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  • Contents A Laudable and Unusual Bequest _______ 2 Healthy Endowment __________________ 3 YOPA! ________________________________ 4 ‘Green’ Architects _____________________ 4 A Lead Gift for the Performing Arts ____ 5 State–of–the–Art Science Education ____ 6 The DuPont Connection _______________ 7 The Cups Runneth Over _______________ 8 The Lessons of a Lifetime ______________ 9 Alumni Society Opens Regional Chapter in NYC _____________ 10 Alumni Leaders ______________________ 10 Making a Splash _____________________ 11 Gift Summary________________________ 12 Annual Fund ______________________ 12-30 Frameworks For the Future ___________ 31-37 Endowed Funds ___________________ 40-52 Pinehurst Society ____________________ 53
  • From the Head of School t his publication is a celebration of commitment. Foremost, it acknowledges the remarkable voluntary commitments of many people who share their resources with the school. As you look through these pages, I hope that you have the same sense of optimism and appreciation that I feel. Once again, we have topped $1,000,000 in our annual campaign. Even more extraordinary is the story of our Frameworks for the Future campaign. At the end of the 2005-2006 giving period, we had raised slightly more than $39,000,000. Now, as I write this in late August, David OPC ’82 and Jennifer Kurtz and the Kurtz Family Foundation have decided to give Penn Charter $3,000,000 for the new performing arts center, which the school will name for Dave’s father, David L. Kurtz. To write that I am thrilled would be an understatement. What is as remarkable to me as these dollar amounts is the broad-based participation in our voluntary efforts. More than 1,000 people have made gifts to the Frameworks for the Future campaign. That effort has been accomplished through the work of voluntary committees of dedicated individuals. Those individuals include 280 participants on the Alumni Committee and 47 members of the Parent Committee. The level of volunteer participation is unheard of in the history of fundraising here at Penn Charter. It speaks to the commitment of individuals who have benefited from a Penn Charter education and to those who have chosen to share their children with us. FPO letter From where I sit, those contributions are justified by the ongoing validity of the mission of the school and the current strength of the educational program. Summer is a great time to reflect on the past year, and I do so with gratitude and a sense of accomplishment. I am especially grateful to the school directors for the excellent leadership they give to their divisions. Across all divisions, the Year of the Performing Arts was a splendid success. I don’t think anyone who was in the audience at the Kimmel Center concert in March will forget that event and the joy and talent of our student artists. The night was a dramatic representation of the breadth and involvement in the arts at Penn Charter. The Frameworks for the Future campaign speaks to the core values of the school. Our endowment, thanks to this effort, is now approaching $50,000,000. Within that is significant new support for endowment for faculty salaries, and we have surpassed the $5,000,000 goal for new endowment for William financial aid. The strength of the faculty and the diversity of the student body are two enduring qualities of the school, and both have been enthusiastically supported by donors to this campaign. Penn Charter SChool  Our school respects tradition and embraces innovation and, as we strengthen our commitment to Report Gifts of faculty and diversity, we also are moving forward with curricular innovation. In recently completed administrative planning sessions, school directors shared exciting educational plans for the fall. Staff of 2006–2007 Columbia Teachers College conducted a workshop with Lower School faculty in June that will help us refine our reading program. The Middle School, focusing on cultural literacy and cultural competence, will feature special assemblies and establish book clubs for students as well as book discussion groups for parents. Upper School teachers have developed a mission statement that is a dynamic representation of our core values. Physically, this is a very exciting summer for us. Work is proceeding on schedule for the renovation of the science labs within the Upper School. As I write this, workers are poised to begin the renovation of the pool area in the Activities Building as part of the overall development of the William A. Graham IV OPC ’58 Athletic Center. We hope to begin construction on the squash courts in the upcoming weeks. A major goal this fall is to focus on funding for the performing arts center, building on the success we enjoyed during the Year of the Performing Arts. That new building will be a tremendous addition to this campus. As I begin my last year at Penn Charter, I am poignantly aware of how the philanthropy of so many individuals over so many years has helped to shape this school. I extend my sincere thanks to every graduate, parent, grandparent, teacher, staff member, and friend who has chosen to support this exceptional place. Earl J. Ball
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 penn Charter annual Fund Walking the Talk the results of an extraordinary Conversation m ore than a decade ago, we began an extraordinary conversation. it started with a simple question: how can the resulting plan and the capital campaign to fund – Frameworks For the Future – focused on three essen- we make Penn Charter an even better school? tials: the ability to hire and develop the best teachers, the the answers have come in waves from everyone – ability to provide need-based scholarships to maintain a teachers, students, parents and alumni joining in from all diverse student body, and the ability to provide the best over the country. this is the story of that multiyear con- places to teach and learn. the campaign would be the versation and the remarkable results it has accomplished. biggest philanthropic call to action in the school’s history it’s a story that begins with one friend and colleague (lew – $40,000,000 in new endowment and capital gifts and, Somers oPC ’44) asking another (then head of school earl during the final three years of the campaign, $3,600,000 J. Ball), what Penn Charter should be doing educationally in annual giving. most significantly, the plan would build in the next century. it’s a story with hundreds of heroes new endowment strength, vital to st century sustain- and heroines – Penn Charter alumni, parents, teachers, ability. other than tuition, income from endowment is students and friends. Penn Charter’s most important revenue source, yet Penn after posing his question to Ball, Somers and his Charter’s endowment was quite small – especially for a wife, Betty, provided the school with a $,000,000 gift to school with such a long and thriving history. a powerful launch an intensive educational strategic planning pro- endowment would have unprecedented impact, sustaining cess. While strategic planning sounds routine, the Somers and improving programs and facilities while taking pres- gift required boldness. “i felt the school needed a lift. i sure off tuition. Beyond sustainability, new endowment don’t understand how to teach,” Somers said, “but i feel funds would dramatically advance the school’s ability strongly that you can’t sit still. if you’re not moving, then to recruit and retain the most talented teachers in an you’re going backwards.” Somers said he came up with the increasingly competitive climate, and it would facilitate? William idea of the gift “to get the program rolling. the school was the enrollment of qualified students regardless of their  Penn Charter SChool able to make some significant changes right away, and that family’s ability to pay. excites good people.” Report Gifts of almost immediately after the plan was in place, trans- formations in curriculum and campus got underway. Key 2006–2007 early accomplishments included an articulated “Portrait of the Graduate,” which mapped expectations for gradu- ate outcomes and a curricular blueprint to achieve them. a $5,000,000 gift from richard B. Fisher oPC ’53 led to a state-of-the-art freestanding middle School, which opened in 00. in 003, what had always been an excel- lent school was firing on all cylinders in new ways. During Penn Charter’s accreditation that year, the visiting team from the Pennsylvania association of Private academic Schools & middle States association of Colleges and Schools took notice and reported, “William Penn Char- ter School has one of the clearest senses of purpose and philosophy – and consistency between that purpose and performance – of any institution that the majority of the experienced members of the evaluation team could recall Superior facilities strengthen the quality of teaching and learning. having observed.” With a gift from Richard B. Fisher OPC ’53, the new Middle School Despite significant early success and momentum, the opened in September 2002 to the cheers of students, parents and Frameworks challenge – financing an independent school alumni. In a bow to tradition, the building is faced with Wissahickon mica schist, the rock that gives Penn Charter’s campus its distinctive that is both excellent and socioeconomically accessible appearance; inside, the school house is a technology-smart, 45,000- – was formidable. in 004, with so much accomplished, square-foot facility with thirteen classrooms, three science labs, a it became clear that if the plan was truly to succeed, even music and drama room, and a two-story commons used for performance more of the Penn Charter community would need to under- and assemblies — all designed to meet the needs of a vibrant and stand the stakes and how to help. teachers, parents, alumni innovative Middle School program. and students gathered to talk. What began as a conversation
  • William Penn Charter SChool 3 Report Gifts of 2006–2007 “i feel strongly that you can’t sit still. if you’re not moving, then you’re going backwards.”  L e w S omer S oPC ’44
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 penn Charter annual Fund William 4 Penn Charter SChool Report Gifts of 2006–2007 “exceeding the campaign’s goal is a testament to the people of Penn Charter and their gratitude for the school’s role in their lives. it’s also a testament to earl Ball’s vibrant leadership.”  w iLL Carr Jr. oPC ’69, CL erk of Penn Charter’ S ove rS e e rS
  • years before about making Penn Charter a better school be- this strength. “Darryl has been part of creating what Penn came a reinvigorated conversation about doing something Charter is today,” says Will. “he’s got a head start because for a better world. as Penn Charter parent Cecelia Grace he helped create a product he loves. and now with the said, “People just want a better world. they’re clamoring success of the campaign, the school is positioned beauti- for it.” in giving to ensure that “Penn Charter can always fully for Darryl to execute his own vision.” compete for the best teaching minds,” as one pair of parent Carr said he thinks the changes Penn Charter has donors put it or to ensure more “happily ever afters” for undergone over the last three decades enabled the students in need of tuition assistance, Frameworks donors campaign’s historic philanthropic success. shared the belief that by strengthening Penn Charter they “Penn Charter is a different place than it was 30 years could contribute to strengthen the world. What could make ago,” he said, recalling that he joined the board about the a bigger difference in the world, after all, than helping time Ball became head. “early on, earl would give speeches young people become tolerant, caring, intelligent, creative about William Penn’s original vision for the school of edu- and responsible people? cating rich and poor, boys and girls, and all races. at the time never very far from this conversation about the greater it was a bit rhetorical but that vision has come to fruition.” good was also a very personal conversation about people a conversation that began between two friends ends in donors loved, respected and admired. Whether giving to a resounding crescendo of many voices and, most impor- faculty and scholarship endowment or to the bricks and tantly, in results that will walk the talk for years to come. mortar of innovative classrooms, laboratories, athletic and arts facilities, Frameworks donors invariably did so in honor of revered and beloved classmates, mentors, endowment mathematics fathers, mothers, brothers and friends. one such gift was among the last of the campaign. With the encouragement this Frameworks campaign has been critical to Penn and active participation of Jennifer and David Kurtz oPC Charter’s future because of its emphasis on endowment. ’8, the Kurtz Family Foundation made the lead gift of endowments begin with gifts from donors. (Penn $3,000,000 to the new performing arts center. the center Charter traces its endowment to a gift of property valued will be named for Dave’s father, broadcast pioneer David at 300 pounds sterling given by William Penn’s friend l. Kurtz. a new performing arts center had been a corner- Samuel Carpenter.) those gifts are then invested. the William revenue earned on those investments contributes to a stone of the campaign. now it would be a reality. By early summer, the collective energy and resources of school’s operating budget each year to greater and lesser Penn Charter SChool 5 the Penn Charter community – including ,97 campaign degrees depending on the level of earnings. higher Report Gifts of donors – propelled Frameworks For the Future past its ambi- earnings mean schools can do more for their students tious goal of $40,000,000 to a grand total of $47,000,000. and teachers without increasing tuition proportionately: 2006–2007 Will Carr Jr. oPC ’69, clerk of Penn Charter’s overseers said, every dollar Penn Charter earns from its endowment “there is a difference between just getting the money in and puts less pressure on tuition. donors who want to give you their treasure. exceeding the Penn Charter did not focus on raising money for campaign’s goal is a testament to the people of Penn Charter endowment until 0 to 5 years ago and, despite our and their gratitude for the school’s role in their lives. it’s also 300-year history, many boarding and day schools a testament to earl Ball’s vibrant leadership.” Ball’s guidance far younger than Penn Charter have endowments of the campaign capped a 3-year legacy of school milestones, 0 times as large. that has changed. With the including a successful move to coeducation, a more socioeco- completion of the campaign, the un-audited figure nomically, religiously and racially diverse community, and for endowment as of June 30, 007 was $XX,XXX,000, new strength in the visual arts and music. up from $7,800,000 in 003 when the campaign one of the wonderful things Ball did, according to prepared to enter its public phase. a combination of Carr, was to build superb programs, prove how well they $XX,X00,000 in campaign gifts to the endowment worked and then ask donors to support and add to them. and exceptional investment returns account for this “Potential donors not only saw these fabulous programs extraordinary growth. Penn Charter’s endowment at work but met the people who had designed them and is now the highest of its peers in the interacademic could explain why they worked and what made them spe- league [Verify] and above the mean among 40 cial.” Carr believes this is Ball’s real legacy – the people national peers in a benchmark group.[verify] he recruited. “You can’t have a superb school without a superb faculty, Carr said. “Penn Charter’s faculty and Gifts to the endowment during this campaign have administrators are the underlying reason for the cam- and will make a difference to Penn Charter for the paign’s spectacular success.” Carr pointed to Darryl Ford, new century and beyond. Ball’s successor as head of school, as a great example of
  • teacheRs Frameworks For the Future A Triumvirate of Interrelated Goals Victory three times over a t Penn Charter, which comes first: recruiting and retaining excellent teachers, giving those teachers the tools Where do great teachers come from? are they born or made? Penn Charter has operated on the belief that they need to be effective, or making sure families of all back- great teachers are called to teach. We seek out the special grounds can afford this excellent education? like the chicken ones, the gifted ones -- the ones graduates will remember and egg conundrum, the answer is we can’t have one without for a lifetime. there is no question that teachers choose the others. each priority endlessly turns on and sustains the Penn Charter for compensation beyond salary, but the others. that fact is not lost on the ,97 donors whose appre- campaign’s infusion of faculty endowment ensures that ciation for this unique synergy has ensured that the school talented teachers can afford to make that choice. doesn’t have to choose one excellence over another. “So much of the importance of this fund-raising cam- paign has been about decently compensating our remark- The Impact of the able faculty,” said Will Carr Jr. oPC ’69, clerk of over- Frameworks for the Future Campaign seers. the Frameworks for the Future campaign has added endowment to hire and Develop the Best teachers $8,369,367 to endowment earmarked for faculty salaries Goal: $15,000,000 and professional development. Donors have created new raised: $10,709,543 endowed funds for teaching in english, foreign language, William 6 Penn Charter SChool Report Gifts ralph S. hirshorn oPC ’56 of 2006–2007 Story Headline P enn Charter is an extraordinary institution that doesn’t leave well enough alone; it keeps getting much harder job than anyone could have imagined. i was around then, and it was brilliantly managed. the Penn Charter increasingly relies on endowment – gifts from friends and alumni. look at the support the better. it’s had an exceptional school is better for it. school now gets from its alumni. series of headmasters. John Flagg my family put very few restrictions Gummere was the right headmaster on our fund because we thought the for the time. he was representa- school would know best what to do tive of the 940s and ’50s but not with it. the idea was to make it better the change that was to come. then for the teachers, to make it possible Gummere retired and Wilbur for the school to adequately compen- Braxton was hired – the perfect sate its greatest resource. my family Quaker for the job. it was a time certainly appreciates Quaker educa- that individual rights were coming tion above all; it’s my opinion that to the fore – civil rights as well as there is a difference and it’s specific. the anti-war movement. then earl Ball comes – our first non-Quaker. Ralph S. Hirshorn OPC ’56, chairman he was just an amazing headmas- of Hirshorn Company, an insurance ter. one of his many accomplish- broker, and his family established the ments was managing to take the Harry R. Hirshorn Memorial Fund to school to coeducation. that was a support faculty salaries.
  • Bernard e. Berlinger Jr. oPC ’56 Story Headline o ur class feels very strongly that the future of this nation is go- ing to be heavily dependent on how want to support. We hope as a result of our contribution, the school will be able to hire and retain the high- well we educate our children. to est skilled teachers, both from a us, the Class of ’56, Penn Charter personal standpoint and a technical is the quintessential education for standpoint. We want the Penn Char- people today. and the lifeblood of ter faculty to be the best it absolutely this institution is its faculty. the can be going into the future – and we memory the class has of its teachers feel that selecting and maintaining is very dear to our hearts, and we a top-notch faculty will prepare the owe them, as we do their succes- students of the future for the major sors, a debt of gratitude in prepar- challenges that we face in this nation ing us for our future. going forward. a lot has been done for the physical well-being of the school in Barney Berlinger is CEO of ASI terms of buildings and equipment. Techologoies, Inc. and class agent for But we felt strongly that the human the Class of ’56, which established the side of this educational enterprise Class of ’56 Faculty Fund to support that is Penn Charter is one that we teacher salaries. William rush B. Smith oPC ’59 Penn Charter SChool 7 Report Gifts Story Headline of 2006–2007 t his fund was a joint effort by peo- ple who went to school together at Penn Charter. We were making By starting an endowed fund for faculty, we could provide money that would help a young teacher do work Penn Charter” letters and encour- aging those folks who felt able to contribute to the class fund. So we’ve plans for our 5th reunion, which toward a master’s degree or doctor- been at this now for 3 years. Some was in may 984, and we thought, ate. the vitality of the school while of our classmates have added sub- Why don’t we try to start some sort of we were at Penn Charter was in the stantial dollars to the fund as part of a fund that would help Penn Charter? richness of our faculty; they fostered the capital campaign. i try to remind our interest in education and in con- folks not to forget about our fund and tinuing to have curiosity about what’s how important it is to the school. going on in the world. We felt that, if nelson luria and Bill Chapman we wanted to keep the best and the have been faithful supporters of brightest at Penn Charter, we’d bet- this activity and faithful support- ter find a way to help them. ers of Penn Charter. We probably From 984 on, each year i’ve have received gifts from half of our been sending out my “don’t forget classmates. i just happen to be a point person in this; the generos- Rush B. Smith OPC ’59 is a business ity has come from many others. We consultant whose class established will continue to make the fund even the Class of 1959 Faculty Support Fund, larger by the time we reach our 50th which provides professional develop- reunion so that it may become an ment for young faculty members. even more significant fund.
  • teacheRs Frameworks For the Future mathematics, science, social studies, and the visual and performing arts. they have added to existing endowed funds for teacher development, Quaker values and ethics, athletics and coaching, community service education, early childhood education, and library science. at the start of the campaign, Penn Charter’s median salary trailed select Philadelphia-area public school districts and ranked fifth among leading independent schools in the region. no longer. Frameworks donors giv- ing gifts of all sizes have made it possible for Penn Charter to increase its average salary for all levels of teaching experience at a higher rate than most of our peer schools. the gains made now have also prepared the school for a coming teacher shortage that will intensify competition. “When you have teachers who are willing to go the extra mile – that perfect combination of care and expectation – you turn out kids with a conscience who want to do well not only for themselves and their families but for their communi- ties,” said tripp Davis oPC ’8. “Students here have every opportunity to become the people they want to be.” no one understands that better than alumni and parents, who went Henry Evans (Bugs), Biology teacher. the extra mile in this campaign for our outstanding teachers. richard h. macneal oPC ’40 Story Headline William 8 Penn Charter SChool Report Gifts P of enn Charter is a wonderful mathematical physics primarily. or camping overnight and things of 2006–2007 school. and there’s a real need the background that he gave me was that sort, and during a period when i for it because it trains the people important. he was well remembered was maybe 4 or 5 years old, i would who will be our leaders. the most by a lot of kids. my biology teacher, ask him questions about the world. important thing about a school henry evans – everyone called him We were riding together in his 930 is what you learn, and if you have Bugs when i was there – he used to Ford coupe with a rumble seat, and good faculty members, you learn take some of us on trips to the beach i would ask him my questions and more. i decided to support teachers he would answer. how did the world because, by providing more funds to get started? how will it end? is God pay teacher salaries, we will clearly real? my parents were separated get better teachers. by that time, and i didn’t have that When i went there, there were kind of a relationship with my father several faculty members who were to ask those questions, so asking wonderful. i had a French teacher someone i respected as a teacher named mr. hodge, who was also the was the next best thing. i considered football coach. i broke my leg and i him almost like a father. can remember him carrying me off the field in his arms. then there was Richard H. MacNeal OPC ’40, former mr. macCormick, a math teacher, chairman and CEO of MacNeal- who was very strict and demanded Schwendler Corp., established the a great deal. he provided the basics MacNeal Faculty Endowment Fund, of the work that i would do: i got a which provides general support for Ph.D. from Cal tech, and became faculty salaries and professional an engineer and was interested in development.
  • “my biology teacher, henry evans – everyone called him Bugs when i was there – used to take some of us on trips to the beach or camping overnight and things of that sort. During a period when i was about 4 or 5 years old, i would ask him questions about the world. i remember riding in his 930 Ford coupe with a rumble seat. i would ask him my questions and he would answer. how did the world get started? how will it end? is God real? my parents were separated by that time, and i didn’t have that kind of a relationship with my father to ask those questions, so asking someone i respected as a teacher was the next best thing. i considered him almost like a father.”  r iChar D h . maCnea L oPC ’40 robert Cryer oPC ’56 Story Headline William Penn Charter SChool 9 Report Gifts B ecause of my appreciation of linton did it for me – and mr. Brax- the God-given talent that each of of Penn Charter’s faculty, i wanted ton, who was the physics teacher. us has? For one it might be music, 2006–2007 to do something to help maintain i’ve listened to classmates talk for another science, for another teaching excellence in the school. about other teachers who had an athletics. no matter what your talent albert linton had a huge impact on impact on them similar to the at Penn Charter, there’s probably what i decided to do in college and impact that mr. linton had on me. it somebody there who can help you with my life, which was very math- depends on what resonates. What’s develop that talent. ematical and numbers oriented. he i hope that great teachers will had tremendous clarity of thought feel that they are recognized and re- and communication. he communi- warded – and stay at Penn Charter. i cated to the class – both graphically feel that i’m part of the Penn Charter on the blackboard and in the way he community even though i’m out in spoke -- that just made mathemat- California, and i want to do my part ics very easy for me to comprehend in proportion to my ability to help. and appreciate, and i wanted to spend my time in that field. For Robert R. Cyer OPC ’56 is CEO of me, he brought the subject to life. Executive Coaches of Orange County, it resonated for me. a teacher who a nonprofit organization that recruits can do that in any subject can help a experienced managers to mentor and student find their area of excellence. help develop nonprofit managers. He it’s sort of like a sculptor who can established the Robert R. Cryer Fund see a sculpture in a piece of stone for Teaching Excellence to support and bring it to life. i think a teacher outstanding faculty members in their can do that with a student. and mr. early years at Penn Charter.
  • scholaRship Frameworks For the Future Scholarship Endowment to Make a Penn Charter Education Accessible to a Diverse Socioeconomic Student Body Goal: $5,000,000 raised: $7,595,150 Philanthropy is defined as “affection for mankind.” nowhere in this campaign has such affection been more apparent than in our donors’ desire to expand the level and number of scholarships available to students. affec- tion for classmates and family, affection for the dazzling potential that lies within each young person, affection for the way uniquely different personalities, backgrounds and experiences can enliven a community drove donors to Photo caption. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing grow the Penn Charter scholarship endowment. as mary elit. Nulla lectus metus, commodo non, interdum in, accumsan id, ortale malitas said in helping to establish a scholarship in felis. Phasellus nonummy nulla vel enim. Donec aliquet risus et sem. honor of her brother Peter K. ortale oPC ’83, “scholar- Suspendisse diam. In hac habitasse platea dictumst. Cras mollis tortor ship funds are an investment in goodness, intellect and vitae justo. Nunc mollis pellentesque quam. Duis quis ipsum. Curabitur positive personal growth.” eget nulla. Curabitur est justo, odio consequat ut, augue. Keeping the doors open to a diverse socioeconomic student body is central to Penn Charter’s mission. But the Until now, accepted candidates have been offered an challenge in doing so has intensified as more and more average of 80 percent of demonstrated need. each year the families need financial aid. over the last decade, the need- school loses impressive applicants to other schools that of- based aid portion of the school’s budget has doubled. Penn fer financial aid closer to a family’s need. that will change Charter already awards financial aid to a higher percent- thanks to the $7,595,50 in new scholarship money given age of our students than our peer schools. Yet our average in the Frameworks campaign. Within the next three years, award of 59 percent [verify] of tuition puts us seventh new scholarship endowment will allow us to systemati- William cally increase the amount of aid offered to as much as 90 0 Penn Charter SChool from the bottom in a group of 40 of representative peers. Report Gifts of 2006–2007 Bill mcDonald oPC ’6 Story Headline i think what drives these class gifts and our gift is gratitude for the experience we had at Penn Charter student body – these are iconic. a school that has these attributes is going to go on forever. – the growth and fun and education We accelerated our 50th reunion that we had there. i think we all feel gift so we could participate in the that the teachers really made the dif- campaign and the continuation of the ference for us – it wasn’t the bricks or grand tradition of education at old mortar or fields. it was the teachers Penn Charter. We recognize we’re who gave us the experience and the not doing the whole thing but we’re discipline to set us up for the rest of making our contribution. our lives. the gifts reflect our desire to make sure the school has adequate Bill McDonald OPC ’62, president of funding to attract that same caliber of Houghton International, Inc., helped teacher. and there’s no question that establish the Class of 1962 Faculty and we all value the diversity of students. Student Fund in 2007 to support both a high level of faculty and a diverse students and teachers at Penn Charter.
  • Graham michener oPC ’89 Story Headline o ur class would not have been as great without Kenny Caldwell. literally the Quaker in our class, he it really struck a cord with me. Kenny came from a different environment than i was exposed was our school mascot; he befriend- to, and he brought so much more to ed everyone and had the enthusiasm the class than the average student; to rally us. he brought diversity to our class in i remember running into Kenny many ways. i felt like it was the right about a week before he passed away. thing to do for our school to establish the last time i saw him was just like a scholarship in memory of Kenny to the first time: he had a wide grin bring other Kenny Caldwells into the on his face, full of life, happy and Penn Charter community. We hope content with where he was in life. that through this scholarship, we’ll be able to achieve this goal. Graham E. Michener OPC ’89 is an the scholarship fund will enable executive recruiter for Russell Reynolds students who normally would not Associates who spearheaded the think of Penn Charter as an option Kenny Caldwell OPC ’89 Memorial to clear that hurdle and to become Scholarship Fund to honor his part of a community that would not classmate who died in the World only benefit their lives but allow Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. them to benefit the lives of others. William Penn Charter SChool  Report Gifts of Paul C. Zieger P ’86, ’88, ’89 2006–2007 Story Headline i have three sons who are gradu- ates, so Penn Charter has been very important in the upbringing of our eitC gift was a no-brainer because it ultimately only cost us 0 percent of our gift because of our children. as a parent, i can see the state’s tax credit. Why wouldn’t it has stood them in good stead for i do it? it just makes a lot of their careers, both personally and sense. the scholarship program professionally, really. and it’s a very brings young people who might good cause. Bonnie and i have said not otherwise have a chance to that one of the things that stands out grow and develop and blossom, about the school is its diversity. of and that’s important for the city, course, it’s true that many people the region and the school. can’t afford Penn Charter, so if we can help them out, so much the Paul C. Zieger is president of Zieger and better. the parents who can’t afford Sons, Inc., a flower wholesaler. Zieger to send their children there bring and Sons designated tax dollars to their diversity, whether it be racial benefit scholarship at Penn Charter as or cultural or whatever. they give the part of the Educational Improvement school real depth. Tax Credit program.
  • scholaRship Frameworks For the Future percent of a family’s need. an additional $,000,000 in Beyond maintaining and enhancing the vibrancy of new endowment has been earmarked for students new to Penn Charter’s student body, our new and improved schol- independent education to prepare and support them for arship endowment will free the school’s operating budget to academic success. these funds will be used for transition be used for other program enhancements and priorities. programs in the summer prior to matriculation, yearlong imagine hundreds of savings accounts each designated tutoring and counseling, and financial assistance with to make sure resources are always available to bring a va- books and computers. riety of students to the Penn Charter community. this is precisely what scholarship donors did in great numbers during this campaign. Joy Quill established a fund for needy asian students. the ortale family for scholar-ath- letes. the Kurz family for needy Upper School students and the evans family for needy lower School students. Speaking on behalf of the Class of 970, tom Driscoll oPC ’70 recalled Charlie long, one of the classmates in whose honor a class scholarship has been established, “i think it would be wonderful if every Penn Charter class has a Charlie. We only got him because somebody previ- ous to us had set up a fund.” Similarly, Graham michener oPC ’89 says of his classmate Kenny Caldwell in whose honor he established a scholarship, “our class would not have been as great without him. i just felt like it was the right thing to do for our school to put something together in memory of Kenny to bring other Kenny Caldwells into the Penn Charter community.” Photo caption. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Nulla lectus metus, commodo non, interdum in, accumsan id, William felis. Phasellus nonummy nulla vel enim. Donec aliquet risus et sem.  Penn Charter SChool Suspendisse diam. In hac habitasse platea dictumst. Cras mollis tortor. Report Gifts of 2006–2007 Jeff lotman oPC ’89 Story Headline i think any school that cares so much about the students—and the students’ overall development the goal of a fund like this is to give kids a chance, by giving the spirit of what earl is all about. his strength over anything else—is a school that and consistency and constancy and should to be taken care of. leadership to the school are the earl had been around for so kind of attributes that any student long and had such an impact on would strive for. so many children that i felt it was this scholarship gives an op- really important to recognize the portunity to students who couldn’t strength and leadership that he’s write a check for Penn Charter, and it shown all these years. Specifically, contributes to the school’s diversity – something that earl cares passionately Jeff Lotman OPC ’80, CEO of Global about. it was my way of recognizing his Icons, established the Earl J. Ball III leadership and saying thank you for Scholarship Fund to support worthy taking care of me and all the students students. who have been at Penn Charter.
  • Casiana ryan Schmidt Story Headline i was fortunate to have been mar- ried to a truly brilliant, fun and life-loving oPC ’49 man, William the Quaker way of education. You see, i taught in moorestown Friends. So, today, and for the rest of my life, in hayes ryan. Bill ryan loved Penn Bill’s memory, i would like to help an Charter and always valued the educa- economically disadvantaged young tion he received in this institution. person with academic potential his heart was filled – particularly receive a Penn Charter education. towards the end of his life – with wonderful memories of his youth as a In honor of her late husband, Casiana PC student. Penn Charter is a special Ryan Schmidt established the William school for me, too, not only because Ryan OPC ’49 and Casiana Ryan of Bill, but also because i believe in Scholarship Fund. Photo caption. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Nulla lectus metus, commodo non, interdum in, accumsan id, felis. Phasellus nonummy nulla vel enim. Donec aliquet risus et sem. Suspendisse diam. In hac habitasse platea dictumst. Cras mollis tortor. William Penn Charter SChool 3 Report Gifts of 2006–2007
  • facilities Frameworks For the Future Building the Best Places to Teach and Learn the new middle School possible. it opened in Septem- as Will Carr oPC ’69 notes in “Walking the talk” on ber 00 to the cheers of students, parents and alumni. page XXX, rather than a build-it-and-they-will-come the building is faced with Wissahickon mica schist, the philosophy Penn Charter’s approach to new facilities has rock that gives Penn Charter’s campus its distinctive been to develop fabulous programs and then to ask donors appearance. inside, the school house is a state-of-the- to build new facilities to support them. indeed, each of the art, 45,000-square-foot facility with thirteen class- major building initiatives of the Frameworks campaign rooms, three science labs, a music and drama room, – a new middle school, Upper School renovations, athletic and a two-story commons used for performance and fields and squash center, and a new performing arts cen- assemblies – all designed to meet the specific needs of ter – grows out of existing programmatic excellence. a vibrant and innovative middle School program. richard B. fisher middle School Upper School renovations With the opening of the richard B. Fisher middle With the middle School settled in its own building, School, Penn Charter realized a primary goal in space to improve and renew Upper School programs in its campus master plan – strong identity and clear the main building increased dramatically. an upgrade separation of the three school divisions. a gift of to wireless technology, a new hVaC system, an elevator $5,000,000,000 from richard B. Fisher oPC ’53 made and handicap ramps launched these renovations. then several enhancements for specific program spaces Fitness Center William Field House Renovation 4 Penn Charter SChool t he $50,000 renovation to the fitness center in Dooney Field equipment. “there’s always some- thing for someone, even if they are the equipment is top-of-the-line, and outside trainers are extremely Report Gifts of house was completed in october new to weightlifting,” Studevan said. impressed with our facility.” 006, and both students and fac- “it used to seem that it was for ath- Jim Phillips, middle School 2006–2007 ulty have been enjoying workouts letes only, but now you see more fac- teacher and coach of boys varsity there for nearly a year. the renova- ulty, and you see students who don’t basketball, agreed. “it is ideal,” he tion, made possible by a generous participate in athletics as much.” said. “Compared to other schools, gift from an anonymous donor, assistant head of School some may be bigger or more dy- included an expansion of the space, Stephanie Judson works out in the namic, but for the number of users the addition of a safer, rubberized fitness center twice a week. She at our center, it is the ideal space floor, a new coat of paint – includ- said the renovations “have allowed and has all the equipment you ever ing a handsome PC logo on the back me to exercise more effectively. need,” Phillips said. wall – and new free weights and nautilus equipment. the space is now air con- ditioned, an upgrade that has encouraged more people to come in and exercise. athletic Director Paul Butler estimated that about 30 students use the fitness room each day in the summer and, during the school year, the number climbs to 70 to 80 students and faculty daily. Jordan Studevan, a junior who uses the center to train for basketball and football, said he enjoys both the atmosphere and the range of
  • Shanin Specter oPC ’75 Story Headline P enn Charter has an outstand- ing squash program, led by my oPC classmate Geoff Shields, and it from my dad and ralph West. When i was a junior, i played on the JV team and i was paired against a skinny kid on to haverford College, which had no squash courts, and i didn’t get much better until i went to law was important to me that the school from Germantown academy. and school and played regularly again. enter the st century in terms of the then when i was a senior on Penn the skinny kid went on to Penn and squash facility. Charter’s varsity team, i was paired played number one at Penn. he was the new squash courts are going against that same skinny kid. i went Brian roberts. those two matches to help recruit good squash players, introduced Brian and me, and a fast entice novices to come out and play friendship grew out of it. Brian was squash, allow ample practice time pivotal in the fund-raising for these for the boys and the girls, and assist squash courts. my law partner, tom Penn Charter’s matriculation to Kline, and his wonderful wife, Paula first-rate colleges because there are – parents of squash player Zac oPC so many colleges that are looking for ’03 and hilary oPC ’97 – and my good squash players. Squash is one of squash playing wife, tracey, were the only sports offered at Penn Char- equally instrumental with me in the ter that is truly a lifetime sport. it’s lead gift. going to increase the life expectancy of Penn Charter students. Shanin Specter OPC ’75 and Tom Kline i was a remarkably mediocre P ’97, ’03, partners in the Center City athlete at Penn Charter. i earned a law firm Kline & Specter, made lead varsity letter in squash through a gifts to the Kline and Specter Family lot of hard work and good coaching Squash Center. William Penn Charter SChool 5 Report Gifts of 2006–2007 Photo caption. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Nulla lectus metus, commodo non, interdum in, accumsan id, felis. Phasellus nonummy nulla vel enim. Donec aliquet risus et sem. Suspendisse diam. In hac habitasse platea dictumst. Cras mollis tortor.
  • facilities Frameworks For the Future Diane Bass P ’4 Story Headline t he Penn Charter Community dedicated the 007 Community auction to earl and Pam Ball. We the best place it can be for our kids. our hope is that a gift of this size will demonstrate the Community’s com- ing arts Center and hopefully serve to inspire other people to join us in supporting it. i see our children then happily donated the auction mitment to building this Perform- on that stage, in plays, performing profits, $00,000, to the Ball theater music… i see the culmination of the of the David l. Kurtz Performing arts hard work of our arts faculty, and i Center in recognition of earl’s tire- see a performing space that’s fitting less efforts to create this reality for for what our faculty and students have our children. We felt that the capital achieved in the arts over the past few campaign should not be supported by years. i see a happy future. only the chosen few but by our com- munity as a whole, and the Commu- Diane Bass P’14 is co-chair of the Penn nity auction was an all-school effort Charter Community, which donated – parents, overseers, faculty and $100,000 of the proceeds from the 2007 students came together to make this Community Auction to the Pam and event possible and successful – even Earl Ball Theater in the new David L. in a driving ice storm! Kurtz Center for the Performing Arts. We all care so much about our The Bass family also purchased a box children and their education that suite in memory of Diane’s mother, it’s a priority to make Penn Charter Jeanette Cohn. William 6 Penn Charter SChool Report Gifts of Photo caption. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, 2006–2007 consectetuer adipiscing elit. Nulla lectus metus, commodo non, interdum in, accumsan id, felis. Phasellus nonummy nulla vel enim. Donec aliquet risus et sem. Suspendisse diam.
  • were made, including new math and Writing Centers, arts faculty and program attract many families to a new computer lab – and dramatically transformed the school. Due to the program’s success, Penn science facilities. new campaign funds have made Charter has literally outgrown its current facili- possible enlarged, state-of-the-art science laboratory ties. the need for a new performing arts center has classrooms for chemistry, biology, and physics; plus a been apparent for some time and was identified general science lab and lecture room, a greenhouse, an as a priority by the strategic planning commit- enhanced science library and faculty offices, plus en- tee prior to the campaign. thanks to Frameworks dowment to support Upper School science education. donors that dream will become a reality. the turn- ing point in securing the future of the new center athletic fields, facilities renovations, kline and came toward the end of the campaign with a lead Specter Squash Center gift of $3,000,000 from the Kurtz Family Founda- Campaign donors have provided funding for new tion. Called “the right gift at the right time” by baseball, football and lacrosse fields, and a new track. those involved, the gift was made with the help and in the activities Building, the wresting facility and guidance of Jennifer and David Kurtz oPC ’8. the basement locker rooms have been renovated, and a center will be named for Dave’s father, broadcast renovated swimming pool features new filtration and pioneer David l. Kurtz. Penn Charter hired Voith ventilation systems, sound panels and spectator seat- & mactavish architects (Vma) of Center City to ing. once complete, the building will be renamed the design a center with a stage capable of holding both William a. Graham iV oPC ’58 athletic Center. across band and choir; a 650-seat theater; vocal and band the School house lane, the new Kline and Specter practice rooms; recording facilities; and lobby art Squash Center features seven international regulation gallery. the new center will benefit not only Penn squash courts and spectator seating and restores the Charter but its east Falls neighborhood as well. gatehouse on the old Strawbridge property. a beautiful campus in the city on a green expanse David L. kurtz Center for the Performing arts of 44 acres is one of Penn Charter’s great distinctions. the performing arts have flourished at Penn Char- Donor gifts to facilities have helped to steward and ter, especially over the past 0 years and our superb enhance this remarkable asset. William Penn Charter SChool 7 Report Gifts of 2006–2007 Wendy h. rosen P ’ Story Headline i love this school. i love the diver- sity. and i love the devotion of the teachers. the teachers really enjoy. and the school made sure we were part of the process. i’m sorry ali’s leaving middle School; her will go above and beyond with the experience was just wonderful. students – all kids have to do is ask. i think it’s really important when a few years ago, i was sitting on my people are fortunate that they give back porch with rich Balderston back. i guess the more people who and i said i would love to do some- step forward, the more others will thing for the school. he said, we follow with whatever they can do. just happen to be starting a capital campaign. i wanted to make a con- Wendy H. Rosen, real estate agent and tribution. at the time, my daughter insurance broker, and Paul R. Rosen, was going into the middle School – a an attorney with Spector Gadon & brand new, beautiful, state-of-the- Rosen P.C., funded the Rosen Atrium in art building that the children can the Richard B. Fisher Middle School.
