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Published by Alpha Omicron Pi, 2016-08-08 09:53:51

2002 Fall - To Dragma

Vol. LXIX, No. 4

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Leadership Institute 2002


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Our Missions:
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The mission ofh Dragma of Alpha Omicron Pi is:
to inform, educate and inspire our readers on subjects relevant to our Fraternity, our chapters, our members, or Greek life: to encourage lifetime AOTf involvement to salute excellence; and to serve as a permanent record of our Fraternity's history.
Alpha Omicron PiFraternity, Inc.
Alpha Omicron Pi is an international women's fraternity promoting friendship for a lifetime, inspiring academic excellence and lifelong learning and developing leadership skills through service to the Fraternity and community.
Alpha Omicron PiFoundation,Inc.
Themission oftheAlpha Omicron Pi Foundation istoreflecttheloveandsisterhoodofAlpha Omicron Pithrough thefunding of educational
of Alpha Omicron Pi
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Fraternity News
In addition to new s and notes, read the Founders' Day
M essages from the Fraternity and Foundation Boards.
and charitable
programs.
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Risk Management
Is your chapter prepared in case of an em ergency?
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In Memory
A tribute to Past International President, Janirae Linebaugh Callaway.
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AOII Songbook
Singing has always been a part of our sisterhood and plans are underway for a revised songbook.
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Leadership Institute 2002
A recap of IA weekend with highlights and aw ard w inners.
Officer Directory
A handy abbreviated version of the AOII officer directory is included in this issue.
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The AOII Foundation
2001-2002 Foundation
Annua] Report and Donor List


42 Collegiate News
This quarter, our collegiate chapters tell us what they enjoy doing the most
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Alumnae News
Alumnae chapters salute an outstanding m em ber.
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Alumnae Bulletin Board
This sectionfeaturesalumnae success stories & m em ories.
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Alumna Initiate Program
Do you know som eone w ho would make a great alumnae member? The Alumna Initiate Program may belorthem.
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Alumnae Chapter Presidents
Lookingto join an alumnae chapter in your area? Contact the chapter president near you.
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AOII Emporium
New merchandise has arrived. Check out some of the great items available from the AOII Emporium.
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Published since January, I905 ty Alpha Omiavn Pi Fraternity, Inc.
Editor
Manellen Perkinson Sasseen, Alpha Delta (U of Alabama)
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Founded at Barnard College in New York City January 2, 1897, by:
Jessie Wallace Hughan, Helen St Clair Mullan, Stella George Stem Perry & Elizabeth Heywood Wyman
International President
Carole Jurenko Jones, Alpha Delta (U of Alabama)
Executive Director
Melanie Nixon Doyle, Lambda Sigma (U of Georgia)
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Carole Jurenko Jones International President
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Friendship for Life
"Norfolk andAOU both rich in history
and tradition, will provide the
s/ghts and scenes for a grand celebration!'
AOIIper sped
Preparations are underway for Alpha Omieron Pi's 50th Biennial Convention to he held June 25-29,2003 in the maritime eity of Norfolk, Virginia. Mark your calendars now to join sisters from across the United States and Canada for personal development, sisterhood and recognition of achievements.
The Norfolk Marriott Waterside and the Sheraton Norfolk Waterside, located in the heart of downtown,willprovidethegrandestofsettingsfor"USSAOII-FriendshipforLife"asmore than 600 AOIIs gather to learn from one another and conduct the business of our Fraternity.
A highlight of our four days together will be the Silver Anniversary Celebration of the AOII Foundation. A birthday celebration is planned in honor of the Foundation's 25 years of service and dedication to AOII and the greater community.
Other highlights will l)e the much-loved PIP storytelling, the inspiring Convention Ritual the beautiful Candlelighting, the exciting award presentations, and the elegant Rose Banquet
Ofcourse,aConventionfavoritewillbefreetimeonFridaygivingyoutimetorelaxatthe hotel's sundeck or explore the downtown waterfront World-class museums, galleries and shopping centers are located in Norfolk's pedestrian-friendly city, while the white sandy beaches of the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean lie just minutes away.
You may choose to tour Nauticus, the National Maritime Center, which offers an interactive science and technology center exploring the power of the sea. Berthed next door to Nauticus is the Battleship USS Wisconsin, the largest battleship ever built by the U.S. Navy.
Other attractions include the Norfolk Botanical Garden, the Douglas MacArthur Memorial and the Chrysler Museum of Art
Within walking distance is shopping at the MatArthur Center, with 150 shops, restaurants and services, and the Waterside Festival Marketplace. These arc just a few of the many attractions located in the heart of the Virginia waterfront
Convention registration materials will be available to delegates in October. Non-delegates may request registration materials by calling 615-370-0920 or by emailing [email protected]
Norfolk and AOI I, both rich in history and tradition, will provide the sights and scenes for a grand celebration, USS AOII - Friendship for life. I hope you will join me.
Fraternally,
Carole Jurenko Jones
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Founders' Day
Executive Board Message
To be read during Founders' Day Celebrations: Dear Sisters in Alpha Omicron Pi,
As we gather to commemorate the found- ing of our beloved Alpha Omicron Pi, let us be mindful of the strong foundation that was pro- videdforus.Wegivethankstodayforour founders Jessie Wallace Hughan, Helen St Clair Mullan, Stella George Stern Perry and Elizabeth Heywood Wyman, who through our Ritual provided us a guideline by which we live our daily lives.
Perhaps Stella summed up fraternal feel- ings and how AOIFs original philosophies will continue to serve each of us throughout our lifetime: "We are founded in a way so elastic, that while holding fast to all essential tradi- tions, we are adjustable to changes and mod- ern needs; and our experiences and traditions and purposes have had enough testing in time to make their worth an assurance rather than a promise."
Whether you are a new member or a long- standing alumna, AOII has given us the com- mon bonds of friendship, love of learning and respect for one another.
As we celebrate the beginning of our sister- hood, let each of us recall our pledge to one another and to AOII. We give thanks to Jessie, Helen, Stella, and Elizabeth for having the foresightandwisdomtoestablishtheperpetu- al bond of friendship as we strive to live their vision ol a woman's fraternity based on friend- ship and loyalty to one another.
Fraternally,
The 2001-2003 Executive Board
Founders' Day Ruby Fund
M essage
To be read during Founders' Day Celebrations:
Founders' Day is a time for us to reflect on the values of our Founders and their vision for Alpha Omicron Pi. It is also a time for us to recall their love for each other and their compassionate concern for every member of our sisterhood.
How pleased our Founders would be to learn of the many achievements the Foundation has brought to the Fraternity and to its members. The Ruby Fund is an out-
s i d i n g example of this success. Since the founding of the Ruby Fund in 1946, this pro- gram has helped 251 of our sisters in their time of need.
One of the sisters the Ruby Fund helped wrote the following:
"I want to thank you so much for your decision to help me. I have experienced
some rough times, but it gives me hope, hap- piness, and inspiration to know 1 can count on mysisterstobethereforme,helpmethrough hard times, and love me as a friend and sister. My heart is and always will be with Alpha Omicron Pi."
The knowledge that we are able to count on our AOI I sisters when times are tough is an aspiration the Ruby Fund seeks to make' a reality. The success of the Ruby Fund hasbeenbecauseofyou.Yoursupportat Founders' Day ensures the continuation of this valuable program for all AOII sisters and reflects the great love our Founders had for all of us.
Happy Birthday Sisters!
Fraternally,
The 2001-2003 Ruby Fund Committee Tricia Conover Laura King Audrey Hopkins Elise Moss
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Gr-r-reat Expectations is AOII's Magazine Program. AOII has joined with magazine
sales vendor. QSP. to develop an exciting way to increase the Fraternity's revenue without raising membership and chapter fees. AOII receives 40% of the gross sales from any mag- azine sold through this program. That includes new orders or renewals of magazines you already receive. The proceeds support both collegiate and alumnae programming and pro- vide scholarships to attend Collegiate Ireadership Academies. If you are a member ol a collegiate or alumnae chapter, order or renew your magazines through your chapter to give them credit Each i-ollegiate member is asked to sell, at least two subscriptions each year. Alumnae who are not members of an alumnae chapter are encouraged to order online at QSP.com. By marking AOII as the benefitting organization when you order or renew; you are supporting AOII without spending additional money.
Carole Jones Sally Wagaman Renee Smith Rosalie Barber
Julie Brining Susan Danko Kathy Sowell KimMcGowan
International Headquarters Update:
To date, $784,225.00 has been raised for AOIFs new home. Those individual members and chapters who have supported this project are to be commended for their support and vision for AOIFs future far into the 21st century. If you have not had the opportunity to personally visit your AOIIhomeinBrentwood,Tennessee,besuretotakeavirtualtourofournewheadquartersbuildingbyvisitingwww.alphaormcronpi.org.
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4-3-2-1! '"4 Founders, 3 Centuries, 2 Countries, 1 Fraternity" was the theme lor this year's successful leadership Institute. Held June 28-30 at the Cool Springs Marriott in Franklin, Tennessee, this fun-filled weekend focused on building leadership skills, personal and professional developments and specific officer training.
Highlights included tours of AOIPs Internationa] Headquarters, an entertaining general session on Using Improv to Build Communication Skills, a session on The .Ait of Being a Leader, and a touching presentation led by four AOIIs of different life stages and backgrounds tided Reflections. Tracks for specific offi- cers were presented for New Member Educators, Corporation and Properties Boards, Chapter Advisers, Alumnae Department, and Collegiate Network Specialists. Many of the training sessions were held at AOII Headquarters. Other attendees, including Chapter Presidents, could select from a wide range of sessions including the Foundation's new philanthropic event - Strike Out Arthritis, AlphaLink education, "Ask the Executive Board", suicide prevention, "The Role of Service learning", "Confronting Risky Behavior", etiquette, "The Art of Motivation", Ritual mechanics, and many others.
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A master of improvisation, Stevie Ray, is the only person in the country to hold a college degree in Theory and Performance of Comedy. Stevie showcased his talent Friday night with an edu- cational lesson in how to belter think on your feet Through fun, interactive skill building games, everyone played '"Word Ball", "One Word Story" and a popular "Yes And" game. In the latter, a group of players plays off each others ideas, no matter how out-oFthe-box the ideas may be. This gives value to every member's opinion. Follow-up comments must always be "yes. and..." building more ideas to the first Never in the game are the words "no" or "but" allowed. The games are fun methods of improving communication skills while teaching mem- bers to think on their feet
TheArt of Being a Leader
Speaker Craig Little is the Director of Alumni Society of The Ohio State University Alumni Association.
For five years he was the Assistant Executive Director lor Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity. He noted several Leadership Truisms that cut to the heart of his session. These include:
1. Leadership means
having a healthy disregard for the impossible.
2. Leadership is a collective and creative process.
3. Leadership is about contribution, not privilege.
4. Leadership begins in the heart and ends in action.
As part of the Greek world. AOII is a part of something that is powerful and unique. Craig emphasized that members need to make AOII their passion as part of a mattering community.
artofthe Greekworld,AOII is a part of something that is
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rReflections
Alumnae had a great time at U! Sessions were held at International HQ (above), and at the Marriott. There was also plenty of time [or sharing sisterhood and fun.
Sunday morning's Reflections session featured a Coffeehouse Breakfast setting and four inspiiing speakers. The first, Danae Roberts, Lambda Sigma (U of Georgia), at 22 is the youngest member ever elected as a Georgia State Representative. Initiated in 1996. Danae is reminded of "sisters shaping sisters" when she remembers her college years. Her first day in the Georgia General Assembly was not so very different from her first as a new member of AOII. A homesick freshman, she was thankful for her sis- ters' constant support. Today, she still treasures their sup- port and friendship.
The second speaker, Melinda Sharp, Omicron (U of Tennessee), works in the Nuclear Medicine industry and in interior design. This vibrant past Chapter Consultant and immediate past president of the Atlanta Alumnae Chapter
compared AOIFs mission to fighter pilot training principles. With amazing similarities, 4 Principles for a fighter pilot must be: 1. Never leave your wing- man, likewise, our Founders intended our sisterhood to last a lifetime. 2. Always stay one step ahead of the enemy. The "lose sight, lose light" theory teaches us as chapters and a fraternity to plan, be prepared, educate our mem- bers of risky behaviors, and countless other proactive steps. 3. Fly the plane. This simple principle teaches AOIIs to locus on our individual tasks and do them well When everyone preforms their assignments well the entire chapter excels. 4. No one has ever flown the perfect mission. In AOII, we must remember to constandy evaluate, adjust then improve upon our actions.
Thirdly. Past International President Joan MacCallum, Kappa Phi (McGill U) elaborated how AOIFs Ritual has offered her guiding principles through six decadesofAOIImembership. Asherlifechangedfromyoungcollegegradu- ate to mother, from AOII International President to grandmother, the com- forting words of AOIFs Ritual always remained with her. In fact, conducting a Ritual at International Convention remains one of the most moving experi- ences of her life. AOIFs first and only Canadian Internationa] President, Joan currently holds the office of International Historian.
The closing speaker was Past International President Ginger Banks (Pi ICappa). Ginger retired last year after 25 years in communication and senior management with the State Bar ol Texas. She has been involved continuously with AOII since her initiation in 1971 and currently holds the position of Chairman of the Rituals, Traditions and Jewelry Committee. Ginger's speech was a journey through the different stages of her AOII experience. Phase One was being a "non-believer" in sororities. Phase Two was "becoming a believ- er" in AOII. Phase Three was being "a confirmed believer" in AOII. And Phase Four was being "an ardent believer" in AOII. It was also a touching testimony to three very special AOIIs who inspired her: Dee Gardner, Janie Callaway, and Mary Lindrooth. They convinced her to do things she never dreamed possible. Their accomplishments, encouragement and good works are evident in the person she has become. Ginger featured tangible reminders of "a purple hat, a blue dress and a red book" to represent the memories asso- ciated with her AOII experiences and the Ritual that guides AOIFs way.
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Panda Donation
Singing, laughter, sisterhood and a cook-out style dinner was the setting for Camp AOII on Saturday night Representatives from two local organizations were on hand to receive pan- das from AOII's annual panda collection drive. This year, several hundred adorable pan- das found new homes with children attending Gateway Health Foundation Grief Camp, a camp for children who have recendy lost a family member; and CASA, Inc., an organization providing trained community volunteers to advocate in juvenile court for the best interests of abused or neglected children.
Clark Flatt founder of the jason Foundation, spoke during one of the break- out sessions. This organization specializes in teen suicide awareness and prevention. He emphasized that prevention begins with awareness. Suicide now ranks as the third leading cause of death for youth aged 15-24, behind accidents and homicides, it is the second leading cause of death for college aged youth. For information on educational materials, visit www.jasonfoundation.com.
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Leadership Institute 2002 Award Winners
Perry Awand
Collegiate Women of
Leadership
Abigail Ella Epps
Rho Omicron,
Middle Tennessee State U
Cynthia Lee Jones
Nu Beta, U of Mississippi
Brittany Beth Miller Omicron, UofTennessee
Jennifer Brooke West Alpha Delta,
U of Alabama
Alumnae Women of
Leadership
Frances Atkins Harkess Delta Sigma,
San Jose State U
New York Capital Region Alumnae Chapter
Meredith Anne Higgs
Nu Omicron, Vanderbilt U Nashville Area
Alumnae Chapter
Katherine Elise Moss Tau Delta, Birmingham Southern College HuntsviUe Alumnae Chapter
The Perry Award is the highest distinction given to a collegiate member of Alpha Omicron Pi. This year's recipient is Katherine Lobe (Tau Omega), Transylvania U. Katherine was recognized as a remarkable young woman whose service as chapter president was truly inspir- ing. Even before she was
initiated, her chapter adviser observed that she was "mature and wise beyond her age". Her opportunity to serve as her chapter's president did not occur in the customary way. Her close friend, Adrienne, was destined for the office. From the time they were new members, they had worked together for the betterment of the chapter. When Adrienne became seriously ill and left school, the responsibility reluctantly fell to Katherine. With Adrienne's firm encouragement, Katherine was installed as chapter president just two days before Adrienne's death. Katherine's first AOII Ritual was a Memorial Service for her dear friend. Through her leadership, she helped a grieving chapter and campus community heal. She organized a memorial service for the university and established a memorial fund for her friend. Katherine established herself as a campus leader and focused her chapter on details, successfully com- pleting a crucial recruitment to nearly double the chap- ter's size. AOII proudly recognizes her outstanding ser- vice and inspiration.
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Wednesday, June ^-Sunday, Norfolk Marriott Waterside Norfolk, Virginia
June 29
on the USS AOII!
Convention ?oo3
Join us as we set sail on the
USS AOII - Fnendship For Life.
Registration will begin in October: For more information visit the AOII
website (www.alphaomicronpi.org) or contact Julie Hacker
Conference and Marketing Administrator at 615-370-0920
CostforConvention 2003
Registration Fee: $200 Room and Board Packages:
Single-$976 Triple - $552 Double-$660 Quad - $500
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Meal package only - $340


Some songs make us laugh
and others make us cry. They all
bond us together.
- Lyndsay Beck, Epsilon Gamma
VJAgbook
You're standing in a store, completely distracted by the search for that perfect pair of black pants, when you're stopped cold in your tracks.
In an instant, the song playing over the store's speaker system transports you back to anoth- er place and time and you remember who you were with and what you were wearing when you heard that song for the first time.
Music - it's tied to yourfirstkiss, yourfirstprom, yourfirstheartbreak and your best friend. It's wrapped around every significant milestone in your life, from weddings, to births and deaths and it can trigger emotions in you, from laughter to tears, like nothing else.
For centuries, music has shaped the world in which we live, serving as a virtual soundtrack to our daily lives. And while most of us have long known the power of the perfect compilation tape, it's only now that we're beginning to realize the importance music plays in other aspects of our life.
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In 1998, then-Georgia Governor Zefl Miller introduced a new program providing classical music CDs to parents of newborns across the state. The program, funded by Sony Music, is titled "Build Your Baby's Brain Through the Power of Music." In introducing the program, Miller cited early childhood research touting the benefits of music in developing babies' brains and the link between music and math.
Music has also been known to help ease chemotherapy treatments for cancer patients, help keep laboring mothers in sync with contractions and stimulate physical responses, such as the reduction of pain, stress or anxiety.
The power of music has left its mark on Alpha Omicron Pi as well, but not without hard work. In April 1916, AOIFs song committee set itself a high task, declaring it would accept "nothing more or nothing less than making AOII a singing fraternity''
To that end, a publicity mail campaign began with an article in that year's To Dragma on "Fraternity Songs and Song Writing". This began a trend of printing songs yearly in the fraterni- ty publication. Song Committee Chair, Mae Knight SiddelL Sigma, wrote to the Executive Committee, "We feel sure that as interest is roused our collection of really good songs will increase and our dreams of a song book will come true."
In 1917, letters were sent to every chapter, active or alumnae, asking for all songs presently being used to be collected and encouraging the production of original songs by each chapter. A $5 prize was given to the "most worthy songs" submitted.
The musical campaign continued, and was encouraged in 1919. Siddell wrote, "Perhaps the greatest stimulus to song singing in the past year was Convention. Here came the girls singing their most rollicking chapter songs and soon the whole Convention rang into the favorites."
Nancy Moyer McCain, Rho, recalls those times. "There were no programs or PowerPoint withConventionsofthepast Wejustsang."
The niche music Gils during recruitment and chapter meetings, plus the bonds it helps cre- ate between sisters, continues to this day.
"As the main pianist for the Zeta Chapter, I have been able to see how the melody of a song can have a direct impact on a group of women," said Sara Ludemann-Davis, Zeta. " I have come to realize that an instrument cannot only add stability to a song, but it can also summon emotions in the listener otherwise unseen."
Or, as Lyndsay Beck, Epsilon Gamma, puts it, "some songs make us laugh and others make us cry. They all bond us together".
Continuing AOII's long-standing musical tradition, the current song committee is develop- ing new musical resources, including a new son^ook, to be unveiled at Convention 2003. Titled "The Ultimate Singing Experience," the purpose is to create the most powerful, interactive and advanced music resources for all AOII members and to promote AOIFs everlasting sisterhood through song.
The new songbook will be in notebook form, giving ease to copying and adding music. Plans for a CD are also on the agenda, but not without help from members. "Our song commit- tee can't create these musical resources alone," said AOII Song Committee Chairman, Monica Ramey, Kappa Alpha. "Collegiate and alumnae members need to step up to the plate when we makerequests,becauseourworkisnotforus-it'sforAOIFsmembers."
For more information about The Ultimate Singing Experience visit the AOII website's My AOn section in Sisters Online at www.alphaomicronpi.org.
by Jesafyn, Ihrham McCurry, Songbook Committee Member, Lambda Sigma (U ofGeorgia)
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Singing songs with our sisters reminds us that we have
lifelong friendships just waiting to
be developed." - Lauran Hess, Gamma Delta
Timeline
1906 Original AOII Songbook composed by Adelma H. Burd, Nu
1916 First musical publicity campaign
1916 Chapters appoint thefirstchapter musicians
1917 $5 prize given to worthy original AOII songs
1921 Second AOII Songbook published - the catalyst for "singing chapters"
1931 Third AOII Songbook published
1946 50th Anniversary Celebration Songbook 1955 Fourth AOII Songbook published
1971 Filth AOII Songbook published -
included two and three part harmony 1989 Sixth AOII Songbook published
2003 Seventh AOII Songbook to be published - notebook style to ease
copying and musical additions
2003 Interactive musical resources to be available on AOII web site
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Risk Management
Crisis Management-Why We Don't Want To Talk About It?
One of the main reasons we do not want to talk about risk management is that we do not want to think about bad things happening to our sorority sisters. Many sisters think that they will not have to deal with a risk management situation. Courtney Cover (Alpha Delta-U of AL) was not prepared for the loss of Alpha Delta sister Catherine Alford during the sum- mer of 2002 when Catherine and her family were killed in an automobile accident "Something we (the chapter) had trou- ble with was that because everyone was in shock, no one knew exactly who to calL We've already discussed that at a retreat we will be typing and copying a list of who to contact when an emergency arises." One way for a chapter to be prepared for a crisis situation is to educate the chapter about AOITs Risk Management Policy.
What is AOII's Policy on Risk Management?
Our Fraternity's Risk Management Program states that "It is imperative that all women of Alpha Omicron Pi at all organiza- tional levels assume leadership role in risk management and the reduction of liability exposure through responsible living and proactive education in the areas of health, welfare and safety. The safety and well being of our chapter members is the goal ofriskmanagement"
How do we educate our members about Risk Management?
An important part of risk management is effective chapter education on health, welfare, personal development, hazing and safety issues. Resources provided to each collegiate chapter to assist in risk management programming include BRIDGES: Membership Education Leader's Guide, Fraternal Information and Programming Group (FIPG) Manual, Collegiate Chapter Operations Manual (CCOM) and the Corporation Manual Another source for risk management information for chapters is the new Officer Resources area, located in AOITs Sisters Online website.
While all members are responsible for the risk management, the risk management chair is responsible for educating the members of these risks and the legal liability. Each year, chapters should be sponsoring a Risk Management program. The Crisis Management Procedure should be downloaded off our website on Alphalink. Each officer and advisor should have a copy of the Risk Management procedures in her notebook.
Don't do double work! If your campus is sponsoring an alcohol or other risk oriented education program, use it to educate your chapter.
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Risk
Management All of us do not want to think of what we would do in an emergency situation,
butitisimportantforchapterstoreviewtheAOII CrisisManagementprocedures each year.Test your Crisis Management IQ,by reviewing the following questions:
1. What are crisis management problems that would affect a chapter?
• Serious injury, fire, attempted suicide or death.
2. What agency phone numbers should be posted on the Emergency Contact List? Is this list posted by all chapter telephones?
• 911 or the appropriate agency 'Ambulance
' Rescue
• Fire Department
• Campus Police
' Vice President for Student Affairs, Dean ofStudent/Greek Advisor
3. Hthere is one thing to remember when a crisis happens, what is it?
'Remain CALM!
4. After the emergency agencies are called, should the parents be called?
• NO, the unhwrsity or the hospital is equipped to handle emergencies like this.
5. What steps need to befollowedin a crisis situation?
• Assemble all cwailable chapter members, out-of-house meml>ers and new members to explain tliat an emergency situation has occurred and tlw. house is closed.
' Clarify WHO the ONLY spokesperson for the chapter is-the Chapter President or other officer in charge.
• Do not discuss tive situation until the chapter advisor and/or university officials arrive.
6. How is a case of a suicide attempt, with or without serious injury, handled?
• Quietly discuss further steps to take in this instance ivithyour diopter adviser and universityofficialsfromthecounselingcenter.Atthistime,THEY willdetermine if a chapter meeting will he held.
7. How does a chapter handle the death of a chapter member?
• Do not move ANY of the deceased sisters personal possessions.
• Remember tliis is an emotional trauma for herparents and they may not want
to lye with any of their daughters friends at this time.
' It is, of course, proper to send sympatliy cards and notes,flenvers, or make
contributions to the AOII Foundation in her tuune.
If your chapter is not taking the time to review Crisis Management Procedures, it is not too late. Gamma Omicron (U of FL) dealt with the death of a sister on her way home during spring break. Their Collegiate Network Specialist (CNS) Ann Phillips shared that the advisors, offi- cers and chapter "handled everything incredibly well. They were able to contact almost all of the sisters who would be most affected by the news. She added, "the chapter acknowl- edged the tremendous loss to the campus and Greek system as a whole, allowing the chapter and campus a proper, positive oudet for their grief
Some chapters have realized that the current membership is not the only sisters that need to be contacted in a crisis situation. Following the loss of a recendy graduated senior Alpha Delta (U of AL) Chapter Advisor Summer Steib wrote a letter to the other recent graduates who may not be able to participate in the memorial ritual or grief counseling. The closing letter to the Alpha Delta seniors irdorming them of the loss of their sister sum- marizes all the reasons to want to talk about risk management, "let us be that friend upon who you have not fear to call!"
by Toni Morgan (Alpha Cm-Western KY U), luclicial Affairs Officer at The U of Alabama in Hunlsville, Collegiate Network Director and a member of the Humsville Alumnae Chapter.
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The lota (V of Illinois) house corporation is currently using financial and property management services from AOII Properties.
AOII Properties, Inc.
What is it all about?
Thousands of young women on college campuses have called AOII home throughout their college years. "Home" to our chapters comes in a variety of forms. Many chapters have houses. Others have lodges, suites or dorm floors, while some operate out of little more than a file cabinet
At the 1999 AOII convention, Council voted to allow the formation of a separate interna- tional corporation (Alpha Omicron Pi Properties, Inc.) to manage the existing AOII owned and leased properties, and to assist all other local AOII chapter corporations with their financial management and property management needs.
As AOII Properties moved forward with development, it became increasingly clear that the needs of the Fraternity with regards to housing and corporations were broader than originally detennined. During the fall of 2001, the Properties Board re-examined its vision and, with the support of the Executive Board, made significant changes. The Properties Board believes the changes will result in a better understanding of the relation- ship of Properties and the Fraternity and will provide improved support for the networks and local corporations.


