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IN THIS ISSUE: carondelet neurological institute fundraising underway jim click, jr. named honorary chair

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In this issue: pg.2 Carondelet Neurological Institute (CNI)

pg.4 Neurological Patient Shares Positive Experience NFL Player Bruschi Endorses Institute

pg.5 Jim Click, Jr. Named Honorary Chair

pg.6 Artist Donates Quilt to Hospice

pg.7 Specialized Burn Care Ends, Community Service Endures

pg.8 St. Mary’s New Emergency Center Improves Care

pg.9 Carondelet Hospitals Named Accredited Chest Pain Centers

pg.10 Gift Boosts St. Mary’s Cardiac Care Ways to Give: Life Insurance

pg.11 Ways to Give: IRA Foundation Staff & Volunteer Announcements

Carondelet Foundation raises, manages and allocates charitable funds to Carondelet Health Network and its communities to support Carondelet’s charitable activities and the healthcare mission of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. Carondelet Health Network is an affiliate of Ascension Health, the largest not-for-profit healthcare system in the country. As a not-forprofit organization, Carondelet relies on community support to sustain and enhance our mission in Southern Arizona. Quest is produced by Carondelet Foundation. Pamela Doherty, MPH, CFRE, Chief Executive Officer, Carondelet Foundation 520-873-5010 / [email protected] Editor Nancy McCluskey-Moore Writer Becky McKee Evans, McEvans Communications Design & Layout Wendy Rager, Desert Graphics of Elgin, AZ

pg.12 Donor Acknowledgements

Our Mission: Carondelet Foundation’s mission is to build supportive relationships through philanthropy, stewardship and education, which sustain and enhance the community’s trust in Carondelet Health Network.

About the cover: Dr. Eric Sipos, Medical Director, Carondelet Neurological Institute, looks forward to using operating rooms equipped with the Brain SUITE iCT. The Institute will have the first intra-operative CT scanning surgery theatre in North America. Photo courtesy of Balfour Walker Photography

Copyright © November 2008

A Note from the CEO Photo courtesy of Balfour Walker Photography

Dear Friends, As our nation faces economic challenges, we feel the impact in the healthcare industry and we know our patients do, too. Across the country, hospitals are postponing capital improvements. Some cannot bear additional expenses or access required funding, while others are experiencing rapidly rising interest rates on their existing debt. From a consumer standpoint, an increasing number of individuals and families are unable to pay for medical treatment, or afford preventive care or much-needed prescriptions. Though Carondelet Health Network remains a strong, financially viable organization, we also are facing challenges on several fronts and are carefully re-evaluating plans for new construction and program expansions. We want to ensure that our investments meet the current and future needs of the communities we serve. Fortunately, this assessment is part of a larger Network strategic planning process that will enable Carondelet to define its direction for the next 10 years. Carondelet has served Southern Arizonans for close to 130 years. We remain deeply committed to fulfilling our healing mission of compassionate, spiritually based care well into the next century – and beyond. In the coming months, Carondelet Foundation will provide you with information regarding the size, scope, and timing of our projects and the fundraising plans to support them.

Carondelet has served Southern Arizonans for close to 130 years. We remain deeply committed to fulfilling our healing mission of compassionate, spiritually based care well into the next century – and beyond.

There is plenty of good news. In this issue of Quest, we are pleased to share details about our fundraising efforts for the Carondelet Neurological Institute. The Institute will bring vital medical services to Southern Arizona, eliminating the need for people to leave our city to receive comprehensive neurological care. We are proud to be supporting a project that will have such a significant influence on the health and well being of our community. If you would like to learn more about the Carondelet Neurological Institute, or tour the facility, please call us. It would be my pleasure to personally share our exciting plans with you. Sincerely, Pamela Doherty, MPH, CFRE Chief Executive Officer

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Carondelet Neurological Institute Fundraising Efforts Underway to Support Bold Vision

According to neurosurgeon Robert Goldfarb, MD, FACS, “The Institute will enable Southern Arizonans to receive vital neurological care right here in Tucson.”

Carondelet Foundation now is in the midst of a $14 million campaign called “Fulfilling the Promise” to support the Carondelet Neurological Institute. On any given night, the need to quickly access lifesaving neurological care can arise for anyone in Southern Arizona. A stroke or a serious head or spinal injury requires immediate attention because delays in treatment can potentially result in permanent damage, paralysis or even death. Consider the following statistics: stroke is the third leading cause of death in the United States and one of the major causes of serious, long-term disability among adults.1 Every 15 seconds, a person in the United States sustains a brain injury. In a city the size of Tucson, approximately 40 people per year injure their spinal cord. 2 Until now, Tucson has lacked a coordinated, comprehensive approach to providing neurological care to local residents. In fact,

over the past few years hundreds of patients have been flown from Tucson to Phoenix, Flagstaff, San Diego or Albuquerque because the neurological care they needed was not immediately available. The Carondelet Neurological Institute was designed to close this gap in the region’s healthcare delivery system. Carondelet, working with some of Arizona’s top neurologists, neurosurgeons, and neuro-specialists, has developed a bold vision for transforming neurological care in our region with multi-disciplinary, technologically-integrated care offered around the clock. The Institute, headquartered on the campus of St. Joseph’s Hospital, will offer patients a seamless continuum of care, including diagnosis, surgery, inpatient care, outpatient treatment and rehabilitation services. This will provide patients and their family

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2007; American Heart Association, 2007 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, 2006

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members with much needed comfort and convenience, close to home. Currently, the Institute has a dedicated 42-private-bed neurological inpatient center, including a 12-bed critical care center. Coming online this winter are operating rooms that will feature state-of-the-art Brain Lab Intraoperative CT scanning technology. This will permit on-the-spot imaging, allowing the surgeon to instantaneously review the results for fast, accurate decision making. The Institute will be the first facility in North America to implement this technology. Through inpatient and outpatient centers and programs, medical personnel will treat patients suffering from a variety of neurological illnesses and conditions, including: • Stroke • Brain injury • Tumors of the brain and spinal cord • Balance disorders, such as vertigo and dizziness • Movement disorders, such as Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis • Seizure disorders, such as epilepsy • Spine disorders and injuries • Memory disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease Carondelet’s capital investment in the Institute is $27 million to date, and philanthropy is a vital component of the plan. While visitors to the campus of St. Joseph’s Hospital will see that significant progress has been made in the Institute’s development, there is still considerable work to be done for programs and services to continue to come online over the next several months and years. Gifts made to the capital campaign will enable the Carondelet Neurological Institute to provide neurological patients with high quality care, right here in Tucson. Robert Goldfarb, MD, FACS, and Christina Konetes, RN, Clinical Nurse Leader, confer in the new Carondelet Neurological Institute inpatient unit.

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Neurological Patient Shares Positive Experience Lee Schnebly is a multi-talented woman. A retired certified mental-health counselor, she is the author of three books on personal happiness and successful marriages and a sought-after speaker. A gifted piano player, Lee performs at McMahon’s Prime Steakhouse. She’s the mother of four and grandmother of three and is the wife – for 55 years – of retired Tucson broadcast personality Larry Schnebly. Lee was also one of Carondelet Neurological Institute’s first patients. She spent five days in the Inpatient Neurological Unit at St. Joseph’s Hospital in June, where she underwent delicate spinal surgery. Now fully recovered, Lee bestows high praise upon the care and results she experienced. “I adore my surgeon, Dr. Matthew Wilson, and all the nurses were absolutely wonderful,” says Lee. “The staff was attentive and caring, and the spacious and private recovery room was so comfortable.” Having heard many grim stories about back surgery, Lee was prepared for a grueling experience when she entered the hospital. However, she was amazed to find that her pain was minimal and her recovery was very fast. “It was a piece of cake,” she notes.

Lee Schnebly, counselor, author, pianist and recovered Institute patient

At 76 years old, Lee’s healing has been remarkable and complete. She says she is pleased that her doctor recommended the Carondelet Neurological Institute because the care she received made all the difference in her outcome. “I’ve bounced back fully,” she says. “I have total autonomy, which is a wonderful thing.”

NFL Player Bruschi Endorses Institute New England Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi, a former U of A Wildcat, believes the Carondelet Neurological Institute will be of great benefit to the health and well being of Southern Arizonans. He should know. Three years ago Bruschi suffered a stroke. Fortunately, in Boston he was able to quickly access the exceptional neurological care that was essential to his full recovery. Bruschi’s experience taught him how critical it is for neurological patients to have immediate access to the right care. Receiving treatment during the “golden hour,” the first 60 minutes following the injury, can prevent serious permanent injury or even death.

Tedy Bruschi, New England Patriot linebacker and former U of A Wildcat

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Bruschi recently filmed a television spot on behalf of Carondelet Foundation endorsing the Neurological Institute. He encourages others to support the Carondelet Neurological Institute’s efforts to provide the type and level of care that enabled him to resume his NFL career.

