2012-2013 Officers of the Corporation:
Chair: George Bridges
Vice Chair: DeLona Lang Bell
Past Chair: Ron Thomas
Secretary/Treasurer: Richard E. Bangert II
President/CEO: Violet A. Boyer
New Board Members in 2012-13
Board of Directors
Richard E. Bangert II, Vice President, PACCAR Inc
John Bassett, President, Heritage University
DeLona Lang Bell, President, CMBell Company, Inc.
Violet A. Boyer, President/CEO, Independent Colleges of Washington
George S. Bridges, President, Whitman College
Tom Fitzsimmons, CEO, LORIG Associates, LLC
Glenn Johnson, President, Horizon Air
Thomas Krise, President, Pacific Lutheran University
Laura Lawton-Forsyth, President, Lawton Printing, Inc.
Franz E. Lazarus, Senior Vice President, COSTCO Wholesale
Richard W. Linneweh, Jr., President & CEO, Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital
Leigh Ann Lucero, Senior Attorney, Interactive Entertainment, Microsoft Corporation
Daniel J. Martin, President, Seattle Pacific University
Thayne M. McCulloh, President, Gonzaga University
John McVay, President, Walla Walla University
Greg Montgomery, Partner, Ogden Murphy Wallace P.L.L.C.
Steve Myers, Superintendent, ESD 105
John O’Halloran, Retired, Rainier Investment Management
Joseph H. Ward, Executive VP & Chief Credit Officer, Fortune Bank
Richard E. Bangert II
Vice President, PACCAR Inc
Richard E. Bangert II has served as vice president of PACCAR Inc since April 1994, and has been with the company since 1989. PACCAR recently received the 2002 Stanley O. McNaughton Leadership Award from ICW for recognition of its support for independent colleges and universities and their students.
Bangert follows in the footsteps of his father, Richard Bangert, who is a founding member of ICW and currently serves on its Board of Directors. He also serves as vice president of the University Preparatory Academy Board in Seattle. Bangert earned his B.A. in Business Administration, cum laude, from the University of Washington, and received his J.D. from Willamette College.
President, Heritage University
John Bassett is the second president at Heritage University. He took office in July 2010 after serving as President of Clark University in Worcester, MA for ten years. Prior to his career at Clark, Bassett was the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and professor of English at Case Western Reserve in Cleveland from 1993-2000.
He is a past chair of the board of NAICU (National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities) and has served on the Committee on Accountability. He also has served with ACE (American Council on Education), Phi Beta Kappa Fellows, and CHEA (Council for Higher Education Accreditation). He lives in Yakima with his wife Kay.
Delona Lang Bell
President, CMBell Company, Inc.
DeLona Lang Bell, of Walla Walla, is president and founder of CMBell Company, a marketing and communication firm.
She is an alumna of and a member of the board of trustees at Walla Walla University. Prior to founding her firm, she worked in marketing at Hewlett-Packard Company, in health care, and in higher education.
She has served in a variety of volunteer positions and has been involved in local economic development, in philanthropic endeavors for private education, in church and school youth activities and in local charitable organizations.
Bell enjoys times with her family and friends, reading, writing, entertaining, and photography. She and her husband have two sons.
Violet A. Boyer
President and CEO
Independent Colleges of Washington
Violet A. Boyer has served as the president and CEO of ICW since September 1998. Prior to her appointment, she served as assistant vice president for congressional and state relations with the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU). Boyer joined NAICU after working in the U.S. Senate, most recently as the legislative director for Sen. Kent Conrad (D-N.D.).
She began her career as a teacher and has also worked in higher education administration at two independent colleges. Boyer received her B.A. degree from Dakota Wesleyan University, and earned a M.A. degree from the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota.
George S. Bridges
President, Whitman College
George S. Bridges joined Whitman College in 2005 as the 13th president. Previously, he was appointed dean of undergraduate education and vice provost of undergraduate education at the University of Washington.
He is also professor of sociology with particular interest in problems of racial and ethnic minorities in the juvenile justice system. George is a Seattle native and UW alum, with graduate degrees from University of Pennsylvania.
Marketing Manager, Global Brands
Ste. Michelle Wine Estates
Brenda Castañeda oversees the US brand management for New Zealand wines Villa Maria and Esk Valley and French champagnes Palmes d'Or and Nicolas Feuillatte, the best-selling Champagne brand in France. Prior to joining Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, she managed marketing for Pepperidge Farm.
