. Article II: Purpose Sections A. The purpose of this Association shall be to support Tusculum College and to enhance its reputation in the following ways: 1) To foster the interest of Tusculum College by helping to identify and recommend able students and to assist the College when called upon by the administration. 2) To foster friendship among alumni through alumni publications, a variety of off-campus gatherings and special events on the campus such as reunions and homecomings. 3) To promote financial support of the College by its alumni Article III: Membership Sections A. Classes. There shall be two general classes of memberships: Regular and Honorary. Sections B. Regular Members. Anyone who has graduated from Tusculum College or completed two years or more shall be a regular member of the Association. Persons who attend for shorter periods of time will be made regular members upon their request to the Alumni office. Section C. Honorary Members. Anyone not eligible for regular membership may be nominated for honorary membership by a regular member, or the President of the College, or the Director of Alumni Relations. The nominees will be elected by a majority vote of the Alumni Association Executive Article V: Financing Section A. There shall be no membership dues. However, in order to finance this Association and its purposes, each member shall be encouraged to make an annual contribution to the College. The source of operational funds for the Association is specified in the By-Laws. Article VI: Executive Board Sections A. Powers. The Executive Board of the Tusculum College Alumni Association shall, on behalf of the entire Association, make decisions regarding programs; propose by-law changes; elect officers; and take other actions necessary for the Alumni Association and the College. At the discretion of the Board, it may choose to bring issues before the full Association at its Annual Meeting. Section B. Membership. The Executive Board shall be composed of three (3) classes of eight (8) members each. Each class will serve a three (3)-year term. A member may be eligible for re-election upon the completion of his/her three (3)-year term Section C. Presidents of KAAN and TCANT will serve as members of the Executive Committee. Section D. The Director of Alumni Relations shall serve as an ex-officio member of the Executive Committee. Section E. The current SGA president shall serve as an ex-officio member of the Executive Committee. Board. Article IV: Meetings Sections A. Annual Meeting. The Annual Meeting of the Association shall be set by the Alumni Association Executive Board and shall be held during Alumni/Homecoming Weekend.

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(Section E - added) Article VII: Officers Section A. The officers of the Association shall be a President, a Vice President/ President-Elect, a Secretary and a Treasurer. They shall be elected and hold office in the manner prescribed in the By-Laws. Article VIII: Amendments Section A. Amendments to the Constitution shall be submitted to the Tusculum College Alumni Association Executive Board. Amendments shall be approved by a two-thirds vote of the members of the Alumni Association present at the Annual Meeting. Section B. Each new amendment to this Constitution shall be published in the next edition of the alumni publication following adoption. BY-LAWS Article I: Executive Board Members Section A. Methods of Electing Executive Board Members. The Nominating Committee of the Executive Board shall be appointed by the President of the Alumni Association. The Committee will publish a call for nominations for members in the alumni publication. The Nominating Committee will nominate at least one person for each vacancy and publish their report in an alumni publication prior to the Annual Meeting. Executive Board members will be elected by a majority of the regular members of the Alumni Association present at the Annual Meeting. Section B. Duties. The duties of the members shall be as follows: 1) Members must attend at least one-half of all regularly scheduled and/or called meetings per year. 2) Members are encouraged to help plan and participate in alumni gatherings in their local area. 3) Members are encouraged to attend local area events planned by the Alumni Office. 4) Members should be annual contributors to the College and promote financial support. Section C. Replacement of Executive Board Members. The President of the Association, in connection with the Director of Alumni Relations, shall be responsible for replacing any member of the Executive Board who resigns during his/her term of office. The appointed member of the Executive Board shall complete the term of office left vacant by the resignation. Article II: Officers Section A. Elected Officers. The elected officers of the Alumni Association shall be a President, a Vice President/President-Elect, a Secretary, and a Treasurer. The officers shall serve for a two-year ter m, and their ter m of office shall coincide with the election of Executive Board members at the Annual Meeting. The new officers will be introduced to the regular members of the Alumni Association at the Annual Meeting. Section B. Method of Electing Officers. The Nominating Committee of the Executive Board shall be appointed by the President of the Alumni Association. The Nominating committee will nominate at least one person from the Executive Board for each office and submit the slate of officers to the Executive Board for election. Section C. Replacement of Executive Board Officers. The officers of the Association, in connection with the Director of Alumni Relations, shall be responsible for replacing any officer of the Executive Board who resigns dur ing his/her term of office. The appointed member of the Executive Board shall complete the term of office left vacant by the resignation. Section D. Duties. The duties of the officers shall be as follows: 1) President. It shall be the duty of the President to preside at all meetings of the Alumni Association Executive Board and the Alumni Association; to conduct these meetings according to recognized rules of parliamentary procedure; to appoint all ad hoc committees; to serve as an ex-officio member on all committees, to supervise and unify the work of the various officers and committees; and in consultation with the Director of Alumni Relations to arrange for all Association meetings, banquets and homecoming events. 5) Director of Alumni Relations. The Director of Alumni Relations shall be an ex-officio member of the Executive Board and all Alumni Association Committees. He/she shall be charged with the executive direction of the Alumni Office in carrying out the purposes of the Association. Article III: Association Meetings Section A. Annual Meetings. The Annual Meetings of the Association shall be held during Alumni/Homecoming weekend and announced to the Association six months in advance. At that meeting the President of the Association and the Director of Alumni Relations shall each report the significant activities of the Association and the chief actions of the Executive Board during the preceding year. Article IV: Executive Meetings Section A. Meetings. The Executive Board shall have at least three (3) meetings annually called by the President or the Director of Alumni Relations. Section B. Quorum. One-third of the members of the Executive Board or its Committees shall constitute a quorum. Article V: Finances Sections A. Contributions. There shall be no membership dues in the Association. The operation of the Association shall be supported by the greater of $1,500 per year or the return of one (1) percent of the total unrestricted current operation gifts to the College by alumni in a given year and designated gifts made to the Association. Section B. Payment. All contributions shall be credited quarterly to the Alumni Association. Section C. Fiscal Year. For purposes of accounting, the Association's fiscal year shall run from July 1 to June 30. Article VI: Committees Section A.The President shall appoint the following standing committees: Activities, Audit, Awards and Nominating, and ad hoc committees as deemed necessary and desirable. The number on each committee shall be determined by the President. Section B. Members will be placed on a committee upon their election to the Board for a one-year term. Article VII: Amendments Sections A. Proposed amendments to the By-Laws shall be submitted to the Tusculum College Alumni Association Executive Board. Amendments shall be approved by a two-thirds vote of the members of the Alumni Association present at the Annual Meeting. 3) Secretary. It shall be the duty of the Secretary to keep complete minutes of all regular and called meetings of the Association and the Executive Board, and when called upon, to conduct correspondence for the Board and the Association. 4) Treasurer. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to collect and disburse the money of the Association as authorized by the Executive Board; to keep an itemized record of all such transactions; to make a written report at the end of the year of all receipts and expenditures to the Executive Board; and to deliver at the end of each fiscal year, all books and documents to the Auditing Committee for examination. 2) Vice President/President-Elect. It shall be the duty of the Vice President/ President-Elect to assist the President in the performance of his/her duties, to serve as an ex-officio member on all committees in the absence of the President, and to exercise the powers of the President in his/her absence.

