2007 PRESIDENT'S ANNUAL REPORT 2007 Board of Trustees Brother Milton Barker, FSC
Executive VP Finance/ President & CEO Totino-Grace High School Lopez Foods, Inc.
Fridley, Minn.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Naperville, Ill.
President and CEO James Harvey
President & CEO Managing & Senior Partner Timberline Knolls Middleton, Wis.
Lemont, Ill.
John Brett
Joliet, Ill.
Brother Edmund
Board Vice Chair
Senior Vice President Vice President President and Co-Founder MetLife Broker Dealer Group Merrill Lynch Private Client San Miguel Schools Iselin, N.J.
Chicago, Ill.
Brother Francis Carr, FSC
Mill Valley, Calif.
Russ Smyth
Former President Christian Brothers Majority Owner McDonald's Europe Blue Bengal Learning Labs Oak Brook, Ill.
Burr Ridge, Ill.
Chicago, Ill.
Joel Stava
Dolores Calderon Castellano
Managing Director Midwest Tungsten Services, Inc.
LB Capital Management Willowbrook, Ill.
Jane Condon
Melrose Park, Ill.
Rudy Mahalik, Jr.
Senior Vice President (Retired) 1st Choice Temp. Service, Inc.
Ruettiger, Tonelli & Associates, Joliet, Ill.
Poehner, Dillman & Brother Kevin Convey, FSC
Mahalik, Inc.
Joliet, Ill.
Director of Education Joliet, Ill.
Dr. Pietro Tonino
and Mission Reverend Douglas Martis
Director, Division of Sports Christian Brothers The Liturgical Institute at Assistant Professor Burr Ridge, Ill.
University of St. Mary's Loyola University Medical Center Brother Patrick Conway, FSC
Maywood, Ill.
Director of Formation and Mundelein, Ill.
Christian Brothers Vice President of Administration and Burr Ridge, Ill.
Finance & Chief Accounting John Eudes
Officer (Retired) Andrew Corporation Westchester, Ill.
Brother Maurice Anglim, FSC
Greystone.Net, Inc. Executive Assistant to the Atlanta, Ga.
Senior Vice President of Christian Brothers Senior Vice President Burr Ridge, Ill.
Enterprise Systems Downers Grove, Ill.
W. W. Grainger, Inc.
Robert Pluth, Jr.
Reverend William T. Cullen
Lake Forest, Ill.
Pastor EmeritusAscension Parish Dr. Michael Flavin
Schiff, Hardin & Waite Oakbrook Terrace, Ill.
Chairman & CEO Chicago, Ill.
Advanced Life Sciences Woodridge, Ill.
Coldwell Banker Honig-Bell Broadview, Ill.
Joliet, Ill.
Brother Michael Quirk, FSC
Chicago, Ill.
Brother James Gaffney, FSC
Christian Brothers Services Romeoville, Ill.
Board Chairman Emeritus Romeoville, Ill.
PresidentMichael E. Waters & Associates Brother David Galinski, FSC
Lake Forest, Ill. Director of Student Services New Lenox, Ill.
Saint Patrick High School Chicago, Ill.
Executive VP & CFO (Retired) President & CEO Van Kampen Investments Federal Signal Corporation Oakbrook Terrace, Ill.
Oak Brook, Ill.
President's Perspective Mission. Teaching and learning. Valuing people. Responding to growth.
Expanding facilities. Managing resources. These critical areas of focus arethe pillars of Lewis University's current strategic plan, Vision 2011: Shaping the Future, Responding to Growth, launched in 2007. The work outlined in this plan –and the pages that follow – speak to a major transformation happening here atLewis. Our growth is steady, our Mission and core values remain constant, and ourquality and effectiveness continue to increase.
Our dynamic Mission is at the center of all that we are accomplishing here at Lewis University. It is rooted in the vision of Saint John Baptist de La Salle, founderof the Christian Brothers who sponsor Lewis University. That commitment toMission is evident in a variety of faith-based courses stressing ethics and socialjustice, as well as in special scholarship opportunities to allow greater access to qualified but needy students. It isalso shown in the way the faculty explicitly incorporate the Mission into their syllabi and program offerings.
Another example is our enthusiastic celebration of diversity, as well as the services that we offer to our regionalcommunity through various Christian outreach and educational programs.
The recent addition of several endowed Centers of Excellence is another fine demonstration of our effort to engage our students in scholarly activity. With a highly generous $500,000 gift from Lowell Stahl, who is one of theoutstanding business leaders in Chicagoland, Lewis is pleased to have launched the Lowell Stahl Center for RealEstate Studies. Lewis is also most grateful to Trustee Emerita Kathryn Kelly and her sister, Rose Mary Perryman,who are the executors for the estate of Colonel Stephen S. and Lyla Doherty. They have made an exceptionalcommitment of $750,000 to begin The Colonel Stephen S. and Lyla Doherty Center for Aviation and Health Research.
Meanwhile, as our reputation for excellence spreads, applications increase and our student population progressively expands. We also continue to add new and relevant academic programs at the undergraduate andgraduate levels. Lewis is recognized regionally and nationally as one of America's top tier universities in ourcategory of higher education by both US News and World Report and The Princeton Review. As our academic programs and overall enrollment develop, the campus will continue to be transformed to accommodate this expansion. In 2007, thanks to the extraordinary generosity of James and Anne LaGrippe, Johnand Jeanette D'Arcy and the Lewis Foundation, the new $1.7 million James A. LaGrippe Pastoral Center wasdedicated. In addition, our fifth regional campus was opened, in Chicago at De La Salle Institute on the dynamicNear South Side, and our Tinley Park Campus was expanded. Additional campus improvements include a verywelcomed renovation of the Student Union, thanks to a generous and timely gift from Trustee Edward Prodehl andhis wife, Sandy, and a major upgrade of Ryan Hall last summer. Furthermore, as a follow-up to their wonderful giftlast year for the 75th Anniversary Time Plaza, Brent and Jean Wadsworth very generously have offered additionalsupport to create a beautiful new performance area and art gallery at the Oremus Fine Arts Center.
Moreover, in pursuing our Catholic and Lasallian Mission, Lewis remains firmly committed to ensuring that scholarship aid awards are available for our financially needy students. For instance, nearly $100,000 in netrevenue was raised for need-based scholarships at Lewis University's Signum Fidei (Sign of Faith) Celebration lastfall. Additionally, Lewis is honored to have received a number of newly endowed scholarships. For example, in2007 the Joliet chapter of UNICO, the largest Italian American service organization in the United States, establisheda generously endowed scholarship here at Lewis. Others have been established by Trustee Andy Langert and hiswife, Candy, and by retired faculty member, Dr. Paul Kaiser, and his wife, Kathy. Through scholarships and otherUniversity funding, Lewis provides approximately $15 million in institutional financial aid, apart from governmentstudent grants and loans.
In short, Lewis is steadily moving forward in the progressive transformation of our entire educational enterprise, which is ensuring that the University remains faithful to our mission while meeting current andanticipated needs throughout our regional community and for thousands of present and potential students.
Everything we undertake is rooted in our Mission, which influences all of our major initiatives. With theseobjectives always in view, we look forward to a hopeful and vigorous future. Moreover, we invite our students,alumni and the community to participate in our ongoing transformation, as Lewis University continues toward itsachievable goal of becoming one of the finest mid-sized Catholic universities in the Midwest.
Brother James Gaffney, FSC, President 2007 President's Annual Report Catholic and Lasallian Values inAction Lewis University's commitment to our Mission is the
passion inspiring everything we do. Our strategic plan,
Vision 2011: Shaping the Future, Responding to Growth,

Mission Statement launched in 2007, provides an action agenda for
bringing the Mission to life in our work and relationships

Lewis University, guided by with each other and the broader community.
its Catholic and Lasallianheritage, provides to adiverse student populationprograms for a liberal and Vision 2011 focuses on six strategic directions:
professional educationgrounded in the interaction Advancing Mission Responding to Growth of knowledge and fidelity in Advance Lewis University, both Achieve the desired academic, the search for truth.
regionally and within the Lasallian demographic, geographic and Lewis promotes the community, as a Catholic University programmatic mix of students in development of the committed to making our Mission accordance with the growth objectives complete person through values a lived reality – in our of the University and in concert with the pursuit of wisdom and classrooms and in our communities.
strategic plans for people, facilities justice. Fundamental to its and resources.
Mission is a spirit of Teaching and Learning Expanding Facilities association, which developscommunity in all teaching, Foster an excellent teaching and Accommodate the growth of Lewis learning and service.
impactful learning environment that University by enhancing and expanding significantly strengthens student facilities and technology to support a engagement, scholarship and success.
21st century learning community. Managing Resources Empower the employees of Lewis Allocate, manage and obtain resources University, a workplace of choice, by needed to support University strategic creating a culture that supports each goals while maintaining prudent funding individual's ability to excel.
and financial management strategies.
The vision and clarity of action outlined by Vision 2011 guides Lewis faculty andstaff in their daily work. This 2007 Annual Report is illustrative of the excitingwork and growth of the University in working toward a major transformation atLewis. Remaining true to our Catholic and Lasallian heritage, we are creating a21st century institution with the capacity to realize our powerful Mission. Advancing Mission At the core of all we do is our Mission,a Mission rooted in the life and work ofSaint John Baptist de La Salle and inthe tradition of the Christian Brothers.