AO11Properties,Inc.
What is it all about?
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The Sigm a Alpha (W est Virginia U) house corporation is current}/ using /rondo/andpropertymanagement servicesfromAOIIProperties.
All Corporations in good standing are members of AOII Properties. There is no longer a membership application, application process or membership fee.
The job responsibilities o f th e Properties Board a n d staff have been redesigned. The Properties Board oversees th e Fraternity focus; th e Properties' stall' man- ages the business services.
The existence o f AOII Properties has n o t eliminated the need for a local Corporation Board. Each chapter, including those managed b y AOII Properties, is to have a local Corporation Board or local housing liaison who works with the collegiate chapter. A House Committee is also recommend- ed for chapters with housing. This House Committee works directly with th e local Corporation o n areas o f con- cern relating to house mainte- nance, operations, food, etc. The Network Specialist assigned to a chapter works directly with the Corporation Boards. A l l housing a n d corporation issues are managed through th e net- works. AOII Properties Board members serve as resources to the networks.
AOII Properties staff (I la r): Liz Level Robin Pogue and Barbara Stubblefield. (Not shewn Maeneen Klein)
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('•'. ~> The Business Services of AOII Properties
Current fee based services are administered by staff. Current Properties' staff includes Barbara Stubblefield - Business Administrator, Bobin Pogue-Property Administrator, Maeneen Klein - Operations Administrator, and Liz Ixwefi-Adnnhistrative Assistant Each of these women brings extensive work experience in their areas of expertise to th e AOII Properties staff. Melanie Doyle, AOII Fraternity Executive Director, a n d Beth Swartz, AOII Fraternity Controller, serve fVoperties in the areas of staff'administration and accounting.
Financial management and property management are available through AOII Properties staff at HQ. Available lee based services include:
• Financial Management offers such business services as Accounts Beceivable, Accounts Payable, IBS filings a n d Payroll adrninistration.
• Property Management offers such business services as annual property inspection, hiring and management of employeesandemploymentcontracts,securingbidsfor remodeling/renovation projects and overseeing projects.
• Legal Counsel referral
AOII Properties currently provides financial and property management services to the following Corporations: Beta Gamma (Michigan State U), Beta Phi (Indiana U), Iota (U of Illinois), Kappa Omega (U of Kentucky), Sigma Alpha (U of West Virginia) and Zeta Psi (East Carolina TJ).
Business services are grouped i n service packages o r Levels; and the fees are based on set percentages of pro- jected Corporation revenues. Inquires about the Business Service Levels can b e directed to AOII Properties staff a t AOII InternationalHQ.
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The Kappa Omega (U of Kennxky) house corporation is onotfier property using AOII Properties'seraces.
The General Services of AOII Properties
Current general services are administered b y AOII Volunteers. Properties Board members include President, Shirley Pinneke Knipfel (Iota Sigma); Director o f Finance, Caroline Craig Lazzara (Lambda Beta); Director o f Development a n d Communication, Mary Matarazzo Bryant (Delta Omega); Director o f Corporations, Sky Ruhlman Louapre (Pi); Director of Corporations, Jane Breckenridge Tessmer (Gamma Theta); International President, Carole Jurenko Jones (Alpha Delta) a n d International Vice President, Finance, Renee Pugh Smith (Phi Upsilon).
• Assistance to Networks with training o f local Corporation Boards
• Development o f educational resources such as revised House Director Manual a n d upcoming revised Corporation Manual. Publish informational newsletter (Columns) for Corporations
• Risk management assessments for all corporation boards upon request
• Management of housing projects for all new colonies
• Loan fund management and administration
PropertiesBoardmembers (Itor):CaroleJurenkoJones,CarolineCraigLazzarrj,Renee
Pugh Smith, Sky Run/man louapre,Jane
Breckenridge Tessmer, Shirley Pinneke Knipfel, and Mary Matarazzo Bryant
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$100 gift certificate i n a raffle sponsored b y AOII Properties at Leadership Institute 2002. Photo above: Mary Bryant, Director o f Development and Communication presents the gift certificate to two Sigma Tau members.
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Janirae Linebaugh CallawayV JL iNTERNifflONAL PRESIDENT 1 9 7 3 4 $
Janirae linebaugh Callaway, 71, who served as International President,
1975-76, died in Knoxville, TN, on
Janie made many ground-break- ing and enduring contributions to Alpha Omicron Pi, including: envisioning, proposing, and help- ing implement a major opera- tional change in 1975 which led to the development of our perma- nent Headquarters and profes- sional staff; adopting Arthritis Research as AOIPs international philanthropy; and enhancing communications and education on many levels, including comprehensive training for the Chapter Consultants.
"She was, indeed, the right person at the right time," said Nancy Moyer McCain, Rho (Northwestern U), who was International President, 1957-59.
Three of the four Chapter Consultants who were the first to benefit from the CC training program Janie conceived in 1971 elaborated.
"I often think about our train- ing and how much each of us learned and grew. I cherish Janie's willingness to teach and to share - not just AOII 'stuff,' but life 'stuff,' as well," said Robin Lee Beltramini, Iota (U of Illinois), who is chairman ol the International Human Resources Committee.
Sue Edmunds Lewis, Tau Delta (Birmingham Southern College), said, "My 13 years as AOII Executive Director were direcdy linked to Janie's influence. I'm proud to have contributed to her vision to professionalize the Fraternity's operations."
July 9,2002.
Janie's influence also was cited by Ginger Banks, Pi Kappa (U of Texas at Austin), International President, 1981-85, who said, "Other than my parents, no one else had the profound, pervasive, and permanent influence on me that Janie did. She was that elder sister who guarded and guided me with quiet strength friendship, generosity, patience and love."
Others remember Janie's high standards, warmth, dignity and grace. "Janie was one of the loveliest, most elegant, kind-heart- ed people I've ever met," said Candy Pierson-Charlton, Alpha Rho (Oregon State L), who was a Chapter Consultant, 1974-75. " I was awed and thrilled to know I had pledged a sorority that had someone like her as a member."
Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy, Iota Alpha (Idaho State U), who served as International President, 1971-73, said "Janie epitomized sisterhood in Alpha Omicron Pi with her loving concern for oth- ers. Knowing her certainly enriched my life."
Many members whose lives Janie touched were inspired by how she nurtured individuals and chapters. "When I was a Chapter Adviser, Janie pegged me for service on the broader level," said Rituals, Traditions and Jewelry Committee member Nancy Anderson Clark Rho (Northwestern U). "Janie always held a special place in my heart because she gave me my start in service to our Fraternity."
Pat Dennis Witherspoon, who was the 1972-73 Pi Kappa
Chapter President (U of Texas at Austin), said, "Janie was devoted to all the chapters and gave attention to all communities of sisterhood in AOII."
Current International President Carole Jones summed up Janie's many contributions. "Janie's lead- ership and dedication to our beloved Alpha Omicron Pi was an example to us all and she will be missed," Carole said.
Janie is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Lisa and James Cronin of Knoxville, T N ; a daughter, Alyson Callaway of Valdese, NC; a son and daughter- in-law, George and Julia Callaway of Lawrenceville, GA; a brother and sister-in-law, William and Joy Linebaugh of Venice, FL; and five grandchildren.
Janie's family requests that memo- rial contributions be made to the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation Endowment Fund, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation of Dallas, TX, and/or First Baptist Church of Gatlinburg, TN.
Janie Callaway's AOII Service
* Initiated at Omicron Chapter
(U of Tennessee - Knoxville), 1950
* Omicron Chapter Adviser
for eight years
* Organized and served on the Omicron Chapter Corporation Board for six years
* President of the Knoxville, TN, Alumnae Chapter, 1957-59
* International Philanthropic Chairman, 1965-68
* Alumnae Director, 1968-69
* Regional Vice President, 1969-71
* International Administrative Vice President, 1971-75
* International President, 1975-76
* National Panhellenic Conference Delegate, 1983-87
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volunteer
The following is a condensed version of the AOII fraternity council directory. If you need the name, address or phone number of a volunteer not listed here, please visit the AOII website. You will find the directory on Sisters Online.
Executive Board
Internalional President Carole Jurenko Jones 117 Stargate Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 864-0509
(256) 864-0807 [email protected]
Vice President of Operations Sally Wagaman
2507 Mount Carmel Ave Glenside, PA 19038
(215) 887-6235
(215) 464-7100
(215) 887-3463 [email protected]
Vice President of Development Rosalie Corham Barber
1307 W Country Club Terrace Jonesboro.AR 72401
(870) 935-8443 (870) 972-3066 (870) 935-8443 [email protected]
Vice President of Finance Renee Pugh Smith
841 Liberty Drive Westfield, IN 46074
(317) 569-2889 (317) 872-8113
(317) 569-5156 [email protected]
Executive Board Directors Kathy Brakefield Sowell 3911 Eagle Lake Ct Arlington, T X 76016
(817) 572-14.77 (817)459-7152 (817) 483-0688 [email protected]
Susan Danko
4242 N Capistrano Unit 219 Dallas, T X 75287
(972) 248-1013
(972) 479-7720
(972) 248-1016 [email protected]
Kimberly Carson McGowan 4 Rapps Run Dr
Malvern, PA 19355
(610) 827-5077
(610) 827-5078 umackcm @aol .com
Julie Brining
1871 Charlanda D r Mobile, AL 36695 (251) 634-3106 (251)432-9741 (251) 634-2405
[email protected]
Committee Chairmen
Extension Comm. Chairman Cami Wacker
1103 W. 26th
Kearney, N E 68845
(308) 865-4295 (308) 865-8519 [email protected]
Education and Training Comm. (ETC) Chairman
Lori Hart Ebert
880 Haven Oaks Ct
Atlanta, GA 30342
(404) 816-0088
(404) 816-0111 [email protected]hoo.com
Human Resource Comm. (H RQ Chairman
Robin Lee Beltramini 6564 Parkview Dr
Troy, MI 48098
(248) 828-1775
(248) 879-8898 [email protected]
Rituals. Traditions & Jewelry Comm. Chairman
Ginger Banks
3108 W Terrace Dr
Austin, T X 78757 (512) 454-8572 (512) 475-0810 (512) 454-6979 [email protected]
Fraternity Development Comm. (FDC) Chairman
Ann McClanahan Gilchrist 5613 Skyridge Dr
Indianapolis, IN 46250 (317) 849-6142
(317) 585-4911
(317) 585-4907 [email protected]
Constitution Interputation and Revisions Comm (CIRC1 Chairman
Christina Carlson Dodds 11008 Pebble Garden Lane Austin, TX 78739
(512) 301-8883 (512) 481-3755 [email protected]
Historian/Arclm ist
Joan Deathe MacCallum 770 Lakeshore #708 Dorval, QC
(514) 631-4092
(514) 637-3545 [email protected]
NPC Delegate
Peg Kramer Crawford 7645 WGolf D r # l - B Palos Heights, IL 60463 (708) 671-1091
(708) 671-1109 [email protected]
NPC 1st Alternate
Mary McCammon Williams 44 Sunset Rd Bloomington, IL 61701 (309) 829-3656
(309) 827-4371
(309) 827-5639 [email protected]
NPC 2nd .Alternate
Robin Mansfield Wright
2610 Devlin Way
Cantonment, F L 32533
(850) 937-9212
(850) 595-3059
(850) 937-9002 [email protected]
NPC 3rd Alternate Linda Peters Collier 2910 Jessica Ct
Vienna, VA 22181
(703) 242-0560
(202) 756-8618
(703) 242-0561 [email protected]
Parlimentarian
Ingrid Latimer Schulz 3902 Jade Ave #1 Wausau,WI 54401 (715) 848-0787
(715) 848-0787 [email protected]
Programming Committee ( lhairtrian
Susan Bonifield
2705 Indian Trail Durham, N C 27705 (919) 416-0012
(919) 681-7953 [email protected]
Perrv . Ward Chairman Nancy Moyer McCain
38775 Byriver Dr
Clinton Township, MI 48036 (586) 463-4124
Alumnae Network
Alumnae Network Directors Martha Leonard Harrison 1231 Lake Piedmont Cir Apopka, FL 32703
(407) 886-1922 (407) 886-1331 [email protected]
Kathryn Ann Jensen 1515 Hyde Park Blvd #5 Houston, T X 77006 (713) 942-9402
(713) 942-9402 [email protected]
Alumnae Network Extension Specialists
Kristina Sell Kiene
104 Timberland Gap R d Pooler, GA 31322
(912) 330-9478 (912) 330-9476 [email protected]
Linda Martin McLaughlin 1308 Somerset
Colleyville, TX 76034 (817) 788-8856
(817) 581-3755 [email protected]
Alumnae Network Specialists Ann Brislawn Beardsley
2430 136th PI SW Lynnwood, WA 98037
(425) 743-2368
(425) 743-2368
(425) 745-2729 [email protected]
Rene Strong Fitzgerald 2201 Spring Creek Dr Austin, TX 78704
(512) 442-4181
(419) 793-7786 [email protected]
Erin Goluh Gaddis 7249 Allamanda Lane Punta Corda, FL 33955 (941) 505-0972 (813)786-7898
(727) 725-5689 [email protected]
Karen Snyder Galehan 6751 Elk Rush D r Imperial, PA 15126 (724) 695-8474
(412) 854-4700 Ex631 [email protected]
Kathy Blackburn Hillyard 3569 Indian Summer Trail Lexington, KY 40509
(859) 543-1700
(859) 232-3371 [email protected]
Ann Schmidt Lampe
2428 Via Sonoma
Palos Verdes Estates, CA 90274 (310) 373-7032 [email protected]
Joy Tollman Lashley 102 MusesCt Cary,NC 27513 (919) 481-3697 (919) 677-8000 (919) 787-6060
[email protected]
Lauren Turner Mehalik 30 Oakcrest Rd Oxford, CT 6478
(203) 881-9308 [email protected]
Elizabeth Mullican
8800 Sturbridge Place Montgomery Village, MD 20886
(240) 361-0248
(301) 594-4229 [email protected]
Sarah Oyer
700 Ward Parkway #401 Kansas City, MO 64112 (816) 561-7102 [email protected]
Judith Wright Rose 215 W Cowan Houston, T X 77007 (713) 868-2884 (713) 963-3470 (713) 964-5640 [email protected]
Karen Youngman Ryan 5978 Thnrntree Dr San Jose, CA 95120 (408) 268-2831 [email protected]
Cynthia Gehrls Skiver 1129 Shelly Ave Maumee, OH 43537 (419) 893-3576
(419) 842-9000 [email protected]
Lisa Hackhart Snyder 855 W Erie #130 Chicago, IL 60622 (312) 421-5281
(312) 374-3122 (312) 870-3122 [email protected]
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Collegiate Network
Collegiate Network Directors Susan Anderson Morgan
903 Wesley Ave
Mobile, AL 36609
(251) 343-5619 (251) 633-1369
[email protected]
Krista Malmcfuist Whipple 6735 Ridgecliff Dr
Solon, OH 44139
(440) 498-3929
(800) 999-2624 34408 (440) 498-3608 [email protected]
Lori L Curci-Keed 1501 Ocean Avenue Seal Beach, CA 90740 (562) 596-5257
(562) 896-5678
(808) 254-0770 [email protected]
Allison Allgier
4425 Camberwell Rd Cincinnati, OH 45209 (513) 871-3791
(513) 636-6020
[email protected]
Lisa Dutt
317 WildberryLn
St Charles, MO 63304 (636) 329-1300
(314) 817-2743
(314) 817-3701 [email protected]
Lori Korn Goede
2126 River Bend Way Kingwood, TX 77345 (281) 361-7020
(888) 693-5636 32807 (281) 361-7046 [email protected]
Phyllis Casteel Gilson 6628 Woodlake Ave West Hills, CA 91307 (818) 887-9344
(818) 677-3740 [email protected]
Toni Flowers Morgan 11013 StAlban Blvd Huntsville, AL 35803 (256) 880-1544
(256) 824-6701
(256) 824-6829 [email protected]
Collegiate Network Specialists Carrie Alexander
256 Sheffield Ct
Hoover, AL 35226
(205) 822-1527 (205) 379-5350 [email protected]
Katherine Leach Andrews 11 Muirlield Drive Manalapan, NJ 07726 (732) 792-1982
(212) 469-0914
(212) 469-4653 [email protected]
Rebecca Braatz Bair 8124 Kevin L n Sylvania,OH 43560 (419) 885-3363 [email protected]
Sally Rowell Becking 119 N 4th Ave Decatur, GA 30030 (404) 378-0543
(404) 378-9530 [email protected]
Shala Schweitzer Berry
20 Fashion Roseway Unit 317W Toronto, ON Canada M2N 6B5 (416) 222-0039
(416) 661-2244 [email protected]
Marlene Gamec Brown 303 Cloverdale Cv Jonesboro, AR 72401 (870) 933-8971 [email protected] internet.com
Jennifer Bussman
3705 Forum Blvd Apt 713 Columbia, MO 65203
(573) 443-8496
(573) 499-2000 [email protected] larm.com
Heidi Schmalheiser Butler 11 Cleveburn PI
Buffalo, NY 14222
(716) 885-4656
(716) 632-3633 [email protected]
Kimberlv Altemus Carroll 628 Haudie Ann Rd Boothwyn, PA 19061 (610) 485-8583
(610) 853-5900 x5710 [email protected]
Alison Skaar Crane 1824 W Garden Ct Nampa,lD 83651 (208) 841-8845 [email protected]
Joanna Crews
621 Memorial Drive Apt 2601 Chattanooga, TN 37415
(423) 870-8228
(423) 364-2910
Jcrews7901 @aol.com
Laura Jones Dunlap
32762 Faulkner Dr Denham Springs, 1A 70706 (225) 665-4870 (225)216-8700 (225)216-8010 [email protected]
Karen Fredericks
1536 Croft Court
Indianapolis, IN 46260
(317) 334-9739 [email protected]
Cristen Gazlay- Loeh
15215 Magnolia Blvd #210 Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 (818) 789-9229
(206) 264-2469 [email protected]
Robin Pilardi Gibson 36 Crescent St #3 Wakefield, MA 01880 (781) 224-1448
(781) 594-3861 [email protected]
Linda Schwartz Crandolfo 7465 Brentwood Ln Gumee.IL 60031
(847) 543-4880
(847) 831-9152 (847) 543-4882 [email protected]
Collegiate Network Specialist Melania Harris
1525 Hampton Hall Dr#16 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 530-7904
(314) 313-4155 [email protected]
Melissa Parsons Healy
22 Applewood Circle Oxford, OH 45056
(513) 523-3677 [email protected]
Nicole Herman
275 W Indiana Ave Apt 1 Sebring,OH 44672
(330) 938-6846
(330) 938-2963 [email protected]
Brooke Green Holtzman 13002 West 84th Place Arvada, CO 80005 (303) 432-3776 [email protected]
Julie Jones
325 Coventry Lane Mason, MI 48854 (517) 244-0424
(517) 784-6330 x213 [email protected]
Holly Kunkel
317 Pablo Rd
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082 (904) 285-2953
(904) 633-6335 [email protected]
Carrie Heary Lockwood
11128 Moore Rd
Springville, NY 14141
(716) 941-5907 [email protected]
Michelle Finley Lyell 2393 Radcliff Drive Lawrenceville, GA 30043 (678) 985-5698 [email protected]
Linda Siegrist Mahfouz 811 S Pleasant Gonzales, L A 70737 (225) 647-4775 [email protected]
Rachel Maris
7729 NW Roanridge Rd Apt I Kansas City, MO 64151
(816) 741-1773
(816) 420-1855 [email protected]
Brandi Nunnery
809 Saxony Lake Dr Antioch,TN 37013
(615) 315-0829 [email protected]
Jennifer Obirek
29W 410 Emerald Creen Dr#F Warrenville, IL 60555
(630) 836-0350
(630) 737-5350
(312) 537-2341 [email protected]
Julie Pare'
5110 Sandy Forge Drive Indianapolis, IN 46221 (317) 821-8480 [email protected]
Sarah Cross Pewitt 3428 Hoyt Ave Everett, WA 98201 (425) 339-8468 (425) 356-4575 [email protected] aol .com
Ann Muenzmay Phillips 15 Noblewoods Way Ormond Beach, F L 32174 (386) 672-5071
(386) 238-4990
(904) 238-4997 [email protected]
Stephanie Rendon
6239 Yorkshire Dr Spring Branch, T X 78070 (830) 228-5391
(210) 335-2743 [email protected]
Rebecca Greer Rogers 10074 Shagy Bark Ct Union, KY 41091 (859) 384-2848
(513) 872-2481
(513) 872-3473 [email protected]
Kelly Schlieder 129B Cocoa Ave Hershey, PA 17033 (717)312-0656 (717) 508-3848 [email protected]
Liesl Reiners Schutt
1113 Grayton Court Auburn, AL 36830
(334) 826-3869
(334) 887-4192
(334) 887-8048 [email protected]
Melissa Hann Slifko 60 Prospect St
Berea, OH 44017 (440) 243-3963
(440) 748-2122 [email protected]
Jill Soost
616 Marsh Trail Circle Atlanta, GA 30328 (770) 393-2831
(770) 448-9047 [email protected]
Marjorie Stevens
101-341 MacLarenSt
Ottawa, ON Canada K2P 2E2 (613) 594-5757
(604) 691-4742
(604) 775-6314 [email protected]
Sandy Afford Stewart
608 Pine Court
Bowling Green, KY 42103 (270) 843-6158 [email protected]
DeChelle Duran Summers 2904 Wisconsin
St Louis, MO 63118 (314) 369-4041 [email protected]
Angie Hammerli Swan 9023 Newburgh Drive Houston, TX 77095 (281) 858-0416 [email protected]
Stacy Tharrington
1230 E Brainard Street Pensacola,FL 32503 (850) 435-8728 [email protected]
Karen Weigel
131 HuntleyDr Harrisburg, PA 17112 (717) 657-9809
(717) 691-5500 [email protected]
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Natalie Wieber
56 Willey Ln
Batavia, IL 6 0 5 1 0
(630) 761-0536 [email protected]
Amber Williams
301 Pelican Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70114 (504) 227-2496
(504) 842-7117
(504) 842-7119 [email protected]
Mychelle Kleypas Williamson 505 Green Mountain Cir #40 Little Rock, AR 72211
(501) 224-1727
(501) 225-9320 00 (501) 228-2266 [email protected]
Colony
Development Network
Collegiate Development ^Network Director
Lisa Dutt
317 Wildberry Ln
St Charles, MO 63304 (636) 329-1300
(314) 817-2743
(314) 817-3701 [email protected]
Colonv Development [Network Specialists
Teresa Spirio D'Acunto
8513 Quarter Horse Drive Riverview, FL 33569
(813) 671-8322
(813) 631-4742
(813) 237-4377 [email protected]
Natasha Phillips 3310 Del PradoCt Tampa, FL 33614 (813) 935-4035 [email protected]
Amy Jones Ashley
1319 Shawnee Rd Indianapolis, IN 46260 (317) 253-4443
(317) 571-4084 [email protected]
Andrea Dill
P O B o x 12316 Aspen, CO 81612 (970)923-3611 (970) 925-1017 [email protected]
Lori Roberts Miller 23860 Sunnyside Ln Zachary, LA 70791 (225) 654-1146
(225) 929-8628 [email protected]
Foundation Board
President
Dorothy Waters Williams 6521 Rivoli Dr
Macon, CA 31210
(478) 477-1742
(478) 314-2290
(478) 314-2293 [email protected]
Vice President
Frankie Frazier Nordlund P 0 Box 23317
Little Rock, AR 72221 (501) 221-1825
(800) 633-0038 51
[email protected]
Secretarv
Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins 14548 Edgewater L n N E Lake Forest Park, WA 98155 (206) 363-0151
(413) 375-5372 [email protected]
Treasurer
Carol Miller Stevenson
1712 Grandview Dr
Newtown, PA 18940
(215) 968-7772
(215) 968-9726
carolstevenson 1 @worldneLan.nel
Directors
Carole Jurenko Jones 117 Stargale Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 864-0509
(256) 864-0807 [email protected]
Gavle Fitzpatrick
6 Woodcrest Dr Morristown, NJ 7960 (973) 267-8802
(973) 257-2093
gavle.fitzpatri [email protected]
Mary Ann Davies Jenkins 1334 S El Molino Ave Pasadena, CA 91106 (626) 396-8233
(626)817-0815 [email protected]
Dian Poole Volkmer 2107 Crescent Drive Hannibal, MO 63401 (573) 221-0042 [email protected]
Properties Board
President
Shirley Pinneke Knipfel 4615 Toronto St Ames,lA 50014
(515) 292-5805
(515) 292-4620 [email protected]
Director of Finance Caroline Craig Lazzara 501 E 87th St # 8 1 New York, NY 10128 (212) 439-0007
(312) 444-5625
(312) 444-4517 caro^e_craig_6()[email protected],ahoo.com
Director of Admin. Mary Matarazzo Bryant 2113 Maryland Ave Louisville, KY 40205 (502) 458-1202
(502) 454-7124 [email protected] iglou.com
Director of Properties
Sky Ruhlman Louapre
220 E William David Pkwy Metairie, LA 70005
(504) 834-6327 [email protected]
Director of Properties
Janette Breekenridge Tessmer 8130 E Lost Pond Ln Inverness, FL 34450
(352) 726-0157
(352) 726-8481
(352) 726-9356 [email protected]
Chapter Consultants
Rebekah Adams, Delta Epsilon Jacksonville State U [email protected]
Ashley Boone, Alpha Phi Montana State U [email protected]
Erika Boyd, Sigma
I) of California-Berkeley [email protected]
Jessica Burger, Kappa Alpha Indiana State U [email protected]
Abby Epps, Rho Omieron Middle Tennessee State U [email protected]
Mary Hethcox, Delta Delta Auburn U [email protected]
Melissa Lang, Theta Psi The U of Toledo [email protected]
International
Headquarters Staff 5390 Virginia Way
Brentwood, TN 37027
(615) 370-0920 [email protected]
Executive Director
Melanie Doyle [email protected]
Executive Admini>tralor
Zoe Williams [email protected]
Controller
Beth Swartz [email protected]
Business Manager
Lisa Pearson [email protected]
Accounting Administrator Jackie Lynch [email protected]
AOII l*roperties - Properties Administrator
Robin Pogue
rpogue @alphaom icronpi.org
AOII Properties - Business Administrator
Barbara Stubblefield iistubblenVldfp alphaomicronpi.i irg
Alumnae Services/Archives Administrator
Sherry Haman [email protected]
Collegiate Services Administrator
Stacia Waltz [email protected]
ProgrammingAdministrator/ Alpha!.ink Manager
Donna Kumar [email protected]
Conference/Market ing/Arehives Administrator
Julie Hacker [email protected]
Administrative Director of Public Relations
Lori Belew [email protected]
Communication-- lnl'nrmatinn Administrator
Colleen Caban [email protected]
Emporium Manager
Linda Fuson [email protected]
Emporium Marketing Administrator
Shelley Straker [email protected]
Emporium Business/Projects Administrator
Tanna Seaver [email protected]
Edit or/Publications Manager Mariellen Sasseen [email protected]
(Graphic Designer/Web Architect
Rebecca Davis [email protected]
Receptionists
Debra Barker
Mary Frances Hastrich [email protected] pi.org
Shipping Administrator
Mary Beasley [email protected]
If you have an update to your personal information, such as name or address, you may update it on the AOII website. The easiest is to use the Quick Reference drop down box on the AOII homepage and scroll to address update. Or you may directly email
[email protected] You can also update per- sonal information yourself in the My AOII section of the website.
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volunteer