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TUSCULUM IN PRINT

Newly published pictorial history of Tusculum College features images depicting many years of life on campus

A new pictorial history of Tusculum College, written and compiled by Frank T. Wheeler of Greeneville, has been published by Arcadia Publishing in Charleston, S.C. as part of a series on American colleges. Entitled The College History Series:Tusculum College, the trade-sized paperback is filled with closely researched text, and images of or related to the college throughout its history.These range from some of the Wheeler said he was initially reluctant to accept the project. "I was new to Tusculum, and I also recalled many long nights and weekends spent working on the other books. So I said at first I would think about it." Experiences he had on the job for Tusculum ended up leading him to accept the project. "One of the real joys of my job is all of the people I meet," Wheeler said. "I do a great deal of traveling throughout the country, meeting with alumni and friends of the college. During the course of conversation I learn a great deal about the experiences of each alumnus. During one of these visits early this year, I realized that this book was a good idea. So I began documenting this personal side to the wonderful history of Tusculum so that this material would not be lost." The first top on the path to project completion was the college archives, located in the Andrew Johnson Museum and Librar y. Wheeler credits Alvin Gerhardt, then-director of museum programs and museum studies at Tusculum, and Cindy Lucas, associate director of the Doak House Museum and the President Andrew Johnson Museum and Library on the campus, as providing a "wealth of information." With their help,Wheeler said, he was able to find in the college archives the answer to almost any question that arose. In addition to primary sources he located in the archives, Wheeler relied on the three previous college histories: A History of Tusculum College by Allen E. Ragan; The Life and Times of Tusculum College by Joseph Fuhrmann; and Glimpses of Tusculum College by Donal J. Sexton and Myron "Jack" Smith. Sexton and Smith are both currently affiliated with Tusculum, Sexton as professor of history and Smith as director of the library and professor of library science and history. These earlier works, which Wheeler calls "the scholarly works on the college," proved to be invaluable to his own work, he said. To supplement the resources he

Frank Wheeler oldest existing photographs of the college through an image of the current president Dr. Dolphus Henry, who joined Tusculum as recently as June. Wheeler, the college's director of planned giving, was approached in December of 1999 by Mark Berry of Arcadia Publishing, who told him Arcadia was embarking on a new series of books similar to their highly successful Images of America Series. This new series, entitled The College History Series, was in need of new titles for publication. Wheeler already had worked with Arcadia during his five-year stint as assistant director of the Georgia Historical Society in Savannah, prior to coming to Tusculum. While still in Savannah, Wheeler authored two Arcadia books, The Great Savannah Races and The Savannah River Plantations. Berry told Wheeler that he believed that a publication on Tusculum College, Tennessee's oldest college, would be an asset to the new series.

The cover of Wheeler's new book is shown above. Tusculum shares distinguished company in this book series: Princeton University's book in the same series has only recently been published. found on campus, Wheeler made weekend outings with his wife, Paige, and their sons, Nathan and Duncan, in search of the sites and people of the college's past. They visited locations ranging from the first site of Greeneville College to the cemeteries throughout East Tennessee where those important to the life and history of the institution are buried. "My wife knows more about the history of Tusculum College than she realizes," Wheeler said. "In the evenings, after our sons were in bed, I would spread photocopies of hundreds of photographs across the floor. The process of bringing the number of images to under 200 and putting the text together required patience and a critical eye. Paige gave me both." Wheeler dedicated the book to the "alumni of Tusculum College." Wheeler considers the project a natural by-product of his "day job" and said he hopes that, as the dedication to Tusculum alumni readers states: "as you thumb through the pages you are reminded of your days on campus." The book sells for $19.99 and became available at Tusculum College during Homecoming weekend.

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