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for the boys weekend
Salisbury
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Board of Trustees
Michael S. Sylvester ’59
Chairman
Richard D. Field ’59
Vice-Chair
Richard E. Riegel III ’84
Secretary
T. Williams Roberts ’83
Treasurer
Chisholm S. Chandler ’11 (Hon.)
Headmaster
Daniel M. Cain P’15
Lisa Callahan P’04, ’08, ’09
John W. Childs ’59 (Hon.)
James W. Gerard ’79
Ashley Harrington P’13
Adelaide H. Harris P’07
G. Anne Harris
Thomas M. Joyce P’13
Charles Lynch ’86
Eric Macy P’13
Helen S. Maher P’01
Mark T. Mulvoy ’92*
Devin Price ’98
Thomas D. Rutherfoord, Jr. P’08
Amanda D. Rutledge P ’80, ’84
J. Wood Rutter ’98 (Hon.)
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The mission of Salisbury School
J. Anton Schiffenhaus ’48
William H. Schweitzer P’04
Lee B. Spencer P’09
James P. Townsend P’10
*ex-officio
is to educate young men by inspiring in each
student an enthusiasm for learning and the selfconfidence needed for intellectual, spiritual, physical
Trustees Emeritus
and moral development. The close partnership
of student and teacher encourages each young
man to take pride in his own education and to
make responsible decisions for his future. With
established expectations for performance and
behavior, Salisbury School promotes service to
others, trust and honesty, religious faith, and respect
for ethnic, cultural, gender and learning differences.
The School’s spirit of community fosters longlasting ties of friendship, healthy competition and
enjoyment of life. Salisbury strives to graduate
young men ready to meet the challenges of college
and adulthood with an appreciation of their
responsibilities in the world community.
John G. Brim ’64
Dr. Richard S. Childs, Jr. ’63
Barron G. Collier II ’70
H. Crosby Foster II ’57
Sir Eddie Kulukundis, OBE ’50
Herbert A. May III ’83, P’12
J. Richard Munro P’88, ’90
Edward C.A. Wachtmeister ’67, P’95, ’98
Jeffrey P. Walker P’71
Rev. Edwin M. Ward
Anthony C. Woodruff P’89
FALL 2012
SALISBURY
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Headmaster
Chisholm S. Chandler ’11 (Hon.)
Editor
Danielle D. Sinclair
Designer
Julie Hammill, Hammill Design
Alumni, parents, faculty, staff, students and friends gathered on the Hilltop May 11-13, 2012, to
celebrate For The Boys Weekend, Salisbury’s largest event in school history. Photo by Jennifer Fiereck
For The Boys Campaign 10
Student Profiles 34
Learn about generous contributions made by
Meet School President Nick Turecamo ’13
Henri Pell Junod Jr. and in memory of John
and Vice President Sadiq Olanrewaju ’13 as
Morris ’84 and Stephen J. Meszkat Jr. ’02 that
they share insights into their experiences.
are making a difference on the Hilltop.
For The Boys Weekend 14
More than 1,000 alumni, parents, students,
Graduation 2012 36
The boys and their accomplishments were
honored at this joyous celebration.
faculty, staff and friends came together
to celebrate our campaign kick-off at an
Sarum Stories 57
event designed to offer four traditional
Charles Coccia ’15 shares journal entries
school events combined into one
from his summer trip to Japan as a
extraordinary weekend.
student ambassador for People to People
International.
Alumni Spotlight:
Rev. Stephen D. Parker ’59 32
2011-2012 Annual Report 81
This alumnus shares insights into his
recently published book, “Bridges:
Departments:
Reconnecting Science and Faith,” and
Around the Quad 3
recollects about his time at Salisbury as
Alumni Association News 8
both a student and faculty member.
Gatherings 52
Crimson Knight Athletics 53
Class Notes 61
In Memoriam 77
Writers and Contributors
Susan Auchincloss, Dutch Barhydt,
Chisholm Chandler ’11 (Hon.), Hugh
Cheney ’95 (Hon.), P’99, Charles
Coccia ’15, Andrew Graham ’97,
Chris Hinchey, John LaPerch,
Herbie May ’12, Franklin Montross
P’10, ’12, Duke Mulvoy ’92, Bobby
Wynne and Julie Zahn
Copy Editor
Julie Morrow
Class Notes Coordinator
Tulika Verma
Class Notes Editors
Ralph Menconi
Julie Zahn
Director of Development
Dutch Barhydt
The Salisbury Magazine is
produced by the Office of
Communications for alumni,
parents and friends of the School.
Letters and comments are
welcome. Please send inquiries
and comments to: Director of
Communications, Salisbury
School, 251 Canaan Road,
Salisbury, CT 06068, e-mail to
[email protected], or
telephone 860-435-5791.
Salisbury School
251 Canaan Road
Salisbury, CT 06068
860-435-5700
www.salisburyschool.org
Salisbury School admits students of any race, color, nationality, or ethnicity to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities
generally accorded to students at the School. Salisbury School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, or ethnicity in
the administration of its educational, admission, scholarship and loan, or athletic policies and other school administered programs.
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Headmaster’s Message
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We are so pleased to present
this issue of the magazine to
the Salisbury community.
With pleasure we present this issue of the magazine to
the Salisbury community. Our news comes much earlier
in the fall than in past years so that memories of graduation ceremonies and other seminal moments remain fresh.
The 2011-2012 school year was extraordinary in so many
ways and culminated in a highly successful For The Boys
Weekend in early May. This event was followed by a rousHeadmaster Chisholm Chandler with Andrew O’Donnell ’05 and former trustee
ing celebration for the Class of 2012 in June, and we will
Sandra O’Donnell P’03, ’05 at the Curtis Boathouse dedication, one of the many
events hosted during the historic For The Boys Weekend.
follow the successes of our graduating seniors with great
interest in the years ahead. I am confident that each will go
on to achieve great things and make us all very proud.
Over the summer months, the campus was bustling with activity. Much of the action was focused on the
reconstruction and enhancement of the front entrance to the Main Building. This renovation is possible
because of generous gifts from families of the Class of 2012. Focused on the sweeping view of the Taconic
mountain range, we now offer a most unique and welcoming entrance. The boys, visitors and faculty members will enjoy this handsome addition to campus life. The project also honors the historic contributions to
the School made by David and Jane Harris as well as Carl Williams.
Sadly, the summer months were also a time of heartbreaking loss, as three members of the community
passed away in a short period of time. Included in these pages are tributes to Ann Corkery, Tommy
Kennedy ’96, and Caldy Whitridge ’05. These three truly amazing individuals left us far too soon.
We look forward to a new school year and the journey ahead with great hope and optimism. New
students, chosen from a robust admissions pool of nearly 600 applicants, have joined with returning boys
and will live, study and play on the Hilltop. They all will be guided by a remarkably dedicated and talented
faculty and staff on this beautiful and pristine New England campus.
Tracy and I feel very fortunate to be here at this moment in time and remain eternally grateful for the work
we are privileged to do. We remind ourselves often that we stand on the shoulders of those who came before us.
Please come and visit with us soon!
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AROUND THE QUAD
Key Student Leaders Set for 2012-2013
Thank you to the following boys who have been either elected or selected to serve in leadership positions for the upcoming
school year. Your commitment to the Salisbury community is most appreciated.
Student Government
School President: Nick Turecamo ’13 (pictured below, left); School Vice President: Sadiq Olanrewaju ’13 (pictured below, right)
Prefects
Peer Leaders
A prefect’s role is to assist dormitory faculty in the
leadership of the dorms and day students. The candidates
for these positions go through an extensive application
process, during which they submit written forms as well
as recommendations from peers and adults in the community. They are voted on by faculty and students. The
following sixth form boys will serve in 2012-2013:
The goal of the Peer Leaders Program is to mentor third
and fourth form “little brothers” in groups of three or four
and help them with their transition to high school throughout the course of the entire year. These upperclassmen not
only welcome new students, but also encourage the boys to
aspire to leadership positions themselves. The following fifth
and sixth formers will serve as peer leaders this year:
Amin Alireza
Hugh Bartlett
Willie Brooks
Jack Carey
Rex Castleberry
Tyler Fisher
Kyle Freeman
Geoff Grant
John Hibbard
P.K. Isacs
Ryan Joyce
John Maymar
Darby McGlone
Amin Alireza ’13
Hugh Bartlett ’13
Webb Campbell ’14
John Carey ’13
Ryan Castle ’14
Rex Castleberry ’13
Henry di Bonaventura ’14
Kyle Freeman ’13
Geoff Grant ’13
Duncan Jones ’14
Matthew Kelsey ’14
Dong Hyun (Sean) Kim ’14
Alec Morrison
Ford Nolan
Sadiq Olanrewaju
Sam Palmer
Mark Park
Bryan Platt
Michael Proctor
Donald Reed
Nick Shaw
Nick Turecamo
Joseph Yoon
Rex Zhang
Nick Kurty ’14
Kyle Leary ’14
Darby McGlone ’13
Joey McGlone ’14
Blake Owens ’14
Matt Rote ’14
John Shaw ’14
Nick Shaw ’13
Will Shaw ’14
Nick Turecamo ’13
Kyung Duk (Joseph) Yoon ’13
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AROUND THE QUAD
Launch of New, Upgraded
Web Site Coming Soon
Salisbury Welcomes
New Faculty Members
The community is pleased to welcome these new
additions to our faculty. Please take a moment to
read their biographies at: www.salisburyschool.org/
faculty-and-staff-directory
Salisbury School is pleased to announce that it will soon launch an upgraded Web site – featuring a vibrant new look and increased content.
It will offer more detail about school life than ever before!
Six months ago, the Communications Office spearheaded a Web committee whose the charge was to oversee the selection of a new Web site
vendor. The committee interviewed many companies and is proud to announce its partnership with Finalsite for our upgrade. Their customization
of the new site to the School’s needs and their ability to create easy-to-navigate site architecture were key reasons the committee selected this company.
New features will include:
• A responsive Web design which will allow our site to be readable
and usable regardless of device size or capabilities
• An app available through the iTunes store
• An easy-to-use, customizable calendar which will sync with iCal
• Custom alerts of your choosing thru e-notify
• The user-selected ability to monitor specific athletic team schedules and scores
• Enhanced portals for alumni and parents
• An enriched portal for students and faculty members blending
academics with daily school life
Alumni and parents will have accessibility to on-line communities,
offering the opportunity to search databases for peer addresses, phone
numbers and e-mail addresses. Information on how to log into this confidential area of the site will be mailed this fall.
Salisbury is excited to offer you an interactive means to stay in closer
touch with the School. Please feel free to send your questions or comments about the new site to Web Coordinator John LaPerch at [email protected]
salisburyschool.org.
Chris Bodnar
Instructor in Mathematics
B.A. Williams College
Mike Chamberlain
Instructor in Mathematics
B.A. Colgate University
Ted O’Connor
Instructor in Science
B.S. Georgetown University
Jennifer Siff
Learning Center Instructor
B.S. King’s College
M.A. Wilkes University
Jonathan Siff
Instructor in English
B.A. Williams College
M.S. University of Scranton
Amy Wynne
Learning Center Instructor
B.S. Wilkes University
All contributors to the Annual Fund from the start of the school year
through June 30, 2013 will receive a Salisbury sticker, with our thanks.
Please make your gift today. Your participation is important to us!
www.salisburyschool.org/Giving/Donate-On-Line
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AROUND THE QUAD
2012 Cum Laude Induction
On Tuesday, May 11, Salisbury School hosted the 2012 induction
ceremony of the Salisbury chapter of the Cum Laude Society, one of the
School’s highest academic honors. A tribute to each inductee’s outstanding
achievements was read.
The 2012 inductees included:
Nathaniel Bubacy ’12
Xiaotian Cao ’12
Chiye Huang ’13
Robin Lewis ’12
Save the Dates
Whi Jin Park ’13
Yong Yan Tang ’12
Yugian Xu ’12
Kyung Duk Yoon ’13
Yeon Sang Jung ’12 was inducted in 2011 and
also participated in the ceremony.
Three faculty members were also welcomed
into Salisbury’s Cum Laude chapter this
year. They were The Rev. Jeffrey Lewis P’12,
Christopher Russell and Andrew Will. Current faculty membership includes Hugh
Cheney, Ralph Menconi, Marcia Ramunni, Lisa
Sheble, Procter Smith and Tote Smith.
Congratulations to all new inductees!
Join us for an upcoming event. Visit www.salisburyschool.org for more information!
October 4
MOB Luncheon in Wellesley, MA
October 23
Denver Reception
October 11
International Parent Reception
October 25 MOB Luncheon in Westport, CT
(on-campus)
November 7 Alumni MOB Luncheon in Rye, NY
October 12-13
Parents Weekend
November 8 Boston Networking Breakfast
October 15
Fall Golf Classic at
MOB Luncheon in Bryn Mawr, PA
The Country Club of Fairfield
November 29 Old Boys Reception in New York City
October 18 Seattle Reception
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AROUND THE QUAD
New “Farm to Table Program” Launched
A new “Farm to Table Program” has been established at
Salisbury. It provides an opportunity for boys to be directly
involved in many aspects of agriculture; primary among which
is growing and harvesting fresh organic vegetables in the
school garden to supplement the food served at our tables in
the Dining Room.
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Philosophically, the
program tries to
access a different
form of intelligence
that is often unexplored in
a traditional preparatory
school curriculum. The
program strives to expose
the boys to a form of
learning that reveals the
challenges and thought
required of working
efficiently and productively
with their hands.
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In addition, the program offers boys the opportunity to travel to local farms to gain experience in
other aspects of agriculture, such as working at local CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture), as
well as earning about animal husbandry and food production from nearby dairy, beef and poultry
farms that supply fresh and local foods to the School. In the process, the boys will also learn how to
properly use and maintain a variety of tools and simple, small machinery.
Philosophically, the program tries to access a different form of intelligence that is often unexplored in
a traditional preparatory school curriculum. The program strives to expose the boys to a form of learning that reveals the challenges and thought required of working efficiently and productively with their
hands. In turn, the boys will reap the satisfaction of something produced by their own physical labor.
An additional objective of the program is to instill a sense of environmental stewardship and sustainable practices that evolve from local farms and foods.
Led by Hugh Cheney ’95 (Hon.), P’99, instructor in science, the “Farm to Table Program” will be
offered during the fall and spring as an alternative to the traditional athletic team offerings at school. In
recognition that some boys are not seasoned athletes, or that some may be seeking a new challenge to
pursue in their off-season, this program offers a viable alternative to sports as well as the opportunity to
fulfill the graduation requirement for community service. The boys will spend five days a week in the
program. The long block of time on Wednesday afternoon will be utilized for farm visits and apprentice programs at local farms.
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Fall Program: Harvest Season
The primary objective of the fall program is the harvest of
the many late-season crops planted last spring. These crops
will be used in the Dining Room as fresh, organic supplements to food served to the School.
Supplementary to harvest, time will be spent pursuing
related activities such as:
• Tilling garden and planting winter cover crops
prior to first frosts
• Beginning a Christmas tree plantation; trees
will be sold to faculty, student families and local
residents
• Wood lot management and firewood
• Apprentice work at local farms and orchards:
animal husbandry and crop production
• Construction of garden shed and wood sheds
around campus
• Tools: use, care and repair
Spring Program: Planting Season
The objective of the spring program is to prepare and plant
the school garden for the harvest the following fall. This time
will be spent working on the following pursuits:
• Starting seeds in the green house (late March)
• Tilling, amending and preparing garden soil; lining
out garden beds and mapping crop rotation
• Planting: greenhouse transplants and direct seeding
• Composting, mulching, irrigation, weed cultivation
• Apprentice work at local farms: birth season (calves,
foals, lambs, piglets, chicks) and crop production at
local vegetable farms
• Volunteer work for local conservation land trusts
Acknowledgements
The following people and farms have been instrumental to the start-up success of this program.
They have been generous with their time, resources and sharing of their many years of skill and
knowledge. Thank you.
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Dan Cain P’15: Hedgerows Farm, Cornwall, CT (certified Angus beef)
Tony Fraenkel and Keith Hudak: Chefs: Salisbury School Dining Services
Gordon Ridgeway ’76: Ridgeway Farm, Cornwall, CT (vegetable farm)
Gordon Whitbeck ’76: Lakeville, CT (vegetable farm)
Mark and Ed Ustico: East Canaan, CT (farm machinery; soil tillage)
Bob Jacquier: Laurel Brook Farm, East Canaan, CT (dairy; food composting, garden compost)
Allen and Robin Cockerline: Whippoorwill Farm, Salisbury, CT (grass-fed beef)
Theresa and Matt Freund: Freund Farm, East Canaan, CT (dairy and vegetables)
Dan Hayhurst: Chubby Bunny Farm, Falls Village, CT (CSA; vegetables)
Charlie Paley: Paley’s Farm and Market, Sharon, CT (vegetables)
Phil O’Cain: O’Cain Forest Products, Cornwall, CT (mulch)
Arethusa Dairy Farm, Litchfield, CT (supplies local, fresh milk to Salisbury School)
Shady Maple Farm, Canaan, CT (supplies local, fresh beef to Salisbury School)
Ruwet Farm, Torrington, CT (supplies local, fresh eggs to Salisbury School)
Windy Hill Farm, Great Barrington, MA (apple orchard)
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For more information on this new endeavor, visit:
www.salisburyschool.org/farm-to-table-program
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ALUMNI ASSOCIATION NEWS
Greetings from the Salisbury Alumni Association
Dear Alumni Brothers,
I hope that you had the opportunity to attend one of the Salisbury summer events in Boston, New York or
on Fishers Island.
A special thank you to Cindy and Woody Collins P’93, P’97 for hosting our annual Fishers Island event at
the Fishers Island Yacht Club. Salisbury has many traditions and one of the most enjoyable and most pleasant
is the Fishers Island reception. Over 60 alumni, parents, and friends attended and a great time was had by all.
If you are on the island during the summer months, please make sure the Alumni Office has your address so
that you can be invited to this annual event.
Mark your calendars! Salisbury’s annual Fall Golf Classic will be held on Monday, October 15, at The
Country Club of Fairfield. The Salisbury Fall Golf Classic is a one-day golf event that honors the lives of
Peter A. Fitzgerald ’93, a much-loved classmate, friend, son and brother through the Peter A. Fitzgerald ’93
Scholarship Fund, and those members of Salisbury families who lost their lives on 9/11 through the Freedom
Fund. I hope that you can join us. For more information on how you can be part of the Fall Golf Classic and
to register, please visit: www.salisburyschool.org/golfclassic.
Don’t forget to submit your class note for the spring issue of Salisbury Magazine. To submit a class note or
if you have questions regarding class notes, please contact Alumni and Parent Coordinator Tulika Verma at
[email protected] or 860-435-5740.
Reunion Weekend is set for Friday, May 3 - Sunday, May 5, 2013. You will receive more information
about the weekend shortly. If you are relocating, please let the Alumni Office know so that you can
receive reunion information.
The Alumni Office is continuing to look for class agents for the Classes of 2006, 2003, 1971, 1967, 1955,
1952 and 1946. If you are interested in learning more about this volunteer opportunity, please contact Julie
Zahn at [email protected] or 860-435-5775. Congratulations to Salisbury’s newest class agents from
the great Class of 2012, David Reunert and Nickolas “Nico” Falla.
Thank you to those who have already made a gift or pledge to the 2012-2013 Annual Fund. Our
$2,000,000 goal is ambitious, but achievable if we all participate. Your generous donation to the Annual Fund
helps all Salisbury students and the men and women who teach and coach them.
Of Special Note to Alumni
The Alumni Office will be working with Publishing
Concepts (PCI) to create an updated Sarum Alumni
Directory. Please note that representatives from
the company will be contacting you via phone
and mail. If you have any questions, please contact
Julie Zahn, director of alumni relations,
at [email protected] or 860-435-5775.
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Warmest regards,
Duke Mulvoy ’92
President
Salisbury Alumni Association
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION NEWS
Alumnus Creates Two
Wines for Salisbury School
Ian Findlay ‘88, co-proprietor of Salisbury Wines, was
pleased to announce the creation of two new wines honoring his alma mater, Salisbury School, and its historic
celebration, For The Boys Weekend.
Sarum Knight White and Sarum Red made their
debut during the three-day Hilltop gathering. The first
opportunity to sample the new wines was at the Friday
afternoon wine tasting in honor of current and former
faculty members. The wines were also served at the gala
dinner on Saturday night.
These delicious new wines are available for purchase
from Salisbury Wines. For pricing, availability and
shipping information, please contact the store directly at
860-435-1414.
Visit Our
On-line
Campus Store
A wide range of items is now
available for purchase including:
Under Armour and Champion Sweatshirts and T-shirts
Fleece Jacket and Vest
The Salisbury School Cookbook “Knights Around the
Table” featuring recipes from Parents, Alumni, Faculty
and Friends
Smathers and Branson Needlepoint Belt
Vineyard Vines Ties and Belt
Beanie Hats and Baseball Cap
Stadium Blanket
Ceramic and Travel Mugs
Car Decals and Magnets
Notepads
Salisbury School Christmas Ornament
Show your Sarum pride
and shop today!
Visit www.salisburyschool.org/
about-us/campus-store
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FOR THE BOYS CAMPAIGN
CAMPAIGN
The Henri Pell Junod Class of ’17
Endowed Scholarship: “The Barbell Effect”
Chisholm Chandler and Henri Pell Junod Jr.
“Attracting and Retaining Salisbury Boys” is one of the
five key strategic initiatives in the For The Boys Campaign.
Access to private education carries with it a substantial cost,
and Salisbury has committed itself to providing financial aid
through endowed scholarships to make a Salisbury education
more affordable and achievable. Henri Pell Junod Jr. and his
late father Henri Pell Junod ’17 have helped Salisbury with
this key initiative.
Henri Pell Junod Jr. is a former admissions director at two
independent schools and a very established philanthropist
who sits on several boards related to education. Through his
philanthropic work and the tumultuous economic climate
over the past few years, Henri has noticed a growing concern
for the “middle class” and their ability to get any financial
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support for a private education. As Henri stated, “There is
a barbell effect taking place where the middle class does not
have the financial wherewithal to send their kids to a private
institution and does not qualify for financial aid. Whereas,
the affluent have the resources for a private education and
the less wealthy get all the support; hence less middle class
students.”
To help with this “barbell effect” and to honor his father,
Henri Pell Junod Jr. has generously established “The Henri
Pell Junod Class of ’17 Endowed Scholarship.” This will
allow Salisbury to assist families of a certain income bracket
and give focus to a countrywide struggle for middle class
families to give their children a private education.
A formal program of need-based financial aid has long
been a part of Salisbury’s mission. In recent years, as the
economy has struggled, the percentage of families applying
for financial aid has risen, from 46% in 2007 to 57% in
2010. It is the partnership with benefactors like Henri Pell
Junod Jr. that makes this mission come to life. His generosity follows the example of others, over many years, that now
helps Salisbury to provide aid to 38% of its students.
Henri Pell Junod Jr. hopes that his gift will encourage
others to help support financial aid at Salisbury and to give
special notice to a struggling middle class that cannot afford
to send their children to the best schools. This is welcome
news for the Salisbury Admissions Office which is constantly
looking to “attract and retain” the finest young men they can
to the Hilltop. This endowed gift will live on forever and
provide qualified young men the chance to attend Salisbury
on an annual basis.
Special thanks to Henri Pell Junod Jr. for making this
wonderful gift!
FOR THE BOYS CAMPAIGN
Scholarship Established in
Memory of John S. Morris ’84
At Salisbury, where classmates often refer to each other as “brothers,” the bonds of
friendship and support are as genuine as they are deep. After John Morris ’84 sadly and
unexpectedly passed away in 2009, his Sarum brothers did not want to relinquish John’s
memory or his spirit. Instead, they created a way to keep both alive in their hearts and
in the hearts of John’s wife Ann, and three sons, Jack, age eight, and twins William and
David, age four, and also on the Salisbury Hilltop.
With thanks to lead gifts from Peter Rutledge ’84, Paul Marran ’84, Ann Morris,
and Molly and Bill Morris, Salisbury has established the John S. Morris ’84 Endowed
Scholarship. In keeping with John’s love of music, this scholarship will be used each
year to provide financial aid to a student of need who has a demonstrated interest in the
study of music and the intent to further that interest through participation in the music
program at Salisbury.
When Ann learned that John’s classmates had created this permanent scholarship in
memory of John, she reminisced that “John had a gorgeous voice that along with his
music made our home a happy home,” and shared that today John’s sons listen to their
father on a CD and sing along with him, keeping his presence close to them all.
Salisbury was an integral part of John’s life. While a student at Salisbury, John lost his
own father, and those around him on the Hilltop—classmates and teachers—helped
a young man through the dark hours of loss. John wrote a song during those difficult
days entitled “Dad’s Song.” This beautiful song brings together so many threads of a
father and son relationship, and is even more poignant since John’s time with his own
sons was cut short.
John’s memory and spirit will live in the lives of the Salisbury boys who are awarded
the John S. Morris ’84 Scholarship. Each will be known as a John Morris Scholar, and
each will add his voice to the Hilltop community. In establishing this scholarship fund,
John’s classmates hope that everyone from the Class of 1984, and all those who wish to
support students with a dedicated interest in music, will consider a gift to the John S.
Morris ’84 Endowed Scholarship Fund.
For further information or to make a gift, please contact Dutch Barhydt, director of
development, at [email protected] or (860) 435-5704 or Andrew Graham,
director of leadership giving, at [email protected] or (860) 435-5706.
FOR THE BOYS CAMPAIGN
Dick Curtis, Stephen and Susan Meszkat P’02 with daughter Dede and Chisholm Chandler at the dedication of the Stephen J. Meszkat Jr. shell.
Two Lives Celebrated and One Remembered
as the Stephen J. Meszkat Jr. is Launched
It was a sunny, cool and beautifully bright late afternoon when the Salisbury community gathered in
front of the boathouse and the docks to honor Salisbury’s longtime head rowing coach Dick Curtis ’91
(Hon.) and to remember and to celebrate the life of Stephen J. Meszkat ’02, as part of the For The Boys
Weekend. And in honoring and remembering these two men—one a teacher and coach and one a student—we also learned how their lives came together at Salisbury and the impact they had on each other.
The dedication of the boathouse in honor of Dick Curtis
was a joyous moment. In front of current and past rowers,
friends and his family, Coach Curtis heard incoming Head
Coach Tote Smith speak of the many accomplishments under
Dick’s 31 years of leadership of Salisbury’s rowing program.
Not surprisingly, many champion and Olympic rowers were
named, and winning seasons and Henley trips recalled. The
most significant common denominator was Dick’s presence
in the lives of the many Salisbury rowers who he influenced.
Following a blessing by Chaplain Jeff Lewis P’12, Headmaster
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Chandler ’11 (Hon.) declared that the boathouse would be
“…now known as the Richard I. Curtis Boathouse.”
Immediately following, and with the large crowd assembled on the banks of the lake, on the docks and on
the Blodgett Deck of the Curtis Boathouse, the family of
Stephen Meszkat ’02 gathered on the center dock with Headmaster Chandler, Chaplain Lewis, Coach Curtis, Coach Smith
and the current members of the first boat. On this beautiful
afternoon, Salisbury came together to find the words to remember a life cut too short, and to honor that life with the gift
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of a new Vespoli 8 named the Stephen J. Meszkat Jr., a gift made
possible by Stephen’s family and friends. Stephen’s mother Susie,
father Steve and sister Dede together recalled the importance of
Salisbury in Stephen’s life and, in particular, the importance of
Stephen’s classmates in his life. Co-Captain Bobby Feeney ’12
spoke on behalf of the current team and thanked the Meszkat
family and their friends for their generosity. Coach Dick Curtis
recalled meeting with Susie and Steve on the Hilltop earlier
this year and finding an essay that Stephen had written on
faith—and being able to present that amazing gift to Susie and
Steve that day. That connection­—teacher and student, past and
present, seemed to be representative of this gathering on a May
afternoon on the lake.
Following Coach Curtis, Chaplain Lewis blessed the boat
with a prayer and with water from the lake. After a moment of
silence, Coach Smith asked the members of the first boat, who
had been standing at attention in school dress, to go into the
boathouse and change into their rowing uniforms. They reappeared moments later and stood by the boat, which was resting
on a stand on the dock. At Coach Smith’s command, the boys
lifted the boat off the stand, placed it in the water and entered
the boat. The final command—“Hand’s On”—was given, and
the Stephen J. Meszkat Jr. was gliding across the water, onto the
course, on a strikingly clear late afternoon.
On this beautiful afternoon, Salisbury
came together to find the words to
remember a life cut too short, and to
honor that life with the gift of a new
Vespoli 8 named the Stephen J. Meszkat Jr.,
a gift made possible by Stephen’s family
and friends.
For those who were there, and there were many, witnessing
a ceremony that captured so much of what Salisbury strives
for – loyalty, honor, humility, graciousness – was a gift, as was
Stephen’s life. Knowing that Coach Curtis and Stephen were a
part of each other’s lives touched everyone that afternoon. And
finally, being able to permanently remember both through the
Richard I. Curtis Boathouse and the Stephen J. Meszkat Jr. shell
is a gift to all of us, now and in the years ahead.
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P hotos by J ennifer F iereck ,
J ohn L a P erch , joseph meehan ,
D anielle S inclair , B rian W ilco x
and julie zahn
What a gathering it was on the Hilltop!
Nearly 1,000 alumni, parents, students,
faculty and staff, and friends came together
on campus May 11-13, 2012, for a momentous
celebration, For The Boys Weekend.
This special weekend was designed to
commemorate the For The Boys Campaign
kick-off and offered four traditional events—
Reunion Weekend (all classes), Spring
Family Weekend, Trustees Weekend and the
campaign announcement—combined into
one extraordinary event. In fact, so many
members of our loyal community convened
on the Hilltop for the revelries, it was the
largest school event in Salisbury’s history.
The schedule of activities was full of many
wonderful experiences for guests of all
ages to enjoy. Read on for highlights of the
weekend festivities.
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Friday, May 11
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For The Boys Golf Outing
Alumni and parents kicked-off the weekend celebration early Friday morning at
Wyantenuck Country Club for a friendly round of golf. Wyantenuck, located in
nearby Great Barrington, MA, is the home course of our varsity golf team.
50th Reunion Luncheon
Members of the Class of 1962 enjoyed a special moment with each other early on in the weekend. Headmaster Chandler
and his wife Tracy hosted the class for lunch on Friday afternoon. Those attending also were inducted into the “Half Century
Club.” As a token of their membership, attendees received a custom Salisbury tie, the same one which the Class of 2012 wore
at graduation, thus connecting the two classes for years to come.
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Friday, May 11
Wine Tasting
and Art Reception
Ian Findlay ’88, co-proprietor of Salisbury Wines,
was pleased to unveil the creation of two new
wines—Sarum Knight White and Sarum Red-—
honoring his alma mater and its historic celebration
at a tasting hosted in honor of current and former
faculty members. In addition, Tremaine Gallery
opened a new show, “Women Artists of the Hilltop,” which featured the works of faculty and staff
members as well as spouses.
Anton Schiffenhaus ’48 with Chair of the Art Department Erika Crofut
Instructor in French Julia Barbato
Bookstore Manager Nattalie Will
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Susan Meszkat P’02 shares fond memories of son Stephen at the dedication.
Dedication of The Curtis Boathouse
and the Stephen J. Meszkat Jr. Crew Shell
Two heartfelt dedications took place down at Lake Washinee. Dick Curtis ’91 (Hon.), longtime English
and Philosophy and Religion instructor and crew coach, was flattered and thrilled as the School dedicated
the boathouse in his honor and recognized his devotion to Salisbury, its boys and its crew program. Crew
Co-Captain Bobby Feeney ’12 and Crew Coach Tote Smith both offered praises regarding Dick as a loyal
coach. Dick thanked the crowd and introduced the Meszkat family, who were present to dedicate a shell
in memory of their son and brother, Stephen Jr. ’02. (For more on the Meszkat family’s gift, see page 12).
The ceremony concluded as members of the Varsity Crew Team launched the shell for its inaugural ride.
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Headmaster
Chandler welcomes
alumni, parents
and friends to the
ceremony.
Friday, May 11
Rev. Jeff Lewis P’12 offers a
special blessing for The Curtis
Boathouse and the Stephen J.
Meszkat Jr. shell.
Lynne, Gwen, Dick and Dan Curtis ’06 with Headmaster Chisholm Chandler
Dick Curtis salutes the crowd as he receives
resounding applause for his dedication to
Salisbury School and its crew program.
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Parent Reception at the Headmaster’s House and Family Dinner
The Chandlers welcomed current parents into their home for cocktails on Friday night. Later in the evening, parents met up
with their sons and enjoyed a delicious buffet dinner in the festively decorated Dining Room while student musicians showcased their talents. Dessert was offered in the Championship Lounge after Illusionist Ryan Oakes amazed students and their
families with his astounding magic tricks.
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Alumni relished the beautiful view of Lake Washinee at the Friday
night dinner. Old boys enjoyed reacquainting themselves with
one another and connecting with current and former faculty
members. Class and reunion agents were presented with gifts for
their service throughout the 2011-2012 year.
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Alumni Reception and
Dinner in the Boathouse
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Major General Josiah Bunting III ’57
2012 Salisbury Medal Presentation
On Friday evening, Headmaster Chisholm S. Chandler ’11 (Hon.) proudly presented alumnus Major General Josiah
Bunting III ’57 with the Salisbury Medal, the School’s highest bestowed honor.
“Soldier. Scholar. Headmaster. College president. Author. Gentleman. Husband.
Father. Leader. Salisbury son. Josiah Bunting III, known to his family and friends as
“Si,” is truly the embodiment of the values and the character that we strive for on the
Hilltop,” opened Headmaster Chandler in his remarks about this year’s recipient.
After attending Salisbury, The Virginia Military Institute and Oxford University (as a Rhodes Scholar), Si had a
distinguished six-year career in the U.S. Army with service in Vietnam in the Ninth Infantry Division. He attained
the rank of Major and earned numerous awards including the Combat Infantryman Badge, Bronze Star Medal, Army
Commendation Medal, Presidential Unit Citation, The Ranger Tab and many others. Following his service in Vietnam, Si was stationed at West Point where he taught history and the social sciences.
As an educator, Si taught in the classroom and served as the head of The Lawrenceville School and The Virginia
Military Institute and as president of Briarcliff College and Hampden-Sydney College.
As an author, Si incorporated his interests in leadership, loyalty and friendship into masterful biographies of Ulysses
S. Grant and George Marshall, two men whose own leadership and character changed the world. Not only does Si
teach and write about leadership, but he lives it, each and every day. He has served as president of Phi Beta Kappa at
the College of William and Mary and is currently the president of the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation.
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Friends and family of Jim Bates ’48 were joined by alumni, parents,
students, faculty and friends on a beautiful Saturday morning for the
first running of the Jim Bates ’48 run/walk.
First-year Instructor in Science Michael Bienkowski, took first place
with an impressive time of 17.41, while Assistant Director of Admissions Brian Phinney placed second with a time of 21.38. Kris Loomis
’92 placed first in the alumni division – and third overall - with a time
of 22.00, while the first student to cross the finish line – and fourth
overall - was Frankie Craft ’12 with a time of 22.08. Headmaster’s
wife Tracy Chandler placed first in the women’s division with a time
of 30.18, while their son, Zach Chandler, had an impressive showing
in the faculty children division with a first place time of 30.15. Additionally, Leonard Teye-Botchway P’13, ’14, placed first in the parent
division – and thirteenth overall - with an equally impressive time
of 25.21. The morning race was a tremendous success with over 44
participants coming out for the inaugural running of this event. We
owe the Bates Family our deepest gratitude for helping to organize
this race as we remember the many contributions of husband, father,
grandfather, teacher, coach, friend and mentor, Jim Bates.
Three of Jim Bates’ grandchildren, Jonny Bates ’04,
Courtney Bliss and Will Bliss congratulate race winner
Michael Bienkowski, instructor in science.
SATURDAY, MAY 12
The Jim Bates ’48
5K Family Run/Walk
Saturday Morning Activities
Campus guests had a full morning of activities in which to participate. Early morning networking breakfast roundtables, a
traditional chapel service, school meeting on the Quadrangle, the opportunity to attend classes and College Office presentations were open to all alumni and parents. The spring meeting of the Board of Trustees was also held on campus.
Guests were invited to attend classes with the boys.
Shown here is Roger McKee ’72, instructor in art, as he
shared information about our popular boat building class.
Everyone gathered in the Quadrangle for announcements
at school meeting. A traditional chapel service was held for
alumni and parents.
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SATURDAY, MAY 12
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Alumni Panel Discussions
With many up early to enjoy the beautiful spring day, alumni and parents were also able to learn about the distinguished
accomplishments of several alumni through three discussions
on current hot topics.
John Olson ’60, P’92 with Alec Grant ’14
The Entrepreneurial Studies Panel is introduced by Lawlor Coe ’12
Ted Clement ’87
Robert Miller ’67
Pandora’s Box: Enron and Its Consequences
by John Olson ’60, P’92
When Enron executives tried to buy his favor, John Olson stood
his ground and fought for truth. The rest is history.
Green Energy in the 21st Century – Is it a Reality?
Alumni shared their professional views in a riveting panel
discussion about global energy trends. Panelists included:
• Pierre duPont ’72, Board of U.S.-Asia Relations and
founder of numerous energy initiatives in China
• Richard Turnure ’86, founder, Syncarpa
• Moderator: Ted Clement ’87, executive director,
Aquidneck Land Trust
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Entrepreneurial Spiritt — The Journey
Alumni panelists discussed how they made their way in the
business world. Entrepreneurial Studies Director Tote Smith
served as moderator. Presenters included:
• James van B. Dresser ’59, former independent director,
Merrimack Pharmaceuticals; CAO, Boston Consulting
Group; and selectman, Town of Salisbury, CT
• Robert Miller ’67, founder, Miller Publishing Group, and
president and CEO, Time, Inc. Ventures
• Kevin Coleman ’87, CEO and president, Coleman
Research Group
• Kit Clark ’89, founder and CEO, BarTule LLC
• Matthew Swift ’06, co-founder, Concordia Summit
• Nicholas Logothetis ’06, co-founder, Concordia Summit
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Members of the Classes of 1950-1959
Members of the Classes of 1960-1969
Members of the Classes of 1970-1979
Members of the Classes of 1980-1989
Members of the Classes of 1990-1999
SATURDAY, MAY 12
Members of the Classes of 1940-1949
Barbeque Luncheon
and Alumni Photos
A delicious barbeque luncheon was held on Reeves
Field for all to enjoy. Reunion class photos were
taken as were photos of alumni by decade. For those
interested in ordering a print of a photo taken that
afternoon, visit: www.salisburyschool.org/2012reunion-photos
Members of the Classes of 2000-2012
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SATURDAY, MAY 12
FOR THE BOYS WEEKEND
Skyhunters in Flight
After Saturday’s barbeque lunch, master falconer Brian
Bradley shared a variety of raptors in each of the four
species owls, falcons, hawks and eagles. Mr. Bradley
imparted his knowledge of the birds with the audience as
he presented each species. A demonstration on Reeves
Field featuring the birds’ hunting abilities was also
featured. Guests of all ages enjoyed this fascinating show.
Rededication of the Wachtmeister-Bates Mathematics
and Science Building
In memory of longtime Science Instructor Jim Bates ’48, the
Wachtmeister family wished to rename the Math and Science
building, originally dedicated in 1999, to include the Bates name.
On Saturday afternoon, members of both families came together
along with many in the Salisbury community, to rededicate the
building. Headmaster Chandler offered remarks about the beloved
former senior master and Ted Wachtmeister ’67, P’95, ’98 and the
special friendship the two shared over many years. Jim’s sons,
Jim ’75 and Jerry ’82, also spoke at the ceremony as did Ted himself.
