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Seattle Aquarium Annual Report 2013

LEADERSHIP DIRECTORY As of December 31, 2013 Seattle Aquarium Administration Dear Friend of the Seattle Aquarium, Robert W. Davidson, President & CEO The highlight of 2013 for harbor seals Barney, Q and Siku—as well as our visitors, staff and volunteers—was C.J. Casson, Director of Life Sciences Ryan Dean, Director of Finance & Administration the opening on June 1 of our new harbor seal exhibit, representing your hugely important investment to Tim Kuniholm, Director of Public Affairs match that of the City of Seattle. This $7 million project replaced a dated exhibit with one that introduces Alan Maxey, Director of Facilities & Operations Puget Sound’s most ubiquitous marine mammal to visitors in a way that highlights their wonder and the Lori Montoya, Director of Development importance of a healthy Sound. This was the first major exhibit added since the $42.5 million New Currents Marsha Savery, Marketing & Creative Director expansion of the Aquarium. Veronica Smolen, Director of Human Resources Jim Wharton, Director of Conservation & Education We had several independent affirmations in 2013 that we are making progress on a variety of key metrics. The Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA) granted its five-year accreditation, calling out 17 areas of excellence for specific mention. Independent survey research conducted by a national firm found that the Aquarium raises interest in marine conservation and ranks second in overall satisfaction among eight national aquariums. We also received high and balanced overall satisfaction ratings for both education and entertainment. Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment Board of Directors The City started construction on the Elliott Bay seawall replacement in November, which will assure the safety of tens of thousands of people travelling to, working along and visiting the waterfront each day, as well as protect Chairman Lesley Canfield, Community Volunteer key city utilities, transportation links and buildings like the Aquarium. The Aquarium will remain open and easily Kenneth F. Collins, Microsoft accessible to our visitors during a three-year construction period. *James C. Gurke, retired, Getty Images David D. Dicks, University of Washington, College of the Environment Immediate Past Chair Patricia J. Dill, Laird Norton Wealth Management As a symbolic and practical step to educate the public about ocean acidification and curb the Aquarium’s carbon Bob Donegan, Ivar’s energy usage, Seattle City Light installed the largest solar array of any aquarium on the West Coast on the roof J. Terry McLaughlin, retired, The Professional Basketball Club, LLC William T. Einstein, Puget Sound Energy, Inc. of Pier 59. This complements our ocean acidification research efforts with Dr. Richard Feely of NOAA and the Chair Elect Dennis Forsyth, SRG Partnership, Inc. U.W. College of the Environment, which includes instruments on Pier 59 measuring Puget Sound ocean Susan L. Gates, American West Bank Randy J. Tinseth, The Boeing Company acidification levels. Pam Guinn, Clear Channel Outdoor Treasurer J. Brian Hill, Sound Leasing Corporation Finally, as a key part of planning for the new Seattle “Waterfront for All,” we completed the concept program Neal Holland, Union Bank Kevin L. Blair, Washington Trust Bank for the future Aquarium expansion. This will be the basis for the conceptual architectural design for future Linda K. Johnson, retired, Visio expansion, which will be completed and submitted for City Council review and approval in early 2015. Funding Secretary Stephanie Kornblum, retired, Microsoft for the concept design is provided by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the City of Seattle, and in-kind Mark E. Kramer, F5 Networks Gary T. Smith, Smith and Stark services from Dennis Forsyth/SRG Partnership. Katherine A. Krogslund, University of Washington, School of Oceanography President & CEO Erin J. Letey, Riddell Williams P.S. We are grateful for your support of the Seattle Lisa C. Luther, Nordstrom *Robert W. Davidson Aquarium and its mission: Inspiring Conservation Melissa Mager, Law Offices of Cynthia B. Whitaker Past Chairs Karissa Marker, KPMG of Our Marine Environment. On behalf of Greg Massey, Seattle Mariners the board of directors, staff and over 1,000 Ted Ackerley, Ackerley Partners Steve Moore, Contour, Inc. volunteers, we thank you! Don Audleman, Capstone Partners LLC John C. Blackman, retired, Argosy Cruises Gregory P. Owens, Washington Trust Bank Robert W. Power, SEA CON LLC Sincerely, Dan M. Guy III, Columbia Pacific Casey J. Schuchart, Schuchart Stuart T. Rolfe, Wright Hotels, Inc. Gary S. Smith, Lease Crutcher Lewis James C. Gurke George V. Willoughby Jr., retired, King Broadcasting Amy Sprangers, Seahawks & Seattle Sounders FC Chairman, Board of Directors Directors Linda Springmann, Holland America Line Eric V. Steinwinder, Avanade, Inc. Robert W. Davidson *William C. Arntz, retired, Seattle Aquarium Scott C. Trethewey, Callisons, Inc. President & CEO Mary L. Bass, Wells Fargo Alex Washburn, Columbia Pacific Advisors, LLC Gini Beck, Community Volunteer Thomas J. Weiland, Amazon Dianne L. Bell, Verizon Business Christopher Williams, Seattle Parks & Recreation *John R. Braden, retired, Seattle Aquarium *Ex-Officio The Seattle Aquarium is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit institution owned by the City of Seattle. Donations to the Seattle Aquarium are tax deductible under the Internal Revenue Code. Donations can be made by calling (206) 838-3907 or visiting SeattleAquarium.org. 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LEADERSHIP DIRECTORY As of December 31, 2013 Seattle Aquarium Administration Dear Friend of the Seattle Aquarium, Robert W. Davidson, President & CEO The highlight of 2013 for harbor seals Barney, Q and Siku—as well as our visitors, staff and volunteers—was C.J. Casson, Director of Life Sciences Ryan Dean, Director of Finance & Administration the opening on June 1 of our new harbor seal exhibit, representing your hugely important investment to Tim Kuniholm, Director of Public Affairs match that of the City of Seattle. This $7 million project replaced a dated exhibit with one that introduces Alan Maxey, Director of Facilities & Operations Puget Sound’s most ubiquitous marine mammal to visitors in a way that highlights their wonder and the Lori Montoya, Director of Development importance of a healthy Sound. This was the first major exhibit added since the $42.5 million New Currents Marsha Savery, Marketing & Creative Director expansion of the Aquarium. Veronica Smolen, Director of Human Resources Jim Wharton, Director of Conservation & Education We had several independent affirmations in 2013 that we are making progress on a variety of key metrics. The Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA) granted its five-year accreditation, calling out 17 areas of excellence for specific mention. Independent survey research conducted by a national firm found that the Aquarium raises interest in marine conservation and ranks second in overall satisfaction among eight national aquariums. We also received high and balanced overall satisfaction ratings for both education and entertainment. Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment Board of Directors The City started construction on the Elliott Bay seawall replacement in November, which will assure the safety of tens of thousands of people travelling to, working along and visiting the waterfront each day, as well as protect Chairman Lesley Canfield, Community Volunteer key city utilities, transportation links and buildings like the Aquarium. The Aquarium will remain open and easily Kenneth F. Collins, Microsoft accessible to our visitors during a three-year construction period. *James C. Gurke, retired, Getty Images David D. Dicks, University of Washington, College of the Environment Immediate Past Chair Patricia J. Dill, Laird Norton Wealth Management As a symbolic and practical step to educate the public about ocean acidification and curb the Aquarium’s carbon Bob Donegan, Ivar’s energy usage, Seattle City Light installed the largest solar array of any aquarium on the West Coast on the roof J. Terry McLaughlin, retired, The Professional Basketball Club, LLC William T. Einstein, Puget Sound Energy, Inc. of Pier 59. This complements our ocean acidification research efforts with Dr. Richard Feely of NOAA and the Chair Elect Dennis Forsyth, SRG Partnership, Inc. U.W. College of the Environment, which includes instruments on Pier 59 measuring Puget Sound ocean Susan L. Gates, American West Bank Randy J. Tinseth, The Boeing Company acidification levels. Pam Guinn, Clear Channel Outdoor Treasurer J. Brian Hill, Sound Leasing Corporation Finally, as a key part of planning for the new Seattle “Waterfront for All,” we completed the concept program Neal Holland, Union Bank Kevin L. Blair, Washington Trust Bank for the future Aquarium expansion. This will be the basis for the conceptual architectural design for future Linda K. Johnson, retired, Visio expansion, which will be completed and submitted for City Council review and approval in early 2015. Funding Secretary Stephanie Kornblum, retired, Microsoft for the concept design is provided by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the City of Seattle, and in-kind Mark E. Kramer, F5 Networks Gary T. Smith, Smith and Stark services from Dennis Forsyth/SRG Partnership. Katherine A. Krogslund, University of Washington, School of Oceanography President & CEO Erin J. Letey, Riddell Williams P.S. We are grateful for your support of the Seattle Lisa C. Luther, Nordstrom *Robert W. Davidson Aquarium and its mission: Inspiring Conservation Melissa Mager, Law Offices of Cynthia B. Whitaker Past Chairs Karissa Marker, KPMG of Our Marine Environment. On behalf of Greg Massey, Seattle Mariners the board of directors, staff and over 1,000 Ted Ackerley, Ackerley Partners Steve Moore, Contour, Inc. volunteers, we thank you! Don Audleman, Capstone Partners LLC John C. Blackman, retired, Argosy Cruises Gregory P. Owens, Washington Trust Bank Robert W. Power, SEA CON LLC Sincerely, Dan M. Guy III, Columbia Pacific Casey J. Schuchart, Schuchart Stuart T. Rolfe, Wright Hotels, Inc. Gary S. Smith, Lease Crutcher Lewis James C. Gurke George V. Willoughby Jr., retired, King Broadcasting Amy Sprangers, Seahawks & Seattle Sounders FC Chairman, Board of Directors Directors Linda Springmann, Holland America Line Eric V. Steinwinder, Avanade, Inc. Robert W. Davidson *William C. Arntz, retired, Seattle Aquarium Scott C. Trethewey, Callisons, Inc. President & CEO Mary L. Bass, Wells Fargo Alex Washburn, Columbia Pacific Advisors, LLC Gini Beck, Community Volunteer Thomas J. Weiland, Amazon Dianne L. Bell, Verizon Business Christopher Williams, Seattle Parks & Recreation *John R. Braden, retired, Seattle Aquarium *Ex-Officio The Seattle Aquarium is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit institution owned by the City of Seattle. Donations to the Seattle Aquarium are tax deductible under the Internal Revenue Code. Donations can be made by calling (206) 838-3907 or visiting SeattleAquarium.org. 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HARBOR SEAL EXHIBIT OPENS HARBOR SEAL CAPITAL CAMPAIGN LEADERSHIP PROJECT COMPLETED The Harbor Seal Capital Project was HARBOR SEAL EXHIBIT OPENS: THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS DONORS chaired by Stephanie Kornblum, who joined the Seattle Aquarium board of A BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME FOR BARNEY, Q AND SIKU! In early 2014, the Aquarium successfully completed directors in 2010. She has served on another capital campaign: the renovation of our largest our Executive Committee since 2011 After months of hard work and Our marine science interpreters outdoor attraction, the harbor seal exhibit. We surpassed and also serves as co-chair of our preparation, our new harbor seal quickly noticed that visitors were our goal of $6 million with a public contribution by the Development Committee. exhibit opened to the public on lingering longer at the harbor seal City of Seattle of $3.5 million for piling replacement, and June 1 with a celebration sponsored exhibit than in any other area of $2.56 million in private contributions. Stephanie led our board of directors in by Safeco. Nearly 5,500 visitors joined the Aquarium, which created more Launched in October 2011, the Harbor Seal Capital Project this effort and was supported by veteran us during the opening weekend to opportunities for them to help make officially came to a close in February of 2014, when the fundraisers Ted Ackerley, Jim Gurke, welcome Barney, Q and Siku to their the connection between harbor Aquarium surpassed its goal and triggered a top-off grant Dan Guy, J. Brian Hill, Stuart Rolfe, Amy new home. seals and preserving Puget Sound. Sprangers and George Willoughby. of $250,000 by the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust. We are Thanks to all for their outstanding The harbor seals quickly settled The new exhibit also provided some tremendously grateful for the incentive of this award. efforts toward realizing the vision of the into their surroundings. Their new, unexpected opportunities to inspire Aquarium’s new harbor seal exhibit! six-foot-deep pool is nearly two feet conservation action. Because of deeper than their previous pool— its outdoor location and view of and they definitely seemed to enjoy Elliott Bay, visitors were easily able the extra swimming space. They also to see litter in the water near the now have more room to rest on dry Aquarium’s pier—and many wanted land: their haul-out space more than doubled in size to do something about it. Says Visitor Engagement to 210 square feet (previously 94). The new exhibit also Manager Andrea DosSantos, “When the harbor seal features a wet resting area, underwater rock formations, exhibit opened, we knew everyone was going to love and an underwater “bubble curtain” that can be turned seeing the animals underwater; we didn’t expect that on and off. we’d have so many conversations about debris in the The exhibit experience improved for humans, as well. Sound. But when people started bringing it up, we took With acrylic panels on three sides—two of which dip the opportunity to help them make the connection below the water’s surface—the view of Barney, Q and between the harbor seals in the exhibit and harbor seals Siku is better than ever before. Seating for up to 100 in the wild.” people (or three classrooms of school children) By summer’s end, over 120,000 people had visited means that visitors can get comfortable the new exhibit—with many, many more to come in and stay a while during the daily talks the years ahead. and activities held at the exhibit. THE NEXT STEP IN THE AQUARIUM OF THE FUTURE Constructed in just five short months, our new harbor seal exhibit represents the latest in an exciting series of transformations that began with our New Currents Capital Campaign and subsequent expansion in 2005–2007. We’re in the planning stages of our biggest expansion yet—to coincide with and take advantage of the revitalization of Seattle’s central waterfront. We look forward to sharing details of this plan with you, and to leveraging our position as the centerpiece of the new “waterfront for all” to inspire countless new visitors about the wonders of our marine environment—and educate them about the critical role we all play in caring for it. SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 4 5 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

