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Honor roll of leadership donors

As of June 30, 2020


The Ansin Family
     Tatsiana and Andrew Ansin ’81
     Edmund Ansin ◊
     James Ansin ’84
     Stephanie Ansin ’90 and Spencer Stewart ’85
The Decker Family §
Constance and Miguel Fernandez
Tina and Jeffrey Miller ’79 §

$2.5M - $4.9M

Miller Family Foundation
     Jeffrey Miller ’79
     Stuart A. Miller ’75
     Leslie Miller Saiontz ’77
Lydia Touzet and Rudy Prio Touzet ’76

$1M - $2.49M

Ana Cristina and Edgardo Defortuna
The Mendelson Family
     Kimberly Gray Mendelson ’85 and Eric Mendelson
     Arlene and Laurans Mendelson
     Lisa and Victor Mendelson
The Posner Family
     Pamela Kayton Posner ’92 and Jarrett Posner ’88
     Melissa and Sean Posner ’93
     Kelly Posner-Gerstenhaber ’85
Ransom Everglades Parents’ Association
Roustam Tariko

$500K - $999K

Anonymous (2)
Henry H. Anderson, Jr. ’38 ◊§
Irene and Irving Barr
Reuven and Karine Bigio
Julie and Martin Franklin
The Wayne and Wendy Holman Foundation
Karen and Steve Holzman
Christopher Hyatt ’61 §
The Maisel Family
     Laura Maisel ◊
     Karen and Michael Maisel ’68
Leyda Bowes-Manstein and Dieter Manstein
Bianca and Ernesto Morales ’93 §
The Srebnick Family
     Jessica and Scott Srebnick ’83
     Sharon and Howard Srebnick ’82
     Eliza Srebnick Weber ’87 and Jon Weber

$250K - $499K

Anonymous (3)
Loli Boehler and Agustin Arellano, Jr. ’90 §
Irma and Norman Braman
Stephanie Turkington Byrne ’65 and Bobby Byrne §
The Cypen Family
     Arlyn and Stephen Cypen
     Leslie Cypen Diamond ’92 and Peter Diamond ’92
     Jennifer Kaplan ’90
Maya Ezratti
Awilda Cruz and Daniel Finkle ’92 §
Elizabeth and Jonathan Fitzpatrick
Hilary and David Gershman
Randy Gumenick
Janet Lustgarten ’78
Betsy and Art Murphy §
Elana Oberstein-Harris ’93 and Geoffrey Harris §
Richard Sager ’70 §
Miriam Esteve and Gary Schermerhorn
Amy and Richard Stokes ’94
Sandra and Tony Tamer
Mariela and Roger Tovar
Debra Braman Wechsler ’78 and Jeffrey Wechsler

$100K - $249K

Anonymous (5)
3 Sons Foundation
Debra and Michael Alesandro
The Arellano Family
     Loli Boehler and Agustin Arellano, Jr. ’90
     Lola Arellano Pegg ’93 and Allen Pegg
     Olivia Arellano Espinosa ’00 and Fernando Espinosa
Jonathan Awner and Carrie Steinbaum
Heidi and Robin Bogle
The Cobb Family
     Ambassadors Sue and Charles Cobb
     Kolleen and Christian Cobb ’81
James Deering Danielson Foundation
   Charles Seitz III ’73
Lisette and Roland Di Gasbarro
Maria Dolores and Maurice Ferre ’79
Lindsay and Scott Fuhrman ’00
Marjorie and Ghislain Gouraige §
Evelyn Langlieb Greer and Bruce Greer
Maria Fernanda Froes and Emmanuel Hermann
Charlotte and Jeff Hicks ’84
Jennifer and Justin Kennedy
Tina and Jon Kislak
Susan Matson Lampen ’71 and Richard Lampen
Kinga and Edward Lampert
Stacey and David Leibowitz
George Lindemann
Kendra and John Malloy
Shareef and Gabrielle (Anwar) Malnik
Jordan and Marcelo Claure
Laurie and David McWilliams §
Jill Hartley Meland ’80 and Mark Meland
Mike Moran
Kristen and Wirth Munroe
Abigail Pollak
Suneetha and Jay Reddy
REEF Fishing Tournament
Laura and Jeff Roberts
Shirlee Schiller
Kim Smith
Tricia and Gary Tie-Shue
Penny and Mike Townsend
Rebecca and Jimmy Whited
Abby and Jeff Zanarini
Ray Zemon '66

◊ Deceased
§ Planned gift
Coconut Grove, FL 33133
Middle School2045 South Bayshore DriveTel: 305-250-6850
Upper School3575 Main HighwayTel: 305-460-8800
Founded in 1903, Ransom Everglades School is a coeducational, college preparatory day school for grades 6 - 12 located on two campuses in Coconut Grove, Florida. Ransom Everglades School produces graduates who "believe that they are in the world not so much for what they can get out of it as for what they can put into it." The mission of Ransom Everglades School is to provide an educational environment in which the pursuit of honor, academic excellence and intellectual growth is complemented by concern for the physical, cultural and character development of each student. The school provides rigorous college preparation that promotes the student's sense of identity, community, personal integrity and values for a productive and satisfying life, and prepares the student to lead and to contribute to society.