School Chaplain Jeff Lewis P’12 closed the rededication by giving the
building a heartfelt blessing.
The Wachtmeister and Bates families with Headmaster Chandler
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Alumni took on the Varsity Lacrosse
Team at this game held memory of
former Salisbury faculty member, coach
and friend Sean Bowler ’02 (Hon.).
Salisbury’s Head Varsity Lacrosse Coach
Bobby Wynne served as referee for
the spirited competition. Ice cream was served down by
Wachtmeister Field as spectators enjoyed this game as well
as interscholastic competitions that afternoon. It was a
great day to be a Crimson Knight!
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Sean Bowler ’02 (Hon.)
Memorial Lacrosse Game
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Saturday Evening Reception
and Gala Dinner
The culmination of the weekend’s events were the Saturday night
festivities. The Flood Athletic Center was transformed and beautifully
decorated to serve as a venue for this special evening. Alumni, parents and
friends enjoyed refreshments on the terrace as well as in the Championship
Lounge, and an elegant dinner was served in The Class of 1959 Hockey
Arena on Rudd Rink. During dinner, Chair of the Development
Committee Dicky Riegel ’84 and School President Herbie May ’12 gave
guests a warm welcome and each spoke passionately about their love for
the School. Headmaster Chisholm Chandler ’11 (Hon.) and Chairman
of the Board of Trustees Michael Sylvester ’59, P’85 also welcomed guests
and thanked retiring trustees before making an announcement that is
sure to transform our wonderful school (see “Salisbury School Announces
$105,000,000 Capital Campaign”). Alumni and parents celebrated
the exciting news by heading into the basketball courts for desserts and
dancing late into the evening. Oh, what a night!
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For more information about the For The Boys Campaign
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SATURDAY, MAY 12
FOR THE BOYS WEEKEND
Salisbury School Announces
$105,000,000 Capital Campaign
On Saturday, May 12, 2012, Headmaster Chisholm S. Chandler and Chairman of the Board of Trustees
Michael Sylvester ’59, P’85 made an historic announcement—Salisbury School has entered the public phase of
its largest fundraising initiative in school history­—the For The Boys Campaign, with a goal of $105,000,000.
The Components of the For The Boys Campaign
“This comprehensive campaign will sustain Salisbury into the future—for our boys today and those of tomorrow. It will bolster
our endowment, support our bright and talented faculty members, enhance our academic offerings and sustain our state-ofthe-art campus for generations to come. Most importantly, it will provide daily support for lives of the boys and the men and
women who teach and coach them,” noted Headmaster Chandler.
The For The Boys Campaign has five priorities, each related directly to supporting our students:
For Attracting and Retaining Salisbury Boys:
Financial Aid and Innovative Academic Programs
For Those Who Teach and Coach The Boys:
Faculty Salaries, Benefits, Housing and Development
For Where The Boys Live, Learn and Compete:
Dorms, Community Spaces, Technologically Advanced Classrooms,
Endowment of Physical Plant Upkeep and Improvement and Refurbishment
For The Daily Lives of The Boys:
Annual Fund Support
For the Boys Who Will Come to The Hilltop:
Unrestricted Endowment
The School’s previous campaign, the Forever Salisbury Centennial Campaign, was completed in 2002 and raised $42,407,993.
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To view a video of Headmaster Chandler’s For The Boys Campaign announcement,
visit: www.salisburyschool.org/for-the-boys/campaign-announcement
For detailed information about Salisbury School’s For The Boys Campaign,
visit: www.salisburyschool.org/for-the-boys
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ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT
Alumni Spotlight: The Rev. Stephen D. Parker ’59
U
“One of the
purposes of my
book is to enable
the person of
science in the
modern age to
embrace faith.
Likewise, I want to appeal
to the religious right
and remove fear from
Steve Parker came to Salisbury in the fall of 1955 as a third former from Longmeadow, MA. He
was an engaged student, participating in activities including student council, the St. Austin Society,
glee club, the octet and fire squad. In addition, Steve served as a dormitory supervisor and was a
member of the Citizenship, Work Project and Snack Bar Committees. He was a letterman in soccer,
basketball and tennis.
Steve graduated from The College of William and Mary where he majored in Sociology and Anthropology and had a heavy course load in Philosophy. He went on to receive a Master of Divinity
degree from Berkeley Divinity School at Yale in 1967. After seminary, he became a curate at St.
Luke’s, Darien; rector of Trinity, Collinsville; and, subsequently, rector of St. Matthew’s, Wilton,
all in Connecticut. Next came a year’s sabbatical to Islamorada, FL, to run The Net Tennis Club,
re-honing tennis skills and rejuvenating body and mind until a call from Dick Flood brought him
back to Salisbury as chaplain in 1994. During the summers he became the rector of the summer
parish, St. John’s, on Fishers Island.
While at Salisbury in his second incarnation, he served as chaplain, headed the Department of
Philosophy and Religion and coached varsity tennis and squash. Steve faithfully served the School
and its boys through 2005 when he retired to Florida with wife Jeanie. He currently serves as class
agent for the Class of 1959.
Steve recently became a published author. His book, “Bridges: Reconnecting Science and Faith,” was
published in the spring of 2012. The book aims to show how the two disciplines overlap, bringing
one’s mind to faith and heart to science. Below he shares insights from the book as well as some personal philosophies, and recollects about his time at Salisbury as both a student and faculty member.
things scientific as well as
bolster the spirits of those
who are trying to hold on
to faith and science in this
extraordinary age.”
When did you develop your interest in
theology? Astronomy?
Thinking about and talking about God predated
my interest in the heavens, but there was a causal
relationship beginning when I was about eight. I
was given my first telescope when I was twelve.
Can trust in God and science go hand in
hand? Why is it hard for some to embrace this interconnection?
They can, and the engagement is compelling,
but they begin with different starting points. In
science one must see to believe; in theology one
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must believe to see. There is a small chasm, but
the leap is fun and often made successfully. Some
have trouble making the leap. The “baggage” of
religion keeps many at bay.
You write that faith is stronger
when science is welcomed into belief.
Why is that?
Because one may welcome all new knowledge
without being threatened by it. One can appreciate the vastness and beauty of the universe and
bring one’s faith along for the ride. You can have
your cake and eat it too.
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Are there any good sciencebased arguments for God?
There are scientific teases but no proofs.
To the person of faith, there is endless
anecdotal evidence and testimony. The
teleological argument, that is, the beautiful design of universe augers for an author;
the famous argument of the “watchmaker.” It is hard to imagine a watch that
made itself.
Do you think religion can remain
strong in the scientific age?
One of the purposes of my book is
to enable the person of science in the
modern age to embrace faith. Likewise,
I want to appeal to the religious right
and remove fear from things scientific as
well as bolster the spirits of those who
are trying to hold on to faith and science
in this extraordinary age.
What role do miracles play in the
laws of nature?
If one is open to seeing, one can be
surprised at how often the divine enters
our earthly existence, small and large
miracles alike. Many miracles are of our
own making. We possess a spark of divinity and when open to our God-given
power, we do amazing and miraculous
things. In the book, a chapter focuses
entirely on these miracles close to home.
What is the biggest
difference between scientists
and theologians?
Each seek the truth, and I think the
truths are found in both arenas. When
they overlap, the truths are more encompassing. The biggest difference between
them is the way truth is acquired;
science through repeatable experiments
and faith through a leap into a divinehuman relationship. This is similar to
love between human beings. A leap of
faith is always necessary. There are no
proofs in love.
Why did you choose to
come to Salisbury?
I first came to Salisbury as a student
in the third form. I was dyslexic before
it was known, and liked sports and girls
better then cracking a book. My parents
sent me “away” from those distractions
and Salisbury saved me. I came back as a
teacher and chaplain because I had such
positive experiences at Salisbury as a student. They were fabulous years for which
I am forever grateful.
Who was your favorite
teacher as a student?
My main teachers and coaches in the
mid 1950s were Messrs. Tappert, Keur,
Langdon, Myers, Dartford, Dorsey,
Gardner, Nonnenmacher, Nelson,
Palmer and Reid. They were all amazingly formative to my emergence as a
student. I was afraid of them all, but
feared Nonnenmacher the least.
How did Salisbury prepare you
for your career?
When I went to William and Mary, I
had formed the habit of studying every
evening and so I stepped into the routine
well. I learned how to write papers and
that was a precursor to writing sermons.
The balance between science and English
that began at Salisbury, paved the way
for me. The typing and reading courses
in the Salisbury Summer School and the
speech course during our third form year
were godsends as well.
What is your most treasured
memory while you were
here as a student? One as
a faculty member?
My most treasured memory as a
student was when in 1958, the fledging soccer team beat the varsity football
team in a soccer game (no holds barred)
5-0 and was granted varsity status by
George Langdon who had made that
a pre-condition. We had lost a similar
game the year before and suffered that
humiliation for a year.
As a faculty member, it is hard to
choose just one. Aside from being called
by Dick Flood in the winter of 1994 to
come to Salisbury as chaplain, and later
being named on a chair that endowed
chaplaincy at the School, I suppose
listening to Michael Brown’s gospel
choir sing “He Will Raise Them Up.” I
was also amazed at how much I liked
teaching the combination of theology
and astronomy.
What did you find most
rewarding about being the
chaplain at Salisbury?
The magic of mixing my life’s passions
in subjects I taught—theology, ethics
and astronomy—along with leading services in the chapel was an extraordinary
privilege. The chapel program was key to
my love of the School.
Do you have any advice you wish
to share with current students?
Set as a goal to discover and follow
your passions, the things that truly
interest you. Life’s work is very long if
you work at something other than your
passion. It is rewarding and fulfilling if
you discover your true loves and work
at them. Do not succumb to any other
endeavor.
What projects are you
currently working on?
Writing the book “Bridges, Reconnecting Science and Faith” occupied a good
piece of my time over the last few years.
What a humbling yet exhilarating experience that was. Now I hope people will
read it. I am also learning how to play
“senior tennis.” It is entirely different
from my previous experience. I practice
how to call, “YOURS.”
Where can
people purchase
your book?
A few ways. You can
order it directly from
me at [email protected]
gmail.com or order
from Tate Publishing
on-line. Amazon also
carries the book and
one can order on-line
from them as well.
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STUDENT PROFILE
Nicholas
Turecamo ’13
What has been your favorite
class at Salisbury and why?
My favorite class was Mr. Coulombe’s AP
English class during my fifth form year. He
always found a joke in everything which kept
the feeling in the classroom light and fun. But
on the flip side of that, he taught me how to
write well and how to put my ideas on paper
to create the “perfect” argument. School President
Nick is a high honors student
who, in addition to his responsibilities as school president, also
serves as a peer leader, chemistry tutor and dormitory prefect.
This hardworking, trustworthy
and determined Crimson Knight
is a member of the varsity soccer and crew teams.
What is your favorite thing
about living in a dorm?
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All-school gatherings, chapels and sit-down
meals are some of my favorite school traditions. The all-school capture the flag games
and dodge ball games have been my favorite
activities at Salisbury. What has been the most
rewarding aspect of your
Salisbury experience so far?
The best part about dorm life is living with
your friends. You know that no matter how
tough your day has been, you always have guys
that pick you up and can relate to whatever it
is you’re facing. Some of my fondest memories
at Salisbury have taken place in the dorms. I would have to say it has to be the friendships I’ve made. There are friends I’ve made
at Salisbury through sports and classes that I
know I will be close to all my life. What advice do you have
for new Salisbury students?
Fear inspires me because of the unknown
it causes and the challenges it creates in our
lives. When I was little, my mom always
told me that “fear is courage that has said its
prayers” and I believe she is right. After you
conquer a fear, not only do you grow as a person, but the people around you grow as well,
and I believe that until we conquer all of our
fears, we will never reach our full potential.
This is what keeps pushing me to overcome
the fears in my life. My best advice for new
students is don’t panic.
Everyone, no matter who
they are, has things to work
through during the first
couple of months of school.
And most importantly, be
open to everything that
Salisbury has to offer; it’s a
new start, so take chances
and buy into the culture of
the School.
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What have been some of
your favorite activities outside
of the classroom?
What or who inspires you
and why?
What do you believe is the biggest
challenge facing our country? Our world?
I believe the lack of unity in our country is
one of the biggest, if not the biggest, problem
we face today. Political parties have become
too extreme on both sides and too stubborn to change their mind sets. It seems as if
instead of political parties and their leaders
doing what is best for our country, we have
people who only want to promote their own
personal agendas and it is causing Americans
to suffer. We need a healthier balance and
moderation on both sides. STUDENT PROFILE
What is your favorite class and why?
What or who inspires you and why?
My favorite class at Salisbury this past year
was Civil Rights because it was the most
challenging and it brought a great work ethic
out of me.
My mother inspires me because throughout
her personal life and our life as a family, we
have experienced a lot of adversity, but she
never lets anything get in the way of taking
care of her kids. She works extremely hard no
matter the circumstances to make sure that
we reach our goals and dreams.
What is your favorite thing
about living in a dorm?
I like living in a dorm because of the family
structure and camaraderie you build with the
other boys.
What advice do you have for
new Salisbury students?
Buy in. Sure, you are away from your family
and friends, but if you buy in to the process,
trust and believe, you will have a greater time
than you ever expected.
Sadiq
Olanrewaju ’13
School Vice President
Sadiq, a high honors student, is
a member of the Gospel Choir
and Dramatic Society, and
participates on both the varsity
football and wrestling teams.
He sees attending Salisbury as
a “great opportunity” to better
his academics and athletics. In
fact, this focused, relentless and
affable young man has already
been accepted to the University
of Virginia, where he plans to
attend next fall.
What have been some of your
favorite activities outside of the
classroom?
Going out to watch my friends play sports,
especially in the spring when everyone is out
there having a good time and supporting our
various athletic teams.
What has been the most
rewarding aspect of your
Salisbury experience so far?
Definitely seeing all the hard work payoff,
seeing those late night study sessions help me
get the grades I want, those countless days in
the gym working out and practicing on the
field helping my team win games, and, ultimately, me committing to the school of my
dreams because of all the time I’ve put into
becoming a well-rounded student-athlete.
What do you believe is the biggest
challenge facing our country? Our world?
Definitely for our country the challenge is
coexisting peacefully with those of different
views. This is especially apparent in politics;
there is tension in the air due to differences
in ideals and I feel like this is hindering the
exceptional progression that could be made
by this great country. For the world, the
largest challenge is global warming; everyone
knows it’s happening, but no one is willing
to alter their lives for a better future. We
must be conservative so our children and
their children will not live in a dangerous
and polluted environment.
What is it that you like most
about Salisbury?
I like the camaraderie amongst the boys. We
experience both happiness and adversity here,
but no matter what, you always have a friend
that is like a brother and will always be by
your side.
With your assistance, Nick, Sadiq and other Salisbury boys will continue to develop into
self-confident, intellectual, spiritual, moral and responsible young men. Find out more
about the For The Boys Campaign and how your contribution will help generations of boys
mature into Salisbury gentlemen by visiting: www.salisburyschool.org/for-the-boys
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P hotography by D anielle S inclair and B rian W ilco x
The boys and their numerous accomplishments were
honored at this joyous celebration.
To view video of the 2012 graduation
ceremony, visit YouTube and search for
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The sun was shining
down on this special day,
Friday, June 1, at the final
moment of secondary
school for the members
of the Class of 2012.
Parents, grandparents
and friends gathered with
the school community
to exalt this wonderful
group of young men and
their many achievements make the world a worse place,” pointing
during the last four years. out that too many people today are usIn his opening remarks, Headmaster
Chisholm Chandler noted, “At times,
people ask me what it is like to try and
raise 300+ teenage boys all at once. The
truth is…it is pure joy…it is truly a
gift to be able to share their lives. The
many, many good times and even…the
troubling. For it is in those troubling
times that our bonds grow deeper, and we
all grow wiser.”
He went on to recognize that as the
quintessential graduation time of year,
“There have been a number of articles
published in “The Wall Street Journal,”
“The New York Times” and others
about what this thing…this graduation
thing…truly means. And I have to say
most of these articles regurgitate the
same information…change the world…
be the best.”
The headmaster then recognized one
“Wall Street Journal” op-ed piece that he
found a bit different, one with a slight
edge to it, titled, “10 Things You
Won’t Hear in a Graduation Speech.”
Mr. Chandler went on to comment
about the two pieces of advice he found
most interesting.
Instead of encouraging graduates to
“make the world a better place,” the
author of the article declared, “Don’t
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ing their vast creativity and intellect for
personal gain at the expense of the rest
of the world.
The second item of note among the
list of 10 was, “It’s all on borrowed
time.” Headmaster Chandler commented, “You will hear at graduations that
you have your whole life ahead of you…
the world is your oyster…and both are
true. But in reality, none of us really
knows how much time we have, so make
the most of it. Life is short. Indeed, we
all live on borrowed time.”
Mr. Chandler then acknowledged that
despite the fact that the class both collectively and individually had achieved so
much since the start of their sixth form
year, “I believe your greatest achievement
was the way in which together you rallied to support each other and the community in the wake of the loss of your
dear friend and classmate, Tiio. Your
courage and your love for each other
helped us move forward from the loss. It
was the hardest of times…but you withstood the tumult…and today, you are
stronger boys…emotionally stronger…
and wiser...hardened in an important
way. Abraham Lincoln once wrote,
‘Only the test of fire makes the finest
steel.’ Your courage, your perseverance,
your commitment to each other…I can
only say how proud of you we are. You
have been a great blessing to the school
community.”
Chairman and CEO Franklin “Tad”
Montross P’10, ’12 delivered this year’s
commencement address and School
President Herbie May ’12 offered parting words of wisdom to his classmates.
In keeping with tradition, diplomas and
several distinguished service awards were
presented that morning as well. (Read
on for coverage of the speeches and
many other graduation highlights.)
At the conclusion of the ceremony,
Headmaster Chandler stood at the podium and said, “Gentlemen, it is finally
time to bid farewell. Do me one last
favor…look around while you still have
the chance. Memorize the faces of your
classmates. Youthful and spry. Confident. Your dear friends. Your brothers. Feel the moment. The elation.
That feeling of completion. Of a job
done well. As you leave this experience
behind, remember always that you are
Salisbury men for life. You came to us
as boys, but boys you are no longer…
May the brotherhood you have been a
part of here at Salisbury live forever in
your heart.”
To view or purchase
graduation photos, visit:
http://salisburyschool.smugmug.com
“As you leave this experience behind,
remember always that you are
Salisbury men for life.”
Headmaster Chisholm Chandler ’11 (Hon.)
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It is a privilege and honor to introduce today’s
graduation speaker. Franklin “Tad” Montross is
chairman and CEO of General Re Corporation.
He began his career with Gen Re in 1978 as
a casualty facultative underwriter. Since then,
Tad has held a number of positions of increasing
responsibility, both in the U.S. and internationally.
In 1992, he was promoted to chief underwriter for
the treaty business. In 2001, he became a member
of Gen Re’s Executive Committee and the Group’s
president and chief underwriting officer in 2005.
COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS BY
FRANKLIN MONTROSS P’10, ’12
In 2008, he was appointed chairman and CEO.
Tad is a graduate of Harvard College. He has
served on the Board of Directors of the National
Disaster Coalition and on the Advisory Committee
of the Chicago Board of Trade. He also has served
as a board member of the Insurance Information
Institute. Currently he is the secretary/treasurer
of the Reinsurance Association of America. Tad
has made presentations worldwide on reinsurance and industry related issues. Until recently, he
was a member of the Financial Services Advisory
Committee. He is on the Executive Committee of
the Board of the School of Risk Management at
St. John’s University and the Executive Committee
of the Board of Trustees of the American Institute
for CPCU (AICPCU).
I asked Mr. Montross to speak to us today because I am inspired by his story. While his various
titles and career success are incredibly impressive,
that is not what is most unique about him. We
live in a free agent world today in our careers.
The time horizons we envision for ourselves are
growing smaller and smaller. Get in and get out.
Make as much as you can and leave the mess
for someone else to clean up. And the real truth
is that it takes time to build something…more
time than most people want to give…Longevity,
steadfast commitment, working one’s way up thru
the ranks…creating something that is truly yours…
these are some of traits of really successful person. They are not as common as they once were.
Hopefully, they will be again someday.
Tad Montross is truly a remarkable man. He
is generous with his time and wisdom…and I’m
blessed to know him as a friend. It is with great
pleasure that I introduce our graduation speaker,
Mr. Tad Montross.
— Headmaster Chisholm Chandler ’11 (Hon.)
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“Thank you Chis and Michael, it is an honor to address the Class of
2012. I realize you guys are dying to take off your blazers and ties and start
celebrating, so I will be brief with my remarks.
Our eldest son, Whit, graduated from Salisbury with the Class of 2010,
and is loving the University of Colorado in Boulder. Our second son,
Scott, is seated out there with the Class of 2012. And while he doesn’t
have his diploma quite yet, I take it as a good sign that Chis asked me to
speak today, but it’s another reason I will be brief.
When Chis invited me to speak today, I was flattered but uncertain.
Upon reflection, I realized it was a wonderful opportunity to thank each
one of you, Scott’s brothers, your teachers, Chis and the Board for the opportunity to be part of the Salisbury community – I feel like a stepbrother
or second uncle in the Salisbury family.
Community is the attribute that makes Salisbury so special. I’m not implying that everyone is best friends, but there is a sense of genuine respect
and support that is pervasive. Don’t let go. Stay a part of the community.
You are probably thinking … “What is this guy talking about? I want to
pack up the car and get out of here…I’m done, I want my diploma.” But
in a divided, partisan, complex world, being a member of the Salisbury
community will be an advantage throughout your life. Nurture that
relationship. Send Director of Development Dutch Barhydt a check once
a year and, more importantly, keep in touch with your brothers. I went
to St. Paul’s School, and to this day my best friends were made in my four
years there. If I have a regret, it is that I haven’t stayed more involved, but I
have sent a check every year since 1974.
Salisbury has had a reputation as a “jock school.” A reputation which I
think is undeserved or mistaken. Yes, Salisbury sports teams have triumphed, often winning division titles that are the genesis for the reputation. The reality is that every school has access to the same students. Peter
Gilbert and the admissions team are amazing, but I don’t think the answer
is in student access or selection. I think Salisbury’s secret ingredient is
leadership. It starts with Chis and is reinforced throughout the faculty and
coaching staffs. And it is nurtured day in and day out in the classroom, the
dorm and on the playing field.
Leadership isn’t just who is elected captain of the lacrosse or football
team. It is about how one chooses to live one’s life. I’ll share a couple of
leadership attributes that I think will make you successful at whatever you
want to do.
Honesty: We all make mistakes – admitting to
them and taking responsibility for them is true
leadership.
Integrity: Your reputation is your most sacred
possession. Warren Buffett, testifying before a
Congressional hearing on the Solomon Brothers
problems back in the 1980s, explained his message
to employees, “Lose money for the firm and I will
be understanding; lose one shred of reputation and
I will be ruthless.”
He is also famous for his “New York Times”
test: Before you do something, ask yourself if you
would be okay seeing it written about on the front
page of “The New York Times” or your local paper
by a fair and knowledgeable reporter for your
friends and families to read.
But, the true test of integrity is how we act even
when we know no one else is watching.
Empathy: Listening to others and understanding their positions and actions is a critical leadership skill.
And, a piece of advice. Remember, you can
always call someone a jerk the following day. You
can also send that e-mail or text the next day. Let
your emotions subside before you react.
Pride: Be proud of your accomplishments but
never arrogant. I like to refer to it as having a
“quiet confidence.”
Commitment: The quality of the commitments you make to family, friends and the commitment you make to the aspirations in your life
will define your happiness and success.
Principles: And lastly, develop a set of principles that you live by. We can easily be overwhelmed by the sheer magnitude of data that
exists today, the complexity of many products and
choices. Having a set of fundamental principles
to rely on will help you avoid making a lot of
mistakes.
I have one simple principle that I fall back on a
lot. I won’t invest or put a transaction on Gen Re’s
balance sheet if I don’t understand it. If someone
can’t explain the risks to me in simple terms, I just
say “no thanks.” It’s really hard to say no, particularly when everyone else is doing it, but if you
don’t understand the risk, it’s the only smart thing
to do and that applies to many facets of life.
You are leaders. Be proud of your accomplishments here today and be excited about your opportunities—we are! Good luck!”
Tad, Scott ’12 and Laura Lee Montross
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“Leadership
isn’t just who is
elected captain
of the lacrosse or
football team.
It is about how
one chooses to live
one’s life.”
Franklin montross P’10, ’12
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STUDENT ADDRESS BY
SCHOOL PRESIDENT
HERBIE MAY ’12
“Good Morning. On behalf of my
brothers in the Class of 2012, I’d like to
welcome everyone to this amazing day.
For the past year, I’ve had the distinct
privilege of serving the School as student
body president. I first want to thank the
boys for putting their faith in me, and
while it is customary for the president of
the School to stand before you today, I
want to give particular thanks to my vice
president, Ryan Frazier ’12, whose leadership and partnership were critical to the
success we enjoyed this year. We’ve had
plenty of highlights and we’ve all enjoyed
tons of success at Salisbury, but we could
not have done any of this without all of
you here today. Parents, friends, faculty
and staff, we cannot thank you enough
for all you have done for us. You have
molded us into better men than when
we first arrived. Your care for us and
the sacrifices you made on our behalf,
your patience, your guidance and your
commitment to our success is something
we will carry with us always. One of the
biggest thank you’s I need to say is to my
class. Whether you are a four-year man,
or a PG who just showed up this year,
without each other, this could have been
a very long senior year. Nothing could
seem to break us, and whatever came
close only made us stronger.
When I was elected president in the
spring of our fifth form year, I asked the
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We are such a tight class and knowing that
this will be the last time we are together for a
while is definitely a saddening feeling. It is also a
great feeling knowing how close we are and knowing that the
friendships we created at this school will last forever.
boys to join me in an ambitious goal.
Over the course of my three years at
Salisbury, I had become dissatisfied with
the overall school spirit, and how we
supported one another both on and off
the field. We’d become lazy and I felt it
was affecting more than just winning and
losing. When we returned for our senior
year, I gave the boys the word “relentless”
to define us this year in everything we
did. We’d be relentless in the classroom,
on the athletic field and in the dorms.
We’d cheer for each other, we’d support
our teammates and our classmates, and
we’d instill a spirit at Salisbury that would
hopefully last well beyond today. I have
to thank everyone for a job well done.
The energy you created this year was like
no other year. When the football team
was down by a touchdown to Avon late
in the game, and their fans smelled blood
in the water, the boys responded and
picked us up and carried us to the best
win of the season. When you guys packed
a fan bus to go to Kent on a Saturday
night and out cheered the home fans so
we could survive four penalty kills and
two penalty shots to win 1-0, I knew we’d
arrived. And it just wasn’t on the field of
play. We were part of something special
and it began to flow through us in every
part of our life here on the Hilltop.
This year in my sixth form English
class we read a poem that really hit home
with me. The poem “Ulysses,” by Alfred
Lord Tennyson, is the story of Ulysses
of Ithaca and his return back to his
homeland after the Trojan War. In the
poem, there is a quote that really spoke
to me and reminded me of you boys.
That quote is, “I am a part of all that I
have met.” When I first read the quote,
I took a deep look into what it actually
meant. Ulysses had just spent 20 years of
his life at war and was adventuring back
to his homeland of Ithaca. Everyone that
he’d met along the way was a part of
him and played a part in defining him.
He had toiled through the blood, sweat
and tears, but nothing could break him,
and he learned a lesson from everything
he experienced. Now, we haven’t been
through 20 years of war, blood, sweat
or tears, but it sure feels like it, doesn’t
it? We have been through a lot as a
class, and I think I can speak for all of
us in saying that we have learned some
incredible things about ourselves as
young men. In good times and bad we
persevered, and we sit here today anxious
and ready to walk down that path.
Thinking back over this year, there
are so many memorable moments, but
there are three moments in particular
that I think truly define this year and
what we have accomplished, both as a
senior class and a school. The first is a no
brainer. This winter, Kent School came
to Salisbury for their first meeting of the
2012 hockey season. I have been to a lot
of great hockey games in my four years
here at Salisbury, but none as meaningful
and special as that one. This game was
so much different than anything I had
been a part of because we won the game
together as a community. Obviously,
the majority of credit has to go the boys
working hard out there on the ice, but
the rest of us were there as well, in full
force. Dressed in white and screaming
our hearts out until that final horn blew,
Salisbury School would be victorious
that day. At one point, we were down by
a goal in the third period, but there was
just a feeling inside all of us that we were
going to tie this game and take it into
overtime. Sure enough, the goalie from
Kent let us right back in, and the game
was tied. I had never heard the Rudd
Rink get so loud. In overtime, there
wasn’t a single person sitting, there wasn’t
a single person who wasn’t cheering, and
there wasn’t a single doubt in anyone’s
mind that we were going to win this
game. There was a point I paused a sec-
ond and just took it all in. I looked at the
boys out on the ice and they were gasping for breath, but there wasn’t anything
that was going to stop them except the
sound of the goal horn. I looked at the
boys in the stands and their determination to give our team the will to win, and
then I looked at the Kent goalie, and I
knew there was no way we were going to
lose that game. Sure enough, John Stevens scored the game winning goal one
minute into overtime. The celebration
was amazing. We celebrated as a school
that night, and it will always be a special
moment that I’ll never forget.
One of the unique things about
Salisbury School, when compared to a
day school, is that we live together and
we are a family. Unfortunately, not every
moment we experienced was as gleeful
as beating Kent in overtime. This past
year, we lost one of our Sarum brothers,
and losing a family member was one
of the hardest things I have ever had to
deal with. The toll it took on this class
and this community was tremendous.
But….the most amazing part about this
group of boys is how strong it made us,
and how we used our fallen brother as
motivation to become even closer than
before. We miss you Tiio. You were
Trustee Herb May ’83 presented his
son with his diploma at the ceremony.
an incredible person and you brought
smiles and laughs to everyone who came
in contact with you, unless of course
they played for another team. Then you
would be delivering some nasty checks
and bruises, which would sometimes
bring us pain to even watch. We know
you are watching over us today and we
know you will be walking down that
path with us today in spirit.
Finally, there is one moment that I
think truly defines our senior class and
I bet you can guess what it is…it’s right
now. This is the most special moment I
have even been a part of. This is the moment where we can sit and think about
everyone we have met, everything we
have dealt with, and everything that has
made us into the men we are at this very
moment. We are such a tight class and
knowing that this will be the last time
we are together for a while is definitely a
saddening feeling. It is also a great feeling
knowing how close we are and knowing
that the friendships we created at this
school will last forever. I’m grateful having the chance to spend these four years
together and create the amazing bond
we share.
So I would like to rewrite that quote
by Ulysses to fit us: “We are a part of
all that we have met.” Whether it was
good or bad, we are here today because
of everything we have endured. It’s been
an amazing experience and this class will
hold a special place in my heart for the
rest of my life. Loyalty and honor!”
A special chair was placed at this year’s
graduation ceremony in memory of Tiio
Adams, a member of the Class of 2012,
who passed away in January.
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MULTIPLE
COURSE AWARDS
ACADEMIC PRIZES
Tyler Aunon
Printmaking
Woodworking
Francis Craft
AP World History
Mandarin II
Christopher Hussey
Woodworking
Jazz and Rock Ensemble
Robin Lewis
VI Form English Prize
Philosophy and Religion
Physics - Honors
Nicholas Merriam
Geology
French III
Ryan Frazier ’12
COURSE AWARDS
Awarded by departments and their teachers to sixth formers who
have excelled in individual courses throughout the academic year.
Philosophy
and Religion
Art
Drawing and Painting
Steffen Herter
Ryan Frazier
Economics
Science
Anatomy
AP Economics
Zachary Pryzbek
Yong Yan Tang
AP Biology
History
Nathaniel Bubacy
History of China
Rui Tao
Philip Zielonka
AP Environmental Science
Mathematics
AP Physics
BC Calculus
Siwarak Ruangsakul
Jonathan Pieterse
Jazz History
Environmental Science
Zachary Racusin
Prize for Excellence in Writing
Jazz History
Forest Science
John Stevens
Drawing and Painting
Environmental Science
Christopher Truini
Drawing and Painting
Philosophy and Religion
Albert Rzeszutek
Yuqian Xu
Forest Science
AP Statistics
Alex Schell
Xiaotian Cao
Physics
Robert Feeney III
Music
Jazz and Rock Ensemble
Jay Haft
World Languages
Mandarin III
Roger Mittnacht
Christopher Truini ’12
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MAJOR ACADEMIC AWARDS
The Josephine Bauman Rudd Prize
The Helene K. Bracken Economics Prize
Given in memory of Josephine Bauman Rudd, English and
Reading teacher (1947-1972), and awarded to that sixth former
who, during his time at Salisbury, has shown the greatest improvement in English composition. This year’s prize was awarded to: Oliver Powers
Given through the generosity of the late Helene K. Bracken
in honor of David Carter, Class of 1994, for excellence in the
study of Economics.
The prize this year was awarded to: Patrick Mazeika
The Reifsnyder Prize The Harold Corbin Prize
Given in memory of Harold Corbin, master of English and founder of the Salisbury Summer School, this prize is awarded to that
sixth former who has demonstrated the greatest devotion to
intellectual growth in both writing and thought and a zealous
love for learning the mysteries of life through literature.
This year, the prize was awarded to: Roger Mittnacht
Given through the generosity of Peter Weeks ’68 in memory
of William A. Reifsnyder, English teacher of Shakespearean
studies from 1966 to 1971, and awarded to that sixth former
who, during his Salisbury career, best demonstrates through
writing, recitation, and research an appreciation for the works
of William Shakespeare.
This year’s prize was awarded to: Chad Goldberg
The Jones Art Prize
The Edwin C. Tappert Language Award
Given in memory of G. Lewis Jones, father of Andrew C.L.
Jones ’74, and awarded to that sixth former who by vote of
the Arts faculty has done the most to foster and enrich the
Arts at Salisbury.
The prize this year was awarded to: Christopher Truini
Given in honor of Edwin C. Tappert, senior master and Latin
and Greek teacher (1941-1974), and awarded by vote of the
Foreign Language Department to that student who has shown
the greatest proficiency in the acquisition of other languages,
modern and/or classical.
This year’s prize was awarded to: James Mauldin
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The Salisbury School community was proud to witness the presentation of the
United States Naval Academy offer of appointment to Diego Kleckner ’12.
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The James H. Bates Public Speaking Prize recipient John McCarthy ’12
EXTRACURRICULAR PRIZES
The James H. Bates Public
Speaking Prize
Awarded to the boy who displays the best public speaking
skills, this prize is given in honor of James H. Bates, Class of
1948. As a student, Jim was secretary and president of the
Advocates, the School’s public speaking honor society, in
1947 and 1948 respectively. He was voted first orator, the
School’s top public speaker, in his senior year. For over 45
years, Jim used, among his many talents, his speaking skills to
enhance the School and enrich the lives of countless young
men as an alumnus, trustee and faculty member.
This year’s prize went to: John McCarthy
The Chapel Award
Given in memory of the Rev. George Langdon, Salisbury’s
third headmaster (1942-1965), and awarded to that student
who has served others in an outstanding way through his
work on the Vestry.
This year’s award went to: R. Scott Hosley & Ryan Hamilton
The Lawrence Music Prize
Awarded in memory of Louise Harkness Lawrence (19561973), sister of Robert L. Lawrence ’71 and James Perry
Lawrence ’73. Lisa shared all too briefly her love of music
and her infectious joy and spirit.
The award this year went to: Zachary Racusin
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The Key Society Award
Awarded to that student who has led and organized the Key
Society during the academic year. The recipients this year were: Jacob Calder
& John O’Connor
The Drama Prize
Awarded each year to the member of the Salisbury community who has shown the strongest interest and talent in
dramatics.
This year’s prize went to: Yeon Sang Jung & Nickolas Falla
The Colin Conroy ’95 Outstanding
Actor Award
Given in memory of Colin Conroy to the member of the
graduating class who has demonstrated the best acting
ability.
This year, the prize was awarded to: Christopher Hussey
Investment Club Prize
Awarded to that member of the graduating class who
has shown the greatest leadership and most enthusiasm for
the Investment Club.
This year’s prizes went to: Timothy Johnson &
David Reunert
John O’Connor ’12 receives the Robert Gardner Athletic Award.
MAJOR ATHLETIC AWARDS
Garrison Miller Crimson Knight Award
Given in memory of Garrison Miller, Class of 1977, and awarded
to that member or members of the Sixth Form who through
his spirit, energy and sportsmanship has supported the entire
Salisbury School Athletic Department.
This year’s winner was: Christopher Truini
The Andy Rutledge Athletic Award was presented to Marc Biega ’12.
The Matthew B. Corkery Athletic Medal
Frank Garfield Medal
Given to those sixth formers who have made a significant contribution at the varsity level for all three seasons of their final
year at Salisbury School.
This year’s award winners were: Marc Biega, Andrew Brunson,
A.J. Carfora, Chad Goldberg, Ryan Hamilton, Nicholas
Merriam, John O’Connor & Oliver Powers
Given in honor of Frank Garfield, Salisbury’s athletic trainer and
friend from 1972 to 1989, and awarded by vote of the varsity
coaches to that student who has overcome injury and come
back to contribute to the athletic program.
The recipient this year was: James Mauldin
Joseph A. Sartori Award
Robert Gardner Athletic Award
Given in memory of Joseph Sartori, and awarded by vote of
the varsity coaches, to that student who best exemplifies Salisbury sportsmanship and cooperation.
The award this year went to: Ryan Frazier & Oliver Powers
Given in honor of Robert Gardner, science teacher and coach
from 1952 to 1989, and awarded by the varsity coaches to that
student who has shown the most satisfactory development as
an athlete during his years at Salisbury.
The award this year went to: John O’Connor
Andy Rutledge Athletic Award
Richard T. Flood, Jr. Athletic Medal
Given in memory of Andy Rutledge ’80, and awarded by
vote of the Athletic Council, to that sixth former who has
played in at least two varsity sports, and who, by his enthusiasm, sense of humor and hard work, has inspired others on
the team to greater effort.
The award this year went to: Marc Biega & A.J. Carfora
Awarded by vote of the varsity coaches to that sixth former
who has shown himself to be the best all-around athlete in
his class.
This year’s recipients were: Myles Jones & Patrick Mazeika
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GRADUATION 2012
LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE AWARDS
The Richard Fromberg Award
The Quaile Medal
In honor of Richard Fromberg, Class of 1984, this award is
determined by vote of the faculty to a sixth former who has
overcome extraordinary adversity.
This year the recipient was: James Mauldin
Given in memory of founding headmaster and his wife, the
Rev. Dr. and Mrs. George E. Quaile (1901-1934), and second
headmaster, Rev. Emerson B. Quaile, and is awarded by
vote of the faculty to that member of the graduating class
who has shown the most satisfactory development during
his Salisbury years.
The recipient this year was: Christopher Truini
The Leland Rhodes ’86 Fellowship Award
Given by the Rhodes family in memory of their son, Leland, of
the Class of 1986. Leland’s love of the outdoors was exemplary, and this award is for “character that transcends many
recognized standards.”
The recipient was: Robin Lewis
The Rev. Edwin M. Ward Prize
Established by the faculty in 1990, is awarded by vote of the
faculty to that student who exemplifies the spirit of quiet and
dedicated service to others which characterized Salisbury’s
fourth headmaster, the Rev. Edwin Ward (1965-1981).
This year’s recipient was: Nathaniel Bubacy
The Crosby Medal
Given in memory of Robert Southgate Browne Crosby by Arthur N. Sewell, and is awarded by vote of the Fifth and Sixth
Forms to that sixth former who has rendered the greatest
service to the School.
This recipient was: Ryan Frazier
Rev. Edwin Ward Prize recipient Nate Bubacy ’12
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The Founder’s Medal
Established by Salisbury’s founding headmaster, the Rev. Dr.
