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The David B. Miller Family FoundationThe David B. Miller Family Foundation and David B. and Carolyn L. Miller are proud to support
Goodwill Industries of Dallas, Inc. and to help provide job training, education and employment to persons with disabilities and disadvantaging conditions, transforming lives through the power of jobs.
As Chairman of the Board, David B. Miller has positively influenced humanity through great gifts of time, financial contribution and undying commitment to Goodwill Industries of Dallas, Inc.
and the thousands of individuals served through our programs and services.
Sequence Of EventsWELCOME DaviD B. Miller
Chairman of the Board Goodwill Industries of Dallas, Inc.
INVOCATION reverenD Bryan H. Dunagan
Senior Pastor Highland Park Presbyterian Church
A CONVERSATION WITH THe HonoraBle Jeanne l. PHilliPs
Board of Directors Goodwill Industries of Dallas, Inc.
THe HonoraBle Karen HugHes
Worldwide Vice Chair Burson-Marsteller
george W. BusH The 43rd President of The United States FAREWELL JoHn HallaM Chair of Special Event Planning Committee Goodwill Industries of Dallas, Inc.
HONORARY CHAIRSMaryann and Frank Mihalopoulos
SPECIAL EVENT PLANNING COMMITTEE
Planning Committee ChairsKristina and John Hallam
Suzanne and Lance CharriereKelly Compton
Lisbeth Minyard and Paul LokeyPat Morgan and Charles McEvoy
Jeanne L. PhillipsDiane and John ScovellLynne and Roy Sheldon
Ruth and Kenneth AltshulerKathryn and Stephen ArataBelle and Don Berg Suzie Blumenthal and Scott BirnbaumJane and Pat BolinTucker BridwellAnn and Brad BrookshireJoseph CanonSuzanne and Lance CharriereKelly ComptonElana and Jerry CrawfordKathy and Harlan CrowLucky and Brooks CullumMelinda and John DickersonClaire and Dwight EmanuelsonBob FergusonSharon and Steve FolsomKristina and John HallamSara and Robert G. HallamJan and Fred Hegi
Kathy and Larry HelmJill and Grant HendersonChristine and Matthew HildrethAl G. Hill, Jr.Ann and Lee HobsonErin and Kyle HogueGene and Jerry JonesKaren and Alan KatzJoyce and Larry LacerteMichele and Jack LafieldMary Ann and Allen LassiterLisbeth Minyard and Paul LokeyDebbie and Mark LowPenny and Paul B. Loyd, Jr. Bobby B. LyleMaryann and Frank MihalopoulosCarolyn and David B. MillerPatty and David MillerReena MorrisKaren Parkhill
Pam and Gary PatsleySarah and Ross Perot, Jr.Heidi and Tim PerryMichal and Loyd PowellVin and Caren Prothro Foundation Marcia RafkinBarbara and Randall RosenblattVictor E. SalvinoPete Schenkel Diane and John ScovellLynne and Roy SheldonDorthy and Tom ShoreSouthern Methodist University Debbie and John TollesonDorothy (Dee) Collins TorbertMimi and Bill VanderstraatenElizabeth and Jack R. WahlquistLee Ann and Alan WhiteRobert S. Williams
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Champion SponsorsDr. and Mrs. Kenneth Altshuler
Pat and Jane BolinDian Graves Owen Foundation
Dodge Jones FoundationMaryann and Frank Mihalopolous
Victor E. SalvinoDiane and John Scovell
Dorothy (Dee) Collins Torbert
LOYDJack and Michele Lafield
Kathy and Larry HelmJill and Grant HendersonChristina and Matthew HildrethAl G. Hill, Jr.Ann and Lee HobsonGene and Jerry JonesKaren and Alan Katz/ Neiman Marcus GroupMary Ann and Alan LassiterLisbeth Minyard and Paul LokeyDebbie and Mark LowBobby B. LyleMoneyGram International, Inc.Reena MorrisSarah and Ross Perot, Jr.
