Letter from the Foundation President Dear Friends of the Rogue Community College Foundation: On behalf of the RCC Foundation Board, I would like to express our sincere appreciation and gratitude for the generous support you have given to the foundation this year. Your gifts make all the difference in the world to our students. This was a banner year, with the foundation awarding 366 scholarships in 2005 totaling a record $382,079! And $60,000 was granted to college departments for projects that improve their ability to deliver excellent training and educational services to students. Our largest single scholarship fund is the Ann and Wirt Cogswell Fund, now exceeding $1.27 million. This fund represents the proceeds from the sale of 100 acres of land near Grants Pass, donated in 1999 to the foundation by Mrs. Cogswell. In 2005, the fund provided $69,000 in scholarships to 43 students for next year. The foundation’s role continues to grow with the Riverside Campus expansion, the opening of Table Rock Campus, and the continuing achievements at the Redwood Campus. Enrollment is projected to increase, and so, too, will the need for scholarships, facilities, specialized job training equipment, and faculty development. It is essential that our foundation continue to grow and to play a vital role in support of excellence in education. Our world is changing rapidly – and sometimes in alarming ways. Thomas L. Friedman, in his bestselling book “The World is Flat,” describes the challenges and opportunities these transformations present. He advises that: Marjorie Overland “ ...American individuals have nothing to worry about from a ﬂat world – provided we roll up our sleeves, be ready to compete, get every individual to think about how he or she upgrades his or her educational skills, and keep investing in the secrets of the American sauce.” Our mission at the RCC Foundation is to ensure that our students are ready to compete and have the ﬁnancial support needed to reach their goals and contribute to the “American sauce.” Rogue Community College is a real treasure for southern Oregon. We thank you very much for continuing to share a part of your treasure (resources) to keep it strong. Sincerely, Marjorie Overland, President Rogue Community College Foundation 1 Award boosts student’s long-held dream Rogue Scholar aims to repay kindness Receiving the 2005 Rogue Scholar Award is helping Tanya Dungey reach the goal she set 18 years ago – to serve terminally ill children and their families. Dungey’s daughter Cassandra was born with major medical problems and lived just two years. “It was devastating, but during those two years at Oregon Health and Sciences University, I had many doctors and nurses who comforted me and guided me through the most difﬁcult time in my life,” she recalled. “These people are the reason I am in college today and the reason I am pursuing a career as a nurse practitioner,” she explained. “I want to lend comfort to sick children and grieving parents.” The $2,500 Rogue Scholar Award, funded by RCC Foundation Board members, is presented to the student who earns the highest total score on scholarship application evaluations. Dungey, 38, is a student government ofﬁcer at RCC and holds two jobs. She also is working to lower textbooks costs at the college and has traveled twice to Salem to testify before the Oregon Legislature on tuition rates. Raised in Medford, Dungey married immediately after graduating from high school and became a homemaker. She went through a divorce and operated a daycare center, yet held on to her dream of a healthcare career. “I had been out of school since 1984, and it took three years to work up my nerve,” said Dungey, who was the ﬁrst generation in her family to become a college student. Once enrolled at RCC, however, she immediately thrived and carries a 3.9 GPA. Tanya Dungey “I love RCC. The