George E. Quaile, and is awarded by vote of the faculty to
that student who has rendered the greatest service to the
School in leadership and loyalty.
This year’s recipients were: Herbert May IV & Ryan Frazier
The Headmaster’s Medal
Awarded to the first scholar of the Sixth Form.
The recipient was: Robin Lewis
CLASS OF 2012
SIXTH FORM GIFT
Headmaster Chandler is presented with a generous check from
parent co-chairs for the Sixth Form Gift.
Parents of each graduating class come
together every year and generously contribute to the Sixth Form Fund (which
consists of donations made to the Sixth
Form Gift, the Annual Fund and other
endowed projects) in honor of their sons’
experiences at Salisbury.
The Class of 2012 Sixth Form Gift,
announced at Parents Weekend, was the
restoration and renovation of the Main
Building front entrance. In addition to
providing a welcoming front door and
lobby area that will greet prospective
families and visiting parents as well as
alumni, the project will preserve and
enhance Salisbury’s signature building.
The parents of the Class of 2012 set
an original goal of $500,000, and then
increased it to $750,000, allowing the
project to have special features, including
the highest quality materials, state-ofthe-art utilities and new and upgraded
furnishings—all of which will present
a warm Salisbury welcome to all who
enter Main.
We are pleased to announce that
they raised $844,599 overall, with
67% participation, and with additional
giving by grandparents and others, the
total amount raised for this project was
$855,699, with all contributions counting toward the For The Boys Campaign.
Salisbury is grateful to co-chairs Elizabeth
and David Brunson, parents of Andrew,
Lorraine and John Oler ’73, parents
of Brooks, and Stacy and Bob Ramos,
parents of Chris, for their leadership.
Sixth Form Gift committee members
included Jeanine Carfora, Kristen and
Mark Coe, Laura and Jay Ladd, Michelle
and Brian McCarthy, and Betsy and John
McDonald.
Thank you to all of the parents of the
Class of 2012 for their loyal commitment
to the Salisbury School community.
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GRADUATION 2012
L to R: Geoff Rossano, Tim Randall, Matt Corkery, Brent Barbato ’02, Bobby Wynne, Michelle Booth, Jeff Ruskin,
Nicole Miller, John Prochniak, Josephine Leary, Tom Isabelle and Dennis Shortelle
FACULTY AND STAFF MILESTONES
5 years of service
10 Years of Service
Michelle Booth, Alumni Office Database Manager
Brent Barbato ’02, Dean of the Class of 2015
Emily Devey, Associate Director of College Advising
Josephine Leary, Controller
Yukun Luo, Instructor in Mandarin Chinese
Nicole Miller, Assistant to the Business Office
Tim Randall, Associate Director of Admissions and Financial Aid
Tom Isabelle, Maintenance Technician
Linda Palmer, Housekeeping Supervisor
John Prochniak, Maintenance Technician
Bobby Wynne, Director of College Advising and Student Affairs
15 Years of Service
Clyde Breakell, Maintenance Technician
Jeff Ruskin, Instructor in Mathematics
20 Years of Service
Craig Summers, Manager of the Flood Athletic Center
30 Years of Service
Matt Corkery, Assistant Director of Admissions and Alumni Secretary
Ed Mullen, Instructor in Spanish
Geoff Rossano, Instructor in History
35 Years of Service
Dennis Shortelle, Instructor in History
Retiring Faculty Member
The School acknowledged Allan Bredenfoerder, who retired
after 40 years of teaching in independent schools, with the past
six spent as an instructor in mathematics at Salisbury.
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COLLEGE MATRICULATION
Congratulations to the members of the Class of 2012
as they pursue the next phase of their academic studies.
Ahmed Yousuf Alireza
Jameel Almutairi
Patrick Argentina
Tyler Aunon Brandon Bagwell
Garrison Banas
Dylan Brodie
Andrew Brunson
Nathaniel Bubacy
Brad Burnam
Tyler Burnam
Jacob Calder
Xiaotian Cao
Connor Carey
A.J. Carfora
Anthony Chammah
Chun-Fang Cheng
Jae Sung Cho
John-Philip Clippinger
Arnaud Cluzel
Lawlor Coe
Francis Craft
Lion Creel
Ligon de Vogel
Henry Dodd
Nickolas Falla
Robert Feeney
Joseph Fields
Cameron Fitch
Jeffrey Fitzsimmons
Ryan Frazier
Paul Gaglione
Michael Gillis
Theo Greenwood
Tucker Gumkowski
Jay Haft
Ryan Hamilton
Brandon Hedley
Steffen Herter
Shinichi Hirata
Scott Hosley
Christopher Hosley Larry Johnson
Timothy Johnson
Myles Jones
Lynn University
Manhattanville College
Newbury College
Georgetown University
Austin College
Stetson University
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Southern Methodist University
Nazareth College
Siena College
Siena College
Ithaca College
Carnegie Mellon University
Villanova University
Pennsylvania State University
Duke University
Lynn University
The George Washington University
University of Denver
Bates College
Miami University
Allegheny College
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Sewanee: The University of the South
Texas Christian University
Wheaton College (MA)
The George Washington University
Texas Christian University
Ithaca College
American University
Bucknell University
Furman University
University of San Diego
Siena College
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
University of Denver
Williams College
Susquehanna University
Quinnipiac University
Syracuse University
University of South Carolina
Savannah College of Art and Design
Susquehanna University
Washington College
Duke University
Yeon Sang Jung
Kwang Hyun Kim
Diego Kleckner
Ondrej Krajnak
Thomas Labadini
James Ladd
Joshua Leary
David LeBreton
Andrew Leonard
Robin Lewis
James Mauldin
Herbert May
Patrick Mazeika
John McCarthy
John McDonald
Nicholas Merriam
Wesley Middendorf
Roger Mittnacht
Scott Montross
Michael Morris
Kyle Musco
John O’Connor
Brooks Oler
Seung Hyeok Park
Jonathan Pieterse
Oliver Powers
Zachary Racusin
Christopher Ramos
David Reunert
Jacob Roometua
Joshua Roometua
Siwarak Ruangsakul
Alex Schell
Edward Seaman
William Shepley
Charles Shugrue
Robert Strife
Yong Yan Tang
Rui Tao
Brian Teague
Christopher Truini
Alexander Tuccio
Jack Williams
Yuqian Xu
Jared Zissu
University of Pennsylvania
New York University
United States Naval Academy
Skidmore College
Loyola University Maryland
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Quinnipiac University
Lake Forest College
High Point University
Colby College
Trinity University
University of Mississippi
Stetson University
High Point University
University of Richmond
University of Denver
St. Lawrence University
University of Vermont
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Johns Hopkins University
Quinnipiac University
University of Delaware
Lehigh University
New York University
Amherst College
Radford University
Emory University
Roanoke College
Marist College
Principia College
Wesleyan University
Colby College
University of Maryland
Loyola University (MD)
University of North Carolina
Roanoke College
Chapman University
University of California
University of Wisconsin
Wheaton College (MA)
Wheaton College (MA)
Seton Hall University
Roanoke College
New York University
Sewanee: The University of the South
Four boys will be entering universities in the fall of 2013: Chad Goldberg - Northeastern University; Zack Pryzbek - Brown University;
John Stevens - Northeastern University; and Philip Zielonka - Harvard University. Marc Biega is pursuing a gap year program before
going off to college.
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GATHERINGS
I
Fishers Island, New York
J
August 9, 2012
Hosted by Cindy and Woody Collins P’93, ’97 at the Fishers Island Yacht Club
Head Crew Coach Tote Smith, Tony Tremaine ’66 and Headmaster
Chisholm Chandler
Webb Campbell ’14, Charlie Isen ’14, Lion Creel ’12 and Tote Smith
Jake Harrington ’13, Chris Hansell ’10 and Brooks Robinson ’13
Ted Harrington P’13 and Ned Harvey P’07
Director of Development Dutch Barhydt presented host
Cindy Collins P’93, ’97 with a framed photograph of the
Curtis Boathouse in recognition of the Collins family’s support
of Salisbury rowing.
Tony Tremaine ’66 and Nick Spofford P’84
Visit SmugMug to view or purchase photos from
this event and other Salisbury School gatherings!
http://salisburyschool.smugmug.com
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CRIMSON KNIGHT ATHLETICS
Lacrosse Co-Champions of WNEPSLA
photo by JOseph Meehan
The 2012 Salisbury School lacrosse season started back in
March down in Kissimmee, FL, with 60 players and their
coaches working hard in the sun. After a week of three sessions a day, the team was formed and ready to take on the
tough New England West opponents. Salisbury opened the
season with two days of scrimmages, one against perennial Connecticut power Darien, and the other up at Rivers
School taking on Duxbury, Fairfield Prep and Rivers. These
scrimmages were a great way for us to identify strengths and
weaknesses and prepare for league rivals. Salisbury opened the season at neighborhood rival Berkshire
School. The game started slowly for the Knights, but were
able to pull out a 10-7 victory to start the season on the right
foot. The Knights returned home for the next four games, defeating Trinity Pawling, Brunswick, Westminster and Loomis
Chaffee during a two week stretch. The Knights took to the
road again to play local rivals Millbrook and Hotchkiss, with
the Hotchkiss contest coming down to the final seconds of the
game. Senior goaltender Nico Falla turned in an outstanding effort during the Hotchkiss game as fellow senior Tom
Labadini put home the winning goal with less than 5 seconds
left to play to secure the 11-10 victory. After the emotional Hotchkiss victory, the Knights
returned home to take on Northfield Mount Hermon, then
went on the road to play Kent and Taft. The Knights were
able to secure victory in each of these contests, bringing our
record to 10-0 entering the game with Deerfield. The Deerfield game was another incredible game for both teams, with
each school going on numerous runs throughout the game. As expected with two great teams, this game could not be
decided in regulation, and Deerfield was able to put home
the game winner in overtime. Salisbury returned home for
the final two games against Avon Old Farms and Choate
Rosemary Hall, and were able to defeat both of these fine
teams to wrap up the 2012 WNEPSLA Co-Championship. The Knights were fortunate to have a few different players
recognized by fellow NE West coaches for their outstanding
play. Tom Labadini ’12 was voted Midfielder of the Year in
NE West 1, and All-American. A.J. Carfora ’12 and Mike
Morris ’12 were voted All-American. Tyler Aunon ’12,
Myles Jones ’12, John O’Connor ‘12 and Shane Simpson ’13
were voted to the All-League team. Brad Burnam ’12 and
Ryan Hamilton ’12 were voted to the Senior All-Star team. Congratulations Crimson Knights!
Come see the Crimson Knights
in action this fall!
Visit www.salisburyschool.org/athletics
to access the on-line schedule.
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CRIMSON KNIGHT ATHLETICS
photo by JOseph Meehan
Baseball Wins Championship
The Crimson Knights captured the Western New England
Prep League Championship on Sunday, May 20, with a 6-2
win over The Gunnery. The Knights record climbed to 23-0
on the season. It is the fourth championship for the team in
the last seven years.
The Salisbury School Varsity Baseball Team started its
season with an outstanding spring training trip to Fort
Pierce, Florida. “We had 28 boys with us in Florida and
played 13 games and had 10 practices. We were able to carry
the momentum of a great trip back home with us and have a
remarkable season,” noted Head Coach John Toffey. “The
team had excellent senior leadership led by Captain Patrick
Mazeika ’12. What I am most proud of is not the fact that
we won every baseball game we played, but how well this
group of boys represented Salisbury School, played as a team,
battled through adversity and competed. The life lessons
they learned this season will be invaluable as they move on.
To finish the season 23-0 (33-0 including games in Florida)
is simply amazing. These 19 boys have developed lifelong
friendships and I know they will go on to accomplish many
more amazing feats. This season was a great example of what
can be accomplished when everyone works as a team.”
Way to go Crimson Knights!
Join alumni, parents and friends for a day on the links
full of food and drink, camaraderie and prizes!
Monday, October 15, 2012
The Country Club of Fairfield, Fairfield, CT
On-line registration is now open. Please note tournament
space is limited, so register today! For further information, call the Alumni Office at 860-435-5740 or visit:
www.salisburyschool.org/golfclassic
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The Second Annual Salisbury School Fall Golf Classic is a one-day
event that raises funds to afford deserving young men with the
opportunity to attend Salisbury School by way of two important
endowed scholarships. The Peter A. Fitzgerald ’93 Scholarship
honors the life of its namesake, a much loved classmate, friend, son
and brother. The Freedom Fund Scholarship remembers those
Salisbury community members who lost their lives on 9/11. By
remembering these lives, we can ensure that their memories and
spirit will continue on the Hilltop.
CRIMSON KNIGHT ATHLETICS
Kudos To…
Elliot Hovey ’02, who competed in the
Quadruple Sculls at the 2012 Olympic
Games in London. In 2008, he placed
13th at the Bejing Olympics in the Men’s
Double Sculls. He is a graduate of the
University of California, Berkeley, where
he rowed for the Golden Bears.
Danny Biega ’09, who has been named the 2012-2013
captain of Harvard University’s hockey team. Danny, a
first-team All-America defenseman as a junior in 20112012, was called on to lead the Crimson three seasons after
older brother Alex Biega ’10 captained the team (Alex is
currently a defenseman for the Buffalo Sabres). They are
the second set of brothers to captain the Crimson. Also an
All-New England, first-team All-ECAC Hockey, unanimous
first-team All-Ivy League and ECAC Hockey Championship
All-Tournament selection, Biega ranked second nationally
among defensemen this season with 1.03 points per game on
10 goals and 25 assists. He was named ECAC Hockey Best
Defensive Defenseman and
was the runner-up for ECAC
Hockey Player of the Year.
Harvard Coach Ted Donato and Danny Biega ’09; photo by Neil Murphy
Coty Burgess ’09, a junior
at Hobart and William Smith
Colleges, was recently honored
by the Hobart College Statesmen Athletic Association. Burgess took the top rowing award,
receiving the S. Ford Weiskittel
Crew Award as the team’s most
valuable oarsman. An oarsman
and co-captain on the Hobart
rowing team, Burgess is a member of two consecutive Liberty
Coty Burgess ’09 (center)
League Crews of the Year and
is seeking a third in 2012. He arrived on campus from Salisbury School where he learned to row under the guidance Coach Dick
Curtis and was awarded the Oarsman of the Year and the Corkery Athletic Medal in 2009. Burgess led the Hobart novice crew to
win the New York State Championship in 2010 and received the Statesman Rookie Award. His crew earned eight Liberty League
Boat of the Week Awards ... Burgess competed in the varsity four at the IRA National Championships ... Won the Liberty League
Championship by 21 seconds over the runner-up ... Helped Hobart capture the Statesmen Trophy and the Seneca Cup ... Won a
gold medal at the Head of the Fish in Saratoga, NY and finished sixth in the Collegiate Eights division at the prestigious Head of the
Charles regatta in Boston MA.
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BOSTON COLLEGE MEDIA RELATIONS
CRIMSON KNIGHT ATHLETICS
Paul Carey ’08
Paul Carey ’08, who signed a two-year, entry-level
contract with the Colorado Avalanche Hockey Club. He
will report to Colorado’s American Hockey League affiliate,
the Lake Erie Monsters. Paul capped off his college career
by helping Boston College win the 2012 NCAA Championship in April. He was also named to the Frozen Four
All-Tournament Team after scoring three goals in the Frozen
Four, including the game winner in the national title game
against Ferris State. It was Paul’s second national championship, as he also won as a sophomore at B.C. in 2010.
Francis Drolet ’09, who has been named an assistant
captain of Brown University’s 2012-2013 hockey team.
Drolet, who plays forward, has appeared in 55 career games,
including 24 in 2011-2012. He enters his final season with
five career points (3g, 2a).
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Alex Love ’10, Hobart College sophomore attackman,
was named ECAC Lacrosse League Offensive Player of the
Week April 17 and April 30. Alex was ranked fifth in the
nation and second in the ECAC in goals per game (2.92).
In addition, he scored a Division I season record of 38 goals.
He was also named to the Elite Division All-Tournament
Team at the 40th Annual Vail Lacrosse Shootout.
Alex Love ’10
SARUM STORIES
My Trip to Japan and Hong Kong:
A Journey of Service and Friendship
B y C harles C occia ’ 1 5
edited by D anielle sinclair
Read fourth former Charles Coccia’s first-hand account of his summer voyage to
Japan as a student ambassador for People to People International, an organization
founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Its purpose is to enhance
international understanding and friendship through educational, cultural and
humanitarian activities involving the exchange of ideas and experiences directly
among peoples of different countries and cultures. Upon the completion of his
service trip, Charles went on to Hong Kong to visit with Chuk Chun Chiu ’15, a
classmate and friend he made during his third form year at Salisbury. n to H ong
Kong to visit with Chuk Chun Chiu ’15, a classmate and friend he made during
his third form year at Salisbury.
Charles Coccia ’15 spent two weeks of his summer vacation traveling abroad
as a student ambassador for the service program People to People International.
His sister Carlie had already been on three trips with the organization, which offers young people the opportunity to take service excursions and attend conferences around the globe. Charles had applied for the 2012 expedition to Japan as
he noted, “I was most interested in getting to help out with the tsunami relief in
the Sendai area.”
In preparation for the tour, Charles studied about Japanese history and the
country’s culture, foods, daily life and religion.
The following is taken from travel blog entries Charles made during his adventure.
Shinagawa Station near
our Tokyo hotel.
July 1-3: Arriving in Tokyo
It was a long journey from Chicago’s
O’Hare International Airport to Tokyo.
However, I arrived safely and spent
the first two days touring the capital of
Japan as part of a group of student ambassadors. Wow, Tokyo was amazing…
everything looked so new—the cityscape
was so modern.
We went shopping on Takeshita-dori
Street, a small alley full of shops, and surprisingly many had African store owners.
I was a bit tired these first few days
as I suffered from jet lag. I dealt with it
pretty well by getting some sleep on the
airplane and a good night’s rest the first
night in Tokyo.
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July 4-5: Sendai Area
Today we departed Tokyo for the Miyagi Prefecture. Miyagi is in the central
part of Tohuko, facing the Pacific Ocean,
and contains Tohoku’s capital city, Sendai. On March 11, 2011, the coastal areas
of the city suffered catastrophic damage from a magnitude 9.0 earthquake,
which, in turn, triggered a tsunami. We
visited the Sendai Airport, which had
its first floor flooded by the tsunami.
Driving around the area near the airport,
I was completely struck by the devastation. It was really depressing to look at
just foundations of houses knowing the
area was once was a bustling neighborhood. While at the airport, we attended
a presentation by the airport’s president.
He showed us videos taken at the airport
when the tsunami hit. The videos left
me speechless because they showed the
storm carrying debris across the airport’s
runway. To me, the debris, trees and cars
all represented the life of the local people
before the tsunami, and watching all of
it float away represented how, in a matter
The devastation of last year’s tsunami was very apparent. I’m so glad we were able to assist with local clean-up
efforts. The Japanese anticipate it will take eight more
years for this area to be fully restored.
of minutes, their everyday, normal lives
were quickly washed away. The mood in
the room was very sad but was quickly
changed when we saw pictures from the
U.S. Army’s effort known as Operation
Tomodachi. Tomodachi is Japanese for
friend. The Japanese people must have
been relieved when so many American
service men and women, as well as so
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My fellow student ambassadors and I pose with the Taguchi family, our hosts.
many other people from around the
world, showed up to help them get back
on their feet by providing food and other
necessities. Our visit today was both
heart-wrenching and inspiring.
On the morning of day five, we went
to visit a local Japanese high school of
1,300 students. In size, this school was
similar to my old high school back in
Michigan, and it was four times the size
of Salisbury. While there, I had an opportunity to take part in Japanese fencing.
We also visited a classroom in session. A
reoccurring question my friends and I
received from the female students was,
“Do you have a girlfriend?” and when we
replied “no,” they would all giggle in excitement of learning we were “free” men.
We spent the afternoon at a local
newspaper in Sendai and received a
book of pictures taken of the recent
tsunami and earthquake. The head of the
newspaper shared his experience of living
through these catastrophes while trying
to publish a newspaper the next day. It
was fascinating.
July 6: Matushima
and Minami-Sanriku
Today we went to Matsushima and
took a boat tour of its harbor. The bay
contains more than 200 islands covered
in pine groves which helped to protect the
town from the tsunami. In the afternoon,
we participated in a hands-on service
project by helping some men clean up the
local beach of debris left by the tsunami.
Yes, that is right, the Japanese people are
still cleaning up debris from the earthquake and tsunami which occurred more
than a year ago! (They say the restoration and rebuilding won’t be complete
for eight more years.) One of the other
students I am traveling with found a little
teddy bear that must have belonged to a
young child. The whole experience was
very humbling. It showed how powerful
the tsunami was by how it easily twisted
and bent steel and moved tons of sand on
to the beach walk. I had really looked
forward to this part of the trip as I knew it
would be the most rewarding.
July 7: Akita—
Meeting My Host Family
Over the next few days I stayed with
four other students at a local bed and
breakfast, a “minpaku,” next to a large
ski resort. It is the residence of my home
stay family, the Taguchis. The father is
a ski instructor at the resort. I was a bit
nervous about meeting the family as I
had no prior contact with them, nor
do I speak Japanese, however, I came to
find that their daughter knows enough
English to communicate simple phrases.
It really made me feel much more at ease.
And I just kept reminding myself to take
my shoes off before entering their home,
a traditional custom in Japan.
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July 8: Akita—
A Glimpse of Daily Life
Today I felt like a true member of the
Taguchi family. Early in the day, my fellow ambassadors and I hung out together
and husked baby corn, a gift that Mr.
Taguchi had received. Later, I took their
“inu” (dog) for an hour walk near some
rice fields and around town. It was very
relaxing to hike around in nice weather
looking up at the scenic mountains and
listening to nature. In the late afternoon,
we took an “ofuro,” which is Japanese
for shower. The Taguchis explained that
they clean up before dinner, instead of
afterward, as I do in the States. After eating supper, we went outside and caught
fireflies. It was great to spend time in a
traditional Japanese house and enjoy a
“typical” day!
July 9: Akita—New Experiences
On this morning we visited the Jindai
Elementary School where we played
rock, paper, scissors and practiced Japanese calligraphy. We had Jindai curry
rice, a local specialty, and met the Jindai
Kuranger, a hero who brings smiles to
childrens’ faces. In the afternoon, we
visited a traditional miso factory and
toured the warrior class neighborhood.
This is where my friend and I ate at a
local restaurant. We had our interpreter
come and translate for us. I had ordered
beef udon and it turned out to be my
favorite meal to date. There have been so
many cool experiences on this trip!
One of my favorite meals of my entire trip,
beef udon, was prepared by this restaurant!
Husking corn with friends.
July 10: Akita—
Exploring the Culture
Drumming in hopes of bringing in
a good harvest.
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A visit to Jindai Elementary School.
The rice fields and town in Akita.
Today the student ambassadors went
to the city of Akita, where we met with
the governor. He talked about our visit
to the Akita prefecture and noted he was
glad we came to visit. We also toured
Akita International University. In the
afternoon, we returned to the area of our
home stay to perform a drumming ritual
used to bring a good harvest. Our home
“The international students
at Salisbury offer those of
us who live in the States
a friend on the other side of the
world. They allow boys to learn
about and experience other cultures.”
Charles Coccia ’15
stay families came to watch us perform,
and then we had to say “sayonara” (our
goodbyes). I felt really good when the
Taguchis said, “We are not friends, we
are family.” The day ended by eating
dinner at our traditional Japanese hotel
(where we had to wear a “yukata,” a
Japanese robe) and a visit to the public
bath house.
July 11- 12: Tokyo: Developing
an Appreciation of Culture
After zooming back to Tokyo aboard
the bullet train (which travels at speeds
up to 185 mph), I had a fun day in Tokyo and went shopping in many places.
We visited the Nakamise shopping arcade and a video game arcade with many
stores. Two additional stops included
a university, where we learned about
Japanese anime, and the Edo-Tokyo
Museum, where we learned about old
Tokyo and the Shoguns. The museum
allowed us to get hands-on with history
by exploring the life-size reconstructions
of a 15th century village.
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restaurant and enjoyed some delicious
noodles. It was fun to see how he spends
just a “regular” day and how it contrasts
to a summer day in America.
July 17: Hong Kong—Ocean Park
Chun and I had fun exploring Hong Kong.
The Nakamise shopping arcade.
Now in Hong Kong, I couldn’t wait to
try out the Mandarin Chinese I learned
at school from Mr. Luo!
July 13: Mt. Fuji
Today we experienced one of the
world’s natural wonders—Mt. Fuji. We
traveled to the fifth and sixth stations.
The Japanese call these points the
“boundary between heaven and earth”
because they lie above the clouds. We
even got to hike into one of the craters
on the mountain. I felt a little light
headed from the drastic elevation change.
July 14: Tokyo to Hong Kong
A travel day. I spent the early part of
my day shopping, as my flight to Hong
Kong didn’t leave until 6:00 p.m., and
arrived safely in Hong Kong just before
10:00 p.m. I came here to visit a friend
I made at school this year, Chuk Chun
Chiu ’15. We got to know each other
in the fall of 2011 when we both started
at Salisbury (as third formers) and I
shared my thoughts about Hong Kong
with him (I had spent part of summer
2011 there). It was interesting to get
an understanding of things from his
perspective, and it made me excited to
visit him in his home country. Chun
and his father came to pick me up from
the airport and took me back to their
house. As I was famished, they kindly
made me noodles with corn and egg in
the broth. It was surprising to see how
the apartment was set up. When compared to my home in Michigan, Chun’s
apartment had many of the same
amenities but was much more compact.
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July 15: Hong Kong—
Trying New Foods
It was my first full day here in Hong
Kong. I just got back from dinner with
Chun’s family and their friends. We had
Peking Duck and the largest shrimp I
had ever seen. At the restaurant, we had
an amazing view of Victoria Harbor and
The Bank of China building. Today
I tried at least 10 new types of food,
including egg whites, jelly fish, and
ham with noodles. Some of the food
items might be similar to what I would
eat at home, but I found it was cooked
and served differently. It certainly gave
me greater appreciation for one of the
challenges our international students
face when eating in the Dining Room
back on the Hilltop. After just 15 days, I
could not wait to get back to the United
States to have “real” American food!
Today is my last full day in Hong
Kong. I spent it visiting Ocean Park with
Chun and his sister Cheryl. Ocean Park,
one of the world’s most visited tourist
attractions, is a combination of Six Flags
and SeaWorld, with its own distinctive
Asian twist. Chun decided not to ride the
most exciting roller coaster at the park,
but Chun’s sister and I did. I had a blast.
It was a fantastic day!
July 18: Heading Home
to Michigan
I said good bye to Chun and his family
today at Hong Kong International Airport and boarded a Cathay Pacific flight
headed for home. I got to experience
many new things over these past 18 days.
I gained so much knowledge about the
Japanese people and their culture, and
received great satisfaction by helping
tsunami victims. In addition, I went to
see how one of my Sarum brothers lives
half way around the world. It was the
trip of a lifetime!
For more on People to People
International, visit: www.ptpi.org
July 16: Hong Kong—
Hanging Out With Chun ’15
Today was my second day with
Chun, and we spent most of the day by
ourselves. We visited a mall and played
arcade basketball and air hockey. Then
we went to a building that was just one
giant computer store and walked around.
We also visited the ladies market which is
a main market that sells everything from
Apple products and Nike shoes to knock
off designer belts. After spending time
shopping, we went for lunch at a small
Out and about with Chun ’15 and
his father Hing Yip Chiu.
CLASS NOTES
Faculty/Staff Notes
Class Notes
1942
Jonathan and Jessie Coulombe welcomed their daughter Phoebe on April 17,
2012. Jonathan teaches English and is the
dean of the Class of 2014 and Jessie is a
learning center instructor.
Class Agent Needed
(To learn more about this volunteer
opportunity, please contact Director of
Alumni Relations Julie Zahn at
[email protected] or 860-435-5775.)
1943
Class Agent: Dick Westcott
Bill Brobston ’32
1944
Phoebe Coulombe
1932
1945
Shawna and Keith Hudak welcomed
Mila Marie to their family on June 1, 2012.
Keith currently serves as the assistant director of dining services.
Bill Brobston, Salisbury’s oldest alumnus,
recently sent in this picture of him wearing
his Salisbury tie. He says, “I am wearing it
with all the pride that goes with a lifetime
based on Salisbury.”
1940
Class Agent: Gil Erskine
Class Agent: Ken Wood
Class Agent: Tom Harris
1946
Class Agent Needed
(To learn more about this volunteer
opportunity, please contact Director of
Alumni Relations Julie Zahn at
[email protected] or 860-435-5775.)
Gil Erskine was recently featured in
The Westchester Senior News regarding
his efforts with “Hike for Our Churches.”
He sent in a letter to the Alumni Office
mentioning he walked 5 miles and helped
raise $15,614 with 32 other hikers for “all
our places of worship.”
Keith and Shawna Hudak with baby Mila.
1941
Class Agent: Tim Tyler
Brent Barbato ’02 and Julia Hennessy
were married on July 6, 2012. Brent is the
dean of the Class of 2015 and a learning
center instructor; Julia is an instructor in
French, the director of testing and yearbook coordinator.
Tim Tyler writes in, “The For The Boys
Weekend at Salisbury was a nice experience. Other members of the ’41 class, Jim
Oblinger and Val Wilkie could not make it.
We missed them. My son John and his Class
of ’66 accepted me as one of them to make
for an enjoyable time. Thanks to Salisbury
for putting on a great celebration.”
1947
Class Agent: David Sautter
Dave Sautter writes in: “Four of our classmates attended the wonderful weekend, For
the Boys—Dick Hale, Robin Jolkovski,
Larry Schiffenhaus and me. Dick came
down from Maine with his longtime com-
Gather on the Hilltop with your
Sarum brothers at Reunion Weekend,
May 3-5, 2013. Everyone is invited back
Julia and Brent Barbato ’02
and milestone years (classes ending in 3s and
8s) will be highlighted. For more information,
call the Alumni Office at 860-435-5740 or visit
www.salisburyschool.org/reunion
The Alumni Office recently learned that
former faculty member Ned Burke and his
wife Hilary had a baby boy named William
Hawkins Burke on May 23, 2012.
Tim Tyler
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Front Row (L to R): Robert Jolkovski and Richard Hale;
Back Row (L to R): David Sautter and Laurence Schiffenhaus
panion, Sharon Bray. Robin, who is living
in Arlington, MA, brought his longtime
companion, Adrienne Landry - only this
time with the news they had married about
a month or so before the weekend! Adrienne
has been a loyal supporter of Salisbury - she
attended our 50th, 55th and 60th reunions.
Larry’s wife could not attend this year as
she was attending a family party sending
off a grandson who is joining the Navy
Seals. And my wife, Nancy, was also with
us. While we were all together, we received
the sad news our beloved classmate, Peter
Nowakoski, had died earlier that weekend.
He had suffered a stroke weeks before and
Larry had traveled to Virginia to visit with
him. We will miss his keen sense of humor
and good company. While we were at
brunch Sunday, saying our good byes and
so longs, someone said, ’Do you remember
Corbin making us memorize the Prologue
of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales?’ Walt
Bradford ’48 had joined us - and five voices
without missing a beat recited, ’Whan that
Aprill with his shoures soote, The droughte
of March hath perced to the roote . . . ’Oh,
what great memories those who graduated
sixty-five years ago still retain.”
1948
Class Agents: George Beavers and
Walt Bradford
From George Beavers: “Everybody I have
talked to is excited about the 65th reunion.”
Bill Davis still playing tennis and still
examining bugs. Walter Bradford writes
in, “Aside from some health problems my
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wife has, life in general is fine. We are going
into our 3rd year in our new home, a retirement home, and we love it. Great services
and the residents are super. Our life is as
good as it gets, two months in Florida, four
months at our ocean front summer home
and six months at our retirement home. It
really doesn’t get any better than this, we are
spoiled and we love it.”
1949
Class Agent: Merwin Haskel
1950
Class Agent: Rusty Peacock
1951
Class Agent: Stan Pinover
Stan writes in: “This summer Laurie and
I had the opportunity to catch up with a
couple of our classmates. Jane and Richard
Haskel stopped in for a visit while they
were east for a wedding in Maine. They
stayed at a mutual classmate’s home from
Yale in Essex, CT. They both seem to be
doing very well, although I want to talk to
Richard’s barber about his still-brown full
head of hair. They then visited his brother
Merwin ’49 and other friends in New York
before returning home to La Jolla, CA. We
also spent a few days in Chatham, MA, on
Cape Cod visiting Frank and Sally Doelger,
friends for many years and parents of Peter
Doelger ’77. They happen to live next
door to Nancy and Colie Yeaw. We had a
delightful dinner with them at Eastward
Ho Country Club. Colie is still very active
in town events for Chatham, helping guide
the town on finances as well as being harbor master for a few years. We found both
of them in great spirits. Please feel free to
contact me as I would welcome any information about the rest of our classmates so
we can all keep up to date with each other.
Have a healthy, safe and happy fall.”
1952
Class Agent Needed
(To learn more about this volunteer
opportunity, please contact Director of
Alumni Relations Julie Zahn at
[email protected] or 860-435-5775.)
1953
Class Agent: Ralph McDermid
1954
Class Agent: Hilary Woodhouse
Jim Becket writes: “I’ve had a busy 75th
year, directing one movie, “Serenity Farm,”
up in Washington State where I’d hoped to
meet up with Charlie Langdon, but it got
too hectic. I also climbed Kilimanjaro with
Madaraka Nyerere, Jim Becket ’54 and Jaffar
Amin at the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro.
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the son of Julius Nyerere and the son of Idi
Amin, and that’s looking like an interesting
film. Also doing one on climate change,
“Climate Warrior.” And I was in India
scouting for a documentary about Vandana
Shiva. One pleasure of the last few years
has been reconnecting with Peter and Sally
Bohlin. Peter is recognized as one of the
world’s foremost architects and I hope
you’ve had the chance to see some of his
stunning work which will more than stand
the test of time. (If you’ve been to New
York and passed the Apple Store, that’s our
Peter B.) I’ve also spoken to Henry Shrady
’55 and Bill Doolittle ’55, close friends
even before Salisbury.”
Hilary Woodhouse sent in these notes:
“Langdon Kumler wrote of his work as a
stock broker, options trader, diamond trader
and his activity as a division one soccer coach.
He also serves as budget chairman for the U.S.
Soccer Foundation. We saw Langdon back
at Salisbury for our 50th. Rose Marie Mook
noted the passing of her husband David
Mook after thirty two years of marriage. Back
in April, I talked with Graham Wood, who
asked about classmate Len Colt. I visit Len
frequently and talk about the ’good ole days.’
His spirits are good and we share a laugh or
two about our days at Salisbury. You may
recall that Len and Rosemary “Bibsy,” Len’s
wife of 55 years, met at a Salisbury - Emma
Willard dance way back when. George
Garlick called to reminisce about our fellow
classmates. George has retired from an interesting career in industrial relations and human
resources. Prior to retiring, George was a correction officer in New York State, notably at
Nat Day
Sing Sing and the women’s prison at Albion.
Dougie Nelson sent me a note. His marriage to Lori is comparable to Len’s having
lasted 53 years and counting. They have four
children (no longer qualifying for that label)
and four grandchildren. They live in Fort
Pierce on North Hutchinson Island with
the inland waterway out the back door and
the Atlantic out the front door. Doug sold
insurance during his professional career. I
hear from my old roommate (a year at the
Hilltop and four years of college), H. Stuart
Williamson often. Stu and his wife, Joan, live
in Belmont, CA. Stu retired from teaching in
the California University system and spends
his time traveling. Just this past spring, Stu
and Joan took an extended walking tour in
Spain; you can read their blog here: www.
caminowalkabout.blogspot.com and www.
caminowalkaboutplata.blogspot.com. Stu
also recommended watching the movie “The
Way.” Jim Halpin checked in to catch up on
fellow classmates. Jim’s fascinating hobby is
“hunting” for buried treasure using his metal
detector. He recently found an 1883 $5 gold
piece which is proudly worn by his daughter
as a necklace. Jim has recently been on trips
to Amsterdam, the Czech Republic and
Scotland. Since retiring from being an adjunct
professor at Roger Williams University in
2009, Helen and I have been traveling. With
two river cruises along the Rhine, a trip to
Egypt with a cruise on the Nile just six weeks
after the revolution, and a cruise last fall on
the Rhone River on a trip that started in
Nice and ended in Paris, we’re making up for
lost time. In September, we are going to St.
Petersburg to cruise to Moscow.”
1955
Class Agent Needed
(To learn more about this volunteer
opportunity, please contact Director of
Alumni Relations Julie Zahn at
[email protected] or 860-435-5775.)
1956
Class Agent: Sam Sammis
Sam writes in: “Tom Sawyer, Dave
Gaston, Rod Tilt and I are enjoying a great
summer together at Green Mountain Stock
Farm in Randolph, VT. We enjoy dinners
together especially at the beautiful Three
Stallion Inn, which adjoins the Montague
Golf Club where we have many competitive golf games. We would love for fellow
classmates to come up and join us anytime.
Spread the word!”
1957
Class Agents: Tony Hoag and Brad Ketchum
Sent in by Class Agent Brad Ketchum:
Cros Foster reports, “Things are almost
back to normal after undergoing double
knee replacement in January. I was warned
that it would take a year to heal completely,
which is proving to be about right. In any
case, I’ve been successful in ringing all
possible sympathies out of it to the point
that (wife) Sally has had enough and the
grandkids leave the room when I try for a
bit more!” Cros remains active with several
ventures, including a medical device company that he and his partners are moving
to Europe to facilitate development and
avoid further frustration with the FDA.
Tony Hoag
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“This means jobs lost here and monies
invested there because of the road blocks
our government puts in the way. It’s very
sad,” he notes. The Fosters still spend most
of the year in Eagle, CO, which, fortunately, remained far removed from all the
summer’s wildfires.
Dave Haffenreffer has dug in his heels as
chairman of an independent school dealing
with middle school students at high risk of
becoming public school dropouts. “Each student has been held back at least one year, so
with an 80% correlation between being held
back and dropping out, we are usually their
best and last hope for continuing their education and graduating from high school. The
kids have many issues preventing a successful
experience in school. We operate almost 12
months enabling them to reenter the school
systems at the age-appropriate class, which
means they must complete three years in
two. Three out of four of our kids complete
our program in two years and 80% graduate
from high school—versus 55% for the rest
of the students. It’s very rewarding work,”
says Dave. The summer found Haff and wife
Susan back again in Little Compton, RI,
“Biking actively four-to-five times a week
then plunging into landscaping and upkeep
stuff for three houses. Some of the ’grands’
were next door, so we had box seats for an
unbelievable whirlwind of activities.”
“Still climbing Katahdin, still surf-casting
in Nantucket—and still living in Orono,”
reports Brad Ketchum, summing up two
of his favorite pursuits and ongoing “relo”
challenge. Stymied by a stubborn midMaine real estate market, Brad and his
wife Lillian still aim to downsize and move
“south”—i.e., closer to Portland, saltwater,
kids and grandkids. As class scribe, Brad
notes that Team ’57, at its 55th milestone,
has 20 members spread out over 14 states,
from Maine to Arizona. “Florida claims
the largest contingent—four,” he confirms,
“thanks to Messrs. Beresford, Denison,
Dillard, and Sauter.”
Team ’57 is indebted to Tony Hoag for
stepping up as its solo standard bearer for
our 55th reunion weekend in May. (Feted
as Salisbury’s Man of the Year, Si Bunting
was on board briefly Friday night but had to
depart after the award dinner.) “The weekend
was a resounding success for Sarum,” exclaims
Tony, who kept both thumbs up while
single-handedly waving the class banner.