AnonymousAldersgate Charitable FoundationBaylor Scott and White HealthSuzie Blumenthal and Scott BirnbaumAnn and Brad BrookshireCardinal MidstreamSuzanne and Lance CharriereLucky and Brooks CullumMelinda and John DickersonClaire and Dwight EmanuelsonSharon and Steve FolsomJ.M. Haggar, Jr. Family FoundationKristina and John HallamHamon Charitable FoundationJan and Fred Hegi
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SUPPORTING SPONSORS OTHER UNDERWRITING SPONSORS
AnonymousAmegy BankBailey Construction and Consulting, LLCBank of AmericaBank of TexasJayne and John BaumgartenCityplace CompanyComerica BankCorganCrestview Real EstateKathy and Harlan CrowSuzy and Larry GekiereLisa and Gabriel GoncalvesTracy and Jeff HullJoanna and Drew JohnsonSuzanne and Jim JohnstonMerrie Ann and Frank King
Joyce and Larry LacertePat and Charles McEvoyPatty and David MillerMorgan Stanley Dallas GalleriaMutual of America Northern TrustKaren ParkhillLinda and Joel H. RobuckScheef and Stone, LLPPete SchenkelGretchen and George SeayTexas Legends Care Thomas Printworks
AnonymousJohn and Nancy AndersonArthur J. Gallagher & Co.Marla and Mike BooneThe Boston Consulting GroupDaniel BranchRose M. BrownErik DaugbjergWhitney and Jay GroganDavid and Ginger JacksonRuth and Roman Kupchynsky IIThe LawsonDavid F. MartineauMoore Construction ManagementJanet and Derek McClainThe Popolo Family FundBettye and Rick SlavenLenore Sullivan and Barry Henry
Heidi and Tim PerryPlainsCapital BankMichal and Loyd PowellVin and Caren Prothro FoundationMarcia RafkinRGT Wealth Advisors Barbara and Dr. Randall RosenblattDorthy and Tom ShoreLynne and Roy SheldonSouthern Methodist UniversityTDIndustries, Inc.Tolleson Wealth ManagementTurner Construction CompanyMimi and Bill VanderstraatenWestwood ManagementRobert S. Williams
SPECIAL THANKSMatchbox ProductionsUnited Way of Metropolitan Dallas
THe HonoraBle Jeanne l. PHilliPs
HunT ConsoliDaTeD, inC. Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs & International Relations
Ms. Phillips has been a businesswoman for more than three decades in Texas. She owned and operated one of the premier high–dollar political fundraising companies until 2001 when she was appointed by President George W. Bush as the United States Permanent Representative to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) with rank of Ambassador in Paris, France where she served from 2001 – 2003. Currently, she serves as Senior Vice President for Corporate Affairs and International Relations for Hunt Consolidated, Inc. She is also President of Hunt Global Partnerships, Inc., the worldwide corporate engagement and social responsibility entity for Hunt Oil Company.
Following both the 2001 and 2004 Presidential campaigns, she was appointed by President Bush to serve as Executive Director and then Chairman of the 54th and 55th Presidential Inaugural Committees.
Ms. Phillips graduated from Southern Methodist University. She currently serves on the Board of the George W. Bush Foundation, as a Trustee for Southern Methodist University, on the Baylor Health Care System Foundation Board, World Affairs Council DFW Board and the Board of Goodwill Industries. She is also on the advisory board for New Friends New Life and the Junior League of Dallas. She is a member of the Philosophical Society of Texas and an alumnus of the Texas Lyceum. Ms. Phillips was named “100 of 100” by the YWCA for its Centennial; Distinguished Alumni for SMU; and Outstanding Alumni nationally for Kappa Kappa Gamma fraternity. She is actively involved with other organizations that focus on health, education and the improved lives of women and children around the world.
DaviD B. Miller
enCaP invesTMenTs, l.P.Managing Partner
David B. Miller is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of EnCap Investments L.P., a leading provider of private equity capital to the oil and gas industry. From 1988 to 1996, Mr. Miller served as President of PMC Reserve Acquisition Company, a partnership jointly owned by EnCap and Pitts Energy Group. Prior to the establishment of EnCap, he served as Co-Chief Executive Officer of MAZE Exploration Inc., a Denver-based oil and gas company he co-founded in 1981. Mr. Miller began his professional career with Republic Bank, ultimately serving as Vice President and Manager of the bank’s wholly owned subsidiary, Republic Energy Finance Corporation. In 2004, Mr. Miller was appointed to the National Petroleum Council, an advisory body to the Secretary of Energy, and is a member of the Board of Advisors of the
Maguire Energy Institute. He was inducted into the Rocky Mountain Oil and Gas Hall of Fame in 2014 and the Dallas Business Hall of Fame in 2015.
Mr. Miller is a graduate of Southern Methodist University, having received a Master’s and Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration in 1973 and 1972, respectively. He serves on the Board of Trustees at SMU and is Chairman of the Executive Board of the Edwin L. Cox School of Business. Mr. Miller is a recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus Awards from both Southern Methodist University and the Cox School. He is also president of the David B. Miller Family Foundation, through which he and his wife, Carolyn, contribute to numerous charitable organizations.
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THe HonoraBle Karen HugHes
Worldwide Vice Chair
Karen Hughes serves as Burson-Marsteller’s Worldwide Vice Chair. She is one of the world’s foremost communication strategists, specializing in strategic messaging and communications, crisis communications and executive positioning with clients ranging from global corporations to Fortune 500 CEOs.