Lewis University views our Mission asa living document which provides uswith vision and guidance as we carryout our daily work and succeed as aninstitution of higher education.
Saint John Baptist de La Salle's workbegan with the education of youngboys in France in the 1600s. At thetime, education was the province of aselect few, those born into wealth. La Salle believed all children, especiallythose with fewer opportunities andless financial resources, deserved achance at a better future througheducation. Lewis University continues week, residential, intensive college this legacy through our scholarships preparatory program is held on and special programs designed to campus and provides social and provide access to a Catholic higher academic activities to help students speaks to students education, and to build a foundation make the most of their Lewis in the University's for their future success.
SUCCESSProgram. The The Bridge Program's coursework Supporting Student Success focuses on: incoming students The SUCCESS Program is an example • College readiness skills of Lewis University's commitment to • Writing, reading and mathematics supporting our students by assisting advising to support them in meeting the admission • Library research orientation requirements of the University. The • Computer/technology literacy SUCCESS Program provides ongoing • Study skills and test taking mentoring and academic support • Introduction to the First Year services throughout the first year at Common Reader Program Lewis, giving students the personal, one-on-one attention that is essential The Bridge Program also incorporates to their success which is a hallmark of vitally important service learning into a Lewis education.
the curriculum by bringing program participants to volunteer at the The program begins in the summer Greater Chicago Food Depository. prior to the start of the school yearwith the Bridge Program. This two- 2007 President's Annual Report Joan Williams, Director of Advising/Certification Officer in the College of
Education, helps students make important decisions about their college careers.
Joan loves getting to know students personally and providing them with the
guidance to make appropriate choices.
Joan has been at Lewis since 1993. "Everyone has been wonderful to work with.
The people I have met, the collegial atmosphere and the diversity of backgroundscreate an environment which is professionally stimulating." Lewis has provided Joan with opportunities for growth in other areas as well. Shetook part in a Lasallian Mission Formation program. "It affirmed for me that whatI do for the University is what De La Salle and the Christian Brothers werestriving for. It made the Mission come alive." In addition, she has served onseveral Task Forces, has been an ICE (Introduction to College Experience) mentor, and has had the opportunity to travel to Ukraine as a participant of a Partners in Education grantproject. Being an employee of Lewis means more than just having a job…it means being part of alarger community who embraces a rewarding and meaningful Mission. The SUCCESS Program continues the Formation of New Employees intensive support of the Bridge The Christian Brothers are extremely Program throughout program innovative when it comes to advancing participants' first year on campus. The mission. They understand that for Introduction to the College Experience their mission and work to continue, course for freshman is a one credit they must inspire lay people by hour course that introduces students teaching them the Lasallian values and to available resources and helps mission. Lewis University has strengthen their skills. Each class developed extensive formation consists of 15 students and a Lewis programs and policies that reflect and University faculty member or enact this aspect of the De La Salle administrator who serves as the Christian Brothers' traditions.
mentor for the course. Lewis hiring practices are a reflection Additionally, the Success Program of the deeper University commitment provides students with: to Mission. This includes: • Peer mentoring • Hiring for Mission workshops for • Academic advising, registration and managers and unit heads career orientation • Mission-focused advertising • Tutoring and online remediation • Position descriptions emphasizing the • Study skills workshops University's commitment to Mission • Bi-weekly progress meetings with • Mission-related questions as a key the SUCCESS Program Coordinator part of the interview protocol • Ongoing follow-up with professional • Individual or small group Mission staff and faculty • Appointment letter from the President includes a personalmeeting with the President and adiscussion of how new employeeswill contribute to and extend theLewis Mission • New employee Mission-orientation Ongoing Formation of Faculty and Staff Lewis has seen extensive growth in theparticipation of faculty and staff information experiences. With just fiveparticipants in 1999, a record 51employees participated in some kindof formation program in 2007. Someexamples include: • Lasallian University Leadership Program in Rome: Faculty ELM was designed for employees who Lewis University is participated in a two-week session are unable to attend the more lengthy committed to advancing our in Rome. The life and mission of and formal national and regional Mission – supporting Saint John Baptist de La Salle and Lasallian formation programs like students, faculty, staff and the development of projects that those described above. Created by the the local and global reflect this mission and promote Office of Mission in conjunction with community are critical social justice were studied.
members of the Mission and Heritage pieces of extending the • Lasallian Leadership Institute: An Council, ELM is an experience that legacy of Saint John Baptist ongoing three-year program which builds upon what faculty and staff de La Salle and the meets for one week in the summer already know and appreciate about the tradition of the Christian and periodically throughout the Lasallian educational Mission of Lewis year, strives to help participants University and advances it further.
integrate and promote the Lasallianheritage into their personal andprofessional lives, and to assist In Service to Others them in becoming catalysts for A key pillar of the Lasallian mission development of this heritage within and the Mission of Lewis University is their educational communities.
the concept of service. The teaching • Buttimer Institute of Lasallian and learning programs at Lewis Studies in California: A three-year represent one critical aspect of program which meets for two weeks service, but we believe service must each summer to study the life and go beyond the education and the times of Saint John Baptist de La confines of our campus.
Salle, his pedagogy and spirituality. The list of volunteer opportunities for • Collegium Summer Institute: People students, faculty and staff is extensive of diverse backgrounds, faiths, and and continues to grow: disciplines meet to discuss thesources and implications of a Christian academic vocation.
• Big Brothers/Big Sisters • Institute for Catholic Administrators • Br. David Darst Social Justice Retreat in Higher Education: Some of the • Chicago Food Depository nation's outstanding scholars andpractitioners meet to address issues • Chicago Urban Program Plunge in Catholic higher education.
• Christmas Giving Tree 2008 In 2007, Lewis increased opportunities • Habitat for Humanity for the formation and development of our employees by creating and • Misericordia Heart of Mercy implementing the Exploring Lasallian • MorningStar Mission Mission (ELM) Program. More than 40Lewis faculty and staff participated in • The Night Ministry this inaugural experience over the • University Mission to Bolivia course of four half-day sessions. • University Mission to the Philippines 2007 President's Annual Report Our Mission in Action The Big Brothers/Big Sisters (BBBS)
program is a nationally known and mentors talk about respected organization that provides after school tutoring and mentoring to at-risk youth in 2nd – 5th grades. mostly, they spendtime together and The program first came to Lewis develop a bond that University in the mid 1990s. Initially Martha Villegas Miranda can have a lasting pairing 18 children with 18 Lewis effect on a child. student mentors, the program nowincludes 57 children and 57 Lewis In keeping with the University's student mentors. Children and their Lasallian Mission, formation andtraining of student mentors is a keycomponent of our campus BBBSprogram. Lewis was recognized in 2007for this work when Martha VillegasMiranda was named Coordinator ofthe Year for On-Site Mentoring. University Mission to Bolivia: Over 60
Lewis University students and staff
have participated in this life changing
experience. Participants travel to
Bolivia for two weeks and work in
orphanages, daycare centers,
hospitals and with the children of the
streets. Students serve the community
in many significant ways while
learning about the beautiful
indigenous culture of this country.
Remarks by 2007 Lasallian volunteer inBolivia, Sophia Cartagena, speak to thesignificance of this particularvolunteer experience and the power ofserving others in general: "Where do I begin? This past missiontrip to Bolivia was my third. It was achance to take time and really enjoywhat God has blessed us with. Notonly was the view amazing wherever Istood, but the people of Bolivia addedso much more beauty. They werewelcoming, warm, and full ofunconditional love. I never felt like astranger when I was in Bolivia. I alwaysfelt like I was part of a family. Beforemy first trip to Bolivia, my relationshipwith God seemed almost nonexistent.
When I was there, I could see God ineverything and everybody." Strengthening Teaching and Learning Teaching and learning is the fundamental work of any institution of higher education.
At Lewis University, we go much deeper by infusing teaching and learning with thevalues of the Lasallian mission and the Christian Brothers' tradition.
Our Vision 2011, the strategic plan Three action projects are entering launched in 2007, calls upon Lewis to: their third and final year. Foster an excellent teaching andStudent Learning Outcomes:
impactful learning environment that The Project Team will present a significantly strengthens student series of training events to enable engagement, scholarship and success. Lewis University to demonstrateevidence of student learning in a Many experiences among faculty, staff, program that is participative and and students provide opportunities to worthwhile, with the assistance of extend the Mission through teachable the Higher Learning Commission.
moments. We are deliberate andthoughtful in our teaching and aspire • Communication and Collaboration:
to reach each student and help them The Project Team group has pilot to learn and grow and build the tested new software in the foundation of a successful future.
Blackboard platform that will enablethe University to have a repository of Examples of Lewis University's work to information available, as well as strengthen teaching and learning are other features such as an electronic evident in our accreditation process, town hall and a "wiki" tool that will Academic Quality Improvement allow groups of people to collaborate Program (AQIP), and in our Centers in the production of documents. This of Excellence.
year's work includes plans foracquainting employees with the AQIP Reaccreditation software and training in its use.