Jim Click, Jr. Named Honor ary Chair of “Fulfilling the Promise” Campaign

Carondelet Foundation is pleased to announce that Jim Click, Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer of Jim Click Automotive Group, will serve as Honorary Chair of the Foundation’s multi-million dollar fundraising campaign for the Carondelet Neurological Institute. Since 1971, Mr. Click has owned car dealerships in Tucson. Today he and his cousin, Bob Tuttle, co-own Tucson dealerships for Ford, LincolnMercury, Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, Mazda, Nissan, and Hyundai. They also own dealerships in Orange County, California. As a very visible Tucson philanthropist, Mr. Click has lent his support to many organizations, including Junior Achievement, Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson, Salpointe Catholic High School, and the University of Arizona Foundation, to name just a few. As Chairman of the Capital Campaign for Primavera Builders, he raised the money to build a new training center for the homeless. According to Pamela Doherty, Chief Executive Officer of Carondelet Foundation, “Carondelet Neurological Institute is vital to this community and philanthropy is critical to achieving the Institute’s mission. As a not-forprofit healthcare provider, Carondelet Health Network relies on community support to fulfill our ever-expanding mission. We are most excited about Mr. Click’s commitment to help us meet our fundraising goals.”

Jim Click, Jr., President and CEO of Jim Click Automotive Group


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Artist Donates Quilt to Hospice

Drift, a quilt designed by Annie Helmerick-Louder, is being donated to the Carondelet Hospice Inpatient Unit.

that this quilt should find its home there.” The work will be presented to Carondelet Hospice by Connie’s granddaughter, Faith Boice. Carondelet Hospice is grateful for the gift of this treasured work of art. “We are all looking forward to the quilt’s addition to the calming environment we are envisioning,” says Hospice Director Bonnie Knobloch. As the renovation for the Carondelet Hospice Inpatient Unit progresses, the focus remains on creating a place of serenity, comfort and beauty. The renovation, with an estimated completion of midJanuary 2009, will create 11 private patient rooms in a comfortable home-like setting. A special work of art, a quilt entitled Drift, now will be displayed in the unit thanks to the generosity of textile artist Annie Helmericks-Louder.

The Hospice renovation is being made possible through charitable giving and will help Carondelet fulfill its mission of providing compassionate end-of-life care for Tucson, Green Valley and Santa Cruz County residents. The Carondelet Hospice and Palliative Care Inpatient Unit is located west of St. Mary’s Hospital.

According to Helmericks-Louder, the quilt is the last in a series of works entitled My Mother’s Madera. This series commemorates and celebrates the life of the artist’s mother, writer Constance “Connie” Helmericks. When Connie was diagnosed with terminal breast cancer more than 20 years ago, Carondelet Hospice provided care and services to Connie and her family. Helmerick-Louder says that it is rewarding for her “. . . to donate Drift to the hospice that served my mother so well in her last days of life. I have never forgotten the kindnesses there when my family had such need. It is fitting 6  / Q u e s t M a g a z i n e

Architect’s conceptual rendering of a renovated Hospice patient room

Specialized Burn Care Progr am Ends, Community Service Endures

A young burn survivor enjoys rockclimbing at Camp Courage, Arizona Children’s Burn Camp.

Carondelet Foundation offers heartfelt gratitude to our donors for their 40 years of giving to the Carondelet St. Mary’s Burn Program. On September 1, 2008, Carondelet discontinued offering specialized burn care services at the hospital, but will continue to provide and support community-wide burn prevention, outreach, and education programs in Southern Arizona. Over the last two years, St. Mary’s has sustained a part-time burn care program while working diligently to establish a full-service local burn program for the residents of Pima and Santa Cruz counties. However, a low patient volume, difficulty recruiting a full-time medical director, and the operational and clinical requirements to develop and sustain a full-time program led to the decision to discontinue this program. A burn triage process and transfer relationship already exists with the

A r i z on a Bu r n Center in Maricopa County. As has been the case for the last few years, burn patients will be evaluated to determine if their cont i nued c a re requires them to be transferred to the Arizona Burn Center. However, t he St. Ma r y ’s hospital-based program will continue to care for patients with complex wounds.

Carondelet Foundation will provide ongoing support for Carondelet Health Network’s future burn prevention, outreach and education efforts, including bringing the National Fire Protection Association’s fire prevention program to local pre-school age children. The Foundation also will continue to allocate funds to send children from Tucson to the week-long Arizona Children’s Burn Camp each summer, as it has for more than a decade. Each year approximately 15 to 20 local children are sent by Carondelet to join one hundred

other young burn survivors to attend “Camp Courage,” located in the Prescott National Forest. At Camp Courage, children who have been hospitalized for their burn injuries can relax and play in a safe and healing setting. Kathleen Jones, Certified Child Life Specialist with Carondelet Health Network, serves on the committee that organizes the camp. “We have one of the nation’s largest and most dynamic camps for pediatric burn patients. It offers them a week of horseback riding, mountain biking, fishing, swimming, performing skits, making crafts, and pushing their personal skills during the ropes course.” Jones continues, “Since the children are in various stages of recovery, volunteers are trained to provide them with psychological, physical, and medical support. The experience provides them with a much needed respite from the emotional and physical trauma they have endured.”

Canoeing allows children who have survived serious burns to relax in a safe, healing environment.

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St. Mary’s New Emergency Center Improves Patient Care

Three years ago, a new 30,000 square foot, state-of-the-art Emergency Center opened at St. Mary’s Hospital. The direct result of the many generous donations made to the Foundation’s four-year Matter of Life campaign, the Emergency Center is now the largest in Tucson with 54 private beds. The Center serves an average of 54,000 patients each year, a 7% increase over the annual prerenovation caseload. To accommodate a larger patient volume, the Center has an expanded Specially designed areas area in which to triage cases, ensuring facilitate prompt treatment the most severe conditions are treated of acute conditions promptly. A “fast track” system is used to expedite treatment and discharge of simpler, non-emergency cases. To improve operational efficiency, a computerized patient status tracking system manages patient flow from admission to discharge. In addition to treating more patients, the quality of care provided at the Emergency Center has been improved with rooms specially designed and equipped to treat shock and trauma, cardiopulmonary arrest, and other acute conditions. Patient and staff safety has been improved with areas designated for decontaminating patients exposed

An expanded nurse’s station in the Emergency Center serves as “command central” for patient tracking and care.

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to toxic substances and for the isolation of patients with infectious diseases or behavioral health issues. The Emergency Center’s medical staff is working to further improve patient satisfaction and the overall quality of care by implementing “It’s Okay to Ask,” a program that encourages patients and their families to be actively involved in their care. Uninsured patients also receive assistance in finding a “medical home” that can provide primary care following discharge. Day in and day out, emergency rooms throughout the country are struggling to keep up with the demand for their services. Tucson is no exception, especially during the winter months. However, our local situation would be far worse if it were not for our communityminded donors who made the new St. Mary’s Emergency Center a reality.

Carondelet Hospitals Named First Accredited Chest Pain Centers Tucson Heart, St. Mary’s and St. Joseph’s Hospitals are now Accredited Chest Pain Centers, as certified by the Society of Chest Pain Centers. These hospitals are currently the only ones in Southern Arizona to earn this distinction, which acknowledges a hospital’s commitment to improving care for patients with acute coronary syndromes and acute heart failure. Heart attacks are the leading cause of death with 600,000 Americans dying annually of heart disease.1 More than five million Americans visit hospitals each year with chest pain. Carondelet is working to educate the public about heart attack symptoms so people know when to call 911. This is important because when minutes count, a quick, systematic response offers the best chance for a good outcome. Hospitals accredited by the Society of Chest Pain Centers have been shown to perform better in the heart attack core measures established by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services as compared to nonaccredited hospitals, according to a national study led by an Emory University researcher. Findings were reported in the July 9, 2008 issue of Science Daily. 1

Common Warning Signs of a Heart Attack • Pain – which may also be felt in the arms, neck, tooth, jaw, or back – or tightness, burning, squeezing, or heaviness in the chest that lasts more than a few minutes OR goes away and then returns. Sometimes called the “elephant sitting on my chest” feeling. • Chest discomfort with fainting, lightheadedness, nausea, shortness of breath, or sweating O t h e r Wa r n i n g Si g n s

• Unusual pain in the chest, abdomen, or stomach • Fast or uneven heartbeat or pulse • Sweating for no reason; pale, gray, or clammy skin • Any new or worsening chest pain (for example, lasts longer or occurs more frequently) Si g n s Mor e C o m m o n I n Wo m e n t h a n M e n

American Heart Association, 2007

• An uneasy feeling in the chest along with: o Unexplained or extreme anxiety o Unusual fatigue or weakness o Fluttering heartbeats o Severe indigestion (an antacid doesn’t help) Wh e n a Wa r n i n g Si g n O c c u r s . . . Ta k e Ac t i o n !

• Quickly dial 911 to get emergency help – don’t wait to see if the pain goes away • Unlock your door so emergency help can get inside if you are unconscious

A rapid response to a potential heart attack can save lives and reduce damage to the heart.

• If you can’t call 911, have someone drive you to a hospital immediately. Don’t drive yourself unless you have NO other choice. • Take an aspirin (IF you are NOT allergic to it or have another medical condition that might make this risky). Chew and swallow one adult aspirin or four children’s chewable aspirin.

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Gift from Dr. DeSando Boosts St. Mary’s Cardiac Care C. James DeSando, Jr., MD, recently retired from practicing cardiology in Tucson for more than 35 years. Because his interest in the health and welfare of the Tucson community continues, he recently

contributed funds to purchase a stateof-the-art echocardiography machine for St. Mary’s Hospital. (Echocardiography is a diagnostic test that uses ultrasound waves to create an image of the heart.)

