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1 Touched by the master 2016 ANNUAL REPORT Hannah Salo - Page 4 Juan Carlos calderon - Page 7 Drew Shockley - Page 8

2 Jesus reached out his hand and touched the man. I am willing, he said. Be clean! And immediately the leprosy left him. LUKE 5:13

3 A Message from the President 3 Message from the President There is something invigorating and life-giving when one feels the touch of another person s hand. Pediatrics has come to understand the uniqueness of a newborn infant being touched. Years ago, when I first became a parent, no one except the mother was permitted to touch the baby. Outsiders, including the father, were not allowed to be in the room when the newborn child was present. Two years ago, when our last grandson was born, all family members were invited into the room in order to touch and hold the child. Modern medicine now recognizes there is something special when one is receiving the physical touch of love. Reading the four gospels will quickly alert one to the frequency of Jesus touching people physically. Jesus touched the untouchable lepers (Luke 5:13). Jesus touched the terrified disciples (Matt 17:6). Repeatedly, Jesus is reported as touching the sick who were hemorrhaging, blind, crippled, deaf, and dumb. The touch of Jesus interrupted funeral marches and comforted the grieving and gave life to the deceased (Luke 7:14). Jesus also touched the children who were brought to him (Luke 18:15). Every touch received has a significant meaning to the recipient. This year s Annual Report shares the stories of individual s touched by the Master. Oakland City University, a Christian faith-based community, has been touching people in the name of Christ since Many lives have been transformed through the ministry and mission of this wonderful university. Thank you for your generous prayers and faithful financial support. Thank you for touching others in Jesus name. No touch can substitute the loving touch of the Master s hand. Persons who have been touched by the Master, must reach out and touch others in his name. Grace and Peace, Ray G. Barber, D.Min. 85, 88 President The Touch of The Master s Hand Twas battered and scarred, and the auctioneer Thought it scarcely worth his while To waste much time on the old violin, But held it up with a smile; What am I bidden, good folks, he cried, Who ll start the bidding for me? A dollar, a dollar ; then two! Only two? Two dollars, and who ll make it three? Three dollars, once; three dollars twice; Going for three.. But no, From the room, far back, a gray-haired man Came forward and picked up the bow; Then, wiping the dust from the old violin, And tightening the loose strings, He played a melody pure and sweet As caroling angel sings. The music ceased, and the auctioneer, With a voice that was quiet and low, Said; What am I bid for the old violin? And he held it up with the bow. A thousand dollars, and who ll make it two? Two thousand! And who ll make it three? Three thousand, once, three thousand, twice, And going and gone, said he. The people cheered, but some of them cried, We do not quite understand. What changed its worth? Swift came the reply: The touch of the Master s hand. And many a man with life out of tune, And battered and scarred with sin, Is auctioned cheap to the thoughtless crowd, much like the old violin. A mess of pottage, a glass of wine; A game - and he travels on. He is going once, and going twice, He s going and almost gone. But the Master comes, and the foolish crowd Never can quite understand The worth of a soul and the change that s wrought By the touch of the Master s hand. Myra Brooks Welch

4 Hannah Salo '17 Stand Up for God This summer I accepted an opportunity to travel with the Academy of Arts Ministries, which has been based in South Carolina since The organization s mission is to bring the Bible to life through drama (for more information, visit them at I served with a missions team that traveled through New York, Pennsylvania, the Carolinas and everywhere in between. We challenged east coast churches to stand up for Christ with the play Dare to Stand. You have to stand up for your God. Do not become a nominal Christian. The Lord made us to stand out from the world. We are called to be the salt of the earth. God taught me these lessons all summer long. As believers, we battle every day and must continue the good fight to win the war. We cannot grow numb to the fact that people are dying and not going to heaven. This truth is not easily said, but we need to face the facts. We must recommit to a sense of urgency in touching others for Christ. My name is Hannah Salo and I am a senior at Oakland City University. I am majoring in Social Sciences with a concentration in History and with a minor in Laity Ministry. I am involved in Good News Players, president of the drama club, and serve as a work study in the Office of Advancement and Alumni Relations. Our missions team received two weeks of training at the beginning of June before traveling seven weeks in a twelve passenger van with a trailer of luggage in tow. This play showcased the life of Joshua and Caleb, and David and Amy Carmichael. These individuals took a stand for what they believed. Often, standing up for their beliefs resulted in facing death for following God. As Christians, we can become comfortable in our faith, preferring a life of ease rather than facing conflict or sacrifice. We expect someone else to come along and do the heavy lifting because we cannot see the urgency of reaching people. However, you have something in common with these special missionaries, something very important. You are human; you are not perfect. God does not look for perfection because none of us would qualify. These men and women of faith were just people like you and me. They were not perfect, but God used their lives to touch others in a mighty way. Christians in the church today must grasp this principle because following Jesus is only going to become harder. A review of history shows numerous examples of horrific human suffering, e.g. Nazi Germany, slavery. If you had lived during these times, would you have put your life on the line to help the Jews or the slaves? It is easy to think the decision would be simple, but would you really choose the correct side? How do you know? What about today when issues go against your beliefs? If you would have stood for the Jews and the slaves, why will you not take a stand now? If we, as the church, cannot take a stand now, then how will we react when our core beliefs are challenged further? When persecution comes? God started bringing me to that point this summer. He has made touching people with His love so much more important to me. My passion is talking with others about God. I know that I must take action even when it leaves me with nothing left. I cannot sit idly by and rust away with my excuses. In the fall of 2017, I will start my Master s in Sacred Dramatic Production with the Academy of Arts Ministries so I will be better prepared to touch people in the best way I know how: Drama.

5 Hannah Salo 5 As Christians, we can become comfortable in our faith, preferring a life of ease rather than facing conflict or sacrifice. We expect someone else to come along and do the heavy lifting because we cannot see the urgency of reaching people. HANNAH SALO

6 I am excited to bring International and Latino students here to OCU. My main priority is to help Hispanics in the area and abroad have the opportunity to get an education. JUAN CARLOS CALDERON

7 Juan Carlos Calderon 7 Juan Carlos Calderon '10 Growing Diversity Through Christ Oakland City University is proud to welcome Juan Carlos Calderon as an International/Multicultural Enrollment Counselor in the Office of Admissions. In 2008, Juan transferred to OCU from Western Texas College. His hometown is Caracas, Venezuela, where his parents and older brother still reside. Juan graduated from Oakland City University in 2010 with a Bachelor s degree in Business Administration: Sports Administration. During his time on campus, he was active in a number areas including the OCU baseball team. The game of baseball has been an integral part of his life while coaching at various levels. In 2013, Juan graduated with a Master s degree in Leadership in Higher Education from Iowa State University. Upon graduation, he accepted an assistant baseball coaching and recruiting position at the College of Albemarle in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. He returned to Iowa after one year in North Carolina and accepted an assistant baseball coaching position at Indiana Hills Community College. Currently, Juan is finishing a Master s degree in Teaching: Spanish at Northern Arizona University. Oakland City University is excited about resourcing Juan s expertise to extend the University s touch. He is recruiting students from outside the United States, and also collaborating with the local Latino community in southern Indiana. He is presently working with various schools, churches, and businesses to establish free courses for adults on English as a Second Language (ESL). This strategic initiative uniquely correlates with OCU s mission while meeting needs within a growing segment of nearby communities. Juan believes he will be successful with recruiting international students and increasing diversity at Oakland City University. Because of his wide array of experiences, Juan s background is perfect to expand OCU s touch in reaching diverse cultures. Juan Carlos Calderon can be reached at:

8 Drew and Jessica Shockley '06 Serving with Loyalty and Kindness Drew and Jessica Shockley have been blessed with God s favor throughout life. Drew and Jessica graduated from Oakland City University in May of OCU has been a big part of their story. They hope sharing about God s favor will allow others to realize their dreams can be accomplished through Oakland City University. Drew is originally from Knoxville, Tennessee and transferred to OCU from East Tennessee State University in the fall of Jessica is from Poplar Bluff, Missouri, and has deep family ties to Oakland City University. Her great uncle, Dr. Ken Kennedy, served as General Baptist Executive Director and the 1st GB missionary to the Philippines. Her cousins Denver Kennedy and Elaine Kennedy- Trafton (wife of the late Coach Charlie Trafton) are active OCU alumni. Drew and Jessica met on campus in the fall of Drew recalls that the couple had a computer class together, and he thought that he had taken the same class at East Tennessee. However, rather than talking with the Provost, he decided to remain in the class simply to be close to Jessica. A friendship developed, which ultimately led to their dating and another match made at OCU. Drew s family did not go to church on a consistent basis. His best friend, Zack McGill, was a music minister and talked Drew into attending church. At the age of 16, Drew realized that he had never asked Christ in his life. Drew gave his life to Christ and from that point forward God always shielded him from trouble. It was through this friendship with Zack that Drew found Oakland City University. Drew says, When Zack first told me about Oakland City University, I thought he was going to college in California. I had never really been out of East Tennessee so I was pretty jealous. Turns out it was Oakland City, Indiana. Drew s first visit to Indiana came in January of Before then, he had never seen roads so straight or land so flat and did not know if OCU was the right place for him. However, later that summer Drew met Dr. James Murray at a GB Church in Missouri. Dr. Murray, as he did so many times with prospective students, persuaded Drew to attend OCU and be a part of Earthlight. Drew was a part of Earthlight from 2003 through During this time, he traveled and led worship in many GB churches across the Midwest. Drew also played on the OCU golf team from 2004 through 2006 serving as Team Captain in each of those years. Jessica was also involved in athletics and played on the women s soccer, tennis, and golf teams. The Shockleys married in July of 2005 and served as Resident Directors of Off-Campus housing in 2005 and later became the first Resident Directors of Cox Hall from Once married, the couple needed health insurance and went to the Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield office in Evansville. During their initial meeting, the agent asked them, What are you planning to do after college? Drew jokingly replied I was hoping to have a career in the health insurance industry. Little did he know that was exactly what God had in store. Drew started working for Anthem almost immediately in August of 2005, and after gaining valuable experence, he left to start Crosspointe Insurance Advisors in March of Crosspointe currently has 35 team members and plans to hire another 40 by the end of the year. On an annual basis, Crosspointe helps more than 10,000 clients shop and enroll in health plans and Medicare coverage across the United States. Crosspointe has embraced the biblical foundation to be loyal and kind to its clients, team members, and everyone who interacts with the business. Evidenced by daily interactions, often times people will say: there is something different about you. This difference has brought about God s favor and led the company to a solid reputation in the health insurance industry. Drew and Jessica believe it is vitally important to be life-long advocates for Oakland City University. They support the University because of its mission and vision to send forth compassionate, servant leaders in the community. As alumni, donors, and friends of the University, the Shockleys feel called to inspire and provide opportunities for the next generation. Crosspointe Insurance Advisors is presently working with OCU Career Services to fill twenty part-time positions. The company is providing several OCU students with real-life work experiences, which may lead into various business professions. Drew affirmed, Fortunately, God had a plan for my life that led me into the insurance industry and opening a business. Perhaps, a small way that we can repay our favor is to provide similar opportunities for others.

9 Drew and Jessica Shockley 9 1 My child, never forget the things I have taught you. Store my commands in your heart. 2 If you do this, you will live many years, and your life will be satisfying. 3 Never let loyalty and kindness leave you! Tie them around your neck as a reminder. Write them deep within your heart. 4 Then you will find favor with both God and people, and you will earn a good reputation. CROSSPOINTE INSURANCE ADVISORS ATTRIBUTES ITS SUCCESS TO ABOVE PROVERBS 3:1-4

10 Benefits of Planned Giving Planned Gifts Assist Generations of Students in Perpetuity We are grateful for faithful friends who make sacrificial gifts. As Christian believers, OCU donors can not only make annual contributions; they can create lasting gifts equipping others to Go Forth To Serve Life income and other planned gifts provide benefit to you and to current and future Oakland City University students. Bequests, Charitable Gift Annuities, Trusts, Life Insurance, and more planned gifts options allow you to create a legacy and do more than you might imagine to advance OCU s mission. The Advancement staff is available to help explore the best options for you. The 1885 Legacy Society The Oakland City University 1885 Legacy Society recognizes those who have invested in the University s future through a Bequest in their will or in other planned giving instruments. You are vital part of the OCU family and the ongoing health of our institution. We sincerely thank those who desire to leave an enduring legacy in OCU students. Your generous and strategic gift planning has made an eternal impact for the Kingdom of God. A Bequest of any amount qualifies you for 1885 Legacy Society membership. If you have made a provision for Oakland City University in your Will or through a different estate gift and are not yet an 1885 Legacy Society member, please notify the Office of Advancement so we can recognize you, too. Roger Willis ('70), 1885 Legacy Society member, recently included Oakland City University in his estate planning. Roger is the Gallery Director at Oakland City University. Prior to his current position, Willis taught art in the public schools for forty-three years, wrote numerous grants as a grant writer and worked as an Adjunct Instructor at OCU. He developed a multi-cultural artist program that included bringing in artists from different countries including China, Japan, and Russia, along with focusing on Native American artists. Willis has received many awards throughout the years. In 2002, he received the Golden Apple Award from Channel 10 in Terre Haute as the most outstanding teacher in Martin County. He was a 2012 recipient of the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana artist s award for Pike County. Since his retirement from public school teaching, Roger has started a new career as owner and designer for two floral and gift shops in Petersburg, Indiana. Roger has included Oakland City University in his will because he desires to further the growth of visual arts at the university. He stated OCU believed in me as a young student and made it possible to realize the calling upon my life. The educational foundation I received at OCU opened doors of education, leadership, travel and ministry. I want to make it possible for future students to fulfill their calling. Roger Willis ' Legacy Society Member For a no-obligation, helpful discussion, please call

11 Benefits of Planned Giving 11 Stewardship Each year OCU graduates take what they have learned and use that knowledge to change the world and reflect the image of God to others. Integral changes in the lives of students are made because of scholarships and grants. Oakland City University strives to help students obtain a quality Christian education through providing the financial assistance and support in every way possible. We continue to focus on: increasing the academic expectation of our students; enriching the spiritual formation of each life; and providing experiences on the mission field that effect how students think globally. You are an integral part of this equation. Your support of OCU directly translates into lives changed and the world impacted. We work to keep tuition affordable for all students through scholarships and grants, equipping students to Go Forth and Serve. Other Grants & Scholarships $1,608,859 Athletic $1,270,765 Academic $2,463,254 Total Main Campus Awards $5,342,878 Awards given to students who attend the main campus in Oakland City, Indiana.

12 Cockrum Hall Preservation Thanks to your generosity historic Cockrum Hall has been preserved for future generations. A Lifetime of Research Dr. Gary Barrett 61, Eugene P. Odom Chair of Ecology Emeritus at the University of Georgia, donates his lifetime of research to the OCU science department. Welcoming the Class of 2020 OCU faculty, staff, and administration welcome new students during orientation. Let us continue to pray for their growth and success. OCU Awarded $3 Million Matching Grant Through the Economic Development Coalition of Southwest Indiana, Oakland City University received a $3 million matching grant for a multi-use building creating student housing, alumni lodge, and retail area for business and commerce. OCU Choir Performs at Gaither Homecoming Under the direction of Ms. Cynthia Retana, the OCU Choir performed at the Gaither Christmas Homecoming concert in French Lick, Indiana. OCU Ranks as a Best College For the third year, Oakland City University was ranked as the #33 Best Regional Liberal Arts College in the Midwest by U.S. News and World Report. The New Mighty Oaks Mascot The Student Government Association unveiled the institution s new mascot.