Campus Facilities: The Project Team
has explored how decisions are The AQIP reaccreditation process is made regarding campus facilities one that promotes the concept of during this time of growth. In the continuous self improvement.
upcoming year, they will help the Lewis University began its process University develop a system toward reaccreditation in the fall of whereby stakeholders will be able to 2004 to determine what matters most review facilities planning to us as an institution of higher documents, provide input, and education. We are currently receive feedback as part of the progressing toward the 2011 facilities planning process.
reaffirmation of accreditation with the The Systems Portfolio document, Higher Learning Commission through which has involved at least 100 a variety of processes. employees, will culminate in a finalreport to the Higher LearningCommission. It identifies our currentsystems and processes in ninecategories and demonstrates how weare becoming an institution ofevidence, evaluation, and continuous TEA improvement.
2007 President's Annual Report CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE In keeping with our Mission and commitment to continuous strengthening of teaching andlearning, Lewis University continues to expand Centers focusing on specific areas of study andprofessional pursuits. These Centers model the University's commitment to "best practices" inteaching while providing opportunities for faculty, staff and students to engage in intellectuallychallenging projects and research that contribute to their disciplines and/or the surroundingcommunity, and extend learning beyond the traditional classroom setting.
The Colonel Stephen S. and Lyla Doherty Center
for Aviation and Health Research

With the generous gift of $750,000 from Faculty Development: Faculty involved
Colonel Stephen S. and Lyla Doherty, with the Doherty Center were sent to the Colonel Stephen S. and Lyla conferences and education programs in Doherty Center for Aviation and the areas of research center Health Research was officially development, strategies for engaging launched at the end of 2006. The students in research, proposal Center was established to promote development and review.
Establishment of Proposal Application
and Review Process: Funding eligibility
criteria were operationally defined and established. Proposal application requirements were developed.
Proposals were evaluated for their potential to advance or disseminate knowledge related to the fields of health or aviation based on intellectual merit, focus and feasibility, partnerships with impact on education and community outreach, ability to advance goals and mission of the Doherty Center and In 2007 – its first year – the Center has benefit the Lewis community.
posted significant accomplishmentsincluding: The Doherty Center Structure was
Two Co-Directors – Dr.
Pamela A. Martyn-Nemeth, Associate
Professor, College of Nursing and
Health Professions and Professor
Michael K. Streit of the Aviation
Department – were named to oversee
Center activities. An administrative
Steering Committee was established to
facilitate the development and
implementation of the structure and
processes for Center activities. A
Coordination committee provided
guidance regarding applicant
eligibility, proposal development
guidelines and application review
Request for Proposals Culminates in
• The third study Computer Simulation of
Three Funded Projects: A call for
Emergency Department Surge Capacity
proposals was sent to faculty in April by Dr. Marne Bailey and Dr. Raymond 2007. Three proposals were funded Klump, seeks to establish computer that have the potential to advance software with mathematical models scientific knowledge in areas that can simulate emergency room significant to healthcare.
surge capacity. Development of thesemodels could be beneficial should a Two studies in the fields of disaster occur.
microbiology propose to investigatehow bacteria establish and survive to Establishment of the Doherty Center promote potentially deadly infections: has been transformational to theculture at Lewis University. It has • Temperature as a Factor in the
provided a new way of thinking about Formation of Biofilms,
student learning and engagement; new by Dr. Jerry H. Kavouras opportunities for collaboration with • The Methcillin-Resistant Staphylococus
colleagues; and a new definition of what Aureus (MRSA) Monitoring Project by
scholarship is at Lewis University. This Dr. James V. Rago is the beginning of a very stimulatingand productive journey ahead.
The Lowell Stahl Center for Real Estate Studies at Lewis University
The Stahl Center was made possibledue to a generous $500,000 donation " Success and vision go hand in hand. A from Lowell Stahl in order to meet a person can want good things to happen, number of goals including: but having direction and vision are the true 1. Support a variety of educational driving forces. I received the direction and activities to address the contemporary vision I needed years ago when Brother needs of the real estate industry.
Leo Forgette, FSC, gave me a scholarship to the ChristianBrothers high school where he taught. Similarly, I challenged 2. Serve as a catalyst to encourage and Lewis University to provide that direction and vision for men support students interested in the and women interested in careers in commercial real estate. The field of real estate.
Lowell Stahl Center for Real Estate Studies will enable those in 3. Provide career placement assistance to real estate and those wanting to enter the industry to learn students seeking to work in real estate.
about and focus on what is a demanding and rewarding career 4. Provide opportunities for alumni in real in commercial real estate. In doing so, it will provide the vision estate to network with each other and that may ignite success in the lives of many students." to serve as mentors to our students.
5. Develop programs to enhance the knowledge and skills of professionalsalready in the field through activities The Center co-sponsored a Will such as seminars in real estate.
County Center for EconomicDevelopment symposium on January 6. Develop mutually beneficial 10, 2008, that brought together nearly partnerships with leaders in the 500 professionals, students and industry which will enrich student faculty. The symposium launched the experiences, strengthen faculty Center broadly to the real estate expertise and provide relevant community and began to identify programs and activities for real critical content areas worthy of research and project development.
7. Carefully explore academic degrees or specializations in real estate.
2007 President's Annual Report Center for Ministry and Spirituality
A Ruby Among Stones: A Christian Perspective on the Prophet The mission of the Center for Ministry Muhammad: A comparative and Spirituality is to respond to the discussion of Muhammad of Islam educational and formational needs of and Jesus of Christianity. individuals engaged in Christian • Symposium on Roman Catholic pastoral ministries, to provide quality Material Culture: A three-day event learning opportunities that are that looked at the relationship Each of these
accessible and affordable as well as between art, other material objects experiential, and to promote a Lewis University
dynamic and collaborative educational as a leader in their
environment combing theoretical study with practice application in a Lewis University History Center:
community of faith.
Studies in Urban and Catholic
In 2007, the Center for Ministry and History of the Upper Midwest
exhibit the
Spirituality sponsored a number of Just approved in the summer of 2007, dedication of the
events that further their mission.
the History Center will offer high University to our
Specifically, these events included: profile programs and engender students and our
Mission of

6th Annual Signum Fidei Lecture – engagement with the community, ensuring the
Young Adults: A New Age in the position itself as a leading program Catholic Church: A discussion of among peer institutions, and become a teaching and
young adults and the important role hub of scholarly, applied activity for that they play in the Catholic students, scholars and community Church, as well as the challenges the that Church faces in regard tomeeting the needs of this growinggroup of Catholics.

Responding to Growth Within the last five years, Lewis has The core Mission and values of the seen tremendous growth: University are as powerful a force asever – perhaps even stronger. We have • Close to 1,000 additional students maintained our sense of purpose and have joined our ranks, bringing us to place and created new and more a student body of 5,327, projected to extensive opportunities to extend and increase to 6,500 by 2011.
deepen our Mission. We have • New Undergraduate programs in increased the number of students fields very much in demand have while maintaining diversity and our been added including Aviation commitment to supporting students Security, Contemporary Global whose financial needs could be a 5,290 5,327
Studies, Fire Services barrier to higher education. We have Administration, Forensic Criminal increased our academic profile while Investigation and Philosophy of Law.
still providing conditional admission • New Graduate programs have been to students with potential, but who added and include Adult Nurse need additional support.
Practitioner, Aviation and The catalyst for change at Lewis Transportation, English as a Second comes both from within – our ongoing Language Endorsement, a doctoral work to realize our Mission – and from degree in Educational Leadership external resources. Lewis University's (first doctoral program at Lewis), main campus is located in Will County, Information Security, Finance and a region southwest of Chicago that is experiencing rapid growth and change.
• Major campus renovations include We are responding to and leading this new buildings and additional regional expansion by providing leadership, intellectual capital and The change at Lewis has been so service, which has, in turn, fostered significant that the word growth really some of our growth. does not capture all that is happening Additionally, recognition from outside – the University is undergoing a of the University including U.S.News transformation. Lewis is not just and World Report and The Princeton getting bigger, it is evolving and Review continues to spark additional becoming a different kind of place and interest in the University. Our alumni yet…much stays the same.
who continue to achieve recognition in their personal and professional lives add value to the worth of a Lewis degree.
est College in the Midwestern Region by T
2007 President's Annual Report Expanding Facilities Buildings are much more than bricks, "Lewis University is a gem within the mortar and mechanicals. At Lewis, our county just being realized," said Ed buildings are much more about the Prodehl, Lewis Board of Trustees people and life that exists within them.
member. With Ed and his wife Sandy'sleadership gift, Lewis has beautifully In response to the University's growth, renovated the Student Union. but also as a symbol of ourtransformation, the campus itself is a Mr. Prodehl continued, "We are critical focus of our Vision 2011 bringing more of a campus life to our strategic plan. With major renovation students through the emphasis on and conversion of existing buildings facilities. With our scholarships, we and construction of new buildings, provide access to the University for Lewis is creating the physical space to many who might not otherwise have support and nurture our values as we this opportunity. When they arrive, we inspire and guide the lives of our must offer them the very best programs and facilities possible – it'sreally all part of how we carry out the This work to sustain and expand our values of the Christian Brothers and campus would not be possible without the Lasallian tradition. We take the vision and leadership of a few seriously our Mission and constantly dedicated benefactors. Their support reach further to realize that Mission in illustrates the critical link between our everything we do – including the Mission and work and the place in buildings we build." which both are carried out. Brent Wadsworth and his wife Jean Our facilities are home to the hopes were similarly moved. "We were and dreams of our students and the honored to be able to help Lewis with values that sustain us. Growing and the enhancement of the Oremus Fine enhancing our campus is another way Arts Center," Mr. Wadsworth said.