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 penn Charter annual Fund Heading Lorem ipsum text William 8 Penn Charter SChool Report Gifts of 2006–2007
  • oveRseeRs of RepoRt of Gifts william penn chaRteR school Cash received, July 1, 2006 – June 30, 2007 for the School Year 2006-2007 Annual Fund William B. Carr Jr. OPC ’69, Clerk John A. Affleck OPC ’64, P ’98, ’02 Alumni Annual Fund .................................................................................................................. $ Richard A. Balderston OPC ’69, P ’02, ’05 Parent Annual Fund.................................................................................................................... $ Earl J. Ball Hon. 1689, P ’89, ’94, GP ’19 Grandparent Annual Fund ................................................................................................. $ Anne M. Caramanico P ’07 Friends Annual Fund ................................................................................................................. $ George Eastburn P ’94 Subtotal....................................................................................................................... $ Ilana Eisenstein OPC ’95 David Evans OPC ’59 Jane F. Evans Hon. 1689, P ’93, ’95, ’98 Restricted Annual Giving Heather G. Garrison P ’05 Educational Improvement Tax Credit .................................................................... $ 389,605 Karen Hallowell Teachers Retirement Contribution ......................................................................... $ 248,977 Patricia Hunt P ’88 Robert K. Kurz OPC ’74, P ’04, ’08 Academics and Special Programs .............................................................................. $ 9,948 Nelson J. Luria OPC ’59 Athletics ................................................................................................................................................... $ 1,000 Joyce G. McCray Professional Development................................................................................................. $ 52,678 Aileen Roberts P ’06, ’09, ’12 Scholarship ........................................................................................................................................... $ 14,300 Benjamin E. Robinson III OPC ’82 College Prep ...................................................................................................................................... $ 43,600 Grace Sharples-Cooke P ’08 Subtotal....................................................................................................................... $ 760,108 Lewis S. Somers 3rd OPC ’44, P ’73, ’78 F. John White OPC ’65, P ’90, ’96, ’99 Caesar D. Williams Jr. OPC ’80, P ’15 Total Gifts to Current Operations ......................................................... $ Edward Zubrow Senior Overseers Frameworks For The Future Richard P. Brown Jr. OPC ’38 Faculty Endowment ................................................................................................................... $ 454,576 George C. Corson Jr. OPC ’52, P ’83 Scholarship Endowment ...................................................................................................... $ 783,305 Roger S. Hillas OPC ’45, P ’71, ’06, ’09 Facilities .................................................................................................................................................... $ 4,433,615 Grace R. Wheeler Hon.1689, P ’78, P ’08 Unrestricted ........................................................................................................................................ $ 223,308 William OPC Old Pen n Charter General Endowment ................................................................................................................ $ 87,908 Penn Charter SChool 9 Hon. 1689 Member of the Honorary Class of 1689 Total Capital Gifts ............................................................................................... $ 5,982,712 Report Gifts of P Parent GP Grandparent All Charitable Giving ............................................................ $ 2006–2007 penn chaRteR’s development office 2007-2008 John T. Rogers Hon. 1689, P ’99, ’00, ’04 Chief Development Officer Stephanie Ball P ’19 Director of Parent Relations and Stewardship/Coordinator of Lower and Middle School Parent Annual Fund Jennifer Cubbin P ’17, ’20 Assistant to the Chief Development Officer Ted Decker OPC ’78, P ’06, ’08, ’13 Assistant Director of Annual Giving Nancy Donaghy P ’91 Special Projects Rachel Dyer OPC ’92, P ’19 Development Officer Susan Goodman P ’17 Development Assistant
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 penn Charter annual Fund Leadership Support Penn Charter’s leadership donors are the cornerstone of the Annual Fund effort. A record _________ individuals made gifts ranging from $1,000 (William Penn Society donors) to $25,000 or more (1689 Founders). This group of important donors accounted for nearly _____ percent of all annual giving. They have demonstrated an extraordinary level of support for the school and made a tangible difference in the lives of our students. We are very grateful to them all. 1689 foundeRs Nelson J. Luria OPC ’59 28 Francis J. Jr. and Edna May McGarvey 6 Rudolph and Muriel Robinson 7 Paul R. and Wendy H. Rosen 8 John K. and Louise K. * Binswanger 3 Edward A. Blechschmidt 3 $25,000 and above Marc W. and Laura K. McKenna 20 E. Anthony OPC ’78 James J. and Tracey A. Bloom 4 Duncan M. OPC ’61 J. David OPC ’84 and Kari Scially 4 and Lisa Saltzman 9 H. Dickson S. Boenning OPC ’38 17 and Ellen McFarland James R. and Amy Schaeffer 8 Willard S. OPC ’39 The Bromley Charitable Trust 17 Silver W. Scott OPC ’78 and Florence Boothby 22 Penn Charter Alumni Society 7 $3,000 – $5,999 and Jocelyn P. Simon 22 Martha M. Brady 12 Brian L. and Aileen K. Roberts 14 Robert M. OPC ’69 Richard J. Braemer OPC ’58 N. Scott and Sandra R. Adzick 5 and Gail S. Smith 17 and Amy Finkel 29 Lewis S. 3rd OPC ’44 Mark L. and Sue Ellen Alderman 7 Shanin OPC ’75 and Tracey Specter 23 John W. Bryan and Nancy E.Winkler 6 and Elizabeth F. Somers 29 Brafford and Christine Bak 12 J. C. Spink OPC ’90 10 George A. OPC ’72 William OPC ’46 Red dooR and Ruth M. Balderston 28 Allen F. Steere OPC ’66 and Diana Y. Buffum 26 Louis F. OPC ’62 council Bruce R. OPC ’49 and Meemie Steere 28 Erol and Elisabeth Veznedaroglu 1 and Marcy W. Burke 19 $10,000 – $24,000 and Diantha L. Barstow 8 John E. OPC ’68 Richard L. Cantor Jeffrey F. and Anita B. Beck 3 and Andree D. Welsh 22 and Joan Balaban Cantor 14 John A. OPC ’64 D. Jeffry OPC ’76 William J. OPC ’70 Gretchen Carey 1 and Cynthia H. Affleck 25 and Amy B. Benoliel 17 and Denise C. Welsh 22 Christopher Carroll OPC ’96 2 Richard A. OPC ’69 and Claudia F. Balderston 28 Stephen A. Bonnie OPC ’66 31 Grace R. Wheeler 26 J. Michael Chaple OPC ’79 Thomas and Anne M. Caramanico 6 Mark A.OPC ’74 and Alice R. Bower 12 Henry D. and Stephanie Windmoeller 5 and Hildy Schnell-Chaple 21 Peter F. OPC ’56 and Jean M. Cooke 18 Charles M. and Stephanie C. Cahn 8 Williamson Hospitality Services, Inc. 3 William and Lynda Chollak 1 Joseph A. Dworetzky William B. Carr Jr. OPC ’69 Norman S. and Linda Cohen 21 and Amy L. Banse 8 and Stephanie Middleton 28 Kenneth J. Colley OPC ’83 24 Bronze Walter C. John E. F. OPC ’58 Stuart F. OPC ’73 William $1,000 – $2,999 and Jane F. Evans Hon. 1689 21 and Carol A. Corson 20 and Marcia E. K. Conston 25 0 Penn Charter SChool Jeanne D. Fisher 29 James J. OPC ’87 J. Seth H. Cruice OPC ’39 12 David OPC ’59 and Linda Evans 16 Jeffrey L. Abrams OPC ’77 and Margaret A. Abrams 22 Merritt T. Cooke III and Grace Sharples-Cooke 5 Report Gifts of and Lesley Fitzgerald 14 W. Roderick and Pamela B. Gagne 16 Nooha P. Ahmed-Lee George C. Corson OPC ’52 21 William A. OPC ’58 Andrew A. and Marji R. Goldman 4 and Daniel J. Lee 3 Michael G. and Meg Crofton 5 2006–2007 and Frances Graham 30 Blake B. OPC ’92 and Lois Goodner 1 Mark S. OPC ’72 Oliver S. OPC ’38 Albert M. OPC ’74 John P. OPC ’54 and Kathleen 29 and Patrice G. Aitken 22 and Eleanor Crosby 23 and Wendy Greenfield 9 Parris K. Hall Jerry S. and Janice Apple 3 Robert R. OPC ’56 Lisa D. Kabnick and John H. McFadden 9 and Karen Colquitt-Hall 9 James M. OPC ’60 and Louise R. Cryer 29 Steven F. OPC ’74 Howard T. Hallowell OPC ’52 5 and Susan S. Arrison 24 Stewart and Kathleen R. Dalzell 19 and Corinne Koltes 22 Wayne A. OPC ’75 and Jaimie Jerdan 8 Samy B. Badawy and Toby Shawe 3 Christopher J. Damm Marc R. OPC ’86 Adam M. Koppel OPC ’87 Harry M. and Barbara L. Baer 5 and Nancy Q. Petersmeyer 6 and Caroline E. Lisker 15 and Brenda E. Haynes 20 Bruce K. Balderston OPC ’72 29 Louis D. OPC ’52 and Shirley Davis 10 Casiana O. Ryan Schmidt 1 Raymond W. OPC ’61 Torsten J. OPC ’83 James C. OPC ’47 Louis D. OPC ’82 and Jennifer Davis 22 and Priscilla A.Vickers 17 and Victoria Kreider 13 and Dorrie L. Balderston 16 Howard J. and Barbara Davis 14 Stuart L. and Ellen Wolf 6 David J. OPC ’82 and Jennifer A. Kurtz 9 Earl J. Hon. 1689 J. Peter OPC ’74 and Susan S. Davis 23 Robert K. OPC ’74 and Carol Kurz 23 and Pam R. Ball Hon. 1689 28 William M. OPC ’59 william penn Richard J. Sr. and Barbara N. Lyons 5 Walter F. Ballinger III OPC ’42 and Jeanne Davison 28 society John L. and Susan E. McInerney 4 Evan W. OPC ’54 and Mary Randolph 6 Jeffrey D. Barr OPC ’64 24 T. Frank OPC ’45 and Helen C. Decker 29 Gold and Nancy Michener 29 Arthur R. Jr. and Terry H. Bartolozzi 3 George E. OPC ’59 $6,000 – $9,999 David P. OPC ’64 Robert S. and Diane Bass 6 and Lynn Deming 9 Richard P. Brown OPC ’38 29 and Carolyn S. Montgomery 30 Philip J. OPC ’48 and Barbara J. Baur 1 George C. Denniston Jr. OPC ’51 * 37 William B. OPC ’43 Richard K. Murray Louise B. Beardwood * 8 Anthony J. OPC ’61 and Elizabeth Chamberlin 22 and Patricia M. Bailey 1 Thomas J. Jr. and Patricia D. Bender 21 and Dorothy DiMarino 2 Anthony and Amy D’Orazio 6 Levon N. and Claudia J. Nazarian 6 William G. Jr. OPC ’34 Arthur P. and Barbara Dobias 3 Edward C. OPC ’47 and Joan Driscoll 27 Jeffrey P. Orleans OPC ’64 29 and Ruth Berlinger 26 Michael D. OPC ’82 Mark R. and Heather Garrison 6 Penn Charter Community 8 Fredrick B. and Bryna Berman 3 and Elena A. Donahower 1 Frank P. OPC ’41 Jeffrey A. Reinhold Livingston L. IV and Joan S. Biddle 5 John M. OPC ’42 and Betty Louchheim 29 and Kathleen A. Lister 8 David and Dorothy F. Binswager 10 and Barbara Donahue 21 Please note that the exponent following a person’s name indicates the number of consecutive years of giving in a particular category. * deceased
  • John and Janice L. Drabyak 3 David H. Jr. and Anne Hilton 3 Richard H. MacNeal OPC ’40 14 John D. and Theresa Rollins 15 Howard A. Drossner Bruce I. and Karan Hoffman 2 James R. MacRae Robert L. OPC ’82 and Pamela I. Lehrer 7 Brian B. and Laura A. Huber 1 and Suzanne R. Biemiller 2 and Laurie A. Rosania 8 Brian J. OPC ’85 and Mary Duffy 8 Jeffrey M. and Susan Hugo 1 James R. OPC ’77 and Anne P. Malone 8 Mitchell C. and Martha A. Rosenberg 7 George and Sharon Eastburn 12 D. Holden OPC ’81 James D. and Eleanor A. Mangine 19 Michael J. Ross OPC ’67 Margaret Emmons 1 and Betsy Hummel 13 James V. OPC ’57 and Rosalie Masella 13 and Jennifer Owen 20 Bruce K. OPC ’72 Patricia Hunt and F. John Hagele 11 Victor C. II and Elizabeth Mather 29 David I. and Suzanne B. Rowland 4 and Christina H. Entwisle 15 David A. Hutchings OPC ’64 8 William F. OPC ’47 Daniel F. III and Elizabeth F. Ryan 17 Charles A. OPC ’31 John F. OPC ’65 and Patricia A. Matlack 1 Gene Z. and Cathy P. Salkind 2 and Jacqueline Ernst 10 and Maureen Hutchinson 2 Stephen R. OPC ’75 Harold G. and Adele K. Schaeffer 4 William R. Evans OPC ’70 17 Michael F. OPC ’78 and Cynthia Mazda 24 Michael Schaffer OPC ’71 26 Jacques P. Fiechter OPC ’63 and Elizabeth J. Iademarco 22 Robert C. and Minky McAdoo 29 Martin B. OPC ’56 and Fredericka Bransby 23 George F. OPC ’60 Gary W. OPC ’68 and Jeanne Schneider 5 Howard M. and Phyllis Fischer 7 and Susan Ingersoll * 29 and Dawn McDowell 8 Irvin G. OPC ’73 William T. OPC ’63 and Maryann Fox 8 Robert R. OPC ’45 Thomas J. and Denise McDugall 4 and Marilyn S. Schorsch 15 Glenn T. Frantz and Patricia Irving 18 Philip A. III and Laura W. McMunigal 5 Leonard C. Schwarz OPC ’61 and Nancy Sabol Frantz 2 Glenn C. Isaacson and Jane Wang 8 Robert S. OPC ’77 and Jeanne J. Fleming 30 Martin and Susan Freed 2 Craig L. and Lori A. Israelite 5 and Vicki C. Miles 24 Thomas J. OPC ’58 and Jean T. Scott 19 Raymond G. OPC ’32 * J. Brandt OPC ’83 and Nikki E. Joel 13 Andrew L. OPC ’82 Sharon A. Sexton and Dorothy Frick 5 G. Eric Johansen and Robin Miller 18 and Thomas Ferrick Jr. 6 John H. OPC ’46 and Kathleen L. Dilonardo 4 Wallace T. OPC ’76 Ronald J. and Deborah Shaffer 14 and Mildred M. Gawthrop 13 Peter C. OPC ’68 and Christina Miller 1 Jacob A. Shipon and Judith Rotko 1 Bradford M. OPC ’58 and Stephanie A. Johnson 1 Buell A. OPC ’51 and Joanne Miller 1 Arunan Sivalingam 9 and Paula A. Gearinger 23 Donald R. OPC ’51 Joseph P. and Mary R. Monzo 5 William S. Skinner and Loreen Volpe 6 Ernest W. Moody Jr. General Mills, Inc. 1 and Dorothy Kardon 15 Paul J. Slowik OPC ’82 24 and Iris L. Lewis-Moody 6 Stuart M. and Shannon N. George 2 Samuel P. and Connie A. Katz 10 James T. Smith and Debra Klebanoff 4 Gregory B. and Susan T. Moore 7 Richard L. OPC ’53 Patrick H. OPC ’88 and Anne Keane 2 Harvey A. and Babette Snyder 1 Keith and Alixandra Morgan 2 and Abby M. Geyer 8 Donald M. Kerr OPC ’57 Jonathan H. Sprogell OPC ’70 F. Stanton OPC ’47 and Ann S. Moyer 29 John and Cathy Gigliotti 1 and Alison Kyle 29 and Kathryn Taylor 26 Steven J. OPC ’55 and Susan Munzer 22 William James P. Golden OPC ’79 Matthew B. Kessler OPC ’99 3 Kathryn Steinbugler 7 and Ann Davis 4 Charles J. OPC ’80 Byron G. OPC ’49 and June E. King 2 Thomas M. and Amelia C. Kittredge 24 David Nation and Suzan Willcox 11 Yuko Omori 8 James S. OPC ’75 and Jill W. Still 24 Samuel C. OPC ’82 and Judy Stokes 6 Penn Charter SChool  and Hyun Susan Goodman 23 Stephen J. Kron OPC ’79 David W. OPC ’68 and Claire B. Oxtoby 26 P. John and Lucy Strackhouse 7 Report Gifts of Herbert F. Jr. * and Elizabeth McNally 24 Michael J. OPC ’87 and Virginia P. Goodrich 26 Stuart B. and Deborah G. Kurtz 6 Carol K. Park 2 and Mary C. Sullivan 3 2006–2007 Charles S. OPC ’51 Elsie E. Goss-Caldwell 1 Dorothy Kurz 1 and Patricia P. Parmenter 8 Joseph S. OPC ’53 and Barbara Torg 8 Robert L. OPC ’55 Charles Kurz OPC ’63 31 Michael A. OPC ’82 Charles J. and Dorothy Tornetta 1 and Elizabeth E. Gray 28 Joseph T. and Pamela J. Laudadio 1 and Katherine Pascali 1 Thomas M. Twitmyer OPC ’55 8 Michael and Eileen E. Greenberg 11 Fredric I. and Susan D. Lazarus 4 Patricia Patrizi 6 Julie M.Van Sciver OPC ’92 3 Donald L. OPC ’51 Thomas H. Lee II OPC ’69 Louis S. Pearlstein and Mal Khatri 8 Joseph B. OPC ’52 and Abigail D. Greene 22 and Mary T. McTernan 28 Scott B. OPC ’74 and Anne Perper 22 and Carol M.Van Sciver 28 Thomas E. Groshens OPC ’78 David W. OPC ’73 Reid S. Perper OPC ’77 Raymond and Kathleen A.Vandegrift 3 and Kia Neff 5 and Y. Ping S. Leebron 12 and M. Clara Tucci 3 Jay and Keira G.Vederman 1 Richard P. OPC ’61 Donald M. and Victoria Levinson 1 Joshua S. Petersohn OPC ’85 F. Bruce OPC ’52 and Louise Hamilton 10 Robert P. OPC ’48 and Nuriye Uygur 1 and Janet A. Waechter 26 Peter B. OPC ’64 and Rochelle F. Levy 7 Agustin J. OPC ’41 William T. and Clara A. Wagner 1 and Elizabeth A. Hamilton 24 Paul M. and Amara A. Lieberman 1 and Charlotte F. Pocock 17 Webster U. OPC ’87 and Lisa Walker 8 Jeffrey T. Harbison OPC ’76 Philip E. OPC ’53 Douglas H. and Rebecca Pyle 7 Robert W. and Joan B. Walters 4 and Valerie A. Arkoosh 8 and Naomi Lippincott 12 Carolyn J. Quill 9 Thomas D. Watkins OPC ’59 4 Stephen P. and Sharon M. Harrington 3 Linda A. Lipscomb 9 Joseph J. Ragg Jr. and Cathie Driscoll 4 Edwin A. OPC ’58 Jeffrey K. and Amy G. Harrow 13 Joseph F. Lipski OPC ’81 8 Abraham C. and Sherri E. Reich 21 and Mariann Weihenmayer 27 George J. Hauptfuhrer OPC ’70 William A. Loeb OPC ’52 24 David J. and Margaret M. Richards 4 Philip I. and Terry E. Weinberg 4 and Sally Dillard 33 Gary L. Lozoff and Miriam Katz 3 Leonard Rieser John H. OPC ’95 and Ellis D.Whipple 8 Robert P. OPC ’49 Jay E. and Stella Ludwig 2 and Fernando Chang-Muy 1 F. John OPC ’65 and Beth Ann White 24 and Barbara D. Hauptfuhrer 50 Stephen E. OPC ’65 Christopher D. OPC ’82 Warren OPC ’63 and Tamah Wiegand 20 Jeffrey R. Havsy OPC ’87 13 and Louiseanne E. Luongo 29 and Amy P. Roak 2 Caesar D. OPC ’80 Jeffrey L. and Annette M. Heinsheimer 7 William D. OPC ’87 F. Stone OPC ’62 and Julie D. Roberts 8 and Katrina Williams 8 Roger S. OPC ’45 and Marla Luterman 6 John T. Hon. 1689 Albert B. OPC ’62 and Sara R.Wilson 18 and Dolores E. Hillas 22 Thomas B. Jr. and Gail MacCabe 1 and Nancy W. Rogers 21 Janis P. Winder 26
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 penn Charter annual Fund Leadership Support continued Winokur Family Foundation 1 Bryan W. OPC ’79 and Lisa M. Cotter 2 Judith and Edwin Gerber 17 David M. OPC ’86 and Jodi Jaspan 1 Andrew D. John R. OPC ’52 and Ellen Crompton 16 Suzanne Gerber 14 Kenneth L. OPC ’58 and Kristy-Ann E. Wolfington 1 Edward K. OPC ’43 and Jane Crothers 8 Earl W. OPC ’55 and Kathryn Glazier 14 and Tonyia B. Jordan 8 Thomas R.Yorko 10 Michael E. OPC ’58 William Goldberg and Tracey Weiss 2 Royal D. Joslin 6 Kenneth J. OPC ’68 and Carol Cushmore 14 Joel W. and Marlene F. Goldwein 3 Karen A. Joslin 1 and Mary D.Young 25 Richard L. OPC ’53 William M. Graff OPC ’58 Balloch F. Kaesshaefer 18 Eric L. Zager and Marirosa Colon 2 and Marlene V. Daugherty 29 and Barbara Cameron 8 Megan E. OPC ’95 and Ryan Kafer 6 Deborah M. and Bruce Zakheim * 11 Joseph P. Delaney Robert D. Greenbaum OPC ’78 23 Joseph K. and Joyce Kelly 1 and Barbara Campbell 4 Douglas L. OPC ’77 Kelly’s Sports LTD. 1 Charter Associates Steven L. and Doreen F. Derman 1 and Elaine Greenfield 2 N. Paul Kenworthy OPC ’43 21 James R. Domenick Thomas D. and Patricia C. Griffin 2 Adam I. and Felisa Kessler 1 $500 – $999 and Katherine L. Clupper 3 Avery R. Harrington OPC ’48 Donald and Gay Kimelman 4 Aetna Foundation Inc. 1 Terrence P. OPC ’79 and Carolyn Beckenbaugh 23 Andrew J. OPC ’81 N. Nina Ahmad and Charlene Dowling 1 Martin J. OPC ’66 and Brenda Harrity 8 and Margaret M. Kramer 23 and Ahsan Nasratullah 9 Robert L. OPC ’73 and Sara Dyer 5 Nelson R. OPC ’51 Kenneth S. OPC ’59 and Gail Krieger 4 David M. OPC ’80 Artie OPC ’62 and Elaine Egendorf 1 and Marilyn Hartranft 2 George H. Kurz OPC ’46 and Jennifer T. Amaro 8 J. Marshall Evans OPC ’36 David A. OPC ’96 and Jessica Hayne 6 and Elisabeth Ankersmit 27 Ruben Amaro Jr. OPC ’83 and Harriet Johnston 28 David A. OPC ’86 and Robin L. Healy 15 Richard M. OPC ’45 and Virginia Machado 9 Jeffrey S. and Susan J. Falkoff 9 Gregory P. Hetter OPC ’54 Darryl J. Ford and Gail Sullivan 10 and Anita Pihl 6 and Nancy J. Lambert 3 Elizabeth J. Aron 19 Samuel H. OPC ’60 Ralph S. OPC ’56 Guy Laren 8 Christopher D. OPC ’89 and Stephanie W. Ball 6 and Roberta W. Francis 29 and Natalie C. Hirshorn 22 Richard M. OPC ’55 Joseph J. and Helaine S. Banner 2 B. Graeme OPC ’53 Daniel M. Hoffman OPC ’81 and Sylvia Lehman 1 Anne W. Banse * 2 and Barbara Frazier 12 and Cynthia L. Corbett 8 Seth and Ellyn Lehr 3 Michael A. Jr. and Millicent F. Basile 4 Alexandra V.A. and Thomas G. Frazier 7 H. Richard OPC ’83 Martin S. and Fern G. Lerner 5 Peter W. Benoliel OPC ’81 Bruce K. OPC ’84 and Laura S. Holgate 23 Paul R. and Leslie Lewis 10 and Jessica D. Taylor 2 and Moina M. Freeston 10 Mitchell L. and Cristy Hollin 6 George W. OPC ’58 and Elaine Linn 14 Brendan J. Benzing OPC ’87 John E. OPC ’70 and Alicia Gardner 23 Franklin S. OPC ’81 and Joan M. Todd and Tammy Lipschultz 1 and Cynthia Harvey 6 Gregg W. and Cindy Garnick 8 Horowitz 8 Eleanor M. Lloyd 1 Richard Berk and Susan Sorenson 1 Randi S. Garnick 8 Paul H. OPC ’77 and Linda R. Hough 23 David Lockard 1 William Bernard E. OPC ’56 Henry J. Gaskins Georg Jarzembowsi OPC ’65 John F. OPC ’78  Penn Charter SChool and Valerie V. Berlinger 3 Michael S. Blume OPC ’85 22 and Cynthia Medina-Gaskins 3 and Gabriela Kronauer 20 and Elizabeth Loughery 8 Report Gifts of Hanley P. and Reid S. Bodek 1 Joseph G. and Robin K. Bonus 4 2006–2007 Robert A. and Jill D. Bown 1 John A. Jr. and Pamela C. Bown 6 total annual fund dollaRs Raised XXX.X Brian P. Brady 1 (in thousands) 1101.0 1073.8 George W. and Jamie Braun 8 1002.8 Robert E. OPC ’63 942.8 and Nancy Brickley 30 917.4 Aminta Burnett 1 William H. OPC ’53 871.3 1,000 and Marianne C. Bux 5 821.5 2006-2007 Catherine L. OPC ’92 774.7 2005-2006 2004-2005 and Charles S. Cantlin 2 714.5 2003-2004 800 William H. OPC ’56 2002-2003 2001-2002 and Nancy Chaffee 2 2000-2001 William E. OPC ’59 667.9 1999-2000 and Bonnie W. Chapman 39 600 523.5 1998-1999 Harry S. Cherken OPC ’67 28 496.0 1997-1998 Richard T. Claus OPC ’50 1996-1997 and Dorothy Hill 23 400 1995-1996 1994-1995 James Cohen and Jane Hulting 4 Matthew J. and Maxine L. Comisky 5 Michael L. OPC ’82 200 and Wendy Concannon 1 Douglas L. OPC ’88 and Patricia B. Connor 8 0 The Conston Foundation 3 Michael J. Cooley OPC ’89 1 dollars Craig and Julia D. Corelli 12 (in thousands) Please note that the exponent following a person’s name indicates the number of consecutive years of giving in a particular category. * deceased
  • Joseph E. OPC ’60 Thomas K. and Marcia R. Pasch 3 Richard W. Thom Harrison G. OPC ’53 and Norma Jean Loughran 1 Thomas C. Peff and Ann Bowling 3 and Judith A. McKee 1 and Joan K. Wehner 14 J. Gregory OPC ’66 Robert and Barbara M. Perin 9 Perry and Joan S. Tishgart 15 John Weingartner OPC ’55 23 and Edith S. Luckman 26 David B. Picker and Grace A. Flisser 2 Curtis and Jacinta Toll 1 Ross and Marjorie Weiss 20 Donald S. Luria OPC ’53 Philip D. and Jill A. Plotnick 6 James D. Troyer William M. Welch OPC ’49 25 and Donna B. Nordin 2 Ronald O. OPC ’62 and Gail Prickitt 6 and Kathleen F. Callan 1 Robert W. and Anne H. White 21 Walter G. MacFarland OPC ’41 21 Joseph E. Jr. Ronan 7 Larry L. and Cynthia M. Turner 1 Barry C. Williams Thomas G. Macy and Elizabeth A. H. Andrew OPC ’80 and Susan Rose 13 Joseph B.Vahey and Donna Ewanciw 2 and Danielle Banks-Williams 10 Glascott Hon. 1689 20 Joel S. and Joan Rosen 8 Jack Van Baalen OPC ’48 10 David E. OPC ’90 Steven J. OPC ’87 Victoria D. Rosskam 17 Walter H. OPC ’48 and Megan L. OPC ’94 Wilson 1 and Leslie A. Mangine 11 William A. Roth OPC ’89 6 and Lorraine C. Waechter 8 Herbert S. OPC ’61 Michael D. OPC ’80 Generoso C. OPC ’88 William J. OPC ’77 and Cynthia Wall 1 and Deanne H. Winokur 21 and Grace P. Manno 3 and Mary M. Rullo 16 Richard C. Jr. Walling 1 C. Thomas and Ellen J. Wood 3 Scott D. OPC ’80 Joseph J. OPC ’66 and Beverly J. Salvia 1 Robert E. OPC ’60 Robert M. Jr. and Martha L. Wurtz 8 and Susan J. Marlowe 18 F. Tucker OPC ’64 and Leslie Schade 18 and Marilee Ward 8 Joseph R. OPC ’86 and Aileen York 3 Robert J. OPC ’73 Jeffrey D. Schrader and Gloria K. Marquess 17 and Julie E. Zahn-Schrader 7 Philip M. and Theodora D. Maurer 11 Stacey L. and Barbara J. Schwartz 23 Joyce G. McCray 14 Nathaniel E. OPC ’78 2006-2007 alumni Daniel K. McKenna OPC ’00 3 Louis F. Metzger OPC ’57 1 and Lisa M. Sher 12 Brent Sherwood OPC ’76 23 annual fund volunteeRs Bennett S. and Wendi A. Meyer 2 Paul OPC ’47 and Carolyn Bruce Balderston OPC ’72 Rob Jaffe OPC ’92 Arthur H. Miller Shuttleworth 19 Bruce Barstow OPC ’49 Sterling Johnson OPC ’78 and Cynthia Orns Miller 8 James Tyler Simpson OPC ’96 8 Steven J. OPC ’80 Robert T. OPC ’00 Simpson 1 Jeff Bender OPC ’98 Matt Killinger OPC ’85 and Kelly D. Molitor 1 Jon C. Sirlin OPC ’66 Jessica Bender OPC ’92 Jin Kim OPC ’01 Drew A. OPC ’93 and Karen Poul 24 Claude Bennett OPC ’62 Jessica Kolansky OPC ’03 and Nicole S. Morris 5 Steven Sklar and Nancy E. Berkowitz 3 Antonio Bentivoglio OPC ’82 Adam Koppel OPC ’87 Judith R. Moss 13 Frederick W. Slack OPC ’66 21 Mark Bernstein OPC ’79 David Kurtz OPC ’82 Michael Moulton and Toni Welch 3 Raymond F. OPC ’79 Mike Blume OPC ’85 John Lemonick OPC ’79 Gary W. and Abigail Muller 7 and Gwen A. Slider 4 Michael Brown OPC ’82 Pat Lynch OPC ’79 William Donna M. Murasko David and Charleen Slobodinsky 5 and Kenneth J. Blank 17 Timothy T. Myers OPC ’77 Harold P. and Celia U. Slutsky 1 David R. and Diane C. Smith 2 Steve Bonnie OPC ’66 Len Brown OPC ’45 Mike Manno OPC ’80 Ashley McDowell OPC ’01 Penn Charter SChool 3 and Elizabeth G. Frazee 6 Lois Snyder 3 Bill Bux OPC ’53 Bill McKinney OPC ’01 Report Gifts of Domingo and Patricia Negron 1 Donald M. OPC ’70 Perry Canfield OPC ’74 Kevin McKinney OPC ’62 Robert C. and Cindi L. Olsman 1 and Alison F. Soloff 27 Will Carr OPC ’69 Tom Mellon OPC ’74 2006–2007 Joseph S. OPC ’66 and Linda Ort 16 Jane O. Staman 1 Aaron Cohen OPC ’97 Andy Miller OPC ’82 Peter and Doris Osborne 3 Sidney R. and Jill Steinberg 1 Jef Corson OPC ’58 Matt Miller OPC ’86 Franklin T. Osgood OPC ’48 1 James F. Tetzlaff OPC ’56 14 Skip Corson OPC ’52 Bob Morrow OPC ’58 Allan Dash OPC ’57 Reid Perper OPC ’77 alumni society 2006-2007 Anna Davis OPC ’92 Pete Davis OPC ’74 Ron Prickitt OPC ’62 Bob Rosania OPC ’82 Jessica M. Bender OPC ’92 ............................President Tripp Davis OPC ’82 Maureen Ryan OPC ’05 Kenny Devenney OPC ’01 Frank Salley OPC ’82 Andrew J. Kramer OPC ’81 ..........................Vice President John Donahue OPC ’42 George Schaefer OPC ’82 William A. Gallagher OPC ’91 .....................Secretary Rachel Dyer OPC ’92 Bud Schofield OPC ’43 Torsten J. Kreider OPC ’83 ...........................Treasurer Bruce Entwisle OPC ’72 Matt Sklar OPC ’01 James Phillips OPC ’90......................................Faculty Liaison David Felderman OPC ’87 Rush Smith OPC ’59 Jamie Fitzgerald OPC ’87 Dick Stanley OPC ’68 Charles P. Canfield OPC ’74 Neena D. Ghose OPC ’95 Chris Garrison OPC ’05 Bruce Waechter OPC ’52 Joseph M. Catrino OPC ’73 Thomas D. Kramer OPC ’85 David Gleit OPC ’87 Jim Walker OPC ’82 Charles Clayton Jr. OPC ’55 David J. Kurtz OPC ’82 Chip Goodman OPC ’80 Dave Weinman OPC ’51 Aaron Z. Cohen OPC ’97 Pippa S. Liebert OPC ’92 Rob Harting OPC ’58 Dave Wilcots OPC ’80 Alan Dash OPC ’57 Robert J. Marquess OPC ’73 Ted Heisler OPC ’37 Caesar Williams OPC ’80 J. Peter Davis OPC ’74 Steven A. Ragland OPC ’83 Larry Hirshland OPC ’82 Virginia Brown Yinger OPC ’97 Jennifer R. Gallagher OPC ’94 Robert L. Rosania OPC ’82 Franklin Horowitz OPC ’81 Oksana Yaworsky OPC ’01 James C. Garvey III OPC ’75 Caesar D. Williams Jr. OPC ’80 Paul Hough OPC ’77 Harry Yutzler OPC ’47
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 penn Charter annual Fund Gifts from Alumni Alumni who have supported the Annual Fund and/or Frameworks for the Future capital campaign are listed below by class. Spouses of deceased alumni are listed in the appropriate class affiliation. Participation figures are inclusive of all gifts for all purposes (Annual Fund, capital campaign and other). The exponent represents consecutive years of giving in accordance with our records. Please advise our office of necessary corrections. We apologize for any errors that might occur. 896 00% Rosslyn Lyell 25 Harry Miller 28 94 3% 945 7% David Tatum * 1 Arthur Napier Jr. 29 Class Agent Class Agent John Shrader 14 John Donahue H. Leonard Brown 9 00% Walter Ballinger II 6 Donald Bailey 8 Mary Emma Milligan 13 938 38% John Donahue 21 R. Joseph Barnes 29 H. Dickson S. Boenning 17 William Earle 19 H. Leonard Brown 29 98 33% Wallace Bostwick 2 Francis Loughran 29 Rodger Cheetham 8 John Wagner 10 Theodore Coxe 11 Harry G. M. Jopson 22 Robert Brey Jr. 1 John Williams 23 John Cunningham 1 Richard P. Brown Jr. 29 T. Frank Decker 29 93 40% John Clark 1 943 67% Kenelm Doak 3 Oliver Crosby 23 Harvey Frank Jr. 25 James Branegan Jr. 10 Samuel Doak 27 Class Agent L. Leroy Hepburn 1 Charles Ernst Jr. 10 Craig Eder 6 Bud Schofield Jr. Roger Hillas 22 William McClarin Jr. 12 E. Wesley O’Neill Jr. 29 Robert Thompson 8 William Chamberlin 3rd 22 Laurence Huston Jr. 21 Philip Coleman Jr. 15 Robert Irving 18 93 5% 939 9% Frank Craig Jr. 1 Richard Lambert 3 Edward Crothers Jr. 8 Donald Martin * 1 Raymond Frick Jr. * 5 Class Agent Alfred Haig Jr. 16 Joseph McKinney 28 Carl Wilkening 29 Robert McAdoo Frank Hartzell Jr. 15 Robert Schneck 24 William Bates Jr. 29 William Keefer 2 A. Richard Teller 15 William 933 9% Willard Boothby Jr. 22 N. Paul Kenworthy Jr. 21 Herbert Williams Jr. 19 Edward MacNeal 28 4 Penn Charter SChool John Child 11 Stewart Mein Jr. 1 J. Seth Cruice 12 William Dickhart III 21 James Masterson 15 946 43% Report Gifts George Prince 1 Richard McCown 18 William Balderston III 28 of 2006–2007 934 9% E. Smedley Ward Jr. 2 Thomas O’Neil Jr. 1 William Peirce 29 Millard Breiden 6 Philip Collins 1 Julian Alexander Jr. 26 H. Burgess Pilling 2 William Berlinger Jr. 2 940 35% Robert Rossheim 4 Philip Dougherty 29 John Gawthrop 13 Sevill Schofield Jr. 24 Class Agent Frank Gould 27 935 44% Robert Harbison III James Keiser 1 H. Payson Brickley 6 944 68% John Kling 1 Robert Dale Jr. 4 Walter Gilmour 20 Donald Barstow 1 George Kurz 27 George Davis Jr. 1 Wayne Herkness 2nd 29 Richard Collins 8 Irwin Park Jr. 29 Roland Graham Jr. 35 Robert Price 29 Walter Wilson Jr. 1 George Davidson 3 Robert Harbison III 12 William Edson 1 Wilson Ross 20 936 9% Richard MacNeal 14 David Matlack 16 Ralph Goetzenberger Jr. 22 George Hauptfuhrer Jr. 62 Max Welborn Jr. 1 James Bell 2 J. Marshall Evans 29 John Price 29 Richard Hegel 30 947 55% Peter Randall 21 Harry Keller Jr. 1 Joseph McDivitt 1 Joseph Kenworthy 14 Class Agent Robert Wilson 23 94 30% Robert LeFort Sr. 1 Harry Yutzler Jr. Joseph Loughran 1 James Balderston 16 937 64% Norman Barr Jr. 10 Benjamin Carmine Jr. 2 Edward Marshall Jr. 1 David Borie 28 William Michener 19 Allen Crolius 20 Class Agent Frank Louchheim 29 John Millington 1 Edward Driscoll Sr. 27 Edmond Heisler Walter MacFarland III 21 John Rodgers 29 Lawrence Edson Jr. 1 John Good 12 Agustin Pocock 17 Arthur Segal 3 Noel Fritzinger 29 Allen Grammer 4 C. Brewster Rhoads Jr. 10 Lewis Somers 3rd 29 Charles Ganoe 14 Edmond Heisler 25 Louis Wiederhold 3 James Glenn 21 Please note that the exponent following a person’s name indicates the number of consecutive years of giving in a particular category. * deceased
  • John Gregory Jr. 1 Robert Stier Jr. 1 Anthony Caimi 1 Donald Greene 22 Frederick Larson 24 Robert Taylor 1 Richard Claus 23 Nelson Hartranft 2 William Matlack 1 Jack Van Baalen 10 Wallace Cooney 1 George Henrich 18 F. Stanton Moyer 29 Walter Waechter Jr. 8 Whitman Cross II 6 Donald Kardon 15 William Robert Parsons 21 Nathan Rambo III 14 Richard Young 1 Allen Donahower 1 James Drake Jr. 10 William Kingsley III 2 Buell Miller 1 Penn Charter SChool 5 Guy Schless 20 949 43% J. Russell Fawley Jr. 19 Jay Neale II 1 Report Gifts of Paul Shuttleworth 19 Wm. Ronald Forrester 6 Charles Parmenter 8 George Stewart III 1 Class Agent John S. C. Harvey III 8 Robert Vollum 21 2006–2007 William Ward IV 29 Bruce Barstow Jay Helme 21 David Weinman 29 Alan Willoughby 1 Bruce Barstow 8 George Jones Jr. 2 William White Jr. 1 Edward Woolley 29 Peter Benoliel 50 Bruce Kaercher 9 Arthur Woolley 29 Harry Yutzler Jr. 15 Thomas Force 24 Christopher Parker 24 Robert Zubaly 19 George Fuller 3 Harry Rieger 2 948 48% G. Davis Greene Jr. 25 Bruce Rose 29 95 49% Robert Hauptfuhrer 50 John Tiers 1 Class Agent Joseph Jones IV 1 David Trend 19 Class Agent John G. C. Fuller George Corson Jr. Byron King 2 William Wall 3 F. Bruce Waechter Frederick Allen 28 Peter Meehan 21 Louis Wiegand Jr. 1 Philip Baur Jr. 1 Mark Myers 1 H. Curtis Wood III 29 George Corson Jr. 21 Donald Bux 1 Paul Schmidt 2 John Crompton 16 Gordon Campbell 1 Robert Smith Jr. 1 95 49% C. Richard Cryer 10 Arthur Frohner 26 E. Allen Snape III 1 Louis Davis Jr. 10 John G. C. Fuller 21 Lowell Thomas Jr. 8 Class Agent Clifford Donahower 2 David Weiman Avery Harrington 23 William Welch III 25 Frank Embick 2 Robert Levy 2 Benjamin Achenbach Jr. 1 John Graham 1 David Loughran 29 950 37% Robert Barnes 6 Howard Hallowell III 5 George Meinel 29 Allen Barstow 1 Colson Hillier Jr. 6 William Miles Jr. 1 Class Agent Leonard Bracken 21 David Jordan 25 William Wall William Loeb 24 Franklin Osgood Jr. 1 Wayne Brown 20 W. John Porter Jr. 16 John Alsentzer 12 W. Michael Cassell Jr. 6 William McGuckin 28 Charles Schaefer 29 John Boyer 12 George Denniston Jr. 37 Bruce McMullan 6
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 penn Charter annual Fund Gifts from Alumni continued Philip Price Jr. 1 H. Richard Schad 29 William Pope Jr. 1 John Milner 9 John Simon 2 Yannis Stephano 17 David Rosenbaum 22 Paul Murphy 21 David Smith 1 Nicol Taylor 2 Drew Smith 8 Robert Reed 2 Robert Twitmyer 24 Owen Tabor 21 Christopher Rosser 21 Alexander Uhle 10 955 47% Thomas Twitmyer 8 Martin Schneider 5 Joseph Van Sciver III 28 John Weingartner 23 James Tetzlaff 14 F. Bruce Waechter 26 Class Agent Arthur Wise Jr. 3 Henry Waddington 2 Charles Wuestner Jr. 20 Charles Clayton Jr. Frederick Yannessa 1 Charles Achenbach 16 956 34% 957 54% John Bevan III 11 953 4% Victor Blizard 8 Class Agent Bernard Berlinger Jr. Class Agent G. Allan Dash Charles Clayton Jr. 18 Class Agent James Masella Jr. William Colehower 28 Bernard Berlinger Jr. 3 William Bux Ralph Bertolino 2 Bruce Ambler 3 William Commons 1 Richard Geyer Harry L. J. Garrett 29 H. Carroll Brooke 2 J. Peirce Anderson 3 Donald Baumann 27 Earl Glazier Jr. 14 William Chaffee III 2 Kenneth Barber Jr. 1 William Bux 5 Robert Gray III 28 Peter Cooke Sr. 18 Thomas Budd 19 Dwight Conklin 9 Craig Harlan 3 John Corbit III 8 Philip Cohan 35 Richard Daugherty 29 Jeffrey Heebner 3 Chalmers Cornelius III 1 George Dolan 8 The Estate of Richard Fisher 29 Charles Humes 3 Robert Cryer 29 Robert Emerson 1 Jeanne Fisher 29 Richard Lehman 1 Alan Dorn 2 Gerald Hedges 24 B. Graeme Frazier III 12 Arthur Loeb 1 John Gargalli 2 Donald Kerr 29 Daniel Furman 8 John MacWilliams 1 Ralph Hirshorn 22 James Masella Jr. 13 Richard Geyer 8 Steven Munzer 22 Joan McIlvaine 23 James Masland Jr. 2 Richard Graff 24 Philip Lippincott 12 Donald Luria 2 William Lutz 29 William George Lyons 2 6 Penn Charter SChool Stephen Palmer Jr. 2 Philip Pfatteicher 29 Report Gifts of Clark Riley 20 Charles Rockey Jr. 14 2006–2007 Joseph Torg 8 Harrison Wehner Jr. 14 John Wells 1 W. Robert Wilson Jr. 25 954 44% Class Agent Alfred Bracher III Charles Barclay 19 Alfred Bracher III 2 Samuel Frieder 2 Barton Gledhill 2 John Green Jr. 29 William Hamilton III 2 James Harper 3 Gregory Hetter 6 Emil Hubschman 3 Richard Killian 1 Carl Kunz Jr. 29 George McLaughlin II 29 Warrin Meyers 2 Evan Michener III 29 Christopher Mould 9 Please note that the exponent following a person’s name indicates the number of consecutive years of giving in a particular category. * deceased
  • John McKenzie Jr. 1 Louis Metzger Jr. 1 R. Ford Hutchinson 29 Kenneth Kershbaum 8 96 35% John Long Jr. 4 Stephen Magers 3 Luken Potts 1 Kenneth Krieger 4 Class Agent David Montgomery 30 James Pryor 1 Nelson Luria 28 Louis Burke John Morrow 11 Ronald Rossman 16 John Margerison 3 Ronald Prickitt John Ollivier 4 Robert Schad 1 Robert Matzke Jr. 5 Jeffrey Orleans 28 Claude Bennett III 26 John Sjostrom 1 Robert Pope 1 James G. B. Perkins III 6 Louis Burke 19 Peter Stern 23 Thomas Ralph 38 S. David Richman 1 Joseph Carnwath Jr. 1 William Tanner III 29 Charles Roberts 8 Laurence Russell Jr. 22 John Child Jr. 5 Rush Smith 21 F. Tucker Schade 18 Artie Egendorf 1 958 53% Thomas Watkins 4 Remy Fox 2 Kingsley Schroeder Jr. 1 S. Anders Yocom Jr. 8 Jonathan Stanley 1 Class Agent Frederick Glazier Jr. 8 William Weihenmayer 28 John E. F. Corson Robert Morrow Jr. 960 6% William MacDonald Jr. 4 David Mattis Jr. 16 John Benford Jr. 3 Class Agent Kevin McKinney 6 965 9% Jim Arrison III George Meagher III 1 Albert Comly Jr. 3 Richard Braemer 29 Anthony C. Muller 1 Arthur Feldman 1 Lowell Braxton 6 James Arrison III 24 Michael Petosa 4 Jonathan Fiechter 14 Carl Burkhart 14 James Buckley 10 Ronald Prickitt 6 Robert Hearn 29 Harold Commons Jr. 17 John Churchman Jr. 1 John Rich 2 Charles Huntoon 21 Joseph G. J. Connelly 3 G. Anthony Duffy Jr. 1 F. Stone Roberts 8 John Hutchinson 2 John E. F. Corson 20 Samuel Francis 29 Lindley Scarlett 29 Georg Jarzembowski 20 Michael Cushmore 14 George Hemphill 1 Charles Tucker 2 Howard Jenkinson 1 Lawrence Dietz 1 George Ingersoll Jr. 29 Albert Wilson Jr. 18 James Kleppinger 23 Bradford Gearinger 23 Herbert Johnston 24 Janis P. Winder 26 William Kramer 22 William Graff 8 Joseph Loughran 1 Stephen Luongo 29 William Graham IV 30 Robert Hack Jr. 3 J. Richard Prickitt 1 Richard Rulon 1 963 9% Geoffrey R. McConnell 1 Robert Harting 29 David Scott 6 Robert Brickley 30 Warren Miller Jr. 15 William Ross Hibbert 3 Gilbert High Jr. 9 Robert Ward 8 Charles Burrall III 2 Joseph Churchman 1 Harry Nothacker Jr. 8 Frederic Peace 1 Penn Charter SChool 7 Edward Horn IV 1 96 34% David Crosby 9 William Pitt 1 Report Gifts of David James 1 Jacques Fiechter 23 Harry Stout III 13 Kenneth Jordan 8 Class Agent William Fox III 8 Howard White 13 2006–2007 George Linn III 14 Richard Hamilton Jr. L. Haines 3 F. John White 24 Malcolm McFarland Jr. 14 J. Freedley Hunsicker Jr. Steven Hannes 11 Robert Zimmer Jr. 23 Robert Morrow Jr. 17 Jacob Bumm III 2 Charles Kurz II 31 Robert Rogers II 4 John Crosby 28 Stephen Magargee 1 966 3% Stephen Ruckman 3 Anthony DiMarino Jr. 2 Bruce McConnell 1 Thomas Scott IV 19 W. Seldon Gates Jr. 2 Richard Scarlett 29 Class Agent Martin Harrity Richard Thatcher 1 David Geyer 3 Warren Wiegand Jr. 20 James Thompson 20 Richard Hamilton Jr. 10 Stephen Bonnie 31 Edwin Weihenmayer III 27 John Hohenadel Jr. 2 964 35% John Braxton 18 David Wentzel 11 J. Freedley Hunsicker Jr. 29 Thomas Christy Jr. 16 Rodger Wichterman 9 F. Howard Maull 2 Class Agent Craig Fischer 26 Duncan McFarland 17 John Morrow Martin Harrity 8 959 37% Randolph Pyle 21 John Affleck 25 Carl Helmetag III 27 Richard Redeker 8 Lee Ambler 9 Carl Hill Jr. 1 Class Agent Harry Rosenheim III 2 Jeffrey Barr 24 William Jones Jr. 15 Rush Smith Leonard Schwarz 30 Bruce Kirchner 8 Robert Beale 1 William Chapman II 39 Roger Soens Jr. 2 Edward Corson II 1 J. Gregory Luckman 26 James Coles 1 Rudolph Struse III 2 Stephen Cushmore 29 Fredric Mann II 2 William Davison IV 28 Peter Sturrock 2 Stephen Dome 23 Donald Noveau 2 George Deming III 9 Ranney Thayer 2 Peter Hamilton 24 Joseph Ort 16 John Dickey 1 Raymond Vickers 17 Benjamin Hayllar Jr. 1 John Ort 29 Frederick Dimond 2 David Williams 26 David Hutchings 8 Stephen Russell 24 David Evans 16 Herbert Winokur Jr. 21 Peter King 8 Joseph Salvia 1