A first-generation college student, Castañeda graduated from Heritage University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration. As a student, she was active in several organizations including Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE). She served as vice president for the club and was part of the presentation teams that placed in the top four nationally in two successive years. In 2012, Castañeda received the Violet Lumley Rau Outstanding Alumni Award from Heritage University.
Elizabeth "Betsy" Cowles
Chairman, Cowles Company
As Chairman of the Cowles Company, Elizabeth Cowles directly oversees the broadcasting, insurance and real estate divisions of the company. Cowles Company is a fourth-generation family-owned media, forest products, real estate and insurance company based in Spokane.
Cowles currently serves on the board of the Laird Norton Company, Ruckleshaus Center Advisory Board and the Spokane Symphony Orchestra Endowment. She has served in board leadership positions including the Past-Chair of Greater Spokane Incorporated and Washington State University Board of Regents, and founding board member of the Fox Theater. Other boards she has served on include Spokane Legal Services, the Spokane Symphony, Planned Parenthood of the Inland Northwest and Mt. Spokane 2000.
Deborah B. Cushing
Attorney and Community Advocate/Volunteer
Deborah Cushing is a noted community leader committed to assisting those in need. Most recently Deborah was Executive Director of Washington Women In Need, a nonprofit that provides grants for education and health care to low income women throughout Washington. In this capacity she became acquainted with the work of ICW and its member colleges.
Previously she was executive director of the Pioneer Square Community Development Organization. During her career as an attorney she focused on public law and municipal finance and was a partner at Perkins Coie. She has served on a number of Seattle area boards including Northwest Children’s Fund, WAACO (Washington Attorneys Assisting Community Organizations), and volunteered extensively as a CASA for children in dependency proceedings.
Cushing earned her B.A. at Wellesley College where has served as an alumnae leader, received her J.D. from Wayne State University Law School, and her Master's degree in Nonprofit Leadership from Seattle University.
CEO, LORIG Associates, LLC.
Tom Fitzsimmons is principal and chief executive officer with LORIG Associates, LLC
Fitzsimmons joined Lorig as chief operating officer in 2007. Previously, Fitzsimmons served as chief of staff to Governor Christine Gregoire and former Governor Gary Locke. Prior to those roles Fitzsimmons was director of the Washington State Department of Ecology. He has also owned and managed his own consulting firm.
Retired, Marsh Companies
Ken Goodchild retired as the Managing Director of Marsh after a successful career in risk management and insurance brokerage. He served on the ICW board from 1994 to 2007. During his time with ICW, he served in several leadership positions, including ICW board chair during the decision to merge with the policy organization (Washington Friends of Higher Education) in 1998.
Goodchild holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from St. Anselm College, Manchester, N.H.. His involvement in the Seattle community has included serving on the boards of The Fred Huchinson Cancer Institute, Childhaven, Seattle Chamber of Commerce, Community Development Roundtable and The City of Hope.
Vice President of Finance for Supply Chain Management & Operations
The Boeing Company
As Vice President of Finance for Supply Chain Management & Operations (SCM&O), Rick Gross is responsible for the financial management of Boeing Commercial Airplanes' Fabrication, Supplier Management, Propulsion Systems and Quality organizations.
Prior to his current assignment, Gross served as vice president and Chief Financial Officer for Boeing’s Shared Services Group (SSG) Supplier Management organization, vice president of SSG Finance & Business organization and as SSG chief financial officer, vice president of Finance for Internal Services Productivity, vice president of Finance for Boeing Commercial Airplane Programs; and as general manager for Finance in Army Systems.
Gross joined Boeing in 1986 and held early assignments in material coordination, capacity planning / engineering, C-17 Production Control, Assembly, and Business Operations.
Gross holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of California, Irvine, and a master’s degree in Business Administration from Pepperdine University.
President - Washington state and EVP Commerical Banking, U.S. Bank
Chris Heman has been with U.S. Bank for nearly 20 years, holding a variety of positions in Denver, Omaha, Portland, and Seattle. He currently oversees bank branches in the Central Puget Sound area. In 2003, he guided his region to a top five finish in retail loan growth, small business loan growth and new customer acquisition.
Heman earned his his Bachelor's degree in Marketing from Southwest Missouri State University and Master's degree in Business Administration from the University of Colorado.