HARBOR SEAL EXHIBIT OPENS HARBOR SEAL CAPITAL CAMPAIGN LEADERSHIP PROJECT COMPLETED The Harbor Seal Capital Project was HARBOR SEAL EXHIBIT OPENS: THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS DONORS chaired by Stephanie Kornblum, who joined the Seattle Aquarium board of A BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME FOR BARNEY, Q AND SIKU! In early 2014, the Aquarium successfully completed directors in 2010. She has served on another capital campaign: the renovation of our largest our Executive Committee since 2011 After months of hard work and Our marine science interpreters outdoor attraction, the harbor seal exhibit. We surpassed and also serves as co-chair of our preparation, our new harbor seal quickly noticed that visitors were our goal of $6 million with a public contribution by the Development Committee. exhibit opened to the public on lingering longer at the harbor seal City of Seattle of $3.5 million for piling replacement, and June 1 with a celebration sponsored exhibit than in any other area of $2.56 million in private contributions. Stephanie led our board of directors in by Safeco. Nearly 5,500 visitors joined the Aquarium, which created more Launched in October 2011, the Harbor Seal Capital Project this effort and was supported by veteran us during the opening weekend to opportunities for them to help make officially came to a close in February of 2014, when the fundraisers Ted Ackerley, Jim Gurke, welcome Barney, Q and Siku to their the connection between harbor Aquarium surpassed its goal and triggered a top-off grant Dan Guy, J. Brian Hill, Stuart Rolfe, Amy new home. seals and preserving Puget Sound. Sprangers and George Willoughby. of $250,000 by the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust. We are Thanks to all for their outstanding The harbor seals quickly settled The new exhibit also provided some tremendously grateful for the incentive of this award. efforts toward realizing the vision of the into their surroundings. Their new, unexpected opportunities to inspire Aquarium’s new harbor seal exhibit! six-foot-deep pool is nearly two feet conservation action. Because of deeper than their previous pool— its outdoor location and view of and they definitely seemed to enjoy Elliott Bay, visitors were easily able the extra swimming space. They also to see litter in the water near the now have more room to rest on dry Aquarium’s pier—and many wanted land: their haul-out space more than doubled in size to do something about it. Says Visitor Engagement to 210 square feet (previously 94). The new exhibit also Manager Andrea DosSantos, “When the harbor seal features a wet resting area, underwater rock formations, exhibit opened, we knew everyone was going to love and an underwater “bubble curtain” that can be turned seeing the animals underwater; we didn’t expect that on and off. we’d have so many conversations about debris in the The exhibit experience improved for humans, as well. Sound. But when people started bringing it up, we took With acrylic panels on three sides—two of which dip the opportunity to help them make the connection below the water’s surface—the view of Barney, Q and between the harbor seals in the exhibit and harbor seals Siku is better than ever before. Seating for up to 100 in the wild.” people (or three classrooms of school children) By summer’s end, over 120,000 people had visited means that visitors can get comfortable the new exhibit—with many, many more to come in and stay a while during the daily talks the years ahead. and activities held at the exhibit. THE NEXT STEP IN THE AQUARIUM OF THE FUTURE Constructed in just five short months, our new harbor seal exhibit represents the latest in an exciting series of transformations that began with our New Currents Capital Campaign and subsequent expansion in 2005–2007. We’re in the planning stages of our biggest expansion yet—to coincide with and take advantage of the revitalization of Seattle’s central waterfront. We look forward to sharing details of this plan with you, and to leveraging our position as the centerpiece of the new “waterfront for all” to inspire countless new visitors about the wonders of our marine environment—and educate them about the critical role we all play in caring for it. SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 4 5 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

HARBOR SEAL Timothy Brown Ted & Kris Johnson Annie Spalding Thomas Winston Dustin & Kristi Brumbaugh William & Sandy Justen Amy Sparks Margarite Hargrave CAPITAL PROJECT DONORS Susan Bullerdick James & Julie Keller Heather Spence & Gregory Noel Steven Harris & Patricia Zaknich Katie Hart & Joming Lau The Bullitt Foundation Starbucks Coffee Company William & Marie Kent Steve Camasi KeyBank Carlyn Steiner Caroline Hempstead Robert & Ann Campbell Dmitry Khvol Eric & Samantha Steinwinder Andree Herbert $3,500,000 Katharyn Alvord Gerlich $1,000–$4,999 Stanley Gent & Susan Morrow Samuel Cangemi James & Aimee Kinney In Honor of Cy & Case Stewart Kelly Hines & Dale Kuehn James & Christina Gurke David & Lisa Goldberg David & Karen Carratt Louis Klusmeyer John Swanson Donna Howard & Dina Stoianova City of Seattle Bender Family Trust Neal & Danielle Holland Rod & Renee Gowdy C.J. & Teresa Casson Fred & Wendy Koontz John Sykes Ajna & Victoria Hoyt $350,000 and above Ivar’s Restaurants & Seafood Bars Kai & Asher Bergman Robert & Allison Grayson Barry & Chouyaw Chen Christopher & Kerry Kozlowski Philip & Dawn Takeuchi Carol Jackson James & Leslie Kerr Lora Brown Duncan Haas & Birgit Walbaum Andrew Clapham Lawrence Kuracina & Lloyd & Theresa Tamura Dwayne & Kimberly Jones The Norcliffe Foundation Ken & Amy Collins Heidi Houghton Nordstrom Patricia Hall Rex & JoAnn Clark Duncan & Elizabeth Thieme Nikki Joyner $250,000–$349,999 Edward & Susan Palmer Ford Davidson John Hogan Clausen Law Firm, PLLC Richard & Raquel Lackey Sarah Tompkins & Bryan Ruttkay Patrick Kennedy William & Brooke Einstein Linda & Ted Johnson Safeco Insurance Jose & Carmen Esparza Chris Holloway Mark Clausen Michael & Mary Lee Richard Tschetter James Kirchhoffer Janice Lengenfelder Randy & Ellen Tinseth Renee Hopkins Kim Ackerley Cleworth & Nicolai & Jeanny Vinogradov Jodi Kunz M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Jan Forbes Bender & Robert Bender Peter Cleworth Martin Lijanto Satterberg Foundation Ken Johnsen David & Sarah Warner Christa & Robert Lafayette $100,000–$249,999 Dennis Forsyth & Elaine Spencer John & Patricia Coffey Brock & Karin Loen Snoqualmie Tribe David & Deborah Grant Michael Koppel Martin Connor Michael & Nicolette Warner Monica Lake & Ngon Kim Pham The Ginger & Barry Ackerley William & Susan Vititoe J. Brian Hill Alden & Meghan Kroll Copacino + Fujikado Carolyn Madsen & Eugene Duvernoy Richard Williams Darcie Larson Melissa Mager & Richard Butler Foundation H.S. Wright III & Kate Janeway Gary & Marcia Lagerloef Ann Wilson Sarah Lipnik C. Keith Birkenfeld Memorial Trust Martha Wyckoff & Jerry Tone Douglas & Susan Jewett C. Alan Maxey & Sabrina Ford Ana Corado Bernard Mansavage Kyle Winslow Laura Lockard Grousemont Foundation Anonymous Vernon & Vera Johnson Joy Okazaki & Mike Johnson Priscilla Corielle Andrew & Tiffany Mark Charlotte Wollheim Vivian MacKay Scott & Shirley Kimmel Cornerstone Advisors, Inc. Karissa Marker Dennis & Krista Marceron $50,000–$99,999 $5,000–$9,999 Brian & Diane Langstraat Mark & Andria Pinkowski Christie & Logan Cotterill Paul Martini & Seanna Browder Conrad Wouters & Glenna Olson David Pollock Ann Yoo Michelle Mauro Joshua Green Foundation Tom Alberg & Judi Beck Erin & Tyler Letey Pyramid Communications Rebekah Crowley Charles & Jan Mayes Rick Zieve & Kelly Van Gelder