Vada May Corkery, lifetime member, preparing for ride in Wind River
Canopy Crane gondola.


Membership in the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Director's Club honors annual donors who contribute $500 or more to the School and lifetime donors who contribute $25,000 or more. With the help of these committed supporters, the School ensures scholarship and recruitment awards for top quality students and the development of new and exciting initiatives. Director's Club members have helped rebuild Merrill Hall, provided funding for the Denman Forestry Issues Series, supported scholarships across the School's programs, helped maintain the collections in the Washington Park Arboretum, and contributed generously to the School's discretionary fund. As a member of the Director's Club, you receive invitations to quarterly events with the Director and other lectures and events, and are recognized annually in the SEFS News. You can become a member of the Director's Club by making a gift to any fund within the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences. For more information on the philanthropic opportunities available at the School, please call 206-543-9505.

Lifetime Members:

B. Bruce and Bonnie Bare
Gordon and Irene Bergum
James and Dorothy Bethel
John and Ann Bethel
Leland Carlisle
Ruth Mary Close
Jack and Vada May Corkery
Paul and Debra Cressman
Paul Cressman and Lee Kraft
Mary Ellen Denman
Jeanne Dryfoos
Alice Eastman
James Ellis
Jane Erkenbeck
Jo Ann Fray
Thomas Friberg and Shannon
Richard and Rhonda Getty
Ardis Grunow
Wayne and Carol Gullstad
Ben and Dorie Harrison
William Hatheway
Thomas and Arline Hinckley
Otis Hyde
Carol Isaacson
Ilga Janson and Michael
Nick Juliano
Kari Kovasin
Michael and Carol Lazara
Robert Lencho
Ruby McLachlan
Carey Miller
William Murdock
Julia Rosmond
Mary Rosmond
Polly Rosmond and Phillip Smith
Nancy Davidson Short
Orin and Althea Soest
Lily and Bobby Takatsuka
Allan Treuer
Samuel Wasser and Elizabeth
Gary and Karla Waterman
John Wott