Roy F. Heynderickx
President, Saint Martin's University
Roy Heynderickx was installed as president of Saint Martin's University in 2009. He has worked in Catholic higher education for over three decades, 15 of which have been at the senior management level. Heynderickx was the vice president for finance and administration at the University of San Diego. At the University of Portland, he participated in a major institutional strategic planning process that led to a significant redirection of the University’s focus resulting in a strengthened institution.
Heynderickx also serves as an evaluator for the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, the body which accredits institutions of higher learning. As an evaluator, he has focused on smaller colleges and universities giving him a unique understanding of Saint Martin’s.
A native of the Northwest, Heynderickx earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Oregon in 1975, an M.B.A. from the University of Portland in 1983, and his Ph.D. in education administration from the University of Oregon in 1992. Heynderickx and his wife Kathleen have three children.
Trent M. House
Trent M. House Government Relations
Trent House is a government relations professional based in Olympia, Washington. Prior to starting an independent lobbying practice, he was the lead lobbyist for the Boeing Company in Washington State.
A native of Washington, House began his career in 1994 at the Association of Washington Business. Here he became an expert on public policy issues including tax policy, workforce training, economic development and health care.
A representative list of current and past clients include: The Boeing Company, Aerospace Future’s Alliance, Pacific Medical Centers, COSTCO Wholesale, CoreLogic, Cargill, Endo Pharmaceuticals, the Washington Restaurant Association and the Association of Washington Healthcare Plans.House received his bachelor's degree from Whitworth University. He lives in Lacey, Washington.
Glenn S. Johnson
Glenn Johnson joined Alaska Air Group in 1982 and was appointed president of Horizon Air in June 2010. Johnson has served the company in a wide range of roles, including Chief financial officer and executive vice president of finance, vice president of airport services and maintenance and engineering at Alaska Air Group and Alaska Airlines, Horizon Air senior vice president of customer services and vice president of finance and treasurer.
Thomas W. Krise
Pacific Lutheran University
Thomas Krise became the 13th president of Pacific Lutheran University on June 1st, 2012.
Prior to his appointment at PLU, Krise was Dean of the arts and sciences college of the University of the Pacific, chair of the Department of English at the University of Central Florida, faculty of the U.S. Air Force Academy, a senior military fellow of the Institute for National Strategic Studies, and vice director of the National Defense University Press. Krise served 22 years in the U.S. Air Force, retiring with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.
Krise earned a bachelor's in history from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1983, an M.S.A. in management from Central Michigan University in 1986, an M.A. in English from the University of Minnesota in 1989, and a Ph.D. in English from the University of Chicago in 1995. He is a member of Sigma Tau Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, and Phi Beta Kappa.
President, Lawton Printing, Inc. and File-EZ Folder, Inc.
Laura Lawton-Forsyth is President of Lawton Printing, Inc. and File-Ez Folder, Inc., both located in Spokane, WA. She is the fourth generation to join the family business, working full-time beginning in January 1991 and becoming President in October 2001.
Lawton-Forsyth graduated from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo with a BS in Graphic Communication and a concentration in Printing Management.
Her community and industry involvement include Junior League of Spokane, Greater Spokane Incorporated (formerly Spokane Regional Chamber of Commerce), Saint George’s School, Pacific Printing Industries Association (PPIA), and Printing Industries of America.
Franz E. Lazarus
Senior Vice President, Global Operations
Lazarus attended California State University- Fullerton. Lazarus started his career as a Vista Volunteer and then joined Fed Mart Corporation, which eventually merged with COSTCO Wholesale.
He has served on the board of the Japan America Society, The Washington State China Relations Council, The Overlake School, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and The Global Advisory Board of the UW Center for International Business and Research.
Richard W. Linneweh
CEO, Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital
Rick Linneweh, Jr. is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital, a position he has held for over 30 years. He is a graduate of San Jose State University, and the University of California - Berkeley School of Public Health.
Linneweh has actively served on the board of the American Hospital Association (AHA), and as chairman of the Western Region Policy Board of the AHA, Allied Arts council of Yakima, Yakima School Levy Campaign, United Way of Yakima, Capitol Theater, Yakima County Economic Development Association, and Ready by Five.
Leigh Ann Lucero
Senior Attorney, Interactive Entertainment Business
Leigh Ann Lucero, of Seattle earned a bachelor's degree from Whitman College, a master's from Seattle University, and her law degree from the University of Washington.