13 Year in Review 13 President s Golf Classic The President s Golf Classics have generated over $145,000 in Scholarships for OCU students. Make plans to join us on Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017 at Cambridge Golf Club in Evansville for the President s Golf Classic Three Generations of GB Leadership Featured from left to right: Rev. Clint Cook, Dr. Glen Spence, and Dr. Ron Black. These gentlemen have exemplified Godly leadership for General Baptist Ministries. Celebrating OCU Donors We Love Our Donors Day was held on campus as students wrote thank you cards to University prayer and philanthropic supporters. Check Out the New Oak.edu In partnership with Gray Loon Marketing Group, OCU launched a digitally responsive website in late August. Among many new features, is a Career Services section where students and companies can connect on future career opportunities.

14 Prison Ministry Oakland City University implemented the prison ministry program to eight correctional facilities in the Southern Region of Indiana in August In collaboration with the Indiana Department of Corrections, OCU offers basic education services to offenders who do not have a high school diploma or are illiterate. These men and women are equipped with the necessary skills to gain employment upon release. Oakland City University programs, servicing over 1,400 students, give offenders the vocational education necessary to find gainful employment. Institutional research conducted by two former OCU doctoral students shows that the recidivism rate among the offenders who had a college education was 31.0%, but the recidivism rate increased to 55.9% among the offenders who had an education below high school. Most importantly, as we educate prisoners, we do so in the love of Christ. Enter to Learn Go Forth to Serve applies to more than the OCU main campus. Every OCU student carries the image of God, made in His likeness, and touched by Christ s hand. As Jesus said, when we serve the least of our brothers, including those in prison, we have served Him. OCU BUILDING TRADES INSTRUCTOR DON KUK EXPLAINS THAT THE OFFENDERS NOT ONLY LEARN THE SKILLS THEY NEED TO OBTAIN GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT, BUT THEY COME AWAY WITH A SENSE OF PRIDE, ACCOMPLISHMENT AND SELF- CONFIDENCE THEY DIDN T HAVE BEFORE. THEY RE VERY PROUD OF THE WORK THEY DO, ESPECIALLY WHEN THEY RECEIVE SPECIAL REQUESTS FROM OTHER FACILITIES.

15 Regional Cities 15 Regional Cities Oakland City University is embarking on the next phase of campus expansion and revitalization. As part of The Regional Cities Initiative, this exciting project will include a multi-faceted approach to living and learning. Included in the project are a new student housing complex, an alumni lodge, and retail space for businesses. The student housing complex will be located on.65 acres, encompassing 30,000 square feet of living space, including approximately 100 new beds for residential students, with laundry facilities on each floor. These four-person suites will include: two bedrooms, individual closets, shared living space, and secure entry and exit of each suite. These suite-style living arrangements will foster community and be augmented by large common areas for study groups and social activities. This new facility will replace aging campus housing, enticing students to remain on campus for activities and events. Additionally, a new alumni lodge will be constructed with approximately 13,000 square feet. This facility will be used to foster the involvement of alumni on campus and help sustain the relationships established during the university experience. Included in the alumni lodge will be a state-of-theart conference center with a hospitality suite and six overnight lodging rooms available for booking at cost-saving rates. These rooms will be for shortterm, overnight guests of the University and local business vendors and suppliers. This area will also serve as a local learning space for business students on campus to acquire the practical experiences of running a business. One goal of this project is to generate community revitalization and transformation. This will be accomplished by creating nearly 6,400 square feet of retail space for local business. Intentionally designed, students will have the opportunity to partner with business owners, through internships and co-op courses, to gain firsthand knowledge of business operations and assist with development of business plans. Oakland City University s touch reaches into several partnerships. The City of Oakland City, Oakland City University, and the Regional Cities Initiative have come together to create an exciting and vibrant community of students and municipal activity. This project includes a corridor linking the newly developed area to the campus of Oakland City University. The estimated costs of the project is somewhere between $12 to $15 million dollars. The Regional Cities Initiative offered by the State of Indiana seeded 20% of the total costs of the project. As part of the funding, local, state, and governmental agencies are expected to fund an additional 20% leaving the University to contribute 60% toward the construction process. Student Housing Roundabout Retail Space / Alumni Lodge Parking Williams Street / Indiana 57 Boulevard Entrance

