Welcome to the Class of 1964 Welcome to the Great Class of 1964 50 th Reunion Bill Natter, Class President Reunion Stats 856 Registered for the Reunion 462 Classmates (including Honorary Classmate Widows 7th and 9th Companies have the most classmates in attendance .28! Todays Program
Welcome to the 1964 Classmates and Guests Recognition of Class Volunteers Class of 64 Business Meeting 50th Class Gift Presentations Annual Fund A&SP Scholarship Program Integritas Project Thanks to Art Fisher, USNA 62 Closing Remarks Reunion Committee Stewart, Joe Chairman Henry, Ken Co-Social Maguire, Bernie At Large
Bushnell, Scott Webmaster Claassen, Steve Video Project Coward, Sandy Golf Outing Natter, Bill Davies, Sam Registration Newell, Bruce Tailgate Emeritus Farmer, Mike Goodie Bags
Phillips, Marty Tailgate Fletcher, Paul Transportation Garrett, Waddy Chairman Emeritus Gorman, John Class Project Green, Jay Maitland, Jim Thompson, Andy Tweel, John Wagner, Dave Fooball Game Tickets Class President
Communications Asst. Communications Finance Co-Social These gentlemen along with spouses spent countless hours over the past 4+ years planning this weekend! Thanks to our anonymous Classmate The Class of 1964 Challenge Coin What a terrific addition to our goody bag! Class Officers and Project Managers Natter, Bill Clow, Gordy Class President Carson, Bill Tidewater Chap. Co-Rep
Executive VP Caskey, Maurice San Diego Chap. Rep Curly, Dick Admin. VP Claassen, Steve Web Site Henry, Ken Admin. VP Gorman, John Sargent, Bill Secretary Fulkerson, Grant
Newsletter Wagner, Dave Treasurer Marquis, Roland Shipmate Connolly, Dennis Garrett, Waddy Green. Jay Bushnell, Scott At Large/Class Gift Fundraiser Chair At Large Michelini, Ray Stewart, Joe At Large/Co. Rep Coordinator/ ALITC Coord Tornberg, Dave Web Site
Tweel, John Class Gift Chair Tidewater Chap. Co-Rep Reunion Comm. Chair 64 Cares Chair Class Historian Thank these folks when you see them this weekend. Class of 1964 Class President Roster Bob Sutton Nov 1960 May 1964 Tom Swartz Jun 1964 Oct 1989 Bob Sutton Nov 1989 Oct 1994
Jerry Anderson Nov 1994 Oct 1999 Bernie Maguire Nov 1999 Oct 2004 David Tuma Oct 2004 Dec 2009 Bill Natter Jan 2010 Dec 2014 Jay Green, Pres elect Jan 2015 Dec 2019 Countless hours spent to make this the BEST CLASS EVER! Company Rep Communications Jay Green, Coordinator
1 Maitland, Jim Phillips, Marty 14 Wilde, Chuck Lapham, Dave 2 Garcia, Tony Burke, Dick 15 Tweel, John Terwilliger, Bruce 3 Lipscomb, Dave Mahan, Rick
16 Pignotti, Dennis Barnett, Tom 4 Murphy, Andy Fazekas, James 17 Block, Marty Dunne, Jerry 5 Fenton, Paul Taylor, Tony 18 Elsasser, Tom Schoenberger, Ed 6
Farmer, Mike Chumer, Mike 19 Tolbert, Jim Baer, Tom 7 Ahern, Dave Welch, Jerry 20 Thompson, Andy Heath, Charles 8 Dau, Rick Gates, Chuck 21 Collier, Art
Nichael, Bob 9 Treiber, Gale Sisson, Hal 22 Middleton, Ken Gould, Dave 10 Fitzgerald, John Risseeuw, Hugh 23 Fulkerson, Grant Green, Jay 11 Boyer, Phil
Heistand, Frank 24 Fletcher, Paul Carey, Dave 12 McManus, Paul Cepek, Bob 25 Curley, Dick 13 Neal, Joe Kenslow, Mike NAVAL ACADEMY Alumni Association and Foundation Volunteers Thanks to all who volunteered their time in service of the Alumni Association
Foundation Regions and Chapters Business Meeting Agenda Call to Order Recognize a Quorum Adoption of the Agenda Class President Election Treasurers Report Class Accomplishments besides Reunions Class Legacy New Communications Policy Close of Business Meeting Treasurers Report Class of 1964 Operating Fund
$48,789.31 January 1, 2010 Balance 3,413.00 291.78 224.31 $3,929.09 Total Income (16,592.05) (2,920.00) (2,019.67) (1,450.00) (434.40) (318.08) (150.00) (50.00) ($23,934.20) $28,784.20 Interest Royalties Event Surpluses
ALITC CDR. Lanny King Award Fundraising Trip Tailgate Site Tailgate Tent Handling Memorial Service Board Meeting Room Class Website Total Expenses September 18 , 2014 Balance Treasurers Report Cash Pledges Balance Scholarship A&S $443,494 $40,251
$483,744 Integritas Project $229,770 $86,736 $316,506 Loan From Ethic Center Fund ($115,000) $201,506 Ethics Book Ethics Center $200 $0 $200 $682,520
$0 $682,520 Loan to Integritas Project $115,000 $797,520 RADM Charles Cochrane Kirkpatrick Uncle Charlie You CAN Do Anything you set your mind to do, and dont you forget it! Besides Big Reunions
Ethics Book for the Junior Officer Ethics Center Support Scholarships for Fallen Classmate children (26) USS CARNEY (DDG 64) Leadership Awards (18) Another Link in the Chain Program Home football game tailgaters Class Gift Project 64 Website 64 Stadium Battle Arch Bravo Zulu, classmates! Thank you Class Communications Policy Policy is on Class Website , Distributed to Classmates Conforms to the NAF-USNAAA Policy, Standards for respectful comms