Daniel J. Martin
President, Seattle Pacific University
Daniel J. Martin became the 10th president of Seattle Pacific University on July 1, 2012.
Prior to leading SPU, Martin was president of Mount Vernon Nazarene University (MVNU) in Ohio. He has held a variety of roles and positions in higher education, including executive assistant to the president, vice president for enrollment development, acting vice president of finance at MidAmerica Nazarene University and vice president for university advancement at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, California.
Martin completed his Juris Doctor (J.D.) at the University of Kansas, School of Law, and simultaneously completed a Masters of Business Administration (M.B.A.) in the university's School of Business. Upon entering the field of higher education, Martin earned two additional degrees, an Ed.D. in Higher Education Policy and Leadership from the University of Kansas and an Ed.D. in Higher Education Management from the University of Pennsylvania. Martin's wife, Pam, graduated from MidAmerica Nazarene University. She has taught in public schools and served in children's ministry. They have two sons, Jacob and Joshua.
Thayne M. McCulloh
President, Gonzaga University
Thayne McCulloh was elected president of Gonzaga University in July 2010, after 20 years serving the institution in several positions including vice president for administration and planning, and interim academic vice president.
Born in Los Angeles and raised in Washington, D.C. and Seattle, McCulloh attended Seattle's Bishop Blanchet High School. Following high school, he completed a three-year enlistment in the US Army. He arrived at Gonzaga University in its centennial year (1986-87) and was elected student body president in his senior year. In 1989, he was accepted to study for the Master of Science degree in experimental psychology at Oxford University. He was awarded the Doctor of Philosophy (D.Phil.) in experimental social psychology from Oxford in 1998.
McCulloh is married to Julie McCulloh, dean of Admission at Gonzaga University. The couple has three daughters. McCulloh's professional activities have involved long-standing service to regional accreditation in the Northwest, service as a member and officer on the board of directors for EdFund (a public-benefit corporation of the California Student Aid Commission), and appointment to the Spokane Human Rights Commission. He is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA), the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), and the College Board.
John K. McVay
President, Walla Walla University
John K. McVay was inaugurated as the 23rd president of Walla Walla University in 2006. McVay was a professor of New Testament and associate dean at Andrews University from 1998 to 2000, and was dean of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary from 2000 to 2006.
Greg E. Montgomery
Partner, Ogden Murphy Wallace, P.L.L.C.
Greg E. Montgomery is a member of Seattle law firm Ogden Murphy Wallace P.L.L.C. Montgomery's extensive legal background includes substantial experience representing colleges and health care law. .
Superintendent, ESD 105
Steve Myers serves as the superintendent of Educational Service District 105, encompassing 25 public school districts and 23 state-approved private and tribal schools in South Central Washington. Previously, Steve served the Toppenish School District since 1983, as teacher and administrator. Steve served as superintendent between 2003 and 2010.
He obtained his B.A. degree in Social Studies in 1970 from Grace College in Indiana, and his master’s of science degree in education from Indiana University in 1974.
Myers serves on the boards of the Toppenish Mural Society, Ready by Five, and the University of Washington/Heritage University Advisory Board for Yakima County Outreach. Steve is married to Charlotte, and has two grown sons.
Retired, Rainier Investment Management
John O’Halloran is retired from Rainier Investment Management. He brings a wealth of sales, client service and management experience developed over 20 years with a large institutional investment firm.
President, Chandler Reach Vinyards
Len Parris brings variety of business and community experience to the Independent Colleges of Washington board. He has owned and operated the Chandler Reach Vineyards and Estate Winery since 1997.
He also has an extensive background in construction, land development, and the specialty coffee business. Parris is a graduate of Washington State University, and his interest in creating opportunities for students to attend college bring him to the Independent Colleges of Washington board.
Neal M. Piliavin
Information Technology Executive
Neal Piliavin is Director, Infrastructure Architecture and Support at Sonos, Inc, with deep experience in Network Engineering and Operations, Network and Computer Security and Business Continuity.
Piliavin worked at Microsoft from 1995 to 2012, as Senior Director Network Design Deployment and Service Management, Director Network Security and Business Continuity, Director Internet Hosting, and Group Program Manager. Prior to coming to Microsoft, he worked for Hewlett Packard in Palo Alto, California.
Piliavin holds a Master's Degree in Business Administration from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor's Degree in Economics from The University of California, Berkeley. He lives in Seattle, Washington with his wife Therese and two children.