Gifts of Life Insurance

Making a gift of life insurance may be a convenient and beneficial way to support the healing ministry of Carondelet Health Network. There are two basic ways to make this type of gift. The first option is for the donor to retain ownership of the policy and name Carondelet Foundation as a beneficiary (primary, partial or contingent) by updating the beneficiary form with the insurance company. This type of gift does not involve a transfer of ownership. The gift is not completed until the

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In addition to the new echocardiography machine, Dr. DeSando donated funds to purchase other equipment and numerous upgrades and software installations to enhance cardiology services at St. Mary’s. Eventually physicians working in their practice offices will be able to quickly and conveniently access electronic patient data obtained in the lab. Dr. DeSando’s gift was recently recognized at a dedication ceremony at the St. Mary’s Spalding Echocardiology Lab, where he shared his excitement that the new system will bring a greater level of service to the cardiologists, staff and patients at St. Mary’s Hospital. His wife, Monica Pilar, added “We have a philosophy about giving back to our community and decided that we didn’t want to wait. We wanted to make this a ‘living gift’ that could be of service during our lives.”

Dr. DeSando and Odette Bolano, CEO of St. Mary’s, attended a ceremony to acknowledge his generous donation.

Ways To Give 

This addition is the third machine for St. Mary’s Echocardiology Lab and will enable the hospital to serve more patients and provide information to patients faster.

donor passes away, and the beneficiary designation may be revoked at any time. The estate of the donor would receive a charitable deduction for the amount distributed to charity. The second option for making a gift of life insurance is for the donor to make Carondelet Foundation the owner of the policy. In this situation, a transfer of ownership must be made with the issuing insurance company. Depending on the type and status of the policy, the donor will receive an immediate tax deduction when the ownership is assigned and the gift is made.

Ways To Give  When President Bush signed the $700 billion economic bailout bill recently (H.R. 1424, The Financial Rescue Package), it included a two-year extension of the IRA Rollover provision. The provision will be made retroactive to January 1, 2008, and will apply to gifts made from that date through December 31, 2009. Taxpayers age 70½ and older are required to make annual distributions from their IRAs. The distributions are included in the taxpayers’ adjusted gross income, and taxpayers pay taxes on them. The IRA Charitable Rollover permits taxpayers to make donations directly to Carondelet Foundation (and other charitable organizations) from their IRAs without counting them as part of their Adjusted

IRA Charitable Rollover

Gross Income (AGI) and, consequently, without paying taxes on them. The following guidelines apply: • Donation Limit: A donor’s total combined charitable IRA rollover contributions cannot exceed $100,000 in any one year. • Eligible Retirement Accounts: Distributions can only be made from traditional Individual Retirement Accounts or Roth IRAs. Charitable donations from 403(b) plans, 401(k) plans, pension plans, and other retirement plans are ineligible for the tax-free treatment. • Distributions must be made directly from the IRA administrator payable to Carondelet Foundation.

• The legislation pertains to lifetime transfers only. For more information on how to make a gift of life insurance or through your IRA, please contact Mary Louise Luna, Manager of Planned Giving, at 520-873-5006.

Foundation Staff and Volunteer Announcements Sa n di Mo om e y Joi n s a s M a n ag er of O p er at ion s

Sr . M a rg a r e t A n n e Von der a h e , C SJ , to Su p p or t D onor O u t r e ac h

In her new role, Sandi Moomey will be responsible for overseeing dayto-day operations at the Foundation office, including finance, events, and marketing. She brings to this position more than 20 years of experience as a nonprofit leader. Previously she spent five years as the Tucson Director for the Arthritis Foundation. Prior to moving to Tucson, Sandi served more than 12 years with Old World Wisconsin, one of the nation’s leading living history museums, where she was Executive Director of the Old World Wisconsin Foundation, near Milwaukee.

Sister Margaret Anne will assist Foundation staff on various activities, including visiting donors, making phone calls and writing notes of appreciation for the many generous gifts we receive in support of our healthcare mission. She comes to this volunteer position with an extensive background in teaching and administration in some of the California educational facilities of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet on elementary, secondary and college levels. This year she celebrates fifteen years as a certified hospital chaplain at Carondelet St. Mary’s and St. Joseph’s Hospitals.  Since retiring in December, Sister continues to volunteer as a chaplain at St. Mary’s Hospital. 

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Thank You to Our Donors Carondelet Health Network’s mission to provide exceptional, compassionate service to our community is furthered by the generous support of our donors. In this issue, the Foundation gratefully acknowledges gifts received April 1, 2008 through September 30, 2008. For information on how you can make a gift, please call the Carondelet Foundation office at 520-873-5000. You also can make gifts online by going to and clicking on the “Donate Now” button.

Planned Gifts Anne B. Klick Dr. and Mrs. Wendell Whitacre Leticia Coronado-Hansen Howard Gerson


$100,000 + The Centurions

$25,000 – $99,999 AHCCCS The Chamberlain Group, Inc. Governor’s Office for Children, Youth and Families Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Pettis

$10,000 – $24,999 Becton Dickinson and Company Fred B. Fruchthendler Mr. and Mrs. Maurice V. Lattari

$5,000 – $9,999 Arizona Health Facilities Authority Harold Koessner Stephen Quinlan and Randal Soderstrom The Gordon Foundation Kathy Ward

$2,000 – $4,999 Arizona Daily Star Sportsmen’s Fund Arizona Endovascular Rev. Kenneth and Ruth Brinkley Theresa “Terri” M. Campbell Russell W. Hall Estate of Josephine Knight Diana McBroom Elizabeth Rodriguez Miller Neovista Medical Richard Polheber Dr. and Mrs. C. Harold Willingham

$500 – $1,999 Elaine and Mike Adler Michael L. Anderes Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd S. Anderson Anonymous Linda J. Atkielski

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Beach, Fleischman & Co. P.C. Philanthropic Fund of the United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona Amy Beiter, MD Odette Bolano Renade M. Braun Cynthia J. Campbell Neil Carolan Wesley Colvin Andy Cosentino Jannie C. Cox Pamela Doherty Eleanor Donohue Stefan and Brenda Eliel Carrie Erickson Robert Erickson, Jr. Tony Fonze Sharon A. Gilbert Jean Glattke Sue J. Gold Katherina Harder Vern and Julia Harms John R. Harrell Gloria Hewette and Roger Hewette Kris Ingegneri Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Johnson Derrick Jones Dr. and Mrs. Suresh Katakkar Sheldon King and Xenia King, PhD Irv and Leah Mermelstein Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Murphy William Neubauer, MD Ellen Noble Our 365 Share More Mike and Barbara Papanikolas Brenda Peart, MD Tom Pepping Maria Eugenia Pina-Zelinger, MD and Steve Zelinger Rosalina Quiroga Letty Ramirez Nancy Roth Helen Ruskin Grace E. Schmeiser Robin R. Shepherd Kary L. Spradling Cynthia A. Storey Tammy S. Summers JoAnne F. Thomsen

Bill and Anne Tobey Dr. Jane Underwood University of Arizona Marlene Wade Mr. and Mrs. Totten K. Warfield, Sr. Betty G. Wempe Linda Werbylo Ruth A. Whitaker Elisabeth B. Woodrich Vikky L. Zelenak Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Zlaket, Jr. Estate of Arnold Zuckerman

$250 – $499 AEGON Transamerica Foundation Mark and Gina Amey Aspect Medical Systems Intuit “Payroll Aces” Eric Berens, MD Boyd Burkhardt, MD Chester W. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Don Cheshire Kimberly A. Cocio Mr. and Mrs. Ben Colvin, Jr. Donald Hansen and Leticia Coronado-Hansen Leonard W. Dewhirst Regina Duncan Dr. James C. and Mrs. Smithie E. Dunn Virginia A. Fischer Monica Fontes Irene Foster Fresh Direct, Inc. Dawn R. Gall Deborah L. Gibbons Dr. and Mrs. Roger T. Grimes Steven Gurgevich, PhD Patricia A. Haack Jean Hofmann Maria H. Lane Leann Larson Barry A. MacBan and Laura V. MacBan, Esq. Peggy MacMacken Cynthia C. Meyer David Mork Linda L. Morley Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Munroe T. Francis Ogilvie Kathleen J. Powell

Taeko Purcell David and Lori Rains Donna Ramsay Leon Riley, Jr., USN Ret. Carl J. Rohrssen Dr. and Mrs. Gary Saito Diane M. Schwisow Joan B. Snow-Banker St. Joseph’s Critical Care Associates Susan J. Thompson, MD and Stephen Thompson, MD Vertis Communications Abby Wagner

$100 – $249 Elayne Achilles AES Somerset, LLC Mary Louise Ahmann Carol Andrews Mary Lou Andrews Anonymous Jeweldine N. “Judy” Ashton Hasso and Geraldine Bacher Capt. and Mrs. Allen H. Balch, USN Ret. Isobel A. Barnhill Charles C. Barringer Virginia and Lawrence Becker Ruth S. Bennett Rebecca Arvizu Berrellez Thomas D. Bickley Barbara and Fred Bjornstad Col. William H. Blankfield, USAF Ret. Dr. and Mrs. James A. Boren Dan Bradley John R. Braswell Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Bruder Penelope L. Campbell Esther Capin Jennifer L. Carter Lloyd R. Carter Carmela K. Castro E.G. and Carol Chandler Fred Chavez Kathryn S. Claus Mary E. Collins, MD Columbiettes Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Compton Jack Connelly Steven H. Cornell E. Ruth Criglar

