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Published by Alpha Omicron Pi, 2016-08-08 10:34:06

2003 Fall - To Dragma

Vol. LXIX, No. 8

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The first AOII Convention
According to Fraternity records, the first official convention of Alpha Omicron Pi was a meeting of the Grand Council that was held in New York City, December 27-31,1906. Grand President Adelma Helen Burd, Nu, gave this account of her attendance at the first convention:
"On Wednesday, December 26, the celebration ofthe 10th anniversary of thefoundiny of AOII was inaugurated by
the annual dance ofAlpha Chapter at Barnard College. This was a deliyhtful occasion as every one present agreed. Only one ofour delegates from out-of-town arrived in time to attend this affair, but when on Saturdag, December 29, the Grand Council held its annual business meeting at Alpha Chapter apartment we were rejoiced to have with
us delegates from Pi and Kappa. The usual business was transacted and the annual elections held, and the meeting adjourned on Mondag. On that dag, an informal open meet- ing was held in the Nu Chapter Room, New York University Law School, at which many items of general interest were recommended for action by the Grand Council. The one
of perhaps the most general interest was the advisability of changing the time of the annual meeting to some week in the late spring, as Christmas week is a time sofull of home interest for everyone that attendance at the Grand Council at that time is impossible for many who would otherwise like to attend. It was ayreed and passed by the Grand Council that the time for the annual meeting should be changed to the third week in June 1908. On Wednesday, the second of January, a party ofAlpha girls attended a matinee at the invitation ofMiss Miller ofNu Chapter and late on this afternoon we said good-bye to the last ofour delegates. We regret to record that the New York weather did not reflect ourcheerthisgala week"
As we begin a new biennium, may we be ever mindful of both our rich history and our bright future. While the December 1906 New York weather did not cooperate for AOII's first convention, the sun shone brightly this past summer in Norfolk, Virginia. Read about our cheer during this gala week beginning on page 7.
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5 Fraternity News
Quarterly AOII News and Announcements.
6 In Memory
A tribute to Past International President, Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy.
7 International Convention 2003
A review of convention highlights a n d award winners.
1 4 V olunteer Directory
Contact information for AOII's volunteer officers.
YJ The Time is Now!
How to gel involved with an AOII alumnae chapter.
18 Alumnae Chapter Presidents
Get in touch with your local Alumnae Chapter President today.
20 AOII Foundation
The 2002-2003 Foundation Donor List and Annual Report.
3 8 Alumnae News
What do our alumnae chapters think they do best?
4 3 Collegiate News
Chapters describe a favorite social event planned for sisters only.
5 2 AOII Emporium
Presenting a few of the great merchandise items available from the AOII Emporium.
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I Perspective
Convention 2003 is now a wonderful memory and the fall semester is in full swing. As we all get involved with our day-to-day lives, it is sometimes easy to lose sight of what is truly important - in our personal lives and in AOII. So how do we do it? How do we set our priorities?
I keep my life in balance by remembering the lesson of the five balls. This lesson comes from a favorite book of mine, entitled "Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas" by James Patterson. In this book, a new mother, Suzanne, is writ- ing a diary to her unbom son, Nicholas. She is telling him about her life experiences and the important lessons learned. One of those lessons is the lesson of the five balls. Suzanne writes:
"Imagine life is a game in which you are juggling five balls. The balls are called work, family, health, friends and integrity. And you are keeping all of them in the air. But one day you finally come to understand that work is a rubber ball. If you drop it, it will bounce back. The other four balls ~ family, health, friends and integrity - are m a d e o f g l a s s . I f y o u d r o p o n e o f t h e s e , i t wi l l b e i r r e v o c a b l y s c u f f e d , n i c k e d , p e r h a p s e v e n s h a t t e r e d . A n d o n c e you truly understand the lesson of the five balls, you will have the beginnings of balance in your life".
As I think about the glass balls in my life, 1 realize that there are glass balls in AOII as well. The first glass ball I identify with AOII is sisterhood and friendship.Our Fraternity was founded on sisterhood and friendships. As sisters, we treat each other with tolerance and loving judgment, and we are that friend, upon whom you must have no fear to call. We must always embrace each other - our sisters and friends - and enjoy every moment of AOII.
Suzanne also told Nicholas to love others. She said, "To be without love is to be without grace, what matters most in life." So along with sisterhood and friendship, there is unselfish service - the second glass ball of AOII. Stella, Helen, Jessie and Bess founded AOII on the principle of giving of ourselves and left us with a legacy of doing good so that we may let our love light shine before others.
The third glass ball of AOII is personal responsibility. Each member has AOII's precious, delicate reputation in her hands. I challenge us all to pay careful attention to our judgment and conduct, to make certain that our everyday actions reflect our Fraternity's values and ensure the health and safety of our members and new members.
The final glass ball in AOII is lifetime commitment. It is imperative that each sister knows that despite a busy life, she can still honor her lifetime commitment to AOII every year by joining a local alumnae chapter or AOII Always and by making an annual contribution to the AOII Foundation. We must never drop the glass ball of our initiation promise. AOII is a part of each of us and we are each a vital part of AOII. Always.
As members of AOII, we all have the responsibility to keep AOII's glass balls safe. Disregarding the glass balls is like looking through a glass darkly. However, by keeping the glass balls in the air and acting in accordance with our values, we come face-to face with ourselves, and honor what is true and good in Alpha Omicron Pi.
Fraternally,
Sally Wagaman


Fraternity News
AOII's Marsha Guenzler-Stevens
wins NPC Foundation Award
Marsha Guenzler-Stevens, Beta Lambda (Illinois W esleyan U ) Ph.D., is the 2003 recipient of the National Panhellenic Conference's Women in Higher Education Achievement Award. She
is being recognized for major contributions to higher education in the areas of admissions, residential life, campus activities, student affairs, academic affairs, administration and Greek life for more than twenty-five years. Marsha is cur- rently the Director of Activities and Associate Director of the Stamp Student Union and Campus Programs at the University of Maryland - College Park. She will be the featured speaker at this year's NPC Alumnae Awards Luncheon. This biennial award is funded by the NPC Foundation through an Endowment established by Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority and Foundation. Marsha is the third recipient of the award.
Linda Collier appointed
NPC Alumnae Panhellenic
Committee Chairman
Past International President and NPC 3rd Alternate Delegate, Linda Peters Collier, Chi Omicron (Central State U) has been appointed Chairman of the NPC Alumnae Panhellenics Committee. Linda has served on the NPC del- egation since 1997 and on the APH Committee for 4 years as an Area Advisor. She will be installed as APH Committee Chairman at the NPC biennial meeting in October.
Melissa Parsons Healy
Honored by Phi Kappa Tau
Melissa Parsons Healy, Omega (Miami U)
was one of three recipients of Phi Kappa
Tau's Interfraternity Educational Fellowships. Presented by the Phi Kappa Tau Educational Fellowship, the $2,000 fellowship is offered to men and women who demonstrate exemplary leadership contributions to the interfraternal community beyond the undergraduate level. Candidates for the Fellowship must be pursuing either a masters or doctoral degree and must also be a member of a National Interfraternity Conference (NIC), National Panhellenic Conference (NPC),National Pan-Hellenic
Council (NPHC), National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO) or Professional Fraternity Association (PFA) organization. Melissa is currently pursuing a degree in College Student Personnel at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
A recognition certificate was presented to Melissa Heafy by Phi Kappa Tau Foundation Executive DirectorJohn Green at AOII's convention this past summer.
Memorial GolfTournament
Raises Big Bucks for
Scholarship Fund
The first annual Jaime Frantz Memorial Golf Tournament was a huge success. Held on June 2 in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, 156 golfers took part in an afternoon of golf, games and contests for a seri-
ous cause - raising money forthe Chi Delta Scholarship, throught the AOII Foundation, that will bear Jaime's name. Jaime was killed in a tragic hit and run accident in Boulder, CO, shortly before her graduation. Members of Lambda Beta Chapter volunteered to assist at
the event, and Jaime's father reports that golfers are already asking about next year's event because there was a wait-
ing list to participate! The first Jaime Frantz Memorial Scholarship will be awarded to a Chi Delta member at Leadership Institute, June 2004.
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AOII receives 40% of the gross sales from any magazine sold through AOII's Magazine Program, Gr-r-r-eat Expectations. That includes new orders or renewals of magazines you already receive. The proceeds are being used for scholarships and pro- gramming for Leadership Academy and Leadership Institute. Y ou are encouraged to order or renew your magazines through your collegiate or alumnae chapter to give them credit. Alumnae who are not members of an alumnae chapter may order online
at QSP.com. By marking AOII as the benefitting organization when you order or renew, you are helping AOII without spending additional money.
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It is with deep sadness that Alpha Omicron Pi announces the passing of Past International President Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy, Iota Alpha (Idaho State U). Mrs. MacCurdy was a resident of Bridgewater, Massachusetts at the time of her death in June and the beloved wifeof the late Dr. Robert MacCurdy.
Eleanore MacCurdy served as AOII International President from 1971-1973. The previous six years, she served in various capacities on the Executive Committee, now referred to as the AOII Executive Board. She presided over the 1973 International Convention held at the Diplomat Resorts and Country Club in Hollywood-by-the-Sea. Florida. During her tenure as International President, collegiate chapters were installed at Eastern Illinois U (Epsilon Iota), U of Delaware (Delta Chi) and U of North Alabama (Alpha Kappa). Eleanore rose to the position of International President as an alumna initiate and always considered her membership in AOII a great honor. "AOII will be forever indebted to Eleanore for her service and dedication to the Fraternity," says AOII International President Sally W agaman.
Even as a Past International President, Eleanore continued to serve AOII faithfully as a long-time president of the Diamond Jubilee Foundation and a member of the Perry Award Committee. She was DJF President in 1977 when the AOII Foundation was established, and continued to serve as a Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Committee member until 1992. Eleanor also served on the AOII Foundation Board of Directors. Alpha Omicron Pi honored her in 1983 with the Helen St. Clair Mullan Award. This honor is bestowed upon one alumna member each biennium who has continually served AOII over the years, displaying loyal, faithful and devoted commitment to the Fraternity.
Mrs. MacCurdy was well known for her lifetime of service to AOII, as well as other causes. Because of her work with the Bridgewater Visiting Nurse Association, including 16 years as president, October
24. 1993 was proclaimed "Mrs. Robert (Eleanore) MacCurdy Day" in the town of Bridgewater, Massachusetts. She was also active in numer- ous organizations such as the Massachusetts Federation of Women's Clubs, President of the League of Women Voters in Louisiana, the St. Andrews Society of Massachusetts, Little Red Schoolhouse Association, Bridgewater College Faculty Wives, Brockton Museum of Arts and Congregational Church Guild.
Trained in medicine, she became director of the school of Medical Technology at University Hospital and later continued her career at Yale University. She was also a skilled journalist and had her first news story accepted for publication by the Chicago Tribune when she was only 12-years-old.
In describing Eleanore, a dear friend Sandra McLean stated "Eleanore was a woman who chose laughter over tears, a woman who chose to remain intimately connected to the world and the people around her. She never withdrew as some do when age begins to slow their step. She bore her tragedies with remarkable dignity and grace. Her only child died at birth, and her husband died in her arms before they could enjoy the retirement they had planned. She faced challenges by helping others in greater need, and volunteering thousands of hours for various causes. She found things to savor each day."
To underscore her commitment to scholarship and education for women, Eleanore left an insurance policy naming the AOII Foundation as beneficiary. She directed that the money earned on this gift be used for the Robert and Eleanore MacCurdy Scholarship.
By vote of the AOII Foundation Board, any memorials for Eleanore that are received by the Foundation will be added to this fund to increase the amount of the award that can be given out.
Eleahore MacCurdy AOII International President from 1907711--11907733--/
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International Convention

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FriendshipforLife
Nearly 600 collegiate and alumnae members celebrated "Friendship for Life" during AOII International Convention in Norfolk, Virginia, June 25-29, 2003. The city of Norfolk and the Norfolk Waterside Marriott provided a beautiful setting and accommodations for a week of fun, sister- hood, awards, excitement, friendship, education, traditions and stories. International President Carole Jurenko Jones was the presiding officer.
Highlights included a glitzy awards dinner and ceremony, an inspiring Panhellenic brunch, a magnificent Rose Banquet, and the AOII Foundation's 25th Anniversary Celebration.
During the Panhellenic Luncheon, keynote speaker Nancy Hunter Denney spoke on life and leadership. In a high energy presentation, Nancy discussed her passion for life and encouraged us to live the moment and to value our own lives as we live them. How we spend the minutes and hours of our lives is a true measure of our priorities. Making the best use of the minutes of our lives is one of her lessons on life and leadership, as she describes it. She emphasized an effective leader as someone who
makes a difference. Nancy is author of Life by Design: A Do-It-Yourself Approach for Achieving Happiness and co-author and editor of Let Your leadership Speak How to Lead and Be Heard.
The abuse of club drugs is an alarming reality not only on college campuses, but in mainstream society. Featured speaker, Paul Chabot, works in the highest levels of the Federal government as a policy analyst, working with the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon on our nation's response to drugs. A former narcotics enforcement officer in Los Angeles, he has seen abuse first hand and understands the Greek world having served as his own fraternity's chapter president in college. Paul educated attendees on the eye-opening realities of the abuse of these drugs and the average abusers ignorance of the drugs' dangers. Use of club drugs among 18-25 year olds is rapidly increasing and emer- gency room visits arc up at alarming rates. Members were able to take back to their chapters a better understanding of the dangers posed by the threat from these drugs. The session ended with the viewing of an excellent NPC sponsored SAFE video on this same topic.
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Marsha Guenzler-Steven:
Nancy Hunier Denney
Marsha Guenzler-Stevens, Beta Lambda (Illinois Wesleyan U), spoke during the second general session on defining your own priorities in life. Through personal reflection, Marsha described how you can triumph over obstacles and use these experiences to determine what is important in life. Marsha is the Director of Activities and Associate Director of the Stamp Student Union, U of Maryland - College Park where she earned a Ph. D. in Education Administration, Policy and Planning. Committed to the Greek System, she has presented programs, directed national and area conferences, and conducted many Greek leadership seminars. She has also been the featured speaker at numerous Greek International Conventions. Her life has been devoted to help- ing college men and women.
Other inspiring convention speakers included Joan MacCallum who spoke during the Foundation's Anniversary dinner on how the Foundation has grown through the years due to efforts from countless members. Together we have all built the Foundation with a firm base, a warm glow and a strong light.
Carole Jurenko Jones gave a moving State of the Fraternity address during the closing business session. The speech can be read in its entirety on the Sister's
Online portion of our website under My AOII/Executive Board Update. Having served as International President for four years, the fraternity has grown and prospered under Carole's outstanding leadership.
Newly elected International President Sally Wagaman delivered the keynote address during Rose Banquet. Sally's eloquent remarks focused on how we set our priorities and not losing sight of what is important in our lives. A portion of Sally's speech can be read in her International President's letter found on page 4.
The Past International Presidents' storytelling was brought back, after a few years absence, to the delight of all. Members participated in Opening and Closing Rituals, as well as the beautiful Candlelighting Ceremony. Red and White Day brought out the AOII in everyone, while the Awards Ceremony found everyone screaming, laughing and dancing with excitement.
Continuing a favorite convention tradition, AOII was proud to donate over 300 pandas to the Norfolk Area Arthritis Foundation.
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Sally Wagaman


2003-2005 Executive Board Members standing (I to rj:
Phyllis Casteel Gilson, Kimberly Corson McGowon, Renee
Pugh Smith, Susan Danko, Krista Malmquist Whipple and Toni
Flowers Morgan. Seated: Sally Wagaman and Kathy Brakefield Sowell.
2003-200S ExecutiveBoard
The election of Alpha Omicron Pi Executive Board is one of the most important events at a Biennial Convention. AOII Council elected the following members to the 2003-2005 Executive Board: International President, Sally Wagaman: Vice President/Operations, Krista Malmquist Whipple; Vice President/Development, Antonia Flowers Morgan; Vice President/Finance, Renee Pugh Smith; Director of Collegiate Chapters, Phyllis Casteel Gilson; and Director of Programming, Kathy Brakefield Sowell. Joining this group are two additional members of the Executive Board. Director of Alumnae, Kimberly Carson McGowan and Director of Collegiate Chapters, Susan Danko. Both were in the middle of four- year terms and not up for election.
International President
Sally Wagaman
Sigma Tau (Washington College)
A long-time member of the Philadelphia Alumnae Chapter. Sally has spent the past four years as AOII's Vice President of Operations. Prior to that she was the chairman of the Leadership Institute Committee, a member of the International Nominating Committee, and a Regional Director. AOII bestowed upon her a Rose Award in 1997 and a Woman of Leadership Award in 1998, as well as having selected her as a Diamond Jubilee Foundation Scholarship Recipient. As a collegian she served Sigma Tau as a two term Chapter President while earning a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Washington College. Professionally, Sally is Manager of Information Technology for Sandmeyer Steel Company, and lives in Glenside, Pennsylvania.
Vice President/Operations
Krista Malmquist Whipple
Omega (Miami U)
A member of the Cleveland Area Alumnae Chapter, Krista has recently served AOII as a Collegiate Network Director, an Alumnae Advisory Committee Network Director and a AAC Network Specialist. She has also served as a training facilitator at Leadership Institute, International Convention, Chapter Consultant training, and AAC workshops. Additionally, she served as an adviser to Epsilon Chi from 1994-1997, including one year as Chapter Adviser. Krista has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and English Literature from Miami U and a Masters of Business Administration from Wake Forest U. Babcock Graduate School of Management. She is the Northeast Commercial Products Manager for Progressive and lives with her husband. Christopher, and six-year-old son. Chandler Hayes, in Solon, Ohio.
Vice President/Development
Antonia Flowers Morgan
Alpha Chi (Western Kentucky U)
Toni is an active member of the Huntsville Alumnae Chapter, hav- ing served as their Chapter President, Secretary and Panhellenic Delegate. As a collegian, she served in numerous positions includ- ing Corresponding Secretary, Philanthropic Chairman and House Manager. She was also a former Regional Rush Officer. Regional Director, Collegiate Network Director, Collegiate Rush Network Director and Collegiate Rush Network Specialist. She has facilitated numerous trainings and assisted on several colonization teams and is a 1999 Rose Award recipient. Toni earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Western Kentucky U and a Masters of Arts in Pubic Affairs from the U of Alabama in Huntsville. Currently, she serves as the Judicial Affairs Officer for the U of Alabama in Huntsville and the Introduction to University Life Instructor. Toni is married to her college sweat heart, David. They have a nine-year-old son, Allan, and live in Huntsville, Alabama.
Vice President/Finance
Renee Pugh Smith
Phi Upsilon (Purdue U)
Renee has served AOII through the years in numerous positions such as Regional Vice President, Regional Director, Alumnae Advisory Committee Network Director, and on the AOII Properties Board. She began serving on the Executive Board in 1999 as Director of Collegiate Chapters and is beginning her second term as Vice President of Finance. She is the chairman of AOII's Budget and Finance Committee. Renee is a long-time member of the Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter having served in numerous positions, including Alumnae Chapter President. She has also served on the corporation boards for both Theta and Phi Upsilon Chapters. In college, she was Activities Chairman and Rush Chairman for Phi Upsilon. Renee has facilitated or spoke at numerous conferences, trainings and special events for the fraternity and is a 1989 Rose Award recipient. Renee earned a Bachelor of Arts in English Education from Purdue U. Renee and husband, Ed, are residents of Westfield, Indiana. They have two sons (Lee and Brian), a daughter (Angela) and three grandchildren (Ben, Nicholas and Jillian Rose). She is currently the co-owner and President of Tigart Laser System, Inc.
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Director of Collegiate Chapters
Phyllis Casteel Gilson
Sigma Phi (California State U - Nonhridge)
Phyllis has twelve years of service to the fraternity as a Regional Director and was a long-time member of the Collegiate Programming Committee, including two terms as Chairman. Additionally, she has many years of service to Sigma Phi Chapter as Chapter Adviser, Rush Adviser, Pledge (New Member) Adviser and President of the Sigma Phi Corporation Board. More recently, she has served as a Collegiate Programming Network Director and a Collegiate Network Director. A loyal member of the San Fernando Valley Alumnae Chapter, Phyllis has also completed two terms as Alumnae Chapter President. AOII honored her with a Rose Award in 1979. Phyllis has earned two Bachelor of Arts Degrees and a Master of Arts with Distinction in Educational Administration, Supervision and Higher Education from California State U, Northridge. She is currently the Supervisor of Academic Records in the University's Office of Admissions and Records. Phyllis and husband Stan, make their home in West Hills, California.
Director of Programming
Kathy Brakefield Sowell
Lambda Tau (U of Louisiana at Monroe)
A member of the Dallas Alumnae Chapter since 1991, Kathy has held many regional and international positions for AOII. She is a former Regional Rush Officer and Regional Vice President. She has served as a Collegiate Recruitment Network Director/Collegiate Recruitment Network Specialist, and a Collegiate Network Director. She was International Awards Committee Chairman, on the Colony Development Team, and been a training facilitator at numerous AOII conferences and events. Kathy was elected to the Executive Board in 2001 as Director of Collegiate Chapters. As a collegian, she served Lambda Tau as Rush Chairman, Assistant Rush Chairman and Song Leader. AOII honored her with a Rose Award in 1995. Kathy earned a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Education from Northeast Louisiana U (now known as U of Louisiana at Monroe) and a Masters in Communication Disorders from the U ofTexas at Dallas. She is currently a Speech-Language Pathologist for the Kooken Educational Center. Kathy and her husband, Guinn, make their home in Arlington, Texas with their son, Tucker.
Director of Alumnae
Kimberly Carson McGowan
Phi Beta (East Stroudsburg U)
Kim has served on the Executive Board as Director of Alumnae since 1997. She brings to the board a wide range of AOII experiences starting in her college years when she served as Chapter President, Vice President and Rush Chairman. In the alumnae chapter ranks, she served a five- year term as Chapter President of the Philadelphia Alumnae Chapter along with several other officer positions through the years. Beta Delta Chapter has benefitted from her service as a Chapter Adviser, Colony Adviser, Scholarship Adviser and a member of their Corporation Board. Kim has also served AOII as an Alumnae Regional Director and an Alumnae Network Director before her 1997 election to the Executive Board. She is a 1999 Rose Award Recipient. Kim earned a Bachelor of Science in Speech Correction from East Stroudsburg U and pursued Masters Degree Coursework in Counseling Psychology at Immaculata College. She is currently Assistant to the Director of Development at Valley Forge Military Academy and Junior College. Kim, her husband Dean, and their three children Morgan, age 16, Huntley, 13, and Keeleigh, 10, live in Malvern, Pennsylvania.
Director of Collegiate Chapters
Susan Danko
Phi Upsilon (Purdue U)
As a Phi Upsilon collegian, Susan served as Chapter President, Assistant House Manager and a Panhellenic Rush Counselor. After graduation, she travelled for AOII as a member of the 1983-84 Chapter Consultant Team. A member of the Dallas Alumnae Chapter, Susan also served a four year term as a Regional Director then held the positions of Collegiate Rush Network Specialist and Collegiate Rush Network Director. In 1999. she was elected to the Executive Board as Director of Collegiate Chapters. A Rose Award was presented to Susan in 1999. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from Purdue U and is currently employed by Fujitsu Network Communications as a Senior Manager in Human Resources. Susan makes her home in Dallas, Texas.
2003r2005 Foundation Doard.
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President
Carol Miller Stevenson Omega (Miami U)
Vice President
Dian Poole Volkmer
Tau Delta (Birmingham So. College)
Treasurer
Frankie Frazier Nordlund Nu Beta (U ofMississippi)
Secretary
Gayle Fitzpatrick
Alpha Rho (Oregon Slate U)
Director
Joanne Williamson Earls Zeta Psi (East Carolina U)
Director
Mary Ann Davies Jenkins Kappa Alpha (Indiana State U)
Director
Caroline Craig Lazzara
Lambda Beta (Cal. St. U - long Beach)
AOII International President
Sally Wagaman
Sigma Tau (Washington College)
2003-2005
Lazzara, Gayle Fitzpatrick, Joanne Williamson Earls, Mary Ann Davies Jenkins,
AOII Foundation Board members standing (I to rj: Caroline Craig
Dian Poole Volkmer and Sally Wagaman.
Seated: Carol Miller Stevenson and Frankie Frazier Nordlund.


Convention Awards
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Jessie Wallace Hughan Award
Honors one collegiate chapter with the most outstanding service to college or community and fulfillment of obligations to Alpha Omicron Pi.
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Helen St Clair Mullan Award
Honors an alumna member who has continually served AOII over the years, displaying loyal, faithful and devoted commitment to the Fraternity.
Beverly Landes Townsend, Alpha Phi (Montana State U)
Stella George Stern Perry Award
Honors the one collegiate president who, by out- standing service to her chapter, inspiration to
its members, and recognition by administration and/or fellow students of her college or univer- sity, typifies the Alpha Omicron Pi so beloved by Founder Stella Perry.
Jessica Bednarz, Beta Phi (Indiana U)
Elizabeth Heywood Wyman Award
Honors an alumna member who has achieved outstanding success and/or national acclaim in the arts, her profession, or service to humanity.
Wendy J. Chamberlin, Rho (Northwestern U) Assistant Administrator, Bureau for Asia and the Near East, United States Agency for International Development
Adele K. Hinton Award for Excellence
Honors an alumna who has set an outstanding personal example for others in the Fraternity. She exemplifies the ideals of AOII and inspires others to remain involved in Fraternity service.
Ingrid Latimer Schulz, Beta Lambda (Illinois Wesleyan U)
AOII for a Lifetime Award
Honors the collegiate and alumnae chapter who truly exemplify the fact that membership in AOII is a lifetime journey.
Gamma Alpha, (George Mason U) & Northern Virginia Alumnae
(I to r): Omicron CP, Sarah Wilbite, receives JWH Award; Perry Award winner, Jessica Bednarz (Beta Phi); and Mullan Award winner Beverly landes Townsend, (Alpha Phi) presented by Julie Brining.
Collegiate Chapter Awards
Membership Recruitment
and Retention Award
Gamma Alpha Omicron
Ruby Award for Distinguished Chapters
Alpha Chi Alpha Delta Gamma Alpha Gamma Omicron Gamma Sigma Kappa Kappa Kappa Tau Lambda Sigma Nu Omicron Omega Omicron Rho Omicron Tau Omicron
Pearl Award for Excellent Chapters
Chi Lambda Delta Epsilon Delta Omega
Gamma Delta Gamma Theta Iota Kappa Alpha Kappa Lambda Nu Iota Tau Delta Tau Omega Zeta ZetaPi
Gold Award for Outstanding Chapters
Alpha Phi Beta Phi
Chi Psi Epsilon Chi Kappa Omicron Pi Delta Pi Theta Sigma Omicron
McCausland C u p
Presented to the chapter whose overall academic development is the most superior.
Nu Omicron (Vanderbilt U)
Academic Development Cups
Beta Phi Chi Lambda Delta Omega Epsilon Kappa Kappa Kappa Omicron Lambda Sigma Lambda Upsilon Nu Omicron Omega Omicron Phi Chi Phi Sigma Sigma Omicron Zeta
Philos Awards
Honors the chapter
which has made the most outstanding contributions to the college Panhellenic
For2-9 groups
Gamma Alpha, (George Mason U)
Citation
Kappa Tau (Southeastern Louisiana U)
You Made a Difference
Alpha Chi (Western Kentucky U) Tau (UofMinnesota)
For 10 or moregroups
Alpha Delta (U ofAlabama)
Citation
Kappa Kappa (Ball State U)
You Made a Difference
Omega (Miami U)
Contingency Management Programming Award Honors the chapter whose program to ensure the health, safety and well being of its members is the most outstanding.
Zeta (U ofNebraska)
International Headquarters Cooperation Award
Sigma Tau (Washington College)
Muriel T McKinney Award
Honors an alumna adviser.
Dina Seib Willming, Chi Lambda, Chapter Adviser to Chi Lambda, (UofEvansville)
Outstanding Alumnae Advisory Committee Award
Gamma Alpha (George Mason U)


AAC Performance Certificates
Alpha Delta Beta Phi Chi Delta
Chi Epsilon Chi Lambda Delta Delta Delta Rho, Delta Theta Gamma Alpha Gamma Chi
Gamma Delta Gamma Sigma Gamma Theta
Kappa Alpha Kappa Kappa Kappa Sigma Kappa Tau Lambda Sigma Phi Beta Phi Sigma PiTheta Rho Omicron Sigma Chi Tau Tau Omega Theta Psi Zeta ZetaPi
Outstanding Corporation Board Award
With Lodge/House Delta Sigma (San Jose State U)
AMOthers
Theta Pi (Wagner College)
Corporation Performance Certificates
Alpha Psi Chi Lambda Delta Sigma Kappa Tau Nu Omicron Omega Upsilon Phi Sigma Sigma Chi Theta Pi
Alumnae Chapter Awards
Rose Awards
Honors loyal alumnae for their lifetime commitment to continuing interest
in, assistance for, and dedication to AOII.
Allison Allgier. Epsilon Omega: Julie Brining, Gamma Delta; Sherri Gill Clark, Pi; Patricia Cosby, Omicron; Lisa Dutt, Phi Sigma;
Cathy Bottomley German, Beta Kappa; Lori Kom Goede, Gamma Omicron;
Melania Harris, Phi; Elizabeth Malloy Hartell, Theta Pi; Helen Hoel Hatcher, Theta Psi;
Ann Schmidt Lampe, Phi; Catherine Cifers Leake, Omicron; Linda Siegrist Mahfouz,
Kappa Tau; Teresa Mitchiner, Phi; Suzanne McMillen On,
Omicron; Victoria Evans Piatt, Beta Gamma; Judith Wright Rose,
Pi Kappa: Cheryl Shelley, Theta Psi; Cynthia Gerhls Skiver, Omicron Pi;
Carol Cotten Smith, Alpha Pi; Joan Kees Wigginton, Tau; Mychelle Kleypas Williamson, Sigma Omicron; Anne Buechlein Wilmes.
Chi Lambda; Edith Johnston Wright, Alpha Phi: Barbara Zolnierczak, Beta Pi
Membership Recruitment
and Retention Awards
Greater Lafayette Indianapolis
Membership Recruitment
and Retention Citation
Cleveland Area Greater Los Angeles Huntsville Northern Virginia
Palo Alto South Bay/Palos Verdes Suburban Maryland
Recruitment Citation
Denver Area Sarasota Tucson
Retention Citation
Bozeman Calgary Charleston Orlando Area
Ruby Award for Distinguished Chapters
Chicago City Greater Los Angeles Indianapolis Macomb County Northern Virginia
Palo Alto South Bay/Palos Verdes Toledo Area
Read Award for Excellent Chapters
Atlanta Bloomington-Normal Calgary Chicago Northwest Suburban Chicago West Suburban Dayton Denver Detroit North Suburban
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Rosalie Gorham Barber (leftj andJacquelyn Struble Dinwiddle (right] are recipients of the Foundation's Barbara Daugs Hunt [center] Award. Other Foundation awards are listed in their Annual Report.
Evansville/Tri-State Greater Harrisburg Greater Lafayette Greater Pinellas Huntsville Lake County Lehigh Valley Long Island Minneapolis/St. Paul New Orleans New York Capital Region NY/NJ Metro Northern Orange County Orlando Area
Piedmont Rockford St. Louis San Diego San Jose Sarasota Southern Orange County State College Suburban Maryland Triangle
Gold Award for Outstanding Chapters
Bloomington Bozeman Bucks County
Central New Mexico Charieston Charlotte Cleveland Area Denton County Greater Portland Jonesboro Little Rock Montreal Muncie New York City Area Northern Kentucky Omaha Ottawa Philadelphia Phoenix San Mateo Seattle Tampa Bay Tucson Ventura County
Philos Award
Honors one alumnae chapter where the Panhellenic spirit is best displayed.
Atlanta
Citation
Northern Virginia
You Made a Difference
Chicago Northwest Suburban
International Headquarters Cooperation Award
Toledo Area
Presidential Citations
Collegiate
Alpha Delta (U of Alabama), Sigma Omicron
(Arkansas State U), Upsilon Lambda (U ofTexas - San Antonio)
Alumnae
Connie Spray Barker, Kappa Pi; Mary Matarazzo Bryant. Delta Omega; Susan Elder, Beta Gamma;
Melissa Parsons Healy, Omega; Shirley Pinneke Knipfel, Iota Sigma; Caroline Craig Lazzara, Lambda Beta; Sky Ruhlman Louapre, Pi;
Jane Breckenridge Tessmer, Gamma Theta; AOII International Headquarters Staff
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Gamma Alpha and Northern Virginia Alumnae win the AOII For a lifetime Award.


