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Title: University of Florida Foundation, Inc. Annual Report For the Fiscal Year July 1, 2003 - June 30, 2004
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Title: University of Florida Foundation, Inc. Annual Report For the Fiscal Year July 1, 2003 - June 30, 2004
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front cover
    Letter from the President
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Private support
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
    Board of directors
        Page 13
        Page 14
    Back Cover
        Back cover
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The GENEROSITY of

Alumni AND Friends
of the University of Florida is remarkable. Once again, for the seventh
consecutive year, donors contributed more than $100 million in private gifts
to the university.

Your support, trust and vision are humbling. Your gifts play a vital role in the
university's ability to solve the mysteries and problems of today while
preparing the next generations for tomorrow. For the 12 months from
July 1, 2003, to June 30, 2004, donors committed $133.4 million for
research, scholarships, professorships, programs and construction projects.
What those donors have in common is a deep desire to enhance all our lives
through education and research. To all of them, we offer our sincere gratitude.

In this report, you'll find a summary of the University of Florida Foundation's
financial performance during the past fiscal year as well as short features on
some of our donors and their gifts. Please know that those of us
associated with the foundation fully understand and appreciate your
confidence in us. We operate under the guidance of a volunteer board of
directors to manage private gifts wisely, advance university programs and
provide fund-raising and alumni activities on the university's behalf.




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Directors

Michael M. Adler
W. George Allen
John C. Bierley
Laurie B. Burns
Ann B. Bussel
Robert B. Carter
Nathan S. Collier
Alvin J. Cowans
Courtney Cunningham
William D. Eckhoff
Maurice O. Edmonds
Paul J. Evanson
Fernando F. Figueredo
Linnes H. Finney Jr.
Miles E. Gilman
Hariot H. Greene
James R. Harper
William R. Hough
Keith T. Koenig
Roy H. Lambert Sr.
Wayne K. Masur
Elizabeth A. McCague
Linda C. McGurn
M. Ann O'Brien
Albert C. O'Neill Jr.
Eugene K. Pettis
Paul T. Phillips
William F. Powers
Judy Lynn Prince
J. Crayton Pruitt Sr.
Thomas D. Rogers
Carl D. Roston
Sachio Semmoto
Samuel R. Shorstein
W. Crit Smith
Enrique J. Sosa
Charles B. Stuzin


Linda F. Wells
Wayne E. Withers Jr.


Life Members

David A. Cofrin
Snead Y. Davis
Frederick E. Fisher
Don Fuqua
Gary R. Gerson
William M. Goza
Pedro J. Greer Jr.
Ben Hill Griffin III
Andrew H. Hines Jr.
Robert F. Lanzillotti
David Lawrence Jr.
William F. Leonard
Robert C. Magoon
J. Wayne Mixson
Corneal B. Myers Jr.
Copeland D. Newbern
Nell W. Potter
Johnson S. Savary
Lewis M. Schott
Stephen Shey
James H. Shimberg
George A. Smathers
Richard T. Smith
Alan V. Squitieri
Hamilton D. Upchurch
Alfred C. Warrington IV
Maxwell W. Wells Jr.
J. Ardene Wiggins
E. Travis York


Ex-Officio

Jane Adams
Carlos J. Alfonso
Douglas J. Barrett
Robert A. Bryan
Warren M. Cason
David R. Colburn
Marshall M. Criser
Teresa A. Dolan
Thomas M. Donahoo
William A. Emerson
Melanie F. Mowry Etters
Manuel A. Fernandez
Jeremy N. Foley
Juan A. Galan Jr.
Samuel H. Goforth
Timothy Goldfarb
Scott G. Hawkins
John B. Higdon Jr.
Michael G. Hill
Mark Hulsey
Hjalma E. Johnson
Douglas S. Jones
Richard L. Jones
Pramod P. Khargonekar
D. Burke Kibler III
Angel Kwolek-Folland
Allen L. Lastinger r.
John V. Lombardi
J. Bernard Machen
W. A. McGriff III
Michael J. McNerney
Joelen K. Merkel
Whitfield M. Palmer Jr.
Winfred M. Phillips
Doyle Rogers
Joan D. Ruffier
Ilene Silverman
Jamal A. Sowell


Robert G. Stern
Patricia Telles-lrvin
Frank W. Williamson Jr.
Herbert G. Yardley
Charles E. Young



Ex-Officio/

College/Unit

Deborah J. Butler
UF Performing Arts Advisory
Board

Thomas P. Floyd
College of Dentistry

Thomas E. Gibbs
CLAS Development Council

Frank C. Gillette Jr.
College of Engineering Major
Gifts Committee

Samuel N. Holloway Sr.
Public Health & Health Pro-
fessions Advisory Board

Stephen G. Reeder
Pharmacy National Advisory
Board

Merilyn T. Shad
College of Education

Sue S. Stoops
College of Health & Hu-
man Performance Advisory
Council

Margretta M. Styles
College of Nursing


Special

appointees for

committees

Alejandro J. Abreu
Private Equity

Lawrence I. Bevis II
Regionals

S. Clark Butler
Planned Giving

Thomas C. Byrne
Private Equity

J. Michael Cook
Corporate/Foundation

Jose M. Cornide Jr.
Private Equity

Glenn L. Criser
Alumni Giving Programs

Earl M. Crittenden
Leadership Gifts

Joel S. Demski
Audit

Joseph A. DiPietro
Finance

Mandi L. Ellingwood
Alumni Giving Programs

G. Thomas Frankland
Audit

John W. Frost III
Leadership Gifts

Andrew M. Fussner
Alumni Giving Programs


Robin Gibson
Planned Giving

Robert H. Gidel
Real Estate

Jack M. Gill
Private Equity

Richard C. Grant
Regionals

J. William Gurley
Private Equity

Michael S. Heller
Private Equity

Brian K. Hutchison
Corporate/Foundation

Terry Hynes
Communications/PR

Delphine E. Jackson
Alumni Giving Programs

Robert H. Jerry III
Finance

Walter G. Jewett Jr
Alumni Giving Programs

Patrick McGrath III
Regionals

Kenneth R. McGurn
Alumni Giving Programs

David R. Mica
Alumni Giving Programs

Jon L. Mills
Leadership Gifts

Dianna F. Morgan
Communications/PR


Roderick D. Odom
Corporate/Foundation

Alan S. Pareira
Leadership Gifts

S. Daniel Ponce
Audit Finance Leadership
Gifts

Kathryn S. Pressly
Real Estate

Davis M. Rembert Jr.
Leadership Gifts

Paul G. Rogers
Planned Giving

Jonathan D. Root
Private Equity

Morty Rosenkranz
Stewardship

Hugh E. Sawyer III
Regionals

Bill Wagner
Planned Giving

Donald H. Whittemore
Alumni Giving Programs

Ronald G. Zollars
Stewardship























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