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Thank You

So many people have given of their time and resources to help Gutenberg help our students and community. Thank you!

  • Paul Pindell has served tirelessly as chairman of the board of governors in innumerable ways.
  • The members of the Gutenberg College board of governors have provided amazing advice, guidance, wisdom, time, and support: Larry Barber, Kelly Beck, Allan Bruner, Craig Doerksen, Michael Grose, Wes Hurd, Andrew Robinson, Andy Truitt.
  • Stuart Funke has volunteered many hours to network Gutenberg College in the state of Oregon.
  • Beth Sheehan has volunteered many hours and supplies to provide incredible food for our events in addition to helping the college network.
  • Clayton Glasser has provided website design and development services.
  • Gil and Erin Greco, Stefan and Carina Crabtree, Toby and Larissa Swanson, and Nigel and Sally Makela have given sacrificially as Residence Program managers in the last two years.
  • Nancy Scott has volunteered as an event planner and advisor for the Residence Program.
  • Susie Dewberry has helped with student recruitment and Residence Program counsel.
  • Many people have stepped forward to help prepare meals for the residents: Jessica Trimmer Davis, Ian Hughes, Nick McLaughlin, Nancy Scott, Rieley Woodrum, Cindy Swanson, and Paul Pindell.
  • Andrew Robinson has been instrumental in helping us with our public relations.
  • James Simas has provided countless hours of computer and network support for the college.
  • Kasey Macsenti served on the transition committee and helped in many ways, including alumni relations.
  • Dominic Puccinelli has given his time to draw up plans to refurbish the student rooms.
  • Summer Johnston, Elizabeth Steeb, Larissa Swanson, and Erin Greco have helped take pictures.
  • Toby Johnston has spearheaded a career and graduate-school advising program.
  • Stan Filarski and Dick Booster have given many hours helping develop the David W. Crabtree Presidential Scholarship.
  • Josiah Martens has helped with events and with video-streaming support.
  • Bryan Taylor gave many hours toward public relations and donated the use of his facility for our Friends Night this year.
  • Bill Beck has helped with fundraising and fundraising support.
  • Steve Kaloper has donated hours of his professional expertise in institutional development.
  • Josh McCoy has donated hours of his time to help the college.
  • Larry Barber organized community classes during the last two years.
  • David Crabtree has offered advice and wisdom on running a college.
  • Many Community Class teachers gave excellent talks and led wonderful discussions: Larry Barber, Carina Crabtree, Colin Stetter, Andrew Robinson, Toby Swanson, Walter Steeb, Ryan Carroll, Jack Crabtree, Charley Dewberry, Ron Julian, and Wes Hurd.
  • Andy Weber has provided copywriting services.
  • Wes Hurd has organized art shows in the Puccinelli Gallery.
  • Charley Dewberry has taken over the upkeep of the grounds.
  • Audrey Barton has welcomed and overseen student visitors.
  • Many students and residents have helped at various Gutenberg functions: Emily Dunnan, Trisha Yeager, Audrey Barton, Elyse Baker, Andrew Dewberry, and William Cloninger.
  • Denise Steele has offered dance classes.
  • Larissa Swanson hosted the Junior Tea.