Volunteer Di
Thefollowing is a condensed version ofthe AOII fraternity council directory. If you need mailing addresses, or the name ofa volunteer not listed here, please visit the AOII website (www.alphaomicronpi.org). You willfind the directory on Sisters Online.
Executive Board
International President Sally W agaman
H: (215) 887-6235
W: (215)698-4140
F: (215) 887-3463 [email protected]
Vice President ofOperations Krista Malmquist Whipple
H: (440) 498-3929
W: (800) 999-2624 34408
F: (440) 498-3608 [email protected]
Vice President ofDevelopment Toni Flowers Morgan
H: (256) 880-1544
W: (256) 824-6701
F: (256) 824-6829 [email protected]
Vice President ofFinance Renee Pugh Smith
H: (317) 569-2889
W: (317) 872-8113
F: (317) 569-5156 [email protected]
Director ofProgramming Kathy Brakefield Sowell
H: (817) 572-1477
W : (817) 459-7152
F: (817) 483-0688 [email protected]
Director ofCollegiate Chapters Susan Danko
H: (972) 248-1013
W: (972) 479-7720
F: (972) 248-IOI6 [email protected] fnc.fujitsu.com
Director ofCollegiate Chapters Phyllis Casteel Gilson
H: (818) 887-9344
W: (818) 677-3740
F: (818) 677-7676 [email protected]
Director of Alumnae Kimberly Carson McGowan H: (610) 827-5077
F: (610) 827-5078 [email protected]
Foundation Board
President
Carol Miller Stevenson
H: (215) 968-7772
W: (615) 370-0920
F: (215) 968-9726 [email protected]
Vice-President Dian Poole Volkmer H: (573) 221-0042 [email protected]
Secretary
Gayle Fitzpatrick
H: (973) 267-8802
W: (973) 257-2093
F: (908) 385-3274 (cell) [email protected]
Treasurer
Frankie Frazier Nordlund W: (501) 221-1825 [email protected]
Directors
Joanne Williamson Earls H: (540) 788-9051
W: (703) 893-2660 X323 F: (540) 788-1724 [email protected]
Mary Ann Davies Jenkins H: (919) 789-8023
W: (919) 696-6554 (cell) [email protected]
Caroline Craig Lazzara
H: (212) 439-0007
W: (212) 218-7463
F: (312) 444-4517 [email protected]
AOII International President Sally Wagaman
H: (215) 887-6235
W: (215)698-4140
F: (215) 887-3463 [email protected]
AOII Properties Board
Kathryn TribbeyFitzgerald
H: (707) 259-0626
W: (707) 257-1545
F: (707) 257-1546 [email protected]
Shirley Pinneke Knipfel H: (515) 292-5805
W: (515) 294-1250
F: (515) 292-4620 [email protected]
Laura Mann
H: (904) 992-885< W: (904) 234-0390
[email protected]
Tanya Bailey Smith
H: (416) 925-3707 [email protected]
Vice President of Finance Renee Pugh Smith
H: (317) 569-2889
W: (317) 872-8113
F: (317) 569-5156 [email protected]
International President Sally W agaman
H: (215) 887-6235
W: (215)698-4140
F:(215) 887-3463 [email protected]
Past International Presidents
Ginger Banks
H: (512) 454-8572
F: (512) 454-6979 [email protected]
Linda Peters Collier
H: (703) 242-0560
W: (202) 756-8618
F: (703) 242-0561 [email protected]
Peg Kramer Crawford H: (708) 671-1091
F: (708) 671-IIO9 [email protected]
Ann McClanahan Gilchrist H: (317) 849-6142
W: (317) 585-4911
F: (317) 585-4907 [email protected]
Barbara Daugs Hunt H: (262) 377-7766
W: (262) 243-4533 [email protected] cuw .edu
Carole Jurenko Jones H: (256) 864-0509
F: (256) 864-0807 [email protected]
Joan Deathe MacCallum H: (514) 631-4092
W: (514) 637-3545 [email protected]
Nancy Moyer McCain H: (586) 463-4124
Mary McCammon Williams H: (309) 829-3656
W: (309) 827-4371
F: (309) 827-5639 [email protected]
International Standing Committee Chairmen
Rituals, Traditions &Jewelry Ginger Banks
H: (512) 454-8572
F: (512) 454-6979 [email protected]
Human Resource Committee Robin Lee Beltramini
H:(248) 828-1775
F: (248) 879-8898 [email protected]
Prc^ramming Committee Susan Bonifield
H: (919) 416-0012
F: (919) 681-7953 [email protected]
Constitution Interputation and Revisions Committee (CIRC) Christina Carlson Dodds
H: (512) 3OI-8883
W: (512) 481-3755 [email protected]
Education and Training
Committee
Lori Han Eben
H: (404) 816-0088
W: (404) 816-OHl [email protected]
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Fraternity Development Committee
Ann McClanahan Gilchrist H: (317) 849-6142
W: (317) 585-4911 F: (317) 585-4907
[email protected] akl.org
Historian/Archivist Joan Deathe MacCallum H: (514) 631-4092
W: (514) 637-3545 [email protected]
Perry Award Committee Nancy Moyer McCain
H: (586) 463-4124
Extension Committee Cami Wacker
H: (308) 237-4420
W: (308) 865-8519
[email protected]
NPC Delegate Carole Jurenko Jones H: (256) 864-0509
F: (256) 864 0807
[email protected]
NPC 1st Alternate
Mary McCammon Williams H: (309) 829-3656
W: (309) 827-4371
F: (309) 827-5639 [email protected]
NPC 2nd Alternate Robin Mansfield Wright H: (850) 937-9212
W: (850) 595-3055
F: (850) 937-9002 [email protected]
NPC 3rd Alternate Linda Peters Collier H: (703)242-0560
W: (202) 756-8618
F: (703) 242-0561 [email protected]
Pariimentarian
Ingrid Latimer Schulz
H: (715) 848-0787
W: (715) 848-0787 [email protected]
Foundation Committee Chairmen Ruby Fund Committee Mary Batman Converse
H: (703) 978-9617
W: (703) 893-2660
F: (703) 893-2123 [email protected]
Grants Committee Joanne Williamson Earls H: (540) 788-9051
W: (703) 893-2660 X323 F: (540) 788-1724 [email protected]
Scholarship Committee Gayle Fitzpatrick
H: (973) 267-8802
W: (973) 257-2093
F: (908) 385-3274 (cell) [email protected]
Major Gifts/Endowment Mary Ann Davies Jenkins H: (919) 789-8023
W: (919) 696-6554 (cell) majen [email protected]
Loyalty Fund
Caroline Craig Lazzara
H: (212) 439-0007
W: (212) 218-7463
F: (312) 444-4517 [email protected]
Finance and Budget Committee Frankie Frazier Nordlund
W: (501) 221-1825 [email protected]
Marketing Committee Dian Poole Volkmer
H: (573) 221-0042 [email protected]
Collegiate Network
Collegiate Network Directors Allison Allgier
H: (513) 871-3791
W:(5I3) 636-3816
F: (513) 636-3939 [email protected]
Rebecca Braatz Bair
H: (419) 885-3363 [email protected]
Kimberly Altemus Carroll H: (610)485-8583
W: (610) 853-5900 X5710 [email protected]
Louanne Watson Condreay H: (765) 447-5935
W: (765) 772-4700 X4094
F: (765) 497-3500 [email protected]
Lori Korn Goede
H: (281) 361-7020
W: (888) 693-5636 32807 F: (281) 361-7046 [email protected]
Kristy Manchul
H: (403) 275-6062
W: (403) 275-8631
F: (403) 275-8632 [email protected]
Susan Anderson Morgan H: (251) 343-5619
W: (251) 633-1369
F: (251) 639-28IO [email protected]
Collegiate Network Specialists Katherine Leach Andrews
H: (732)866-0668
W: (212) 250-9401
F: (212) 469-4653 [email protected]
Sally Rowcll Becking
H: (404)378-0543
W: (404) 378-9530 [email protected]
Shala Schweitzer Berry H: (416) 222-0039 [email protected]
Jennifer Bussman
H: (573) 443-8496
W: (573) 499-20OO [email protected]
Heidi Schmalheiser Butler H: (716) 885-4656
W: (716) 632-3633 [email protected]
Katherine Casserly H: (301) 305-4737 W: (301) 405-0838
[email protected] Joanna Crews
H: (423)870-8228 W: (423) 364-2910 [email protected]
Laura Jones Dunlap H: (225) 665-4870 W: (225) 216-8700 F: (225) 216-8010 [email protected] lpsb.org
Michelle Finley
H: (678) 296-7403
W: (770) 492-3552
F: (770) 908-5698 [email protected]
Karen Fredericks
H: (317) 575-0231 [email protected]
Robin Pilardi Gibson H: (908) 790-1921 [email protected]
Tammy Childress Glenn H: (336)286-5734
W: (336) 805-3971 [email protected]
Linda Schwartz Grandolfo H: (847) 543-488o
W: (847) 831-9152
F: (847) 543-4882 [email protected]
Melania Harris
H: (636)536-0234 W: (314) 313-4155 [email protected]
Melissa Parsons Healy
H: (513) 523-3677 [email protected]
Brooke Green Holtzman H: (303) 432-3776 [email protected] att.net
Kimberly Adkins Keaton H: (864) 213-9574
W: (336) 605-2188 [email protected]
Stephanie Curton Kenley H: (501) 803-3012
W: (501) 228-4433
F: (501) 223-2977
sckaoi [email protected]
Holly Kunkel
H: (904) 285-2953
W: (904) 633-6335 [email protected]
Andrea Smythe LaFleur H: (609) 735-9919
W: (609) 894-4856 126 [email protected] yahoo.com
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Reagan McMillan H: (985) 507-1868
[email protected]
Rachel Maris Miller
H: (505) 889-1899
W: (816) 505-6513 [email protected]
Branch" Nunnery
H: (615) 315-0829 [email protected]
Julie Pare' H:(317)821-8480 [email protected]
Ann Muenzmay Phillips H: (386) 672-5071
W: (386) 238-4990
F: (904) 238-4997 [email protected]
Stephanie Rendon H:(830)228-5391 W: (210) 335-2743
[email protected] gvtc.com Rebecca Greer Rogers
H: (859) 384-2848 W: (513) 872-2481 F: (513) 872-3473
rlrogers2002 @yahoo.com
Kelly Schlieder
H: (717) 312-0656 [email protected]
Liesl Reiners Schutt
H: (334) 826-3869
W: (334) 887-4192
F: (334) 887-8048 [email protected]
Marjorie Stevens
H: 604-87-0255
W: (604) 691-4742
F: (613) 594-5754 [email protected]
Sandy Alford Stewart H: (270) 843-6158
W: (000) OOO-OOOO [email protected]
DeChelle Duran Summers H: (314) 369-4041 [email protected] sbcglobal.net
Karen Weigel
H: (717) 657-9809
W: (717) 691-5500 [email protected]
Alumnae Network
Alumnae Network Directors Martha Leonard Harrison
H: (407) 886-1922
F: (407) 886-1331 [email protected]
Kathryn Ann Jensen H: (713) 942-9402
F: (713) 942-9402 [email protected]
Judith Wright Rose
H: (713) 868-2884
W: (713) 963-3470
F: (713) 964-5640 [email protected]
Karen Youngman Ryan H: (408) 268-2831 [email protected]
H:(804) 272-5213
F: (804) 272-5669 [email protected]
Cynthia Gehrls Skiver
H: (419) 893-3576
W: (419) 842-9000 [email protected] Mary Ann Kidder Smith
H: (919) 460-9877 [email protected]
Alumnae Network Extension
lists
Kristina Sell Kiene
H: (912) 330-9478
F: (912) 330-9476 [email protected]
Linda Martin McLaughlin H: (817) 788-8856
F: (817) 581-3755
[email protected]
Chapter Consultants
MacKenzie Buus [email protected]
Wendy Davis [email protected]
Dawn Marquez [email protected]
Theresa Ngo-Anh [email protected]
Aimee Rivera [email protected]
Lara Tucci [email protected]
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Amber Williams H: (504) 227-2496 W: (504) 842-7117 F:(504) 842-7119 [email protected]
Lori Wilder Williams
H: 251-473-7686
W: (205) 479-5674 OO [email protected]
Mychelle Kleypas Williamson
H: (850) 897-0356
W: (501) 681-1067
F:(501)228-2266 H:(425)743-2368 RuthWhiteheadShorter
[email protected]
Colony Development Network
Colony Development Network Director
Lisa Dutt
H: (636) 329-1300 W: (314) 702-7631 F: (314) 702-7133 [email protected]
CoJpny Development Network Specialists Amy Jones Ashley
H: (317) 253-4443
W: (317) 571-4084 [email protected]
Teresa Spirio D'Acunto H: (813) 671-8322
W: (813) 631-4742
F: (813) 237-4377 [email protected]
Veronica Luna Kentish H: (303)920-0228 [email protected]
Linda Siegrist Mahfouz H: (225) 647-4775 [email protected]
Lori Roberts Miller H: (225) 654-1146 W: (225) 929-8628 [email protected]
Natasha Phillips Sherwood H: (813) 933-1643 [email protected] yahoo.com
W: (425) 743-2368
F: (425) 745-2729 [email protected]
Rene Strong Fitzgerald H: (512) 442-4181
F: (419) 793-7786
[email protected] Erin Golub Gaddis
H: (941) 505-0972
W: (813) 786-7898
F: (727) 725-5689 [email protected]
Karen Snyder Galehan H: (724)695-8474
W: (412) 854-4700 Ex631 [email protected]
Kathy Blackburn Hillyard H: (859) 543-1700
W: (859) 232-3371 [email protected]
Ann Schmidt Lampe H: (310) 373-7032 [email protected]
Lauren Turner Mehalik H: (203) 881-9308 [email protected]
Marie Carlile Newberry H: (256)883-0536
W: (256) 883-5000 204
F: (256) 883-5004 [email protected]
Sarah Oyer
H: (816) 561-7102 [email protected] earthlink.net
Alumnae Network Specialists Ann Brislawn Beardsley
Yvonne Archibeque Sams H: 630-739-5663 [email protected]
Volunteer Directory


Oil Alumnae
e Time isNow!
Whether this is your first year out of col- lege or it's been more years than you'd like to count, the time to become an active AOII alumnae member is now! As an AOII alumna, there is no better time than the present to transfer your collegiate chapter membership to your local alumnae chapter or to the AOII Always program.
To locate your local alumnae chapter, review the listing on the following pages and contact the alumnae president listed. Alumnae chapter dues are set locally and cost approximately $40 annually. Alumnae chapter activities are varied and usu- ally held once per month. As an alumnae chapter member, you are the one to decide your level of involvement - from simply paying dues, to attending just one or every chapter event, to hosting a meeting, to serv- ing as a chapter officer. Membership in an AOII alumnae chapter provides countless opportunities for friendship, networking, socializing, philanthropic involvement, and sisterhood. Whatever level of involvement you choose, your life will be enhanced by renewing your relationship with AOII.
AOII Always allows every AOII alumna to honor her lifetime commitment to AOII through a $50 annual AOII Always membership. AOII Always members will receive a special acknowledgement packet, two electronic newsletters per year, and the opportunity to earmark their $50 to a spec- ified area. In becoming an AOII Always
member, you will be honoring the lasting- ness of the obligations that you voluntarily accepted on the day of your initiation. A n application for AOII Always membership can be found on the AOII website.
In addition to joining your local alumnae chapter or becoming an AOII Always member, there are a number of other ways that you can honor your AOII member- ship. Again, your level of involvement is uptoyou. Ifthetimeisrightforyouto become immersed in the world of AOII, you can volunteer to work with your local AOII collegiate chapter as an adviser or corporation board officer or member. You can also complete and submit a volunteer application to serve as a network officer or committeemember. Ifyourtimeislimited, you can volunteer to help out your local collegiate chapter with a one-time project such as recruitment or philanthropy.
For those with even less free time, there are still ways that you can show your pride in AOII. These are all simple gestures that you can perform right now to promote AOII:
• Complete and submit a Membership Information Form (MIF) on a young woman that you know who is attending a university with an AOII chapter on campus.
• Renew your magazine subscriptions through our Great Expectations magazine program.
• Display your AOII letters on an AOII cof- fee mug at work or on an AOII water bottle
or t-shirt during your workouts at the gym. • Let your collegiate chapter sisters know that you're still a proud AOII by visiting the AOII website and reading and signing the Guestbook.
In becoming an active and participating alumna member you will not only benefit from honoring the lifetime commitment you made, but even more importantly, you will be setting a wonderful example for our collegiate women to follow. Our collegians look to our alumnae as role models. As alumnae, we must uphold our pledge to AOII and support our organization just as we expect our collegians to do while they are collegiate members.
Whether it's been a year or two or many more since you were an involved AOII member, it's not too late to reacquaint yourself with the organization that meant so much to you while you were a college student. The time is now to unite with thousands of your AOII sisters in joining an AOII alumnae chapter or becoming an AOII Always member.
Additional information on AOII alum- nae chapters, AOII Always, and all of the opportunities mentioned in this article can be found on the AOII website, www.alphaomicronpi.org, or by calling our Alumnae Services Administrator at AOII Headquarters at 615-370-0920 for further information.
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Alumnae Chapter Presidents
United States
Alabama
Birmingham
KimSpcori, 2649 N Chandalar Ln, Pelham.AL 35124 (205)664-8951 [email protected]
I lunisville
Judith Sharpe. 2208 Shades Crest Dr, Huntsville.AL 35801
[email protected] ingr.com
Mobile
Geraldine Marks, 1800 Ridge Q .. M obile. A l 36609 (205)661-2014
Montgomery
Cynthia Yarbrough, 7208 Brisbane Pi, Montgomery, AL 36117 [email protected]
T uscaloosa
Dolores Rhodes. 606 Highfield Rd. T uscaloosa, AL 354£>5 (205) 247"539' [email protected] cs.com
Arkansas
Jonesboro
Carolyn Wyat. 3629 Btueridge Cir. Jonesboro. AR 72401 (870) 932-H55 green [email protected]
Little Rock Area
JanePrather, 1000 N Cleveland St, Liu le Rock, AR 72207 (501) 663-2473 [email protected]
Arizona
Phoenix
Chandra Whaley, 4356 E Briles Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85050 (480) 419-4077 [email protected]
Tucson
Robin Pakka. 2641 ESylvia St, Tucson, AZ 85716 [email protected]
California
Diablo Valley
Mary Lou Delpech.
2916 Tice CK Dr # 8. Walnut Creek, CA 94595 (925)932-6742 [email protected]
East Bay
Judith Lacina, 7623 Flagstone Dr. Pleasanton. CA 94588 (925) 462-9076 [email protected]
Greater Los Angeles
Francheska Anderson, 9338 Geyser Ave, Northridge, CA 91324 (818) 349"48i2
Long Beach
Anne Koo. 4711 Walnut Avenue,
Sacramento Valley
Cynthia Ice. 7948 Glenstone Ave. Citrus Heights. CA 95610
Greater Pensacola
Karen Stewart, 12560 Ophelia Dr. Pensacola. F'L32506
Chicago City
Amy Mikel. 617 W Drummond Place S3BE, Chicago. IL60614
(773) 244-6425 [email protected]
Chicago NW Suburban
Judith Zawacke. 1302 W Palatine Rd, Arlington Heights, IL60004
(847) 253-5538
Chicago South Suburban
Eva JaBaay, 22924 Sunriver Drive. Frankfort, IL60423 (815) 464-9840
Chicago Wesi Suburban
Julie Olberding, 510Campbell Ci,
Kentuckiana
Autumn Stith-Mitchell, 5210 Flrwood Ln,Louisville, KY 40291 (502)762-1191 amitchel [email protected]
Kentucky Lakes
Kelly Scruggs. 5935 Majestic Oak Dr.
Long Beach. CA 90807 [email protected] mail.com
(562)422-6329
Ann Arbor
Donna McCollum,
536 Cresiway Court. Saline, MI 48176 (734) [email protected]
Dearborn
Arlene Kalis. 20665 W River Rd. Grosse He. MI 48138 (734) 676-5575
Detroit N Suburban
Cynthia Arvant, 13122 Kingston Ave, Huntington W oods, MI 48070 (248)586-1273 [email protected]
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Napa Valley
Keri Susen.
1600 Lincoln Village Circle*2240. Larkspur, CA 94939 (46)925-1546
Nonhem Orange Co.
Janie Crawford. 9615 La Cima Dr., Whiuier.CA 90605 (562)947-3595
Palo Alto
Lori Castellucci.1551 Granger Way, Redwood City. CA 94061
(415) 365-6837
Gainesville
Janei Kaye W ood 197 Turkey Creek, Alachua, FL32615 (904) 462-4339 [email protected]
Greater Lee County
Melanie Rasnick, 12047 Mahogany Isle lane. Fort Myers. KL33913
Bloom ington-Normal
Alicia Summerford, 1314 N Fell Ave. Bkxwnington, IL61701 (309) 287-4198 aoi [email protected]
Champaign-Urbana
Melissa Johnson, 2105 Harbortown Circle. Champaign. 1L61821
Bowling Green
Brinney Long, 675 Brentwurth Dr, Bowling Green. KY 42103
IS
(916) 300-8274
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San Diego
Stephanie Putnoky,
10030 Paseo Montril Apt 902,
San Diego. CA 92129 (858) 484-2071 [email protected] l.com
San Fernando Valley
Mary Ann Kenney, 5235 Kester ttno, Sherman Oaks, CA 91411 (818) 386-0936 [email protected]
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Cynthia Valencia. 6711 N Longmont. San Gabriel. CA 91775 (626)451-6562 [email protected]
San Jose
S t a c e y K i n g . 1 9 7 0 R a n d o l p h D r i v e , San Jose, C A 95128 (408) 295-8686
San Mateo
Jo Ann Hawley, 1311 Montero Ave, Burlingame, CA 94010 (650)342-7085
South Bay/Palos Verdes
Dana Miller, 2207A Pullman Lane, Redondo Beach. CA 90278
(310) 318-2677 [email protected]
Southern Orange County Betty Colby. 2939 Bonanza, San Clemente. CA 92673
Greater Pinellas
Doris Rudisill. 10221 Tarpon Drive, Treasure Island. FL 33706
(813) 360-8442
Jacksonville
]an Marie Mitchell, 1508 Avondale Ave, Jacksonville, FL32205
(904) 388-0796 [email protected]
Orlando
Elizabeth McHale. 518 Appleion PI. Oviedo, FL32765 (407) 366-6953 [email protected]
Palm Beach County
Nancy Munson. 106 Coventry Place. P a l m B e a c h G a r d e n s . F'L 3 3 4 ' 8
Paducah. KY 42003 [email protected]
(270) 534"'705
(949) 492-8044
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Ventura County
Mary Newman.
2086 Lauralwood Dr. Thousand Oaks. CA 91362 (805) 492-3854 [email protected]
Colorado
Denver
Clara Tomsula, 10834 W. 79th Place.
Newburgh. IN 47630 hotmail.com
(812)305-5256
Dana Mullins 3712 Rapides Si, Monroe. LA 71203 (318)343-6389 [email protected]
New Orleans
I,aurie Baugh. 4716 Herrmann Street, M etairie. LA 70006 (504) 889-2130 1an [email protected]
Maryland
Baltimore
Maria High. 221 EBiddle St, Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 727-7111 [email protected]
SuburbanMaryland
1lope Iipton.4PinemontPlace# I-D, Baltimore, MD 21236 (410) 661-7315
t [email protected]
Maine
Greater Port land
Nancy Chard. 35 Candlewyck Ter,
Arvada, CO 80005 [email protected]
(303) 467-0957
(706) 863-9914
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Connecticut
Greater Hartford LindaStroud, iWillardSt,
Middle Georgia
Kimberiy Dixon. 1242 Second Street, Dudley, GA 31022 (478) 676-2453 [email protected]
Savannah
Allison Hiers. 6 Linden Drive. Savannah. GA 31405
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Delaware
(860)651-6765
Southern Delaware
Alyssa Simon, 4 Plymouth Ct, Lewes, DE19958 (302) 644-4034 asi [email protected],k 12,de.us
Florida
Fori I^audcrdalc
Laurie French, 2828 Casita Way #207, Delray Beach. FL 33445
(912) 352-0220
Iowa
[email protected]
(561) 278-0796
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Lawrence, KS 66044 [email protected]
Kentucky
(913)841-6850
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Central KY Bluegrass
Chris Campbell, 2052 Greentree Dr, Richmond, KY 40475 (859)623-5628 [email protected]
Greater Miami
Jessica Jamanca.12237 SW 210 St, Miami.FL33177 (305) 281-1755
(217)352-9569
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(561) 694-9984
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DeKalb-Kane
Linda Munson. 2838 Greenwood Acres Dr, Dekalb, IL60115 (815)756-3366 [email protected]
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Shari Kagan. 803 Cottonwood Lane, Marengo, IL60152 (847)401-5692 [email protected]
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Mary O'Donnell. 10425 William Tr., R oscoe. IL 61073 (815) 623-2762
cm [email protected] inwave.com
Indiana
Bl<K)inington
Leah Rohrbach, 4307 Maefield St. Bkximington, IN 47404
(812) 876-9924 [email protected]
Evansvil le Tri-State
Rebecca Ziga, 4288 Wynbrooke Dr.,
Sarasota Area
Mi'Chelle Bettner, 7284 N Serenoa Dr, Sarasota, FL34241 m [email protected]
Tampa Bay
Tosha Vickers.
Petersburg. FL 33710 (727) 345"856o st [email protected]
Georgia
Athens
Marcy Gonzalez. 340 Red Fox Run. Athens, GA 30605 (706) 227-0476 [email protected]
Atlanta
Tracy Stark. 8630 Niblick Drive, Alpharetta. GA 30022
(770) 998-9932
[email protected]
Indianapolis
Diana Ruschhaupi, 7833 Susan DrS. Indianapolis, IN 46250 (317)578-1716 [email protected]
Lalavetie
Millicent Mitchell, 710 Winslow Lane, W I^afayette. IN 47906 (765) 463-7273
[email protected]
Muncie
Judith McFarland.
3515 W Godman Ave. Muncie. IN 47304 (765)284-9449 [email protected]
Terre Fiaute
]o Flglen, 5124 Knighisbridge Court, Terre Fiaute. IN 47803 (812) 877-9854 [email protected]
Kansas
Topeka-Lawrence
Rhonda Beardshear, 313 Fast 17th.
1195 57th St N. Saint
Augusta Area
Charlotte Cam 120Woodcreek Dr. Martinez. GA 30907
Des Moines
Tracey Krueger, ion NEI lyacinih Ln. Ankeny, 1A 50021
Idaho
Pocalello
Brenda Howard. 4870 Mohawk St,
Pon land, ME 04102
Michigan
(207)774-0475
Pocaiello. ID 83204
Illinois
(208)232-1106
W heaion. IL60187
(630) 665-2671
Lexington
Melissa Underwood
3017 Blenheim Way, Lexingion. KY 40503 (859) 296-9888
m [email protected] j uno.com
Northern Kentucky
Angela Ziegelmeyer.
3211 Woodward St. Erlanger. KY 41018 (606) 727-4577 [email protected]
Lousiana
Acadiana
Mary Thomas, 201 Bambi Dr.
U fayette, LA 70503 (337)984"9376 1 ill lion 1 [email protected]
Baton Rouge
Elaine Ellis. 4713 Beech Harbor Dr. Baton Rouge, LA 70817 (225) 75i-55'7 [email protected]
Hammond Area
Janin Boos. Johnston 86 Rosedown Dr.
(270)782-9509
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Grand Rapids
Kimberly Boyle, 1010 Ruddiman Dr, North Muskegon, MI 49445
(231) 744-6852 [email protected]
Macomb County
Marilyn Andreini, 1403 Yorkshire Rd, Grosse Pointe, Ml 48230
(313) 884-3402 [email protected]
Minnesota
Minneapolis/St. Paul ChristineBerquist,189PenisulaRd., Medicine Lake, MN 55441
(763) 593-5068
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Missouri
Greater Kansas City
Margaret Adams. 9036 N Lane Ave, Kansas City, MO 64)57
(816) 407-9523 [email protected]
St. Louis
April Giesmann, 196 Black Lantern Ct, Saint Peters, MO 63376
(636) 240-9631 [email protected]
Mississippi
Greater Hattiesburg Area
Michele Keen, PO Box 85, Ellisville, MS 39437
(601)477-2494 [email protected]
Greater Jackson
Johanna McMullan,
912 Newland Street, Jackson, MS 39211 (601) 956-2526 [email protected]
Oxford Area
Tina Humphreys. 28Honeysuckle Lane,Oxford, MS 38655 (662)513-8559 [email protected]
Montana
Bozeman
Heidi Dougherty,
2425 Turkey Red Ln, Bozman, MT 59715 (406)585-0237 [email protected]
Northwest Montana
Sharon Berger, 208 River View Dr, Kalispell, MT 59901
North Carolina
Charlotte
Shelly Stevenson, 9525 Arborview Ct, Charlotte, NC 28269 (704) 599"97o8 [email protected]
Greater Greenville
Alex Kinney, 2917 Cedar Creek Rd. Apt #14, Greenville, NC 27834
(252) 752-5673 [email protected]
Piedmont, NC
Ginny Tash, 14 Bluestem Court, Greensboro, NC 27405
(336) 358-0886 [email protected]
Triangle
Shawn Fenimore. 2533 Bay Harbor Dr, Raleigh, NC 27604 (919) 231-9434 [email protected]
Winston-Salem
Jean Larson, 150 Nottidge Court, Clemmons, NC 27012 (336) 766-7994 [email protected]
Nebraska
Kearney
Susan Placke, 4730 Ave "G",
Cleveland West
Michelle Snevel. 1955 Radcliffe Dr. W estlake, OH 44145 (44°) 835"4427 [email protected]
Dayton
Janice Daniels, 2312 Andrew Rd, Ket-
Texas
Austin
Candice Ramirez.
1007 S. Congress Ave. #1025, Austin.TX 78704 (512)707-9425 [email protected]
Dallas
Jacque Cashdollar, 2104 Cotton Mill Drive. Mc Kinney, TX 75070 (214) 726-1949 [email protected]
Denton County NicoleDeBusk,POBox701752. Dallas. T X 75370 (972) 820-7055 [email protected]
Greater Tarrant County
Maria Linden. 2601 Jane Ln, Arlington. TX 76001 (817)784-9873 [email protected]
Houston
Laura Segers, 3811 Shipman Ln. Spring, TX 77388
(281) [email protected]
N Houston Suburban
Cindy Simpson, 1707 Mercoal, Spring, T X 77386
(281)[email protected]
San Antonio
Rachel Rivas, 4223 Hall Park Dr., San Antonio.TX 78218(210) 654-4898 [email protected]
Utah
Sail Lake City
Lee O'Neal, 9756 S. Dante Circle, Sandy, UT 84092 (801)733-6707 [email protected] nknet
Virginia
Northern Virginia AmieeGold,12211Densmore Court, Woodbridge, VA 22192 (703) 670- 2107 [email protected]
Virginia Tidewater
Misty Colvin, 5809 Westerwald Placett104.
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
Williamsburg
Delia Shelton, ill Kings Grant Dr,
Y orktown. V A 23692 (757) 875-9579 del [email protected] Washington
Columbia Basin
Dyan Woodward, 2634 Scoltsdale Place, Richland, WA 99352 (509) 375- 4056 [email protected]
Canada
Alberta
Calgary
Mairin Beaulieu,
109 Prestwick Mews SE, Calgary, AB T2Z3X6 Canada (403) 257-8118 [email protected]
British Columbia
V ancouver
Leigh Newlands.
1587 Rena Cres West, Vancouver. BC V7V2Z2 Canada (604) 925-0023 [email protected]
Ontario
Ottawa
Mary Jane Jacobsen,
27 Burndale Rd. Gloucester. ON K1B3Y4 Canada(6i3) 837-3361 al_mj .jacobsen @sympatico.ca
Toronto Area
Chris Hostetter,
605-365 Eglinton Avenue, Toronto. ON M5P2C6 Canada (416) 526-6796 [email protected]
Quebec
Montreal
Gail Blackwood.
125 Cloverdale Apt 4,
Dorval Quebec. PQ H9S 3J1 Canada (514)633-7087 [email protected]
Forming
Alumnae Chapters
Alumnae Chapters are
currently forming in the following areas. Contact the Alumnae services Administrator at AOII Headquarters formoreinformation, [email protected], (6i5)-370-0920.
Akron Area, OH Chattanooga, TN
Central OK
Columbia, SC
Columbus, GA
Columbus, OH
Davis Area. CA Dyersburg,TN
Eufala, AL
Jackson, TN
London, Ontario, CANADA NEAR/NWOK
Richmond, VA Santa Barbara. CA Shreveport, LA
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Kearney. NE 68847 [email protected]
(308)237-2917
Lincoln
Susan Vaccaro, 6640 Old Dominion Rd. Lincoln. NE 68516 (402) 420-5434 [email protected]
Omaha
Sarah Roth, 1892 North 115th Plaza #3924,Omaha.NE68154(402) 827- 7199 [email protected]
New Jersey
Central New Jersey
Jill Bengis, 31 Canada Goose Dr, Hackettstown. NJ 0784
(908) 684-3145 [email protected]
Jersey Shore
Lisa Eck, 1603 Revere Lane, W all, NJ 07712 (732)681-6818 [email protected]
New Mexico
Central New Mexico
Kathleen Adams, 816 Silver Ave SE, Albuquerque.NM 87102
(505) 224-9535 [email protected]
Nevada
Las Vegas
Sarah Arnold.
3235 Dawnflower St # C, Las Vegas. NV 89121
New York
Buffalo
Renee Rocchio-Nigro, 4 200 Thomwood Lane, Williamsville,NY 14221 reneen [email protected]
Long Island
Victoria Menna, 3 Ward Dr, Smithtown, NY 11787 (631)724-4066 [email protected]
New York Capital Region
Andrea Loran, 4 Normanside Dr, Albany, NY 12208 (518)458-9432 [email protected]
New York City Area
Phoebe Moll, 1285 Ave of the Amer BBDO 5th Floor, NY, N Y 10019 (917)519-5358 [email protected]
NY/NJ Metro
Laura Haran, 961 Victory Blvd 87S, Staten Island. N Y 10301
(718) 727-4503 [email protected] ic.com
Rochester
Barbara Gibson, 81 Lanvale P, Rochester, NY 14617 (585)544-8713 [email protected]
Ohio
Cincinnati
Karla White, 3901 BerangerCt, Cincinnati, OH 45255 (513)688-0331 [email protected]
Cleveland Area
Linda Standish, 28850 Gates Mills Blvd, Pepper Pike. OH 44124
(216) 765-0739 [email protected]
tering, OH 45440 [email protected]
(937) 439-4-83
Toledo Area
Melissa Wisniewski, 3747 Hampstead Dr, Sylvania, OH
4356o (419) 841-6137 melissa-wisniews [email protected]
Youngstown Area. OH
Melanie Koontz, 842 Fairfield Dr., Youngstown, Ohio 44512 (330)726-9183 [email protected]
Oklahoma
Tulsa
Hannah Henley. 4404 E 79th St, Tulsa. OK 74136 (918)491-1912 [email protected]
Oregon
Portland
Patricia Bojinoff, 8815 SE Taylor St, Portland,OR97216
(503) 252-5182 [email protected]
Pennsylvania
Bucks County KathleenKuffel,22JericoRun, Washington Crossing, PA 18977 (215) 321-4193 [email protected]
Greater Harrisburg
Karen Anthony, 705 Alison Avenue, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 (717) 766- 8350 [email protected]
Lehigh Valley
ShawnMengel, 165N8thSt, Bangor, PA 18013 (610)588-8915
Philadelphia
Glynnis Siskind, 1679 Wesi Point Pike, Lansdale, PA 19446 (215) 616- 0433 [email protected]
State College
Anne Rohrbach, 620 Holly Ct, State College, PA 16801
(814) 237-1920 [email protected] psu.edu
South Carolina
Charleston
Carol Beard, 1132 Windsome Pi. Mount Pleasani, SC 29464
(843)884-4851
[email protected]
Hilton Head
Andrea Heindel, 104 Cordillo
PkwyftN3.HiltonHead,SC29928 CarolNelson,202RydeRoad,
[email protected]
Tennessee
Knoxville
Caroline Ellis, 9501 Butler Dr, Brentwood. TN 37027
(615) 776-2949 [email protected]
Murfreesboro Area
Janna Heliums, 2307 W oodridge Trail, Murfreesboro, TN 37V50
(615) 217-4601 [email protected]
Nashville Area
Sarah Creekmore, 47 Green View, Nashville,TN 37205 (615)298-3321 [email protected]
Farmington. WA 99128 (509) 655-1576 [email protected] com pletebbs.com
Seattle
Sheila Shultz, 17518 SE 151st Avenue, #2-7. Renton.W A 98058
(425) 235-4649 [email protected]
Wisconsin
Madison
Jamie Gunter, N7640 Ridge Rd.
W hitewaier. WI 53190 (262) 473-7332 [email protected]
Milwaukee
Barbara Daugs Hunt, 93017th Ave, Grafton, WI 53024 (262)377-7766 [email protected]
Palouse Washington