Julie Prince, CLU
Wealth Management Advisor, Northwestern Mutual Financial Network
Julie Prince’s career with Northwestern Mutual began in 1989, following five years working as a commercial loan officer with a former regional commercial bank. She is a Wealth Management Advisor, working with high net-worth individuals and business owners. She designs and monitors integrated financial plans to help her clients protect, preserve and transfer their wealth.
Prince is an active board member and treasurer of the charity Change Making Change and a past board member of the Estate Planning Council of Seattle. She is a past chairman of the Annual Estate Planning Seminar co-hosted by the Estate Planning Council of Seattle and the Washington State Bar Association. Julie has also chaired and served on various internal committees within Northwestern Mutual. She has served on the Planned Giving Committees for Gonzaga University and Forrest Ridge High School and on the Finance Committee for Eastside Catholic High School and Saint Joseph Catholic Church.
Laura W. Rehrmann, FAHP
President and CEO, Group Health Community Foundation
Vice President for Community Responsibility, Group Health Cooperative
Laura Rehrmann is President and CEO of the Group Health Community Foundation and Vice President for Community Responsibility for Group Health Cooperative. Rehrmann has been with Group Health since 1997, when she joined as Vice President of Development of the Foundation, Group Health’s philanthropic arm. In 1999, she completed the leadership phase of the Foundation’s first endowment campaign, which raised $8.7 million. She became CEO and president in 2000.
The Foundation awards grants to organizations throughout Washington serving children and teen’s health needs. It administers teen health centers in 6 Seattle Public Schools and has a team of health educators who travel the state working with teachers on nutrition and physical activity curriculum for middle school students. The Foundation also supports health delivery and research at Group Health.
Rehrmann has worked for Meany Hall for the Performing Arts at the University of Washington ; Catholic Community Services of King County, and was Executive Director of the Seattle Central Community College Foundation. She serves the Rainier Club board, the Washington Health Foundation board, Leadership Tomorrow, and is Program chair for Seattle 4 Rotary. She is currently chair of the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy representing healthcare development professionals in the US , Canada and Australia . She earned her M.A. in Not-for-Profit Executive Leadership from Seattle University, is a Fellow of the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy and a Certified Fund Raising Executive.
Vice President, Customer Business Development
Procter and Gamble
Todd Ruberg has been with Procter & Gamble since 1985, and is now Vice President for customer business development located in P&G’s Issaquah office. Ruberg also has served on the board of Portland State University’s Food Industry Leadership Center and was chair of the Western Association of Food Chains + Illuminators trade association’s northwest membership.
He’s a member of the Bellevue/Issaquah chapter of Trout Unlimited and of the United Way King County Alexis de Tocqueville Society. He’s a supporter of Children’s Hospital, Youth Eastside Services, and the Washington College Success Foundation. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon. Ruberg, his wife Melaine, and two daughters live in Issaquah.
Alumnus, Saint Martin’s University
Ahmadou Seck is a familiar face in Olympia as an advocate for student aid and higher education access. He is a graduate of Garfield High School in Seattle, and spent a year with family in Senegal before enrolling at Saint Martin’s University.
While at Saint Martin's, he co-founded the Black Student Union, and was elected President of the Associated Students of Saint Martin's University as a junior and senior, the first African American student elected to this position. Seck earned his bachelor's degree in Business Management from Saint Martin's University in December 2011. He currently resides in Hollywood, California.
Steven T. Seward
Attorney, Ascent Law Partners LLP
Steve Seward specializes in business law, mergers and acquisitions. He previously practived with at Van Ness Feldman GordonDerr and was in solo practice following an 11 year partnership in Wickwire, Greene, Crosby, Brewer & Seward, a firm he co-founded in 1989.
Before practicing law, Seward was the state budget director for the State of Idaho and also served as the Senior Assistant to Idaho Governor John V. Evans. He chaired the Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board for two years, was a commissioner for six years on the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, and was an adjunct professor in the Graduate Tax Program at the University of Washington.
Seward earned his Bachelor of Arts in Economics, with special honors, from the University of Texas, a J.D. from Harvard Law School, graduating cum laude, and an LLM (Tax) from the University of Washington.
Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J.
President, Seattle University
Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J. began serving as Seattle University's 21st president in 1997.
Sundborg grew up in the Territory of Alaska, entered the Jesuits in 1961 and was ordained a priest in Seattle in 1974. He completed his doctoral studies in spirituality at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome in 1982.