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 penn Charter annual Fund Gifts from Alumni continued Edgar W. A. Schneider Jr. 1 Jon Sirlin 24 William Carr Jr. 28 Robert Crowley 19 Charles Kleinhenn 2 Robert Picardo 25 974 6% Frederick Slack III 21 William Fulton 27 William Resch Jr. 3 Class Agent Allen Steere 28 Philip Golden III 1 Charles Roberts 1 J. Peter Davis Robert Ulmer 9 James Harbison 5 George Rosskam 17 Thomas Lee II 28 Jeffrey Bailey 29 John Wilson Jr. 1 Michael Schaffer 26 Richard Mellor 21 Mark Bower 12 967 0% Thomas Murphy 1 97 30% Charles Canfield 13 Blake Christoph 11 Louis Peirce Jr. 8 Robert Buckley 8 Philip Rech 1 Class Agent J. Peter Davis 23 Harry Cherken Jr. 28 Thomas Robinson Jr. 29 Bruce Balderston Frederick Dohrmann III 25 Michael Cherry 16 James Ross 6 W. Crawford Elliott 13 Mark Aitken 22 C. Bruce Dunn 18 Thomas Sadtler 8 Albert Greenfield III 9 Bruce Balderston 29 Charles Goodman Jr. 1 William Shelley III 1 William Harbison Jr. 1 Stephen Bonsall 23 Carl Haeussler Jr. 1 Robert Smith 17 David Jonas 29 George Buffum Jr. 26 Mark Hankin 3 E. Bevan Stanley 25 Andrew Klein 20 Kabir Bundy 1 Joseph Huston Jr. 1 Robert Ulin 6 Steven Koltes 22 John Burkhart 30 John Knox 29 David Zimmerman 17 Robert Kurz 23 David Crowley 29 McKinley McAdoo 22 Benjamin Linton III 14 John Doelp 29 Thomas Oxtoby 15 Joseph Picardo 1 970 8% Edward Enoch 2 Thomas Mellon 2 Scott Perper 22 Bruce Entwisle 15 Gareth Rosenau 15 Class Agent Michael Gibson 1 David Rosskam 21 Michael Ross 20 Robert Reeves Jr. Clifton Stroud II 8 David Gilkeson 26 Robert Barretta 23 Lawrence Gubb II 13 Richard Warms 6 968 33% Russell Dickhart 8 W. Barnes Hauptfuhrer 2 Class Agent Edward Driscoll Jr. 3 Lewis Johnston 29 975 8% William Evans III 17 Lawrence Klein 6 Bruce Gill Class Agent Richard Stanley Thomas Field 1 Stephen Norris 15 James Still William Gerald Finerghty 10 H. Scott Sinclair 2 8 Penn Charter SChool David Borns 1 Peter Epprecht 2 John Gardner 23 George Hauptfuhrer III 33 John Zurn 21 Albert Bartosic 1 Eric Brunner 1 Report Gifts of Robert Fass Jr. 24 David Heckman 3 973 33% James Garvey III 23 Bayard Fiechter 4 Robert Kiefner 1 Nelson Hartranft II 1 2006–2007 Bruce Gill 29 Donald Lentz 21 Class Agent Wayne Jerdan 8 R. Douglas Haun 20 Charles Mitchell 3 Robert Marquess Stephen Mazda 24 John Hebden 8 Dewitt Montgomery 22 Richard Baer 3 W. Jeffrey Meier 2 Peter Helmetag 29 Robert Reeves Jr. 9 Frederick Bartlett III 22 Robert Nydick Jr. 14 Joseph Hoeffel III 2 James Shacklett III 1 J. Barrington Bates 6 Geoffrey Shields 16 Peter Johnson 1 Donald Soloff 27 Stuart Conston 1 Robert Shields III 23 Harry Kahn III 21 Jonathan Sprogell 26 Peter Crosby 1 Hugo Smith Jr. 24 Mark Kravitz 10 William Welsh 22 Robert Dyer Jr. 5 Shanin Specter 23 Edward Marshall III 9 Warren Wilson 26 Thomas Emmons Jr. 2 James Still 24 Gary McDowell 8 Peter Ervin 1 Allen Stretton 15 David Oxtoby 26 97 3% Michael Golden 9 Timothy Rice 27 Kirk Hartman 24 976 3% Richard Stanley 2 Class Agent Scott King 29 Gibson Stine Jr. 19 Marc Golden Class Agent David Leebron 12 Dale Van Wieren 8 William Kissick Jr. Randolph Barba 3 Robert Marquess 16 John Welsh III 22 Peter Doms 27 Jeffrey Meltzer 25 Robert Aitken 1 Samuel Wilson 28 John Foderaro 8 Karl Salus 28 D. Jeffry Benoliel 17 Kenneth Young 25 Peter Given Jr. 2 Robert Sands Jr. 16 Paul Billig 12 Marc Golden 19 Irvin Schorsch III 1 Thomas Conrad 1 969 6% John Harbison 24 J. Craig Shields III 3 Andrei Gasic 3 R. Keith Helmetag 3 Jon Solis 1 Jeffrey Harbison 8 Class Agent Roger Hillas Jr. 6 Lewis Somers IV 8 Christopher Kendrick 1 Thomas Robinson Jr. Charles Kaesshaefer 21 Edward Straub Jr. 8 William Kissick Jr. 24 Richard Balderston 28 John Kitto Jr. 8 George Tall IV 29 James Lemonick 2 Please note that the exponent following a person’s name indicates the number of consecutive years of giving in a particular category. * deceased
  • William Penn Charter SChool 9 David Mandelbaum 25 Thomas Sablosky 2 David Neff 5 Edgar Seydel 21 Report Gifts of William Mebane IV 3 Robert Thomas 1 William Park Jr. 23 Raymond Slider 4 Stephen Topping 17 Thomas Wollman 8 2006–2007 Wallace Miller Jr. 1 Andrew Rodgers 6 Howard Parris 22 William Wall Jr. 1 E. Anthony Saltzman 9 Harold Segall 8 Robert Wilson 11 Wynn Segall 1 980 30% Brent Sherwood 23 Russell Sharples 9 David Snyderwine Jr. 8 978 8% Nathaniel Sher 12 Class Agent John Caras W. Scott Simon 22 Charles Goodman 977 6% Class Agent Sterling Johnson Class Agent Paul Mancini 979 7% David Amaro 8 David Berg 23 David Neff Reid Perper Class Agent Nathan Blum 23 Paul Bernard 20 John Lemonick John Caras 24 Jeffrey Abrams 22 Theodore Decker Jr. 25 Michael Concordia 9 Randolph Charles 1 Robert Egan 8 Mark Bernstein 19 C. Benjamin Enters 3 Alexander S. M. Gibson 3 Elliot Feinstein 23 J. Michael Chaple 21 B. Graeme Frazier IV 23 Douglas Greenfield 2 Robert Greenbaum 23 Bryan Cotter 2 Charles Goodman 23 Paul Hough 23 Thomas Groshens 5 Terrence Dowling 1 Edward Greer Jr. 15 Samuel Levitt 2 Michael Iademarco 22 James Golden 4 Jeffrey Klein 1 James Malone Jr. 8 Sterling Johnson III 17 Glenn Gormley 12 Peter Klein 1 Edward McGinn Jr. 1 John Kelly III 4 James Iademarco 21 Frank Lippo Jr. 25 Robert Miles 24 Bruce Kirst 1 Stephen Kron 24 Jeffrey Lotman 19 Timothy Myers 6 Joshua Leuchter 3 Bruce Levin 11 Michael Manno 3 Reid Perper 3 Gary Lipsius 3 Patrick Lynch 21 Scott Marlowe 18 Anthony Romagnole 1 John Loughery 8 Peter Miller 1 Steven Molitor 1 Michael Roughton 1 Jonathan Myers 2 Gregory Rubis 21 William Petersohn 3
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 penn Charter annual Fund Gifts from Alumni continued J. W. Scott Romig 1 H. Andrew Rose 13 Jonathan Rubin 1 David Wilcots 19 Caesar Williams Jr. 8 98 3% Class Agent Andrew Kramer Peter Benoliel 2 Jonathan Block 9 Stuart Brown 1 Christopher Bruck 10 William Colehower 1 Vincent DellaValle 2 Edward Foley 1 J. Stuart Ford 2 Michael Hanzelik 3 Daniel Hoffman 8 Franklin Horowitz 8 D. Holden Hummel 13 Andrew Kramer 23 Joseph Lipski 8 Edward Russell 1 Andrew Fayer 1 Richard Starynski 2 John McMillen 1 George Schaefer 4 Bruce Freeston 10 Gregory Wolfson 4 Michael Monheit 8 John Shepard 1 R. John Hack III 4 Karl Murray 19 Paul Slowik 24 Andrew Jacobs 1 986 30% Raymond Ragland III 1 Andrew Smith 1 Paul Justice 6 William H. Michael Reiser 2 Samuel Stokes Jr. 6 Christopher Maguire 1 Class Agent 30 Penn Charter SChool Anthony Resch 18 Jerome Slotkin 8 James Walker Jr. 8 Adam Wall 1 Stephen Piper 1 Charles Roberts Jr. 1 P.Timothy Phelps Jeffrey Brown 8 Report Gifts of Dean Weisgold 22 Jonathan Rubel 1 William Doyle 1 2006–2007 983 0% J. David Scially 4 Brian Ellerson 2 98 35% Class Agent Marc Shipon 5 Matthew Factor 1 John Warner Jr. 1 Stephen Floirendo 2 Class Agent Mark Nicoletti David Healy 15 James Walker Jr. Ruben Amaro Jr. 9 985 8% David Jaspan 1 Howard Bashman 8 David Cohen 1 Steven Jones 1 Antonio Bentivoglio 1 Class Agent Kenneth Colley 24 Christian Jones 2 Matthew Killinger Louis Carboni Jr. 1 Peter Cooke Jr. 3 Stephen Kim 4 Thomas Kramer Michael Concannon 1 Steven Gerber 25 Marc Lisker 15 Louis Davis III 22 Benjamin Glassman 14 Jonathan Bari 8 Scott McKinsey 1 Michael Donahower 1 H. Richard Holgate 23 Michael Blume 22 Matthew Miller* 13 Erik Enters 1 J. Brandt Joel II 13 Thomas Burke 20 Lawrence Mittin 1 Robert Hellings 1 John King 1 Michael Cohen 24 P. Timothy Phelps 8 Laurence Hirshland 9 Torsten Kreider 13 Joseph Doherty Jr. 2 Paul Rabinovitch 1 Evan Jones 1 Thomas Monaghan 1 Michael Dowling 16 Anthony Rinaldi Jr. 3 George Justice 1 Steven Ragland 1 Brian Duffy 8 Andrew Rosenberg 18 David Kurtz 9 Mark Rosser 1 David Giorno 1 Joseph York 3 Daniel Lai 1 Jonathan Rudolf 20 Matthew Killinger 9 Howard Zipin 3 Brian McCloskey 6 Thomas Kramer 3 John Smith 1 Anthony Lewandowski 1 Andrew Miller 18 987 30% James Neely 1 Michael Pascali 1 984 9% Kenneth MacMahon 1 Timothy Maguire 4 Class Agent Christopher Roak 2 Brinton Brosius 21 David Martina 9 David Felderman Benjamin Robinson III 10 Richard Commons 13 Joshua Petersohn 1 David Gleit Robert Rosania 8 John Fabbi 17 Robert Salkowitz 8 Adam Koppel Please note that the exponent following a person’s name indicates the number of consecutive years of giving in a particular category. * deceased
  • Hunter Allen 1 Brendan Benzing 6 Mitchell Simon 3 Michael Steinbrook 18 Max Fischer 2 William Gallagher Jr. 8 993 3% Joseph Dowling 1 Gregory Summers 1 Rajiv Idiculla 1 Class Agent Timothy Duffy 6 David Summers 5 Paul Kane 1 Andrea Koplove David Felderman 9 Neil Tanner 6 James Killinger 8 Victor Olshansky James Fitzgerald IV 14 Justyn Tokarczyk 8 George Mark IV 2 Samuel Scheid 3 Jason Ehrlich 8 Robert Frieman 1 Joseph Wyszynski Jr. 1 Nicholas von der Wense 3 Alison Evans Cooper 8 David Gleit 1 Gregory Goddard 3 990 3% R. Todd White 8 Melissa Levin 10 Drew Morris 5 Bradley Graham 1 Leo Wyszynski 3 Class Agent William Young 1 Trevor O’Driscoll 4 Jeffrey Havsy 13 Thomas Vizza Victor Olshansky 14 Adam Koppel 20 William Luterman 6 Michael Gomez 3 99 % Edward Yaeger Jr. 6 Steven Mangine 11 Timothy Morrison 8 Derek Jokelson 1 Gabriel Ledger 17 Class Agent 994 % Daniel Neducsin 1 Anna Davis Paul Marcus 1 Class Agent Steven Peltier 1 Barry Markman 1 Jonathan Bach 1 Jennifer Gallagher Charles Schwartz 6 James Phillips Jr. 1 Jessica Bender 1 Marcus Sheward 1 Catherine Cantlin 2 Garret Ball 5 Stephen Rinaldi 2 Michael Sullivan 3 Anna Davis 8 Andrew and Megan A. Duffy 9 Adam Skwersky 6 Jennifer Gallagher 2 Webster Walker III 8 Rachel Dyer 15 J. C. Spink 10 Deborah Gordon 3 Orville Walls III 1 Blake Goodner 1 Stephen Steinbrook 17 Howard Levy 1 Scott Waterman 5 W. Todd Goulding 15 Daniel Talley 17 Matthew Schernecke 2 Matthew Wilson 13 Everett Katzen 3 Thomas Vizza 8 Lisa Slowik 11 Daniel Kelley 1 988 8% David Wilson 11 Aaron Kesselheim 3 Joseph Malizia 4 Megan Wilson 9 Class Agent 99 9% David Moran Jr. 1 995 5% H. Bruce Hanson Mark Morze 2 Gregory Palkon Class Agent Shannon Reich 1 Class Agent William Joshua Brockman 10 Leo Wyszynski Michael Rudolph 3 Chad Simon 1 Andrew Rentschler Stephanie Walters Penn Charter SChool 3 David Cohen 2 Douglas Connor Jr. 8 Craig Cubbin 2 Daniel Donaghy 16 Julie Van Sciver 3 Seamus Brown 9 Report Gifts of Thomas Gennarelli Jr. 5 2006–2007 Patrick Keane 2 George Maley 15 Grades Jeffrey McGuckin 1 K 67% Keith Morris 16 1 41% Peter Mundheim 1 2 55% Alexander Myers 1 Gregory Palkon 8 3 49% Generoso Rullo III 16 4 56% Stephen Simpson Jr. 17 5 67% 989 7% 6 62% Class Agent 7 63% Kenneth Murray 8 72% Christopher Ball 6 Christopher Brasler 2 9 69% Michael Cooley 1 10 52% Brian Donaghy 18 Brian Gallagher 1 11 69% David Mather 1 12 90% Graham Michener 14 Kenneth Murray 18 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Glenn Polin 1 Parent annual fund Participation 2006-2007 William Roth 6
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 penn Charter annual Fund Gifts from Alumni continued Anthony Comerota Jr. 3 Jill Bean 8 Todd Meyer 8 Karen Cheung 2 Ilana Eisenstein 12 Stephen Bruno 2 Alison Peet 2 Kenneth Devenney 1 Timothy Fullerton 6 Justin Carey 1 Margaux Pelegrin 8 Eugene Dooley Jr. 1 Megan Kafer 6 Aaron Cohen 1 Margurite Pfoutz 1 Phillip Elbaum 1 Hugh Meyer 2 Kelly Costa 1 Spencer Reich 3 David Erlbaum 1 Andrew Rentschler 8 Brooke DiMarco 1 Kathleen Rogers 7 Nicholas Ferrari 1 Lauren Sykes 12 Kate Houstoun 6 Scott Roslyn 2 Joseph Flores Jr. 4 Brian Walters 1 Allison MacCullough 2 Stephanie Straup 8 Peter Groverman 1 John Whipple 8 Deepak Rao 1 Julie Thompson 1 Andrew Hylan 1 Stephanie Sidlow 1 Young Jin Kim 3 996 9% Julia Sivitz 1 000 5% Melissa Knight 1 Maya Stewart 1 Shaun Lenet 1 Class Agent Virginia Yinger 1 Class Agent Gregory Ley 3 Alyson Goodner Adam Sperling Sarah Mandell 1 Christopher Carroll 2 998 6% Evin Christman 2 Ashley McDowell 3 Andrea Donahue 1 Alexander Macy 2 William McKinney 1 Class Agent Todd Marquess 4 Mara Dowdall 8 Stephanie Miller 3 T. Jeffrey Bender Rachel Gallagher 1 Daniel McKenna 3 Melissa Morris 1 Patrick Sasse David Hayne 6 Michelle Moses 2 David Peet III 3 Meredith Klein 2 T. Jeffrey Bender 2 Alison Pearlstein 4 Sara Randall 1 Matthew Liebman 2 Andrew Evans 6 Mary Rogers 7 Alexander Reich 2 Mollie McHale 8 Anna Lipski Winslow 1 Victoria Rowan 4 Brad Rosen 1 Kathleen Miller 8 Michael McCrossen 6 William Simolike 2 Daniel Ryan 1 Rachel Sigman 3 Marshall Roslyn 2 Robert Simpson 1 Caroline Shuman 1 James Tyler Simpson 8 Rachel Stein 2 Steven Sirota 1 Christine Sullivan 1 999 7% Lauren Wechsler 3 Matthew Sklar 1 Andrew Thompson 8 Isaac Whitman 2 Jessica Stein 1 Class Agent Adam Weinstein 3 Andrew Tan 1 William Jeannine Wiley 2 Mark Hecker 00 43% Curtis Townsend II 1 Eganne Wolfington 8 Crystal Davenport-Harris 3 Oksana Yaworsky 1 3 Penn Charter Catherine Ginty 1 Class Agent Jessica Stein 997 00 SChool Mark Hecker 3 Report Gifts of 6% Anita Idiculla 2 Alexis Bethea-Lopes 1 3% 2006–2007 Class Agent Matthew Kessler 3 Josh Borish 1 Class Agent Virginia Yinger Joseph Larkin 1 Geoffrey Brock 1 Katherine Butler Please note that the exponent following a person’s name indicates the number of consecutive years of giving in a particular category. * deceased
  • Katherine Butler 3 Chelsea Erdmanis 4 006 9% Mark Adzick 1 Erika Berger 1 Nathan Joslin 1 Ryan Kang 1 Thomas Farnese 3 Class Agent Jayne Bernsten 1 Benjamin Katz 1 Andrew Goldberger 1 Joey Fugelo Pat Brady 1 Alexandra Lipschultz 1 Matthew Greenberg 1 Sarah Roberts Michael Butler 1 Ellen McDevitt 1 Marsha Grossman 1 Michael Cooke 1 Kelsey McDowell 1 Jason Harrow 1 Emily Bartlett 2 Amanda Davis 1 Bridget McDugall 1 Jacquelyn Hatch 5 Sarah Berrettini 2 Katie Delaney 1 Anne McKenna 1 William Pawlowsky 5 Theodore S. Decker 2 Kelsey Dorwart 1 Sarah Miller 1 Nicole Pearlstein 4 Rachel Dowling 2 Timothy Drabyak 1 Eric Muller 1 Bradley Roslyn 3 Thomas Ferrick 2 Jorie Dugan 1 Conor O’Neill 1 Jonathan Shaffer 2 Brett Falkoff 1 Gabriel Parra 1 003 7% Katherine Siegmann 2 Drew Speranza 2 Julia Garden 1 Eric Schwartz 1 Christina Gigliotti 1 Casey Sharbaugh 1 Class Agent Beth Gottehrer 1 Ann Strackhouse 1 Jessica Kolansky 007 43% Ross Harrow 1 Elizabeth Strasbaugh 1 Anthonly McDevitt Joshua Heinsheimer 1 Megan Thompson 1 Class Agent Ryan Hoffman 1 Christopher Tiano 1 Meredith Albert 1 Billy Goldman F. Henry Bartlett IV 1 Audra Hugo 1 Jonathan Torrey 1 Audra Hugo Benjamin Cooperman 5 Anne McKenna Jonathan Hulting-Cohen 1 Dan Tramontina 1 Jennifer Cooperman 5 Eric Muller Scott Israelite 1 Sean Troyer 1 Whitney Ehret 1 Elan Jones 1 Rachael Wolf 1 Chad Flores 5 David Gaunt 5 Jessica Kolansky 5 Dain Lewis 5 paRent annual fund volunteeRs 2006-2007 Louisa Macy 5 Jeff Schrader..................................................................................................... 2006-07 Parent Fund Chair Tyler Marquess 5 Connie Katz and Jeff Heinsheimer ..................................................Senior Parent Gift Co-Chairs Jacquelyn Moses 1 Bradford Shields 3 Connie Katz,.................................................................................................... Upper School Division Chair William Ryan Still 5 Peggy Pastore.................................................................................................. Middle School Division Chair Penn Charter SChool 33 004 0% Jeff Schrader..................................................................................................... Lower School Division Chair Report Gifts of Class Agent Sandy Adzick Peggy Goldfarb Gail Muller 2006–2007 Katherine Entwisle Sue Ellen Alderman Andy Goldman Tom Pasch Jerome Wright Chris Bak Carol Goldman Peggy Pastore Dana Harrow 1 Chris and Stephanie Ball Karen Colquitt-Hall Nancy Petersmeyer Laura Kaesshaefer 4 Mike Basile Ellie Hanson Phil Plotnick Megan Kaesshaefer 4 Bob and Diane Bass Jeff Heinsheimer Carol Prushan John Peet 4 Anne Caramanico Anne and David Hilton Ira Richards Sarah Rogers 4 Brian Beere and Caron Graff Amy Holdsman Darlene Robinson Kyle Roslyn 4 Mitch Hollin Joe Ronan Mark Bernstein Adam Shelly 1 Jacqui Jones Jeff Schrader Kathy Bernsten David Skinner 1 Jan Schwartz Marty Brady Connie Katz David Sullivan 1 George Braun Mary Ann Kuzma Lois Snyder 005 7% Stuart and Laura Bryan Rachel Lawton Suzi Lazarus Michael Speranza Jill Still Rick Cantor Class Agent Fern Lerner Lucy Strackhouse Ricci and Sandee Cataldi Christopher Garrison Sigrid Lundby Ray Vandegrift Maxine Comisky Maureen Ryan Barbara Lyons Joan Walters Pete and Susan Davis Lincoln Bartlett 1 Tom McDugall Paul Webb and Linda Sullivan-Webb Rahshene Davis Caroline Braun 3 Phil and Laura McMunigal Suzan Willcox Cathie Driscoll Margaretha Ehret 1 Cindy Miller Caesar Williams Bruce Entwisle Matthew Eshelman 1 Matt Miller Kristy-Ann Wolfington Christopher Garrison 3 Phyllis Fischer Martin Mullaney Diane Young Lexi Gunzenhauser 3 Stuart and Shannon George Derek Still 3
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 penn Charter annual Fund Gifts from Parents, Grandparents and Friends The donors listed in the following report have made a gift to the Annual Fund, the Frameworks For The Future capital campaign, teacher retirement or any combination of these various efforts. Participation figures are inclusive of all gifts for all purposes (Annual Fund, capital campaign and other). The exponent represents consecutive years of giving, in accordance with our records. Please advise the Development Office of necessary corrections. We apologize for any errors that might occur in this report. senioR paRents Stephen P. and Sharon M. Harrington 3 Jeffrey K. and Amy G. Harrow 13 and Kristin R. Hayes 16 James T. Smith and Debra Klebanoff 4 Brian M. Beere and Caron P. Graff 6 Robert H. III and Naveena D. Bembry 9 N. Scott and Sandra R. Adzick 5 Jeffrey L. and Annete M. Heinsheimer 7 P. John and Lucy Strackhouse 7 Richard Berk and Susan Sorenson 1 Mark L. and Sue Ellen Alderman 7 Bruce I. and Karan Hoffman 2 Wayne R. and Carol T. Strasbaugh 1 Fredrick B. and Bryna Berman 3 Brafford and Christine Bak 12 Jeffrey M. and Susan Hugo 3 Neal B. and Nayda Suway 2 Mark F. OPC ’79 Steven and Cynthia Baron 3 Glenn C. Isaacson and Jane Wang 8 Brian and Judith Teuber 5 and Rebecca J. Bernstein 19 Michael A. Jr. and Millicent F. Basile 4 Craig L. and Lori A. Israelite 5 Jere G. Thompson David and Dorothy F. Binswanger 10 Jonathan Berger 2 Russell S. and Seeta D. Joell 2 and Mary Ann Kuzma 11 Edward A. Blechschmidt 3 Barry and Kathy Bernsten 7 G. Eric Johansen Peter and Christine Tiano 4 James J. and Tracey A. Bloom 4 Livingston L. IV and Joan S. Biddle 5 and Kathleen L. Dilonardo 4 John B. and Patricia A. Torrey 1 Hanley P. and Reid S. Bodek 1 Kenneth J. Blank Jacqueline M. Jones 7 Thomas and Patricia A. Tramontina 4 Jerrold C. Bonn and Donna M. Murasko 17 Karen A. Joslin 2 James D.Troyer and Kathleen F. Callan 7 and Nancy Mulloy-Bonn 8 Brian P. Brady 1 Royal D. Joslin 6 Carolyn E. Turner 2 Joseph G. and Robin K. Bonus 4 Martha M. Brady 12 Mariann E. and Michael Judge 4 Kathleen L. Wallace 1 Bruce Botwin and Kathryn Lally 2 John W. Bryan and Nancy E.Winkler 6 Lisa D. Kabnick Richard C. Walling Jr. 1 Richard J. and Sherry F. Bove 1 Dale and Louise G. Bryansmith 10 and John H. McFadden 9 Robert W. and Joan B. Walters 4 Robert A. and Jill D. Bown 1 Paul S. and Roberta A. Butler 8 Youn Jin and Jennifer Kang 1 Jon N. and Lori F. Weinrott 3 William Jr. and Terri A. Boyd 1 John Caleb and Carol M. Rosenbaum 4 Samuel P. and Connie A. Katz 10 Stuart L. and Ellen Wolf 6 Debra Brady and Marla Gold 3 Thomas and Anne M. Caramanico 6 Donald and Gay Kimelman 4 John and Margherita Zeglinski 1 George W. and Jamie Braun 8 Blake M. OPC ’74 and Julie Christoph 11 Todd and Tammy Lipschultz 1 Pamela Brinson 1 Christine Christoph 8 Chris and Claudia Lynn 1 KindeRGaRten Geoffrey L. and Charlene M. Brock 1 Edward * and Linda Clark 4 James Cohen and Jane Hulting 4 E. Ralph III and Maryanne J. McDevitt 3 Gary W. OPC ’68 – 11th GRade Stacey L. Brown and Wallace Williams 1 Linda Brown 1 William 34 Penn Charter SChool Peter F. OPC ’56 and Jean M. Cooke 18 Katherine Crozier 13 and Dawn McDowell 8 Thomas J. and Denise McDugall 4 James and Mary Ann Ackley 4 Michael and Maryanne Acquaviva Michael L. Sr. and Susan M. Brown 2 Charles H. and Marie Brown 5 Report Gifts of Christopher J. Damm John L. and Susan E. McInerney 4 N. Nina Ahmad and Ahsan Stuart M. and Laura S. Bryan 6 and Nancy Q. Petersmeyer 6 Marc W. and Laura K. McKenna 20 Nasratullah 9 William P. Burdick and Linsey A.Will 8 2006–2007 Howard J. and Barbara Davis 14 Patricia A. McNally 3 Basheir M. and HanHee Ahmed 3 Traci Burnett 1 Joseph P. Delaney Arthur H. Miller Nooha P.Ahmed-Lee and Daniel J. Lee 3 Christopher J. and Cynthia A. Burnett 8 and Barbara Campbell 4 and Cynthia Orns Miller 8 David M. OPC ’80 Paul S. and Roberta A. Butler 8 Jane H. Dorwart 3 Ernest W. Moody Jr. and Jennifer T. Amaro 8 Michael J. Byrne Russel Dorwart 1 and Iris L. Lewis-Moody 6 Douglas and Liane Anderson and Mary F. McCarron 5 John and Janice L. Drabyak 3 Judith R. Moss 13 Martha Anderson 2 Charles M. and Stephanie C. Cahn 8 Ivan R. and Tracy G. Drufovka 10 Gary W. and Abigail Muller 7 Jerry S. and Janice Apple 3 Lucien B. and Robin L. Calhoun 5 Marjorie P. Dugan 4 David Nation and Suzan Willcox 11 Jeremy and Rachel A. Bach 1 Thomas C. and Gwen C. Callis 2 Jeffrey S. and Susan J. Falkoff 9 Darrell and Kathy L. O’Connor 3 Samy B. Badawy and Toby Shawe 3 Donald R. Campbell Jeffrey and Debra Feldman 3 Michael S. and Peggy T. O’Neill 4 Brafford and Christine Bak 12 and Diana S. Rosenstein 16 Carol L. Finer 1 Raul O. and Silvia Parra 3 Christopher D. OPC ’89 Richard L. Cantor Joseph and Cheryl L. Flores 17 Thomas C. Peff and Ann Bowling 3 and Stephanie W. Ball 6 and Joan Balaban Cantor 14 Alexandra V.A. and Thomas G. Frazier 7 Joseph A. Sr. and Karen R. Rauchut 5 Roger H. and Georgeann M. Ballou 5 Carolyn T. and Thomas Carluccio 6 Gerald W. Jr. and Janice Fretz 1 Rafael Revol and Susana Kolker-Revol 8 Steven and Lori Balsam E. Gilbert Carpenter 2 Laurence E. and Kathleen M. Fullen 4 Darlene J. Robinson 1 Edward V. and Kathleen Bambino 3 James G. and Mary Carpino 7 Jack Garden and Abbie Newman 6 David M. Robinson 1 Joseph J. and Helaine S. Banner 2 Michael D. and Veronica G. Carroll 3 John and Cathy Gigliotti 1 Thomas C. OPC ’69 Benjamin R. and Barbara A. Barnett Magloire and Marjie Casimir 1 Michael A. Golden OPC ’73 and and Diane V. Robinson 29 Rudolph and Leah Baron 2 Sandra Casimir 2 Susan G. Jacobson 9 Joel S. and Joan Rosen 8 Arthur R. Jr. and Terry H. Bartolozzi 3 Nicholas and Francine W. Cassizzi 11 Andrew A. and Marji R. Goldman 4 Frances Scarborough 1 Michael A. Jr. and Millicent F. Basile 4 Richard A. and Sandra D. Cataldi 2 Neil R. Gottehrer Harvey J. Schwartz Robert S. and Diane Bass 6 Richard Cawley and Maria-Victoria and Anne Carlin Gottehrer 1 and Jan E. Felman Schwartz 4 Alice Bateman and Greg Hondros 4 Fernando 2 Parris K. Hall and Karen Colquitt-Hall 9 Thomas J. Sharbaugh Jeffrey F. and Anita B. Beck 3 William and Lynda Chollak 3 Please note that the exponent following a person’s name indicates the number of consecutive years of giving in a particular category. * deceased
  • Kristine Christensen 8 Carleton P. and Debra A. Erdman 1 and Hyun Susan Goodman 23 Richard A. Karpf Blake M. OPC ’74 and Julie Christoph 11 Mark and Christine Esposito 1 Samuel D. and Susan G. Gordon 4 and Debra Harris-Karpf 1 Christine Christoph 8 Daniel and Susanna Evans 3 Charles J. and Maria R. Gorman 7 Marina Kats 3 Mitchell and Melissa Codkind 6 Ross E. and Suzanne Faigen 4 John J. and Cecelia G. Grace 8 Joseph K. and Joyce Kelly 1 Matthew J. and Maxine L. Comisky 5 Jeffrey S. and Susan J. Falkoff 9 Shirley Gray 1 John B. OPC ’78 and Karen S. Kelly 4 Merritt T. Cooke III Anthony J. and Denise D. Farrell 5 Daniel and Kathryn Guest 3 Annette I. Kelly 6 and Grace Sharples-Cooke 5 Brian T. and Carolyn H. Feeney 2 Mauro Guillen and Sandra Suarez 4 Adam I. and Felisa Kessler 2 Gregory W. and Teresa G. Cooper 2 Youm Fessaha and Saba Tesfaye 1 C. Greg and Lisa L. Guyer 4 David and Rhonda Kessler 2 Dawn Copeland Bayard R. OPC ’78 Parris K. Hall and Karen Colquitt-Hall 9 Joseph D. and Sharon Kestenbaum 5 Craig and Julia D. Corelli 12 and Stacy H. Fiechter 4 William P. and Rosemary S. Hankowsky 4 Elizabeth Kij-Antoniak Denise Cotter Howard M. and Phyllis Fischer 7 Gilman and Ellen S. Hanson 7 and Wojciech Antoniak 1 James and Susan Cousounis 4 Kenneth Fleisher and Lisa Unger 1 Jeffrey T. Harbison OPC ’76 Jonathan and Kirsten Kimberg 6 Richard T. Jr. and Marie Crawford 5 Peter E. and Margaret W. Fleming 1 and Valerie A. Arkoosh 8 Brian R. and Christina Kistler 5 John and Anne Curtin 1 Catharine A. Foley Robert and Miriam Harden 3 Ken Kleinman and Debra Fein 1 Marcello and Kathryn Cusumano 1 Michael C. Foley Sr. Stephen P. and Sharon M. Harrington 3 Robert M. and Debra B. Kotloff 5 David M. Cutler 3 Edward A. OPC ’71 and Debra Foley 1 Henry and Sarah Hart 1 Kristen and Peter T. Kreider-Ebert 1 Christopher J. Damm John G. and Virginia L. Foos 3 Leonard and Linda C. C. Hatch 2 Roland and Mary A. Kriese 2 and Nancy Q. Petersmeyer 6 Malcolm J. and Kathy Ford 5 David T. and Linda Hawkins 1 Jagan and Jayanthi Krishnan 2 Sarah Davies Glenn T. Frantz Kenneth and Jane F. Henley 3 Stephen J. Kristofor 2 Howard J. and Barbara Davis 14 and Nancy Sabol Frantz 2 Matthew and Karen Higgins 2 George J. and Patricia J. Kroculick 1 J. Peter OPC ’74 and Susan S. Davis 23 Martin and Susan Freed 2 Judith L. Hill and Louis G. Silverblank 1 Steve and Doris Kurash 2 William A. and Karla R. Dean 1 Robert W. OPC ’77 Roger S. OPC ’45 Stuart B. and Deborah G. Kurtz 6 Theodore F. OPC ’78 and Monica R. Frieman 1 and Dolores E. Hillas 22 David J. OPC ’82 and Susan Decker 25 Patricia A. Fries 4 David H. Jr. and Anne Hilton 3 and Jennifer A. Kurtz 9 Fred T. Dedrick and Laura E. Gifford 3 John Fries 4 Keith C. and Michelle J. Hinshaw 7 Robert K. OPC ’74 and Carol Kurz 23 Joseph P. Delaney Laurence E. and Kathleen M. Fullen 4 Steven and Jane Hirshberg 2 Charles and Cynthia LaLone 5 and Barbara Campbell 4 W. Roderick and Pamela B. Gagne 16 Kenneth B. and Amy L. Holdsman 5 James F. Sr. and Patricia A. Lamb 1 William Steven L. and Doreen F. Derman 7 Jennifer D. Diabo 1 Martin P. and Ellen W. Galvan 11 Akwasi Gamble Mitchell L. and Cristy Hollin 6 Danielle and Rodney Hollis 2 Joseph T. and Pamela J. Laudadio 1 Rachel Lawton 15 Penn Charter SChool 35 Robert IV and Cynthia Dickey 4 Thomas Jr. and Carol Gannon 3 Yolanda and Frank Holmes 1 Fredric I. and Susan D. Lazarus 4 Report Gifts of Adam Dickstein and Jill Saull 1 Jack Garden and Abbie Newman 6 Jeanne Holt-Brabson Joann D. and Jeffrey R. Lehrbaum 5 Frank A. DiSalvo Jr. 4 Kemmie and Leonard Gardner Marshall and Jeanette Houston 1 Peter Lerner and Cecilia Landsberg 3 2006–2007 Gwendolyn Dixon 4 Randi S. Garnick 8 Michael and Paula Howard 2 Martin S. and Fern G. Lerner 5 Arthur P. and Barbara Dobias 3 Gregg W. and Cindy Garnick 8 Brian B. and Laura A. Huber 1 Paul R. and Leslie Lewis 10 James R. Domenick Mark R. and Heather Garrison 6 Jeffrey M. and Susan Hugo 3 Paul M. and Amara A. Lieberman 1 and Katherine L. Clupper 3 James C. OPC ’75 John Hyman 3 Kenneth W. Liechty 2 Anthony and Amy Drazio 6 and Janine M. F. Garvey 23 Jonathan Q. and Christa H. Irvine 1 Deborah Lippincott 2 Timothy A. OPC ’71 Henry J. Gaskins Glenn C. Isaacson and Jane Wang 8 Todd and Tammy Lipschultz 1 and Eileen Dowling 3 and Cynthia Medina-Gaskins 3 Benjamin T. and Pamela Jarmul Linda A. Lipscomb 9 Edward and Diane Drinker 1 Sam and Elizabeth Genovese 8 David and Joyce Jennings 3 Henry and Alexandra Lipski 2 Howard A. Drossner Stuart M. and Shannon N. George 2 Yong and Yonghong Ji Katharine Livingston and Pamela I. Lehrer 7 Jack and Bonnie Georgiou 1 Russell S. and Seeta D. Joell 2 Eleanor M. Lloyd 1 Ivan R. and Tracy G. Drufovka 10 John and Cathy Gigliotti 1 Cynthia Johnson Adrian K. and Patty W. Lo Jerome J. Dugas and Patricia J. Reid 4 David OPC ’85 and Jennifer Giorno 1 Alonzo and Marliese Johnson David Lockard 1 Michael and Cindy Durst 3 William M. and Mindy Y. Glassman 5 Victor D. Johnson 1 Anthony Sr. and Ellen Lordi 2 Joseph A. Dworetzky Chad J. and Tiffany D. Glover James Jolinger and Robin Lerner 1 John F. OPC ’78 and Amy L. Banse 8 William Goldberg and Tracey Weiss 2 Curtiss and Sarah Jones 2 and Elizabeth Loughery 8 Jonathan and Rachel Dyer OPC ’72 15 Michael A. Golden OPC ’73 Tara L. Jones Gary L. Lozoff and Miriam Katz 3 James B. Eley Jr. and Susan G. Jacobson 9 Stacy Jorgensen 4 Jay E. and Stella Ludwig 2 and Sherry Walker-Eley 1 Mitchell S. Goldenberg Charles S. OPC ’71 Sigrid E. Lundby 2 John P. and Susan B. English 1 and Jane J. Feldgus 6 and Deborah A. Kaesshaefer 21 Timothy M. and Jill D. Lynch 1 Bruce K. OPC ’72 Margaret F. Goldfarb 8 Richard S. and Jacqueline S. Kaiser 1 Richard J. Sr. and Barbara N. Lyons 5 and Christina H. Entwisle 15 Stephen M. and Carol Goldman 6 Russell H. and Kristina A. Kaller 3 Peter L. Maas and Lesley S. Carson 6 Barry and Deborah Epstein 2 Charles J. OPC ’80 Theodore H. and Wendy N. Kapnek 5 James R. MacRae
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 penn Charter annual Fund Gifts from Parents, Grandparents and Friends continued and Suzanne R. Biemiller 2 Kathryn T. Newland 2 Margaret and Brian Rogers 1 Mark P. and Ellen Solomon 5 Thomas R. Maher 1 John and Diona C. Nicolucci 5 John D. and Theresa Rollins 15 Louis and Joan E. Spagnoletti Davinder K. and Rashmi Malhotra 7 Michael J. and Patricia M. Noonan 1 Joseph E. Ronan Jr. 7 Michael and Denise M. Speranza 13 Monica Malpass 1 Kwabena A. and May-Ange Ntoso 3 Franklin and Willette E. Rorer 2 Paul E. Stang and Wendy A. Liebling 7 Richard B. OPC ’77 William T. and Donna M. O’Boyle 3 Paul R. and Wendy H. Rosen 8 Richard E. OPC ’68 and Lea S. Stanley 2 and Karen F. Maratea Robert C. and Cindi L. Olsman 8 Joel S. and Joan Rosen 8 Cynthia Star 7 Gabriel O. and Orly Maravankin 1 Frederick Paisley 2 Mitchell C. and Martha A. Rosenberg 7 Dennis and Val Starr Jeffrey and Marcie Marcus 2 Steven R. and Jodi L. Paisner 1 William H. Ross III Patrick J. and Diane Steffa 6 Yalon S. Martin 2 Victor and Rose Marie Palladino 1 and Margaret Lockwood 1 Sidney R. and Jill Steinberg 1 David J. OPC ’85 Michael A.Paolini and Alexis Harvey- David I. and Suzanne B. Rowland 4 Kathryn Steinbugler 7 and Michele P. Martina 9 Paolini 7 Basri and Saime Rruka James S. OPC ’75 and Jill W. Still 24 Michael and Dianne Massaro 2 Thomas K. and Marcia R. Pasch 3 David and Lisa Rubin 1 Peter Stuve and Monica Mejia 2 Jerald S. and Nancy R. Matt 1 Christopher and Margaret Pastore 7 Sheila A. Ruen and Jason L. Francisco 4 Sahar Suluki 1 Philip M. and Theodora D. Maurer 11 Patricia Patrizi 6 David A. and Denise P. Ryan 10 Thambipillai and Peter T. and Shari M. McAvoy 2 John and Paula C. Patton 1 Gene Z. and Cathy P. Salkind 2 Ambika Sureshkumar 10 Brian W. OPC ’82 Dana and Patricia Peirce Jon Saltzman 1 Frederick W. and Heather N. Sutor and Regina L. McCloskey 6 Marilyn Pendelton 2 Louis E. and Fania L. Samuels 11 Timothy J. and Patricia K. Szuhaj 1 Tiffani C. and Cuttino R. McCloud Donald L. and Elise E. Perelman 9 Steven L. and Kelly Sanders 2 Ronn E. and Sarah Tanel Charles V. McCoy 1 Robert and Barbara M. Perin 9 Ana and Oscar Santini-Dumas Lewis D. Tanner 3 Jack and Stephanie McDavid 2 Michaela K. and Anthony J. Petrone 10 Lauren Sara 1 Richard W.Thom and Judith A. McKee 1 Gary W. OPC ’68 Andrew and Ellen Pettit Michael P. and Kathleen Savage 8 Cassandra M. Thomas 2 and Dawn McDowell 8 Khai and Uyen Pham 1 James A. and Jennifer C. Savoie 4 Jere G. Thompson Thomas J. and Denise McDugall 4 David B. Picker and Grace A. Flisser 2 Richard Sax and Leslie Gomez 1 and Mary Ann Kuzma 11 Francis J. Jr. and Edna May McGarvey 6 Brett M. and Susan A. Pinto James R. and Amy Schaeffer 8 Philip C. Timon 1 Dennis and Elizabeth McGovern 1 Philip D. and Jill A. Plotnick 6 Irvin G. OPC ’73 Perry and Joan S. Tishgart 15 Paul T. and Monica G. McGurkin 3 Steven R. and Janet M. Point 1 and Marilyn S. Schorsch 1 Curtis and Jacinta Toll 2 William John L. and Susan E. McInerney 4 Elizabeth Pollak 3 Jeffrey D. Schrader Marc and Jaqueline Topaz 2 36 Penn Charter SChool Geoffrey and Nancy M. McKernan 3 Philip A. III and Laura W. McMunigal 5 Alan M. and Carol M. Prushan 4 Douglas H. and Rebecca Pyle 7 and Julie E. Zahn-Schrader 7 Kerry S. and Jill E. Schuman 5 John B. and Patricia A. Torrey 1 Mark and Susan Trager 2 Report Gifts of Richard D. OPC ’69 C. Robert and Debbie Quint 1 Jin S. and Grace Seo 1 James D. Troyer and Mary Alice Mellor 21 Joseph J. Ragg Jr. and Cathie Driscoll 4 Sharon A. Sexton and Kathleen F. Callan 7 2006–2007 Howard G. and Denise W. Mendel 4 Joseph A. Sr. and Karen R. Rauchut 5 and Thomas Ferrick Jr. 6 Tenzin and Tsering Tsultrim 2 Giradie Jr. and Lisa R. Mercer 1 Roshanak Razmpour 1 Geoffrey H. OPC ’75 and Kim Shields 16 James G. and Elizabeth R. Turner Antonio M. Merlo Jeffrey M. and Dominique Reiff 2 Marc B. OPC ’84 and Sima Shipon 6 Larry L. and Cynthia M. Turner 1 and Manuela Roggiani 1 Jeffrey A. Reinhold Andreas and Anna Marie Siegmann 5 Douglas D. Uhlmann and Lisa Tordo 6 Bennett S. and Wendi A. Meyer 2 and Kathleen A. Lister 8 Gary P. Sims 2 Joseph B.Vahey and Donna Ewanciw 2 Robert S. OPC ’77 and Vicki C. Miles 24 William H. OPC ’71 and Elizabeth Kathleen F. and Walter Singer 1 Debra Valenti-Epstein 2 Benjamin and Marie Miller A. Resch 3 John P. and Jayne A. Siniari 3 Raymond and Kathleen A.Vandegrift 3 Andrew L. OPC ’82 and Robin Miller 18 Larry and Sandy Rhine 1 Arunan Sivalingam 3 Jay and Keira G.Vederman 1 Matthew T. OPC ’86 * Harvey Richards and Cindy Mason 1 Michael J. and Cynthia J. Skinner 1 Erol and Elisabeth Veznedaroglu 2 and Rebecca T. Miller 13 David J. and Margaret M. Richards 4 Raymond F. OPC ’79 and Gwen A. William T. and Clara A. Wagner 5 Joseph P. and Mary R. Monzo 5 Frank C. and Karen S. Riedlmeier 7 Slider 4 James and Mary K. Walton 3 Pearl Moore 4 Leonard Rieser David and Charleen Slobodinsky 5 Robert D. Warrington 2 Keith and Alixandra Morgan 2 and Fernando Chang-Muy 1 Harold P. and Celia U. Slutsky 11 Daryl Watson Rohinton J. and Elyse M. Morris 4 Christopher D. OPC ’82 Robert C. Smith and Lorene E. Cary 1 and Patricia Gist-Watson 12 Michael Moulton and Toni Welch 3 and Amy P. Roak 2 David R. and Diane C. Smith 2 Philip I. and Terry E. Weinberg 4 Martin and Dana Mullaney Brian L. and Aileen K. Roberts 14 Marvin A. Smith 3 Perry R. and Jamie D. Weiner 4 Barbara Murphy-Warrington Parveen B. and Huw W. Roberts 8 Thomas R. Jr. and Kathleen Smith 3 Stan and Shelle Weisbaum 1 Richard K. Murray Thomas and Jean M. Robinson Albert J. Snite Jr. and Julia Conover 16 Jeffrey P. * and Kenna Weiss 4 and Patricia M. Bailey 1 Sharon D. Robinson Harvey A. and Babette Snyder 1 Michael J. and Pagan Weiss 2 John B. Nazarewycz and Cynthia Tyng 2 Darlene J. Robinson 1 Brian H. and Debra Snyder 1 Dean I. and Lisa A. Weitzman 2 Levon N. and Claudia J. Nazarian 6 David M. Robinson 1 Lois Snyder 3 Kurt A. and Betsey L. Wenger 2 Barry and Elaine M. Neff 5 Thomas C. OPC ’69 Kehinde Solanke Deborah and John P. White 3 Marla Nesbitt-Laws 2 and Diane V. Robinson 29 and Jon Korczykowski 1 Karl and Kim Whitley 2 Please note that the exponent following a person’s name indicates the number of consecutive years of giving in a particular category. * deceased
  • Jonathan and Kerri Wilkerson 1 David and Dorothy F. Binswanger 10 Joel F. and Barbara M. Davidson 1 Suzanne Gerber 14 Gregory R. Wilkinson Kenneth J. Blank and Donna M. David R. and Alice M. Davis 15 Gail and Donald Gillespie 13 and Lola Sergeant-Wilkinson 3 Murasko 17 Louis D. OPC ’52 and Shirley Davis 10 Joel W. and Marlene F. Goldwein 3 Barry C. Williams John A. Jr. and Pamela C. Bown 6 Howard J. and Barbara Davis 14 David M. and Susan H. Goodner 27 and Danielle Banks-Williams 10 Brian P. Brady 9 Nicholas and Eileen H. DeBenedictis 1 Herbert F. Jr. and Virginia P. Goodrich 26 Caesar D. OPC ’80 Martha M. Brady 12 Theodore F. OPC ’78 Robert A. and Susan M. Gordon 21 and Katrina Williams 8 Fred E. and Minerva Braemer 3 and Susan Decker 25 Elsie E. Goss-Caldwell 1 Emerson and Faith Willis George W. and Jamie Braun 8 T. Frank OPC ’45 Neil R. Gottehrer Pauline Willis 1 John W. OPC ’66 and Helen C. Decker 29 and Anne Carlin Gottehrer 1 Zakia Wilson 1 and Marcia K. Braxton 18 George E. OPC ’59 and Lynn Deming 9 Marjorie T. Goulding 29 Stuart L. and Ellen Wolf 6 Deirdre Brett 1 Jon K. and Kate S. deRiel 21 William J. Goulding 29 Andrew D. and H. Payson Brickley OPC ’35 William W. OPC ’39 Michael and Eileen E. Greenberg 11 Kristy-Ann E. Wolfington 6 and Charlotte Ziesing 6 and Margaret R. Dickhart 21 G. Davis OPC ’49 and Ann N. Greene 25 Joseph and Amy L. Woo 6 Geoffrey L. and Charlene M. Brock 1 Frederick H. OPC ’59 Albert M. OPC ’74 C. Thomas and Ellen J. Wood 3 Marc D. and Andrea S. Brookman 1 and Roberta Dimond 2 and Wendy Greenfield 9 Robert M. Jr. and Martha L. Wurtz 8 Charles H. and Marie Brown 5 Keith and Peg Doms 1 George A. and Elizabeth M. Greenle 19 Gary and Irene Yampolsky Stuart M. and Laura S. Bryan 6 Don and Nancy Donaghy Hon. 1689 25 Thomas D. and Patricia C. Griffin 2 Gary D.Yeoman and Roberta Kaneff 2 Dale and Louise G. Bryansmith 10 Antonio and Susana Dos Santos 5 George H. and Georgette Grigos 3 Thomas R.Yorko 10 William P. Burdick and Linsey A.Will 8 Edward C. OPC ’47 Robert J. Hack OPC ’58 3 Diane C.Young 9 H. Donald and Sondra S. Busch 28 and Joan Driscoll 27 Denise H. and Ronald Haigler 8 Edward and Esther Yuhasz 3 Paul S. and Roberta A. Butler 8 G. Anthony OPC ’60 Robert J. OPC ’40 Mario and Jan M. Zacharjasz 5 William H. OPC ’53 and Helene Duffy 1 and Elizabeth T. Harbison 12 Eric L. Zager and Marirosa Colon 2 and Marianne C. Bux 5 Joseph A. Dworetzky Jeffrey K. and Amy G. Harrow 13 Howard S. OPC ’86 and Jill C. Zipin 3 Michael J. Byrne and Amy L. Banse 8 Henry and Sarah Hart 1 Marc H. and Pamela M. Zisselman 7 and Mary F. McCarron 5 Richard R. Eanes and Ruth A. Keers 1 Nelson R. OPC ’51 John A. and Margaret M. Zuccotti 2 Charles M. and Stephanie C. Cahn 8 George and Sharon Eastburn 12 and Marilyn Hartranft 2 Amy H. Zylstra 1 Donald R. Campbell Patrick M. and Lori D. Ehret 1 George J. OPC ’44 William Kendall and Whitney Zylstra 1 and Diana S. Rosenstein 16 Richard L. Cantor Dion R. and Rachelle L. Ehrlich 1 Bruce K. OPC ’72 and Barbara B. Hauptfuhrer 62 Neil P. and Carole Hecht 2 Penn Charter 37 paRents of SChool and Joan Balaban Cantor 14 and Christina H. Entwisle 15 Donna and Andrew C. Hecker * 15 Report Gifts GRaduates Gretchen Carey 1 John S. and Marilyn Entwisle 1 Kenneth and Jane F. Henley 3 of John A. OPC ’64 Carolyn T. and Thomas Carluccio 6 Barry and Deborah Epstein 2 Charles A. Hetzel 2006–2007 and Cynthia H. Affleck 25 William B. Carr Jr. OPC ’69 Marie Equi 1 and Karen A. Knudsen 3 Mark L. and Sue Ellen Alderman 7 and Stephanie Middleton 28 Valdis and Barbara L. Erdmanis 1 Roger S. OPC ’45 Janet and Charles Anderson 11 Michael D. and Veronica G. Carroll 3 Walter C. and Jane F. Evans Hon. 1689 21 and Dolores E. Hillas 22 Harry M. and Barbara L. Baer 5 Alice E. and Leroy Chapman 3 Ross E. and Suzanne Faigen 3 Ralph S. OPC ’56 Vittoria L. Baga 6 Thomas W. OPC ’66 Joseph and Cheryl L. Flores 17 and Natalie C. Hirshorn 22 Richard A. OPC ’69 and Joan Christy 16 Thomas B. OPC ’49 David A. and Stephanie D. and Claudia F. Balderston 29 Norman S. and Linda Cohen 21 and Floramae Force 24 Hockensmith 15 Robert D. and Patricia M. Baldridge 5 William S. OPC ’55 B. Graeme OPC ’53 Bruce I. and Karan Hoffman 2 Earl J. Hon. 1689 and Barbara V. Colehower 28 and Barbara Frazier 12 Bernard G. and Barbara L. Hogan 1 and Pam R. Ball Hon. 1689 28 Carol B. Colen 1 Alexandra V. A. and Thomas G. Kathryn L. and John D. Holgate 10 James M. Jr. and Elaine M. Ballengee 1 Harold T. OPC ’58 Frazier 7 Charles S. and Nancy J. Hough 32 Donald L. OPC ’44 and Carolyn D. Commons 17 Gerald W. Jr. and Janice Fretz 2 Brian B. and Laura A. Huber 1 and Elizabeth Barstow 1 Douglas L. and Corneilia Connor 2 W. Roderick and Pamela B. Gagne 16 Jeffrey M. and Susan Hugo 3 Frederick H. OPC ’73 Stuart F. OPC ’73 William A. Sr. and Mary M. Gallagher 21 Patricia Hunt and F. John Hagele 11 and Melanie W. Bartlett 22 and Marcia E. K. Conston 25 Martin P. and Ellen W. Galvan 11 Cheryl Irving 19 Thomas J. Jr. and Patricia D. Bender 21 Peter F. OPC ’56 and Jean M. Cooke 18 Mark R. and Heather Garrison 6 Craig L. and Lori A. Israelite 5 Peter A. Benoliel OPC ’49 Harry A. and Nanette Cooperman 7 James C. OPC ’75 Lewis H. OPC ’72 and Willo Carey 50 George C. Corson OPC ’52 21 and Janine M. F. Garvey 23 and Ellen H. Johnston 29 Bernard E. OPC ’56 Michael G. and Meg Crofton 5 William L. Gaunt and Wendy Hilles 9 Karen A. Joslin 2 and Valerie V. Berlinger 3 Charles J. and Patricia E. Cunningham 19 Thomas A. Gennarelli Royal D. Joslin 6 Wade H. and Christine H. Berrettini 6 Stewart and Kathleen R. Dalzell 19 and Alice K. Doddridge 26 Jerry Jung and Sara A. Warren 1 Livingston L. IV and Joan S. Biddle 5 Hal S. and Bonnie Davidow 11 Mary Friia Genovese-Colvin 2 Balloch F. Kaesshaefer 18