ALPHAOMICRONPIFOUNDATION DONORLISTINGANDANUALREPORT
The VlSlOfl of the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation is to secure the future of Alpha Omicron Pi.
The WllSSlOfl of the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation is is to reflect the love and sisterhood of Alpha Omicron Pi through the funding of educational and charitable programs.
Dear AOII Sisters and Friends,
The Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2002-2003, but you received the gift... the gift of a secure and successful future for Alpha OmicronPi.
Our twenty-fifth anniversary celebration has been over- whelmingly successful, thanks to you, our donors, who have supported us so generously with your gifts. Through your contributions, the Foundation has funded nearly $200,000 in educational and charitable programs during our anniversary year. These programs included
grants to AOII Fraternity for educational and leadership training, grants for Arthritis Research and to the American Juvenile Arthritis Organization for educational programs and children's camps, and Ruby Fund grants to sisters in dire need.
Your donations also enabled the Foundation to award twenty-five Diamond Jubilee Scholarships to outstanding women during our twenty-fifth anniversary year.
Many thanks to our donors who responded so enthusiastically to our invitation to celebrate the Foundation's Silver Anniversary by making a special honor gift or pledge to the General and Scholarship Endowment Funds. I am very pleased to report that the Foundation reached its first goal of $100,000 in gifts and pledges, but wouldn't it be great to reach our second-mile goal of $150,000 by December 31st? Your special gift to the Endowment, in addition to your annual giving, will be an investment in the future and financial well-beingof AOII.
Our SilverAnniversaryCelebrationhasgivenustheopportunitytoreflectonour past historyandremember those sisters whohada vision forthe Foundation and its mission. At International Convention, we honored our members of today who continue to give us our strength and purpose. Through Foundation giving, we have planned for those sisters who will follow us.
Our anniversary gift for every member is our wonderful Fraternity! May we all
e n j o y t h e p r i v i l e g e s a n d b e n e f i t s o f AOI I m e m b e r s h i p d u r i n g o u r l i f e t i me , a n d t h e n pass our Fraternity on to other young women for many generations to come!
2003-2005 AOII FOUNDATION
BOARD MEMBERS AND COMMITTEES
Carol Miller Stevenson, OMEGA FOUNDATION PRESIDENT
Dian Poole Volkmer, TAU DELTA VICE-PRESIDENT AND MARKETING CHAIR MARKETING COMMITTEE
Natalie Ross Adkins
M ichelle Finley, mi CLUB TASKFORCE CHAIR Caroline Craig Lazzara. LOYALTYFUND CHAIR Carol Miller Stevenson
Rebecca Brown Davis, ADVISORY MEMBER
Frankie Frazier Nordlund, NUBETA TREASURER AND FINANCE CHAIR FINANCE COMMITTEE
Joanne Earls
Carol Cotten Smith Carol Miller Stevenson
Gayle Fitzpatrick, ALPHA RHO SECRETARY AND SCHOLARSHIP CHAIR SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE Elizabeth Craig Amundson
Heidi Herlong McFarlin Cindy Swartzfager Visot
Joanne Earls, ZETA PSI DIRECTOR AND GRANTS CHAIR GRANTS COMMITTEE Frankie Frazier Nordlund Carol Miller Stevenson
Mary Ann Davies Jenkins, KAPPA ALPHA DIRECTOR AND MAJOR GIFTS/ENDOWMENT CHAIR MAJOR GIFTS COMMITTEE
Elaine DeFrances Ellis
Barbara Daugs Hunt Tracy Stark
Caroline Craig Lazzara
DIRECTOR AND LOYALTY FUND CHAIR
Sally Wagaman, SIGMA TAU
DIRECTOR AND FRATERNITY INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT
Mary Batman Converse, PHIKAPPA RUBY FUND CHAIR
RUBY FUND COMMITTEE
Laura Burcham King
Elise Moss
Dorothy W aters Williams
Frankie Frazier Nordlund, NU BETA RUBY FUND COMMITTEE LIAISON TO THE BOARD
Dorothy Waters Williams, LAMBDA SIGMA FOUNDATION NOMINATING COMMITTEE CHAIR IMMEDIA TE PAST PRESIDENT, AOII FOUNDATION
With fraternal love,
^MaM 71\aM^
f Carol Miller Stevenson,
Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation President
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ALPHA BETA TAU
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FRIEND
Angela Diebold Ziegelmeyer ALPHA CHI
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University
ALPHAKAPPA
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ROSE CLUB
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WHEAT CLUB
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OMICRON CIRCLE
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PI CIRCLE
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SPONSOR
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SUSTAINING MEMBER
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FRIEND
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Grace Turner Day, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Angie Underhill Adams, CONTROLLER Laurie Taylor, ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Giving Levels 2002-2003
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Washington State
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University
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Nan Cecil Rankin
Ailsa McKelvey Tjaden Joan Simms Wanner
Dr. Marjorie Parker Wessel
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Sharon Shores Danyluck
Gail Hibbe Ewing
FRIEND
Virginia Spencer Carr Sarah Wilkinson Hereford Nancy Danneman Isenberg Catherine Nott McClellan Alexandra Hudson Parker Nancy Hill Rivard
Jean Hopkins Tenold
Dana Solich Miller Amy Mullican
Tina Hite Nerpouni Carrie Otte
Christie Pinney Kate Wagner
ALPHA RHO
Oregon State University
OMICRON CIRCLE
Gayle Fitzpatrick
ROSE CLUB
Sarah Battelle
Carol Clark
Jeannette Rice Hewitt Barbara Bierer Long
WHEAT CLUB
Molly Taylor Jackson
SPONSOR
Carol Wrausman Berwald Monte Middlebusher Campbell Wendolyn Hongo Peace
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Paula Goddard Chow
Sina Stromberg Lenox
FRIEND
Kathryn Nash
Caroline Brown Pickering Candace Pierson-Charlton Colleen Hise TLlney
Lottie Pearson Vandergaw
Susan Wayenberg Hinz
WHEAT CLUB
Linda Broeckel-Fry Evelyn Krause Hickman Opal Jenkin Hill
Simone Scialdo Krasan Carol Gwin Nelson
Susan Daiger Schell Denise Novacoff Sprague Pamela AhlfTeglovic
SPONSOR
Lenore Morse Adams Nora Carlson
Danielle Steele Glessner Jennifer Colwell Loy Sharon Dinning Salzberg Linda Panasuk Seibold
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Mary Schoessler Haynes Jennifer Henley
Wendy Porter
Patricia Maslac Vallandigham
FRIEND
Amy Anderson Katy Atkinson Julie Babcock Lisa Eaton
Paula Hammrich Cathy Haugen Dayne Jauhola
ALPHA PI
Florida State
ROSE CLUB
University
University
ROSE CLUB
of North
Alabama
Louisiana
RUBY CLUB
State
University
Pamela Matliis Thomas
WHEAT ClUB
Martha Baumrucker Galek Karen Glendinning Givens Robyn Kimble Green Katharine Martin Guajardo Barbara Card Lansford Irene Hall Lehman
Carol Member! Mary Mask Michael Sara Parise Ridolph Carol Cotten Smith
ALPHA PSI
Bowling Green State
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Sue Bedoch
Lara Lee Hartman Catherine Aiple Smith
FRIEND
Martina Ambrosic Kristen Bretz Kristen Esasky Jackie Gilbert Jenn Kovach Frannie Leass
University
Elaine DeFrances Ellis
Marjorie Hunt Sanders
ROSE CLUB
Lyle Maier Bayle
Mary O'Connor Gadwell
WHEAT CLUB
Louise Smith Hall
Gayle Ahem Keller
Norma Nash McClure Janet Looby Morgan Virginia Maddox Shepherd
ALPHA CIRCLE OMICRON CIRCLE Pi CIRCLE
GOLD CLUB RUBY CLUB PEARL CLUB ROSE CLUB WHEAT CLUB SPONSOR SUSTAINING FRIEND
550,000 to $99,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $10,000 to $14,999
$5,000 to $9,999 $2,500 to $4,999 $1,000 to $2,499
$500 to $999 $ 2 5 0 to $ 4 9 9 $125 to $ 2 4 9
UP TO $124
MEMBER
S T A F F
DIAMOND CIRCLE FOUNDERS'CIRCLE....1100,000 to $149,999
*Denotes Deceased Member
SI 5 0 ,0 0 0 AND ABOVE


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ALPHA SIGMA
University of Oregon
ALPHA CIRCLE
"'Dorothy Hallin Miller
PEARL CLUB
Peggy Feebler Nickerson
ROSE CLUB
Vauna Pipal
WHEAT CLUB
Joan Herbranson Agerter Joyce Newberg Allen Carrol Pageler Kirk Edith Clement La Borde
SPONSOR
Jeanette Harbert Anderson Joanne Maxfield Anderson Hildur Warner Bailey Elinor Sakrison Bjorklund Mary Sexton Gordon
Jane Abriel Jones-Hansen Phyllis Bryan Kerr
Carol Emmons Rose Anne Samper Shrock
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Kay Frances Dolan
Mary Contreras Vaillancourt
ALPHA TAU
Denison University
ROSE CLUB
Janet Pierce Conway
Lillian King Nicholl
Diane Sekura Snyder
Jane Cockerill Sweeder
WHEAT CLUB
Jean King Brown
Phyllis Dininger Freed Irene Koemer
Beverly Berman Mack Natalie Cowan Scharre Margaret Vanhorn Stearns Jane Wonders Stitt
Wilda Wiesl Webster
SPONSOR
Diana Sweeder Burns Marilyn Franks Campbell Virginia Garnham Delzel Grace Smith Greene Susan Kellogg
Joanne Kunz
Mildred Borger Prentice Marjorie Osborn Roeder
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Martha Deckman Cramer Martha Robuck Morris Doris Gregg Smith
FRIEND
Janei Rettig French Jean Mitchell Green Gail Hawk Horvath
ALPHA THETA
Coe College
ROSE CLUB
Linda Martin McLaughlin
WHEAT CLUB
Carol Kohn
Janet Osborne
SPONSOR
Deborah Smith Noonan
Sharon Van Fleet
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Lauren Fenberg
FRIEND
Stephanie Adkinson Kari Behn
Robyn Dunne Kristen Fay
Jessica Fritzsinger Anne Henze
Eva Camacho JaBaay Karry Jannie
Jane Lehmann
Alycia Baybayan Marler Anne Titus
BETA CHI
Kentucky Wesieyan
WHEAT CLUB
Barbara Nass Gatz
SUSTAINING MEMBER
College
WHEAT CLUB
Lorie Bergstrom Bleyer Carroll Mites Bross Suan Guess-Hanson Cynthia Ritzier Pulick Julia Clemens Winters Karen Sehmitt Young
SPONSOR
Jean Inner Goldenstein Heather Wilson Hill Judith Harding Jay Megan Lovell
Susan Hoffman Pedersen
Judith Freundt Zawacke
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Patricia Tripp Blair
Jennifer Bredthauer
Kelly Grady
Nancy Kolontouros
Nancy Idoux Lonsdale Rebecca Selchell Stamberger Lisa Powell Williams
FRIEND
Carolyn Snyder Audy My ma Dombush Haas Jennifer Humowiecki Julie Fedder Olberding Sharon Stowe
Dr. Gay Malewicki Sweely BETA PHI
Indiana University
RUBY CLUB
Lisa Niedenihal
Mary Ann Beckman Zabel
PEARL CLUB
Jacqueline Uecker Guiser
ROSE CLUB
Joan Davis Bach
Janice LeDrew Besson HuldahSlagle Clark
Janice Graves Keucher Betty Rutherford Kuntz Nona Neff Oesterle
Karen Pittman Ravenscroft Nancy Samek Singleton Joanne Bowlby Speyer
WHEAT CLUB
Barbara A man
June Nettleship Barnes Kristen Ernsting Bowes Patricia Crews Burton Beverly Cade Ernest Maxine Lapin Farnsworth Dorothy Allis Gebbie
Jane Teeple Guthrie Rosemary Ruffing Hannell Joan Barnhisel Heaston Marie Hlavacek Holbrooke Peggy Hemic/. Kilmer
Sara Reeves Kinnaman Mazie Kilgus Kreicker Diane Schultze Leland
Ryta Craig Lett
Rebecca Motl Littell
Donna Phelps Meyerhoven Dorothy Baker Patton
Mary Shroyer Riser
Diana Hamann Ruschhaupt Sally Gray Varney
Rae Davis Walk
Kristin Walters
SPONSOR
Lynn Mensing Adamson Barbara Yeager Backer
Benila Knierim Book
JoAnn Fauser Cline
Mary Griffiths Cross
Rosalie Hasewinkle Dellinger Virginia Steele Fauber
Janet Neely Feczko Ann Butler Harrison Marilyn King Irvin Angela Scott Lindauer
BENEFACTORS 2002-2003
The Foundation salutes these top donors who have attained the highest cumulative giving levels and appreciates their continued support during the 2002-2003 fiscal year.

Kristine Hartley
Nina Mirabile Noska Debra McGarry Ritchie
BETA GAMMA
Sandra Dalton Hoover Elizabeth Lyons Roy
Sally Magruder Standiford
BETA DELTA
FOUNDERS'CIRCLE I $100,000-$149,999)
Blanche Franklin Chilcote Joyce Baca Lacerte
ALPHA CIRCLE | $50,000 $99,999)
Margaret Damon Goodlund Anonymous
RUBY CLUB
| $5,000-$9,999)
Villanova
SPONSOR
University
Lynn Martin Anderson Rosalie Gorham Barber Suzanne Inabnit Bowman Jeanne Lindsey Butler Marianne Davies Carton Elizabeth Romine Coffey Mary Fulton Cuthbertson Susan Danko
Melanie Nixon Doyle
Elaine DeFrances Ellis Kathryn Tribbey Fitzgerald Rene Strong Fitzgerald
Ann McClanahan Gilchrist Phyllis Casteel Gilson
Martha Garrahan Hazard Marilyn Rose Herman
Martha Griffith Houston Mary Ann Davies Jenkin Kathryn Ann Jensen Marianna McAllister LaRue Leah Hardcastle MacNeil Kimberiy Carson McGowan Muriel Decker Mortensen Lisa Niedenthal
Maxine Griffith Pusinelli Marjorie Hunt Sanders
Ingrid Latimer Schulz
Jean Marcy Sells
Renee Pugh Smith
Joan Lott Starika PhD
Kay Hansen Sutherlin
Janette Breckenridge Tessmer Elizabeth Shinn Thornton Reba Shannon Traber
Sally Wagaman
Carolyn Wartinbee
Rebecca Shook Weinberg Joanne Ross Wilder
Mary McCammon Williams Robin Mansfield Wright Mary Ann Beckman Zabel
GIVING LEVELS
DiamondClub....$150,000+ Founders'Circle.. 5100,000+ Alpha Circle $50,000 + OmicronCircle. .. $25,000+
Michigan
PEARL CLUB
State
University
Patricia Velliquette Koproski
Charlene Rennoe
ROSE CLUB
Arley Berwald HuLstrand Marylyn Hileman Neuder Louise Muncie Roehm
WHEAT CLUB
Jane Engel Allen
Bonnie Scudder Baker Susanne Ofiaro Banks Molly Howell
Sharon McKee
Marcia Rowbottom Donna Messenger Rowe
*Carol Des Jardins Wilcox
SPONSOR
Marjorie Dinan Bouck Anne MacMillan Clute Helen Samaras Coukoulis Alice Radford Haarup Sally Vegors Janis
Mary Moore Jedynak Joanne Attwood Kettles Judith Miller Kruger Donna Maddock-Skomski Wilma HellYich Malarik Carol Rans Marsh
Barbara Spehar Millington Suzann Price Norton Constance Quigley Overby Marcia Ruhling
Marilynn Italiano Ward
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Janet Crenshaw
Heather Hubbard Galecka Victoria Evans Plan Kimberiy Flis Skipper Cari Suchan
Dorothy Picket! Suchner
FRIEND
Elizabeth Baker Fritz Sarah Krans
Mary Nellis Stahlman Carole Thompson Webb
OMICRON CIRCLE
| $25,000 -$49,999)
BETA KAPPA
University of British
WHEAT CLUB
Leslie MacLean
SPONSOR
Columbia
Carol Miller Stevenson Dian Poole Volkmer
Sandra Hanna Liston Lucille Townsend Long Mary Parkes Marx
Mary McConnell McKee Dolores Herron Miller Mary Mahon Munchak Mary June Cave Nordhoff Elizabeth Hafner Pietsch Ruth Vedell Schaaf
Betty Williams Sufana Lisa Snouffer Warren Jane Koval Young
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Teresa Simonin Burt Paula Davenport
Lee Foust Egan
Sarah Haycox Grant Vivian Hurst Kistler Maxine Roberts Mitchell Martha Houlehan Sayler Cheryl Regan Sharps
FRIEND
Teresa Bates Barnhart Karen Dunn Blosser Meredith Fitzpatrick Lucy Jilka
Dorothy Breeze
Shiriey Venables Hammond Patricia Home
Marjorie Stevens
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Catherine Bottomley German BETALAMBDA
Illinois Wesieyan University
RUBY CLUB
Ingrid Latimer Schulz
ROSE CLUB
Jeanne Hays Crippin Sheila Starkey Kaurin Lorrie Johnson Leahich
Julie Paskar BETA PI
Eastern Michigan
WHEAT CLUB
Cynthia Given
Barbara Zolnierczak
SPONSOR
PiCircle
GoldClub
RubyClub
Pearl Club
Rose Club
Wheat Club
Sponsor SustainingMember... $125+ Friend Upto $124 * Denotes Deceased Member
Gayle Fitzpatrick
Carole Jurenko Jones June Miller Lighty Frankie Frazier Nordlund
PI CIRCLE ($15,000- $24,999)
Anne Witt Allison Ginger Banks
Julie Brining
Janei Jurenko Brown Peg Kramer Crawford Jo Beth Walling Heflin Barbara Daugs Hunt Anonymous
Caroline Craig Lazzara Phyllis Arner Westerman Dorothy Waters Williams
GOLD CLUB ($10,000 $14,999)
Elizabeth Craig Amundson Eleanor King Blank
Linda Peters Collier
Mary Batman Converse Thelma Culverson
Jacquelyn Struble Dinwiddie * Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy Margaret Dorr Schutt
Sandra Sklar Pollock Ingrid Blom Sheldon Mary Ann Kirr Stephens Sally Gustavson Taylor
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Patricia Musson Gazdecki Susan Cossey Gustafson Joyce Zielinski Szymanski
University
$15,000+ $10,000+ $5,000+ $2,500+ $1,000+ $500+ $250+


BETA RHO
University of
ROSE CLUB
Kathryn Timm
WHEAT CLUB
Barbara Wilson Ifft
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Susan Whitney Kurtz BETA SIGMA
Boise State University
SPONSOR
Karen Kuhn Ralstin BETATAU
CHI BETA
University of Virginia
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Christine Smith Hogan Shelly Nielsen
CHI DELTA
University of Colorado
RUBY CLUB
Joan Lott Starika PhD
Rebecca Shook Weinberg
PEARL CLUB
Susan Reid Mattem
ROSE CLUB
Marcia Hunt Brewer Marjorie Herzberger Beverly Lutz Morse
Karin Gustafson Nelson Joanne Bruland O'Dwyer Susan Anderson Parma Norma Yankocy Riffel Diane Panagakis Rouman Elizabeth McCarver Tolson
WHEAT CLUB
Jane Mannweiler Cardea Crystal Paine Compese Carole Krez Foran
Ruth Ann Olson Gatchell Carolyn Kober Howerton Charlotte Todd Huddleson Judith Keck Hutchison Dolores Oparil Jones Marge Arbaugh Lamar Beth Lewis Milam
Mary Rose White
Nancy Bates-Lane Yankura
SPONSOR
Deborah Henderson Amey Eleanor Yockers Becher Barbara Mullen Borenstein Amelia Brown
Dawn Cedervall
Patricia Smith Ewen Carolyn SukJa Faulkner Joan Dorau Hohorst
Nancy Setter Karl
Nicole Branch King
Elaine Sterling Lindquist Carol Harrington Roehrs Mary McElwain Sewell Millicent deBelle Whitwell
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Alexis Persons Ball Cecilia Falgien Green Netti Riggs,M.D. Sherry Schrantz
FRIEND
Muriel Azria-Evans
Minou Amirijafari Bohlin Jennifer Kiernan Cordes Allison Dever
Natasha Strokan Duran Melissa Guthrie Fasken Sharron Land Gegenheimer Ethnie Groves
Linda Putre
Amy Rubin
Heidi Wise
CHI EPSILON
The Ohio Slate University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Sarah Schantz Ellis
Jennifer Ridgway McCracken Amy T. Pontius
FRIEND
Brandi Downard Christine Kobusch Melanie Koontz
CHI LAMBDA
University of
PEARL CLUB
Toronto
Anonymous
Bank of America Corporation Bank of America Foundation Rosalie Gorham Barber Eleanor King Blank
Julie Brining
Janet Jurenko Brown Marianne Davies Carton Blanche Franklin Chilcote Linda Peters Collier
Mary Batman Converse
Peg Kramer Crawford Thelma Culverson
Susan Danko
Jacquelyn Struble Dinwiddie Lisa Dutt
Rene Strong Fitzgerald
Gayle Fitzpatrick
Phyllis Casteel Gilson Margaret Damon Goodlund Jennifer Waddle Greulich Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins Martha Griffith Houston Barbara Daugs Hunt
Mary Ann Davies Jenkins Carole Jurenko Jones
John and Ruth Jurenko Marianna McAllister LaRue
Caroline Craig Lazzara
Lee, Danner & Bass, Inc. June Miller Lighty
*Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy *Dorothy Hallin Miller
Peggy Peebler Nickerson Lisa Niedenthal
Frankie Frazier Nordlund Ingrid Latimer Schulz Jean Sells
Renee Pugh Smith Bobby Stanton
Carol Miller Stevenson Carson Stone
Janette Breckenridge Tessmer Elizabeth Shinn Thornton Reba Shannon Traber
Dian Poole Volkmer
Sally Wagaman
Phyllis Arner Westerman Krista Malmquist Whipple Joanne Ross Wilder Dorothy Waters Williams Ron Williams
Mary McCammon Williams Robin Mansfield Wright
^Denotes Deceased Member
Heidi Slusar Harris
ROSE CLUB
Margaret McKee Pattison
SPONSOR
Isabel Bolton Hotson
Diana Speaight Pilsworth
Tanya Bailey Smith
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Susan Corben Byram
Diann Scrutton Evans
Jean Snider Hoadley
Mary Jane Refatisse Jacobsen
FRIEND
Karen Baxter
Julie Koutsaris Kimberly Montgomery
BETA THETA
Butler University
WHEAT CLUB
Virginia Sheely Thompson
CHI
Syracuse
RUBY CLUB
University
Montana
University of
RUBY CLUB
Evansville
PRESIDENT'S CLUB
Martha Garrahan Hazard
PEARL CLUB
Lorraine Chanatry-Howell
ROSE CLUB
Amelita Colangelo
Adell W oessner Meacham
WHEAT CLUB
Barbara Ernst Bruening "Helen Bogosta Gilbert
Mary Brodbeck Peterson
SPONSOR
Marie Harcharufka Dixon Margaret Wootton Dow Jane Ann Flynn
Alice Watson Marcy Joyce Santa Maria Martin Shirley Sears Mills
Jo Ann Wallace
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Deborah Tabs Prince Joan Wallick Vanzo
CHI ALPHA
University of California Davis
RUBY CLUB
Kathryn Tribbey Fitzgerald
ROSE CLUB
Kalherine White
WHEAT CLUB
Yvette DeLucia Bettati
SPONSOR
Theresa Workman Jones Celeste Le Mieux Shaw Katherine Shephard Weiner
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Page Moody Lie
Jennifer Kahsen Pearce
FRIEND
Michelle Morales Jennifer Payne MuIIins
FRIEND
Kristina Lowery Commendatore Kristie Halsey
Julie Morgan
Marci Murphy
Theresa Ngo-Anh Sherri Smith Parkinson Sheila Shuitz
CHI SIGMA
Centenary College
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Loraine Jordan Kent
FRIEND
Gloria Foster Quinlan CHI THETA
Farah Johnson Jones Jamie Ray
Christie Smith
Anita Hylton Thompson Mylea White
DELTA
Tufts University
ROSE CLUB
Constance Clark Blanchard
Annabelle Robbins
WHEAT CLUB
Ruth Dresser Metcalfe Caroline Dyer Norrington Blanche Downing Penniman Ruth Lamb Vigurs
SPONSOR
Jennifer Curley Campoli Sandra Giordano
Toni Glasser O'Brien
Elizabeth Soule Schroeder Jean Colgate Stafford Sharon Wainright
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Laura Gavrelis Blomquist Susan Cobern Chasen Diana Bentley Grenier Norma Reed Heinold Jordan McCarter
Janet Siegel
Meigan Thompson Sulivan
FRIEND
Winis Chane Meryl Hertz Kirstin Howell Eva Kvedar Kodis Elizabeth Mikesell Erin Walker
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Elizabeth Romine Coffey
ROSE CLUB
Rebecca Herman
Karen Holscher Maudlin
Antoinette Reitz
Susan Sander Riggs
Anne Buechlein Wilmes
Rebecca Shipley Ziga
WHEAT CLUB
Virginia Meyer Kreke Linda Capin Paine Anne L . Powell
Lois Ryon Schmidt
SPONSOR
Virginia Beesley Wilhelmine Stim Borders Anita Horn Rizek
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Paulette Brehob
Jeanne Carter
Carolyn Ruschmeier Marcus Lisa R. Moore
Rebecca Creech Nimnicht Anne Reed
Lynn Foshee Reed
Dina Seib Willming
FRIEND
Sandy Eakins Appier Summer Bastin
Jillian Bisher
Ann Burton Bubar Ellen Businaro
Amanda Carroll Courtney Cline
Virginia Downen David Allyson Dugger
Jamie Dwyer
Molly Girardi
Jane Luckett Goldberg Judy Kuester Gordon Brooke Hoener
Sarah Lamar
Megan Meyer
Elizabeth Nimnicht Allison Oakley
Leslie Payne
Heather Powell
Sara Ray
Leslie Redford
Suzette Russo Rickert Dennisse Romero Jennifer Samuels Carolyn Scott Scheer Victoria Getz Silke Kathleen Taylor
Denise Price Thompson Bonnie Riney Toone Alma Schuessler Vaughn Kimberly Seibert Wehby Sheryl Perkins Wright
CHI OMICRON
Central State University
GOLD CLUB
Linda Peters Collier
ROSE CLUB
Linda Patterson Braden CHI PSI
California Polytechnic State University
SPONSOR
Kirstie Boyett
Denise Ansolabehere Hartline Karen Mayer Scott
Norma Fleming Stark
Leslie Wilburn
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Yvonne Archibeque Sams
President's
Foundation on an annual basis. Donors may make a single gift or multiple smaller gifts throughout the year.
Northeastern
FRIEND
Liz Hays
State
University
2002-2003
Club members donate $1000 or more to the
> FOUR NEW SPONSORED SCHOLARSHIPS WERE ENDOWED AND WILL B E AWARDED BEGINNING IN 2004.
- The Robert and Eleanore MacCurdy Scholarship
- The Dottie Leek Scholarshipfor Nu Omicron Chapter
- The Jaime Frantz Memorial Scholarshipfor Chi Delta Chapter - The Nu Iota Scholarship in memory of Julia V. Nelson
and in honor of Elaine Nelson MacKenzie, Nu Iota '55


Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation Donor Listing & Annual Report "^"y^T
Pamela Wright Spengeman University of Missouri Columbia Margaret Lindsey Sprague
Andrea Smith
Megan Smith Stephanie Smith Jessica Steinkampf Alex Strickland Jennifer Fidler Swaim Patricia Sweet Sylvest Haley Thames Christin Walker Kristin Warren
Jessica Wentz
Alanna West
Carolyn Odom White Deborah Cook Wilson Jamie Wilson
Shannon Wolf Claire Wright Allison Wyatt
DELTA EPSILON
Jacksonville State University
SPONSOR
Chasiry Henley Carroll
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Rebekah Adams
FRIEND
Emily Kacyvenski Goode Samanlha Morrow
Nikki Taylor
DELTA OMEGA
Murray State University
PEARL CLUB
Mary Matarazzo Bryant
ROSE CLUB
Susan Pace Brodnan
Joleen Heibert Fields
WHEAT CLUB
LeiAndra Vaughn Haggard
SPONSOR
Sherri Skelton Baker
Carrie Joy Welborn Brookshire
Theresa Dover Chandler
Loretta Wagner Dodd
Kathy Blackburn Hillyard
Donna Krueger Logan
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Wanda Cowling Riseman Kelly Hale Scruggs Nancy Strow Sheley
Sara Thompson W awrin
FRIEND
Marie Adams
Sarah Hawkins Arnett
Joan McGinness Arnold
Jerral Libbert Barnstable Sarah Beyer
Susan Walker Bowers
Addie Bozarth
Brooke Brittain
Jenny Giordano Bruce
Julie Christopher
Kennette Cleaver
Tonya Tray lor Cothern Kristina Crichton
Toni Crum
Jana Davis
Wendy Davis
Linda Jennings Finn
Carmen Arnold Garland Courtney Griffiths
Melanie Slemmer Hale
Kelli Hall
Robin Hill
Whitney Holland
Elizabeth Keigley Holshouser Brandy House
Michelle Houser
Julie Janes
Jennifer Johnson
Lauren Johnston
Chase Smith Kelley
Meredith Major
Sarah Spears Mattingly Stephanie Minix Kimberly Moody
Doris Elliott Moss
Korrie Engelhardt Purcell Amy Savells Rodgers Sandy Ruff
Sheiry Walls Shadle Heidi Schmarje Shultz Emily Forbes Small Stacey Stephen
Jill Tucker
Beverly Nelson UUey
Meridith Vanderford Elly Wells
Emily Wells
DELTA PI
Central Missouri State University
ROSE CLUB
Sharon Martin
WHEAT CLUB
Linda Mansur
Rebecca Zobac Mauch
SPONSOR
Lita Richtermeyer Jimenez
Quinetta Kateman Rutledge
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jennifer Bussman
Amy Forsythe Herman
Sherry Reeter Jones
Mary Campbell Newman
Lisa Pohl Prenger
Julia Christian Zvacek
FRIEND
Gillian Allen
Laura Atkinson
Denise Colhour Buersmeyer April Reed Giesmann
Amy Graham Hecklinski Carol Carter Kane
Joyce Vaughn Younk
DELTA RHO
DePaul University
FRIEND
Andrea Bacci Erin Blaszkowski Debbie Coligado Lori Heidemann Maranda Millard Ryan Nyby
DELTA SIGMA
San Jose State University
RUBY CLUB
Leah Hardcastle MacNeil
PEARL CLUB
Marilyn Myers Lieber
ROSE CLUB
Marlene Peterson Adams Bene Jo Belda
Nancy Schlosser Dunn Marguerite Crawford Lloyd Barbara Halvorsen O'Brien Joyce Osbom
Irene Woodworth Shephard
WHEAT CLUB
LaRea Wells Caneer Cathy de W olfe JoEllen Amaudo Ellis Jo Ann Tartaul Hawley Rosemary Sater
Carol Thompson Silliman
Marianne Thornton Tharrall
SPONSOR
Mary Bihler Bacigalupi Mabel Gomes Frelier Dorothy Krieger Hassur Orva True LaMar
Patricia Welch Newton Marie Giancoli O'Rourke Karen Youngman Ryan Marilyn Vasey San Martin
DELTA ALPHA
WHEAT CLUB
Rochelle Rasnie Wait
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Alicia Dust Summerford
FRIEND
Margaret Anderson Adams DELTA BETA
To honor the alumnae chapter that ga\'e the highest per member donation to the Foundation based on contributions during the biennium. *
University of at Lafayette ROSE CLUB
Louisiana
Macomb County Alumnae • MACOMB. Ml CITATIONS:
Huntsville Alumnae • HUNTSVILLE, AL Southern Orange County Alumnae
ORANGE COUNTY, CA
HIGHESTTOTALGIVING:
S148.08
S122.08 $94.47
Nancy Turtle Boisture
WHEAT CLUB
Bene Lewis Armenlor
Florence Sanders Jones
SPONSOR
Joan Brooks Landry Sue Arbsland Sowell Summer Steib
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Gail Jindra Dugas
Jenny Bower Fair
Camilie Durand Johnson-Forel
FRIEND
Christi Jaschke Lalour Angel Mazurkiewicz
DELTA CHI
University of Delaware
WHEAT CLUB
Kimberly Altemus Carroll Virginia Hutting
Andrea Hausner Lehman Kathleen Phillips-Giles
SPONSOR
Pamela Falle Clay
Lisa Rinhaler Eck
Mary Jean Walnock Polaski Karenanne Stegmann
Sarah Connolly Stewart
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Amiee Herbert Gold
Robin Seidenstat Haack
FRIEND
Sandra Altemus
Andrea Lynn Dube Alyssa Weinberg Simon
DELTA DELTA
To honor the alumnae chapter that gave the largest donation to the Foundation based on total contributions during the biennium. *
Auburn
PEARL CLUB
University
To honor the collegiate chapter that gave the largest donation to the Foundation based on total contributions during the biennium. *
Rho Omicron •MIDDLETENNESSEE STATE
Nancy Can- Garrett
Mary Ann Vaughan Slark
ROSE CLUB
Merrilyn Cook
Darlene Woodall Riggan Virginia West
WHEAT CLUB
Louise Jackson Cole Betty Coleman
Rebecca Davis
Mary Anne Phillips Long Reta Allen McKannan Marie Carlile Newberry Ann Silvernail
Cynthia Walker
Adrianne Smith Wallace
SPONSOR
Julia Smith Alexander Mary Adams Burger Lori Hart Ebert Margaret Trafton Foti Judilyn Brooks Horton Patricia Neill Ragsdale Liesl Reiners Schutt Ann Crowe Wright
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Vanessa Adams
Joann Murphy Burke Karen Carlson Hughes Laura Bentley Israel V'icki Rinks Kretzschmar Jane Schauer Reedv
UNIVERSITY, MURFREESBORO. TN
CITATIONS:
Delta Delta • AUBURN UNIVERSITY. AUBURN, AL
$29,774.13
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Tracy Stark
Martha Williams Thompson
FRIEND
Meg Adams
Jill Agee
April Anderson
Leigh Armistead
Tiffany Bates
Katherine Bedsole Patricia Mattmuller Black Lesley Boles
Emily Bowen
Megan Bowman
Nancy Brassell
Jaime Bres
Nancy Trotter Brown Susan Reynolds Brunson Kimberly Burns
Lindsay Cagle
Charlotte Clift Killgore Stacy Campbell
Lauren Caraway
Susan Ronilo Caraway Julie Carter
Man' Elise Carter
Brooke Castleman Adrienne Coley
Crysta Crabtree
Jaime Croke
Courtney Crowe
Angela Catledge Culpepper Leslie Brooke Culpepper Margaret Wall Cummings Missy Davis
Marilyn Rittenour Dozier Jamie Dunn
Gene Duffy Duren
Ann Tatum Estess
Darcy Johnson Evans Brooke Farrow
Rebecca Reeves Ferguson Rachael Fowler
Samanlha Fricke
Kathy Gerwels
Emiiy Gober
Carrie Goodner
Tiffany Griffin
Patricia Trat'ton Grossman Harvilee Phillips Harbarger Rebecca Dickson Harris Mary White Hart
Carol Vanover Healy
Jennifer Hess
Caroline Hester
Mary Hethcox
Elizabeth Barnett Hill
Phoebe Williamson Hornbuckle Katie Houck
Lindsey Howard
Tara Hudgins
Mirandy Hughes Margaret Zimmer Ingalls Lauren Inman
Katherine Jackson Holly James
Trixie McDuffie Jobe Carol Auerbach Jones Taylor Jordan
Lindsey Kennedy Carrie Key
Eileen Kuletz
Jennifer LaCharite
Kati Lathram
Roz Lee
Margaret Vines Lewis Morgan Lynch
Lauren Mabrv
Gena Mathis
Carolyn Buffler McGarity Mikaila McKeon
Erin Mitchell
Lorraine Mitchell
TOP GIVING ALUMNAE
HIGHEST PER MEMBER GIVING:
CHAPTERS
Southern Orange County Alumnae ORANGE COUNTY. CA
CITATIONS:
Toledo Alumnae • TOLEDO. OH Phoenix Alumnae • PHOENIX. AZ
S4.912.50
$2,848.32 S2.744.93
CHAPTERS
TOP
GIVING
COLLEGIATE
HIGHEST PER MEMBER GIVING:
To honor the collegiate chapter that gave the highest per member donation to the Foundation based on contributions during the biennium. *
Rho Omicron • MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY. MURFREESBORO. TN
CITATIONS:
Delta Delta • AUBURN UNIVERSITY. AUBURN, AL
S248.12
$152.42 Sigma Omicron •ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY.
JONESBORO, AR
HIGHEST TOTAL GIVING:
$134.03
$28,392.19 Sigma Omicron • ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY.
JONESBORO. AR
$11,392.19
"Calculated based on April 1. 2003 deadline for gifts. Additional chapter gifts that may have been received after that date will be reflected in the chapter giving levels in the Foundation'sfall annual report.
Deborah Home Monroe Laura Moore
Caroline Norton
Candi Ohm
April Owen
Leslie Parker
Angela Brewinglon Pate Mary-Peyton Penick Linsey Phipps
Sara Pickard
Amy Pierce
Elizabeth Poole
Amanda Pope
Betsy Reid
Alison Reiland
Audrey Reyes Gina Reynolds Taylor Rigdon Kellie Roberts Tiffany Robertson Sarah Root Adrienne Rosene Susan Ross
Diana Lynam Rossman Betty Nichols Ryberg Jennifer Self
Allison Shaw
Ashley Sherbet! Lauren Skelton


FOUNDATION FRIENDS
2002-2003 • DEVOTES MATCHINGEMPLOYRER GIFT •
Ambery Animal Hospital, LLC Bobbie S. Adams MarySaxonAdams
Debbie C. Agee
Gussie Ruth Agee
Jan Agee
James L. Akins
Janice A. Allen
Alexander Muffler & Brake
Service. Inc.
• Allstate Giving Campaign Alpha Chi Corporation
Alpha Omicron Pi, Inc.
* American Appraisal Associates • Arthur J. Gallagher Foundation Phyllis S. Atherton
Theresa K. Backus BankofAmericaCorporation Bank of America Foundation
J. Brian Barksdale
Betty Barnes
Roy E. Barnes
Timothy & Connie Barnes
Judy Bates
Robert R. Baugh
BBW. Inc.
Lynne Beam
Mary Beasley
Betty H. Benson
Byron & Ginger Bertrand SaraA. Beshenich
Kathy Bolton
Theresa H. Bowen
Vickie Bowen
Frances Bowman
Cary C. Boyden
Corinne M. Bradac
Susan F. Bradley
Angela L.Brady
Debra R. Branske
Sherry Bres
Bonny G. Brewer
Ann Wilhoite Brilley
Janet H. Bromley
Brown & Associates
Whitney Brown
Josephine Brownlie
Bettie J. Buchanan
John C. Bullington
Bunny's. Inc.
Dennis C. Burgess
Mary M. Burgess
Burkett School
Supply Co..Inc. Monica S. Butler Kenneth L. Camp Rudolph H. Cangie Carlyn H. Greene Joan 0 . Castle Elizabeth A. Cenedella Century21
Fay Chandler
Linda Chandler
Circle City Electronics. Inc.
* Charles Schwab Corp. Janie M. Claiborne
• Coca-ColaCo.
Gladys Cochran
Jenny G. Cohan
Pamela G. Cohan
Mrs. J.H.Collier
Jeanie B. Collins Michelle A. Collins Margie P. Colton
Hugh C. Comer
Merrill H.Cook
Mrs. R. Dallis Copeland Copy Solutions, Inc. Mrs. Lenn L. Costner Jack M. Cox Jr.
Martha Mae Cox FrancesDownsCrocker Glenna Dailing
Calvin Darden
Jacob Davenport Marilyn L. Davis
Mary Jane Guyer Davis Mary Ann Deininger Wendy J. Dillon Charlotte Dombrowski Virginia S. Donovan Joanne Dopson
Dr. Toxey E. Dorsett Melanie M. Dover LynnM.Dubard
Joy S. Duckworth Stephanie R. Earley Justine L. Elder Debbie Elleard
Grace M. Estes
Gloria M. Evans
Starr and Bobbi Farish Angel Farrow
Bill & Betty Felton Ernest Fisher
Sherry Fite
Jean Floyd
Alvis S. Ford
Beverly B. Ford
Lee Foreman
Evelyn Foti
Raye H. Gaddy Paulette Geer
Brant Gentry
Phil Gentry
Kristie Gibson
Jewell Gilley
Carol M.Glorvig Brenda A. Green
Jay & Nadine Greene Jennifer 0 . Griffin Janice D. Grimes Pamela G. Guyer KimG. Haines
• HallmarkCards,Inc. Melanie Handley
Ronni Sue Haney
Amy Hanks
Beth Harmon
Donna E. Harris CarolHart
J. D. Hawkins
William Richard Hawkins Lee & Carol Heim
Sarah Heleringer Leta Herring. MD Mildred B. Herring Christine Hill Sandra Hill
Robin Hodges
Leslie K. Hofammann Tracy D. Holcombe
Mrs. Lewis Holmes, III Glenda W. Holter
Kathy R. Holzapfel JudyJ.HowardInteriors Mary J. Howell
Jean Howells
Harold R. Hudson
Paul J. Hudson Huntsville Dodge, Inc. iGive.com, inc.
Shirley Jackson
Brittney Jenkins
William A. Jenkins Lauren M. Johnson Robert Johnson
Diane A. Johnston AndrewA.Jones
Carol A. Jones
Hortense L. Jones Melissa Jones
Cheryl Jordan
Frances H.Jordan
John A. & Ruth R. Jurenko Jeff and Sandra Kaiser Kappa Kappa Corp. Karen's Shops, Inc. Lynley A. Kee
William P. Kelly
Mark & Karen Kemme Linda M. Kennemore Hilda M. Kent
Debbie M. King E.B.King
Charlene J. Kinnear Cheryl A. Knutsen Rosemary A. Kuletz Roger LaCharite
Reiko Lanier
Lisa F. Laturno
Barbara Laubenthal
Irene Laubenthal
Beth Leader
Lee.Danner &Bass,Inc. Bob A. Leopold
Geneva M. Leverett Richard Lindsay
Sharon Love
Frank M. LynchII
Claire G. Lynch
Dorothy H. Lynch
Kara Lynn
Charlotte F. Maise LeslieL.Marble
Linda Marble
March Enterprises, Inc. Eloyce R. Marcus
Mrs. J. B.Marshall Jr. Mrs. Frank Massey Margaret T. Martin Laura E. Mathiesen Joyce C. Mathis
Robert T.Mathis Martha A. Mattingly
• May Dept. Stores Co.
Foundation
Maxx Clean, Inc.
Debra L. Mayes McBoyz. LLC
Mary E. McBride
Vivian M. McCranie Carol J.McCory
C. Dean McGowan Bruce McLean McMillian's Big and Tall Amy McNamara
• Medarex Matching
Gift Program Susan G. Melton • Merck Employee
Giving Campaign WilliamJ.Merkel,Jr. Shirley A. Merriwether •Microsoft Matching
Gift Program
Dr. N.W. Midyette
Angie Miller
Frances B. Miller
Nancy P. Minis
Jennifer Minich
C. Daniel Mitchell
M. Lee Mitchell
Mrs.James W.Mitchell Susan G. Mitchell
Monterey Bay Area National
Alumnae Panhellenic Ed&Bobbi Montgomery Paul T, Mooney
Joy R. Moore
William H. Morton Doris B. Mosley Mary Warjone Mott Doris Jean Mowe Susan R. Naegel Nasdaq Litigation Rita Newell
Larry Nicastro
Dennis Nordlund
Susan Norman
Wesley Nowell
Linda Nunnallee
Brad Nuss
Donna Osborne
Terry M. Ottinger
OSU Panhellenic Assoc.
Charlotte Park
Mrs. Frank S. Park John&SusanParry
Kathy B. Pate
Katherine Pence
Rev. Charles I. Penick
Jean H. Penney
Claire Peterson
Tilly Peterson
• Pfizer Foundation
Charles & Marilyn Phillips Sandra M. Phillips
Platinum Financial Group Lindsey Ann Pope
William E. Porter, Jr.
Joy C. Pose
Bobbye Brooks Pratt SondraG.Price
Quality Pest Control, Inc. Wyman H. Ray
Robbins H. Rees
Katherine W. Reiland George Reynolds
Michelle Reynolds
Rho OmicronAAC
James R. Ridley
Lee E. Roberst, Jr
Pamela Roberts
Suzanne Roddy
Judy Russell
PatrickRyan
Elizabeth Scalise
Victoria Scamardo
Lizabeth J. Schach
Sari Schlussel-Leeds
Betty Schmid
Michael & Teresa Schmitt Melissa M. Scoggin ThomasF.Scott
Nan W. Self
W.E. Self
RonaldE. Self
Valerie Sharp
Elizabeth H. Shaver
Alice Sherbet
Cynthia R. Sherer
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity
- Georgia Southern University Devona Sims
Julie Sloan
Bruce Smith
Carole Smith Cheryl Smith
Dona Herring Smith Joseph C. Smith Rita E. Smith
Sherry R. Smith Shirley A. Smith
Carla B. Suavely Elizabeth M. Spexarth Bobby Stanton
Susan K. Steinhauser John G. Stevenson Ella Ruth Stewart
J. CarsonStone Janice S. Stone SarahStone MarciaStrickland Billie Jean Sullivan Beth Swartz
Carol J. Sweetser
Janice B. Swenson
Neill &Linda Swindell David R.Talbert
Mabel B.Talmage Rodger D.Tate
Anne W. Taylor LaurieTaylor
Theta Psi Corporation Lindsay Thompson
Mrs. Clarence Tidwell, Jr. TomTownley
Traders &Farmers Bank Martha W. Traylor
Delos L.Tull KarenTurner
J.Douglas Turnipseed. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Turpin ElizabethK.Tyson MiriamT. Vann
Sheila Vigilanti
Harold Volkmer
Louise M. Wagner Lindy A. Walker RebeccaN.Wall
• Washington Mutual
Foundation
Inez H. Wans
Connie B.Webb Douglas R.Wehr Gloria E. Weiss Shannon Weiss
• WellsFargoBank Jennie S. West Deborah F. White KarenK.White
Ruby I.Whitlock
Jane F. Whitman Mona M. Whitman Jane T. Williams Michelle Williams Ron Williams
Theresa L. Williams Melissa A. Wilhngham Jane Lee Winfteld Mary Witte
Barbara B.Wood Harriette G. Woodring • WorldReach.Inc. Ann C. Wright
James C. Wright
Lee C. Wright
Paige S. Wright
Doris M. Yother
Sheri S.Zarnick
Zeta TauAlpha
- Auburn University
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Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation Donor Listing & Annual Report Tjjou1
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Lori Dickman Castellucci Patricia Stewart Dubrow Frances Atkins Harkess Jo Ann King Hendrix Lisa Raff Neitzel
Shirley Anthony Swasey
FRIEND
Melissa Barreto
Mary Keller Belmar
Diane Broksell Bcuthel Tracie Onslad Bills Rosalinda Bazzanella Brady Debbie Daniels
Ruth Swindal Franger Barbara Delman Grebmeier Angela Harper
Rebecca Haslemann
Marlyn Ahlenius Johnson Shanna Judson
Carol Pedersen Jury
Laura Bushell Mclntyre Michelle Molino
Kuthy Reynolds
Julia Saldana
Jaime Stoeckle
Jodette Octavio Thomas Heidi Stanfill Von Buhr Rena Wilson
DELTA THETA
Texas Woman's University
SPONSOR
Paula Covington
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Stephanie Rendon
Shelly Graves Stevenson
FRIEND
Sharon Tiffany Bowers Nicole Silva DeBusk Esme Esparza
Beth Fry
Mary Ellen Spencer Michaud Jennifer Pemberton
Elizabeth Roy
Meredith Rucker
Laura Reed Segers
DELTA UPSILON
Duke University
RUBY CLUB
Suzanne Inabnit Bowman
WHEAT CLUB
Leora Bloom
Alisa Nave
Judith Wagoner Pahren Yolanda Smith
SPONSOR
Stephanie Green Karen Marden Beth Peters
Anita Walter Kern
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Whitney Brown
Judith Cornwell
Paula Litner Friedman Hollace Shantz Le Lievre
FRIEND
Amy Berman
Sarah Breisblatt
Melissa Desai
Christie DeCicco Hines Tina Coker Jordan Sarah Joseph
Lauren Lisher Jenny McDonald Allison Michels Kasey Miller
Jen Schwartz Sarah Townsley
EPSILON
Cornell University
ROSE CLUB
Bonnie Kauffman DeLaMater Margaret W eekes Hendrickson Caroline Kramer Neu
WHEAT CLUB
Elinor Baier Kennedy
SPONSOR
Joan Unkelbach Bruns Mabel Klisch Deal Jane Vail Ingersoll Joan Minnock
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Clarissa Dedrick Carabateas Sandra Stroope Dupcak
Amy Moor Gaylord
Arlene Loede Hanley Rosalie Weiss Hemingway Kelly Westbrooks Joyce Julie E. Margolin
Eva Stern Steadman
Joyce McCluskey Zweibel
FRIEND
Charlene Bailey Cox
Julie Anne Dittmer
Rebekah Gordon
Joan Vorwerk Howie
Jeanne Chamoulaud Kimmell Betty Scherer Lester
Virginia Dahm Myles Lisa Herron Oros Alicia Schwartz Kristen Stathis Kristen Sweeney Stacey Erth Symonds
WHEAT CLUB
Carolyn Leworthy Bachmann Gladys Raemsch Betts Dorothy Jennings
Elizabeth Widger Johler Jennifer Knauer Johnson Janet Holmes Linsenmaier Mildred Isenberg Russell Alyce George Schnabel Deane Brown Taricco
Madge Terwilliger
Louise Everitt Zimmerman
SPONSOR
Diane Edelman Bardman Traci Perkins Caplan Lizann Davis
Marilyn Dumm Dickinson Dawn George Eichelberger Kay Regan Estock
Anne Patterson Fitzpatrick Nancy Penrod Forrest Phyllis Herr Grobert
Ann Morris Hibbard
Mary Beth Parrish Kester Liselotte Weihe Kinaman Maybelle Penley Lineweaver Barbara Moser M D
Elaine Miele Pasmore Glynnis Johns Siskind Terese Mosiak Sutor Geraldine Thomas Wandel Sarah McKean Young
Sue Abel I Ziegler
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Edra Rubinkam Bechtel Margaret White Biederman Alice Marshall Borland Mary DiMartino
Nancy Nelsen Evers
Amy Frankhouser Familo Marie Wrobleski Fedon Adele Miskie
Dolores Stark Mover
Jean Hofmeister Purdy Jennifer Steele
Judith Shaubach Thompson
Beth Fitzgerald
Jane Morton Foster Lauren Gilmore
Nancy Acheson Grieve Allyson Gross
Marion Kalbach Gyorgy Jenna Hirsch
Barbara Mehaffey Jocoy Deann Pferdehirl Kasper Leslie Bitar Koller Kathleen Power Kuffcl Kim Nowicki Lake Mamie Levan
Leah Mallas
Marilyn Seibert McMillen Charla Mervis
Erin Meyers
Dana Mogil
Carolyn Gromel Myers Betty Mellinger Neal Stephanie Olson Constance Pappas
Elissa Piergiovanni Dorothy Hull Reinhart Alissa Richin
Erica Schneider
Sarah Sidwar
Sarah Snyder
Gladys Eroh Soder Naomi Stein
Lindsay Telch
Melissa Wagner
Andrea Weiner
Brandi Wexler
Carlajo Adkins Weyandt Amy Winneld
EPSILON CHI
Eton College
SPONSOR
Lori Hubbard
Monique Caron McAdams
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jessica Floyd
Pamela Sidney Krpejs Donna Pirozzi Temples
FRIEND
Christina Adams Ashley Akstulewicz Jessie Arnold
Beth Bafundo
Sara Beaty
Cathy Beebe
Jenny Brown
Betty Conte
Jennifer McCumber Curtin Stacey Edney
Lisa Fort
Kalie Gosselin Brett Hamilton Katie Harrell Sarah Hoelter Amber Huening Amy Johnson Chrissy Kilgariff Jen Kirby Elisabeth Knier Kelley Kruse Stafford Lewis Sarah Maccubbin Jaime Maier
Kim Mclnnis Lauren McNally Jen Murphy Vickie Obenchain Erin Picariello Sarah Ponzio Sarah Rice
Ginny Tash
Tracy Tetterton Erin Thompson Katie Townsend
Second Century Society donors provide for a strong financial future for AOII through planned giving.
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>• TWENTY FIVE SCHOLARSHIPS WERE AWARDED IN HONOR OF THE FOUNDATION'S SILVER ANNIVERSARY.
"Thank you for selecting me as the
recipient of the Helen Haller Scholarship. This scholarship will allow me to pursue my degree with grea ter financial freedom and help me toward pursuit of my PhD."
EPSILON GAMMA
University ofSorthern Colorado
FRIEND
Kim Harbert Krystle Kinney Grelchen Marah Katie Moore Erin Paul
Kacey Rhodus Kim Schardt Kelsey Weber
EPSILON IOTA
Eastern Illinois University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Dixie Alms
Patricia Ryan Lenhoff
FRIEND
Paula Waisnor Musilek EPSILON OMEGA
Eastern Kentucky University
WHEAT CLUB
Allison Allgier
Carol Freytag
Rebecca Greer Rogers
SPONSOR
Lori Hummel Jones
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Tammy Gee Curtis
Krista Stuntz Ledington
FRIEND
Whitney Clay Calvert Tara Burress Malloy Sammye Jo Monroe Maria Maile Murray Delia Eddy Shelton
EPSILON SIGMA
Qaincy University
FRIEND
Sharadan Bartelt Amber Fasching Jamie Friye Katie Hopkins Randi Ramsey Anne Saucier Molly Toennies
ETA
University of Wisconsin
SPONSOR
Elizabeth King Ellen
G A M M A University of Maine ROSE CLUB
Jennifer Patel Cousins
WHEAT CLU8
Joan Drake
Valerie Smith Stimpson
SPONSOR
Arlene Cleven
Audrey Morse Gamett Ph>llis Jordan Hanson Wilma Brown Miller Thelma Crossland Robie
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Frances Sawyer Alford
Jane Romain LeBrun
FRIEND
Lisa Coffin
Kara Lauze
Catherine Tripp Pohle Shirley Gilmore Wing
GAMMA ALPHA
George Mason University
WHEAT CLUB
Ann Conlon Griesmer
Janet Haher Rawl
SPONSOR
Ami Schroder
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Nancy Foster Benedict Pamela Boley
Jennifer Riegel McGown Kimberiy Braun Nisco Kathy Dix Scharfman
FRIEND
Jackie Allder Kymberly Ando Kim Brooks Emilie Danco Tish Decoud Danielle Doolin Kathy Gron
Kim Hawkins
GIVING LEVELS
Diamond Club....$150,000 + Founders'Circle..$100,000+ AlphaCircle $50,000+ OmicronCircle.... $25,000+
Melissa
Parsons
Healy.
Omega, '96
FRIEND
Anne Cannon Allen Patricia Rine Antolosky Ali Biers
Miriam Zartman Birchard Allison Boesner
Judith Stoul Brumbaugh Jill Ruzanic Ceasar
Emily Christopher
Anne Cohen
Jen Cohen
Lauren Collier
Louise Manifold Crozier Rebecca DeLong
Emily Dugan
Jenny Dumford
Elvira Eshleman Eis Linda Verdelli Feretti
Margery Sauter Travis Marilyn Miller Vince
EPSILON ALPHA
Pennsylvania State University
GOLD CLUB
Jacquelyn Struble Dinwiddie
RUBY CLUB
Muriel Decker Mortensen
PEARL CLUB
Nancy Baier Gilbert
Barbara Fngstrom Schumacher
ROSE CLUB
Shirley Camp Belke
Inga Scheyer Book
Debra Trueax Eilert Marilyn Minor Haas Nancy Graham Leuschner Barbara Torrence Nelson Barbara Beatty Phillips Enid Stage Townsend
PiCircle
GoldClub
Ruby Club
Pearl Club
Rose Club
Wheat Club
Sponsor
Sustaining Member... $125+ Friend Upto $124 *Denotes Deceased Member
$15,000+ $10,000+ $5,000 + $2,500 + $1,000 + $500 + $250+