Beck A. Taylor
President, Whitworth University
Beck A. Taylor was appointed in 2010 as the 18th president of Whitworth University. He came to Whitworth after serving as dean and professor of economics for the Brock School of Business at Samford University, in Birmingham, Ala., and as associate dean for research and faculty development for the Hankamer School of Business at Baylor University, where he was also the W.H. Smith Professor of Economics.
Taylor earned his undergraduate degree from Baylor University, cum laude, with majors in economics and finance. He went on to earn his M.S. and Ph.D. in economics from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind. In 2002, he was appointed a visiting scholar by Harvard University; he spent one year in residence at the Harvard Graduate School of Education pursuing research interests.
Ronald R. Thomas
President, University of Puget Sound
Ronald R. Thomas assumed duties as president of the University of Puget Sound on July 16, 2003. Prior to his appointment, Thomas served as college vice president at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., and also was the acting president at Trinity in 2001-2002.
An expert in Victorian literature and culture and a professor of English at Trinity since 1990, Thomas previously was a member of the English department at the University of Chicago from 1982-90 and was named Mellon Faculty Fellow in the Humanities at Harvard University for 1991-92.
Thomas received his bachelor of arts degree in literature (magna cum laude) from Wheaton College (Illinois) and his master of arts and doctor of philosophy in English and American literature from Brandeis University. He also holds an honorary degree from Trinity.
Joseph H. Ward
Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer, Fortune Bank
Joseph H. Ward has over 35 years in the banking industry and has served in numerous lending, credit administration and senior management positions. He began his banking career as an executive trainee with U.S. Bank of Oregon and spent most of his banking career with First Interstate Bank in Seattle.
Ward was a member of the organizing management team that established North County Bank in the Smokey Point area of Arlington, Washington, where he was the bank's Chief Credit Officer. He was Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer at Pacific Northwest Bank, and most recently Senior Vice President and Senior Regional Credit Officer at Wells Fargo Bank prior to joining Fortune Bank. He serves on numerous non-profit boards in the community, such as Leadership Tomorrow and the Girl Scouts.
Trustees at Our Member Colleges
- Gonzaga University
- Heritage University
- Pacific Lutheran University
- Saint Martin's University
- Seattle Pacific University
- Seattle University
- University of Puget Sound
- Walla Walla University
- Whitman College
- Whitworth University
Richard Bangert II, John E. Bassett, DeLona Lang Bell, Violet A. Boyer, George Bridges, Brenda Castañeda, Betsy Cowles, Deborah B. Cushing, Tom Fitzsimmons, Rick Gross, Chris Heman, Roy F. Heynderickx, Trent M. House, Glenn Johnson, Thomas Krise, Laura Lawton-Forsyth, Franz Lazarus, Richard “Rick” W. Linneweh, Jr., Leigh Ann Lucero, Daniel J. Martin, Thayne McCulloh, Greg Montgomery, Steve Myers, John O’Halloran, Len Parris, Neal Piliavin, Julie Prince, Laura Rehrmann, Todd Ruberg, Ahmadou Seck, Steven T. Seward, Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J., Beck A. Taylor, Ronald R. Thomas, Joe Ward, Kenneth J. Goodchild
R. Bangert II, J. Bassett, D. Bell, V. Boyer, G. Bridges, B. Castañeda, E. Cowles, D. Cushing, T. Fitzsimmons, R. Gross, C. Heman, R. Heynderickx, T. House, G. Johnson, T. Krise, L. Lawton-Forsyth, F. Lazarus, R. Linneweh, L. Lucero, D. Martin, T. McCulloh, G. Montgomery, S. Myers, J. O’Halloran, L. Parris, N. Piliavin, J. Prince, L. Rehrmann, T. Ruberg, A. Seck, S. Seward, S. Sundborg, S.J., B. Taylor, R. Thomas, J. Ward, K. GoodchildBangert II, Bassett, Bell, Boyer, Bridges, Castañeda, Cowles, Cushing, Fitzsimmons, Gross, Heman, Heynderickx, House, Johnson, Krise, Lawton-Forsyth, Lazarus, Linneweh, Lucero, Martin, McCulloh, Montgomery, Myers, O’Halloran, Parris, Piliavin, Prince, Rehrmann, Ruberg, Seck, Seward, Sundborg, S.J., Taylor, Thomas, Ward, Goodchild