Christen E. Davis Vallie E. Davis Gordon and Pearl Denison Roger and Catherine Dewey Remo Di Censo, MD Arthur D. Dilley Anna M. Domitrovic Julie E. Downer Myrtis B. Dufresne Michael E. Duperret, MD Col. Gordon L. Edgett, USAF Ret. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Edminster Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Edwards Richard and Katherine Edwards Mike and Jessie Eman Phyllis Ethridge Wayne D. Evans Mary L. Fellows Ida B. Franks Fraternal Order of Eagles (R.E.A.C Retired Eagles) Dr. Tobias Freebourn Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fry Warren Fuesz Frank R. Garcia Hector F. Garcia, MD Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garcia Jay D. Gerding John K. Goodman Barbara Goodwin Peggy L. Gould Green Valley Community Church Helen P. Halloran Edye Harrison Hartmann Family Foundation Harry and Ruth Hauck Mr. and Mrs. Franz P. Helm Mr. and Mrs. John Henden Lt. Vernon J. Hiemenz, USAF Ret. Rosa E. Hill Diane Hoelter James B. Hollingsworth Charles J. Hornisher, MD Linda R. Hornyan Merwin and Sarah Howard Mike Howell Godwin Izuegbunam, MD Carolyn H. Jackson Dr. and Mrs. Rockwell E. Jackson Thomas Jancic Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Joffe Anita G. Judd Dr. and Mrs. George Kerrihard Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Klauer Kathy Kramer Bruce and Judy Kronick John J. Kronner Cindy K. Lane Janelle S. Larsen Gene and Patsy Leonard The Lopez Family Lura E. Lowery Milo and Rena Lude Richard and JoAnn Luebke George W. Lykens, Jr. Dorothy E. Mallien Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Mann Alan W. Martel Sergio Martinez, PhD Brenda K. McDonald Phyllis L. McEnroe

Alice L. Meadows MicroHedge Nan A. Morabia Betsy Mullenix David A. Mullon, MD John and Donna Murillo Jim and Eliz Murray Ed Myers William T. Nightingale Numerex Corp. Daniel and Dora Nunez Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Pacheco, Jr. Eugene E. Pacioni Adrienne M. Perry Art Pesqueira Lane Petri Mr. and Mrs. William S. Pollard Judith D. Prevo Project A.M.O.R. James Quigley Dr. and Mrs. Robert T. Ramage Bob and Kay Ratliff Raytheon Systems Co. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Reed William R. Reinders Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Reuling Jobie Riharb Patricia T. Ripley Patricia Roediger Jane and Art Rohrer Nelson R. Rosario-Leon, MD Neil Rotzler Narciso P. Ruiz Bruce, Julia, Mike, Scott and Takako Russell Malcolm D. Russell Michael S. Ryan Glennys D. Saba Irene Sarver Stanley J. Schaeffer Endowment Fund at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona Alan Schetterer Duane and Dorothea Schiff Reid and Linda Schindler Antoinette Schlaefer Marjorie R. Schmoldt Arthur J.R. Schneider Wayne E. Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Seder, Jr. Rob Shand Cliff and Pat Shannon Bonnie J. Sharp Margaret Shearer Nance Slattery Armstead B. Smith Marjorie and Edward Spuzello Dr. Lisa Soltani Douglas J. Spegman, MD Norman F. Spindler, USN Ret. Kay E. Stevens Beasock Herb and Kerry Stratford Ruth Stroud Mr. and Mrs. John B. Swanger Judy F. Tamsen The Stylemakers – Marie Villanueva, Sofiya Golod, Debbie Lundquist, Sharon Bulgrin, Billie Manzanedo, Add Klos William H. Thelander Marion S. Thomas

Kathleen Tilmann Mr. and Mrs. Lowell E. Tompkins Fr. Charles Towner Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tretschok, Jr. Baastian W. Vant Sant Patricia V. Venech E. Ann Walsh Kathleen M. Weaver Charles D. Weis Theresa Wells and Sue Warg Carolyn Tighe Wemliger Doda S. Wessale James Willhoite Ann M. Wilson Audrey J. Wilson Mary C. Wilson Jim and Linda Wood Beth Yankee, MD Sally J. Ziegler

$1 – $99 Active Network Martha J. Adair Michael G. Adkins Clement Agamba Mercedes Alderson Dori Alexander Mr. and Mrs. David Altman Bennie Alvarez A. Donald Amesbury Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Amlee Geraldine D. Anderson Gloria C. Andrade Molly Romo Antonioli Joan W. Archibald Lt. Col. and Mrs. Carl W. Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Arnold Lillian Arzate Carroll A. Badeaux Frank and Carolyn Badstuebner Gilbert A. Baez Dehlia Baffert Charles M. Bailey Judith T. Baker Mary Baldwin Ed Balmer Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Balser Mike Barker Mr. and Mrs. George W. Barnard Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Battey Evelyn A. Beamish Dolores P. Bechler Christine M. Beck Beverly A. Becker Clifford E. Beecher and Luciana Girami Deborah E. Behr and George Vtermohle Sheila M. Bellantoni Sheila Bennen Julie Beougher Mr. and Mrs. George J. Berrang Alicia Berrellez Andre Berthioume Barbara Beverly Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bialkowski Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Bidwell Arthur M. Bieberstein Charles Bilodeau Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bilrman William H. Bissell Dr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Blakesley Mr. and Mrs. Milton F. Blanchard

Ann M. Blanchat Ollie V. Boehmer Joy Bogart Richard J. Boggs Alice J. Bohlmann Bettyann Bosse Onita G. Bowers Barbara Boyer Mr. and Mrs. Warner D. Brandt Tom and Mary Breitling Rosemary E. Brice Fe Carol Brittain Britthaven Of Henderson Chuck and Anne Brooks Dorothy BJ Brown Eleanor M. Brysacz Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Buchanan Jim and Eiko Bulman James E. Bunkers Dorothy Burch Frances Burda Susan K. Burkholder Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burman Witcher A. Burnett Jeanne Burnison Jennifer Burrowes James E. Byers Mercedes S. Campos Mr. and Mrs. Manuel R. Campuzano Eleanor “Ellie” N. Caplan Mina C. Cardenas Ramona N. Carlos Mr. and Mrs. Garwin Carlson Raymond and Therese Carlton Arsenio S. Carrillo Bill and Vivian Carter Irene Cassagne Mr. and Mrs. Pete L. Castaneda Frank M. Celestine Rito and Maria Chacon Sandra L. Champion Mr. and Mrs. Raymond B. Chase Mr. and Mrs. Victor M. Chavez Marjorie Childress James G. Christo Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Cisek Betty Sue Clark Jose R. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Clark Martha W. Clausen Nancy L. Clay Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Clayton Jean Clore Cornelia B. Collins John and Marjorie Comer Mariita C. Conley Adele Conner Harold and Eleanor Conrad Morris W. Conway, Jr. Donna L. Conwell Ethel B. Coolidge Henrietta Corley David Cormier Dorothy E. Cox Kent and Arlene Crawford Jay R. Crook Charles L. Croxen Joan Curtis and Don Smith Helen H. D’Agostino Mr. and Mrs. James F. Dailey Patricia Dalrymple

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Joan F. Daly Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie DaRos A. Jean Davis Juan De la Huerta Mr. and Mrs. George J. Dean Mr. and Mrs. Wally Decker Warren D. Decker Capt. and Mrs. Hubert D. Dejaynes, USMC Ret. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Delaney Josefina O. Denogean Berenice L. Densford Dale Alan Diefenbach Tom and Katie Doherty Joseph W. Dolan Mr. and Mrs. James M. Donaldson Roger L. Dong Beverly J. Dop Harriet A. Downs Eugene A. Dozmati Bill and Peggy Drum Bob L. Duennerman, Sr. F. Timothy Dugan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis K. Dumas Lloyd R. Dumm David and Carol Duncan Elizabeth A. Dunn Lt. Col. and Mrs. William D. Dupee, USAF Ret. Donald Durrant Mae C. Dytko Mr. and Mrs. John S. Eagle Lane S. Early William Elser Grace M. Encinas Antonio and Carole Enea Janice M. Engelhardt Catherine Enzweiler and Meme Enzweiler Vernette Eppinga Mr. and Mrs. William A. Erager Marlene Erickson Phyllis M. Erickson Reuben E. Erickson Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Estes Eleanor Malas, Emily Burnett, Anna D. Evans Mr. and Mrs. John D. Exline Marilyn E. Falt R. Kirk Faris Jim and Jo Farlee Terry Farquharson Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Farrell Parris and Neva Farzar Guillermo and Rosa Fass Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Faulkner Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Fee Mrs. and Mr. Carol Feifer Peg Fellows Arden E. Fennig Jack and Pat Ferderer Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Ferguson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Ferguson Pauline T. Ferris Dean and Raquel Finkbeiner Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Fisher Janet A. Fithian Dick and Sally Fitzpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Flanigan