Tammy Hawkins Mary Hill
Maureen Hill Heather McLean Kinsey Miller Megan Miller Andie Ogden Sandra Parker Michelle Rowland Jodi Santo
Katie Swearingen Kimberly Tarby
GAMMA BETA
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
SPONSOR
Carla Caimi
Robin Pilardi Gibson Catherine Connelly Wieand
Phyllis Zaremba
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Karen Fredericks Maureen Leary Mamula LoriBigham Walters
FRIEND
Michele Zellner Byrne Andrea Smythe LaFleur Anne Hinkel Rohrbach Kelly Schlieder
GAMMA CHI
Carleton University
SPONSOR
Karen Anderson Santos
FRIEND
Chris Hostetter Kimberly Pearcey
GAMMA DELTA
SECOND CENTURY SOCIETY > Membership in the Second Century Society is open to a special group of alumnae and friends who have made provisions for the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation through a planned gift commitment. Members o f the Second Century Society recognize the need for the AOII Foundation to build long range financial stability b y including the Foundation in their estate plans. Planned gifts can include life insurance, will bequests, IRAs and trusts. >TheAOIIFoundationfurtherhonors sistersandfriendsasPATRONSoftheSecondCenturySociety,whoinadditionto their planned gift, contribute $300 or more to the Foundation on an annual basis. We are deeply grateful for their commitment andcontributions tothefutureofAlphaOmicronPi.>•ForinformationabouthowyoucanjointheSecondCentury Society, and leave a legacy for future generations o f sisters, contact the Foundation office.
AHeartfeltThankYouToThese2002-2003 SCSMembers.
University of South
PI CIRCLE
Julie Brining
RUBY CLUB
Alabama
Anonymous
Angela Bonds Alexander, RHO OMICRON Mildred FrazeeAllen, BETAPHI Michelle Angel, KAPPA OMICRON
Judith Bagby, LAMBDA SIGMA
Ginger Banks, PI KAPPA
Rosalie Gorham Barber, SIGMA OMICRON EdithBates,cmLAMBDA
Ruth Wentisch Beglin, THETA PSI
Beverly Bergstrom, DELTASIGMA
Shala Schweitzer Berry, KAPPA LAMBDA Evelyn Bird, LAMBDA SIGMA
June GreerBogle, NU OMICRON
Nancy Perry Bowers, NU OMICRON
Jo Anne Breitmeyer, PI KAPPA
Julie Brining, GAMMADELTA
Nancy Perko Bussing, PHI UPSILON BarbaraEskewCannon,PHIOMICRON Marianne Davies Carton, UPSILON
Gloria Hitt Cauble, UPSILON
Phyllis Hobbs Cauffiel, THETAPI CarolynBurtCerny,GAMMAOMICRON Lorraine Chanatry-Howell, cm
Blanche Franklin Chilcote, ALPHAPHI Catherine Daugherty Cifers, OMICRON
Carol Clark, ALPHARHO
Huldah SiagleClark, BETAPHI
Elizabeth Romine Coffey, CHI LAMBDA Suzanne Colgan, ALPHAGAMMA
Linda Peters Collier, CHI OMICRON Louanne Watson Condreay, PHI UPSILON Patricia High Conover, PHI UPSILON LoriConti,LAMBDABETA
Mary Batman Converse, PHI KAPPA
Peg Kramer Crawford, IOTA
Theresa Collins Davis, ALPHA KAPPA Jacquelyn Stmble Dinwiddie. EPSILONALPHA Melanie Nixon Doyle, LAMBDA SIGMA Patricia Stewart Dubrow, DELTASIGMA Joanne Williamson Earls, ZETAPSI
Elaine DeFrances Ellis, ALPHAOMICRON Irene Johnson Fehr, LAMBDA BETA
Gayle Fitzpatrick. ALPHARHO
Margaret Damon Goodlund, TAU Cynthia Graves, UPSILON ALPHA Melissa K. Hammel, NU OMICRON Patricia Cowley Hardy, GAMMA SIGMA Kelli Daniels Harris, NUBETA
Patricia Helland, RHO OMICRON
Anne Hickey, RHO
JuneDenyHodge, SIGMA
Vicki Ray Holloway, DELTAOMEGA Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins, UPSILON Barbara Daugs Hunt, PHI DELTA
Mary Ann Davies Jenkins, KAPPAALPHA Kathryn Ann Jensen, THETAOMEGA Jennifer Jenson, KAPPA OMICRON
Mary Clearman Johnson, ZETA
Winona Johnson-Harding, LAMBDABETA Jennifer Jones, PI OMICRON MaryAnnKenney,LAMBDABETA
Diane Johnson Killingback, KAPPAALPHA Dawn KrotjeKilpatrick, ALPHATHETA Laura Burcham King, ALPHA KAPPA TameeDarkKirkman,LAMBDATAU Dorothy Hartshorn Kortepeter, ALPHATAU Christine Hill Koukola, THETA
Barbara Owens Kramer, BETAPHI
Sarah Krans,BETAGAMMA
Carole Frank Kropschot, OMICRON PI Judith Lacina, OMICRON PI
Ann Schmidt Lampe, PHI
Caroline Craig Lazzara. LAMBDA BETA Lois Smart Lehner, THETA
Jane Campion Leininger, KAPPA THETA SharonCrouch Liddell,PHIALPHA Laura Geldhoff Liefer, KAPPA RHO Marjorie Boyd Lind, BETA PHI Marguerite Crawford Lloyd, DELTASIGMA Sky Ruhlman Louapre, PI
Joan Deathe MacCallum, KAPPA PHI Beverly Berman Mack, ALPHA TAU Linda Mansur, DELTAPI
Ruth Matson Matchette, UPSILON Barbara Andre Maxwell, IOTA ALPHA Angie Hustedt Mitchell, KAPPA ALPHA
aChilcote Monteleone. LAMBDAIOTA
Sarah Jagade Nightingale Grace LeBaron Sandefur Victoria Zingarelli
FRIEND
Cynthia Abbagnaro
Page Knight Andersen Patricia Bontier Artimez Myra Baxter
Alyce Biehl Brennan Catherine Carlton Cameron
Karen Morauski, PHI DELTA
Dana Moreland. DELTA ALPHA
Muriel Decker Mortensen, EPSILONALPHA
Elise Moss, TAU DELTA
Janis Tremble Nelson, UPSILON ALPHA
Kathy Nelson-Small, GAMMA BETA
Jacqueline Collins Niedermeier, ZETA FrankieFrazierNordlund,NUBETA
Irene Wagar Oestrike, BETA GAMMA
Ami Orcutt, LAMBDA BETA
Joyce Osbom, DELTASIGMA
Marjorie Palmer Passler, UPSILON
Candace Pierson-Charlton,ALPHARHO Charlene Rennoe, BETA GAMMA
Mary Hamilton Rhodes, KAPPA TAU
Marjorie Hunt Sanders, ALPHAOMICRON Barbara Engstrom Schumacher, EPSILONALPHA Laura Cima Seidman. IOTA JeanMarcySells,ZETA
Nancy Shaw Shaheen, ALPHA OMICRON Lucile Hendricks Spencer, ZETA
Carol Miller Stevenson, OMEGA DeborahHarperStillwell,NUOMICRON
Kay HansenSutherlin,THETA
Sandra Keymer-Temple, KAPPA PHI
Kathryn Timm, BETA RHO
Jean Whorley Tripp, NU OMICRON
Catherine Evans Vasquez, UPSILON
Thelma Coen Waigand, THETA PSI
Rebecca Shook Weinberg, cm DELTA
Phyllis Arner Westerman, RHO
Krista Malmquist Whipple, OMEGA Catherine Connelly Wieand, GAMMA BETA DorothyWatersWilliams,LAMBDASIGMA Mary McCammon Williams, PHI
Robin Mansfield Wright, GAMMA DELTA Gretchen Beling Zollendeck, PHI DELTA
Italics - Denotes New Members Bold - Denotes Patron Members
Forfurther information about the Second Century Society, please contact theFoundation Office at 615-370-0920.
Robin MansfieldWright
SPONSOR
Jacqueline Atkinson Arnold Cheryl Driver Davis
Betty Oswald
Laura Wagner Sergeant
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Julie Norton Martin
Kathryn M. Sapio
FRIEND
Emily Collins
Catherine Spahn Gunn Toni Anderson Hakim Allison Langus
Jennifer Partsch
Petra Place
Aimee Rivera
Linda Williams Singleton Shelley Williams
GAMMA IOTA
Southern Illinois
ROSE CLUB
University
Janis Chumley Price
WHEAT CLUB
Audrey Herbster Lueth
SPONSOR
Karyn George Angstadt GAMMA OMICRON
University of Florida
PEARL CLUB
Sandra Fuller Jewell
ROSE CLUB
Charlotte Burlon Bray Lori Kom Goede
Dana Baumgardner Klutt Lisa Maleski Parker Marilyn Rogers Thomas Georgina Siberio Wiborg
WHEAL CLUB
Janet Stoddard Andres Carolyn Kohlcr Driscoll Mary Plescia Fumea Maureen Campbell Nemcik Rosa Soltesz Zingarella
SPONSOR
Kelly Burnett Angelo Jennifer Perdew Dominguez Lauren Turner Mehalik
Evelyn Kulp Noblit
Lois J. Reid
Penny Giragosian Ritenbaugh Cori Rae Strobel
Marilyn Krekel Walton
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Mary Cox Boemer Carolyn Burt Cerny Norma Eraser Dunn Nancy Parham Niblack
Caryn Slovenski Clark Irene L . DaVault
Nicole Ruggiero Endacott Jill Solomon Foley
Belte Lefevre Giese Patricia Gillespie Liz Hudson
Mariele Jones
Amy Damore Jurgensen
Hope Long
Allison O'Baker
Laura Huber Parker Shirley Winn Pridgen Dorothy Lawton Priebe Jill Soost
Marsha Gehris Swanson Lara Tucci
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Many thanks to all the collegians who have raised thousands of dollars each year for arthritis research.
Muriel T. McKinney Scholarship
- Drew Slone, TAU OMEGA
Martha Wilhoite Memorial Scholarship -Nicole Keith, cm LAMBDA
Carey Griner Memorial Scholarship -Kelly Nofzinger. KAPPA KAPPA
The Angels of Kappa Theta Scholarship -Michelle Wastaferro,cm PSI
Carolyn Huey Harris Scholarship - Susan Mentzer, LAMBDA SICMA Kerri Keith Memorial Scholarship -Alisa Esposito. LAMBDA SIGMA Jo Ann Gibbons Scholarship -Jessica Robinson, BETA PHI
Rho Omicron Chapter Scholarship
-Whitney Frazier, RHO OMICRON Langston-Purdy Scholarship
- Kristin Bradbury, ALPHA DELTA
Bank of America Silver Anniversary Scholarship -Stephanie Romano, EPSILON
Diamond Jubilee Scholarships -Amy Bromwell, SIGMA TAU
- Lacy Denney, LAMBDA OMICRON - Katie Mitchum, ZETAPI
- Lauren Murphy, THETA BETA
GRADUATES/ALUMNAE
Helen Mailer Hank of Nashville Silver Anniversary Scholarship
-Melissa Healy, OMEGA
Edith Anderson /Beta Phi Scholarship -Melissa Desai, DELTA UPSILON
Ruth M. Johnson Memorial Scholarship -Josephine Cooley, SIGMA
San Diego Alumnae Memorial Scholarship Given in memoir of Bonnie Somers Berger - Rebecca Herman, c m LAMBDA
Alpha Tau Chapter Scholarship
-Jennifer Peterson, ZETA
Karen Tucker Centennial Scholarship -Amy Dill, ZETAPI
Man Louise Roller Memorial Scholarship -Kimberly Schaaf.THETAPSI
Diamond Jubilee Scholarships
-Jessica Lawrence, LAMBDA TAU -Amanda Milner, NU BETA
- Brandi Nunnery, RHO OMICRON -Gretchen Phillips, DELTA UPSILON
Scholarship applicationsfor 2004-2005 will be available October 1, 2003 with a firm deadline of March I. 2004. Downloadfrom aoiifoundation.org j orAlphaLinkundertheresourcestab.orcall
Grace ftzv at the Foundation at 615-370-0920.
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Georgia State University
PEARL CLUB
Patricia Cowley Hardy
ROSE CLUB
Marcia Welch Davis
WHEAT CLUB
Sally Rowell Becking Luz Vizurraga Dingledy Elizabeth Wright Dyer
SPONSOR
Carrie Barnes
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FRIEND
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Utah State University
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University of South Florida
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WHEAT CLUB
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Gina Warr-Lawes
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FRIEND
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University of Illinois
PI CIRCLE
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PEARL CLUB
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ROSE CLUB
Robin Lee Beltramini Carole Schmitt Meyer Diana Klugiewicz Reed
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> MANY OF AOIFS PRIORITY PROGRAMS WERE FUNDED WITH OVER $66,000 IN EDUCATIONAL GRANTS.
A high priority was the FAITH Suicide Awareness Program. Suicide is the 3rd leading cause of death among college students ages 20-24. Fostering Awareness in Teaching Hope, or FAITH, will be offeredfree to AOII collegiate chapters this year. Your gifts made this important program funding possible.
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Iowa State University
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PI CIRCLE
*Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy
WHEAT CLUB
Mary Daly Enwall
SPONSOR
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IOTA CHI
University of Western Ontario
FRIEND
Jeanette Ciccone
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Karin Wilhelm
FRIEND
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SPONSOR
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SUSTAINING MEMBER
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SPONSOR
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FRIEND
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ROSE CLUB
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Dawn Fall
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Doris Johnson Freeman Lacey Frye
Pamela Garringer
Susan Gordon
Kate Guy
Staci Hickman
Nancy Hayward Hile
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Vickie Lovins
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Missy Miller
Carla Schuler
Lissi Thompson
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Mary Jordan Wise
Megan Wise
Andrea Witcher
WHEAT CLUB
Jennifer Smith Hayes
SPONSOR
Shirley Thomas Cooke
Joan Burr Creese
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Daryl Meyer Hall
Elizabeth Lee Johnston Kennedy Frances Cox Lindsey
Karen Worrill Swift
Grace Schumacher Ward
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Elizebeth Page Carter Marcia Bealle Quarles Marcia Dill Stegmann
FRIEND
Maureen Blau Carolyn Butler Brigette Gold Rachel Maxfield Victoria Urban
KAPPA KAPPA
Ball State University
ROSE CLUB
Linda McRae Becker Kelli Fitzpatrick Burrill Deborah Jennings Ernst Louise Bennett Lingner Mary Myers Meyer Karen Gesell Ripberger Pamela Jordan Wolf
WHEAT CLUB
Betty Isza Bairn Pamela Pratt Curtis Jane Ann Vigus Steiner
SPONSOR
Millie J. Cole Boring
Julie Robbins Burns
E. Kathryn Webb Burris
Janet Oestrike Gerstenecker Kimberly Indelicate
Carolann Laskowski Mikesell Phyllis Reeder Mueller Kathleen Metzger O'Dell
Sue Trent O'Maley
Paula Adams Peterson
Ann Edens Sanderson
Carol Loudenback Sommers Jannene Maclntyre Southworth
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Carla Bochenek-Hodge Donna Fosnaugh Bockover Lois Gatchell Brown Angela Blackwell Evans Marilyn Hart
Cheryl Cody Hazama Judith Myers McFarland Misha Rogers
Lauren Jinks Walawender Wendy Whittern
FRIEND
Megan Allen
Kiley Baumann Laura Bergan Nicole Bettlach Sandra Cox Bettner Mary Lowe Biddle Laura Brown
Mary Burns Ditmire Becky Ellis
Sarah Ernstberger Kate Evans
Krista Evans
Julie Foster
Andrea Fulda Fowler Brandi Fricke
Nicole Gallo
Jessica Guest
Tricia Heflin
Kay O'Rourke Hogue Laura Hombersier Hoke
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DAUGS HUNT
AWARD
SPONSOR
Karen Hall Moon
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Barbara Webb Lewis
Irene Polis Taylor
FRIEND
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Northwestern State
FRIEND
University
Charlotte LeVecque Rosemary Malish Roberta Ruth Peterson Angeline Spehar Zantjer
WHEAT CLUB
Susan Fairchild Davidson Arlene Sirtola Kalis
Ann Laurimore
Rebecca Dragos Massie Doris Cline McKenzie
SPONSOR
Virginia Sprielsma Coolidge Leslie Markle Hargett
Mary Jane Palo Levi
Joyce Nevaril Sustr
Sandra Kubitz Tomlinson
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Michelle Buhovecky Julie Olszewski Halaris Tracy Kluge
GIVING IEVELS
Diamond Club. .$150,000 + Founders'Circle.. $100,000+ AlphaCircle $50,000+ OmicronCircle...$25,000+
Heather Bandy
Amanda Killingsworth Byles Bridget Louviere
Heather McCardie
Samantha Ronquille
Keisha Savoy
KAPPA DELTA
Wright State University
WHEAT CLUB
Susan Arnold Targove
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Amy Wiedeman KAPPA GAMMA
$15,000+ $10,000+ $5,000+ $2,500+ $1,000+ $500+ $250+ SustainingMember... $125+
Florida Southern
ROSE CLUB
College
Barbara Jane Clifford Keller Karen Krieger
Friend .Up to $124 * Denotes Deceased Member
The Barbara Daugs Hunt Award, named for this Past International President and Past Foundation President, is presented by the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation biennially at Convention to recognize an outstanding AOII alumna for her lifetime personal and financial commitment to the Foundation, its vision, mission and programs. Among many worthy nominees, there were two who were equally matched in each category rated and therefore both were selected to receive the award. Congratulations to these very special women!
2 0 0 3 BARBARA DAUGS HUNT AWARD RECIPIENTS
KAPPA PI
Ohio Northern
ROSE CLUB
University
Rosalie Gorham Barber
Sigma Omicron'57 June 26,2003
Angie Hurdlik
Kelly Jackson
Anne Kraemer
Kelli Hahn Lawrence Ruth Sriver Linton Laura McBride Mindy McClurc
Kell McFarren
Lee McKown O'Neal
Katie Pfadt
Lauren Pratt
Marilyn Stouse Redmon Cindy Bradford Sales
Lara Schaller
Katie Shawger
Linda Chapman Spitler Paige Montgomery Terveer Marjorie Rose Wilkinson Shaunda Young
KAPPA LAMBDA
University of Calgary
WHEAT CLUB
Shala Schweitzer Berry
SPONSOR
Annick Brais Grover
Angela Judd Scoble
FRIEND
Megan Crockeil Sarah LaGroix Erin Lishman Kristy Manchul Raedee Saar Tiffany Watson
KAPPA OMEGA
University of Kentucky
SPONSOR
Leona Schnellenberger Box
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Charla Cobb Wagers
FRIEND
Lori Hawkins Andersen Katie Berghausen
Sara Clark
Terrianne Dick
Andrea Diebold Beth Givens
Tarah Hawkins Emily Hutchison Sarah Hutli Michelle Inzetta Jennifer Kremer Jennifer McCleese Katie McKenna Courtney Melton
Jacquelyn Struble Dinwiddie
Epsilon Alpha'43 June 26, 2003
Donna Reams Katherine Roeder Ashley Watson Liz Wilson
KAPPA OMICRON
Rhodes College
ROSE CLUB
Anne Riley Bourne
WHEAT CLUB
Mary Holiman Norton
Frances Crouch Perkins
SPONSOR
Rebecca Marshbanks Mushing:
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Ann Dewar Blecken Virginia Laney Clopper Cynthia Allen Hoffman Laura Brown McHan Angela Holland Mills Catherine Albright Turner Betty Schneider Williams
FRIEND
Jessica Anschutz Patricia Brasfield
Sarah Clark
Caroline Dale
Cyanne Dernchak
Susan Duester
Michelle Eacrel
Evan Goss
Amanda Womack Haley Rebecca Held
Julie Decker Hendrick Jessica Hoback Stefanie Johnson Mary Johnston
Sara Mason
Sarah May
Shelley Miller
Jessica Paz
Hunter Phillips
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Emily Ramsey
Angela Kreuter Rogers Carissa Bradley Schutzman Grace Williams
Carrie Wright
KAPPA PHI
McGUl University
PEARL CLUB
Joan Deathe MacCallum
WHEAT CLUB
Catherine Draper
Pamela Norton Starr
WHEAT CLUB
Karen Grane
Deborah Hunter
Kelly James Moore Rebecca Piazza Morris Lori Williamson Nelson
SPONSOR
Nancy Cunningham Fenner
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Joan Pais Gardiner Kristina Sell Kiene Rachel Hunter Kistner Robin Brodnicki Merrill Janet Cole Sekerak
FRIEND
Denise Trueman Clevenger Andrea Heindel
Heidi Snow
Shelle Heitfeld Thomas Stacy Adams Wall
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Western Michigan
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University
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Helen Howe Campbell Erika Dilts
Norma Loye Longmire Darcy Nickless
Alice Kozlowski Pinder Jackie Scott Vallier Marcia Galbraith Wilson
KAPPA SIGMA
University of Wisconsin River Falis
PEARL CLUB
Edith Belsher Butler Polly King Clark
Jane Campion Leininger Dorothy Woodbury Linn
ROSE CLUB
Beryl E. Arbit
Mary Leigh Watters Blek Elsie Tomboulian Harutunian Shirley Keyes Hastings
WHEAT CLUB
Gloria Regal Blake Mary Watkins Cullom Judith Hasche
Dorolhy Baldwin Heide Marion Elliott Smith Jean Cook Steinberger
Mary Lou Rosenthal Vest Karen Van Dyke Watson Alice Newhouse While Elizabeth Wright Win Elizabeth Smith Wright
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Joanne Smith Ashton
Janice Bagge
Greichen Kumnick Byron Kay Dooly Daugherty Barbara Ryan Dunham Rosemary Snyder Gustafson Florence Peterson Holden Audrey Telley Jonas-Strun Carol Stich Lamar
Lois Martin
Karran Perk Richards
Marian Moore Smithson
Susan Canby Turquand
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Shirley Combs Considine Carole Bloom Dovala
Joan Murphy Johnson Rosemarie Fehlman Kaston Gloria Murphy Pena
Vickie Neuvert Peters
Virginia Stanton Upham
FRIEND
Mary Lawrence Charles Barbara Smith Richards
LAMBDA
Stanford University
OMICRON CIRCLE
June Miller Lighty
PEARL CLUB
Marjorie Schlichtmann Herrero
Muriel Boyd Longinotti
ROSE CLUB
Helene Wilkens Bartig Evelyn Pleasant Johnson Jean Hiler Maroder
WHEAT CLUB
Jacquelyn Cannon Bonnett Barbara Odenheimer Dority Martha Shuns Orr
Mary Louise Suner Tomblin
SPONSOR
Manetta Harriman Binney *Mamy Say Jones
LAMBDA BETA
California State University Long Beach
FOUNDERS' CIRCLE
Joyce Baca Lacerte
PI CIRCLE
Caroline Craig Lazzara
GOLD CLUB
Elizabeth Craig Amundson
ROSE CLUB
Winona Johnson-Harding
WHEAT CLUB
Tracy Crandal I
Irene Johnson Fehr April Ringwald Monroe Juliana Doran Springer
SPONSOR
Stacy Chaplin Bogin Laura Jacques Boyer Marian Riegel Drum Donna Binmann Kasper Jodi Masumoto
Joan Griffin Russell
Stacy Schemenauer
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Kimberly Bradley
Laura Peterson Buss
Karen Courtney Eckelbarger Veronica Luna Kentish Michelle Thompson Landrith Kathi Niffenegger
Wendy Mayo Wang
FRIEND
Megan Beddow
Gillian Bogota
Monica Cabrera
June Cierpial Collins
Jeannette Correa
Mary Crawford
Boualoy Sengchanthalangsy Dayton Alyssa Draper
Christine Evans
Stephanie Block Farris Diana Fernandez
Maureen Hernandez
Helen Hong
Susan Jennings
Anne Koo
Gloria Tillman Markussen Angie Moria
Heather Norman
Amy Nusser
Kari Schneider Gisella Soto
Kari Vang
Jennifer Vargas Tanya Vivas
Maria Farago West Natalie Zarsky
LAMBDA CHI
LaGrange College
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Carol Armstrong Beard
Cathryn H. Creasy
Diane Evans Dooley Martha Leonard Ham'son Joni Farmer Ingram
Katy Cox Johnson
Betty Long Mathis
Fifi Lamas Menzelos Joyce Morway
Anne Wooten Ruzic
WHEAT CLUB
Caroline Hargrove Adams Carol Hendon Cain Christine Collier Campbell Charlotte Gaulding Cook Carole Thomas Davis Lauri Grogan DcGuenther Karen Pope Han
Tammy Williams Perkins Elizabeth Conaway Ruh Margaret Scon Spillane
SPONSOR
Dorothy Barrow Atwell Marie Shirley Binder Natalie King Clapp Dorothy Avers Compton Jennifer Harden Green Susan Hardwick
Louise B. Leonard
Rebecca Murrah Lovelace Cecelia Shook McAuliffe Wendy Bowen Mykyten Amy Vander Gheynst Nixon Lisa Whinen Powell
Linda Blair Stooksbury Betty Hooks Underwood Julia Wing
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Margaret Benefield Bohn Sheree Boyer Boyd
Carrie Brady
Barbara Woods Daly Mildred Holland Donaldson June Haines Edwards
Claire McAuliffe Ellis Irene Williams Jones Claire Hubbard Mann Cassie Hail McGill
Paula Conaway Sandidge Beth Neal Smith
Sherry Lenhandt Sponseller Vicki Mayfield Swenson Marie Richardson Thompson
FRIEND
Gina Addinglon
Amy Alexander
Maria Anderson
Julie Jamieson Barkley Jennifer Berger
GIVING LEVELS
Diamond Club. ..$150,000+ Founders'Circle .$100,000+ Alpha Circle $50,000 + Omicron Circle . .$25,000 +
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Janet Karl Manor
FRIEND
Desiray Mueller-Hinds Barbara Smothers Andrea Stetzer
Melissa Joyce Stone
KAPPA TAU
Southeastern Louisiana
PEARL CLUB
Cynthia Visot. E d D .
ROSE CLUB
Dina D'Gerolamo
WHEAT CLUB
Theresa McKay Gomez Yvonne Daigre Landry Susan Gourdain Mele Sonja Ragusa
SPONSOR
University
COLLEGIATE CHAPTER DONORS 2002-2003
Collegiate Chapters that made a Foundation gift during the fiscal year are listed in order of chapter's "lifetime" accumulated giving total.
Jennifer B. Gutmann
Karla Reese Powers
FRIEND
Sarah Decker Ansley Harvey Amber Nolen Eria Vali-Vasta
LAMBDA ETA
Grand Valley State
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Paula Cain Feltz
FRIEND
Ann Marie Klotz Rachel Maris Miller Noddea Moore
Sara Tilli Tidrow Jennifer Gilbert Wolf
LAMBDA IOTA
Patricia Thompson Dowie
Kalli Blackwell Peterman
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Raylyn Reine Beevers Laura Jones Dunlap Janin Boos Johnston Janet Hartt Roche
FRIEND
Ann Blaize Barrosse Norma Bivona
Cady Breyel
Jaciyn Broussard Nikki Broussard Micah Ragusa Bujol Jaime Burchfield Vita Carbo
Jaime Cooper
Sarah Letsch Danehower Megan Doyle
Ruthie Dukes
Lori Faherman
Julie Flores
Mandy Hughes
Jennifer Johnson
Shannon Kelly
Ava Ledford Ladell
Kathy Lanser
Linda Siegrist Mahfouz Judith Martin Marshall Gayle Robinson Miller Jessica Morgan
Deborah Versen Nelson Angela Puglia
Sonya Ragusa
Mary Hamilton Rhodes Michele Woolley Rodriguez Sabrina Sanzone
Tracy Schultz
Mandy Simoneaux
Sara Strain
Laini Vogel
Jennifer Walley
KAPPA THETA
FOUNDERS'CIRCLE
$100,000 to $149,999
Delta Delta
ALPHA CIRCLE
$50,000 to $99,999
Kappa Kappa Lambda Sigma Rho Omicron Iota Sigma
OMICRON CIRCLE
$25,000 to $49,999
Tau Omicron Alpha Chi Phi Upsilon Kappa Tau Delta Omega Zeta
Sigma Omicron Epsilon Alpha Nu Omicron Iota
Phi Sigma
PI CIRCLE
$15,000 to $24,999
Nu Beta
Gamma Sigma Kappa Alpha Chi Lambda Delta Sigma
Tau Delta
Alpha Lambda Epsilon Omega Lambda Upsilon Gamma Alpha Gamma Delta Sigma Phi Alpha Delta
GOLD CLUB
$10,000 to $14,999
Sigma
Kappa Gamma Theta Psi Alpha Gamma Omega Upsilon Epsilon Chi
RUBY CLUB
$5,000 to $9,999
ThetaOmega Omega Omicron Delta Beta
Nu Iota
Beta Gamma Chi Delta
Beta Phi
Chi Epsilon Delta Epsilon Lambda Eta Tau Gamma Alpha Psi Kappa Lambda Gamma Theta Kappa Omega Delta
PEARL CLUB
$2,500to $4,999
Theta Chi Sigma Chi KappaRho Sigma Tau Epsilon Sigma Kappa Sigma Tau Omega Delta Theta Sigma Delta Phi Beta Alpha Theta
ROSE CLUB
$1,00010$2,499
BetaTau Pi Theta Chi Theta Delta Psi
WHEAT CLUB
$500to$999
Kappa Chi Gamma
University of California San Diego
ROSE CLUB
Susan Davies
Barbara Chilcote Monteleone
WHEAT CLUB
Lori L. Curci-Reed Michelle Merwitzer Stephanie Putnoky Susan Stone
SPONSOR
Jill Eggebraaten Delorey Laura Bloom Doyle Tracy Emper Kunkel Heather Scott
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Laurel Latto
Kristen Peterson
FRIEND
Tarabeth Accardi Kore Dille
Andrea Locker Loran Lilys McCoy
Danyte Mockus Lynn Baird Socolich Jenny Wood
LAMBDA OMICRON
University of Los Angeles GOLD CLUB
California
Dorothy Waters Williams
RUBY CLUB
Melanie Nixon Doyle
PEARL CLUB
Judith Bagby
Lisa Ackerman Cheeley Lois Johnson Shorn
Ruth Estes Trager
ROSE CLUB
Donna Gude Barwick
Thelma Culverson
RUBY CLUB
Elizabeth Shinn Thornton
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Lacy Denney LAMBDA PHI
University' of Wisconsin
FRIEND
Jo Ann Slrehlow Walker
LAMBDA
University of
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SIGMA
Georgia
$15,000+ $10,000 + $5,000+ $2,500+ $1,000+ $500+ $250+
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University
Whitewater
PiCircle
Gold Club
RubyClub
Pearl Club
Rose Club
WheatClub
Sponsor
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Blair Buckler
Sis Budd
Stefanie Cannon
Amanda Chorba
Sue James Clary
Jan Henderson Davis Sherry Derby
Jen DiGiacomo
Nicole Dilbeck
Cynthia Meyer Evans Kim Evans
Beverly Matthews Gandy
Kristin Gann
Kimberly Owen Gavlak Katie Gibbons
Barbara Radcliffe Hardy Edith Heston Harmon Elizabeth Leonard Headley Patricia Casey Headley Reagan Hill
Tiffany Holder
Erica Humphries
Whitney Jacobs
Nicole Kennedy
Betsy Lee
Ginna Lovvorn
Lorra Lynch
Billie Clark Macon
Kelly Rountree Marshall Katie Mathis
Kimberly McDonel Lindsay McGraw
Emily Nail
Katherine Nash
Tricia Newton
Rebecca Berry Nixon Katie Norman
Leah Olmstead
Kristin Owens
Jenn Scott
Hillary Smith
Kelly Stevenson
Patricia Stewart
Katie Strain
Paige Putnam Teague
Ellen Threlkeld
Brenda Browing Wagner Barbara Hanna Wasik Nancy Watson
Jenny Zupec
LAMBDA TAU
University of Louisiana at Monroe
PEARL CLUB
Tamee Dark Kirkman
ROSE CLUB
Lori Roberts Miller Kathy Brakefield Sowell
WHEAT CLUB
Cheryl Larrieu Bourg Lois Klemme Theriot Ann White
Elise Rawson Wyatt
SPONSOR
Karen Shinn Bassett Rhonda Beavers Evans Penny Weaver Hakim
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Theresa Gregorio-Torres Anna Guerra
Eloise Stanhope
Frances Trousdale
FRIEND
Emily Caillouet Batton Jessica Lawrence
Cindy Reid Romero Barbara Breland Roussel Barbara Williams Wiley
LAMBDAUPSILON
Lehigh University
SPONSOR
Judith O'Neill Benedict
Bette Weisenberger Fisher
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Andrea Vardaro
FRIEND
Katie Duncan Allie Intili Michelle Paitich Kimberly Smith
MU LAMBDA
FRIEND
Laurie Duplantis Baugh Nikki Bender
Aimee Bertrand Elizabeth Boggs
Laura Boothe Sally Busby Bethany Caulfield Alicia Cole
Paige Douglas
Carol Anne Emmons Mary Furlong
Suzanne Gardiner
Sarab Grace
Melissa Gronemeyer
Julie Beck Hacker
Erin Harbert
Ashley Hood
J-Jaye Shackelford Hurley Ashley Hutton
April McCoy Jackson Angela Jenkins
Patricia Keister Lewis Mary Martin Malone Anita Manly
Laura Mann
Corby Mason
Lauren McGee
Amanda Milner
Debbie Monroe
Katherine Muller
Kelly Newell
Rebecca Parker
Erin Raines
Ricki Renick
Jennifer Risley
Karen Rodriguez
Patricia Starkey Root Meredith Scott
Rachelle Straker
Kimberly Parkes Warren
NU DELTA
Canisius College
SPONSOR
Angcliquc Hostetter Schweikowsky
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Heidi Schmalheiser Butler
FRIEND
Karen Beyea
Kate Kinney
Robin Rocchio
Renee Rocchio-Nigro
SPONSOR
Rollins
FRIEND
College
AlphaChi,WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY AlphaLambda, GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY AlphaPsi, BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY
Chi Lambda, UNIVERSITY OF EVANSVILLE ChiTheta,NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY DeltaDelta, AUBURN UNIVERSITY
EpsilonAlpha, PENNSYLVANIA STATE EpsilonGamma, UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO GammaAlpha,GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY GammaSigma, GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY KappaAlpha,INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
Kappa Kappa, BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
Kappa Lambda, UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY KappaOmega,UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
Kappa Tau, SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY LambdaBeta,CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY
• LONG
LambdaSigma,UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA MuLambda, ROLLINS COLLEGE
Nu Beta, UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI Omega.MIAMI UNIVERSITY OmegaUpsilon,OHIO UNIVERSITY
Pi Delta, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SigmaTau,WASHINGTON COLLEGE TauOmicron,UNIVERSITYOFTENNESSEE- MARTIN ThetaChi, MORNINGSIDE COLLEGE
Zeta, UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA • LINCOLN ZetaPi.UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA - BIRMINGHAM
Julie Langbeim Meghan Sheleg
NU
New York University
ROSE CLUB
Cristina Rebaza Oswald
WHEAT CLUB
Miriam Paliwoda Moody
Dorothy Meisel Partridge
SPONSOR
Florence Weinheimer deNagy
Grace Campisi Giacobone
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Helen Bell Dodds
Eleanor Brown Van Deusen
UNIVERSITY
NUBETA
University of
OMICRON CIRCLE
Mississippi
BEACH
Frankie Frazier Nordlund
PEARL CLUB
Judy Thompson Moore
ROSE CLUB
Mary Elizabeth Barrett
Kelli Daniels Harris
Katherine Si. John Pettus Hinds Laura M . Justice
Jeanne Carter Luckey
Lisa Brown Pearson
Phyllis Grant Phillips-Taylor Betty Shaw Tutor
WHEAT CLUB
Susan Bonifield Rosemary Sloltz Hill Heidi Herlong McFarlin
SPONSOR
Crystal Grafton Combs Elizabeth Silva Congemi Merry Carole Cooper Falke Yancey Mason Harrington Lois LaFollette Lewis
Kaye Brown Martin
Anne Dauenhauer McLaughlin Brooke Beard Melton
Sharon Reece Neff
Ellen Silva
Linda Price Sullivan
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jennifer Hayes Bubrig Rebecca Johnson Calvert Elaine Poynter Ewing Ashley Moak
Lori Ward Smith
NUIOTA
> THE FOUNDATION IS PROUD OF THE SUPPORT THIS FISCAL YEAR FROM OUR GRADUATING SENIORS.
A total of 654 seniors from the Class of2003 gave $6,540.
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Northern
RUBY CLUB
Illinois
University
Carolyn Wartinbee
ROSE CLUB
M. Kathleen Coover
Linda Schwartz Grandolfo Janet Bong Lockhart
WHEAT CLUB
Audrael Tremblay Chiricotti Rosanne Snyder Fisher
Judy Young Huss
Marcia Davis Moser Barbara Paulz Murray Janice Luksic Skeldon Cynthia Sleckel
Cynthia Paul Wayland
SPONSOR
Sharon Dziubla Huxhold Marilynn Pemberton Schroeder Jennifer Smith
Janice Wostratzky Voight
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Patricia Annen E
Susan Stanley Buehlman Carol Relfson Frogue Evelyn Gaudutis
Jamison F. Nepnid
Eloise Skulborstad Rogers Susan Poczekaj Trump Sally Marker Wessels Christine Zielinski
FRIEND
Jennifer Fiolka
Maggie Gerdes
Dawn Russell Grivetti Jamie Seiler Gunter
Patricia Deddo Halibozek Shari Blumhoff Kagan Kristie Koike
Shelea Lackland
Jeanne Lynch Madoch Karen Matthews
Geraldine Chalifoux Parr Charlotte Kuebker Renehan Erica Toenies
NU KAPPA
Southern Methodist University
SPONSOR
Kathleen Williams Meek
NU LAMBDA
University of Southern California
PEARL CLUB
Carol Emmeriing Sawyer
ROSE CLUB
Janie Kesling Crawford Juaniia Sakajian Haugen Corinne McCann
Willa O'Day Olsen
Dorothy Keen Robinson Elizabeth Abbott Siegmund Gail Sullivan
Nancy Schrader Young
WHEAT CLUB
Marilyn Beaudry-Corbett Mary E. Booth
Mallory Prestlien Cangialosi B.J. George Chandler Penelope Benson Ferrell Teresa Del Gianni Rushing
SENIOR
CHALLENGE 2003
Phyllis Austin
Patricia Jones Finer
Radene Gordon-Beck
Darlene Hall Jackson
Daisy Comer Knudsen
Genie Tripp Lownsdale Elizabeth Mosher
Lisbeth Buller Prows
Monique Ansolabehere
Lisa Harriman Scott
Elaine Soost
Anne Hattery Stevens Elizabeth Wannamaker Werhcl Diana Welch Worthington
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Paula Conte Manheim
Helen Waterbury
FRIEND
Karen Blais
Lynn Bull Boozer
Jill Wilniouth Hewicker Carrol McElroy Irwin
Elinor Russell Keller Melissa Minas
Joan Mannix Neckerman Sharon Mustoe Norambuena Tamara Silver
NU OMICRON
Vanderbilt University
RUBY CLUB
Marianna McAllister LaRue
PEARL CLUB
Mary Louise Lakoff McMillan
ROSE CLUB
Mary Dorris Adair
Alice Ann Vaughan Floyd Barge Anne Lyons Kuhns
Stephanie Crews Sundock
Jean Whoriey Tripp
Virginia Osborn Warner
Betty Brunner Williford
WHEAT CLUB
Joy Murphy Adams
Anne Cowen Beauchamp Angela Blanlon Buikema Anne Meeks Davis
Susan Thompson Derryberry Mildred Derryberry Dodd Jane Menendez Fall
Patricia Simpkins Garman Barbara Dunn Hack
Edna Bryant Hastings Ashley LaRoche Heeren Virginia Carson Hofstetter Augusta HippKuhn Katherine Walsh Lloyd Katie Woods McClendon Siobhan McLaughlin-Lesley Mary Riley Michel
Martha Peeler Moore
Sue Kaeser Moore
Suzanne Duke Orebaugh Patricia Burnett Rhodes
Sara West Robertson
Jennifer Shapiro
Deborah Harper Still well Eleanor Walker Threlkel
5PONSOR
Gayle Grizzard Allen
Anne Holloway Bachman Lucy Mack Barrett
Pamela Bell Barth
Danielle Chadwick Beasley Hayden Dyer Behnke Andrea Beldecos
lolis Robbins Carruthers Sue McCown Clark Katharine Bankston Cross Kay Tibbais Davenport Stephanie Davis
Susan P. Denecke
Angela Berry Donahue Nancy Whitehurst Goggans Gloria Enochs LaRoche Elizabeth Huppler Lee
Senior Challenge, completing its 10th year, continues to show strong support from graduating seniors. Originally conceived with the intention of educating seniors about the importance of the work of theFoundationandprovidingtheopportunityto initiate a giving pattern. Senior Challenge soundly reinforces the fact that AOII is for a lifetime.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THESE CHAPTERS WHO REACHED 100% PARTICIPATION IN
SENIOR CHALLENGE 2003.
Roberts