2001-2003 AOII FOUNDATION BOARD MEMBERS AND COMMITTEES
Dorothy WatersWilliams,LAMBDASIGMA PRESIDENT
Frankie Frazier Nordlund, NUBETA VICE-PRESIDENT AND GRANTS CHAIR
• GRANTS COMMITTEE
Carol Miller Stevenson Dorothy Waters Williams
Carol Miller Stevenson, OMEGA TREASURER AND FINANCE CHAIR
• FINANCE COMMITTEE Frankie Frazier Nordlund Carol Cotten Smith Dorothy Waters Williams
Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins, UPSILON SECRETAR Y AND RUBY FUND CHAIR
• RUBY FUND COMMITTEE Tricia Conover Laura Burcham King Elise Moss
Gayle Fitzpatrick, ALPHA RHO DIRECTOR AND SCHOLARSHIP CHAIR
• SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE Elizabeth Craig Amundson Heidi Herlong McFarlin Cindy Swartzfager Visot
Mary Ann Davies Jenkins,KAPPAALPHA DIRECTOR AND MAJOR GIFTS/ENDOWMENT CHAIR • MAJOR GIFTS COMMITTEE Barbara Daugs Hunt Jacqueline Niedermeier Frankie Frazier Nordlund
Blanche Chilcote,ADVISORYMEMBER Carole Jurenko Jones, ALPHA DELTA
DIRECTOR AND INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT
Dian Poole Volkmer, TAUDELTA DIRECTOR AND MARKETING CHAIR
• MARKETING COMMITTEE Alisa Nave, AMBASSADORS CHAIR Carol Miller Stevenson, ANNUAL FUND CHAIR Beth Bantly West Dorothy Waters Williams Natalie Adkins, ADVISORY MEMBER Rebecca Brown Davis, ADVISORY MEMBER
2001-2002 Foundation
Annual Report and Donor Listing
At its June 27-28, 2002 meeting, the Foundation Board of Directors adopted new vision and mission statements:
The vision of the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation is to secure the future of Alpha Omicron Pi.
The MlSSlOfl Iof the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation is to reflect the love and sisterhood of Alpha Omicron Pi through the funding of educational and charitable programs.
Dear AOII Sisters and Friends,
It is an honor to announce that the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation has reached a milestone this year - its Silver Anniversary.
The Foundation is celebrating its 25th anniversary, but _you are receiving the gift.
For twenty-fiveyears the Foundation has successfully fulfilled its mission o f reflecting the love and sisterhood o f AOII through the funding o f over three million dollars to educational and charitable programs.
To celebrate the SilverAnniversary ofthe Foundation, youare invited tojoin other sisters in making a special honor gift or pledge towards reaching the celebration goal o f $100,000. Your special gift, in addition to your annual giving, will benefit the Scholarship and Endowment funds.
Thank you, our donors, forsupporting the Foundation so generously with your gifts. Your support makes it possible for the Foundation to continue its work of awarding grants for Arthritis Research and the American Juvenile Arthritis Organization, grants to the AOII Fraternity foreducational and leadership training,andgrants toprovidesupport foroursisters inneed throughtheRuby Fund. Your donations provide scholarships, andyouinvest inthefutureandfinancialwell being of AOII through your gifts to the Endowment.
Yes, the Foundation is celebrating its Silver Anniversary, but you are receiving the gift - the gift of a secure and successful future for AOII. As we celebrate this year, it is with love and appreciation that we remember those members whocame before us and gave us ourroots andheritage, honor themembers oftodaywhogiveusourstrengthandvision,andanticipateandplanforthosesisters who will come after us.
Happy 25th Anniversary, AOII Foundation! Fraternally,
Dorothy Waters Williams, Lambda Sigma Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation President
P.S. As trustees and stewards of your gifts, the Foundation has elected to print the
Silver Anniversary Annual Report and Donor Listing in black, white and shades of silver. The cost saving will enable us to provide that much more to our sisters in need.
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ALPHA OMICRON P I FOUNDATION
ALPHA BETA TAU
Thomas More College
SPONSOR
Buffle Rains Dennis Julie Metzger
SPONSOR
Monica Fichtner Bell Donna Rumore Cusimano Martha Huckabee Foster Priscilla Troup Herring Maritzabel Rodriguez Hyde Elizabeth Large Moore Susan Anderson Morgan Lisa Markland Pultz Deborah Hood Riddle Susan Jones Rohrer
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Mary Schifano Brown Jenny Fleege
Dorothy Gardner Gambill Lori Thornton Henry Kimberly Jaynes Henson Brandi Mitchell Yaghmai
FRIEND
Catherine Elizabeth Alford* Kendra Bridwell
Shannon Christensen
Kate Cramer
Sue Deshpande Tasha Dickson Molly Dyrsen Kim Ginn
Ellen Gober
Kimberly Harrison
Julie Holdsworth
Dani Johnson
Cathleen Kelly
Elizabeth Kinsaul
Andrea Mamalakis
Emily Marlar
Leslie McAbee
Melissa McLure
Lisa Miller
Amy Lowe Moore Tamsyn Morgan
Rebecca Myers
Saige Newton
Catherine North
Alison Brinkman Presley Erin Prillaman
Erinn Rafalsky
Kathryn Rutledge
Holly Smith
Misty Shears Stamper Dana Taylor
Kathryn Taylor
Ashley Thomson
Brooke West
ALPHA GAMMA
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Lenore Morse Adams Wendy Porter
Jen White
FRIEND
Bonnie Johnson Aim Jennifer Knowle Henley Kelly Piasecki
Barbara Button France Gladys Whilfleld Murphy Diane Benton Murphy Clara Cantrell Tomsula
ALPHA PHI
Montana State University
FOUNDERS' CIRCLE
Blanche Franklin Chilcote
PEARL CLUB
Kathleen Vaughn Holm
ROSE CLUB
Diane Booth Granger Katherine Kane Helppie Jacqueline Miner-Bean Martha Wright Suter Margaret Moser Wallace
WHEAT CLUB
Julie Paugh Curd
Lillian Krulatz Hughes Patricia Erickson Ode11 Mary Francesca Palffy Marion Amos Wainwright Ginger Stanley Walter
SPONSOR
Janis Anderson Armondo LaDonna Preuninger Bergman Kim Anderson Center Tommie Boiler Clark
Ali Skaar Crane
Margaret Olson Crennen Nancy Diehl Dear
Laura Hermansen
Martha Pope Hutchison
Sheri Luft Larsen
Dorothy Dell Lough
Sharon Fiskum McGowan Margaret Simpson Nolan Audrey Scifres Skinner Lorene Stranahan
Marillyn Pearson Thomas Dary! Davis Todd
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Nicole Stein Caruso
Julie Peterson Christensen
Jane Doering Gumprecht
Vicki Sherick Hawkesworth Eunice Hunt Hutton
Geneal Lindsay Kanalz
Erlene Biggs Mazuranich
Julie Stehlik Miller
Lou Ann Valjacic Montgomery Lorri Walden Nelson
Shirley Northam Stevens
Freda Chamberlin Toner Maryann McGinnis Waylett
FRIEND
Sandy Heil Bauer
Ashley Boone
Roberta Sampson Gaines Andrine Wheeler Hall Susan Homim Hampton Kirsten Madsen
Amy Stewart Stemple
5390 Virginia Way
P.O. Box 395
Brentwood,Tennessee 37024-0395
Tel (615) 370- 0920 • Fax (615) 370-4424 E-mail: [email protected] Web: www.aoiifoundation.org
BOARD O F DIRECTORS ELECTIONS
Any AOII in good standing who wishes to be considered for vacancies on the Foundation Board o f Directors for 2003-2007 should
send a letter o f interest, two or more letters
of recommendation from AOII sisters who know her well, a resume and statement of her vision for the Foundation to: Jean Sells, Foundation Nominating Committee Chair,
14 Selkirk Rd.,Brighton. M A 02135. Deadline for resumes is December 1.2002. For questions or more information please email Jeanie [email protected]
FOUNDATION STAFF
Bobby Ann Stanton, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Grace Turner Day, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Angie Underhill Adams, CONTROLLER Laurie Taylor, ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
For information on donating to the Foundation, please see the enclosed envelope. Make your gift and he included in the donor list next year!
Thank you.
GIVING LEVELS 2001-2002
FOUNDERS'CIRCLE....$100,000 to 5149,999
ALPHA CHI
Western Kentucky
PEARL CLUB
Jennifer W addle
ROSE CLUB
Rachel Allen
University
Greulich
ALPHA KAPPA
ALPHA CIRCLE OMICRON CIRCLE
Pi CIRCLE
RUBY CLUB
PEARL CLUB
ROSE CLUB
WHEAT CUB SPONSOR SUSTAINING MEMBER FRIEND
$50,000 to $99,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $10,000 to $24,999
$5,000 to $9,999 $2,500 to $4,999 $1,000 to $2,499
$500 to $999 $250 to $499 $125 to $ 2 4 9
UP TO $124
Washington
ROSE CLUB
State
University
Buffie Johnson Jubard
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Alison Keen Keller
Sheila Weddon
FRIEND
Dana Baxley
Laura Bell
Andrea Bethel Amanda Brotherton Michelle Bussey Emily Clines Nicole Clum
Emily Cook
Brandi Cromer
Maggie Cross
Amy Eley
Jennifer Emerson Mandy Williams Emley Ginger Fauscett
Jill Freeman Forehand Kimberley Wagner Hays Allison Lansford Hiers Lori Klinedinst
Lauren Lindsey
Michelle Finley Lyell Jessica Myers
Karen Oser
Bonnie Phelps
Christie Pipenhagen Amanda Barfield Retter Lisa Rutherford
Leslie Sharpe
Amber Sieg
Lindy Stewart
Amy Strickland
Veronica McGhee Taylor Bethany Wallace
Sarah Williams
ALPHA OMICRON
Louisiana State University
RUBY CLUB
Elaine DeFrances Ellis
PEARL CLUB
Marjorie Hunt Sanders
WHEAT CLUB
Lyle Maier Bayle
Janet Looby Morgan
SPONSOR
Marilynn Larson Bordelon Susan Parry Leake Virginia Maddox Shepherd
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Alice Reese Cooney Kathryn Tomsula Priven
*Denotes Deceased Member
Sue Wayenberg Hinz
WHEAT CLUB
Linda Broeckel-Fry Evelyn Krause Hickman Opal Jenkin Hill
Sue Daiger Schell
SPONSOR
Nora Carlson
Jennifer Colwell-Loy Judy Stein Falk
Danielle Steele Glessner Suzanne Peterson Jaynes Simone Scialdo Krasan Carol Gwin Nelson Sharon Dinning Salzberg Linda Panasuk Seibold Denise Novacoff Sprague Pamela AhlfTeglovic
N E W GIVING LEVELS 2002-2003
New Giving Levels effective July 1,2002.
DIAMOND CIRCLE
GOLD CLUB PiCIRCLE(CONTINUEDAT)$15,000to $24,999
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$10,000 to $14,999 $150,000 and above
Karen Miley Bere'
WHEAT CLUB
Darragh Moffat Bailey Toni Flowers Morgan Mary Reeder Nixon Sandy Alford Stewart
SPONSOR
Marsha Bird Bordas Jerrie Caney Bradshaw Juanita Overhults Brown Michelle Martin Graham Cynthia Stark Hines Tracy Maxwell
Deborah Weimar Yepsen
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Liz Matheney Bradley Kelley Kearney Dodd Julie Ross Siepman Emily Hazelrigg Speed
FRIEND
Heather Cushman Baird Emmie Bertelkamp
Erin Brothers
Lauren Cohen
Rhonda Doyel Dotson
Liz Embree
Katie Furman
Mary Fiaugher Gillenwater Angie Groves
Kristyn Hammond Jenny Heidbrink Claudia Heltsley Kristin Kozman Tennille Leigh Brittney Long
Erin Long
Sarah Matthews Samantha Owens Meredith Sherrow Amy Shinn
Jaime Shipley Nicki Sindle
Amy Sittler
Kelly Smith Shanon Thorpe Heather Trammell Jamie Vincent Kasey Wolz Candace Yates
ALPHA DELTA
University of Alabama
OMICRON CIRCLE
Carole Jurenko Jones
PI CIRCLE
Janet Jurenko Brown
ROSE CLUB
Sherri Tucker Freeman
Dolores White Rhodes
WHEAT CLUB
Debbie Brewton Dailey Connie Pickett
Joy Lewis Rhea
Theresa Collins Davis
SPONSOR
Tena Graben
ALPHA LAMBDA
Deborah Hernas
University
ROSE CLUB
of North
Alabama
Georgia Southern
SPONSOR
University


ALPHA PI
Florida State University
ROSE CLUB
Pam Mathis Thomas
WHEAT CLUB
Karen Glendinning Givens Robyn Kimble Green Katharine Martin Guajardo Renie Hall Lehman
Sara Parise Ridolph
SPONSOR
Carol Cotten Smith
Joyce Hix Dannecker Lucinda Homko Filomio Nancy Goldberg Henning Barbara Card Lansford Virgie Melton Pafford
Nan Cecil Rankin
Mary Louise Roller* Ailsa McKelvey Tjaden Marjorie Parker Wessel
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Sharon Shores Danyluck Janice Dunn McNeely Christi Hattan Penkoff Joan Simms Wanner
FRIEND
Mary Betts Cotten
Sarah Wilkinson Hereford Winona Ziel Sanchez Margaret Shirley Thierry
ALPHA PSI
Bowling Green State University
FRIEND
Tonya Bier Bruni
Amy Lawson Bunyard Jill Kaplan
Frannie Leass
Danielle Myers
Tina Hite Nerpouni Carrie Otte
Christie Pinney Melissa Hann Slifko Catherine Aiple Smith Jennifer Walls
ALPHA RHO
Oregon State University
OMICRON CIRCLE
Gayle Fitzpatrick
ROSE CLUB
Sarah Battelle
Carol Clark
Jeannette Rice Hewitt Barb Bierer Long
WHEAT CLUB
Alycia Baybayan Marler Rebecca Molle
Nora Robinson
Ann Rogers
BENEFACTORS 2001-2002
The Foundation salutes these top donors who have attained the highest cumulative giving levels and appreciates their continued support during the past fiscal year.
Molly Taylor Jackson
SPONSOR ALPHATHETA
Carol Wrausman Berwald Monte Middlebusher Campbell Wendolyn Hongo Peace Margaret Benton Russell
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jo Steagall Clark
Sina Stromberg Lenox Mary Korvola Smith
FRIEND
Kathryn Nash
Candace Pierson-Charlton
ALPHA SIGMA
University of Oregon
ROSE CLUB
Peggy Peebler Nickerson Vauna Pipal
Coe College
ROSE CLUB
Linda Martin McLaughlin
WHEAT CLUB
Janet Osborne
SPONSOR
Carol Kohn
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jennifer Martin Steininger
FRIEND
Meredith Bacon Kelly Benda Melissa Chapman Sarah Deatsch Lauren Fenberg Anne Henze
Erin Herwig
Eva Camacho JaBaay Jane Lehmann
Illinois Wesleyan University
RUBY CLUB
Ingrid Latimer Schulz
ROSE CLUB
Jeanne Hays Crippin Sheila Slarkey Kaurin Jacqueline Susie Kousirup
WHEAT CLUB
Lorie Bergstrom Bleyer Carroll Mites Bross Suan Guess-Hanson Karen Schmiil Young
SPONSOR
Carol Doherty Elliott Judith Harding Jay Judy Freundt Zawacke
Indiana
PI CIRCLE
University
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WHEAT CLUB
Joan Herbranson Agerter Joyce Newberg Allen Edith Clement La Borde
SPONSOR
Jeanette Harbert Anderson Hildur Warner Bailey Elinor Sakrison Bjorklund Jane Abriel Jones-Hansen Carrol Pageler Kirk
Carol Emmons Rose
Anne Samper Shrock
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Ruth Dexter
Kay Dolan
Mary Contreras V aillancourt
ALPHA T A U
Denison University
ROSE CLUB
Dorothy Hartshorn Kortepeter Barbara Easterday Schwarting Jane Cockerill Sweeder
WHEAT CLUB
Virginia Bell
Jean King Brown
Natalie Hasbrook Del Porte Joanne Neumeister Hoppe Lillian King Nicholl Natalie Cowan Scharre Diane Sekura Snyder Margaret Vanhorn Stearns Jane Wonders Stitt
Wilda Wiest Webster
SPONSOR
Diana Sweeder Burns Ginny Garnham Detzel Joanne Kunz
Carol Taylor Muldoon Barbara Denison O'Connor
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Marty Deckman Cramer Susan Kellogg
Anne Matthews Morlan Mildred Borger Prentice Doris Gregg Smith
FRIEND
Jean Mitchell Green Carolyn Eck Richardson
Katie Shedek Kellie Spratt Cari Stoewer Alana Wesley Kristie W orkman
BETA CHI
Kentucky Wesleyan
WHEAT CLUB
Bonnie Nass Gatz
SUSTAINING MEMBER
FOUNDERS' CIRCLE ($100,000 -$149,999) Blanche Franklin Chilcote
RUBY CLUB jCONT.) Jeanne Lindsey Butler
Elizabeth Romine Coffey Linda Peters Collier Mary Batman Converse Thelma Culverson
Mary Fulton Cuthbertson Susan Danko
Elaine DeFrances Ellis Kathryn Tribbey Fitzgerald Rene Strong Fitzgerald Martha Garrahan Hazard Marilyn Rose Herman Mary Anderson Hilton Martha Griffith Houston Mary Ann Davies Jenkins Kathryn Ann Jensen
Leah Hardcastle MacNeil Kimberly Carson McGowan Ruth Ellis McKeown
Muriel Decker Mortensen Lisa Niedenthal
Irene Wagar Oestrike Maxine Griffith Pusinelli Kathryn Aungst Reed Ingrid Latimer Schulz Jean Marcy Sells
Renee Pugh Smith
Joan Lott Starika PhD
Reba Shannon Traber
Dian Poole Volkmer
Sally Wagaman
Carolyn Wartinbee
Rebecca Shook Weinberg Joanne Ross Wilder
Mary McCammon Williams Mary Ann Beckman Zabel
Sandra Dalton Hoover Elizabeth Lyons Roy
Sally Magruder Standiford
BETA DELTA
Villanova University
SPONSOR
Nina Mirabile Noska
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Kristine Hartley
FRIEND
Theresa Uminga
BETA GAMMA
Michigan State University
RUBY CLUB
Irene Wagar Oestrike
PEARL CLUB
Pat Velliquette Koproski
Charlene Brown Rennoe
ROSE CLUB
Marylyn Hileman Neuder
Louise Muncie Roehm
WHEAT CLUB
Bonnie Scudder Baker Molly Howell
Sharon McKee
Ann Reed Meredith Joanne Nelson Nowak Donna Messenger Rowe
SPONSOR
Jane Engel Allen
Susanne Ofiaro Banks Yvonne Emerson Black Marjorie Dinan Bouck Carolyn Berry Brown Alice Radford Haarup Sally Vegors Janis
Joanne Attwood Kettles Judy Miller Kruger
Wilma Helfrich Malarik Barbara Spehar Millington Suzann Price Norton
Mary Lee Dierker Reiter Marcia Rowbottom Marilynn ltaliano Ward
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Judy Ormsby Bradley Susan Hamel
Carol Rans Marsh
Vicky Evans Piatt Dorothy Pickett Suchner
FRIEND
Cynthia Meagher Arvant Janet Crenshaw
Kimberly Flis
Janet Englehardt Freeman Rebecca Gillespie Shonnailia Nash
Sarah Oyer
Mary Nellis Stahlnian Cari Suchan
Anne LeMense Walker
Gayle Fitzpatrick
Margaret Damon Goodlund Carole Jurenko Jones Frankie Frazier Nordlund
PI CIRCLE ($10,000-$24,999) Anne Witt Allison
College
ALPHA CIRCLE
Anonymous
($50,000-$99,999)
O M I C R O N
CIRCLE
($25,000
$49,999)
Elizabeth Craig Amundson Ginger Banks
Julie Brining
Janet Jurenko Brown Caroline Craig Lazzara
Peg Kramer Crawford Jacquelyn Struble Dinwiddie Patricia Kooken Golgart
Jo Beth Walling Heflin Barbara Daugs Hunt Anonymous
Janet Osgood Lawson
June Miller Lighty
Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy Margaret Dorr Schutt
Carol Miller Stevenson Phyllis Arner Westerman Dorothy Waters Williams
RUBY CLUB ($5,000-$9,9991 Lynn Martin Anderson
Rosalie Gorham Barber Jane Beard
Suzanne Inabnit Bowman
BETAKAPPA
University of British
SPONSOR
Leslie MacLean Marjorie Stevens
BETA LAMBDA
Columbia
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Amy Adams
Jean Itmer Goldenstein Nancy Kolontouros Megan Lovell
Susan Hoffman Pedersen Lisa Powell Williams
FRIEND
Kelly Grady
Jennifer Humowieck
Jamie Wuttke Kocher Suzanne Shields
Rebecca Setchell Stamberger Sharon Stowe
Gay Malewicki Sweely
BETA PHI
PEARL CLUB
Melissa Courson Carson Jacqueline Uecker Guiser Roberta Halvorson O'Neal
ROSE CLUB
Joan Davis Bach
Lynn Anderson Bayman Pat Vioni Benson
Janice LeDrew Besson Mona Dees Clare
Hud Slagle Clark
Janice Graves Keucher Betty Rutherford Kuntz Liz Thompson Sawicki Nancy Samek Singleton Joanne Bowlby Speyer Anita Ritter W atkins
WHEAT CLUB
Barbara Aman
Kristen Ernsting Bowes Jane Teeple Guthrie
Patricia Kooken Golgart
RUBY CLUB
Lisa Niedenthal
Mary Ann Beckman Zabel


• Nashville Area alumnae and members of the Foundation Board met in June for a special tour of AOII headquarters followed by luncheon at a local restaurant.
Rosemary Ruffing Hannell Joan Barnhisel Heaston Marie Hlavacek Holbrooke Catherine Davis Kennedy Peggy Hemicz Kilmer Mazie Kilgus Kreicker Diane Schultze Leland Rebecca Mott Littell
Donna Phelps Meyerhoven Jamie Mittiga Powell
Mary Shroyer Riser
Diana Hamann Ruschhaupt Sally Gray Varney
Rae Davis Walk
Kristin Hon Walters
SPONSOR
Lynn Mensing Adamson
June Nettleship Barnes
Mary Griffiths Cross
Rosalie Hasewinkle Dellinger Doris Rose Dunn
Beverly Cade Ernest
Virginia Steele Fauber Janet Neely Feczko
Joan Van Buskirk Goen Ann Butler Harrison
Sara Reeves Kinn;im;in Ryta Craig Lett
Marjorie Boyd Lind Angie Scott Lindauer Sandra Hanna Liston Dolores Herron Miller Mary June Cave Nordhoff Liz Hafner Pietsch
Lisa Snouffer Warren Murcy Walson
Joan Bonewitz Wilson Jane Koval Young
SUSTAINING MEMBER
JoAnn Fauser Cline Mary Crouse
Darby Oliver Everhard Marilyn King Irvin Roberta Tavlor Kilborn
Vivian Hurst Kistler Mary McConnell McKee Maxine Roberts Mitchell Martha Houlehan Sayler Betty Williams Sufana
FRIEND
Rochelle Anglin
Jessica Bednarz
Elizabeth Beltramini
Ann Burton Bubar
Cathy Underwood Dauenhauer Lee Foust Egan
Sarah Haycox Grant Brooke Hamilton Nycole Jones
Kate M cPheeters Ann Kirk Metzler Julie Paskar
Jean Melz Reed
Deborah Robinson Christie McNeal Warren Kristin Wilson
BETATAU
University of Toronto
ROSE CLUB
Heidi Slusar Harris
SPONSOR
Lydia Charalambakis Diana Speaight Pilsworth Tanya Bailey Smith
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Susan Corben Byram Diann Scrutton Evans Brenda Lum
FRIEND
Mary Jane Refausse Jacobsen Myra Kong
Lydia Pilch
Kate Salm
Aspa Tzaras Andrea Willemse
BETATHETA
Butler University
ALPHA CIRCLE
Anonymous
WHEAT CLUB
Virginia Shecly Thompson CHI
CHI ALPHA
University of California Davis
RUBY CLUB
Kathy Tribbey Fitzgerald
ROSE CLUB
Katherine White
WHEAT CLUB
Sarah Christol
SPONSOR
Yvette DeLucia Beltali Theresa Workman Jones Paula Lynch Pang
Janellen Nolan Quisenberry Celeste Le Mieux Shaw Kathy Shephard Weiner
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Page Moody Lie
Jennifer Kahsen Pearce
FRIEND
Linda Miller Michelle Morales Laura Hanson Raneri
Joanne Bruland O'Dwyer
Mary Rose White
SPONSOR
Deborah Henderson Amey Eleanor Yockers Becher Cheryl Blasdel
Amelia Brown
Dawn Cedervall
Crystal Paine Compese Patricia Smith Ewen Carole Krez Foran
Elaine Sterling Lindquist Sharon Van Fleet
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Christine Roberts Boone Carolyn Sukla Faulkner Lynda Brown Grayson Cecilia Falgien Green Joan Dorau Hohorst Nicole Branch King Jean Muller Mackimmie Gerry Prince Parker Netti Riggs
Carol Harrington Roehrs
Megan Quinlan Sebren
FRIEND
Jen Backhaus
Brooke Beasley
Jessica Black
Jackie Bradley
Natasha Strokan Duran KC Fisher
Sharron Land Gegenheimer Josie Gray
Ethnie Groves
GIVING LEVELS
Founders'Circle.. $100,000+ AlphaCircle $50,000+ Omicron Circle... $25,000 +
TOP GIVING CHAPTERS FOR 2001-2002
HIGHEST PER CAPITA / COLLEGIATE
BETAPI
Eastern Michigan
WHEAT CLUB
Cynthia Given
University
CHI BETA
University of
Virginia
RHO OM1CRON EPS1LON ALPHA TAU OM1CRON
S143.22 PERMEMBER S60.00 PERMEMBER $51.80 PERMEMBER
Barbara Zolnierczak
SPONSOR
Mary Ann Kirr Stephens
Sally Gustavson Taylor
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Susan Cossey Gustafson
Sandra Sklar Pollock
FRIEND
Patricia Musson Gazdecki
BETA RHO
University of Montana
ROSE CLUB
Kathryn Timm
WHEATQUI
Renda Greene
Barbara Wilson Iff!
SPONSOR
Elaine Whitley
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Susan Whitney Kurtz
FRIEND
Karen Greene
Syracuse
RUBV CLUB
University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Christine Smith Hogan
Shelly Nielsen
FRIEND
Judith Fridella Townsend Leslie Stewart Winder
CHI DELTA
University of Colorado
RUBY CLUB
Jane Beard
Joan Lott Starika
Becky Shook Weinberg
PEARL CLUB
Sue Reid Mattem
ROSE CLUB
Marcia Hunt Brewer Norma Yankocy Riffel Diane Panagakis Rouman Elizabeth McCarverTolson
WHEAT CLUB
Jane Mannweiler Cardea Ruth Ann Olson Gatchell Marjorie Herzberger Carolyn Kober Howerton Charlotte Todd Huddleson Judith Keck Hutchison Margie Arbaugh Lamar Beverly Lutz Morse
HIGHEST TOTAL GIVING/COLLEGIATE
RHO OM1CRON TAU OMICRON EPS1LON ALPHA
HIGHEST PER CAPITA / ALUMNAE
S15.897.13 $5,490.72 $4,260.00
Martha Garrahan Hazard
PEARL CLUB
Lorraine Chanatry-Howell
ROSE CLUB
Lee Colangelo
Ruth Marsh Haggerty Adell W oessner Meacham
WHEAT CLUB
Barbara Ernst Bruening
Mary Brodbeck Peterson
SPONSOR
Marie Harcharufka Dixon Margaret Wootton Dow Jane Ann Flynn
Alice Watson Marcy
Jo Ann Wallace
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Helen Marriner Eldredge Dawn Penniman
Deborah Tabs Prince Joan Wallick Vanzo
FRIEND
Jane Brooks Kaskela Sarah W alker Phaneuf
MACOMB CO..IL
CLEVELAND AREA,OH...$56.57 PER MEMBER
HUNTSVILLE, AL
HIGHEST TOTAL GIVING /ALUMNAE
SOUTHERN ORANGE CO., CA....$2,137.50
$500 + $250+
PHOENIX, AZ MACOMB CO.. II.
$1,744.93 $1,642.34
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$117.31 PER MEMBER $52.85 PERMEMBER
$10,000+ $5,000+ $2,500+ $1,000+
Pi Circle
RubyClub
Pearl Club
RoseClub
Wheat Club
Sponsor
Sustaining Member... $125+ Friend Up to $124 * Denotes Deceased Member