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Alicia Flin Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Frad Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Frank Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Frei Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fritts Eleanore Fuller Edna I. Funk Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Gagnon Stephen and Yvonne Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Gamboa Paul and Ruth Ganeles Don and Sally Gant Leona A. Gardner Gilbert and Sherrill Garton Elizabeth V. Gavlak The Genter Family Laura L. Gerhardt Jane Gibbs Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Giel Jim and Robin Gierhart James R. Giesea Marya Giesy Kevin Gillooly Mr. and Mrs. Chuck M. Gin Maureen P. Ginty Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Gleason Mary A. Glueck-Rambaldi Helena L. Gluszek Sister Marie Veronica Gogolin Anna A. Goodman Kenneth R. Gottlieb, PhD Herminia R. Granados Enrique Granillo Bob and Leslie Grappendorf Doris A. Grassini and Patricia J. Harrington Mr. and Mrs. N. Todd Graves Steve M. Gray Mr. and Mrs. David A. Grimm Mr. and Mrs. Doyle E. Gripp Albert F. Groff John E. Gunnels Ms. Valeda Haas Lindsay P. Hamon St. Mary’s Boys’ High School, Lynn, Massachusetts, Class of 1942 Louise M. Hand Mr. and Mrs. Clark J. Haney Jean Hansen Annie Harris William H. Harrison Betty M. Hart James and Shirley Hart Larry Hart Robert Hart Bill and Betty Hart Ronald Haydon Rita Q. Haynes Vicki Hebert Ann E. Heidt Wally and Effie Helberg Patricia Hemersbach John W. Hemming Bob and Joan Henley Ricardo and Catalina Heredia Randy D. Hickman Frank and Rose Hicks Evelyn H. Hill Ruth J. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hillburg

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Hindman Kevin and Linda Hissong Mary R. Hockings Sherrie L. Holbrook Elisabeth J. Holden Sharon S. Holliday-Norris Joseph S. Hoxie Virginia B. Hoyne Grace E. Hruby Marie G. Hudak Jeanne M. Huddelston Carmin L. Huisinga Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hull Wayne B. Hultquist Dorothy M. Hurd Cosette F. Hutton Kathy F. Hyatt Patricia N. Iamonaco Roy D. Iley Grace C. Irey David and Dorothy Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Jaycox Robert N. Jaycox Mr. and Mrs. Gene G. Jensen Chuck and Nancy Jerdee Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso R. Joffroy Toni Joffroy John Deere World Headquarters Doug B. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Virgil L. Johnson Bradley Johnston Katherine Ravenscroft Jones and Norris Jones Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Jones Fran T. Julian Rosemary Kaczorowski Joseph G. Kadjan Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Kaeser Dorothy F. Kalil Mildred Kantenwein Barbara Katz Ralph Kaufman Mr. and Mrs. C. Kaun Earl Kearly Ronald E. Keil and Julie L. Swanholm-Keil Emil H. Keller Mr. and Mrs. Jon A. Keller Robert C. Keller Elizabeth Kendzora Carol A. Kenyon Evelyn R. Kiefert Jacqueline W. Kimball Mr. and Mrs. Lewis King Charles Kittell Marcia S. Klipsch Helen Klumbus Brenda J. Knapp Harold W. Koch Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Koenig Ronald Koester Arthur and Margaret Kohn Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kominak Barbara B. Kraus Maria Kristofl Carmen Krouses Mary Anne Kruszewski Fatima S. Kruzel Walter and Doris Kuzmak

Sandy Kwak Albert Laezza Carol M. Laing Pamela Lambert Clyde D. Langley, Jr. Mert and Judy Lantaff Sally Lanyon Rosemarie Lapi Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Larkey Patricia Latimore Genavee Law Francisco Lazaro Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert C. Le Clair Carol W. Leach Bob and Cynthia Lefko Bruce Lefler Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Leslie Mr. and Mrs. George Lev Dr. and Mrs. R.V. Lewis Scott and Darlene Lewis Keith and Sara Lewitzke Joane G. Lindsay Derek and Carolyn Lindsley Don and Carol Lindsley Jim and Renee Lindsley Pat Lippiello Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Longoria Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Lopez Frederick Lopez Gloria D. Lorta Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lovelace Patricia L. Lucas George and Roberta Lutich Elizabeth K. Lutz Vo Ma Jessie Majchrzak Ken Mallak Kathy Manderscheid Maxine E. Manewal Mr. and Mrs. William B. Manhood Shirley M. Manos Anne W. Marascalco Michael Marks Adela L. Marmion Juanita Marquez William and Michiko Marshall Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Q. Martinez Reyes P. Martinez Daniel G. Matlick Barry Q. Maxted Margaret F. Maxwell Harry E. McClain Evelyn H. McClenathan Mr. and Mrs. William F.X. McConnell Jack and Peg McCoy Neel and Priscilla McCullough Mary A. McDaniel Lori A. McDonald Patrick W. McLeod Jack and Dottie McMahon Jack and Helga McMeekin Mr. and Mrs. William E. McNerney Michael D. McVicker Hedwig Meier Mary J. Melnick Manuel Mendoza Frank J. Merklein Mr. and Mrs. Clement P. Mesch Bill Meyer Augusta Midthassel

Margaret R. Miles Mr. and Mrs. Karl J. Miller Penelope G. Miller Saralaine E. Millet Marion W. Minear Helen Mixon Paul and Cindy Moll Ruby Mondor Wanda L. Montoya Mr. and Mrs. G. Joseph Moody Carolyn S. Moore Rose D. Moore Alfred and Ann Moormann Rene A. Morales Herb and Grace Moran Fred A. Moreno Elizabeth Morgan Stever James E. “Jim” Morrison Sarah A. Morrison Grace D. Mowat Margaret Mumford Mr. and Mrs. John D. Murdaugh Barbara Sue Murray Edward P. Murray Maxwell L. Musgrove N.A.R.V.R.E, Inc. Mary B. Nagle Andrew Navarro and Family Jack and Barb Navin Eleanore Nawrocki Mr. and Mrs. Albert O. Nelson Marilou Nelson Ray and Helen Nelson Irene E. Neumer Sander Nevin Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Newbrough Sau Chun Ngi Nels and Lynda Nichols Gloria H. Noon Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nowicki Evelyn M. Nugent Betty Nye Daniel E. O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. O’Brien Eleanor G. Ockenfels Daniel R. O’Hearn, Jr. Anna O’Leary Diane Olson Mr. and Mrs. B.J. T. Osburn J.B. Oshel Marjorie A. Oshel Nancy A. Ostlund Alice O. Owens David and Sharon Pace Ardelle M. Page Carol Pahoski Hortensia Paz Nicholas Pazzi, DO Martin M. Pelland Frank Perry Rafael Pesquera Liliane Petersen Marjorie Petitmermet Olga Petraitis Darrell and Phyllis Pettitt Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Peuplie Nona M. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Pierce Connie Pizza

Kay Place Seymour E. Platt Mr. and Mrs. Israel T. Polanco Mr. and Mrs. John L. Polowchak Janice Portlock Madalena Potter Joshua Premack Dr. and Mrs. Hermon T. Price, Jr. Jacquelyn Proffitt Walter W. Prue Juan L. Puig Shirley Pulham Carol Putnam Daniel and Dorothy Quinn John W. Quinn, Jr. Martha Raney Harold Reed Mr. and Mrs. James H. Reiser Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Remington Elsa and Dan Reyes Mercedes Reyes Mr. and Mrs. Merton D. Reynolds Eileen C. Rice Florence I. Rice Mark and Elizabeth Richards Mr. and Mrs. Hyle Richmond Albert Richter Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Riebow Elisabeth Rieger Silvia Riggs Stephanie and Gary Riopelle Barbara Risch Jose L. Rivas Andres U. Robles Col. and Mrs. Jon R. Robson Fred and Mary Roby John and Mary Roche Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockenfeller Jean Rodgers Frank O. Rodriguez Manuel and Estela Rodriguez Jane M. Rogers Billie Rohrich Elizabeth Rotegard Kurt D. Rotzler Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Rudnick Mary Ruiz Joe and Barbara Rumburg Peter C. Russo Marilyn A. Ryan Barbara M. Sack Rabbi Richard B. Safran and Lois S. Safran Yolanda Saldate Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Salvo Jessie H. Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Santiago Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Saragusa Grace and Buz Sawyer Susan M. Scalero Stasia B. Schaffrick Richard D. Scheuermann Mr. and Mrs. Al Schill Irene Schindler Bee Schmidt Alice T. Schnadt Col. and Mrs. James Schnitzer Mr. and Mrs. Clinton A. Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Schroeder