Our ol’ QB reports that he and his wife
Margaret have had great fun over the past
three years helping to ensure the success of a
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(L to R): Jim Dresser, Steve Parker, Dick Field and Michael Sylvester P’85
syndicate project, the Delphi Club, in Abaco
(delphi-bahamas.com). “Without shamelessly
exploiting this space by plugging our eightsuite, 18th century Bahamian plantation
house, infinity pool, endless beach, gardens,
bonefishing, brilliant cuisine, and to-kill-for
Atlantic sunrises, we assure our guests of great
mental floss,” Tony says, adding, “And we
look forward to welcoming all who belong to
the Salisbury School family.”
1958
Class Agent: Don Burkett
Class agent Don Burkett sends these
updates:
John Sheldon writes: “As previously
noted, am now in Colorado (west of Denver) near my daughter and son-in-law’s. Still
working for the St. Louis company from my
home here...and unable to unload my home
in St. Louis due to housing value melt down,
so have been renting it. Hope all is well and
hello to all of my Sarum classmates!”
John Payson writes: “Although when
time flies it increasingly gets off course, but
I figure it’s been almost 12 months since
Don Burkett and I saw each other last, so
I’ll try to stay within the last twelve months
or so. After failing to find a buyer for my
gallery, thanks to our esteemed president’s
astute handling of the national economy, I
made the decision to close up and am now
planning to have a final sale in time for next
Christmas. I spent some time trying to find
where I put the wooden rocker I bought
in Nova Scotia some years ago, but soon
found out I wasn’t quite ready to sit back
and watch the world go by our porch. As
vice chair of Citizens for Florida Arts, I attended a conference in Tampa last fall which
included a seminar on Viva Florida 500, a
statewide celebration honoring the discovery
of Florida by Ponce de Leon in 1513. Although I did not do well in mathematics at
old Sarum, I was able to discern my chosen
state of residence for the past forty years will
therefore be 500 years old since named La
Florida by old Ponce. One of the markings of said anniversary will be two mock
trials, yclept Courtroom Dramas, whereby
four different communities can lay claim to
be the inlet of choice for Ponce. Actually
it was three, St. Augustine, Ponce de Leon
inlet south of Daytona and Sebastian inlet.
However, I had heard our local historian
claim that Ponce had actually alit on Jupiter
inlet, at the south end of Jupiter Island, my
home town. So during the public commentary period, I arose and stated my wishes
to have Jupiter Island included, based upon
the findings of an historian who had perused
Ponce’s ship logs in Seville. I further went
on to claim Jupiter Island as the site of the
Fountain of Youth, as we have a large and
largely healthy population of nanogenarians, and one smart lady of 105 years. We
also have the favored nesting spots for the
great Florida sea turtles, among the oldest
creatures on earth, and none other than the
late, great commentator on life, Johnny Carson, had once stated that Jupiter Island was
where old people go to visit their grandparents. It caught the attention of the Florida
secretary of state, our head cultural officer, so
I was able to score some points, enough to
scurry home and sign up the Jupiter Island
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Historical Society and our town’s art committee, both of which are included in my
board service, as is our town’s local planning
agency. I made an impassioned pitch to our
town’s governing body and was appointed
our town’s official representative to Viva
Florida 500. Our town events next year,
under my guidance, will be involvement in
both courtroom Ddamas, “Ponce de Leon
Arrived Here!,” a talk by the British consul
general on Britain’s history in Florida, and
an all-day fiesta with a parade, a car show,
our annual Arts Recognition Day and food
from an historic cookbook published by the
University of Northwest Florida.
Not wishing to be a dull boy, I do play
some as well, and just ran my RENNtech
modified E 63 AMG in the New England
1000 car rally and have plans to run it also in
the Mountain Mille Rally in VA/WVA/ SC
in October. Last February, I took the car to
our local raceway where I was able to annoy
the proud owner of a new Ferrari 599 GTO
by sticking doggedly in his rearview mirror
around the twisties. Sadly, my long time charter fishing captain had fallen into ill health
so I bummed a ride on a private sportfishing
Merritt for our annual Stuart Light Tackle
Sailfish tournament, as well as spending a few
days on the field after quail. I will close by
saying that I’m still having trouble elucidating
certain words, especially the word ’no,’ so I
am on the Bowdoin alumni committee planning our 50th year in the Class of ’63.”
Don Burkett writes: “Am still in New
York and can’t figure out why Hawley,
Wilson, von Czoernig, Robinson, Brown,
Jenks, Knight, Quarrier, Estes and Waud
haven’t contributed to the alumni notes.
Come on guys, let’s hear from you...time is
not on our side! You guys are the best.”
1959
Class Agent: Stephen Parker
Steve Parker writes in: “The big news for
the class was the gala all alumni/parents/students weekend on May 11-13. More than a
thousand attended. Our own chairman, Mike
Sylvester, was filled with deserved pride as
the hundred million dollar campaign kick-off
dinner in the Class of 1959 Hockey Arena
displayed the pride and power of alumni
presence. Wally Johnson, eat your heart out!
The festive atmosphere was attended by Jim
Dresser, still nursing some finally successful
knee surgery, and looking forward to being
married to Laura Carlson on his precious
Mt. Riga in August (big party rumored); Ed
Glassmeyer, increasingly enthusiastic about
Sarum’s place in the secondary school world,
attending with his two handsome nephews,
both Salisbury students; Dick Field, board
member whose loyalty to the School is terrific; Dick, with that contagious deep laugh
sounds like he could still sing a wicked ’Tom
Dooley,’ no hanging of the head here! Steve
Parker also returned, awed by the new Flood
gym and Curtis Boathouse, fresh from having
his first and last book published. We talked
of the rest of you during leisurely times and
your presence and power grows with time.
Ancient stories are still the best. Think about
returning for the 55th in ’14! Other news,
athletic Seely-Brown is finally paying the
price of never knowing when to quit. Years
and years of hockey, supplanted by years and
years of snow skiing in Colorado and years
and years of tennis, water skiing and paddle
have required both hips replaced, one knee,
two rotator cuffs – he and Dresser are in
competition for the most bodily decorated.
Perhaps some of you can join the competition. I have few valiant battle scars myself.
Gary Newman is too busy being a student
to have to deal with the aches and pains and
operations that take up so much time from
some of the rest of us. He has been studying
music for the past dozen years; his group finished the B’s--Bach, Beethoven and Brahms,
studied the Baroque, Romantic and Classical
periods and gone on field trips to the great
musicians’ homes in Austria and environs. In
between, he participates in rather sophisticated book groups where one studies the content
in both Hebrew and English, and just because
in Israel, they have 28 hour days, he is now
a rabid fan of Bridge, all this while grappling
with his countrymen over the state of affairs
in his amazing neck of the woods.
Communicated with Ed Johnson; poet,
writer, sensitive thinker, active environmentalist and on the cutting edge of issues in his
Baptist Church in Noank, CT. Al Burt sent
me his book, “Cut the Strings,” a humorous
yet scientifically methodical way to research
and then live a happy life. Al lives in the
“Utopia” about which he wrote. Who would
have guessed he was such a man about town.
You would all enjoy the read; I know I did. It
has a good deal of spice as well. Behind the
scenes special agent by delegation, Lucius
Carroll keeps up with classmates from
around the country; he tracked down Fred
Hecht, who, with his wife, will not sit around
on their tushes in Cincinnati but are exploring buying a restaurant; that should keep
them abreast of all social and economic issues
and keep the heart beat going. Kirk (Trash)
Jackson, arguably the most handsome and
best preserved man in the class, still trash talks
or e-mails with Lucius; is that his secret or
is it just excellent genes? Oh well… Lucius
(claims to be badder than ever) salutes his
beautiful wife Lucie with an Olympic Gold
medal for having just celebrated 34 years of
marriage. Congratulations Lucie and Lu!
Fundraising runs in the family. Lucie just
raised more than $1 million for the Swan
Ball. Their five kids having seen the world,
have all come back to live in Nashville. No
travelling for these parents and grandparents.
John Mitchell, our most authored classmate,
has a new novel coming out in September,
“Last of the Bird People.” Should be on all our
reading lists. Only about 700 days left before
the 55th Sarum reunion. Start planning.
How many more will we get?”
1960
Class Agent: Nick Von Baillou
From Howard Baldwin: “All good here.
Hockey and film are the craziest businesses
there are but what can I do. I am stuck. Hope
all you guys are thriving. Warmest regards!”
Nico found an article (in early June) in
the “NY Times” on Concours D’Elegance
and the recent win by Henri David, believed
to be his second for restoration; Said Nico,
“We saw his Plymouth woodie at our
reunion dinner at the Davids’ - what a great
accomplishment!” Regarding Nico himself,
he reports, “I’m fine, living in Alabama on
my horse farm and will head back to Palm
Beach for the summer - too damn hot up
here, but I sure love the countryside…. great
riding and cycling up here and it puts me
centrally for the SE territory I manage for
our rapidly growing consulting business. We
do operational improvement for manufacturing companies and I am in final negotiations
on some interesting contracts. I retired from
Gather on the Hilltop with your
Sarum brothers at Reunion Weekend,
May 3-5, 2013. Everyone is invited back
and milestone years (classes ending in 3s and
8s) will be highlighted. For more information,
call the Alumni Office at 860-435-5740 or visit
www.salisburyschool.org/reunion
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the Navy after 29 years reserve service, but
still support certain activities on a volunteer
basis...the technology is rapidly changing
and so is the basic nature of warfare...we
are in for some ’interesting’ times! It was
delightful to see you all and hear some tales
of the entertainment business (Howard) and
various ventures and projects (like Henri’s
Concours d’Elegance winning cars, Hughgie’s maple syrup, Hutch’s smart sale of his
company, McCargo’s journeys thru Alaska,
etc.), Olson’s prognostications and sure look
forward to spending more time with you all
again next reunion! The notes are a great way
to keep everyone connected as we head down
a rapidly- shortening runway for final liftoff.”
John Tyers is retired from teaching high
school in San Francisco, but restless in
Bagdad by the Bay. He was planning to visit
Nico von Baillou in Palm Beach in July to
discuss new career direction and to go wild
in South Beach. For the rest--we are missing
news from many of you, especially Hutch,
McCargo, Haynes, Hughgie, St Nick, etc.
So hit the keyboard guys!”
(L-R): Jack Foley, Brewster Perkins,
Howard Baldwin, Tom Collins, Chet
Kitchings and George Hebard
1961
Class Agents: Jack Foley and
George Hebard
Jack Foley wrote in: “George Hebard
hiked the length of the Appalachian Trail
(“AT” in trail talk) in New Jersey this spring,
a mere 70 mile jaunt, in his plan to hike the
entire AT. Over the last 12 years, he has
hiked the AT in 12 of the 14 states which it
traverses. New York and Georgia remain on
his agenda.” Jack also notified the Alumni
Office that Brewster Perkins had made a
trip to Mt. Everest Base Camp. Brewster
sent in a photo and wrote, “I am standing about halfway up way Kalla Patthar at
Gorak Shep (about 17,000 feet) and behind
me in the dark triangle is Mt. Everest. The
trek to Everest Base Camp was another two
hours. I was on a 15 day trek from Lukla,
Nepal to Everest Base Camp and back to
Lukla. Total elevation hiked-33,600 feet.
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Brewster Perkins ’61
We started at 9,200 feet and went to 17.800
at Base camp, spent the night and trekked
back down to Lukla. Notice hat—Class of
1961 50th Reunion. P.S. Jack designed our
50th reunion hats.”
1962
Class Agents: Peter Barnett and
Pompey Delafield
1963
Class Agent: Virgil Shutze
Virgil wrote in, “I thoroughly enjoyed
the For the Boys Weekend and, though I
was the sole representative from the Class of
’63, I managed to have an impressively good
time with the Class of ’62 and earlier folks.
Many great laughs. I am still splitting my
time between Atlanta and Big Sky, MT, and
am enjoying retirement to its fullest. If any
classmates are reading this, please e-mail me
at [email protected] and give me your updated contact information so we can begin
planning our 50th reunion. Let’s make it a
great turnout. Best to all.”
George Findlay wrote in: “My warm
regards to all! Findlay update follows: After
Salisbury, attended Wake Forest with a
degree in Psychology. Got it right the first
time and married my current and only wife
Lucy in 1968. Entered the Air Force shortly
thereafter and served until 1994, retiring
as a Colonel. Assignments included Texas,
Oklahoma, Georgia, Florida, Thailand,
Delaware, Illinois and New Jersey. We have
two great kids (and just suffered the oldest
turning 40!). They, in turn, have blessed us
with four wonderful grandchildren. While
in the Air Force, I somehow managed a MS
in Education. We ’retired’ to Delaware in
1994, where I started an Air Force Junior
ROTC program in a local high school. In
2000, I resumed my aviation career working
as an instructor for Flight Safety International in New Castle, DE, teaching the Hawker
and Global Express business jets. I am also
a flight examiner for both the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) and European Aviation
Safety Agency (EASA). Of course, I think
of real retirement often but I’m still having
too much fun! I made the 30th reunion and
look forward to the 50th. So that’s what I’ve
been up to. I look forward to hearing about
the rest of our motley crew. Best wishes and
take care, George.”
Guy Brackenridge writes in: “After
25 years of selling financial products that
deliver more pain than reward (recently and
particularly Merrill Lynch), I am working
with housing foundations in New Orleans to
help repair the damage wrought by Katrina.
My product is steel framed housing that is
more affordable (relative to wood) and can
withstand 150 mph winds. Always looking
for like-minded citizens that want to couple
civic good with respectable profit. My favorite
Front: Mike McDermid; Back Row (L to R): David Howell, Tom Smith, Charlie
Jones, Pompey Delafield, Peter Barnett, Ed Weilick and Allen Taft
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organization is Saint Bernard Project that
has built or refurbished over 400 homes in
that period. Still married to my best friend
and have two grandsons (ages 5 and 3) that
fortunately do not look like me.”
1964
Class Agent: John Moorhead
John and Joyce Schmitz write in: “We
have six grandchildren who live near our
home in Madison, NJ. The eldest is a sophomore at Providence College and the others
are in high and middle school. All are active
in lacrosse, football and soccer. Granddad
and Nana can be found on the sidelines
attending all of the games and loving being
there. I have started a new career with Merrill Lynch in wealth management, teaming
up with two young men who recruited me.
Little did I know that one has to pass two
exams for licensing, Series 7 and 66. That
exercise almost killed me, but I did prevail
and along with an insurance license, I am
now in production. Fortunately, I am still
fishing, golfing and road biking and hoping
to get back on skies one of these years. Life
is good! Most importantly, I want to say
that I truly miss Jim Bates who was such
an important mentor to me during and
after Salisbury.”
From John Brooks: “Susie and I retired
last year. We recently returned from Boothbay Harbor, where we spent a week with
our granddaughters, ages 2 and 4. Susie is
concentrating on her tennis this summer
and I on my golf game. In September, we
head to Sicily for two weeks to celebrate our
25th anniversary.”
From Roy Thilly: “It has been a long
time since South Dorm. I still have all
original parts. I retired from WPPI Energy
last year, and Mary and I moved to Baileys
Harbor, WI, on Lake Michigan in Door
County (Cape Cod is the Door County of
the east). I do some consulting for DOE
and serve on the board that regulates the
reliability of the bulk electric system in the
U.S. and Canada - not quite as boring as it
sounds. Also am doing work for land trusts,
pulling invasives, kayaking and biking. Our
kids haven’t told us of any grandchildren.
Hope all is well.”
David Holderness writes: “It has been
so many years since John and I roomed
together over the kitchen overlooking the
wood shop. I remember it all pretty well.
Twelve or 13 of us little boys under Ed
Tappert. Thank you for making the effort to
reach me through our old friend, the Reese’s
Kid (Bob Hill). I was recently in Oregon
on the occasion of the passing of another
Salisbury boy, David Vaughan, a great and
warm hearted friend. The sad group there
was cheered by a visit from Jeff Lozier. Jeff’s
great memory and energetic personality
made our friend David’s last days brighter
and we are most grateful to him for that
contribution out of the many he made. As
he and I talked, he reminded me of some of
the funny things that happened back there
and of the people we spent those years with
and I began to understand the importance
of those memories in my own life. I had
nearly forgotten so much. It catches me at
a time when I feel particularly nostalgic for
Salisbury. I have one daughter and now two
grandchildren who are 10 and 4. I live in
Eastern Washington, close to my brother
Tim ’67, also a Salisbury alumnus, and my
brother John and sister Mary. I haven’t much
contact with any friends from Salisbury but
I’m sure it would be fun to get together and
trade stories. I make infrequent visits to the
east coast and hopefully one will coincide
with some gathering at school.”
Hugh Brown sends in: “Still playing as
much as my body allows me...golf, pickleball
has replaced tennis, biking and hiking.
Same is true with traveling. Kidney is still
holding up at 18%. Cheers to everyone!”
[Hugh explains pickleball: “It’s the big rage
in the west...played in a smaller court than
tennis with a whiffle ball and paddles.”]
Bob Hill reports that he is still living in
NYC and working for the Silver Crest Asset
Management Group. He is able to fish
almost every weekend in Montauk or a lake
in New Jersey.
John Brim reports that he is still working
for BNP Paribas, but likely on the last lap.
He loves his sailing, and recently competed
in the Newport to Bermuda sailing race. His
boat, RIMA2, was 7th over the line out of
170 boats, so he’s pretty happy about that.
Bryan Anthony checks in with “I have
nothing to report except Marilyn says I’m
playing too much golf and my grandsons are
3 years and 1 year old. Have a nice day.”
From Jay Eddy: “My biological siblings
found me last year! The photo is a reunion
in Oregon. I was conceived in Australia,
born in Chicago. Mother Australian, father
British. How about that?”
From John Moorhead: “I am traveling
alot now that I am retired. I travel to see a
granddaughter Avery (8 mos.) and grandson
James (1 1/2 years old), who live respectively
in Denver and Burlington. Additionally, I
am interested in art, so I have been to Paris,
Rome and Florence this year. The picture is
from the top of the Duomo in Florence.”
John Moorhead ’64 on a recent trip to Italy
1965
Class Agents: Peter Brower and
Jim Dickerson
John Brim ’64
Jay Eddy ’64 and family
Charles Nation wrote in: “Living in
north central Idaho. Enjoy riding Harley
Trike around the area. Will be Orofino
Rotary Club president starting July 1, 2012.”
Class Agent Jim writes in: “Believe it or
not, the Class of 1965 is already planning
on our 50th reunion in June 2015. A recent
letter about these plans to the entire class
generated a few replies and news from our
classmates, including the following.
From Stan Dodge: “We just returned
home from visiting two of our children,
Trey in L.A. and Emily in Halifax, Nova
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Scotia (she married a commander in the
Canadian Navy). Talk about bicoastal. I am
retiring from this bank as of August 31 and
looking for something part-time. My older
son, Graham (in Baltimore) and his wife
are expecting their third child in November,
which will be my fifth grandchild. I spoke
with Nick Duke, Mike Rafferty and Jeff
Lozier about two months ago and it was
great catching up with all of them.”
Bill Wheeler: ’‘There is no way I could be
that old! Please send to someone else. I suggest Dave Lebens. Got to run. I don’t want
to be late for my facelift. However, Bill did
say, ‘We will certainly save the dates in 2015
and see how many we recognize.’ I enjoyed
the 50th reunion of my 10th birthday party
with my elementary school mates on the
Hudson River near West Point. Having not
seen more than one or two since then, I was
amazed that I recognized everyone.” Bill
and his wife Wanda moved to Alabama from
Michigan almost two years ago to be closer
to Wanda’s family.
Bill Currier: “I will attend in 2015. I
promise, and so will my wife Nusrat.”
Fred Tibbitts: “Assuming I’m still among
the living, I’ll be there in 2015. Of course,
I live in Bangkok now, but that’s why they
created United Airlines. I just returned from
our fifth annual FTA Summer Dinner at the
Plaza Athenee at Bangkok, which went very
well, but as always, left me drained. Looking
forward to seeing everyone and I hope everyone is well.”
From Fred Grey: “I hope to make the
50th in 2015; I’m planning on it.”
From Robin Leech: “Don’t’ rush it; getting old fast enough already.”
News from the Dickerson household—
“Mary and I are busy, as both our daughters
Elizabeth and Annie will be married this
year. Annie’s wedding was in July and Elizabeth’s wedding will be in November. Father
of the bride twice in one year! Retirement
from Bank of America will have to wait. The
entire class should have received an updated
Gather on the Hilltop with your
Sarum brothers at Reunion Weekend,
May 3-5, 2013. Everyone is invited back
and milestone years (classes ending in 3s and
8s) will be highlighted. For more information,
call the Alumni Office at 860-435-5740 or visit
www.salisburyschool.org/reunion
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Vietor Davis and Ted Wachtmeister P’95, ’98
list of classmates with contact information.
Please reach out to your old friends, and
encourage them to attend our 50th. We all
would enjoy seeing each other again. I will
keep the class list updated, and will keep you
posted as we near our reunion date in June
of 2015. We are missing contact information from the following classmates: James
Altizer, Bill Clark, Howard, Edwin Layng,
Nathaniel Orme, Stone, Bill Swartz and
Stuart Williams. We have 52 members of
the Class of 1965, and remember and honor
those classmates who have died: Alan Belin,
Joe Boyce, Sven Fris and Emerson Sparks.”
1966
Class Agents: Mel Campbell and John Tyler
Class Agent John Tyler writes in: “It is still
August 13, albeit it is approaching Cinderella time at Salisbury. During Chis’ trip to
Denver, I was able to visit with Victor Prall
at a reception hosted by Doug Childs ’73.
Victor retired to Colorado a few years ago
from Atlanta and enjoys biking through the
hills, while his wife still works hard. Victor
is enjoying his retirement! What a hoot it
was to catch up with Bill Cronin and Tony
Tremaine at the For The Boys celebration.
Mel Campbell was supposed to be there,
but his annual harvesting of bone fish was
already scheduled. Who would want to catch
a bunch of bones? The dedication of the new
boathouse brought back memories of the
days on the water with Coach Holland yelling
’Take it up, take it up.’ I welcomed Peter
Rogers to the land of the geriatrics on his
65th birthday. Peter retired a few years ago as
president of Diners Club International. He
is enjoying spending time with his beautiful three-year-old daughter, while his wife is
working running the family’s convenience
store chain. Is there a trend here? Orlando
Lorie has left the government and returned to
the entrepreneurial world of real estate. It has
been fun to catch up with him. He would
enjoy seeing everyone, when they take their
talents to south Florida, especially if you buy a
building. This has been a special year for Ilga
and me. We welcomed our sixth grandchild
and first granddaughter in January followed
by our seventh grandchild and sixth grandson
in June. Unfortunately, three of our grandbabies moved to Africa this summer, but it
means lots of frequent flyer miles. Ok, I let
you off the hook this time, but we need news.
Send either Mel or me notes on what you are
doing or we will just make it up, regardless.
Respectfully submitted, John.”
1967
Class Agent Needed
(To learn more about this volunteer
opportunity, please contact Director of
Alumni Relations Julie Zahn at
[email protected] or 860-435-5775.)
1968
Class Agents: Bob Gunther and Ian McCurdy
1969
Class Agents: Joe Hill and Tom Lincoln
Joe Hill writes in: “I have just completed
my 38th year as a teacher and have decided
to step down from the ’9-5.’ I continue to
teach classes part-time for Virtual Learning
Academy Charter School, which is New
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enjoyed keeping in touch with Alex Walker,
who shares my real estate field as an investor.
Around our class, I have enjoyed recent gettogethers with Peter Clauson ’74, Jamie
Gerard ’79, Briggs Forelli ’82, De Forest
Howland ’78, Erik Sletteland ’74, Bill
Harris ’76, Hal Bogardus ’49 and Tony
Hoag ’57. And brief glimpses and updates
with Chris Janelli ’70 and Oliver Scholle,
Roger McKee and Robert Manice, all of
’72. The alumni network just continues to
grow and remind me of the special quality
of our common experience; seems only to
improve with time!”
1974
Class Agents: Peter Clifford, Knut Rostad
and Jeff Wheeler
Roger McKee and Ollie Scholle
Hampshire’s public distance learning high
school. I am living in Dover, NH, with my
wife, Sara, have four grown children and
now fully intend to enjoy a more flexible
lifestyle consisting of volunteerism, travel
and pursuing other hobbies and interests.”
1970
Class Agents: Chris Janelli and David Koncz
1971
Class Agent Needed
(To learn more about this volunteer
opportunity, please contact Director of
Alumni Relations Julie Zahn at
[email protected] or 860-435-5775.)
1972
Class Agent: Ollie Scholle
1973
Class Agent: John Oler
Kurt Feick writes in: “Since starting Jeep
Wheelbarrows in 2000, we have moved into
42 countries and have managed to re-invent
the wheel---barrow. With the sale of Chrysler to Fiat, we have realigned our licensing
program with Stanley Black & Decker. Look
for our newest lines of wheelbarrows, hand
trucks and carts at your favorite hardware
store in Longmeadow, MA....AW Brown.
Tom Wheeler doesn’t know it yet, but he is
going to be our biggest dealers!
John Oler writes in: “Since my last report
on activities among fellow alums in our class
and across other years, I have the following
to report. John Oler is particularly pleased
to report that his son Brooks ’12 graduated
1975
this past June after a 4-year hitch on the
Hilltop…he is off to Lehigh University in
the fall. He especially loved his crew and
squash. My connection to the School, as
you might imagine, grew much stronger
over the past four years as my wife and I
became active parents on the sidelines every
season and on the various parents’ committees – Headmaster Chis Chandler has built
a formidable team of faculty and staff! I
saw up-close and experienced directly today’s
teachers, coaches and headmaster from the
current parent angle. And, in brief over the
past four years, the School came through
with flying colors, no boosterism implied!
I was so impressed, almost made me pine
for those golden 1970s years again…but,
with the vast improvements made to the
buildings and facilities on campus, to the
curriculum and amongst the faculty, you
almost wouldn’t recognize the place! During
the recent past, I have continued to enjoy
my work with Ben Rauch, my occasional
interactions with Ace Ahrens and Mat
Kiefer – we all just seem so crazy busy, it
takes a lot to get us together! (40th Reunion
is just a year away! You will be hearing more
from me on that topic!) I always enjoy my
time with the Alex “The Cookie Man” Cook
who is an adjunct family member as godfather to our son Brooks. I also enjoyed seeing
on campus Jamie Morris (my freshman
roommate on North Dorm), now renowned
historian and biographer of the Pulitzer family. I also continue to enjoy my collaborations with Mark Segalla, who works in an
allied field (construction) to mine and with
younger alum Nick Risom ’81. I also have
Class Agent: Jim Bates
1976
Class Agents: Bill Bushing and Steve Garfield
Chad Smith writes in: “Greetings to the
Class of ’76! Spring/Summer 2012 for me
has been my usual work pattern of helping
turn Bromley Mountain from winter to
summer operations, with a trip mixed in
during April. Again, this spring, I went
to London, going to the Imperial War
Museum, science museum, National Portrait
Gallery, National Gallery, Tate and many
more. Weather was nicer than Vermont
in April, and I could see lots of activity as
London prepared for the Olympics. Back
to reality now; So, when do I replace my
current vehicle, get a new washer/dryer, have
work done on the driveway? I’ll just go play
golf and ’think’ about it!”
Bill Calfee writes in: “We continue our
life at sea, in the photo we are arriving at the
Island of Vieques, off the east end of Puerto
Rico. The lifestyle continues to be pretty
great... a wonderful learning experience... now
in addition to learning more about making
the boat move, we are delving into the more
Bill Calfee ’76
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spiritual aspects of three people living in a
space that is 38’ by 11’ (at the widest point)...
as well as living in a community that is not
a place, rather a mentality. And when we
arrive in a new county or town, we look for
ways to join them in some way other than as
tourists. For this heard of turtles (SV Sunrise),
we are really happy it has been a light Hurricane year...we have been very taken with
many so the islands that we thought would
be ’just’ a safe overnight. We are currently in
Guadeloupe anchored off a cute little town
on the NW corner: Deshaie. We are loving
the clear water, fresh baguettes, local fruits
and vegetables and the very sweet folks who
treat us like anyone else... it is out of the way
for the typical tourist... but worth making
the effort... and a beach, about 20-minute
walk away is spectacular and only had a
dozen people on the whole two miles beach.
Unfortunately, next week is supposed to be
really nice, mild weather... and we will have to
use it to sail south to Grenada... to be out of,
or almost out of, the Hurricane belt. But who
knows what island will surprise us and
have us keep testing Neptune’s patience.”
Blog: http://www.sailblogs.com/member/
beherenowii/
Peter Sanderson ’76 at the 2012
Master’s Tournament
Peter Sanderson: “Hi all, a few life
changing events in this calendar year..I
continue to be the director of athletics at the
Fessenden School, but I will retire (strange
word to use) after the summer as the director of the day camp, a position I have held
for almost 30 years now. I will soon be free
of the college tuition anchor as my youngest
will graduate next year, so it felt like the
right time to see what the rest of the educational world does with their summers. My
son Cory graduated from Bates in 2010, did
an intern year of teaching here at Fessenden,
and then got a full time teaching job (coaching, dorm parent etc.) at Hebron Academy
up in Maine. He will spend the summer as
part of the coaching staff for the U.S. Junior
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National Crew Team at their development
camp in Pittsburgh. He will be in residence
with some of the best high school rowers in
the country for about a month, culminating
with a trip to NJ for the Jr. National
Club Championships in July. My son Scott
will be a senior at Williams College and be
competing for the 4th year on their varsity
wrestling team. He is preparing to write a
senior thesis as a double major in Math and
Philosophy. He spent the summer working
for a computer software start-up that he has
evolved with over the past two years. Beyond
his software development work, he has been
involved with the cultivation of venture
capital, patent writing and other valuable
learning tools that come from a start-up
operation. Lots of great experience for a guy
still with a year to go in college. Well, I have
finally crossed off a major lifelong bucket
list item for me..I attended the Master’s
golf tournament down in the Augusta, GA,
this past April (see pic). What I’ve seen on
television all these years doesn’t hold a candle
to the real live place.... just unbelievable!!...
check that one off... playing Pebble Beach
someday has now risen to the top of the
bucket list. All the Best, Pete.”
Richard Dallett : “So far this year I’ve
shot in LA, Houston, New York, Las Vegas,
Honolulu, San Diego, Nashville, Baltimore,
San Francisco, Charlotte and Cupertino.
Scheduled: more LA, Monaco and somewhere in Thailand. Almost all of that is Food
TV. At the moment, I’m sitting home trying
to figure out how to mount a couple of sliding barn doors – one of the ’last’ things that
needs to be done to finish the interior of our
house. Yea, right. The daughter is 14, just
finished junior high, and apparently in four
or five years she’ll be less embarrassed by me.
Cheers, Richard.”
Alex Flesh: “Okay, it will be short and really good news. My prospecting and researching
side has kicked in and looks like, with some
luck and backup, I’ll have an expanded position. This involves utilizing my tax investiga-
Alex Flesh ’76 and family
tive skills and the experience I have acquired
as a legal researcher. My department has
grown, we have our own garnishment unit,
part of my unit STAX (State Tax Automated
Exchange). I will keep you updated. The
martial arts is still going, took a little time off
last spring and summer recovering from my
melanoma on my left bicep, all is good on the
flesh, pun intended. My wife got her dream
teaching position teaching art at my sons’ old
school. My daughter will be joining her at
the school. My son is off to the best catholic
prep in Toledo, OH, Saint Francis. He is an
’A’ student and extremely athletic. He takes
regular martial arts and a combat version,
which involves 3 1/2 hours on Saturdays. He
is 14, 5’10” and weighs 200 lb. and growing.
He wants to do wrestling and crew at the high
school. Should do well. Daughter is prospering and quite the artist herself. She is the
animal lover and works on weekends with her
grandmother at a sport dog rescue club. Life is
great and I hope will continue that course.”
Mark Schmidt writes in: “My wife and
oldest son have spent June and much of July
in Rio de Janeiro where he taught English
at a charter school in one of the ’favelas’ or
shantytowns that have sprung up all over the
hills above Rio. He had a great experience,
but it was quite an adjustment from his
usual existence in Fairfield County. Rio is a
great city but until very recently, it has had
significant issues with crime and corruption.
The government is moving swiftly to make
it functional for the 2014 World Cup and
the 2016 Olympics. When they left for Rio,
my younger son and I went backpacking in
the wilderness areas of Yosemite. For those of
you who have never visited a National Park
like Yosemite, I can’t recommend it enough.
Absolutely spectacular scenery and, if you’re
willing to take a short hike, you can leave the
hordes behind and explore untouched wilderness. After emerging from backcountry,
we showered for several days and then joined
my wife and son south of the border.”
Bill Bushing writes: “Hi, everyone I hope
you have all had a great summer. I spent a
few days in July in Nantucket visiting my
brother Chris ’78, his wife, Soon-Ae and their
7-year old daughter Ashley. The trip was too
short but we enjoyed great weather and did
some biking around the island. This week
I accepted a last minute invite to join three
friends on a sailing trip from Newport to
Martha’s Vineyard for two days. The weather
is looking good so I am really looking forward
to it. My son David recently graduated from
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Any leads would be appreciated!
[email protected]
1981
Class Agents: Chris Gorycki, Nick Lieder,
Bill Pollard, Scott Root and Ted Sheridan
(L to R): Richard Blum, James Lindecke, Art Judson, Sandy Middendorf P’12 and Mike Eckel
Southern Methodist and has moved back
with me to look for a job in New York. He
is looking at commercial real estate as a possibility, but is keeping his options open. He
is also interested in putting his golf experience to use in some type of sports related
field, if possible. My daughter Hillary will be
heading back to Burlington to finish courses
she needs for her UVM degree. She will also
be doing part-time work in town to help
with her living expenses. I am sure many
of you are in the situation I am in, which is
how to transition recent college graduates off
the payroll, especially in an economy where
non-paid internships seem to be the norm
for the first year. As for me, I am still doing
executive search but looking at opportunities
to get back into enterprise software sales. I
look forward to seeing some of you guys at
the next hilltop event. Best to all, Bill.”
From Steve Garfield: “Currently recovering from old age: just had my right hip
replaced last week and am home on the
mend. Fortunately all three kids are at here
to help out my wife, Alex. Our oldest,
Sasha, returns to Hartford to teach for one
more year in a magnet school, and middle
child Tucker ’09 is looking forward to his
senior year at St. Lawrence, although a little
concerned that his younger sister Emma is
following him to SLU as a freshman. All in
all, everything is going well.”
1977
Class Agents: John Coleman and
Sandy Middendorf
1978
Class Agent: Chris Bushing
“Dean Fulco RIP” – Edward Dwight
1979
Class Agent: Jamie Lineberger
Charles Cross ’15 spent three days on
Blake Swensrud’s yacht, and he sends in
this picture.
Blake Swensrud ’79 with Charles Cross ’15
Michael Gans wrote in: “Six years ago my
family moved from Germany to Switzerland.
My wife Nina, our three boys and I live
about 25 minutes outside Zurich where the
kids attend Zurich International School. I am
a part owner of the Supreme Group which
is involved in the supply for food, fuel and
the provision of a host of other services to
military and NGO customers in operational
theatres. For example, Supreme has supplied
all the food to U.S. Forces in Afghanistan
since the end of 2005. So, if any Salisbury
graduates were stationed in Afghanistan, we
delivered their steak, lobster, salad, bread
and water – but also most of their jet fuel.
Our work takes us to many of the less desirable travel destinations. Currently, we are
busy in Somalia, Southern Sudan, Western
Sudan (Darfur), the Ivory Coast, Liberia, the
Balkans and in peaceful Mongolia – to name
a few. When not working or travelling for
business, I am an avid competitor in historic
motor racing. While most of the races I
participate in are in Europe, I do make it
to Lime Rock every once in a while. For a
change of pace, this summer I’ll compete in
California at the Monterey Motor Sports Reunion at Laguna Seca, August 17-19. I keep
in touch with my classmate and fellow car
enthusiast, George Thornton quite regularly,
and can report that he works for Ford as an
engineer and is currently living in China with
his wife and two daughters.”
1982
Class Agents: Jerry Bates and Ted Smith
1980
Class Agents: Greg Cutler, Mark Hess,
Jamie Robinson and Ed Swibold
Edward Swibold and wife Susan Vial
divide their time between their historic
home in Farmington, CT, and their waterfront home in Dunnsville, VA. Ed is
employed by the State
of Connecticut as a
long-term care analyst
spending free time
photographing nature
and restoring historic
buildings. He is also
looking for a 1960s
Edward Swibold ’80 Diesel Land Rover.
The Class of ’82 had a very strong turnout for their 30th reunion with Jerry Bates,
Ted Smith, Briggs Forelli, Brian Vogt,
Gather on the Hilltop with your
Sarum brothers at Reunion Weekend,
May 3-5, 2013. Everyone is invited back
and milestone years (classes ending in 3s and
8s) will be highlighted. For more information,
call the Alumni Office at 860-435-5740 or visit
www.salisburyschool.org/reunion
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(L to R): Ben DuPont, John Faulle and Jerry Bates
Tony Cadwalader, Kip Kelly, Bryan Rich,
Jono Faville, Jay Cochran, and Ben duPont on the Hilltop. Ted commented how
sorry he was to have missed reunions past
and urges all alum to return to the Hilltop
to tour the beautiful campus and buildings
and connect with old friends. The setting
in the boathouse is a beautiful place to have
reunion and it is wonderful to see how Salisbury has changed. Jerry Bates reports that
he is now headmaster at Riverfield Country
Day School and comments that the private
school life he encountered at Salisbury has
served him well. Briggs Forelli was able to
(L to R): Charles Spofford, Dicky Riegel, Doug Hood, Brad Root,
Courtney Bartlett P’12 and Clay Baldwin
connect with Dan Sukhanetr, who is living
in India with his family and doing well. Jay
Cochran is enjoying a racing career on the
Dyson long distance racing team and started
off the 2011 season with a first place in the
American Le Mans Series LMP1 class at the
12 Hours of Sebring in March.
1983
Class Agent: Duncan Kennedy
1984
Class Agents: Clay Baldwin, Brad Root and
Charles Spofford
“Billy McNamara here, living in Santa
Monica. I’ve shifted my focus from acting
to writing and producing. I’ve sold my first
non-scripted show to National Geographic;
it will air October 2012. I’m just starting to
get into scripted TV. We will hopefully be
shooting a pilot for “The Trouble with Billy,”
a scripted TV series loosely based on my
loosely lived life. Feel free to contact me on
FB or [email protected]”
1985
Class Agents: Barry Durfee, Steve Godwin,
TJ Johnson, Jim Mullen and Bob Zabel
1986
Class Agents: Hank Alexandre and
Reed Johnston
1987
Class Agent: Smith Kennedy
1988
Class Agent: Matt Taylor
At For The Boys Weekend (L to R):
Tony Cadwalader ’82, Brian Vogt ’82,
Kip Kelly ’82 and Jay Cochran ’82.
Gather on the Hilltop with your
Sarum brothers at Reunion Weekend,
May 3-5, 2013. Everyone is invited back
and milestone years (classes ending in 3s and
8s) will be highlighted. For more information,
call the Alumni Office at 860-435-5740 or visit
www.salisburyschool.org/reunion
(L to R): Ted Clement, Kevin Coleman, Nicholas Martin, Luke Robbins and Chris Fisher
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CLASS NOTES
1989
Class Agent Needed
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opportunity, please contact Director of
Alumni Relations Julie Zahn at
[email protected] or 860-435-5775.)
Club Championship in Essex, CT. Ted
edged Jamie 3-1, all games went to tie breakers. Jamie’s son Mac was on hand to console
his Dad and congratulate his uncle.”