Rachel Guzman
N i k k i N o l e t
Rosemary Grieb Paddock Amy Payne
A!lie Rock wood
Amy Rubin
Colby Schelin
Rachael Simms
Kim Walden
Heidi Wise
CHI EPSILON
The Ohio State University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
25 Reasons to Celebrate
DELTA DELTA
Auburn University
PEARL CLUB
Nancy Can- Garrett
Mary Ann Vaughan Stark
ROSE CLUB
Kalherine Trafton Leaver
Virginia West
WHEAT CLUB
Louise Jackson Cole Betty Coleman Rebecca Brown Davis Dorothy Doten
Mary Anne Phillips Long Darlene Woodall Riggan Adrianne Smith Wallace
SPONSOR
Julia Smith Alexander Mary Adams Burger
Lori Hart Ebert
Judilyn Brooks Horton Emalyn Leathers Johnson Marie Carlile Newberry LiesI Reiners Schutt Cynthia Walker
Ann Crowe Wright
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Dianne Routon Horn Marcia Tatum Overstreet Pattie Neill Ragsdale Carla Lauruhn Valdes
FRIEND
Meg Adams
Vanessa Adams
Leslie Gordon Armstrong Joanna Artell
Angela Brewington
Betsy Brown
Missy Brown
Stephanie Brown
Charlotte Van Valkenburgh Byrd Stacy Campbell
Kristin Cantrell
Tiffany Cobb
Lisa Farris
Becky Reeves Ferguson Danielle Flowers
Joy Gettys
Leah Green
Julie Harbin
Elissa Bryn Harbuck
Emily Henry
Mary Hetheox
Christy Home
Elizabeth Hudson
Allison Kirkland
Megan Lawrence Lilli Lombardi Carlyn McCullough Jenny Miller
Jenny Parker
Jessica Parker
Krista Partacz
Emily Pickard
Sherry Pitcher
Kristin Rice
Christine Self
Leslie Selikoff Smith Peggy Lindsey Sprague Tracy Stark
Jennifer Fidler Swaim Candace Taylor Catherine Tilt
Katie Troncale
Amy T u r n e r Julie W atkins Amanda Weaver
DELTA EPSILON
Jacksonville State University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Chasity Henley Carroll
FRIEND
Emily Kacyvenski Goode Julie Pratt
DELTA OMEGA
Murray State University
PEARL CLUB
Mary Matarazzo Bryant
ROSE CLUB
Susan Pace Brodnan
WHEAT CLUB
Deborah Hunter
SPONSOR
Sherri Lynn Skelton Baker Carrie Joy Welborn Brookshire Theresa Dover Chandler Loretta Wagner Dodd
Carolyn Graddy Fiasco
Donna Krueger Logan
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Cathy Davenport Cavanah Kathy Blackburn Hillyard Cathy Hancock Jones Kelly Hale Scruggs
Sara Thompson Wawrin
FRIEND
Joan McGinness Arnold Rachel Baker
Stephanie Blackley
Kim Borarn
Laura Bow land
Leah Bow land
Addie Bozarth
Meredith Perry Brown Heather Burkeen
Bethany Chadwell
Lindsay Chamberlain Jessica Cherry
Whitney Coleman
Danielle Konnerth Darrough Sarah Elliott
Ryan Fondaw Bree Gillman Erica Guess Jessica Harrison Amber Henderson Shelley Hill Haley Hudson Kim Luecke
Lisa McCree Emily Miller
Shae Newsome Ashley Olson Amanda Peek Annie Laurie Pettit
GIVING LEVELS
Founders' Circle.. $100,000+ Alpha Circle $50,000 + OmicronCircle....$25,000+
Jennifer Ridgway McCrackcn CHI SIGMA
6. DJF Scholarships/endowed scholarships total over
7. Arthritis Research grants one million dollars.
named $586,000.
total over
Amy Troxel Pontius
FRIEND
Lauren Buckingham Leigh Demshar Sarah Schantz Ellis I indsay Hart
Holly linger Karla White Jaime Wynne
CHI LAMBDA
University of Evansville
RUBY CLUB
Liz Romine Coffey
ROSF CLUE
Rebecca Admire Herman Susan Sander Riggs Anne Buechlein Wilmes Becky Shipley Ziga
WHEAT CLUI
Ginny Meyer Kreke Karen Holscher Maudlin Linda Capin Paine
Anne Powell
Lois Ryon Schmidt
SPONSOR
Billie Stirn Borders Anita Horn Rizek Sue Blaine W ehrman
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Paulette Brehob
FRIFND
Fdith Bates
Ellen Businaro
Jeanne Carter Courtney Cline Cristen Gazlay-Loeb Pamela Boges Goode I eslie Redford Suzette Russo Rickert
Centenary College
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Lorainc Jordan Kent CHITHETA
8. Centennial Video "Founding of AOII". 9. Alcohol 101 Program for Collegiate
CHI
Central
OMI CRON
State University
DELTA BETA
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
ROSE CLUB
Nancy Tuttlc Boislure
WHEAT CLUB
Bene Lewis Armenlor Karen Willis Bernard Florence Sanders Jones
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jenny Bower Fair Sue Arbsland Sowell Summer Slcib
FRIEND
Liz Pralher
RUBY CLUB
Linda Peters Collier
ROSE CLUB
I inda Patterson Braden Pat Howard-Peebles
CHI PSI
California Polytechnic State University
SPONSOR
Kirstie Macpherson Boyett
Jennifer Hamiter
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Norma Fleming Stark Leslie Wilbum
PiCircle
RubyClub
Pearl Club
RoseClub
Wheat Club
Sponsor
Sustaining Member... $125+
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FRIEND
Krislie Halscy
Dana Longinetti Marci Murphy
Natalie Grace Viducic
3. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle (Campuses for the Future environmental program.)
4. 100 Centennial Scholarships.
5. AJAO grants total over $36,000.
Northeastern FRIEND
State
University
Jennifer Claborn
Sara Eichling
Liz Hays
Christie Smith
Tcrri Steddum
Anita Hyllon Thompson Sarah Thornton
DELTA
Tufts University
ROSE CLUB
Constance Clark Blanchard
Annabelle Robbins
WHEAT CLUB
Ruth Dresser Metcalfe
Blanche Downing Penniman
SPONSOR
Ellen Lunden Angus
Caryl Magnus Boyden* Barbara Clarke
Marie Kean Hewey Caroline Dyer Norrington Elizabeth Soule Schroeder Jean Colgate Stafford Sharon Wainrighl
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Laura Gavrelis Blomquist Jenn Curley Campoli Sandra Giordano
Toni Glasser O'Brien
FRIEND
Jennifer Bell
Eryn Blum
Olive Carleton Eddy
Meryl Hertz
Eva Kvedar Kodis
Christine Lao
Jordan McCarter
Cindi McPhcrson Melanson Katie Razin
Elli Resnick
Janet Siege 1
Chapters.
10. AOII Arthritis
DELTA ALPHA
University of Missouri
ROSE CLUB
Kim Mason McCollom
WHEAT CLUB
Rochelle Rasnic Wait
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Ali Dust
FRIEND
Marti Anderson Adums
Columbia
$10,000+ $5,000+ $2,500+ $1,000+
1. International
Program for Collegiate
2. New Member Education life skills module.
Development Chapters.
Manual
Academic
Investigator Award in 1992 - $150,000.
11. "Loyal Forever" Video.
12. Arthritis Corporate Hero
13. Ruby Fund grants total over $490,000. 14. Launched Strike Out Arthritis as
fund raiser for AOIl's philanthropy.
15. Established
16. Expanded Arthritis to include AJAO. 17. Funded HQ computers.
18. Founded Second Century
19. APC Foundation
Endowment.
Endowment
20. NPC "Something of Value" funded
Charter by AOII Foundation
endowment 21. Educational
Training Grants to Fraternity total over
$798,000.
22. Jacqueminot Rose Garden at HQ.
23. Archives/Museum
24. Speakers for
25. Ensures Fraternity's
Award.
international
Society. Centennial
Member. permanent
grant. Leadership
grant support. Convention/Ll.
future!
DELTA CHI
University of Delaware
WHEAT CLUB
Kimberly Altemus Carroll Virginia Hutting
Andrea Hausner Lehman Kathy Phillips
SPONSOR
Pamela Falle Clay
Lisa Ritthaler Eck
Mary Jean Walnock Polaski Nancy Gallo Speake
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Karenanne O'Brien Stegmann
FRIEND
Anne Pietrofitta Campo Hilary Cornell
Andrea Dube
Amiee Herbert Gold Alyssa Weinberg Simon
Friend
Up to $124
* Denotes Deceased Member
$500+ $250+


FOUNDATION FRIENDS
2001-2002 * DEMOTES MATCHING EMHOWER Gar
Angie Underhill Adams Christina Adkins
Allstate Giving Campaign * Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Epsilon Phi
Alpha Gamma Delta
Alpha Omicron Pi International Richard Ames
Arthur J Gallagher Foundation * Bank of America Foundation Bank of Nashville
Leah Barksdale
Sara Batterson
John and Linda Beal
Rachel Bird
Jennifer Black
Ann Wilhoite Brilley
Megan Brosseau
Cristi Bullard Jessica Burnett Patrick Butlry Laurie Cameron Caroline Cation Laura Chamberlain Chi Omega
Lauren Clark
Alisa Clarke
Coca-Cola Co *
University of Colorado College
of Business Student Government Allison Convington
Charlotte Cook
Copy Solutions - Inc
Ira and Louise Davis Grace Day
Audrey Delany Delta Delta Delta Delta Gamma
Delta Gamma Foundation
Delta Kappa of Delta Phi Epsilon Delta Tau Delta
Delta Thcta of Kappa Alpha Theta Ashley Dominick
Tiffany Dupree
Stephanie Eassa
John and Jane Edwards
Erin Ellspermann
Shannon Elsey
Elsie Emunds
Enron Foundation *
Eta Delta of Chi Omega Amanda Farmand
Betty Fisher
Marilyn Fitzgerald
Trisha Florentin
Meghan Fowler
Katie Fredericks
Christie Freeman
Lindsay Frier
Brooke Fyler
Gamma lota of Alpha Delta Pi Gamma lota of Alpha Chi Omega Gamma Phi Beta
Tara Garvin
Glaxo Wellcome Inc *
The Griffith Family Foundation Lezlie Guthrie
Natalie Hall
Kendra Hammond
Elizabeth Harris
Harris Teeter - Inc
Michael and Susie Hawes
Daniel Hogan Nancy Holland Stacy Holloway Home Depot * Margaret Howorth Frank Hudson Jennifer Huffman Lisa Hughes Emily Hunter
Lisa Hutton
Walter and Barbara Isaac Britni Jackson
Barbara Johnson
Kari Johnson
Tina Joseph
John A & Ruth R Jurenko Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Delta
Kappa Kappa Gamma Christina Kautz
Nelle Kisner
Stacey Knellinger
Ashley Knie
Katherine Knutson
Daniel Koze
Charlotte La Corte
Canon LaGrone
Ellen Lang
Lee, Danner & Bass, Inc Irene Lelekis
Craig Little
Mary Loughran
David and Connie Luzan Christy Mader
Ann Malkemes
Jennifer Mancuso
Jessica Mannen
Richard Marsh
Masters of Design
Susan May
May Dcpt.Stores Co Foundation* Abbey Rugeley
Loraine Cowherd Kelly Cross Nicole Cullers Catherine Dallon Erica Daniel Deneena Davis
Emily Pyle
Renea Renfroe
Amy Savells Rodgers Dottic Slemmer Tonya Tray lor
Jill Tucker
Leslie Waugh Wessel Laura Wild
Keri Zoll
DELTA PI
Central Missouri State University
WHEAT CLUB
Linda Mansur
Rebecca Zobac Mauch
SPONSOR
Quinetta Kaleman Rulledge
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Karen Haller Butler
Amy Forsylhe Herman Mary Campbell Newman Lisa Pohl Prenger
Julie Christian Zvacek
Heather Hill
Cassie Millington Laura Mitchell Nicole Montoya Telisha Mooney Megan Moore Heather Myers Darcy Myers National Panheilenic
Conference Foundation Dorothy Obion
Cristina Olivella
Nancy Olsen
Morgan Overman Pennisula Pontiac Claire Peterson Ashley Pettit
Phi Kappa Psi Phi Mu
Phillip Morris* Pi Beta Phi
Pi Kappa Phi
Robin Pogue
John Posner
Amanda Potter
Jeff Prather
Laura Prince
Sarah Prochaska
Wesley & Darlenc Prunckle Dorothy Rapp
Jessica Renz Rachel Richardson Doris Rolhman Kimberly Rowell
Kevin Sharkey
Steven E Short
Sigma Kappa
Sigma Nu
Julia Smith
Dawn Sorber
Bobby Stanton
State Farm Company Foundation* Jenny Stubbs
Beth Swartz
Elizabeth Swortwood
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Laurie Taylor
Lindsey Thompson
Libby Thompson
Jessica Tohill
Lauren Utvich
Marshall and KarenVaron
Kristin Vaughn
Mary Ward
Jennifer Ward
Amanda Warmington
Washington Mutual Foundation* Courtney Weaver
Kristen Weidner
Cathie Welch
Kimberly Wetzler
Jane T Williams
Alyson Willis
Alexandra Wolf
Peg Wootten
Lindsay Wright
Patricia Wuensch-Cheatham Allison Wyatt
Zeta Tau Alpha
ToDragma/FALL 2002
FRIEND
DELTA RHO
Nancy Schlosser Dunn Barbara Halvorsen O'Brien Joyce Osborn
Irene Wood worth Shephard
WHEAT CLUB
Rosemary Sater
Carol Thompson SilLLman
SPONSOR
Mary Bihler Bacigalupi Christina Hopkins Benjamin JoEIIen Arnaudo Ellis Angela Panel li Ernstrom Mabel Gomes Frelier Dorothy Krieger Hassur Orva True LaMar
Marie Giancoli O'Rourke Karen Youngman Ryan Marilyn Vasey San Martin Beverly Roden Shniper
Ann Waldron
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Patricia Stewart Dubrow Shirley Anthony Swasey
FRIEND
Rosalinda Bazzanella Brady Leslie Brown
Fran Atkins Harkess Jacquelyn Harlow
Kathy Reynolds Julia Saldana Ruby Sarabia
DELTA THETA
DELTA UPSILON
Duke University
RUBY CLUB
Suzanne Inabnit Bowman
WHEAT CLUB
Ellen Brady Alben
Leora Ger Bloom Elizabeth Batten Frost Marybeth Levin Lapham Judith Wagoner Pahren
SPONSOR
Stephanie Green Karen Marden
Alisa Nave
Kimberly Galey Oates Beth Peters
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Helene Clark
Paula Litner Friedman Hollace Shantz Le Lievre Meredith Sasser
Anita W alter
Gillian Allen
Denise Colhour Buersmeyer Laura Burnley
Jennifer Bussman
Lisa Cowart
Courtney Files
Katie Filu Filla
Tara Freeman
April Reed Giesmann
Amy Graham Hecklinski Theresa Helfrich
Vanessa Little
Chrissy Nagel
Leanne Watkins
Joyce Vaughn Younk
DELTA PSI
State University of New York
FRIEND
Amy Howard
DePaul
FRIEND
University
Melinda Anaya Stacie Denlinger Jennifer Doczekalski Lori Heidemann Rebecca Jeter
Tracy Lotz
Megan Maurer Melissa Morrissett Ryan Nyby
Jessica Papp
DELTA SIGMA
San Jose State University
RUBY CLUB
Leah Hardcastle MacNeil
PEARL CLUB
Marilyn Myers Lieber
ROSE CLUB
Marlene Peterson Adams
Texas Woman's
SPONSOR
University
Lindsey Maynard
Dana Meador
Jeffrey Meldon
Microsoft Matching Gift Program* Lauren Seely
Paula Covington
Teresa Rogido Cramer Michelle Serrano Lopez
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Deborah Weaver Lang
Shelly Graves Stevenson
FRIEND
Tiffany Bowers
Lisa Camera
Myra Hernandez
Stephanie Espinoza Rendon
Lyle Saltzman Elizabeth Scalise Sara Scott


FRIEND
Amy Berman
Megan Gaudette
Christie DeCicco Hines Jennifer Walker McAneny Allison Michels
Kasey Miller
Sarah Townsley
Riley W eber
EPSILON
Cornell University
WHEAT CLUB
June Jacobi Gillin
SPONSOR
Joan Unkelbach Bruns Mabel Klisch Deal Jane Vail Ingersoll Elinor Baier Kennedy Joan Minnock
Wendy Breckenridge Nyslrom
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jennifer O'Brien Bennett Clarissa Dedrick Carabateas Sandra Stroope Dupcak Arlene Loede Hanley
Eva Stern Steadman
FRIEND
Kristin Adams
Penny Crash
Julie Anne Dittmer Rebekah Gordon
Kelly Westbrooks Joyce Julie Margolin Stephanie Romano Alicia Schwartz
Kristen Stathis Kristen Sweeney
EPSILON ALPHA
Pennsylvania State University
PI CIRCLE
Jacque Struble Dinwiddie
RUBY CLUB
Mary Anderson Hilton Mimi Decker Mortensen Kathryn Aungst Reed
PEARL CLUB
Barbara Engstrom Schumacher
ROSE CLUB
Shirley Camp Belke Nancy Baier Gilbert Marilyn Minor Haas
WHEAT CLUB
Carolyn Leworthy Bachmann Gladys Raemsch Beds
Inga Scheyer Book
Mary Dubin Donahue Dorothy Jennings
Betty Widger Johler
Janet Holmes Linsenmaier Barbara Torrence Nelson Mildred Isenberg Russell Alyce George Schnabel Louise Everitt Zimmerman
SPONSOR
Connie Quesenberry Anderson Diane Edelman Bardman
Traci Perkins Caplan Emma-Jean Way Cole
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
Pam Sidney Krpejs Kelley Kruse Lauren Lk>
Kristen Nastasia Erin Picariello Ashley Post
Erin Redmond Michelle Rudd Crisline Sanlorenzo Kerry Scholz Lauren Shores Marianne Smith Linda Spagnola Allison Subin Kathleen Zalos
EPSILON GAMMA
WHAT 1 VALUE MOST ABOUT THE AOII FOUNDATION...
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Liselotte Weihe Kinaman Maybelle Penley Lineweaver Elaine Miele Pasmore
Kristin Woerth Sullivan Terese Moslak Sutor Geraldine Thomas Wandel Helen Wise Wylie
Sarah McKean Young
Sue Abell Ziegler
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Edra Rubinkam Bechtel Margaret White Biederman Lizann Davis
Nancy Nelsen Evers
Jane Wickizer Gomlick Nikki Miceli
Dolores Stark Moyer Glynnis Johns Siskind Jennifer Steele
FRIEND
Jen Axelrod
Carolyn Hartz Barrett
Cynthia Xanthopoulos Beekley Kristen Brush
Christa Cavaluchi
Jill Chanes
Krista Ciallella
Becky DeLong
Maria Falsetta
Lauren Feldsott
Beth Fitzgerald
Teri Franc k
Erica Grow
Lisa Kodish
Leah Mai las
Jen Martin
Adele Miskie
Amy Nawrocki
Pallavi Paunikar
Melissa Rasharm Rosmarin Suzie Schiffman
Erica Schneider
Lindsey Schneider
Jen Sherin
Hillary Solomon
Heather Timbie
Mary Alice Clemrner Turner Tara Ulezalka
Jenn Umbenhaur
EPSILON CHI
Elon College
SPONSOR
Monique Caron McAdams
Nancy Thornhill Nicks
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Lori Johnson Hubbard
FRIEND
Christina Adams Kimberly Adkins Sarah Aurigemma Liane Champagne Kris DePietro Jessica Floyd Christine Glatsky Kathryn Guest Danielle Hutchison Lisa Klein Elisabeth Knier
University of Northern
FRIEND
Becca Carrera Jennifer Donnelly Rae Elmore
Christy Erickson Veronica McMullin Kacey Rhodus
Kim Schardt
Sleph St George Kristin Zoesch
EPSILON IOTA
Colorado
leadership, educational and personal development. Leadership Academy, Alumnae Advisory Committee training, UIFI scholarships, Leadership Institute and Convention speakers are just a few examples of programs funded by the Foundation."
Carole Jurenko Jones, ALPHA DELTA, INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT THE FRATERNITY WAS AWARDED $46,819 FOR
Eastern Illinois University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Dixie Alms
Patricia Ryan Lenhoff
EPSILON OMEGA
GAMMA
University of Maine
ROSE CLUB
Jennifer Patel Cousins
WHEAT CLUB
Barbara Higgins Bodwell Joan Drake
Valerie Smith Stimpson
SPONSOR
Arlene Cleven
Audrey Morse Garnett Wilma Brown Miller Thelma Crossland Robie Elizabeth Higgins Speirs
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Harriet Riley Cederstrom
Ruth McAllian McKay
FRIEND
Frances Sawyer Alford Lisa Coffin
Shirley Gilmore Wing
GAMMA ALPHA
FRIEND
Michele Zellner Byrne Karen Fredericks
Anne Hinkel Rohrbach
GAMMA CHI
Carolyn Richards
Rosie Soltesz Zingarella
SPONSOR
Kelly Burnett Angelo Ronna Renee Janes
Lauren Turner Mehalik Maureen Campbell Nemcik Evelyn Kulp Noblit
Kim Bechamps Perez
Lois Reid
Penny Giragosian Ritenbaugh Marilyn Krekel Walton
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jennifer Perdew Dominguez Caryl Davis Lane
Sarah Jagade Nightingale Natasha Phillips
Grace LeBaron Sandefur
Cori Rae Strobe!
FRIEND
Cynthia Abbagnaro
Alyce Biehl Brennan Nicole Ruggiero Endacolt Mariele Jones
Amy Damore Jurgensen Rachel Kingston
Lynn Newberger Martinez Heather Burns Nedley Dorothy Lawton Priebe Kirsten Schwarz
Jill Soost
Lara Tucci
Carlina Terrana Womeldorph
GIVING LEVELS
Founders'Circle.. $100,000+ AlphaCircle $50,000+ OmicronCircle....$25,000+
Eastern Kentucky
WHEAT CLUB
Allison Allgier
SPONSOR
Carol Freytag
University
Karen Anderson Santos
FRIEND
Kim Pearcey Laurel Rounds
GAMMA DELTA
University of South Alabama
PI CIRCLE
Julie Brining
PEARL CLUB
Robin Mansfield Wright
SPONSOR
Joanna Garner Burleson Cheryl Driver Davis Laura Wagner Sergeant
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Katy Sapio
FRIEND
Julie Norton Martin Holly Cannes Nichols Jennifer Partsch Cathy Spahn
GAMMA IOTA
Southern Illinois University
WHEAT CLUB
Audrey Herbster Lueth
Janis Chumley Price
SPONSOR
Karyn George Angstadt GAMMA OMICRON
University of Florida
PEARL CLUB
Sandra Fuller Jewell
ROSE CLUB
Charlotte Burton Bray Lori Korn Goede
Lisa Maleski Parker
WHEAT CLUB
Janet Stoddard Andres Candy Kohler Driscoll Loraine Sadler Garcia Prudence Brown Kerry
Rebecca Greer Rogers
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Amy Brumfiekl Clemons Tammy Gee Curtis Kimberly Jones
Krista Stunlz Ledington
FRIEND
Whitney Clay
Sarah Wallace Holm Maria Maile
Tara Burress Malloy Janet McGeorge
Sally Johnson Nevins Tina Partin
Melissa Blair Rucker Ashley Kensrue Tyson
EPSILON SIGMA
George Mason
WHEAT CLUB
University
Ouincy
FRIEND
University
Ann Conlon Griesmer Janet Haher Rawl Dawne Bennett Ward
SPONSOR
Ami Cwalina Schroder
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Pamela Boley
Deborah Swanson Callis Kathy Dix Scharfman
FRIEND
Julie DeCicco
Sarah Gerstner
Holly Hamilton Greenston Helen Linton
Kimberly Mega-Cordero Kimberly Braun Nisco Kelly Carson Ralph
GAMMA BETA
Kate Dauksch Tracy Donberger Lori Ensley
Alana Jordan
Jamie Keller
Cindy Martin Marybeth Winkeler Dominique Zewde
ETA
University ofWiseonsin
SPONSOR
Elizabeth King Ellen
Pi Circle
RubyClub
Pear! Club
RoseClub
Wheat Club
Sponsor SustainingMember... $125+ Friend Up to $124 * Denotes Deceased Member
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is making an investment in AOII as well as its collegians, alumnae and programs,
Indiana University Pennsylvania
ROSE CLUB
Karen Weigel
SPONSOR
Phyllis Zaremba
SUSTAINING MEMBER
of
$500 + $250+
Robin Pilardi Gibson Emily Corso O'Keefe Lori Bigham Walters
"As a donor to the AOII
Foundation's
/.,
What I value most about the AOII Foundation is that, through educational grants, the Foundation and Fraternity partner together to provide training on
PROGRAM AND EDUCATIONAL GRANTS.
Carleton
SPONSOR
University
$10,000 + $5,000+ $2,500 + $1,000+