16 Honor Roll Lifetime Giving $25,000 + The Founders Circle Lifetime Giving $10,000 - $24,999 The Benefactors Circle The Founders Circle Individuals Anonymous (2) Jerry and Pamela Aigner Lee and Bonnie Ayers Ray and Beth Barber H. S. Barger Florence Barnett O.W. Barry Richard and Naomi Beesley Joe and Jane Black Lawrence Black C. William and Angela Blackburn Virginia Boyd Gail Bradbury George Brinegar William and Caroline Roberta Bromley Wayne and Edna Brumfield Dewey and Charlcie Burden Jerald and Joyce Burns Frederick and Martha Cantrell Phyllis Casson Cecil and Velda Cook Ann Irene Cornwell Patricia Creevy Oma Daugherty Larry and Alta Davis Ellen Dimmett John and Gail Dunn Daniel Durbin David and Judy Elliott Dorothy Evans Glenn Finch Olive E. Forbes Sarah Fraser Ethel Gieseke Wanda Gladish Edward E. Glenn Norma Graham Jeannette Gray Henry Gwaltney Stanley and Dilys Hale Weldon Hall Robert Harnishfeger Gary and Margaret Earl Harper John and Naomi Haskins William and Merieta Hasselbrinck Carl and Anne Hirsch Claude and Connie Hopper Barbara Hortsmeyer Leon and Dorothy Howell Anthony and Sheri Huff John Hunter Dolly Jewel Leroy Jolly Murel Jones James and Eddi Marie Julian Robert Kelley Jack and Linda Kinkel William Kohlsaat Lowrie Ann Kuhn Maurice Marilou Mann Gregory Marish Bernard and Linda Marley May Mason Harold and Mary McCord Gerald and Martha McCormick Donald Evelyn McDonald James and Rae Murray Alan and Connie Nass Steven Osborn Doyle Oursler William Painter Gary and Kathy Phillips Jerry and Judy Phillips Maurice O. Pride Jennie M. Pride Olen and Inez Pumphrey Tom and Suzanne Raper W. Wyatt and Betty Rauch Jeanette Rauscher Helen Reed Kenneth Reed Carl Richardson Wayne Roberts Rick and Laura Roop Mary Ruff-King James and Kathy Sanders Michael and Mary Sandifar Frank and Judy Schultheis Eva R. Smith Olive Smith Louese Spradley Dallas Suhrheinrich Jack and Jane Tichenor Donald and Nelda Townsend C. Kightly Trippet Charles and Carolyn White Richard and Donna Whiting Wilma Wilder Donald and Mary Ann Wilder Lorene Williams The Founders Circle Corporations Algers Winslow & Western Railway Co. Ameritech BP America Inc. Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, Inc. Cane Run G. B. Church Central California Association of General Baptists CINergy Foundation, Inc. Citizens National Bank Citizens State Bank Clay First G. B. Church - Clay, KY Coca-Cola Refreshments Community Foundation Alliance, Inc. Community Foundation Partnership, Inc. Connection Church - Heber Springs, AR Council of Associations, Inc. Dana Corporation Foundation Dubois County Community Foundation Dunn Hospitality Group East Gibson Dollars For Scholars Educational Testing Service Exxonmobil Foundation Fifth Third Bank - Evansville, IN Fifth Third Bank - Oakland City, IN Fifth Third Bank - Princeton, IN Fifth Third Bank Foundation First G.B. Church - Princeton, IN First G.B. Church - Mt. Carmel, IL Francisco G. B. Church - Francisco, IN General Baptist Foundation General Baptist Women s Ministries, Inc. German American Bank Gibson County Visitors & Tourism GTE North Region - Indiana Foundation Hansen Corporation Herald G.B. Church - Modesto, CA Heritage Fund of Bartholomew County, Inc. Hopper Heritage Foundation Independent Colleges of Indiana, Inc. Indiana Limestone Institute of America Jerry Aigner Construction, Inc Key Construction Company, Inc. Koch Foundation, Inc. Liberty Association Ministries Board Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Program Lilly Endowment, Inc. Main Street G. B. Church - Boonville, IN Mt. Vernon G. B. Church - Mt. Vernon, IN New Hope G. B. Church - Louisville, KY New Hope G. B. Church - Malden, MO North Lawrence Community School Foundation, Inc. Oakland City First G.B. Church - Oakland City, IN OCU Foundation Old National Bank - Evansville, IN Old National Bank - Princeton, IN Parke Co. Community Foundation, Inc. Pepsi-Cola General Bottlers, Inc. Pioneer College Caterers Pleasant Hope G. B. Church - Calhoun, KY Pleasant Valley G. B. Church - Eldorado, IL Princeton Area Dollars for Scholars Scholarship Program Administrators, Inc. State Budget Agency Terrace Parke G. B. Church - Evansville, IN The Webb Foundation Toyota Motor Engineering Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Indiana Transporation Services Co. Union G.B. Association - Camp Clark Union Grove G.B. Association VALIC Valley of Sun G.B. Church - Payson, AZ Vertical Church - Fort Branch, IN Westwood G. B. Church - Evansville, IN Whirlpool Foundation The Benefactors Circle Individuals Anonymous (5) Harry Anson Brian and Jamie Baker Gary and Terry Barrett Edgar Baum Ronnie and Sandy Black Charles and Judy Brauser James and Jeanette Broshears George Brown Philip and Sharen Buyher Willard Clements Michael and Martha Crafton James Crecelius Larry and Martha Sue Crowe Gordon Curtis Wendell and Linda Daugherty Vernon and Dee Deutsch Raymond and Marie Doud Thomas Durall Stanley Durham Frieda Ellison Elizabeth Enlow Albon Becky Eskew Alice Evans Robert Finch Stacy Givens Ariel May Green Carl and Cleda Haley Kenneth and Betty Hall Darroll and Savannah Hargraves Carol M. Hawkes C. Mark and Joyce Hubbard Theodore and Amelia Hunley Virgil Hunt Cynthia Jackson Marion and Janet James Evelyn Jenkins Richard Jines William Johnson R. A. Jones Gary and Kristy Jossa Vance Kell Oria Keys Steve and Beverly Ladd Gale Lambert G. Richard and Helen Lankford Loye J. and Jane Latch Gene Leroux Bernard and Ellen Loposer George Malone John Marshall Riley and Violet Mathias John McCrery Louie and Melba Medlin Curtis Miller Paul and Freda Montgomery Alice W. Morelock Leland Morrison Roberta Moye Claude Murray Madelyn Myers David Patton Presley and Paula Pendergrass Earl and Brenda Penrod Charles Phillips Gary and Mary Phillips Margery Phillips William Ping Robert and Brenda Poinsett Sarah Porter James and Kristina Pratt Imel F. Pride Norm and Caroltta Reynolds Angelo and Diana Sablan Virginia Schulz William and Juanita Scoggan Russell and Vera Scott Kenneth Seebode Robert Shaw Barbara Shepard Stephen and Shirley Shields Alma Shufflebarger Helen Smith Joseph and Jenny Smith Gary Sorgius