Linda Maxson D.V. and Ida J. McEachern Charitable Don & Carol Audleman Mortenson Construction Douglass & Katherine Raff Charles & Julia Cutting Keith McClintock Suzanne & Robert Zonneveld Joshua Menne Trust James & Lisa Nordstrom In Memory Of Margaret Dam Joely Meighan Mary L. Bass Daniel Ryder Anonymous (47) John Meyer John Deininger & Carol-Ann O’Mack Jim & Gaye Pigott Jennifer Deans Lori Montoya & Sam Houghtaling Dianne Bell William Savoy $1–$99 Jennifer Minich $25,000–$49,999 Kevin & Katy Blair Puget Sound Energy Stuart & Mary Silk Mike DeLeo & Jodi McDougall Bill Moore Katy & Li-Hua Moretz The Boeing Company Seattle Mariners Veronica Smolen Dino & Carin DeVita Susan Morrow & Stanley Gent Nancy Adams Philip S. Morse & Sarah Terkildsen The Baty Family John Braden & Kristin Johnsen Gary Smith & Karen Smith Ekblad David Dicks & Antonia Jindrich Jordan Niles Greg Ambrose Susan Mueller Dan Guy III & Wendy Ershig-Guy Frank & Linda Springmann Ethan Stiles & Yumi Huh Nataleah Dietzmann Gregory Noel & Heather Spence Linda Breneman & Eric Strand Turner Construction Company In Honor of Bunnie Bailey Donna Naruo & Rachel Fleischman John C. & Karyl Kay Hughes Alex & Courtney Tucker Patrick Doody Jeff Norris Beata Baker Foundation John & Adrienne Brown Peter & Shannon van Oppen University Mechanical John & Laura Dresel Northern Trust Bank of Seattle Shari Okada Jones Family Foundation Robert & Molly Davidson Verizon Foundation Contractors, Inc. Edge Concrete Specialty Services Christopher & Christina O’Claire Reid Bakkar & family Paul & Tiina Oker Pavel & Yelena Kadach Bob & Lisa Donegan Washington Trust Bank Randolph Urmston & Robert Edwards Ross Ondersma Marjorie Balsham & Gary MacIver Stacy Osmond Eliza Davidson Ana Bella Kipman and parents Susan Gates & Jack Paauw Sally & David Wright John & Marilyn Warner Tawn Endres Mary Orvis Gayle Bellows & David Teel Louise Pathe Aaron & Stephanie Kornblum Hamilton & Nancy Harris Anonymous (2) Russell Young James & Cathy England Megan Owen Rodger & Karla Benson Dan & Kathryn Pecha Keith & Mary Kay McCaw Holland America Line, Inc. Anonymous (4) Mark Blitzer Shana Pennington-Baird & Family Foundation Martha Kongsgaard & Peter Goldman $500–$999 Cecilia & Andrew Erickson Virginia Park & Betsy Johnson Randolph & Harvey Bopp Benjamin Baird Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Karen Koon & Brad Edwards $100–$499 Expedia, Inc. Michael & Elise Piraino Annette Bowen Katie Phelps Glen & Alison Milliman Mark & Kimberly Kramer Diane Adams & Krista Ayers F5 Networks, Inc. Andra Pletz Pamela Cardone Meredith & Frank Radella Doug Alder & Eric Middleton 206inc Sally Fisher Andrew & Dinah Prather Pamela Reaville & Ethan Mutoli Steven & Angie Moore Katherine Krogslund Alexandra Chalk Wendy Alexander & Randy Ogata William & Michelle Armour Mr. & Mrs. John Flower Llewelyn & Jonie Pritchard Natalie Ross Sujal & Meera Patel Lisa & Ron Luther Laura Austin Jennifer Coffin Peach Foundation Greg Massey & Omid Ighani AnM Facility Services Pamela Baade Stephen Forman Robert Reller Gabriella Crooks & John Clarke Miriam & Eric Ruthford Stuart & Lee Rolfe J. Terry & Kathleen McLaughlin David & Scotta Ashcraft Jordan Gaynes Mario & Elizabeth Ribera Edward & Peter D’Agostino Darrell Sanders Doug & Linda Barnes Laura A. Bachman In Honor of Jordan Gaynes Robert Richardson Yes & Allie Serious Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Scheumann Jeff & Phyllis Nomura Brian Dague Dorothy Bayley Thatcher Bailey & Phil Kovacevich Julie & Nedim Genjac Ron & Susan Runyon Arthur & Alice Siegal The Seattle Foundation Greg & Barbara Owens William Bannecker Michael & Lisa De Luca David & Maryanne Tagney Jones Sharon Philpott & Stephen Finn Cory & Katherine Bergman Douglas Barker & Elizabeth Sicktich Chris Glasgow Robin Russell Paul & Sandra Dehmer Amanda Simantov Scott Trethewey Robert Power & Michelle Raymond Miguel & Jacklyn Bezos Michael & Lucy Glenn Preston Sargent Judith Donovan Audrey Spaeth Janet Boguch/Non-Profit Works Steve & Stella Bass Dan & Wendy Gottesman Erik & Debra Sather Sripresanna Sriram Doug & Maggie Walker William & Jill Ruckelshaus Amanda Drewniak William Bryant II & Barbara Feasey Dennus Baum & Denise Kraft Ronald Gregush & Michael & Joanne Sato Penelope St. John Ann P. Wyckoff Janet & Bob Rudolph David & Diane Beck Erica Brandling-Bennett James Edwards Wyman Youth Trust Seattle Seahawks Howard & Kay Burton Brian Saunders Michael Edwards Jay & Kimberly Steffensmeier Michelle Buzzoni Traci Belting & Gary Maples Denise & James Griffing David Schaefer & Patricia Moriarty Gail Swedish Anonymous Gary & Ann Smith Cecyl Fabano Copper River Consulting Peter & Margaret Bentley Matthew & Kathryn Griffith Ann Schnitz Jennifer Tenlen $10,000–$24,999 Seattle Sounders FC John Creighton III & Katrina Bettis Robert & Pamela Guinn Jeanne Fulcher Todd & Amy Sprangers Hannelore Daniel Jamie Gunn Casey & Allison Schuchart Timothy Gacula Sarah Terkildsen Amazon.com, Inc Union Bank Wright & Sandy Dickinson Carl & Carol Binder Greg & Linda Harris Seattle Steam Company Jenny Glatt George & Tamsyn Theo Harrell & Gini Beck Alex & Erika Washburn Don & Patti Dill BIOS, LLC Brandon & Sue Sewell Dave Glenn Jen Uhrich John C. Blackman Thomas & NanC Weiland Paul Donohue Claire Bishop Leah Hausman Laurence Shapero & Sarah Thomas Leslie Gouker Tyler Urbigkit Bob & Christy Hentges Robert & Sara Blair George & Colleen Willoughby Buck & Mary Ferguson Andrew & Lillian Bleiman Mark & Joni Herwick Matthew & Jaimie Shea Lisa Graumlich & Linda Simonsen Jim & Cherie Williams T. Bradford & Lesley Canfield Paul Wyckoff Howard & Carolyn Ferguson Terri Boehm Seattle University Athletics David & Erika Sigmon Terence & Anke Gray Annie & Janet Worcester D.A. Davidson & Co. Susan Wyckoff Susan Fitzgerald Axel W. Brems Yara Silva Tiffany Green Desiree Yuzawa Craig Davison & Glenn Maarse David & Madeleine Brenner W. Scott Horner Ron and Barb Sim Christina Hannan & Anonymous (66) Carmen Jacobs SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 6 7 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

HARBOR SEAL Timothy Brown Ted & Kris Johnson Annie Spalding Thomas Winston Dustin & Kristi Brumbaugh William & Sandy Justen Amy Sparks Margarite Hargrave CAPITAL PROJECT DONORS Susan Bullerdick James & Julie Keller Heather Spence & Gregory Noel Steven Harris & Patricia Zaknich Katie Hart & Joming Lau The Bullitt Foundation Starbucks Coffee Company William & Marie Kent Steve Camasi KeyBank Carlyn Steiner Caroline Hempstead Robert & Ann Campbell Dmitry Khvol Eric & Samantha Steinwinder Andree Herbert $3,500,000 Katharyn Alvord Gerlich $1,000–$4,999 Stanley Gent & Susan Morrow Samuel Cangemi James & Aimee Kinney In Honor of Cy & Case Stewart Kelly Hines & Dale Kuehn James & Christina Gurke David & Lisa Goldberg David & Karen Carratt Louis Klusmeyer John Swanson Donna Howard & Dina Stoianova City of Seattle Bender Family Trust Neal & Danielle Holland Rod & Renee Gowdy C.J. & Teresa Casson Fred & Wendy Koontz John Sykes Ajna & Victoria Hoyt $350,000 and above Ivar’s Restaurants & Seafood Bars Kai & Asher Bergman Robert & Allison Grayson Barry & Chouyaw Chen Christopher & Kerry Kozlowski Philip & Dawn Takeuchi Carol Jackson James & Leslie Kerr Lora Brown Duncan Haas & Birgit Walbaum Andrew Clapham Lawrence Kuracina & Lloyd & Theresa Tamura Dwayne & Kimberly Jones The Norcliffe Foundation Ken & Amy Collins Heidi Houghton Nordstrom Patricia Hall Rex & JoAnn Clark Duncan & Elizabeth Thieme Nikki Joyner $250,000–$349,999 Edward & Susan Palmer Ford Davidson John Hogan Clausen Law Firm, PLLC Richard & Raquel Lackey Sarah Tompkins & Bryan Ruttkay Patrick Kennedy William & Brooke Einstein Linda & Ted Johnson Safeco Insurance Jose & Carmen Esparza Chris Holloway Mark Clausen Michael & Mary Lee Richard Tschetter James Kirchhoffer Janice