GAMMA SIGMA
Georgia State University
PEARL CLUB
Pat Cowley Hardy
ROSE CLUB
Harriet Corbett Austin
Cynthia Young Spence
WHEAT CLUB
Betty Wright Dyer
SPONSOR
Carrie Barnes
Sally Rowell Becking idella Rogers Haney Laurie House
FRIEND
Suzanne Bamer
Michelle Comissiong Jamey Forehand
Laura Morgan Green Katie High
Barbie Kinder
Holly Cochran Komegay Lindsey Martin
Melissa Mayberry Pamela Pierotti
Becky Tyson
GAMMATAU
Utah State University
FRIEND
Janice Elich Histon
GAMMA THETA
University of South Florida
PEARL CLUB
Jane Breckenridge Tessmer
WHEAT CLUB
Kathryn Haywood Barry
Gina Warr-Lawes
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jennifer Carito Aquino Julie Csizmadia Bishop Keri Nelson Deweese Erin Golub Gaddis Mickey Alexander Lyons Ann Muenzmay Phillips
FRIEND
Katherine Leach Andrews Carlene Brown
Jennifer Fowler
Jennifer Mundy
Ashley Nichols
Dentse Gunter Quigley Bri Reiter
Stacey Richards
GAMMA UPSILON
St Leo College
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Nancy Meade Gold
SECOND CENTURY SOCIETY
The Second Century Society is a special group of alumnae who have made provisions for the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation through a planned gift commitment. Planned gifts can include life insurance, will bequests, and trusls. Members of the Second Century Society recog- nize the need for the AOII Foundation to build long range financial stability by including the Foundation in these futuregifts.
The AOII Foundation further honors PATRONS, members of the Second Century Society who in addition to a planned gift, contribute $300 or more to the Foundation annually. We are deeply grateful for their annual commitment and contributions to the future of Alpha OmicronPi.
A Heartfelt Thank You To These 2001-2002 SCS Members.
I OT A
University of
PI CIRCLE
Illinois
Anonymous
Angela Bonds Alexander, RHOOMICRON Mildred Frazee Allen, BETAPHI
Michelle Angel, KAPPAOMICRON
Judith Bagby, LAMBDASIGMA
Ginger Banks, PI KAPPA RosalieGorhamBarber,SIOMAOMICRON Edith Bates, CHI LAMBDA
Ruth Wentisch Beglin, THETAPSI
Beverly Bergstrom, DELTASIOMA
Shala Schweitzer Berry, KAPPALAMBDA
E v e l y n B i r d , LAMBDA SIOMA JuneGreerBogle,NUOMICRON NancyPerryBowers,NUOMICRON
Jo Anne Breitmeyer, PIKAPPA
J u l i e B r i n i n g , GAMMA DELTA LauraBrushBurcham-King.AiPHAKAPPA Nancy Perko Bussing, PHI UPSILON
Barbara Eskew Cannon, PHI OMICRON Marianne Davies Carton, UPSILON
Gloria Hitt Cauble. UPSILON
Phyllis Hobbs Cauffiel, THETAPI
C a r o l y n B u n C e m y , GAMMA OMICRON Lorraine Chanatry-Howell, CHI
Blanche Franklin Chilcote, ALPHAPHI Catherine Daugherty Cifers, OMICRON Carol Clark, ALPHARHO
Liz Romine Coffey, CHI LAMBDA
Suzanne Colgan. ALPHA GAMMA
Linda Peters Collier, CHI OMICRON Louanne Watson Condreay, PHI UPSILON Tricia High Conover, PHI UPSILON
Lori Conti, LAMBDA BETA
Mary Batman Converse, PHI KAPPA Caroline Craig Lazzara. LAMBDABETA
Peg Kramer Crawford, IOTA
Tamee Dark, LAMBDATAU
Theresa Collins Davis, ALPHAKAPPA Jacquelyn Struble Dinwiddie, EPSII.ONALPHA Melanie Nixon Doyle, LAMBDASIGMA Joanne Williamson Earls, ZETAPSI
Elaine DeFrances Ellis, ALPHAOMICRON Gayle Fitzpatrick, ALPHARHO
Margaret Damon Goodlund, TAU
Cynthia Graves, UPSILON ALPHA
Melissa K. Hammel, NUOMICRON Patricia Cowley Hardy, GAMMA SIGMA KelliHarris,NUBETA MarionForceHaswell,SIGMA
Patricia Helland, RHOOMICRON AnneHickey,RHO
June Deny Hodge, SIGMA
Vicki R ay Holloway, DELTAOMEGA Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins, UPSILON Barbara Daugs Hunt, PHIDELTA
Mary Ann Davies Jenkins, KAPPAALPHA Kathryn Ann Jensen,THETAOMEGA JenniferJenson,KAPPAOMICRON
Irene L. Johnson, LAMBDA BETA
Mary Johnson, ZETA
Winona Johnson-Harding, LAMBDABETA Jennifer Jones, PI OMICRON
M a r y A n n K e n n e y , LAMBDA BETA
Diane Johnson Killingback, KAPPAALPHA Dawn KrotjeKilpatrick, ALPHATHETA Dorothy Kortepeter, ALPHATAU
Christina Hill Koukola, THETA Barbara Owens Kramer, BETAPHI Carole Frank Kropschot, OMICRONPI Judith Lacina, OMICRONPI
Ann Schmidt Lampe, PHI
Lois Smart Lehner, THETA
Jane Campion Leininger, KAPPATHETA Sharon Crouch Liddell, PHIALPHA
Laura Geldhoff Liefer, KAPPARHO
Marjorie Boyd Lind, BETAPHI
Marguerite Crawford Lloyd, DELTASIGMA Sky Ruhlman Louapre, PI
Joan Deathe MacCaUum, KAPPAPHI Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy, IOTAALPHA Becky Berman Mack, AI PHATAU
Linda Mansur, DELTAPI
Ruth Matson Matchette. UPSII ON
Barbara Andre Maxwell, IOTAALPHA Angela Hustedt Mitchell, KAPPAALPHA Barbara Chilcote Monteleone, LAMBDAIOTA Dana Moreland, DELTAALPHA
Karen Morauski. PHIDELTA
Muncl Mortensen, EPISLONALPHA Elise Moss, TAUDELTA
Janis Tremble Nelson, UPSILONALPHA Kathy Nelson-Small, GAMMABETA Jacqueline Niedermeier,ZETA Frankie Frazier Nordlund, NUBETA Irene WagarOestrike,BETAGAMMA Louise Benton Oliver, UPSILON
Ami Orcutt, LAMBDA BETA
Joyce Osborn, DELTASIGMA
Marjorie Palmer Passler, UPSILON
Candace Pterson-Charlton, ALPHARHO Charlene Rennoe,BETAGAMMA MaryHamiltonRhodes,KAPPATAU
Marjorie Hunt Sanders, ALPHAOMICRON Barbara Engstrom Schumacher, EPSILONALPHA LauraCimaSeidman,IOTA
Jean Marcy Sells, ZETA
Nancy Shaw Shaheen, ALPHAOMICRON
Lucile Hendricks Spencer, ZETA
Carol Miller Stevenson, OMEGA
Deborah Harper Slillwell, NUOMICRON
Eddice Dochterman Sullivan, TAU
Kay Hansen Sutherlin, THETA
Sandra Keymer Temple, KAPPAPHI
Kathryn Timm, BETARHO
Jean Whorley Tripp, NU OMICRON
Catherine Evans Vasquez, UPSILON
Thelma Coen Waigand, THETAPSI
Becky Shook Weinberg, CHIDELTA
Phyllis ArnerWesterman, RHO
Krista Whipple, OMEGA
Cathy Connelly Wieand, GAMMABETA
Dorothy Waters Williams, LAMBDASIGMA Mary McCammon Williams, PHI
Lucile W right, BETATHETA
Robin Mansfield Wright, GAMMADELTA Gretchen Zollendeck, PHIDELTA
Italics - Denotes New Members Bold - Denotes Patron Members
For further information about the Second Century Society, please contact the Foundation Officeat 615-370-0920.
Peg Kramer Crawford
PEARL CLUB
Kathy Rippel Holmes
ROSE CLUB
Robin Lee Beltramini Rachel Broeren Jamerson Irene Davis Jansen Phyllis Burns Neidhardt Harriett Dugan Veach
WHEAT CLUB
Aileen Wright Bacon Winifred Timmons Baker Shirley Bradshaw Gillette
Aileen Hagan
Joan Freitag Heina
Barbara Morris Johnson Cynthia Marchigiani Kennedy Michelle Kohnen
Linda Brownfield Liermann Barbara Lesch McMillin
Carole Schmitt Meyer Alice Jo Ellis Rainville Diana Klugiewicz Reed Wendy Rogowski
Joan Zagar Sevems Marjorie Lang Shipley
SPONSOR
Kelly Rosenbohm Adamitis Barbara Paakh Downey Jene Fellows Eckenl'elder Judy Gambrcl Flessner Michele Gemskie
Mary Otwell Hall Joanne Glaeser Harman Anne Rockwell Healy
Donna Brehm Healy Laura Hansen Kaplan Dorothy Dolan Kelly Melissa Mitchell
Diane Kellogg Pellettiere Lorraine Zillner Rodgers Marjorie Osborn Roeder Wanda King Sabien
Lori Simon
Lisa Hackbart Snyder Joan McDonald Welch Cheryl Wickstrom Natalie Wieber Jennifer Erler Willis Jean Ryan Winter
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SUSTAINING MEMBER
Karen Trimpl Brewer Preeti Ghuman
Sharon Kem
Hannah Kim-Rohrer Marcella Sadler Kuhn Betty Hoyt Reynolds Susan Street Ricklefs Betty Ridder
Marsha Hanscom Ripplinger Margaret McGarry Struyk Joanne Kern Vought
FRIEND
Sarah Arnold
Alison Tribble Bachus Jaime Baldner
Melissa Battles
Nicole Benoil
Joan Fulks Bergfeld Rebecca Bisaillon Molly Bollman Carolyn Brown
Farrah Cerrentano Christy Ciesiolka Christine Conry Kristyn Czamecki Tracey Davis
Leigh Dowdle
KAPPA
Randolph-Macon College
ROSE CLUB
Woman %
Sheila Keating Everhart
Jo Ann Bohn Gibbons-Martin Samantha Hamilton
Jessica Hogue
Emily Johnson
Mandy Ramey Keller
Amber Langsdon
Kelly Lowry
Linda Kiraly McCann
Elicia Tonner Oliver
Brittany Ruth
Rachel Seger
Sassy Shuman-Elliott
Kelley Stall
Paulette Starcevich Surdzial Missy Van Hyfte
Mindy Whalen
AOII FOUNDATION CONGRATULATES RECIPIENTS FOR
UNDERGRADUATES
IOTA ALPHA
Muriel T. McKinney Scholarship - Rebecca Bridge, OMICRON
Martha Wilhoite Memorial Scholarship - Courtney Cline, CHI LAMBDA
- Melissa Miller, KAPPAALPHA
The Angels of Kappa Theta Scholarship - Christine Rodriguez, SIGMAPHI
Carey Griner Memorial Scholarship - Anne Kraemer, KAPPA KAPPA
Kerri Keith Memorial Scholarship - Kristin Dondero, LAMBDA SIGMA
Rho Omicron Chapter Scholarship - Megan Hearon, RHOOMICRON
Lou Meginness Couch /
Sigma Omicron Scholarship
- Pam Strickland, SIGMA OMICRON
Alpha Tau Chapter Scholarship - Abigail Good, THETAPSI
Rho Chapter Scholarship
- Margaret Parrish, OMICRON
Diamond Jubilee Scholarships
- Amanda Garner, TAUOMICRON
- Cathryn Outzen, GAMMA OMICRON - Jennifer Peterson, ZETA
- Michele Sampson, THETAPI
- Tyra Tucker, OMICRON
GRADUATES/ALUMNAE
Helen Haller Scholarship - Erin Long, ALPHACHI
Karen Tucker Centennial Scholarship - Lindsey Christian, DELTADELTA
Laura McDowell Scholarship - Jessica King, ZETAPI
Diamond Jubilee Scholarship
- Meredith Anne Higgs, NUOMICRON
Alumnae Scholarships
- Carrie Freeman, GAMMA OMICRON
- Lynn Stansberry-Bnisnahan, PHI UPSILON
Scholarshipapplicationsfor 2003-2004
will be available October I. 2002 with a firm deadlineof March1,2003. Download from aoiifoundation.org or AlphaLink under the resourcestab, orcallGraceDay atthe Foundation at 615-370-0920.
Idaho State
PI CIRCLE
University'
Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy
SPONSOR
Cheryle Geesey Barker Karen Stanlurf Furu Elaine Pruett Smith Cheryl Hack Zaladonis
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Sue Olehy Finney Joan Miller Smith
IOTA CHI
University of Western Ontario
FRIEND
Jeanette Ciccone Sunshine Hunt
KAPPA CHI
Northwestern State
FRIEND
University
Jane Mylander W ainwright
WHEAT CLUB
Elizabeth Valentine Daudt
SPONSOR
Adair Lovin Williams
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Josephine Bower Miller KAPPA ALPHA
Indiana State University
RUBY CLUB
Mary Ann Davies Jenkins
PEARL CLUB
Rita Conway Hurtt
ROSE CLUB
Marilyn Fans
Carol Hammond Schnyder
WHEAT CLUB
Mary Beth Brown Hasselbrinck Karen Kcnnelly
Arlene Eckerle McDonald Cathy Campbell Parker
Jane Kenner Prather
SCHOLARSHIP 2002-2003
WHAT I VALUE MOST ABOUT THE AOII FOUNDATION IS T H E SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.
"The Diamond Jubilee Scholarship truly exemplifies AOII's mission of inspiring lifelong learning by helping me pursue my Master's Degree in Nursing."
Heather Bandy
Amanda Killingsworth Byles Angie Duffy Jackson
Bridget Louviere
Kristin Poche
KAPPA DELTA
Wright State University
WHEAT CLUB
Susan Arnold Targove
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Amy Wiedeman KAPPA GAMMA
Florida Southern College
RUBY CLUB
Ruth Ellis McKeown
ROSE CLUB
Karen Krieger
WHEAT CLUB
Barbara Jane Clifford Keller
SPONSOR
Shirley Thomas Cooke Cynthia Wagemann Cubberley Anne Mayo Girata
Daryl Meyer Hall
Jennifer Smith Hayes
Betty Lee Johnston Kennedy Frances Cox Lindsey
Grace Schumacher Ward
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Karen Worrill Swift
FRIEND
Maureen Blau Elizebeth Page Carter Morgan Davidson Nicole Maassen
Jill Eilertsen M aassen Lisa McMullan Mellissa Parker Lindsay Pealer Victoria Urban
KAPPA KAPPA
Ball State University
ROSE ClUB
Linda McRae Becker Kelli Fitzpatrick Burrill Pamela Jordan Wolf
WHEAT CLUB
Deborah Nelson Bruner Deborah Jennings Emst Mary Myers Meyer Jane Ann Vigus Steiner
SPONSOR
Betty Isza Bairn Millie Cole Boring
Erin Long, ALPHA CHI
HELEN
Megan Ehrisman Chrystyna Eliashevsky Myrna Favela
Becky Ferro
Gina Gerardi
Kathryn Gordon
Cara Gramlich
Jeni Griffith
Lori Grube
Cherylyn Henry
Sara Churchill Ingmire Elizabeth Jaggi
Lori Jesberg
Kristine Ambrose Karlberg Jennifer Kuczwara Deborah Lieber
Sara Fulton Lopez
Amy Mikel
Sarah Needham
Nancy LeConte November Carlin Sarmienlo
Jessica Schaal
Carol Norton Serfling
Mary Shanahan Emily Spear
Alice Ross Taylor Alicia Cook Traviss Kelly Wavra
Sarah Williams Melissa Zechiel Meredith Zenge
HALLER
SCHOLARSHIP
RECIPIENT
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IOTA SIGMA
Iowa State University
ROSE CLUB
Sarah Ihde Dore
Shirley Pinneke Knipfel
WHEAT OUB
Pam Patterson Harris
SPONSOR
Nancy LeCompte Slack
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Rhonda Stevenson Bjomsen Pamela Kuiper Rom
Joni Lytle Larsen
Kathy Marvin Pennock Karen Foster Siple
FRIEND
Nicole Bengtson Jennifer Gracey Karin Wilhelm
IOTATAU
University of Wisconsin Stout
SPONSOR
Renee Schuetz Pesavento
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Patricia Genskow Hougaard Aleda Schuetz McArdle Linda Prothero Munson Nancy Rauhut Van Heel
FRIEND
Delores McCullick Parker
FOR 2 0 0 2 - 2 0 0 3
Phyllis Purcell Stewart JillZschau Stock Karla Keller Trout
SPONSOR
Margaret Woolsey Campbell Susan Giffel Douthit
Geri Rytkonen Espy
Carolyn Motsinger Hendricks Ruth Schuessler Jones Charlene Weaver Kobida Patrice McKenzie Liebler Glenna Hendren Molster Orva Sinclair Schramm
Ann Wuchner Sturm
Emalee Brackemyre VanScyoc
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Christie Barnes-Stew art Monica Conrad
Jeanne Forsythe Freeman Shirley Olivero Green Julia Morris Malson
Lee Ann Davies Mann Monica Ramey
Laurie Allen Snyder
Patricia Uhde Spencer Glenna Hammond Timmons Nancy Heck Ward
FRIEND
Alexis Abaili
Phyllis Espy Brinegar Jessica Burger
Molly Caldwell Jocclyn Eglen
Julie Robbins Burns
Kathryn Webb Burris
Janet Oestrikc Gerstenecker Susan Hughes Long
Ruth Osborne Melvin
Kathleen MetzgerO'Dell
Susie Trent O'Maley
Barbara Johnson Ottinger Paula Adams Peterson
Carol Loudenback Sommers Jannene Maclntyre Southworth Jane Crampton Weakley
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Amy Jones Ashley
Carla Bochenek-Hodge Donna Fosnaugh Bockover Lois Gatchell Brown Wendy Rogers Farnsworth Alice Van Voorst Harrison Kimberly Indelicato
Sandra Pataluch Lott
Judy Myers McFarland Misha Rogers
Victoria Barr Willis


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A o n FOUNDATION - CUMULATIVE GIFT CLUBS
UP TO $124- Friend
$125 - Sustaining Member $250 - Sponsor
$500 - Wheat Club
$10,000 - Gold Club $15,000 - Pi Circle $25,000 - Omicron Circle $50,000 - Alpha Circle
$100,000 - Founders'Circle $150,000 - Diamond Circle
$1,000 - Rose Club $2,500 - Pearl Club $5,000 - Ruby Club
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NOMINEES SOUGHT FOR FOUNDATION CONVENTION AWARD
The Barbara Daugs Hunt Award, recognizing an alumna for lifetime service to the Foundation, is given biennially at convention by the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation. The award was endowed by Cecil Hunt and named in honor of this Past International President and Past Foundation President, a Phi Delta alumna who has served local chapters, her Fraternity and Foundation in many capacities for over 35 years. It is appropriate to honor Barbara's lifelong dedication to AOII and m em orialize her contributions to both the Fraternity and the Foundation by recognizing the alum na who, through outstanding lifelong service and support to AOII Foundation, its mission and its program s, exem plifies her com m itm ent.
Nomination forms are available on AlphaLink under the Resources tab or by contacting the Foundation office. The deadline is March 1,2003.
SPONSOR
Leslie MarkleHargett Julie Jones
Arlene Sirtola Kalis Rebecca Dragos Massie Joyce Nevaril Sustr Sandra Kubitz Tomlinson
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Michelle Buhovecky
Mary Jane Palo Levi
FRIEND
Erika Dilts
Andrea Fischer
Julie Olszewski Halaris Norma Loye Longmire Darcy Nickless
Alice Kozlowski Pinder Jackie Scott
Marcia Galbraith Wilson
KAPPA SIGMA
University of Wisconsin River Falls
FRIEND
Mona Barrada
Desiray Mueller-Hinds Nicky Nohl
Barbara Smothers Melissa Joyce Stone Crystal Thooft
K A P P A T A U
Southeastern Louisiana University
PEARL CLUB
Cindy Swartzfager Visot
WHEAT CLUB
Dina D'Gerolamo Yvonne Daigre Landry Susan Gourdain Mele
SPONSOR
Patti Thompson Dowie
Theresa McKay Gomez
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Raylyn Reine Beevers KalliBlackwell
Sherrill Doolittle Kearney Sonja Ragusa
Janet Hartt Roche
FRIEND
Nikki Broussard Jennifer Bryant Micah Ragusa Bujol Claire Cunningham Lauren Dessommes Laura Jones Dunlap Stacey Ferraro
Julie Flores
Lauren Forest
Tania Fuselier Alissa Guidry Mandy Hughes Sabrina Sanzone Stephanie Sharp Courtney Thompson Jo Tricou
Kit Tricou Jennifer Walley
MAJOR
GIFTS/ENDOWMENT
COMMITTEE
FRIEND
Laura Allen
Amber Augenstein Courtney Bellar
Kaebra Bent
Karlyn Bent
Mi'Chelle Zeis Bettner Michelle Braun
Carly Brooks
Christie Collins
Becky Ellis
Kate Evans
Ali Feasby
Kristy Floyd
Kellie Force
Ashley Furnivall
Olivia Griner
Marilyn Hart
Andrea Janecek
Kimberly Klepfer
Anne Kraemer
Kelli Hahn Lawrence Ashley Leakey
Amy Leman
Amy Morris
Danielle Morris
Christy Myers
Traci Petrucciani
Nikki Rickord
Lara Schaller
Vicki Ronk Schlotter Tammie Stines
Becky Summers
Lauren Jinks Waiawender Shaunda Young
KAPPA LAMBDA
University of Calgary
SPONSOR
Shala Schweitzer Berry
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Angela Judd Scoble
FRIEND
Kelly Barrie Stephanie Bumstead Tara-Lee Fredeen Taryn Lazenby Kristy Manchul Leigh Newlands Agatha Starczyk
K A P P A O M E G A
University of Kentucky
SUSTAINING MEMBER
LeaAnne Schnellenberger Box Charlotte Blandford Flatt
FRIEND
Lori Hawkins Andersen Kylene Claucherty Charla Cobb
Angie Schum Dickison Christina Farris
Jen Hartman
Andrea Hieneman Jennifer Kremer
Alison LaCombe
Kate Lawrence
Amber Lee
Lesli Luckett
Melissa McArdle
Katie McKenna
Jennifer Meredith
Emily Patton
Mandi Peak
Cheryl Pfennig
Jodee Pride
AH Rechtin
Nichole Rose
Cynthia Ruckno
Amie Sells
Molly Kovacs Shewmaker Vanessa Slagle
Tara Sorace
Ashley Wall
Brooke Wesley
Krista Winters
Patty Nelson Wolpert
K A P P A O M I C R O N
Rhodes College
WHEAT CLUB
Martha Cage Edge
Frances Crouch Perkins
SPONSOR
Helen Deupree Brandon Iolis Robbins Carruthers Heather Stewart Cook
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Ann Dewar Blecken Laura Lake Saunders Betty Schneider Williams
FRIEND
Rachel Allen Tiffany Andresen Michelle Angel Jessica Anschutz Patricia Brasfield Allison Dalton Suzanne Fournier Katie Franklin
Jennifer Jenson Stefanie Johnson Catherine Jones Elizabeth Lowe Sally Mercer Shelley Miller Hunter Phillips Cindy Roberts Carrie Wright
KAPPA PHI
McGill University
PEARL CLUB
Joan Deathe MacCallum
SPONSOR
Karen Hall Moon
FRIEND
Tracey LaPierre Helen Megan
KAPPA PI
Ohio Northern University
ROSE CLUB
Pamela Norton Starr
WHEAT CLUB
Rebecca Piazza Morris
Lori Williamson Nelson
SPONSOR
Karen Grane
Jane Mowder
Connie Puterbaugh Sweet
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Nancy Cunningham Fenner Lori Rappach Gennotti Michelle Krietemeyer
FRIEND
Joan Pais Gardiner Kristina Sell Kiene Heidi Snow
Stacy Adams Wall
The committee reviews materials in preparation f o r the Silver Anniversary Celebration and plans t o raise an additional $100,000 f o r the General Endowment and the Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Endowment, l-r: Barbara Hunt; Mary Ann Jenkins, Chair;
Jackie Niedermeier; Frankie Nordlund.
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KAPPA
RHO
KAPPA THETA
University of California Los Angeles
RUBY CLUB
Thelma Culverson
PEARL CLUB
Jane Campion Leininger
ROSE CLUB
Beryl Arbit
Mary Leigh Watters Blek Polly King Clark
Patricia Eggers Gerty
WHEAT CLUB
Mary Watkins Cullom Sharon Clark Gayton Judy Hasche
Shirley Keyes Hastings Dorothy Baldwin Heide Jean Cook Sleinberger Karen Van Dyke Watson Elizabeth Smith Wright
SPONSOR
Gloria Regal Blake Gretchen Kumnick Byron Barbara Ryan Dunham Florence Peterson Holden Audrey Telley Jonas-Strutt Lois Martin
Karran Perk Richards Marion Elliott Smith Susan Canby Turquand
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Angela Tosti Brazeal Kay Dooly Daugherty Carole Bloom Dovala Gloria Murphy Pena Vickie Neuvert Peters Virginia Stanton Upham
FRIEND
Mary Lawrence Charles Shirley Combs Considine Carol Jahn Simpson
LAMBDA
Stanford University
PI CIRCLE
June Miller Lighty
ROSE CLUB
Helene Wilkens Bartig Marjorie Schlichlmann Herrero Evelyn Pleasant Johnson
WHEAT CLUB
Jacquelyn Cannon Bonnett
Jean Hiler Maroder
SPONSOR
Barbara Odenheimer Dority Marny Say Jones
Martha Shutts Orr
LAMBDA BETA
California State University Long Beach
PI CIRCLE
Elizabeth Craig Amundson
Caroline Craig Lazzara
ROSE CLUB
Winona Johnson-Harding
WHEAT CLUB
Tracy Crandall
Lynnette White McMahon April Ringwald Monroe Juliana Doran Springer
GIVING LEVELS
Founders'Circle..$100,000+ AlphaCircle $50,000+ OmicronCircle.... $25,000+
Western Michigan University
ROSE CLUB
Charlotte LeVecque Rosemary Malish
Robbi Ruth Peterson Angeline Spehar Zantjer
WHEAT CLUB
Susan Fairchild Davidson Ann Laurimore
Doris Cline McKenzie
Pi Circle
Ruby Cl ub
Pearl Club
Rose Club
Wheat Club
Sponsor
Sustaining Member ...$125+ Friend Up to $124 * Denotes Deceased Member
$10,000+ $ 5 , 0 0 0 + $2,500 + $1,000+
$500+ $250+


SPONSOR
Stacy Chaplin Bogin Marian Riegel Drum Heidi Morrison Gould Irene Johnson
Jodi Masumoto
Joan Griffin Russell
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Kim Bradley
Karen Courtney Eckelbarger Katie Alkire Farmer
Dawn Nelsen
Wendy Mayo Wang
Theresa Woo
FRIEND
Ramona Cantrell
Norma Carrillo
June Cierpial Collins
Beth D'Alessandro
Boualoy Sengchanthalangsy
Dayton
Alyssa Draper
Christine Evans
Diana Fernandez
Maureen Hernandez Michelle Thompson Landrith Gloria Tillman Markussen Michelle Mound Molino Amy Nusser
Ami Orcutt
Lynsey Salsbury
Gisella Soto
Donna McCombs Taylor Lisa Flournoy Weiss
Maria Farago West
LAMBDA CHI
LaGrange College
FRIEND
Carol Armstrong Beard Stacy Gorman
Ansley Harvey
LAMBDA ETA
Grand Valley State University
SPONSOR
Heather Wilson Hill
FRIEND
Kerry Rothfuchs Ferrone Serena Hartsell
Sara Tilli
LAMBDA IOTA
University of California San Diego
ROSE CLUB
Bobbe Chilcote Monteleone
SPONSOR
Lori Curci-Reed Laura Bloom Doyle Tracy Emper Kunkel Michelle Merwitzer Stephanie Putnoky Susan Stone
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jill Eggebraaten Delorey Laurel Latto
Kristen Peterson
FRIEND
Celeste Musick
Angela Noble
Margaret Shank Sivertsen
ROSE CLUB
Donna Gude Barwick Katy Cox Johnson Betty Long Mathis Fifi Lamas Menzelos Joyce Morway
Anne Wooten Ruzic
Lois Johnson Shortt
WHEAT CLUB
Caroline Hargrove Adams Carol Hendon Cain
Chris Collier Campbell Stacy Ayers Chick
Marty Leonard Harrison Karen Pope Hart Cathryn Henry Krohn Elizabeth Conaway Ruh Peggy Scott Spiilane
SPONSOR
Marie Shirley Binder Dorothy Ayers Compton Jennifer Harden Green Rhonda McLean Holmes Louise Leonard
Ceci Shook McAuliffe Wendy Bowen Mykyten Tammy Williams Perkins Lisa Whitten Powell
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Margaret Benefield Bohn Jenny Neal Duffcy
Irene Williams Jones
Marnc Gfroerer Matthews Amy Vander Gheynst Nixon Betsy Richwine
Vicki Mayfield Swenson Julie Mickle Wade Susan Finger Wiedeman
FRIEND
Natalie Balyo
Carrie Brady
Virginia Budd
Melissa Cain
Donna Day Gallman Glorana Ghegan
Edith Heston Harmon Elizabeth Leonard Headley Stephanie Triplitt Jordan
FRIEND
Jeneen Jarrelte
Hope LeBlanc Knijn Jessica Lawrence
LAMBDA UPSILON
WHEAT CLUB
Patricia Sample Bendall Susan Bonifield Rosemary Stoltz Hill Rita Johnson
Phyllis Grant Phillips-Taylor
SPONSOR
Yancey Mason Harrington Lois LaFollette Lewis
Kaye Brown Martin
Heidi Herlong McFarlin Anne Dauenhauer McLaughlii Sharon Reece Neff
Linda Price Sullivan
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Victoria Hammack Brooke Beard Melton Jamie Whittington
FRIEND
Kelly Allison
Tracy Beecham Nikki Bender Leslie Bowers
Kim Franks Brooks
LAMBDAPHI
University of Wisconsin Whitewater
SPONSOR
Mary Steele Bixby
FRIEND
Jo Ann Strehlow Walker LAMBDA SIGMA
University of Georgia
PI CIRCLE
Dorothy Waters Williams
PEARL CLUB
Judith Bagby
Melanie Nixon Doyle
Judy O'Neill Benedict
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Marina Longenecker Quintana
FRIEND
Andrea Vardaro
MU LAMBDA
Rollins College
FRIEND
Meghan Sheleg Emme Simpkins
Lehigh
SPONSOR
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COLLEGIATE CHAPTER DONORS 2001-2002
Collegiate Chapters that made a Foundation gift during the fiscal year are listed in order of chapter's "lifetime" accumulated giving total.
WHAT I VALUE MOST ABOUT THE AOII FOUNDATION...
is the compassionate support available through the Ruby Fund, support given by sisters who will never know the recipient. For example, a sister whose adjusted gross income was less than $7000 per year was having a very difficult time. She had contacted senior services and the local government agencies for help and had
received some assistance in reduced taxes and dental care. She suffers from Rheumatoid Arthritis and has hadfour hip replacements over the years. Her clothing came from thrift stores. A Ruby Fund grant provided her with funds to meet some immediate needs."
Audrey Hopkins, UPSILON, RUBY FUND CHAIR RUBY FUND GRANTS TO SISTERS IN DIRE NEED
FOUNDERS'CIRCLE
$100,000 to $149,999
Delta Delta
ALPHA CIRCLE
$50,000 to $99,999
Lambda Sigma Kappa Kappa lota Sigma Rho Omicron
OMICRON CIRCLE
$25,000 to $49,999
Epsilon Alpha Alpha Chi
Tau Omicron Delta Omega Gamma Omicron Zeta
Nu Omicron Kappa Tau Phi Upsilon lota
PI CIRCLE
$10,000 to $24,999
Phi Sigma
Sigma Omicron Gamma Sigma Delta Sigma
Tau Delta
Chi Lambda Kappa Alpha Gamma Alpha Epsilon Omega Omega
Nu Beta
Sigma
Sigma Phi Lambda Upsilon Epsilon Chi
Tau
RUBY CLUB
$5,000 to $9,999
Theta Psi Lambda Beta Zeta Psi
Chi Delta
Pi Delta Alpha Psi Lambda Eta Gamma Theta Delta Pi Alpha Phi Delta
Delta Epsilon Kappa Omega Theta Omega Omega Omicron Kappa Lambda Tau Gamma
Tau Lambda
PEARL CLUB
$2,500to $4,999
Tau Omega Alpha Theta Kappa Rho Kappa Sigma
Theta Chi Sigma Delta Sigma Chi Chi Epsilon
ROSE CLUB
$1,000 to $2,499
Kappa Omicron Epsilon Sigma
WHEAT CLUB
$500 to $999
Delta Rho
Katie Mathis
Jesalyn Parham McCurry Megan Tiller McDerby Cassie Hail McGill Paige Putnam Teague Judy Neidlingcr W aters
LAMBDATAU
University of Louisiana at Monroe
PEARL CLUB
Tamee Dark
WHEAT CLUB
Trina Olszewski Mayo Lori Roberts Miller Kathy Brakefield Sowell Lois Klemme Theriot Ann White
Elise Rawson Wyatt
SPONSOR
Paula Bourgeois Daigle Rhonda Beavers Evans Penny Weaver Hakim Evelyn Redding Zagone
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Karen Shinn Bassett Theresa Gregorio-Torres Anna Guerra
Eloise Stanhope
TOTALED $22,000.
NU
New York University
ROSE CLUB
Elizabeth Rennmann Chisholm*
WHEAT CLUB
Miriam Paliwoda Moody
SPONSOR
Mabel Anderson Mclndoe Virginia Behan Mills Dorothy Meisel Partridge
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Mary DeNiff
Helen Bell Dodds
Grace Campisi Giacobone
NU BETA
University of Mississippi
OMICRON CIRCLE
Frankie Frazier Nordlund
ROSE CLUB
Mary Elizabeth Barrett Kelli Daniels Harris Kitty St John Hinds Laura Justice
Jeanne Carter Luckey Judy Thompson Moore Lisa Brown Pearson
Jennifer Hayes Bubrig Alicia Cole
Camille Collins Jennifer Crain
Lisa Logan Erhardt
Elaine Poynter Ewing Angela Kramer Fitzmorris Ashley Harwell
J-Jaye Shackelford Hurley Cindy Jones
Donna Jones
lngrid Jorgensen
Lana Kreis
Ashley Lamm
Stacy Mahr
Corby Mason
Mariah Mavromatis
Jodie McFerrin
Margaux Viox McGlasson Molly Petersen
Alexa Prince
Caroline Roussel
Sarah Scheldt
Lesley Schwalenberg Rebecca Skinner
Kelly Smith
Lori Ward Smith
Shelley Straker
Kelly Ware
Sarah Williams