teachers are incredible and motivated. You get personal attention and there’s always someone here to smile and encourage you.” Receiving the foundation’s highest award has meant Dungey, a single parent, can spend more time with sons Shawn, 15, and Jacob, 10. “I couldn’t believe I’d gotten it. I wanted to cry because it is an incredible honor, and they had such faith in me,” Dungey said. “This year is going to be great. So, thank you so much!” “RCC really helped me get started,” she continued. “I hope to give back to the college for doing that. It’s been a long journey for me, but it’s time. I’m ready to do something good.” 2 Pride in achievement – it’s catching RCC advocate urges others to get in the act To really catch the spirit of Rogue Community College, Patricia (Patsy) Smullin suggests attending the RCC Foundation’s scholarship awards ceremony. “It’s just so full of life. You see students of all ages and their incredibly proud and supportive families with parents, babies, and grandkids,” said Smullin, president and owner of California Oregon Broadcasting, Inc., which includes KOBI TV NBC 5 Medford. Smullin described the foundation gathering, held each spring, as a special event. “Everyone is celebrating and recognizing the value of education and wanting to use that education. The pride in the room, ﬁlled with hundreds and hundreds of people, is palpable,” she added. Smullin carries on the support for community colleges that her father, the late Bill Smullin, felt strongly about. “I grew up knowing the importance of community colleges,” she said. “I share my father’s interest and enthusiasm and the belief that community colleges are absolutely essential to the economy and health of the community.” There’s a long-standing partnership between RCC and the television station, Smullin noted. In the early 1980s, KOBI TV’s former studios housed RCC’s ﬁrst outpost in Jackson County, and a number of COBI staff members are Rogue graduates. Over the years Smullin has worked professionally with several RCC presidents. “I have always been very impressed with their leadership skills and with their ability to motivate students to have successful learning experiences,” she said. “And I love how Patricia (Patsy) Smullin the presidents of RCC and Southern Oregon University are working together on a shared facility. It’s a win/win situation for everyone.” As a business owner Smullin is glad that RCC established the Riverside Campus in Medford. “We’re located downtown and we love having RCC here. It feels right,” she said. Smullin urges people to become involved with the college and RCC Foundation. “I would encourage everyone to experience RCC, whether it’s attending a lecture, the scholarship ceremony, visiting one of its facilities, sitting in on a class, or contributing to the RCC Foundation,” she said. “It’s an opportunity to be involved with our future.” 3 Foundation grants will further excellence at RCC Supporting college projects has become an increasingly important element of the Rogue Community College Foundation’s mission. For 2005 the foundation allocated $60,000 to promote and further academic excellence at RCC. Additionally, it gave a grant of $10,000 to the Service-Based Scholarship program. The foundation received more than $86,000 in requests. The selection committee, comprised of faculty, staff and foun- dation board members, reviewed proposals. Those approved met four key criteria: they beneﬁt a signiﬁcant number of students, utilize a creative combination of resources, are relevant to current goals and objectives, and enhance the college. The following projects received funding: • Early Childhood Education Lab School playground $7500 • Chipper purchase for the RCC Demonstration Forest $4500 • Meet Authors of the Northwest Lecture Series $1320 • Art Works strategic planning $2500 • Yes! Women’s Resource Centers $2500 • Jewelry making and metalsmithing studio equipment $3500 • Senior Day for active retirees $1000 • Small Business Development Center software upgrade $1900 • Ten-year update of Chemistry Department instrumentation $5650 • Hydraulic shear purchase for Workforce Training $6450 • Table saw purchase for Construction Technology $2400 • Rogue Pathways to Technology program promotion $4000 • Multimedia projection system $6000 • Shining Light on Riverside, stage lights for Theater Arts $2000 • Bike park project for Riverside Campus $3200 • Counseling skills training session videos, Human Services $1500 • Internet access for biology lab $1400 • Oregon Leadership Institute for Adult Basic $2600 Education and Discovery Programs “Art Works was successful last year in a grant which supports our strategic plan for integrating the community initiative into our arts programming as a part of the Redwood Campus planning for culture and arts. The grant augments monies from the Oregon Arts 4 Commission and will create a better project.” — Tommi Drake, Art Department 5 6 RCC – It makes good business sense Business-sponsored scholarships help working students Because more than 85 percent of Rogue Community College students hold one or more jobs while attending college, the RCC Foundation established a new Business-Based Scholarship program in 2004-05 to help working students. Knowing that successful businesses understand how vital it is to have reliable, trained employees, the RCC Foundation asked local businesses to fund scholarships speciﬁcally for students who are balancing work and school. Many business owners also believe in the importance of providing educational and technical training opportunities for our community and that post-secondary education should be accessible for people wanting to advance their lives. These business-sponsored scholarships are already making a tremendous difference to students who need monetary support to complete their education. A number of the students who received these ﬁnancial awards are now working in the businesses or industries that donated scholarships. Thanks to the assistance of the business-supported scholarships, these students are improving their skills and entering the workforce in the Rogue Valley where they are productive employees and citizens. The RCC Foundation is grateful to the following companies who have generously supported these business-sponsored scholarships: Bank of the Cascades ESAM - Electronics Sub-Assembly Manufacturing Premier West Bank of Medford South Valley Bank & Trust Medford Fabrication 7 STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENSE S – July 1, 2004 - June 30, 2005 UNAUDITED REVENUE Contributed support $ 332,624.00 Interest and dividends $ 192,693.00 Net realized and unrealized gains $ 335,506.00 TOTAL REVENUE $ 860,823.00 EXPENSE Scholarship program $ 323,539.00 Projects and grants $ 79,615.00 Pass-through and other awards $ 973.00 Personnel support services $ 174,672.00 Operations $ 53,440.00 Fund-raising $ 9,805.00 TOTAL EXPENSE $ 642,044.00 NET REVENUE (Increase in net assets) $ 218,779.00 BALANCE SHEET – June 30, 2005 ASSETS Beginning of year End of year Cash $ 301,873.00 $ 105,025.00 Accounts receivable $ 35,956.00 $ 44,567.00 Investments $ 5,880,707.00 $ 6,354,981.00 Land and timber $ 182,977.00 $ 182,977.00 TOTAL ASSETS $ 6,401,513.00 $ 6,687,550.00 LIABILITIES Accounts payable and accrued expenses $ 342,370.00 $ 407,191.00 Charitable Remainder Trust $ 154,578.00 $ 157,015.00 TOTAL LIABILITIES $ 496,948.00 $ 564,206.00 NET ASSETS (FUND BALANCES) Unrestricted $ 1,425,286.00 $ 1,448,142.00 Temporarily restricted $ 1,852,543.00 $ 1,999,810.00 Permanently restricted $ 2,626,736.00 $ 2,675,392.00 TOTAL NET ASSETS $5,904,565.00 $ 6,123,344.00 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS $ 6,401,513.00 $ 6,687,550.00 Data subject to change pending results of the RCC Foundation audit currently under way. 8 RCC Foundation ﬁnancial statement 2004-05. 