17 Listed Alphabetically Deceased Thank you to all of our Donors 17 Lifetime Giving $10,000 - $24,999 The Benefactors Circle cont. Annual Giving $10,000 + The Leaders Circle Annual Giving $1,000 - $9,999 The Stewards Circle Chris and Robyn Speltz Randall Spence Charles and Sharon Strickland Peter Swanson Claribel Talley Ada Taylor Alan Jay and Rachel Thompson Arthur Tichenor Phyllis Tivey James Tomlin William Townsend Brenda Waddle Paul Wade Charles and Carol Jean Weir Carolyn Weng R. Virgil Whaley Elmon Whitledge David and Judy Whitten Vern Whitten Richard and Lindy Wilder Jay and Misty Wilkins R. Frank and Gracie Williams L. Ray and Altha Lou Winkler G. L. Yeager Joy and Wilma Yeager The Benefactors Circle Corporations Alcoa Foundation AmBank Indiana, N.A. Arrington Prairie G. B. Church - Wayne City, IL Barr-Reeve Scholarship Foundation Baseball Office of the Commissioner Bedford Federal Savings Bank Bedford Urban Enterprise Assoc. Best Home Furnishing Best One Tire - Princeton, IN Bethlehem G. B. Church - Ft. Branch, IN Black River G. B. Church Buehler s Buy-Low Carroll-Wyatt Testamentary Education Trust Chaffee Public School Foundation CIC Foundation Citizens Scholarship Foundation of America City of Bedford, Indiana Dell Scholarship Duke Energy Eastern Band of Cherokee Native Americans Escalade Sports Federation of American Consumers and Travelers Ford Motor Company Fund - Bedford, IN Ford Motor Company Fund - Deaborn, MI Garvinwood G. B. Church - Evansville, IN Gibson County Farm Bureau Co-op Gibson County Visitors/Tourism Bureau Glen Meadows Development Co., LLC Gravel Ridge G. B. Church - North Little Rock, AR Gray Cemetery Trust Growth Industries Harrison County Community Foundation Holt Masonic Children s Home Howell G. B. Church - Evansville, IN Huntingburg Foundation, Inc. IBM Int l Foundation Indicom Integra Bank Corp. Jack R. Kinkel & Son, AIA Architects James A. Holt Charitable Foundation, Inc. James River Corp. Judge Nixon Scholarship Kappa Kappa Kappa - East Gibson Kimball Intl. Habig Foundation, Inc. Lamb-Basham Memorial Chapel, Inc Lawrence County Tourism Commission Lehigh Cement Company Liberty Association of General Baptists Madisonville First G.B. Church - Madisonville, KY Mental Health Association of Indiana Midwest Merger Management, LLC Mt. Gilead G. B. Church - Slaughters, KY Mt. Olive G. B. Church - Dale, IN National Collegiate Athletic Association National Endowment for the Arts New Hope G. B. Church - Edwardsville, IL North Friendship G. B. Church - Lynnville, IN Oak Grove G. B. Church - Oakland City, IN Old National Trust Company Omaha G. B. Church - Omaha, IL Otter Creek G. B. Church - Boonville, IN Owensboro First G. B. Church - Owensboro, KY Owensville First G. B. Church - Owensville, IN Peabody Energy Pepsi Cola Company of Vincennes Permanent Federal Savings Bank Pleasant Mound G. B. Church - Bismarck, IL Pleasant View G. B. Church - Wood River, IL Providence G. B. Church - Cisne, IL Scholarship America Schultheis Insurance Shady Grove G. B. Church - Poole, KY Patriot Motors - Princeton, IN Shoals Dollars For Scholars South Gibson Dollars for Scholars State Farm Companies Foundation Sugar Tree G. B. Church - Dexter, MO Sunny Vale G. B. Church - Malden, MO Syndicate Sales, Inc. Telephone Switching Supply, Inc. Tennyson G. B. Church - Tennyson, IN The Herald-Times /The Times-Mail Tom Raper Foundation, Inc. United of IN Home Mission Board UPS Foundation Corporate Headquarters Vectren Corporation Vectren Foundation W. K. Kellogg Foundation Welborn Baptist Foundation, Inc. Winslow G. B. Church - Winslow, IN The Leaders Circle Individual Wayne and Edna Brumfield Inez Pumphrey Rick and Laura Roop The Leaders Circle Corporations Council of Associations, Inc. General Baptist Foundation Hopper Heritage Foundation Independent Colleges of IN, Inc. New Hope G. B. Church Pioneer College Caterers The Webb Foundation The Stewards Circle Individual Joseph and Gayle Adams Jerry and Pamela Aigner Brian and Jamie Baker Ray and Beth Barber William and Janis Benner Ronnie and Sandra Black Charles and Judy Brauser William Breeden James and Jeanette Broshears Jerald and Joyce Burns Phillip and Sharen Buyher Walter and Tammy Carnahan Carl and Kay Chapman Ted and Deborah Clark Michael and Martha Crafton Wally and Kathy Duncan Terry and Marilyn Enlow Terry and Nancy Gehlhausen Charles and Jean Glasgow Michael and Pam Gore Frank and Caroline Gullic Ginger Happe William Hasselbrinck Mark and Kelly Hopper David and Heather Hose Max and Penelope Jacobus Stanley and Judy Jones Gary and Kristy Jossa Ashley Kilburn Richard and Melynda Ludwick Gerald and Martha McCormick Evelyn McDonald Louie and Melba Medlin Howard and Lou Meuche Lois Mondy Rae Murray Brenda Nash Kendall and Kathy Nelson Judy Phillips W. Wyatt and Betty Rauch Norm and Carlotta Reynolds James and Kathy Sanders Michael and Mary Sandifar Frank and Judy Schultheis Drew and Jessica Shockley Mark Simpson Carletta Steele Peter and Donna Swanson Royce and Rose Traylor David and Anita Walters Carolyn Weng Darlene Whitledge Charlie and Mari Whittle Jay and Misty Wilkins Anthony and Betty Wright Robert and Ruth Yeager Wilma Yeager The Stewards Circle Corporations Albemarle Foundation Barr-Reeve Scholarship Foundation Baymont Inn & Suites Bee-Leave N Trucking Best Home Furnishing Bethel Memorial Church Bethlehem G. B. Church - Whitewater, MO Bethlehem G. B. Church - Ft. Branch, IN Cambridge Golf Course Carroll-Wyatt Testamentary Education Trust Central California Association of General Baptists Community Foundation Alliance, Inc. Crab Orchard Activity Fund Donaldson Capital Management, LLC Doty Family Funeral Dunn Hospitality Group DuPont Manual High School East Gibson Dollars For Scholars Escalade Sports Fellowship G. B. Church Fifth Third Bank - Evansville, IN First Financial Bank - Terre Haute, IN First Merchants Trust Company German American Bank - Jasper, IN German American Insurance Gibson County Visitors & Tourism Gibson Southern Scholarships, Inc. Grand Lodge F. & A. M. of Indiana Scholarship Board Gray s Garage H & W Management Company Hampton Inn - Princeton, IN Harrison County Community Foundation Herald G. B. Church Illinois Association of School Administrators Impressions Printing, Inc. Indiana Farm Bureau, Inc. James M. Crecelius Credit Shelter Jerry Aigner Construction, Inc. Kemper CPA Group Kiwanis Club of Northside Evansville Lamb-Basham Memorial Chapel, Inc Lanesville Community Dollars for Scholars Matthew Ostheimer Scholarship Fund Mental Health Association of Indiana New Albany Business & Prof. Women s Organization O Hanlon Administrative Systems Old National Bank - Evansville, IN Old National Trust Company Peabody Energy Pleasant Hope G. B. Church Princeton Area Dollars for Scholars Scholarship & Educational Trust Fund Teamsters Local #215 Scott County Community Foundation, Inc. Silver Creek H.S. School Extra Curricular Acct. State Farm Companies Foundation Student Athlete Protection, Inc. Trilogy Foundation, Inc. Union G.B. Association - Camp Clark Vectren Foundation W. K. Kellogg Foundation Wabash Valley College Foundation Yeager Family Charitable Fund Youth Explosion Ziemer, Stayman, Weitzel & Shoulders, LLP

18 Honor Roll Annual Giving $100 - $999 The Patrons Circle The Patrons Circle Individual Anonymous (7) Jonathan and Terri Adams Gina Adcock Rodger Adkinson Luis Albuja Robert Allen Steven and Sue Alston Thomas and Barbara Andrews Jeannine Anson Daniel and Kiersten Atkinson Michael and Mary Atkinson Emmanuel Awotula David and Diana Bailey Larry and Chiquita Baker Michael Ball Kenneth and Charlotte Barnard Gary and Terry Barrett Jerry and Susie Basham Joe and Mary Bassler Dan and Pam Beard Richard and Naomi Beesley Carrie Bellamy Charles and Martha Bellamy Donald Benjamin Chuck and Kari Benningfield Reba Benson Harold Black Joe and Jane Black Jan Blackburn Makaila Blackburn Pamela Bolen Phillip Booth John Bowman Tom Boyd Thelma Boyer Brandi Boyle Frederick and Jan Brittain Caroline Bromley Ian Brown Sally Brown Conner Bryant Patti Buchta Ramona Bulkley Nick Burns Don and Donna Burroughs W.G. Butcher B. Bruce Byers Ron Byrd Nancy Byrns Glenn Callis Norma Callis W. Harold and Frankye Calloway Graeme Campbell Kaleb Canales Joe Cargal Joyce Carpenter Scott and Julie Carpenter David and Aasta Carver Todd Carver Gerald and Sharon Cassatt Elmer and Birdie Chancellor Tim and Peggy Chancellor Larry and Janice Chandler Randy Chappell Gilbert and Deborah Christian Daniel and Kathleen Clancy Lewis and Frances Clark Charles and R. Sharon Clark Randy Coleman David Collins Ed and Linda Collins Ronald and Marilyne Conner Cecil and Velda Cook Jack Cookson Ardwood Courtney Mark and Valorie Cowsert Stanley Coy Don Crane Delmas and Linda Culbertson Joe Cummings Dawn Cunliffe Brenda Curtis Gordon Curtis Wendell and Linda Daugherty Alton and Fran Davis Roger Davis Roy and Gloria Day Joe Dedman Scott and Lisa Deutsch Vernon and T. Delores Deutsch Michael and Carole Disler Daniel and Joyce Ditzer Bob and Norma Doane Patrick Donnell Raymond and Marie Doud James and Nancy Dougan Byron Dulin Leland and Ruth Duncan James and Rita Dunlap Glenn and Sharon Dunville Stanley Durham Jerry and Evelyn Eades Jack and Evelyn Eberhardt Dan Egierski Michael and Darlene Elaman Ben Elrod Nicola Embrey Bo and Angie Endicott Patricia Endicott Ashley Engler Hugh and Madge Eskew Regino and Mary Espitia Albert Evans Alice Evans Joseph and Mary Evans Dennis and Annette Eversoll Roger and Dana Farmer Chris Fenwick Gary and Dee Ann Ferguson Thomas and Marijon Fletchall T. Ray and Maddie Fletcher Mark and Molly Flodder Timothy and Kimberly Flowers Clay Ford Eric Ford Bill and Ruth Foust Judy Foust Carl and Linda Fowler Julie Frankham Ludger and Ruth Fremmer Iona Froman Robert and Sharon Fuchs J. Bryan and Gwendolyn Fulk Carol Garlock Rodney Garrison Robert and Mary Gentil Wayne and Gail Geurin Wayne and Gracie Gipson Todd and Lana Glickfield Raul Gonzalez C. Keith and Saundra Gore Gary and Carol Graf Janna Graves Jeff Gray Max Green Robert and Dorinda Green D Nell Greenwell Eleanor Groom Cameron Gudgel Louis and Linda Haag Darrell Hacker Robert and Okema Haden Karen Hales Heidi Hamilton Ron and Earletta Hampton S. Creighton and Helen Hampton Brian and Debbie Harmon Franklyn Harrington Larry and Hadley Harrington Shay Harrington Donald and Patsy Harris Larry and Gloria Harris Elaine Harrison Lloyd and Cristie Harry Bruce Hatton Donald and Hilda Hazelton Orvella Heaton Ilene Heckler Steven and Judy Heidorn Jim and Tonya Heim Richard and Cindy Helton Alec and Julie Hensley Melinda Henson Bob Hetzel Joe Hinton Brandon and Stephanie Hoeppner Karen Holmes Clarence and Susan Hopf Eldon Hopkins C. Dean and Kimberly Hopper Mark and Kelly Hopper Dave Horner Lynette Hose Mark House W. Lester and Mary Howard Breanna Huff Jeffrey and Lisa Huff Harold and Janie Lou Hughes Terry Hughes Lindel Hume Thomas Hunt Bradley and Cathy Hussung David and Heidi Hyndman Bert and Anna Hyneman Bret and Judy Hyneman Clinton Hyneman Linda Ingram Mark Iunghuhn M.R. and Janet James Wayne and Jennifer Jeffers Tim Jellison Peggy Jenkins Carlos Jimenez Janice Jochim Stanley and Gayle Jochum James and Joyce Johnson Ora and Wanda Johnson Dorothy Jones Ernest Jones James and Angelia Jones Jon Jones Philip Jones R. A. Jones Jack Julian James Julian II James and Eddi Marie Julian Larry Kemp Michael and Lucinda Keown Richard and Linda Kerby Gary Kerns Harry and Sue Kiesel Norris Kimsey Bill Klees Bud and Rita Knight Bradley Knotts Sandy Krietenstein Jill Lacy Chadley Ladd Marjan LaGrange Ellen Lamb Barbara Lamble Dennis Lampert Linda Langer Brian Lanham Julie Lanham Michael and Jenni Lanham Jeff Lankford C. Glen and Kay Lashley Robert and Constance Laubscher David and G. Ramona Lennen Thomas Leuze James and Linda Lindauer Susan Lockwood Dave Loewenstein Audie and Sharon Long Brandon Long Matthew Lucas Dolus Luff Gary Lumpe Louie and Doris Lusk Antonia Lyzenga Scott Maddox Bernie Main Kevin Manion Maurice and Marilou Mann Pasco and Carla Manzi Amy Marley Linda Marley Ed and Joyce Marlin Michael and Rhonda Marshall Bill Marshall Sharon Martinez Gloria and Stuart Mason Michael Mason Keith Masterson Brigitte Mathias-Fonlladosa Carl Rex May Jordan and Katherine Mays Brenda McAllister Oliver and Marlene McCarty Mary Lou McClung Todd and Debbie McConnell Marie McCord