Lewis is striving to realize the full "Lewis is a wonderful service to the potential of our Mission and Lasallian Will County area, where I grew up. The University is a small part of the worldsupporting good people." Mr. Wadsworth was inspired to write apoem about the bridge between thephysical growth of the Lewis campusand its broader Mission. On thededication of the Time PlazaAnniversary Clock in 2006, Mr.
Wadsworth wrote, "Knowledge,Fidelity and Wisdom in search of truth,Justice and Association for Lewis itdoes suit." 2007 President's Annual Report Scholarships and Endowed Funds What is an endowment? Endowed leaders as a service organization to funds differ from others in that they raise funds to give back to the local are truly the gift that keeps giving.
community. UNICO (Unity, Instead of the entire amount of the gift Neighborliness, Integrity, Community being spent outright, the total amount and Opportunity) and its mission were of the gift is invested. Each year, only a established to call attention to the portion of the invested income earned contribution of Italian-Americans in is spent while the remainder is added the fields of art, literature, music and to the original principal. An science by supporting local endowment is a perpetual gift because community charities. Each year a only the interest is used to support community leader was honored at University scholarships while the Joliet UNICO's Citizen of the Year principle continuously grows. Always Banquet and an annual $4,000 equated with excellence and long-term scholarship was awarded to a local strength, endowments are absolutely high school senior in support of essential if we are to remain true to our education among other contributions Mission to provide access to students to local charities.
who may not otherwise be able to In September of 2007, the Joliet afford a private, Catholic education.
Chapter of UNICO decided to resign as When the Joliet Chapter of UNICO, a a local chapter and liquidate its funds, local chapter of the largest Italian- and they wanted to make a lasting American service organization in the impact on education locally. The Joliet United States, approached Lewis Chapter of UNICO Endowed University to establish a $25,000 Scholarship to Lewis University allows Endowed Scholarship, they sent a them to make this impact while clear message of endorsement of our partnering with a university whose Mission and work.
mission and values mirror that ofUNICO and their past efforts in The Joliet Chapter of UNICO was stewardship. The competitive founded in January 1957 by a local Scholarship will be offered annually to group of Italian-American business a well qualified Lewis student of Italiandecent with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, arecord of community involvement andfinancial need.
The effort to establish the UNICOEndowed Scholarship at Lewis washeaded by Chapter President RichardTapella and by long-time UNICOmember and Lewis benefactor Dr. PaulRubino. Tapella said, "We are proud ofour achievement as Unicans and thelegacy we leave in this community andto the many we have helped bothdirectly and indirectly through theyears of stewardship and promotingeducation excellence." Pictured from left to right, seated are: Mrs. Ann Rubino, Mrs. And those of us at Lewis are grateful Rose Lenhart, Mrs. Marilyn Tarizzo, and Dr. Richard Tarizzo. and humbled by UNICO's show of faith Standing from left to right are: Dr. Paul Rubino, Mr. Charles in us, our Mission and our work, by Lenhart, Rev. Michael Valente, Brother James Gaffney, FSC, extending their legacy through the Lewis University President, and Dr. August Martinucci. UNICO Endowed Scholarship.
From University Advancement Dear Friend of Lewis University: As a Catholic and Lasallian institution of higher education, Lewis University has an unwaveringcommitment to the discovery of truth, the advancement of excellence, and the realization of individualand spiritual growth. We are Mission driven. Our Lasalliancharacter and commitment distinguishes us from othercolleges and universities. We have a vision for the future, andto realize that, we rely upon your partnership.
The true strength of Lewis University is found in the people who have sacrificed tomake this institution so vibrant and distinctive. Our many alumni, friends, andbenefactors have provided the margin of excellence crucial in today's highlycompetitive marketplace for higher education. I offer my heartfelt gratitude for thiscommitment and support.
Nearing the completion of my first full year at Lewis, I am honored to work incooperation with our many friends and contributors. Never before have I experiencedsuch deep and unwavering commitment to educational excellence and advancement ofmission found in the Catholic faith. As much as we appreciate the value of the philanthropic support we receive, there isalso no greater joy than seeing the faces of incoming students and parents come to lifeas they enroll here to study. We remain committed to ensuring that future generationsof students and families will have access to the high quality, relevant, Catholiceducation that we offer at Lewis University. To be successful in that regard, we must: • Continue to grow the scholarships and financial support we provide for an increasingly diverse student population. We must never allow financial constraintsto limit access. We must remain open and accessible to those who seek to learn inthe Lasallian tradition.
• Make investments in facilities and technology that will help us achieve widespread recognition for quality. We seek to be known as one of the finest, mid-sized,comprehensive Catholic universities in the Midwest.
Just as we appreciate the value of your past support, so also would it be our honorand pleasure to work with you and others to make possible a future of continuedexcellence and distinction at Lewis University. I cordially invite you to join with us.
Now is the time to make a commitment and take action to support our Mission. Vice President for University Advancement 2007 President's Annual Report Statement of ActivitiesFor the year ended June 30, 2007 REVENUES
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Government programs Investment income & realized gains Unrealized investment gains Auxiliary enterprises Net assets released from restrictions Organized activities Auxiliary enterprises CHANGE IN NET ASSETS Net assets, beginning of the year Net assets, end of the year This Annual Report recognizes the individuals, corporations, government agencies and foundations that have invested in the financialsupport of Lewis University from July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007. The benefactors listed in this report are enabling Lewis University,guided by its Catholic and Lasallian heritage, to maintain and strengthen the programs of teaching, learning and service that arecentral to its Mission.
In this report, we acknowledge with gratitude all who have contributed to the financial wellbeing of Lewis University in the past fiscalyear. While we have made every possible effort to ensure the accuracy of this report, we apologize in advance for any inadvertentmisspelling or omissions. Please inform us of any errors by calling (815) 836-5812 so that we may correct our records.
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Ralph & Mrs. Nancy Edwards Mr. Edward & Mrs. Michelle Harmatys Mr. Donald, Jr. & Mrs. Nancy Kempf Mr. John & Mrs. Melissa Cavazos Mrs. Sheila Harris '06 Mr. Kevin '76 & Mrs. Linda Kennedy Mr. Thomas Maloney Mr. William Hartmann '78 Mr. Michael '74 & Mrs. Lynn Collar Mr. William '67 & Mrs. Mary Jo Einecker Mr. Michael & Mrs. G. "Jean" Hatzis Mr. Edward '55 & Mrs. Carol Kerrigan Ms. Denise English '83 Mr. Christopher Haworth '98 Mr. Stephen '80 & Mrs. Marcia Kezerle Mr. Adolph '71 & Mrs. Marion Manuel Mr. William & Mrs. Donna Eskridge '72 Mr. Howard & Prof. Joyce Hayward '86 Mr. Joseph '69 & Mrs. Karen Manzo Ms. Marcela Fanning '79 Mr. Philip '65 & Mrs. Betty Healy Mr. Raymond '76 & Mrs. Christina Mr. John & Mrs. Margaret Farrell Mr. Robert Healy '86 Mr. Michael Kipilla Mr. Michael Fedoruk Ms. Patricia Marin Ms. Pamela Heavens Ms. Laura Kirk '81 Mr. Donald Markelz '76 Ms. Diana Heffron '83 Mrs. Susana Kiwan '06 Dr. Ronald '72 & Mrs. Roseann Mr. Francis '61 & Mrs. Rosemary Ms. Wendy Hegarty '92 Mr. Howard '68 & Mrs. Carol Heidron Lieutenant Julie Klimach '02 Dr. Eugene '69 & Mrs. Honor Ferretti Mr. Stanley & Mrs. Ivanka Markun Mr. Ross '77 & Mrs. Joyce Hemphill Dr. Fritz '65 & Mrs. Judith Kokesh Ms. Colleen Finlay '76 Mr. Ronald '92 & Dr. Joann Maruszak Mr. Kenneth Hennessy '90 Mr. Thomas '71 & Mrs. Constance Mr. Robert, Sr. & Mrs. Barbara Finley Mr. Michael '74 & Mrs. Kathleen Mr. John '77 & Mrs. Linda Fitzgerald Mr. James Massa '77 Dr. Elizabeth Kozak Ms. Shirley Fitzpatrick '55 Mrs. Andrew Matichak Mr. David & Mrs. Nathalie Herbst Mr. Robert '62 & Mrs. Marlene Kozlowski Dr. William & Mrs. Rita Fitzpatrick Mr. John & Mrs. Dianne Kulawiak Mr. Eugene Herman '80 Mr. Garry '78 & Mrs. Karla Kraemer Mr. Richard '60 & Mrs. Mary Flammini Mr. William & Mrs. Mary Hetland '87 Mr. Kenneth '78 & Mrs. Marianne Kraft Mr. Anthony '77 & Mrs. Mary Flint Mr. Raymond & Mrs. Mary Jo May '86 Dr. Lawrence & Mrs. Gloria Hill Mr. Dale & Mrs. Mary Thomas Mr. John '68 & Mrs. Trudy Ford Mr. Arthur & Mrs. June Maze Mr. Richard & Mrs. Joan French Mr. George Hlava '66 Mr. Michael '93 & Mrs. Anne Kryger '97 Mr. John '54 & Mrs. Karen Frisch Reverend Thomas McCarthy, OSA '01 Mr. George Hofbauer '72 Mr. Larry Kubisiak '01 Sergeant Arthur Froehlich '47 Mr. Harold & Mrs. Wendy Carlson Ms. Mary McCarthy Norman '78 Mr. Charles '90, '91 & Mrs. Sylvia Dr. Philip Skell ‘65 Reverend Michael Novick '90 Mr. Martin '81 & Mrs. Loretta Skerjan Mr. Vincent & Mrs. Julie Durkin Mr. Edward, M.D. '89 & Mrs. Tina Mr. Michael '78 & Mrs. Cathyrn Rancilio Mr. Thomas & Mrs. Dianna Skoczek Lardizabal Novick '89 Ms. Karen Randolph Mrs. Theresa Williams Smaldone '80 Mr. David & Mrs. Marty McGinnis Mr. Edmund, Jr '67 & Mrs. Patricia Mr. Ravi & Mrs. Carolyn Robins Mr. Kevin '81 & Mrs. Sue Smith Mr. Donald '78 & Mrs. Denise McGuire Mr. Robert Snyder '72 Mr. Patrick '68 & Mrs. Kristine McGuire Mr. Lawrence '81 & Mrs. Julie O 'Brien Mr. Robert & Mrs. Antoinette Mr. Michael Sobczyk '70 Mr. John '78 & Mrs. Patti Martin Mrs. Carol Grewenig O 'Brien '63 Mr. Stanley '59 & Mrs. Maryanne Mr. Michael O 'Brien '91 Ms. Ellen Renna '99 Ms. Catherine McKendry '93 Mr. Richard '76 & Mrs. Denise O 'Brien Mr. Jared '97 & Mrs. Jill Kinlaw Mr. Stephen Sorich '76 Mr. Michael '02 & Mrs. Barbara Mr. Robert O 'Brien '80 Mr. Robert & Mrs. Lynn Madsen Mr. Emmett & Mrs. Mary O 'Connell Ms. Heidi Reynolds Ms. Noreen McNitt Ms. Sharon O 'Connell '96 Mr. Kurt & Mrs. Kimberly Spuehler Mr. James McQueeny '89 Mr. Dennis '67 & Mrs. Jeanne O 'Connor Mr. Robert & Mrs. Colleen Sulima Mr. John McSweeney '66 Mr. Thomas '78 & Mrs. Barbara Mr. Foster '70 & Mrs. Pamela Stahl Mr. Mark '97 & Mrs. Lynn Imber Mr. Thomas '95 & Mrs. MariBeth Ring Mr. Daniel '70 & Mrs. Janice Mr. Robert '61 & Mrs. Sally O 'Day Mr. Marc & Dr. Angela Risser Reverend John Merkelis, OSA '96 Ms. Mary O 'Donnell Mr. Paul '59 & Mrs. Barbara Rizzi Dr. James Stasko, D.D.S.