1994
Class Agents: Josh Mandel and Alec Raday
1990
Class Agents: Gerritt Graham
and Chris Hefter
1995
Class Agent: Chris Grinda
1996
Class Agents: Chris Brislin, Holt Haynsworth
and Tim McCaffrey
Monica and Ross McKenzie ’91
1991
Class Agents: Brady Knight and
Class Agent Holt Haynsworth was just
named the Best Photographer of Big D
(Dallas). To see some of his work, please
visit: www.haynsworthphotography.com
Bucket list item: Sim and Sally Ketchum
chalked up a Greek Isles cruise from Athens
to Istanbul this summer aboard the 360-ft.
four-masted schooner Wind Spirit. Highlights included stops at Santorini, Rhodes
Ross McKenzie
Ross McKenzie writes in: “A wedding
picture with myself and bride, Monica McKenzie, on May 13, 2012.”
Photo Credit: George Fiala
and Mykonos. The Ketchums continue to
enjoy living in Manhattan, where Sim is a
vice president at Credit Suisse and Sally was
recently appointed director of the Friends
Donor Group for the American Wing at the
Metropolitan Museum of Art.
1992
Class Agents: Kris Loomis and
Sasha Tcherevkoff
1993
Class Agent: Mike Anastasio
Jamie Childs writes in: “Former Salisbury
squash stalwarts Ted and Jamie Childs faced
off against each other in the River Athletic
1997
The Childs brothers—Jamie ’93 and
Class Agent: Fred Beck
Ted ’93—with Jamie’s son Mac
Front Row (L to R): Erik Olson, Michael Collins, Andrew Agor
and Kris Loomis; Back Row (L to R): Sasha Tcherevkoff and
Duke Mulvoy
(L to R): Eavenson Horter and Andrew Graham
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(L to R): Jonathan Connors ’98,
David Greiner ’99 and Charles Spofford ’84
on the 18th green of the Fishers Island Club.
1998
Class Agents: Drew Caprio and
Jason Indelicato
(L to R): Bryan Bendjy, Brent Barbato, Toby Atkins, Henry Forence and Jon Gilbert
1999
Class Agents: David Friedman and
David Greiner
Jon Connors ’98 and David Greiner
won a round of golf at the 2011 Fall Classic
silent auction. Notes David, “Thanks again,
Charles, for arranging everything and ordering up such a great day. Jon Connors won
the David Hasselhoff Baywatch award for
most time in the beach!”
level III in June so that could all change very
soon. Was very sorry to learn of the passing
of Carl Williams - the man was a staple on
the Hilltop. My thoughts are with his family.
Until next time, all my best to you all…”
From Rock Battistoni: “Cara and I were
married on August 12, 2011, in Manchester,
VT, at Hildene. I was glad that Wayne Tinsley ’00 was able to make it, because he has a
hectic schedule as a Los Angeles fireman, and
it was a great weekend. Currently, Cara and I
reside in New Haven, CT. Cara is a clinical
psychologist in Essex, CT, and I am working for a print and promotions company
in Branford, CT, and am also the assistant
basketball coach at Cheshire Academy.”
The wedding of Heidi and Jack Tillotson ’00
2000
Class Agents: Gunnar Heinrich and Jim
Panczykowski
From Jack Tillotson: “Well­—I graduated with my MBA from the University of
Portland in the spring of 2009. Since then,
I have been working for Phillips & Co.
Wealth Management in Portland, OR. My
wife, Heidi Levavuo- Tillotson, who recently
moved to Portland from Helsinki, Finland,
and I were wed August 27, 2010.”
From Kevin Grady: “I left Bank of America last June for JPMorgan Chase, and each
day since has been further confirmation that
I made the right move. Plus, I get to chat on
office communicator with Bryan Bendjy
from time to time, so I got that going for
me, which is nice...Still living in Hoboken
and no kids yet, but the Mrs. is taking CFA
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Cara and Rock Battisoni ’00 with
Wayne Tinsley ’00
Jim Panczykowski reports: “Earlier this
summer I had the pleasure of joining classmate Andreas Boye at his bachelor party in
NYC. For a couple of Salisbury boys we kept
things rather tame by taking on a Yankees
game (not easy for a Red Sox fan….), enjoying a nice dinner on the town and partaking in only a modest amount of revelry.
On another note, it was great to have seen
everyone up on the Hilltop back in May at
the For The Boys Weekend. The School did
a fabulous job with the event!”
2001
Class Agents: Will Faison, Pete Gross, Jim
Keogh, Jim Long, Dave Sandals, Cris
Sigovitch and Parker Young
Pete Gross writes in: “See Web site:
http://insidelacrosse.com/news/2012/07/22/
comlaxcom-powerball-full-moneyballdivision-report; Brodie Merrill put together
and coached the team in the article and won.
Earnings went to Kyle Miller as you will
read. Kyle Miller is still battling hard and has
more Beat It gear people can purchase on his
Web site to help support him in his battle.
Visit: http://www.kylemiller35.com/BEATIT.html; Kyle has also recently got engaged
to his girlfriend.” Peter Baiocco got married
this summer. He is living in Fairfield, CT,
with his wife Leah, with whom he works.
Peter is a partner at Daversa Partners, an
executive recruiting firm with a primary
focus on tech and social media firms. Thom
McHugh is living Seattle, WA, loving the
northwest lifestyle. He is working for Amazon.com. Otto Wolff is moving to Hawaii to
pursue his creative goal as an artist. My wife
and I welcomed in our second child with the
birth of our son, Matthew Allen Gross, in
February. I am partners with my father working at Williamson, Picket, Gross, Inc., our
commercial real estate firm in Manhattan.
Dave Belardino got married in July.
Garrett Crosland is currently living in
Little Rock, AR, and is now corporate pilot
flying all over the U.S. In his free time, he
started and ran the first youth lacrosse league
in Central Arkansas with a group called
Life CHAMPS, which has grown to about
125 kids in its second year. Garrett was a
volunteer assistant coach at Hendrix College,
CLASS NOTES
a small DIII school, in the spring of 2011,
where they won their first NCAA game after
three seasons having never won a game. He’s
pretty much just loving life and the job.
Will Faison writes: “Still living in London, been five years now, working in finance.
Skiing in the Alps and Canada in the winter
and running and cycling in the summer,
hoping to do a triathlon soon. Was a groomsman at Parker Young’s wedding in June;
great weekend and congratulations to he and
wife Annesley. Also got a chance to catch up
with Daniel Wood, who was at the wedding
as well. Very proud of Lane Faison’s ’04
achievements, currently finishing his degree
at The University of Colorado after serving
four years in the Marine Corps, including
two tours in Afghanistan. He achieved the
rank of Sergeant in the Third Battallion/
Fourth Marines, and I am truly grateful to
his and his fellow comrades’ service.”
2002
Class Agents: Toby Atkins, Bryan Bendjy
and Colin Griggs
2003
Class Agent Needed
(To learn more about this volunteer
opportunity, please contact Director of
Alumni Relations Julie Zahn at
[email protected] or 860-435-5775.)
Caddy Brooks, Wells Ross and George Magovern
2004
Class Agents: Ted Ahrens, Travis Clark and
Ned Corkery
Ned Corkery ’04 (Hon.) has published
his first book in March titled “Ned Corkery.”
This book of short stories and poems talks
about his life on the Hilltop and people
who are dear to him. For more information
on how you can purchase a copy of “Ned
Corkery,” please visit Amazon.com. Ned was
also a World Poetry Semi-Finalist, a poetry
contest out of Oregon – and won Honorable
Mention for his September 11th piece.
Travis Clark married Katharine Brunson,
in Dallas on June 23, 2012. Salisbury was
well represented at the festivities! Classmates
Colin Keogh, Cary Wasserman and Gordon
Getsinger were ushers along with brother of
the bride, Andrew Brunson ’12. Joining in
the celebration were James Lawrence ’73 and
Jon Richards ’11. Travis is a geologist with
Dynamic Production, Inc. of Fort Worth.
2005
Class Agents: Stephen Brooks, Jake Fields,
Blake Hollinger, Justin HoShue, Andrew
O’Donnell and Wells Ross
Wells Ross writes in: “I’m living here in
NYC, working hard in the corporate health
insurance industry, but still finding time to
get together with a few Salisbury guys for
drinks on the weekends.”
2006
Class Agent Needed
(To learn more about this volunteer
opportunity, please contact Director of
Alumni Relations Julie Zahn at
[email protected] or 860-435-5775.)
Gordon Getsinger ’04, Alejandro Canet ’07
Zach Zimmerman married Sarah Becker
in Huntington, NY, on March 18, 2012.
Zach is in the process of finishing his associ-
and Colin Keogh ’04 at the Edgartown Yacht
Ted Ahrens ’04 and Caroline (Fe) Grumbine
Club 4th of July dance.
married June 23 on Fishers Island.
The wedding of Katharine and Travis Clark ’04 (L to R): Gordon Getsinger ’04, Travis
Salisbury reunion in North Carolina (L-R):
Clark, ’04, Katharine Brunson Clark, Perry Lawrence ’73, Jon Richards ’11, Andrew
Tyler Quinn ’05, Connor Cunningham ’10
Brunson ’12, Cary Wasserman ’04 and Colin Keogh ’04.
and Jeremiah Cunningham ’06
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2009
Class Agent: Stefan Merriam
2010
Class Agent: Chris Hansell
The Alumni Office recently received news
that Ryan McKenna, who is currently at
Franklin & Marshall, will be captaining the
cycling team next year (ranked ninth in the
eastern conference). Along with his teammates, Ryan helped raise money for the wife
of a sponsor/mentor who has a rare form of
leukemia, by riding in a 24-hour fundraising
ride, which was 13.5 hours straight.
(L to R): Jon Petersen, Patrick Powers, Will Harris, Ashton Harvey and Luke Esselen
ates degree in Business at Montgomery College in MD, and Sarah is currently studying
Law at University of Baltimore.
Woody Rutter ’98 (Hon.) met up with
Karolis Kucinskas ’11 and Patrick Marks ’11
on a recent trip to Lithuania.
Alejandro Canet ’07, Alex Daigh ’03, Belton
Jun Ha Lee ’08 recently received the
Baker ’07 and Charlie Callahan ’04 at the
University of Illinois Senior 100 Honorary
2011
Piping Rock Club participating in the 4th of
Award.
Class Agents: Gabe Antoni and
Chris Garibaldi
July Liberty Bell Soft Ball Tournament.
sity in 2011 and is currently studying for his
Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering at MIT.
2007
Class Agents: Luke Esselen and
Patrick Powers
Thank you, Class Agent Patrick Powers
’07 for arranging a gathering at Dorrian’s on
Friday in NYC!
Nopphon Weeranoppanant writes in
that he graduated from Columbia Univer-
A Class of 2007 gathering (L to R): Ben Ketchum, Luke Mesnard, Alex Canet, Belton Baker, Patrick Powers, John Peterson,
Caldy Whitridge ’05 and Drew Wyman (kneeling).
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2008
Class Agent: Alex Holder
Jun Ha Lee reports: “In May, I received
a Senior 100 Honorary Award given by the
University of Illinois Alumni Association.
More than 10 professors at the U of I review
candidates and elect only 100 seniors who
are graduating this spring. Considering the
size of school and the number of graduating students at the University of Illinois,
this award is pretty competitive, especially
for international students like me. Students’
names will be engraved forever on the building of the alumni center of the University of
Illinois along with their achievements. You
can see my name and more detail about the
award here: www.uiaa.org/illinois/honors/
senior100.html”
2012
Class Agents: Nico Falla and David Reunert
Congratulations Class of 2012 and newly
elected Class Agents Nico Falla and David
Reunert.
Ryan McKenna ’10 pictured far right.
Lion Creel ’12 shared this photo taken at his
house in Millbrook, NY, the day after graduation.
IN MEMORIAM
In Memoriam
Salisbury School wishes to express its sincere condolences to all family and friends of the deceased.
Faculty
Dr. Peter Gott, who served as medical
director in the 1970s through the mid1980s, died June 13, 2012, at his home
following a six-year battle with Parkinson’s disease. He was a 1957 graduate of
Princeton University, where he completed
a postgraduate course in psychology before
receiving his medical degree at Tulane
University. He interned at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City and completed his
residency in internal medicine at St. Luke’s
Hospital (NY). Dr. Gott was a member of
the Connecticut State Medical Society and a
former chief of staff at Sharon Hospital. He
leaves his sons Benjamin, Christopher and
Geoffrey, his granddaughter Morgan, his
stepdaughter Beth Waitkus and two brothers, Rodney and Alan.
1947
Peter Nowakoski, a Korean War Navy
veteran, passed away in May 2012. He
was a retired chief executive officer of Sheffield Communications Inc., and husband
of Virginia “Gini” Burton Nowakoski.
Peter was a former member of the Salisbury
School Board of Trustees.
1951
Edwin Goddard passed away November 24, 2011. He is survived by his wife,
Juanita; sons, Robert, David, and Charles;
seven grandchildren; and three greatgrandchildren.
1952
Jeremy Davis passed away on June 21,
2012. He leaves behind his wife Helen.
Jeremy was a cousin of the late Natalie S.
Gardner, wife of former Instructor in Science Robert Gardner.
1954
David Mook, who leaves behind his
wife of 32 years, Rose Marie.
1995
William John Hein ’62, P’92
1962
William John Hein, III ’62, P’92
passed away on April 1, 2012 after a
15-month battle with pancreatic cancer. He
was surrounded by loving family members
at his home in Jupiter, FL, where he retired
to in 2005. John attended Salisbury at a post
graduate in 1961-1962 and played football,
basketball and baseball before enrolling at
Colgate University and later graduating from
Jamestown College in North Dakota. He
began his career as an English teacher and
a coach at St. Paul’s School in Garden City,
NY, where he attended prior to coming to
Salisbury. Though it was a brief chapter in
his education, Salisbury held a special place
for John, especially since his son Jamey
later attended from 1988-1992. In 1975,
he made a career change and entered the
oil industry and spent five years working for Coastal States Oil in Houston. In
1982, John became an oil broker with A.E.
Bruggemann Co. in Rowayton, CT, where
successfully worked until his retirement.
1978
Dean Fulco passed away on April 29,
2012. Born in Sharon, CT, on October 11,
1960, the son of Richard Fulco of Pittsfield
and Karen Monroe Fulco of Lenox, he
attended the former Cranwell School in
Lenox until it closed and then transferred
to Salisbury School and graduated from
Bowdoin College in 1983. Dean had owned
and operated Fulco Painting for twenty five
years. He had previously worked on the Options Exchange on the West Coast. He was a
master gardener, a member of the Richmond
Board of Health, a beekeeper, an athlete, a
scholar and a true outdoors man. Dean is
survived by his wife, Deb Hoellerich.
Stephen J. Fukes II passed away on
March 26, 2012. Steve was educated at
Whitesboro High School, Salisbury School,
R.P.I. and R.I.T. He was formerly married
to Kristy Phelan. Stephen was employed in
pharmaceutical sales, and currently with his
family’s business, George’s Farm Products.
A gifted athlete, Steve excelled in hockey,
where he won numerous awards throughout
his years playing a sport he loved. He also
enjoyed outdoor sports, particularly playing
a round of golf with friends. He is survived
by his mother Sandie and two siblings. He
was predeceased by his father Steve.
Major Thomas E. Kennedy ’96
1996
Major Thomas E. Kennedy was killed
in action while serving in Afghanistan. A
statement issued by the family read, “On
Wednesday, August 8, 2012, our family
lost a son, a brother, a husband, a father, an
uncle, a godfather, a cousin and a friend in
Afghanistan. Our country lost an outstanding officer, a decorated war hero and a true
patriot, one who gave his life for his country
and the freedoms we so often take for granted. We are grief stricken and heartbroken,
yet humbled and grateful for the overwhelming showering of support we have received
from all the lives our hero touched.”
The funeral was held with full honors and
full processional at the USMA Cadet Chapel
at West Point. At the service, a colleague of
TK’s, Colonel Joe DeAntona, brigade tacti-
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IN MEMORIAM
cal officer, delivered remarks, an excerpt of
which is offered below.
To read Col. DeAntona’s full eulogy,
The “In Memoriam” section is
please visit: www.salisburyschool.org/
compiled from national listings
Major-Thomas-Kennedy-96
and notices from family members
and friends of alumni. It includes
“…A veteran artilleryman with 12 years of
commissioned service, Major Kennedy already
served a most impressive career including two
tours in Iraq, one in Korea, Fort Lewis Washington and Fort Sill Oklahoma, and service
with the 82nd Airborne Division and most
recently with the 4th Infantry Division.
When you compliment this phenomenal operational experience with his exemplary service
here at West Point as a tactical officer, it’s pretty
clear the U.S. Army knew we had a special
leader named Tom Kennedy.
I had the privilege of serving with TK while
he served as the Brigade Tactical Department’s
executive officer. I won’t try to list all of Tom’s
duties but maybe you can visualize this: It takes
a brigadier general, a colonel, four lieutenant colonels and 36 captains and majors to
COMMAND the Corps of Cadets but it took
one major, Tom Kennedy, to RUN the Corps
of Cadets.
Tom’s skills, expertise, personality and
demeanor were unmatched.
I stand before you today and testify that I
have never, and I mean NEVER.... Known
a man who could build bridges and establish
strong relationships with every person and
organization he needed... in order to run the
Corps of Cadets.
…TK loved his soldiers and his cadets
and they loved him. He inspired them, and
pushed them to achieve more than they ever
thought they could because he truly believed
in them and worked every day to bring out
the best in them.
One’s time on earth is often measured by
number of years lived. I submit to you that
number of people positively influenced in a
lifetime is a better measurement. Tom Kennedy positively influenced more people in his
35 years than most people who live twice that
long.
…Major Thomas Elliot Kennedy,
Your work is done.
Your course on Earth is run,
WELL DONE...
Be thou at Peace.
Tom leaves behind his wife Kami and two
children, his parents George and Patricia,
and brothers John ’89 and George ’93.
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only the deaths reported to us
since the previous issue of the
Salisbury Magazine. Please send
information to: Alumni Office,
Salisbury School, 251 Canaan
Road, Salisbury, CT 06068 or
2005
Alexander Caldwell Whitridge passed
away on August 5, 2012. Caldy, as he
was known, died after losing control of a
pickup truck he was driving during a weekend visit at home. A graduate of Salisbury
School and the University of Denver, he
was an employee of the Kaufman Organization real estate firm in New York. He
is remembered for his uncanny ability to
draw people together through participation in events ranging from the Pan-Mass
Challenge bicycling fundraiser to the
deployment of an outsized potato gun.
“Caldy did everything from his heart, and
created so much joy to everyone around
him,” said Addison Delk, a University of
Denver classmate. “For the rest of my life I
will strive to be to other people what Caldy
was to me: the perfect friend.” Classmate
Cooper Stuart ’05 spoke at his memorial
service. Caldy is survived by his parents
Frederick and Serena Whitridge, his sister
Serena and his brothers, George ’08 and
Morgan. He was a nephew of Thomas
Whitridge ’71. A fund named for him
has been created to support sabbaticals for
faculty at Salisbury School. Donations may
be made to Salisbury School, attention The
Alexander Caldwell Whitridge Sabbatical
Fund, 251 Canaan Road, Salisbury, CT
06068. “While Caldy was at Salisbury, the
faculty and students were far more important to him than the bricks and mortar,”
said his father Frederick Whitridge. “He
would have liked the idea of faculty members being able to recharge their batteries.”
[email protected]
IN MEMORIAM
Salisbury Mourns the Passing of Ann Corkery
The school community was heartbroken over the passing of Ann Corkery on July
31, 2012, after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Ann and her husband Matt,
assistant director of admissions and alumni secretary, began their careers at Salisbury 30
years ago in the fall of 1982. Ann loyally served the School in various roles during that
time including coordinator of alumni/development events and, most recently, as assistant
librarian and archivist.
Headmaster Chandler notes, “We are devastated by the loss of Ann. Her commitment
to the school community, the boys and her colleagues was remarkable. As a dorm parent
for so many years, Ann’s generosity and spirit drew throngs of boys to the Corkery home,
and during the Centennial Campaign in the late 1990s, Ann played a key role in producing
celebratory events for alumni, parents, students and friends of the School. She was a bright
and capable colleague who made a difference in the life of the School by bringing people
together. She will be sorely missed by all.”
Ann is survived by her husband Matt and their children, Molly (Corkery) Gabarro and
son-in-law Seth Gabarro, Ned ’04 (Hon.) and Hannah.
Following is a tribute to Ann from longtime friend and former Salisbury headmaster,
Richard T. Flood Jr.
U
“Her commitment
to the school
community, the boys
and her colleagues
was remarkable...
She was a bright and capable
colleague who made a difference
in the life of the School by
bringing people together. She
will be sorely missed by all.”
Headmaster Chisholm Chandler ’11 (Hon.)
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IN MEMORIAM
Early Tuesday morning, July 31,
Salisbury lost one of its dearest and most
devoted family members, Ann Minkel
Corkery. For the past twenty-one months,
Annie, supported by her immediate family, countless friends and an entire school
community, fought the most valiant fight
against her unforgiving illness. To her
final days, she never gave up and ever
so warmly and cheerfully welcomed the
outpouring of love and friendship which
constantly surrounded her.
Before paying tribute to a woman who
so unselfishly and humbly led her family
and served her school, singular recognition
should be directed to husband Matt and
children Molly, Ned and Hannah. From
the outset of Annie’s illness to her days in
hospice care, Matt set an unparalleled
standard of positive support, cheerfulness,
devotion and love which surrounded Annie and lifted an entire community. His
lifting spirit, warmth and daily strength
carried everyone who knew and loved his
wife. Matt truly set the highest possible
standard as a husband, father and friend,
never to be forgotten. There are so many indelible and lasting
stories, reflections and qualities which
define the life of Ann Corkery. A Milton
Academy graduate who continued her
education at Holy Cross, Annie held on
to strong eastern Massachusetts roots. Her
home life was divided between Milton and
Cape Cod where she and Matt were married. School life first called the Corkerys to
Kents Hill School in Maine before settling
into the Berkshires and taking permanent
residence at Salisbury School in 1982. As
the Corkery family settled on the Hilltop
and extended their family membership to
five with the arrivals of Molly, Ned and
Hannah, Annie balanced her life between
the home front and all the unwritten but
traditional responsibilities of a faculty wife.
The Corkery family quickly became highly
popular and respected, as class after class
befriended mother, father and children.
Salisbury students’ birthdays were highlighted by a Corkery cake which would
arrive in the dormitory following study
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hall. They all understood, bought into and
thrived in school life.
As Salisbury School approached its
Centennial Celebration, a new professional calling reached out to Annie. This
historic moment required a point person
to orchestrate and oversee the multitude
of events which would honor the School’s
first one hundred years. She was appointed
event coordinator to “run the show.” The
School was soon to experience a spectacular
surprise and treat!
The early preparatory planning began
in the mid-1990s and Annie seized this
professional opportunity quickly shifting
and elevating her life to a new gear. In
remarkably short order, it became increasingly clear that during the Corkery’s time
on the Hilltop, the event coordinator
had befriended and connected to decades
of Salisbury graduates and families
throughout the country and around the
world. Her job was to introduce the
Forever Salisbury vision through promotions, “Salisbury At One Hundred” and
events culminating in 2000 – 2001, the
Centennial Celebration year.
What a year Salisbury lived honoring the
School’s first century. As word spread and
celebrations took place, Annie set each stage,
promoted the moment and most successfully
brought hundreds of Salisbury friends together around the world. Each event owned
her preparation, organization and ultimate
celebration. Never had the Salisbury story
been enjoyed by so many!
Of greatest importance to appreciate and
understand about Ann Corkery’s incredibly
successful stewardship of Salisbury’s Centennial Celebration, is her management and
execution of each singular event. Ever so deliberately and carefully, she worked behind
the stage, never in front. Her understated
work ethic gained increasing respect and
confidence as events unfolded. Never was
she looking for credit or attention, it was
the outcome which counted for her. In the
current chapters of school history, no single
person holds a greater understanding and
knowledge of the entire Salisbury family.
Annie was a voice, a face and a friend who
will remain in the core of Salisbury hearts
and minds.
Following the historic success of the Centennial, Annie’s final Salisbury chapter was
written in the library while settling back
into the role of loyal faculty wife and leader
of the Corkery home front. Her greatest
comfort placed her in the background, helping others while never missing a trick in the
day-to-day life of the School. Gallantly, she
remained razor sharp in her humor and
uncanny observations. As her battle with
her illness intensified, her presence and
course of action never changed. Fighting
the good fight to the limit of her strength
and abilities, Annie continued to live as the
solid, understated, selfless wife, mother and
friend to us all.
Ann Corkery’s mark at Salisbury School
will live on and her giving, warm, witty,
wise memorable gifts will continue to be
shared and enjoyed. Her immediate family
is the primary beneficiary. How fortunate
Matt, Molly, Ned and Hannah will be
and equally so will be all of us who Annie
generously welcomed into her life.
ANNUAL REPORT
From the Chair of the Development Committee, Board of Trustees
Against the backdrop of a still fragile
economy, Salisbury alumni, parents,
grandparents, faculty, staff and friends
came together in 2011-2012 to again lift
Salisbury’s Annual Fund to new heights and
to help secure Salisbury’s financial future with
generous gifts to the Annual Fund, as well as
significant leadership and deferred gifts.
For the fourth time in five years, Salisbury’s unrestricted
Annual Fund grew over the previous year while setting a new
benchmark for Annual Fund results in each of those years. I am
pleased to report that for the fiscal year ending on June 30, 2012,
the unrestricted Annual Fund closed at $1,752,096, up from
$1,672,963 on June 30, 2011. I cannot emphasize enough how
grateful we are to each and every person who made a gift to the
Annual Fund during these twelve months. The Annual Fund is an
essential component of the School’s operating budget, and your
gifts directly impact each student and each faculty member on
the Hilltop on a daily basis. On behalf of the 305 boys and the 65
women and men who teach and coach them, thank you!
In addition to the Annual Fund, generous benefactors
supported Salisbury in many ways. In this issue of the Salisbury
Magazine, you will read about two leadership gifts and a deferred
gift that will all impact Salisbury boys long into the future. The
deferred gift, a bequest intention from Henri P. Junod Jr. in
memory of his father, Henri P. Junod ’17, will add to the endowed
scholarship fund that Henri has started in memory of his father.
The first leadership gift profiled will provide financial aid to a
boy with an interest in music (the John Morris ’84 Endowed
Scholarship) and the second has provided the School with a new
Vespoli eight-man shell for the Salisbury Rowing Program. The
latter gift was funded by the family and friends of Stephen J.
Meszkat ’02, whose life was tragically cut short. Please do read
these stories and profiles, and get to know the names and the
families behind these gifts, and why they have chosen to support
Salisbury in such meaningful ways.
The Sixth Form Gift continues to be a wonderful Salisbury
tradition, and a very meaningful way to advance the School. The
parents and grandparents of this year’s graduating class of 2012
raised $855,699 in gifts and pledges to fund the renovation and
restoration of Main’s front entrance and the Admissions lobby,
freshening and preserving this important space, which is truly the
School’s “front door.” Trustee Anne Harris, on behalf of the Harris
Family, has made a leadership gift in support of this wonderful
project to provide for the refurbishment of the main lobby and
adjacent offices and hallways. Admissions families, current students
and their families, and returning alumni will begin enjoying this
space early this fall.
Altogether, total giving to Salisbury in the 2011-2012 fiscal
year was $7,614,989. To each individual and each family who
chose to support Salisbury last year, please accept the Board’s
deep appreciation on behalf of each student and each dedicated
member of the Salisbury faculty. Our ongoing mission is an
ambitious one and it takes all of us, together, to make this
mission come to life and to thrive.
I hope that you had an opportunity to be present for part or all
of the For The Boys Weekend this past May. Amidst beautiful
weather, and with more than 1,000 students, parents and alumni
present, we dedicated the boathouse and the Wachtmeister-Bates
Math and Science Building, learned from students, faculty and
alumni during informative and educational panels, honored Si
Bunting ’57 with the Salisbury Medal, and launched the public
phase of the For The Boys Campaign with a dinner for 475 in the
Class of ’59 Hockey Arena in the Flood Athletic Center. During
that dinner, we premiered “Salisbury Stories,” a twelve minute film
that features a handful of Salisbury boys telling why Salisbury is
such an important part of their lives. While this letter details the
dollars raised by our community, these stories tell eloquently why it
is so important that we all support this wonderful school.
As we begin the 2012-2013 fiscal year, I would like to thank you
once again for your contributions last year. I would also like to ask
you to begin considering your role in the For The Boys Campaign.
Over the next 18 months, Chis, Dutch and the entire Alumni and
Development Office, as well as alumni and parent volunteers, will
be focused on engaging alumni, parents, grandparents and friends
in the final push toward our campaign goal of $105,000,000. We
have achieved $90,800,000 in gifts and pledges to date, but we
cannot and will not rest. Please welcome these ambassadors of the
School, and please consider how you can make your best mark on
the campaign – For The Boys! Thank you!
Very sincerely,
Richard E. Riegel ’84, Trustee
Chair, Development Committee
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2011-2012 Summary of Gifts
ANNUAL FUND
Alumni/Trustee/Emeritus Trustee
Current Parents
$ 1,030,268
$ 240,946
Faculty Staff
$ 9,590
Past Parents, Past Grandparents, Grandparents, Friends,
Former Faculty, Staff and Students
Foundations, Corporations and Matching Gift Corporations
Total Unrestricted
Restricted Current Use
TOTAL ANNUAL FUND
$ 153,856
$ 317,436
$ 1,752,096
$ 272,952
$2,025,048
CAPITAL / ENDOWMENT
Sixth Form Gift
$ 855,699
Capital / Endowment TOTAL CAPITAL / ENDOWMENT
$ 3,516,742
$ 4,372,441
OTHER
Planned Gifts Created
$ 679,000
Annual Fund Continuing Pledges for Future Years
$ 538,500
TOTAL OTHER
$ 1,217,500
TOTAL NEW GIFTS AND PLEDGES 2011-2012
$ 7,614,989
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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ANNUAL REPORT
Giving Societies
Includes gifts received to all funds during 2011-2012.
The Founders Society
The Crimson Society
The Founders Society gratefully
The Crimson Society gratefully
recognizes all donors who made a gift
recognizes all donors who made a gift
of $50,000 and up to Salisbury.
of $25,000 - $49,999 to Salisbury.
Anonymous
Mr. William W. Bartlett ’54 *
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Cain
Mr. John W. Childs ’59 (Hon.) †
Mr. C. Robert Clausen ’43 *
Mr. Lawrence Creel
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel B. Day ’56 †
Mr. Willem F. P. de Vogel †
Mr. John T. Dillon †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Field ’59 †
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Gates, Jr. †
Ms. G. Anne Harris and Mr. Seth M. Milliken †
Ms. Laura H. Harris †
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Harris, Jr. ’76 †
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Joyce
Mr. Henri P. Junod, Jr. ●
Mr. and Mrs. Brady C. Knight ’91 ●
Sir Eddie Kulukundis O.B.E. ’50 and
Mrs. Susan Kulukundis
Mrs. Susan E. Lynch
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Maher †
Ms. Julia Haley and Mr. Michael W.
Malafronte ’92
Mr. and Mrs. Brian McCarthy ‡ †
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Merriam
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Montross IV †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Riegel III ’84 †
Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Spencer, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Sylvester ’59 †
The Thompson Family Foundation, Inc.
Mr. William G. Thompson ’45 *
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. A. Wachtmeister ’67 †
Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Gudis Mr. and Mrs. George Whiting Hebard, Jr. ’61 †
Mr. and Mrs. William O. Hiltz ’69 †
Mr. and Mrs. Tetsuo Hirata †
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Isen, Esq. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Kemmerer III ’66 †
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Ketchum †
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Ladd ‡
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Lamb †
Mr. and Mrs. David C. Leavy ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Eric Macy, Sr. Mr. Paul D. Marran ’84 †
Mr. David McCargo III ’60 †
Mr. and Mrs. Sean M. McCooey Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meehan Mr. Quentin Meyer ’65 †
Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Moderelli ’87 Mr. and Mrs. William Morris Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. O’Shea Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Powers †
Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Ramos ‡ †
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Roosevelt, Jr. Mr. Robert S. Rousseau Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Rutherfoord, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Schiffenhaus ’48 †
Mr. Ellsworth M. Statler ’31 *
Anonymous
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Bell †
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Callahan †
Mr. and Mrs. Barron G. Collier II ’70 †
Mr. Michael J. Gans ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gillis Dr. Diane S. Lewis and Dr. Blair S. Lewis †
Dr. Elizabeth Lynch and Mr. Charles R. Lynch ’86 †
Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Mauro †
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. May III ’83 †
Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Maymar Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald ‡
Mr. and Mrs. T. Williams Roberts III ’83 †
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Rutledge †
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Schweitzer, Sr. †
Mr. Jerome C. Silvey II Mr. and Mrs. Jackson T. Wong The Sarum Society
The Sarum Society gratefully
recognizes all donors who made a gift
of $10,000 - $24,999 to Salisbury.
The Hilltop Society
Anonymous
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Barnard ’61 †
Mrs. Ellen I. Bates †
Mr. Jim H. Bates ’48 * †
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Billingsley Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Bradford ’48 †
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Brady †
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Brim ’64 †
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Butler Mr. Atwood Collins III †
Ms. Pascale Delfosse and Mr. William Caligari †
Mrs. Sara Dodd-Spickelmier & Mr. Keith Spickelmier Mr. and Mrs. William M. Dunwoody †
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Feeney, Jr. ’83 †
Mr. and Mrs. H. James Field, Jr. ’67 Mr. Joseph E. Flores De Meneses, Jr. ’90 †
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Gerard V ’79 †
Mr. Donn H. Goss, Esq. The Hilltop Society gratefully
recognizes all donors who made a gift
of $7,500 - $9,999 to Salisbury.
Mr. Phillip A. Clough Mrs. Ju Yeon Yu and Mr. Hun Jung Kim Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Meszkat The Quaile Society
The Quaile Society gratefully
recognizes all donors who made a gift
of $5,000 - $7,499 to Salisbury.
Anonymous
Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Barnett ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Cassin Mr. and Mrs. Chisholm Chandler ’11 (Hon.) †
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Mr. and Mrs. Jason Chiu Mrs. Hee Jin Sang and Dr. Jun Hwan Cho Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Coe ‡ †
Captain and Mrs. Daniel C. Cross Mrs. Carolyn B. D’Alessandro †
Ms. Nancy Dorn and Mr. William Ris Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Dwyer †
Mr. Hongwei Fan and Mrs. DanShao Fan Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Feldman Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hussey, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Ikard Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Miles Kass †
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Kenan III †
Mr. and Mrs. David LeBreton Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lieder ’82 †
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Little, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Long †
Mr. Kenneth P. Meszkat Mr. George P. Mills ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Noneman †
Mr. and Mrs. John S. B. Oler, Sr. ’73 ‡ †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Riegel, Jr. †
Mr. Llewellyn G. Ross ’52 †
Mr. and Mrs. D. Richard Rowland Mr. J. Wood Rutter ’98 (Hon.) †
Mr. Michael R. Salzer †
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence C. Schiffenhaus ’47 †
Mr. Benjamin L. Schlegel ’11
Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Schlegel †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Schmeelk Mr. and Mrs. James P. Townsend †
Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Vogt ’82 †
Mrs. Andrea W. Walton Dr. Margaret Wiff and Mr. Hugh W. Whipple ’72 †
Mr. George W. Young ’48 †
Ms. Diane Zissu The Cupola Society
The Cupola Society gratefully
recognizes all donors who made a gift
of $2,500 - $4,999 to Salisbury.
Anonymous
Mr. Edward Allen and Ms. Amanda Miller ’92 †
Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Barhydt †
Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Bartlett ’84 ‡ †
Mr. Anthony J. D. Cadwalader ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Campbell ‡
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Carey †
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Cassin ’94 Mr. Ji Hoon Chun and Mrs. Mi lan Kim Mr. Lewis Clayton and Ms. Nancy Adelson Mr. and Mrs. Dion Cominos Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy S. Davis ’52 * †
Ms. Aili di Bonaventura Mr. and Mrs. Bradford S. Dimeo ’80 †
Mr. Chadwick G. Dodd Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Dunlevy Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dush Mr. Matthew O. Edevbie Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Feeney †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Ferguson Mrs. Anne Marie Fields Mr. and Mrs. William J. Fitzgerald †
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fitzsimmons Mr. and Mrs. M. Briggs Forelli ’82 Mr. David E. Friedman ’99 †
Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Getsinger Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Graham, Jr. Mr. David J. Greiner ’99 †
Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Gross ’01 Mr. and Mrs. David H. Haffenreffer ’57 †
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford M. Hamilton ’78 †
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Harrington Mr. and Mrs. Brooks J. Klimley Mr. and Mrs. Lewis C. Ledyard III ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh P. Lowenstein ’49 Mr. James A. Macdonald ’07 †
Mrs. Elizabeth Manning and Mr. Mark Manning Dr. Caroline Stratman and Mr. John R. Mansfield ’97 Mr. and Mrs. John McMahon Mr. and Mrs. Gregory P. Merrill ’44 †
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander H. Middendorf ’77 †
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Monahan Mr. and Mrs. Bruce M. Montgomerie ‡
Dr. and Mrs. Hee Bom Moon Mr. Christopher G. Munro ’91 †
Ms. Edie Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Erik A. Olson ’92 Mr. and Mrs. John E. Olson ’60 Mr. Jung Ho Park and Mrs. Young Sook Yoon Mr. Seong Ha Park and Mrs. Eun Ju Kook †
Mr. and Mrs. C. Chandler Pohl ’60 †
Ms. Polly L. Judson and Mr. Joseph P. Powers Mr. and Mrs. Chris A. Rallis ’71 †
Mrs. Corrine V. Reichert †
Mr. John A. Reichert ’87 †
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Richter †
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Roth †
Ms. Dara M. Seaman †
Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Theodore B. Smith III ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Frederic W. Thomas, Jr. Dr. Stephen Townes and
Ms. Lynn Kesterson-Townes ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Burton G. Tremaine III ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Weatherill ’44 Mr. and Mrs. George N. Whitmore ’85 †
Mr. and Mrs. William N. Wight Mr. Anthony C. Woodruff ’01 (Hon.) Mrs. Xiang Yun Liu and Mr. En Lai Zhang Mr. Jinong Zhang and Mrs. Qin Wang The Pillar Society
The Pillar Society gratefully
recognizes all donors who made a gift
of $1,000 - $2,499 to Salisbury.