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Elizabeth McEwen Lichter Amie Boyd Marks Margaret Milam
Katherine Payne Morris Frances Miller Owen
Alice Taylor Parks
Carol Armistead Parrenl Joyce Hailey Proctor Gloria Walker Reed
Marcia Richmond
Martha Tate Rudisill Rebecca Lasley Sawyer Jane Smallwood Stearns Frances Tartaglione Margaret McKeel Tate Joan Mcintosh Van Hulzen Beverly Cate Waites
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Fli/nbeth Cox
Barbara Woodard Crawford Mary Rust Ellis
Laurie Fisher
Melissa K. Hamme)
Marcia Parra Kucaba
Leslie Potter Lawley. M.D. Manerva Gements Lescher Karen Kopert Meeks
Gwendolyn Shipp Moore Amanda Dickinson Pommerenck Rena Dreskin Schoenberg
Nita Lanier Shanks
Etta Tinker Sheffield
Sue Williams Sumner
Ann Easley Vickers
Leana Wallace
FRIEND
Mary Johnson Amett Eloise McBride Barrett Stephanie Becket
Carie Benedetto Chelsea Bond
Linda vonLackum Buchholz Catherine Ellen Daniel Cynthia Wells DeSantis Cynthia Dougan
Alice Mitchum Fitts Marian Burnett Ford Katie Hammond
Mary Frances Hastrich Robin Eastes Holt
Charlotte Norred Whin- Jean AnthonyWilliamson Jill Benesh Young
Arina Zonnenberg
NU SIGMA
Parsons College
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Carol D . Strong
OMEGA
FRIEND
Shirley MacLean Aiken Emily Bartlett
Meghan Baxter
Kari Britsch
Mildred Riegle Browder Jessica Brown
Sarah Brusch
Anne Davidson Brussee Gerri Buck
Meg Cooney
Allison Copeland
Jennifer Costigan
Brynn Decker
Sarah Diaz
Bridget Donohoe
Amber Gerken
Heather Grote
Emily Grubbs
Lauren Harlow
Aprii Harpp
Rachel Perry Hartman Kristin Hart-Maravich
Trish Heilman
Jennifer Miller Hendrickson Christy Hill
D'Ann Hoover
Stacy Johnson
Laura Woodburn Jones
Jenny Kershaw
Marcia Warner Kleinsehmidt Kristen Kluender
Jeana Kuhn
Devon Malene
Laura Mowrer Manes
N. Anne Bach Mayfield
Nina Hale McGory
Andrea Miller
Ann Fletcher Olejko
Laura O'Neill
Beth Pasko
Molly Patton
Alyson Pavlock
Jessica Reichwein
Alison Rutledge
Rachel Schwartzman Carolyn Schwarz
Katie Smith
Sarah Stone
FRIEND
Stephanie Allen
Mary Truscott Anderson Carol Nation Beard Brooke Bowlin
Becca Bridge
Leah Carpenter
Allie Clement
Christy Colgan
Elise Collier
Jordan Crichfield
Susan Colley Crowder Tarah Daniel
Laura Lee Demastus Patsy Worley Dumbleton Tinsley Ann Ellison Michelle Ervin
Marigene Wyatt Forrester Amy Frey
Allison Gillis
Gayle Harlan
Patricia Baumgardner Hudson Kathryn Myers Jenkins
Cara Johnson
Lee Johnson
Anne Smith Jones
Dana Dow Kastory
Kim Keightley
DiAnne Young McMillin Melissa McMurry
Kelli Corbitt Mormon Caitlin O'Shea Dabney Patterson Sara Pottinger
Avery Rice
Virginia Brandau Ridley Amanda Robertson
Jenny Scruggs
Wren Smith
Elizabeth Bauer Stephenson Emily Stewart
Mitzi Brown Stone
Eleanor Ayers Teasley Virginia Johnson Tyler Layne Waddell
Peggy Cowling White Connie Wilson
Katy Wilson
Jill Norton Woodruff
Jill Wyatt
Marian White Yarbro
OMICRONPI
University of Michigan
RUBY CLUB
Jeanne Lindsey Butler
ROSE CLUB
Sarah Burroughs Doris Eash Harrison Mary Kokales Tower Virginia Weadock
WHEAT CLUB
Nancy Jach Aupperle Margaret Schalk Barnett Carol Sue Ivory-Carline Wanda Walgenbach Jacobson Joan Higgins Kendzior Pamela Smith Mooradian Fern Wunluck Spooner
Mary Gordon Widrig
SPONSOR
Roberta Sommer Chappell Susan Dickson
Christine Kaczmareck Graham Virginia Kern Heymoss Yvonne Johnson
Cindy Zehner Kendall Diana Khachaturian
Diana Kunkel
Patricia Johnston Matthews Patricia Nicholas
Judith Blackburn Phillips Katherine McConkey Quale Marjorie Lclzgus Sutton Patricia Swanson
Miami
GOLD CLUB
University
Eleanor King Blank
Carol Miller Stevenson
ROSE CLUB
Dorothy Taylor Begovich Linda Fitzgerald
Molly Boles Folken Frances Boothe Kende Sara Larch
Barbara Wahls Seaman Rita Karrick Strebel
Krista Malmquist Whipple
WHEAT CLUB
Ruth Kugele Baker
Estelle Carrel Baldwin
Nancy McConnaughy Ehrman
Alice Peterson Harrison
Susan Davies Holtkamp
Darla Trott lannarino
Carol Fiala Jacob
Cynthia Green Kronemyer
Edith Cope Lockard
Kathryn Lockridge
Kim Bestgen Luczywo
Naomi Giffin McPherson
Sandra Merry Nix
Gail Saville O'Brien
Margaret Snyder Petersen
Frances Page Porter
Joyce Gruber Williams
SPONSOR
Penny Dunfee Blankenship Virginia Weyman Getter Barbara Durr Gruver Melissa Parsons Healy Mary Hesson
Bettie Boesche Keating Sharon Lowry Lang
There are many fun ways to educate members about Foundation programs!
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COMMUNITIES THROUGH VALUES BASED ACTION PLANS.
"Withthis wonderful experience, I realized I had the skills needed to be a good leader. I lookforward to sharing and teaching my LC/CAB about what I have learned."
Roses, Dayna Wolek, President, Epsilon Chi
Deborah Parsons Castle Pamela Blevens Powers Melissa Rudd Sanford Betsy Payne Watson
OMICRON
University of Tennessee Knoxville
PI CIRCLE
Anne Witt Allison
PEARL CLUB
Linda Hendrixson Fuson
Joan Moore Hancock
ROSE CLUB
Nancy Dickson Compton Janet Williams Crawley Ruby Lawson Robertson
WHEAT CLUB
Christine Abbay
Julie Martin Altenbach Sandra Kohlhase Bishop Virginia Hasson Bruner Janella Carpenter Patricia Cosby
Kate McDonald Dangler Kandyce Morgan Harber
*Jewell Holtsinger Hodge Joy Warren Matthews Donna Miles McCollum Sherry Fisher Tarwater Holly Hollingsworth Watts
SPONSOR
Lina Matthews Bowyer Karen Cross Brake
Mary Curry Burnett
Amy Stevenson Cathey Annabel! Ailor Harr
Phyllis W right Hill
Mary Louise Johnson
Kay Carpenter Jowers Katherine Quillen Miller Margaret Mcllwaine Peacock Constance Bufkin Rizner
Joy Phifer Rogers Malinda Sharp Margaret Waller
Lee Ann Archer Wyatt
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Roberta Neblett Andrews Kathleen Goodwin Brown Nancy Crosslin Davis Martha Mynatt Dean Sandra Duncan
Amy Ferguson
Jamie Roberts Hagood Barbara Cargile Kidwell Helen Smythe Lovell Wendy Matthews Methvin Angela Thorpe Smith
Joy Black Thurmond
Mary Smith Williams
> TEN SCHOLARSHIPS ENABLED COLLEGIATE LEADERS TO ATTEND THE UNDERGRADUATE INTERFRATERNITY INSTITUTE, GAINING KNOWLEDGE TO IMPROVE THEIR
Katherine Hortberg
Camy Swafford Hughey
Rana Husseini
Cornele Hogge Kersey
Lisa Becker Lawhon
Margaret Looney McAllen Dorothy Ragland Mercier Clare Heburn Michels Katherine Pryor
Stephanie Sansing
Sara Christine Copeland Shalin Erin Turley
Carey Unger
Sara Wells
Frances Sommers Wheelock
Diane Gillian Lantz Patricia McCandless Olive Jones Miller
Mary Lou Caldwell Pross Marilyn Zielke Sweeney
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Barbara Jones Amato Jeanne Grigsby Bookwalter Nancy Biddle Doan Meredith Jones Galeano
*Dorothy Karstaedt Osier Allyne Boey Prater Marjorie Newell Radow Carol Naughtrip Richards Martha Pontius Shablesky
Emma Wolf Strother Laura Billig Switzer
Leah Tippie
Lisa Van Auken
Laura Van Hyning
Annie Vander Wyden Rosalie Vayman
Michelle Velez
Elizabeth Vereker Meghan Walcott
Lyndsey Walker
IvaJyn Krogman Wauford Trisa Wilkens
Stacey Williams Jennifer Zellers
OMEGA OMICRON
Lambuth University
WHEAT CLUB
Betsy Clayton Heaberg
Ruth Whitehead Shorter
SPONSOR
Mildred Harris
Ann Myers Lowery Catherine Dickey Newell Rheaetta Farrar Wilson
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Paula Beasley
Elizabeth Moore Keltner Suzanne Brown Link Mary TaylorMcClellan Anita High Myers
FRIEND
Carol Gaddte Barnes Ashley Boyd
Frances Brooks
Lynn McAlister Christman Andrea Allard Matthews Amanda Russell Smith
OMEGA UPSILON
Ohio University
WHEAT CLUB
Stacia Waltz Hopper
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Carly Bella
FRIEND
Debbie Auten
Gina Basich Andrea Bosart Chrissy Cartwright Abbey Ciaccia Laura Clark
Meg Czerniejewski Leigh Demshar Missy Faist
Kelli Griffith
Nikki Stottlemyer Heather Hetrick Valerie Hillow Kim Interliggi Emily King
Jen Kowaluk
Katherine Leonard Rachel Lewis
Lindsey Pfahl
Jennifer Fangmann Reed Jen Reeder
Amy Sochacki
Julie Sofka
Emily Stage
Debbie Zembala
Sarah Zinsmeister
OMEGAXI
Morehead State
SUSTAINING MEMBER
University


GIVING
LEVELS
Elizabeth Taylor Walle Lora Wheeler Wever Patricia Kowalchuk Wilson
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Lynn Gualdoni
Muriel Keltner King Janet Ross Mott Cynthia Gehrls Skiver Mary Kierdorf Sloss
FRIEND
Judy Lindow Adams Marilyn Eberlein Andreini Lois Mills DeBrock Martha Howard Fales Derith Lane Garrison
Kay Kindy Gleeson
Ellen Brown Soden Marcia Lindow Stevens Jennifer Brooks Strezo Altha De Cavitte Wargelin Susan Ripson Zimmerman
PHJ
University of
RUBY CLUB
B. Diane Clements
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Mary Hague Girod
PHI LAMBDA
Youngstown State
PEARL CLUB
ALUMNAE CHAPTER DONORS 2002-2003 Alumnae Chapters that made a Foundation gift during the fiscal year are listed in order of chapter's "lifetime" accumulated giving total.
SPONSOR
Dorothy Pickens Addison East Tennessee State University Debrorah Bunger
OMICRON CIRCLE
$25,000 to 549,999
Southern Orange County Alumnae Phoenix Alumnae
Detroit N Suburban Alumnae Fort Lauderdale Alumnae
Ventura County Alumnae Dearborn Alumnae Northern Virginia Alumnae Montgomery Alumnae Long Beach Alumnae
Little Rock Area Alumnae Cleveland Area Alumnae Baton Rouge Alumnae Rockford Alumnae Montreal Alumnae Houston Alumnae
East Bay Alumnae
Baltimore Alumnae
Tulsa Alumnae
Bloomington Alumnae Milwaukee Alumnae
Greater Kansas City Alumnae
Bozeman Alumnae Champaign-Urbana Cleveland East Alumnae Omaha Alumnae
New Orleans Area Alumnae New York City Area Alumnae
W H E A T CLUB
$500 to $999
San Gabriel Valley Alumnae Napa Valley Alumnae Suburban Maryland Alumnae Hilton Head Alumnae Greater Pensacola Alumnae Ottawa Alumnae
Bucks County Alumnae Lake County Alumnae Ann Arbor Alumnae
S P O N S O R
$ 2 5 0 to $ 4 9 9
Winston-Salem Alumnae Williamsburg Alumnae
SUSTAINING MEMBER
$125 to $249
FRIEND
UP TO $124
Salt Lake City Alumnae
New Jersey-Bergen Co. Alumnae Youngstown Area Alumnae Savannah Alumnae
Elizabeth Tice Stewart
SPONSOR
Patricia Young Barrett Nancy Rehfeld Clinton Ann Petersen Howel Mary Gilles Johnson Priscilla Schariz Kannarr Helen Calkins Kurtz
Kay Kenyon Shiner
Lynne Tholen
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Melania Harris DeAnna Hensley Norma Deem Wilmuth
FRIEND
Jennifer Hanson Margaret Cool Kauffman Ruth Osborn
Linda Torcom Pacini
SPONSOR
Janet Kerley East
FRIEND
Sharon Russell
PHI BETA
East Stroudsburg
RUBY CLUB
PI CIRCLE
$15,000 to $24,999
Chicago West Suburban Indianapolis Alumnae
GOLD CLUB
$10,000 to $14,999
University
Greater Los Angeles Alumnae Macomb County Alumnae Greater Pinellas Alumnae Atlanta Alumnae
San Diego Alumnae
RUBY CLUB
$5,000 to $9,999
Orlando Area Alumnae
Palo Alto Alumnae
Chicago NW Suburban Alumnae Huntsville Alumnae
San Jose Alumnae
Evansville Tri-State Alumnae Toledo Area Alumnae
Dayton Alumnae
St. Louis Alumnae
Denver Alumnae
Nashville Area Alumnae
Dallas Alumnae
Knoxville Alumnae
Seattle Alumnae
PEARL CLUB
$2,500 to $4,999
Chicago City Alumnae
Chicago Area Alumnae Council Sarasota Area Alumnae
NY/NJ Metro Alumnae
Triangle Alumnae
Diablo Valley Alumnae
Philadelphia Minneapolis
R O S E C L U B
Alumnae
FRIEND
Corey Hair Maria Hubler
PHI CHI
University of
WHEAT CLUB
Chicago
Lexington
Northern
SouthBay/Palos Verdes Alumnae Hammond Area Alumnae Bloomington-Normal Alumnae
State College Alumnae
Tampa Bay Alumnae
San Antonio Alumnae
Chicago South Suburban Alumnae Toronto Area Alumnae
Buffalo Alumnae Madison Alumnae
DiamondClub... $150,000+ Founders'Circle $100,000+ AlphaCircle $50,000+ OmicronCircle.. .$25,000+
Kansas
Pi Circle
Gold Club
Ruby Club
Pearl Club
Rose Club
Wheat Club
Soonsor $250+ SustainingMember... $125+ Friend Up to $124 * Denotes Deceased Member
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Alumnae
Orange Co. Alumnae
PHI KAPPA
Morris Harvey
GOLD CLUB
$15,000+ $10,000+ $5,000+ $2,500+ $1,000+ $500+
Patricia McAtee McNicholas
WHEAT CLUB
Karen Snyder Gaiehan
Virginia Krupa Shaw
SPONSOR
Rosemary Donahue Moore
PHI OMICRON
Hanover College
ROSE CLUB
Barbara Kryter Ackerman Karen Parson
Nancee Vine
Virginia Hayworth Wilcox
WHEAT CLUB
Margery Zeller Gillum
Alumnae
Kimbcrly Carson McGowan
WHEAT CLUB
Shawn Mengel
Lisa Springer Sneddon
SPONSOR
Marjorie Gage LaBella Judith Motrin Lee
Ann Sincavage McGlinchey Debra Xander O'Donnell Suzanne Yankiv Raphaels
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jaynelien Behre Jenkins
$1,000 to $2,499
Jersey Shore Alumnae
Palm Beach County Alumnae Tuscaloosa Alumnae
Greater Miami Alumnae
Pamela Webb Mearsheimer
SPONSOR
Christine Graves
Janelle Stevenson
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Linda Vandaele DeCherrie Carolina Marquez
Jessie Wang-Grimm
FRIEND
Erin Archer
Rina Martinez
Mehvish Mirza Rahman Kerry Dutkus Rapp
PHI DELTA
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
PI CIRCLE
Barbara Daugs Hunt
PEARL CLUB
Mary Hall
WHEAT CLUB
Lindy Motl Legener
SPONSOR
Mary Ann Hunt Halvorson
Gretchen Beling Zollendeck
FRIEND
Irene Schneider-Stein born
/St. Paul
Alumnae
DeKalb-Kane Alumnae
Northern Kentucky Alumnae
Piedmont. NC Alumnae
Virginia Tidewater Alumnae
Charlotte Alumnae
Las Vegas Alumnae
Palouse Washington Alumnae
Greater Harrisburg Alumnae
Lehigh Valley Alumnae
Bowling Green Alumnae
San Mateo Alumnae
Muncie Alumnae
Austin Alumnae
Pocatello Alumnae
Long Island Alumnae
San Fernando Valley Alumnae Greater Greenville Alumnae
Mary McCammon Williams
PEARL CLUB
Ann Schmidl Lampe
Beverly Emerson Locke
ROSE CLUB
Judith Mohri Hansan Patricia Howard-Peebles Stacy Van Pelt Pickering
WHEAT CLUB
Eisha Ticrney Armstrong Dolores Grossenbacher Aul Helen Mather Gibson Janetha Schmalzried Girotto Ellen Hanes
Deborah Headley Johanning Veda Russell Lewis
University
Columbia Basin Alumnae NewYork Capital Region Alumnae Denton County Alumnae Cleveland West Alumnae Charleston Alumnae
Athens Alumnae
Alumnae
PHI ALPHA
ROSE CLUB
Sharon Crouch Liddell
Barbara Eskew Cannon Sara Brown Reidel Doris Francke Schipper
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Alice Van Voorst Harrison
Mildred Lemen
FRIEND
Sandra Bauss Stinebring
PHI SIGMA
University of Nebraska Kearney
PEARL CLUB
Lisa Dutt
SPONSOR
Cindy Shada Bums Linda Weslman Collins Mary Newlon Harms
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Emily Classen Bahl
Kathleen Paprocki Dimmitl
Vicki Knowles
Joyce Bryan Strout
FRIEND
Susan Seiler Baginski Julie Krehmke Classen Jen Clausen
Heidi Gullord
Ginger lwan
Angel Kosmicki
Stacy Merante
Katherine Davis Milner Kelly Morris
Kathleen Johnson Nielsen Suzy Patterson
Kathleen Trout
Katie Wenz
Chrys Wiebelhaus
PHI UPSILON
Purdue University
RUBY CLUB
Susan Danko
Renee Pugh Smith
PEARL CLUB
Louanne Watson Condreay
ROSE CLUB
Jodi Epstein Harger Jane Geiger Niemeier
WHEAT CLUB
Nancy Perko Bussing Charlene Thoman Campbell Judi Von Dielingen Clark Dianne Boggess Fullam Angie Hirsch Holman
Susan Bezouska Macintosh Jennifer Spencer Pitcher Lisa Vestal Sheets
SPONSOR
Mary Anne Caskey Ashworth Elizabeth Peterson Eisele Sarahjane Seskind Freeman Karen Ashman Geiger
Zoe Ballew Howard Rosalyn Franta Kulik Leslie Welch Pohli Louise Ristow
Lisa Hershman Schwartz
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Erin Clem
Christine Cutlip Humm
Meredilh Hockema Maggiacomo Lorrie McMinn Packard
Carolyn Parks Pearcy
Anne Williams Smith
Cynthia Milner Woodman
FRIEND
Suzanne Veling Barrett
Linda Crawshaw Bird
Diane Jensen Boatright
Eileen Dombrowski Boatright Emily Brink
Denise Zumdome Daslur Liana Dutcher
Carol Rine Evatt
Mary Batman Converse
SPONSOR
Joan C.Banks-Miller
College


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RHOBETA
Virginia Commonwealth
SPONSOR
Robin Till Conner
FRIEND
WHEAT CLUB
Patricia Helland
Patricia A . Larson
SPONSOR
Colleen Caban Grace Day Jackie Lynch Anne Marie Toy
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Holly Wright Murrell
Barbara Doyle Stubblefield
FRIEND
Kristi Allen Kelley Anderson Melissa Ball
Leah Beth Bean Sarah Bradford Ashleigh Burleigh Amy Clemmons Leslie Cope Rebecca Davison Stacey Emery Abby Epps
Faith Foster
Merry Tuxill Henry
Sarah Fosbrink Jones
Jane Elgin Karasick
Juditli Newton Miller Emily Marek Montgomery Belinda Bingman Renno Jennifer Sickafoose Rice Amanda Grose Rickard Kimberlie Ballard Robison Patricia Bresnahan Smith Misty W ade
Victoria Hamilton Wilson
> $35,000, THE FIRST PAYMENT OF A 3 YEAR PLEDGE OF $105,000, WAS AWARDED FOR ARTHRITIS RESEARCH ON THE MANAGEMENT OF INFLAMMATORY DISEASES.
"My daughter has had rheumatoid arthritis since age IS. She is now 38 and has been disabledfrom itfor several years. Hopefully, within her lifetime there will be a cure and better
treatment options. My thanks go to AOIIfor supporting the efforts to conquer this disease. Sincerely,
Nancy Gilliland Thompson, Epsilon Alpha '58
University
PI
Tulane
PEARL CLUB
University
Robinnette Turner Wrobel
RHODELTA
Samford University
FRIEND
Meredith Perry Brown Sherri Brown
Natalie Fuller
Amanda Gannett
Susan Kenoyer Meridith Nealy Starling Brooke Wagoner
RHOOMICRON
Middle Tennessee State University
ROSE CLUB
Donna Nellums Kumar Kristie Prichard Ryan Marcia Granade Wehrle
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ROSE CLUB
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WHEAT CLUB
Amber Williams
SPONSOR
Suzanne Rogers-Bainbridge Catherine Hodges Hamilton Janet McCracken Stotts
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Beth DeVeer
FRIEND
Judith Farrar Brown Brenda Wallbillich Dupuy
PI ALPHA
University of Louisville
WHEAT CLUB
Tara Spencer Singer
SPONSOR
Helen Keely Combs
Elaine Lamkin
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Carrie Clark Hawkins Kathleen Shambo Meyer Christin O'Bryan Pratt Deanna Marzian Tucker
FRIEND
Candi Allen
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Julie Jones
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Jenn Legel
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Kelly Zimmerman McDaniel Becca McDonald
SPONSOR
Johanna Carrozzino Adamczyk Carmel Gabriele Kaiser Katherine Knauss Lyons
Elinor Fisher Shoop
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Eleanor Beshgetoor DiLuigi Eleanor Holland
Joan Krause Simonin Gertrude Slaven
Betty Franks Sykes
FRIEND
Ruth Hartzeil Firestone
RHO
Northwestern University
PI CIRCLE
Phyllis Arner W esterman
GOLD CLUB
Margaret Dorr Schutt
RUBY CLUB
Maxine Griffith Pusinelli
PEARL CLUB
Lois Falkner Griffith Frances Schnitzer Loeppert Nancy Moyer McCain
ROSE CLUB
Barbara Cryer Bowermaster Nancy Anderson Clark Lesley Dunn Ewald
Patricia Jonas Handtmann Ellen English Julian
Brooky Calhoun Zajac
WHEAT CLUB
Mona Broad Andreu Jeannette Cook Dahl Adele Wilkins Greenwood Jane Salter Kayser
Caryl Waller Krueger
Rita Pelz Lucas
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SPONSOR
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SUSTAINING MEMBER
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FRIEND
Georgiana Matus Macey
RHOALPHA
PIDELTA
University of
RUBY CLUB
Maryland
Jo Beth Walling Heflin
RUBY CLUB
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ROSE CLUB
Judith Wright Rose
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WHEAT CLUB
Jean Beshell Benton
Dana Adams Clark
Gwyn McCullough Gillespie Geraldine Campbell Naschke Carolyn Stone Saxon
SPONSOR
Emily Flachmeier Engel Barbara Bealor Hines Theda Nelson Hoyt
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SUSTAINING MEMBER
Catherine Gainer Gamer Rosemary Daniel Haley Antoinette Tartaglia Post
Joanne Ross Wilder
ROSE CLUB
Pamela Bresnahan
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WHEAT CLUB
Mary Farrington Chaney Edna Burnside Devereux Melis Roche Edel
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SPONSOR
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SUSTAINING MEMBER
Gethine Williams Brown Lina Saum Burley
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FRIEND
Anya Cintron Erin Davis
FRIEND
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PITHETA
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Joyce Sanchez Dara Siegel Ashley Silverman Liz Smilh
Katie Sullivan Jess Townsend Kira Tullio
PI KAPPA
University of Texas
PI CIRCLE
Ginger Banks
Austin
Anonymous
Allison Allgier Elizabeth Amundson Katherine Andews Becki Bair
Bank of America Bank of Nashville Monica Bell
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JoAnn Hawley
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Joy Lashley
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June Lighty
Angela Lindauer
Little Rock Alumnae Chapter Sky Louapre
Joan MacCallum
•Eleanore MacCurdy
Lee Ann Mann
Nancy McCain
Heidi McFarlin
Kim McGowan
Laura McHan
Victoria Menna
Dana Miller
Barbara Monteleone
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Toni Morgan
Angela Morrow
Muriel Mortensen
New YorkCityAlumnae Chapter
Marie Newberry Darcy Nickless Dennis Nordlund Frankie Nordlund Julie Olberding Marjorie Passler Angela Pate
Lisa Pearson Kalli Peterman Jane Prather Mariellen Sasseen Bridget Scanlon Kelly Scruggs Jean Sells
Nancy Shaheen Judith Sharpe
Carol Cotton Smith Renee Smith
Bobby Stanton Carol Stevenson John Stevenson
Sun Cities Alumnae Stephanie Sundock Beth Swartz
Laurie Taylor
Beverly Townsend Nancy VanValkenburgh Joan Vanzo
Cindy Visot
Dian Volkmer
Harold Volkmer
Sally Wagaman
Marcia Wehrle
Becky Weinberg
Krista Whipple
Dorothy Williams
Ron Williams
Dyan Woodward
Robin Wright
Florida
FRIEND
Jessica Jamanca
PSI
University
WHEAT CLUB
of
Pennsylvania
International
University
Barbara Gilliland Johnson Carolyn Taylor Kitchin Ida Freeborn Sellinger
* Denotes
Deceased
Member
Pan American
SPONSOR
Diane Cameron
Universily
CELEBRA TING 25 YEARS!
additional gift by June 30, 2003, to the Silver Anniversary Endowment Campaign. Your investment contributes to a secure future for AOII!
Thanks to these donors who made an