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. Schudel Mr. and Mrs. David P. Schutta Leonard and Mary Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. Giles L. Scoggins Mr. and Mrs. Aaron N. Seandel Mr. and Mrs. Floyd W. Sedlmayr Alice R. Selway Amber and Erin Settle Sigrid A. Settle Tanya A. Settle Charles W. Shafner Jean F. Sharp Ron Sharp Jean A. Shaw Helen J. Shea Joseph M. Shea Ralph Shelton Leah Shilling Arthur I. Shulkin Sigma Phi Gamma Int’l Sorority Carolyn and Les Simon Gail J. Sinclair Homer L. Skinner, Jr. Kathryn M. Slagel Kathleen Smith Patricia C. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Wallace B. Smith Social Advocates For Youth (SAY San Diego, Inc.) Leona A. Sonderegger Barbara Soto Rachelle Spencer Jennifer B. Sporleder Dorothy C. Sprecher Alice L. Spurlock Mr. and Mrs. Willaim F. Staats Frances E. Stach Dee Staples Donna M. Steele Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel M. Steenbakker James E. Stemm Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Stewart Mr. and Mrs. John L. Stiteler Mr. and Mrs. John P. Stoeckig Russell F. Stoll Bonnie L. Stone Mr. and Mrs. Stephen V. Stone June Stormont Donna M. Stout Dolores A. Strand Betty J. Strausburg Roberta M. Stremski Betty Jane Strong Centa Suarez George L. Sumner Bernice C. Sweeney Lt. Col. William J. Swendner, Ret. Frances Swift Willis A. Sykes, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Synovec Margaret Szilagyi Lt. Col. and Mrs. Lawrence V. Tagg, Ret. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tambakis Genevieve G. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Taylor Buck and Linda Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Angel R. Tellez Mary C. Tellez Dolly G. Teters

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Tetreault Marie W. Thaxton Mr. and Mrs. Gordon D. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. James R. Thomas Betty J. Thompson Lynn S. Thompson Patricia A. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Len Thorstad Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Tobias Mary J. Todesco Tolin Mechanical Systems Company – George Clores Joseph D. Tomak Eunice Toth Kimberly A. Toto Betty Treister Robert Tremethick Rachel N. Trout Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Trozzi David W. Tull, Sr. Fred and Connie Turschmann Tyco Telecommunications Richard and Georgia Tyler Richard M. Ulrich Gerardo M. Valenzuela Adele Venezia Leona S. Vian Lillie Viator Phyllis Viola David L. Vutera Ann T. Walker and Family Gaylen Walker Nannette Walker Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Walton Evelyn I. Warchol Ken and Robin Warren Edwin and Bernadette Wartalski Terry K. Waters Mr. and Mrs. Theodore N. Watson Richard L. Watts Mr. and Mrs. Reginald M. Weagle Robert and Niza Webber Jim Weinstein Audrey C. Weller Alice E. Wells Madeline Wenck Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wendell Jeanne Werling Charlotte Werpy Mildred N. West Westwood Hills Homeowners George and Greta Whitehead Shirley Widseth Belvin Willer Arpy Williams Gail V. Williams Pam Williams Jean Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Loren Wise Mary Margaret Witthoft Charles P. Wolf Betty A. Woolf Elaine Wuerschmidt John and Eleanor Wyatt Grace and Sam Young John J. Zolczynski Ann Zuccala

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MEMORIAL GIFTS In memory of…

HAROLD BISSELL Billie Rohrich George L. Sumner

PENNY CHAPA Cynthia C. Meyer

ISABELLE BLAU Eleanore Nawrocki

DARLITH COLLIER Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bilrman Valeda Haas



JUNE BOSMA Rosemary Kaczorowski

JEAN COX Penelope L. Campbell

RICHARD H. BOYER, SR. Barbara Boyer

ROY R. CRIGLAR E. Ruth Criglar WALTER E. DIEFENBACH Dale Alan Diefenbach

ROBERT ASHTON Jeweldine N. “Judy” Ashton

LEO BRAULT St. Mary’s Boys’ High School, Lynn, Massachusetts, Class of 1942 Bob and Cynthia Lefko Reid and Linda Schindler Lt. Col. and Mrs. Lawrence V. Tagg, Ret. Grace and Sam Young

LUCILLE BANDEEN Mr. and Mrs. John D. Murdaugh


BETTY BARDON Evelyn M. Nugent

NONA BRUHN Edye Harrison Jobie Riharb

MURIEL ALSTER N.A.R.V.R.E, Inc. JACK ANDREWS Mary Lou Andrews Raymond and Therese Carlton Jack and Barb Navin Mr. and Mrs. Merton D. Reynolds Jean F. Sharp Ron Sharp Armstead B. Smith NATKO M. ANTONIOLI Molly Romo Antonioli DENNY ARVANITES Jane Gibbs

DAVID BARNHILL Isobel A. Barnhill ALICE K. BARRINGER Charles C. Barringer MICK BARRY Jack and Peg McCoy RICK BAUMDICKER Mike Barker Mary Anne Kruszewski Pamela Lambert Lori A. McDonald Donna M. Stout Kimberly A. Toto Charlotte Werpy FLOYD E. BECHLER Dolores P. Bechler MERLYN BEIGHTOL Mr. and Mrs. Garwin Carlson Mr. and Mrs. George J. Dean Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Frank Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Hindman Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Jaycox Robert N. Jaycox Genavee Law Barry Q. Maxted Jacquelyn Proffitt Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Synovec Tolin Mechanical Systems Company WILLIAM E. BENNETT Paul and Cindy Moll Barbara Sue Murray ELEANOR BIEBERSTEIN Arthur M. Bieberstein

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ARTHUR BRUNEN Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Leslie THOMAS BURNS Intuit Payroll Aces Vicki Hebert Arthur and Margaret Kohn Lynn S. Thompson Lillie Viator Gail V. Williams FRED CARROLL Fred C. Carroll, Jr. Rosella Carroll Lena Delgado Letitia Gonzales Eileen F. Irwin Antonette Marie Matthews Kathleen Morgan FRED CARY Helen H. D’Agostino Tom and Katie Doherty Mr. and Mrs. John S. Eagle Marilyn E. Falt Janet A. Fithian Doris A. Grassini Mr. and Mrs. N. Todd Graves Patricia J. Harrington Randy D. Hickman Mike Howell Carol W. Leach Jack and Dottie McMahon Jack and Helga McMeekin Penelope G. Miller Grace D. Mowat Nels and Lynda Nichols Cliff and Pat Shannon

JAMES K. DUNCAN David and Carol Duncan RUSSELL DWORIAN Gail J. Sinclair CAROLYN C. EDGETT Col. Gordon L. Edgett, USAF Ret. BRUCE G. ERICKSON Marlene Erickson ROBERT D. ERICKSON, MD Deborah E. Behr Barbara and Fred Bjornstad Roger and Catherine Dewey Carrie Erickson Reuben E. Erickson Robert Erickson, Jr. The Genter Family Jane Gibbs Elisabeth J. Holden Chuck and Nancy Jerdee Mr. and Mrs. C. Kaun Janelle S. Larsen Ellen Noble Bob and Kay Ratliff Nancy Roth Glennys D. Saba Mr. and Mrs. Aaron N. Seandel William H. Thelander George Vtermohle JOSEPH C. FELLOWS Peg Fellows Mary L. Fellows Rob Shand IRENE J. FISHER Mary J. Melnick SYVERT FJERMEDAL Dick and Sally Fitzpatrick Scott and Darlene Lewis Augusta Midthassel John and Mary Roche RICHARD FLEISCHER Esther Capin Mr. and Mrs. Victor M. Chavez John K. Goodman

Peggy L. Gould Toni Joffroy Mr. and Mrs. Floyd W. Sedlmayr Social Advocates For Youth (SAY San Diego, Inc.) JOHN FRANCIS Ken and Robin Warren JAMES C. FRANKS, JR Ida B. Franks BETTY FRISCH Susan K. Burkholder BARBARA R. FURNISS Patricia T. Ripley JANET GALLAGHER Phyllis Ethridge THERESA A. GARLAND Grace E. Hruby DOROTHY GERDING Jay D. Gerding SUZANNE GIACOMINI Marjorie Childress DONALD “DON” GIBBS Phyllis M. Erickson DOUGLAS E. GILBERT Sharon A. Gilbert HARRIETT J. GILPIN Sandra L. Champion ALAN GRABELL Sander Nevin FATHER ALFRED F. GREENWALD Catherine Enzweiler Meme Enzweiler CAMERON GREGORY Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Buchanan THEODORE “TED” GREGORY Joan W. Archibald Jennifer Burrowes A. Jean Davis Mr. and Mrs. William A. Erager Mr. and Mrs. John D. Exline Don and Sally Gant Doug B. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Virgil L. Johnson Walter and Doris Kuzmak MicroHedge Numerex Corp. J.B. Oshel Marjorie A. Oshel Marjorie Petitmermet Mr. and Mrs. Clinton A. Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. David P. Schutta Carolyn and Les Simon Betty J. Thompson Shirley Widseth

RUBY GRIMES Beach, Fleischman & Co. P.C. Philanthropic Fund of the United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona Betty Sue Clark BERTHA L. GUISER Virginia and Lawrence Becker Ronald Koester Jane and Art Rohrer Joan B. Snow-Banker Marjorie and Edward Spuzello James Willhoite GEORGENE K. GURGEVICH Anonymous Steven Gurgevich, PhD MARLENE “MARTI” HARRELL Dan Bradley Britthaven Of Henderson Barbara Goodwin John R. Harrell Cindy K. Lane Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Mann Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Seder, Jr. Joseph M. Shea Mr. and Mrs. Willaim F. Staats Mr. and Mrs. John L. Stiteler Marion S. Thomas Rachel N. Trout David L. Vutera Mr. and Mrs. Reginald M. Weagle JOSEPH HASEK Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert C. Le Clair Mr. and Mrs. Len Thorstad LINUS “JOHN” HEMERSBACH Patricia Hemersbach GENE HILL Dorothy Burch Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Clark Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Ferguson, Jr. Rosa E. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Saragusa Bonnie J. Sharp Robert and Niza Webber ELISA HISSONG Kevin and Linda Hissong Buck and Linda Taylor JEAN HOAGLAND’S MOTHER Phyllis Viola GEORGE HORNYAN Margaret Bauman Lori and Scott Bauman Terry Beach Marvin J. Benhardy Goldie Carlson Michael Carlson and Family Rayanne, Diane and Steve Carlson Marilyn Cartee David and Rena Duffy Jeffery R. Hedrich