Since joining Burson-Marsteller in 2008, she has brought to the business world her unique expertise honed over more than 30 years of public policy, communications and political experience, from helping lead winning presidential campaigns to serving at the highest levels of government.
Previously she served as Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs where she led the U.S. State Department’s effort to communicate America’s values abroad. Karen also served as Counselor to President George W. Bush from 2001 to 2002. In this role she acted as strategic advisor to the president on policy and communications and managed the White House Offices of Communications, Media Affairs, Speechwriting and Press Secretary. She is a past Executive Director of the Republican Party of Texas and a former television news reporter for the NBC affiliate in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Karen is a Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude graduate of Southern Methodist University. Karen is the author of Ten Minutes from Normal, a memoir of her experiences working with President Bush. Karen was selected to serve as a Resident Fellow at Harvard University’s Institute of Politics for the Spring 2013 semester.
george W. BusH
The 43rd President of the United States
George W. Bush served as the 43rd President of the United States from 2001 to 2009.President Bush was born on July 6, 1946 in New Haven, Connecticut, to Barbara and George H.W. Bush – later the 41st President of the United States. In 1948, the family moved to Texas, where George W. Bush grew up in Midland and Houston. He received a bachelor’s degree in history from Yale University in 1968 and a master’s degree in business administration from Harvard Business School in 1975. He served as a pilot in the Texas Air National Guard from 1968 to 1974. He settled in Midland, where he started an energy business and married Laura Welch on November 5, 1977. After working on his father’s successful 1988 Presidential campaign, George W. Bush joined a group of partners that purchased the Texas Rangers baseball franchise in 1989.
On November 8, 1994, George W. Bush was elected the 46th Governor of Texas. In 1998, he became the first governor in Texas history to be elected to consecutive four-year terms. After the Presidency, George and Laura Bush founded the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas, Texas. The Center is home to the Bush Presidential Museum and Library, which houses George W. Bush’s presidential papers. The Center is also home to the George W. Bush Institute, a public policy organization that focuses on economic growth, education reform, global health, and human freedom. The Institute supports the rights of women with its Women’s Initiative and honors those who have served in the United States armed forces through its Military Service Initiative.
President Bush is the author of a bestselling memoir, Decision Points. He also recently authored a book about his father, President George H.W. Bush, 41: A Portrait of My Father. He and Laura have twin daughters, Barbara and Jenna, a son-in-law, Henry Hager, and a granddaughter, Mila Hager. The Bush family also includes two cats, Bob and Bernadette.
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JoHn H. HallaM
Ben e. KeiTH CoMPany
President and Chief Operating Officer
John is the President and Chief Operating Officer of Ben E. Keith Company. Ben E. Keith is a privately held food and beverage distributor currently operating throughout Texas and the South Central region of the U.S. John began his career in 1990 as a Trainee for the Ben E. Keith Beverage Division and has held various positions throughout the company. John has served in his current position since 2013. John received a Bachelor of Arts from Tulane University in 1989 and a Masters in Business Administration from the University Of Texas McCombs School Of Business in 2004.
John currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Goodwill Industries of Dallas Foundation. Other current and past affiliations include Goodwill Industries Board of Directors, Amegy Bank Advisory Board, Friends of Fair Park, Wholesale Beer Distributors of Texas, Dallas Assembly, SMU Athletic Forum, Young Presidents Organization, and Highland Park Presbyterian Church. John grew up in Dallas where he lives with his wife, Kristina, and their three children, Gaston, Henry, and Meredith.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
David B. Miller, ChairmanR. Brooks Cullum Jr., Vice ChairmanDorthy Miller Shore, TreasurerCharles W. Morris, Secretary Rodney K. Ginther, President
Dan BranchBrad BrookshireNate CollinsJerry CrawfordSteven H. DurhamSusan M. HicksRichard E. HoffmanKyle HogueFrank A. KingJack M. LafieldPaul B. Loyd, Jr.Richard K. MartinPat Morgan McEvoyJeanne L. PhillipsSteven Piano
Kelly E. RoachWilliam H. VanderstraatenRobert G. White
FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS
James M. Johnston, PresidentFrank Mihalopoulos, Vice PresidentJohn F. Dickerson, TreasurerRodney K. Ginther, Assistant Secy.Pat S. BolinSuzanne M. CharriereR. Brock ComptonJohn HallamHarriet MiersDavid B. MillerDianne H. Patterson
Board of Directors
3020 N. Westmoreland Road, Dallas, TX 75212Ph 214.638.2800, Fax 214.638.7926