Class of 1976 - Henry and Susan Warshaw Challenge

$4,119,666

Donated

189

Donors

91

Days Remaining

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About

Henry Warshaw arrived in St. Louis in 1972 with the intention of attending Washington University and returning to his hometown following graduation. Forty-nine years later, Henry not only calls St. Louis his home, but he is actively involved in both the St. Louis and Washington University communities as a leader, entrepreneur and mentor.

Henry is the founder and president of Virtual Realty Enterprises, a diversified real estate company. Henry has served on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of Enterprise Financial  Services Corp. He was previously Chairman of the Board of Directors of Enterprise Bank of Clayton, a subsidiary of Enterprise Financial Services Corp. and on the Executive Committee of the Foundation for Barnes Jewish Hospital.

Henry is a graduate of Washington University in St Louis, earning both a B.A. and M.B.A. He currently serves on the Boards of Barnes Jewish Hospital and Washington University. Henry has been honored by Washington University as a Founders Day recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award.

After graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Susan Warshaw worked for two years in Geneva, Switzerland. After returning to North Carolina, she worked for several years in the Juvenile Court, where her work with juveniles and their families led to her interest in family therapy. In 1977, the Brown School at Washington University offered a lot of clinical courses and had a very good reputation. Her graduate studies at the Brown School clarified her professional passion, gave her the clinical skills necessary to work as a professional, and helped her focus on the population she could best serve.

 After gaining more experience, she became a practicum supervisor for Brown School students who were interested in family therapy. She later became an adjunct faculty member, teaching a course in marriage and family therapy. She also obtained her Ph.D. in Marital and Family Therapy and Development from the Department of Education at St. Louis University.

In addition to other community involvement, Susan remains involved with Washington University. She serves on the National Council of the Brown School and is on the Alumni Board of Governors.

Henry and Susan met at Washington University and have been married for over 38 years. They are the proud parents of Eleanor and Jacob. Washington University remains a very important part of the Warshaw family.


See how the Class of 1976 is tracking: Reunion Class Gift Results. Any and all gifts to Washington University are included in the Reunion Class Gift totals.

Washington University is pleased to acknowledge the special support of your classmates. If you would like to add your name to this list by a making a contribution to your Class Gift, please contact the Reunion Class Gift Office at 314-935-2848 or make your gift today.

Donors

Jonathan Adland
Mindy Affrime
Michael Altepeter
Karen Anderson
Richard Angell
Robert Ansehl
Michal Aronson
Edith Maynard Auchter
Martin Babinski
Ruth Jamison Banks
Ellen Barker
Mark Barteau
Susan Greenebaum Baxt
Alan Bender
Donald Bernstein
Robin Axelrod Bernstein
Susan Sanders Block
Sheryl Fields Bogen
Bruce Bolliger
Debra Bresler
Kelly Brigham
Alan Brown
Dennis Brown
Deryl Brown-Archie
Susan Cantor Buchbinder
Joyce Buchheit
Joseph Carnevale
Leo Chen
Susan Lubovsky Clayman
Sara Green Cohan
Diana Cohen
Kenneth Cohen
Michael Cohen
Sarah Schlafly Cohn
Jacquelyn Connelly
Barbara Conti
Alice Conway
Kay Nakakura Cooney
Robert Cooney
Kathryn Borr Corley
Michael Dains
Patrick Deane
Ellen Deschatres
Lynne Gordon DeWitt
Sean Donnelly
Marlene Dorfman
Robert Duncan
Frank Dziama
Karen Engelhardt
Bruce Favish
Michael Feinberg
Jeffrey Fireman
Donald Fleischer
Roberta Fox
James Foyil
Marcia Epstein Fraerman
Louis Freedman
Steven Freedman
Amy Friedman
Dianne Levisohn Garvin
Richard Gershberg
Kenneth Gibbs
Albert Gold
Bruce Goodman
Joseph Hanig
Esther Haskvitz
Jo Anne Hoffman Helman
Charles Hendrix
Mark Hoffman
Fred Horowitz
Louis Hutt
Kim Ireland
Renee Jacobs
Diane Jorgensen
Michael Kagan
Gregory Kamer
Linda Kaplan
Daniele Kay
Larry Klein
Robert Kohn
Margery Weinberg Komninos
Kenneth Kousky
Michael Krumholz
Nancy Laubenthal
Jeffrey Lazar
Linda Hassell Lazar
Mordechai Lebenberg
Linda Rudorfer Lefton
Catherine Leonard
Ronald Leong
Ronald Leven
Barry Levin
Daniel Levin
Janet Levine
Robert Levy
Sanford Loewentheil
Daniel Logan
Karen Gudermuth Logan
Andrew Lowenthal
Leslie Luchene
John Marsalek
Daniel McKeown
Leslie McKinney
James Mendelson
Lita Menkin
Bernard Miller
Ellen Frank Miller
Susan Miller
Terry Seiler Milne
Sandra Pryor Moore
Sarah More
William Morgan
Hallie Wahl Morrow
Lynn Neibur Mutch
Howard Nathanson
Thanh Nguyen
James Oetting
Thomas Oliphant
Paul Pariser
Sarah Patz
Carl Pendleton
Barbara Pollard-Stein
JoHanna Potts
Steven Rakel
Eric Reiss
Timothy Rhoades
Lisa Brodsky Ring
Vandarra Robbins
Mark Robin
Linda Rothenberg Rothenberg Stein
Mark Roy
Ronald Sampson
Johanna Fleischaker Schillinger
John Schlesinger
Susan Silver Schonfeld
June Jayson Shapiro
Robert Sheets
Joan Bronk Silberstein
Roberta Silver
Nancy Siteman
Christopher Smith
Gregory Smith
Marc Smith
Edwin Snyder
Janice Sorkow
Myron Souris
Alissa Pardo Stein
Scott Stephens
Amy Stollmack
Malcolm Sweet
Maxine Tabas
Evelyn Craig Taylor
Barbara Schaps Thomas
Ann Rubenstein Tisch
Richard Torack
Lawrence Trachtenberg
Richard Troupin
Stephen Underkofler
Margo Vinney
Howard Warner
Henry Warshaw
Nancy Wesson
Steven Wool, MD
Claudia Neist Wright
Chao-Ping Wu
Deborah Yellin
Robin Vinitsky Zaban
Harvey Zar

Incentives

Sending WashU and St. Louis to you!


Until we can meet in St. Louis again, we’re sending a little bit of campus—and the city—to you. Get your exclusive Washington University in St. Louis T-shirt when you contribute $10 or more to your Class Gift.

The dark heather gray Bella+Canvas-brand T-shirtis made from a super-soft cotton-poly blend and has a slightly fitted shape. Please allow six to eight weeks for delivery.

 

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