Mr. and Mrs. Don Hornyan Alan Hornyan and Family Albert Hornyan Anthony Hornyan Joseph Hornyan Ken and Dale Hornyan Linda R. Hornyan Michael, Sandra, Brittany, Christina, and Jaclyn Hornyan Richard Hornyan William Hornyan Mort and Liz Kier Helen A. Maguire James and Carole Murphy Mr. and Mrs. James R. Quist Mr. and Mrs. Christopher G. Revoir Victor and Robin Sebastiano Fran J. Welty Mike and Chao Jacob and Diane SUSIE JACCAMINI Maureen P. Ginty SHIRLIE JOHNSON Ardelle M. Page MILDRED B. KADJAN Joseph G. Kadjan DIANNE KALAL Nancy A. Ostlund KATHERINE KARN Mert and Judy Lantaff Janice Portlock ERVIN AND LORRAINE KASTNING Joane G. Lindsay STEPHEN A. KATZ Barbara Katz MARTHA KOESSNER Marcia S. Klipsch Harold Koessner Kathy Ward CHARLES KONOPA Susan K. Burkholder Marjorie R. Schmoldt EDWARD KUCHTA Emily Burnett Anna D. Evans Eleanor Malas MARILYN LADE Margaret Shearer JAMES LATHAM Dee Staples Pam Williams ERNESTINA LOPEZ The Lopez Family JOSE MACHADO-NAVARRO Andrew Navarro and Family

WILLIAM F.X. “BILL” MCCONNELL Elayne Achilles Geraldine D. Anderson Tom and Mary Breitling James G. Christo Mr. and Mrs. James F. Dailey Mr. and Mrs. Louis K. Dumas Godwin Izuegbunam, MD Keith and Sara Lewitzke Ken Mallak Eugene E. Pacioni Mr. and Mrs. James E. Reed Eileen C. Rice Stephanie and Gary Riopelle Ann T. Walker and Family Gaylen Walker Nannette Walker HAROLD MELVIN Gordon and Pearl Denison Parris and Neva Farzar Fresh Direct, Inc. Alice L. Meadows David W. Tull, Sr. MERCEDESE MILLER Julie Beougher Jim and Eiko Bulman Bill and Vivian Carter Jean Clore John and Marjorie Comer Joan Curtis and Don Smith Gilbert and Sherrill Garton Bob and Leslie Grappendorf Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Klauer Carol M. Laing Dr. and Mrs. R.V. Lewis Herb and Grace Moran Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Peuplie Judith D. Prevo Daniel and Dorothy Quinn Bonnie L. Stone Mildred N. West

Harriet A. Downs Jim and Robin Gierhart Mr. and Mrs. David A. Grimm Larry Hart Robert Hart Bill and Betty Hart Edward P. Murray David and Sharon Pace Grace and Buz Sawyer Ralph Shelton Sigma Phi Gamma Int’l Sorority Mr. and Mrs. John P. Stoeckig VERA PUCHI Helen Ruskin JOHN E. PURCELL Taeko Purcell LORETTA RANEY Martha Raney JACKSON “JACK” RAVENSCROFT E.G. and Carol Chandler Katherine Ravenscroft Jones Norris Jones Derek and Carolyn Lindsley Don and Carol Lindsley Jim and Renee Lindsley Hedwig Meier Barbara M. Sack Jennifer B. Sporleder NEIL REED, SR. Andre Berthioume Amber and Erin Settle Sigrid A. Settle Tanya A. Settle Westwood Hills Homeowners ANNA MARIE RILEY Leon Riley, Jr., USN Ret.

CARL MIXON Helen Mixon




JAMES H. MORGAN, II Elizabeth Morgan Stever

FRANK L. RODRIQUEZ The Stylemakers Sharon Bulgrin Sofiya Golod Add Klos Debbie Lundquist Billie Manzanedo Marie Villanueva

HENRIETTA O’BRIEN Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. O’Brien JOHN PAHOSKI Carol Pahoski ESTELLA M. PARKER Mike and Jessie Eman Mr. and Mrs. Al Schill BETH PETRI Lane Petri GLADYS “JEAN” POWELL Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Amlee Beverly A. Becker

JOHN ROHR Vertis Communications MARJORIE RUSSELL AES Somerset, LLC Mr. and Mrs. George W. Barnard James and Shirley Hart Merwin and Sarah Howard Kurt D. Rotzler Neil Rotzler

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Bruce, Julia, Mike, Scott and Takako Russell Malcolm D. Russell Madeline Wenck George and Greta Whitehead

DR. SUSAN SIGLEO Dr. Jane Underwood



JOSEPH AND CLAIRE Carolyn H. Jackson


ARDIE J. RUTHRAUFF Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Giel Marilou Nelson Carol Putnam Alice T. Schnadt Mr. and Mrs. Gordon D. Thomas Tyco Telecommunications

JOHN SLATTERY Nance Slattery


JOHN A. MEANEY MD Wally and Effie Helberg

LINDA BAKER Donald Durrant

MONTY C. MORALES, MD Katherina Harder

CHRISTINE M. BECK Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Ferguson

DUSTIN MORRIS, MD Janice M. Engelhardt

DOROTHY STEIN Marie W. Thaxton

MARTHA BENNET, RN Arthur M. Bieberstein

KAREN MYLAN Rosemarie Lapi

JOSEF STREIT Maria Kristofl


“NURSE DONNA” Bettyann Bosse

MICK STROLE Sherrie L. Holbrook

LAURA BRANTON Witcher A. Burnett Sarah A. Morrison

LEAN PURER Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hillburg

MARVIN A. SAARI Mr. and Mrs. Warner D. Brandt EDWARD O. SACK Alfred and Ann Moormann ROBERTO SALGADO Anonymous John and Donna Murillo Daniel and Dora Nunez Project A.M.O.R. LAWRENCE D. “LARRY” SANDERS Jessie H. Sanders KEITH V. SCHAEGEN Mr. and Mrs. Albert O. Nelson HENRY SCHLAEFER Frank and Carolyn Badstuebner Judith T. Baker Eleanor “Ellie” N. Caplan Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie DaRos Hartmann Family Foundation Patricia N. Iamonaco Kathy Kramer Jim and Eliz Murray Antoinette Schlaefer Fred and Connie Turschmann ALFRED E. SCHMEISER Grace E. Schmeiser ANN N. SCHNEIDER Arthur J.R. Schneider ROSEMARY SCHROEDER Jack and Pat Ferderer Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Gleason Mr. and Mrs. Doyle E. Gripp Frank and Rose Hicks John Deere World Headquarters Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Klauer Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lovelace Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Newbrough Judith D. Prevo Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Riebow Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Rudnick Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Schroeder Wayne E. Schroeder

JANA SMITH Gene and Patsy Leonard JACK STEELE Mr. and Mrs. David Altman Sally Lanyon

KAREN I. STROUD Ruth Stroud LEONARD L. STYBERSKI Kenneth R. Gottlieb, PhD RUBEN TELLEZ Mr. and Mrs. Angel R. Tellez

In honor of…

JIM H. CLICK, JR. Arsenio S. Carrillo LLOYD A. COAKER, MD Katherina Harder JANNIE C. COX Bill and Anne Tobey

SHIRLEY E. TIGHE Kay Place Harold Reed Carolyn Tighe Wemliger


EULA TOWNER Fr. Charles Towner




JOHN VIOLA Phyllis Viola




JACQUE GOMEZ Donald Durrant


WALTER AND DORIS WERNER Stephen and Yvonne Gallagher William and Michiko Marshall


DONNA M. STOUT Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Ferguson


DANIEL KING Bettyann Bosse

MARK A. STRUMPF, MD Clifford E. Beecher and Luciana Girami

EDWARD B. “TED” WILSON, II AND MARY C. WILSON Jim and Jo Farlee Betsy Mullenix Jean Rodgers Jane M. Rogers

RONALD A. KLINE, MD Belvin Willer

BILL AND LINDA WALLACE Bruce and Judy Kronick


CHARLOTTE WERPY Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Ferguson

PAMELA LAMBERT Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Ferguson

Gifts In-Kind

JOHN YUAN Anonymous

SONJA LIDDEKE Donald Durrant

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Aquatic Neuro Rehab Center Sertoma Andy Cosentino Dr. C. James DeSando, Jr. Jeffrey M. Nelson, MD Roger Wynkoop

Donor Clubs Carondelet Foundation gratefully recognizes those generous donors who have made significant outright gifts, completed pledges or irrevocable planned gifts. The following contributors have been designated as belonging to our Sister’s Circle, Millennnium Club, Fleur De Lis Club, or Legacy Club. Sister’s Circle

Millennium Club

Members have contributed, cumulatively, $100,000+ in outright gifts or completed pledges, or $250,000+ in irrevocable planned gifts.