Anonymous
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Agor ’92 Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt L. Alexandre, Jr. ’67 †
Mr. and Mrs. Mutasim M. Alireza Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Altman ’57 †
Mr. Richard M. Altman ’59 †
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Babington, Jr. ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bagwell †
Mr. David P. Bailey ’97 †
Mr. John Stuart W. Bailey ’00 †
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bailey, Jr. †
Dr. Scott Bailey & Mrs. Kimberli Bailey Mr. Peter J. Baiocco ’01 Dr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Bartlett ’48 †
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Bates Mr. and Mrs. James M. Bates ’75 †
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bates ’82 †
Mrs. Donna Beach Mr. and Mrs. Christopher H. Blundin ’90 †
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Blundin Mr. Andreas Boye ’00 †
Mr. Paul A. Bragg Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan D. Brodie †
Mr. Lesse Castleberry Dr. Richard S. Childs, Jr. ’63 Mr. Jong Tae Chung and Mrs. Hee Sug Shin Mr. Christopher B. Clark, Jr. ’89 †
Dr. Kellie A. Holmstrom and Dr. Craig T. Coccia Mr. and Mrs. John S. Cochran ’82 Mr. and Mrs. George L. Cole ‡
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Colgate III ’91 †
Mr. and Mrs. Atwood P. Collins ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Brewster M. Crosby ’88 †
Mrs. Eva Cuozzo Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Cuozzo Mr. and Mrs. William G. Daniels ’72 †
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. David †
Ms. Debra A. Blair and Mr. J. Richard deBart Mr. and Mrs. David DeLeeuw *= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. di Bonaventura Mr. Frederick A. Dick ’67 †
Mrs. Sheila Wyckoff-Dickey and
Mr. Charles D. Dickey III ’67 †
Mr. Dudley H. Dommerich Mr. James van B. Dresser ’59 †
Mr. Whitney Ellsworth * Mr. Hiram W. Emery III ’89 †
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Erdmann III ’81 †
Dr. Heejong Eun and Dr. Heejung Kim Mr. Chris Faicco Mr. and Mrs. H. Peter Findlay †
Mr. and Mrs. Ian A. Findlay ’88 †
Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Finneran III †
Mrs. Cindy-Lu Fitch †
Mr. Donald R. Fitch, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Flood, Jr. ’03 (Hon.) †
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson W. Foley, Jr. ’61 †
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Fox ’92 †
Mr. and Mrs. Philip G. Franklin Mr. and Mrs. William G. Garrison ’49 †
Ms. Carole M. Gaunt Mr. Ted A. Gilbane ’08 †
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence H. Goodyear ’85 †
Mr. Jeremy L. Gordon ’86 †
Mrs. Akimova Lezzat and Mr. Daulet Kazhmuratov Mr. and Mrs. Peter Keehn Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Kellogg Mr. and Mrs. David Kelsey †
Mr. Richard H. Kiene III ’94 †
Mr. Hong Keun Kim and Mrs. Seung Lee Mrs. Ki Hyang Park and Mr. Sung Jong Kim Mr. and Mrs. John Kleckner Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Kostanecki ’82 †
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Lambo Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Langer Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lansbury ’74 †
Mr. Edward J. Latessa Mr. and Mrs. James P. Lawrence, Jr. ’73 Mr. Steven Leblanc Mrs. Shin Ja Kim and Mr. Chan Lee Mr. Thomas D. Lenci Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Leonard Mr. Nicholas M. Logothetis ’06 Mr. Steven C. Lunau, Jr. ’03 Mr. Geoffrey R. Lynch ’87 †
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Lynch III ’92 Ms. Anne MacDonald Mr. David V. Madden ’90 Mr. and Mrs. John K. Magiera †
Dr. L. Masae Kawamura and Dr. Glen Gormezano Mr. and Mrs. Ulrich Graebner Mr. Stuart E. Graham III ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Brenton R. Grant III Mr. and Mrs. James R. Gross Mr. and Mrs. David J. Hachey Mr. Jaekyung Hahm and Mrs. Jehee Chang Mr. and Mrs. Curt O. Hall III Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. M. Hall ’77 †
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hewat †
Mr. Landon Hilliard III †
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony P. Hoag ’57 †
Mr. Robert H. Hoenk Mr. William R. Holton Mr. and Mrs. David G. Howell ’62 Mr. and Mrs. George S. Hughes, Jr. †
Mrs. Paul Hung Mr. and Mrs. George G. Huntoon II ’62 †
Ms. Thi-Thu Huong Mr. Jason F. Indelicato ’98 †
Mr. Alan Inglis Mr. and Mrs. Dana Jackson IV Mr. and Mrs. John J. Johnson †
Mr. and Mrs. W. Reed Johnston, Jr. ’86 Mrs. Mi Young Um and Mr. Tae Hwa Jung Alumni Reunion Giving
Alumni Participation
2012 REUNION GIVING CAMPAIGN
Classes with more than 10 members
with greatest participation
Class
Reunion
Donation
’92
20
$230,050
20%
Class
Donation
’67
45
$71,529
39%
’50
$1,002,090
75%
’82
30
$25,000
46%
’47
$7,350
67%
’87
25
$14,100
20%
’48
$60,960
67%
’97
15
$14,908
18%
’49
$6,650
64%
’72
40
$9,750
40%
’64
$18,395
62%
’62
50
$9,000
41%
’60
$17,632
55%
’47
65
$7,350
67%
’65
$17,570
46%
’57
55
$6,900
39%
’82
$25,000
46%
’52
60
$6,250
44%
’59
$892,215
44%
’77
35
$6,242
26%
’52
$6,250
44%
’02
10
$2,455
15%
’66
$29,350
43%
’07
5
$2,085
8%
’62
$9,000
41%
’32
80
$500
Participation
Participation
50%
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Dr. and Mrs. George J. Magovern, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Manice ’72 †
Mr. Michael B. Masius, Jr. ’97
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Mattson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Mazeika †
Mr. and Mrs. Arlington B. McCrum III ’80 †
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan I. McEvoy ’98 Col. Peter N. McFarlane USAF (Ret.) * ’56 Mrs. Sheri McFarlane Ms. Nina K. Merrill ‡
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Metz ’90 †
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Miller ’50 Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Miller ’67 Mrs. Sally Mitchell Mr. Arthur E. Mittnacht Mr. Michael Moore ’58 * † Mr. Reed A. Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Morse †
Ms. Diane Feeney and Mr. William Muecke †
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Mulvaney Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Mulvoy ’92 †
Mr. and Mrs. Douglass S. Munro ’88 Mr. and Mrs. J. Richard Munro Mr. and Mrs. McCleane K. Munro ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Neal Maura Nicholson de Visscher and Mr. Eugene Cannata
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Nielsen Mr. and Mrs. Edmund O. Noel ’71 Mr. Steven Noneman and Mrs. Mary Barrett ’86 †
Mr. James M. Orrell ’81 Ms. Carla Owens Mr. Andrew Parker, Jr. ’59 Mr. and Mrs. John W. Patten ’49 †
Dr. Leonora B. Phillips and Dr. Thomas W. Phillips †
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Pollard ’81 †
Mr. Devin Lance Price ’98 †
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore S. Proxmire ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas I. Quintana †
Mr. and Ms. Warren K. Racusin Mr. Roy R. Raizen ’48 †
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy G. Reed ’83 †
Mr. William F. Reed, Jr. Mr. Timothy M. Rees ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Ritchie, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley B. Root ’84 †
Mr. and Mrs. John Rote Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Rubin Mr. Matt Russo Mr. Wayne S. Safka Mr. and Mrs. Christopher D. Sanger Mr. James C. Scala Mr. Allen E. Schaefer ’66 †
Ms. Jeanne Marie Carmody and
Mr. Donald C. Schnackel ’68 †
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. Timothy S. Scott ’53 Mr. Max R. Seigle ’96 †
Mr. Robert Shepley, Jr. Mr. Charles R. Simonds, Jr. ’89 †
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Smith Mr. Allen Snyder Mr. and Mrs. C. Nicholas Spofford Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Spofford ’84 †
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Stebbins ’51 †
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Alexander C. Stewart, Jr. ’75 †
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
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Mr. and Mrs. William G. Stoops, Jr. ’81 †
Ms. Marie E. Kieran and Mr. Frank X. Stufano Mr. Phillip T. Summers ’97 †
Mrs. Xin Yin and Mr. Weidong Tao Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Teague Dr. and Mrs. Leonard S. P. Teye-Botchway Mr. Broadus Thompson ’52 †
Mr. and Mrs. Rodman K. Tilt, Jr. ’56 †
Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Trapani Mr. and Mrs. J. McGean Tremaine, Jr. ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Truini, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tuccio, Jr. *
Mr. Jeffrey P. Walker †
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius B. Waud ’58 †
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Weymouth, Jr. ’84 †
Mrs. Joan W. Wheeler †
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Whitridge †
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Wike ’85 †
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Wynne †
Mr. Ihl Soo Yang and Mrs. Hye Won Yoon Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Zabel, Jr. ’85 Mr. Todd P. Zecher ’81 Mr. Marek Zielonka and Mrs. Bozena Leskiewicz 1959 Society
The 1959 Society gratefully
recognizes all donors who made a
gift up to $999 to Salisbury.
Anonymous
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew R. Ahrens ’73 †
Mr. Theodore R. Ahrens ’04 †
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Alderman Mr. and Mrs. Douglas B. Allen ’53 †
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Allen †
Mr. Leland Alper Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Ames ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Alan Amos, Jr. ’69 †
Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Anastasio ’93 †
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bryan Anthony ’64 †
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Appleby Mrs. Hannelore Armend Mr. and Mrs. V. Kelley Armour Mr. and Mrs. J. Hunter Atkins †
Mr. John E. Atkins ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Auchincloss Mr. Jan Austell †
Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Ayer †
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Babington The Reverend and Mrs. Edwin P. Bailey †
Mr. and Mrs. Brent A. Banas Ms. Leslie B. Barker Mrs. Simone A. Barrett and Dr. Peter W. Barrett Mrs. Julie Barrett O’Brien and Mr. David O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan M. Bates ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Battaglia Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Battey Mr. Kyle S. Beatty ’08 †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Beatty Ms. Gay Semler Estin and
Mr. George Beavers III ’48 †
Mr. George Beavers IV ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Beck III ’97 †
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Bell, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Belter Mr. Bryan T. Bendjy ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Peter O. Bengston ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce S. Beresford ’57 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bergenty Mr. Chad G. Berger ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Bernard ’91 †
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln C. Bertaccini Mrs. Bonnie Blodgett Bethea †
The Rev. Dr. Charles A. Bevan, Jr. Mr. Bradford R. Bevis ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Biddulph ’55 †
Mr. David S. Binswanger ’95 †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Binswanger †
The Reverend and Mrs. James A. Birdsall Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy L. Birdsall ’89 †
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F. Bissell ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Joel S. Black ’56 †
Mr. James W. Blauvelt ’72 †
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bliss †
Ms. Ginni Block Mr. Thomas C. Block ’72 †
Mr. and Mrs. John R. H. Blum Mr. Richard L. Blum III ’77 Mr. and Mrs. E. Hal Bogardus ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Q. Bohlin ’54 †
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin G. Boll, Jr. ’88 Ms. Michelle L. Booth †
Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. Booth †
Mr. and Mrs. Willard S. Boothby, Jr. Mr. Gordon J. Boozer ’85 Mrs. NancyLou Borges
Mr. Frederick S. Bowditch ’75 †
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Boyer †
Mr. and Mrs. Courtland A. Boyle ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Gavin Brackenridge ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Guy D. Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Bradley ’63 †
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Bradley ’89 †
Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Bradshaw Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Brainerd Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Breckinridge ’47 †
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bredenfoerder †
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brennan Mr. Sayre B. Brennan ’03 Mr. David E. Bright Mr. Bowen W. Brinegar ’14 Mr. and Mrs. Brad Brinegar Dr. Lindsay A. Brislin and
Mr. Christopher J. Brislin ’96 †
Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Bristol, Jr. ’58 †
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell H. Bronk †
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. John W. Brooks ’64 †
Mr. Christopher Brown ’93 (Hon.) and
Ms. Jane Beddall
Mr. Edward C. M. Brown ’01 Dr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Brown ’64 †
Mr. Nicholas W. Brown ’79 Mr. and Mrs. David I. Brunson ‡ †
Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Brush Mr. Matthew B. Bryden ’81 †
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bubacy Mr. and Mrs. William E. Buehner †
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Bunce Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buonafede Mr. William Burchfield Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burden Mr. Coty J. Burgess ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Burgess, Jr. †
Mr. Paul E. Burke III Mr. Ian T. Burkland ’08
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Burkland Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Burlington, Jr. ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Yerbury G. Burnham ’46 †
Ms. Hilary Burrall Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bushing ’76 †
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Bushing ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Busselle Ms. Cynthia F. Buster †
Cadet Zeric B. Butters ’10
Mr. James E. Byron, Jr. ’73 Mr. and Mrs. C. John Calder Mr. Charles W. Callahan ’04 Mr. Edward C. Callahan ’09 Mr. Peter D. Callahan ’08
Mr. and Mrs. Will Yoder Campbell ’88 Mr. Alejandro S. Canet ’07 Mr. Nicolas R. Cantone ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Fenton D. Carey III Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Carfora III ‡
Mr. and Mrs. Gregg K. Carpenter †
Mr. and Mrs. David Carter Mrs. Joan Carter †
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Cartwright III ’88 *= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
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Mr. and Mrs. Drew J. Casertano †
Mr. William H. Casertano ’09 Ms. Edna Casman Mr. Keith E. Cassell †
Mr. Tyler H. Cassell ’06 †
Mr. Carroll J. Cavanagh III ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Brian C. Celiberti Mrs. William G. Chafee †
Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Chamberlin †
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Chandler, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. O. Stuart Chase Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cheney ’95 (Hon.) †
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas K. Childs ’73 †
Dr. and Mrs. James E. Childs ’69 †
Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Cichowski, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Clark, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan B. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Clark ’61 †
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Clarke ’63 †
Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Clauson ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Clifford ’74 †
Ms. Annette F. Cloney Dr. and Mrs. Marc A. Cluzel The Reverend and Mrs. Fergus Cochran Mr. Hunter Q. Coe ’10 Dr. and Mrs. Charles P. Coggeshall Mr. Francis I. G. Coleman †
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Coleman ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Colen, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Chellis Collins †
Ms. Connie B. Collins Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Collins ’61 †
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Colpitts Mr. Jonathan T. Connors ’98 Mr. Alfred F. Cooke III ’55 Mr. Gary Cookson Mr. and Mrs. Bruce D. Cooper ’65 Mr. Scott D. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Matthew B. Corkery †
Ms. Molly Corkery Mr. Ned Corkery ’04 (Hon.) †
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Corry Mr. and Mrs. James M. Costan Ms. Blandy Coty Mr. Jonathan Coulombe and
Mrs. Jessie Parker Coulombe Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Cowley ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel W. Creamer ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. P. Cronin ’74 Mr. William H. Cronin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Cronin III ’66 †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard I. Curtis ’91 (Hon.) †
Mr. and Mrs. Howard G. Cushing Mr. Kerry Dakin ’87 Lt. and Mrs. James B. Dalton, Jr. †
Ms. Susan Daly-Rouse and Mr. Charles Rouse †
Mr. Sean F. D’Arcy Mr. and G. Vietor Davis, Jr. ’67 †
Mr. James B. Dawson ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Manuel de Yturbe ’72 Mr. and Mrs. David Dean Mr. and Mrs. Preston F. Death ’95
Mr. Forrest T. Deleot ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Delgreco Mr. and Mrs. Walter DeMelle, Jr. †
Mr. Andrew T. DeSalvo †
Mrs. Emily Devey Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. DeVoe ’85 Mr. Kenneth G. Dewey ’92 Ms. Mary Ann Spurgeon Dias Mr. and Mrs. James F. Dickerson ’65 †
Mr. and Mrs. Willard D. Dickerson, Jr. ’70 †
Dr. Peter J. Doelger ’77 †
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome H. Doolittle Mr. Matthew N. Doolittle ’86 †
Mr. and Mrs. Kelley P. Doran ’85 †
Mr. Richard Doran Mr. and Mrs. Guy O. Dove III Mr. Avery L. Draper ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Ford B. Draper, Jr. Mr. Dennis M. Driscoll ’10 Mr. Michael J. Driscoll, Jr. ’08 †
Mr. and Mrs. H. Benjamin Duke III Mr. Nicholas R. Duke, Sr. ’65 †
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. duPont ’82 Mrs. Florence W. Durfee Hastings †
Mr. Edward F. Dwight ’78 Mr. Murray P. Dwight Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Eckel ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Edes †
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Edson †
Mr. Maxwell L. Edson ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Edson, Sr. Mr. Brian K. Eggleston ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Eggleston Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Elmore, Esq. Mr. and Mrs. David Elwell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Emmons ’64 †
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Erdmann ’83 Mr. L. Gillespie Erskine, Jr. ’40 †
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald G. Erskine ’44 †
Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Eurich ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell F. Eveleth †
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Everdell ’66 †
Mr. and Mrs. Ulf Evholt Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Fabend Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Fairchild ’65 Mr. and Mrs. S. Lane Faison III Mr. William A. Faison ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Falk Mr. and Mrs. J. Bradley Faus †
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan N. Faville ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Sergi Fedorjaczenko Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Fitch IV ’67 †
Dr. Adrianna Bravo and Mr. Matthew Fitzgerald ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Tim Fitzpatrick ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Floros Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Flynn Mr. William H. Forrence ’02 Mr. and Mrs. George E. Forsen ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Forster †
Mr. and Mrs. H. Crosby Foster II ’57 Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm C. Foster ’71 Mr. Scott S. Fox ’95 †
Mrs. Constance C. Frazier Mr. and Mrs. Robert Friedlander ’50 †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Friedman Mrs. Elaine P. Frost †
Mr. Joseph W. Frost ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Fudali Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gardner Dr. and Ms. Newell Garfield III ’68 Mr. Christopher E. Garibaldi ’11 Ms. Patricia Ewing and Mr. John Garibaldi †
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gaskin Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Y. Gaston ’81 Mr. and Mrs. William R. Gay ’79 †
Mr. and Mrs. Eric S. Gershon †
Professor Joy Young and Professor David Gewanter Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Giffenig Mr. Jonathan D. Gilbert ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Gilbert †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Gillespie ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Seamus M. Gilson †
Mr. Richard Giordano Mr. Eric D. Girard ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Glenn ’59 †
Mr. and Mrs. Field L. Glover CFRE ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Steve S. Goldberg Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gomez Mr. Wesley T. Gomez ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Gonzalez Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Good †
Ms. Mary Jean C. Goodfellow †
Mr. and Mrs. J. Guyer Goodnow ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Gorycki ’81 †
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Gott ’64 †
Mr. Albert Gottesman Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan P. Gottsegen †
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Mr. Dmitri Goudkov Mrs. George-Ann Gowan Mr. Kevin P. Grady ’00 Ms. Amanda M. Graham Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Graham ’97 †
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart E. Graham Mr. C. Cowdrey Grant ’59 †
Mr. Roy T. Grant Dr. Brian D. Graves ’92 †
Mr. Douglas A. Graves †
Mrs. Jeanne M. Graves Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Graves ’91
Ms. Susan C. Greenwood Mr. and Mrs. William F. Grey ’65 Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Griffin †
Mr. Colin R. Griggs ’02 Mr. Christopher F. Grinda ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Gross Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gross, Jr. ’63 Mr. P. Benjamin Grosscup Mr. and Mrs. John A. Guanci Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Guest ’71 †
Mr. Andrew M. E. Guild ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Elliott W. Gumaer, Jr. Mr. Stephen Gurman Mrs. Anne C. Haddad Mr. and Mrs. David F. Haddow ’71 †
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Haft Mr. David S. Hagerman Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin I. Haight ’91 †
Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Hajec ’56 †
Mr. Richard S. Hale ’47 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis R. M. Hall ’47 †
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart P. Hall ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Halsell III †
Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. William T. Hamilton Mrs. Barbara B. Hamlin †
Ms. Deborah Goldreyer and Mr. Russell B. Hamlin ’71 Mr. F. Eldridge Hammond ’73 †
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin F. Hampe Mr. Scott M. Hampe ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Handy ’50 †
Mr. H. Trevor Harlow ’99 Mr. and Mrs. David T. Harrington ’81 †
Mr. and Mrs. David F. Harris, Jr. ’64 †
Mr. William R. Harris III ’07 †
Mr. Joshua F. Hart ’74 Mrs. Marilyn Hart †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Hartmann, Jr. ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Harvey Mr. and Mrs. N. Darrell Harvey III ’47 †
Mr. and Mrs. Merwin R. Haskel, Jr. ’49 †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Haskel ’51 †
Mr. and Mrs. D. Nathaniel Haskell ’82 Mrs. Kerry Hatch Ms. Joan C. Havens Mrs. Christine Santini-Haviland and
Mr. Paul E. Haviland ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Coe C. Hawkins Mr. John Heagle Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Hearst Mrs. Diane Hein Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hein ’62 *
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Hemingway ’72 *= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Hemingway Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Heminway ’52 †
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Hempstead Mr. and Mrs. Miles Herter, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Hess ’80 †
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Hibbard Dr. Peter Higgins and
Dr. Barbara Payson Oberg-Higgins Mrs. Helen B. Hill Mr. Robert F. Hill ’64 †
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Hinchey †
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hintlian Mr. Hanley M. Holcomb ’97 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Holden, Jr. ’48 Mr. and Mrs. William P. Holm Mr. and Mrs. Keith M. Holmes †
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Horkan III ’76 †
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Horter ‡
Mr. Eavenson S. Horter ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Randall S. Hosley, Sr. Mr. Willet V. H. Hossfeld ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Winchester Hotchkiss Ms. Alison Hoversten Mr. Philip E. Hoversten †
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Hovey, Jr. †
Mr. Elliot M. Hovey ’02 †
Mrs. Ruth D. Hoxton Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hubbard ’66 †
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Hubbard Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Huggins III ’50 †
Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Hughes ’60 †
Ms. Nancy Hulkower Mr. and Mrs. Alan S. Humphreys, Jr. †
Ms. Dolores Gutierrez-Huntoon and
Mr. Michael G. Huntoon ’65 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hurley ’84 †
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Hutchinson ’60 †
Ms. Jurie C. Hwang †
Mr. Samuel S. Hwang ’08 Mr. John M. Hyde Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Ide †
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver J. Janney Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G. Jarvis ’48 †
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jasinski Mr. and Mrs. Brian Jaskowiak Mr. Nicholas J. Jaskowiak ’07 Mr. and Mrs. James P. Jenkins †
Mr. Carl M. Jenter †
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Jessup †
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Jeter ’85 Mr. and Mrs. D. David Johnson II †
Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Johnson ’59 †
Mr. James W. Johnson III ’95 Mr. Keith A. Johnson ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Johnson, Jr. ’85 †
Mr. and Mrs. Walter V. Johnson ’59 †
Mr. Alexander W. Jones †
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Jones ’62 †
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Jones III Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Jones Mr. Nicholas L. Jordan ’10 Mr. and Mrs. William J. Jordan †
Mr. and Mrs. Cary R. Jubinville Mr. Robert M. Jubinville ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Judson III ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Judson II Mr. and Mrs. Robert Julian, Jr. Mr. Steven A. Kalin Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Kane Ms. Michelle L. Escudero and Mr. Scott C. Kane ’82 †
Mr. Christopher Karachale Mr. and Mrs. Keith J. Kasper ’76 †
Mr. and Mrs. Evan D. Kass Dr. and Mrs. Kent T. Kay Mr. David T. Kearns * †
Mrs. Shirley Kearns †
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Keehn Mr. Daniel R. Kellams †
Mr. and Mrs. DeLong O. Kellogg ’40 †
Mr. and Mrs. Christian C. Kelly ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Scott G. Kennedy ’81 †
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Kenney ’50 †
Mr. James D. Keogh ’01 Mr. and Mrs. E. Coe Kerr III ’69 †
Mr. Benjamin D. Ketchum ’07 †
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford W. Ketchum, Jr. ’57 †
Mr. and Mrs. Simeon R. Ketchum ’96 †
Mr. and Mrs. W. Wesselink Keur ’63 †
Mr. George C. Kiefer, Jr. ’40 Mr. Chapman B. Kirby ’10 Mrs. C. Victoria Kitchell Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Kittredge ’80 Dr. and Ms. Alexander S. Kloman ’76 †
Mrs. Maria Krajnakova and Mr. Milan Krajnak Mr. and Mrs. Chinam C. Kry ’92 †
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Kurty ‡
Mr. and Mrs. David S. C. Kusuma ’79 Mr. Austin E. Ladd ’06 Ms. Cynthia Ladd †
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Ladd Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Laidlaw III ’62 Mr. Seamus S. Lamb ’96 Mr. John A. N. Lamont, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl P. Lane-Lopez †
Ms. Chin-Chin S. Chen and
Mr. Campbell B. Langdon ’79 †
Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Langlois †
Mrs. Rose Lansbury Mr. and Mrs. John LaPerch Mr. Stephen J. Lasner ’78 †
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf L. Laveran ‡
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Lawrence III ’68 Ms. Carol Lazarus Mr. and Mrs. John Leary †
Mr. and Mrs. David E. Lebens ’65 †
Mr. Robinson Leech, Jr. ’65 Dr. Peter O. LeViness, Ph.D. ’76 †
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Lewis ’45 †
The Reverend and Mrs. Jeff C. Lewis
Ms. Joan Limongello †
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Lincoln ’69 †
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lineberger, Jr. ’79 †
Mr. Michael D. Lionetti ’02 †
Mr. Elisha W. Long ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Phillip C. Long †
Mr. Kristopher S. Loomis ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Stuart R. Loomis †
Mr. Alexander M. Love ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Love Ms. Maryann Low Mr. Jeffrey W. Lozier ’65 †
Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. Ludington III ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Garrett S. Lunden ’02 Ms. Deborah Lunt and Mr. Gordon Hawkins Mr. Yu Kun Luo Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Luquer ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Luzzi Mr. C. Bruton Lynch ’79 †
Mr. Peter H. Lynch ’04 Mr. Angus L. Macdonald Ms. Helen Gilbane Macdonald †
Mr. Matthew R. Machucki ’08
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Machucki
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Maclaren Mr. and Mrs. Morris W. Macleod ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Macleod †
Mr. and Mrs. Eben M. MacNeille ’94 Mrs. Jean W. Macomber Mr. Matthew Magiera ’96 Ms. Joan M. Maher †
Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Maker ’49 †
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua C. Mandel ’94 Mr. Cornelius J. Manning ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Marchant Mr. and Mrs. Craig Marchesi Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Marran ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Andre C. Marshall ’86 Dr. Mark Marshall and Mrs. Silloo Peters-Marshall *= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
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• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Mr. Davis B. Martin ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Martin III ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maschin Mr. and Mrs. David L. Mathus ’77 †
Mr. Joshua D. Mattison ’95 †
Mr. Jeffrey May & Dr. Mary O’Neill Mr. and Mrs. Stuart W. McAllister ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCann Mr. and Mrs. John J. McCrory Mr. and Mrs. Ian A. McCurdy ’68 †
Mr. Ralph M. McDermid ’53 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph G. McDermid ’81 †
Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Sean C. McDonald Mrs. Danielle Mailer and Mr. Peter McEachern †
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. McGrew ’49 †
Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie D. McGuire Dr. and Mrs. Charles T. McHugh †
Mr. and Mrs. John P. McKay, Jr. ’66 †
Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. McKee ’72 †
Mr. and Mrs. David H. McKillop, Jr. ’77 Mr. and Mrs. George C. McKinney ’49 †
Mr. Andrew J. McLachlan ’03 Mr. and Mrs. John A. McLean II Mr. Michael R. McLeod ’99 †
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. McMillan Mr. and Mrs. Winter Mead II †
Mr. Alexander M. Meek ’03 Mr. Hans-Joerg Meili Mr. and Mrs. John F. Melvin †
Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Merksamer Mr. Noah J. Merksamer ’09 Mr. Stefan Merriam ’09 Mr. and Mrs. William F. Meyers Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Miesen ’98 Mr. and Mrs. C. Hayes Miller ’75 †
Mr. and Mrs. David C Miller Mr. and Mrs. Terence Miller Mr. and Mrs. William C. Miller IV †
Ms. Kathleen McNamara and Mr. Jihad M. Mirza Mr. Benjamin R. Mitchell ’06 Mr. and Mrs. William Mitchell †
Mr. and Mrs. P. Robert Moeller Mr. and Mrs. Rhonan Mokriski ’90 †
Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Molloy ’94 †
Mr. Whitney S. Montross ’10 Mr. W. Dallon Moore, Jr. ’55 †
Mr. John H. Moorhead ’64 Mr. and Mrs. J. Patrick Moran, Jr. ’91 †
Mr. and Mrs. Alton E. Morgan Mrs. Karen Quilter-Moriarty and Mr. Kevin Moriarty Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Morin ’90 †
Mr. and Mrs. Cooper H. Morris ’71 Mr. Geoffrey F. Morris Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Morris, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. Mills L. Morrison, Jr. ’92 †
Mr. Matthew A. Mulvaney ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Ian B. Murphy ’92 Mr. Ryan M. Murphy ’01 Mr. David J. Myers ’97 Cmdr. Charles W. Nation, Jr. USN(Ret.) ’65 †
Mr. and Mrs. Blake T. Newton III †
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Nicholson ’64 †
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Niles, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Nilsen ’56 †
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Nolan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Noyes ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Oat Mrs. Robert O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. Robert O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. Timothy O’Connor Mr. Robert J. O’Donnell Mr. Connor J. O’Keefe ’10 Mr. Jeffrey Olson and Ms. Raquel Apodaca ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. O’Neil ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Francis S. O’Neill Mr. and Mrs. Jerome F. O’Neill ’87
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. O’Neill Mr. Christopher W. O’Rourke ’94 Mr. and Mrs. J. Denis O’Toole Mr. John Brendan O’Toole ’07 Mr. Gary N. Otten ’87 †
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher G. Overbye ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Overfield ’48 †
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Owen ’86 †
Mr. and Mrs. Lansing R. Palmer, Jr. ’85 Mr. James M. Panczykowski ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Pape ’50 †
Ms. Linda D. Paradee Mr. Yong-Jin Park ’10
The Reverend and Mrs. Stephen D. Parker, Jr. ’59
Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Peltz ’90 Mr. and Mrs. James C. Perkins Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Phelps Mrs. Barbara B. Phillips Dr. Jonathan T. Phinney, Ph.D. ’77 Mr. Thomas M. Pierandri ’00 Mr. and Mrs. James Pieterse Mr. Keith M. Pinter ’65 †
Mr. Henry C. Pitney ’76 Mrs. Madeline S. Pitney Mrs. Mary Rusterholz-Platt and Mr. Craig Platt Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Podmaniczky †
Mr. and Mrs. Briggs N. Porter ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Porter †
Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Potter, Jr. †
Mr. Patrick J. Powers ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Victor O. Prall ’66 †
Mr. and Mrs. F. Herbert Prem, Jr. Major and Mrs. Osmond W. Priaulx ’44 †
Mr. Jerome Priest ’49 Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler J. Proctor Mr. Brian D. Proper Mr. and Mrs. Mike J. Pryzbek Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Purdy, Jr. ’48 †
Mr. Alexander T. Raday ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Raday Mr. and Mrs. Peter Raifstanger Mr. and Mrs. Martin V. Rambusch Mr. C. Paxton Ramsdell ’03 †
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis G. Rand †
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy N. Reardon ’91 †
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Reardon, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W. Mason Rees, Jr. Mr. Peter L. Reid Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Reisman Mr. David H. Renner ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Renner III Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Resch †
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Reunert Mr. Marc Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Meade Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Rhodes Mr. and Mrs. Brent Rice Mr. and Mrs. Ethan P. Rice ’97 †
Mr. and Mrs. Harold V. B. Richard ’32 †
Mr. Jonathon C. Richards ’11 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richards Mr. and Mrs. Stewart G. Richards †
Mr. William L. Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Rieger, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Rimsa Mr. and Mrs. Ezra H. Ripple V ’92 †
Ms. Amanda Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. F. Brooks Robinson, Jr. ‡ Mr. and Mrs. F. Brooks Robinson Mr. and Mrs. James P. Robinson USCG ’80 Mrs. Cynthia Rogers Mr. Edmund P. Rogers III †
Mr. and Mrs. Rodger R. Rohde, Jr. Mr. Zachary A. Rohde ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rolo Mr. Jerry Romano ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Gennaro A. Romano III †
Mr. W. Tyler Ronald ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory H. Rooney ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Root ’81 †
Mr. and Mrs. J. Carter Rose ’93 *= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Ross III Mr. Llewellyn G. Ross III ’05
Ms. Joan Baldwin and Mr. Geoffrey Rossano Mr. Michael C. E. Roth ’09 Mr. Charles S. Rowe Mrs. Helen S. Ruisi Ms. Rita A. Delgado and Mr. Jeff Ruskin †
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan D. Russell Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Russo †
Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Rutledge ’84 †
The Reverend and Mrs. Terrence W. Ryan †
Mr. and Mrs. John Ryerson III ’77 Miss Debi B. Salzer Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Samson, Jr. ’67 Mr. David R. Sandals ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Michael O. Sanderson †
Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Sargent, Sr. †
Dr. and Mrs. Clarence T. Sasaki †
Reverend Nancy Lindell Sautter and
Mr. David J. Sautter ’47 †
Mr. and Mrs. Simmons B. Savage III ’62 Mrs. Kathryn Sawyer-Vilter and
Mr. Thomas P. Sawyer ’89 †
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Schaeffer ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Schafer Mr. and Mrs. W. Gerow Schick, Jr. ’57 †
Mr. and Mrs. Mark K. Schmidt ’76 †
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver C. Scholle, Jr. ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Todd Schoon Mr. Benjamin R. Schopp ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Schopp Mr. Jörg Schwarz ’82 †
Dr. and Mrs. Charles F. Scoggin ’93 Mr. Matthew G. Seager ’02 Mr. Mark D. Segalla ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Segalla Ms. Kathleen K. Seifert †
Ms. Maureen Serri Mr. William Serri III ’10 Ms. Nina Shaw †
Ms. Lisa Sheble †
Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Sheridan ’81 †
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Sherman IV ’53 Ms. Ruth Shikes Mr. Jeremy Shoykhet ’11 Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Shoykhet †
Mrs. Maeve B. Shugrue Mr. Gregory D. Shuhy ’99 Ms. Alissa C. Shulby Mr. Virgil C. Shutze, Jr. ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Roger S. Silverstein †
Mr. James Simboli and Ms. Caitlin Hickey Mr. Samuel H. Simmons †
Mr. James E. Simon ’88 †
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Simonds
Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Sinatra Dr. and Mrs. J. Douglas Sinclair †
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Sinclair ’91 †
The Reverend and Mrs. Peter W. Sipple Mr. and Mrs. John A. Sivright, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Skok ’85 †
Mr. Lockwood T. Sloan ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Sloan †
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Mr. and Mrs. Archibald A. Smith IV ’96 Mr. Charles S. Smith III ’76 †
Ms. Donna P. Smith Mr. Luke E. T. Smith ’96 Mrs. Mimi Smith Mr. and Mrs. Peyton R. Smith ’68 †
Mr. Philip Smith Mr. and Mrs. Procter Smith III Mr. Stuart P. Smith Ms. Bonnie Smithers †
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Snellman, Sr. Mr. John Eric Snellman, Jr. ’08 Mr. and Mrs. James E. Solberg †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Soule, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Sowles ’75 †
Mr. David S. Spalding ’80 †
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Speh, Jr. ’65 †
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan A. Spooner ’92 Mr. Orson L. St. John, Jr. †
Mr. John J. Stanton III ’80 †
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Steinmuller ’47 †
The Honorable Herbert J. Stern and
Mrs. Marsha K. Stern †
Mr. and Mrs. Hardie M. Stevens ’84 Mr. James W. Stevens †
Mr. and Mrs. Prescott D. Stewart ’89 †
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Stewart ’56 †
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Stokes II Mr. and Mrs. Steven Strife Mr. Cooper B. Stuart, Jr. ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Cooper B. Stuart †
Mr. Siraveth Sukhanetr ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Austin P. Sullivan, Jr. †
Dr. and Mrs. Roland S. Summers †
Mr. and Mrs. David C. Swann Mr. Peter B. Sweeny ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Swibold ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Swibold Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Tapscott, Sr. ’35 Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Taradash †
Mr. Gabriel J. Tash ’02 Mrs. Susan S. Tash Mr. and Mrs. Crane M. Taylor ’72 †
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Terni †
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Thomas ’73 †
Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Thomas ’50 †
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thomas Mr. Mark M. Thompson ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Thompson †
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy W. Thompson ’63 †
Mr. Webster S. Thompson ’94 Mr. and Mrs. George A. Thornton IV ’81 †
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler E. Thors ’85 †
Mr. Henry D. Tiffany III †
Mr. Christopher R. Tillson, Jr. ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Kurt P. Tinius
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley R. Tinker III ’53 †
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Todd ’89 Ms. Margaret Tonon Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence N. Trabulsi ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Trippe, Jr. ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Trippe Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Trotta, Esq. ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Tucker, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Tunnicliff Mr. Ronald W. Turko ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln H. Turner Mr. and Mrs. Winslow G. Tuttle ’50 †
Mr. and Mrs. Steven B. Twitchell Mr. and Mrs. John L. Tyler ’41 †
Mr. Robert Typermass ’60 †
Mr. and Mrs. Max D. Ulrich ’72 †
Mr. Jonas T. V. Valenti ’98
Dr. and Mrs. Michael S. Valenti †
Mr. Christopher K. Valentine ’91 Mr. and Mrs. John Van Der Tuin Ms. Hope Van Der Wolk Mr. and Mrs. Michael Van Winkle ’64 †
Mr. W. Ross Vanvoorhees ’70 †
Mr. Nishan P. Vartanian ’94 The Honorable E. Norman Veasey and
Mrs. Suzanne Veasey Mr. and Mrs. J. Mark Veenis Mr. Tucker M. Veenis ’00 Ms. Tulika Verma Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vernali Mr. and Mrs. G. Trevor Vietor Mr. Malcolm B. Vilas III ’62 †
Dr. and Mrs. Siegfried Vossieg Mr. Carl Edward A. Wachtmeister ’98 †
Mr. and Mrs. Erik C. R. Wachtmeister ’95 Mrs. Robert M. Waggaman †
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walker Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Walton Mr. Yanbo Wang ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. L. Ward ’86 The Reverend and Mrs. Edwin M. Ward †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Wardell Mr. Larry D. Watkins Mr. and Mrs. Lucas E. Watson ’90 †
Mr. Peter C. Watts ’99 Mr. and Mrs. George S. Weaver, Jr. ’52 †
Mr. and Mrs. Homer E. Weidlich, Jr. ’62 Mr. Jeffrey D. Weinstein ’74 †
Mr. Joshua D. Weinstein ’11 Mr. and Mrs. David A. Weintraub ’98 Mr. William H. Weintraub †
Mr. James M. Weir ’98 †
Mr. and Mrs. Pieter A. Wernink ’86
Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Westcott ’43 †
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander B. Wheeler, Jr. ’66 †
Mr. Jeffrey W. Wheeler ’74 †
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot F. Wheeler III ’65 †
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson E. Whitbeck Mr. and Mrs. David W. White †
Mr. Justin D. White ’98 †
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin White Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D. White Mr. Nicholas D. White ’01 †
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Whitton, Jr. ’47 †
Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Wick ’73 †
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua M. Wildes Mr. and Mrs. Valleau Wilkie, Jr. ’41 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Williams ’88 †
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Williams Ms. Elizabeth W. Williams Mrs. Elizabeth Williams Mr. and Ms. Peter B. Williams ’70 Mr. and Mrs. R. David Williams ’67 Mr. and Mrs. H. Stuart Williamson ’54 †
Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar P. Wilmot †
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Winik Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Winston Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Wolff †
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Wood ’70 †
Mr. Frederick L. Wood ’67 †
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wood Ms. Elizabeth F. Woodall Mr. and Mrs. Hilary G. Woodhouse ’54 †
Ms. Alexandra Woods Mr. William J. Woods ’10 Mr. Timothy P. Woolworth ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Worthington, Jr. Mr. Wesley A. Worthington ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Wright III ’45 †
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman C. Yeaw ’51 †
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Yerkes III Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Yost ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Young Mr. Parker E. Young ’01 †
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Young III †
Dr. and Mrs. Dug-Jin Yun Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Zahn Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Zecher †
Ms. Shao and Mr. Zhang ’86 †
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Ziegler Dr. and Mrs. Jack M. Zimmerman ’44 †
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Esse Quam Videri Society
Alumni and friends are making a substantial commitment to the School by including
Salisbury in their estate plans. Charitable gift annuities, remainder and lead trusts, life
insurance, retirement plans and bequests have and will transform Salisbury immeasurably
in the years to come. The School is thankful to all those who have become members of
the Esse Quam Videri Society and have chosen to leave their legacy on the Hilltop.
Mr. Douglas B. Allen ’53 †
Mr. J. Bryan Anthony ’64 †
Mr. William E. Appleyard ’53 *
Mr. Dutch Barhydt †
Mr. David W. Barnard ’61 †
Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Barnett ’62
Mr. William W. Bartlett ’54 *
Mr. Jim H. Bates ’48 * †
Mr. Andrew N. Baur *
Mr. George Beavers III ’48 †
Rev. Dr. Charles A. Bevan, Jr.