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 penn Charter annual Fund Gifts from Parents, Grandparents and Friends continued Charles S. OPC ’71 Gloria K. Marquess 16 Donald L. and Elise E. Perelman 9 Thomas J. Sharbaugh and Deborah A. Kaesshaefer 21 Edward E. OPC ’44 and Jan Marshall 1 Janet B. Perper 29 and Kristin R. Hayes 16 Clarence Kalenian 22 Andrew and Betty Martina 3 Michaela K. and Anthony J. Petrone 10 Bruce Shelly and Vicki Steinberg 1 Russell H. and Kristina A. Kaller 3 Victor C. II and Elizabeth Mather 29 C. Michael Pfoutz 1 Alma P. and Robert M. Sherwood 14 Samuel P. and Connie A. Katz 10 Robert C. McAdoo 29 Joel Polin and Irene Janssen 8 Geoffrey H. OPC ’75 and Kim Shields 16 David J. Kaufman and Virginia Stern 29 Dennis P. and Janice N. McCrossen 6 Thomas and Maureen Pomrink 12 J. C. Jr. and Patricia Shields 8 Robert W. Keidel Peter J. McDonough Sidney and Sandra B. Portnoy 8 Jacob A. Shipon and Judith Rotko 1 and Carole A. Zheimer 10 and Pamela Tasnan 1 Andrew Pustelniak and Marie Hejnosz 1 Eileen A. and Hall Shultz 19 Allen G. King 30 Gary W. OPC ’68 Douglas H. and Rebecca Pyle 7 Andreas and Anna Marie Siegmann 5 Thomas M. and Amelia C. Kittredge 24 and Dawn McDowell 8 Donald J. Quinn and Elma Koop 4 Susan L. Simon 22 Barbara F. Klein 22 JoAnn McEnerney 1 David J. and Faith Rachofsky 1 William S. Skinner and Loreen Volpe 6 Justin P. Klein and Mary Weal 3 Francis J. Jr. and Edna May McGarvey 6 Joseph J. Ragg Jr. and Cathie Driscoll 4 Steven Sklar and Nancy E. Berkowitz 3 Jeffery M. and Margaret Kolansky 10 William J. OPC ’52 Raymond Ragland Jr. William and Serena Skwersky 26 John A. and Nancy H. Koltes 37 and Carolyn A. McGuckin 28 and Legora E. R. Gauthney 1 David and Charleen Slobodinsky 5 Allen L. and Judith P. Kramer 6 Marc W. and Laura K. McKenna 20 Russell C. and Marianne Raphaely 1 Theodore J. and Joan Slowik 6 Esther and David L. Kurtz 1 Philip A. III and Laura W. McMunigal 5 Abraham C. and Sherri E. Reich 21 Virginia A. and Randolph B. Smith 1 Dorothy Kurz 1 William N. III and Marianne Mebane 1 Donald J. Reimer and Claire Faber 1 Kirby J. and D. J. Smith 1 Robert K. OPC ’74 and Carol Kurz 23 Scott and Rosemary M. Melnick 1 C. Brewster OPC ’41 Susan Smyth 1 Ann R. Lando 1 Norma W. Mercer 1 and Margaret B. Rhoads 10 Albert J. Snite Jr. and Julia Conover 16 Guy Laren 8 Bennett S. and Wendi A. Meyer 2 William H. Richards 1 Harvey A. and Babette Snyder 1 Frederick W. and Nancy Larson 3 Stephen F. and Sarilynne S. Meyer 4 Deborah Richards 9 Mary Jane Soens 1 Rachel Lawton 15 Warrin C. OPC ’54 Brian L. and Aileen K. Roberts 14 Donald M. OPC ’70 Robert and Barbara Lechtenberg 3 and Laurel S. Meyers 2 Charles M. OPC ’59 and Tia Roberts 8 and Alison F. Soloff 27 Austin M. and Betty Lee 29 Evan W. OPC ’54 Thomas C. Jr. OPC ’69 Lewis S. OPC ’44 Carol Leebron 10 and Nancy Michener 29 and Diane V. Robinson 29 and Elizabeth F. Somers 28 Robert J. OPC ’44 Jerome and Rosalie Miller 1 John C. Rodgers OPC ’44 29 Joseph A. and Carol Spadaro 20 William and Juliette G. LeFort 1 Wallace T. and Betty L. Miller 14 John T. Rogers Hon. 1689 Louis and Joan E. Spagnoletti 38 Penn Charter SChool Seth and Ellyn Lehr 3 Bernard and Felicia Lemonick 1 Handsel B. and Karen Minyard 8 David P. OPC ’64 and Nancy W. Rogers 21 John D. and Theresa Rollins 15 Michael and Denise M. Speranza 13 Peter Jr. and Mary J. Spizzirri 1 Report Gifts of Joseph J. Jr. and Linda P. Leube 1 and Carolyn S. Montgomery 30 Joseph E. Ronan Jr. 7 Dennis and Val Starr Stephen Levin and Myrna Stern 21 Ernest W. Moody Jr. Mitchell C. and Martha A. Rosenberg 7 Patrick J. and Diane Steffa 6 2006–2007 Howard and Susan Levine 1 and Iris L. Lewis-Moody 6 Priscilla R. and Joel J. Roslyn 14 Harold and Gail H. Stein 1 Donald M. and Victoria Levinson 1 Gregory B. and Susan T. Moore 7 Christopher R. OPC ’56 Avrom and Carol Steinbrook 24 Paul R. and Leslie Lewis 10 James J. III and Patricia G. Moore 9 and Jane D. Rosser 21 Kathryn Steinbugler 7 Andrew Lins and Judith Flood 3 Richard E. and Bonnie S. Moses 2 George A. Rosskam OPC ’71 17 George S. OPC ’47 Linda A. Lipscomb 9 Francis X. and Mary D. Murphy 8 Victoria D. Rosskam 17 and Mary C. Stewart 1 Henry and Alexandra Lipski 2 John M. and Donna Murray 21 Ronald E. Rossman OPC ’57 16 James S. OPC ’75 and Jill W. Still 24 Joseph and Bonnie P. Livezey 10 Walter R. and Joanna S. Myers 1 Carey V. and Janice M. Rowan 27 Lawrence A. and Donna Storm 1 Arthur P. Loeb OPC ’55 1 David Nation and Suzan Willcox 11 James C. and Adair M. Ruff 6 P. John and Lucy Strackhouse 7 Richard J. Sr. and Barbara N. Lyons 5 Daniel R. and Luana Neducsin 1 Daniel F. III and Elizabeth F. Ryan 17 Frank W. and Ann L. Straup 1 Bruce and Noreen MacCullough 19 Domingo and Patricia Negron 1 E. Anthony OPC ’78 Michael E. and Elissa S. Sullivan 20 William F. OPC ’62 Robert L. OPC ’75 and Lisa Saltzman 9 Jian-Zhong Sun and Zhaomei Mu 1 and Leslie MacDonald 4 and Susan K. Nydick 14 Victor W. Jr. and Loann C. Scarpato 15 Neal B. and Nayda Suway 2 Thomas G. Macy and Robert L. Sr. and Christine P. Nydick 15 Charles H. Schaefer OPC ’48 Shawn and Paula Sweeney 9 Elizabeth A. Glascott Hon. 1689 20 William F. Jr. and Cynthia M. O’Keefe 1 and Cornelia Guerrini 29 Jean O. Swihart 2 Russell F. and Meryle B. Mahrt 2 I. Shane and Myra Olshansky 21 Edward J. and Laurette F. Schernecke 22 William Jr. and Alice G. Sykes 21 Royden M. and Carey Maloumian 1 Yuko Omori 8 Stacey L. and Barbara J. Schwartz 23 Susan H. Talley 22 James D. and Eleanor A. Mangine 19 Franklin T. Osgood OPC ’48 1 Sharon A. Sexton Fusa W. Tanabe 1 Fredric R. OPC ’66 Carolyn F. Palaia 1 and Thomas Ferrick Jr. 6 William N. Tanner OPC ’57 and Sandra M. Mann 2 Robert B. Parsons OPC ’47 James H. Shacklett OPC ’70 and Anne Boyden 29 Michael E. OPC ’67 and Barbara Brecht Parsons 21 and Patricia A. Duffy 1 William B. and Louise Thompson 21 and Mahalah Markovitz Michael and Janine N. Pawlowsky 11 Ronald J. and Deborah Shaffer 14 Robert P. OPC ’38 Edwin H. III and Margie C. Marks 16 Louis S. Pearlstein and Mal Khatri 8 Carl H. III and Kathy G. Shaifer 1 and Mimi R. Thompson 8 Robert J. OPC ’73 and David C. Jr. and Margery S. Peet 15 Pamela R. Shannon 13 Perry and Joan S. Tishgart 15 Please note that the exponent following a person’s name indicates the number of consecutive years of giving in a particular category. * deceased
  • Debra Valenti-Epstein 2 and Helen C. Decker 29 John Tasnan 1 Mark Franek 8 Joseph B. OPC ’52 J. Morris and Anne Evans 2 Sylvan and Frances E. Tobin 5 Elizabeth A. Glascott Hon. 1689 20 and Carol M.Van Sciver 28 Malcolm and Edith Ford 2 Charles J. and Dorothy Tornetta 2 Hyun Susan Goodman 23 David V. and Judy Wachs 3 B. Graeme OPC ’53 Pat Tortis * 2 Robert A. Gordon 21 William J. OPC ’50 and Anne C.Wall 3 and Barbara Frazier 12 David V. and Judy Wachs 3 William J. Goulding 29 Richard C. Walling Jr. 1 Mitchell S. and Lita N. Fromstein 2 Laura E. Weiss * 1 Randy W. Granger 12 Robert W. and Joan B. Walters 4 Jerome S. and Maxine K. Goodman 1 Grace R. Wheeler 26 Denise H. Haigler 8 Thomas D. Watkins OPC ’59 4 G. Davis OPC ’49 and Ann N. Greene 25 William and Wanda Will 7 Erin K. Harrington 2 Richard J. Wechsler and Jan Rubin 1 Bernard M. and Harriet Gross 2 Caesar D. and Josephine Williams 8 Barrett W. B. and James W. Hein 6 Michael G. and Julie A. Weick 2 Robert J. OPC ’40 Charles T. and Leah Wood 3 Judith L. Hill 1 Edward J. Jr. and Carol Weick 20 and Elizabeth T. Harbison 12 John E. and Susan Zuccotti 2 Erin P. Hughes 4 Perry R. and Jamie D. Weiner 3 Madeline Harvey 7 Jeffrey Humble 1 Ross and Marjorie Weiss 20 Charles Jr. and Patricia Hitschler 1 faculty and Cheryl Irving 19 Grace R. Wheeler 26 Emil H. OPC ’54 staff Hannah K. Jacoby-Rupp 6 Richard and Virginia M. Whelan 1 and Lynn Hubschman 3 Stephanie D. Judson 6 Nooha P. Ahmed-Lee 3 Robert W. and Anne H. White 21 Edith Jones 1 Charles S. Kaesshaefer OPC ’71 21 Ruth Aichenbaum 10 F. John OPC ’65 and Beth Ann White 24 Christine Joyner 4 Deborah A. Kaesshaefer 21 Cassandra Aldridge 3 Caesar D. and Josephine Williams 8 Balloch F. Kaesshaefer 18 Jennifer Ketler 3 Nancy B. Anderson 18 Henry D. and Stephanie Windmoeller 5 Donald R. OPC ’51 Jonathan B. Kinley 3 Earl J. Ball Hon. 1689 28 Judith K. and Harold Winn 10 and Dorothy Kardon 15 Rebecca Luzi 5 Pam R. Ball Hon. 1689 28 Marjorie L. and Herbert S.Winokur 3 Thelma Karr 3 Timothy M. Lynch 1 James M. Ballengee Jr. 1 George E. and Christina E. Woody 6 Esther Kurtz 1 Bruce MacCullough 19 Alice Bateman 4 Joseph and Norraine Wyszynski 21 Charlotte Lebowitz * 2 Edwin H. Marks III 16 Naveena D. Bembry 9 Mario and Jan M. Zacharjasz 5 Mella Leiderman 1 Marianne S. Master 4 Thomas J. Bender OPC ’98 2 Edward L. Zajkowski Bernard and Felicia Lemonick 1 Theodora D. Maurer 11 Bridgette Bonner-Fennal 1 and Kathleen Stinson 19 S. Martin and Lenore B. Lieberman 1 Brian W. McCloskey OPC ’82 6 Perry Bonner-Fennal 1 Deborah M. and Bruce Zakheim 11 Shelby Lozoff 1 Ruth A. McGee-Barrett 1 Stephen A. Bonnie OPC ’66 31 William John and Margherita Zeglinski 1 Carter and Betty Zeleznik 8 Andrew and Betty Martina 3 Peter and Betty Mathieu J. Crosby Brown 1 Allan B. Brown Hon. 1689 22 Deborah McIlvaine 3 Richard D. Mellor OPC ’69 21 Penn Charter SChool 39 Report Gifts Paul C. and Bonnie Zieger 2 Barbara Matt 2 Vicki C. Miles 1 Charles H. Brown 5 Jerome and Rosalie Miller 1 Matthew T. Miller OPC ’86 * 13 of cuRRent Wallace T. and Betty L. Miller 14 John W. Burkhart OPC ’72 30 Rebecca T. Miller 13 2006–2007 and foRmeR Christopher J. Burnett 8 Doris G. and Abbot C. Mohn * 10 Paul S. Butler 8 Michael Moulton 3 GRandpaRents Nazar and Artemis Nazarian 2 Sandra L. Carpino 8 Diona C. Nicolucci 5 Paul D. and Elsie G. Anthony 2 Robert L. Sr. and Christine P. Nydick 15 Tamar Charry 4 Eva Kay Noone 12 E. Richard and Norma Bailey 3 Dolores O’Brien 5 Christine Christoph 8 Cary Normile 1 Helen Bambino 1 Peter and Doris Osborne 3 Elizabeth Coombs 1 Sandrine K. Pal 3 Anne W. Banse 2 Charles and Jeanne Perin 9 Jennifer B. Cubbin 1 Phillip Palkon 1 Matthew and Gloria Barnett 7 William H. and Jean M. Roberts 3 Patricia E. Cunningham 19 Levan A. Payton 3 Doris Bartuska 2 Rudolph and Muriel Robinson 7 Hal S. Davidow 11 Barbara Petruzzelli 1 Reza I. and Hildegarde Bashey 9 Jean Rosania 1 Alice M. Davis 1 James D. Phillips OPC ’90 1 Rosalind B. and William Bass * 3 Beverly A. Samuels 2 Theodore F. Decker OPC ’78 25 Sandra B. Portnoy 8 Robert H. and Roberta A. Bembry 6 Harold G. and Adele K. Schaeffer 4 Barbara Dobias 3 Rosanne Punzo 16 Jordan S. and Diane Berman 3 J. Craig Jr. and Patricia Shields 8 Rachel Dyer OPC ’92 15 Harvey D. Rentschler 2 John K. and Louise K. Binswanger 2 Jacob A. Shipon and Judith Rotko 1 Benjamin B. Dziedzic 7 Thomas Rickards 1 George J. and Judith K. Broder 1 Armita Sims 1 Valdis Erdmanis 1 Karen S. Riedlmeier 7 Aminta Burnett 1 Frank G. Jr. and Taylor Slaughter 4 Daniel Evans 3 Parveen B. Roberts 8 H. Donald and Sondra S. Busch 28 Sue Smith 2 Catherine Ezzo 1 Margaret Rogers 1 Bernard and Andrea H. Clyman 1 Elaine Smith 2 Anthony J. Farrell 5 John T. Rogers Hon. 1689 21 Pauline Collins 1 Arthur and Muriel Smoker 5 Joseph P. Fitzmartin 2 Joan Rosen 8 M. Todd and Margaret S. Cooke * 2 Eleanor Speranza 5 Elizabeth A. Flemming 2 Sheila A. Ruen 4 Irvin E. and Beatrice Custer 1 Jane O. Staman 29 Debra Foley 1 Jon Saltzman 1 Alice M. and David R. Davis 1 Edward and Lynda Stock 8 Darryl J. Ford 10 Mary Schilling 3 T. Frank OPC ’45 Robert Swanson 9 Malcolm J. Ford 5 Corinne Scioli 1
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 penn Charter annual Fund Gifts from Parents, Grandparents and Friends continued Sharon A. Sexton 6 Tom and Carol Cullen 1 Eleanor M. McCoy 1 Stephen and Anne B. Watters 25 Pamela R. Shannon 13 John D. and Maria Dover 17 Joyce G. McCray 14 Caroline Waxler 2 Kathleen F. Singer 1 Patrick Dwyer 1 Joan McIlvaine Hon. 1689 23 Ernest Welde Jr. 3 Carol Spadaro 20 J. Morris and Anne Evans 2 Joseph McMahon 1 Edward and Judith M. Zubrow 17 Carol Steinbrook Hon. 1689 24 William M. Jr. and Carol J. Felton 16 Kevin McNally 1 Virginia Stewart 1 Theodore L. and Ann S. Gaillard 1 John and Barbara N. McNichol 3 coRpoRations Douglas D. Uhlmann Hon. 1689 6 A. Cope and Anne W. Garrett 1 Stephen and Kimberly W. Morris 4 and Stephen Vallette 1 Edwin and Judith Gerber 17 Jeremy Nazimek 1 foundations Deborah White 3 Henry F. and Katherine W. Goldman 1 Gil Ortale 1 Grace Goodrich 2 Julie Ortale 1 Aetna Foundation Inc. Vera Wilson 1 Bryan and Gina Gramiak 1 Catherine Ortale-Grimes Concorde Inc. Robert W. Wilson 1 Gilbert L. Granger and Michael Grimes 1 The Conston Foundation Marta Zamora 12 and Cornelia A. Hill 1 Penn Charter Alumni Society 7 Daroff Design Inc. and DDI John A. Zuccotti 2 G. Davis III and Penka Greene 1 Penn Charter Community 8 Architects, PC fRiends Mark and Julie Grimes 1 Mitchell Paul 1 David Cutler Group General Mills, Inc. Mary Grimes-Anderson 1 Richard Pepino 1 L. Talbot and Maisie Adamson 1 Henri J. and Kikuko I. Guiraud 3 Joseph S. and Carol Perrott 25 The Graham Company Thomas and Christine Barnes 2 Karen S. Hallowell 1 Christina Pietrak 1 Grimes and Grimes, L.L.C. 1 Benjamin R. and Barbara A. Barnett Jonathan M. and Jane S. Harper 19 Robert A. and Verna Prentice 1 Henkels Foundation Bruce H. and Nancy F. Begin 5 Frank D. and Margine M. Holland Jr. 5 P.M. and Mary E. Procacci 1 Houghton-Carpenter Foundation Elizabeth and Thomas A. Bell 3 Doug Hopkins and Joy Sill-Hopkins 2 Carolyn J. Quill 9 INTECH Construction, Inc. Sarah W. and Dave Black 1 Robert B. Jordon and Gladys Ruiz 13 Debra A. and Thomas Quirk 1 Kasbar National Industries, Inc. Lisa M. and Brent Blanchard 1 Christine Joyner 4 Rose J. and Peter Randall 1 Kelly’s Sports LTD. Anita Brock 1 Cynthia V. Kahle 1 Tom and Lori Rocks 1 The Philadelphia Foundation George B. Bryant 10 Streeper and Thelma Karr * 3 Jorge A. Roig III 3 Philip Rosenau Co., Inc. Jeannette E. Burtnett 29 Frederick F. and Natalie K. Kempner 22 Karen J. Rothschild 1 Robert Ford Electric Company M. Reid Bush 8 Peter and Jackie Kosta 1 Benedict Saurino 1 Rotko Family Foundation William Sandra W. and David Carl * 1 Craig and Rachael Levin 1 Edward O. Shakespeare 22 The Samuel and 40 Penn Charter SChool Walter Clark and Patricia Carty-Clark 1 Bertram Jr. Lippincott 1 John E. and Jackie Singmaster 3 Rebecca Kardon Foundation Thomas B. Jr. and Gail MacCabe 1 Richard R. Smith 1 Snave Foundation Report Gifts of Kelly Conroy 1 Giovanna Makarechi 1 Hugo D. and Susan G. Smith 1 Susquehanna International Group, LLP 2006–2007 Frederick A. and Fotios and Alexandra Malitas 1 Jane O. Staman 1 Tenet Healthcare Foundation Katherine A. Coombs 3 Harry D. and Mary Malitas 1 John C. and Marcia K. Stone 1 Williamson Hospitality Services, Inc. Joan B. Costello Hon. 1689 24 Nancy Manos 1 Elizabeth S. Stutzman 1 Winokur Family Foundation James and Katherine M. Cranney 19 Philip M. and Ruth B. Maroney 24 John Tasnan 1 Zieger and Sons, Inc. Memorial Gifts 2006–2007 The following individuals were honored by gifts made in memoriam by family, classmates or friends. In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of George Aitken OPC ’72 Phoenix KiddKannon Ballard Joseph T. Beardwood III OPC ’44 John T. Bennett OPC ’49 Mark S. Aitken OPC ’72 Mitchell S. Goldenberg and Jane Feldgus Louise B. Beardwood G. Davis Greene OPC ’49 Lowell S. Thomas OPC ’49 In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of Jean S. Alber Edmond E. Bambino Joseph T. Beardwood Jr. In MeMory of Louise B. Beardwood Wilbert L. Braxton Hon. 1689 Robert B. Beale OPC ’64 Helen Bambino and Nina P. Braxton Hon. 1689 In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of Max W. Beck OPC ’68 Lowell P. Braxton OPC ’58 Jerome I. Aron OPC ’35 Sidney E. Barnes OPC ’55 Domingo P. Negron OPC ’96 Kabir S. Bundy OPC ’72 Elizabeth J. Aron John L. MacWilliams OPC ’55 The Fifth Grade Class Marilyn Entwisle In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of John F. Arts Bill Barrett Arthur Bell OPC ’48 Louis Brown OPC ’82 David L. Mather OPC ’89 The Garnick Family Pauline H. Bell Karen A. Brown Please note that the exponent following a person’s name indicates the number of consecutive years of giving in a particular category. * deceased
  • In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of Kenneth Caldwell OPC ’89 James A. Golden David L. Kurtz R. David McGuckin Jr. Timothy G. Duffy OPC ’87 James P. Golden OPC ’79 David J. Rachofsky Catherine L. Cantlin OPC ’92 Judith Gerber Hon. 1689 In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of David B. Gleit OPC ’87 Harold C. Gottehrer OPC ’97 Dermot Kurtz OPC ’94 Robert D. McGuckin Sr. OPC ’57 Barry J. Markman OPC ’90 Catherine L. Cantlin OPC ’92 David L. Mather OPC ’89 Patricia G. and James J. Moore Garrett C. Ball OPC ’94 Generoso C. OPC ’88 and Mary Rullo Domingo P. Negron OPC ’96 In MeMory of In MeMory of Herbert B. McVey In MeMory of In MeMory of David Downey Lees OPC ’38 Donald O. Bailey OPC ’45 Swithin T. Chandler OPC 1908 Joseph P. Grace Peggy Ann Lees H. Leonard Brown OPC ’45 Helen C. and T. Frank Decker OPC ’45 John J. Grace In MeMory of Harvey H. Frank Jr. OPC ’45 Theodore F. OPC ’78 Richard M. Lambert OPC ’45 and Susan Decker In MeMory of Simon Leiderman John F. Gummere OPC ’18 William F. Matlack OPC ’47 Mella Leiderman In MeMory of George W. Linn OPC ’58 Margine McVey Holland Robert C. Claus OPC ’52 In MeMory of A. Richard Teller OPC ’45 In MeMory of John E. Linck OPC ’82 Richard T. Claus OPC ’50 Ruthana Hadley In MeMory of Erik L. Enters OPC ’82 In MeMory of John W. Burkhart OPC ’72 Whitey Mellor Jeanette Cohn In MeMory of Richard Mellor OPC ’69 Robert S. and Diane Bass In MeMory of Richard Lister Patricia G. and James J. Moore John H. Hanson OPC ’40 Robert S. and Diane Bass In MeMory of Gilman Hanson In MeMory of Charles E. Cooper In MeMory of William E. Mikell OPC ’45 Jeffrey S. Brown OPC ’86 In MeMory of Charles H. Long III OPC ’70 Timothy M. Lynch James Harvey Nancy M. Long In MeMory of Alexis Harvey-Paolini In MeMory of Gordon N. Crosby OPC ’58 Edward C. Driscoll OPC ’70 Samuel Edward Miles and Michael A. Paolini Peter S. Crosby OPC ’73 Pearl Moore In MeMory of In MeMory of Charles H. Long Jr. OPC ’40 In MeMory of In MeMory of Harry R. Hirshorn William Ethel Eckman Nancy M. Long Lois Snyder Ralph S. Hirshorn OPC ’56 Matthew T. Miller OPC ’86 Please see page xx. Penn Charter SChool 4 In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of Philip R. Huntoon OPC ’68 David Daniel Lynch OPC ’88 In MeMory of Report Gifts of Russell J. Epprecht OPC ’61 Jean O. Swihart Julia Sargeant Mitchell Peter R. Epprecht OPC ’68 Charles W. Huntoon OPC ’65 Charles L. Mitchell OPC ’70 2006–2007 In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of Charles H. MacFarland OPC ’43 In MeMory of Thomas P. Emmons OPC ’44 David S. Huston Chip Morgan Margaret Emmons Joseph H. Huston OPC ’67 George E. Davidson OPC ’44 Edward C. Driscoll OPC ’70 William F. O’Keefe In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of Henry C. Evans OPC ’22 J. Hollingsworth Huston OPC ’24 In MeMory of James S. Morgan OPC ’35 Robert R. Matzke OPC ’59 Joseph H. Huston OPC ’67 Donald B. Martin OPC ’45 H. Payson Brickley OPC ’35 John G. Cunningham OPC ’45 In MeMory of In MeMory of Lydia Martin In MeMory of Russell A. Faber Hon. 1689 Edward White Jones II OPC ’39 Edward R. Moss Andrew A. Caimi OPC ’50 Martha Jones In MeMory of Judith R. Moss In MeMory of Charles Yates Masella OPC ’59 Catherine Festa In MeMory of Robert R. Matzke OPC ’59 In MeMory of Matthew E. Schernecke OPC ’94 Donald A. Jordan OPC ’55 Walter O’Brien Kenneth L. Jordan OPC ’58 In MeMory of Dolores O’Brien In MeMory of Arthur P. Loeb OPC ’55 Thomas McCarthy Richard B. Fisher OPC ’53 Terrence P. Dowling OPC ’79 In MeMory of Richard L. Geyer OPC ’53 In MeMory of Peter K. Ortale OPC ’83 Manny Kardon In MeMory of Joseph S. Perrott Hon. 1689 In MeMory of The Samuel and Rebecca Kardon Bud McCloskey Anthony R. Resch OPC ’81 Paul Gearinger Bradford M. Gearinger OPC ’58 Foundation George A. Greenle Charles M. Roberts OPC ’84 In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of Kenneth A. Gerber OPC ’85 Robert H. Krook OPC ’51 Michael L. McDonald OPC ’92 Clifton O. Page Steven K. Gerber OPC ’83 Allen M. Barstow OPC ’51 Jessica M. Bender OPC ’92 Harry L. J. Garrett OPC ’55
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 penn Charter annual Fund Memorial Gifts continued In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of Ralph F. Palaia OPC ’68 Charles Ricker Harry R. Smith Evans Taylor OPC ’35 Carolyn F. Palaia Edward A. Woolley OPC ’47 David R. and Diane C. Smith H. Payson Brickley OPC ’35 In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of Louis T. Savino III Jeffrey Weis Edward C. Quin III OPC ’41 Joseph Spadaro Dain E. Lewis OPC ’03 John P. English Margaret Quin The Garnick Family Paul R. Lewis In MeMory of In MeMory of In MeMory of William M. Welch II OPC ’15 J. Dean Reichelle In MeMory of Metro Schernecke William M. Welch III OPC ’49 John P. Staman Jr. OPC ’38 Sarah Owrid Allison Matthew E. Schernecke OPC ’94 John and Claire Duxbury In MeMory of Emma Owrid Betta In MeMory of Mildred O.R. Eckfeldt Walton R. Winder OPC ’62 Jack V. Scott OPC ’49 Alison B. Peet OPC ’99 Louis F. Burke OPC ’62 In MeMory of William H. Resch David A. Scott OPC ’60 David C. Peet Jr. F. Stone and Julie Roberts OPC ’62 Patricia G. and James J. Moore In MeMory of David C. Peet III OPC ’01 Anthony R. Resch OPC ’81 Craig R. Smith OPC ’98 John S. Peet OPC ’04 Robert L. Rosania OPC ’82 Isaac R. Whitman OPC ’00 Jane O. Staman Honorarium Gifts 2006–2007 The following individuals were honored by gifts made by family, classmates or friends. In Honor of Robert P. OPC ’49 Brian B. and Laura A. Huber In Honor of Richard Balderston OPC ’69 and Barbara D. Hauptfuhrer Allen L. and Judith P. Kramer Danielle and Gabrielle Bembry Benjamin J. Cooper OPC ’03 Brian B. and Laura A. Huber Joseph J. Jr. and Linda P. Leube Robert H. and Roberta A. Bembry William Henri J. and Kikuko Guirard Louisa M. Macy OPC ’03 4 Penn Charter SChool Barbara Lam Allen L. and Judith P. Kramer Joseph J. Jr. and Linda P. Leube E. R. III and Maryanne J. McDevitt In Honor of Michael H. Berman Report Gifts Louisa M. Macy OPC ’03 Norma W. Mercer Hon. 1689 In Honor of Evan W. OPC ’54 and Nancy Michener Jordan S. and Diane Berman of E. R. III and Maryanne J. McDevitt James M. Ballengee 2006–2007 Casey Sharbaugh OPC ’07 Norma W. Mercer Hon. 1689 Penn Charter Community In Honor of Joel S. and Joan Rosen Jayne Bernsten OPC ’07 Evan W. OPC ’54 and Nancy Michener Lisa Slowik OPC ’94 Kate Goldenberg and Family In Honor of Penn Charter Community Earl J. Ball III Hon. 1689 Jonathan Torrey OPC ’07 Rudolph and Muriel Robinson Joel S. and Joan Rosen Joseph B. OPC ’52 Perry and Bridgette Bonner-Fennal Lisa Slowik OPC ’94 and Carol M.Van Sciver In Honor of Sandra L. Carpino Marcia K. Stone John M. OPC ’66 and Kobkit J.Wilson Michael Bonventure Christine Christoph Joseph B. OPC ’52 The Clayman Family Foundation Merritt T. Cooke III and Carol M.Van Sciver In Honor of and Grace Sharples-Cooke Jonathan Banner In Honor of John M. OPC ’66 and Kobkit J.Wilson Joel F. and Barbara M. Davidson Joseph J. and Helaine S. Banner Allen Brown Hon. 1689 John D. Dover In Honor of Marilyn Entwisle Pam R. Ball Hon. 1689 In Honor of Bruce K. OPC ’72 Raymond Barber In Honor of Meredith L. Albert OPC ’03 and Christina H. Entwisle Conor O’Neill OPC ’07 Charlie Brown Perry and Bridgette Bonner-Fennal Charles A. OPC ’31 Merritt T. Cooke III Sandra L. Carpino In Honor of and Jacqueline Ernst and Grace Sharples-Cooke Joel F. and Barbara M. Davidson Arthur R. and Terry H. Bartolozzi Darryl J. Ford and Gail Sullivan Megan Thompson OPC ’07 John D. Dover Barbara Lam Malcolm and Edith Ford Darryl J. Ford and Gail Sullivan Malcolm J. and Kathy Ford In Honor of In Honor of Malcolm and Edith Ford Fred Brown Ralph L. OPC ’44 Jonathan Bass Robert A. and Susan M. Gordon Rosalind B. Bass Charles H. and Marie Brown and Elfrida B. Goetzenberger Richard P. OPC ’61 Robert A. and Susan M. Gordon and Louise Hamilton In Honor of In Honor of Richard P. OPC ’61 Robert P. OPC ’49 Erika Berger OPC ’07 J. Crosby Brown and Louise Hamilton and Barbara D. Hauptfuhrer Kathleen L. Wallace Ryan Hoffman OPC ’07 Please note that the exponent following a person’s name indicates the number of consecutive years of giving in a particular category. * deceased
  • In Honor of In Honor of In Honor of In Honor of Nache Buie Jacob Dresden Hon. 1689 Max and Molly Goldman Christopher Lins OPC ’02 Yolanda Holmes Stephen R. Mazda OPC ’75 Henry F. and Katherine W. Goldman Andrew Lins and Judith Flood In Honor of In Honor of In Honor of In Honor of John W. Burkhart OPC ’72 Sonia Duprez Randy W. Granger Hon. 1689 Max and Will Lubowitz Jayne Bernsten OPC ’07 Charles J. OPC ’80 Andrew Rentschler OPC ’95 Norman S. Cohen Elizabeth Strasbaugh OPC ’07 and Hyun Susan Goodman In Honor of In Honor of Dan Tramontina OPC ’07 In Honor of Connor and Grace Harbison Timothy M. Lynch In Honor of Adam and Alex Dworetzky Robert Swanson Joshua Heinsheimer OPC ’07 William B. Carr OPC ’69 Anne W. Banse In Honor of In Honor of Merritt T. Cooke III In Honor of Shannon Harrington OPC ’07 Elizabeth Pennock Maris and Grace Sharples-Cooke Anthony J. Farrell Kate Goldenberg and Family Samuel W. Levitt OPC ’77 In Honor of Gabriel Parra OPC ’07 and Ellen Goldsmith Rosemary Cavalcante In Honor of In Honor of Michael Heasley In Honor of Jorie Dugan OPC ’07 Joseph P. Fitzmartin Brian W. McCloskey OPC ’82 Elan Jones OPC ’07 Ellen McDevitt OPC ’07 Kelsey Dorwart OPC ’07 Joseph S. Perrott Hon. 1689 Bridget McDugall OPC ’07 Carleton P. and Debra A. Erdman In Honor of In Honor of In Honor of David B. Picker and Grace A. Flisser Roger S. Hillas OPC ’45 Charnae McCoy the Class of 1940 James E. Rappoport Roger S. Hillas OPC ’71 and Lisa Olson Charles V. McCoy George L. Davis OPC ’40 and Karen L. Daroff In Honor of Walter C. and Jane F. Evans Hon. 1689 In Honor of In Honor of Daniel and Gregory Holdsman Patrick J. McDonough OPC ’90 Charles Clayton OPC ’55 In Honor of Bernard and Andrea H. Clyman John Tasnan Morton and Judith Craine Darryl J. Ford In Honor of Marc D. and Andrea S. Brookman In Honor of In Honor of Mae House Bridget McDugall OPC ’07 Merritt T. Cooke III Catherine Clinton Marvin A. Smith and Grace Sharples-Cooke Thomas J. and Denise McDugall William Leonard and Linda Hatch In Honor of Joel F. and Barbara M. Davidson Michael and Eileen E. Greenberg In Honor of Caroline E. and Kathleen D. OPC In Honor of Penn Charter SChool 43 Anna B. McGlynn OPC ’03 Philip and Todd Cooke Patricia Patrizi ’04 Huber Deirdre Brett Report Gifts of Margaret S. Cooke The 2007 Senior Class Brian B. and Laura A. Huber In Honor of 2006–2007 In Honor of David B. Picker and Grace A. Flisser In Honor of Michael and Stephen McVeigh Chuck Cooper Ronald J. and Deborah Shaffer Erin P. Hughes Paul D. and Elsie G. Anthony Jeffrey S. Brown OPC ’86 Adam J. Shelly OPC ’04 Anita A. Idiculla OPC ’99 Rachael Wolf OPC ’07 In Honor of In Honor of In Honor of Rick Mellor OPC ’69 Irvin and Beatrice Custer Benjamin Fries In Honor of Mark W. Adzick OPC ’07 David R. and Diane C. Smith Peter and Doris Osborne Cheryl Irving In Honor of In Honor of In Honor of Alexandra Lipschultz OPC ’07 S. Todd Meyer OPC ’99 Alice Davis Hon. 1689 Harry L. J. Garrett OPC ’55 In Honor of Stephen F. and Sarilynne S. Meyer M. Reid Bush A. Cope Garrett OPC ’51 Dylan Isaacson OPC ’07 Amanda Davis OPC ’07 In Honor of In Honor of Ryan Kang OPC ’07 Rebecca T. Miller In Honor of Beth Glascott Hon. 1689 In Honor of Timothy J. and Patricia K. Szuhaj Helen C. and T. Frank Decker Merritt T. Cooke III OPC ’45 and Grace Sharples-Cooke Stephanie Judson In Honor of Theodore F. OPC ’78 Marina Kats Merritt T. Cooke III Kathryn Moran and Susan Decker Robert K. OPC ’74 and Carol Kurz and Grace Sharples-Cooke Sue Smith In Honor of In Honor of In Honor of In Honor of Nancy Donaghy Hon. 1689 Elizabeth Golden OPC ’07 Charles Kurz II OPC ’63 Joseph Moshe Carol Spadaro Kate Goldenberg and Family Elizabeth and Thomas A. Bell Gabriel O. and Orly Maravankin In Honor of In Honor of In Honor of In Honor of Jesse Dougherty Marji Goldman Noah J. Lebowitz-Lockard Kiera Murasko-Blank OPC ’07 Sarah Miller OPC ’07 Dean and Susanna Adler Charlotte Lebowitz Kate Goldenberg and Family
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 penn Charter annual Fund Honorarium Gifts continued In Honor of In Honor of In Honor of In Honor of Arden Rose Neff Thomas and Rita Rafferty John T. Rogers Hon. 1689 Elaine Smith Barry and Elaine M. Neff Generoso C. OPC ’88 Ruth A. McGee-Barrett David R. and Diane C. Smith and Mary Rullo In Honor of In Honor of In Honor of Cary Normile In Honor of Gloria Schwartz Lewis S. Somers 3rd OPC ’44 Andrew OPC ’02 and John F. OPC ’78 and Kristin Somers Timothy J. Szuhaj Eric Schwartz OPC ’07 Julia OPC ’04 Richards In Honor of William H. Richards In Honor of In Honor of Michael, James Pat and Craig Sheilds Will Sun OPC ’04 In Honor of and Justine Paolini Geoffrey H. OPC ’75 Jian-Zhong Sun and Zhaomei Mu Dylan and Gibson Roberts Madeline Harvey Reza I. and Hildegarde Bashey and Kim Shields In Honor of In Honor of In Honor of Michael G. Weick OPC ’06 In Honor of Reid OPC ’77 and Parveen Roberts Alex, Bryan, David OPC ’88, Michael G. and Julie A. Weick Scott OPC ’74 Perper and Marc OPC ’84 Shipon Erika Berger OPC ’07 In Honor of Janet B. Perper Jacob A. Shipon and Judith Rotko Robert C. Zeleznik OPC ’84 In Honor of In Honor of Jeremy OPC ’07 and Tyler Robinson In Honor of Carter and Betty Zeleznik Margurite T. Pfoutz OPC ’99 Arthur and Muriel Smoker Daniel Smith C. Michael Pfoutz David M. Robinson Elaine Smith Gifts-in-Kind The following individuals have donated gifts for the school’s use. From books and videos for the library to a digital camera for the Class Record to flowers and decorations for events, these gifts enhance our William teaching and learning community daily in a very tangible way. 44 Penn Charter SChool Raymond W. Barber Robert A. and Susan M. Gordon Stephanie D. Judson John R. and Patricia L. Noonan Report Gifts Barksdale Studios Anne Carlin Gottehrer and Cleveland D. Rea Levan A. and Karyn Payton of Bruce H. Begin William J. Goulding Charles Kurz OPC ’63 Barbara Perin 2006–2007 Martha M. Brady John D. and Wendy B. Ingersoll George H. Kurz OPC ’46 Harvey D. and Barbara H. Rentschler Wayne Brown OPC ’51 Judith L. Hill and Louis G. Silverblank and Elisabeth Ankersmit Sharon A. Sexton and Thomas Ferrick William H. OPC ’53 and Marianne Bux Patricia Hunt and F. John Hagele Jack McDavid Sarah L. Sharp Walter C. and Jane F. Evans Hon. 1689 Margaret Hilsdon Gregory B. and Susan T. Moore Robert W. and Mary Margaret Wilson Please note that the exponent following a person’s name indicates the number of consecutive years of giving in a particular category. * deceased
  • Education Corporate Matching Improvement Gift Program Tax Credit This program allows participating corporations to match employees’ donations to nonprofit This exciting and innovative program is an opportunity organizations. Last year, 84 donors doubled or to support two values that are at the core of the Penn tripled their gifts to Penn Charter by requesting Charter experience: scholarship and diversity. matching contributions, which totaled $105,578. Participation in the Pennsylvania Educational To see if your company matches or for more Improvement Tax Credit program (EITC) allows information, please contact: corporate citizens to direct taxes from the Rachel Dyer Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to William Development Officer Penn Charter School. EITC permits companies William Penn Charter School that pay specific Pennsylvania corporate taxes to 215-844-3460 ext. 131 donate up to $222,222 to Penn Charter in rdyer@penncharter.com support of scholarship — and receive a tax credit Aetna Foundation, Inc. Northwestern Mutual of up to 90 percent of the donation. American Express Company, Inc. LifeFoundation, Inc. For more information on the EITC program AOL Time Warner, Inc. Pepsico Foundation and scholarship at Penn Charter, please contact: ARAMARK Corporation Pitney Bowes, Inc. Rachel Dyer AXA Foundation PNC Bank Bank of America Raytheon Company Development Officer Campbell Soup Company RBC Dain Rauscher William Penn Charter School Federated Department Stores, Inc. Reebok International 215-844-3460 ext. 131 Fidelity Investments Susquehanna International rdyer@penncharter.com FM Global Group, LLP William Concorde, Inc. Philip Rosenau Co., Inc. General Electric Company General Mills, Inc. Tenet Healthcare Foundation The Glenmede Corporation Penn Charter SChool 45 Stephen Rosenzweig Philip Rosenau General Re Corporation The H. O. West Foundation Report Gifts of Goldman, Sachs & Co. The Michael and Susan Dell David Cutler Group Robert Ford Electric Company Houghton Carpenter Foundation Foundation 2006–2007 David Cutler Stuart Ford IKON Office Solutions, Inc. The Pew Charitable Trusts J. P. Morgan Chase Company The Prudential Foundation The Graham Company Zieger & Sons, Inc. Jones Lang LaSalle The Quaker Chemical Foundation William A. Graham OPC ’58 Mark Zieger OPC ’86 Kraft Foods, Inc. UBS Foundation Paul Zieger INTECH Construction, Inc. Lehman Brothers, Inc. United Parcel Service of America, Inc. Steve Zieger OPC ’89 Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc Vanguard Group, Inc. Craig Sabatino OPC ’74 Merck & Co., Inc. Verizon Foundation Kasbar National Industries, Inc. Merrill Lynch & Company, Inc. Wachovia Foundation Steven and Doreen Derman Microsoft Wells Fargo Morgan Stanley-Dean Witter William E. Schmidt Foundation National Liberty Corporation Wm.Wrigley Jr. Company Foundation College Prep Other Gifts The Allen Hilles Fund Roger OPC ’45 and Dee Hillas, George and Hannah Bricker The Christopher Ludwick Foundation United Way of Southeastern Memorial Foundation The Ellis Trust and Pennsylvania Wyatt Wistar Brown Trust White-Williams Scholars Marc and Laura McKenna Aaron Levan Dettra Memorial Fund Janine M. Garvey, United Way Penn Charter Alumni Society Charles E. Ellis Grant and of Southeastern Pennsylvania Rasheed A. Wallace Foundation Scholarship Fund Gatter Foundation White & Richardson Trust E. Adelaide and Mary Wallace Fund