THE 1897 CLUB T h e 1897 Club recognizes young alumnae who give S18.97 o r more annually during the first three years after graduation. Thanks to these 1897 Club members who donated during 2001-2002.
Katie Woods McClendon Siobhan McLaughlin-Lesley Mary Riley Michel
Martha Peeler Moore Patricia Burnett Rhodes Sara West Robertson Stephanie Crews Sundock Virginia Osborn Warner Betty Brunncr Williford
SPONSOR
Gayle Grizzard Allen
Lucy Mack Barrett
Pamela Bell Barth
Dani Chadwick Beasley Hayden Dyer Behnke
Sue McCown Clark Catherine Cox
Katharine Bankston Cross Kay Tibbals Davenport Nancy Whitehurst Goggans Ashley LaRoche Heeren Elizabeth Huppler Lee Amie Boyd Marks Margaret Milam
Frances Miller Owen Alice Taylor Parks Carol Armistead Parrent Susan Pinckernell
Gail Sweeney Pruette
Ann Dejournette Rounsevell Rebecca Lasley Sawyer Jenny Shapiro
Jane Smallwood Stearns Margaret McKeel Tate
Joan Mcintosh Van Hulzen Beverly Cate Wailes
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Melinda Ford Bourne Joy Bradley Brenzel Mary Rust Ellis Laurie Fisher
Marcia Parra Kucaba
Linda Shipman Landgraf Martha West Lawrence Manerva Clements Lescher Gwen Shipp Moore
Sarah Parker Peay
Amanda Dickinson
Pommerenck
Rena Dreskin Schoenberg Fran Lindsey Tartaglione Cathy Albright Turner Ann Easley Vickers
FRIEND
Jennifer Alexander Andrea Beck Chelsea Bond Sarah Bright
Sara Copeland
Elizabeth Cox
Barbara Woodard Crawford Jan Gates Davis
Carrie Mills DeLong Cynthia Dougan
Meredith Anne Higgs
Kate Hortberg
Angela Kimbrell
Kristin King
Margery Maxwell
Clare Hebum Michels Stacey Schrecengost
Miller Sherling
Susan Tucker
Samantha Tyson
Carey linger
Leana Wallace
Marya Wegenka
Jodi Wright
Jill Benesh Young
Kristin Zaleuke
Arina Zonnenberg
NU SIGMA
Parsons College
PEARL CLUB
Phyllis Hobbs Cauffiel
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Karen Fleischer Steigmann Carol Strong
OMEGA
Miami University- Pi CIRCLE
Carol Miller Stevenson
ROSE CLUB
Linda Fitzgerald Molly Boles Folken Frances Boolhe Kende Rita Karrick Strebel
WHEAT CLUB
Ruth Kugele Baker
Estelle Carrel Baldwin Dorothy Taylor Begovich Judy Eschmeyer Evans Denise Hewitt Fargo
Alice Peterson Harrison Susan Davies Holtkamp Carol Fiala Jacob
Cynthia Green Kronemyer Kay Lockridge
Nancy Shanks Marburger Naomi Giffin McPherson Sandra Merry Nix
Gail Saville O'Brien
Marny Snyder Petersen Ruth Brandeberry Schaffner Aurora Toth
SPONSOR
Margie Struble Arnold
Anne Stone Bandi
Penny Dunfee Blankenship Sandra Sommer Dominick Nancy McConnaughy Ehrman Virginia Weyman Getter Bettie Boesche Keating Sharon Lowry Lang
Olive Jones Miller
Mary Lou Wheeler Omeis Frances Cenfield Pugh Marilyn Zielke Sweeney Dionn Tron
Laurelie Wysocki Wallace Krista Malmquist Whipple Joyce Gmber Williams
GIVING LEVELS
FoundetfCircle..$100,000+ AlphaCircle $50,000+ OmicronCircle.... $25,000+
Kelly Abbott
Rachel Allen
Tiffany Andresen
Jessica Anschutz
Leslie Gordon Armstrong Alison Tribble Bachus Heather Bandy
Carrie Barnes
Jamie Baucum
Sandy Heil Bauer
Andrea Beck
Amy Brown Beers
Amy B e r m a n
Chelsea Bond
Tabitha Boyd
Elizabeth Matheney Bradley Kimberly Day Brooks
Sherri Brown
Micah Ragusa Bujol
Heather Burkcen
Amanda Killingsworth Byles Melissa Cain
Lisa Camera
Victoria Caplick
Krystin Caughie
Farrah Cerrentano
Erin Clem
Ashley Cooper
Cami Craig
Kristyl Cuenca
Kristyn Czarnecki
Kate Dauksch
NU DELTA
Canisius College
SPONSOR
Angelique Hosteller Schweikowsky
FRIEND
Karen Beyea
Heidi Schmalheiser Butler Kate Kinney
NUIOTA
Northern Illinois University
PI CIRCLE
Anonymous
RUBY CLUB
Carolyn Wartinbee
ROSE CLUB
Kathleen Conver
Linda Schwartz Grandolfo Paula Mudge LeRoy
WHEAT CLUB
Audrael Tremblay Chiricotti Bettie Griffin Hasser
Judy Young Huss
Janet Bong Lockhart
Marcia Davis Moser Barbara Pautz Murray
Jan Luksic Skeldon Cindy Sleckel
Nancy Wargo
Cynthia Paul Wayland
SPONSOR
Judith Kosmak Kolstad Jennifer Obirek
Marilynn Pemberlon Schroeder
Morgan Davidson Whitney Potter Davis Leigh Demshar
Laura Jones Dunlap Becky Ellis
Jennifer Emerson
Kerry Rothfuchs Ferrone Andrea Fischer
Kealie Frazier
Rebecca Gillespie
Rebekah Gor don
Kelly Grady
Michele Miller Grady
Holly Hamilton Greenston Ethnie Groves
Jennifer Grundman
Kathryn Guest
Julie Olszewski Halaris
Kim Hanson
Lindsay Hart
Serena Hartsell
Melissa Parsons Healy Tiffany Ciperski Hecker Jennifer Miller Hendrickson Anne Henze
Mandy Hughes
Meghann Hyland
Maria Ivers
Stefanie Johnson
Stephanie Triplitt Jordan
Jill Kaplan
Stephanie Curton Kenley
Marilyn Scola Smiley Jenny Smith
Janice Wostratzky Voight
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Patricia Annen Broggi Carol Relfson Frogue Ardeen Weil Hoke Claudia McCaffrey Howe Donna Brelos Husen Anita Ebert Juengling Claudia Cieciwa McGrath Jamie Fruguglietti Neprud Susan Poczekaj Trump Christine Zielinski
FRIEND
Margi Delgado
Angie Dimmig
Evelyn Gaudutis
Jamie Seiler Gunter Patricia Deddo Halibozek Shari Blumhoff Kagan April Keaton
Karen Matthews
Tameka McGee
Jennifer McGinnis
Kate Moritz
Tiffany Moyer
Courtney Nichols
Carrie Osmun
Michelle Rasmussen Charlotte Kuebker Rcnehan Alii Rennick
Samantha Schnake Sara Vieck
Wendy Wahlquist
Mandy Sanders Kilpatrick Angela Kirkman-Johnson Lori Klinedinst
Myra Kong
Angel Kosmicki Jennifer Kremer
Brie Grimaldi Lang Suzanne Brown Link Dana Longinetti Katie McKenna Sally Mercer
Lisa Merlo Michelle Morales Katherine Moritz Jennifer Mundy Kristen Nastasia Leigh Newlands Amy Nusser
Traci Petrucciani Hunter Phillips Kelly Piasecki Christie Pinney Kristin Poche
Kelly Carson Ralph Erin Ray
Suzanne Rian Meredith Richards Betsy Richwine Nancy Riley
Allie Rockwood Julia Saldana Denise Sanchez
NU LAMBDA
University of Southern California
ROSE CLUB
Betty Odenheimer Akins WillaO'Day Olsen
Carol Emmerling Sawyer Gail Sullivan
Nancy Schrader Young
WHEAT CLUB
Mallory Prcstlien Cangialosi B J George Chandler
Janie Kesling Crawford Kimberly Fry Ditmar Juanita Sakajian Haugen Dorothy Keen Robinson Elizabeth Abbott Siegmund Nancy Bates-Lane Yankura
SPONSOR
Marilyn Beaudry-Corbett Penne Benson Ferrell Radene Gordon-Beck
Jan Heide
Darlene Hall Jackson
Daisy Comer Knudsen
Genie Tripp Lownsdale Monique Ansolabehere Roberts Elizabeth Wannamaker Werhel Diana Welch Worthington
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Susan Niemi Feldman Cynthia Nolling Krol Virginia McGurty Michael Lisbeth Butler Prows
Anne Hattery Stevens Helen Waterbury
Pi Circle
Ruby Cl ub
Pearl Club
Rose Club
Wheat Club
Sponsor $250+ Sustaining Member... $ 125+ Friend Up to $124 * Denotes Deceased Member
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Ruby Sarabia
Mindy Schaefer
Lara Schaller
Suzanne Shields Christie Herring Shrader Christie Smith
Alexia Mueller Soukup Kim Speorl
Emily Stage
Kelley Stall
Kristen Stathis
Emily Stewart
Sharon Stowe
Kristen Sweeney
Julie Szczechowski Veronica McGhee Taylor Paige Putnam Teague Michal Temkin
Anita Hylton Thompson Lesley Tragesser
Alicia Cook Traviss Ashley Kensrue Tyson Samantha Tyson
Heather Verstreate Kiyoko Walker-DuLac Ashley Wall
Jennifer Walls
Riley Weber
Gina Sorbo Williams Melissa Freeman Wyatt Dominique Zewde Arina Zonnenberg
FRIEND
Lynn Bull Boozer MaryLou Ford Falkard Jill Wilmoulh Hewicker Carrol McElroy Irwin Elinor Russell Keller Beverly Bell Marks Carolyn Haase Mayes Joan Mannix Neckerman Dorothy Johnson Paulson Heather Haugen Rizzoli
NU OMICRON
Vanderbilt University
PEARL CLUB
Marianna McAllister LaRue
Mary Louise Lakoff McMillan
ROSE CLUB
Alice Ann Vaughan Barge
Jean Whorley Tripp
WHEAT CLUB
Mary Dorris Adair
Joy Murphy Adams
Anne Cowen Beauchamp Anne Meeks Davis
Susan Thompson Derryberry Mildred Derryberry Dodd Julie Martin Efferson
Jane Menendez Fall
Patricia Simpkins Garman Barbara Dunn Hack
Edna Bryant Hastings Virginia Carson Hofstetter Irene Koerner
Shea Hipp Kuhn
Katie Walsh Lloyd
$10,000+ $ 5 , 0 0 0 + $2,500+ $1,000 +
$500+


SUSTAINING MEMBER
Barb Jones Amato
Jean Daugherty Beckdahl Jeanne Grigsby Book waiter Barbara Yost Dodd Meredith Jones Galeano Susan Palombo Groth Barbara Durr Graver Melissa Parsons Healy Mary Hesson
Frances Page Porter
Mary Lou Caldwell Pross Marjorie Newell Radow Martha Pontius Shablesky Beverly Fischer Stevenson
FRIEND
Shirley MacLean Aiken Alicia Bachardy Dorothy Blacketer Sabrina Byram
Geri Core
Andrea DiGiannantonio Katie Earl
Jenny Eberhardt
Rachel Ebert
Amy Fisher
Shelly Grossenbacher Jennifer Miller Hendrickson Lou Harris Hobbs
Debra Stevens Jacobson Stacy Johnson
Laura Johnston
Crystal Lee
Missy Matre
Beth Maxwell
Nancy Bach Mayfield Mind)' McClanahan
Nina Hale McGory
Laura O'Neill
Anne Oskin
Stephanie Palmquist
Brooke Paul
Jackie Pederson
Kelly Peters
Lisa Riley
Jeanne McVicker Rinal Emily Rumpke
Shannon Sieve
Becky Turek
Heather Scherpenberg
Verstreate Laurelie Wallace Laurel Whall
OMEGA OMICRON
Lambuth University
WHEAT CLUB
Betsy Clayton Heaberg
SPONSOR
Mildred Harris
Ann Myers Lowery Rebecca Anthony Smith Rheaetta Farrar Wilson
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Janna Warren Heliums Vauneida Henton Elizabeth Moore Keltner Anne Hayes Lulloff Mary Taylor McClellan Anita High Myers
FRIEND
Brooke Birdsong
Amy DuffBonner Ashley Cooper
Cami Craig
Kandice Miller
Kristy Dyer Sherrod Amanda Russell Smith Rebecca Smith Truett
OMEGA UPSILON
Ohio University
WHEAT CLUB
Stacia Waltz
FRIEND
Mandi Acconcia AmberArden Kaytee Barnes Gina Basich
Sarah Betteker Kim Bianchi Missy Candela Krystin Caughie Laura Clark
Ashly DeBlasis Abbi Failla Jennifer Fangmann Rachel Farler Kelly Flower Meredith Fouts Tamara Hagerty Lisa Hutchinson Becky Keefer
Julia Keith Amanda Kinseth Meghan LeBlanc Rachel Lewis Leah McDonald Ashlea Morrison Beth Nelson
Lori O'Renic Teen a Parker Mary Petersen Kristin Puntenney Allison Rench Jess Robb Jennifer Saxe Amy Schick
PRESIDENT'S
Holly Seckinger Heather Sprinzl Emily Stage Laura Ultsch Lisa Viancourt
OMEGA X I
Morehead State University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Betsy Payne Watson
FRIEND
Deborah Parsons Castle OMICRON
University of Tennessee Knoxville
PI CIRCLE
Anne Witt Allison
PEARL CLUB
Linda Hendrixson Fuson
ROSE CLUB
Nancy Dickson Compton Joan Moore Hancock Missy Walsh Pittman Ruby Lawson Robertson Carol Ann Leslie Wilson
WHEAT CLUB
Chris Abbay
Julie Martin Altenbach Jan Carpenter
Laura Nichols Lipscomb Joy Warren Matthews Donna Miles McCollum Leslee Donnell Renner Lois Littlefieid Tarwater Sherry Fisher Tarwater Lois Randall Taylor
SPONSOR
Virginia Jones Arnold Sandra Kohlhase Bishop Lina Matthews Bowyer Mary Curry Burnett Phyllis Wright Hill Jewell Holtsinger Hodge Kay Carpenter Jowers
2001-2002
WHAT I VALUE MOST ABOUT THE A0I1 FOUNDATION...
is the opportunity it gives me to return the favor. In some small way each year I am able to help young women at a most meaningful time in their lives. Women before me built the strong value system ofAOIIfor me.Iwanttomakesureitis
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CLUB
President s Club members donate $1000 or more to the Foundation on anannual basis. Donors may make a single gift or multiple smaller gifts throughout the rear.
Betty Odenheimer Akins Rene Strong Fitzgerald Masters o f Design Anne Witt Allison Gayle Fitzpatrick Ruth Ellis McKeown
Elizabelh Craig Amundson Margaret Damon Goodlund Phyllis Burns Neidhardt
Bank of America Ginger Banks
Rosalie Gorham Barber Patricia Belois
Suzanne Inabnit Bowman Julie Brining
Janet Jurenko Brown Kathleen Oliver Busch Melissa Courson Carson Phyllis Hobbs Caufliel Polly King Clark
Jennifer Waddle Greulich Jacqueline Uecker Guiser Kimbcrly Campbell Hamilton Debora Dellinger Harllee Mary Anderson Hilton Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins Barbara Daugs Hunt
Rita Conway Hurtt Anonymous
Mary Ann Davies Jenkins Kathryn Ann Jensen
Carole Jurenko Jones
John A & Ruth R Jurenko Marianna McAllister LaRue
Lisa Niedenihal
Frankie Frazier Nordlund Roberta Halvorson O'Neal Kathryn Aungst Reed Marjorie Hunt Sanders ingrid Latimer Schulz Margaret Dorr Schutt
Jean Marcy Sells
Steven E Short
Bobby Stanton
Carol Miller Stevenson Janette Breckenridge Tessmer Dian Poole Volkmer
Sally Wagaman
Carolyn Wartinbee
Phyllis Arner Westerman Joanne Ross Wilder Dorothy Waters Williams Mary McCammon Williams
Copy Solutions - Inc
ThelmaCulverson
Susan Danko
Tamee Dark
Jacquelyn Struble Dinwiddie Janet Osgood Lawson
Frances Dodds
Melanie Nixon Doyle Elaine DeFrances Ellis Kathryn Tribbey Fitzgerald
Lee - Danner & Bass - Inc. June Miller Lighty
Joan Deathe MacCallum Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy
there for future
generations."
Anne Witt Allison, OMICRON ALUMNAE DONORS CONTRIBUTED OVER $198,000 IN
2001-2002 TO THE ANNUAL LOYALTY FUND CAMPAIGN.
Sue Workman McDearman Margaret Mcllwaine Peacock Gloria Walker Reed Constance Bufkin Rizner
Joy Phifer Rogers Margaret Waller Virginia Fisher White
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Helen Sehorn Bryan
Amy Stevenson Cathey Sandra Duncan
Annabell Ailor Harr Margaret Anderson Johnson Barbara Cargile Kidwell Katherine Quillen Miller Leigh Pitts
Mary Beth Chunn West
FRIEND
Holly Anderson Beth Barnes Dottie Brown Carrie Buckner Anna Burck Elizabeth Burgess Kacee Clement Allison Gift Melissa Cobble Cyndi Colgan
Ashley Cullaty
Whitney Potter Davis Tinsley Ann Ellison
Lee Johnson
Sarah Jones
Melissa Smalling Mahan Ashley Martin
Brittany Miller
Melanie Pickett
Sara Poltinger
Stephanie Ramsey Meredith Richards
Amy Ridgell
Jennie Roberts
Kelley Kirkland Rowland Cassie Scott
Emily Stewart
Rachel Tegano
Christina Vtckers
Melissa Freeman Wyatt
OMICRON PI
University of Michigan
PI CIRCLE
Janet Osgood Lawson
RUBY CLUB
Jeanne Lindsey Buller
ROSE CLUB
Herminia Perez Bierema Margaret Triplelt Bixler Sarah Burroughs
Mary Kokales Tower Virginia Weadock
WHEAT CLUB
Nancy Jach Aupperle Margaret Schalk Barnelt Theodora Maytag Blumberg Doris Eash Harrison
Carol McMacken Hcnnecke Carol Sue Ivory-Carline Sally Eckwall Jarvis Pamela Smith Mooradian Fern Wunluck Spooner Marion Stepanauskas Yuhn
SPONSOR
Carol Callanan-Uhl
Susan Dickson
Christine Kaczmareck Graham Virginia Kern Heymoss Wanda Walgenbach Jacobson Yvonne Johnson
Cindy Zehner Kendall
Joan Higgins Kendzior DianaKhachaturian
Diana Kunkel
Judith Blackburn Phillips Katherine McConkey Quale Elizabeth Taylor Walle
Lora Wheeler Wever
Mary Gordon Widrig Patricia Kowalchuk Wilson
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Roberta Sommer Chappell Muriel Keltner King
Patricia Johnston Matthews Elizabeth Hemenger McCoy Janet Ross Mott
Anne Hepler Penny
FRIEND
Judy Lindow Adams Marilyn Eberlein Andreini Derilh Lane Garrison Kathleen Balcer Messner Michele Clemmons Phillips Mary Kierdorf Sloss Jennifer Brooks Strezo Maxine Wolfe Swanson Altha De Cavitte Wargelin Susan Ripson Zimmerman
PHI
University of Kansas
RUBY CLUB
Mary McCammon Williams
PEARL CLUB
Beverly Emerson Locke
ROSE CLUB
Ann Schmidt Lampe
WHEAT CLUB
Janelha Schmalzried Girotto Ellen Hanes
Jo Mohri Hansan
Deborah Headley Johanning Veda Russell Lewis
SPONSOR
Palricia Young Barrett Nancy Rehfeld Clinton Mary Gilles Johnson Priscilla Schartz Kannarr Kay Kenyon Shiner Lynne Tholen
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Dianne Rinker Chiltis Kristin George MeJania Harris DeAnna Hensley
Ann Petersen Howel Laurie Novascone Labarca Elyse Gundersen McBride Cherie Wray Smith
Norma Deem Wilmuth
FRIEND
Ann Suner Anthan Jennifer Hanson AnitaMunfordWard


ALUMNAE CHAPTER DONORS 2001-2002 Alumnae Chapters that made a Foundation gift
PHI LAMBDA
Youngstown State University
ROSE CLUB
Patricia McAtee McNicholas
WHEAT CLUB
Karen Snyder Galehan
Gini Krupa Shaw
SPONSOR
Rosemary Donahue Moore PHI OMICRON
Hanover College
ROSE CLUB
Barbara Kryter Ackerman Karen Parson
Virginia Hayworth Wilcox
SPONSOR
Dorothy Pickens Addison Barbara Eskew Cannon Sara Brown Reidel
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Deborah Wisner Bunger Margery Zeller Gillum Mildred Lemen
FRIEND
Sue Pyle Bradley
Millicent Milakovic Mitchell
PHI SIGMA
University of Nebraska Kearney
ROSE CLUB
Lisa Dutt
WHEAT CLUB
Linda Wessels Troester
SPONSOR
Cindy Shada Burns Linda Westman Collins Mary Newlon Harms
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Emily Classen Bahl Jodi Boughtin
Maria Ivers
Vicki Fintel Knowles JenniferStarmer
FRIEND
Bridget Abboud
Jean Kaer Barry
Mary Classen
Jen Clausen
Kathy Paprocki Dimmitt Nichol Doney
Angela Fanoele Mackenzie Green
Ginger Iwan
Amy Johnson
Angel Kusek Kosmicki Ronelle Kubicek Krenke Carol Swanson Lindstrom Kara Meinke
Kelly Morris
Elaine Nelson
Kathleen Johnson Nielsen Brianne Reynolds
Dani Riley
Abby Rose
Sarah Roth
Lauren Sedlacek
Valerie Steinwart
Joyce Bryan Strout
PHI UPSILON
Purdue University
RUBY CLUB
Susan Danko
Renee Pugh Smith
PEARL CLUB
Louanne Watson Condreay Tricia High Conover
Mary Hoffer Eagin
ROSE CLUB
Laura Kummerer Clegg Jane Geiger Niemeier Judith Saxton
WHEAT CLUB
Nancy Perko Bussing Dianne Boggess Fullam Angie Hirsch Holman Sandra Wagner Mitton Jennifer Spencer Pitcher
SPONSOR
Charlene Thoman Campbell Judi Von Dielingen Clark Libby Peterson Eisele Leslie Welch Pohli Stephanie Hockema Rasich Louise Ristow
Lisa Hershman Schwartz
Nancy Schulze Tellor
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Peggy Berchekas Clark Angela McClure
Sandra Zwierzynski Norris Anne Williams Smith
FRIEND
Emily Brink
Erin Clem
Dawn Lenz
Emily Marek Montgomery Kristine Frasier Mueller Jenny Nellans
Amanda Grose Rickard Julie Simon
Lesley Tragesser Andrea Treml
Misty Wade
Karen Lazzaro Weaver
PI
Tulane University
PEARL CLUB
Sky Ruhlman Louapre
ROSE CLUB
Gayle Marschall Cosgrove
WHEAT CLUB
Amber Williams
SPONSOR
Cathlene Campbell Azrak Suzanne Rogers Bainbridge Cheryl Palermo Gullo Catherine Hodges Hamilton Violet Hardtner Howell Patricia Reinerth Reed
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Beth DeVeer
FRIEND
Merle Albeit Segura Fradell Weinslein Serpe
GIVING LEVELS
Founders'Circle.. 5100,000+ Alpha Circle $50,000 + Omicron Circle.... $25,000 +
during the fiscal year are listed in order of chapter's "LIFETIME"
accumulated giving total.
San Fernando Valley, CA San Mateo, CA
South Bay/Palos Verdes, CA State College, PA
Tampa Bay, FL Toronto, Ontario
WHEAT CLUB
$500 to $999
Bucks Co., PA
Buffalo, NY
Chicago South Suburban, IL Greater Pensacola, FL Greater Tarrant County, TX Hilton Head, SC Jacksonville, FL
Lake Co, IL
Northern Kentucky
Ottawa, Ontario
Pocatello, ID
Sacramento Valley, CA
SPONSOR
$250 to $499
Greater Miami, FL Jersey Shore, NJ Napa Valley, CA Suburban Maryland
Williamsburg, VA Winston-Salem, NC
SUSTAINING MEMBER
$125 to $249
Denton Co., TX
Mobile, AL NewYorkCapitalRegion,NY Oxford, MS
Tuscaloosa, AL
FRIEND
UP TO$124
Columbia Basin, WA Greater Greenville, NC Greater Lee Co., FL Salt Lake City, UT
SPONSOR
Mary Ann Hunt Halvorson
Gretchen Beling Zollendeck
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Lynne Radtke Ferger
FRIEND
Irene Schneider-Steinborn PHI KAPPA
Morris Harvey College
RUBY CLUB
Mary Batman Converse
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Diane Clements Mary Hague Girod
OMICRON CIRCLE
$25,000 to $49,999
Southern Orange Co., CA
PI CIRCLE
$10,000 to $24,999
Atlanta, GA
Chicago West Suburban, IL Greater Los Angeles, CA Greater Pinellas, FL
Indianapolis, IN Macomb Co., MI Phoenix, AZ
San Diego, CA
RUBY CLUB
$5,000 to $9,999
Chicago Northwest Suburban, IL Dallas, TX
Dayton, OH
Huntsville, AL
Knoxville, TN Nashville Area, TN Orlando, FL
Palo Alto, CA
San Jose, CA Seattle, WA
St Louis, MO Toledo Area, OH
PEARL CLUB
$2,500 to $4,999
Baltimore, MD Bloomington, IN Bloomington-Normal, IL Chicago Area, IL Cleveland Area, OH Dearborn, MI
Detroit North Suburban, MI
Diablo Valley, CA
East Bay, CA
Evansville Tri-State, IN Fort Lauderdale, FL Greater Kansas City, MO
Houston, TX
Kentuckiana
Lexington, KY
Long Beach, CA Minneapolis /St Paul, MN Montgomery, AL
Northern Orange Co., CA Northern Virginia Philadelphia, PA Sarasota Area, FL Southern California Triangle, NC
Ventura Co., CA
ROSE CLUB
$1,000 to $2,499
Austin, TX
Baton Rouge, LA Bozeman, MT
Calgary, Alberta
Central New Jersey Champaign-Urbana, IL Charlotte, NC
Chicago City, IL DeKalb-Kane, IL
Greater Harrisburg, PA Greater Lafayette, LA Hammond Area, LA Jonesboro, AR
Las Vegas, NV
Lehigh Valley, PA
Little Rock, AR
Long Island, NY
Madison, WI
Monroe, LA
Montreal, Quebec
Muncie, IN
New York/New Jersey Metro New Orleans, LA
New York City Area, NY Palouse, WA
Piedmont, NC
Portland, OR
Rockford, IL
San Antonio, TX
PHI ALPHA
East TennesseeState University
ROSE CLUB
Sharon Crouch Liddell
Jean Seal
SPONSOR
Barbara Carmody Daniel
FRIEND
Sharon Russell PHI BETA
East Stroudsburg University
RUBY CLUB
Kim Carson McGowan
WHEAT CLUB
Shawn Menecl
SPONSOR
Judith Morrin Lee
Ann Sincavage McGlinchey Debra Xander O'Donnell Suzanne Yankiv Raphaels Lisa Springer Sneddon
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jaynellen Behre Jenkins
FRIEND
Janna Harris Kate Rittenhouse
PHI CHI
University of Chicago
WHEAT CLUB
Pamela Webb Mearsheimer
SPONSOR
Christina Tavares
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Connica Chatterjee
FRIEND
Vickie Caplick
Linda Vandaele DeCherrie Kerry Dutkus
Olga Gomer
Charna Widby
PHI DELTA
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
PI CIRCLE
Barbara Daugs Hunt
ROSE CLUB
Mary Hall
WHEAT CLUB
Lindy Motl Legener Alyson Dietzmann Zierdt
Pi Circle
Ruby Cl ub
Pearl Club
Rose Club
Wheat Club
Sponsor SustainingMember... $125+
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Friend
* Denotes
Upto S124
Member
Deceased
$10,000 + $ 5 , 0 0 0 + $2,500+ $1,000 +
$500 + $250+