9 THE RCC FOUNDATION DIRECTORS EMERITI Pat Ramp BOARD OF DIRECTORS Jack Brownell Midge Renton Brady Adams Bob Busch Rita Rice Susan Allen Bill Ford Jan Sanderson Harvey Bennett Sally Spalding Douglass & Sandra Schmor Shirley Copeland Rosemary Selinger Lois Gates VOLUNTEER COMMITTEE MEMBERS Mary Slayter Alan Harper Jim Dole Leslie Spalding Larry Helton, Past President Lynn Hughes Gayno Swanson Reeve Hennion Caprice Moran Kevin Talbert Denver Huff, Vice President Sherry Purkiser Joan Thorndike Richard Levine Mary Slayter Becky Versteeg Don McLennan David Trump, M.D. Cherryl Walker Joan Momsen Brenda Williams Dean Wendle Mike Murphy Shirlee Willis-Haslip Marjorie Overland, President SCHOLARSHIP READERS Peggy Wisneski Barbara Patridge Ted & Jean Barss Midge Renton Bob & Barbara Bean 04-05 FOUNDATION STAFF Leslie Spalding, Treasurer Kim Borg D. Thomas Bradbeer, Suzanne Stewart Fred Borngasser Co-Executive Director Becky Versteeg, Secretary Paul Brown Richard Levine Verne Welo Jeanie Brown Co-Executive Director Jim Dole, Risa Buck Pete Boniface Board of Education Liaison Bonney Carlson Foundation Assistant David Trump, M.D., Bud & Clair Carroll Denise Nelson Board of Education Liaison Jane Clark Foundation Specialist Kathleen Donham Linda Cannon ASSOCIATE BOARD MEMBERS Tony & Nancy Gamez Senior Accountant Dennis Becklin Lois Gates Cynthia Harelson Don Carr Pam Hall Senior Accountant Gloria Clark Jim Hamilton Micki McLean Jim DeCourcey John Harelson Student Intern Walt Farmer Alan Harper Bill Flaming Ed & Dale Haynes 05-06 FOUNDATION STAFF Don Gibbs Rand Hill Jennifer L. Wheatley, Lew Krauss Heidi Huddleston Executive Director Lynn Hughes Anna Manley Bill Mayer Phyllis McGill Sherry Purkiser “The Service-Based Scholarship program has been a wonderful addition to Rogue’s student-worker program and array of scholarship opportunities. Allowing students to give back by providing other students with meaningful information and help is an important 10 introduction to community-service learning. And we know from research that students who work on campus are more likely to stay in school and complete their programs.” – Laurie Rydell, Director, Student Employment and Workforce Programs DONORS UP TO TEN YEARS OF GIVING James G. Basker Robert H. & Barbara S. Bean Judith Basker ROGUE SOCIETY DONORS Kathy Burkey Jenny Bastien 2004-2005 Shirley Copeland Susie Bates Rogue Society consists of those donors who Grants Pass Garden Club Bear Creek Corporation have given over $10,000 in their lifetime. Cynthia Hauser Mary W. Becker Larry Helton Kori Beiber Harvey O. Bennett Leo & Jean Hoebing Joe & Virginia Belden Associated Students of RCC Tony & Jeri Holt Madeline Bell James G. Basker Patti Kramer Robert & Janet Bell Bear Creek Corporation Richard & Ellen Levine Donna Belle Glenna M. Brewold & Patricia A. Watkins Robert Loper Debra Bennett Jack & Lucille Brownell Marie Mueller Debbie Benson Carpenter Foundation Henry & Jane Pete Jane Bern 2005 - 2006 Bank of the Cascades Mary Slayter Lynette Berry Gordon Elwood Foundation Lee Ann Stoner Anne Bevilacqua Dr. David & Betsy Fuller Denise Swafford Bill Biggs John & Betty Gray - Dean R. & Donnajean Wendle Linda & Larry Blower Oregon Community Foundation Zonta Club of Grants Pass Susan Boigon Oregon State Sheriffs Association Inc. Shelly Bonas Patrick & Shirley Huycke UP TO FIVE YEARS OF GIVING Dale & Pete Boniface Providence Health System AAUW-Medford Mark Bony Naomi Wilma Tashnovian Trust Doorene Abraham Rod & Mae M. Boren Juan Young Trust Brady & Patricia Adams June Borgsmiller annual report Joe Aguilera Michael Borgsmiller OVER TWENTY YEARS OF GIVING Steven & Laurie Alexander Tom Bradbeer Carpenter Foundation American Assoc. of Women Margaret E. Bradford in Comm. Colleges Joanna Bradley UP TO TWENTY