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 F r a m e w o r k s F o r t h e F u t u r e Frameworks for the Future The following lists of alumni and parents are contributing volunteer time to the objectives of Frameworks for the Future, our capital campaign. The Alumni Committee has expanded exponentially this past year and now totals 318 participants. Classes celebrating special five-year reunions organized committees and made class gifts in support of the Frameworks campaign and the Annual Fund. Classes of the 2s and 7s (1997 through 1947) raised an astounding aggregate of $xxxxx. The school is enormously grateful for this extraordinary outpouring of interest and support. alumni John D. Milner OPC ’56 John M. Phelan OPC ’56 William F. MacDonald OPC ’62 Kevin A. McKinney OPC ’62 Edward C. Driscoll OPC ’70 George J. Hauptfuhrer OPC ’70 campaiGn Christopher R. Rosser OPC ’56 George E. Meagher OPC ’62 Edward R. Over OPC ’70 committee William H. Surgner OPC ’56 Ronald O. Prickitt OPC ’62 Robert N. Reeves OPC ’70 Paul W. Allen OPC ’33 * James F. Tetzlaff OPC ’56 F. Stone Roberts OPC ’62 Jonathan H. Sprogell OPC ’70 Richard P. Brown OPC ’38 Bruce M. Ambler OPC ’57 Stephen W. Simpson OPC ’62 William J. Welsh OPC ’70 John K. Desmond OPC ’43 Kenneth Jack Barber OPC ’57 James L. Underkoffler OPC ’62 Randolph C. Barba OPC ’71 Sevill Schofield OPC ’43 G. Allan Dash OPC ’57 Robert E. Brickley OPC ’63 William D. Barker OPC ’71 Lewis S. Somers OPC ’44 George M. Dolan OPC ’57 David D. Buckley OPC ’63 John J. Foderaro OPC ’71 H. Leonard Brown OPC ’45 Gerald A. Hedges OPC ’57 Charles L. Burrall OPC ’63 R. Keith Helmetag OPC ’71 Theodore S. Coxe OPC ’45 James V. Masella OPC ’57 Joseph S. Churchman OPC ’63 Frederick H. Landell OPC ’71 T. Frank Decker OPC ’45 James G. Masland OPC ’57 Jacques P. Fiechter OPC ’63 T. Edward O’Neil OPC ’71 Roger S. Hillas OPC ’45 Harold B. McFarland OPC ’57 Richard J. Gilkeson OPC ’63 Robert A. Picardo OPC ’71 Millard L. Breiden OPC ’46 Robert D. McGuckin OPC ’57 * L. E. Haines OPC ’63 William H. Resch OPC ’71 Benjamin H. Linton OPC ’46 John J. McKenna OPC ’57 Martin N. Krasney OPC ’63 Mark S. Aitken OPC ’72 Edward Driscoll OPC ’47 John S. McKenzie OPC ’57 Charles Kurz OPC ’63 Bruce K. Balderston OPC ’72 Peter A. Benoliel OPC ’49 Peter S. Stern OPC ’57 Douglas S. Little OPC ’63 George A. Buffum OPC ’72 William M. Welch OPC ’49 William N. Tanner OPC ’57 Thomas H. Magid OPC ’63 John W. Burkhart OPC ’72 Wayne G. Brown OPC ’51 Lynn Wills John A. Affleck OPC ’64 Edward W. Enoch OPC ’72 Donald L. Greene OPC ’51 John E. F. Corson OPC ’58 John S. Morrow OPC ’64 Bruce K. Entwisle OPC ’72 Donald R. Kardon OPC ’51 Robert D. Morrow OPC ’58 Stephen A. Bonnie OPC ’66 Lewis H. Johnston OPC ’72 William David N. Weinman OPC ’51 William E. Chapman OPC ’59 John W. Braxton OPC ’66 John F. Wilson OPC ’72 46 Penn Charter SChool Arthur P. Woolley OPC ’51 George Corson OPC ’52 James B. Coles OPC ’59 George E. Deming OPC ’59 Thomas W. Christy OPC ’66 Paul W. Greco OPC ’66 Robert J. Marquess OPC ’73 J. Peter Davis OPC ’74 Report Gifts of Bruce Waechter OPC ’52 R. Ford Hutchinson OPC ’59 Martin J. Harrity OPC ’66 Albert M. Greenfield OPC ’74 2006–2007 William H. Bux OPC ’53 Kenneth L. Kershbaum OPC ’59 Richard W. Holmes OPC ’66 Robert K. Kurz OPC ’74 Alfred F. Bracher OPC ’54 David P. Kollock OPC ’59 William J. Jones OPC ’66 James S. Still OPC ’75 William G. Hamilton OPC ’54 Nelson J. Luria OPC ’59 Thomas P. Lom OPC ’66 Michael J. Andris OPC ’76 Emil H. Hubschman OPC ’54 Thomas A. Ralph OPC ’59 Fredric R. Mann OPC ’66 D. Jeffry Benoliel OPC ’76 James A. Lehman OPC ’54 Henry S. Rogers OPC ’59 Richard C. Pitman OPC ’66 Robert W. De Bolt OPC ’76 Warrin C. Meyers OPC ’54 Rush B. Smith OPC ’59 Christopher L. Allen OPC ’67 Jeffrey T. Harbison OPC ’76 Evan W. Michener OPC ’54 Thomas D. Watkins OPC ’59 Robert C. Buckley OPC ’67 William L. Kissick OPC ’76 Charles Clayton OPC ’55 Jacob G. Bumm OPC ’61 Harry S. Cherken OPC ’67 James E. Lemonick OPC ’76 William S. Colehower OPC ’55 John G. Crosby OPC ’61 W. Terrence Cushmore OPC ’67 William N. Mebane OPC ’76 Edward B. Fiske OPC ’55 David L. Geyer OPC ’61 Mark Hankin OPC ’67 Brent Sherwood OPC ’76 Earl W. Glazier OPC ’55 J. Freedley Hunsicker OPC ’61 Paul G. Harrington OPC ’67 Randolph C. Charles OPC ’77 Robert L. Gray OPC ’55 Duncan M. McFarland OPC ’61 C. Scott Kulicke OPC ’67 Bruce A. Dillard OPC ’77 Donald A. Jordan OPC ’55 Richard A. Redeker OPC ’61 Mckinley C. McAdoo OPC ’67 Douglas L. Greenfield OPC ’77 Richard M. Lehman OPC ’55 Rudolph W. Struse OPC ’61 Bruce C. Gill OPC ’68 Paul H. Hough OPC ’77 John L. MacWilliams OPC ’55 Jeffry H. Tindall OPC ’61 Joseph M. Hoeffel OPC ’68 James R. Malone OPC ’77 William H. Pope OPC ’55 Raymond W.Vickers OPC ’61 Gary W. McDowell OPC ’68 Robert S. Miles OPC ’77 Owen B. Tabor OPC ’55 Nicholas G. Walker OPC ’61 David W. Oxtoby OPC ’68 Glenn S. Morrison OPC ’77 Thomas M. Twitmyer OPC ’55 David O. Williams OPC ’61 Richard E. Stanley OPC ’68 Timothy T. Myers OPC ’77 Richard D. Wattis OPC ’55 Herbert S. Winokur OPC ’61 J. Craig Walsh OPC ’68 Reid S. Perper OPC ’77 Bernard E. Berlinger OPC ’56 James M. Wynn OPC ’61 John E. Welsh OPC ’68 Michael W. Richards OPC ’77 Peter F. Cooke OPC ’56 Louis F. Burke OPC ’62 G. Harvey Zendt OPC ’68 John C. Rodgers OPC ’77 Alan T. Dorn OPC ’56 Remy L. Fox OPC ’62 Richard A. Balderston OPC ’69 Anthony J. Romagnole OPC ’77 Ralph S. Hirshorn OPC ’56 Frederick R. Glazier OPC ’62 Thomas H. Lee OPC ’69 Thomas A. Sablosky OPC ’77 Joseph C. Hoover OPC ’56 Roger B. Hedges OPC ’62 Thomas C. Robinson OPC ’69 Michael F. Iademarco OPC ’78 * deceased
  • George J. Maley OPC ’88 Kate C. Houstoun OPC ’97 Keith T. Morris OPC ’88 Kate M. Keller OPC ’97 Gregory D. Palkon OPC ’88 Maya Comerato Stewart OPC ’97 Phillip S. Ragland OPC ’88 Virginia M.Yinger OPC ’97 Derek L. Riddick OPC ’88 Matthew S. Blank OPC ’99 Generoso C. Rullo OPC ’88 Lisa A. Christy OPC ’99 Andrew M. Scales OPC ’88 Patrick T. Gallagher OPC ’99 Stephen W. Simpson OPC ’88 Spencer E. Reich OPC ’99 Christopher D. Ball OPC ’89 Kathleen B. Rogers OPC ’99 Christopher D. Brasler OPC ’89 Scott P. Roslyn OPC ’99 Graham E. Michener OPC ’89 Eden Silverstein OPC ’99 Kenneth C. Murray OPC ’89 Evin E. Christman OPC ’00 William A. Roth OPC ’89 Mary C. Rogers OPC ’00 Gregory E. Summers OPC ’89 Adam K. Sperling OPC ’00 Neil B. Tanner OPC ’89 Jessica A. Stein OPC ’01 Barry J. Markman OPC ’90 Kenneth A. Deveney OPC ’01 Adam Skwersky OPC ’90 Ashley P. McDowell OPC ’01 N. Bret DeBenedictis OPC ’91 Christopher W. Garrison OPC ’05 William A. Gallagher OPC ’91 Rajiv A. Idiculla OPC ’91 paRent Paul J. Kane OPC ’91 campaiGn John E. Ranieri OPC ’91 Samuel L. Scheid OPC ’91 committee R. Todd White OPC ’91 Sandra R. Adzick William B.Young OPC ’91 Claudia F. Balderston Jessica M. Bender OPC ’92 Roger and Georgeann Ballou Catherine L. Cantlin OPC ’92 Robert and Diane Bass William Thomas J. Bender Sterling H. Johnson OPC ’78 John F. Loughery OPC ’78 Mark D. Rosser OPC ’83 Timothy M. Wall OPC ’83 Anna V. Davis OPC ’92 Rachel Dyer OPC ’92 James J. Bloom Penn Charter SChool 47 Glenn R. Gormley OPC ’79 Michael Biront OPC ’84 Robert E. Jaffe OPC ’92 Stuart M. Bryan Report Gifts of Michael J. Rudolph OPC ’92 Charles M. Cahn Stephen J. Kron OPC ’79 Matthew M. Killinger OPC ’85 2006–2007 Julie K. Walters OPC ’92 Lucien B. Calhoun John D. Lemonick OPC ’79 Thomas D. Kramer OPC ’85 Andrea B. Koplove OPC ’93 Richard L. Cantor David M. Amaro OPC ’80 Zachary T. Levine OPC ’85 Victor S. Olshansky OPC ’93 Anne and Thomas Caramanico Charles J. Goodman OPC ’80 Rennie S. Rodriguez OPC ’85 Andrew Duffy OPC ’94 Christopher J. Damm Jeffrey M. Lotman OPC ’80 Barry L. Cohen OPC ’86 Jennifer R. Gallagher OPC ’94 and Nancy Petersmeyer Michael D. Manno OPC ’80 Brian D. Ellerson OPC ’86 Deborah H. Gordon OPC ’94 Walter and Jane Evans Caesar D. Williams OPC ’80 David A. Healy OPC ’86 Megan L. Wilson OPC ’94 Henry J. Gaskins Peter W. Benoliel OPC ’81 David M. Jaspan OPC ’86 Seamus Brown OPC ’95 David and Anne Hilton Edward A. Foley OPC ’81 Marc R. Lisker OPC ’86 Franklin S. Horowitz OPC ’81 Patrick J. Maley OPC ’86 Ilana H. Eisenstein OPC ’95 Stuart B. Kurtz Andrew J. Kramer OPC ’81 P. Timothy Phelps OPC ’86 Joshua W. Goldblum OPC ’95 Barbara N. Lyons Dean E. Weisgold OPC ’81 Andrew M. Rosenberg OPC ’86 Megan E. Kafer OPC ’95 Thomas J. McDugall Antonio A. Bentivoglio OPC ’82 Howard S. Zipin OPC ’86 Andrew Rentschler OPC ’95 Philip A. McMunigal Micheal A. Brown OPC ’82 Leon D. Caldwell OPC ’87 Stephanie T. Walters OPC ’95 Bennett S. Meyer Louis D. Davis OPC ’82 David Felderman OPC ’87 Pierce W. Austin OPC ’96 Martin Mullaney Laurence S. Hirshland OPC ’82 James J. Fitzgerald OPC ’87 Christopher Carroll OPC ’96 Levon N. Nazarian David J. Kurtz OPC ’82 Robert W. Frieman OPC ’87 Alyson M. Goodner OPC ’96 Alan and Carol Prushan Andrew L. Miller OPC ’82 David B. Gleit OPC ’87 Michael Sala OPC ’96 Joseph J. Ragg Robert L. Rosania OPC ’82 David E. Jokelson OPC ’87 Tori Small OPC ’96 Jeffrey Reinhold and Kathleen Lister Frank Salley OPC ’82 Adam M. Koppel OPC ’87 Jeannine E. Wiley OPC ’96 Wendy H. Rosen George Schaefer OPC ’82 William D. Luterman OPC ’87 Jill M. Bean OPC ’97 Toby Shawe James L. Walker OPC ’82 Orville R. Walls OPC ’87 Stephen D. Bruno OPC ’97 Arunan Sivalingam Peter F. Cooke OPC ’83 Scott A. Wolfson OPC ’87 Justin F. Carey OPC ’97 Kathryn Steinbugler J. Brandt Joel OPC ’83 Patrick H. Keane OPC ’88 Aaron Z. Cohen OPC ’97 Thomas R.Yorko
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 F r a m e w o r k s F o r t h e F u t u r e Gifts to Frameworks for the Future The following donors have made gifts and/or pledge commitments to the capital campaign for the period July 1, 2000, through June 30, 2007. NEW SENTENCE TO COME. Our one remaining objective is to raise the necessary gifts to build our Performing Arts Center. To make your gift, please contact the Development Office at 215-844-3460 or a campaign volunteer. $50,000 and above Mignon E. F. Davis * William M. OPC ’59 and Jeanne Davison The Estate of Raymond H. Gage OPC ’15 W. Roderick and Pamela B. Gagne John A. OPC ’64 and Cynthia H. Affleck John K. OPC ’43 and Terry Desmond John P. OPC ’54 and Kathleen Green Paul W. Allen OPC ’33 * Bruce K. OPC ’72 and Christina H. Entwisle W. Barnes OPC ’72 and Cammie R. Hauptfuhrer Richard A. OPC ’69 and Claudia F. Balderston Jacques P. OPC ’63 and Fredericka Fiechter Paul H. OPC ’77 and Linda R. Hough Richard P. OPC ’38 and Virginia Brown Jeanne D. Fisher Charles Kurz OPC ’63 William B. OPC ’43 and Elizabeth Chamberlin Thomas T. OPC ’44 and Phyllys C. B. Fleming Seth and Ellyn Lehr Robert R. OPC ’56 and Louise R. Cryer Mark R. and Heather Garrison Marc R. OPC ’86 and Caroline E. Lisker Crystal Trust Ralph L. OPC ’44 and Elfrida B. Goetzenberger William A. Loeb OPC ’52 J. David Donahower OPC ’47 Stephen P. and Sharon M. Harrington Stephen R. OPC ’75 and Cynthia Mazda Charles A. Ernst Jr. OPC ’31 Jeffrey K. and Amy G. Harrow Martin and Dana Mullaney J. Marshall Evans OPC ’36 George J. OPC ’44 and Barbara B. Hauptfuhrer Carolyn J. Quill Walter C. and Jane F. Evans Hon. 1689 Robert P. OPC ’49 and Barbara D. Hauptfuhrer John D. and Theresa Rollins Richard B. OPC ’53 * and Jeanne D. Fisher David H. Jr. and Anne Hilton Priscilla R. Roslyn William A. OPC ’58 and Frances Graham Houghton-Carpenter Foundation Rotko Family Foundation Albert M. III OPC ’74 and Wendy Greenfield Steven F. OPC ’74 and Corinne Koltes James R. and Amy Schaeffer Roger S. OPC ’45 and Dolores E. Hillas Robert K. OPC ’74 and Carol Kurz Snave Foundation Thomas R. and Paula W. Kline * Jeffrey M. OPC ’80 and Therese M. Lotman J. C. Spink OPC ’90 David J. OPC ’82 and Jennifer A. Kurtz Frank P. OPC ’41 and Betty Louchheim Allen F. OPC ’66 and Meemie Steere Robert P. OPC ’48 and Rochelle F. Levy Nelson J. Luria OPC ’59 James S. OPC ’75 and Jill W. Still Richard H. OPC ’40 and Carolyn J. MacNeal John E. and Beryl B. Lyons P. John and Lucy Strackhouse Duncan M. OPC ’61 and Ellen McFarland, Richard J. Sr. and Barbara N. Lyons Joseph B. OPC ’52 and Carol M.Van Sciver William The Bromley Charitable Trust Peter K. OPC ’79 and Karen Miller Laura E. Weiss 48 Penn Charter SChool Francis J. Jr. and Edna May McGarvey John L. and Susan E. McInerney Wallace T. and Betty L. Miller Grace R. Wheeler Robert L. OPC ’75 and Susan K. Nydick Stuart L. and Ellen Wolf Report Gifts of Francis B. OPC ’12 * and Mary Emma Milligan Penn Charter Community 2006–2007 Levon N. and Claudia J. Nazarian Jeffrey P. Orleans OPC ’64 Jorge A. Roig III $5,000 to $49,999 The Samuel and Rebecca Kardon Foundation Penn Charter Alumni Society Samy B. and Toby Badawy James H. OPC ’70 and Patricia A. Shacklett Agustin J. OPC ’41 and Charlotte F. Pocock Jeffrey F. and Anita B. Beck W. Scott OPC ’78 and Jocelyn P. Simon Jeffrey A. and Kathleen A. Reinhold Peter W. OPC ’81 and Jessica D. Benoliel Brian L. and Aileen K. Roberts Isidor P. II * and Ann S. Strittmatter * Wade H. and Christine H. Berrettini F. Stone Roberts OPC ’62 John E. OPC ’68 and Andree D. Welsh Stuart M. OPC ’81 and Paula Brown Paul R. and Wendy H. Rosen William J. OPC ’70 and Denise C. Welsh Richard L. and Joan Cantor Craig J. OPC ’74 and Karen J. Sabatino F. John White OPC ’65 Joseph E. Colson * Lewis S. OPC ’44 and Elizabeth F. Somers George C. OPC ’52 and Elizabeth Corson Shanin OPC ’75 and Tracey Specter $50,000 to $99,999 Louis D. OPC ’82 and Jennifer Davis The Estate of Betty Barr Thomas N. Scott and Sandra R. Adzick Brian D. OPC ’86 and Caroline Ellerson Raymond W. OPC ’61 and Priscilla A.Vickers Earl J. Hon. 1689 and Pam R. Ball Hon. 1689 Thomas P. * and Margaret Emmons William M. Weaver OPC ’29 * Montgomery B. Barrett OPC ’31 * David OPC ’59 and Linda Evans Kurt A. and Betsey L. Wenger D. Jeffry OPC ’76 and Amy B. Benoliel William R. Evans OPC ’70 Herbert S. OPC ’61 and Deanne H. Winokur Michael A. and Debbie Bloom Joseph F. OPC ’49 * and Eileen Golden Stephen A. Bonnie OPC ’66 Glenn R. OPC ’79 and Lindsey M. Gormley $00,000 to $49,999 George A. OPC ’72 and Diana Y. Buffum Robert L. OPC ’55 and Elizabeth E. Gray Roger H. and Georgeann M. Ballou William B. OPC ’69 and Stephanie Carr Hugh B. OPC ’43 * and Martha Ann Hanson Robert S. and Diane Bass William S. OPC ’55 and Barbara V. Colehower George J. OPC ’70 and Sally Hauptfuhrer Peter A. OPC ’49 and Willo Benoliel Edward L. Corson OPC ’64 David A. OPC ’86 and Robin L. Healy Charles M. and Stephanie C. Cahn John G. OPC ’61 and Joan Crosby Carl H. OPC ’66 and Takako Hill Thomas and Anne M. Caramanico Michael E. OPC ’58 and Carol Cushmore J. Brandt OPC ’83 and Nikki E. Joel Frank S. OPC ’43 and Jane J. Craig Edward E. Ford Foundation Lewis H. OPC ’72 and Ellen H. Johnston * deceased
  • James A. OPC ’47 * and Elaine T. Bovaird John A. Jr. and Pamela C. Bown Stuart M. and Laura S. Bryan H. Donald and Sondra S. Busch William E. OPC ’59 and Bonnie W. Chapman Thomas L. OPC ’76 and Elizabeth T. Conrad The Conston Foundation Peter F. OPC ’56 and Jean M. Cooke Chalmers E. OPC ’56 and Sandra S. Cornelius Theodore S. OPC ’45 and Marjorie C. Coxe Michael G. and Meg Crofton Christopher J. and Nancy Q. Damm Louis D. OPC ’52 and Shirley Davis Edward C. OPC ’47 and Joan Driscoll Edward C. OPC ’70 and Susan Driscoll Andrew F. OPC ’98 and Katherine G. Evans Charles E. and Alison Evans Cooper OPC ’93 Howard M. and Phyllis Fischer Remy L. OPC ’62 and Wendy Fox Thomas G. and Alexandra V. A. Frazier John G. C. OPC ’48 and Elizabeth A. Fuller Thomas A. OPC ’54 * and Maryann M. Gaskin * Henry J. and Cynthia Gaskins William L. and Wendy Gaunt Stuart M. and Shannon N. George Earl W. OPC ’55 and Kathryn Glazier Mitchell S. and Jane J. Goldenberg William Andrew A. and Marji R. Goldman Donald L. OPC ’51 and Abigail D. Greene Penn Charter SChool 49 Mark S. OPC ’81 and Lisa Gubicza Report Gifts of Jeffrey T. OPC ’76 and Valerie A. Harbison John H. and Lisa D. Kabnick John F. OPC ’78 and Kristin Somers Nelson R. OPC ’51 and Marilyn Hartranft 2006–2007 Marina Kats David V. and Judy Wachs Jeffrey R. Havsy OPC ’87 Donald M. OPC ’57 and Alison Kerr Philip OPC ’73 and Juliet I. Wachs Kenneth and Jane F. Henley Thomas D. OPC ’85 and Pamela Kramer The Estate of Charles J. Webb II OPC ’38 Gregory P. OPC ’54 and Anita Hetter Stuart B. and Deborah G. Kurtz William B. OPC ’64 and Elizabeth B. Weihenmayer Emil H. OPC ’54 and Lynn Hubschman George H. OPC ’46 and Elisabeth Kurz Thomas R.Yorko F. John and Patricia Hunt William F. OPC ’62 and Leslie MacDonald R. Ford OPC ’59 and Patricia F. Hutchinson Harry D. and Mary Malitas $0,000 to $4,999 Peter C. OPC ’68 and Stephanie A. Johnson Ryan and Megan E. Kafer OPC ’95 Barry J. Markman OPC ’90 Mark S. OPC ’72 and Patrice G. Aitken Donald and Gay Kimelman Dan W. and Rebecca C. Matthias Robert C. and Minky McAdoo Jerry S. and Janice Apple Adam M. Koppel OPC ’87 and Brenda E. Haynes Thomas J. and Denise McDugall Bruce K. Balderston OPC ’72 Dorothy Kurz Geoffrey and Nancy M. McKernan Robert L. and Doris Balderston Guy Laren Michael and Catherine Ortale-Grimes Randolph C. OPC ’71 and Lorraine Barba Thomas H. OPC ’69 and Mary T. Lee Donald L. and Elise E. Perelman Louis P. Barker * James A. OPC ’54 and Jacqueline Lehman Reid S. OPC ’77 and M. Clara Perper Jeffrey D. Barr OPC ’64 Richard M. OPC ’55 and Sylvia Lehman Scott B. OPC ’74 and Anne Perper Bruce H. and Nancy F. Begin James E. and Patricia A. Linus David and Kay Pratt Thomas J. Jr. and Patricia D. Bender Philip E. OPC ’53 and Naomi Lippincott Joseph J. Jr. and Cathie Ragg Bernard E. OPC ’56 and Valerie V. Berlinger Richard OPC ’24 and Angela Lippincott Rennie S. OPC ’85 and Kathleen N. Rodriguez Livingston L. IV and Joan S. Biddle Herbert and Karen Lotman Robert L. OPC ’82 and Laurie A. Rosania David and Dorothy F. Binswanger Edward A. OPC ’43 and Priscilla MacNeal The Estate of J. Ten Broeck Runk OPC ’35 James J. and Tracey A. Bloom James R. and Suzanne R. MacRae Casiana O. Ryan Schmidt Willard S. OPC ’39 and Florence Boothby Fredric R. OPC ’66 and Sandra M. Mann
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 F r a m e w o r k s F o r t h e F u t u r e Gifts to Frameworks for the Future continued Robert J. OPC ’73 and Gloria K. Marquess Robert C. OPC ’76 and Deborah C. Aitken Todd B. and Rebecca L. Bequette Gerald M. and Julie Marshall H. Carl OPC ’57 and Laureen V. Albrecht Leonard and Barbara Berger Victor C. II and Elizabeth Mather Charles and Gwen C. Alexander Richard and Susan Berk Maxcor Financial Inc. Hunter B. OPC ’87 and Kayla Allen Fredrick B. and Bryna Berman Joyce G. McCray John S. OPC ’50 and Jean Alsentzer John J. OPC ’55 Bevan Alan R. OPC ’60 and Kathleen McFarland David M. OPC ’80 and Jennifer T. Amaro Steve and Jennifer Biehn Marc W. and Laura K. McKenna Ruben OPC ’83 and Virginia Amaro Michael OPC ’84 and Wendy Biront Philip A. III and Laura W. McMunigal Bruce M. OPC ’57 and Margaret O. Ambler Marvin and Annette Black Warrin C. OPC ’54 and Laurel S. Meyers J. Peirce OPC ’57 and Molly E. Anderson Brent and Lisa M. Blanchard Evan W. OPC ’54 and Nancy Michener Clifford S. OPC ’79 and Terry Andrews Norman F. OPC ’53 * and Mary Anne Blessing Henry S. Miller OPC ’30 * Peter and Beth E. Appelbaum Alan S. Block OPC ’83 David P. OPC ’64 and Carolyn S. Montgomery Mario Arena Jonathan A. OPC ’81 and Traci E. Block Steven J. OPC ’55 and Susan Munzer Thomas A. and Donna S. Armstrong Hanley P. and Reid S. Bodek David Nation and Suzan Willcox Jerome I. OPC ’35 * and Elizabeth J. Aron H. Dickson S. OPC ’38 and Anne W. Boenning Mark R. OPC ’83 and Megan Nicoletti Andrew S. Atkins OPC ’92 Jerrold C. and Nancy Bonn William H. OPC ’55 and Nancy Pope Robert E. and Patricia D. Austin Joseph G. and Robin K. Bonus Robert C. OPC ’30 * and Elizabeth W. Porter * Arthur U. OPC ’52 and Ann P. Ayres Kenneth G. OPC ’69 and Mary Borie Douglas H. and Rebecca Pyle Marylousie Babett Craig N. OPC ’75 and Meredith F. Bower Peter and Rose J. Randall Jonathan A. Bach OPC ’92 Robert P. OPC ’83 and Deborah Bowman Julius B. OPC ’56 and Beverly Rauch Harry M. and Barbara L. Baer Alfred F. OPC ’54 and Carol Bracher John T. Hon. 1689 and Nancy W. Rogers Richard L. OPC ’73 and Janis L. Baer Leonard A. OPC ’51 and Margaret Bracken Gerald C. OPC ’55 * and Judith Romig Brafford and Christine Bak Martha M. Brady David H. OPC ’55 and Rowena Rosenbaum Stanley J. and Helen S. Bak Fred E. and Minerva Braemer Bradley E. Roslyn OPC ’02 Robert D. and Patricia M. Baldridge Christopher D. OPC ’89 and Charlotte Brasler Kyle M. Roslyn OPC ’04 Christopher D. OPC ’89 and Stephanie W. Ball George W. and Jamie Braun Marshall D. Roslyn OPC ’98 George A. OPC ’38 * and Mary J. Ball John W. OPC ’66 and Marcia K. Braxton Scott P. Roslyn OPC ’99 Anthony J. Balsamo OPC ’95 Millard L. OPC ’46 and Martha H. Breiden William David I. and Suzanne B. Rowland 50 Penn Charter SChool The Estate of Charles Rupp OPC ’25 Kenneth J. OPC ’57 and Ruth C. Barber Charles M. Barclay OPC ’54 H. Payson OPC ’35 and Charlotte Brickley Anita Brock Report Gifts of Daniel F. III and Elizabeth F. Ryan Jeffry M. and Lynn E. Seiken Thomas and Christine Barnes George E. Brockman OPC ’83 Rudolph and Leah Baron Jon and Cathy Brodsky 2006–2007 Philip P. and Joanna Sharples Frederick H. OPC ’73 and Melanie W. Bartlett H. C. OPC ’56 and Judith R. Brooke Arunan Sivalingam Arthur R. Jr. and Terry H. Bartolozzi Marc D. and Andrea S. Brookman Jonathan H. OPC ’70 and Kathryn Sprogell Doris Bartuska Allan B. and Linda Brown Kathryn Steinbugler Howard J. OPC ’82 and Janice G. Bashman Charles H. and Marie Brown Samuel C. OPC ’82 and Judy Stokes Jeffrey OPC ’84 and Patti A. Bass H. Leonard OPC ’45 and Dolores Brown Owen B. OPC ’55 and Margaret W. Tabor G. Brewster Bassett OPC ’83 Michael A. OPC ’82 and Jody Brown James F. OPC ’56 Tetzlaff Franklin H. OPC ’55 and Sandra Bates Seamus Brown OPC ’95 Thomas M. Twitmyer OPC ’55 J. Barrington OPC ’73 and James D. Bates Wayne G. OPC ’51 and Elisabeth J. Brown William J. OPC ’50 and Anne C. Wall Robert H. OPC ’28 and Gail Bates Eric Brunner OPC ’75 Robert W. and Joan B. Walters William OPC ’39 and Elizabeth M. Bates Stephen D. Bruno OPC ’97 William Penn Foundation William V. Bault OPC ’55 Malcolm A. OPC ’54 and Susan G. Buckey Donald J. and Elizabeth L. Williams Donald O. OPC ’53 and Ruth J. Baumann James R. OPC ’60 and Barbara R. Buckley Walton R. OPC ’62 * and Janis P. Winder Robert B. OPC ’64 and Caroline Beale Thomas W. OPC ’57 and Bernadette Budd John S. OPC ’39 and Roberta P. Wurts Joseph T. and Louise B. Beardwood Jacob G. OPC ’61 and Elizabeth Bumm Brian M. and Caron P. Beere William P. and Linsey A. Burdick other Thomas A. and Elizabeth Bell Louis F. OPC ’62 and Marcy W. Burke Richard W. OPC ’51 and Sally K. Aberle Thomas G. and Patricia Bell John W. Burkhart OPC ’72 Charles D. Achenbach OPC ’55 Naveena D. and Robert H. Bembry W. M. and Kathy M. Burns Robert R. OPC ’53 and Thayer Adams Jessica M. Bender OPC ’92 Charles L. OPC ’63 and Penny R. Burrall Peter Adamson Claude H. OPC ’62 and Carol Bennett Jeannette E. Burtnett Gary C. Adler OPC ’82 Michael E. OPC ’85 and Dawn Bennett David S. OPC ’38 and Jean Bushnell Nooha P. and Daniel J. Ahmed-Lee Antonio A. OPC ’82 and Naomi Bentivoglio Robert S. Butchenhart OPC ’95 Ruth Aichenbaum Brendan J. OPC ’87 and Cynthia Benzing David J. OPC ’74 and Madeleine Butler * deceased
  • Paul S. and Roberta A. Butler H. G. Connell OPC ’61 Allen W. Donahower OPC ’50 Donald A. Bux OPC ’48 Douglas L. OPC ’88 and Patricia B. Connor Clifford W. OPC ’52 and Linnea Donahower William H. OPC ’53 and Marianne C. Bux Kelly Conroy Michael D. OPC ’82 and Elena A. Donahower B. James and Susan S. Cake Warren J. OPC ’83 and Andrea Constantine Francis J. OPC ’81 and Dawn Donnelly Leon D. OPC ’87 and Celika Caldwell Stuart F. OPC ’73 and Marcia E. K. Conston Joseph F. OPC ’83 and Wendy Donnelly Lucien B. and Robin L. Calhoun Alfred J. OPC ’55 and Marcia Cooke Matthew M. Donnelly OPC ’92 The Cameron Fund Merritt T. III and Grace Cooke Megan C. Donohue OPC ’96 Donald R. and Diana S. Campbell Wallace P. OPC ’50 and Deenie Cooney Alan T. Dorn OPC ’56 Gordon C. OPC ’48 and Judith A. Campbell Charles F. and Clara Cooper Antonio and Susana Dos Santos Charles S. and Catherine L. Cantlin OPC ’92 Craig and Julia D. Corelli Mara J. Dowdall OPC ’96 Louis J. OPC ’82 and Janet G. Carboni Joan B. Costello Hon. 1689 Joseph W. Dowling OPC ’87 Thomas and Carolyn T. Carluccio John R. OPC ’52 and Ellen Crompton Timothy A. OPC ’81 and Eileen Dowling Joseph W. Carnwath OPC ’62 David K. OPC ’63 and Charlene K. Crosby Timothy P. OPC ’81 and Robin Dronson Gene and Sandra L. Carpino Oliver S. OPC ’38 and Eleanor Crosby Ivan R. and Tracy G. Drufovka William B. Carr Jr. OPC ’69 and Stephanie Whitman OPC ’50 and Joy L. Cross Brian J. OPC ’85 and Mary Duffy Middleton Katherine Crozier G. Anthony OPC ’60 and Helene Duffy Christopher Carroll OPC ’96 Kim Cullen C. Kenneth OPC ’65 and Joanne Dunn Walter and Patricia Carty-Clark Tom and Carol Cullen Patrick Dwyer Michael Casey OPC ’96 Phillip R. * and Betty Custer Rachel OPC ’92 and Jonathan Dyer W. Michael OPC ’51 and Sharon D. Cassell John Daly OPC ’98 William L. OPC ’42 and Andrea Earle James R. OPC ’77 and Leah Castle Stewart and Kathleen R. Dalzell George and Sharon Eastburn Catholic Youth Organization Daroff Design Inc. Craig E. Eder OPC ’38 William H. OPC ’56 and Nancy Chaffee John B. OPC ’63 and Phyllis Darrah William D. OPC ’44 and Kathryn B. Edson J. Michael OPC ’79 and Hildy Chaple Richard L. OPC ’53 and Marlene V. Daugherty Robert S. OPC ’78 and Sharon D. Egan Leroy and Alice E. Chapman Crystal J. OPC ’99 Davenport-Harris Artie OPC ’62 and Elaine Egendorf Randolph C. OPC ’77 and Paula M. Charles Hal S. and Bonnie Davidow Dion R. and Rachelle L. Ehrlich Tamar Charry Steve and Ollie Davidson Jason S. OPC ’93 and Lauren Ehrlich William Eugene M. OPC ’52 and Elsie Cheston Evin E. Christman OPC ’00 Jeff and Anna V. Davis OPC ’92 J. Peter OPC ’74 and Susan S. Davis Louis C. OPC ’54 and Becky E. Einwick Ilana H. OPC ’95 and Thomas H. Eisenstein Penn Charter SChool 5 Thomas W. OPC ’66 and Joan Christy Richard M. OPC ’63 and Margaret K. Dearnley Lisa Ellis Report Gifts of Kenneth R. Clark OPC ’22 * T. Frank OPC ’45 and Helen C. Decker Frank F. OPC ’52 and Anna Embick Charles OPC ’55 and Barbara S. Clayton Theodore F. OPC ’78 and Susan Decker Robert C. OPC ’57 and Marie Emerson 2006–2007 Lawrence and Kathryn Cleaver Joseph P. and Barbara Delaney John P. and Susan B. English Eugene L. and Mary Cliett Vincent P. OPC ’81 and Joanne J. DellaValle John S. * and Marilyn Entwisle John G. and Elizabeth F. Cocco George E. OPC ’59 and Lynn Deming Peter R. Epprecht OPC ’68 Philip L. Cohan OPC ’57 George L. OPC ’52 and Jane Deming Carleton P. and Debra A. Erdman Jarret N. and Stephanie Cohane William and Jennifer Dennis Daniel and Susanna Evans Aaron Z. Cohen OPC ’97 George C. Denniston OPC ’51 J. Morris and Anne Evans Barry L. OPC ’86 and Sandra L. Cohen Harry H. Derderian OPC ’81 Matthew D. OPC ’86 and Dianna Factor Jeffrey A. Cohen OPC ’83 Bimal A. Desai OPC ’92 Jeffrey S. and Susan J. Falkoff H. Howard OPC ’56 and Linda Colehower John W. OPC ’59 and Joyce D. Dickey Anne M. Farnese Roger T. Colehower Robert IV and Cynthia Dickey Peter J. Farnese OPC ’99 William H. OPC ’81 and Susan A. Colehower Russell R. Dickhart OPC ’70 David M. OPC ’82 and Caroline Fass Carol B. Colen William W. OPC ’39 and Margaret R. Dickhart William M. Jr. and Carol J. Felton James B. OPC ’59 and Lurene M. Coles Bruce A. OPC ’77 and Geri Dillard Joseph P. OPC ’82 and Linda Fenlin Pauline Collins Brooke A. DiMarco OPC ’97 Rodger H. OPC ’84 and Catherine Fenlin Richard B. OPC ’44 and Anne Collins Anthony J. OPC ’61 and Dorothy DiMarino Maria-Victoria and Richard Fernando Matthew J. and Maxine L. Comisky Samuel OPC ’38 and Katherine Doak Thomas Ferrick OPC ’06 Harold T. OPC ’58 and Carolyn D. Commons Arthur P. and Barbara Dobias Thomas R. Field OPC ’70 Richard B. OPC ’84 and Lindsay M. Commons Christopher J. OPC ’92 and Mandy Doerr Gerald J. OPC ’70 and Deborah B. Finerghty William T. OPC ’55 and Sharon J. Commons Joseph F. OPC ’85 and Megan Doherty Max S. Fischer OPC ’91 Michael L. OPC ’82 and Wendy Concannon James R. and Katherine L. Domenick Edward B. OPC ’55 and Helen F. Fiske Dwight E. OPC ’53 and Marsha L. Conklin Keith and Peg Doms James J. OPC ’87 and Lesley Fitzgerald George W. OPC ’79 and Molly Connell Francis D. and Nancy Donaghy Hon. 1689 Lisa Fleming
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 F r a m e w o r k s F o r t h e F u t u r e Gifts to Frameworks for the Future continued Elizabeth A. Flemming Frederick R. OPC ’62 and Susan Glazier William J. OPC ’83 and Margaret M. Green Richard H. OPC ’50 * and Elsie S. Flood Joseph J. OPC ’85 and Sarah Gleason Michael and Eileen E. Greenberg Edward A. OPC ’81 and Debra Foley Barton L. OPC ’54 and Marianne P. Gledhill G. Davis OPC ’49 and Ann N. Greene John G. and Virginia L. Foos Joseph F. and Eileen Golden Douglas L. OPC ’77 and Elaine Greenfield Darryl J. Ford and Gail Sullivan Marc A. Golden OPC ’71 Dana A. Greenspon OPC ’99 Malcolm and Edith Ford Kate Goldenberg Thomas D. and Patricia C. Griffin Malcolm J. and Kathy Ford Stephen M. and Carol Goldman Thomas D. Jr. Griffin James Formisano Joel W. and Marlene F. Goldwein Frank Grimes Ronald P. and Sheryl S. Forster Michael A. OPC ’90 and Whitney K. Gomez Mark and Julie Grimes William T. OPC ’63 and Maryann Fox Alan C. OPC ’50 and Sally B. Good Mary Grimes-Anderson Mark Franek Charles J. OPC ’80 and Hyun Susan Goodman Marsha M. Grossman OPC ’02 Harvey H. Frank OPC ’45 Alyson M. Goodner OPC ’96 Henri J. and Kikuko I. Guiraud Glenn T. and Nancy Frantz David M. and Susan H. Goodner Donald P. OPC ’55 and Beryl Gutekunst B. Graeme OPC ’53 and Barbara Frazier Grace Goodrich Adam R. OPC ’76 and Susan Guttentag B. Graeme OPC ’80 and Elizabeth S. Frazier Anna Goodwin OPC ’95 R. John Hack OPC ’84 Matthew W. OPC ’55 and Patricia Freeman H. Terry OPC ’38 and Evelyn Goodwin Robert J. Hack OPC ’58 Samuel L. OPC ’54 and Carolyn Frieder Robert A. and Susan M. Gordon Stephen J. OPC ’72 and Irene Hadley Mark and Bonita Friedman Samuel D. and Susan G. Gordon Denise H. and Ronald Haigler Robert W. Frieman OPC ’87 and Monica R. Freely Seth W. Goren OPC ’90 L. E. OPC ’63 and Susan F. Haines Joseph J. and Saree M. Fugelo Albert E. OPC ’55 and Renne Gorman Peter B. OPC ’64 and Elizabeth A. Hamilton William D. OPC ’69 and Joan Fulton Barry E. OPC ’82 and Kimberly Gosin Richard P. OPC ’61 and Louise Hamilton Richard B. OPC ’54 and Jean Gaffin Elsie E. Goss-Caldwell William G. OPC ’54 and Nan Hamilton Patrick T. Gallagher OPC ’99 Frank R. Gould OPC ’46 Mark OPC ’67 and Helene B. Hankin William A. OPC ’91 and Aimee Gallagher W. Todd Goulding OPC ’92 E. John OPC ’64 and Ruth Hanna Thomas Jr. and Carol Gannon William J. Goulding Michael OPC ’81 and Elizabeth A. Hanzelik Charles S. OPC ’47 and Frances-Sue Ganoe John J. and Cecelia G. Grace Joseph H. OPC ’54 and Merle B. Happe Andrew A. and Theresa A. Gardner Richard P. Graff OPC ’53 Robert J. OPC ’40 and Elizabeth T. Harbison William Bryan and Gina Gramiak The Estate of Thomas B. Harbison OPC ’43 5 Penn Charter SChool Gregg W. and Cindy Garnick Randi S. Garnick Gilbert L. and Cornelia A. Granger Robert and Miriam Harden Report Gifts of Harry L. J. OPC ’55 and Elizabeth W. Garrett Randy W. and Irene E. Granger Craig B. OPC ’55 and Linda Harlan Gary M. OPC ’76 and Gertrud Garrettson Patrick J. Green OPC ’72 James R. OPC ’54 and Annette E. Harper 2006–2007 James C. OPC ’75 and Janine M. F. Garvey Andrei C. OPC ’76 and Ithza M. Gasic W. Seldon OPC ’61 and Marsha Gates Thomas A. and Alice K. Gennarelli Thomas A. OPC ’88 and Jennifer L. Gennarelli Mary Friia Genovese-Colvin Bruce E. and Miriam D. Genter Steven K. OPC ’83 and Sue Ellen Gerber Suzanne Gerber David L. OPC ’61 and Carol C. Geyer Richard L. OPC ’53 and Abby M. Geyer Stephen V. Gibbs OPC ’66 Alexander S. M. OPC ’77 and Beth Gibson David R. OPC ’72 and Lisa M. Gilkeson Richard J. OPC ’63 and Jeannine M. Gilkeson Bruce C. OPC ’68 and Jill B. Gill Matthew OPC ’98 Gillespie Marybeth Gilliam Michael and Julia Gilliam David OPC ’85 and Jennifer Giorno Elizabeth A. Glascott Hon. 1689 and Thomas G. Macy Benjamin M. OPC ’83 and Nita J. Glassman * deceased
  • Avery R. OPC ’48 and Carolyn Harrington Cheryl and James A. Irving Peter and Jackie Kosta George B. Harris Robert R. OPC ’45 and Patricia Irving Robert M. and Debra B. Kotloff Robert W. OPC ’56 and Janet L. Harris Glenn C. and Jane Isaacson Allen L. and Judith P. Kramer Harry Miller Corp. Craig L. and Lori A. Israelite Martin N. OPC ’63 and Pamela Krasney Kirk D. OPC ’73 and Ellen Hartman Howard W. and Jane B. Jacobs Kenneth S. OPC ’59 and Gail Krieger Frank C. OPC ’43 and Ann Hartzell Hannah K. Jacoby-Rupp Paul R. OPC ’63 and Janice Kroekel Madeline Harvey Robert E. Jaffe OPC ’92 Stephen J. OPC ’79 and Elizabeth Kron David R. OPC ’83 and Jill R. Hassman David M. OPC ’86 and Jodi Jaspan C. Scott OPC ’67 and Danielle V. Kulicke James B. Jr. and Mallary Hatch Scott P. OPC ’87 and Marisa B. Javage Carl N. OPC ’54 and Carol Kunz David A. OPC ’96 and Jessica Hayne G. Eric and Kathleen L. Johansen Esther and David L. Kurtz Mark D. Hecker OPC ’99 David S. OPC ’74 and Tina W. Jonas Kurz Foundation David A. Heckman OPC ’70 Christian A. Jones OPC ’86 Daniel K. Lai OPC ’82 B. D. OPC ’53 and Carol Heckmann Dayton L. OPC ’70 and Debra K. Jones Joseph O. Larkin OPC ’99 Gerald A. OPC ’57 and Carolyn A. Hedges Evan L. OPC ’82 and Sumathi R. Jones Martin R. and Susan Lautman Jeffrey A. OPC ’55 and Gretchen A. Heebner Donald A. Jordan OPC ’55 Regina L. Lavelle James J. Heffernen OPC ’83 Stephanie D. and Cleveland D. Judson Rachel Lawton Steven A. OPC ’84 and Leslie K. Heffernen George L. OPC ’82 and Devoney Justice Fredric I. and Susan D. Lazarus Richard OPC ’44 and Linda Hegel Balloch F. and J. B. Kaesshaefer Judith G. and Andrew Leach Barrett W. B. and James W. Hein Randall D. and Jenny S. Kamien Abelardo and Lynne Lechter Jeffrey L. and Annette M. Heinsheimer Kenneth K. Kamp OPC ’52 David W. OPC ’73 and Y. Ping S. Leebron R. Keith OPC ’71 and Lauren D. Helmetag Allan S. OPC ’83 and Michele Kane Robert J. OPC ’72 and Elisabeth LeFort Kirsten M. Henri OPC ’93 Paul J. Kane OPC ’91 Bernard and Felicia Lemonick George C. OPC ’51 and Helen D. Henrich Theodore H. and Wendy N. Kapnek James E. OPC ’76 and Leslie M. Lemonick L. Leroy OPC ’45 and Peggy Hepburn Donald R. OPC ’51 and Dorothy Kardon Thomas S. OPC ’91 and Kathleen C. Lendvay Carla Hetzel OPC ’96 Richard A. and Debra Karpf Martin S. and Fern G. Lerner Ross R. OPC ’58 and Marlina Hibbert Streeper and Thelma Karr Joseph J. Jr. and Linda P. Leube Roger S. OPC ’71 and Lisa Hillas Samuel P. and Connie A. Katz Joseph M. and Diane Levandoski William Colson H. OPC ’52 and Pat Hillier Laurence S. OPC ’82 and Tina Hirshland Everett L. Katzen OPC ’92 Craig S. Kaufman OPC ’96 Craig and Rachael Levin Melissa J. Levin OPC ’93 Penn Charter SChool 53 Michael J. OPC ’84 and Adria B. Hirshland Franz H. Kaufmann OPC ’63 Peter S. Levin OPC ’91 Report Gifts of Harry R. OPC ’85 and Besty Hirshorn Patrick H. OPC ’88 and Anne Keane Rachel B. Levin Marjorie E. and Douglas G. Hirshorn Laurence G. OPC ’81 and Lisa N. Kelley Donald M. and Victoria Levinson 2006–2007 Ralph S. OPC ’56 and Natalie C. Hirshorn Matthew C. Kelley OPC ’98 Steven M. and Pamela B. Levinson H. Richard OPC ’83 and Laura S. Holgate Timothy P. Kelly OPC ’83 Paul R. and Leslie Lewis Margine M. and Frank D. Holland Frederick F. and Natalie K. Kempner Victor and Jacquiline Lewis Mitchell L. and Cristy Hollin Kenneth L. OPC ’59 and Susan S. Kershbaum Bill and Linda Liberi Christopher K. OPC ’77 and Helena Holmes Aaron S. OPC ’92 and Jennifer Kesselheim Brian J. OPC ’82 and Loretta Lifsted Richard W. OPC ’66 and Gail Holmes Joseph D. and Sharon Kestenbaum George W. OPC ’58 and Elaine Linn Roger A. OPC ’50 and Kathi K. Hood Jennifer and Robert Ketler Andrew and Judith Lins Alfred W. OPC ’43 * and Ruth C. Hopkin Richard A. OPC ’54 and Marjorie Killian Brantley OPC ’70 and Susan Lippincott Robert and Gayle Horn Matthew M. OPC ’85 and Diane P. Killinger Deborah Lippincott Kate C. Houstoun OPC ’97 Young Jin Kim OPC ’01 Joseph F. Lipski OPC ’81 Helen C. Hoyer John F. OPC ’83 and Jennifer King Douglas S. OPC ’63 and Kathryn W. Little Brian B. and Laura A. Huber William H. Kingsley OPC ’51 Arthur P. OPC ’55 and Laura R. Loeb Erin P. and Mark Hughes Bruce M. OPC ’66 and Martha Kirchner Thomas P. OPC ’66 and Winifred S. Lom Jeffrey Humble Kumar and Cynthia R. Kishinchand Nancy M. Long William A. Humenuk OPC ’93 William L. Kissick OPC ’76 Tamara Long Charles B. Humes OPC ’55 Barbara F. Klein J. Gregory OPC ’66 and Edith S. Luckman J. Freedley OPC ’61 and Kathleen H. Hunsicker Lawrence S. OPC ’72 and Carrie Klein Donald S. OPC ’53 and Donna B. Luria Darren OPC ’83 and Susanna Hunter Charles H. OPC ’71 and Sharman J. Kleinhenn William D. OPC ’87 and Marla Luterman Laurence B. OPC ’45 and Nancy S. Huston Anne S. Klenk William E. OPC ’53 and Janet Lutz John L. Iademarco OPC ’83 Richard J. OPC ’54 and Patricia Kohler Frank and Rebecca Luzi Rajiv A. Idiculla OPC ’91 Jeffery M. and Margaret Kolansky Timothy M. and Jill D. Lynch John D. and Wendy B. Ingersoll Jonathan M. OPC ’85 and Deborah A. Korn George R. OPC ’53 and Anne S. Lyons