Mr. David R. Blossom ’28 *
Mr. Gordon J. Boozer ’85
Mr. Morley C. Boyd *
Mrs. Helene K. Bracken *
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Bradford ’48 †
Mr. John G. Brim ’64 †
Mr. Donald W. Burkett ’58
Mr. Edmund S. Carr *
Dr. and Mrs. James Carter
Mr. Keith E. Cassell †
Mr. Edward C. Childs ’93
Mr. John W. Childs ’59 (Hon.) †
Dr. Richard S. Childs, Jr. ’63
Mr. C. Robert Clausen ’43 *
Mr. Atwood Collins III †
Mr. Charles N. Cresap *
Mrs. Carolyn B. D’Alessandro †
Mr. William G. Daniels ’72 †
Mr. Edwin C. Davies ’53 *
Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy S. Davis ’52 †
Mr. Nathaniel B. Day ’56 †
Mr. James F. Dickerson ’65 †
Mr. Charles D. Dickey III ’67 †
Mr. John T. Dillon †
Mr. and Mrs. James van B. Dresser ’59 †
Mr. Peter T. Earle ’51 *
Mr. John M. Emmett ’53
Mr. L. Gillespie Erskine, Jr. ’40 †
Mr. William R. Fearey ’42
Mrs. Marian M. Ferguson *
Mr. Richard D. Field ’59 †
Mrs. Elizabeth W. Firuski *
Mr. Richard T. Flood, Sr. *
Mr. John J. Flynn, Jr. ’79
Mr. Jackson W. Foley, Jr. ’61 †
Mr. and Mrs. H. Crosby Foster II ’57
Mr. Richard B. Fuller ’64 *
Mr. Michael J. Garvey, Jr. ’48 *
General James W. Gerard II ’34 *
Mr. James W. Gerard V ’79 †
Mr. David H. Haffenreffer ’57 †
Mr. Donald B. Hajec ’56 †
Mr. Lewis R. M. Hall ’47 †
Mr. David F. Harris ’37 *
Mrs. Jane M. Harris *
Mr. Thomas L. Harris ’45
Mrs. Yasuko Harris *
Mr. John E. Herlitz ’60 *
Mr. Peter A. Highman ’42 *
Mr. Landon Hilliard III †
Mr. Eric C. Hudson ’80
Mrs. Camille Jayne
Mr. David S. Junker ’35 *
Mr. Henri Pell Junod ’18 *
Mr. Henri Pell Junod, Jr.•
Mr. George P. Kendall ’47 *
Mr. Edward M. King ’53
Mr. Brady C. Knight ’91•
Sir Eddie Kulukundis O.B.E. ’50
Mr. Charles S. Langdon
Mrs. Elizabeth H. Lawrence *
Mr. David C. Leavy ’88
Mr. Sidney Mathews ’28 *
Mr. Ralph J. Menconi
Mr. Quentin Meyer ’65 †
Mr. Daniel P. Miller ’50
Mr. Michael Moore ’58 * †
Mr. and Mrs. J. Richard Munro
Maura Nicholson de Visscher
Mr. William F. Nolker ’39 *
Mr. Joseph F. Park, Jr. ’57 *
Mrs. Adelaide Parker *
Col. James G. Parker ’30 *
Mr. John W. Patten ’49 †
Mrs. Mary M. Perkins *
Mr. James M. Phillips ’88 *
Mr. Peter T. Phinny ’68
Honorable Robert H. Phinny *
Mrs. Sally G. Phinny
Mr. C. Chandler Pohl ’60 †
Mr. John H. Priestman *
Reverend Ernest B. Pugh ’31 *
Reverend Dr. George E. Quaile *
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Riegel III ’84 †
Mr. Daniel S. Riker, Jr. ’39 *
Mr. William B. Ruger, Sr. ’36 *
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Rutledge †
Mr. J. Wood Rutter ’98 (Hon.) †
Mr. Jesse F. Sammis III ’56
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Saunders
Mr. Joseph A. Schiffenhaus ’48 †
Mr. Laurence C. Shiffenhaus ’47 †
Mr. and Mrs. Christoph H. Schmidt
Mr. Alan J. Schmitz *
Mr. Miles P. H. Seifert ’53 *
Mr. Charles L. Sherman IV ’53
Mr. Virgil C. Shutze, Jr. ’63
Mr. James E. Simon ’88 †
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Sivright, Jr. †
Mr. Joseph S. Skobba *
Mrs. Sonia P. Somerville
Mr. David S. Spalding ’80 †
Mr. Ellsworth M. Statler ’31 *
Mr. Patrick J. Stern ’66 *
Mr. Prescott D. Stewart ’89 †
Mr. Robert B. Stewart ’56 †
Mr. Walter H. Stokes ’84
Mr. Michael S. Sylvester ’59 †
Mr. William G. Thompson ’45 *
Mr. Frederick M. Tibbitts, Jr. ’65
Mr. Rodman K. Tilt, Jr. ’56 †
Mr. Wesley R. Tinker III ’53 †
Mr. Bronson Trevor, Jr. ’70
Mr. Robert H. Trowbridge, Jr. ’51
Mr. John L. Tyler ’41 †
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. A. Wachtmeister ’67 †
Mr. Jeffrey P. Walker †
Mrs. Sophie P. Walker *
Mr. Richard P. Westcott ’43 †
Mr. Hugh W. Whipple ’72 †
Mrs. Katharine Whipple *
Ms. Eleanor Hubbard White
Mr. John R. Whitton, Jr. ’47 †
Mr. Anthony C. Woodruff ’01 (Hon.)
Dr. Jack M. Zimmerman ’44 †
Mr. Eugene M. Zuckert ’29 *
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Giving by Class
Class of 1931
Class of 1946
Class of 1950
Class of 1955
Capital/Endowment: $24,053
Overall Participation: 100%
Annual: $175
Overall Participation: 20%
Annual: $52,090
Capital/Endowment: $950,000
Overall Participation: 75%
Annual: $450
Overall Participation: 36%
Mr. Ellsworth M. Statler *
Mr. Yerbury G. Burnham †
75th Reunion
Class of 1932
65th Reunion
Class of 1947
Annual: $500
Overall Participation: 50%
Annual: $7,350
Overall Participation: 67%
Mr. Harold Van B. Richard †
Class of 1935
Annual: $200
Overall Participation: 50%
Mr. Robert L. Tapscott, Sr.
Class of 1940
Annual: $185
Overall Participation: 60%
Mr. L. Gillespie Erskine, Jr. †
Mr. DeLong O. Kellogg †
Mr. George C. Kiefer, Jr.
Class of 1941
Annual: $1,000
Overall Participation: 67%
Mr. John L. Tyler †
Mr. Valleau Wilkie, Jr.
Class of 1943
Annual: $500
Capital/Endowment: $80,203
Overall Participation: 40%
Mr. C. Robert Clausen *
Mr. Richard P. Westcott †
Mr. Robert H. Breckinridge †
Mr. Richard S. Hale
Mr. Lewis R. M. Hall †
Mr. N. Darrell Harvey III †
Mr. David J. Sautter †
Mr. Laurence C. Schiffenhaus †
Mr. John W. Steinmuller †
Mr. John R. Whitton, Jr. †
Class of 1948
Annual: $41,832
Capital/Endowment: $19,128
Overall Participation: 67%
Dr. Raymond C. Bartlett †
Mr. Jim H. Bates * †
Mr. George Beavers III †
Mr. Walter C. Bradford †
Mr. Richard R. Gillespie
Mr. William H. Holden, Jr.
Mr. Frederick G. Jarvis †
Mr. Ralph W. Overfield †
Dr. Kenneth W. Purdy, Jr. †
Mr. Roy R. Raizen †
Mr. Joseph A. Schiffenhaus †
Mr. George W. Young †
Class of 1944
Class of 1949
Annual: $6,326
Overall Participation: 71%
Annual: $6,650
Overall Participation: 64%
Mr. Ronald G. Erskine †
Mr. Gregory P. Merrill †
Major Osmond W. Priaulx †
Mr. Thomas C. Weatherill
Dr. Jack M. Zimmerman †
Class of 1945
Annual: $350
Capital/Endowment: $197,529
Overall Participation: 38%
Mr. Harry B. Lewis †
Mr. William G. Thompson *
Mr. Albert J. Wright III †
Mr. E. Hal Bogardus
Mr. William G. Garrison †
Mr. Merwin R. Haskel, Jr. †
Mr. Hugh P. Lowenstein
Mr. Thomas L. Maker †
Mr. Herb McGrew †
Mr. George C. McKinney †
Mr. John W. Patten †
Mr. Jerome Priest
Mr. Robert Friedlander †
Mr. Robert F. Handy †
Mr. Nathaniel Huggins III †
Mr. Robert W. Kenney †
Sir Eddie Kulukundis O.B.E.
Mr. Daniel P. Miller
Mr. Robert H. Pape †
Mr. Donald W. Thomas †
Mr. Winslow G. Tuttle †
Class of 1951
Annual: $1,200
Capital/Endowment: $100
Overall Participation: 33%
Mr. Richard W. Haskel †
Mr. James F. Stebbins †
Mr. Coleman C. Yeaw †
Mr. Carl A. Biddulph †
Mr. Alfred F. Cooke III
Mr. W. Dallon Moore, Jr. †
Mr. Robert D. Trotta, Esq.
Mr. Raymond A. Yost
Class of 1956
Annual: $56,274
Overall Participation: 32%
Mr. Joel S. Black †
Mr. Nathaniel B. Day †
Mr. Donald B. Hajec †
Col. Peter N. McFarlane
USAF (Ret.) *
Mr. Peter C. Nilsen †
Mr. Robert B. Stewart †
Mr. Rodman K. Tilt, Jr. †
55th Reunion
Class of 1957
60th Reunion
Class of 1952
Annual: $7,250
Capital/Endowment: $2,000
Overall Participation: 44%
Mr. Jeremy S. Davis * †
Mr. George E. Forsen
Mr. Henry L. Heminway †
Mr. Peter C. Luquer
Mr. Llewellyn G. Ross †
Mr. Broadus Thompson †
Mr. George S. Weaver, Jr. †
Class of 1953
Annual: $2,225
Overall Participation: 31%
Mr. Douglas B. Allen
Mr. Ralph M. McDermid
Mr. Timothy S. Scott
Mr. Charles L. Sherman IV
Mr. Wesley R. Tinker III †
Class of 1954
Annual: $850
Capital/Endowment: $122,677
Overall Participation: 27%
Mr. William W. Bartlett *
Mr. Peter Q. Bohlin †
Mr. Stuart Williamson †
Mr. Hilary G. Woodhouse †
Annual: $6,900
Overall Participation: 39%
Mr. Herbert M. Altman †
Mr. Bruce S. Beresford
Mr. David H. Haffenreffer †
Mr. Anthony P. Hoag †
Mr. Bradford W. Ketchum, Jr. †
Mr. W. Gerow Schick, Jr. †
Mr. H. Crosby Foster II
Class of 1958
Annual: $1,634
Capital/Endowment: $1,000
Overall Participation: 19%
Mr. Milton A. Bristol, Jr. †
Mr. Michael Moore * †
Mr. Cornelius B. Waud †
Class of 1959
Annual: $161,565
Capital/Endowment: $730,650
Overall Participation: 44%
Mr. Richard M. Altman †
Mr. John W. Childs (Hon.) †
Mr. James van B. Dresser †
Mr. Richard D. Field †
Mr. Edward F. Glassmeyer †
Mr. Ronald Glenn †
Mr. C. Cowdrey Grant †
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Mr. Edward R. Johnson †
Mr. Walter V. Johnson †
Mr. Andrew Parker, Jr.
The Reverend Stephen D.
Parker, Jr.
Mr. Michael S. Sylvester †
Class of 1960
Annual: $17,632
Overall Participation: 55%
Mr. Jackson W. Foley, Jr. †
Mr. George Whiting Hebard, Jr. †
Mr. Chester W. Kitchings, Jr. †
Mr. Brewster B. Perkins
50th Reunion
Class of 1962
Annual: $9,000
Overall Participation: 41%
Mr. Paul M. Hughes †
Mr. Christopher W. Hutchinson †
Mr. David McCargo III †
Mr. John E. Olson
Mr. C. Chandler Pohl †
Mr. Robert Typermass †
Class of 1961
Mr. Peter S. Barnett
Mr. William J. Hein *
Mr. David G. Howell
Mr. George G. Huntoon II †
Mr. Charles W. Jones †
Mr. Henry B. Laidlaw III
Mr. Simmons B. Savage III
Mr. Malcolm B. Vilas III †
Mr. H. Edward Weidlich, Jr.
Annual: $26,775
Capital/Endowment: $10,000
Overall Participation: 32%
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Barnard †
Mr. Peter P. Clark †
Mr. Thomas H. Collins †
Class of 1963
Annual: $2,300
Overall Participation: 28%
Mr. Gavin Brackenridge
Mr. Bruce E. Bradley †
Mr. James B. Clarke †
Mr. Joseph W. Frost
Mr. John M. Gross, Jr.
Mr. W. Wesselink Keur †
Mr. Virgil C. Shutze, Jr.
Mr. Timothy W. Thompson †
Dr. Richard S. Childs, Jr.
Class of 1964
Annual: $18,395
Overall Participation: 62%
Mr. Nicholas Ames
Mr. J. Bryan Anthony †
Mr. Peter O. Bengston
Mr. John G. Brim †
Mr. John W. Brooks †
Dr. Hugh A. Brown †
Mr. Joseph D. Emmons †
Mr. Robert D. Gott †
Mr. David F. Harris, Jr. †
Mr. Robert F. Hill †
Mr. John H. Moorhead
Mr. Thomas H. Nicholson †
Mr. Michael Van Winkle †
Class of 1965
Annual: $17,570
Capital/Endowment: $250
Overall Participation: 46%
Mr. Bruce D.F. Cooper
Mr. James F. Dickerson †
Mr. Nicholas R. Duke, Sr. †
Mr. Peter L. Fairchild
Mr. W. Frederic Grey
Mr. Michael Graves Huntoon
Mr. Keith A. Johnson
Mr. David E. Lebens †
Mr. Robinson Leech, Jr.
Mr. Jeffrey W. Lozier †
Mr. Quentin Meyer †
Mr. George P. Mills
Cmdr. Charles W. Nation, Jr.
USN(Ret.) †
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Mr. Keith M. Pinter †
Mr. John C. Speh, Jr. †
Mr. Wilmot F. Wheeler III †
Class of 1966
Annual: $29,350
Overall Participation: 43%
Mr. William H. Cronin III †
Mr. Preston Everdell †
Mr. George A. Hubbard †
Mr. John L. Kemmerer III †
Mr. John P. McKay, Jr. †
Mr. Victor O. Prall †
Mr. Theodore S. Proxmire
Mr. Allen E. Schaefer †
Mr. Burton G. Tremaine III
Mr. Alexander B. Wheeler, Jr. †
45th Reunion
Class of 1967
Annual: $21,529
Capital/Endowment: $50,000
Overall Participation: 39%
Mr. DeWitt L. Alexandre, Jr. †
Mr. G. Vietor Davis, Jr. †
Mr. Frederick A. Dick †
Mr. Charles D. Dickey III †
Mr. H. James Field, Jr.
Mr. Edward H. Fitch IV †
Mr. Robert L. Miller
Mr. Daniel P. Samson, Jr.
Mr. Edward C. A. Wachtmeister †
Mr. R. David Williams
Mr. Frederick L. Wood †
Class of 1968
Annual: $2,370
Overall Participation: 21%
Dr. Newell Garfield III
Mr. A. Brewster Lawrence III
Mr. Francis H. Ludington III
Mr. Ian A. McCurdy †
Mr. William L. Schaeffer
Mr. Donald C. Schnackel †
Mr. Peyton R. Smith †
Class of 1969
Annual: $10,500
Overall Participation: 25%
Mr. Alan Amos, Jr. †
Dr. James E. Childs †
Mr. William O. Hiltz †
Mr. E. Coe Kerr III †
Mr. Thomas C. Lincoln †
Class of 1970
Annual: $43,600
Overall Participation: 18%
Mr. Barron G. Collier II †
Mr. Willard D. Dickerson, Jr. †
Dr. Stephen A. Townes
Mr. W. Ross Vanvoorhees †
Mr. Peter B. Williams
Mr. Christopher W. Wood †
Class of 1971
Annual: $5,600
Overall Participation: 19%
Mr. Malcolm C. Foster
Mr. Stephen D. Guest †
Mr. David F. Haddow †
Mr. Bart Hamlin
Mr. Cooper H. Morris
Mr. Edmund O. Noel
Mr. Chris A. Rallis †
40th Reunion
Class of 1972
Annual: $9,750
Overall Participation: 40%
Mr. James W. Blauvelt †
Mr. Thomas C. Block †
Mr. William G. Daniels †
Mr. Manuel de Yturbe
Mr. Donald A. Eurich
Mr. Stuart P. Hall
Mr. Richard M. Hartmann, Jr.
Mr. Andrew D. Hemingway
Mr. Robert G. Manice †
Mr. Roger W. McKee †
Mr. Oliver C. Scholle, Jr.
Mr. Crane M. Taylor †
Mr. Max D. Ulrich †
Mr. Hugh W. Whipple †
Class of 1973
Annual: $2,380
Capital/Endowment: $15,000
Overall Participation: 23%
Anonymous †
Mr. Andrew R. Ahrens †
Mr. James E. Byron, Jr.
Mr. Douglas K. Childs †
Mr. F. Eldridge Hammond †
Mr. Paul E. Haviland
Mr. J. Parrish Lawrence, Jr.
Mr. John S. B. Oler, Sr. ‡ †
Mr. Mark D. Segalla
Mr. David W. Thomas †
Mr. Walter D. Wick †
Class of 1974
Annual: $3,625
Overall Participation: 23%
Mr. Peter A. Clauson
Mr. Peter G. Clifford †
Mr. Michael T. P. Cronin
Mr. Joshua F. Hart
Mr. Timothy J. Heekin
Mr. James E. Lansbury †
Mr. Jeffrey D. Weinstein †
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey W. Wheeler †
Class of 1975
Annual: $3,460
Overall Participation: 13%
Mr. James M. Bates †
Mr. Frederick S. Bowditch †
Mr. C. Hayes Miller †
Mr. Peter P. Sowles †
Mr. Alexander C. Stewart, Jr. †
Class of 1976
Annual: $8,394
Capital/Endowment: $50,000
Overall Participation: 25%
Mr. Lawrence F. Bissell
Mr. Bill Bushing III †
Mr. William R. Harris, Jr. †
Mr. G. Anthony Horkan III †
Mr. Keith J. Kasper †
Dr. Alexander S. Kloman †
Dr. Peter O. LeViness, Ph.D. †
Mr. Henry C. Pitney
Mr. Mark K. Schmidt †
Mr. Charles S. Smith III †
35th Reunion
Class of 1977
Annual: $3,440
Capital/Endowment: $3,002
Overall Participation: 26%
Mr. Richard L. Blum III
Dr. Peter J. Doelger †
Mr. Michael R. Eckel
Mr. Joseph C. M. Hall †
Mr. Arthur Judson III
Mr. David L. Mathus †
Mr. David H. McKillop, Jr.
Mr. Alexander H. Middendorf †
Dr. Jonathan T. Phinney, Ph.D.
Mr. John Ryerson III
Class of 1978
Annual: $3,225
Overall Participation: 9%
Mr. Christopher C. Bushing
Mr. Edward F. Dwight
Mr. Crawford M. Hamilton †
Mr. Stephen J. Lasner †
Class of 1979
Annual: $15,110
Capital/Endowment: $1,000
Overall Participation: 26%
Mr. Nicholas W. Brown
Mr. Kevin C. Cowley
Mr. Tim Fitzpatrick
Mr. William R. Gay †
Mr. James W. Gerard V †
Mr. David S. C. Kusuma
Mr. Campbell B. Langdon †
Mr. James E. Lineberger, Jr. †
Mr. C. Bruton Lynch †
Class of 1980
Annual: $5,426
Overall Participation: 19%
Mr. Bradford S. Dimeo †
Mr. Mark C. Hess †
Mr. Christopher J. Kittredge
Mr. Francis E. Martin III
Mr. Arlington B. McCrum III †
Mr. James P. Robinson USCG
Mr. David S. Spalding †
Mr. John J. Stanton III †
Mr. Edward J. Swibold
Class of 1981
Annual: $32,260
Capital/Endowment: $500
Overall Participation: 36%
Mr. Matthew B. Bryden †
Mr. John F. Erdmann III †
Mr. Michael J. Gans
Mr. Thomas Y. Gaston
Mr. J. Guyer Goodnow
Mr. Christopher A. Gorycki †
Mr. and Mrs. David T. Harrington †
Mr. Scott G. Kennedy †
Mr. Stuart W. McAllister
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph G. McDermid †
Mr. James M. Orrell
Mr. William R. Pollard †
Mr. Scott A. Root †
Mr. Edward B. Sheridan †
Mr. William G. Stoops, Jr. †
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Mr. Gene Weymouth †
Mr. Timothy P. Woolworth
Mr. Peter B. Sweeny
Mr. George A. Thornton IV †
Mr. Todd P. Zecher
Class of 1985
30th Reunion
Class of 1982
Annual: $27,400
Capital/Endowment: $100
Overall Participation: 46%
Anonymous
Mr. Jerry Bates †
Mr. George Beavers IV
Mr. Anthony J. D. Cadwalader
Mr. John S. Cochran
Mr. Benjamin F. duPont
Mr. Jonathan N. Faville
Mr. M. Briggs Forelli
Mr. D. Nathaniel Haskell
Mr. Scott C. Kane †
Mr. Christian C. Kelly
Mr. Christopher A. Kostanecki †
Mr. Lewis C. Ledyard III
Mr. Michael Lieder †
Mr. Robert T. Noyes
Mr. Jörg Schwarz †
Mr. Theodore B. Smith III
Mr. Siraveth Sukhanetr
Mr. Ronald W. Turko
Mr. Brian J. Vogt †
Annual: $5,052
Capital/Endowment: $2,500
Overall Participation: 31%
Mr. Gordon J. Boozer
Mr. Lawrence H. DeVoe
Mr. Kelley P. Doran †
Mr. Laurence H. Goodyear †
Mr. Christopher C. Jeter
Mr. Thomas G. Johnson, Jr. †
Mr. Lansing R. Palmer, Jr.
Mr. John S. Skok †
Mr. Mark M. Thompson
Mr. Tyler E. Thors †
Mr. George N. Whitmore †
Mr. Timothy A. Wike †
Mr. Robert P. Zabel, Jr.
Annual: $29,120
Capital/Endowment: $20,000
Overall Participation: 28%
Mr. Nathaniel W. Creamer
Mr. Matthew N. Doolittle †
Mr. Jeremy L. Gordon †
Mr. W. Reed Johnston, Jr.
Mr. Charles R. Lynch †
Mr. Andre C. Marshall
Mr. Steven T. Noneman †
Mr. Christopher G. Overbye
Mr. Charles K. Owen †
Mr. Richard L. Turnure
Mr. Charles F. L. Ward
Mr. Pieter A. Wernink
Mr. Li Zhang †
Annual: $50,797
Capital/Endowment: $42,500
Overall Participation: 10%
Class of 1984
Annual: $60,554
Capital/Endowment: $10,544
Overall Participation: 24%
Class of 1991
Annual: $8,310
Capital/Endowment: $7,000
Overall Participation: 22%
Annual: $6,351
Capital/Endowment: $60,000
Overall Participation: 20%
Mr. Kevin G. Boll, Jr.
Mr. Robert C. Burlington, Jr.
Mr. Will Yoder Campbell
Mr. John W. Cartwright III
Mr. Brewster M. Crosby †
Mr. Ian A. Findlay †
Mr. Field L. Glover CFRE
Mr. David C. Leavy
Mr. Morris W. Macleod
Mr. Kenneth S. Marran
Mr. Douglass S. Munro
Mr. James E. Simon †
Mr. Lockwood T. Sloan
Mr. Lawrence N. Trabulsi
Mr. Andrew M. Williams †
Mr. Christopher M. Bernard †
Mr. John K. Colgate III †
Mr. Richard Curtis (Hon.) †
Mr. Todd M. Graves
Mr. Benjamin I. Haight †
Mr. Brady C. Knight ●
Mr. J. Patrick Moran, Jr. †
Mr. Christopher G. Munro †
Mr. Timothy N. Reardon †
Mr. Timothy E. Sinclair †
Mr. Edward S. Trippe, Jr.
Mr. Christopher K. Valentine
Class of 1989
Class of 1986
Class of 1983
Mr. Edward L. Babington, Jr.
Mr. Gregory S. Erdmann
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Feeney, Jr. †
Mr. Herbert A. May III †
Mr. Timothy G. Reed †
Mr. T. Williams Roberts III †
Class of 1988
25th Reunion
Class of 1987
Annual: $16,100
Overall Participation: 20%
Mr. Courtney Bartlett ‡ †
Mr. John M. Hurley †
Mr. Paul D. Marran †
Mr. Charles Thomas O’Neil
Mr. Richard E. Riegel III †
Mr. Bradley B. Root †
Mr. Peter L. Rutledge †
Mr. Charles McKown Spofford †
Mr. Hardie M. Stevens
Mr. Courtland A. Boyle
Mr. Kevin C. Coleman
Mr. Kerry Dakin
Mr. Geoffrey R. Lynch †
Mr. Robert V. Moderelli
Mr. Jeffrey D. Olson
Mr. Jerome F. O’Neill
Mr. Gary N. Otten †
Mr. John A. Reichert †
Annual: $5,690
Overall Participation: 21%
Anonymous
Mr. Jeremy L. Birdsall †
Mr. Samuel A. Bradley †
Mr. Christopher B. Clark, Jr. †
Mr. James B. Dawson
Mr. Hiram W. Emery III †
Mr. Davis B. Martin
Mr. Gregory H. Rooney
Mr. Thomas P. Sawyer, Jr. †
Mr. Charles R. Simonds, Jr. †
Mr. Prescott D. Stewart †
Mr. James J. Todd
Class of 1990
Annual: $14,800
Capital/Endowment: $200
Overall Participation: 19%
Mr. Christopher H. Blundin †
Mr. Matthew Fitzgerald
Mr. Joseph E. Flores
De Meneses, Jr. †
Mr. David V. Madden
Mr. Robert Harding Metz †
Mr. Rhonan Mokriski †
Mr. Jeffrey C. Morin †
Mr. McCleane K. Munro
Mr. Henry B. Peltz
Mr. Briggs N. Porter
Mr. Lucas E. Watson †
20th Reunion
Class of 1992
Annual: $29,550
Capital/Endowment: $201,000
Overall Participation: 20%
Mr. Andrew C. Agor
Mr. Edward A. Allen †
Mr. Kenneth G. Dewey
Mr. Daniel M. Fox †
Dr. Brian D. Graves †
Mr. Chinam C. Kry †
Mr. Kristopher S. Loomis
Mr. G. Philip Lynch III
Mr. Michael W. Malafronte
Mr. Mills L. Morrison, Jr. †
Mr. Mark T. Mulvoy †
Mr. Ian B. Murphy
Mr. Erik A. Olson
Mr. Ezra H. Ripple V †
Mr. Nathan A. Spooner
Class of 1993
Annual: $1,400
Capital/Endowment: $2,000
Overall Participation: 10%
Mr. Michael T. Anastasio †
Mr. Christopher Brown (Hon.)
Mr. A. Porter Collins
Mr. Elisha W. Long
Mr. J. Carter Rose
Dr. Charles F. Scoggin
Mr. J. McGean Tremaine, Jr.
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Class of 1994
Annual: $2,340
Capital/Endowment: $2,000
Overall Participation: 14%
Mr. J. Matthew Cassin
Mr. Richard H. Kiene III †
Mr. Eben M. MacNeille
Mr. Joshua C. Mandel
Mr. M. Ross Molloy †
Mr. Christopher W. O’Rourke
Mr. Alexander T. Raday
Mr. Webster S. Thompson
Mr. Nishan P. Vartanian
Class of 1995
Annual: $2.125
Overall Participation: 19%
Mr. David S. Binswanger †
Mr. Hugh Cheney (Hon.) †
Mr. Preston F. Death
Mr. Avery L. Draper
Mr. Scott S. Fox †
Mr. Christopher F. Grinda
Mr. James W. Johnson III
Mr. Joshua D. Mattison †
Mr. Jerry Romano
Mr. W. Tyler Ronald
Mr. Erik Carl Robert Wachtmeister
Class of 1996
Annual: $3,600
Capital/Endowment: $500
Overall Participation: 14%
Mr. Christopher J. Brislin †
Mr. Forrest T. Deleot
Mr. Stuart E. Graham III
Mr. Simeon R. Ketchum †
Mr. Seamus S. Lamb
Mr. Matthew Magiera
Mr. Max R. Seigle †
Mr. Archibald A. Smith IV
Mr. Luke E. T. Smith
Class of 1998
15th Reunion
Class of 1997
Annual: $14,908
Overall Participation: 18%
Anonymous
Mr. David P. Bailey †
Mr. Frederick Beck III †
Mr. Bradford R. Bevis
Mr. Carroll J. Cavanagh III
Mr. Andrew M. Graham †
Mr. Hanley M. Holcomb
Mr. Eavenson S. Horter
Mr. John R. Mansfield
Mr. Michael B. Masius, Jr.
Mr. David J. Myers
Mr. Ethan P. Rice †
Mr. Phillip T. Summers †
Annual: $5,510
Overall Participation: 20%
Mr. Jonathan T. Connors
Mr. Jason F. Indelicato †
Mr. Jonathan I. McEvoy
Mr. Nicholas J. Miesen
Mr. Devin Lance Price †
Mr. J. Wood Rutter (Hon.) †
Mr. Jonas T. V. Valenti
Mr. Carl Edward A. Wachtmeister †
Mr. David A. Weintraub
Mr. James M. Weir †
Mr. Justin D. White †
Class of 1999
Annual: $6,865
Overall Participation: 11%
Mr. David E. Friedman †
Mr. David J. Greiner †
Mr. H. Trevor Harlow
Mr. Michael R. McLeod †
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Class of 2000
Mr. Steven C. Lunau, Jr.
Mr. Andrew J. McLachlan
Mr. Alexander M. Meek
Mr. C. Paxton Ramsdell †
Class of 2004
Annual: $4,600
Overall Participation: 9%
Annual: $655
Overall Participation: 12%
Mr. Gregory D. Shuhy
Mr. Christopher R. Tillson, Jr.
Mr. Peter C. Watts
Mr. John Stuart W. Bailey †
Mr. Andreas Boye †
Mr. Kevin P. Grady
Mr. James M. Panczykowski
Mr. Thomas M. Pierandri
Mr. Tucker M. Veenis
Anonymous
Mr. Theodore R. Ahrens †
Mr. Jonathan M. Bates
Mr. Charles W. Callahan
Mr. Ned Corkery (Hon.) †
Mr. Andrew M. E. Guild
Mr. Peter H. Lynch
Mr. Benjamin R. Schopp
Mr. Wesley A. Worthington
Class of 2001
Annual: $7,565
Capital/Endowment: $650
Overall Participation: 19%
Mr. Peter J. Baiocco
Mr. Edward C. M. Brown
Mr. William A. Faison
Mr. Eric D. Girard
Mr. Peter D. Gross
Mr. James D. Keogh
Mr. Cornelius J. Manning
Mr. Ryan M. Murphy
Mr. David R. Sandals
Mr. Nicholas D. White †
Mr. Anthony C. Woodruff (Hon.)
Mr. Parker E. Young †
Mr. John E. Atkins
Mr. Bryan T. Bendjy
Mr. William H. Forrence
Mr. Jonathan D. Gilbert
Mr. Colin R. Griggs
Mr. Willet V. H. Hossfeld
Mr. Elliot M. Hovey †
Mr. Michael D. Lionetti †
Mr. Garrett S. Lunden
Mr. Timothy M. Rees
Mr. Matthew G. Seager
Mr. Gabriel J. Tash
Class of 2003
Annual: $3,625
Overall Participation: 10%
Class of 2009
Annual: $573
Overall Participation: 10%
Mr. Coty J. Burgess
Mr. Edward C. Callahan
Mr. William H. Casertano
Mr. Robert M. Jubinville
Mr. Noah J. Merksamer
Mr. Stefan Merriam
Mr. David H. Renner
Mr. Michael C. E. Roth
Class of 2005
Class of 2010
Annual: $175
Overall Participation: 4%
Annual: $870
Capital/Endowment: $159
Overall Participation: 14%
Mr. Nicolas R. Cantone
Mr. Llewellyn G. Ross III
Mr. Cooper B. Stuart, Jr.
Class of 2006
Annual: $11,160
Overall Participation: 7%
Anonymous
Mr. Tyler H. Cassell †
Mr. Austin E. Ladd
Mr. Nicholas M. Logothetis
Mr. Benjamin R. Mitchell
10th Reunion
Class of 2002
Annual: $2,730
Overall Participation: 15%
Mr. Ted A. Gilbane †
Mr. Samuel S. Hwang
Mr. Matthew R. Machucki
Mr. John Eric Snellman, Jr.
5th Reunion
Class of 2007
Annual: $3,585
Overall Participation: 8%
Mr. Alejandro S. Canet
Mr. William R. Harris III †
Mr. Nicholas J. Jaskowiak
Mr. Benjamin D. Ketchum †
Mr. James A. Macdonald †
Mr. John Brendan O’Toole
Mr. Patrick J. Powers
Class of 2008
Annual: $2,350
Capital/Endowment: $750
Overall Participation: 8%
Mr. Sayre B. Brennan
Mr. Richard T. Flood, Jr. (Hon.) †
Mr. Scott M. Hampe
Mr. Kyle S. Beatty †
Mr. Ian T. Burkland
Mr. Peter D. Callahan
Mr. Michael J. Driscoll, Jr. †
Mr. Chad G. Berger
Cadet Zeric B. Butters
Mr. Hunter Q. Coe
Mr. Dennis M. Driscoll
Mr. Maxwell L. Edson
Mr. Brian K. Eggleston
Mr. Wesley T. Gomez
Mr. Nicholas L. Jordan
Mr. Chapman B. Kirby
Mr. Alexander M. Love
Mr. Whitney S. Montross
Mr. Matthew A. Mulvaney
Mr. Connor J. O’Keefe
Mr. Yong-Jin Park
Mr. Zachary A. Rohde
Mr. William Serri III
Mr. Yanbo Wang
Mr. William J. Woods
Class of 2011
Annual: $9,450
Capital/Endowment: $100
Overall Participation: 5%
Mr. Chisholm Chandler (Hon.) †
Mr. Christopher E. Garibaldi
Mr. Jonathon C. Richards
Mr. Benjamin L. Schlegel
Mr. Jeremy Shoykhet
Mr. Joshua D. Weinstein
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Parent Giving
Details regarding Sixth Form parent giving can be found on page 102.
2013 PARENT GIVING
Total Giving: $373,793
Annual Giving: $248,793
Capital/Endowment: $125,000
Overall Participation: 48%
Anonymous
Mr. and Mrs. Mutasim M. Alireza
Mrs. Simone A. Barrett and Dr. Peter W. Barrett
Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Bartlett ’84 ‡ †
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Brooks
Mr. and Mrs. Fenton D. Carey III
Mr. Lesse Castleberry
Mr. Phillip A. Clough
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Cole ‡
Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Cuozzo
Ms. Nancy Dorn and Mr. William Ris
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dush
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Edson, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ulrich Graebner
Ms. Amanda M. Graham
Mr. and Mrs. Brenton R. Grant III
Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Gudis
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hamilton
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Harrington
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Hibbard
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Horter ‡
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jasinski
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Joyce
Mrs. Akimova Lezzat and Mr. Daulet Kazhmuratov
Mr. and Mrs. David Kelsey †
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Lambo
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Macy, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Maymar
Ms. Kathleen McNamara and Mr. Jihad M. Mirza
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce M. Montgomerie ‡
Dr. and Mrs. Hee Bom Moon
Mr. Reed A. Morrison
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Nielsen
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. O’Shea
Mr. Jung Ho Park and Mrs. Young Sook Yoon
Mrs. Mary Rusterholz-Platt and Mr. Craig Platt
Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler J. Proctor
Mr. William F. Reed, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Brooks Robinson, Jr. ‡
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rolo
Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Rubin
Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Shaw
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Snellman, Sr.
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard S. P. Teye-Botchway
Ms. Hope Van Der Wolk
Mrs. Xiang Yun Liu and Mr. En Lai Zhang
2014 PARENT GIVING
Total Giving: $65,682
Annual Giving: $64,982
Capital/Endowment: $700
Overall Participation: 54%
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Alderman
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Appleby
Mrs. Julie Barrett O’Brien and Mr. David O’Brien
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Bates
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Brinegar
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Butler
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Campbell ‡
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan B. Clark
Mr. and Mrs. Dion Cominos
Ms. Blandy Coty
Ms. Aili di Bonaventura
Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. di Bonaventura
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Feldman
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Ferguson
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Floros
Professor Joy Young and Professor David Gewanter
Dr. L. Masae Kawamura and Dr. Glen Gormezano
Mr. Roy T. Grant
Mr. Jaekyung Hahm and Mrs. Jehee Chang
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Hamilton
Dr. Peter Higgins and
Dr. Barbara Payson Oberg-Higgins
Ms. Nancy Hulkower
Ms. Thi-Thu Huong
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Isen, Esq.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Jones III
Mrs. Ki Hyang Park and Mr. Sung Jong Kim
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Kurty ‡
Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Langlois †
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf L. Laveran ‡
Mr. and Mrs. John Leary †
Mrs. Shin Ja Kim and Mr. Chan Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph G. McDermid ’81 †
Mr. and Mrs. Sean C. McDonald
Ms. Nina K. Merrill ‡
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce M. Montgomerie ‡
Ms. Carla Owens
Mr. and Mrs. Martin V. Rambusch
Mr. and Mrs. Brent Rice
Mr. and Mrs. John Rote
Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Rubin
Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Shaw
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Soule, Jr.
Mrs. Xin Yin and Mr. Weidong Tao
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Winston
2015 PARENT GIVING
Total Giving: $222,362
Annual Giving: $222,362
Capital/Endowment: $0
Overall Participation: 73%
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Cain
Mr. and Mrs. Gregg K. Carpenter †
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Chiu
Mr. Ji Hoon Chun and Mrs. Mi lan Kim
Mr. Jong Tae Chung and Mrs. Hee Sug Shin
Mr. Lewis Clayton and Ms. Nancy Adelson
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Costan
Captain and Mrs. Daniel C. Cross
Mr. Matthew O. Edevbie
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Elmore, Esq.
Dr. Heejong Eun and Dr. Heejung Kim
Mr. Hongwei Fan and Mrs. DanShao Fan
Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Gonzalez
Mr. and Mrs. David T. Harrington ‘81 †
Mrs. Kerry Hatch
Dr. Kellie A. Holmstrom and Dr. Craig T. Coccia
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Kane
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Keehn
Mr. Hong Keun Kim and Mrs. Seung Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks J. Klimley
Mr. Edward J. Latessa
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Marchesi
Dr. Mark Marshall and Mrs. Silloo Peters-Marshall
Mr. Jeffrey May & Dr. Mary O’Neill
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. O’Shea
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Perkins
Mr. Robert S. Rousseau
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Segalla
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Smith
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard S. P. Teye-Botchway
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic W. Thomas, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln H. Turner
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson T. Wong
Mr. Ihl Soo Yang and Mrs. Hye Won Yoon
Mr. Jinong Zhang and Mrs. Qin Wang
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Sixth Form Parent Giving
For over twenty years, the parents of Salisbury’s graduating seniors have
directed their giving to support significant priority projects advanced by
the headmaster and the Board of Trustees. These projects typically are
major capital improvements to the School, including academic and athletic
facilities or key endowed funds, including endowed teaching fellowships, to
attract and retain excellent faculty.