YEARS OF GIVING Charles & Mary Anderson Sheri Bransﬁeld ASRCC Peter & Denise Angstadt Charlene Brauns Harvey & Natasha Bennett Robert & Pam Arbogas Glenna Brewold B.J. Doerﬂing Kelly S. Atkin James & Julie Ann Brimble David W. & Elizabeth B Fuller Michael & Susan Bahr Raymond Brinkman Lois G. Gates Cally Baker Joani Bristol GPUWCF (AAUW Grants Pass) Carolyn Baker Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Charles & Alice Mangel Jacquelyne Bullard Baker Paul & Kathryn Brooks Philip L. & Lynn M Nelson Bank of America Foundation Jeanie & Allen Brown Oregon State Sheriffs Association, Inc. Bank of the Cascades Jerry Bryan Sue Orris Becky Barker Leslie Bryan William L. & Midge Renton Virginia Barlow Denise Caldwell John & Sylvia S. Voorhies Linda Barnes Susan Calkins “The RCC Foundation and our donors represent the true spirit of our region – people who care and are willing to help others. I know I can speak for our students when I say the RCC Foundation has provided much needed pathways for the success of our students. The work of the 11 foundation is without compare; we are fortunate to have this ﬁne group of people on our team and the wonderful support of our donors.” — Peter Angstadt, President, Rogue Community College UP TO FIVE YEARS OF GIVING Joan C. Enloe Laurie & John Grow (continued) ERA Prestige Homes Angel Gueringer Mario J. & Edith Campagna, M.D. Real Estate Co., Inc. Pat Gunter Linda Cannon Linda Essick Peggy Guthmiller Galyn Carlile Janice M. Evans Jane Hagle Dixie Cegelnik Mr & Mrs. H.E. Eveland Leslie A. Hall Judy Cellars Evergreen Federal Bank Pamela Parks Hall CertainTeed Corporation George Fardelmann Sue D. Hall Carolyn Chancler Jared & Amy Farmer Kenji & Lillian Hamada Daylena & Dennis Chapin Kay A. & Donald L. Fawver Hamazons, LLC Georgia Coggins Rick Felt Laura Hamilton Susan & Richard Cohen Jason Fiano Peggy Hamilton John Cole John Fields Donna Hansen Bonnie Conard Patricia & Carl Finch Linda Hansen Elizabeth Corethers Guerin Fischer Kathryn Haq Karyn Cottone Dr. Greg Fishwick Elizabeth Haralson Barbara J. Cournoyer William F. & Lucy Chunn-Flaming Roger E. Harding Pamela Craig Coralie Fleming Alan Harper Crater Lions Club Marilyn Foster Kelly Harper Linda Crawford Bea Frederickson Shelton Haslip Jacob & Maria Cuilenburg Mary Friesen Kenneth & Janise Hawkins Kevin Culhane Jodie L. Fulton Lyla & Lyle Heigl Margaret Cunningham Gates Furniture of Grants Pass, Inc. Ralph Henderson Thomas & Alice Cushman Helen M. Gebhard Andree Henius Barbara Davidson Francine Gentile Reeve & Lyn Hennion Kathy De Wolfe Mrs. Marvin Gettling Natalie Herklotz Tim Dearing Eileen Gevins-Owen Eric Hermes Alan & Rebecca DeBoer GMAC Mortgage B.K. & Virginia Herndon Sid DeBoer Catherin Golden Dorcas Herr Jim & Jeanne DeCourcey Elizabeth S. Gooch Nancy Higinbotham Connie Denham Jennifer Goodwine Rand Hill Foster Denman, LLP Kiersta & Mark Gostnell Nancy & James Hitchcock Forrest Denison Ginger L. Gough Chris Hjerrild Carina DeOliveira Priscilla Goulding Karin Hochendoner Dr. Harvey Diamond Cheryl Goyer Valdene Hodapp George Doersch Peter Goyer Janet & William Holden Mary Louise Doran Evelyn Goynes Wanda Holder Judith Drais Jim Gray Isobel Holt Family Trust Tommi & Malcolm Drake Pam Green Jerry Hood & Christal Paetz Bonnie J. Duarte Henry & Doris Grifﬁths Tim Hoone E.S.A.M., Inc. Wayne & Jackie Grinolds David Hoppe & Candace Amborn 12 UP TO FIVE YEARS OF GIVING Alison Laughlin Dr. Wolfgang & Rev. Wendy (continued) Michael Lawrence McAninch-Ruenzi Cheri Horsley Gaia Layser Betsy McDonald Jeanne Howell Diane Ledbetter Sara McDonald Carol Huffman Mary Lee Kelly McGee-Atkin Dennis & Carolyn Huft William & Jean Lehmann III T.W. & Phyllis J. McGill Roxanne Hunnicutt Norbert J. & Beverly Leiberg Virginia McGraw Robert Hutsell Clover Leonard Ramona McGuire Charlotte Hutt Misty Lepine Lynda McKee Cyd Hutton Gordon & Patricia Levan Dave