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Melissa Krohn
Kim Linden
Leslie Ludington
Kelly Zimmerman McDaniel Lisa Miller
Prema Mirwani Cheryl Nusz Emily O'Neil Katie Pfaffmann Amanda Roche Liz Smith
Cara Staley Katie Strumpf Amy Taylor Jeannie Taylor Jill Thompson Louisa Visco Rachael Warren Liz Whittier Yael Zakai
PI KAPPA
University of Texas Austin
PI CIRCLE
Ginger Banks
Jo Beth Walling Heflin
RUBY CLUB
Rene Strong Fitzgerald
Martha Griffith Houston
ROSE CLUB
Judy Wright Rose
Gloria Cunningham Rowland
WHEAT CLUB
Jean Beshell Benton
Dana Adams Clark
Ruth Neel Miller
Geraldine Campbell Naschke
SPONSOR
Barbara Seim Campbell Phyllis Kemp Carter
PI ALPHA
University of Louisville
Emily Flachmeier Engel Gwyn McCullough Gillespie Sue Holland Mosser
Sheri Grimes Quick
Carolyn Stone Saxon
Edith Alexander Shields
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Ruth Ann Rumse Bandy Laura Baade Gracy Theda Nelson Hoyt Antoinette Tartaglia Post Barbara Going Willock
FRIEND
Rosemary Daniel Haley PI THETA
Florida International University
FRIEND
Michelle Franco Jessica Jamanca
PSI
University of Pennsylvania
WHEAT CLUB
Barbara Gilliland Johnson
Ida Freeborn Sellinger
SPONSOR
Johanna Carrozzino Adamczyk Carrael Gabriele Kaiser Katherine Knauss Lyons Elinor Fisher Shoop
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Marie Howard Brown Eleanor Holland
Joan Krause Simonin Trudy Slaven
FRIEND
Eleanor Beshgetoor DiLuigi Betty Franks Sykes
"WHAT I VALUE MOST ABOUT THE AOII FOUNDATION...
WHEAT CLUB • Tara Spencer Singer
is the support offered to
SPONSOR
Elaine Lamkin
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Kathy Shambo
FRIEND
Carrie Clark Hawkins Colleen Watson Marquette Sherri McDowell
Christin O'Bryan Pratt Deanna Marxian Tucker Gina Sorbo Williams Kristin Drown Wingfeld
PI DELTA
University of Maryland
RUBY CLUB
Joanne Ross Wilder
ROSE CLUB
Theresa Herring Hongell
WHEAT CLUB
Kerry Rulemiller Ates Pamela Bresnahan
Mary Farrington Chaney Edna Burnside Devereux Sally Bissell Ervin
Betty Jackson Frederick
Ellen Bradford Gladding
Jane Mooney McCarl
Irene Fredrickson Schumacher Helen Wollman Sheats Michael Ann Wells
SPONSOR
Betty Tovell Belt
Robin Epstein Elkinson Rene Kuhla Gleespen Beverly Huddleston Green Dolly Bryant Hammetl Kristine Coughlan Lisi Norma Kelley McDonald Helen McFerran
Nancy Rydell Richardson Diane Wells
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Gethine Williams Brown Lina Saum Burley
Lillian Hcndrickson Fisher Karla Krahnke Goodridge Cynthia Jones Kolencik Alexandra Cosgrove Mathers Laura Goode McArthur Shannon Keehn Merkle
FRIEND
Julia Barlipp
Koren Cohen
Rebecca Coralcs
Marisa D'Alessio
Sarah D'Orsie
Emily Dammeyer
Brooke Davis
Nicolia Demopoulos
Anna Edmonston
Karin Ernstedt
Bonnie Finlay
Alison Fiorelli
Leanne Gerstenfeld Kimberly Orlando Giffmes DanieiiaGopin
Laura Green Lynn Grode
TiffanyCiperski Hecker Amy House
Meghann Hyland Kathryn lannicelli Rachel Jackson
Amy Klempner
who have arthritis
children
and their families. AOII Foundation sponsored a
family to the AJAO conference. The daughter was recently diagnosed. They left the meeting with a sense of hope, under-
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Northwestern
PI CIRCLE
University
PEARL CLUB
Lois Falkner Griffith Nancy Moyer McCain Angela Serpe Metzger
ROSE CLUB
Barbara Cryer Bowermaster Tova Quist Craig
Lesley Dunn Ewald
Mary O'Connor Gadwell Ellen English Julian
Brooky Calhoun Zajac
WHEAT CLUB
Mona Broad Andreu Jeannette Cook Dahl Patricia Jonas Handtmann Caryl Waller Krueger Carolyn D'Eath McConnell Helen McMahon
Louise Rath Miget
Janet Thumm Spomer
Bonnie Jean Mondl Wolfgram
SPONSOR
Beata Abbs
Gayle Riepe Burnette Belle Chenault
Margaret Daly Hayes Vivian Ryser Jansen
Joan Hurst Moe
Millie Milam Murphy Jean Hendrick Novotny Merry Kay Johnson Opitz Queenie Broad Rosendahl Ellen Page Sarture
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Donna Ballou Benson
Valerie Christmann Burghard Elizabeth Gardner Dougherty Nancy Sutton Elson
Mary Thomas Fazzini
Dorothy Bartholomew Gustafson Jean Pancner-Lundberg
Carol Huber Von Hoist
Doris Anger Wagner
Shirley Jones Weismantel
FRIEND
Carol Briscoe
Georgiana Matus Macey
RHO BETA
Virginia Commonwealth University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Robin Till Conner
FRIEND
Robinnette Turner Wrobel RHO DELTA
Samford University
FRIEND
Emily Abney
Sherri Brown
Auneca Fain
Amanda Foster
Bashan Holt
Susan Kenoyer
Katie Tomlinson Lown Ashleigh Lytle
Rachel Maxcey Megan McGarity Melanie Money Carrie Montgomery Amanda Ragland Kristen Ramsey Rachel Riede' Katie Rooks
Laura Smitherman Kim Speorl
Sarah Trapp
Tara Gravette Vice
RHO OMICRON
Middle Tennessee State University
ROSE CLUB
Donna Nellums Kumar
Kristie Prichard Ryan
WHEAT CLUB
Pat Helland
Pat Larson
Beth Charlton Lindsey Marcia Granade Wehrle
SPONSOR
Jackie Lynch Anne Marie Toy Zoe Williams
Margaret Dorr Schutt
Phyllis Amer Westerman
RUBY CLUB
Maxine Griffith Pusinelli
2002 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 the Foundation and providing the opportunity to initiate a giving pattern, Senior Challenge soundly reinforces the fact that AOII is for a lifetime. This year over 58000 was received from chapters.
SENIOR
CHALLENGE
CONGRATULATIONS
100% PARTICIPATION
Alpha Chi - WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY Alpha Delta - UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA
Alpha Lam bda - GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY Alpha Theta - COE COLLEGE
D elta D elta - AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Delta Omega -MURRAY STATE UNIVERSITY
D elta Rho - DEPAUL UNIVERSITY
Epsilon Alpha -PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY G am m a O m icron - UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
G am m a Sigm a - GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY Kappa Alpha - INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY Kappa Kappa - BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
Kappa Omega - UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
K appa Tau - SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY
CHAPTERS CHALLENGE
Lambda Sigma - UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA Nu Beta - UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI
Nu Iota - NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY Omega - MIAMI UNIVERSITY
O m ega U psilon - OHIO UNIVERSITY
Pi Delta - UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
Rho D elta - SAMFORD UNIVERSITY
Sigma Omicron - ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY Sigm a Tau - WASHINGTON COLLEGE
Tau O m ega - TRANSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY
Tau Omicron - UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE-MARTIN Theta Psi - UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO
Zeta - UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN
TO THE FOLLOWING
IN SENIOR
WHO HAVE 2002!
REACHED
YOUNG PEOPLE SHARE FUN. EDUCATION AND HOPE AT THE AJAO CONFERENCE.
standing,
of their
and a set of daughter's
strategies arthritis.
to best meet the challenges The AOII grant made this
possible."
Jill R.Adler, DIRECTOR, PATIENT SERVICES ARTHRITIS GRANTS TOTALED $44,200, AND AN ADDITIONAL
$6,600 IN CHAPTER-FUNDED ARTHRITIS MINI-GRANTS WAS AWARDED BACK TO LOCAL ARTHRITIS GROUPS AND CAMPS.


AMBASSADORS WANTED!
If you are interested in supporting the Foundation as a volunteer, please contact any Board member or the office for information. The Foundation seeks alumnae interested in serving a two-year term as an Ambassador to make Foundation presentations at local alumnae and collegiate chapters. Materials are provided.
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Carolyn Monahan Jiser Marjorie Turrell Julian Darlene Hinkley Kirk Diane Smith Kitson
SIGMA DELTA
Huntingdon College
ROSE CLUB
Mary Day
Kay GomillionJones
WHEAT CLUB
Lisa Lacy White
SPONSOR
Glenda Atwell Allred
Diane Baugh Fraser
FRIEND
Amy Crew
Katie Davis
Michelle Lyons
Judy Lmmler Martinez Carrie McDonough Shanna Spurlin
SIGMA IOTA
Western Illinois University
WHEAT CLUB
Julie Sellers Claeyssens
Jean Severson Twyning
SPONSOR
Jeannie Apostole
Debby Cecil Jacobs
FRIEND
Pamela Allen SIGMA LAMBDA
Sherry Haman
Sally Hill
Deborah Morrison Hinz Melanie Jones
Gretchen Kaufman Stephanie Curton Kenley Lindsey Landreth Jennifer Lisko
Amy McKinnon
Shay Nanke
Monica Isaac Pettus KimberleyDavisRouse Sara Starkey
Jaime Tidwell
Kerri Turner
Janet Shepherd Utley Nicole Wagner
Elisa Masterson White
SIGMA PHI
California State University Northridge
PEARL CLUB
Phyllis Casteel Gilson
ROSE CLUB
Kathleen Herron Babbitt
WHEAT CLUB
Pamela Harbin Abbott Vivian Fuller Cline
Pat Rosvall Hugon
SPONSOR
Carin Sieff Adler
Betty Bond Colby Susan Rubin
Lisa Montes Vandergriff
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Carol Bates Brown
Cynthia Cocoles
Christine Barth Foldes
Carly Petersen
Sherilyn Cunningham Schwartz Jennifer Wright Zoni
FRIEND
Kelly Abbott
Lisa Gomez Berger Tabitha Boyd
Lorena Caballero Amber Elkin Jennifer Fong
Leslie Fuentes
Alisa Shniderman Michal Temkin
Kari Kjontvedt Weis
SIGMA RHO
Slippery Rock University
WHEAT CLUB
Joan Piper Shepherd
Kristin Miller Svidro
SPONSOR
Kimberly Clements Harrison
LuAnne McCullough Miller
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Kay Bellisimo
FRIEND
June Sherry Dunn Kelly Maloney Gremba
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Audrey Latham Sutherland
FRIEND
Pam Baader
Lindsay Carter
Kim Chalmers
Julie Cooney
Marcia Mowbray Evans Reed Gallant
Jennifer Hoffman Robin Necker KerryO'Keefe Sarah Schoenfelder Allison Weisbrod
TAU
University of Minnesota
OMICRON CIRCLE
Margaret Damon Goodlund
PEARL CLUB
Beverly Hayer Harris
Lois Henning Kroeger
ROSE CLUB
Patricia Belois
Colleen Summy Frojen Nancy-Dell Lund Marie Bremer Reim
WHEAT CLUB
Carol Formo Ackles Marion Nordal Bilger Maxine Morse Blackmer Karen Rotegard Bruce Beverly Johnson Coulter Barbara Williams Curry Audrey Graupmann Eickhof Barbara Quick Hancock Glenda Moseman Jungquist Sally Lohmann Laue Patricia Johnson Lill
Sandra Rodgers Markel Alice Pass McHugh Dorothy Fredrickson Pearson Kathy O'Shaughnessy
Rosenblum
Jean Behrends Rotegard Debra Sit
Joan Commer Stanisha Eddice Dochterman Sullivan Carol Matson Trunk
SPONSOR
Patricia Plank Bergstrom Jan Robinson Greig Suzanne Zuehlke Larsen Sheryl Wallace Maisel Pamela Richmond Meyer Ludmilla Chalupa Milnar Sheila Olson
Angela Papaioannou Carol Oberbillig Stephens Jane Mason Wright
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Doris Mathison Danneberg Charlene Wente Dannheim Sandra Rugg Elmstrom Lynne Hardey
Lorna McCartney Leekley
Margaret Nelson Moulthrop
FRIEND
Duchess Jett Bartmess Christine Casper Berquist Michele Miller Grady Suzanne Rian
TAU DELTA
Birmingham Southern College
RUBY CLUB
Lynn Martin Anderson Dian Poole Volkmer
ROSE ClUB
Page Dunlap
WHEAT CLUB
Angela Camp Morrow
SPONSOR
Loretta Graves Brown Lynda Lowery Collier Jaydie Gamble Fay
Jane Rueschenberg Hake Faye Hendrix Thames Leigh Jeffrey Walter AmeCoxWilters
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Julia Van Valkenburgh Lockwood
Amanda Buck Varella
FRIEND
Carrie Alexander Kim Andrews
Sarah Boshers Lauren Bradley Grace Powell Clark Sarah Beth Coffey Lanie Haskins Emily Heck
Sarah Van Valkenburgh Kattos Amy Lavender
Allison Lee
Valle Marzella
Alicia McCaghren Lauren Murphy
Tracy Real
Nancy Robinson Lindsey Thomas
Nancy Van Valkenburgh
TAU GAMMA
Eastern Washington University
FRIEND
Nancy Atwood
Nikki Naumowicz Board Angela Kirkman-Johnson Amy Luberts
Maryanne Weatherill Wright
TAU LAMBDA
Shippensburg University
SPONSOR
Beth Metzger Conrad
Julie Kelly Horvath
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Karen Allen Anthony
Jodi Sponchiado
FRIEND
Kristin Detamore Coolsen Anna Stupi Gosden
GI VI NG LEVELS
Founders'Circle.. $100,000+ Alpha Circle $50,000 + Omicron Circle.... $25,000 +
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Mary Ann Huneycutt Bacurin Colleen Caban
Amy Worsham Monroe
FRIEND
Angela Bonds Alexander Jamie Baucum
Holly Berry
Carolyn Carlisle
Amy Clemmons
Kristin Welsh Cowan
Stacey Emery
Abby Epps
Keatie Frazier
Haley Hines
Jennifer Noe Hurt
Amanda Johnson
Jennifer Kennedy
Suzanne Brown Link
Kris Lovett
Mary McAdoo
Jody McHugh
Kristie Moore
Carrie Mundy
Holly Wright Murrell
Amy Ozment
Sarah Rohrer
Sue-z Spencer
Barbara Doyle Stubblefield Tina Tomlinson
Jill Willis
RHO SIGMA
Portland State University
WHEAT CLUB
Janice Cissna Daniels
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Sandra Westerberg Brooks
FRIEND
Pat Bojinoff SIGMA
University of California Berkeley
RUBY CLUB
Mary Fulton Cuthbertson
PEARL CLUB
Edith Belsher Butler
ROSE CLUB
Janice Melton Adams Shirley Jumper Boberg Marguerite Gist Butler June Deny Hodge Claudine Fisher Lynch
WHEAT CLUB
Dorothy Jackson Baxter Sandra Zanzot Bemiss Margaret Wagner Kellogg Lisa Nelson
Deanna Lynn Parrish Carol Spies Pettijohn Diane Sandoval
Virginia Lane Steckmest Peggy Aspinwall Toppin
SPONSOR
Janet Stockand Anderson Dian Oldemeyer Barth Jean Baxter
Merrilee Boushaw Corley Linda Taylor Drew Dorothy Kyle Pryor Denise Casanave Ryan Judith Alles Sayles
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Joy Martin Ashley Eleanor Zeiss Bradway Stephanie Garcia
Karla Henning
Nancy Bracken Holleman Lolly Allen Todd
Dorothy Warenskjold
FRIEND
Margaret Canaga Coll Erin Ray
Ivy Wan
SIGMA ALPHA
West Virginia University
ROSE CLUB
Michelle Zarish
WHEAT CLUB
Lori Engott-Spaulding
SPONSOR
Nicky LaRosa Bogart Heidi Forrest Mayer Suzanne Sundick
Christine Szemes Williams
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Salena Sandford Staub
FRIEND
Terri Rounion Davies Shannon Duggan Jerilyn Jividen Kelly Lindz Knouse
Mandy Lawrence Mary Lyerly Debbie Oden Jessica Studley Jody Tressler
SIGMA CHI
Hartwick College
ROSE CLUB
Sigrid Westcott Stewart
WHEAT CLUB
Doris Eitzen Howard Leslie Maxson Lafferandre Nancy Leib Reeves
SPONSOR
Elizabeth Jones Burns Nancy Grimley Erickson Eleanor Brown Hickein Jeanne Rockwell Martin Michelle Eliuk Parker Kimberly Spiak
Ann Timmons
University of Wisconsin LaCrosse
SPONSOR
Donna Buuerfield Karen Dwyer Caesar Jill Cross Du Mez
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Margaret Benson Martinez
FRIEND
Susan Corona Lynch SIGMA OMICRON
Arkansas State University
RUBY CLUB
Rosalie Gorham Barber
WHEAT CLUB
Brenda Gordon Ferralasco Carolyn Hudgins
Dorothy Kinman
SPONSOR
Marlene Gamec Brown Frances Burris
Barbara Marconi Curry Robin Besancon Gibson Janet Konig
Joan Greenwood Koonce
Nancy Johnston Metaxas
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Donna Parks Diebold Leslie Hedge James Marilyn Kirkpatrick Lyden Karen Petrus
FRIEND
Cathy Anders Brandy Arthur Candace Chronister Bridget Criddle Amber Duch
Ronna Edge
Bethany Erwin
Meghan Hackney Marguerite Crawford Haley
Pi Circle
Ruby Club
Pearl Club
Rose Club
Wheat Club
Sponsor
Sustaining Member... $ 125+ Friend Upto $124 * Denotes Deceased Member
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SIGMA
TAU
$10,000 + $5,000 + $2,500 + $1,000+
Washington College
RUBY CLUB
Sally Wagaman
WHEAT CLUB
Carolyn Brant Lense
Hilda Ott Micari
SPONSOR
Bonny Schilling Harrison
$500 + $250+


TAU OMEGA WJSf Transylvania University
SPONSOR
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Virginia Colten-Bradley Elizabeth Martin Garrison Cora Thomas Grossman Mary McCallum Henrichs Ruth Dodge Larson
Mary Obear MacDougall
Dora May Hildebrand Meredith Mary Knapp Murch
FRIEND
Mary Beth Hall Bernheisel JenniferDoyle
Barbara Banks Gumey Sara Peters Luckhaupt Karen Piatt
Holly Richards MaggieSwan Elizabeth Ayres Tucker Barbara Kenagy Wood Harriett Knapp Yinger
THETA BETA
Towson University
SPONSOR
Ginger Mylander Swift
FRIEND
Michelle Namvary Barwick Michelle Spittle Sigona Holly Culhane Snyder
Amy Sussman
T H E T A C H I
Morningside College
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Heidi Pfeil Dougherty
FRIEND
Gabriella Collignon Becky Donaldson Jamie Robeson Hackett Tracy Brown Jones Penny Skauge
THETA ETA
University of Cincinnati
ROSE CtUB
Lou Anne Moon Bunnel Mary Light Meyer
Mary Jane Bailey Walewyk
WHEAT CLUB
Carol Fries Caywood Audrey Jenkins Kemper Maxine Cooper McDowell Adele Deckert White
SPONSOR
Nancy Gaines Bernard Adelaide Krone Lloyd Ruth Buehler Maxson Rae Rogers
Lib Francis Stillwell
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Miriam Hatton Lukens
FRIEND
Lois Eberhard Brammer THETA KAPPA
West Chester University
SPONSOR
Elizabeth Steele
T H E T A O M E G A
Northern Arizona University
RUBY CtUB
Kathryn Jensen
THE
ALPHA
As we carry forward the vision and ideals of our founders, we cultivate a sisterhood that encourages each AOII to be all she can be...through Foundation scholarships for higher education, funding of leadership and skills training, and Ruby Fund grants for dire emergencies.
With your help, we also offer support to the thousands of fam ilies living
with arthritis and its complications through our philanthropy, awarding grants for research and education.
Your unrestricted gift to the Loyalty Fund allows the Foundation to direct your support to em erging needs, new program s or areas of greatest need during the year. Please call the Foundation office with any questions or suggestions,and thank you for your support.
Contributions or gifts to Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation are tax deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.
Hope Hursi Lanham Natasa Pajic
Nicole Burdette Taylor
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Ginnia Bills
Stacy Buckles
Alison Redford Smiley Melissa KeachUnderwood
FRIEND
Sarah Anderson Stephanie Barger
Lynn Briggs
JaneBrooks
Jessica Campbell
Stacey Clark
Tammy Bentley Clark Beth Walker Cox
Christy Henson
Jennifer Davis Keefe Jeanne Appleman Kugler Katherine Lobe
Liz Harvey Matson Lindsay McWilliams Courtney Meade Lisa Merlo
Shana Spitzer Page Mary Kay Pendley Angela Rigsby Nancy Riley
Laura Roberts
Samantha Shockley Christie Herring Shrader Karen Wall
Erica Fike West
Traci Wilde
T A U O M I C R O N
University of Tennessee Martin
ROSE CLUB
Lori Kessler
WHEAT CLUB
Catherine Fontana Bascom
Barbara Whitaker Brake
SPONSOR
Glenda Householder Eastridge
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Hope Parish Brazzell Janet Johns Moore Sandra Moss
FRIEND
Courtney Alexander Linda Morrison Brantley Amanda Burton
Julie Crowell
April Baker Dodds
Jana Gallemore
Meleia Greene
Shara Hunt
Emily Johnson
Kara Johnson
Sarah Kerl
Amanda Lambenh
Katie Maasen
April Matney EvaMedford Emily Newman Melanie Rose Stephanie Sedberry Lyndsey Skaggs JenniferTodd Marcy Wadley Kristin West
Amy Wilson
T H E T A
DePauw University
PEARtCLUB
ROSE CtUB
Jill Macey Boums Shelle Roller Holland Shirley Hoffman Howell Dcbra Ladehoff-Guiles
WHEAT CLUB
Tracey Ragel Pritulsky
SPONSOR
Jennifer Macey Burchard Jan Ohms Kimmell Nancy Wagoner Parker Pat Phillips Piper
Laurel Ritchey Stokes
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Dana Varbel Curtis Jessica Barlow Daniels Stephanie Drees Fisher Shaylee Kotsakis Holland Mandi Leissoo
FRIEND
Elizabeth Hall Harris Lindy Harrison
Colleen Heath
Brooke Green Holtzman Brie Grimaldi Lang Julie Morgan
Lisa Munch
Lorraine Grant Rocha Kellie Sanford
Deanna Shoemaker Brie Van Echo
Kiyoko Walker-DuLac
T H E T A PI
Wagner College
WHEAT CLUB
Beverly Fraser Dalzell Joan Errgong-Weider Victoria Sabbagh Menna Joanne Niebanck
Karen Olsen Peterson
SPONSOR
Barbara Noack Brubaker Ruth Healy Furhovden Ethylee Wesselhoft Hetner Claire Eilenberger Kispert Rosemarie Bade Lasinski Carolyn McCabe Miller Bridget Pfeiffer Scanlon
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Amy D'Alto
Nan Berle Dowling Nancy Hupprich Francis Stephanie Jiannetto Laura Monegan
Sandra Ferraro Russo
FRIEND
Kristyl Cuenca
Beth Loveridge
Joan Ritzheimer Munzing Dolores Hanley Navarino
Mary Ellen Snyder Pollack Marilyn Goodfellow Ringkamp Leslie Scamardella
Sam Stuart
T H E T A P S I
University of Toledo
PEARL CLUB
Lois Zeigler Billig
ROSE CLUB
Wilma Diegelman Lupe
WHEAT CLUB
Helen Scheidler Benschoter Beverly Hatcher
Patricia MacDonaldLeRoy Maryhelen McMacken Meyers Thelma Coen Waigand
SPONSOR
Becki Braatz Bair
Ruth Wentisch Beglin Bonnie Kriener Mathies
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Wanda Lawson Anderson Helen Dennett Baker Kelly Lang-Ramirez Diane Beckman Radbaugh
FRIEND
Lisa Eckhart Andrea Elek Kristen Flaherty Abi Good
Amy Jacobson
Katie Keyerleber Melissa Lang
Casey Ortolan
Carrie Price
Carey Rennekamp Christine Richardson Kim Schaaf
Cheryl Shelley
Jessica Shonebarger Angie Snyder
Laci Spears
Janet Boes Sweeney Julie Szczechowski
Joan Thieman
Sharon Thornsberry Melissa Tisi
Sarah BrunnerTwitcheU Cindi Yang
Sara Zimmerman
UPSHON
University of Washington
RUBY CtUB
Marilyn Rose Herman
Reba Shannon Traber
PEARL CtUB
Marianne Davies Canon Kim Campbell Hamilton Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins
ROSE CLUB
Mama Ellsperman Burkhalter Kathy Oliver Busch
Ruth Hellenthal Gaughan
Joy Tollman Lashley
Ann Schultz Pare' Alverna Ocker Swan Suzy Mygatt Wakefield
WHEAT CLUB
Ruth Matson Matchette Kristen Wahlberg
Harriet Rowen Wolverton Janet Pond Wright
Susan Bayley Young
SPONSOR
Paula Berkman Blankenship Patricia Kelsey Burg
Sherri Schlegel Day-Stein Lylia Miller
Marjorie Palmer Passler
Gwen Wilbum Worrick
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Ann Brislawn Beardsley Doris Wells Bishop Nancy Russell Focht Herberta Howe Gray
GIVING LEVELS
Founders'Circle.. $100,000+ Alpha Circle $50,000 + OmicronCircle.... $25,000+
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DOUBLE OR
TRIPLE
$10,000 + $ 5 , 0 0 0 + $2,500 + $1,000+
Sarah Dorman Bailey
Ann McClanahan Gilchrist Kay Hansen Sutherlin
ROSE CtUB
Karen Krukowski Hickman Deanne Schild Kimbel Eunice Brumm Lanzl
Beth Behrendt Lundy
WHEAT CLUB
Diane Anderson
Jane Briner Beavers
Marianna Hahl Beers Annamargaret Chapman Clutter Lee Johnson Coon
Marlene Schild Holmes
Jane Clements King
Christine Hill Koukola
Barbara Cash LaVelle
Marion Wrege May
Doris Roesner Southerland Nancy Williams Stevens Marilyn Earle Thrall
Carrie Whittier
SPONSOR
Luella Boonstra Boaz Beverly Baird Bugher Kathryn Schwarz Colten Kathryn Jahnel Doran Roxanne Berry Gilbertsen Mary Lou Sears Haake Michelle Silkowski Hackett Jane Smith Hughes
Janet Taverner Juckett Nancy Cazier Meyer
Joyce Mendenhall Moore Marcia Jensen Nelson Carolyn Hostctter Smith Betty Baxter Sullivan
Joan Fetzer Wilks-Ahlstrand
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Joan Callahan Bigge Tara Hanley Bratton
YOUR DOLLARS
Pi Circle
Ruby Cl ub
Pearl Club
Rose Club
WheatClub
Sponsor SustainingMember...$125+
Many corporations provide AOII donors the opportunity to increase the value of their gift through a com pany matching gift program. Check with your employer and send in a matching gift form with your donation, and double or triple your gift. Your company's match is credited to your lifetime giving level.
$500+ $250+
LOYALTY FUND, 0M1CR0N PI
AN
ANNUAL CAMPAIGN FOR FOUNDATION.
Friend
Up to $124
* Denotes Deceased Member