19 Listed Alphabetically Deceased Thank you to all of our Donors 19 Annual Giving $100 - $999 The Patrons Circle cont. Troy and Chris McCrary Scott McDevitt R. Raymond and Margaret McGirt Cameron McKinney Danny and Lola McQuay Kurt and Jessica Mehringer Richard Melendez Glenn and Alice Menke Melvin and Janice Menke Lana Merriman Loretta Miley Tamara Miley Curtis Miller Gary and Rhonda Miller Hugh Miller Noel Miller John and Brandy MInton Kent Montgomery John and Carisa Moreland Larry and Rebecca Morton John and Gloria Murphy Brent and Cassidy Nalley Bonnie Nash Jeff Neel Bill and Sandy Neiderhaus Joseph and Jenifer Neidig Beth Nellist Kenneth Nelson Charles and Jane Neuman Greg Newman Patricia Nicolai Steven Nixon N. Elaine Norrick Paula Nossett D.L. and Bonnie Nurrenbern M. Austin Odom David Oldham Rex and Pansy O Neal Joan Overmire E. Wayne Parke Bob Parker Dan and A. Janet Parrish Joseph and Minnie Payne John and Tonya Payne Charles Pearison Stephen Peck Randall and Jane Pemberton Earl and Brenda Penrod E. Leo and E. June Perkins Jarmon and Patricia Perkins Kenneth and Kathy Perkins Charles Peters John and Kitty Pettit Larry Pflug Ray Phelps Gary and Mary Phillips Marsha Phillips William Ping Emily Pitkin Kristie Poindexter Robert and Brenda Poinsett Alexander Portee Terry and Paula Prather James and Kristina Pratt Aricka Prentice Treva Price Rosetta Priestly Kristiana Pumpure Jerry and Janet Putman Douglas and Donna Rademacher Floyd and Lois Raisor Kathy Rapp Heather Ray Jarvis and Barbara Reed Joan Reed Russell and Myra Reeves Cheyenne Reinig Carlotta Reynolds Jerry and Dorothy Reynolds Julie Risen Arvin Roberson Shane Roberts Tom Roberts Timothy and Martha Roberts Cecil and Lois Robertson Zach Robinson Karen Robison Floyd Rodrick Marvin Roeder Thomas Rosenfeld Louis Ross Robert and Lynn Ann Rowe Wayne and Wanda Rowland Linda Royalty Allen and Vicki Rumble Daniel and Kathy Ryan Joe Sandefer Christopher Sandifar Hugh and Glenda Schaefer Laura Schechner Karen Schleter Marvin and Norma Schultz Andrew Scott Billy and Naomi Secoy Kenneth Seebode Michael Seebode Stephen and Leslee Shaffer Denise Sharp Robert Shaw Ronald and Linda Shaw Stephen and Shirley Shields Terry Shields Carol Shoulders Stan Shoultz Jon Siau Betty Simmons Jack Simmons Mike Skvara John and Gladys Sloan Michael and Shannon Sloan David Smith Richard Smith Karen Snyder Brenda Sollman Byron and Martha Songer Ethan Sparks Jay and Becky Sparks Terry and Cathy Spaulding Glen and Margaret Spence Bill and Sharen Spencer Carolyn Spitler Jordan Steele Joshua and Cassandra Steele Del and Norma Steinhart Jerry and Judith Stilwell Conrad and Donna Stinson Charles and Sharon Strickland Nancy Strickland Jonathan Stroup Roger and Cynthia Sublett Jonathan Sulak Susan Sullivan Tom Super Bradley and Sheila Swain John and Jane Swain Julie Sykes J.D. and Kelley Taladay Chandra Tally Dan Tally David and Carol Taylor Greg Taylor Julie Taylor Alicia Tharp Tom Thornton Jack and Jane Tichenor Todd and Shannon Tichenor Al and Jeanne Tieken Billy Tippett Phyllis Tivey Joe and Janice Todrank Jim Trentham J. Mike and Kathryn Trotter Mary Tubbs Faith Tupman Horace Tyler Michael Uebelhor Robert Valano Bob and Darlene Valvano Richard and Rhonda Veen John and Tamyra Verheul Tim and Jennifer Verrette Floyd Vieth, Jr. Darin Wagner Jan Wagner Brittney Walker Kenneth and Carol Wargel Scott Watson Gregory and Cindy Webb Carol Jean Weir Gay Marie Weir Kenny and Kim White Judy and David Whitten Robbin Wilbur Richard and Katherine Wilderman Larry and Cherissa Williams Steven and Vicky Williams James and Pat Wilson L. Ray Winkler Michael Wiseman Charles and Mary Wood J. D. and Jeanie Woods Tara Wornica Betty Wright Robert Wright Linda Wuerth Tom Wuerth James and Tamara Yochum Phil and Kim Young Lynn Ziegler The Patrons Circle Corporations Adicent Capital LLC Advanced Disposal Services Anytime Fitness Arrington Prairie G. B. Church Baker Commerial Real Esate - Jeffersonville, IN Basden s American R.V. BB&T Wealth Management Bedland Best One Tire - Princeton, IN Bible Center Cathedral Big O Tires - Princeton, IN Bleu Restaurant Bloomfield First G. B. Church Boeckman s Furniture Bonefish Grill Boston s Brickyard Crossing Golf Resort Broshears Real Estate & Insurance Casey s General Store Caterpillar Foundation Centerpoint G. B. Church Chaffee Public School Foundation Chick-Fil-a Crosspoint Clarion Inn CNE Athletic Boosters Commerce Insurance Group, LLC Computers Plus Country Lane Courtyard by Marriott Crowne Plaza Hotel - Bridgeton, MO Crowne Plaza Hotel - Louisville, KY Crowne Plaza Hotel - St. Louis, MO D & M Tool Corporation Deaconess Hospital, Inc. Diamond Photography Don Hardesty Excavating Inc. Double D Diner Dubois County Community Foundation Dubois Wood Products Duell s Evansville Mazda, Kia, Volvo Duke Energy Indiana, Inc. Dunn and Associates Benefits Adminstrators, Inc. E.I. Sports Elite Screen Printing & Embroidery Elmer Buchta Trucking Embassy Suites Evansville Otters Evansville Sports Program, Inc. Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union Expressway Chevrolet F&M Building and Home Supplies, Inc. Fairfield Inn - Bloomington, IN Fairfield Inn - Evansville, IN Fairfield Inn - Indianapolis, IN Farm Bureau Foundation Fifth Third Bank - Oakland City, IN Fire Master First Bank - Carmi, IL First Baptist Church - Petersburg, IN First G. B. Church - Princeton, IN First G.B. Church - Mt. Carmel, IL First G.B. Church - Springfield, IL First United Methodist Church - Lawrenceville, IL Fraternal Order of Eagles 3335 French Lick Springs Resort Friendship G. B. Church - East Alton, IL Gateway Conveyor & Design, Inc. General Baptist Women s Ministries, Inc. Gentle Shepherd Church German American Bank - Petersburg, IN Gibson General Hospital Golf Plus