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Glenda Atwell Allred Diane Baugh Fraser
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FRIEND
Meredith Arant
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ROSE CLUB
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SPONSOR
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FRIEND
Becky Abaray Rosanne Alastra Kristen Bozzella Amy Bromwell Jennifer Burke
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Whitney Frazier Allison Fuqua
Jenn Greene
Annie Hammontree Tamra Hardee Megan Hearon Diana Conn Hood Alissa Johnson Laura Johnson Jennifer Kennedy Heather Lawrence Katherine Lewis Jessica Pott
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RHO SIGMA
Portland State University
ROSE CLUB
Janice Cissna Daniels
WHEAT CLUB
Kathie Spencer Calandra
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Patricia BojinolT
Sandra Westerberg Brooks Diane Eaton
Cheryl Hanson
Lisa Nelson
Deanna Lynn Parrish Carol Spies Pettijohn Cynthia Buchholz Powers Diane Sandoval
Virginia Lane Steckmest
SPONSOR
Janet Stockand Anderson Dian Oldemeyer Barth Linda Taylor Drew
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SUSTAINING MEMBER
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FRIEND
Patricia Grant Bentley Laura Galli
Julie Hsu
Melinda Moore Robinson Sarah Stanley
Sarah Waldron Sullivan Nancy Stair Woods
SIGMA ALPHA
SIGMA PHI
SIGMA
University
RUBY CLUB
of California
Berkeley
Mary Fulton Cuthbertson
PEARL CLUB
Louise Kramer Mills
Dorie! Goltz Parkinson
ROSE CLUB
Lori Engott-Spaulding Beth McCloy McCuskey Christine Szemes Williams
SPONSOR
Suzanne Sundick Balamaci Nicky LaRosa Bogart Heidi Forrest Mayer
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Terri Rounion Davies
Salena Sandford Staub
FRIEND
Shannon Duggan Jody Tressler
SIGMA CHI
Hartwick College
ROSE CLUB
Elizabeth Thompson Sawicki
Sigrid Westcott Stewart
WHEAT CLUB
Leslie Maxson Lafferandre
Michelle Eliuk Parker
Kimberly Spiak
SPONSOR
Eleanor Brown Hickein Diane Smith Kitson Jeanne Rockwell Martin Ann Timmons
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Marjorie Turrell Julian Darlene Hinkley Kirk Margo McMahon Katie Pugliese
Jessica Rogerson
FRIEND
Becky Cachat Myriah Reed Jen Winchester
Vicki Barkan University of Wisconsin LaCrosse Cynthia Cocoles
The AOII Foundation: Sharing, Service and Support.
Janice Melton Adams Shirley Jumper Boberg Marguerite Gist Butler Helen Basler Fletcher June Deny Hodge Elizabeth Paul Hook Margaret Wagner Kellogg Claudine Fisher Lynch Peggy Aspinwall Toppin
WHEAT CLUB
Dorothy Jackson Baxter Sandra Zanzol Bemiss
GI VI NG LEVELS
DiamondClub.. $150,000+ Founders'Circle..$100,000+ Alpha Circle $50,000 + OmicronCircle. ..$25,000+
SPONSOR
Donna Butterfield Karen Dwyer Caesar Jill Cross Du Mez
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Susan Corona Lynch Margarel Benson Martinez
SIGMA OMICRON
Patricia Hasson-Owens Ellen Mercer Press Kari Kjontvedt Weis
FRIEND
Kelly Abbott
Jackie Weisheit Bartoletti Rochelle Connelly Lauren Dube
Lindsey Fischer
Jennifer Fong
Debra Freedman
Jill Rosenberg Murry Anne Remillard
Jessica Resnick
Dana Schlossberg
Julie Yurth
SIGMA RHO
Slippery Rock University
WHEAT CLUB
Joan Piper Shepherd
Krislin Miller Svidro
SPONSOR
Kimberly Clements Harrison
FRIEND
Janene Alcott Bowden June Sherry Dunn Janna Harris
Mara Mannella
SIGMA SIGMA
St. Norbert College
WHEAT CLUB
Alyson Dietzmann Zierdt
TAU
University
of
Minnesota
WHEAT CLUB
Loretta Graves Brown Angela Camp Morrow Helen Borchers Rea
SPONSOR
Lynda Lowery Collier Jaydie Gamble Fay
Jane Rueschenberg Hake Shannon Mancin
Faye Hendrix Thames
Amelia Cox Wilters
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Julia Van Valkenburgh Lockwood
FRIEND
Kathryn Ashworth Elizabelh Baskerville Kingslea deRoode
Kassie Doggelt
Lynne Langstaff Frederick Sarah Gracey
Berma Jarrard Hamilton Julia Thiemonge Harris Melissa Doggett Hudson Cameron Jones
Caroline Jones
Sarah Van Valkenburgh Kattos Carol Kidd
Emily Lewis
Christopher Lydick
Mary Louis Lydick
Gene Akin Martin
Elizabeth McNamara
Michelle Michael
Marion Moss Miles
Betty Taylor Nash
PiCircle
GoldClub
Ruby Club
Pearl Club
Rose Club
Wheat Club
$15,000+ $10,000+ $5,000 + $2,500+ $1,000+ $500+
Rosalie Gorham Barber
ROSE CLUB
Kay Cameron Yount
WHEAT CLUB
Brenda Gordon Ferralasco Ann Matthews Ford Dorothy Kinman
SPONSOR
Frances Burris
Barbara Marconi Curry Vicki Forrester Downs Joan Greenwood Koonce Marilyn Kirkpatrick Lyden Gail Province Osborn Mary Lancaster Walton
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Donna Parks Diebold Sherry Haman
Deborah Morrison Hinz Stephanie Curton Kenley Monica Isaac Pettus Elisa Masterson White
FRIEND
Cathy Anders
Karyn Walker Averitt Lindsey Brown
Sponsor $250+
Sustaining Member... $125+
Friend Up to $124
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S I GMA
Huntingdon
ROSE CLUB
Mary Day
DELTA
College
Barbara J. Cart Ashley Chambers Cari Cochran Bridget Criddle Melissa Giovannello Jenny Hayes
Marissa Mayberry Shay Nanke
Sue Maxwell Roberts Mindy Scheffer
Cindy Schlesier Mindy Slaten
Michelle Luster Smart Leslie Speer
Pam Strickland Karla Thomas
Charlotte Barkley Thompson Janet Shepherd Utley
Beth Vaccaro
Kristen Wilson
Nancy Cunningham Woolford
SIGMA TAU
SPONSOR
Patricia Plank Bergstrom Janice Robinson Greig Mary Dayhuff Hall
Bonnie Olsen Kramer Ludmilla Chalupa Milnar Margaret Nelson Moultlirop Angela Papaioannou
Jane Mason Wright
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Sandra Rugg Elmstrom Lorna McCartney Leekley Joan Kees Wigginton
FRIEND
Andrea Andrews Christine Casper Berquist Jessica Horner Cramer Michele Miller Grady Beth Kovala Nuutinen Suzanne Rian
Dauphine Borg Schumacher
TAU DELTA
Birmingham Southern College
GOLD CLUB
Dian Poole Volkmer
RUBY CLUB
Lynn Martin Anderson
ROSE CLUB
Susan Edmunds Lewis
Arkansas
RUBY CLUB
State
University
Margarel Damon Goodlund
PEARL CLUB
Beverly Hayer Harris
Lois Henning Kroeger
ROSE CLUB
Audrey Graupmann Eickhof Colleen Summy Frojen Nancy-Dell Lund
Marie Bremer Reim
Jean Behrends Rotegard Nancy Smith Scott Carol Matson Trunk
WHEAT CLUB
Carol Formo Ackles
Marion Nordal Bilger Maxine Morse Blackmcr Beverly Johnson Coulter Barbara Williams Curry Vera Carlson Elmburg Barbara Quick Hancock Glenda Moseman Jungquist
*Sally Lohmann Laue Patricia Johnson Lill Sandra Rodgers Markcl Alice Pass McHugh Sheila Olson
Kathleen O'Shaughnessy Rosenblum Joan Commer Stanisha
Carol Oberbillig Stephens Beverly Ness Thorson
Sheryl Wallace
California Northridge
RUBY CLUB
State
University
West Virginia
ROSE CLUB
Michelle Zarish
WHEAT CLUB
University
Julie Sellers Claeyssens
Jean Severson Twyning
SPONSOR
Jeannie Apostole
Georgia Peterson DeClark Debra Cecil Jacobs
FRIEND
Mary Beth Ceding Wallace
SIGMA LAMBDA
SIGMA IOTA
Western Illinois
ROSE CLUB
Jo Ann Macander
WHEAT CLUB
University
Phyllis Casteel Gilson
PEARL CLUB
Bonnie Frank
ROSE CLUB
Kathleen Herron Babbitt
Melinda Kelly
WHEAT CLUB
Pamela Harbin Abbott Carin Sieff Adler Vivian Fuller Cline Patricia Rosvall Hugon
SPONSOR
Barbara Stark Clark Betty Bond Colby Christine Barth Foldes Carly Petersen
Lisa MoniesVandergriff
Jennifer Wright Zoni
SUSTAINING MEMBER
ALPHA CIRCLE


Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation Donor Listing & Annual Report
Sheela Patel
Margarcl Scalise Jennifer Snell
Karen Cory Stewart Lindsey Thomas
Nancy VanValken burgh Ashley Zerull
FRIEND
Heather Barnes
Lori Gallimore Belew Tracey Gleason Bell LauraBrandes
Chrissie Campbell
Laurie Gibson Carpenter Melanie Clinton
Marikay Cook
Laurel Durham
Elise Evans
Elisha Evans
Lauran Evans
Julie Beth Exum
Maribeth Cashon Fowlkes Stephanie Gray
Brooke Greene
Cortney Greene
Niki Sellers Hermes Jennifer Hicks
Dashawn Howell
Amanda Lamberth
Meg Landrum
Sue W oodrow McDougall Kathryn Osteen Menkel Kristi Moore
Tasha Morgan
Misti Mount
Emily Newman
Cheryl Perry
Suzanne Perry
Leigh Goodwin Rainey Crystal Reynolds
Julie Ruff
Anna Stanford
Dana Stewart
Deborah McCaghren Taber Whitney White
Paige Wilson
Joan Zagar Severns Shirley Shazer Carolyn Whittier
SPONSOR
JoyceVietzkeAllen
Luella Boonstra Boaz Beverly Baird Bugher
Wendy Rogers Farnsworth Dorothy Gardner Goodnough Cora Thomas Grossman Mary Lou Sears Haake Michelle Silkowski Hackett Jane Smith Hughes
Janet Tavemer Juckett Barbara Garrett Krause Nancy Cazier Meyer
Joyce Mendenhall Moore Marcia Jensen Nelson Wanda King Sabien Elizabeth Baxter Sullivan Joan Fetzer Wilks-Ahlstrand Marietta May Willman
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Tara Hanley Bratton
Virginia Colten-Bradley Elizabeth Martin Garrison
Mary McCallum Henrichs
Dora May Hildebrand Meredith Harriett Knapp Yinger
FRIEND
Karen Bearman
Mary Beth Hall Bernheisel Nancy Bardonner Bossert Melissa Mazelin Campbell Barbara Banks Gumey Kathryn Hendricks
Maryanna Overpeck Langley Holly Richards
Laura Thurmond Schellenhach Elizabeth Ayres Tucker Katrina Wahl
THETA BETA
Towson University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Kimberly Stanton Cammarata
FRIEND
Jackie Coulter
Chrissy Coward Duffy Niki Fourtinakis
Elise Gippetti
Holly Culhane Snyder
THETA CHI
Morningside College
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Heidi Pfeil Dougherty
FRIEND
Jamie Cornelia
Jamie Robeson Hacketi Sara Burkhart Hotchkiss Tracy Brown Jones
Julie Johnson Mills Penny Skauge
THETA ETA
University of Cincinnati
PEARL CLUB
Lou Anne Moon Bunnel
ROSE CLUB
Mary Light Meyer
Mary Jane Bailey W alewyk
WHEAT CLUB
Audrey Deas Kemper
Maxine Cooper McDowell
SPONSOR
Nancy Gaines Bernard Adelaide Krone Lloyd Ruth Buehler Maxson
THE LOYALTY FUND, AN ANNUAL CAMPAIGN FOR
ALPHA OMICRON PI FOUNDATION. AswecarryforwardthevisionandidealsofourFounders,wecultivatea sisterhood that encourages each AOI1 to be all she can be....through Foundation scholarships for higher education, funding for fraternity educational programs, and Ruby Fund grants for emergencies. Your gifts make this possible.
With your gifts, w e also offer support to the thousands o f individuals and their families living with arthritis and its complications, through grants for arthritis research and education.
Your unrestricted gifts to the Loyalty Fund each year allow the Foundation to direct support to emerging needs, new programs or areas of greatest need during the year. Please call the Foundation office with any questions, suggestions or comments. Thank you for your support this year.
Contributions or gifts to the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation are tax-deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.
TAU GAMMA
Eastern Washington
SPONSOR
University
Kristine Hanson Rouse
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Kristen Voelz Sutich
Maryanne Weatherill Wright
FRIEND
Amy Luberts Baker
TAU LAMBDA
Shippensburg
SPONSOR
University
Julie Kelly Horvath
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Karen Allen Anthony
Jodi Sponchiado
FRIEND
Anna Stupi Gosden Maria Fiseher High Karen Ochs Woodard
TAU OMEGA
Transylvania University
SPONSOR
Hope Hurst Lanham Natasa Pajic
Alison Redford Smiley
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Ginnia Bills
Melissa Keach Underwood
FRIEND
Allison Baker
Jayme Gower
Carla Hopkins
Cassie Jobe
Jennifer Davis Keefe Jeanne Appleman Kugler Katherine Lobe
Erica Martin
Lisa Merlo
Amy Musterman
Mary Kathryn Pendley Angela Rigsby Roberts Kristal Swim
Hope Tipton Karen Wall
TAU OMICRON
University of Tennessee Martin
WHEAT CLUB
Catherine Fontana Bascom
Leslee Donnell Renncr
SPONSOR
Glenda Householder Eastridge
Janet Hay Lyons
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Hope Parish Brazzell Janet Johns Moore Sandra Moss
Elesha Johnson Reid Karen Sanders
Cathy Strickland Vest
Rae Rogers
Elizabeth Francis Stillwell Virginia Bruce Wuenschel
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Lois Eberhard Brammer
FRIEND
Dorcas Meyer Morgan
THETA KAPPA
West Chester University
SPONSOR
Elizabeth Steele
THETA OMEGA
THETA PI
Wagner College
WHEAT CLUB
Barbara Noack Brubaker Beverly Fraser Dalzell Joan Errgong-Weider Victoria Sabbagh Menna Joanne Niebanck
Karen Olsen Peterson
SPONSOR
Gale Tollefsen Bellafiore Amy D'Alto
Ruth Healy Furhovden Patricia Hill Graeff Ethylee Wesselhoft Hetner Stephanie Jiannetto
Claire Eilenberger Kispert Kathy Perricone Kleinlein Carolyn McCabe Miller Bridget Pfeiffer Scan Ion Kay Kettering Welch
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jennifer Horan Jazmin
Virginia Minor
FRIEND
Kathryn Hume Arn
Barbara Bellesi
Kathryn Carlson
Elizabeth Malloy Hartell Suzanne Fitzpatrick Hooper Liza Kuchar
Karen Miklos
Joan Ritzheimer Munzing Dolores Hanley Navarino Ann Marie Pascarella
Mary Ellen Snyder Pollack Michele Sampson
Arlene Endee Towse Caryle Goldsack Woiahan
THETA PSI
University of Toledo
PEARL CLUB
Lois Zeigler Billig
ROSE CLUB
Beverly Hatcher
Wilma Diegelman Lupe Thelma Coen Waigand
WHEAT CLUB
Rebecca Braatz Bair
Helen Scheidler Benschoter Patricia MacDonald LeRoy Bonnie Kriener Mathies Maryhelen McMacken Meyers
SPONSOR
Ruth Wentisch Beglin Julie Szczechowski Ogle Diane Beckman Radbaugh
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Helen Dennett Baker Kelly Lang-Ramirez Janet Sutton Orlowski Kimberly Schaaf Karen Rudnicki Steele Melissa Tisi
FRIEND
Jenni Bair
Erin Barnaby Debbie Bensch
*Joan Sutton Busick Laurie Peterson French Abi Good Fry
Tracy Gust
Helen Hoel Hatcher
Virginia Peppers Hawkins
Jen Kerman
Bethany Kidd
Mary Lou Riendeau Leininger Amy Malaska Riley
Barbara Hiss Sanders
Joan Thieman
Sharon Thornsberry
Megan Wise
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WILL YOUR EMPLOYER MATCH YOUR GIFT?
Many corporations provide donors the opportunity to double or even triple the value of their gifts through a company matching gift program. Check with your employer and send in a matching gift form with your donation. Your company's match is credited toward your lifetime giving level!
>• HONOR & MEMORIAL GIFTS TO BE LISTED ON THE WEB.
Honor and memorial gifts totaling $21,500 were received during thefiscal year. Thankyou for these special tributes. Tribute gifts
will be posted on the Foundation web page beginning January I, 2004 and updated quarterly. You may make honor and memorial
gifts on our web page, using the Online Donations link.
THETA
DePauw
RUBY CLUB
Northern Arizona
RUBY CLUB
Kathryn Ann Jensen
ROSE CLUB
University
University
Ann McClanahan Gilchrist
Kay Hansen Sutherlin
PEARL CLUB
Sarah Dorman Bailey
ROSE CLUB
Marilyn Faris
Karen Krukowski Hickman Eunice Brumm Lanzl
Beth Behrendt Lundy Barbara Lesch McMillin Doris Roesner Southerland Marilyn Earle Thrall Harriett Dugan Veach
WHEAT CLUB
Diane Anderson
Marianna Hahl Beers Theodora Maytag Blumberg Kathryn Schwarz Colten Lenore Johnson Coon Catherine Davis Kennedy Jane Clements King
Barbara Cash LaVelle Marion Wrege May
Patricia J Mottweiler-Jenkins Helen Beaubien Porter
Jill Macey Bourns Shirley Hoffman Howell Debra Ladehoff-Guiles
SPONSOR
Stephanie Drees Fisher Nancy Wagoner Parker Patricia Phillips Piper Eileen Freeman Pleticha
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Dana Varbel Curtis Laura Roberts Keefe Kathryn Corzine Mi lien Lorraine Grant Rocha
FRIEND
Jane Haver Behrens Brooke Brady
Lindy Harrison
Colleen Heath
Brooke Green Holtzman Donna Love Keyes
Lisa Munch Kitlinski Julie Morgan
Patricia Morison-Holmes Betsy Mueller


UPSILON
University of
RUBY CLUB
Charme Campbell Hughes Jennifer Lynch
Phyllis Ocker
Anne Von Harten Pallinger Julie Pare'
Shirley Karvonen Sansbum Roberta Exley Swenson Zarina Chishti-Miller Westfall
FRIEND
Patricia Krier Anlrobus
Judith Ann Rumble Bergvall Barbara Hubert Couch Christine Severson Schaezlcin Joan Alexander Soderling
UPSILON ALPHA
UPSILON LAMBDA
Alyce Bassetl Schuldt Christine Kiplinger Wade Laura Scherff Waters
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Geraldine McGowan Frost Sheila Tate Garvey
Rene Milander Howard Helen Roode Krause
Julie McWilliams
Holly Thibaull Morgan
FRIEND
Sandra Whalen Aitro
Ashley Wittwer Armstrong Kathryn Rolfsmeier Baumbach Nikki Bruner
Andrea Deichert
Janice Benda Dlugosh
Rebecca Dole
Patricia Mulligan Downey Lara Duda
Emily Eisenhauer
Sandra Satrapu Freling
Donna Erdbruger George
Jeana Goosmann
Jennifer Grundman
Margaret Hagen Hanford Megan Heald
Diane Roberts Herrmann
Page Baumbach Holmes Angela Johnson
Muriel Hook Johnson
Maggan Kitten
Angela Kuhlman
Nancy Plock Lamberty
Jane Pratt Lefferdink
Patricia Jensen Marvin
Elinor Fidler Newman
Evelyn Obrist Newman
Janice Smith O'Donnell
Dee Maxon O'Meara Alison Palmer
Jenny Peterson
Jill Riley
Stephanie Schaefer Cindy Kloke Schmoker Mary Mulligan Shuey Alexia Mueller Soukup Katie Sup
Michelle Thorson Darlene Pothast Tomsik Angie Vinduska
Cami W acker
Janice Wagner West Nancy Davis Wolfe
ZETAKAPPA
Southwest Texas State University
Holli Franklin Parker Kristin Polilo Melissa Raney
Sejal Shah
Anne Marie Zana
Marianne Davies Carton Marilyn Rose Herman Reba Shannon Traber
PEARL CLUB
Kimberly Campbell HamilLon
Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins
ROSE CLUB
Mama Ellsperman BurkhalLer Kaihleen Oliver Busch
Ruth Hellenthal Oaughan
Joy Tollman Lashley
Elizabeth Bostic Muir
Leigh Perry
SPONSOR
Beth Herford Shadron
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Cynthia Sutton
Jennifer Stewart Wilson
FRIEND
Jennifer Montemayor
ZETA PSI
East Carolina
ROSE CLUB
University
Ann Schullz Pare
Susanne Mygatt Wakefield
WHEAT CLUB '
Patricia Guetlel Clifford Carmen Baker Gibbons Marcia Jacobson Holland Ruth Matson Matchette Kristen Wahlberg
Harriet Rowen Wolverton Janet Pond Wright
Susan Bayley Young
SPONSOR
PhD.
Jean Marcy Sells
PEARL CLUB
Washington
University
WHEAT CLUB
of Texas San
Antonio
Lincoln
Janice McCully Allen
Dawn Anderson
Patricia Kelsey Burg
Sheryll Schlegel Day-Stein Herberta Howe Gray
Priscilla Webber Hanawalt
Mary Belle Wickcrsham Niedermeier Dixie Fairless Rae
Belty Wright Wing
Gwenavere Wilburn Worrick
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Donna McNair Apple
Ann Brislawn Beardsley Barbara Harman Higinbotham Marolyn Morgan Hilberl
For the record:
Andrea Aubrey
Amanda Bishop
Jaime Childs
Susan Clausen
Chert Williams Cunningham Jennifer Davidson
Amy Dill
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/'/ Thankyou again to all our wonderful donors.
Christy Kiley
DeChelle Duran Summers
The Foundation fiscal year is July I - June 30. This donor
list includes only those Foundation gifts received between
July 1, 2002 and June 30. 2003. Contributions received after June 30, 2003 will be recognized in the 2003-04 annual report and donor list.
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REVENUES*
75% -Contributions
3 % -Sale of Merchandise (Net)
20% -Investment Income 1% -Miscellaneous
1% -In-Kind Income
Total Revenues
$475,182 18.848 125,693 4,780 5,166
5629,668
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University of
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Joanne Williamson Earls
SPONSOR
Cheryl Swanson Stephenson
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Robin Sprigg Ebert Alice Martin Elizabeth Mullican
FRIEND
Mary Gentry
Jennifer Husenita Doris Willets RudisiU Marion Virga Swaim
FOUNDATION 2002-2003
FINANCIAL
REPORT
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Contributions include a bequest in the the amount of $55,000
EXPENSES*
52%-Programs $277,812 18% -Management 95,537 30% -Fundraising 161,772
Total Expenses $535,121
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Unauditedfiguresfor reported fiscal year.


Alumnae News
[Idea Sharing]
What is the best reason to join your alumnae
Bucks County
The best reason to join our chapter would be because we all have so much in common, and get along so well together. It is as though we have known each other for- ever, when in fact, we are mosdy a group ofnew acquaintances.
Calgary
Membership has its privileges. It's an amaz- ing social network for alumnae of all ages. We are fun, friendly and fabulous.
Central NewJersey
The Central New Jersey Alumnae Chapter has many fun and phil- anthropic activities planned including a panty raid to collect underwear for a local women's shelter, and a goody bag meeting to put together treats for the collegians at Phi Beta. Our members feel that belonging to the chapter has helped them contin-
ue to grow and they are always reminded how strong the bonds of AOII really are.
Charleston
Our small chapter is blessed with sisters from all over the country, pursuing many different careers, and embracing all phases of life We encourage, congratulate,
and console each other. We enjoy each other and learn from each other. Because ofour small size, our get-togethers are laid- back and refreshing and there are plenty ofleader- ship opportunities!
Charlotte
One of the biggest reasons to be active in any AOII alumnae chapter is to maintain a connection to AOII long after the col- lege years have passed. However, one reason
to join the Chariotte Alumnae Chapter is
our continued commit- ment to philanthropies. Whether it is by providing school supplies to local children or volunteering for the annual Arthritis Foundation Joint Walk, our chapter is dedicated to philanthropy.
Chicago City
Some may say it's the food but it's really the friend- ship. Our membership
is comprised of a diverse group of fun and caring women whofinda way
to make a large city like Chicago seem smaller than it really is.
Chicago NW Suburban
If you enjoy eating and laughter which often accompanies this activ- ity, you will love Chicago Northwest Suburban Alumnae. Every year's activities seem to "focus
on food" and bring us together - hopefully, not to gain weight, but to share our sisterhood.
Chicago
South Suburban
The best reason to join the Chicago South Suburban Alumnae Chapter is that we love to have fun and we have a real spirit ofsisterhood! We have a very diverse group of ladies varying in ages, careers and inter- ests. We are in different stages of life, which helps each one of us learn from each other.
Chicago WestSuburban
We enjoy getting together for sisterhood and donat- ing to local charities. O u r meetings offer a variety
of activities from Ladies' Night Out, to guest speak- ers, to making bears to donate to a local fire/ paramedic department with dessert afterwards. Ifyou are an alumna in the west suburban area ofChicago, please come join us.
Cincinnati
We are celebrating our 75th anniversary this year and we have great events planned to celebrate!
Cleveland Area
Ifyou live in the eastern suburbs ofCleveland or
chapter?
Acadiana
(Formerly named Greater Lafayette AC) In our chapter, there is diversity in ages, back- grounds and levels of AOII involvement.
We have something for everyone.
Atlanta
We have the best Girls Night Out Program in
the Southeast. Women from across the state are hearing about our social events which occur one night each month during the academic year. Cost ranges from "free" to din- ner on your own ($15 - 30) depending on the event. Events average 18 - 25 sis- ters each month! We have a great time.
Baton Rouge
Our members are the
best reason. We are a fun- loving, dedicated, diverse group who enjoys each others company. We have good prc^ramming and are very democratic in
our calendar planning.
Birmingham
We are just getting started so we have lots ofnew ideas and are planning future activities. Join now and help decide what fun and unique activities we are going to do!
Bloomington- Normal
Fun, Sisterhood, Friendship - these are
the reasons to join the Bloomington/Normal Alumnae Chapter. W e make all ofour events a runtime. We laugh, we share the joys and disap- pointments in our lives. We support one another no matter what. Come and meet us and see why our sisters are truly family.
Bozeman
We try to provide a fun sisterhood type program at our meetings. Most of our members also serve on the AAC and Corp Board. We are careful to make sure that our alum- nae chapter meetings do not interfere with these meetings.
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downtown Cleveland, Denver Area. This diver- Ohio,youwillwantto sityallowsforavarietyof
Greater Lee County
We strive to get to know new and interesting women who are involved with their families, careers and community.
Greater Los Angeles
Our alumnae chapter is filled with a diverse group of AOIIs from across the country. We love sister- hood! W omen have devel- oped lifelong friendships as alumnae from our chapter. We truly care for one another and always recognize the needs of our sisters.
Greater Pinellas
Great AOII friendships are what we are all about. We meet monthly and only have one business meeting each year, the rest of the meetings are activitiesforus and/or
to be shared with our husbands, dates, and sometimes children. Our husbands have become friends and look forward to our activities. All of these special functions help us to get to know each other better and bring the members
closer together.
Greater Portland
The best reason to join our alumnae chapter is friendship and support. We are truly interested in each other and we truly support each other in good times and in trying times.
Houston
The best reason to join our chapter is the vast diversity of our members. The Houston chapter
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programming ideas.
Detroit
NSuburban
We have a variety of ages and interests repre- sented in our members. Our calendar of events reflects this with events ranging from a dinner out to painting pottery to a wine tasting.
FortLauderdale
We have a large chap-
terthatallowsustobe approximately700AOII
join the Cleveland Area Alumnae Chapter: l) to re-establish yourselfwith the sorority; 2) to find sisters you thought were lost; 2) to have a base
of new friends that will always be there for you; 3) to find helpful business contacts; 4) to leam new things; and 4) to just have fun and do good for your community.
Dallas
Baton Rouge Alumnae
Chapter
incredibly diverse. Our members range in age from recent graduates to 50+year members. Even though we have a large age span, we are fortunate to have programming that allows everyone to find something that they really enjoy doing.
Dayton
We have a real feeling of sisterhood among our members. Although we are very diverse in age and experiences, we truly enjoy each other's com- pany and enthusiastically extend this friendship to new members. When times get tough, we are thereforeach other with loving support
Denton County
The best reason to join our alumnae chapter is because we have a place for every AOII.
Denver Akunnae
Great networking! We have very interesting and diverse women in the
Alumna in a 50 mile radius in South Florida, yet the Ft. Lauderdale Alumnae Chapter has
40 active members. Wouldn't it be unbeliev- able to know all of these women, and use it as an opportunityfornetwork- ing, family support, and new friends! Ifyoulivein the area, please join us.
Grand Rapids
We are a diverse group of women who love to leam from others. All of us are hard working and very caring ladies who reach out a hand whenever it
is needed. We love to take time out to enjoy our sisterhood amongst the craziness of everyday life.
GreaterHarrisburg
Our diversity of age, experience, talents and interests makes for quite a dynamic group! From homemakers to corpo- rate executives...ages 21 to 87„.outgoing to laid back...we've got it all and would love to have you join us!
Philadelphia Alumnae Chapter
Interestingly, we have
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San Mateo
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has women from all age groups and from a broad range ofcareer choices, including stay-at-home- moms. Most of all these women have a wonderful enthusiasm for the bond ofour sisterhood that is the cornerstoneformak- ing our chapter grow and flourish!
Indianapolis
We are friendly, outgoing women who enjoy being with each other and meet- ing new members. We span the ages from retire- ment to recent graduates! We're just an all around fun group ofwomen to
be around!
Jersey Shore
We offer many opportu- nities for leadership and a great forum for new ideas to be heard and implemented.
Jonesboro
Why join the AOII Jonesboro Alumnae Chapter? Because it is all about fun and sisterhood! We are a diverse group of woman ofdifferent ages who enjoy one another's company. Connected by our love for AOII we par- ticipate in activities that help keep our sorority active in our community
and in our lives.
Kentucky Lakes
The interaction with
other area alumnae is the best reasonforjoining any alumnae chapter. AOII is for a lifetime!
Lake County of111
The best reason to
join the Lake County Alumnae Chapter is because we really like each other and we share a special sisterhood. Our chapter consists of members ofall ages and we try a wide variety of programs. Lake County Alumnae also love to reach out to help our community.
Las Vegas
The best reason to join our alumnae chapter
is that we have a lot of fun! We are a group composed ofmembers who are in various stages oftheir lives and have numerous interests and priorities. We enjoy getting together to paint pottery, leam from guest speakers, make beaded
necklaces, eat lunch or just enjoy conversation.
Lehigh Valley
One of the best reasons to join is that we are all dedicated to AOII and the ideals we all share! Plus we have fun!
Lexington
Our chapter has a great mix ofbusiness and plea- sure activities each year. We do our best to select events that will cater to
all types of ages as well as some events for families. We offer two events each month, from lunch to a special activity so there is hopefully a time for every- one to find time for AOII.
Little RockArea
By joining the Little Rock Alumnae Chapter you are given the opportunity
to meet women ofall ages, from all over the country, who share a love ofAOII. We have a wide variety of meetings from pot lucks to painting our own pot- tery. We have members who have been active in the group foryears!
Long Beach
The best reason to join our alumnae group is the women! Each sister brings great and wonderful qualities which allows
the others to leam, grow and share.
Long Island
Diversity. We are a mixed group. We are singles, mothers and grandmoth- ers. We are homemakers, students, career-oriented women and retirees.
We learn from each other. We have fun with each other. We are always look- ing for new ideas whether it is a craft, program, ser- vice to the community, or fund raiser. One thing we all agree on is that
we love to eat.
Macomb County
The women in our group are fun, intelligent and true AOII's in every aspect of the group. We work well together, and always find we love our AOII sisters.
Middle Georgia
We are a very diverse group. We have people from all over the Middle Georgia Area, that attend our meetings
and we always have a wonderful time.
Minneapolis/
St Paul
We offer something for everyone, young or old. Our most popular events are Founders' Day and Spring Luncheon which most people try to attend. Our events are a mixture ofweeknight and week- end activities, some of which involve working or learning things, some of which are university relat- ed, and some ofwhich are simply social. Variety is
the spice oflife!
Mobile
The best reason to join our alumnae chapter is we enjoy giving back to the local collegiate chap- ter, Gamma Delta. They are extremely enthusiastic about alumnae participa- tion and are continuously trying to find new ways
to include alumnae in collegiate activities. The bond the two chapters are cultivating is what makes alumnae come back
for more.
Montreal
Ours is a chapter with
a core ofdedicated and caring sisters. There is a real support system and sense of sisterhood. We enjoy each other's com- pany, yet are welcoming to newcomers. Whatever the occasion for getting
together, there is always good conversation and a feeling ofwarmth for one another.
Muncie
We enjoy providing sisterhood, community awareness, and service with support to a fantastic
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group ofyoung women in Kappa Kappa Chapter at Ball State U.
Napa Valley
We emphasize friend- ship, fun and the idea that AOII is really sister- hood for life. We have helped each other out in times of joy, death and emergencies. We feel comfortable in calling one another and saying can you help? No mat- ter how big or small the problem may be.
Nashville Area
New York
Capital Region
We are the only Alumnae Chapter in upstate New York. Our group is very diverse, easy-going, and welcoming. We offer a variety ofevents, some- thing for everyone. In addition, we are closely involved with two local collegiate chapters, Delta Psi and Sigma Chi.
New York
City Area
Our chapter is very diverse in age, hometown, background, and religion. We're busy women in
the busiest ofcities, but
tions, we have outstand- ing women willing to make AOII a part of their every day life.
NY/NJMetro
The New York/ New Jersey Metro Area Alumnae Chapter is a close-knit group, with
a genuine feeling of sisterhood. We have numerous and diverse events throughout the year including our annual bowling party to raise money for arthritis research, Founders' Day celebration, scrapbook nights, and coffee and dessert nights. We are always willing to try
was quickly solved when I discovered an AOII alum- nae chapterrighthere. I met a wonderful group of AOII sisters who became close friends and so can you. Diana Pilsworth, Beta Tau, U ofToronto.
Oxford
We are a relaxed bunch ofladies. Wehavefun doing our work and gain
a sisterhood experience
in the process. We have some new people in our group and it has been fun getting to know them. We have meetings at different times and places that is easy to adjust to our busy lifestyles. Also, we plan
interests ofour diverse membership. Our mem- bers cover a broad range ofvocations, from nurses and accountants, to law- yers and at-home moms. At every event there's someone to talk to about tax deductions, diapers, politics, or hot new restau- rants. We're also proud that two ofour members hold offices on AOII's Executive Board.
Phoenix
In an area as large as met- ropolitan Phoenix, our alumnae chapter offers sisters the opportunity
to re-connect with old
The Nashville Area Alumnae Chapter is a
friends, support each womenwhocometogeth- wealwaysmaketimeat newideasformeetings, activitiesthatpromote otherintimesofneed,
very diverse group of
er to celebrate life and sisterhood in AOII. We also remember that we are a part of something greater than our local chapter. For example, oneofoureducational events this past year was held in celebration of
the Canadian holiday Victoria Day. Our mem- bers met to share our feel- ings about the bonding power ofRitual.
New Orleans Area
We are a great group of women from diverse age groups, backgrounds and many different col- legiate chapters. We have several different types of events sched- uled throughout the year, movie nights, exer- cise nights, lunches, etc. We are even getting a team together to walk in a 10K this spring. The best thing about our chapter is we enjoy each other's company and
we spend a lot of time laughing together.
least once a month to get together with our sisters.
Northern Kentucky
The best reason to join
including a gatherings where we learn how to make new foods or tak- ing tours of local area points of interest. We enjoy spending time
us getting to know each other/sisterhood, at the same time. We have fun!
and form lasting relation- ships with people from all over the country.
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We carry on the continu- We are a diverse group simplystated"AOIIisfora togetheranditshows. ingloveofAOIIsisters withage,geography,and
our alumnae chapter is
lifetime." Joining an alum- nae chapter helps to keep that bond of sisterhood strong; I feel it reminds
us ofwhy we first became an AOII.
Northern Virginia
We have women from
all over the country from over 50 different chapters and women in lots ofdif- ferent career paths. Our members include a Past International President,
a Past VP Finance, many Rose Award Winners, a chapter advisor award winner, lots ofwomen
that have served AOII in various volunteer posi- tions, and we have been
a DSA chapter for many years. Aside from all of our awards women that have held these great posi-
Orlando Area
The best reason to
join the Orlando Area Alumnae Chapter is for the people. Most of our members met when the first arrived in Central Florida and have been friends for over 20 years. However, we also have new members who are just starting their life-long friendships. We have a great time together, have fun activities for all ages, and we really prove that AOII is for a lifetime.
Ottawa
Why should someone join our alumnae chap- ter? Thirty-four years ago, my husband was trans- ferred to Ottawa, Ontario. I didn't know a soul in Ottawa! But that problem
and enjoy getting together despite the variety ofages in the group.
PaloAko
Our members enjoy long- standing friendships. We are a happy group who warmly welcome any and all AOIIs to join us. We offer a program that has
a good variety ofevents, mixing collegiate support, philanthropy and social functions.
interests, so we try to implement activities for our whole group. This year we are doing every- thing from cooking, hock- ey game, book club, social gatherings and ofcourse helping our collegiate chapter, Epsilson Chi. We plan fun things for all!
Rockford
Friendship is always the best reason. Sorority events are timeless. Although from different
generations, everything is
built on the same founda- tion. Sharing our lives as AOIIs is a great reason to join our chapter.
SaltLake City
We are a new chapter looking to make friend- ships with other AOIIs. All of the SLC Sisters
Palm Beach County Piedmont, NC
Palouse Washington
We strive to make our friendship and sisterhood the important part of
our group.
Philadelphia
Our programs offer a range ofactivities that appeal to the varied


