Gifts to Named and Endowed Funds


A named endowment fund is often created in honor of or in memory of a relative or a teacher. The income from each endowed fund provides annual support for a special need at the school as specified by the donor(s). Every year, a portion of each fund’s income is reinvested, ensuring that the endowed fund, and therefore its income, will grow in perpetuity.

◊ CWA employee | * deceased | § Society of Elders | ƒ Founders’ Society |
∏ Loyal Tarriers Society | ∆ Society of Lifetime Giving

Phyllis M. Boyle Student Opportunity Fund 
David and Nancy Adams
Estate of Phyllis Boyle
Joseph and Kjeri Boyle ƒ
Kelly Carolus
John and Anne Endries
Carrie Endries
Paige Boyle Evers ’90 and Eric Evers
Howard and Pamela Evers
Geraldine Fiveland
Sonja Gierke
Mary Hammond
Bill and Linda Kaufman
Larry and Sandra King
Betty Krachman
Terence and Aleda McArdle
Jim and Ruthann McCaffree
Lawrence and Sharli McCollum
Shana McNally ’85
John and Viveca Monahan
Paul Morgan
SG Media LLC
Benjamin ’88 and Deb Sclair
Douglas and Alice Sharp Π
Shane and Diane Shier
Ian and Heather Toner, in honor of Sam Harris ◊
Lee Whitehall and Harland Malyon

Lowell Anne Butson Athletic Fund 
Todd Butson ’92, in memory of Lowell Ann Butson ƒ ∆
Jack and Lisa Butson Π ∆ , in memory of Lowell Ann Butson ƒ ∆
Tom and Lissa Tommervik Π, in memory of Mark Whitmire ’90

Robert Gross Memorial Soccer Fund
Greater Tacoma Community Foundation
Katharine Davis Severson ’74 and Gary Severson Π ∆

Keyes Estate Scholarship Fund
Estate of Bernice Keyes ƒ ∆

Patrick Martin Memorial Scholarship Endowment 
Robert Martin ’72 and Barbara Hendricksen Π

Eleanora Whitmore Sheridan Memorial Scholarship Endowment 
Barry ’65 and Donna Sheridan ƒ Π ∆

Ray Smith Scholarship Fund
Richard ’65 and Jessica Camp Π
Charles ’65 and Susan Frank ƒ Π
John Fratt ’65 Π
Barry ’65 and Donna Sheridan ƒ Π ∆
Jamie ’65 and Sally Will Π ∆

The Society of Elders Fund for Financial Aid
Donn § and Trish Laughlin Π, in memory of Jim Griffin
Christopher Steele Memorial Endowment
Mary Warrick, in memory of Christopher Steele ’82