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 F r a m e w o r k s F o r t h e F u t u r e Gifts to Frameworks for the Future continued Hamid and Denise Mabsoute Eugene McMahon Karl S. OPC ’81 and Mary B. Murray Thomas B. Jr. and Gail MacCabe Joseph McMahon Kenneth C. OPC ’89 and Alexis Murray Allison R. MacCullough OPC ’97 Bruce W. OPC ’52 and Christine McMullan Joseph and Susan Murtagh Bruce and Noreen MacCullough James and Annette R. McNally Timothy T. OPC ’77 and Elizabeth G. Myers Walter G. MacFarland OPC ’41 Kevin McNally Walter R. and Joanna S. Myers Wayne OPC ’83 and Kimberley S. MacFarland Barbara N. and John McNichol David B. and Esther J. Nash Kathleen J. MacKnight Richard J. OPC ’52 * and Mary L. McPhillips Jay M. Neale OPC ’51 John L. OPC ’55 and Louise R. MacWilliams George E. OPC ’62 and Alice Meagher Daniel L. Neducsin OPC ’87 Christopher J. OPC ’84 and Ellen Maguire William N. Mebane OPC ’76 Daniel R. and Luana Neducsin Timothy J. Maguire OPC ’85 William N. III and Marianne Mebane James C. OPC ’82 and Diane K. Neely Dennis M. Mahoney Richard F. and Susanne H. Meischeid Barry and Elaine M. Neff Robert C. Maiocco OPC ’70 Scott and Rosemary M. Melnick Charles J. Nicholas OPC ’52 Giovanna Makarechi Howard G. and Denise W. Mendel Benjamin A. and Christina A. Niernberg George J. OPC ’88 and Erin O. Maley Norma W. Mercer Mark and Kathlene Nissenbaum Fotios and Alexandra Malitas Louis F. Metzger OPC ’57 John F. and Eva Kay Noone Joseph J. OPC ’92 and Dana Malizia Bennett S. and Wendi A. Meyer Christopher C. North James R. OPC ’77 and Anne P. Malone Stephen F. and Sarilynne S. Meyer North East Chemical Association Royden M. and Carey Maloumian Evan W. Michener OPC ’83 Robert L. Sr. and Christine P. Nydick Robert C. OPC ’83 and Christine Mancini Graham E. OPC ’89 and Jane E. Michener T. Edward OPC ’71 and Suzanne O’Neil David M. OPC ’92 and Alison Mandell John S. Michener OPC ’89 James L. and Elisabeth Oakes John C. Mandler OPC ’81 C. Richard Michie OPC ’56 Richard M. Oliveri Nancy Manos Robert S. OPC ’77 and Vicki C. Miles Victor S. OPC ’93 and Orit Olshansky George E. OPC ’91 and Amy Mark Andrew L. OPC ’82 and Robin Miller John T. Ort OPC ’66 Edwin H. III and Margie C. Marks Howard B. OPC ’58 and Barbara Miller Joseph S. OPC ’66 and Linda Ort Donald B. OPC ’45 * and Anne H. Martin Kenneth and Carol Miller Gil Ortale James V. OPC ’57 and Rosalie Masella Wallace T. and Betty L. Miller Julie and Jessica Ortale William Peter A. OPC ’54 and Karen Massaniso Matthew T. OPC ’86 * and Rebecca T. Miller Peter and Doris Osborne 54 Penn Charter SChool David L. Mather OPC ’89 William OPC ’53 and Dorothy A. Matthews John A. Millington OPC ’44 John D. OPC ’56 and Wynne Milner Edward R. OPC ’70 and Jean D. B. Over David W. OPC ’68 and Claire B. Oxtoby Report Gifts of Robert R. OPC ’59 and Martine Matzke The Estate of Wesley Minnis Gregory D. OPC ’88 and A-Thi Palkon Russell C. OPC ’61 and Barbara Mauch Charles L. Mitchell OPC ’70 Stephen T. OPC ’53 and Nancy Palmer 2006–2007 F. Howard Maull OPC ’61 Joshua J. Mitteldorf Mary E. and Edward R. Palumbo Brian and Melissa McAnulla Dara W. Mohsenian OPC ’92 Michael A. and Alexis Paolini Eleanor M. McCoy Thomas F. OPC ’83 and Colleen V. Monaghan Vasil J. Jr. and Virginia C. Pappas Douglas M. and Elizabeth C. McCracken Michael H. OPC ’81 and Marcy M. Monheit Carol K. and John N. Park Dennis P. and Janice N. McCrossen Dewitt H. OPC ’70 and Catherine Montgomery W. Richard OPC ’44 * and Mary S. Park Michael B. P. McCrossen OPC ’98 Brendan Moore OPC ’97 Christopher W. OPC ’50 and Janie Parker Shane McDevitt OPC ’96 Gregory B. and Susan T. Moore Michael A. OPC ’82 and Katherine Pascali Peter J. McDonough OPC ’92 James J. III and Patricia G. Moore Thomas K. and Marcia R. Pasch Peter J. and Pamela McDonough David E. OPC ’92 and Courtney Moran Christopher and Margaret Pastore Douglas W. OPC ’59 and Diane McFarland Drew A. OPC ’93 and Nicole S. Morris Patricia Patrizi Edward J. OPC ’77 and Janice McGinn Irving N. and Doris R. Morris Mitchell Paul Daniel F. OPC ’91 and Elizabeth A. McGonagle Keith T. OPC ’88 and Sue Ellen Morris Levan A. and Karyn Payton Ryan M. McGorman OPC ’99 James E. OPC ’60 and Penny G. Morrison Louis S. and Mal Pearlstein Joseph J. and Fern L. McGovern Timothy W. OPC ’87 and Kathleen M. Morrison David C. Jr. and Margery S. Peet Jeffrey P. OPC ’88 and Kim McGuckin William and Judith Morrow Francis J. Peffley OPC ’82 William J. OPC ’52 and Carolyn A. McGuckin Mark T. Morze OPC ’92 Louis G. Peirce OPC ’69 John B. and Joan McIlvaine Hon. 1689 Richard E. and Bonnie S. Moses William H. OPC ’43 and Jamesina B. Peirce John S. McKenzie OPC ’57 Judith R. and Edward R. Moss Steven K. Peltier OPC ’87 Kevin A. OPC ’62 and Peggy McKinney Michael and Toni Moulton Richard Pepino Scott T. McKinsey OPC ’86 Michael J. and Lauri B. Mufson Joseph S. and Carol Perrott Gregory E. McLaren Anthony C. Muller OPC ’62 Joshua S. OPC ’85 and Nuriye Petersohn George H. OPC ’54 and Charlotte H. McLaughlin John J. and Kimberly S. Murphy Michael B. Petosa OPC ’62 Robert J. and Jeannine McLernan Kenneth A. Murphy OPC ’82 Michaela K. and Anthony J. Petrone * deceased
  • John M. OPC ’56 and Joan Phelan Stephen W. Rinaldi OPC ’90 Samuel L. OPC ’91 and Leslie Scheid P. Timothy OPC ’86 and Melinda S. Phelps Barton B. Rinehart OPC ’55 Robin R. OPC ’54 * and Carol A. Schlunk Phillies Charities Christopher D. OPC ’82 and Amy P. Roak Henry C. OPC ’59 and Marie R. Schneider James D. Phillips OPC ’90 Richard B. OPC ’56 and Alee A. Robbins Martin B. OPC ’56 and Jeanne Schneider Robert A. OPC ’71 and Linda J. Picardo Charles M. Roberts OPC ’84 Sevill OPC ’43 and Virginia C. Schofield David B. and Grace A. Picker Edgar J. OPC ’56 and Carol Roberts Gerald and Annette Schultz Christina Pietrak Parveen B. and Huw W. Roberts Kerry S. and Jill E. Schuman Richard C. OPC ’66 and Evelyn Pitman George T. OPC ’71 and Sally Robinette David and Lynn M. Schwartz Thomas R. OPC ’99 and Maureen Pomrink Benjamin E. OPC ’82 and Cecilia Robinson Stacey L. and Barbara J. Schwartz Sidney and Sandra B. Portnoy Tom and Lori Rocks Leonard C. OPC ’61 and Jeanne J. Schwarz Robert A. and Verna Prentice Christopher A. Rodgers OPC ’97 Michael S. and Carole L. E. Seider Robert D. Prewitt OPC ’59 John C. OPC ’77 and Elizabeth Rodgers Jonathan H. OPC ’76 and Elizabeth Seltzer Joseph W. Price OPC ’61 Henry S. Rogers OPC ’59 Jin S. and Grace Seo Robert OPC ’46 and Jennifer Price Brian and Margaret Rogers Sharon A. Sexton and Thomas Ferrick Jr. Trevor B. OPC ’87 and Megan Price Anthony J. OPC ’77 and Sarah Romagnole Ronald J. and Deborah Shaffer Ronald O. OPC ’62 and Gail Prickitt Joseph E. Jr. Ronan Andrew J. OPC ’84 and Jane E. Shaifer Carl S. and Christina L. Primavera Jean Rosania Carl H. III and Kathy G. Shaifer George N. OPC ’39 and Catherine D. Prince Bruce W. OPC ’50 and Iru H. Rose Peter D. OPC ’82 and Amy H. Shaifer P.M. and Mary E. Procacci Joel S. and Joan Rosen Edward O. Shakespeare Ivy J. Prout Ronald I. and Lynne S. Rosen Scott and Susan Shapiro Alan M. and Carol M. Prushan Andrew M. Rosenberg OPC ’86 Sarah L. Sharp James K. Pryor OPC ’57 Mitchell C. and Martha A. Rosenberg John C. Shepard OPC ’82 C. Robert and Debbie Quint Harry T. OPC ’61 and Jeanne Rosenheim Nathaniel E. OPC ’78 and Lisa M. Sher Thomas and Debra A. Quirk Norman L. and Caryl Rosenthal Brent Sherwood OPC ’76 David J. and Faith Rachofsky Alan M. Rosenwinkel OPC ’96 Geoffrey H. OPC ’75 and Kim Shields Phillip S. OPC ’88 and Yolanda Ragland William H. III and Margaret Ross David W. Shoemaker OPC ’37 * Raymond Jr. and Legora E. R. Ragland Christopher R. OPC ’56 and Jane D. Rosser Hall and Eileen A. Shultz William Steven A. OPC ’83 and Ginger Ragland Thomas A. OPC ’59 and Margaret Ralph Mark D. OPC ’83 and Doghee S. Rosser Victoria D. Rosskam Edward Sickles Andreas and Anna Marie Siegmann Penn Charter SChool 55 John E. Ranieri OPC ’91 Ronald E. Rossman OPC ’57 Frank and Catherine B. Signorello Report Gifts of R. Christopher OPC ’82 and Julia Raphaely William A. Roth OPC ’89 Chad H. OPC ’92 and Kelly Simon Russell C. and Marianne Raphaely Karen J. Rothschild Mitchell L. OPC ’89 and Marisa Simon 2006–2007 Aaron and Cathy C. Rappeport Michael G. OPC ’77 and Patricia C. Roughton John E. and Jackie Singmaster Eric D. Rassman OPC ’96 Reginald L. Royster OPC ’81 John E. OPC ’57 and Courtney L. Sjostrom Robert C. OPC ’82 * and Dolly Rech David B. OPC ’83 and Michelle A. Rubenstein Sean M. OPC ’86 and Bernice Skelton Richard A. OPC ’61 and Carol A. Redeker Michael J. OPC ’92 and Sarah Rudolph William S. and Loreen Skinner Robert N. OPC ’70 and Jean W. Reeves Generoso C. OPC ’88 and Mary M. Rullo William and Serena Skwersky Abraham C. and Sherri E. Reich Edward J. Russell OPC ’82 Frederick W. Slack OPC ’66 Gregg and Shannon M. Reich OPC ’92 David A. and Denise P. Ryan Robert J. Slane OPC ’91 Spencer E. Reich OPC ’99 Thomas A. Sablosky OPC ’77 Raymond F. OPC ’79 and Gwen A. Slider John H. Remer Thomas M. OPC ’69 and Jane E. Sadtler Morton A. and Hope R. Slifkin Andrew Rentschler OPC ’95 Zachary W. Salkin OPC ’92 David and Charleen Slobodinsky Anthony R. OPC ’81 and Mary G. Resch Richard and Susan Salkowitz Paul J. Slowik OPC ’82 William H. and Barbara B. Resch Frank Salley OPC ’82 Greg and Tori Small OPC ’96 Robert B. OPC ’73 and Susan Resch Jesse L. OPC ’56 and Martha C. Salwen Calvin H. Smedley OPC ’61 William H. OPC ’71 and Elizabeth A. Resch Louis E. and Fania L. Samuels Andrew K. Smith OPC ’82 Rafael and Susana Revol Harry F. OPC ’75 and Sophie Sankey David E. OPC ’52 and Lillian I. Smith John D. OPC ’62 and Vivienne F. Rich Merle Santerian David R. and Diane C. Smith Helen Richman Patrick A. Sasse OPC ’98 Donald A. and Maria T. Smith Frank C. and Karen S. Riedlmeier J. Todd and Rosemarie Savarese Drew C. OPC ’55 and Judith Smith Charles C. OPC ’51 and Kathryn K. Rieger Lindley C. OPC ’62 and Christine Scarlett Hugo D. OPC ’75 and Susan G. Smith Harry G. OPC ’50 and Diana Rieger Robert G. OPC ’57 and Patricia Schad James R. OPC ’64 and Sylvia Smith Clark K. OPC ’53 and Jane F. Riley George H. Schaefer OPC ’82 John D. OPC ’83 and Regina M. Smith Anthony W. OPC ’86 and Laura Rinaldi Michael Schaffer OPC ’71 Kathryn Smith
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 F r a m e w o r k s F o r t h e F u t u r e Gifts to Frameworks for the Future continued Kirby J. and D. J. Smith Lowell S. OPC ’49 and Judith E. Thomas John L. Welborn OPC ’52 Marvin A. Smith Andrew S. OPC ’96 and Jessica Thompson John L. OPC ’53 and Jacquelyn C. Wells Richard R. Smith Jere G. and Mary Ann Thompson Polly Welsh Rush B. OPC ’59 and Patricia Smith Robert P. OPC ’38 and Mimi R. Thompson Richard N. OPC ’55 and Lois Westcott Albert J. Jr. and Julia Snite William B. and Louise Thompson Ann and Loren E. Western Jessica A. Snow OPC ’98 John OPC ’50 and Carol Tiers Sean M. OPC ’83 and Heidi L. Weston William and Deborah Snow Glenn W. OPC ’80 and Maria Tilley Denis J. Whelan OPC ’03 Roger J. OPC ’61 and Gail M. Soens Jeffry H. OPC ’61 and Joy F. Tindall Richard and Virginia M. Whelan Donald M. OPC ’70 and Alison F. Soloff Perry and Joan S. Tishgart R. Todd OPC ’91 and Ashley K. White Eleanor Speranza Craig and Dana Toedtman Glenn J. R. OPC ’70 and Anna R. Whitman Michael and Denise M. Speranza Justyn G. Tokarczyk OPC ’89 Isaac R. Whitman OPC ’00 Daniel S. Spink OPC ’96 Alan H. and Joyce F. Torchon Frank J. OPC ’55 and Alice C. Wiechec Marsh B. and Helyn H. Spink Joseph S. OPC ’53 and Barbara Torg Louis Wiederhold OPC ’41 Peter Jr. and Mary J. Spizzirri Robert D. OPC ’38 * and Amy C. Torrey Louis OPC ’50 and Donna L. Wiegand Andrew M. Star Curtis O. and Pamela Townsend Eric M. OPC ’83 and Margaret C. Wilcots Cynthia Star Thomas and Patricia A. Tramontina Jeannine E. Wiley OPC ’96 Richard J. OPC ’85 and Sandra Starynski Irwin L. and Georgette S. Trauss Caesar D. OPC ’80 and Katrina Williams Marc P. OPC ’93 and Laura B. Steel James D. and Kathleen F. Troyer Craig D. OPC ’75 and Yvette J. Williams Avrom and Carol Steinbrook Hon. 1689 Apostolos P. Tsourous David O. OPC ’61 and Carolyn A. Williams Michael OPC ’89 and Anne Steinbrook Charles L. Tucker OPC ’62 Scott G. OPC ’72 and Elaine T. Williams Stephen OPC ’90 and Kate Steinbrook Robert Y. OPC ’52 and Elise T. Twitmyer Williamson Hospitality Services, Inc. Yannis S. Stephano OPC ’54 Douglas D. Hon. 1689 and Lisa Uhlmann John M. OPC ’66 and Kobkit J. Wilson Peter S. Stern OPC ’57 Joseph and Donna Vahey Herbert S. and Marjorie L. Winokur James and Maya C. Stewart OPC ’97 Joseph B. OPC ’96 and Katherine Van Sciver Arthur J. Wise OPC ’55 Marcia K. and John C. Stone Julie M.Van Sciver OPC ’92 Fred F. OPC ’51 and Gennie E. Woerner Wayne R. Esq. and Carol T. Strasbaugh Edward W. OPC ’53 and Carmela A.Veit Andrew D. and Kristy-Ann E. Wolfington Rudolph W. OPC ’61 and Candace Struse Nicholas OPC ’91 and Vicki von der Wense William J. E. and Marcie Wolfington 56 Penn Charter SChool Frederick W. Stucky OPC ’55 Peter A. OPC ’61 and Elizabeth Sturrock Andrew E.Vye OPC ’83 Henry R. OPC ’56 and Jenelle C. Waddington Gregory P. OPC ’85 and Emily Wolfson Paul E. OPC ’89 and Jennifer Wolfson Report Gifts of Elizabeth S. Stutzman F. Bruce OPC ’52 and Janet A. Waechter Thomas OPC ’79 and Alexandria L. Wollman David Sullivan OPC ’04 Walter H. OPC ’48 and Lorraine C. Waechter 2006–2007 Philip A. and Margot Sullivan John H. OPC ’52 and Carol Wagner C. Thomas and Ellen J. Wood H. Curtis OPC ’50 and Constance D. Wood Sahar Suluki James L. OPC ’82 and Patricia Walker Michael N. OPC ’52 and Mary Wood Gregory E. Summers OPC ’89 Nicholas G. OPC ’61 and Judith Walker William H. OPC ’56 and Marian S. Surgner Adam T. OPC ’82 and Linda Wall Peter D. Wood OPC ’61 Jean O. Swihart Robert L. Wall OPC ’79 George E. and Christina E. Woody Susan H. Talley * Timothy M. Wall OPC ’83 Arthur P. Woolley OPC ’51 Andrew C. Tan OPC ’01 William J. OPC ’77 and Cynthia Wall Edward A. OPC ’47 and Nancy Jane K. Woolley Neil B. OPC ’89 and Lee V. Tanner Frank D. and Jean H. Wallace Charles R. and Patricia Wright William N. OPC ’57 and Anne Tanner Kathleen L. Wallace Robert M. Jr. and Martha L. Wurtz Timothy J. Tarpey OPC ’88 Orville R. OPC ’87 and Tonya M. Walls James M. OPC ’61 and Renee Wynn Davood and Fariba Tashayyod Samuel G. and Julie K. Walters OPC ’92 Joseph L. OPC ’89 and Gyong Soon Wyszynski John Tasnan Philip H. OPC ’38 and Margaretta Ward Leo J. OPC ’91 and Ivy A. Wyszynski J. Malcolm OPC ’61 and Beth L. Taws Scott F. OPC ’87 and Deborah Waterman Edward J.Yaeger OPC ’93 Barbara Taylor Thomas D. Watkins OPC ’59 Frederick J. OPC ’52 and Joan Yannessa John and Evelyn F. Taylor Richard D. OPC ’55 and Betsy Wattis Gary D. and Roberta Yeoman Nicol C. OPC ’54 and Wendy Taylor Caroline Waxler William and Virginia M. B.Yinger OPC ’97 Robert N. OPC ’39 and Marion F. Taylor Charles M. OPC ’52 and Carolyn R. Waygood William B.Young OPC ’91 Jonathan F. Teaford OPC ’92 Lauren B. Wechsler OPC ’00 Mario and Jan M. Zacharjasz Christopher M. Teare Harrison G. OPC ’53 and Joan K. Wehner Bruce and Deborah M. Zakheim A. Richard OPC ’45 and Janice M. Teller Edwin A. OPC ’58 and Mariann Weihenmayer John and Margherita Zeglinski Ranney W. OPC ’61 and Kathleen A. Thayer John Weingartner OPC ’55 Zieger and Sons, Inc. Sydney Thayer David N. OPC ’51 and Patricia Weinman Howard S. OPC ’86 and Jill C. Zipin The Philadelphia Foundation Dean E. OPC ’81 and Cheri Weisgold Edward and Judith M. Zubrow * deceased
  • William Penn Charter SChool 57 Report Gifts of 2006–2007
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 F r a m e w o r k s F o r t h e F u t u r e Gifts to the Performing Arts Center Frameworks for the Future objectives include the Richard B. Fisher Middle School, the Kline and Specter Family Squash Center, the Upper School Science Wing and the Performing Arts Center. The Performing Arts Center is the main focus of our fund-raising efforts as we complete the capital campaign in June 2007. The following is a list of donors who have pledged or given to the Performing Arts Center initiative. Contact the Development Office directly to support this important effort. Richard W. OPC ’51 and Sally K. Aberle * Donald R. Campbell and Diana S. Rosenstein Malcolm J. and Kathy Ford Charles D. Achenbach OPC ’55 Gordon C. OPC ’48 and Judith A. Campbell Mark Franek John A. OPC ’64 and Cynthia H. Affleck Richard L. Cantor and Joan Balaban Cantor Glenn T. and Nancy Frantz H. Carl OPC ’57 and Laureen V. Albrecht Thomas and Anne M. Caramanico B. Graeme OPC ’80 and Elizabeth S. Frazier Bruce M. OPC ’57 and Margaret O. Ambler Carolyn T. and Thomas Carluccio Joseph J. and Saree M. Fugelo J. Peirce OPC ’57 and Molly E. Anderson Sandra L. and Gene Carpino W. Roderick and Pamela B. Gagne Peter Appelbaum and Beth E. Becker William B. Carr Jr. OPC ’69 Mark R. and Heather Garrison Jerry S. and Janice Apple and Stephanie Middleton Thomas A. OPC ’88 and Jennifer L. Gennarelli Thomas A. and Donna S. Armstrong W. Michael OPC ’51 and Sharon D. Cassell Mary Friia Genovese-Colvin Samy B. Badawy and Toby Shawe William B. OPC ’43 and Elizabeth Chamberlin Stuart M. and Shannon N. George Harry M. and Barbara L. Baer Randolph C. OPC ’77 and Paula M. Charles Alexander S. M. OPC ’77 and Beth Gibson Richard L. Baer OPC ’73 and Janis L. Ahmadjian Philip L. Cohan OPC ’57 Elizabeth A. Glascott Hon. 1689 Brafford and Christine Bak Richard B. OPC ’44 and Anne Collins and Thomas G. Macy Richard A. OPC ’69 and Claudia F. Balderston Merritt T. Cooke III and Grace Sharples-Cooke Eileen and Joseph F. Golden * Robert D. and Patricia M. Baldridge George C. Corson OPC ’52 and Elizabeth Strayer * Marc A. Golden OPC ’71 George A. Ball OPC ’38* and Mary J. Bickford Joan B. Costello Hon. 1689 Joel W. and Marlene F. Goldwein Kenneth J. OPC ’57 and Ruth C. Barber Oliver S. Crosby OPC ’38 and Eleanor Soule Charles J. OPC ’80 and Hyun Susan Goodman Louis P. Barker * Katherine Crozier H. Terry Goodwin OPC ’38 and Evelyn Cook Rudolph and Leah Baron Christopher J. Damm and Nancy Q. Petersmeyer Frank R. Gould OPC ’46 Arthur R. Jr. and Terry H. Bartolozzi Daroff Design Inc. and DDI Architects, PC Robert L. OPC ’55 and Elizabeth E. Gray Robert S. and Diane Bass J. Peter OPC ’74 and Susan S. Davis John P. OPC ’54 and Kathleen Green J. Barrington Bates OPC ’73 William M. OPC ’59 and Jeanne Davison Michael and Eileen E. Greenberg William and James D. Mackenzie Theodore F. OPC ’78 and Susan Decker Donald L. OPC ’51 and Abigail D. Greene 58 Penn Charter SChool Robert H. OPC ’28 and Gail Bates William OPC ’39 and Elizabeth M. Bates Joseph P. Delaney and Barbara Campbell George C. Denniston OPC ’51 Albert M. OPC ’74 and Wendy Greenfield Douglas L. OPC ’77 and Elaine Greenfield Report Gifts of Brian M. and Caron P. Beere Bruce A. OPC ’77 and Geri Dillard Thomas D. and Patricia C. Griffin Bruce H. and Nancy F. Begin Brooke A. OPC ’97 DiMarco Henri J. and Kikuko I. Guiraud 2006–2007 Thomas J. Jr. and Patricia D. Bender Samuel Doak OPC ’38 and Katherine Johnson Peter B. OPC ’64 and Elizabeth A. Hamilton D. Jeffry OPC ’76 and Amy B. Benoliel Arthur P. and Barbara Dobias E. John OPC ’64 and Ruth Hanna Peter A. Benoliel OPC ’49 and Willo Carey Edward C. OPC ’47 and Joan Driscoll Nelson R. OPC ’51 and Marilyn Hartranft Peter W. Benoliel OPC ’81 and Jessica D. Taylor Brian J. OPC ’85 and Mary Duffy Frank C. OPC ’43 and Ann Hartzell Jennifer and Steve Biehn William L. Earle OPC ’42 and Andrea Byron George J. OPC ’44 and Barbara B. Hauptfuhrer Hanley P. and Reid S. Bodek George and Sharon Eastburn Robert P. OPC ’49 and Barbara D. Hauptfuhrer H. Dickson S. OPC ’38 and Anne W. Boenning Craig E. Eder OPC ’38 Gerald A. OPC ’57 and Carolyn A. Hedges Jerrold C. Bonn and Nancy Mulloy-Bonn William D. OPC ’44 and Kathryn B. Edson Richard Hegel OPC ’44 and Linda Pratt Stephen A. Bonnie OPC ’66 Ilana H. Eisenstein OPC ’95 Jeffrey L. and Annette M. Heinsheimer Willard S. OPC ’39 and Florence Boothby and Thomas H. Scott OPC ’95 R. Keith OPC ’71 and Lauren D. Helmetag Leonard A. OPC ’51 and Margaret Bracken Robert C. Emerson OPC ’57 and Marie Huston Kenneth and Jane F. Henley George W. and Jamie Braun John P. and Susan B. English Roger S. OPC ’71 and Lisa Hillas Richard P. OPC ’38 and Virginia* Brown Bruce K. OPC ’72 and Christina H. Entwisle Mitchell L. and Cristy Hollin Wayne G. OPC ’51 and Elisabeth J. Brown Peter R. Epprecht OPC ’68 Paul H. OPC ’77 and Linda R. Hough Eric Brunner OPC ’75 Carleton P. and Debra A. Erdman Brian B. and Laura A. Huber Stephen D. Bruno OPC ’97 Daniel and Susanna Evans Patricia Hunt and F. John Hagele Stuart M. and Laura S. Bryan Walter C. and Jane F. Evans Hon. 1689 Glenn C. Isaacson and Jane Wang Thomas W. OPC ’57 and Bernadette Budd Maria-Victoria Fernando and Richard Cawley Craig L. and Lori A. Israelite William P. Burdick and Linsey A. Will Howard M. and Phyllis Fischer G. Eric Johansen and Kathleen L. Dilonardo David S. OPC ’38 and Jean Bushnell Jeanne D. and Richard B. Fisher OPC ’53 * Stephanie D. Judson and Cleveland D. Rea Donald A. Bux OPC ’48 Thomas T. OPC ’44 and Phyllys C. B. Fleming Lisa D. and John H. Kabnick William H. OPC ’53 and Marianne C. Bux Darryl J. Ford and Gail Sullivan Theodore H. and Wendy N. Kapnek B. James and Susan S. Cake Malcolm and Edith Ford Donald R. OPC ’51 and Dorothy Kardon * deceased
  • Donald M. Kerr OPC ’57 and Alison Kyle Michael A. Paolini and Alexis Harvey-Paolini John E. and Jackie Singmaster Donald and Gay Kimelman Carol K. Park John E. OPC ’57 and Courtney L. Sjostrom William H. Kingsley OPC ’51 Mary S. Park William and Serena Skwersky Charles H. OPC ’71 and Sharman J. Kleinhenn Thomas K. and Marcia R. Pasch David and Charleen Slobodinsky Jeffery M. and Margaret Kolansky Christopher and Margaret Pastore Donald A. and Maria T. Smith Steven F. OPC ’74 and Corinne Koltes Patricia Patrizi Kathryn Smith David J. OPC ’82 and Jennifer A. Kurtz Louis G. Peirce OPC ’69 Snave Foundation Robert K. OPC ’74 and Carol Kurz Penn Charter Alumni Society Fund Albert J. Snite Jr. and Julia Conover Guy Laren Penn Charter Community Fund Fredric I. and Susan D. Lazarus Joshua S. Petersohn OPC ’85 and Nuriye Uygur Lewis S. OPC ’44 and Elizabeth F. Somers Judith G. and Andrew Leach * Robert A. OPC ’71 and Linda J. Picardo Eleanor Speranza Joseph J. Jr. and Linda P. Leube David B. Picker and Grace A. Flisser Michael and Denise M. Speranza Arthur P. OPC ’55 and Laura R. Loeb * Agustin J. OPC ’41 and Charlotte F. Pocock J. C. Spink OPC ’90 William A. Loeb OPC ’52 Sidney and Sandra B. Portnoy Peter Jr. and Mary J. Spizzirri Herbert and Karen Lotman George N. Prince OPC ’39 Andrew M. Star Frank P. OPC ’41 and Betty Louchheim and Catherine D. Bowen Marc P. OPC ’93 and Laura B. Steel Nelson J. OPC ’59 and Mary M. Luria Ivy J. Prout Carol Hon. 1689 and Avrom Steinbrook Rebecca and Frank Luzi James K. Pryor OPC ’57 Kathryn Steinbugler Richard H. MacNeal OPC ’40 Douglas H. and Rebecca Pyle Peter S. Stern OPC ’57 and Carolyn J. Colcord* Carolyn J. Quill Elizabeth S. Stutzman James R. MacRae and Suzanne R. Biemiller C. Robert and Debbie Quint Sahar Suluki James R. OPC ’77 and Anne P. Malone David J. and Faith Rachofsky David L. Mather OPC ’89 Joseph J. Ragg Jr. and Cathie Driscoll Jean O. Swihart Victor C. II and Elizabeth Mather Aaron and Cathy C. Rappeport Susan H. Talley * Robert C. and Minky McAdoo Jeffrey A. Reinhold and Kathleen A. Lister William N. Tanner OPC ’57 and Anne Boyden Joyce G. McCray William H. OPC ’71 and Elizabeth A. Resch Robert P. OPC ’38 and Mimi R. Thompson Thomas J. and Denise McDugall Rafael Revol and Susana Kolker-Revol Perry and Joan S. Tishgart William Duncan M. OPC ’61 and Ellen McFarland Edward J. OPC ’77 and Janice McGinn Charles C. OPC ’51 and Kathryn K. Rieger Stephen W. Rinaldi OPC ’90 Alan H. and Joyce F. Torchon Amy C. Torrey Penn Charter SChool 59 John L. and Susan E. McInerney Richard B. OPC ’56 and Alee A. Robbins Irwin L. and Georgette S. Trauss Report Gifts of Marc W. and Laura K. McKenna Brian L. and Aileen K. Roberts Douglas D. Uhlmann Hon. 1689 and Lisa Tordo John S. McKenzie OPC ’57 F. Stone OPC ’62 and Julie D. Roberts 2006–2007 Joseph Vahey and Donna Ewanciw Geoffrey and Nancy M. McKernan George T. OPC ’71 and Sally Robinette Joseph B. OPC ’52 and Carol M.Van Sciver James and Annette R. McNally Benjamin E. Robinson OPC ’82 Raymond W. OPC ’61 and Priscilla A.Vickers Barbara N. and John McNichol and Cecilia Atkinson Walter H. OPC ’48 and Lorraine C. Waechter Richard F. Meischeid and Susanne H. Iannece John C. OPC ’77 and Elizabeth Rodgers Howard G. and Denise W. Mendel John T. Hon. 1689 and Nancy W. Rogers Philip H. Ward OPC ’38 and Margaretta Dodge Norma W. Mercer Anthony J. OPC ’77 and Sarah Romagnole David N. Weinman OPC ’51 and Patricia Schoeni Louis F. Metzger OPC ’57 Paul R. and Wendy H. Rosen John E. OPC ’68 and Andree D. Welsh Robert S. OPC ’77 and Vicki C. Miles Mitchell C. and Martha A. Rosenberg Kurt A. and Betsey L. Wenger John A. Millington OPC ’44 Ronald E. Rossman OPC ’57 Grace R. Wheeler Hon. 1689 Charles L. Mitchell OPC ’70 Rotko Family Foundation F. John White OPC ’65 and Beth Ann Smith David P. OPC ’64 and Carolyn S. Montgomery Daniel F. III and Elizabeth F. Ryan William Penn Foundation Drew A. OPC ’93 and Nicole S. Morris Craig J. OPC ’74 and Karen J. Sabatino Caesar D. OPC ’80 and Katrina Williams Irving N. and Doris R. Morris The Samuel and Rebecca Kardon Foundation John M. OPC ’66 and Kobkit J. Wilson Judith R. and Edward R. Moss * Robert G. OPC ’57 and Patricia Schad Herbert S. OPC ’61 and Deanne H. Winokur Martin and Dana Mullaney Kerry S. and Jill E. Schuman Arthur J. Wise OPC ’55 Timothy T. Myers OPC ’77 and Elizabeth G. Frazee Stacey L. and Barbara J. Schwartz Stuart L. and Ellen Wolf David B. and Esther J. Nash Jin S. and Grace Seo David Nation and Suzan Willcox Sharon A. Sexton and Thomas Ferrick J. E. and Marcie Wolfington Levon N. and Claudia J. Nazarian James H. Shacklett OPC ’70 and Patricia A. Duffy C. Thomas and Ellen J. Wood Jay M. Neale OPC ’51 Ronald J. and Deborah Shaffer Arthur P. Woolley OPC ’51 Eva Kay and John F. Noone Eileen A. and Hall Shultz Gary D.Yeoman and Roberta Kaneff James L. and Elisabeth Oakes Andreas and Anna Marie Siegmann Edward and Judith M. Zubrow
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 F r a m e w o r k s F o r t h e F u t u r e Penn Charter Endowed Funds and Gifts Penn Charter’s first endowed fund was established in 1702 by Samuel Carpenter, who was appointed Overseer by William Penn in 1711. Our history of extraordinary generosity from alumni, parents and friends is evident by the evolution of our endowed funds program. Support for endowment demonstrates a commitment to ensuring the future of our school and is an opportunity for donors to create a lasting legacy. All great schools possess outstanding endowments. Funds are organized below under headings of general, faculty, scholarship, library and other. New funds are denoted by an asterisk. Donors supporting individual funds are listed below fund descriptions. EndowEd John G. and Virginia L. Foos Mitchell S. and Jane J. Goldenberg Thomas M. OPC ’69 and Jane E. Sadtler James R. and Amy Schaeffer GEnEral Funds John J. and Cecelia G. Grace Nathaniel E. OPC ’78 and Lisa M. Sher Karl S. OPC ’81 and Mary B. Murray Marvin A. Smith General Endowment Fund Richard Pepino The Estate of Isidor P. Strittmatter II Gifts contributed to Penn Charter Alan M. and Carol M. Prushan Mario and Jan M. Zacharjasz without specific limitations go into James R. and Amy Schaeffer the General Endowment Fund. Arunan Sivalingam General Endowment Those who contribute to this Albert J. Jr. and Julia Snite Library Fund fund can take great satisfaction Established by the estate of Jonathan H. OPC ’70 and Kathryn Sprogell in knowing that their gifts are Montgomery Brinton Barrett OPC James S. OPC ’75 and Jill W. Still benefiting the school now and in ’31 in 2004, this fund enables Penn the future. This fund is the most Marcia K. Stone James D. and Kathleen F. Troyer Charter’s Gummere Library to important at the school. It gives the provide the foundation for current school maximum flexibility to meet David V. and Judy Wachs and future access to knowledge and the evolving needs of the institution. Thomas R.Yorko to meet the growing needs of an Kenneth R. Clark OPC ’22 * General Endowment innovative curriculum. The school Joseph E. Colson * for Scholarship encourages gifts to expand this J. David Donahower OPC ’47 * endowment to perpetuate strong Penn Charter strives to be a richly financial resources for the library The Estate of Thomas P. Emmons diverse school community, racially, Thomas R. Field OPC ’70 services program at Penn Charter. William religiously, economically, ethnically 60 Penn Charter SChool The Estate of Thomas A. Gaskin OPC ’54 Jeffrey R. Havsy OPC ’87 and socially. Gifts for this purpose enable the school to offer need-based The Estate of Montgomery Brinton Barrett OPC ’31 Report Gifts Robert C. and Minky McAdoo financial aid to talented students. General Endowment of The Estate of Henry S. Miller OPC ’30 for Athletics (Includes 2006–2007 The Estate of J. Ten Broeck Runk OPC ’35 Robert B. OPC ’64 and Caroline Beale Gifts to Ralph F. Palaia Craig J. OPC ’74 and Karen J. Sabatino Todd B. and Rebecca L. Bequette Baseball Field) The Estate of Charles J. Webb OPC ’38 Michael A. and Debbie Bloom Created in 2004 as part of the school’s John S. OPC ’39 and Roberta P. Wurts Seamus Brown OPC ’95 Frameworks for the Future campaign Howard S. OPC ’86 and Jill C. Zipin Richard B. OPC ’84 and Lindsay M. Commons and made possible by a generous Elizabeth A. Flemming gift from Albert M. Greenfield III General Endowment Randi S. Garnick OPC ’74. The fund was established for Faculty Matthew Gillespie OPC ’98 to attract additional charitable support This fund was established to ensure Joseph J. OPC ’85 and Sarah Gleason from other donors who share the Penn Charter continues to attract Robert A. and Susan M. Gordon vision of a strong athletic program and reward the highest caliber faculty Seth W. Goren OPC ’90 and the role it plays in developing possible. Gifts support faculty salaries Randy W. Granger Hon. 1689 and Irene E. McHenry cooperation, responsibility, self- and professional development. Carl H. OPC ’66 and Takako Hill discipline and sportsmanship in Penn Samuel P. and Connie A. Katz Charter graduates. It serves as a N. Scott and Sandra R. Adzick permanent and growing resource for Louise B. Beardwood Jennifer and Robert Ketler the future of Penn Charter athletics. Richard and Susan Berk Young Jin Kim OPC ’01 Millard L. OPC ’46 and Martha H. Breiden David P. OPC ’64 and Carolyn S. Montgomery Charles D. Achenbach OPC ’55 George A. Jr. OPC ’72 and Diana Y. Buffum Peter and Doris Osborne H. Carl OPC ’57 and Laureen V. Albrecht Charles M. and Stephanie C. Cahn Levan A. and Karyn Payton James R. OPC ’60 and Barbara R. Buckley Peter F. OPC ’56 and Jean M. Cooke William H. OPC ’43 and Jamesina B. Peirce Stuart M. and Shannon N. George Crystal J. Davenport-Harris OPC ’99 Philadelphia Phillies Albert M. III OPC ’74 and Wendy Greenfield Marilyn Entwisle William H. OPC ’55 and Nancy Pope Richard J. OPC ’54 and Patricia Kohler Charles A. Jr. OPC ’31 and Jacqueline Ernst The Estate of Charles Rupp OPC ’25 George W. OPC ’58 and Elaine Linn * deceased
  • Ronald O. OPC ’62 and Gail Prickitt Class of 1996 General Ball/Somers Fund Bruce W. OPC ’50 and Iru H. Rose Endowment Fund Lewis S. Somers 3rd OPC ’44 Robert W. and Joan B. Walters Created in 2006 by the Class of and his wife, Betty, created this Laura E. Weiss 1996 on the occasion of their 10th fund to support the review and Class of 1962 Faculty reunion, the fund assists the school implementation of important and Student Fund in providing the resources needed educational changes at Penn to maintain its exceptional history of Charter. The grants are to be used The Class of 1962 Faculty and to provide support for faculty excellence and is unrestricted. Student Fund was established in in analyzing salient issues and 2007 on the occasion of their 45th Christopher Carroll OPC ’96 implementing new curricular ideas reunion to help students and teachers Megan C. Donohue OPC ’96 based on that analysis. at Penn Charter. The contributions Mara J. Dowdall OPC ’96 to the fund are made in memory of Andrew A. and Theresa A. Gardner Lewis S. 3rd OPC ’44 and Elizabeth F. Somers the deceased members of the class. Alyson M. Goodner OPC ’96 Aaron E. Carpenter Claude H. OPC ’62 and Carol Bennett David M. and Susan H. Goodner OPC 1902 Louis F. OPC ’62 and Marcy W. Burke David A. OPC ’96 and Jessica Hayne Lower School Faculty Salaries Fund Joseph W. Carnwath OPC ’62 Carla Hetzel OPC ’96 In 1975 Penn Charter established Artie OPC ’62 and Elaine Egendorf Helen C. Hoyer the first endowed mastership for an Remy L. OPC ’62 and Wendy Fox Alan M. Rosenwinkel OPC ’96 elementary school teacher in this Frederick R. OPC ’62 and Susan Glazier Tori OPC ’96 and Greg Small country. It was named for Aaron Houghton-Carpenter Foundation Daniel S. Spink OPC ’96 E. Carpenter II, a Penn Charter William F. OPC ’62 and Leslie MacDonald Marsh B. and Helyn H. Spink graduate of the Class of 1902 who Kevin A. OPC ’62 and Peggy McKinney Barbara Taylor bequeathed a generous legacy to George E. OPC ’62 and Alice Meagher Andrew S. OPC ’96 and Jessica Thompson the school. The first recipient was Anthony C. Muller OPC ’62 William B. and Louise Thompson Ruth H. Tindall, who taught in Michael B. Petosa OPC ’62 Jeannine E. Wiley OPC ’96 the Lower School for 20 years beginning in 1956. Ronald O. OPC ’62 and Gail Prickitt Class of 1986 William John D. OPC ’62 and Vivienne F. Rich Lindley C. OPC ’62 and Christine Scarlett Endowed Fund John Flagg Gummere Penn Charter SChool 6 English Mastership Charles L. Tucker OPC ’62 Created on the occasion of their 20th reunion, this general Report Gifts of Ann and Loren E. Western The late Crawford H. Greenewalt Walton R. OPC ’62 * and Janis P. Winder endowment fund provides the OPC ’18 established this mastership 2006–2007 school maximum flexibilty in to honor his lifelong friend and Class of 1999 Fund addressing the needs of the school. classmate. Jack Gummere believed The Class of the 1999 recognizes that good teaching was the most Barry L. OPC ’86 and Sandra L. Cohen that great schools are constantly important ingredient for a good Brian D. OPC ’86 and Caroline Ellerson evolving to meet the expectations school. This fund celebrates his Christian A. Jones OPC ’86 great contributions to Penn Charter of their students and faculty. This Matthew T. OPC ’86 * and Rebecca T. Miller fund was established in 2006 on the and memorializes Jack’s many years Andrew M. Rosenberg OPC ’86 of commitment to its community. occasion of their fifth reunion and Howard S. OPC ’86 and Jill C. Zipin The fund will provide support honors Penn Charter’s past successes and helps to provide the resources for outstanding teachers who are needed to meet future challenges. EndowEd dedicating themselves to teaching Peter J. Farnese OPC ’99 Faculty Funds young people at Penn Charter. Patrick T. Gallagher OPC ’99 Richard B. Fisher OPC ’53 Hillas Faculty Fund Dana A. Greenspon OPC ’99 Faculty Support Fund Established in 2003 by Roger OPC Thomas D. Griffin OPC ’99 Richard Fisher OPC ’53 established ’45 and Dee Hillas P ’71, ’06, ’09 Mark D. Hecker OPC ’99 for the enhancement of professional this fund in 1990 to help Penn Scott and Rosemary M. Melnick capabilities of teachers that will Charter in its efforts to improve the Stephen F. and Sarilynne S. Meyer in turn enhance instruction of level of faculty salaries. Abraham C. and Sherri E. Reich students at William Penn Charter Spencer E. Reich OPC ’99 Jeanne D. Fisher School. This fund provides the Scott P. Roslyn OPC ’99 The Estate of Richard B. Fisher OPC ’53 school with additional resources William B. and Louise Thompson to support faculty participation
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 F r a m e w o r k s F o r t h e F u t u r e Endowed Funds and Gifts continued in conferences and workshops so The Edward E. Ford Brent Sherwood OPC ’76 that the teachers will be better Foundation Arunan Sivalingam able to implement an outstanding Faculty Support Fund Albert J. Snite Jr. and Julia Conover curriculum. It encourages graduate Jonathan H. OPC ’70 and Kathryn Sprogell The Edward E. Ford Faculty Fund and independent summer study Robert P. OPC ’38 and Mimi R. Thompson provides endowment for faculty that will enhance the teacher’s James D. and Kathleen F. Troyer compensation and was established professional role at Penn Charter. by a series of generous challenge David V. and Judy Wachs In certain cases there could be grants from the Edward E. Ford Philip OPC ’73 and Juliet I. Wachs grants released for related projects Foundation beginning in 1974 and Edwin A. OPC ’58 and Mariann Weihenmayer to professional development. with the most recent in 2005. The William Penn Foundation Roger S. OPC ’45 and Dolores E. Hillas fund serves to strengthen and retain Walton R. OPC ’62 * and Janis P. Winder the quality faculty, the school’s most McFarland Family Stuart L. and Ellen Wolf important resource. Fund for Faculty Salaries Thomas R.Yorko N. Scott and Sandra R. Adzick Established in 2001, Duncan M. Helen S. and Stanley J. Bak Robert J. F. Brobyn OPC ’61 and Ellen B. McFarland OPC ’56 Jeffrey D. Barr OPC ’64 created this fund in support of Master Teacher Fund Robert S. and Diane Bass faculty salaries to reflect their belief in both Penn Charter and the Robert H. OPC ’28 and Gail Bates Established to honor Penn critical role exceptional teaching H. Dickson S. OPC ’38 and Anne W. Boenning Charter’s extraordinary and plays in continuing the excellence of Joseph G. and Robin K. Bonus dedicated faculty, including those the school. Marc D. and Andrea S. Brookman teachers and coaches who had a George A. OPC ’72 and Diana Y. Buffum positive and lasting impact on his Duncan M. OPC ’61 and Ellen McFarland Lucien B. and Robin L. Calhoun life. The fund supports faculty Richard L. and Joan Cantor salaries and can provide specific Herbert S. and Marjorie William B. OPC ’43 and Elizabeth Chamberlin support and recognition to L. Winokur Fund The Conston Foundation outstanding teachers. William The fund is created to honor William M. OPC ’59 and Jeanne Davison Herbert S. Winokur Sr. and Marjorie 6 Penn Charter SChool L. Winokur, the parents of “Pug” T. Frank OPC ’45 and Helen C. Decker Edward C. OPC ’47 and Joan Driscoll Richard H. MacNeal OPC ’40 Report Gifts of Winokur OPC ’61. The fund Edward E. Ford Foundation Faculty Endowment Fund benefits teachers who have been at Dion R. and Rachelle L. Ehrlich 2006–2007 Penn Charter for five to ten years Thomas R. Field OPC ’70 Created in 2003 by Richard to encourage them to engage in H. MacNeal OPC ’40 and the The Estate of Richard B. Fisher OPC ’53 activities of faculty development and MacNeal Foundation in recognition Mitchell S. and Jane J. Goldenberg enrichment. Income from this fund of the outstanding teaching that may also be used to fund part or all Michael A. OPC ’90 and Whitney K. Gomez Mark OPC ’67 and Helene B. Hankin is the hallmark of William Penn of teacher sabbaticals. Charter School, past, present and Robert J. OPC ’40 and Elizabeth T. Harbison Herbert S. OPC ‘61 and Deanne H. Winokur Robert and Miriam Harden future. The fund provides general Marjorie L. Winokur Kirk D. OPC ’73 and Ellen Hartman support for faculty salaries and Robert and Gayle Horn professional development. Randy W. Granger Erin P. and Mark Hughes Richard H. MacNeal OPC ’40 Chair in the Visual Arts Peter C. OPC ’68 and Stephanie A. Johnson The MacNeal Foundation This endowed chair was established Stuart B. and Deborah G. Kurtz by Jeffrey M. Lotman OPC ’80 to Robert K. OPC ’74 and Carol Kurz Betty Barr Thomas honor his former teacher and to Thomas H. OPC ’69 and Mary T. Lee Faculty Fund recognize teaching that seeks to Marc W. and Laura K. McKenna Made possible by a bequest from touch the lives of students and to Geoffrey and Nancy M. McKernan Betty Barr Thomas. Established help them grow as individuals in Joshua J. Mitteldorf by the school in honor and the broadest sense, as well as in the Christina A. and Benjamin A. Niernberg recognition of her deep devotion discipline of the arts. Penn Charter Community and generous support, this fund Jeffrey M. OPC ’80 and Therese M. Lotman Alan M. and Carol M. Prushan supports faculty salaries. Andrew OPC ’95 Rentschler Charles C. OPC ’51 and Kathryn K. Rieger Stacey L. and Barbara J. Schwartz Generoso C. OPC ’88 and Mary M. Rullo The Estate of Betty Barr Thomas Craig J. OPC ’74 and Karen J. Sabatino * deceased