are from chapters all over the USA.
San Antonio
We recolonized in fall 2001, so, things are going up from here. Joining our alumnae chapter would just make us grow stronger &make us a bigger chapter.
San Diego
The San Diego Alumnae Chapter is composed of AOIIs from collegiate chapters across the con- tinent, of various ages, interests and professions. What we share in AOII brings and holds us together. And together, we workforour com- munity, careforone another, pursue common interests, leam from one another, and have fun!
San Fernando Valley
This coming year, we will be creating a new feel for the women involved with the SFV AOII Alumnae Chapter by branching out to include all members and their friends and/or family via innovative ideas and gatherings. We are planning to have a little something for everyone from the work- ing woman to the stay- at-home mom and those in between.
San Jose
Our chapter offers diver- sity among our members (wide age range, hobbies, networking and families) and great activities.
Sarasota Area
Fun! Fun! Fun! We have such a diverse age group and so many AOIIs
from different areas of the country. We have a lot of fun and enjoy our time together. We have fabulous events planned this year including our new community service activities.
Savannah
We are a new Chapter. Help us build it from the ground up. We encour- age any AOII in the Savannah area to join our chapter for fun and friendship.
South Bay/
Palos Verdes
Our alumnae chapter has strong officers dedi- cated to the success of AOII and our local chap- ter. We are a fun group of professional woman who enjoy meeting and networking.
need, have fun activi-
ties for members, their friends and families, and work together with local charities to make a differ- ence in Southern Orange County, California.
St Louis
There is not a collegiate AOII chapter in St. Louis, so the majority ofour members have moved here from other regions of the country. Each new member that comes in
is so excited to be here, and to fit in with a group where they may other- wise not have known any- one. It'ssomuchfunto hear stories from recent graduates as well as 50+ year members about
their different collegiate chapters. It makes us realize how times have changed, and how things change from one school to another.
Suburban
chapter we were initiated and active with during our collegiate years, we enjoy each other's com- pany. We lead very busy lives and it is a refreshing experience to meet up each month with our sis- ters and share our lives. We make new friends, see our old friends and share our professional and personal lives with each other.
Toledo Area
The Toledo Area Alumnae Chapter is made up an outstanding group of women who arecommittedtoexcel- lent programming, fun. and sisterhood. There is always someone to lean on, someone to share with, and someone to depend on!
Topeka-Lawrence
We are a group that has been establishedfora long time. We have a variety of different types, we come from many places, and any one can fit in well!
Toronto Area
We are a group that holds fun events which appeal to different age groups. We also don't expect a big time com- mitment which new alumnae usually fear.
Triangle
The Triangle Alumnae Chapter has many rea- sons to join our chapter, but the main reason
is that it is a great way
to stay in touch with AOII's throughout the Triangle area. We have a wide range ofactivities
to do through the year; lunches, craft nights, din- ners out, or the holiday ornament exchange. W e also have diverse chapter members young and old as well as from the north, east, south, and west.
Vancouver
The sisters in our alum- nae chapter genuinely enjoy one another and we have fun in whatever we do!
Ventura County
We have a true sister- hood: a very supportive and friendly group of women. We work to include new women
in the group and make them feel welcome and valued.
Williamsburg
We're an outstanding example of renewing the friendship of AOII! Our chapter, though rela- tively small, is a diverse group of women that simply enjoy each other's company. We focus on friendship and fun!
Winston-Salem
We are a small but close- knit group who are estab- lishing close supportive friendships.
Join our chapterfor
fun and friendship!"
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Maryland Southern Delaware First andforemost,AOII
Our chapter is very diverse. Many of
our sisters are from chapters all over. And even though we all have different backgrounds, our bond to AOII links us together. Lastly, our members know that AOII is for a lifetime and that's the true meaning of sisterhood.
Southern Orange County
Sisterhood is what we are about. We are a car- ing, multi-generational group of women who support each other in
is for a lifetime. Much like our four Founders, SMAC is an incredibly diverse group ofwomen. We are all professional women, with a wide vari- ety of careers. Because we are from many differ- ent collegiate chapters, we bring many perspec- tives to our group. This enables more creativity when it comes to pro- gramming, recruitment, fund raising and philan- thropy.
Tampa Bay
We are a group of diverse women who all share one common bond: AOII.
It doesn't matter which


Collegiate News
Describe your
chapter's most fun social event
held for AOII sisters only.
wonderful event. AOII members all the way back from the class of 1943 up to the newest members, were here to join in the festivities. The weekend started with a Homecoming parade, football game, open house for any AOII alumnae and on Sunday the members shared Ritual with the alumnae watching. After Ritual we had a huge brunch where we all got to mingle and exchange stories of our time here at the house. We sang
songs, showed our Recruitment video, and showed the alumnae how proudweareto
be Alpha Phis and all the great things we are doing. It was neat to hear how much things have changed over
the years, while many traditions of AOII still remain the same. We all have a special bond and it was truly seen through the smiles, laughs, hugs,
and tears ofhappiness shown by each member this weekend.
Alpha Psi
BowlingGreenStU
Inordertobuildfriend- ships, we have started a "talent competition". This "competition" had a twist though, as it involves
the wackiest outfits imaginable, makeup, dancing, and our favor- ite-yodeling. This event washeld at a perfect time for new members
to begin their bonding as
soon-to-be initiated mem- bers. It gave them lasting laughs and memories to make them feel right at home as our new pandas.
Alpha Theta
Coe College
For Halloween our social and philanthropy chair- men planned a great Halloween activity. They sent out fliers to one of the sisters neighborhoods and we went Trick-or-Treating for itemsfora local wom- en's shelter. Following
this we had a Halloween party at the sister's house in the neighborhood where we Treat-or-Treated. Itwassomuchfun.wegot tons of food and candy because the community really responded, and we strengthened our sister- hood while helping others.
Beta Phi
Indiana U
We had a sisterhood retreat in the spring soon after our new member class was initiated. We made jewelry for one another, traded stories and embarrassing moments, and all worked togetheronacreative efforttopersonalize
our chapter house and celebrate the events and values that make us proud to be AOIIs. It was terrific because it helped the older pledge classes get to know the new initiates, and we had a
tangible result to show off at the end ofthe day!
Beta Tau
U ofToronto
Last October we had our second annual family Thanksgiving "meet and greet". On this night we get together as a chapter and cook an elaborate dinnerforour families. We all invite our parents, siblings or others who are close to us to eat dinner with our chapter and meet everyone. It has been a great success and
great fun for everyone.
Chi Delta
U of Colorado
Our chapter thoroughly enjoys our sisterhood retreats. We leave campusforan evening and get to know each other better through games and firesides. It is a great way for the older members to meet some of the younger members andforeveryone to reflect on why our chap- ter is so important to us.
ChiEpsilon
The Ohio State U
We are having a hand- cuffparty, which is new to most of the girls. Each sister gives a possible list of dates, and the others try and find her one
- but she is not allowed to know who until the night ofthe party. The dates are revealed shortly before the party, and the sisters are handcuffed to theirdatesforthe rest of the night.
Alpha Chi
Western Kentucky U
The Alpha Chi Chapter of AOII devotes itselfto hav- ing fun in various social activities. Our monthly sisterhood events give
the sisters a chance to get togetherforafewhoursof fun and relaxation. Some sisterhood events have included movie night, painting pottery, and attending WKU sporting events together.
Alpha Delta
U ofAlabama
During Recruitment workshop once a year, we have a Bring Your Own Banana party. Halfway through workshop, we take a break to have an ice cream sundae social to relaxandenjoyhanging outwithoursisters. We also take that time to elect the "Recruitment Queen." This award is presented
to the girl who works the
hardest and has the best attitude. This improves the morale for our chapter and also encourages everyone to do their best during recruitment!
Alpha Lambda
Georgia Southern U
Last Fall, Alpha Lambda went to the Man Center in Statesboro, GA for
a retreat and had a
blast. At the Man Center, we ate dinner together,hadourweekly meeting, and then we divided into groups by age to perform funny dances to songs we made up. Later, we played catch the flag, fresh- men and sophomores against juniors and seniors. That was an interesting sight, all the
giris trying to catch each other, while looking for a flag in the pitch dark. Finally, we had snacks and our bonding time where we got to know each other on a more sisterlylevel. Thatnight wastrulyafunfilledeve- ning full of Alpha Love!
Alpha Phi
Montana State U
Our Alumnae Brunch! On October 6,2002 Alpha Phi Chapter celebrated our 85th year here on the MSU campus and it was a
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CM Lambda
U ofEvansville
One of the most enjoy- able times for our sisters is during our sisterhood retreat at Camp Carson. It is a chance for us to rekindle our bond after the summer. Fun activi- ties, making banners, and s'mores at the bonfire help to give us a time to enjoy, relax and have fun together as sisters before we stan Fall Recruitment.
ChiPsi
CA Polytechnic St. U
The girls of Chi Psi Chapter will find any excuse in the book to hang out together! At the beginningoftheyear,we made it a weekly ritual to go to the San Luis Obispo Farmer's Market, to
show offour letters! We were even in a TV com- mercial for the local WB affiliate. Yes, wherever you look, you can find the AOIIsofCHI PSI!
ChiTheta
Northeastern St U
Immediately, we think of the Glow Bowl sisterhood wehadlastfall. Itwas
a blast! We all met in the University Center Basement, which has a bowling alley, and got to express ourselves on our shirts (and on our sisters')
with hi-liters.
Delta
Tufts U
Every fall we hold a sisters' retreat where sisters can take a break from the hectic pace of life on campus and spend some time reconnecting with each other.
Delta Delta
Auburn IJ
This fall, the Auburn chapter began a new
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activity, which we call Delta Delta Dinners. Every Thursday night, the sisters are split up into several small groups, and each group goes out to eat at a different restaurant. Girls are put into different
groups every week, to allow them to spend time with as many sisters as possible over the course of the semester. The dinners give members the chance to talk with fellow AOIIs other than their closest friends and allow these girls to get to know each other on a more personal level, which can be chal- lenging for a large chapter. The dinners have proven especially helpful in allowingnewmembers
to meet older sisters and make them feel at home in Delta Delta.
DekaEpsilon
Jacksonville St. U
Our chapter's most fun social event held just for sisters would have to be our sisterhood retreats. Sisterhood is a time for all of our members to come together and be ourselves. We can act crazy together playing differentgamessuchas, "I Love My Sister Who." It is also a time for all of us to sit down and speak to one another heart to heart during "passing the
candle." Sisterhood is the time that we can look back and laugh at the times that we have cried, and cry at the times that we have laughed.
Delta Omega
Murray State U
Our most fun social event at Delta Omega is our chapter retreat. We spend time not only getting to know other sisters better but we get a chance to bond with our new girls. Chapterretreatisputon
by the chapter relations committee. We do the fall retreat the weekend that we have initiation. Retreat is a time for sisters to reflect on why we chose AOII, what it means to
us, and what we are really getting out of it.
Delta Pi
Central Missouri St U
One ofour sisterhood events was our Panda Sisterhood. Inuring our Fall 2002 recruitment
we had a philanthropy day where we had the potential members decorate baby tees. We let the baby tees dry and then put them on stuffed pandas. Afterrecruit- ment and receiving our new members, our first sisterhood was to take
the pandas to the local communityhospital. Is was a very good feeling to be able to talk to the sick kids and elderly and see- ing them smile when they received the panda bears saying "get well soon" on them. After going to the hospital we all watched
a movie together. Our new members really enjoyed the experience, andstartedrealizingwhat sisterhood was all about.
Delta Psi
State U ofNew York
Our favorite time is whenwegettogether on Sundays and have an AOII movie night.
It gives us lime to get together and relax and not worry about school.
Delta Rho
DePaulU
The Halloween festival is our best social event. It is held in the town square of the North Center Chamber ofCommerce. The Halloween festival isanalternativetoa
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Children's Halloween party. In the square the AOIIs dress in letters
and costumes and are there to help with the children's games. There is a costume contestforthe best children's costume,
a boothforface painting, and a farmers market. We love distributing treats to all the winners. This is our chapters best event because it is a safe alter- native for children living in Chicago to participate in Halloween festivities
Delta Sigma
San Jose State U
There are so many great things that our sisters
here at Delta Sigma do together, but we'll narrow it down to two. Our house retreat was awesome this year. We really focused on sisterhood and getting to know each other better. The girls in this chapter are so diverse and have so much to offer that it was interesting to find out new things about each sister. We also had a car wash fund raiser which was a blast. It was a day filled with sisterhood, fun, and a few water fights here and there. All ofthe girls were here and it was a gorgeous day, and we did so well! So many people in the Greek system came out and supported us. It was awesome!
Delta Theta
Texas Women's U
Everyone got together to go bowling with an 8o's retro theme. We all dressed up really goofy, and it gave us a chance to get to know each other better.
Delta Upsilon
DukelJ
We hold a date function, "Polyester Prom," where each girl and her date dress up in their, or their parents', favorite bell-bot- tomed, plaid, patterned, polyester outfit. The outfits are a riot and the date function always a ton offun.
Epsilon
Cornell U
Epsilon Chapter holds
a number of sister-only events throughout
the course ofthe year. Recently, we have had such events as movie nights, bowling trips, and family dinners, where sisters meetfora special dinner at the house. In the spring, we have a lineage party, where new sisters and their lineages gather for snacks and socializing at the house. In our house, we have a "family tree" where all ofthe lineages are listed Each sister's name is on a leaf and at the spring lineage party, new sisters add their leaf to their lineage's branch. All of these events give sisters a chance to talk and enjoy each other's company.
Epsilon Alpha
Pennsylvania St U
Our best sisterhood social activity of the
year is when we all
get together at a local park for a picnic lunch and then play different games that our chapter relations chairman plans for us to do. It is a great time for everyone to bond and catch up from the summer.
Epsilon Gamma
U ofNorthern CO
Each Spring the Chapter
RelationsChairman plans our big chapter retreat. This is a time
for all of us to get away from campus for a night without any worries. We spend time getting to know each other better, playing games and talk- ing. We also take the time to start working on little things for recruit- ment in the fall like nam- etags and decorations.
Epsilon Sigma
QuincyU
For last year's philan- thropy event, the sisters
of Epsilon Sigma Chapter put together a Rock-A- Thon. In this event each sister had to get pledges from family, friends, and localcommunity. At
that point we rocked for twenty-four hours straight to raise money for arthri- tis research. It was a major success and fun was had by all.
Gamma
U of Maine
Our best sisters only event was our scavenger hunt during our sister retreat. We separated into several groups and had to go all over town and have our pictures taken next to specific landmarks and find objects on our list. The first group to return back with all ofthe men- tioned items and pictures was the winner.
Gamma Alpha
George Mason U
Every semester Gamma Alpha hosts a Big Sis/ Little Sis Dinner at a sister's house. Big sisters and little sisters provide the food, each pair bringingtheirfavorite dish to share with the chapter. BigSis/LittleSis Dinner gives the chapter
achancetobondover delicious food, engage
in pleasant conversation with sisters, and enjoy the beauty ofsisterhood
Gamma Chi
CarletonU
Sisters' Night-Ins have con- tained some of the most memorable moments for our chapter. All collegiate members are asked to convene at a designated sister's house where we light candles, eat food watchmovies,make
crafts, and simply relish in the fact that we are all tied together by the bonds ofAOII. These nights are filled with laughter and tears as the women in our sorority talk and socialize withoneanotherabout our pasts and futures.
It truly is one ofthe great chances to observe
how we have all come
to be sisters.
Gamma Oimcron
U ofFlorida
Gamma Omicron's VPCR invited a hypno- tist to perform for us as a sisterhood activity. We watched step-by-step
as he worked his magic and turned some skepti- cal women into foolish acting zombies. We had a Britany Spears imper- sonation, a couple race car drivers, and a couple of martians speaking their native tongue. We had a great time reveal- ing some of our sisters' hidden talents!
Gamma Sigma
Georgia State U
The Gamma Sigma sisters enjoyed our recruitment workshops over the summer. Wereallygrew closer as a chapter and enjoyedspendingtime
withoneanother. Our sisterhood grew with every workshop we attended
Gamma Theta
U ofSouth Florida
Gamma Theta's favorite social event is Woodser. Held every year in the fall the chapter gets together to eat barbecue, go on hayrides, dance, and make s'mores. Sisters wear cowboy hats and overalls and enjoy the cool fall weather and eachother. Usually
held on a farm, Gamma Theta goes all out for this country themed event.
lota Chi
U ofWestern Ontario
EveryfallthesistersofIota Chi take an afternoon trip out of the city to go horseback riding. This is always a fun afternoon of fresh air and laughs.
lota Sigma
Iowa State U
This year, we had a day to decorate our house with holiday decorations. This gave sisters a chance to collaborate ideas and show some pride in the way our house looked in this past holiday season!
Kappa Alpha
Indiana State U
Last September we held an Ice Cream Social.
We all met in our main suite and made our own sundaes and just bonded with each other and had sisterhood time. It was a lot offun.
Kappa Chi
Northwestern St U
Ourmostfunsocialis our Kiss Party which we haveeveryspring.Weall
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get to invite 3 guys and they get a general invita- tion saying that an AOII requests their presence at the party. When they get there, they have to write down the name of the girl they think invited them. The girl who gets guessed the most times becomes the Kiss Queen and the guy who gets invited the most becomes Kiss King.
Kappa Kappa
Ball State U
Though it is hard to choose only one event, the best this year has been
a social themed, "Movie Madness". Everyone came dressed as their favorite movie star. The night was a lot of fun and consisted of time well spent with sisters.
Kappa Lambda
U of Calgary
Our most fun social event is our Santa Philanthropy. Allgirls dress as elves and one dresses at Santa. W e sell "Pictures With Santa" as a fund raiser for arthritis research.
Kappa Omega
U ofKentucky
Kappa Omega's favorite AOII sister only event this year was our Bid Day celebration. After a long hard week it was time to celebrate! The afternoon started offwith our 51 fabulous new members walking across campus screaming AOII cheers. Once they arrived at the house they receives a Panda Pal, an initiated member who keeps in touch with them the
first two weeks ofschool, they took pictures and mingled with the chapter. We ate lunch and then took our Panda Pals
back to their dorms so they could change before we went COSMIC BOWLING! WhataBlast! Itwasa wonderful icebreaker. The fun and hilarity helped make them feel welcome and part of our sisterhood. The remainder of the day was spent hanging out and playing games to learn each other's names. The whole day was AOII sisters only and it showed our new members how strong our bond is.
Kappa Sigma
U ofWisconsin-River
Falls
Kappa Sigma loves night four of recruitment because it gives us a chance to sit down and have a social that is for AOIIsonly. Ournew recruits make the night
that much more special because it is their first real opportunity to see AOII from the inside as well as the outside. This year Kappa Sigma spent Bid Night at the UW River Falls Amphitheater where we
ate pizza and made s'mores around a bonfire. W e
also played an ice breaker/ getting-to-know-you game. Each sister and new recruit takes a "scarf" of toilet paper and then the fun begins. Each piece of the toilet paper scarfrepresents one fact you share with the group. These facts can
be anything from favorite colors, to family, to pets, to why you picked AOII, to living space, literally every- thing from soup to nuts. Every fifth person our group would stop and leam a song so that by the end of the night not only did Kappa Sigma have a bond ofknowl- edge, we also had a bond
of sisterhood from singing "Epsilon Chapter Song", "Red Rose", "AO-Cutie Pi", and 'Tlaming Alpha."
Southeastern LA U
Our formal would definitely be the most fun, because it is a chance
to unite new members, initiates and alumnae.
All of the new members wear white gowns while they are presented by their fathers or dates. This also gives the chapter
the chance to welcome
all these outstanding sisters into our chapter.
It is definitely the most memorable event for the sisters of Kappa Tau.
Lambda Beta
CA St. U-Long Beach
For our first sisterhood this semester we decided to decorate our own chairs for meeting. We bought paint, material, glitter, and puffy paints and decorated our own chairs however we want- ed. We got the idea from one ofour alumnae from Kentucky. It solved our chair shortage, and each sister is now responsible for her own chair.
Lambda Chi
! LaGrange College Our annual Rose ball
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is held each spring. This is the big formal that we have each year, and is for sisters and alumnae only. We all get together and eat and dance the night away.
Lambda Eta
GrandValley St.LT
Each semester we have a Chapter Relations retreat where we all spend the weekend away from
the house and college campus getting to know each other better through sisterly games and activi- ties. During this weekend we also try to have a time where we all discuss and
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have activities based around Ritual. This is a great bonding experience for our chapter.
Lambda Omicron
Cumbeiland U
The most fun event we heldlastyearwouldhave to be the AOIIformal.It was an awesome night and we all got excited about dressing up. We were also fortunate to have some of our AAC members and alumnae there along with parents and dates showing their support to Lambda Omicron. It was also a celebration of an awe- some semester, of not only doubling the size of the chapter but having smooth officer elections, where the slate passed the first time through and all officers were filled as specified by the chapter structure.
Lambda Sigma
U of Georgia
Every Christmas, we
get together to decorate the whole house and decorated gingerbread houses. Together, we string the lights and hang the stockings.
We also all partake in
a chapter wide secret Santa, where we secretly exchange gifts. We then invite our mothers to comeupandvisitfortea that weekend. It is so fun because everyone is in a great mood and wanting to share AOII love.
Lambda Tau
U ofLAatMonroe
For the past two years we have held our fall party themed "Tacky Prom". Each member dresses in the tackiest apparel and attends the party.
Rollins College
Our fell retreat was a huge success! We all had so much fun together sharingsecretsandvent- ing any frustrations we may have had so far this semester. Itreallyhelped to bring us closer together.
Nu Beta
U ofMississippi
Every year at the begin- ning of December we hold a Big Sis' Lil' Sis' Christmas party where
we all get together, make ginger bread houses and decorate the house for the holiday season.
Mi lota
Northern Illinois U
Our semi-formal this year was awesome, almost the entire chapter attended! Itwas aMardiGras themewhichmadefora fun event.
Nu Omicron
V anderbiltU
Our chapter retreat was truly an experience to rememberforthe Nu Omicron Chapter. Over 40 girls spent the night at the Levenwood Retreat Center in Tennessee, enjoying the rustic lodge settingfortwo days of bonding and fun. After a hilarious lip-syncing con- testfeaturingMadonna and the Backstreet Boys, the sisters went outside
to make s'mores over the bonfire and listen to the seniors share their favorite memories from AOII. After many stories, a few tears and a lot oflaughing, the sisters finished the night with movies and a slumber party. Saturday brought a true test of Alpha Omicron Pi sister- hood with a ropes course and team building activi-
ties, and the sisters passed with flying colors. It was truly a bonding experi- enceforthe sisters ofthe Nu Omicron Chapter.
Omega
Miami U
TheOmegaChapterof Alpha Omicron Pi holds its annual A-O-Pirate party every spring. Members in every class get dressed up in eye patches fishnets and
red pirate gear before boarding ariverboatin downtown Cincinnati. Each year a Pirate and Skipper are voted on, and each senior girl tries to encourage the chapter to voteforher date to be that year's pirate. After all the excitement ofpreparing for the event the Omegas and their dates set off on a 4-hourriverboatcruise along the Ohio River.
Omega Omicron
LambuthU
One of the new events Omega Omicron has, just for our sisters, occurs right after we
get our new members. In order to get to know the new girls we have come up with the idea of having individual class parties with dif- ferent themes. This is where the sophomores, for example, had "Sophomore Salsa" with a Mexican theme. The juniors had "Junior Junk food," with a junk food theme, and the seniors had "Senior Sundays," with an ice-cream theme. This was a great way for
each individual class in Omega Omicron to get to know the new girls.
Omega Upsilon
OhioU
One night at the begin- ning of the quarter
we held an "AOII drive-inmovie". We projected a movie onto the outside of our house andgirlsbroughttheir chairs out to the park- ing lot to watch. We ate popcorn and candy, and pretended we were at a real old time drive in movie theater.
Omicron
U ofTennessee
Our chapter held a fun Senior/Freshman mixer at one of the Senior sister's houses.
Phi Beta
East Stroudsburg U
We have sisterhood socials every week. We love to get together to watch favorite television shows, give each other manicures and pedi- cures, work on com- munity service projects and try to get together with other AOIIs from different colleges and universities.
Phi Chi
U of Chicago
We had a Mardis Gras pot-luck dinner that was a blast. Each sister brought a different dish to share, we wore beads and just enjoyed each other's company in a relaxed environment.
Phi Sigma
U ofNebraska- Kearney
Phi Sigma loves sister- hood! Fun, food and entertainment are some of the highlights of all our events. Sisterhood retreats are among the top social events held
for AOII sisters. These retreats feature activities that enable us to get to know our sisters better, trust games that test our faithineachother,and teamwork activities.
PiAlpha
U ofLouisville
Pi Alpha's CR Retreats
are always an exciting time. It is one of our only events that only AOIIs can attend. This past
CR retreat we had it at a sister's house. While at retreat we helped plan
for our PR blitz coming up in January. Since the CR retreat was around Halloween time we all painted pumpkins and filled bags of candy for
a local charity. To end
the night we all gathered around in front of the
TV. and watched scary movies. The next morn- ing everyone left happy with how things went, and realizing how strong the sisterhood at Pi Alpha really is.
PiDeha
U of Maryland
A social event that the sisters really enjoyed was our bid day. When the new girls come down to the house, the energy was already so high that itwas easy to gorightinto a social setting. We had dinner with the new girls and then did different activities with them so that we could start to get to know them better.
Rho Delta
SamfordU
The sisters ofRho Delta had an opportunity to visit Zoo Atlanta for
our annual sisterhood retreat. Zoo Atlanta had a special exhibit featuring
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none other than our mas- cot, the panda. Sisters had a chance to tour the zoo and raid the panda gift shop. Then, it was offto Hard Rock Cafe for fun times and good food. Overall, the sisterhood retreat was a day of laugh- ing, fun-filled memories, and of course pandas!!
Rho Omicmn
Middle TN State U
In September, we had
a sisterhood retreat in Gatlinburg, TN. The older members had their retreat the same weekend that the new members had theirs. While we did not stay together, we all went ice-skating together for a few hours. We all had a blast and it was
a great way for us all to
get to know each other
a little better. On the older member retreat
we played a few games such as "AOII win-lose- or-draw" and we did a craft where someone else makes a collage about you and then presents
it to everyone. We also
had alotoftimetojust spend with one another. On the last night we were there we did a "pass the candle" event. During this time we passed a candle around a circle and each person got a chance to
say whatever they wanted to say. It was a wonderful bonding experience for all ofus.
Sigma
UofCA-Berkeley
Sigma Chapter salutes Alumnae Relations Chairman Claire Wineman for her efforts in planning and arrangingatrulymemo- rable Alumnae Dinner in October! We have
been making a stronger attempt to reach out to our alumnae because we know how valuable they are to our chapter. Many alumnae attended the wonderful dinner and we had a record number of women who graduated last year! We want to extendour thanksto
each alumna who was gracious enough to visit our chapter. We enjoyed learning about your families and careers and what you have accom- plished since finishing college. Sigma Chapter also hopes that you were impressed with the qual- ity ofthe women in our chapter and loved reading Sigma Express, our chap- ter newsletter!
Sigma Alpha
W e s t V i r g i n i a U
This year our best social event so far has been
Bid Day. It was a great day for the sisters and new members. This year we went to a private golf course which one of our sister's aunt owns. It was a great time for everyone involved. We put on skits and played games for everyone to get to know each other. It was a great building experience.
Sigma Chi
Hartwick College
We had our annual Halloween Haunted House, in which we all dressed up and partici- pated. We transformed our chapter house (which used to be a funeral home in the early 1900's) into a spooky form of its original state and invited the campus and community forascare.
Sigma Omicron
Arkansas State U
The Sigma Omicron's most fun social event held for AOII sisters only is our "milkshakes and make- overs" sisterhood. At this event, a representative from Clinique cosmetics, who isanAOIIalumna, visits our suite and gives our members and new membersfreemake-overs as well as an opportunity to purchase make-up. At this event we of course
make our favorite flavor milkshakes too.
Sigma Phi
CAStU-Northridge
Our most fun social event was our sisterhood bonfire last spring. On that Friday night we took a bus down to Huntington B e a c h w h e r e we w r a p p e d ourselves in blankets and roasted marshmallows over an open fire. We sang our songs, ordered pizza, played games and took lots of pictures! It was a great chance for the members to bond with the new members.
Sigma Rho
Slippery Rock U
The most fun social
event that the Sigma Rho Chapter participated
in was a fund raiser to Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio. There, we worked in a haunted house called the Pharaoh's Secret. W e
got to scare many people - some more than others. It was fun getting to meet fraternity boys from other colleges, who alternated shifts with us. We also
got to ride the rides when wewereonourbreaks, usually every other two hours or so. We got a bonus at the end for making the haunted house so much fun,
and now we're finally out of debt! This was a great chance for our sisters to bond.
Sigma Tau
Washington College
Last sem ester we tried a few new ways to raise money for our philanthropy, and one of them was an event we called Pie in the Face. W e had a stand with holes cut out for the sisters to put their faces as targets for the pie tossings. We had so much fun with the event as people would pay to throw a pie at any sister that they chose. It was a great event that definitely
generated a lot of fun memories and raised a great deal of money for arthritis research, as well.
Tau
U of Minnesota
This year one of our great AOII only events was Bid Day. Involving limos, decorating the house with our Pretty Princess theme and many photographs,
our newest members were welcomed home to AOII. After a get-to- know-you introduction circle, our picnic with pictures, food and refreshments at Lake Calhoun overlooking the Minneapolis sky- line,wason. Wethen returned to the house to have a fun time with Pass the Panda so that
both initiated and new members could tell each other what our favorite time during recruitment was. BothBidDayand recruitment this year were a great success.
Tau Delta
Birmingham So. College
Last year, our chapter recently welcomed twenty-one new members on our campus's Bid Day with a Barbecue dinner and a trip to the skating rink. Members new and old enjoyed getting to know each other and sharing laughs while trying to
remember how to skate!
Tau Lambda
Shippensburg U
Our chapter's most fun social event held for AOII sisters only is the sleepovers at our house. It gives us time to bond, laugh, and have fun!
Tau Omega
Transylvania U
Tau Omega's most fun social event for just sisters has definitely got to be our Big/Li1 Appreciation Party. We all get together
and the Lil's make up crazy awards and give gifts to our Bigs that do so much for us every
year. It is a great way to say thank-you for all of those little things that we overlook sometimes.
Tau Omicron
UofTN-Martin
Tau Omicron's most fun social event is our annual Date Dash in the spring. It is only for AOIIs and their dates. Yes, that is plural. Each girl brings two dates
and each Date Dash has a different theme. For example, last year the themewas aHawaiian Luau and everyone dressed up. It is just a
good time for us to have fun and spend time with our sisters.
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