Charter Circle Donors

CHARTER CIRCLE DONORS

With sincere thanks, we recognize the following brothers and friends who have made contributions of $1,000 or more since July 1, 2014, qualifying them as members of the Charter Circle.

Charles Adkins, Georgia Tech
Larry Allen, Murray State
Rodney Neal Alles, Oklahoma
Ogden O. Allsbrook, Jr., Wake Forest
Alan Marshall Anderson, Coe
Glenn Elwood Anderson, Jr., High Point
Robert E. Anderson, MD, South Dakota
Jeffrey Alan Arntson, Oregon State
William L. Bagnard, Southern California
Byron J. Bailey, Oklahoma
Dale E. Baker, Iowa
Dr. Elgan Louis Baker, Jr., Depauw
Dr. John Renner Barnes, Oklahoma
Bradford H Barrett, Southern California
John Bastian, Georgia Tech
Joseph Ernest Batson, Texas – Austin
Mark A. Bauer, California State – Fullerton
Gregg Douglas Behrens, Iowa State
Donald W. Bendure, Oklahoma City
James M. Bernal, Tennessee – Knoxville
Fritts Lewis Biesecker, Wake Forest
Thomas W. Boelk, Wisconsin – Whitewater
Todd Edward Bollig, New Mexico State
Jack Oliver Bovender, Jr., Duke
Michael A. Bozzuto, Stetson
John L. Brechin, III, Texas – Austin
Alton “Tony” Rives Brown, III, Alabama
Nicholas Alexander Brown, Georgia Tech
Timothy Scott Brunt, North Carolina – Chapel Hill
David N. R. Buck, San Diego State
Jeffrey Burgan, Rose-Hulman
Dennis Clarke Cameron, Oklahoma
A. Barry Cappello, California – Los Angeles
Gregory Andrew Castanias, Wabash
Nicholas D. Chabraja, Northwestern
Malcolm Ross Chandler, Wisconsin
Joseph Thery Charles, Culver-Stockton
Lynn Chipperfield, Drury
Geoffrey Ross Cleveland,George Washington
Chad E. Cline, Texas Christian
Charles W. Cole, Jr., Michigan
Stephen Collins, Missouri – Columbia
Alan Thomas Cooper, Texas A&M
Glenn Andrew Cox, Jr., Southern Methodist
John A Crook, III, Illinois
Marvin Woods Culpepper, Troy
Dr. Wiley Fall Curtis, Texas Christian
Lee Everett Davis, Wabash Ω
Stephen C. De Tommaso, Arizona State
Michael F. Der Manouel, Jr., California State – Fresno
Jimmy Eugene Dicus, Oklahoma
Mickey Dillard, Friend
Rev. S. George Dirghalli, Florida
Daniel Christopher Dollar, Georgia Tech
Richard P. Dulaney,
Arizona
John Bernard Dunn, Butler
Darren Stewart Dupriest, Miami (FL)
Warren Eugene Dupwe, Arkansas State
Thomas Joseph Durham, Stetson
Benedict Anthony Eazzetta, Georgia Tech
William Wood Eckelkamp, Jr., Missouri – Columbia
Truman Edminster, III, Oklahoma
Ronald C. Elkins, MD, Oklahoma
Jeffrey Lake Ennis, California State – Fullerton
Donald Edwin Euston, Evansville
William Thomas Farkas, Butler
Eric Fidler, Georgia Tech
David Gary Folmnsbee, Oklahoma
Edward C.A. Forsberg, Jr., Georgia
James M. Franklin, III, Texas A&M – Kingsville
Phyllis Funkenbusch, Friend
Walter W. Gardiner, III, Drexel
John Steven Gardner, North Carolina – Charlotte
Bo L. Gebbie, Evansville
Paul Louis Ginocchio, North Carolina State
John Norman Goodman, Oklahoma
John Harry Graham, IV, Franklin & Marshall
Glenn E Gray, Illinois
Ted Richard Grossnickle, Wabash
Maurice Hinton Hall, Millsaps
Matthew Wayne Hamilton, Oklahoma
Jared Daniel Hanson, Maine
Joseph A. Hayes, California State – Fullerton
Brian Lee Heckler, Shippensburg
John Maron Hendricks, Mississippi State
K. Dwight Hendricks, MD, Illinois
Bobby Ray Hicks, Alabama
Mark Alden Hoag, Michigan State
Jackie Delane Hogan, Arkansas State
Michael H. Holthouse, Indiana State
J. Todd Hopkins, Memphis
David McNeely Huffine, North Carolina – Greensboro
Mark G. Hulit, Richmond
Jene Harley Jacoby, Coe
Geoffrey A. Jollay, Stetson
Charles W. Jones, III, Sam Houston State
James Robert Jones, Oklahoma
Frederick Anthony Kam, Miami (FL)
Tommy Nason Kellogg, Drury
Dr. Peter R. Kensicki, Cincinnati
Arthur John Kerr, Northwestern
C. Robert Kidder, Michigan
John Curtis Killinger, Missouri Science and Technology
Danny Edwin King, Central Missouri
Wayne Gill Klasing, Bradley
Stephen N. Kline, Ohio
Joseph D. Klobucher, Ferris State
Robert A. Koch, California – Berkeley
Karl John Krapek, Kettering – B
Robert Mark Krikorian, Georgia Tech
Harry Q. H. Lee, II, California State – Fresno