Barbara Harman Higinbotham Charme Campbell Hughes Robin Johnson
Anne Von Harten Pallinger Dixie Fairless Rae
Catherine Evans Vasquez
Zarina Chishti-Miller Westfall
Sara Johnson
Irene Hentzen Koop Helen Roode Krause Jennifer Leeper
Jamie Martin
Laura Martin
Julie McWilliams
Katie Milligan Katherine Davis Milner Shelly Mueller
Andrea Mullen
Jenny Peterson
Lindsay Rogers
Molly Skoog
Alexia Mueller Soukup Katie Sup
Joanna Vavricek
Missy Vollmuth
Cami Wacker
Crista Wacker
Janice Wagner West
Z E T A K A P P A
Southwest Texas State University
FRIEND
Lindsey Akins Roxanne Moran Sarah Smith
FRIEND
Patricia Krier Antrobus Barbara Hubert Couch Gayle Gulick Nelson Phyllis Ocker
Julie Pare'
Joan Alexander Soderling
UPSILON ALPHA
University of Arizona
ROSE CLUB
Marianne Hicks Kifer Janis Tremble Nelson
WHEAT CLUB
Chris Flores
Jane McCormick
SPONSOR
Cyndie Graves
Karin Carlson Roby
Leslie Rhoades Wheeler
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Louise Chadwick Clay
FRIEND
Gretta Blamer
Greta Fruhling Freddie Kali! Schutten
FOUNDATION
UPSILON LAMBDA
University of Texas San Antonio
WHEAT CLUB
Leigh Perry
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Denise Sanchez
Beth Herford Shadron Cyndy Sutton
FRIEND
Brandi Banks
Amy Brown Beers
Kim Hanson
Kimberly Jackson
Helen Knoduris Konduris Jennifer Montemayor Jennifer Stewart Wilson
ZETA
University of Nebraska Lincoln
RUBY CLUB
Jeanie Marcy Sells
PEARL CLUB
Elizabeth Evans Hummel
ROSE CLUB
Margaret Upson Barber Loui Nelson Bass
Jane Hart
Lucile Hendricks Spencer
WHEAT CLUB
Bonnie Kinkade Boyd Margaret Phillippe Cheney Christina Carlson Dodds Bette Wefso Hagel Margaret Capron Jones Alice Wenzlaff Knapp Catherine Ballou Marcy
2001-2002 FINANCIAL
SPONSOR
Sandra Buell Albertson Suzanne Groteluschen Bryson Joan Miller Foote
Pollyanna Stratton Franzen Anne Figge Laugharn Dorothy Farris Santi
Dorothy Bradt Smiland
Judith Mikkleson Stuthman Christine Kiplinger Wade Laura ScherfT Waters
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Shari Wiemann Emling Mary Clearman Johnson Holly Thibault Morgan
FRIEND
Nicole Anslover Josephine Ley Auker Beth Barr
Gretchen Hein Crusick Megan Davis
Rachel DuPree Lara Duda
Anne Ebke
Emily Eisenhauer Lynne Emanuel Brady Fritz
Sheila Tate Garvey Jennifer Grundman Jackie Hill
Page Baumbach Holmes Nicole Imig
Angela Johnson
REPORT
ZETA PI
University of Alabama Birmingham
FRIEND
Amanda Jeffreys Horton Stacy Tharrington
Anne Marie Bianca Zana
Z E T A P S I
East Carolina University
PEARL CLUB
Debora Deilinger HarUee
ROSE CLUB
Joanne Williamson Earls
SPONSOR
Leanne Shaw Skinner
Cheryl Swanson Stephenson
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Robin Sprigg Ebert
Dawn Hansen McCormick
FRIEND
Samantha Gardner Mary Gentry Jennifer Husenita Holly Kunkel
Liz Mullican
Doris Willets Rudisill Mindy Schaefer
For the record:
The Foundation fiscal year is July 1 - June 30. This donor list includes only those Foundation gifts received between July 1, 2001 and June 30, 2002. The donor list is based on information in our computer data files and we try to be as accurate as possible. Contributions received after June 30, 2001 will be recognized in the 2002-03 annual report and donor list.
If we made an error in the way you are identified, or if your name was omitted, we apologize. Help us set the record straight and notify the Foundation ojfice at 615-370-0920.
For information on donating to the Foundation, please see the enclosed envelope. Make your gift and be included in the donor list next year!
Thank you.
- The AOII Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization.
- The fiscal year is July 1,2001 - June 30, 2002.
- Gifts to the Foundation are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
- The annual audit is performed by Puryear, Hamilton, Hausman & Wood, PLC. - Investment assets are managed by Lee, Danner & Bass, Inc.
- The Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation IRS-990 may be viewed at guidestar.org
REVENUES
EXPENSES
ARTHRITIS GRANTS
2:', FUNDRAISING
INDIVIDUAL MEMBER GIVING
* Unaudited figures
NON MEMBER FRIENDS
1% MERCH SALES MISCELLANEOUS
2i: COLLEGIATE CHAPTERS
EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES GRANTS
;
7%
R'c EDUCATIONAL
GRANTS
10% PROGRAM SUPPORT
2V\
GENERAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE
SCHOLARSHIPS
RUBY FUND GRANTS
ALUMNAE CHAPTERS
A'
3%-
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cdlegiate
Idea Sharing:
What does your chapter enjoy doing the most?
Alpha Chi
Western Kentucky U
Our sisterhood events are a favorite of all members. Each month an event is held outside of the meeting that could consist of anything from white waterraftingto taking pandas to a children's hospital. Every month, one chapter meeting is also desig- nated as a sisterhood meeting. The mem- bers may participate in activities from AOII Jeopardy to a limbo contest. Also, many campus Greek competitions bring the members in our chapter closer together. These competitions range from intramurals to dance competitions and even fund raising events for other sororities and fraternities. No other sorority on campus can compete with the enthusiasm of the AOIIs!
Alpha Delta
U ofAlabama
We love spending time together. We attend weekly meetings together for organizations outside of the sorority and also attend church together. We try to have one night a week where we all get together to do some- thing as one. We have slumber parties at the house and many of the girls who live outside of the house spend the majority of their time there. We also go to football and basketball games together.
Alpha Gamma
Washington State U
Our chapter likes to hang out with each other and watch TV in our family room. We
always have a great time together whether we are watching TV, eating or hanging out while doing homework.
Alpha Lambda
Georgia Southern U
We enjoy spending time together and sister-
hood. We love to "goof off' and know that
we can be ourselves around each other.
Wednesday night dinners are a good way to
do this as well as during our "Sober Sister"
program. Every Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday night 3-4 girls are assigned to be at
the house from 10-2 pm. We offer a sale
ride home for the sisters. It is also a good
time for girls to bond while participating in most We love to just hang out with each this. We order pizzas and watch movies. It
is a blast
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Alpha Phi
Montana State U
I think our chapter really enjoys doing things with the community, such as Run for the Roses. We can hang out with our sisters but also meet new people.
Alpha Psi
Bowling Green State U
We loved having our alumnae come to the house and help us make Easter eggs for an Easter egg hunt we hosted for little kids.
AlphaTheta
Coe College
Our chapter enjoys our last minute prac- tices of perfecting our Brady Bunch skit. All of our members pull together, helping each other out to relive the stresses of preparing for recruitment In the end, our goal is to have fun and convey our greatest qualities during recruitment
Beta Gamma
Michigan State U
Our chapter loves being with each other! Our sisterhood is so strong, whenever we
are together we are constandy laughing. Some of our favorite activities are going on
FWipkin Carving contest of fun!
It is always a lot
Slurpee runs, or getting ice cream and relaxing at the house together. It is the small, everyday events that are the most memorable.
Beta Phi
Indiana U
Our chapter is big into sisterhood. During the nights we all gather in TV rooms and watch our favorite games. We love our sis- terhood retreats in our brand new house!
Beta Tau
U ofToronto
I think that we enjoy doing CR events the
other and do fun stuff. For example, at Halloween we get together and have a
Chi Epsilon
The Ohio State U
We enjoy each other's company while hanging out together.
Chi Lambda
U o f Evansville
Spending time together anytime, anyplace is what we like to do the most We are a very close chapter that likes to hang out together and plan group things during the weeks or weekend, such as group dinners or movie nights. We like to use our email account to let everyone in the chapter know that they're invited!
Chi Theta
Northeastern State U
The ladies of Chi Theta have made attend- ing all campus activities a priority. Our cheering sections at sporting events (com- plete with painted jeans and shirts), Welcome Week, and other Greek activities not only bring us closer together, but shows our school and community what AOII is all about..good times!


Delta
Tufts U
We most enjoy the time we spend together that are not scheduled events, because that reminds us how much each other's compa- ny means to us.
Delta Beta
U of Louisiana at Lafayette
Delta Beta Chapter enjoys the sisterhood that comes along with being a member of Alpha Omicron Pi. It's a sisterhood that can be found in all activities that AOII holds, along with any events outside of our chap- ter. We have several events focusing on sis- terhood, including an annual bonfire and a sisterhood retreat held in the spring. Of course our sisterhood can't help but be strengthened while we all work together during philanthropies and recruitment
Delta Delta
Auburn U
More than anything, the sisters of Delta Delta simply enjoy being together. During football season, AOIIs can be seen all over campus tailgating and going to the games
together. Greek Sing is another favorite activity of many sisters, and the hours spent practicing and perfecting the dances are great times to bond and make memories. We also enjoy sister dinners, which we have in place of a regular chapter meeting. This has been a great way to get to know sisters you didn't know very well.
Delta Epsilon
Jacksonville State U
We enjoy sisterhood retreats the most. Every semester we go some place different In the fall we went to our adviser's lake house where we lounged by the lake, or relaxed in the Jacuzzi. This spring we went to a sister's house and played interac- tive games that kept us laughing the whole night long. The highlight of our sisterhood retreats is passing the candle, where we have the opportunity to say how much our sisters mean to us.
Delta Omega
Murray State U
We enjoy putting on our annual Mr. MSU Pageant the most This is a time where all
sisters come together and work hard to put on a show for a great cause. Everyone takes on different tasks. This is a great sisterhood activity because we work on the pageant for about two weeks and this gives us a lot of time to get to know our sisters. It is amazing to watch all of the friendships that form during this week. Older members meet the new members and friendships are formed that last a lifetime. It is an awesome time at Delta Omega.
Delta Pi
Central Missouri State U
The activities that our chapter enjoys the most are our sisterhood activities. A recent favorite was an 80's skating party. Everyone enjoyed finding and making 80's clothing and reliving our younger days roller skating. The party was com- plete with skating games such as limbo and pizza. Another activity we enjoyed was a Murder Mystery Dinner. Everyone dressed in 40's clothes and acted out the parts. We had a blast trying to figure out the mystery.
Alpha Delta Chapter is honored as Most Outstanding Sorority during the 2001 -2002 University ofAlabama Greek Awards Banquet (I to r): Brooke Inman, Tonka Romero, Summer Steib.Jodi Teaford, Brooke West Courtney Gover, Kristen Bradbury, Katie Wallace, Kathryn Taylor and Kathryn Rutledge.
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Delta Psi
State U of New York
Delta Psi loves to get together to watch movies, eat baked goodies and sit around and talk the most. That is when we can come together and just enjoy our sisterhood.
Delta Rho
DePaul U
Delta Rho enjoys the socials that we have, but the stories that are told over and over are those that involve our philanthropy events. Philanthropy events involving chil- dren always top our lists.
Delta Sigma
San Jose State U
We enjoy exchanges with other sororities andfraternities,as well as the community service that we do with the women's shel- ter. The relationships we have established with the children there are priceless. We also enjoy house dinners and, of course, going out and having fun together.
Delta Upsilon
Duke U
We enjoy sisterhood activities such as watch- ing Dawson's Creek together, and meeting at Ben and Jerry's for a little study break We also enjoy mixers and date functions.
Epsilon
Cornell U Ourmembersenjoyspendingtimetogeth- er as a chapter as well as helping our com- munity whenever possible. Our sister-sister events include movie nights, family din- ners, and fun activities that all sisters can enjoy together. We take our energy into the outside community, participating in philanthropic events and working with other members of the Greek system to fos- ter exciting new opportunities and events on campus.
Epsilon Alpha
Pennsylvania State U Ourchapterenjoysspendingtimetogether whether we are just hanging out on the floor, going to dinner together, or attending

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Alpha Lambda (Georgia Southern U) members relax in their chapter room. (I to r): Allison Mell, KateyJackson,Jen Gordon, Whitney Kobialka and Maggie McDaniel.
sisterhood activities. We went to a local park bi-monthly Sisters' Night In. During this for the annual sisterhood retreat with our event, all members go to a designated newmembersandenjoyedlunch,agameof housewhereweindulgeinthefinergifts
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kickball, getting to know one another, and most of all sisterhood bonding! Another activity that Epsilon Alpha enjoys is going on fund raising trips to sisters' houses to raise money for Dance Marathon.
Epsilon Chi Elon College
At least once a month, the Epsilon Chi Chapter sets time aside for fun, sisterly bonding activities. For example, we've had a Mary Kay makeover night, progressive dinners and other such activities.
Epsilon Gamma
U of Northern Colorado
Epsilon Gamma loves to get involved with the campus. Homecoming and Greek Week brings us close together each year for two great weeks of competition. We also enjoy participating in Panhellenic sponsored sports, including football.
Gamma
U of Maine
We enjoy being with each other, and partici- pating in all Greek activities on campus.
Gamma Alpha
George Mason U
Founders' Day, senior buddies, and a Gamma Alpha alumnae picnic or parry are some of our favorite events.
Gamma Chi
CarletonU
Our chapter participates in many activities. One that tends to be enjoyed the most is our
of life. We eat pot-luck style and share heartwarming eventsfrom our past while either engaging in a philanthropic project or simply learning a new hobby that we can share with others in the future. This activity brings us closer together as a group and reminds us of the true meaning ofAOII.
Gamma Delta
U of South Alabama
What we enjoy most is hanging out together. We just love to be with each other and helping each other, too.
Gamma Sigma
Georgia State U
The Gamma Sigma sisters love to have sisterhood events together. One fun activity is our "Secret Stella" sisterhood, where we picked out a name and we bought that person a gift to present to them on our retreat
lota
U o f Illinois
Our chapter prides itself in our unity. In the fall, our favorite sisterhood activity is the weekly new member dinner. It is fun to sit and have dinner with a new sister and get to know her individually. As a result of the diversity within the chapter and the new members there is always an interesting fact to discover. Another one of our favorite fall activities is football block. We pair up with afraternityand go tothefootballgamesandshowourschool spirit It's great to see everyone supporting
the same team and decked out with uni- versity pride.


lota Chi
U ofWestern Ontario
We love hanging out with each other in the chapter room. We think it is funny because we always hang out there but we never watch TV. It is relaxing and we enjoy each others' company.
lota Sigma
Iowa State U
Iota Sigma enjoys having fun together during the awesome Run for the Roses fund raiser. It is a joint project we hold with the Ames Area Running Qub.
Kappa Alpha
Indiana State U
Our chapter really enjoys our sisterhood events, such as a luncheon at Turkey Run State Park and then going canoeing. We also enjoy our barn dance, winter formal and riding our new trike bikes in the trike race.
the official business and having fun with one another. One absolutely wonderful sis- terhood event that we did was a ropes course that helped strengthen our team building skills.
Kappa Omega
U of Kentucky
Our chapter enjoys being involved in cam- pus events, especially with the Greek com- munity. We especially enjoy Greek Sing, Homecoming and our own Greek event, Pi-Athalon.
Kappa Omicron
Rhodes College
Our chapter loves celebrating sisterhood and finds many diverse ways of doing this. Whether it's going out to dinner with your "family," or enjoying a night at the movies with some fellow sisters, we enjoy our qual- ity time together. We have slumber parties in our house for each class, go out together on short weekend trips, spend vacations together and even study abroad together.
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Southeastern Louisiana U
Our chapter enjoys the weekly meetings the most We hold very constructive meet- ings in a timely manner. They are usually shorter than two hours. We also enjoy sis- terhood retreats a lot!
Lambda Beta
California State U - Long Beach Our chapter has a variety of things we like to do. We like to go out to eat together after meeting and just hang out. We had a grab-a-date not too long ago and we had a blast playing video games, driving bumper cars and playing laser tag. It was a great evening.
Lambda Chi
LaGrange College
Spending time with each other is always our favorite thing to do.
Lambda Eta
Grand Valley State U
Kappa Chi Northwestern State U
Enjoying sisterhood! We recendy just had our chap- ter retreat which was themed a "Survival" party. We made up skits and made camo shirts, deco- rated picture frames and cups, and of course had a panda passing. This one always makes us cry, but it gives us a chance to learn something new about each other.
Kappa Gamma
Florida Southern
College
Our chapter enjoys just being together. We have many sister retreats so that we can do fun things together and bond with all of our sisters.
Kappa Kappa
Ball State U
Sisterhood, most definitely, is what we enjoy the most! We enjoy putting aside
Sisterhood events are the best. We love just hanging out and catching up on everything that's going on in all of our lives.
Lambda Omicron Cumberland U
Sisterhoods are what keep our chapter together. Lambda Omicron's 'War of the Roses' is an activ- ity where we all get together and have a huge shaving cream
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Past Epsilon Omega (Eastern Kentucky U) Chapter Presidents from April 1987-April 2002 gathered for the chapter's 15th anniversary brunch, April 2 7, 2002.
Kappa Rho
Western Michigan U
Our chapter enjoys formal and semi-formal the most, but we also love doing communi- ty service. We like to participate in events together and it makes us feel good to know we are making a difference.
Kappa Tau
fight to relieve stress and just have a good time! We have also used it as a COR event; the potential new members loved it


Phi Chi
U of Chicago
What we enjoy most at Phi Chi is the time we spend together at sister- hood events, which this year has included a casi- no night with pretend
Lambda Sigma (U of Georgia) members turn out to support their President and Homecoming Queen candidate, AH Acree. m o n e Y t a trip to a live talk-show taping, and a
Lambda Sigma
U of Georgia
Our chapter enjoys doing pretty much eveiything! We have activities constantly. Everyone loves getting dressed up and going to socials. We also have several sister- hood activities,from attending a sister's play as a large group or watching "Friends" together every Thursday night The support in our chapter is extraordinary—when a sis- ter is involved in an extracurricular activity, everyone will be there to cheer her on.
Lambda Upsilon
Lehigh U
Spending time together with sisterhood activities are our favorite past times.
Nu Beta
U of Mississippi
The girls of Nu Beta enjoy the Sigma Nu Charity Bowl and Sigma Chi Derby Days.
All our hard work has paid off, as we have placed in the Sigma Nu Charity Bowl the last 3 years.
Nu lota
Northern Illinois U
The ladies of Nu Iota enjoy each others
Omega
Miami U
Our best alumnae activity is during Founders' Day. A lot of alumnae come back to Miami to celebrate with the chapter. We have a brunch and awards ceremony to celebrate the day. It is a great time to meet alumnae and share with them what has been going on in the chapter.
Omega Omicron
Lambuth U
We enjoy going out to eat together. We have a Mexican restaurant that is our favorite. We go to eat there at least three to fourtimesa month.
Omega Upsilon
Ohio U
Our sisterhood events are what the women of Omega Upsilon enjoy most as a chapter. The all house retreat is a big hit, but we also started some new events last year that we really enjoyed. We had a tarot card reader come and everyone got a kick out of that We also went on a low ropes course as a sisterhood building event
Omicron
U ofTennessee
Omicron loves our annual BBQ. The annual event raises money for Arthritis Research. It is a wonderful time of sister- hood, philanthropy and school pride. The event is always on a game day it was even recently ranked as reason #67 on why attend a football game at the U of Tennessee.
lip-syncing among others.
contest,
company the most what we are doing sisters with us.
It really doesn't matter as long as we have our
Phi Sigma
U of Nebraska - Kearney
Phi Sigma enjoys the special activities sur- roundingsisterhood.Theweekpriortoini- tiation was themed Inspiration Week A fun activity was planned each night to involve all new and current members of AOII to come together. Fireside chats, a lip-sync competition, and a movie night were held that week Also, all members enjoy a sister- hood retreat that is held each semester. This opportunity allows all members a break from the daily grind and to come together to learn and appreciate each unique and special member of Phi Sigma.
Phi Upsilon
Purdue U
Hanging out with sisters in the house and getting ready for recruitment are what we enjoy the most
Pi Alpha
U of Louisville
We love spending time together, especially going out to eat together after meetings. We do this all the time and always have a great time. We even fit our entire chapter into O'Charley's one night after meeting!
Pi Delta
U of Maryland
Our chapter enjoys having philanthropic events the most Pi Delta always partici- pates in a community day in which we play with young children. We hold many philanthropy events throughout the semester, such as our Tricycle Race. We
Nu Omicron
Vanderbilt U
We like to invite alumnae to chapter events as well as attend Founders' Day with them in January. We also have a fund raiser called Pandamonium in which we invite all of our alumnae to come or to donate an item.
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also enjoy participating in other organiza- tions' philanthropy events. We participat- ed in Kappa Delta's wilfleball tournament, Beta Theta Pi and Kappa Alpha Theta's pudding wrestling tournament, and Delta Delta Delta's annualflapjackattack.
Rho Delta
Samford U
Rho Delta enjoys its organized activities
just as much as it enjoys those haphazard meetings on the quad. We love intramu- rals and socials, but we also enjoy ourselves when we can find a spare moment to sit back and relax and enjoy each other's company and a great movie. The bottom line is that we enjoy one another.
Sigma
U of California - Berkeley
Sigma Chapter loves a little friendly com- petition, so we were thrilled when we had the opportunity to play flag football with the gentlemen of Delta Chi and Sigma
Alpha Mu! We had a fabulous time play- ing on mixed teams and we bet the men were pleasantly surprised at our football prowess! Both of the flag football games were followed by delicious BBQs and we took the occasion to feast and enjoy the company of our fellow Greeks!
Sigma Alpha West Virginia U
The women of Sigma Alpha love being together. Whether it is competing in Homecoming or Mountaineer Week, hav- ing a sisterhood activity, visiting Coopers Rock, having our annual AOPie in the face, hanging around the house and talk- ing, or going out and dancing, we love to spend time together. If we all put our minds together to get something accom- plished, nothing can stop us.
Sigma Chi
Hartwick College
Once a month our chapter plans a sister- hood activity in which all of our members get a chance to spend quality time together and take part in something that strives towards a better understanding of sister- hood. This semester we took a ropes
course to bring us closer and build leader- ship skills among our chapter.
Sigma Delta
Huntingdon College
Sigma Delta has such an amazing sister- hood that is lived out every day. Wc are on a small campus and many of us live on the same hall in the dorm, so we are always hanging out together, going out for dinner, watching movies, and just having fun being girls. This gives us a chance to privately share our Ritual in many ways, strengthen- ing our bond and our love for our sisters.
One of the messiest things we do as a chap- ter is our annual AOPie in the Face on par- ents' weekend. We pre-sell tickets and also sell the pies at the event, which is held for the entire campus. All profits go to Arthritis Research, which is a good reason to get messy. Our families and friends enjoy hitting us with pies
and benefitting a good cause. We end up covered in pie from head to toe and laughing hysterically. This event has become a favorite tradition in our chapter.
Sigma Omicron Arkansas State U Getting involved in as many activities as we can for the community and other Greek organizations is what we like doing best We try to help out in as many ways as we can. The more we do, the more time we get to spend with our sisters.
Sigma Phi
California State U Northridge
Last year, the Sigma Phi Chapter primarily focused on sisterhood and alumnae relations. We held a recruitment retreat up in Big Bear, CA Sisters bond- ed, pigged out on snacks, and told stories. We also started a movie night at
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our house! We watch movies, hang out with each other, and enjoy quality sister- hood together. One of our best alumnae relations activities is Alumnae Ceremony. Each sister in our chapter brings some kind of food, and we all pay tribute to the girls who are moving on to alumnae status. We all give them gifts, letters, and poems, as well as funny awards. Our chapter would also like to personally thank all of our alumnae. You all made this year awe- some for our chapter.
SigmaRho
Slippery Rock U
Some of our chapter members participate in the university intramural program. Although all the sisters do not play, they are always there to cheer for us on the sidelines.
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Sigma Chi (Hartwick College) member, Lauren Ward, hangs AOII's letters for the start of a new year.
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Washington College
Sigma Tau chapter enjoys playing the "Pass the Panda" game at the end of meetings. We each share a funny story of one of our sisters, and whoever wins gets a prize, like candy. Another activity we like to do is have member class dinners occa- sionally. AOII, Sigma Tau also enjoys watching movies and hanging out with each other on the weekend with our big sisters or whole sorority.
Tau Gamma EasternWashington U
As a chapter, we enjoy our sisterhoods and philanthropy the most. We have so much fun hanging out together. For sis- terhoods we have dinners together or watch movies together.
Tau Lambda
Shippensburg U
We enjoy just spending time with each other, through sisterhoods or other social
During our sisterhood events we usually go out to dinner and a movie. These events are a great way to get to know new girls or, in general, just a great time for everyone to relax and enjoy themselves.
Theta Beta
Towson U
Our chapter enjoys our Monday night sis- terhood activities the most. After each meeting we either read quotes, or partici- pate i n little activities that just take us away
from the stress of each day and bring us together and remind us how strong our sisterhood really is.
Theta Chi
Morningside College Just hanging out together is what we enjoy the most We went to a volleyball match for a COR and the next day, all day long, the players thankedustonsoftimesfor coming! It was a good feel- ing; we had fun and bright- ened their day! On the nights we plan to do nothing at all we end up talking for hours about nothing!
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Northern Arizona U
Theta Omega always has the most fun with our socials. Our A-O-Kokomo semi-formal is a fun theme where everyone dresses Hawaiian style and has a blast! Another semi-formal was our 'Barn Bash'. It was a cowboy/cowgirl theme where we all dressed the part and had fun! Our Date Dashes are never out of style, as we have an hourtofindadateandthengotoseea movie, go to an arcade or go ice skating. Every Theta Omega always looks forward to our annual Ruby & Pearl formal This is the time when we can dress up just like prom all over again and enjoy catching up with our alumnae. Theta Omega loves most of all just being together! We always
Tau Delta
Birmingham Southern College
"Mr. Hilltopper" is not only a favorite event among AOIIs; it is also one of the most popular philanthropic events at BSC. Even parents and alumnae come back to watch this show every year. "Mr. Hilltopper" is our womanless beauty pageant that we host in the fall of every year. Contestants are nominated by the other sororities and fraternities on campus and are judged by Residence Life Staff and Faculty. Lots of money is raised by our ticket sales to this event
events. When we all come together for big events, no matter what it is, we seem to have the most fun, and the event turns out to be a huge success.
Tau Omega
Transylvania U
We enjoy spending time with one another, and having fun. We also, have fun helping those in the community and organizing events for the entire campus to attend.
Tau Omicron
U ofTennessee Martin
Our chapter enjoys having sisterhood
events most of all. We usually try to hold at least two sisterhood events in a semester.
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Tau Omega (Transylvania U) collegians and alumnae pictured in front of the Opera House on band tour in Sydney, Australia.


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