Lengenfelder Randy & Ellen Tinseth Renee Hopkins Kim Ackerley Cleworth & Nicolai & Jeanny Vinogradov Jodi Kunz M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Jan Forbes Bender & Robert Bender Peter Cleworth Martin Lijanto Satterberg Foundation Ken Johnsen David & Sarah Warner Christa & Robert Lafayette $100,000–$249,999 Dennis Forsyth & Elaine Spencer John & Patricia Coffey Brock & Karin Loen Snoqualmie Tribe David & Deborah Grant Michael Koppel Martin Connor Michael & Nicolette Warner Monica Lake & Ngon Kim Pham The Ginger & Barry Ackerley William & Susan Vititoe J. Brian Hill Alden & Meghan Kroll Copacino + Fujikado Carolyn Madsen & Eugene Duvernoy Richard Williams Darcie Larson Melissa Mager & Richard Butler Foundation H.S. Wright III & Kate Janeway Gary & Marcia Lagerloef Ann Wilson Sarah Lipnik C. Keith Birkenfeld Memorial Trust Martha Wyckoff & Jerry Tone Douglas & Susan Jewett C. Alan Maxey & Sabrina Ford Ana Corado Bernard Mansavage Kyle Winslow Laura Lockard Grousemont Foundation Anonymous Vernon & Vera Johnson Joy Okazaki & Mike Johnson Priscilla Corielle Andrew & Tiffany Mark Charlotte Wollheim Vivian MacKay Scott & Shirley Kimmel Cornerstone Advisors, Inc. Karissa Marker Dennis & Krista Marceron $50,000–$99,999 $5,000–$9,999 Brian & Diane Langstraat Mark & Andria Pinkowski Christie & Logan Cotterill Paul Martini & Seanna Browder Conrad Wouters & Glenna Olson David Pollock Ann Yoo Michelle Mauro Joshua Green Foundation Tom Alberg & Judi Beck Erin & Tyler Letey Pyramid Communications Rebekah Crowley Charles & Jan Mayes Rick Zieve & Kelly Van Gelder Linda Maxson D.V. and Ida J. McEachern Charitable Don & Carol Audleman Mortenson Construction Douglass & Katherine Raff Charles & Julia Cutting Keith McClintock Suzanne & Robert Zonneveld Joshua Menne Trust James & Lisa Nordstrom In Memory Of Margaret Dam Joely Meighan Mary L. Bass Daniel Ryder Anonymous (47) John Meyer John Deininger & Carol-Ann O’Mack Jim & Gaye Pigott Jennifer Deans Lori Montoya & Sam Houghtaling Dianne Bell William Savoy $1–$99 Jennifer Minich $25,000–$49,999 Kevin & Katy Blair Puget Sound Energy Stuart & Mary Silk Mike DeLeo & Jodi McDougall Bill Moore Katy & Li-Hua Moretz The Boeing Company Seattle Mariners Veronica Smolen Dino & Carin DeVita Susan Morrow & Stanley Gent Nancy Adams Philip S. Morse & Sarah Terkildsen The Baty Family John Braden & Kristin Johnsen Gary Smith & Karen Smith Ekblad David Dicks & Antonia Jindrich Jordan Niles Greg Ambrose Susan Mueller Dan Guy III & Wendy Ershig-Guy Frank & Linda Springmann Ethan Stiles & Yumi Huh Nataleah Dietzmann Gregory Noel & Heather Spence Linda Breneman & Eric Strand Turner Construction Company In Honor of Bunnie Bailey Donna Naruo & Rachel Fleischman John C. & Karyl Kay Hughes Alex & Courtney Tucker Patrick Doody Jeff Norris Beata Baker Foundation John & Adrienne Brown Peter & Shannon van Oppen University Mechanical John & Laura Dresel Northern Trust Bank of Seattle Shari Okada Jones Family Foundation Robert & Molly Davidson Verizon Foundation Contractors, Inc. Edge Concrete Specialty Services Christopher & Christina O’Claire Reid Bakkar & family Paul & Tiina Oker Pavel & Yelena Kadach Bob & Lisa Donegan Washington Trust Bank Randolph Urmston & Robert Edwards Ross Ondersma Marjorie Balsham & Gary MacIver Stacy Osmond Eliza Davidson Ana Bella Kipman and parents Susan Gates & Jack Paauw Sally & David Wright John & Marilyn Warner Tawn Endres Mary Orvis Gayle Bellows & David Teel Louise Pathe Aaron & Stephanie Kornblum Hamilton & Nancy Harris Anonymous (2) Russell Young James & Cathy England Megan Owen Rodger & Karla Benson Dan & Kathryn Pecha Keith & Mary Kay McCaw Holland America Line, Inc. Anonymous (4) Mark Blitzer Shana Pennington-Baird & Family Foundation Martha Kongsgaard & Peter Goldman $500–$999 Cecilia & Andrew Erickson Virginia Park & Betsy Johnson Randolph & Harvey Bopp Benjamin Baird Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Karen Koon & Brad Edwards $100–$499 Expedia, Inc. Michael & Elise Piraino Annette Bowen Katie Phelps Glen & Alison Milliman Mark & Kimberly Kramer Diane Adams & Krista Ayers F5 Networks, Inc. Andra Pletz Pamela Cardone Meredith & Frank Radella Doug Alder & Eric Middleton 206inc Sally Fisher Andrew & Dinah Prather Pamela Reaville & Ethan Mutoli Steven & Angie Moore Katherine Krogslund Alexandra Chalk Wendy Alexander & Randy Ogata William & Michelle Armour Mr. & Mrs. John Flower Llewelyn & Jonie Pritchard Natalie Ross Sujal & Meera Patel Lisa & Ron Luther Laura Austin Jennifer Coffin Peach Foundation Greg Massey & Omid Ighani AnM Facility Services Pamela Baade Stephen Forman Robert Reller Gabriella Crooks & John Clarke Miriam & Eric Ruthford Stuart & Lee Rolfe J. Terry & Kathleen McLaughlin David & Scotta Ashcraft Jordan Gaynes Mario & Elizabeth Ribera Edward & Peter D’Agostino Darrell Sanders Doug & Linda Barnes Laura A. Bachman In Honor of Jordan Gaynes Robert Richardson Yes & Allie Serious Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Scheumann Jeff & Phyllis Nomura Brian Dague Dorothy Bayley Thatcher Bailey & Phil Kovacevich Julie & Nedim Genjac Ron & Susan Runyon Arthur & Alice Siegal The Seattle Foundation Greg & Barbara Owens William Bannecker Michael & Lisa De Luca David & Maryanne Tagney Jones Sharon Philpott & Stephen Finn Cory & Katherine Bergman Douglas Barker & Elizabeth Sicktich Chris Glasgow Robin Russell Paul & Sandra Dehmer Amanda Simantov Scott Trethewey Robert Power & Michelle Raymond Miguel & Jacklyn Bezos Michael & Lucy Glenn Preston Sargent Judith Donovan Audrey Spaeth Janet Boguch/Non-Profit Works Steve & Stella Bass Dan & Wendy Gottesman Erik & Debra Sather Sripresanna Sriram Doug & Maggie Walker William & Jill Ruckelshaus Amanda Drewniak William Bryant II & Barbara Feasey Dennus Baum & Denise Kraft Ronald Gregush & Michael & Joanne Sato Penelope St. John Ann P. Wyckoff Janet & Bob Rudolph David & Diane Beck Erica Brandling-Bennett James Edwards Wyman Youth Trust Seattle Seahawks Howard & Kay Burton Brian Saunders Michael Edwards Jay & Kimberly Steffensmeier Michelle Buzzoni Traci Belting & Gary Maples Denise & James Griffing David Schaefer & Patricia Moriarty Gail Swedish Anonymous Gary & Ann Smith Cecyl Fabano Copper River Consulting Peter & Margaret Bentley Matthew & Kathryn Griffith Ann Schnitz Jennifer Tenlen $10,000–$24,999 Seattle Sounders FC John Creighton III & Katrina Bettis Robert & Pamela Guinn Jeanne Fulcher Todd & Amy Sprangers Hannelore Daniel Jamie Gunn Casey & Allison Schuchart Timothy Gacula Sarah Terkildsen Amazon.com, Inc Union Bank Wright & Sandy Dickinson Carl & Carol Binder Greg & Linda Harris Seattle Steam Company Jenny Glatt George & Tamsyn Theo Harrell & Gini Beck Alex & Erika Washburn Don & Patti Dill BIOS, LLC Brandon & Sue Sewell Dave Glenn Jen Uhrich John C. Blackman Thomas & NanC Weiland Paul Donohue Claire Bishop Leah Hausman Laurence Shapero & Sarah Thomas Leslie Gouker Tyler Urbigkit Bob & Christy Hentges Robert & Sara Blair George & Colleen Willoughby Buck & Mary Ferguson Andrew & Lillian Bleiman Mark & Joni Herwick Matthew & Jaimie Shea Lisa Graumlich & Linda Simonsen Jim & Cherie Williams T. Bradford & Lesley Canfield Paul Wyckoff Howard & Carolyn Ferguson Terri Boehm Seattle University Athletics David & Erika Sigmon Terence & Anke Gray Annie & Janet Worcester D.A. Davidson & Co. Susan Wyckoff Susan Fitzgerald Axel W. Brems Yara Silva Tiffany Green Desiree Yuzawa Craig Davison & Glenn Maarse David & Madeleine Brenner W. Scott Horner Ron and Barb Sim Christina Hannan & Anonymous (66) Carmen Jacobs SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 6 7 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY SEATTLE AQUARIUM AZA ACCREDITATION RENEWED 2013 Seattle Aquarium After submitting a lengthy application for accreditation The Seattle Aquarium has