SMU deeply appreciates the extraordinary gifts to The Second Century Campaign, which are playing a crucial role in shaping a second century of achievement at the University. In this issue of Campaign Update, we are honored to present the list of names of donors who have provided gifts of $1 million or more thus far. Subsequent issues will present the names of other groups of campaign donors.

Donors

Anonymous Donors (17)
Kenneth Z. Altshuler and Ruth Collins Sharp Altshuler ’48
William E. Armentrout Foundation
Bill Armstrong ’82 and Liz Martin Armstrong ’82
Barachel Foundation, Inc.
The W.W. Caruth, Jr. Foundation Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas
William P. Clements, Jr. ’39 † and Rita Crocker Clements
Richard H. Collins ’69 and the Calvert K. Collins Family Foundation
Susan Smith Cooper ’62 and William R. Cooper ’58
Edwin L. Cox ’42
Carter Creech ’60, ’63
Gary T. Crum ’69 and Sylvie P. Crum
Linda Pitts Custard ’60, ’99, William A. Custard ’57 and L. Frank Pitts †
Frank M. Dunlevy ’71 and Susan Dunlevy
The Embrey Family Foundation
Mary Helen Fabacher and Mike A. Fabacher
Gerald J. Ford ’66, ’69 and Kelli Olsen Ford
Peggy Crooke Fry
Estate of Brady P. Gentry
John Gregory Hall ’58
Deborah Godich Hankinson ’73
Estate of Peggy R. Harrison ’28
Linda W. Hart ’65 and Milledge A. Hart, III
Highland Park United Methodist Church
Hillcrest Foundation
Hoblitzelle Foundation
Roy M. Huffington ’38 †
Hunter L. Hunt ’90 and Stephanie E. Hunt
Nancy Ann Hunter Hunt ’65 and Ray L. Hunt ’65
Ruth Ray Hunt Memorial VII Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas
Jeanne Roach Johnson ’54
Val † and Frank † Late
Paul B. Loyd, Jr. ’68 and Penny R. Loyd
D. Scott Luttrell ’77 and Laura Dvorozniak Luttrell ’77
Bobby B. Lyle ’67
J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation
Martha Proctor Mack ’41
Meadows Foundation, Incorporated
Joseph W. McKnight and Mildred P. McKnight
David B. Miller ’72, ’73, Carolyn L. Miller and David B. Miller Family Foundation
The Moody Foundation
The Morris Foundation
The Noel Family: James L. Noel III and Melinda C. Noel, Carol Noel King ’76 and J. Stephen King ’77, Edmund O. Noel ’75 and Patrice Oden Noel ’75, William D. Noel ’82 and Barbara W. Noel, Robert C. Noel ’80, ’89 and Deanne Moore Noel ’89
Alice G. Nye and Erle A. Nye ’65
C. Robert Palmer ’57, ’66 and Rebecca S. Palmer
William C. Perkins
Perkins-Prothro Foundation: Elizabeth Perkins Prothro ’39 †, Joe N. Prothro and Dale D. Prothro, Mark H. Prothro ’72 and Dianne C. Prothro, Kay Prothro Yeager ’61 and Frank J. Yeager
Sarah Fullinwider Perot ’83 and Ross Perot, Jr., and The Sarah and Ross Perot, Jr. Foundation
Estate of Catherine Stockard Perrine
Caren H. Prothro, Perkins-Prothro Foundation and Vin and Caren Prothro Foundation
Victor E. and Gladys J. † Salvino
Carl Sewell ’66 and Peggy Higgins Sewell ’72
Mrs. Mark Shepherd, Jr. (Mary Alice)
Siemens PLM Software
Annette Caldwell Simmons ’57 and Harold C. Simmons
Anna P. Sohmen and Helmut Sohmen ’66
Gay F. Solomon and William T. Solomon ’64
Texas Instruments Foundation and Texas Instruments Incorporated
Anonymous Donor Advised Funds of the Texas Methodist Foundation
The Tolleson Family Foundation
Jack A. Turpin
United Methodist Church General Board of Higher Education and Ministry Richard Ware ’68
Donna R. Weber and Garry A. Weber ’58
The Robert A. Welch Foundation
Barbara Cook Wendland ’55, ’86, Erroll Wendland ’50, ’51 and the Joe B. and Louise P. Cook Foundation

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