McKeen Pat & Shirley Huycke Diane & Gary Lewis Rene McKenzie Alan & Martha Jacobson Lee & Marilyn Lewis Don & Kathleen McLennan Sarina Jeffries Walter & Conny Lindley Jean McNamara 2005 - 2006 Melanie Johnson Lions Ashland Early Birds Margaret Michaelis Juan Young Trust David Littrell Eileen Micke-Johnson Junior League of Jackson County Judith Locher Denise & Bob Miller Earl & Denise Kellenbeck Heidi Logan John M. & Ruth I. Miller Chelsea Kelsey Dorette Long Luetta Miller Lynda Kettler Nichole Lott Mary Miller James E. & Marianne M. Key LTM Inc. Thomas Miller Bobbi Kidder Tod & Jeanine Lum Colin Mills-Cannon Carole Anne King Jean E. Maack Marilyn Mills-Uribe Tonya King Denise Maas Angela Mitchell Rich Kirk John & Julie MacDiarmid Russell & Camille Mitchell annual report Camile Korsmo Robert MacLellan Linda Mollino Philip & Carol Koszyk Marie Maguire-Cook Marilyn D. Moore Sandra (Alex) Kozlowski Dr. Violet M. Malone Katie Morgan Lutz & Lisa Kramer Anna Manley Linda Morser Gregory Krauss Wade Mann Harold Mortz Mary Krauss & Jon Berner, M.D. PH.D. Alice Manns Emily Mostue & Bria Carpenter Jennifer Krauss-Phillippi Cheryl Markwel Diana Moynahan J.M. & Patricia Krebs Linda Marti Larry Mullaly Robert & Judith Krebs Monica Marvin Trust Sheri Muzzoli Mike Laam Gregory & Maureen Marton Sue Naumes Ladies Auxiliary Fleet Reserve Marian Masters Troy & Denise Nelson Grant Lagorio Paul A. Mattingly Michael & Kathy Newman B.C. Lamb Nancy Maxwell Nancy Nordyke Julie Lambertson Thomas & Sharon May Amber Norris S.V. & Ann Landreth Mervin & Beverly McKenzie Carolyn Oates Lora & Ira Laney Terry & Peggy McAllister Barbara Oberto Breneiser Alfred & Barbara Larson Mary O’Kief “Winning an RCC scholarship this year was the proudest moment of my life, and knowing my community believes in me has lifted my spirit higher than I ever dreamed. Thank you.” 13 – Krista Stromme, RCC Student UP TO FIVE YEARS OF GIVING Frank & Mariel Richard Lorrie Snyder (continued) Billy Richardson So. Oregon Chapter Intl. Conf. Viola Olsen Wendy Rieder Bldg. Ofﬁcials Oregon A.E.Y.C. Jil Rigby Solar Shield Oregon Community Foundation Emily Rigert Alline Sontag Oregon Books Angelica J. Rogers Lloyd & Joanne Sorensen Lee Osmond Betty M. Rogers Soroptimist International Marjorie & Eric Overland Rogue Assoc. of Insurance of North Valley Mollie Owens-Stevenson & Financial Adv. Soroptimist International R.V. Emilio Pallete Rogue Gem & Geology Club, Inc. Sunrise Maurice A. Paquette Florence Rohrs Soroptimist Intl. River Valley Erma Parmelee Kathy Ronan SOU Anthropological Study Kathryn Passmore Betty Rosenkranz Lori Sours Patridge & Company, Inc Brad Ross South Valley Bank & Trust Barbara Patridge Cindy Ruda Leslie Spalding Cynthia Patterson Frank Ruda Tammi Spencer Brenda Patton Laurie Rydell Serena St. Clair Laura Pederson John Salinas Ken Stading Regula & Peter Pepi Alice Saunders Mary Ann Stafford William Jr. & Lari Ann Peterson Teresa Schawo Royal Standley Dorothy Phillips - Carolyn Schenler Lisa Stanton Testamentary Trust Michael Schmidt State of Oregon, Kenneth & Paula Phillips Doug & Sandi Schmor Dept. of Administrative Phoenix Lions Club Jeanne Schraub Heather Stauffer Mary C. Pierce Leslie Searcy Shannon Steams Andrew & Ann Pimentel Midge Shaw Dori Steers Culley & Shiena Polehn Carolyn Shaw-Straus Barbara Stein Terry & Barbara Pottratz Kim Sherrell Mason & Lucas Stella Dale Prohaska Rita Shirreffs Suzanne & Rich Stewart Providence Health Systems Alena Siddon Claudia Sullivan John & Amy Raedeke Donald S. & Frances R. Skufca Margaret & Walter Suman RCC Education Association Benjamin & Catherine Smith Naomi Wilma Tashnovian Trust RCC Student Nurse Organization 2001 Col. Michael & Dr. Marilyn Edward & Lorraine Tauscher RCC Treasures of Summer Huestis Smith Three Rivers Community Hospital Carole Reasoner Guy & Genevieve Smith Auxiliary Chris Reed Marguerite Smith Denise