Mr. Robert '74 & Mrs. Kathy Meyer Honorable Roman Okrei Mr. John '85 & Mrs. Donna Roberts Mrs. Dawn Bruzas Stenseth '84 Mr. Thomas '74 & Mrs. Diane Meyer Mr. Jeremiah '67 & Mrs. Patricia O 'Leary Ms. Jessica Roderique Mr. Richard, Jr. '73 & Mrs. Judith Ms. Mary Michalski '07 D. Patrick & Mrs. Kathleen O 'Leary '91 Mr. Robert & Mrs. Joen† Rogina Mr. Kenneth '88 & Mrs. Amy Mihelich Mr. Joseph '61 & Mrs. Claudette Oleksy Mr. Matthew Rolle '07 Mr. Joshua Stoyak '07 Mr. Daniel Miller '04 Mr. James '73 & Mrs. Kathleen Olsen Mr. Thomas '65 & Mrs. Judith Rollins Mr. Ronald Stricker '84 Mr. Todd '86 & Mrs. Deana Miller Mr. Joseph '81 & Mrs. Mary O 'Malley Mr. Robert Rose '57 Mr. Anthony Strimel '76 Mr. Edmund '57 & Mrs. Mary Miller Mr. Patrick O 'Neill Mr. Lloyd Roth III '07 Mr. David Struckhoff Colonel Roger Mills '66 & Mrs. Judy Mrs. Maryann Guzzaldo O 'Neill '00 Mr. Michael Rourke '03 Mr. Frederick '88 & Mrs. Kimberly Sugg Mr. Marvin & Mrs. Sharon Otten '01 Mr. Richard '93 & Mrs. T. Holly Rudaski Ms. Pamela Sulima '75 Ms. Suzanne Minarich Mr. Christopher Painter Mr. Richard '71 & Mrs. Deena Rush Mr. Charles '73 & Mrs. Sandra Mr. John '81 & Mrs. Maryjane Johnson Mr. John '65 & Mrs. Marilyn Paladino Mr. Michael '71 & Mrs. Mary Rutherford Mr. Rick & Mrs. Jennie Suttle Mr. Gary Paluch '85 Mr. Edward '66 & Mrs. Linda Russell Mr. Nicholas '69 & Mrs. Linda Mirabelli Mr. Robert & Mrs. Sally Szablewski Mr. Thomas & Mrs. Gayle Atkinson Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ruth Mr. Martin '74 & Mrs. Denise Mitrenga Mr. Robbie Ryan '95 Mr. Tom & Mrs. Mary Arneberg Mr. Jerold Papesh Ms. Michelle Ryan '95† Mr. Michael Tadla '95 Mr. John '69 & Mrs. Roberta Paskvalich Mr. Joseph '79 & Mrs. Michelle Mr. Andrew Rybak '06 Mr. Ronald '59 & Mrs. Marie Pasquinelli Ms. Nancy Rysiewicz Mr. Robert '57 & Mrs. Leslie Tentler Mr. Greg Morgan, P.C.
Ms. Hillary Passarelli '07 Mr. Harry Sakai '88 & Ms. Sharon Mr. Thomas & Mrs. Thea Thanas Mr. Robert & Mrs. Sally Moriarty Mr. Stanley '77 & Mrs. Christine Patek Mr. Douglas '64 & Mrs. Barbara Dr. Paul, M.D. & Mrs. Ruth Morimoto Mr. Lawrence '69 & Mrs. Barbara Mr. Terrance & Mrs. Patricia Peeples Mr. Patrick & Mrs. Gerri Thorburn Mr. Harry Mosier '66 Mr. Jerome Pennie '57 Mr. John & Mrs. Lisa Salazar '03 Mr. Mitchell Tomaszkiewicz '85 Mr. Frederick Moss '61 Mr. Andreas & Mrs. Carolyn Perakes Mr. Robert '69 & Mrs. Susan Salutric Mr. David '66 & Mrs. Barbara Tomczyk Mr. James '74 & Mrs. Antoinette Mueller Mr. Christopher '87 & Mrs. Patricia Perry Mr. Donald Sargent'87 Mr. Theodore & Mrs. Rosemary Tonelli Mr. Kenneth Mularski '63 Mr. Ernest '77 & Mrs. Betty Peterek Brother Joseph Saurbier, FSC '72 Mr. James & Mrs. Rosemary Treonis Ms. Eileen Murphy Mr. Robert J. Peters '07 Ms. Neda Sawyer '01 Mr. Scott & Mrs. Lisa Trost Mr. Patrick & Mrs. Kathryn Phillips Mr. Anthony Scala '05 Mr. Robert & Mrs. Linda Truty '89 Mr. Raymond '87 & Mrs. Kristine Phillis Ms. Patricia Aimaro Schneider '78 Mr. Robert II & Mrs. Vicky Plys Honorable Timothy Murphy '76 Mr. Ronald '73 & Mrs. Mary Ellen Piatek Mr. Leonard'73 & Mrs. Colette Schrank Mr. Thomas '65 & Mrs. Karen Murphy Ms. Holly Pickering Mr. Dana Schwarting Mr. Michael & Mrs. Genevieve Turk Mrs. Judy Murray '76 Ms. Mary Pickering Mr. Wayne '69 & Mrs. Cathy Scroggins Mrs. Shevawn O 'Connor Tyrrell '78 Mr. Michael Murray '72 Mr. Richard Piper A.I.A.
Dr. Richard '70 & Mrs. Kay Sebastian Mr. Frank '65 & Mrs. Bernadette Mr. Sanford & Mrs. Susan Giacomi Mr. James '05 & Mrs. Kristen Pisani Mr. John Seck '65 Valderrama '99, '04 Mr. Joseph, Sr. '53 & Mrs. Mary Lou Mr. James '77 & Mrs. Terri Segredo Mr. James '81 & Mrs. Carolyn Van Eck Mr. Ronald Nagel '60 Dr. Peter '67 & Mrs. Debra Seiler Mr. Thomas Vancura '68 Mr. Daniel Nelson Mrs. Robert Pluth, Sr.