The Class of 2012 Sixth Form Gift is both historic and significant – the renovation and restoration on Main’s front entrance. The front door of Main,
overlooking the Chapel and the breathtaking Taconic foothills, is literally
the “front door” of the School. From admissions families to current students on their way from breakfast to chapel, to returning alumni, it is the
entry into Salisbury’s signature building. While generously reflecting the
Sixth Form Gift Fund
Overall Giving: $855,699
Overall Participation: 67%
history of the School, Salisbury’s “front door” and admissions lobby also
reflect the wear and tear of a well-used, much loved, older building.
Sixth Form Gift
(Class of 2012): $844,599
After much reflection, the School engaged its award-winning architectural
firm, OMR Associates, to provide plans to renovate and restore the front
entrance and the admissions lobby, creating a bright, comfortable front
Annual Fund Giving: $49,937
Other Projects: $10,000
entrance to the School. The design increases the usable space in the admissions lobby, greatly improves the flow of foot traffic and dramatically
enhances the unparalleled view of the hills. The plans and the results are
dramatic and thoughtful. This project will reinvigorate our signature building while honoring and respecting its history.
It is with deep gratitude and thanks that we acknowledge those Class of
2012 families who committed $844,599 to this splendid project. With additional giving by grandparents and others, the total amount raised for this
project was $855,699. The names of the boys from the Class of 2012 will be
preserved on a plaque that will be permanently installed in this new space.
Sixth Form Gift Committee
Mr. and Mrs. David I. Brunson, co-chair
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Carfora III
Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Coe
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Ladd
Mr. and Mrs. Brian McCarthy
Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald
Mr. and Mrs. John S. B. Oler, Sr., co-chair
Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Ramos
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Anonymous
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bagwell †
Mr. and Mrs. Brent A. Banas
Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan D. Brodie †
Mr. and Mrs. David I. Brunson ‡ †
Mr. and Mrs. C. John Calder
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Carey †
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Carfora III ‡
Mrs. Hee Jin Sang and Dr. Jun Hwan Cho
Dr. and Mrs. Marc A. Cluzel
Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Coe ‡ †
Mr. Lawrence Creel
Mr. Willem F. P. de Vogel †
Mr. Chadwick G. Dodd
Mrs. Sara Dodd-Spickelmier & Mr. Keith Spickelmier
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Feeney, Jr. ’83 †
Mrs. Anne Marie Fields
Mrs. Cindy-Lu Fitch †
Mr. Donald R. Fitch, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fitzsimmons
Mrs. Constance C. Frazier
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gillis
Mr. and Mrs. Steve S. Goldberg
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Haft
Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Herter, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Tetsuo Hirata †
Mr. and Mrs. Randall S. Hosley, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hussey, Jr.
Mrs. Mi Young Um and Mr. Tae Hwa Jung
Mrs. Ju Yeon Yu and Mr. Hun Jung Kim
Mr. and Mrs. John Kleckner
Mrs. Maria Krajnakova and Mr. Milan Krajnak
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Ladd ‡
Mr. and Mrs. John Leary †
Mr. and Mrs. David LeBreton
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Leonard
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff C. Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Mattson
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. May III ’83 †
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Mazeika †
Mr. and Mrs. Brian McCarthy ‡ †
Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald ‡
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Merriam
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander H. Middendorf ’77 †
Mr. Arthur E. Mittnacht
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Montross IV †
Mr. Geoffrey F. Morris
Ms. Edie Murphy
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy O’Connor
Mr. and Mrs. John S. B. Oler, Sr. ’73 ‡ †
Mr. Seong Ha Park and Mrs. Eun Ju Kook †
Mr. and Mrs. James Pieterse
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Powers †
Mr. and Mrs. Mike J. Pryzbek
Mr. and Ms. Warren K. Racusin
Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Ramos ‡ †
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Reunert
Ms. Dara M. Seaman †
Mr. Robert Shepley, Jr.
Mrs. Maeve B. Shugrue
Ms. Bonnie Smithers †
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Stevens
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Strife
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Teague
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Truini, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tuccio, Jr. *
Mrs. Andrea W. Walton
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Williams
Mr. Marek Zielonka and Mrs. Bozena Leskiewicz
Ms. Diane Zissu
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Parents of Alumni, Past Grandparents, Grandparents,
Friends, Former Faculty, Staff and Trustees
Total Giving: $3,163,264
Annual Giving: $893,649
Capital/Endowment Giving: $2,269,616
Overall Participation: 16%
Anonymous
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew R. Ahrens ’73 †
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Alderman
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt L. Alexandre, Jr. ’67 †
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Allen †
Mr. Leland Alper
Mr. Richard M. Altman ’59 †
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Ames ’64
Mrs. Hannelore Armend
Mr. and Mrs. V. Kelley Armour
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hunter Atkins †
Mr. Jan Austell †
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Babington
The Reverend and Mrs. Edwin P. Bailey †
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bailey, Jr. †
Dr. Scott Bailey & Mrs. Kimberli Bailey
Ms. Leslie B. Barker
Mr. William W. Bartlett ’54 *
Mrs. Ellen I. Bates †
Mr. Jim H. Bates ’48 * †
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Bates ’75 †
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Battaglia
Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Battey
Mrs. Donna Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Beatty
Ms. Gay Semler Estin and
Mr. George Beavers III ’48 †
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Bell, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Bell †
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Belter
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bergenty
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln C. Bertaccini
Mrs. Bonnie Blodgett Bethea †
The Rev. Dr. Charles A. Bevan, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Billingsley
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Binswanger †
The Reverend and Mrs. James A. Birdsall
Mr. and Mrs. Joel S. Black ’56 †
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bliss †
Ms. Ginni Block
Mr. and Mrs. John R. H. Blum
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Blundin
Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. Booth †
Mr. and Mrs. Willard S. Boothby, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Boyer †
Mr. and Mrs. Guy D. Bradford
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Bradford ’48 †
Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Bradshaw
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Brady †
Mr. Paul A. Bragg
Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Brainerd
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bredenfoerder †
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brennan
Mr. David E. Bright
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Brim ’64 †
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Brinegar
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell H. Bronk †
Mr. Christopher Brown ’93 (Hon.) and
Ms. Jane Beddall
Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Brush
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bubacy
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Buehner †
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buonafede
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burden
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Burgess, Jr. †
Mr. Paul E. Burke III
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Burkland
Ms. Hilary Burrall
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Busselle
Ms. Cynthia F. Buster †
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Callahan †
Mr. and Mrs. David Carter
Mrs. Joan Carter †
Mr. and Mrs. Drew J. Casertano †
Ms. Edna Casman
Mr. Keith E. Cassell †
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Cassin
Mr. and Mrs. Brian C. Celiberti
Mrs. William G. Chafee †
Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Chamberlin †
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Chandler, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Stuart Chase
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cheney ’95 (Hon.) †
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas K. Childs ’73 †
Dr. Richard S. Childs, Jr. ’63
Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Cichowski, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Clark, Jr.
Mr. C. Robert Clausen ’43 *
Ms. Annette F. Cloney
The Reverend and Mrs. Fergus Cochran
Dr. and Mrs. Charles P. Coggeshall
Mr. Francis I. G. Coleman †
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Colen, M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Barron G. Collier II ’70 †
Mr. Atwood Collins III †
Mr. and Mrs. Atwood P. Collins ’93
Ms. Connie B. Collins
Mr. Gary Cookson
Mr. Scott D. Cooper
Ms. Molly Corkery
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Corry
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Costan
Mr. William H. Cronin, Jr.
Mrs. Eva Cuozzo
Mr. and Mrs. Richard I. Curtis ’91 (Hon.) †
Mr. and Mrs. Howard G. Cushing
Mrs. Carolyn B. D’Alessandro †
Lt. and Mrs. James B. Dalton, Jr. †
Ms. Susan Daly-Rouse and Mr. Charles Rouse †
Mr. Sean F. D’Arcy
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. David †
Mr. and Mrs. David Dean
Ms. Debra A. Blair and Mr. J. Richard deBart
Mr. and Mrs. David DeLeeuw
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Delgreco
Mr. and Mrs. Walter DeMelle, Jr. †
Ms. Mary Ann Spurgeon Dias
Mr. John T. Dillon †
Mr. Dudley H. Dommerich
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome H. Doolittle
Mr. Richard Doran
Mr. and Mrs. Guy O. Dove III
Mr. and Mrs. Ford B. Draper, Jr.
Mr. James van B. Dresser ’59 †
Mr. and Mrs. H. Benjamin Duke III
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Dunlevy
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Dunwoody †
Mrs. Florence W. Durfee Hastings †
Mr. Murray P. Dwight
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Dwyer †
Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Edes †
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Edson †
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Eggleston
Mr. Whitney Ellsworth *
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Elmore, Esq.
Mr. and Mrs. David Elwell
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell F. Eveleth †
Mr. and Mrs. Ulf Evholt
Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Fabend
Mr. Chris Faicco
Mr. and Mrs. S. Lane Faison III
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Falk
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bradley Faus †
Mr. and Mrs. Sergi Fedorjaczenko
Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Feeney †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Ferguson
Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Field ’59 †
Mr. and Mrs. H. Peter Findlay †
Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Finneran III †
Dr. Adrianna Bravo and Mr. Matthew Fitzgerald ’90
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Fitzgerald †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Flood, Jr. ’03 (Hon.) †
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Flynn
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Forster †
Mr. and Mrs. H. Crosby Foster II ’57
Mr. and Mrs. Philip G. Franklin
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Friedman
Mrs. Elaine P. Frost †
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Fudali
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gardner
Ms. Patricia Ewing and Mr. John Garibaldi †
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Garrison ’49 †
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gaskin
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Gates, Jr. †
Ms. Carole M. Gaunt
Mr. and Mrs. Eric S. Gershon †
Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Getsinger
Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Gillespie ’48
Mr. and Mrs. Seamus M. Gilson †
Mr. Richard Giordano
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gomez
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Good †
Ms. Mary Jean C. Goodfellow †
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence H. Goodyear ’85 †
Mr. Donn H. Goss, Esq.
Mr. Albert Gottesman
Mr. Dmitri Goudkov
Mrs. George-Ann Gowan
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart E. Graham
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Graham, Jr.
Mr. Douglas A. Graves †
Mrs. Jeanne M. Graves
Ms. Susan C. Greenwood
Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Griffin †
Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Gross
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Gross
Mr. P. Benjamin Grosscup
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Guanci
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott W. Gumaer, Jr.
Mr. Stephen Gurman
Mr. and Mrs. David J. Hachey
Mrs. Anne C. Haddad
Mr. David S. Hagerman
Mr. and Mrs. Curt O. Hall III
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Halsell III †
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford M. Hamilton ’78 †
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hamilton
Mrs. Barbara B. Hamlin †
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin F. Hampe
Ms. G. Anne Harris and Mr. Seth M. Milliken †
Ms. Laura H. Harris †
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Harris, Jr. ’76 †
Mrs. Marilyn Hart †
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Harvey
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Haskel ’51 †
Ms. Joan C. Havens
Mrs. Christine Santini-Haviland and
Mr. Paul E. Haviland ’73
Mr. and Mrs. Coe C. Hawkins
Mr. John Heagle
Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Hearst
Mrs. Diane Hein
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hein ’62 *
Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Hemingway
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Hempstead
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hewat †
Dr. Peter Higgins and
Dr. Barbara Payson Oberg-Higgins
Mrs. Helen B. Hill
Mr. Landon Hilliard III †
Mr. and Mrs. William O. Hiltz ’69 †
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hintlian
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony P. Hoag ’57 †
Mr. Robert H. Hoenk
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Holm
Mr. and Mrs. Keith M. Holmes †
Mr. William R. Holton
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Horter ‡
Mr. and Mrs. Winchester Hotchkiss
Ms. Alison Hoversten
Mr. Philip E. Hoversten †
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Hovey, Jr. †
Mrs. Ruth D. Hoxton
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Hubbard
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Hughes, Jr. †
Ms. Nancy Hulkower
Mr. and Mrs. Alan S. Humphreys, Jr. †
Mrs. Paul Hung
Ms. Jurie C. Hwang †
Mr. John M. Hyde
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Ikard
Mr. Alan Inglis
Mr. and Mrs. Dana Jackson IV
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver J. Janney
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Jaskowiak
Mrs. Camille Jayne
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Jenkins †
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Jessup †
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Johnson †
Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Jones
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Jordan †
Mr. and Mrs. Cary R. Jubinville
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Judson II
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Julian, Jr.
Mr. Henri P. Junod, Jr. ●
Mr. Steven A. Kalin
Mr. Christopher Karachale
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Miles Kass †
Mr. and Mrs. Evan D. Kass
Dr. and Mrs. Kent T. Kay
Mr. David T. Kearns * †
Mrs. Shirley Kearns †
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Keehn
Mr. Daniel R. Kellams †
Mr. and Mrs. DeLong O. Kellogg ’40 †
Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Kellogg
Mr. and Mrs. David Kelsey †
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Kemmerer III ’66 †
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Kenan III †
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Kenney ’50 †
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford W. Ketchum, Jr. ’57 †
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Ketchum †
Mr. George C. Kiefer, Jr. ’40
Mrs. C. Victoria Kitchell
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks J. Klimley
Sir Eddie Kulukundis O.B.E. ’50 and
Mrs. Susan Kulukundis
Ms. Cynthia Ladd †
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Ladd
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Lamb †
Mr. John A. N. Lamont, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl P. Lane-Lopez †
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Langer
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lansbury ’74 †
Mrs. Rose Lansbury
Ms. Carol Lazarus
Mr. Steven Leblanc
Mr. Thomas D. Lenci
Dr. Diane S. Lewis and Dr. Blair S. Lewis †
Ms. Joan Limongello †
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Little, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Long †
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip C. Long †
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart R. Loomis †
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Love
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Ms. Maryann Low
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh P. Lowenstein ’49
Ms. Deborah Lunt and Mr. Gordon Hawkins
Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Luquer ’52
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Luzzi
Mrs. Susan E. Lynch
Mr. Angus L. Macdonald
Ms. Anne MacDonald
Ms. Helen Gilbane Macdonald †
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Machucki
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Maclaren
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Macleod †
Mrs. Jean W. Macomber
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Macy, Sr.
Mr. David V. Madden ’90
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Magiera †
Dr. and Mrs. George J. Magovern, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Maher †
Ms. Joan M. Maher †
Mrs. Elizabeth Manning and Mr. Mark Manning
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maschin
Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Mauro †
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCann
Mr. and Mrs. Sean M. McCooey
Mr. and Mrs. John J. McCrory
Mr. Ralph M. McDermid ’53
Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. McDonald
Mrs. Sheri McFarlane
Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie D. McGuire
Dr. and Mrs. Charles T. McHugh †
Mr. and Mrs. John A. McLean II
Mr. and Mrs. John McMahon
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. McMillan
Mr. and Mrs. Winter Mead II †
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meehan
Mr. Hans-Joerg Meili
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Melvin †
Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Merksamer
Mr. Kenneth P. Meszkat
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Meszkat
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Metz ’90 †
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Meyers
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Miller ’67
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Miller IV †
Mrs. Sally Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. William Mitchell †
Mr. and Mrs. P. Robert Moeller
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Monahan
Mr. W. Dallon Moore, Jr. ’55 †
Mr. and Mrs. Alton E. Morgan
Mrs. Karen Quilter-Moriarty and Mr. Kevin Moriarty
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Morris, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. William Morris
Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Morse †
Ms. Diane Feeney and Mr. William Muecke †
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Mulvaney
Mr. and Mrs. J. Richard Munro
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Neal
Mr. and Mrs. Blake T. Newton III †
Maura Nicholson de Visscher and Mr. Eugene Cannata
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Niles, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Noneman †
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Oat
Mrs. Robert O’Connor
Mr. and Mrs. Robert O’Connor
Mr. Robert J. O’Donnell
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Olson ’60
Mr. and Mrs. Francis S. O’Neill
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. O’Neill
Mr. and Mrs. J. Denis O’Toole
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher G. Overbye ’86
Ms. Linda D. Paradee
The Reverend and Mrs. Stephen D. Parker, Jr. ’59
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Patten ’49 †
Mrs. Barbara B. Phillips
Dr. Leonora B. Phillips and Dr. Thomas W. Phillips †
Mrs. Madeline S. Pitney
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Podmaniczky †
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Porter †
Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Potter, Jr. †
Ms. Polly L. Judson and Mr. Joseph P. Powers
Mr. and Mrs. F. Herbert Prem, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas I. Quintana †
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Raday
Mr. and Mrs. Chris A. Rallis ’71 †
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis G. Rand †
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Reardon, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Mason Rees, Jr.
Mrs. Corrine V. Reichert †
Mr. Peter L. Reid
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Reisman
Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Renner III
Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Resch †
Mr. Marc Reynolds
Mr. and Mrs. Meade Reynolds
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Rhodes
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richards
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart G. Richards †
Mr. William L. Richardson
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Richter †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Riegel, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Rieger, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Rimsa
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Ritchie, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Roberts
Mr. and Mrs. F. Brooks Robinson
Mrs. Cynthia Rogers
Mr. Edmund P. Rogers III †
Mr. and Mrs. Rodger R. Rohde, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Gennaro A. Romano III †
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Roosevelt, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Ross III
Mr. Llewellyn G. Ross ’52 †
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Roth †
Mr. Charles S. Rowe
Mr. and Mrs. D. Richard Rowland
Mrs. Helen S. Ruisi
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan D. Russell
Mr. Matt Russo
Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Russo †
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Rutherfoord, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Rutledge †
Mr. J. Wood Rutter ’98 (Hon.) †
Mr. Wayne S. Safka
Miss Debi B. Salzer
Mr. Michael R. Salzer †
Mr. and Mrs. Michael O. Sanderson †
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher D. Sanger
Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Sargent, Sr. †
Dr. and Mrs. Clarence T. Sasaki †
Mr. James C. Scala
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Schafer
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Schiffenhaus ’48 †
Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Schlegel †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Schmeelk
Mr. and Mrs. Todd Schoon
Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Schopp
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schroeder
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Schweitzer, Sr. †
Ms. Kathleen K. Seifert †
Ms. Maureen Serri
Ms. Nina Shaw †
Ms. Ruth Shikes
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Shoykhet †
Mr. and Mrs. Roger S. Silverstein †
Mr. Jerome C. Silvey II
Mr. Samuel H. Simmons †
Mr. James E. Simon ’88 †
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Simonds
Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Sinatra
Dr. and Mrs. J. Douglas Sinclair †
The Reverend and Mrs. Peter W. Sipple
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Sivright, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Sloan †
Ms. Donna P. Smith
Mrs. Mimi Smith
Mr. Philip Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Procter Smith III
Mr. Stuart P. Smith
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Ms. Claire H. Smithers-Mellinger
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Snellman, Sr.
Mr. Allen Snyder
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Solberg †
Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Spencer, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. C. Nicholas Spofford
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Spofford ’84 †
Mr. Orson L. St. John, Jr. †
The Honorable Herbert J. Stern and
Mrs. Marsha K. Stern †
Mr. James W. Stevens †
Mr. and Mrs. Prescott D. Stewart ’89 †
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Stokes II
Mr. and Mrs. Cooper B. Stuart †
Ms. Marie E. Kieran and Mr. Frank X. Stufano
Mr. and Mrs. Austin P. Sullivan, Jr. †
Dr. and Mrs. Roland S. Summers †
Mr. and Mrs. David C. Swann
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Swibold
Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Sylvester ’59 †
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Tapscott, Sr. ’35
Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Taradash †
Mrs. Susan S. Tash
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Terni †
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thomas
Mr. Broadus Thompson ’52 †
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Thompson †
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy W. Thompson ’63 †
Mr. William G. Thompson ’45 *
Mr. Henry D. Tiffany III †
Mr. and Mrs. Rodman K. Tilt, Jr. ’56 †
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt P. Tinius
Ms. Margaret Tonon
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Townsend †
Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Trapani
Mr. and Mrs. Burton G. Tremaine III ’66
Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Trippe
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Tucker, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Tunnicliff
Mr. and Mrs. Winslow G. Tuttle ’50 †
Mr. and Mrs. Steven B. Twitchell
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Tyler ’41 †
Dr. and Mrs. Michael S. Valenti †
Mr. and Mrs. John Van Der Tuin
The Honorable E. Norman Veasey and
Mrs. Suzanne Veasey
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mark Veenis
Mr. and Mrs. G. Trevor Vietor
Dr. and Mrs. Siegfried Vossieg
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. A. Wachtmeister ’67 †
Mrs. Robert M. Waggaman †
Mr. Jeffrey P. Walker †
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walker
Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Walton
The Reverend and Mrs. Edwin M. Ward †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Wardell
Mr. Larry D. Watkins
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius B. Waud ’58 †
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Weaver, Jr. ’52 †
Mr. Jeffrey D. Weinstein ’74 †
Mr. William H. Weintraub †
Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Westcott ’43 †
Mrs. Joan W. Wheeler †
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot F. Wheeler III ’65 †
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson E. Whitbeck
Mr. and Mrs. David W. White †
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin White
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D. White
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Whitridge †
Mr. and Mrs. William N. Wight
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua M. Wildes
Mr. and Mrs. Valleau Wilkie, Jr. ’41
Ms. Elizabeth W. Williams
Mrs. Elizabeth Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar P. Wilmot †
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Winik
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Wolff †
Ms. Elizabeth F. Woodall
Mr. Anthony C. Woodruff ’01 (Hon.)
Ms. Alexandra Woods
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Worthington, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Wynne †
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman C. Yeaw ’51 †
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Yerkes III
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Young
Mr. George W. Young ’48 †
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Young III †
Dr. and Mrs. Dug-Jin Yun
Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Zecher †
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Ziegler
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Honorary and Memorial Funds
At the end of the 2012 fiscal year, Salisbury’s endowment has over 88 permanently endowed
funds totaling $44,215,835 including new gifts of $2,568,992.
+ Gifts were added to the following funds in 2011-2012:
Abbruzzese Fund for Entrepreneurial Studies
Andrew J. Rutledge ’80 Scholarship +
Baur Lynch Faculty Travel Fund +
Bernecker Chair for History
Centennial Book Fund
Centennial Campaign for Endowment
Charles Hayden Foundation Scholarship
Childs Entrepreneurial Studies Program +
Class of 1948 Maurice Firuski Memorial Scholarship +
Class of 1953 George D. Langdon Scholarship
Class of 1953 Tom Dorsey Scholarship
Class of 1956 Gift - Faculty Fund
Class of 1957 George and Anne Langdon Fund
Class of 1965 George and Anne Langdon Scholarship +
Class of 1992 Gift - Scholarship Fund
Class of 1993 Gift - Scholarship Fund
Class of 1998 Gift - Lecture Hall
Class of 2009 Gift - Championship Lounge +
Class of 2011 Gift - Endowed Scholarship Fund +
Daniel P. Miller Scholarship
David Anderson Carter ’94 Scholarship +
David Charlton Perkins ’33 Fellowship
DeWitt Wallace Reader’s Digest Scholarship Fund
Dr. Richard S. Childs, Jr. ’63 Chair for Excellence
in Teaching
Drew E. O’Connell Family Scholarships
E.E. Ford Faculty Initiative Fund
Edwin C. Tappert Scholarship
Elizabeth Jenks Dresser Day Student Scholarship
Ellsworth Morgan Statler ’31 Scholarship +
Endowed Crew Fund +
Endowed Language Fund in Support of Mandarin
Chinese +
Endowed Scholarship +
Eugene M. Zuckert ’29 Scholarship
Foxhollow Scholarship
Frank S. and Carolyn B. D’Alessandro Endowed
Scholarship +
George L. Maxwell ’59 Scholars Program
Gordon S. Reid Scholarship +
Harold H. Corbin Jr. Summer School Scholarship +
Harvey Childs Scholarship Fund
Helen S. Maher Faculty Chair for the Arts +
Helen S. Maher Teaching Fellowship for the Arts
J. Wood Rutter Scholarship
Jeffrey P. Walker Scholarship
John and Barbara Pogue Scholarship
John Houghton Harris Memorial Scholarship
John S. Morris ’84 Endowed Scholarship Fund +
Leland C. Rhodes ’86 Forestry +
Markey Family Scholarship
Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation Scholarship
Merwin R. Haskel Scholarship
Michael Morgan Nields ’91 Scholarship
Patrick J. Stern ’66 Scholarship
Performing Arts
Peter A. Fitzgerald ’93 Endowed Scholarship Fund +
Ralph MacAllister Ingersoll Scholarship
Roy R. Raizen ’48 Scholarship +
Salisbury Freedom Fund Scholarship +
Sally G. and Robert H. Phinny Scholarship
Scholarship-Board Designated Endowment +
Sean Bowler ’02 (Hon.) Scholarship
The Francoise and William Bartlett ’54 Endowed
Scholarship +
The Henri Pell Junod Class of ’17 Endowed
Scholarship +
The Joan and John E. Herlitz ’60 Endowed Memorial
Scholarship
The Lynch Family Endowed Teaching Fellowship +
The Malafronte Family Endowed Scholarship Fund +
The Reverend Stephen D. Parker, Jr. Class of 1959
Chaplaincy Chair +
The Richard B. Fuller ’64 Endowed Music Fund
The Rutherfoord Family Endowed Teaching Fellowship
The Wachtmeister Family Endowed Fund for the
Headmaster’s Chair at Salisbury School +
The Walter B. Billingsley Memorial Fund +
Thomas M. Ritchie, III ’83 Scholarship +
Unrestricted Endowment +
Walter C. Bradford ’48 Family Scholarship
William G. Thompson ’45 Endowed Scholarship +
William P. Reeves Scholarship Fund
William R. Kenan Jr. Faculty Endowment Fund
In Memory of Tiio Adams ’12
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart G. Richards †
In Memory of William E. Appleyard ’53
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Haskel ’51 †
In Memory of James H. Bates’48, P’75, ’82, GP’04
Mrs. Ellen I. Bates †
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Bates ’75 †
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bates ’82 †
Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Barhydt †
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bliss †
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Bradford ’48 †
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Collins ’61 †
Mr. Scott D. Cooper
Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy S. Davis ’52 * †
Ms. G. Anne Harris and Mr. Seth M. Milliken †
Mr. and Mrs. John Leary †
Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie D. McGuire
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schroeder
Mr. Jeffrey P. Walker †
In Memory of Bradley W. Beach ’55
Mrs. Donna Beach
In Memory of Sean Bowler ’02 (Hon.)
Mr. Timothy M. Rees ’02
In Memory of Colin Maher Conroy ’95
Ms. Joan M. Maher †
In Memory of Aaron Cutting ’45
Mr. and Mrs. Yerbury G. Burnham ’46 †
In Memory of A. Whitney Ellsworth
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher D. Sanger
In Memory of Peter A. Fitzgerald ’93
Dr. Adrianna Bravo and Mr. Matthew Fitzgerald ’90
In Memory of Edward E. Frost, Jr. ’47
Mrs. Elaine P. Frost †
In Memory of Jane Keur
Mr. David McCargo III ’60 †
In Memory of Stephen J. Meszkat, Jr. ’02
Anonymous
Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Barhydt †
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burden
Mr. Paul E. Burke III
Mr. and Mrs. Brian C. Celiberti
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Colen, M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Corry
Mr. Sean F. D’Arcy
Ms. Mary Ann Spurgeon Dias
Mr. Dudley H. Dommerich
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Dwyer †
Mr. Chris Faicco
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Falk
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund †
Ms. Carole M. Gaunt
Ms. Susan C. Greenwood
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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ANNUAL REPORT
Mr. Stephen Gurman
Mr. and Mrs. David J. Hachey
Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Hearst
Mr. Robert H. Hoenk
Mr. William R. Holton
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Hovey, Jr. †
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Ikard
Mr. Steven A. Kalin
Mr. and Mrs. Evan D. Kass
The Joyce & Paul Krasnow Charitable Foundation
Mr. Steven Leblanc
Mr. Thomas D. Lenci
Mr. Kenneth P. Meszkat
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Meszkat
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Meyers
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Global Impact
Funding Trust, Inc
Northwestern Mutual - The Olson Financial Group
Mr. William L. Richardson
Mr. Matt Russo
Mr. Wayne S. Safka
Mr. and Mrs. Todd Schoon
Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Sinatra
Mr. Allen Snyder
Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Trapani
Mr. and Mrs. Steven B. Twitchell
Mr. Larry D. Watkins
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin White
Ms. Elizabeth F. Woodall
In Memory of John S. Morris ’84
Mr. Paul D. Marran ’84 †
In Memory of Peter Nowakoski ’47
Ms. Maryann Low
Rappahannock Womens Chorale
In Memory of James M. Phillips ’88
Mrs. Barbara B. Phillips
In Memory of Charlotte H. Reid P’65
Mr. Jim H. Bates ’48 * †
Mr. and Mrs. David Elwell
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Flynn
Mr. Richard Giordano
Mrs. Helen B. Hill
Mrs. Ruth D. Hoxton
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Little, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. McDonald
Ms. Linda D. Paradee
Ms. Ruth Shikes
In Memory of Leland C. Rhodes ’86
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Rhodes
In Memory of Thomas M. Ritchie III ’83
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Forster †
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Ritchie, Jr. †
In Honor Of Ted Ahrens ’04 & Tom Simmons
Class of 2004
Mr. Ned Corkery ’04 (Hon.) †
In Memory of Paul A. Ruisi ’66
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Ames ’64
Mrs. Helen S. Ruisi
In Honor of Andrew Brunson ’12
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart G. Richards †
In Memory of Mick Simmons
Mrs. George-Ann Gowan
Parents Association
In Memory of Cornelia D. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bergenty
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buonafede
Mr. and Mrs. Coe C. Hawkins
Mr. John Heagle
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Hubbard
Ms. Donna P. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Walton
In Memory of Carl H. Williams P’67, ’70, ’74
Ms. Leslie B. Barker
Berkshire Taconic Foundation †
BLM Employee Association
Ms. Ginni Block
Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Bradshaw
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brennan
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Chandler, Jr.
Ms. Annette F. Cloney
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome H. Doolittle
Mr. and Mrs. H. Benjamin Duke III
Eastern Ski Association
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Fudali
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gardner
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gaskin
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Holm
Ms. Deborah Lunt and Mr. Gordon Hawkins
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Maclaren
Mr. and Mrs. Alton E. Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. F. Herbert Prem, Jr.
Mr. Charles S. Rowe
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Schafer
Ms. Margaret Tonon
Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Wardell
Mrs. Joan W. Wheeler †
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson E. Whitbeck
Ms. Elizabeth W. Williams
Mr. and Mrs. R. David Williams ’67
In Memory of Edward H. (Ted) Zimmerman ’40
Dr. and Mrs. Jack M. Zimmerman ’44 †
In Honor of The Class of 2003
Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Flood, Jr. ’03 (Hon.) †
In Honor of the Class of 2012
Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Barhydt †
In Honor of The Corkery Family
Mr. Theodore R. Ahrens ’04 †
In Honor of Erika Crofut, Peter McEachern
and Proctor and Laura Smith
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hussey, Jr.
In Honor of Nico Falla ’12
Ms. Claire H. Smithers-Mellinger
In Honor of Dick and Sally Flood
Mr. John M. Hyde
In Honor of Robert Gardner
Mr. and Mrs. Chester W. Kitchings, Jr. ’61 †
In Honor of Peter Gilbert and the
Team of Jameel Almutarii
Mr. Philip Smith
In Honor of Alex Love ’10 and
His Artwork At Salisbury
Mr. and Mrs. Sergi Fedorjaczenko
In Honor of Jeff Ruskin
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Rimsa
In Honor of The Salisbury Athletics Department
Mr. and Mrs. Drew J. Casertano †
In Honor of The Salisbury Parents Association
and Cheryl Collins
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Allen †
In Honor of Tim Sinclair ’91 and the 2002-2003
JV Hockey Team
Mr. C. Paxton Ramsdell ’03 †
In Honor of Bobby Wynne
Mr. and Mrs. Drew J. Casertano †
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Faculty and Staff Giving
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Auchincloss
Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Ayer †
Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Barhydt †
Ms. Michelle L. Booth †
Mrs. NancyLou Borges
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Boyer †
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Bunce
Mr. William Burchfield
Mr. and Mrs. Chisholm Chandler ’11 (Hon.) †
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cheney ’95 (Hon.) †
Mr. and Mrs. Chellis Collins †
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Colpitts
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew B. Corkery †
Mr. Ned Corkery ’04 (Hon.) †
Mr. Jonathan Coulombe and
Mrs. Jessie Parker Coulombe
Mr. and Mrs. Richard I. Curtis ’91 (Hon.) †
Ms. Pascale Delfosse and Mr. William Caligari †
Mr. Andrew T. DeSalvo †
Mrs. Emily Devey
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Giffenig
Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Gilbert †
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gomez
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan P. Gottsegen †
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Graham ’97 †
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Hinchey †
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Ide †
Mr. Carl M. Jenter †
Mr. Alexander W. Jones †
Mr. and Mrs. Carl P. Lane-Lopez †
Mr. and Mrs. John LaPerch
Mr. and Mrs. John Leary †
The Reverend and Mrs. Jeff C. Lewis
Mr. Yu Kun Luo
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Magiera †
Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Marchant
Dr. Mark Marshall and Mrs. Silloo Peters-Marshall
Mr. Jeffrey May & Dr. Mary O’Neill
Mrs. Danielle Mailer and Mr. Peter McEachern †
Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. McKee ’72 †
Mr. Ralph J. Menconi
Mr. and Mrs. David C. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Terence Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Rhonan Mokriski ’90 †
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Phelps
Mr. Brian D. Proper
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Raifstanger
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis G. Rand †
Ms. Amanda Roberts
Ms. Joan Baldwin and Mr. Geoffrey Rossano
Ms. Rita A. Delgado and Mr. Jeff Ruskin †
The Reverend and Mrs. Terrence W. Ryan †
Ms. Lisa Sheble †
Ms. Alissa C. Shulby
Mr. James Simboli and Ms. Caitlin Hickey
Mr. Samuel H. Simmons †
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Sinclair ’91 †
Mr. and Mrs. Procter Smith III
Ms. Tulika Verma
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vernali
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wood
Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Zahn
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Foundations, Corporations and
Corporate Matching Gifts
Foundation Gifts
Anonymous
Anschutz Family Foundation
Berkshire Taconic Foundation †
Bonfire Foundation
Cain Brothers Foundation
Charles S. Raizen Foundation, Inc. †
Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, Inc. †
Fairfield Foundation
Fiduciary Charitable Foundation
Fiduciary Trust Company International
Gates Charitable Trust †
H. Fort Flowers Foundation, Inc.
Henry E. Niles Foundation, Inc. †
Jack & Sylvia Altman Foundation, Inc †
James W. Thornton Family Fdn.
Joseph R. McMicking Foundation
Kohn-Joseloff Foundation, Inc.
Malfer Foundation †
NewCity Foundation
Olcott and Lucy Smith Foundation
Peter G. and Elizabeth Torosian Foundation
Ronald P. and Susan E. Lynch Foundation †
Sumner Gerard Foundation †
The Boathouse Foundation-Florida Office
The Thompson Family Foundation, Inc.
The Arthur D. Dana Foundation †
The Bernard and Muriel Lauren Foundation
The Deane A. & John D. Gilliam Foundation †
The Donnelley Foundation †
The Drummond & Ruth Bell Foundation †
The Findlay Family Foundation †
The Frederic C. Hamilton Family Foundation †
The Henry L. & Grace Doherty Charitable
Foundation
The Joyce & Paul Krasnow Charitable Foundation
The Kane Family Foundation, Inc. †
The Kemmerer Family Foundation
The Kirk & Megan Kellogg Foundation
The Lucy Foundation
The Nancy and Maurice Lazarus Fund
The John F. Maher Family Foundation †
The Pittsburgh Foundation
The Rallis Richner Foundation, Inc. †
The Richard & Priscilla Schmeelk Foundation
The Richard Foundation †
The Salmon Foundation, Inc. †
The Spray Foundation †
The Stebbins Fund, Inc. †
The Warrington Foundation †
Thomas Rutherfoord Foundation
Whitehall Foundation, Inc.
Corporation Gifts
52 River Course Associate LLP
All-Star Driver, LLC
BLM Employee Association
CSCA
Dick Flood Educational Services
Dorset Management Corp.
Eastern Ski Association
Edward C. A. Wachtmeister Rev. Trust †
Elyse Harney Real Estate
FACT Services Co., Inc.
Fairview Capital Group, Inc.
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund †
Gershon & Co.
GHI Sign Service
Haffenreffer Family Fund †
Health Care Auxilary For The Tri-State
Region Cancer Support
Ideal Movers & Storage Inc.
Ingalls & Snyder LLC
J. Mulvaney Plumbing & Heating Inc.
Jewish Community Endowment Fund †
Knight Planning Corporation
Laird Norton Company, LLC †
Legg Mason
Lozier Logic, Inc
M. Reynolds Team Sales, Inc.
Mantium, Inc
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Global Impact
Funding Trust, Inc
New York Beef Co. LLC
Northeast Lab Services
Northwestern Mutual – The Olson Financial Group
Parents Association
Pershing †
Peter Becks Village Store
Preferred Display, Inc.
Quality Printing Company, Inc. †
Rappahannock Womens Chorale
Robinson Leech Real Estate
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors
S.W. Childs Management Corp. †
Salisbury Wines, LLC.
SmugMug, Inc.
Snellman Construction
St. Kilda Medical Services, PLLC
The Brim Fund
The Community Foundation for Greater
New Haven †
The New York Community Trust †
The Schiffenhaus Foundation, Inc.
The Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving †
The Winston-Salem Foundation †
Tocqueville Asset Management
Towne & Aurell, Inc.
United Way of Rhode Island †
Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program †
Wolff-Zackin Financial, LLC
York Capital Management (US) Advisors, L.P.
CORPORATE MATCHING GIFTS
AARP Foundation
Aetna †
American Eagle Outfitters
American Express Foundation
American Intl. Group
Archer Daniels Midland Company
Bank of America Corporation †
Black Rock
Chevron Texaco Corporation †
Citizens Charitable Foundation
Colgate-Polmolive Corporation †
Cornerstone Real Estate Advisors, LLC
Community Foundation of Greater Memphis
Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation †
Eaton Vance Distributors, Inc.
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund †
Gannett Welsh & Kotler, LLC
GE Fund Matching Center
Goldman, Sachs & Co. †
Google
Hampton Jitney, Inc.
IBM Corporation
J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation †
The Longview Foundation
McKesson Corporation National Accounts
Mercedes-Benz USA
Merck Company Foundation
Merrill Lynch – Bank of America
Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation, Inc. †
Microsoft Corporation
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
Nomura America Foundation
Northwestern Mutual Foundation
PNC Bank Foundation
Russell Investment Group
Sun Trust Foundation
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Foundation
Tyco Electronics
Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program
Wells Fargo
*= Deceased
(Hon.)= Honorary Class Member
Italics = Esse Quam Videri Society Member
†= Consecutive Givers to the Annual Fund (Last four years)
Bold = Class and Reunion Agents and Salisbury Alumni Association Volunteer
• = New Esse Quam Videri Society Member
‡ = PA Leadership (Parents Association, Sixth Form Gift Committee and Parents Fund Committee)
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When You Begin Your Gift Planning . . .
Think of Salisbury, the boys,
and the men and women who teach them.
From a simple bequest intention in your will to gift annuities and trust
arrangements, there are many ways to make a gift to enhance and secure
Salisbury’s future. Often, planned gifts can simultaneously provide the donor
favorable tax consequences. Salisbury would be pleased to partner with you and
your financial advisor to explore these opportunities. While including Salisbury in
your estate and gift planning, you may well benefit your own financial goals and
your family’s financial future, and you will leave your lasting mark on the Hilltop as a
member of the Esse Quam Videri Legacy Society.
For further information, please contact Dutch Barhydt, director of development, at (860) 435-5704
or [email protected]; or Andrew Graham, director of leadership giving, at (860) 435-5706
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