  • Frank S. Craig for so many years. Mr. Foerderer’s Robert R. Cryer Faculty Fund daughter, Mignon Foerderer Davis, Fund for Teacher Excellence made gifts to the fund to assure that This fund was established in honor Established by Robert R. Cryer the Percival E. Foerderer Middle of Frank S. Craig, a teacher of OPC ’56 to assist Penn Charter in School Science Center Fund would Latin and mathematics at Penn retaining dynamic, young teachers. continue its commitment to a strong Charter from 1926 to 1957, and The fund awards a three-year grant science faculty. in recognition of the importance to a member of Penn Charter’s of offering competitive salaries Mignon Foerderer Davis faculty who has demonstrated and benefits to the teaching staff. exemplary teaching and made Established by his son Frank S. Pierre S. du Pont OPC 1886 significant contributions to the life Mastership in Science Craig Jr. OPC ’43 and Elizabeth J. of the school. Craig in 1999. Established in 1958 by Headmaster John F. Gummere with a grant from Robert R. OPC ’56 and Louise R. Cryer Robert R. OPC ’45 and Patricia Irving the Longwood Foundation in memory W Stuart Emmons OPC ’37 . Anna Emmons of Pierre S. du Pont, industrialist, Family Fund Faculty Fund philanthropist and educational visionary. Pierre and his brothers, Irenee Anna S. Emmons P ’36, ’37, ’40, Anna S. Emmons P ’36, ’37, ’40, du Pont OPC 1892 and Lammot ’44, GP ’73 established this fund ’44, GP ’73 of Bryn Mawr gave du Pont OPC 1892, honored Penn in memory of her son W. Stuart a generous gift to Penn Charter Charter with their lifelong commitment Emmons, who was president of in 1975 to honor the school’s to education and outstanding leadership the Class of 1937. The Emmons challenge grant from the E.E. Ford of the Du Pont Corporation. family believed that a faculty’s Foundation for the endowment of strength is the key ingredient in faculty salaries in the Upper School. assisting Penn Charter students in I. H. B. Spiers Mastership in Modern Languages their growth. They demonstrated Percival E. Foerderer their tremendous interest and In 1944, Headmaster John F. commitment to Penn Charter with OPC 1902 Gummere wrote to all former Middle School Science Center Fund this fund to support faculty salaries. William students of I. H. B. Spiers, a Established in 1978 to support distinguished French teacher, Class of 1945 Penn Charter SChool 63 faculty in the Middle School science suggesting that they might department, this fund makes contribute to a capital fund Herbert McVey Fund Report Gifts of it possible for Penn Charter to to create the I. H. B. Spiers Established in honor of their 50th 2006–2007 maintain the strong science program Mastership in Modern Language. reunion and in memory of their that has distinguished the school This fund was established in 1946. faculty advisor, Herbert B. McVey,
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 F r a m e w o r k s F o r t h e F u t u r e Endowed Funds and Gifts continued this endowed fund provides support the M. Albert Linton Fund to honor Malcolm A. OPC ’54 and Susan G. Buckey for faculty salaries. The Class of their master teacher. Bert Linton Louis C. OPC ’54 and Becky E. Einwick 1945 began this funding effort began his teaching career at Penn Samuel L. OPC ’54 and Carolyn Frieder shortly after their 45th reunion to Charter in 1946. During his years Richard B. OPC ’54 and Jean Gaffin help Penn Charter recruit and retain on the faculty, he was a strong force Barton L. OPC ’54 and Marianne P. Gledhill the highest caliber faculty. in the lives of many students. He John P. OPC ’54 and Kathleen Green represented the epitome of fine William G. OPC ’54 and Nan Hamilton R. Joseph Barnes OPC ’45 Joseph H. OPC ’54 and Merle B. Happe teaching at Penn Charter. This fund H. Leonard OPC ’45 and Dolores Brown James R. OPC ’54 and Annette E. Harper in his honor will help to support Theodore S. OPC ’45 and Marjorie C. Coxe Emil H. OPC ’54 and Lynn Hubschman salaries of teachers of mathematics. John G. OPC ’45 and Victoria Cunningham Richard A. OPC ’54 and Marjorie Killian T. Frank OPC ’45 and Helen C. Decker James V. OPC ’57 and Rosalie Masella Richard J. OPC ’54 and Patricia Kohler William J. Donahue OPC ’45 * Carl N. OPC ’54 and Carol Kunz Harvey H. Frank OPC ’45 Class of 1959 James A. OPC ’54 and Jacqueline Lehman Charles S. OPC ’47 and Frances-Sue Ganoe Faculty Support Fund Peter A. OPC ’54 and Karen Massaniso Edward P. OPC ’45 and June Gubb The Class of 1959, in honor of their George H. OPC ’54 and Charlotte H. McLaughlin L. Leroy OPC ’45 and Peggy Hepburn 25th reunion and the faculty who Warrin C. OPC ’54 and Laurel S. Meyers Harry K. Hiestand OPC ’45 * taught them, established this fund for Evan W. OPC ’54 and Nancy Michener Roger S. OPC ’45 and Dolores E. Hillas the purpose of supporting younger Robin R. OPC ’54 * and Carol A. Schlunk Margine M. and Frank D. Holland faculty. It is used to supplement their Yannis S. Stephano OPC ’54 Laurence B. OPC ’45 and Nancy S. Huston salaries, to further their education, to Nicol C. OPC ’54 and Wendy Taylor Robert R. OPC ’45 and Patricia Irving offer summer travel, and to provide Harry I. Lauer OPC ’45 * Harry R. Hirshorn assistance for other uses related Memorial Fund William E. OPC ’45 * and Sara U. Mikell to their teaching and professional Edward H. Preston OPC ’45 * growth at Penn Charter. In 1982, Ralph S. Hirshorn and his William A. Smith OPC ’45 * family established this fund in honor A. Richard OPC ’45 and Janice M. Teller William E. OPC ’59 and Bonnie W. Chapman of his parents, Harry R. Hirshorn James B. OPC ’59 and Lurene M. Coles and Estelle Spector Hirshorn, who William Col. Clifton Lisle William M. OPC ’59 and Jeanne Davison were former Penn Charter parents Memorial Faculty Fund George E. OPC ’59 and Lynn Deming 64 Penn Charter SChool The Col. Clifton Lisle Memorial John W. OPC ’59 and Joyce D. Dickey and grandparents. The family hopes that the fund will help improve Report Gifts of Fund was established in 1992 by his R. Ford OPC ’59 and Patricia F. Hutchinson Kenneth L. OPC ’59 and Susan S. Kershbaum faculty salaries, ensuring that the widow, Anna Hayward Lisle, and finest teachers available will be 2006–2007 William B. Gold Jr. OPC ’31 to Kenneth S. OPC ’59 and Gail Krieger retained and recruited. Nelson J. Luria OPC ’59 memorialize Colonel Lisle’s life at Robert R. OPC ’59 and Martine Matzke Ralph S. OPC ’56 and Natalie C. Hirshorn Penn Charter. This gift, joined with Robert D. Prewitt OPC ’59 gifts from the Hoxie Harrison Smith Thomas A. OPC ’59 and Margaret Ralph Class of 1964 Foundation and Colonel Lisle’s Faculty Development Fund Henry S. Rogers OPC ’59 former students, benefits members Henry C. OPC ’59 and Marie R. Schneider On the occasion of their 20th of the Penn Charter English Rush B. OPC ’59 and Patricia Smith reunion in 1984, the Class of 1964 department and thousands of boys Thomas D. Watkins OPC ’59 established this fund to honor Penn and girls for generations to come. Charter’s faculty. The income from Robert N. OPC ’39 and Marion F. Taylor Class of 1954 this endowed fund is used by the Faculty Endowment Fund faculty for summer study, sabbatical Louis Wiederhold OPC ’41 Established by members of and special projects. Donald E. MacCormick Penn Charter’s Class of 1954 in Mastership in Math recognition and celebration of their Joseph T. Sullivan OPC ’26 Established in 1947, this fund honors 50th reunion, this endowed fund Memorial Fund Penn Charter’s first department seeks to help the school hire and The fund was created in 1986 head, Donald E. MacCormick, who retain the best possible teachers with a gift from Allen F. Steere taught mathematics for 34 years, through competitive compensation. OPC ’66, an Overseer, in memory from 1914 to 1948, at Penn Charter. Income from the fund shall be of the father of his wife, Meemie directed annually to support teacher Sullivan. It provides opportunities M. Albert Linton Fund salaries in perpetuity. for enrichment to a member of the Warren F. Miller Jr. OPC ’65 and Charles M. Barclay OPC ’54 history department and supports the other grateful students established Alfred F. OPC ’54 and Carol Bracher Middle School Sullivan Speaker. * deceased
  • Allen F. OPC ’66 and Meemie Steere 40th reunion, this fund supports John G. OPC ’61 and Joan Crosby Penn Charter’s efforts to pay Anthony J. OPC ’61 and Dorothy DiMarino Philip T. Sharples rewarding salaries to its faculty. W. Seldon OPC ’61 and Marsha Gates Science Faculty Fund The contributions to the fund are David L. OPC ’61 and Carol C. Geyer In 1984, Philip P. Sharples and Grace made in memory of the deceased Richard P. OPC ’61 and Louise Hamilton Wheeler P ’78, GP ’08, an Overseer, members of the class. J. Freedley OPC ’61 and Kathleen H. Hunsicker founded this fund in honor of his C. Scott OPC ’67 and Danielle V. Kulicke father, Philip T. Sharples. The fund Class of 1988 Russell C. OPC ’61 and Barbara Mauch supports excellence in the teaching of Faculty Enrichment Fund F. Howard Maull OPC ’61 science at Penn Charter. Duncan M. OPC ’61 and Ellen McFarland In 2005, the Class of 1988 Joseph W. Price OPC ’61 Philip P. and Joanna Sharples established this fund as part of Richard A. OPC ’61 and Carol A. Redeker the Frameworks for the Future Class of 1956 campaign to honor Penn Charter’s Harry T. OPC ’61 and Jeanne Rosenheim Faculty Fund Leonard C. Schwarz OPC ’61 esteemed faculty. The purpose of the and Jeanne J. Fleming To celebrate their 50th reunion in Class of 1988 Faculty Enrichment 2006, the Class of 1956 broadened Calvin H. Smedley OPC ’61 Fund is to support the professional the fund established in 1991. The Roger J. OPC ’61 and Gail M. Soens development, salaries and thoughtful fund will continue to provide Rudolph W. OPC ’61 and Candace Struse progress of the teaching staff. educational opportunities that will Peter A. OPC ’61 and Elizabeth Sturrock improve teaching performance, Patrick H. OPC ’88 and Anne Keane J. Malcolm OPC ’61 and Beth L. Taws promote educational quality, and George J. OPC ’88 and Erin O. Maley Ranney W. OPC ’61 and Kathleen A. Thayer attract and retain a faculty of the Keith T. OPC ’88 and Sue Ellen Morris Jeffry H. OPC ’61 and Joy F. Tindall highest quality and dedication. Now, Generoso C. OPC ’88 and Mary M. Rullo Raymond W. OPC ’61 and Priscilla A.Vickers is shall also provide direct support of Nicholas G. OPC ’61 and Judith Walker teacher salaries in perpetuity. This fund Class of 1991 David O. OPC ’61 and Carolyn A. Williams Faculty and Coach Fund Herbert S. OPC ’61 and Deanne H. Winokur was enlarged to express, once again, the deepest gratitude and appreciation Created on the occasion of their 15th Peter D. Wood OPC ’61 of the Class of 1956 to the faculty reunion in 2006, the Class of 1991 James M. OPC ’61 and Renee Wynn William of Penn Charter. One of the greatest established this fund to recognize truths of the Penn Charter education and honor the dual role of teaching EndowEd Penn Charter SChool 65 Report Gifts is that instructors, not buildings, are and coaching. The fund seeks to the foundation of good life. perpetuate the value of knowing scholarship of Bernard E. OPC ’56 and Valerie V. Berlinger mentors both in the classroom and on the field, a longtime school tradition. Funds 2006–2007 H. C. OPC ’56 and Judith R. Brooke Richard B. Fisher OPC ’53 William H. OPC ’56 and Nancy Chaffee Max S. Fischer OPC ’91 Scholarship Fund H. Howard OPC ’56 and Linda Colehower William A. OPC ’91 and Aimee Gallagher Peter F. OPC ’56 and Jean M. Cooke Rajiv A. Idiculla OPC ’91 Richard Fisher OPC ’53 established Chalmers E. OPC ’56 and Sandra S. Cornelius Paul J. Kane OPC ’91 this fund in 1990 to help students Alan T. Dorn OPC ’56 Peter S. Levin OPC ’91 needing financial assistance to attend Robert W. OPC ’56 and Janet L. Harris George E. OPC ’91 and Amy Mark Penn Charter. Joan McIlvaine Hon. 1689 Daniel F. OPC ’91 and Elizabeth A. McGonagle William H. OPC ’53 and Marianne C. Bux C. Richard Michie OPC ’56 John E. Ranieri OPC ’91 Jeanne D. Fisher John D. OPC ’56 and Wynne Milner Samuel L. OPC ’91 and Leslie Scheid John M. OPC ’56 and Joan Phelan The Estate of Richard B. Fisher OPC ’53 Nicholas OPC ’91 and Vicki von der Wense Julius B. OPC ’56 and Beverly Rauch Florence R. C. Murray Edgar J. OPC ’56 and Carol Roberts Class of 1961 Scholarship Fund Jesse L. OPC ’56 and Martha C. Salwen Faculty Fund Martin B. OPC ’56 and Jeanne Schneider Florence Murray was the daughter To be used to generate income to William H. OPC ’56 and Marian S. Surgner of Major Aaron E. Carpenter OPC fund salaries, benefits and other James F. Tetzlaff OPC ’56 1902, president of E.F. Houghton and amounts payable to the faculty Henry R. OPC ’56 and Jenelle C. Waddington Co., Inc. for many years. This fund of the school. The fund was honors Penn Charter’s educational Class of 1944 established in 2006 on the occasion mission and was made possible by Memorial Faculty Fund of the 45th class reunion. a generous bequest from Florence Established in 1984 by the Class Jacob G. OPC ’61 and Elizabeth Bumm Murray and with support from William of 1944 on the occasion of their H. G. Connell OPC ’61 F. MacDonald Jr. OPC ’62, P ’05.
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 F r a m e w o r k s F o r t h e F u t u r e Endowed Funds and Gifts continued Wyatt Wistar Brown Over the years, Bob Levy and his Fran McMurray Scholarship Fund wife, Cissie, have made it possible for James and Gloria Parente deserving students to attend Penn Jean Parker Established in 1901 by T. Wistar Charter. Those who have attracted Bronwen Pencarrick Brown, a Penn Charter Overseer Bob and Cissie’s assistance have been Helen Richman from 1856 to 1916 who served as young people with demonstrated Lewis T. Seaman Treasurer of Overseers for 50 years, ability in their studies and in their Ruth Sommers to honor his young son who died sports and marked by their lively while a student at Penn Charter. The Catherine Teti interest in the events of life. With Polly Welsh fund supports scholarships at Penn this in mind, the Rochelle Feldman Charter and other selected Friends and Robert Paley Levy Scholarship Arthur E. Weil schools in the Philadelphia area. Fund will be used to provide a Scholarship Fund scholarship each year to one or Established in 1974. Franklin E. Barr Sr. more such students whom the OPC 1900 administrators believe will benefit Scholarship Fund from and accept the challenges Peter K. Ortale OPC ’83 of Bob and Cissie’s gift of good Scholarship Fund In December 1989, Betty Barr Thomas created this scholarship fund to honor instruction. Raymond W. Vickers Penn Charter lost Peter K. the memory of her father-in-law. This OPC ’61 established this fund in Ortale OPC ’83 in the World 2003 to honor Bob and Cissie. Gifts Trade Center tragedy on Sept. was the second scholarship created by are encouraged from their numerous 11, 2001. To create a lasting Betty Barr Thomas to demonstrate her commitment to the education of friends and admirers. memorial and to celebrate his life and accomplishments, family and young people at Penn Charter. Peter A. Benoliel OPC ’49 and Willo Carey friends established the Peter K. C. Kenneth OPC ’65 and Joanne Dunn The Estate of Betty Barr Thomas Ortale OPC ’83 Scholarship Fund. Albert M. OPC ’74 and Wendy Greenfield The fund seeks to provide tuition Howard Barnes Raymond W. OPC ’61 and Priscilla A.Vickers assistance to an Upper School Scholarship Fund student who, like Peter, exhibits William Ralph F. Palaia Established in 1986. Scholarship Fund the qualities of the scholar-athlete 66 Penn Charter SChool Because Ralph Palaia touched the and demonstrates a high level Roger S. Hillas OPC ’45 of motivation, self-reliance and Report Gifts of Scholarship lives of many students and their leadership, both in the classroom parents, this scholarship fund was and on the playing field. 2006–2007 Walter H. Annenberg honored established to honor his 34 years of his friend Roger S. Hillas by service at Penn Charter. The Ralph Peter Adamson establishing this scholarship fund in F. Palaia Scholarship Fund helps Mark S. OPC ’72 and Patrice G. Aitken 1990. Through this fund, Walter deserving students have the privilege Robert C. OPC ’76 and Deborah C. Aitken Annenberg further expressed his of that Penn Charter experience, H. Carl OPC ’57 and Laureen V. Albrecht strong interest in supporting worthy which Ralph himself appreciably David M. OPC ’80 and Jennifer T. Amaro students and quality education. shaped over his years as teacher, Ruben OPC ’83 and Virginia Amaro coach, director of the Middle Clifford S. OPC ’79 and Terry Andrews William S. Lane School, director of admissions and Mario Arena Scholarship Fund assistant headmaster. Richard A. OPC ’69 and Claudia F. Balderston In 1977, an anonymous alumnus Earl J. Hon. 1689 and Pam R. Ball Hon. 1689 Earl J. Hon. 1689 and Pam R. Ball Hon. 1689 established an endowed scholarship Larry and Lucy Coles Anthony J. Balsamo OPC ’95 fund to honor Bill Lane’s years of Joan Costello Hon. 1689 Thomas and Christine Barnes teaching at Penn Charter. Following Anthony Jr. OPC ’61 and Dorothy DiMarino Frederick H. OPC ’73 and Melanie W. Bartlett his death in 1989, many of Bill’s Melvin and Anita Gang Jeffrey OPC ’84 and Patti A. Bass friends, family and students continue Ralph Jr. OPC ’44 and Elfrida Goetzenberger G. Brewster Bassett OPC ’83 to support this fund to honor his Paul Gonnelli Jr. Bruce H. and Nancy F. Begin extraordinary life as teacher and friend. Robert Gray III OPC ’55 Leonard and Barbara Berger Marie Kenyon Michael OPC ’84 and Wendy Biront Nelson J. Luria OPC ’59 Allen and Judith Kramer Marvin and Annette Black Rochelle Feldman and James V. OPC ’57 and Rosalie Masella Lisa M. and Brent Blanchard Robert Paley Levy OPC ’48 Mary Jane McClatchy Alan S. Block OPC ’83 Scholarship Fund Dorothy McCombs Stephen A. Bonnie OPC ’66 * deceased
  • Ivan R. and Tracy G. Drufovka Craig S. Kaufman OPC ’96 Patrick Dwyer John and Ann Kearney Lisa Ellis Laurence G. OPC ’81 and Lisa N. Kelley Bruce K. OPC ’72 and Christina H. Entwisle Matthew C. Kelley OPC ’98 Daniel and Susanna Evans Timothy P. Kelly OPC ’83 David M. OPC ’82 and Caroline Fass Joseph and Jane Kenney Lisa Fleming John F. OPC ’83 and Jennifer King John and Eleanor Fogarty The Knabb Partnership James Formisano Peter and Jackie Kosta Ronald P. and Sheryl S. Forster Regina L. Lavelle Bernard and Michelle Gallagher Craig and Rachael Levin Thomas Jr. and Carol Gannon Steven M. and Pamela B. Levinson William L. and Wendy Gaunt Victor and Jacquiline Lewis Steven K. OPC ’83 and Sue Ellen Gerber Bill and Linda Liberi Marybeth Gilliam Joseph F. Lipski OPC ’81 Michael and Julia Gilliam William E. OPC ’53 and Janet Lutz Elizabeth A. Glascott Hon. 1689 Walter G. MacFarland OPC ’41 and Thomas G. Macy Wayne OPC ’83 and Kimberley S. MacFarland Craig N. OPC ’75 and Meredith F. Bower Benjamin M. OPC ’83 and Nita J. Glassman Christopher J. OPC ’84 and Ellen Maguire Robert P. OPC ’83 and Deborah Bowman Kate Goldenberg Timothy J. Maguire OPC ’85 Anita Brock Andrew A. and Marji R. Goldman Dennis M. Mahoney George E. Brockman OPC ’83 Stephen M. and Carol Goldman Robert C. Maiocco OPC ’70 Jon and Cathy Brodsky Charles J. OPC ’80 and Hyun Susan Goodman Giovanna Makarechi John W. Burkhart OPC ’72 Grace Goodrich Fotios and Alexandra Malitas Kathy M. Burns Glenn R. OPC ’79 and Lindsey M. Gormley Mary and Harry D. Malitas Robert S. Butchenhart OPC ’95 W. Todd Goulding OPC ’92 Robert C. OPC ’83 and Christine Mancini David J. OPC ’74 and Madeleine Butler Bryan and Gina Gramiak Nancy Manos William William H. OPC ’53 and Marianne C. Bux William B. Carr Jr. OPC ’69 Patrick J. Green OPC ’72 William J. OPC ’83 and Margaret M. Green Robert J. OPC ’73 and Gloria K. Marquess Maxcor Financial Inc. Penn Charter SChool 67 and Stephanie Middleton Frank Grimes Brian and Melissa McAnulla Report Gifts of Walter and Patricia Carty-Clark Mark and Julie Grimes Douglas M. and Elizabeth C. McCracken Michael Casey OPC ’96 Grimes and Grimes, L.L.C. Michael B. P. McCrossen OPC ’98 2006–2007 James R. OPC ’77 and Leah Castle Mary Grimes-Anderson Shane McDevitt OPC ’96 Kathryn and Lawrence Cleaver David R. OPC ’83 and Jill R. Hassman The McDonnell Family Jeffrey A. Cohen OPC ’83 James B. Jr. and Mallary Hatch Paul and Barbara McDonough George W. OPC ’79 and Molly Connell Gregory and Elizabeth Hauck Peter J. McDonough OPC ’92 Kelly Conroy James J. Heffernen OPC ’83 Peter J. and Pamela McDonough Warren J. OPC ’83 and Andrea Constantine Steven A. OPC ’84 and Leslie K. Heffernen Francis J. Jr. and Edna May McGarvey Charles F. and Clara Cooper Harry and Betsy Hession Ryan M. McGorman OPC ’99 Kim Cullen Roger S. OPC ’45 and Dolores E. Hillas Jeffrey P. OPC ’88 and Kim McGuckin Tom and Carol Cullen Laurence S. OPC ’82 and Tina Hirshland William J. OPC ’52 and Carolyn A. McGuckin John Daly OPC ’98 Michael J. OPC ’84 and Adria B. Hirshland Marc W. and Laura K. McKenna Robert and Mary Ann Davidson Harry R. OPC ’85 and Betsy Hirshorn Scott T. McKinsey OPC ’86 Vincent P. OPC ’81 and Joanne J. DellaValle Marjorie E. and Douglas G. Hirshorn Gregory E. McLaren William and Jennifer Dennis H. Richard OPC ’83 and Laura S. Holgate Eugene McMahon Harry H. Derderian OPC ’81 Christopher K. OPC ’77 and Helena Holmes Joseph McMahon Christopher J. OPC ’92 and Mandy Doerr Edward and Mary Ellen Horne Kevin McNally Francis J. OPC ’81 and Dawn Donnelly William A. Humenuk OPC ’93 Merion Elementary School Joseph F. OPC ’83 and Wendy Donnelly Darren OPC ’83 and Susanna Hunter Evan W. Michener OPC ’83 Matthew M. Donnelly OPC ’92 John L. Iademarco OPC ’83 John S. Michener OPC ’89 Elizabeth Doran David M. OPC ’86 and Jodi Jaspan Andrew L. OPC ’82 and Robin Miller Joseph W. Dowling OPC ’87 Scott P. OPC ’87 and Marisa B. Javage Howard B. OPC ’58 and Barbara Miller Timothy A. OPC ’81 and Eileen Dowling J. Brandt OPC ’83 and Nikki E. Joel Matthew T. OPC ’86 * and Rebecca T. Miller Timothy P. OPC ’81 and Robin Dronson Allan S. OPC ’83 and Michele Kane Dara W. Mohsenian OPC ’92
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 F r a m e w o r k s F o r t h e F u t u r e Endowed Funds and Gifts continued Thomas F. OPC ’83 and Colleen V. Monaghan David W. Shoemaker OPC ’37 * Rebecca Wharton Brendan Moore OPC ’97 Sean M. OPC ’86 and Bernice Skelton Foundation Scholarship Fund Michael J. and Lauri B. Mufson Robert J. Slane OPC ’91 Established in 1815. Kenneth C. OPC ’89 and Alexis Murray James R. OPC ’64 and Sylvia Smith Joseph and Susan Murtagh Jeffrey and Victoria Smith Mark R. OPC ’83 and Megan Nicoletti John D. OPC ’83 and Regina M. Smith F. Stone Roberts OPC ’62 Scholarship Fund Christopher C. North Richard R. Smith T. Edward OPC ’71 and Suzanne O’Neil Jessica A. Snow OPC ’98 Established in 2004 by F. Richard M. Oliveri William and Deborah Snow Stone Roberts OPC ’62, this Gil Ortale J. C. Spink OPC ’90 scholarship supports students Julie and Jessica Ortale Allen F. OPC ’66 and Meemie Steere from Philadelphia’s East Falls or Catherine and Michael Ortale-Grimes Joan and James Stenn Germantown neighborhoods. Gregory D. OPC ’88 and A-Thi Palkon Susquehanna International Group, LLP F. Stone OPC ’62 and Julie D. Roberts Mary E. and Edward R. Palumbo Andrew C. Tan OPC ’01 Alma V. Parker Elizabeth Tasnan Joseph F. Golden Jr. Mitchell Paul John Tasnan OPC ’49 Joseph S. and Carol Perrott Christopher M. Teare Scholarship Fund James D. Phillips OPC ’90 Sydney Thayer Joseph F. Golden Jr. established this Christina Pietrak Glenn W. OPC ’80 and Maria Tilley scholarship fund to help ensure that Thomas R. OPC ’99 and Maureen Pomrink Thomas and Patricia A. Tramontina Penn Charter continues its student P.M. and Mary E. Procacci Apostolos P. Tsourous diversity and moves into its fourth Debra A. and Thomas Quirk Richard Sr. and Marie Van Fossen century of education as a vigorous The Rafter Family Andrew E.Vye OPC ’83 and dynamic school. Phillip S. OPC ’88 and Yolanda Ragland James L. OPC ’82 and Patricia Walker Adam T. OPC ’82 and Linda Wall Peter A. Benoliel OPC ’49 and Willo Carey Raymond Jr. and Legora E. R. Ragland Robert L. Wall OPC ’79 Joseph F. OPC ’49 * and Eileen Golden Steven A. OPC ’83 and Ginger Ragland Timothy M. Wall OPC ’83 G. Davis OPC ’49 and Ann N. Greene Robert C. Rech OPC ’82 * William Shannon M. OPC ’92 and Gregg Reich William J. OPC ’77 and Cynthia Wall William H. Resch 68 Penn Charter SChool Jeffrey A. Reinhold and Kathleen A. Lister William J. OPC ’50 and Anne C. Wall Scott F. OPC ’87 and Deborah Waterman Memorial Scholarship Fund Report Gifts Anthony R. OPC ’81 and Mary G. Resch This endowed fund was established of Robert B. OPC ’73 and Susan Resch Dean E. OPC ’81 and Cheri Weisgold in memory and in honor of William Sean M. OPC ’83 and Heidi L. Weston 2006–2007 William H. OPC ’71 and Elizabeth A. Resch Resch by family and friends. Bill Grace R. Wheeler Hon. 1689 Charles M. Roberts OPC ’84 was a dedicated assistant football Denis J. Whelan OPC ’03 Tom and Lori Rocks coach at Penn Charter from 1964 Richard and Virginia M. Whelan Christopher A. Rodgers OPC ’97 to 1969 and saw four sons graduate Rennie S. OPC ’85 and Kathleen N. Rodriguez Eric M. OPC ’83 and Margaret C. Wilcots from the school for which he had John T. Hon. 1689 and Nancy W. Rogers Paul E. OPC ’89 and Jennifer Wolfson a deep affection. Income from the Margaret and Brian Rogers John and Margherita Zeglinski fund shall support scholarship aid for Robert L. OPC ’82 and Laurie A. Rosania Edward and Judith M. Zubrow Middle and Upper School students. Scott P. Roslyn OPC ’99 Henry C. Evans Paul S. and Roberta A. Butler Mark D. OPC ’83 and Doghee S. Rosser Scholarship Fund James J. III and Patricia G. Moore Michael G. OPC ’77 and Patricia C. Roughton Paul W. Allen OPC ’33 established Anthony R. OPC ’81 and Mary G. Resch David B. OPC ’83 and Michelle A. Rubenstein David A. and Denise P. Ryan this fund to celebrate the career of Barbara B. Resch Henry C. Evans. During 39 years Robert L. OPC ’82 and Laurie A. Rosania Frank and Charlene Ryan of teaching and then as friend and Craig J. OPC ’74 and Karen J. Sabatino Craig J. OPC ’74 and Karen J. Sabatino mentor, “Bugs” Evans’ loving Louis E. and Fania L. Samuels manner touched the lives of his Thomas and Lula Edward and Judith Samulewicz students and fellow teachers, his M. Shepard Harry F. OPC ’75 and Sophie Sankey Scholarship Fund friends and admirers. Contributions Merle Santerian are made annually to this fund Established in 1947. Patrick A. Sasse OPC ’98 by those who are grateful to this Rosemarie and J. Todd Savarese master of the art of teaching. Harriet Jackson Gerald and Annette Schultz Sharon A. Sexton and Thomas Ferrick Jr. Paul W. Allen OPC ’33 * Scholarship Fund Scott and Susan Shapiro David OPC ’59 and Linda Evans Established anonymously, the fund * deceased
  • Richard Mott Jones Scholarship Fund To commemorate the 200th anniversary of William Penn’s Charter of 1711, Pierre S. du Pont OPC 1886 established the Richard Mott Jones Scholarship in 1911 as evidence of his high regard for Penn Charter and his headmaster. Jorge A. Roig OPC ’76 provides scholarship aid to students Class of 1963 Scholarship Fund in 11th and 12th grade who, without Scholarship Fund Established in 2003 by Jorge Roig additional support, would be unable OPC ’76, this fund was created to This scholarship fund provides tuition to continue at Penn Charter. Selected assistance to a student in the Upper honor Penn Charter and to support students will have demonstrated the School who displays a pressing deserving students who come from willingness and ability to contribute need for financial aid. Through Spanish-speaking homes. to the school in many different ways, contributions since the Class of and their presence at Penn Charter Jorge A. Roig III 1963’s graduation and a major gift would be a special asset to the spirit to the school in honor of their 20th Evelyn J. White of the school. reunion in 1983, the members of the Scholarship Fund class have helped Penn Charter keep Alice E. and Leroy Chapman Established in 1990 in honor and and attract a diverse, able student memory of Evelyn J. White by her Class of 1918 body and promote the quality and son, F. John White OPC ’65. Evelyn Scholarship Fund character of their old school. J. White was the first woman deputy Established in 1951. Elizabeth and Thomas A. Bell mayor of Philadelphia. Because of Charles L. OPC ’63 and Penny R. Burrall her dedicated and loyal service to the William Fannie G. and Edwin Hall David K. OPC ’63 and Charlene K. Crosby city, the recipient will preferentially be a child of an employee of the city Penn Charter SChool 69 2nd OPC ’24 John B. OPC ’63 and Phyllis Darrah Memorial Scholarship Richard M. OPC ’63 and Margaret K. Dearnley of Philadelphia. Report Gifts of Jacques P. OPC ’63 and Fredericka Fiechter F. John OPC ’65 and Beth Ann White Established in 1984. William T. OPC ’63 and Maryann Fox 2006–2007 Right Management Consultants Richard J. OPC ’63 and Jeannine M. Gilkeson Herman W. Fischer L. E. OPC ’63 and Susan F. Haines H. Howard Colehower Jr. OPC 1926 Franz H. Kaufmann OPC ’63 Scholarship Fund Scholarship Fund Martin N. OPC ’63 and Pamela Krasney In 1992, William S. Colehower Established in 1953 by William F. Paul R. OPC ’63 and Janice Kroekel OPC ’55 established the H. Howard Fischer to honor his son Herman who Charles Kurz OPC ’63 Colehower Jr. Memorial Scholarship died in a tragic automobile accident. Dorothy Kurz Fund to honor his father. The Herman W. Fischer was the beloved Douglas S. OPC ’63 and Kathryn W. Little scholarship is given to a needy father of two Penn Charter graduates, student who, without help from the Richard P. OPC ’56 and Edward W. Penn Charter Alumni Society Colehower Fund, would be unable Scholarship Fund to receive a Penn Charter education. Fischer OPC ’60. This fund supports scholarship at Penn Charter. Established by the Alumni Society H. Howard OPC ’56 and Linda Colehower in 2005 in recognition of the importance of scholarship aid and Jonathan and Deborah Colehower Beryl B. Lyons to celebrate the Frameworks for Roger T. Colehower Scholarship Fund William H. OPC ’81 and Susan A. Colehower the Future campaign. William Penn Established in 2003 by John E. articulated the vision for financial aid William S. OPC ’55 and Barbara V. Colehower Lyons in loving memory of his wife, in the original charter, it is therefore Robert L. OPC ’82 and Laurie A. Rosania Beryl B. Lyons, this fund supports appropriate that the society further these efforts of the school. Franklin E. Barr Jr. OPC ’40 scholarship at Penn Charter. Scholarship John E. Lyons William D. OPC ’69 and Joan Fulton The late Elizabeth Wetter Barr Richard J. Sr. and Barbara N. Lyons Penn Charter Alumni Society Thomas established an endowed
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 F r a m e w o r k s F o r t h e F u t u r e Endowed Funds and Gifts continued scholarship fund in 1984 to honor in 1977 as part of Program Penn Hauptfuhrer Scholarship the memory of her husband, Charter in memory of their son, Fund for International Studies Franklin E. Barr Jr. OPC ’40. David G. Gerstley OPC ’70, who Established in 2005 to promote died in September of 1975. international cultural understanding Kurz Family through scholarship assistance. This Scholarship Fund John Jones Foundation fund enables international students to Scholarship attend Penn Charter, with preference The Kurz Family Scholarship was established in 2003 to benefit Established in 1761 to support given to Middle Eastern students. eligible and needy Upper School scholarship at Penn Charter. George J. OPC ’44 and Barbara B. Hauptfuhrer students to continue their Penn John Jones was an Overseer George J. OPC ’70 and Sally Hauptfuhrer Charter education through of the Philadelphia Monthly graduation. It was established as Robert P. OPC ’49 and Barbara D. Hauptfuhrer Meeting, who contributed to the an expression of gratitude for their petition of Lieutenant Governor W. Barnes OPC ’72 and Cammie R. Hauptfuhrer alma mater by George H. Kurz William Markham for charter of Houghton-Carpenter OPC ’46, Charles Kurz II OPC ’63 incorporation for the school. Foundation and Robert K. Kurz OPC ’74, and Scholarship to help Penn Charter continue to S. Levis Jones have young scholars who represent Through the direction and support Scholarship diverse cultures and economic of William F. MacDonald Jr. OPC backgrounds. Established in 1989 to support ’62, P ’04, ’05, ’09, the Houghton- scholarship at Penn Charter. Carpenter Foundation established Elizabeth and Thomas A. Bell this scholarship in 1983 to honor Charles Kurz OPC ’63 Ballou Family Fund Penn Charter’s commitment to Dorothy Kurz financial aid. George H. OPC ’46 and Elisabeth Kurz Created in 2004 by Roger and Georgeann Ballou to provide aid to Robert K. OPC ’74 and Carol Kurz students who would otherwise be Henry L. Austin The Kurz Foundation Scholarship Fund unable to attend Penn Charter. William Michael E. Cushmore This fund was established in 1944 70 Penn Charter SChool Scholarship Fund Roger H. and Georgeann M. Ballou by classmates and family of Henry L. Austin OPC ’36, who lost his life in Report Gifts Established in 1992, this fund Grace R. Wheeler a training flight the day after he had of supports scholarship at Penn Charter. been commissioned as an ensign in 2006–2007 Middle School Michael E. OPC ’58 and Carol Cushmore the Naval Air Force in Florida. Joseph Scholarship Fund B. McDivitt, while serving with the To honor Grace Wheeler’s 10 years armed forces in North Africa, wrote R. Jennie Williams Memorial as Clerk of Overseers, this fund was to his Class of 1936 mates in support Scholarship Fund established with a generous gift of the fund, and Henry’s father and Established in 1921 by Jennie from the Penn Charter Community brother, George Austin and George Williams in gratitude for the financial in 1986. Income from this fund is Austin Jr. OPC ’34, also contributed aid granted her two sons, John S. awarded annually as a scholarship to generously to this fund. OPC ’16 and Henry B. OPC ’24, this a Middle School boy or girl. fund, through continuing donations Penn Charter Community Peter Kishinchand Memorial from members of the Williams family, Scholarship Fund provides tuition assistance for a child Edward L. Corson II Established by his parents, this fund who has no father. Scholarship Fund honors Peter Kishinchand OPC Edward Corson established this fund ’91, an extraordinary young man J. P. Harland VI with a bequest in 2005 in gratitude to remembered for his exceptional skills Scholarship Penn Charter for providing him with in theater design and his willingness Established in 1974 to support the strong educational foundation to share his gift with students and scholarship at Penn Charter. and life values that last a lifetime. faculty alike. The recipient of this This fund will provide financial scholarship fund will be a student Gerstley Memorial assistance to a deserving Middle with similar interests and character. Scholarship Fund School or Upper School student. N. Bret DeBenedictis OPC ’91 Carol K. and William Gerstley II Edward L. Corson OPC ’64 William A. OPC ’91 and Aimee Gallagher established this scholarship fund Edward O. Shakespeare Hon. 1689 Rajiv A. Idiculla OPC ’91 * deceased
  • Paul J. Kane OPC ’91 teachers who go the extra mile for John L. OPC ’55 and Louise R. MacWilliams Thomas S. OPC ’91 and Kathleen C. Lendvay their students. The fund benefits Steven J. OPC ’55 and Susan Munzer Peter S. Levin OPC ’91 a student who has the desire and William H. OPC ’55 and Nancy Pope Kathleen J. MacKnight perseverance to realize a dream and Barton B. Rinehart OPC ’55 John E. Ranieri OPC ’91 to do whatever is necessary to make Gerald C. OPC ’55 * and Judith Romig Samuel L. OPC ’91 and Leslie Scheid a difference. David H. OPC ’55 and Rowena Rosenbaum Nicholas OPC ’91 and Vicki von der Wense Drew C. OPC ’55 and Judith Smith Stephen R. OPC ’75 and Cynthia Mazda Leo and Ivy Wyszynski Owen B. OPC ’55 and Margaret W. Tabor William B.Young OPC ’91 Evans Family Thomas M. Twitmyer OPC ’55 Fund for Scholarship Richard D. OPC ’55 and Betsy Wattis Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Braemer John Weingartner OPC ’55 Scholarship The original school charter articulates the importance of a Richard N. OPC ’55 and Lois Westcott Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Braemer, grant-aid program for worthy Frank J. OPC ’55 and Alice C. Wiechec parents of Richard Braemer OPC students. Scholarship opens a door Arthur J. Wise OPC ’55 ’58, in appreciation for the excellent of opportunity to students who education that their son had received Karr-Nydick otherwise would not be able to Scholarship Fund at Penn Charter, established this attend Penn Charter. This fund award in 1961. Each year since the honors the school’s tradition of Established in 2000 by Thelma award was established, a current scholarship and celebrates the V. Karr GP ’02, ’05, Robert L. Jr. student benefits from the income of OPC ’75 and Susan Karr Nydick Frameworks for the Future campaign. this fund and is enabled to receive an P ’02, ’05, and Christine P. and “excellent education.” Andrew F. OPC ’98 and Katherine G. Evans Robert L. Nydick Sr. GP ’02, ’05 in J. Morris and Anne Evans memory of Streeper Karr III and in Fred E. and Minerva Braemer Walter C. and Jane F. Evans Hon. 1689 recognition of the vital importance N. Randolph OPC ’32 and Alison OPC ’93 and Charles E. Cooper of scholarship aid for William Penn William L. OPC ’23 Cressman Megan E. OPC ’95 and Ryan Kafer Charter School. Memorial Scholarship Fund Class of 1955 Thelma and Streeper Karr Established in 1978 by their sister Scholarship Fund Robert L. Sr. and Christine P. Nydick William Mary C. McLear to honor her brothers Nelson and William. The fund was established by the class Robert L. Jr. OPC ’75 and Susan K. Nydick Penn Charter SChool 7 in 2005 on the occasion of their Report Gifts of 50th reunion. The fund recognizes Class of 1967 William Anthony Gubicza the important role of scholarship 2006–2007 Scholarship Fund Gawthrop in the school’s history and is an Scholarship Fund Mark S. Gubicza OPC ’81 expression of gratitude and abiding established this fund in the memory On the occasion of their 20th reunion, affection for their alma mater. of his father, Anthony Gubicza, a the Class of 1967 established a former assistant baseball coach at Franklin H. OPC ’55 and Sandra Bates scholarship fund to recognize Penn Charter. The income from this William V. Bault OPC ’55 what they had received from Penn fund will help a Penn Charter student John J. Bevan OPC ’55 Charter and to provide financial from the 21st Ward of Philadelphia Charles OPC ’55 and Barbara S. Clayton assistance to those who follow. with financial aid. Both Mark and Jarret N. and Stephanie Cohane his father have been supportive of William T. OPC ’55 and Sharon J. Commons Franklyn Sharpless OPC ’35 the school’s baseball program. Alfred J. OPC ’55 and Marcia Cooke Memorial Scholarship Fund Edward B. OPC ’55 and Helen F. Fiske Established in 1950 by Mrs. Samuel Joseph J. OPC ’85 and Sarah Gleason Matthew W. OPC ’55 and Patricia Freeman F. Sharpless in memory of her son Mark S. OPC ’81 and Lisa Gubicza Harry L. J. OPC ’55 and Elizabeth W. Garrett First Lieutenant Franklyn Sharpless, Jacob A. Dresden and Earl W. OPC ’55 and Kathryn Glazier who lost his life in World War II. Stephen R. Mazda Albert E. OPC ’55 and Renne Gorman Scholarship Fund Robert L. OPC ’55 and Elizabeth E. Gray Louis Savino Stephen R. Mazda OPC ’75 Donald P. OPC ’55 and Beryl Gutekunst Scholarship Fund established this scholarship fund to Craig B. OPC ’55 and Linda Harlan Established in 2001 through the honor former Assistant Headmaster Jeffrey A. OPC ’55 and Gretchen A. Heebner generous support of students, faculty, Jacob A. Dresden, who was Steve’s Charles B. Humes OPC ’55 parents, alumni, friends and his teacher at Penn Charter and is his Donald A. Jordan OPC ’55 * family, this fund honors Louis Savino, friend today. This fund honors all Richard M. OPC ’55 and Sylvia Lehman a member of the Class of 2003, who