William Henry Lee, Jr., Auburn
Michael Lembke, Illinois
James Rodman Lentz, Muhlenberg
William Samuel Leslie, Georgia Tech
James Bruce Lindsley, New Mexico
Corey Allen Linquist, Southern Methodist
Josh Richard Lodolo, California State – Northridge
Drew C. Lynch, Texas State – San Marcos
David Jason Magstadt, Oklahoma
Gregory P. Mailloux, Pittsburgh
W. Benson Malone, II, Oklahoma
Michael R. Malter, Widener
Gary Lial Manchester, Washington State
John William Marren, California – Santa Barbara
Michael John Martinusen, California State – Fresno
Conrad J. Masterson, Jr., Oklahoma
William A. Mathis, Memphis
Gary J. Matus, California State – Los Angeles
James M. McCabe, California – Santa Barbara
George McCauley, California – Los Angeles
Robert McCulloch, Michigan
George William McDaniel, Iowa
Thomas Allen McDermott, Jr., Georgia Tech
M. Fletcher McElreath, Mercer
Charles E. McKittrick, Jr., Duke
Stephen Charls McLaughlin, Illinois
Vaughan Watkins McRae, Southern Methodist
Herman Carl Meinders, Oklahoma City
Christopher M. Meyer, Akron
Kurt K. Meyer, Purdue
Richard Mitchell, Oklahoma
Brian Gene Moddelmog, Oklahoma
John R. Mohan, Illinois
Thomas G. Morris, Jr., Texas Tech
Walter J. Moser, Central Missouri
Matthew M. Murphy, Illinois
Robert Ray Myers, Butler
Kraig Richard Naasz, Washington State
Arthur R. Nelson, Rose-Hulman
Jack Eddie Nessen, Oklahoma City
Kerry Christopher Neubrander, Clemson
Patrick Nevill, Tennessee – Knoxville
Ronald A. Neville, Drury
Joseph Patrick Nolan, Illinois
Michael Robert Odell, Denver
Dr. Murphy M. Osborne, Jr., High Point
Phillip L. Parker, Florida Atlantic
Richard Craig Parrish, Oklahoma
James C. Parry, Lehigh
Rajendra Kasanbhai Patel, Oklahoma
Joseph Michael Pawlak, Illinois
Larry Scott Perkins, Kentucky Ω
Charles Persing, Drexel
Marc Eric Peters, Denver
Peter A. S. Pfeiffer, Delaware
Cory Jason Phillips, Florida
Keith A. Poling, California – Santa Barbara
Walter M. Price, Tulsa
Craig Allen Purser, Oklahoma
Byron Kent Radcliff, Oklahoma State
Richard L. Ramsey, Texas Christian
C. A. ‘Bo’ Reddic, IV, Georgia Tech
James M. Reed, Simpson
Andrew Henry Register, Georgia Tech
David Lambert Reynolds, Georgia Tech
Dr. Edward Browning Roche, Butler
Thomas Joseph Roche, Pittsburg State
Matthew Kent Rose,, Missouri – Columbia
Steve William Rothermel, California State – Fullerton
Kevin John Ruegger, Georgia Tech
Michael K. Saunders, Central Florida
Adam Richard Schnepp, Mercer
James R. Schrader, Ball State University
Carl T. Schwab, Iowa
Gilbert Scrivner, Oklahoma
Jason Emery Seegert, Wittenberg
H. Dean Sellers, Florida State
David A. Senior, Texas Christian
Don Neil Sherman, Oklahoma
Premkishan R. Shetty, Georgia Tech
Brad Shirer, Kansas State
J.D. Sienicki, Kettering – B
Charles E. Singer, Jr., Evansville
Adam Benjamin Smith, DO, Oklahoma
Brian Kent Smith, Missouri – Columbia
Jay Wilkins Smith, Georgia Tech
Martin L. Smith, Valparaiso
Michael Alan Smith, Denver
George W. Spasyk, Michigan
William E. Stallman, Illinois
Jerre L. Stead, Iowa
John A. Stirek, Nebraska – Omaha
Mark Stitz, Drexel
Jeffrey A. Stuerman, Culver-Stockton
Fred W. Suggs, Jr., Kansas State
Steven W. Swafford, Kansas State
Sam E. Taylor, Jr., Oklahoma
Charles Tefertiller, Oklahoma
Joel Timberlake, Georgia Tech
David E. Toth, Western Illinois
Thomas James Tourek, Wittenberg
Paul Christopher Troy, Lehigh
Dr. Timothy Lynn Tucker, Union
Debbie Vargo, Friend
Ernest Vargo, II, Akron
Kevin R. Vasquez, Western Carolina
Arthur Daniel Veyna, California Polytechnic
Robert A. Waller, Southern California
Jeffrey Alan Wandell, Illinois
R. Clinton Wheelock, Washington & Lee
Mark S. White, North Carolina – Chapel Hill
Troy Douglas White, Idaho
Dr. Ralph V. Wilhelm, Jr., Cornell
Jason Brian Willeford, Oklahoma
Kent Allen Willetts, Illinois
Barry Neal Williams, Texas State – San Marcos
Edward Cary Williams, Oklahoma
Zeno Russell Windley, Jr., North Carolina State
Karl Lee Wolf, Shepherd
W. Carlton Wood, Georgia Tech
David Thomas Zurliene, Evansville

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