by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA) in late been accredited by the animal husbandry 2012, the Aquarium completed the accreditation process AZA since the early 1980s but must re-apply every in early 2013 with site visits by an inspection team five years to stay current. “It’s more challenging every highlights and an appearance hearing before the organization’s time,” noted Director of Life Sciences C.J. Casson in accreditation commission. the midst of the application process. “As the bar keeps • Received donations of live corals The AZA, a nonprofit organization founded in 1924, getting raised, we too improve our programs of animal that had been confiscated by the is dedicated to the advancement of care, safety, conservation research, RATFISH REARING MILESTONE U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife. zoos and aquariums in the areas of and customer service.” • Accepted and placed on exhibit a conservation, education, science and “It’s more challenging The Aquarium’s efforts were rewarded The Seattle Aquarium hatched a captive-bred ratfish in 2013, resulting in rehabilitated black-bellied plover. recreation. AZA accreditation indicates every time,” noted in April of 2013, when the commission a longevity record for the captive propagation of this species. • Planned and implemented local official recognition and approval of a Director of Life Sciences voted to grant formal accreditation Spotted ratfish, Hydrolagus colliei, are cartilaginous fishes (meaning their and tropical collecting and animal zoo or aquarium by a group of experts; C.J. Casson in the midst of the to the institution through 2018. “This skeletons are composed of cartilage) related to sharks, rays, and skates. acquisitions. it is the gold standard for organizations vote, coupled with the highly favorable Little is known about the early years of this species because, in the wild, • Increased the Seattle Aquarium such as ours. Accreditation has many application process. “As the findings of the inspection team, they hatch 200–300 feet below the surface. veterinary position to full-time and benefits beyond recognition: it also bar keeps getting raised, we represents a strong endorsement Notes Director of Life Sciences C.J. Casson, “This was a significant milestone developed a more comprehensive provides access to a network of too improve our programs of the Aquarium’s fidelity to AZA in the captive rearing community. Many skates and rays are reared in veterinary program. professionals who share the latest of animal care, safety, professional standards in conservation, captivity and serve as educational ambassadors at institutions across the • Worked with a variety of outside information on what’s happening in conservation research, and education, animal husbandry, research country with little to no impact on the environment. Continuing these veterinarians to build a team of the wild, in the industry, and in facilities and visitor and community impact,” efforts will help the Aquarium move closer to being able to display our local specialists to offer assistance to across the country for the benefit of customer service.” said President & CEO Robert W. ratfish in a similar way.” He adds, “We were excited to learn more about this Aquarium animals. all members. Davidson. animal’s developmental stages so we can accurately interpret its natural • Provided veterinary medical history to our guests and add to the scientific understanding of this species.” assistance for a large research project to assess the declining and endangered population of Steller sea lions in the western Aleutian CONSERVATION IN THE WILD: Islands by the National Marine PARTNERING TO PROTECT GIANT PACIFIC OCTOPUSES IN PUGET SOUND Mammal Laboratory and NOAA. • Maintained six leadership positions The harvest of a giant Pacific octopus (GPO) at a popular public workshop; Aquarium biologists Tim Carpenter in AZA or like-minded conservation dive spot in West Seattle sparked much discussion across and Kathryn Kegel shared research about the species organizations. the Puget Sound region and in the dive community developed by Aquarium staff as well. worldwide in late 2012 and early 2013. Many were In August, the WDFW Commission extended protections surprised that recreational harvesting of GPOs was for giant Pacific octopuses in Puget Sound by prohibiting legal; in fact, regulations stated that anyone with a valid the recreational harvest of the species at seven popular fishing license could take one per day from most areas diving sites in locations from Whidbey Island to Tacoma. of the Sound. Combined, the sites amount to over 1,300 acres of In response, the Aquarium agreed with State agencies subtidal waters and represent a 65 percent increase in that it was time to review GPO management options. nearshore marine protected areas. The effort to determine the best management approach Giant Pacific octopuses are the largest species of octopus was led by the State of Washington; partners included in the world. While they’re found along the U.S. coastline the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife from California to Alaska, the Sound’s shallower waters (WDFW), the state Department of Natural Resources, allow them to be seen more easily by divers. Giant Pacific the Seattle Aquarium and other community entities. octopuses are one of the main diving attractions in the Seattle Aquarium Conservation Manager Mark Plunkett Sound. Preserving their populations at popular dive sites served on a 12-person advisory group for six months to helps ensure that people can continue to closely observe provide input to the WDFW Commission. The Aquarium and appreciate them for years to come. served as a host for advisory group meetings and a SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 8 9 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY SEATTLE AQUARIUM AZA ACCREDITATION RENEWED 2013 Seattle Aquarium After submitting a lengthy application for accreditation The Seattle Aquarium has by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA) in late been accredited by the animal husbandry 2012, the Aquarium completed the accreditation process AZA since the early 1980s but must re-apply every in early 2013 with site visits by an inspection team five years to stay current. “It’s more challenging every highlights and an appearance hearing before the organization’s time,” noted Director of Life Sciences C.J. Casson in accreditation commission. the midst of the application process. “As the bar keeps • Received donations of live corals The AZA, a nonprofit organization founded in 1924, getting raised, we too improve our programs of animal that had been confiscated by the is dedicated to the advancement of care, safety, conservation research, RATFISH REARING MILESTONE U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife. zoos and aquariums in the areas of and customer service.” • Accepted and placed on exhibit a conservation, education, science and “It’s more challenging The Aquarium’s efforts were rewarded The Seattle Aquarium hatched a captive-bred ratfish in 2013, resulting in rehabilitated black-bellied plover. recreation. AZA accreditation indicates every time,” noted in April of 2013, when the commission a longevity record for the captive propagation of this species. • Planned and implemented local official recognition and approval of a Director of Life Sciences voted to grant formal accreditation Spotted ratfish, Hydrolagus colliei, are cartilaginous fishes (meaning their and tropical collecting and animal zoo or aquarium by a group of experts; C.J. Casson in the midst of the to the institution through 2018. “This skeletons are composed of cartilage) related to sharks, rays, and skates. acquisitions. it is the gold standard for organizations