20 Honor Roll Annual Giving $100 - $999 The Patrons Circle cont. Planned Giving The 1885 Legacy Circle* Good Sports Grass Masters Sod Farm Gray Cemetery Trust Hall, Partenheimer & Kinkle Hampton Inn - Indianapolis, IN Holder s Furniture Hoosier Business Machines, Inc. Hooters Restaurant Howell G. B. Church - Evansville, IN Hudson Office Hulman Links Husk Signs Hutson John Deere Indianapolis Colts Jack R. Kinkel & Son/AIA Architects JD Levy & Associates Kemper CPA Group - Evansville, IN Kenny Kent Toyota Lexus Scion Kimball Office Furniture L & J Investments, Inc. LaQuinta Inn and Suites Lighthouse Assembly of God Livermore G. B. Church Logan s Roadhouse Lyha Concessions Madisonville Community Golf Course Maple Grove G. B. Church - Scottsville, KY Mariah Creek Christian Church Matthew Short & Sons Construction Co. Media Mix Communications, Inc. Memmer s True Value Farm Store Michael s Midnite Grafix Mill Road Baptist Church Mitchell Community Schools Dollars for Scholars Muren Church of God National Office Furniture New Albany Springs Golf Course New England Flag & Banner New Home G. B. Church - Bluford, IL New Image Family Fitness Center Nexstar Broadcasting Inc. North Friendship G. B. Church - Lynnville, IN Nurrenburn s Landscapes Oakland City Church of the Nazarene Oakland City Golf Club O Charley s Restaurant Orisky Excavating Otter Creek G. B. Church Our Savior Lutheran Church Paoli, Inc. Patriot Motors Peace Fellowship Poplar Bluff First G. B. Church Portland Cares Powell G. B. Church - Norris City, IL Prides Creek Golf Course Princeton Broadcasting Co, Inc Princeton Country Club Providence G. B. Church - Cisne, IL Rafferty s Remax Midwest Real Estate Group RMJ Plumbing Rotary Foundation of Evansville, Inc. Ruxer Ford-Lincoln-Mercury, Inc. Sandefer Distributing, Inc. Schwindel Graphics Sharon J. Kissinger Investments, LLC Sheraton Louisville Riverside Hotel Shine On Express Car Wash Silicon Valley Community Foundation Silver Creek H.S. Alumni Association Sky Zone! Sonitrol of Evansville, Inc. South Point Hotel and Spa Spring Hill Suites Marriott - Indianapolis, IN Spurgeon G. B. Church St. Elmo s Steakhouse Stables Steakhouse Steak N Shake Subway Sugar Bakers Sugar Tree G. B. Church Sultan s Run Golf Course T & L Construction Taco Tierra Tennyson G. B. Church Texas Roadhouse - Clarksville, IN Texas Roadhouse - Evansville, IN The Bauerhaus The Graceful Lady The Original Company The Ultimate Look The Westin Memphis Beal Street Tom Howard s Golf Superstore Trinity Assembly of God Tri-State Media Tri-state Printing and Embroidery Tropicana Via Media Wabash Valley Community Foundation, Inc. Walmart - Greencastle, IN Walmart - Princeton, IN Walther s Golf & Fun West Clark Community Schools Westfall Gold, Inc. Westfall Group Westwood Golf Course Whitfield Catholic Men s Club Wilkins-Brittingham Air and Water Winslow G. B. Church Wittmer Furniture and Gifts YMCA of Southwestern Indiana Zion Baptist Church - Henderson, KY The 1885 Legacy Circle Anonymous (1) Brian and Jamie Baker Florence Barnett O.W. Barry Joe and Jane Black Katherine Blackburn Gail Bradbury George Brinegar William F. and Caroline Roberta Bromley Goeble Bunch Ada Kathryn Campbell Ann Irene Cornwell Amel Cox Michael and Martha Crafton William D. Crecelius John Culbertson Oma Daugherty Larry and Alta Davis William Dearing Raymond Dill J. Michael Donahue Roberta Doninger John and Gail Dunn Frieda Ellison Fred Estheimer Francisco Estrada Dorothy Evans Glenn Finch Olive Forbes Sarah E. Fraser Hester C. Furman Edward E. Glenn Max and Shirley Glenn Alvin H. Graper Jeannette Gray Ariel Green Margaret Guard John Edward Gudgel John Gwaltney Weldon X. Hall, Jr. William Harkness Gary and Margaret Earl Harper John Haskins Alec and Julie Hensley Alta Hidbrader Evelyn Hilbert Barbara Horstmeyer Charles and Isabel Hoskinson Virgil Hunt Philip Johnson Ron Johnson Leroy and Wilma Jolly Robert S. Kelley Harry Kemper Chester Kinney Loye J. and Jane Latch Charles and Mary Ruth Lentz Arno Lessheim George Malone Marilou Mann May Mason Alonzo McBride Harold and Mary McCord Ruth McDaniel Chris McFail A.E. McKenney Alice W. Morlock Madelyn Myers Doyle Oursler Edward E. Owen Helen Welch Painter Presley and Paula Pendergrass Eloise Peugeot Ray and Jill Phelps Gary Phillips Elma A. Plane Imel Pride Jennie Pride Maurice Pride Jeanette Rauscher Helen R. Reed Kenneth Reed Glenn Simms Frank and Judy Schultheis Deirdre Smith Eva Smith Rose Ann Smith Olive Smith Louese Spradley Claribel Talley Ruby Taylor Sherriell Thompson C. Kightly Trippet Paul Waggoner Wilma Wilder Lorene H. Williams Roger Willis Lovie Wiseman Edward White Vyron Yount *Charitable Gift Annuities, Life Insurance, Charitable Remainder Trusts, Charitable Lead Trusts, Pooled Income Funds, Donor Advised Funds, Bequests, Property/Life Rights This Annual Report recognizes the individuals, corporations, government agencies, and foundations that have financially invested in Oakland City University from January 1, 2015 to December 31, The benefactors listed in the report are enabling Oakland City University guided by its General Baptist heritage to maintain and strengthen intellectual, spiritual, physical and social development that are central to its Mission. In this report, we acknowledge with gratitude all who have contributed to the financial well-being of Oakland City University in the past calendar year. All financial contributions are included in this report. While we have made every possible effort to ensure the accuracy of this report, we apologize in advance for any inadvertent misspelling or omissions. Please inform us of any errors by calling (812) so that we can correct our records and properly acknowledge your gift in a future publication.