Class communications resources used to communicate class related matters to class members. Resources are: 64 SHIPMATE columns Newsletter Class Website, directory of all class members, excluding the Class Forum USNA Alumni Association distribution of US mail to all classmates List of attendees at the class luncheons in the DC area Company Rep process of disseminating information -- via the class company rep email system tree. Company, Chapter communications governed separately by each NO Solicitation of Funds NO Political Views NO Disparaging Remarks 1964 Class Legacy Giving Philanthropic Support to USNA since graduation: $8,469,812 Total giving of all classes = 18th place Decade of the 60s = 6th place Current Class Project: $2.72M Integritas Film Series: $1.43M
A&SP Scholarship Support: $628K USNA Annual Fund: $660K 1964 50th Class Project Current Class Project Goal: $1.964M Raised: $2.72M Integritas Film Series Goal: $1.14M Raised:$1.43M A&SP Scholarship Support Goal: $491K Raised:$628K USNA Annual Fund Goal: $333K Raised:$660K Integritas Update Needed to complete Spots 8, 9, 10 & 11 = $125,000 Needed to pay back Loan = $115,000 Total Needed = $240,000 Current Fund Status Cash Balance = $229,770 Outstanding Pledges = $86,736
Total Fund Balance = $316,506 Company Participation 52.4% 62.1% 51.6% 52.9% 55.3% 50.0% 52.6% 48.7% 50.0% 42.4% 48.6%
UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY FOUNDATION ATHLETIC & SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS Chairman Rear Admiral Thomas C. Lynch, 64 USN (Ret) Executive Director Captain Ed Wallace, 72 USN Ret) 250 TrusteesFormed in 1944 70th Anniversary Celebration May 2014 UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY FOUNDATION ATHLETIC & SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS Dual Mission - Prep School Program Support USNA Physical Mission PREP SCHOOL PROGRAM 50-60 candidates per year - 18 affiliated prep schools - Need-based financial aid (No cost to USNA) - 95% matriculation to USNA
- 90% USNA graduation rate (Highest of all accession sources) Class of 1964 Scholarship Support - Original goal exceeded by Class donations - Therefore several donors requested that their donations be transferred to Athletic Excellence fund ($149,625 ) - A 64 Scholar will be recognized every year from now on. THANK YOU! UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY FOUNDATION ATHLETIC & SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS Class of 1964 Scholars 1/C Austin Branch Blair Academy 2/C Andrew Pick Kiski School 3/C Alex Kraus Mercersburg Academy 4/C Joseph Jaime Mercersburg Academy UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY FOUNDATION ATHLETIC & SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS
1/C Austin Branch A Navy junior. Calls Coronado, CA home since he lived there longer than anywhere Graduate of Coronado High School 1st team All-league his senior year in Football Attended Blair Academy in Blairstown, NJ under Foundation Scholarship Going Marine Ground this year after graduation 2/C Andrew Pick (in attendance) Graduate of Dowling Catholic High School in Des Moines, Iowa Staring fullback for State Championship FB team Eagle Scout Attended the Kiski School in Saltsburg, PA under Foundation sponsorship where he played football UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY FOUNDATION ATHLETIC & SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS 3/C Alex Kraus Graduate of Mount Saint Joseph High School, Baltimore, MD National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society Played FB, LAX and Basketball, lettered in LAX Peer tutoring, Big Brother Received John M. Plevyak Award for Outstanding Christian Gentlemen Attended Mercersburg Academy in Mercersburg, PA under Foundation sponsorship
4/C Joseph Jaime (in attendance) Graduate of Tom C. Clark High School in San Antonio, TX National Honor Society, JROTC All American Swimmer 200 Free in 2013 All District, All Regional and All State in Water Polo Attended Mercersburg Academy in Mercersburg, PA under Foundation sponsorship where he swam for their team STOCKDALE CENTER FOR ETHICAL LEADERSHIP Developing Ethical Leaders Integritas Film Project Patrick Finnegan, Creative Designer and Director Kari Albert, Producer Website: http://www.integritasproject.com/ an innovative branding campaign, devoted to elevating an idea: Personal Commitment to Honorable Choice ART FISHER, USNA CLASS OF 1962
Arthur W. Fisher III, USNA 62 Patent, Trademark Attorney, President & CEO Arthur W. Fisher III P.A. Stay Connected Company Rep Communications 64 Cares Newsletter 64 Website 64 Shipmate Column Become a member of the Alumni Assnmany benefitsonly 64.9% are current members Shipmate Magazine and IPhone App Wavetops , USNA AA Website, Facebook Special Thanks Cindy Sheckells for untiring and continuous support to the Class of 1964 Gini Natter, our Honorary Classmate Without whom I could not have served the Class Next Event SEE YOU AT THE TAILGATE
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