vote, coupled with the highly favorable Little is known about the early years of this species because, in the wild, • Increased the Seattle Aquarium such as ours. Accreditation has many application process. “As the findings of the inspection team, they hatch 200–300 feet below the surface. veterinary position to full-time and benefits beyond recognition: it also bar keeps getting raised, we represents a strong endorsement Notes Director of Life Sciences C.J. Casson, “This was a significant milestone developed a more comprehensive provides access to a network of too improve our programs of the Aquarium’s fidelity to AZA in the captive rearing community. Many skates and rays are reared in veterinary program. professionals who share the latest of animal care, safety, professional standards in conservation, captivity and serve as educational ambassadors at institutions across the • Worked with a variety of outside information on what’s happening in conservation research, and education, animal husbandry, research country with little to no impact on the environment. Continuing these veterinarians to build a team of the wild, in the industry, and in facilities and visitor and community impact,” efforts will help the Aquarium move closer to being able to display our local specialists to offer assistance to across the country for the benefit of customer service.” said President & CEO Robert W. ratfish in a similar way.” He adds, “We were excited to learn more about this Aquarium animals. all members. Davidson. animal’s developmental stages so we can accurately interpret its natural • Provided veterinary medical history to our guests and add to the scientific understanding of this species.” assistance for a large research project to assess the declining and endangered population of Steller sea lions in the western Aleutian CONSERVATION IN THE WILD: Islands by the National Marine PARTNERING TO PROTECT GIANT PACIFIC OCTOPUSES IN PUGET SOUND Mammal Laboratory and NOAA. • Maintained six leadership positions The harvest of a giant Pacific octopus (GPO) at a popular public workshop; Aquarium biologists Tim Carpenter in AZA or like-minded conservation dive spot in West Seattle sparked much discussion across and Kathryn Kegel shared research about the species organizations. the Puget Sound region and in the dive community developed by Aquarium staff as well. worldwide in late 2012 and early 2013. Many were In August, the WDFW Commission extended protections surprised that recreational harvesting of GPOs was for giant Pacific octopuses in Puget Sound by prohibiting legal; in fact, regulations stated that anyone with a valid the recreational harvest of the species at seven popular fishing license could take one per day from most areas diving sites in locations from Whidbey Island to Tacoma. of the Sound. Combined, the sites amount to over 1,300 acres of In response, the Aquarium agreed with State agencies subtidal waters and represent a 65 percent increase in that it was time to review GPO management options. nearshore marine protected areas. The effort to determine the best management approach Giant Pacific octopuses are the largest species of octopus was led by the State of Washington; partners included in the world. While they’re found along the U.S. coastline the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife from California to Alaska, the Sound’s shallower waters (WDFW), the state Department of Natural Resources, allow them to be seen more easily by divers. Giant Pacific the Seattle Aquarium and other community entities. octopuses are one of the main diving attractions in the Seattle Aquarium Conservation Manager Mark Plunkett Sound. Preserving their populations at popular dive sites served on a 12-person advisory group for six months to helps ensure that people can continue to closely observe provide input to the WDFW Commission. The Aquarium and appreciate them for years to come. served as a host for advisory group meetings and a SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 8 9 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

EDUCATION & CONSERVATION 2013 Seattle Aquarium education and conservation highlights SOLAR ELECTRICITY COMES TO THE AQUARIUM COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: AN AQUARIUM FOR ALL In partnership with Seattle City Light, the The Aquarium made strides throughout 2013 in providing an improved • Served over 40,000 school students. Seattle Aquarium completed installation of experience for all guests with a new community engagement initiative • Reached a record 52,266 people a 49-kilowatt-hour photovoltaic array on the focused on creating opportunities for traditionally underserved populations with public contacts via our Beach roof of Pier 59 in the summer of 2013. The array to connect with the Aquarium. Naturalist program; and over 8,700 became operational in December. through the Cedar River Salmon The Aquarium’s community ticket program, which provides over 30,000 free Journey program. The Seattle Aquarium is among approximately admission tickets each year to nonprofits that work with low income and a dozen U.S. zoos and aquariums that are special needs communities, served as a wellspring of ideas for the initiative. • Provided free Aquarium access adopting solar power. At 247 panels, our array Aquarium staff met with organizations that distribute the tickets to get to 10,000 students with free transportation and admission for is one of the largest in country. “Reducing feedback on how to best serve the recipients. Requests included bringing new underserved students. carbon emissions is the most important thing Aquarium programs to the organizations, as well as offering tours in different we can do to mitigate the effects of climate languages within the Aquarium. • Distributed 37,000 free Aquarium admission tickets to underserved change, and the Aquarium aims to do its As a result, the Aquarium began piloting new programs off-site and offering communities. part,” comments the Aquarium’s Director of tour guides and translators for its community ticket partners. Also tested were Conservation & Education Jim Wharton. “Using ASL-interpreted tours, sighted guides for blind and visually impaired visitors, • Developed interpretive and clean, green energy supports healthy marine and language translators for groups of 10 or more. education experiences for guests at over 15 special daytime events ecosystems by reducing our carbon footprint. created to increase visitation. It also supports one of our key messages: that people are bill credits correlated to the electricity generated by working together to preserve Puget Sound through both the project. All 1,850 units sold in six weeks. A small individual actions and community initiatives.” portion of the system is funded by City Light’s “Green OPEN HOUSE WELCOMES NEW AUDIENCES Up” program that provides direct usage of the electricity Most of the panels produce electricity for City Light’s for the Aquarium. In 2020, when the Community Solar In November, the Aquarium hosted its Open House event, an evolution of the Family Night that had been held since “Community Solar” participants. In the fall of 2013, City program ends, the Aquarium will receive 100 percent of 2005 in partnership with the Environmental Science Center in Burien. The activity-filled evening event was designed Light customers were offered the chance to pay for the electricity generated. to welcome and introduce the Seattle Aquarium to families living in south King County and Seattle who may not know units in the array in exchange for seven years of annual about the Aquarium or see it as a place to visit. Invitations were distributed via selected members of the Aquarium’s Community Ticket program as well as the Environmental Science Center’s community