Tinkham Melody Reed Morland Smith Frances Tolson Bonnie & Ronald Reeg Ramona & Dale Smith Ann Trausch Jeffrey & Francine Reingold Scott Smith Sylvia Traver Linda Renfro Ted Smith Van G.L. Tribble Rita Rice-Bolchoz W.T & C. Smith Dale Turner 14 UP TO FIVE YEARS OF GIVING MEMORIAL DONATIONS In Memory of Rachelle Lagorio (continued) Randall & Susan Wade In Memory of Stuart Baker U.S. Bank In Memory of Hank Leines Dean R. & Donnajean Wendle Judith Uherbelau Pat & Shirley Huycke Verne Underwood In Memory of Jeanne Bartz Jim Van Brunt Pat & Shirley Huycke In Memory of Tom Rice Deanne Vandevert B.K. & Virginia Herndon In Memory of James W. & Anne Basker Frederick N. Vassar Ramona McGuire James G. Basker Nancy Vaughn In Memory of Lydia Loper-Schneider In Memory of Esther Bristol Joan Vaughters Erma Parmelee Joani Bristol Becky Versteeg Carole Reasoner Karen Wade In Memory of Edith Bryden Jeffrey & Francine Reingold Randall & Susan Wade Pat & Shirley Huycke In Memory of Linda Loper 2005 - 2006 Shannon Wade In Memory of Edna Bryan B. K. & Virginia Herndon Ed & Linda Wagner Pat & Shirley Huycke Robert Loper Ellen Wakeﬁeld In Memory of Gwendolyn Burgy In Memory of Charles Mangel Billy Jo Walker Pat & Shirley Huycke Alice Mangel Donald & Elspeth Walker In Memory of Rex Coggins In Memory of Michael Martinez John & Carol Walker Georgia Coggins Pat & Shirley Huycke Sharlene Walker John & Susan Ward In Memory of L.H., Julia & H.H. Doerﬂing In Memory of Sherry Sargeant Robin & Lynda Warren B.J. Doerﬂing Bonne J. Duarte Washington Mutual Foundation In Memory of Tenison Haley Carolyn Oates Wassum Loving Trust Dr. Greg Fishwick Katie Morgan annual report Wendy Webb Lynda Kettler In Memory of Marjorie Holzgang Verne Welo Marian Masters Judith Basker Don & Donna Whyte Mary C. Pierce Philip L. & Lynn M. Nelson Donald Wieczorek Michael & Kathy Newman Mae Beth Williams In Memory of Robert Holzgang, Jr. Thomas Miller Marjorie Williamson Judith Basker June Borgsmiller In Memory of Geneva Seyler Shirlee Willis-Haslip Mr & Mrs. H.E. Eveland Catherine & Michael Wood Marguerite Smith Robert H. & Barabara S. Bean Christine Woodard In Memory of Jesse Horn Virginia Barlow Egret Woods Kathryn Passmore Michael Ann Zerwer In Memory of Sandy Steeves In Memory of “Jo” Josephson Kathryn Passmore Pat & Shirley Huycke In Memory of Dottie Walters In Memory of Lewis Krauss, Sr. Dr. Greg Fishwick L. Krauss Mary Slayter Jennifer Phillippi Dean R. & Donnajean Wendle “1 have wanted to be a speech pathologist since I was 13. In my senior year, my parents lost our family business of 30 years. I am grateful for the money the RCC Foundation has awarded me. Without this scholarship I would not be able to reach my educational dreams.” 15 – DeNell Garceau, RCC Student MEMORIAL DONATIONS (continued) In Memory of Jean Wheatley Deanne Vandevert In Memory of Bill Yeoman (continued) In Memory of Bill Yeoman John & Mae Quaccia Ark Wood Caskets Kaplan Family Ashland Early Birds Lions Kathryn Haq Balagopal Family Kenneth & Paula Phillips Benjamin & Catherine Smith Laurie & John Grow Charlotte Rising Lee Osmond Christine Woodard Luetta Miller Col. Michael & Dr. Marilyn Marilyn Huestis Huestis Smith Marvin & Mrs. Gettling Denise & Bob Miller Mervin & Beverly Mc Kenzie Dick & Beverly Gergen Michael & Susan Bahr Don & Donna Whyte Paul & Mildred Buck Donald & Elspeth Walker Polykoff Family E.F. Stauffer R. Maxwell Frances Tolson Ramona & Dale Smith Harold & Janice Herdrich Raphael Campbell Harold & June Pollack Robert & Charleen Edwards Harry & LuAnne Cook Robert & Judith Krebs Henry & Doris Grifﬁths S.V. & Ann Landreth J.M. & Patricia Krebs Sam & Karen Pinkham Jacon & Maria Van Cuilenburg Virginia Lewis Jeanne Schraub W.T. & C. Smith Joe & Virginia Belden Walter & Bonnie Schraub John & Haskelita Krebs Yola Dichiro 16 Your gift will endure.
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