Reverend Dennis Settles '71 Mr. David '79 & Mrs. Judy Veronda Mr. George Pobuda II '76 Mr. Guy '75 & Mrs. Donna Knapik Mr. Donald '59 & Mrs. Donna Videtich Mr. Gordon '50 & Mrs. Marilyn Nelson Dr. Patricia Vidmar-Scubic '99 Mr. Theodore & Mrs. Kate Rastetter Ms. Mary Lou Polcyn Mr. William '80 & Mrs. Nancy Sheridan Mr. Jerald Vidovic Mr. Greg '89 & Mrs. Barbara Poole Mr. John '78 & Mrs. Eileen French Mr. Edward '63 & Mrs. Patricia Mr. Terrol & Mrs. Debbie Wanner Mr. Glenn Popielarski '84 Mr. Ronald & Mrs. Laurel McDermott Mr. Thomas '86 & Mrs. Deborah Spiezio Mr. Donald & Mrs. Mary Ann Vissers Mr. Kevin '78 & Mrs. Jacqueline Mr. James & Mrs. Elfrieda Vlaming '99 Samuelson Newquist '79 Mr. Michael '78 & Mrs. Ellen Powers Mr. Ken Siedlaczek Mr. Thomas '73 & Mrs. Myra McWatt Mr. Gregory & Mrs. Julianne Newsome Mr. Steven '76 & Mrs. Patricia Pratapas Mr. Michael'72 & Mrs. Margaret Siefert Mr. James Nielsen '75 Mr. Eddie Pruitte '85 Mr. Robert & Mrs. Carol Sikyta Mr. Robert & Mrs. Christine Voss Ms. Kathleen Nieman '87 Mr. Kenneth Pumper Mr. John '66 & Mrs. Jacqueline Simon Mr. Joseph III & Mrs. Christine Wallace Mr. Daniel '77 & Mrs. Rosemary Niemiec Mr. Glen & Mrs. Pamela Gillund Ms. Mary Sims '00 Mr. Lucious '75 & Mrs. Valerie Walls Mr. Carl '01 & Mrs. Elisabeth Nodus Mr. James Skala '69 Dr. Richard Walsh Mr. Lawrence '64 & Mrs. Mary Nolan Ms. Elizabeth Betances Ramos '01 Mr. Michael '78 & Mrs. Mary Ann Skarr Mr. Jack & Mrs. Olga Walsh 2007 President's Annual Report Ms. Linda Waner '76 Mr. Mac '70 & Mrs. Anna Woods Bimba Manufacturing Co.
Northern Trust Matching Gift Program Mr. Edward Watrin Mrs. Anna Wozniak PCS Administration Mr. Ronald '63 & Mrs. Janet Weber Mr. William & Mrs. Betty Wunderlich Prairie Trail Credit Union Mr. Ralph '60 & Mrs. Joyce Weidensee Mr. Charles Yessaian '00 Public Landing Restaurant Mr. Allen '98 & Mrs. Dianne Werner Mr. Paul Zakowski '05 Cobra Electronics Rock of Ages Baptist Church Mr. David '80 & Mrs. Kimberly Mr. Matthew Zaura '07 Coldwell Banker Honig-Bell Rod Baker Ford Sales, Inc.
Ms. Renee Zerebeckyj Coley B 's Custom Apparel Sara Lee Foundation Mr. Joe & Mrs. Francine Westergaard '05 Mr. Daniel'63 & Mrs. Marge Zerebny Comfort Inn - Romeoville Sealed Air Corporation Dr. James Westman '68 Mr. Todd & Mrs. Julie Zientek Complete Bar Systems, Inc.
St. Anthony Church Mr. Larry '74 & Mrs. Shirley Wharrie Mr. Bernard '39 & Mrs. Karen Edison International Matching Gift St. Joseph Lodge #2 KSKJ Honorable Bonnie McNaughton The Cathedral of St. Raymond Mr. Lawrence Zlogar '69 Mr. Frank Wiedner Mr. Donald & Mrs. Diane Zullo First Community Bank of Joliet The J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation Dr. Christopher & Mrs. Suzanne Wielgos 3M Company Geotech Incorporated The Northern Trust Company Mr. Martin '88 & Mrs. Vicki Mravca Abbott Fund Matching Grant Plan Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra The UBS Foundation USA Accenture Foundation Inc.
Ingersoll-Rand Charitable Foundation Mr. Jesse '80 & Mrs. Mary Williams KWM Gutterman, Inc Thomas A. Buchar & Associates Ms. Leslie Williams Alberico Construction Co., Inc.
Leo Burnett Company, Inc.
Three Rivers Association of Realtors, Inc.
Mr. Darin Wills '89 Anderson Concrete McDonald 's Corporation Tiffany & Co.
Mr. Michael Witek '02 Arlington Park Race Course Merchants and Manufacturers Bank Wadsworth Golf Construction Mr. John '86 & Mrs. Susan Wolfram Bally Total Fitness MMC - Matching Gifts Program Mr. Ray & Mrs. Sally Woock '79 Nicor Gas Co.
Class of 1963
Donors - Categorized by Year Edward J. Stevens, Jr.
Frank Valderrama Class of 1936
George V. Biondic Norm J. Nemanich Lawrence R. Nonnie Class of 1966
Martin C. Cioffoletti Brian Y. McCarty James P. Sczepaniak Class of 1939
Angelo E. DiVenere Andrew J. Stefanak Joseph A. Boylan Arthur J. Briesch Bernard J. Zimmermann James J. O'Connell Ralph J. Weidensee Lois M. (Legan) Laken William J. O'Donnell Joseph L. Mikuska Class of 1941
Dr. Joseph M. McFadden Kenneth R. Paukstys † Class of 1961
Dr. Lawrence B. Carroll Kenneth H. Mularski Louis L. Chignoli Robert J. Gusich Robert D. Somers Edward A. Villadonga Robert A. Damasauskas Andrew J. Herstel Thomas M. Redmond Andrew V. Churney Dennis J. Franco James J. Darguzis Daniel F. Zerebny Class of 1947
Class of 1955
Class of 1959
James A. LaGrippe Class of 1964
Sergeant Arthur E.
Matthew W. Connor Phillip C. Balsamo Alfred J. Latham Robert A. Giuliani Ronald P. DeLacey Robert E. Borgstrom Dr. Ronald L. Ariagno Robert E. Dunklau Frederick J. Moss Dr. Arnold C. Bacigalupo John J. Gregurich Class of 1948
Shirley J. Fitzpatrick Donald J. Casper Ronald J. Klimara George R. Hlava Joseph D. Jokantas Darroll E. Brunner Edward V. Kerrigan Joseph J. Oleksy Lawrence E. Nolan Charles E. Jones David L. Forster Janine M. (Harmon) Robert J. Kempiak Michael F. Mariani Kentworth H. Gould Harold Redelsperger Lawrence D. McAuley Nancy J. (Sweetack) Marilyn (Gromala) James F. Ryan, C.P.A.
Class of 1949
Kathryn L. (Elliott) Douglas J. Thompson Michael K. McKernan John P. McSweeney Bernard J. Lucchetti Michael J. Howard Thomas H. Van Etten Colonel Roger J. Mills Martin L. Stadalis Andrew J. Hulina Richard S. Incandela John R. Valaitis Class of 1965
Class of 1950
Marimae (Thomas) Kane David A. Videtich John H. Alexander, Jr.
Leonard J. Paolucci Class of 1956
Robert W. Bushby Frank Karpowicz, Jr.
Class of 1962
Edward F. Russell Frank T. Costello Valentine J. Liss Gerald T. Bodden Stanley M. Sekula Arlene (Slota) Olson Leroy R. Martensen † Eugene S. Buldak Matthew J. Senffner Thomas J. O'Brien M. Clare (Crowley) Soich Robert A. McAuley Richard P. Burns Victor F. Splitt Gerald J. O'Connell Class of 1952
Ronald J. Pasquinelli Joseph J. Dziedzic Ronald A. Feldner Daniel J. Storie Duane A. Szymkowski Ernest P. Dallafior Class of 1957
John G. Gianakopoulos Keith E. Grill, Sr.
Thomas R. Witchger Thaddeus L. Jarosz Ann (Lupo) Donahue Stanley M. Sobieski Dr. Robert E. Gramera Frances P. (Hahn) Admiral John T.
James W. Herrmann Kavanaugh (US Navy) Bruno J. Jedrzejak Class of 1967
Class of 1953
Donald J. Videtich Thomas R. Kennedy Richard E. Banach Robert J. Borkowski John Lenz, Sr.
Robert F. Kozlowski Dr. Fritz C. Kokesh Class of 1960
Gerald J. Berard Russell E. Grundy Griff T. MacDonald Stephen A. Manrot Joseph E. Lienau Michael J. Boland Colonel Raymond C.
Edmund N. Miller William F. Bossom Kargol, USMC (Ret.) Jerome R. Pennie Richard J. Flammini Dr. Richard L. Mueller Thomas P. Murphy Bruce J. Brizzolara Joseph A. Plomin, Sr.
Michael L. Kiely Robert F. O'Brien Lawrence J. Dyjak Robert E. Tentler John P. Paladino John J. Lukancic Nelson J. Sabatini William F. Einecker James O. Pedersen Class of 1954
Class of 1958
Gerald M. Murphy Dr. James E. Girard Thomas G. Rollins Frank A. Glowaty Lawrence D. Almo Dr. Robert J. Schuster, Jr.
William E. Gomora, Jr.
Robert J. Salutric Class of 1972
Michael W. Wachowski Class of 1976
Mary (O'Reilly) Dailey Thomas L. Sbertoli Michael C. Alexander Anthony T. Balawender Debra L. (Deacon) Dr. David S. Johnson Dr. James M. Schear Charles R. Barnhart Nancy C. (Hinz) Balcer Wayne J. Scroggins Class of 1974
Dr. Michael J. Bannon Charles J. Kehoe James R. Singler Mary A. Batchelor Thomas M. Cantwell Anka Krstic Barsano Ralph R. Bechtold Donna K. Eskridge Robert A. Beckman Joseph J. Steinbach Dr. Ronald J. Feldmann Edward J. Bennis Catherine A. Fox Thomas M. Brennan Shirley E. (Aronowitz) Fish Todd A. Bergstrom Daniel R. Franchetti Dr. David F. Lawson John F. Villanova Ronald P. Cheffer Kenneth S. Gabriel Jerome Lopotowski Gordon N. Wilson Albert E. Durkin, Jr.