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 F r a m e w o r k s F o r t h e F u t u r e Endowed Funds and Gifts continued died suddenly while in 10th grade Lisa D. Kabnick and John H. McFadden Michael S. and Carole L. E. Seider at Penn Charter. A well-known Theodore H. and Wendy N. Kapnek Ronald J. and Deborah Shaffer and loved student, Lou had a deep Richard A. and Debra Karpf Geoffrey H. OPC ’75 and Kim Shields affection for music and service to C. Scott OPC ’67 and Danielle V. Kulicke David and Charleen Slobodinsky others. The Louis Savino Scholarship David J. OPC ’82 and Jennifer A. Kurtz Donald A. and Maria T. Smith is awarded to a 10th grader who Abelardo and Lynne Lechter Michael and Denise M. Speranza has demonstrated strong academic Rachel B. Levin James S. OPC ’75 and Jill W. Still achievement, has excelled in either Donald M. and Victoria Levinson Davood and Fariba Tashayyod music or service learning, and who, Steven M. and Pamela B. Levinson Alan H. and Joyce F. Torchon without financial assistance, would Paul R. and Leslie Lewis Curtis O. and Pamela Townsend be unable to attend Penn Charter. Hamid and Denise Mabsoute Frank D. and Jean H. Wallace Peter Appelbaum and Beth E. Becker Kathleen J. MacKnight George E. and Christina E. Woody Patricia D. and Robert E. Austin Royden M. and Carey Maloumian Charles R. and Patricia Wright Marylousie Babett Francis J. Jr. and Edna May McGarvey Richard A. OPC ’69 and Claudia F. Balderston Joan McIlvaine Hon. 1689 G. Davis Greene Memorial Scholarship Fund Frederick H. OPC ’73 and Melanie W. Bartlett Marc W. and Laura K. McKenna Thomas G. and Patricia Bell Matthew T. OPC ’86 * and Rebecca T. Miller Established in 1981 by G. Davis David and Dorothy F. Binswanger Gregory B. and Susan T. Moore Greene Jr. OPC ’49 and Donald Stephen A. Bonnie OPC ’66 Judith and William Morrow L. Greene OPC ’51 to honor Matthew J. and Maxine L. Comisky Levon N. and Claudia J. Nazarian their father. Stuart F. OPC ’73 and Marcia E. K. Conston Barry and Elaine M. Neff Donald L. OPC ’51 and Abigail D. Greene Joan B. Costello Hon. 1689 Mark and Kathlene Nissenbaum G. Davis OPC ’49 and Ann N. Greene Stewart and Kathleen R. Dalzell Jeffrey P. Orleans OPC ’64 The Philadelphia Foundation Steve and Ollie Davidson Louis S. and Mal Pearlstein Don and Nancy Donaghy Hon. 1689 Penn Charter Community Class of 1978 Jeffrey S. and Susan J. Falkoff Michaela K. and Anthony J. Petrone Scholarship Fund Mark and Bonita Friedman Sidney and Sandra B. Portnoy The Class of 1978, in honor of William W. Roderick and Pamela B. Gagne Alan M. and Carol M. Prushan their 25th reunion, established a 7 Penn Charter SChool James C. OPC ’75 and Janine M. F. Garvey Russell C. and Marianne Raphaely scholarship fund to help children Report Gifts William L. and Wendy Gaunt Abraham C. and Sherri E. Reich who will require tuition assistance. of Bruce E. and Miriam D. Genter John D. and Theresa Rollins The class plans to make annual 2006–2007 Bruce C. OPC ’68 and Jill B. Gill Joel S. and Joan Rosen contributions to the fund. Jeffrey K. and Amy G. Harrow Norman L. and Caryl Rosenthal Roger S. OPC ’45 and Dolores E. Hillas David and Lynn M. Schwartz Kline and Specter Robert and Gayle Horn Stacey L. and Barbara J. Schwartz Scholarship Award Thomas R. Kline P ’97, ’03 and Shanin Specter OPC ’75 established this fund in honor of Lisa Slowick, Class of 1995. It is awarded on an annual basis to “an Upper School student who has striven to overcome injury, illness or significant personal hardship as exampled by Lisa.” Rev. Charles H. Long Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund Established in 1952 by Nancy M. Long to honor her husband and father of Dr. Charles H. Long III OPC ’70. Richard R. Wood Scholarship Fund This endowment fund was * deceased
  • established in 1983 in memory of Jeffrey P. OPC ’88 and Mary Beth Zieger professional lives, but perhaps more Richard Wood’s 58 years of loving Stephen C. Zieger OPC ’89 importantly, each exhibited by virtue service to the school as teacher, of his day-to-day interactions with Overseer and Clerk of Overseers. Class of 1943 his fellow man the sincere belief in Income from the fund is used to Scholarship Fund the principle that the sensitivities and provide scholarship aid to students Established in 2005 by the Class of sensibilities of each of us are worthy who otherwise could not attend 1943 in support of Frameworks for of consideration, as within each one Penn Charter. the Future and in recognition of the of us there is that which is divine. critical and historical importance Antonio A. OPC ’82 and Naomi Bentivoglio Chuck Hitschler of scholarship aid at William Penn H. Payson OPC ’35 and Charlotte Brickley and Val Erdmanis Charter School. Russell R. Dickhart OPC ’70 Scholarship Fund William B. OPC ’43 and Elizabeth Chamberlin Edward C. OPC ’70 and Susan Driscoll Established in 2004, this scholarship Hugh B. OPC ’43 * and Martha Ann Hanson William R. Evans OPC ’70 fund honors wrestling coaches The Estate of Thomas B. Harbison OPC ’43 Gerald J. OPC ’70 and Deborah B. Finerghty Chuck Hitschler and Val Erdmanis, Edward A. OPC ’43 and Priscilla MacNeal George J. OPC ’70 and Sally Hauptfuhrer members of the faculty since the William H. OPC ’43 and Jamesina B. Peirce David A. Heckman OPC ’70 late 1970s and varsity wrestling Dayton L. OPC ’70 and Debra K. Jones John H. Remer coaches since 1979. Whether on the Brantley OPC ’70 and Susan Lippincott Sevill OPC ’43 and Virginia C. Schofield wrestling mat or in the classroom, Christine Long these mentors have inspired, Joy Quill Overseers’ Nancy M. Long instructed and impressed the core Scholarship Fund Dewitt H. OPC ’70 and Catherine Montgomery values of hard work, determination Edward R. OPC ’70 and Jean D. B. Over and desire, qualities that make Established in 2003 by Joy Quill, Robert N. OPC ’70 and Jean W. Reeves winners in wrestling and in life. this scholarship supports a Chinese James H. Shacklett OPC ’70 and Patricia A. Duffy female, and secondarily an Asian Donald M. OPC ’70 and Alison F. Soloff Michael E. OPC ’85 and Dawn Bennett student. William J. OPC ’70 and Denise C. Welsh Jonathan A. OPC ’81 and Traci E. Block Stuart M. OPC ’81 and Paula Brown Carolyn J. Quill Glenn J. R. OPC ’70 and Anna R. Whitman Douglas L. OPC ’88 and Patricia B. Connor Susan H. and Albert E. Robbins William Lisker Family Louis D. OPC ’82 and Jennifer Davis Louis D. OPC ’52 and Shirley Davis Earl and Isabel Ball Scholarship Fund Penn Charter SChool 73 Joseph P. OPC ’82 and Linda Fenlin Scholarship Established in 2004 by Marc R. Report Gifts of Rodger H. OPC ’84 and Catherine Fenlin Established in honor of the parents Lisker OPC ’86 in appreciation of W. Roderick and Pamela B. Gagne of Head of School Earl J. Ball, this the excellent education that he and 2006–2007 David OPC ’85 and Jennifer Giorno fund provides support for a student his brother Gary M. Lisker OPC Glenn R. OPC ’79 and Lindsey M. Gormley throughout his or her years in the ’81 received at Penn Charter. This R. John Hack OPC ’84 Upper School. fund will provide financial assistance to a deserving Middle School or Michael OPC ’81 and Elizabeth A. Hanzelik Earl J. Hon. 1689 and Pam R. Ball Hon. 1689 Upper School student. Brian J. OPC ’82 and Loretta Lifsted Christopher J. OPC ’84 and Ellen Maguire Class of 1970 Marc OPC ’86 and Caroline E. Lisker Timothy J. Maguire OPC ’85 Scholarship Fund Joseph J. OPC ’92 and Dana Malizia Eugene L. Klenk OPC ’48 The Class of 1970 Scholarship Scholarship Fund John C. Mandler OPC ’81 Fund was established to honor Dennis P. and Janice N. McCrossen its class president, Dr. Charles Established with a bequest from the Michael H. OPC ’81 and Marcy M. Monheit Long III (1952-2004), who died estate of Dr. Eugene L. Klenk OPC Victor S. OPC ’93 and Orit Olshansky tragically. Charlie benefited from ’48 and memorial gifts from his Eric D. Rassman OPC ’96 such a scholarship during his Penn family and friends, the scholarship Reginald L. Royster OPC ’81 Charter years. The fund further will provide to a deserving student Andrew J. OPC ’84 and Jane E. Shaifer recognizes the premature passing an opportunity to receive a Penn Peter D. OPC ’82 and Amy H. Shaifer of Dr. Chip Morgan (1952-2002). Charter education. Gene was Richard J. OPC ’85 and Sandra Starynski Charlie and Chip exemplified the devoted to Penn Charter. As his Samuel C. OPC ’82 and Judy Stokes highest standards of scholarship and classmate John Fuller wrote, “He Thomas OPC ’79 and Alexandria L. Wollman sportsmanship during their years at represented the best that Penn Joseph L. OPC ’89 and Gyong Soon Wyszynski Penn Charter and in their lives. They Charter influenced, an influence that Leo J. OPC ’91 and Ivy A. Wyszynski were guided by deep respect for stayed with him throughout his life.” Paul C. and Bonnie Zieger the integrity of others. Each sought Mark A. Zieger OPC ’86 and heeded a call to service in their Anne S. Klenk
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 F r a m e w o r k s F o r t h e F u t u r e Endowed Funds and Gifts continued The Seybert Institution Scholarship Fund them academically, professionally and Scholarship Funds (I and II) Established in 1970. as a person. It is awarded to needy students who would otherwise not be Established in first in 1980 and able to attend Penn Charter. another in 1984. Kimberly A. and David A. Healy Mary Emma Milligan Charles Rupp Jr. Scholarship Memorial Scholarship Fund David J. Rosania Established by David A. Healy Memorial Scholarship Fund The Charles Rupp Jr. Memorial OPC ’86 in loving memory of Scholarship Fund was established in his wife, Kimberly, this fund Established by Laurie and Bob 1985 with a gift from his wife, Jane provides scholarship support to Rosania OPC ’82 and family in an academically and athletically memory of their father, a lifelong Rupp McPherson. talented Upper School student who educator, coach and mentor of young demonstrates a strong desire to people. During his lifetime, Mr. John A. Wall OPC ’84 Rosania worked tirelessly to help show Memorial Scholarship Fund reach his or her full potential and is committed to making the most of that “with a good education, anything In 1993, John Wall’s family his or her Penn Charter experience. is possible.” The income from this established a memorial scholarship fund will help an Upper School fund to honor the life of their son David A. Healy OPC ’86 student-athlete who demonstrates and brother, John A. Wall OPC ’84. personal commitment to meeting At Penn Charter, John Wall played John Flagg Gummere academic and athletic goals. football and lacrosse and developed Memorial Scholarship Fund an interest in writing. After The John Flagg Gummere Memorial Debra Ann Cipriani graduating from Hobart College Scholarship Fund was established to Jean Rosania as an English major, John was honor Jack Gummere’s dedication Robert L. OPC ’82 and Laurie A. Rosania pursuing a career that would have to youth. As an alumnus, teacher, enabled him to expand his talents. Thomas and Pamela Kramer coach, headmaster and friend, he Scholarship Fund It is fitting then that the recipient devoted more than 45 years to William of this scholarship fund be a student educating and helping Penn Charter Established in 2004 by Tom OPC 74 Penn Charter SChool who enjoys writing and who would be unable to attend Penn Charter students. It is fitting, therefore, that the scholarship fund that carries his ’85 and Pam Kramer as part of the Frameworks for the Future Report Gifts of without some financial assistance. name will continue his tradition of campaign and in recognition of the providing boys and girls with a Penn vital importance of making possible a 2006–2007 Michael OPC ’84 and Wendy Biront Charter education. quality education to an economically W. M. and Kathy M. Burns diverse group of students. Charles F. and Clara Cooper Joseph F. OPC ’85 and Megan Doherty W. Raymond Evans Jr. Allen L. and Judith P. Kramer Allen W. Donahower OPC ’50 Scholarship Fund Thomas D. OPC ’85 and Pamela Kramer Joseph F. OPC ’83 and Wendy Donnelly W. Raymond Evans Jr. was a Nancy Williard Lambert Alan C. OPC ’50 and Sally B. Good brilliant mathematician whose Arthur L. Price Michael J. OPC ’84 and Adria B. Hirshland contribution to Penn Charter’s Jean L. Price Christopher J. OPC ’84 and Ellen Maguire faculty was immeasurable. The fund Matthew T. OPC ’86 * and Rebecca T. Miller was established in 1967 to support Thomas P. Cope Foundation Charles M. Roberts OPC ’84 Scholarship scholarship at Penn Charter. Rennie S. OPC ’85 and Kathleen N. Rodriguez Edward Sickles Established in 1851 by members Timothy M. Wall OPC ’83 Francis B. OPC 1912 and of the Cope family in honor of William J. OPC ’50 and Anne C. Wall Mary Emma Milligan Thomas Cope, an early Philadelphia William J. OPC ’77 and Cynthia Wall Scholarship Fund merchant whose descendents were Sean M. OPC ’83 and Heidi L. Weston Overseers and made Penn Charter’s Established in 2003 in honor of Andrew D. and Kristy-Ann E. Wolfington move to its present location possible. Francis B. Milligan OPC 1912 through the generosity of his wife, Walter O. Dilks Kenny Caldwell OPC ’89 Scholarship Fund Mary Emma Milligan. “Frank always said that he got his education at Memorial Scholarship Fund Established in 1960 to support Penn Charter and learned his trade at Established in 2005 in memory of scholarship at Penn Charter. University of Pennsylvania.” This fund Kenny Caldwell by his family and aids students in their pursuit of a Penn friends, this scholarship celebrates William H. Chamberlain Charter education that will prepare the effervescent spirit, lust for life * deceased
  • and captivating personality that Mitchell L. Simon OPC ’89 and Marisa Langston Elizabeth Conwell touched all who knew and loved St. Philip Neri Catholic Youth Organization Wallace P. OPC ’50 and Deenie Cooney him. This scholarship seeks to Michael OPC ’89 and Anne Steinbrook Joan B. Costello Hon. 1689 bring to Penn Charter a student Stephen OPC ’90 and Kate Steinbrook Whitman OPC ’50 and Joy L. Cross who exemplifies Kenny’s upbeat Wayne R. and Carol T. Strasbaugh Dick and Trish Decker personality, appreciation for city Gregory E. Summers OPC ’89 Sheila, Ann and Cate Decker life, and commitment to positively Neil B. Tanner OPC ’89 and Lee V. James T. Frank OPC ’45 and Helen C. Decker influencing others. Timothy J. Tarpey OPC ’88 Russell R. Dickhart OPC ’70 Jere G. Thompson and Mary Ann Kuzma William W. OPC ’39 and Margaret R. Dickhart Hunter B. OPC ’87 and Kayla Allen Justyn G. Tokarczyk OPC ’89 Tanice and Dudley Fitzpatrick Christopher D. OPC ’89 and Stephanie W. Ball Geneva Vargas Edward A. Flood Jr. Earl J. Hon. 1689 and Pam R. Ball Hon. 1689 Elsie S. Flood Suzette Barnett Jarden Vargas Alan C. OPC ’50 and Sally B. Good Brendan J. Benzing OPC ’87 and Cynthia Harvey Kathleen L. Wallace Lloyd A. Good Jr. Christopher D. OPC ’89 and Charlotte Brasler Orville R. OPC ’87 and Tonya M. Walls Joan P. Green Allan B. Brown and Linda Saltford Andrew and Laurie Waxler Robert J. Hack OPC ’58 Monica Butler Caroline Waxler Richard C. Hassold William H. OPC ’53 and Marianne C. Bux Paul E. OPC ’89 and Jennifer Wolfson Roger A. OPC ’50 and Kathi K. Hood BVM Catholic Youth Organization James L. Kahn Alfred W. OPC ’43 * and Ruth C. Hopkin Leon D. OPC ’87 and Celika Caldwell Memorial Scholarship Fund John Kramer Joseph W. Dowling OPC ’87 Jane Kurtz Established in 1963 to support G. Anthony OPC ’60 and Helene Duffy W.B. and D.B. Laufman scholarship at Penn Charter. Daniel and Susanna Evans John W. Lord III James J. OPC ’87 and Lesley Fitzgerald Colleen Mahoney Robert W. OPC ’87 and Monica R. Frieman Grace Lloyd Foundation M. Evelyn McCoy Scholarship Margaret McElwee Elizabeth A. Glascott Hon. 1689 and Thomas G. Macy Established in 1760 to support Howard McFall Paul Goss scholarship at Penn Charter. Albert and Doris Menz William Elsie E. Goss-Caldwell Peter S. Levin OPC ’91 Richard H. Flood OPC ’50 Francis S. Middleton William and Jacqueline Munch Penn Charter SChool 75 Hezekiah Lucas Scholarship Fund Stanley and Carolyn Novak Report Gifts of William D. OPC ’87 and Marla Luterman Christopher W. Parker OPC ’50 Established in 2003, the scholarship 2006–2007 Kyree Lyons and Janie Brashares was created as an enduring legacy to Bruce and Noreen MacCullough George and Marguerite Patrick reflect Dick’s affection and loyalty Barry J. Markman OPC ’90 Helmer S. Pearson to his old school. He enjoyed young Joseph and Elizabeth Pickard Marc W. and Laura K. McKenna people very much and strongly Marguerite Pinney Graham E. OPC ’89 and Jane E. Michener believed in their individual potential Donald Pocher Wallace T. and Betty L. Miller – both academically and athletically. Julius B. OPC ’56 and Beverly Rauch Matthew T. OPC ’86 * and Rebecca T. Miller It is therefore fitting that this fund benefit a Penn Charter student who, Susan and John Rees Keith T. OPC ’88 and Sue Ellen Morris like Dick, demonstrates significant Harry G. Rieger OPC ’50 and Diana Pope Daniel L. Neducsin OPC ’87 promise and leadership both on and Ruth Robinhold Daniel R. and Luana Neducsin off the playing field. William and Deborah Rogers Steven K. Peltier OPC ’87 Gerald C. OPC ’55 * and Judith Romig James D. Phillips OPC ’90 Cary W. Ahl Carl H. III and Kathy G. Shaifer Trevor B. OPC ’87 and Megan Price Robert Allison John and Barbara Sheble Joseph J. Ragg Jr. and Cathie Driscoll John S. OPC ’50 and Jean Alsentzer Michael and Mary Ann Shouvlin Raymond Ragland Jr. and Legora E. R. Gauthney Doris Barger Lewis S. 3rd OPC ’44 and Elizabeth F. Somers Steven A. OPC ’83 and Ginger Ragland Glenn and Barbara Becker Robert J. Somers William H. OPC ’71 and Elizabeth A. Resch Peter A. Benoliel OPC ’49 and Willo Carey The Sovia Family Anthony W. OPC ’86 and Laura Rinaldi Arthur Birsh John Stevens John T. Hon. 1689 and Nancy W. Rogers Joann and Brett Bonnville Beverly Stix and Corey Stix-Tollar Thomas Rolland Louise Brawner William Stuempfig William A. Roth OPC ’89 Marjorie and Dori Breder Sunshine Media Michael J. OPC ’92 and Sarah Rudolph Wendy and Baldo Carnecchia Georgene Y. Taylor Generoso C. OPC ’88 and Mary M. Rullo Elizabeth F. and John G. Cocco John and Mona Taylor
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 F r a m e w o r k s F o r t h e F u t u r e Endowed Funds and Gifts continued Mary G. Taylor George and Barbara Theiss John OPC ’50 and Carol Tiers Ann M. Tourison A. William and Janice Trucksess Dorothy E. Truman Mary Ellen Tully Mary B.Vastine William J. OPC ’50 and Anne C. Wall James and Joyce Walsh Lee C. Weber Marilyn Welch Louis OPC ’50 and Donna L. Wiegand Bill and Margi Wiest Bruce and Elizabeth Wilson H. Curtis OPC ’50 and Constance D. Wood in the lives of others. This fund will Rennie S. Rodriguez H. Palmer Woodcock provide financial aid for a student OPC ’85 Donald and Johanna Zitto who will take full advantage of their Scholarship Fund educational opportunity. Fred F. Woerner Sr. This fund supports the Frameworks Scholarship Fund Kurt A. and Betsey L. Wenger for the Future campaign by offering scholarship support for financially Established in 1957 by Fred F. David Ackley Foundation disadvantaged student-athletes Woerner Sr., who believed in the Scholarship at Penn Charter. Established in fundamental importance of a good Established in 1812. 2005 by Rennie S. Rodriquez education. Fred hoped to provide OPC ’85 to recognize the valuable the same opportunity for a young Aimwell School interdependence of academics and scholar that was so generously given Annuity Scholarship athletics, and to ensure the diversity to his son Gen. Fred F. Woerner Jr. William and multiculturalism of this school. OPC ’51. This fund provides general Established in 1808 by the Society 76 Penn Charter SChool scholarship at Penn Charter. for Improving the Condition of Rennie S. OPC ’85 and Kathleen N. Rodriguez Report Gifts of Fred F. Jr. OPC ’51and Gennie E. Woerner the Poor for the “free instruction of female children.” Beginning in Gaskins Family Scholarship Fund 2006–2007 Thomas and Sarah Moore 1967, this fund has supported a Foundation female student at Penn Charter. The Gaskins Family Scholarship Scholarship Fund was established in 2005 to Penn Charter Faculty provide exceptional racial and Established in 1814 to support Scholarship Fund ethnic minority students who have scholarship at Penn Charter. significant financial needs with an Established by the William Penn opportunity to excel in the classroom, Marilyn Geary Charter School faculty in 2004 as well as in his or her chosen sport. and Helen Mattis as part of the Frameworks for the This fund recognizes that student- Scholarship Fund Future campaign to support worthy athletes develop strong academic students in need of financial aid. and leaderships skills, which prepare Established by J. Brandt Joel II OPC ’83 in 2005 to honor the two Penn Gwen C. and Charles Alexander them to assume vital roles in their Charter Lower School teachers that Naveena D. and Robert H. Bembry professions and in their communities. had a lasting impact on his life. Randy W. Granger Hon. 1689 and Irene E. McHenry Henry J. Gaskins and Cynthia Medina-Gaskins James W. and Barrett W. B. Hein J. Brandt II OPC ’83 and Nikki E. Joel Erin P. and Mark Hughes George C. Henrich OPC ’51 Wenger Family Cheryl Irving Scholarship Fund Scholarship Fund Michael Moulton and Toni Welch Established in 1999 to provide Kurt and Betsey Wenger P ’08 Karen S. and Frank C. Riedlmeier financial assistance to deserving established this fund in 2005 Joel S. and Joan Rosen students. to ensure the success of the Sarah L. Sharp George C. OPC ’51 and Helen D. Henrich Frameworks for the Future Catherine B. and Frank Signorello campaign and as tangible proof of James S. OPC ’75 and Jill W. Still Dr. Joel J. Roslyn their journey to make a difference Dana and Craig Toedtman Memorial Scholarship Fund * deceased
  • The fund supports financial aid- fund supports general scholarship Earl J. Hon. 1689 and Pam R. Ball Hon. 1689 worthy students, with preference for needs of the school. Ralph L. OPC ’44 and Elfrida B. Goetzenberger those who have a love of science. David W. OPC ’73 and Y. Ping S. Leebron Created in loving memory by his wife Thomas L. OPC ’76 and Elizabeth T. Conrad Jeffrey M. OPC ’80 and Therese M. Lotman and sons in 2002 for the Frameworks Gary M. OPC ’76 and Gertrud Garrettson Joan McIlvaine Hon. 1689 for the Future campaign. Andrei C. OPC ’76 and Ithza M. Gasic MCRC, The Baldwin School Adam R. OPC ’76 and Susan Guttentag Bradley E. Roslyn OPC ’02 Jeffrey T. Harbison OPC ’76 and Valerie A. Arkoosh The Class of 1982 Kyle M. Roslyn OPC ’04 William L. Kissick OPC ’76 Scholarship Fund Marshall D. Roslyn OPC ’98 James E. OPC ’76 and Leslie M. Lemonick The Class of 1982 celebrated their Priscilla R. Roslyn William N. Mebane OPC ’76 25th reunion with this fund in Scott P. Roslyn OPC ’99 Jonathan H. OPC ’76 and Elizabeth Seltzer memory and honor of classmates: Brent Sherwood OPC ’76 Ellerson Family Louis J. Brown, John E. Linck III Scholarship Fund Class of 1972 and Robert C. Rech. Gifts made Scholarship Fund to the fund demonstrate the Class Established by Brian D. Ellerson of 1982’s desire to sustain Penn OPC ’86 and his wife, Caroline T. The Class of 1972 recognizes that a Charter’s accessibility to diverse Ellerson. The fund provides need- thriving academic community relies and able students who promote the based financial assistance to gifted on talented students who speak highest qualities and character of Middle or Upper School students. from a variety of perspectives. With their old school. The fund serves to The fund, created in 2006, honors this fund created in response to the the school’s values and mission- encourage ongoing support from school’s capital campaign and in alumni and friends while providing driven commitment to help worthy recognition of their 35th reunion, and talented youth attend Penn tuition assistance to a worthy student Penn Charter will be able to enroll who would not otherwise have the Charter. a vibrant mix of the best-qualified opportunity to attend Penn Charter. Brian D. OPC ’86 and Caroline T. Ellerson students. Gary C. Adler OPC ’82 Isidor P. Strittmatter III Mark S. OPC ’72 and Patrice G. Aitken Howard J. OPC ’82 and Janice G. Bashman OPC ’74 Bruce K. Balderston OPC ’72 Antonio A. OPC ’82 and Naomi Bentivoglio William Memorial Scholarship Fund David R. OPC ’72 and Lisa M. Gilkeson Stephen J. OPC ’72 and Irene Hadley Michael A. OPC ’82 and Jody Brown Louis J. OPC ’82 and Janet G. Carboni Penn Charter SChool 77 The estate of Isidor P. Strittmatter II, father of Isidor P. Strittmatter Lewis H. OPC ’72 and Ellen H. Johnston Michael L. OPC ’82 and Wendy Concannon Report Gifts of III OPC ’74, made a generous Lawrence S. OPC ’72 and Carrie Klein Louis D. OPC ’82 and Jennifer Davis Robert J. OPC ’72 and Elisabeth LeFort Michael D. OPC ’82 and Elena A. Donahower 2006–2007 gift in 1999 to establish this fund in memory of his son. The William A. Loeb OPC ’52 Joseph P. OPC ’82 and Linda Fenlin income from this fund will provide Barry E. OPC ’82 and Kimberly Gosin scholarship to deserving students. The Earl J. Ball III Laurence S. OPC ’82 and Tina Hirshland Scholarship Fund Evan L. OPC ’82 and Sumathi R. Jones William Ryan OPC ’49 Established in 2006 in recognition George L. OPC ’82 and Devoney Justice and Casiana Ryan of his dedication and outstanding David J. OPC ’82 and Jennifer A. Kurtz Scholarship Fund service to the school for more Daniel K. Lai OPC ’82 than 30 years. By virtue of his Brian J. OPC ’82 and Loretta Lifsted Established in 2006 in honor of influence and vision, Penn Charter Andrew L. OPC ’82 and Robin Miller William H. Ryan OPC ’49 by his stays true to its mission and values Kenneth A. Murphy OPC ’82 wife, Casiana. The scholarship fulfills while continuing to be a leader in James C. OPC ’82 and Diane K. Neely their hope to provide the Penn independent school education in Michael A. OPC ’82 and Katherine Pascali Charter experience to a student who the United States. The fund, created Francis J. Peffley OPC ’82 has a talent to take full advantage of initially by a gift from the Jeff and R. Christopher OPC ’82 and Julia Raphaely the program. Therese Lotman Foundation, Christopher D. OPC ’82 and Amy P. Roak Casiana R. Schmidt encourages gifts from alumni and Robert L. OPC ’82 and Laurie A. Rosania friends as a way to honor Dr. Ball Edward J. Russell OPC ’82 Class of 1976 and support worthy students. This Frank Salley OPC ’82 Scholarship Fund fund also expresses a special gratitude George H. Schaefer OPC ’82 Established on the occasion of to Dr. Ball for the encouragement Peter D. OPC ’82 and Amy H. Shaifer the class’s 30th reunion and in and help he gave to many students, John C. Shepard OPC ’82 conjunction with the Frameworks and for his unswerving commitment Paul J. Slowik OPC ’82 for the Future capital campaign, this to financial aid. Andrew K. Smith OPC ’82
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 F r a m e w o r k s F o r t h e F u t u r e Endowed Funds and Gifts continued Samuel C. OPC ’82 and Judy Stokes James L. OPC ’82 and Patricia Walker David S. OPC ’74 and Tina W. Jones Mr. and Mrs. William Staneruck othEr EndowEd Adam T. OPC ’82 and Linda Wall Charles Yarnall Funds Library Fund Athletic Association Fund library Funds Established in 1916, this fund Established in 1927 by the late Isaac Anne Funkhouser Francis honors Charles Yarnall, who became Porter, who for 44 years headed the Library Fund an Overseer in 1839 and served school’s physical education program. Penn Charter for many years. Before This fund was established in 1981 the Gummere Library was built, the Head of School for the purpose of making the Yarnall Library bore his name. Endowed Fund Gummere Library “a vital entity in Penn Charter’s program.” The This fund’s income is directed at thoughtfulness and foresight of Mrs. Charles L. McKeehan the discretion of the head of school Francis, whose husband and two OPC 1893 for purposes supporting his or her sons graduated from Penn Charter, Library Fund vision and objectives for the future. continue to benefit our school. Established in 1929. Established in recognition of the exceptional leadership and service John Flagg Gummere of Dr. Earl J. Ball III by W. Scott Andrew R. McCown Simon OPC ’78. Library Fund Memorial In December of 1964, Penn Charter Library Fund W. Scott OPC ’78 and Jocelyn P. Simon received a gift from the Crystal Established in 1952. Trust to construct and endow a Matthew T. Miller OPC’ 86 Memorial Fund * new library building. From 1951 Pauline Trask to the mid-1960s, Penn Charter’s Library Fund See page xx. enrollment increased at such an astounding rate as to quickly This fund honors Lower School Schorsch Family outgrow the existing library. The teacher Pauline Trask, who taught at Music Fund William new facility was dedicated in the Penn Charter for 12 years and was Established in 1979 by Anita and the administrative director of the 78 Penn Charter SChool fall of 1967 and named the John F. Gummere Library, in recognition of Lower School for part of that time. Irvin Schorsch P ’73, ’79 for general support of the school’s music Report Gifts of Dr. Gummere’s outstanding service She died in an airplane accident near program and in recognition of the as Penn Charter’s headmaster and Pittsburgh in 1937. important role it plays in a liberal 2006–2007 for his great love of books. arts education. The fund is used Mary Grove McCown for general support of the school’s Dudley-Jenness Library Fund music program with preference Library Fund toward helping the orchestral and The McCown Library Collection is choral programs. Established in 1934. an outstanding collection covering all aspects of the out-of-doors – the world of nature as well as a variety Albert M. Greenfield Edwin W. and Elizabeth J. of outdoor sports. This fund was Foundation Owrid Hon. 1689 established by the parents of John Lower School Playground Library Fund Landscaping Fund McCown OPC ’36, who lost his Ed’s love of books and expert life in World War II, and Andrew This endowed fund was established leadership made the library a vital McCown Jr., who died while a to annually maintain and provide and lively part of Penn Charter. His student in the fifth grade. additional trees and plants in the wife Jean’s deep dedication to the new Lower School playground area. school and to its students is fondly Spiers and Porter remembered by our community. Library Fund Thomas P. Emmons Established in 1983, this fund honors Established in honor of the school’s OPC ’44 Ed and Jean’s contributions to the Annual Fund Endowment life of Penn Charter and supports two most notable masters – Isidore the library they loved so much. H. B. Spiers, French and English Established in 2003 with a bequest master for 44 years (1885-1929) and from Tom Emmons, this endowed Sarah Owrid Allison Isaac W. Porter, artist and physical fund supports Penn Charter’s Emma Owrid Betta education teacher for 44 years Annual Fund yearly. Gail Hoffman (1886-1930), “a maker of men.” The Estate of Thomas P. Emmons OPC ’44 * deceased
  • Endowed Fund for (1933-52). The fund supports in 2007 in memory of classmate Counseling orchestral music and the general Michael McDonald. In support of the music program with the objective of Frameworks for the Future Campaign, Established in 2005 by Stuart and maintaining a high quality program the fund will help develop and Deborah Kurtz. The fund recognizes for future generations. support the emotional intelligence the importance of the role of social and emotional development in the of Penn Charter’s students. Peter A. Benoliel OPC ’49 and Willo Carey education of the total person as Andrew S. Atkins OPC ’92 Penn Charter prepares students for a The Peace and Justice Fund Jonathan A. Bach OPC ’92 successful and meaningful life. This This fund is created to teach and Jessica M. Bender OPC ’92 fund supports the general expenses nurture the school’s core values Catherine L. OPC ’92 and Charles S. Cantlin of the school’s counseling program, of peace, justice, equality and Anna V. Davis OPC ’92 and Jeff Bond including, but not limited to, salaries, acceptance. Income is available Matthew M. Donnelly OPC ’92 speakers and consultants. for curriculum development and Rachel OPC ’92 and Jonathan Dyer Randi S. Garnick materials as well as outside speakers W. Todd Goulding OPC ’92 Samuel D. and Susan G. Gordon and resource leaders. Established Robert E. Jaffe OPC ’92 Stuart B. and Deborah G. Kurtz anonymously in 2006, this fund Aaron S. Kesselheim OPC ’92 and Jennifer Cohn Sage Financial Group encourages gifts from alumni William F. OPC ’62 and Leslie MacDonald and friends concerned for peace Charles Thomas Maclary and justice. David M. OPC ’92 and Alison Mandell OPC ’21 David E. OPC ’92 and Courtney Moran Music Fund Mr. and Mrs. Dean Adler Mark T. Morze OPC ’92 Established by Peter A. Benoliel OPC Andrew A. and Marji R. Goldman Michael J. OPC ’92 and Sarah Rudolph ’49 in 2005 to honor and recognize Zachary W. Salkin OPC ’92 Class of 1992 Michael Chad H. OPC ’92 and Kelly Simon Charles T. Maclary’s leadership in developing a highly respected McDonald Fund * Jonathan F. Teaford OPC ’92 program of music during his tenure Established by the Class of 1992 Julie K. OPC ’92 and Samuel G. Walters William Penn Charter SChool 79 Report Gifts of 2006–2007
  • RepoRt of Gifts 2006-2007 Pinehurst Society Named for the East Falls farm that became the site of the majority of our present-day campus, the Pinehurst Society was established to recognize those alumni, parents and friends who have generously provided for Penn Charter through a planned gift or bequest. This includes those loyal supporters who have named Penn Charter as a beneficiary in wills, trusts or life insurance policies or who participate in our Gift Annuity, Charitable Remainder Trust or Pooled Income Fund programs. These gifts strengthen the school’s endowment in areas such as faculty support, scholarship and facility enhancement. alumni Class of 1941 Norman L. Barr Class of 1958 Michael E. Cushmore Class of 1983 Thomas F. Monaghan Class of 1924 Agustin J. Pocock George W. Linn Richard Lippincott Edwin A. Weihenmayer Class of 1985 Class of 1943 Thomas D. Kramer Class of 1926 William B. Chamberlain 3rd Class of 1961 Wilmer C. Swartley Frank S. Craig Leonard C. Schwarz Class of 1992 Joseph W. Zuggi Class of 1928 Edward A. MacNeal Class of 1963 Robert H. Bates Class of 1944 Jacques P. Fiechter Class of 1996 Charles Kurz Domingo P. Negron Class of 1930 Thomas T. Fleming Robert C. Porter * Richard Hegel Class of 1964 Lewis S. Somers 3rd Edward L. Corson paRents and Class of 1931 fRiends Charles A. Ernst Class of 1945 Class of 1965 Theodore S. Coxe John F. Hutchinson B. James and Susan S. Cake Class of 1932 T. Frank Decker Barbara R. L. Davis Carl Wilkening Class of 1966 Jane F. Evans Roger S. Hillas Stephen A. Bonnie Jeanne J. Fleming Class of 1934 Joseph L. McKinney Stephen V. Gibbs David M. and Susan H. Goodner William G. Berlinger Allen F. Steere Class of 1946 Neil R. and Anne C. Gottehrer William Class of 1935 William Balderston John M. Wilson Randy W. Granger 80 Penn Charter SChool Lawrence Miller-Ryle Class of 1947 Class of 1967 and Irene E. McHenry Report Gifts Harry S. Cherken Ralph and Muriel Gunther Class of 1936 James C. Balderston of J. Marshall Evans Edward C. Driscoll Michael J. Ross David A. and Stephanie D. 2006–2007 John E. Newlin * Class of 1970 Hockensmith Class of 1948 Cheryl Irving Dewitt H. Montgomery Class of 1938 Frederick S. Allen Nancy and John Kelley Richard P. Brown Class of 1971 Allen L. and Judith P. Kramer Robert P. Thompson Class of 1949 Randolph C. Barba M. Albert and Joan Linton Peter A. Benoliel Charles H. Kleinhenn Wallace T. Miller Class of 1939 Robert P. Hauptfuhrer J. Seth H. Cruice Mary Emma Milligan Byron G. King Class of 1972 Robert C. McAdoo John M. and Donna Murray George A. Buffum John S. Wurts Class of 1951 Lewis H. Johnston Carolyn J. Quill Donald L. Greene Casianna R. Schmidt Class of 1940 George C. Henrich Class of 1973 Marion S. Schuenemann Peter Randall Frederick H. Bartlett Margery M. Smith Class of 1952 Robert J. Marquess Jean O. Swihart William A. Loeb Class of 1974 Jo and John White Class of 1955 David S. Jonas Marjorie L. Winokur John J. Bevan Earl W. Glazier Class of 1975 The school received bequest gifts Stephen R. Mazda this past year from the estates of Robert L. Gray Paul Allen OPC ’33, David H. Rosenbaum Class of 1976 Raymond Frick OPC ’32, Thomas M. Twitmyer Brent Sherwood Robert W. Sayre OPC ’33, Class of 1957 Class of 1980 Gerald Tattersfield OPC ’16, George M. Dolan Frank L. Lippo and Katie Z. B. Tattersfield.
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