21 Endowment Scholarships 21 Adolph and Jamae Lacy Endowment Scholarship Alumni Endowment Scholarship Arno Lessheim Endowment Scholarship Arthur & Zell Baker Memorial Scholarship Barbara Horstmeyer Endowment Scholarship Benoni Stinson Endowment Scholarship Bethesda General Baptist Endowment Scholarship Bryce & Opal Bottom Endowment Scholarship C. Kightly Trippet Endowment Scholarship C.R. Richardson Endowment Scholarship Cane Run General Baptist Church Endowment Scholarship Carolyn Weng Endowment Scholarship Cecil H. & Wanda Gladish Endowment Scholarship Charles & Isabel Hoskinson Endowment Scholarship Christy Park General Baptist Endowment Scholarship Claude L. Atkins Endowment Scholarship Coach Delbert Disler Endowment Scholarship Cyrstal Jones Roland Endowment Scholarship Davis/Phillips Endowment Scholarship Donald K. & Mary Ann Wilder Endowment Scholarship Dorothy Cockrum Heldt Endowment Scholarship Dr. Carl Shepard Endowment Scholarship Dr. Dale Porter Endowment Scholarship Dr. Darroll and Savanah Hargraves Endowment Scholarship Dr. Gary Barrett Endowment Scholarship Dr. James and Eddie Marie (Evans) Julian Endowment Scholarship Dr. James Wilson Murray Endowment Scholarship Dr. Jerry Phillips Endowment Scholarship Dr. Kenneth R. Kennedy Endowment Scholarship Dr. L.O. Roberts Endowment Scholarship Dr. Olen & Inez Pumphrey Endowment Scholarship Dr. Olive Smith Endowment Scholarship Dr. Ollie and Jane Latch Endowment Scholarship Dr. Presley Pendergrass Endowment Scholarship Dr. R.E. Simms Endowment Scholarship Dr. Vern P. & Bertha L. Whitten Endowment Scholarship Dr. Virgil Hunt Endowment Scholarship Dr. Wayne Foust Endowment Scholarship Dr. William F. and Caroline Roberta Bromley Endowment Scholarship Dr. William I. Painter Endowment Scholarship Edward Glenn Endowment Scholarship Ella Mayhall Bradbury Music Endowment Scholarship Eloise Mack Peugeot Endowment Scholarship First G.B. Church of Chino Endowment Scholarship Frances Borders West Memorial Scholarship Fred & Helen Rumble Endowment Scholarship Frieda Jordan & William T. Ellison Endowment Scholarship George Gomer Endowment Scholarship H.C. or Dorothy Evans Memorial Endowment Scholarship Harold and Mary McCord Family Endowment Scholarship Heathman Family Scholarship Hope, Swartz, Williams Endowment Scholarship Ira M. & Lela Mae Wilder Endowment Scholarship Jamaica Youth Missions Endowment Scholarship James E. & Alice Morlock Endowment Scholarship James Montgomery Gordon Endowment Scholarship Jeannette E. & Mildred Rauscher Endowment Scholarship Jennie M. Pride Endowment Scholarship Jose & Delores Sablan Endowment Scholarship Joy Yeager Endowment Scholarship Lawrence Black Endowment Scholarship Lennie Hunt Johnson Endowment Scholarship Lesta & Howard R. Miller Scholarship Fund Lillian K. Ehlbert Endowment Scholarship Lois Tichenor Endowment Scholarship Lone Oak Endowment Scholarship Lonnie E. & Sara Elizabeth Fraser Endowment Scholarship Louese Spradley Endowment Scholarship Lt. William Randall Crecelius Endowment Scholarship Lynden R. Pride, Nona, & Earther Fritz Endowment Scholarship Mamie Dufford Endowment Scholarship Margery Settle Endowment Scholarship Marietta C. Hasselbrinck Endowment Scholarship Marlin Kell Endowment Scholarship Maxine & Stephen E. Medlin Endowment Scholarship Michael Musgrave Endowment Scholarship Michael R. Vire Endowment Scholarship Mildred Vaughn Endowment Scholarship Neva Barnard Endowment Scholarship OCU Alumni Athletic Endowment Scholarship Opal Phillips Endowment Scholarship Orlan & Margery Phillips Endowment Scholarship Orville Pratt Endowment Scholarship Paul B. Johnson Endowment Scholarship Paul Montgomery Endowment Scholarship Paula Pendergrass Endowment Scholarship Professor Emma Anderson Endowment Scholarship Professor J.H. Oxford Endowment Scholarship Professor William Jordan Endowment Scholarship R.B. Smith Endowment Scholarship Rae Reierson Murray Endowment Scholarship - Athletic Scholarship for Women Rev. Tony Kevin Eskew Endowment Scholarship Richard & Charlotte Wasson Endowment Scholarship Robert S. Kelley and Weldon X. Hall, Jr. Endowment Scholarship Roberta Doninger Endowment Scholarship Ron Malin Student Support Services Endowment Scholarship Rosalia T. Torres Endowment Scholarship Ruby & Edgar Baum Endowment Scholarship Suddath Endowment Scholarship T. Hammons Endowment Scholarship The Finch Endowment Scholarship The Liberty Association Endowment Scholarship The Religious Studies Endowment Scholarship The Union Grove Association Endowment Scholarship The Webb Foundation Endowment Scholarship Thomas H. & Beatrice Colvin Dunning Endowment Scholarship Townsend Endowment Scholarship Virgil Whaley Endowment Scholarship W. Anthony & Sheri Huff Endowment Scholarship William Ledgerwood Endowment Scholarship Willis B. Simpson Endowment Scholarship Winsett-Riggle Memorial Endowment Scholarship Wm. C. & Edythe Dearing Scholarship Fund Wm. P. & May Cockrum Dearing Scholarship Fund

22 Message from the Chairman of the Board The Board officers have changed and diversified to better develop critical skills. Each Trustee has a unique background and skill set, providing a balance of pastoral, management, and entrepreneurial skills. The Board is responsible for having an independent financial audit conducted annually. During the last several years Oakland City University has received unqualified opinions, which is the best opinion that can be issued by an independent auditor. OCU has a strong balance sheet and improving cash flows. Oakland City University has positioned itself to be a faith-based institution where students are free to express their Christian faith. OCU touches the Head, the Heart, and Hands of students as they are transformed into faith-based leaders. To fulfill the University s mission the Board of Trustees has accepted the challenge to provide itself and the Administration with clear vision and direction. OCU has an Endowment Fund and a separate Scholarship Fund. The Board has developed investing guidelines and has employed an independent financial advisor to manage both funds. The financial advisor provides information quarterly to two Trustees and meets annually with the full Board of Trustees. On behalf of the Board of Trustees, I want to say thank you for your sacrificial gifts which provide a Christian learning environment enhancing positive leadership. May God bless you for the numerous lives touched by your generosity. Bill Blackburn Board of Trustees - Chairman

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