John J. Futterer Raymond M. Berta Frank P. Gerk, Jr.
Gary G. Marinaro Lawrence C. Zlogar John B. Dzialowy Lawrence L. Grippo MaryAnne (Sullivan) Blue Marian T. Gibson John R. Fitzgerald Michael J. Halstead Stanley J. Mrzygod Class of 1970
John K. Flaherty Timothy P. Hayes Karen A. (Zerboglio) Michael T. Halicke Edmund A. Nowak, Jr.
Mary Graziani-Boam George C. Hofbauer Brian M. Hampton Dennis M. O'Connor Kathleen L. (Huber) Ross C. Hemphill Jeremiah R. O'Leary Patricia (Kuzminski) Joseph W. Landgraf Robert F. Chesney Daisy M. (Austin) Herod Dr. Peter J. Seiler Michael D. Hennessy Donald L. Lawler Catherine M. (Fox) Craig Nicholas W. Weiss Thomas G. Brecht Patrick J. Hopkins M. Margaret Lucas George A. DiMatteo Susan K. (Lang) James Edward M. Kearney Class of 1968
Dianne M. (Kulawiak) Maul Rocky C. DiSilvestro James A. Mazzetti Colleen R. Finlay Dr. Inez M. (Brown) George L. Comerford, Jr.
Gregory R. Morin John P. Fitzgerald Reverend Thomas A.
Patricia (Benda) Landgraf Terrence G. Muldoon Margaret (Stanton) Forgue Mary E. (Thomas) Kroeger Dr. Walter R. James Dr. Paula (Uremovic) Michael A. Murray Michael J. Gleason Timothy M. Cronin Robert E. Kelley Stanley J. Potempa Douglas J. Gniadek Edward L. Leadley Philip G. Reynolds Dr. Ronald W. Goers Reverend Hugh Fullmer Robert V. Krippel William H. Lotter Barbara J. (Moyer) Martin Reverend Michael Lane Kathleen A. (Cook) Lyons Brother Joseph M.
Howard W. Heidorn William H. Le Febve Kenneth V. Madrzak Larry E. Hausser Teresa M. McCartin William P. Manders Christopher J. Schiller James J. Herbert Peter J. Messina William G. Hunnewell Michael A. Manna William J. Scholl Russell S. Hoganson Amos F. Mitchell Michael J. Siefert John J. Honiotes John J. Lucenta, Jr.
James J. Maggiore Timothy J. Skodon Samuel P. Ludden Michael T. Maloney Martin E. Mitrenga Robert F. Snyder Marge L. (Irwin) Mostyn Dr. John D. MacKenzie Gregory F. Maruszak James C. Mueller Dr. James K. Walsh Susan C. (Munno) Munin State Senator Edward D.
Russell E. Polinski Charles A. Witschorik Kevin R. Kennedy Daniel J. Niemiec Thomas W. Reiland Gail S. (Kling) Vecera Rosemary (Semrov) Kerkau Willard D. Osborne Patrick T. McGuire Larry G. Wharrie Raymond J. Maratea James D. Panagiotis Dr. Michael J. Mizwicki Dr. Richard J. Sebastian Class of 1973
Lawrence M. Wieczorek Michael L. Parker Arthur E. Sharley Michael A. Althoff Joseph M. Zdziarski Daniel B. Matthews Stanley F. Patek Robert T. Ruscitti Brett F. Paulson David G. Sandahl Lawrence W. Sluiter Class of 1975
Honorable Timothy P.
Ernest J. Peterek Michael J. Sobczyk Thomas J. Vancura Frank B. Biniewicz Richard D. Romani Reggie J. Vaneekeren Daniel R. Staniszewski Dr. Mary (Guth) Biniewicz Richard J. O'Brien Mary (Dwyer) Ross Sylvester Cottrell, Jr.
Timothy M. O'Neil Richard P. Salerno Dr. James S. Westman Dr. David J. Wakely Margaret E. Fleet James F. Segredo Robert R. Pluth, Jr.
Eileen (French) Sherry Class of 1969
William R. Housing Steven A. Pratapas Dr. Sandie Soldwisch Dr. Edward A. Beharry Class of 1971
Barbara (Softcheck) Richard Ramos, Sr.
Richard P. Joyce Karen M. (Grzenia) Rediger Sandra Sullivan Thaddeus J. Chalupski George B. Kramer Michael J. Juricek Theresa A. Rodriguez Kevin E. Tyrrell, Sr.
Dr. Michael J. Cunningham Brother Kenneth G. Peter J. Kazmierski Richard A. Wagner Robert C. Davies Lynn M. (Collar) Manna Andrew C. Langert Robert J. Benedick Class of 1978
William E. Lareau Linda A. (Johnson) Sather J. Michael Dawson Dean M. Marketti John E. Laskowski James E. Smetana Terrence E. Faust Richard T. Dempsey Anthony C. Massaro William S. Bergin, Jr.
Dr. Eugene L. Ferretti Dr. Michael F. Dolan James E. Nielsen Dr. Eugene J. Goga James M. Perrone Midori A. (Ashida) Burton Anthony W. Strimel Frank V. Giangrego Robert F. Gronemeyer Brother Michael F. Quirk, John B. Carlin, Jr.
Marshall A. Velasco William M. Colonna Myra (McWatt) Vonderhaar Lawrence E. Hopman Jeanne (Ivezich) Kempiak Marie Rafferty-Plunkett Robert W. Cooper Richard J. Hrpcha Thomas W. Kolpak Carolyn (Gaskey) Roy Dominic M. Paone Ronald R. Karcher Stephen J. Saulinskas Michael J. Cozzi Donald L. Peterson Class of 1977
Roger D. Lonergan Donna (Knapik) Shelley Ronald J. Piatek Adolph J. Manuel Joseph T. Falese Ronald J. Plankis Dr. William D. McHale William J. Strahanoski Mark L. Fumagalli William L. Potter Marilyn J. Ballantine Kenneth J. Martynus Michael G. Michalski Ann (Stetich) Gabriel John P. Priestley Dr. Thomas M. Masters Charles J. Szymborski Nancy (O'Reilly) Gazdziak John M. McCarthy, Jr.
Dorothy J. Ramos Dennis J. Turner Gilbert J. Gizowski Kathleen (Cooper) Berner William E. McElligott Andrew M. Ritter Gerri M. Urbanek Janet (Alfredson) Golick William R. Rybak Mary R. (Hennessy) Binder Dr. Edward S. McNally Henry M. Walaszek, Jr.
William H. Hartmann Joseph J. Saccomanno Richard J. Binder Nicholas J. Mirabelli Michael J. Rutherford Lucious G. Walls Richard C. Hefner Leonard W. Schrank Gerald N. Bishop John J. Paskvalich James J. Schiltz Duane E. Washkowiak Susan E. (Colletti) Jeffries Richard J. Stephen, Jr.
Kenneth R. Brescia James M. Peterson Reverend Dennis F. Settles Clifton J. Kelly Charles J. Sullivan Robert M. Brusich Joseph M. Petrosko, Jr.
Cathleen (Sikora) Garry A. Kraemer Michael J. Trainor Jerome P. Clemens, Jr.
Daniel J. Quigley Dr. Leslie R. Wolf Kenneth M. Kraft Thomas J. Vonderhaar Joseph O. Dailey Lawrence J. Sakowski Michael R. Zigrossi David J. LaBarre 2007 President's Annual Report John P. Loughnane Joan (Polke) Olson Lori Chignoli-Cora Dr. Robin J. Robinson Susan Beal-Frangella Julie D. (Durkin) Carol A. Preston-Cowgill Jill M. (Kozubowski) Donald E. Primozic John G. Chalekian Donald F. McGuire Beverly J. (Ramos) Prodehl Martin J. Fitzgerald Robin D. Somerfield Donald K. Cochran John G. McIntire Andor J. Roscher Michael D. Hardesty Rose (Widup) Palmersheim Mary Swieton Kimberly (Kossel) Coppens Debra L. McIntyre Jeffrey S. Hoffman Patricia (Balcarcel) Amaal (Scheidelman) Nemia C. Damocles Charles R. Montgomery Raymond R. Soliman Cathleen C. (Cossient) Kenneth B. Moore Barbara J. (Ramos) Julia M. (Miller) Schveiger Jerry F. Tokars Melissa M. (Cavazos) Michael T. Morefield Kevin D. Newquist Elizabeth (Stefanski) John J. Lenz, Jr.
Nancy (Wilmarth) White Mary (McCarthy) Norman Carolyn R. (Wagner) David A. Stadler Thomas W. O'Connor Class of 1986
David J. Veronda Kathleen A. (Leddin) Donna (Olszta) Papineau Ronald Matuszewski Ronald B. Carlson Denise A. (Dillon) Gray Jeffery J. Papineau Denise (Graves) McCray Gloria M. Virtel Donald A. Gulbrandsen Laurel A. (McDermott) Daniel R. Zigulich Joseph S. Feldman, Jr.