Members have contributed, cumulatively, between $25,000 and $99,000 in outright gifts or completed pledges, or between $75,000 and $249,999 in irrevocable planned gifts.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Arnell Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Chestnut Mr. and Mrs. James H. Click, Jr. Richard B. Coover, MD Rosemary F. Edmonston Toni Findysz Toby Hausman Anne B. Klick Fred R. Pace Evie Pozez Melvin and Enid Zuckerman Armstrong McDonald Foundation Country Fair White Elephant, Inc. Del E. Webb Foundation Diamond Foundation Emergency Medicine Associates Intergroup Healthcare Corp. Morrison Healthcare Food Services PacifiCare, Tucson, AZ PacifiCare, Phoenix, AZ Radiology, Ltd. Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet Southern Arizona Anesthesia Services St. Joseph’s Hospital Auxiliary St. Mary’s Hospital Auxiliary The Centurions The Marshall Foundation The Stonewall Foundation Tucson Electric Power Company

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Abrams Stephen S. Algeo, MD Bruce and Jane Ash Bill and Molly Assenmacher Mary F. Bartol Dan Bates Bronze Sculptures James R. Boyed, MD Mr. and Mrs. Manny G. Bracamonte Roberta Bracker Ms. Susan J. Bring Linda Campbell The Capin Family Dr. and Mrs. Yoginder K. Chitkara William P. Corcoran Dean P. and Donna M. Cotlow Jannie C. Cox Richard S. Darling Anne Dolan Mr. and Mrs. John L. Donahue, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Simon Escalada Mary Anne Fay Randall R. Fisher William Fishkind, MD Philip Fleishman, MD Mrs. Anthony L. Forte Fred B. Fruchthendler Mary A. Goodman Russell W. Hall Dr. Elliot M. and Mrs. Sandra R. Heiman Dr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Hicks Ruth S. Hileman Sally and Alan Jeffcoat Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Johnson Mildred Kaeser Burt and Nancy Kinerk Kord’s Ambulance Service

Dr. and Mrs. Gregory Maciulla Mrs. Joseph F. Mesenburg Anne J. Miller, Ph.D Bert and Teresa Monteverde Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Murphy Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Naumann Elizabeth Parkman Drs. Walter Patton and Karen Addis Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Pettis Mr. Albert M. Phelps Dr. and Mrs. Jacob B. Redekop Gus, Meg, and Gia Rigoli Mrs. Jane Robb Fred and Gertrude Rosen Jack and Fay Ryan Drs. Adib H. Sabbagh, MD and Entisar (Vivi) Sabbagh, PhD and family Dr. and Mrs. Jose Santiago Drs. John and Helen Schaefer William F. Seifert Dr. and Mrs. Jon B. Wang Dr. and Mrs. T.K. Warfield Dr. and Mrs. C. Harold Willingham Mrs. Sam Witt Pat and Peg Zumbusch Arizona Odd Fellow – Rebekah Arizona Polish Club, Inc. Arizona State Radiology, P.C. Balfour Walker Photography Bank of America BFL Construction Company, Inc. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona Chase Bank Citizen Utilities of Nogales EDS Manufacturing, Inc. Edward Stewart Foundation Ernst & Young, LLP Ernst Englander Memorial Philanthropic Fund Evo-Ora Foundation Flinn Foundation Frances Chapin Foundation Gammage & Burnham Goering, Roberts, Rubin, Brogna & Enos

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Greater Green Valley Community Foundation Holy Cross Hospital Auxiliary Nogales Debutante Cotillion Nogales Lions Club Northern Trust Old Pueblo Urology O’Rielly Family Foundation Perimeter Bicycling Association of America, Inc. PICOR Commercial Real Estate Services Pima Pathologists, P.C. Raytheon Systems Co. Sodexho, Inc. Southwest Energy, LLC Stradling, Yocca, Carlson & Rauth Sundt Foundation The Gordon Foundation The Hudson Foundation Tohono O’odham Nation Gaming Distribution Wells Fargo Bank Arizona, NA YACHT Club of Tucson

Fleur De Lis Club Members have contributed, cumulatively, between $10,000 and $24,999 in outright gifts or completed pledges, or between $25,000 and $74,999 in irrevocable planned gifts. Greg and Nancy Angle Bruce Beach, CPA Carmen Bermudez and Tom Feeney Susan G. Boswell, Esq. and Arthur L. Boswell Dr. and Mrs. David G. Bowman Gary Brasher Charlie M. Cajero Dr. and Mrs. Alan I. Cohn Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Colvin David and Darlene Couch Dr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Dodson Mr. and Mrs. Irving Domnitch Jose I. Duran, MD Madonna C. Forcier Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gossert Mr. and Mrs. Loring K. Green Bruce and Alayne Greenberg Gloria Hewette and Roger Hewette William F. Holsey III Dr. and Mrs. Suresh Katakkar Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kemmerly Nancy S. Keller, PhD Sheldon S. King and Xenia T. King, PhD Ann and Lou Lancero Mr. and Mrs. Maurice V. Lattari

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Chris Linscott and Cynthia O’Neil, MD Diana McBroom Dr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Newman Mrs. Mary Piatkiewicz Richard Polheber Charles G. and Maria A. Preble Gladys E. Sorensen, Ed.D. Manette H. Speas Michael and Jane Wattis Linda Werbylo Arizona Daily Star Sportsmen’s Fund Bank of Tucson Beach, Fleischman & Co. Bourn Partners, LLC C.R. Bard Foundation, Inc. Desert Diamond Casino DuPont Medical Products Eliot T. Spalding Foundation First United Realty, Inc. J.W. Kieckhefer Foundation Jeld-Wen Foundation Merck & Co., Inc. Parker-Hannifin Foundation Pepsi Foundation Pizza Hut of AZ, Inc. Roche Diagnostics Corporation Rural/Metro Corporation Schaller Anderson Southwest Gas Corporation Stark Electric, Inc. The EAR Foundation of Arizona The Stocker Foundation The Wings Like Eagles Foundation

Legacy Club Members have made planned gifts and included the Foundation in their estate plans. Ruby L. Abdallah Mrs. Dorothy K. Arnold Mary K. Baenziger Olga Boich Pat Brown Leonard S. Buell Charles W. Campbell Jovita C. Campos Mrs. Mae E. Caramella George J. Chardukian Henrietta Corley Donald Hansen and Leticia Coronado-Hansen Dean P. and Donna M. Cotlow Drs. Marilyn Croghan and Terrance Valenzuela

Clay T. Cummings Irene T. Dailey Thomas J. Dixon Helen F. Evashevski Mary Anne Fay Jane Ferguson Madonna C. Forcier Mrs. Anthony L. Forte Fred B. Fruchthendler Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gerstenfeld W. Craig Gibson, CLU Mr. and Mrs. James W. Godwin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Loring K. Green Bruce and Alayne Greenberg Maria M. Guthe Mark P. Haipek Elizabeth J. Harris Edye Harrison Natasha “Tasha” Harrison Gertrude Heifetz Miss Celeste Hopkins Florine M. Hughes Dorothy Hurlburt Ms. Beatrice James Norbert Jankowicz Bernard and Marjory Jauman Ann Jorgensen Dr. Samuel R. Joseph Rose Marie Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Maurice V. Lattari Jane and Walter Locke Gerard Marion Ms. Linda McHenry Thomas B. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Nieman Reuben Nunez Adrienne O’Hare Laurel A. Olson Fred R. Pace Mr. and Mrs. Paul Possemato Dennis J. Reidy, CPA Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Ribotto Leon Riley, Jr., USN Ret. Rona S. Rosenberg Gordon L. “Rex” Sayers Richard D. Scheuermann Nancy Schwarzwalder George Searle, Jr. Rosemarie Skokan Ms. Sharon Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Strauch Dr. and Mrs. Wendell Whitacre

Board of Trustees 2008

chair Dennis Reidy, CPA Reidy Company, P.C.

vice chair Bruce Greenberg, MAI President/Principal Appraiser Bruce D. Greenberg, Inc.

secretary T.K. Warfield, DVM President Valley Animal Hospital P.C.

treasurer Theresa M. Campbell, CFP Financial Advisor Morgan Stanley

chief executive officer Pamela Doherty, MPH, CFRE Carondelet Foundation

president & chief executive officer Ruth W. Brinkley Carondelet Health Network

board members Mark Blew, MD Southern Arizona Orthopedics Rita Daniels Auxiliary Board President Carondelet St. Mary’s Hospital Jo DeChatelet, CPA, CFP Shareholder Beach, Fleischman & Co., PC Geoffrey Ferlan, Esq. Attorney at Law Fred Fruchthendler President Jacob C. Fruchthendler & Company Russell Hall Principal PICOR Commercial Real Estate Services Edye Harrison Pinsa Group William Hussey Centurions’ Representative Clear Channel Outdoor Tony Kenon, CPA Partner Keegan, Linscott & Kenon, PC Sheldon King Principal Creative Intellectual Commerce

Rosey Koberlein Chief Executive Officer Long Companies Maurice Lattari President Capital Planning Mortgages, LLC Christopher T. Maloney, Sr., MD Cardiac Consultant Nick Mansour, MD Evelyn McLenna Auxiliary Board President Carondelet St. Joseph’s Hospital Liz Rodriguez Miller Nan Stockholm Walden Vice-President and Counsel Green Valley Pecan Company Thomas A. Zlaket, Jr. Director of Sales Clear Channel Radio

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