Paula J. Hodkowski Susan G. (Giacomi) Myers Thomas A. White Michael J. Fleischhacker Barbara W. Ignarski Michael E. Powers Class of 1980
Timothy J. Norton Kim M. (Joyce) Geraghty Bernadette W. Keller Pamela (Gillund) Rach Douglas E. Anderson Lawrence T. O'Brien Class of 1984
Michael L. Rancilio Joseph V. O'Malley Kwabena B. Adomako Maureen P. Madden Gerald T. Sajdak Mary A. (McGrady) Bennett Robert F. Sandberg Gayle A. (Castanoli) Averill Mary Jo May Carol L. (Garikes) Noreen A. (O'Connell) Harve L. Schlachter Gregory P. Billo, Sr.
Marcella A. McCann Martin J. Skerjan Christopher D. Bisgard Michael F. Mitchell Kenneth R. Mihelich Patricia A. (Aimaro) Catherine M. (Flavin) Kathleen A. Bracken Mary A. (Phillips) Smith Cheryl A. Bradfute Steven R. Pumper Carolyn M. (Robins) Dr. Dallas Brozik Thomas H. Staehely Thomas F. Chlada Margaret A. (Rogers) Ryan Kathleen (Dolan) Burke Kevin A. Stasiewicz Michael P. Doherty Deborah L. (Spiezio) Michael W. Skarr Richard B. Burke, Jr.
Dr. Clare M. Slowik Thomas P. Siebers Frederick C. Sugg Debra S. (Baron) Stava Michelle (Mooney) Cassin John F. Tully William D. Heiden Pamela S. (Goodrick) Tondi Patricia Wiet Clarice (Stoyanoff) Douglas M. Hoster Gina (Lello) Vinci Joanne B. (Alfano) Hovorka Vicki (Mravca) Wilkey Class of 1987
David A. Stoioff Eileen M. (Plunkett) Stacey M. Kirsch Shevawn O. (O'Connor) Suzanne (Serne) Klein Class of 1989
Maureen P. (Payne) Ward Richard L. DeVitto Class of 1982
Edward S. LeMarbe Janet M. (Knight) Callahan Judith C. Bryson Honorable Bonnie M.
Janice (Pasik) Doyle Marilyn (Michet) Apolon Susan M. Loacker (McNaughton) Wheaton Robert D. Faford Cindy M. Lopatowski Anna R. Connelly Diane M. (Muchitch) Christine (Kirby) Black Mary Niego-McNamara James F. Coppens Barbara A. Greenham- Timothy D. Sabatka Leonardo C. Cruz William H. Gerakaris Ann M. Burdzinski Patricia A. (Gallagher) Kevin R. Gutshall Class of 1979
Carolyn J. Hammond Mary T. (Carlock) Coffer Lynn M. (Madsen) Soukup Kimberly A. (Spuehler) Richard J. Anderson Karen A. (Hochstetter) Michael J. Corbett Dr. Maureen E. Spinler Edward R. DelGrosso Donovan E. Bartelt William P. Cronin Dawn D. (Bruzas) Stenseth Cynthia L. (Staskiewicz) Joseph E. Block, Jr.
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Thomas P. Mueller Lieutenant Lawrence J.
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Donn L. Peterson Dr. Arvid C. Johnson Raymond J. Phillis Class of 1983
Doris E. Johnson Christine M. Roche Patricia S. Benson Sharon K. (Patrick) Josephine McAuley Donald J. Sargent Elizabeth D. Bishop Barbara (Marud) Kucera William K. Sheridan Patrick G. McKune Dorothy A. Schipper Sharon M. (Holke) D'Amico Glenn C. Sinclair Michael E. Bastian Thomas P. Waldron Douglas R. Debarger Michael J. Martin Theresa A. (Williams) Lucille (Garramon) Dotts Karen (Bean) Marvinac Richard J. Black Mary L. (Assalley) Robert M. Grantman Patti (Martin) McIntire Stephen J. Sobey Barbara J. Bremigan Jeanne A. (Riegel) Kenneth Hennessy Joseph J. Moravecek Kathleen (Andreshak) David M. Cieslek Michael F. Kurth Janine A. (Botkin) Clifford Marian Parr Reverend Michael J. Novick Class of 1988
Kate (Rastetter) Nelson Denise M. English Dr. Henry M. Plawecki Joseph M. Pacholski Jacqueline (Samuelson) Jesse T. Williams Stephen M. Gutschenritter Eddie B. Pruitte Lawrence A. Parchem Kendall M. (Poole) Alderks Charles H. Ramsey Joseph J. O'Connor Class of 1981
Tammy (Andreatta) Hoster Yvonne Richardson Maribeth A. (Meehleis) Dale F. Schieman Jeffery A. Pfeiffer Gregory A. Cantieri Peter J. Schroedle Patricia (Johnson) Shook Donna M. (Leggero) Toni L. Higgenbotham Angelique L. Boynes- James A. Smalley Christine J. (Salgado) Gerald B. Sullivan Cynthia (Manalo) Krietsch Teresa A. (Mertes) Newton James M. Brewer Class of 1994
Major Ryan R. Krietsch Laura R. Jackson Katherine M. (Schaefer) Class of 1991
Lisa M. (Jachim) Beveridge Nancy Marteau Abbie M. Parchem Charles W. Busch Elizabeth E. (Betances) Matthew J. Daquilante Patrick P. Caffarelli Edmund D. Brandt Lynn A. (Imber) Meier Sarah E. DeMarco Pauline J. Cashman Philip P. Brezinski Reverend John D. Merkelis, Barbara S. Marion Amanda A. (Driscoll) Carol G. Dikeman Melanie J. (Heintz) Onyett Sandra I. Hallman Teresita F. Dagger Mary K. (Nishkian) Ember Benjamin P. Mitchell Christopher J. Pitlik Andrew C. Satunas Jeffrey A. Harris Jacqueline E. Goode Marius J. Polikaitis Timothy J. Farrell Sharon K. O'Connell Russell O. Schaefer Kathryn A. Jordan Timothy P. Finch Mary A. (Jankowski) Jonathan M. Rakers Mary C. (Wright) Simms Charles M. Smith Bernadette L. Valderrama Sheree Stilwell Mark S. Konieczny Timothy S. Hanson Tina (McMahon) Spano Susan E. Verklan Elaine K. Stuart Michael A. Kozlar Laurie C. Lozanski Theresa A. Szarzynski Dr. Patricia M. Vidmar- Michael J. O'Brien Carol A. (Kinsella) Vance Cheryl A. Masiliunas George K. O'Kain Debra A. Jakacki Elfrieda G. Vlaming Class of 2002
Michael J. McGlade Kathleen A. O'Leary Donald C. Kosmal Class of 1997
Corey W. Andrews Shannon N. (Swick) Gerard A. Parran Andre E. Levesque Karen R. Adamczyk John A. Augustine Eve M. (Buell) Pellettiere John S. Alexander Class of 2000
Veronica Blackwood Randall J. Mitchell Marvin D. Pepper Nicole J. (Carlson) Long Alexander A. Bobroff Brother Raphael P.
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William B. Burns Henry W. Schmidt Maryann J. (Guzzaldo) George R. Matocha, Jr.
Michael C. Cardwell Mary T. Baltuska Mark E. Duttlinger Jenifer A. Bednar-Sinde Robert J. Mohlman Richard S. Fleming Class of 1998
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Caroline J. Mallady David R. Alvarez Rosalinda M. Nelson Robert E. Lavaty, Jr.
Luigi B. Amendola Cathy Obradovich Class of 1993
Joseph M. Miller Filippo A. Bonifacio Christiana Otuwa Kelly A. Duttlinger William J. Brogan Michael J. Dimond Cheryl A. Feldner Robert D. Cochran, Jr.
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Kimberly A. Mackinson Class of 2003
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Reverend Thomas R.
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Vice President Corporate Controller Director of Nursing Michael W. Hansen, P.C.
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Associates, Inc.
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Executive Vice President Business Michael D. Turk
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Edward D. Jones and Company Marco Consulting Group John P. Doyle '77
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Human Resources Spencer Stuart and Associates Matocha Associates John K. Flaherty '74
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Managing Partner Senior Vice President and John K. Flaherty and Northwest Airlines John L. Flavin '96
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Community Relations Director Agency Executive State Farm Insurance Company 2007 President's Annual Report One University ParkwayRomeoville, IL 60446 The Harold E. White Legacy Society of Lewis University The Harold E. White Legacy Society is an exciting Founding Members charitable giving program for individuals who share a commitment to Lewis University by making a planned gift or estate plan commitment. These gifts help to JoAnn and Andrew † Barber provide for generations to come a quality Catholic and Gladys and A.P. Dailey † By creating a charitable gift through a will or Frances and Jerry Fallon estate plan, those interested in supporting Lewis can: Jean and Harold M. † Finley • Build a personal legacy.
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Adocia announces positive Phase 1b results of BioChaperone® Combo in patients with type 2 diabetes BioChaperone Combo demonstrated significantly superior early prandial action and late metabolic effect compared to Humalog® Mix75/25™, consistent with a previous clinical study on patients with type 1 diabetes This study established the "proof-of-concept" that BioChaperone Combo has a similar effect to the separate injections of Lantus® and Humalog®, based on these two parameters, in patient with type 2 diabetes