partners. Over 800 people attended the event, including community partner staff and volunteers. Fifteen languages were spoken ENGAGING YOUTH IN OUR MISSION by the guests, nearly 50 percent of whom had never been VIA THE “CREATIVITY INSPIRING to the Aquarium prior to the event. Over 60 volunteers CONSERVATION” PROGRAM facilitated activities and offered translation of 15 different languages. To help guests navigate the Aquarium and the In August of 2013, a group of ambitious high school 17 activities offered, materials and signs were available in students completed the inaugural session of the six languages. Each of the evening’s talks was presented Aquarium’s Creativity Inspiring Conservation program, in English and Spanish—the two most commonly spoken which aims to empower youth to create awareness of languages at the event. environmental topics through artistic media including sculpture, videography, collage/mixed media, creative writing, screen printing, digital photography, drawing TECHNOLOGY INOVATION ATTRACTS MEDIA ATTENTION and acrylic painting. Miguel Monserate, Shells and Cans, acrylic painting, 2013 After success in engaging far-flung students with our mission via the Google+ “Hangout” platform in 2012, the Once accepted to the program, the youth artists were we feel and think about a subject. By teaching young Aquarium continued those efforts in 2013—and was rewarded with a cover story in BizTech magazine. educated by environmental experts and mentored by artists about conservation issues and providing them professional artists as they participated in a series of professional mentorship, the Creativity Inspiring The story focused on the Aquarium’s use of WiFi to further its mission across a variety of applications. Deployed classes over a period of three weeks. The finished art Conservation program works to help young artists find across our entire facility in 2011, WiFi allows us to use technology—such as iPads, Google+ and, eventually, wireless pieces were displayed at an evening reception at the their voices as advocates for the ocean,” notes Youth cams—to enhance the experience for visitors while they’re in our facility, as well as virtually. “Wireless lets us continue Aquarium. Participation in the program was free to Engagement Coordinator Dave Glenn. “Programs like this the Aquarium experience online, and even reach people who haven’t visited us yet,” notes Web and Social Media students and all materials were provided. Coordinator Pam Lamon. She continues, “It provides the infrastructure we need to expand our use of technology and show that nearly anyone can use their time, talent and opens up a lot of possibilities. We want to be ranked as a world-class aquarium and a leader in technology. The BizTech “Artists have an incredible potential to influence how energy to make a difference for our ocean.” article helps position us that way and also has the potential to help us reach a larger audience than ever before.” SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 10 11 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

EDUCATION & CONSERVATION 2013 Seattle Aquarium education and conservation highlights SOLAR ELECTRICITY COMES TO THE AQUARIUM COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: AN AQUARIUM FOR ALL In partnership with Seattle City Light, the The Aquarium made strides throughout 2013 in providing an improved • Served over 40,000 school students. Seattle Aquarium completed installation of experience for all guests with a new community engagement initiative • Reached a record 52,266 people a 49-kilowatt-hour photovoltaic array on the focused on creating opportunities for traditionally underserved populations with public contacts via our Beach roof of Pier 59 in the summer of 2013. The array to connect with the Aquarium. Naturalist program; and over 8,700 became operational in December. through the Cedar River Salmon The Aquarium’s community ticket program, which provides over 30,000 free Journey program. The Seattle Aquarium is among approximately admission tickets each year to nonprofits that work with low income and a dozen U.S. zoos and aquariums that are special needs communities, served as a wellspring of ideas for the initiative. • Provided free Aquarium access adopting solar power. At 247 panels, our array Aquarium staff met with organizations that distribute the tickets to get to 10,000 students with free transportation and admission for is one of the largest in country. “Reducing feedback on how to best serve the recipients. Requests included bringing new underserved students. carbon emissions is the most important thing Aquarium programs to the organizations, as well as offering tours in different we can do to mitigate the effects of climate languages within the Aquarium. • Distributed 37,000 free Aquarium admission tickets to underserved change, and the Aquarium aims to do its As a result, the Aquarium began piloting new programs off-site and offering communities. part,” comments the Aquarium’s Director of tour guides and translators for its community ticket partners. Also tested were Conservation & Education Jim Wharton. “Using ASL-interpreted tours, sighted guides for blind and visually impaired visitors, • Developed interpretive and clean, green energy supports healthy marine and language translators for groups of 10 or more. education experiences for guests at over 15 special daytime events ecosystems by reducing our carbon footprint. created to increase visitation. It also supports one of our key messages: that people are bill credits correlated to the electricity generated by working together to preserve Puget Sound through both the project. All 1,850 units sold in six weeks. A small individual actions and community initiatives.” portion of the system is funded by City Light’s “Green OPEN HOUSE WELCOMES NEW AUDIENCES Up” program that provides direct usage of the electricity Most of the panels produce electricity for City Light’s for the Aquarium. In 2020, when the Community Solar In November, the Aquarium hosted its Open House event, an evolution of the Family Night that had been held since “Community Solar” participants. In the fall of 2013, City program ends, the Aquarium will receive 100 percent of 2005 in partnership with the Environmental Science Center in Burien. The activity-filled evening event was designed Light customers were offered the chance to pay for the electricity generated. to welcome and introduce the Seattle Aquarium to families living in south King County and Seattle who may not know units in the array in exchange for seven years of annual about the Aquarium or see it as a place to visit. Invitations were distributed via selected members of the Aquarium’s Community Ticket program as well as the Environmental Science Center’s community partners. Over 800 people attended the event, including community partner staff and volunteers. Fifteen languages were spoken ENGAGING YOUTH IN OUR MISSION by the guests, nearly 50 percent of whom had never been VIA THE “CREATIVITY INSPIRING to the Aquarium prior to the event. Over 60 volunteers CONSERVATION” PROGRAM facilitated activities and offered translation of 15 different languages. To help guests navigate the Aquarium and the In August of 2013, a group of ambitious high school 17 activities offered, materials and signs were available in students completed the inaugural session of the six languages. Each of the evening’s talks was presented Aquarium’s Creativity Inspiring Conservation program, in English and Spanish—the two most commonly spoken which aims to empower youth to create awareness of languages at the event. environmental topics through artistic media including sculpture, videography, collage/mixed media, creative writing, screen printing, digital photography, drawing TECHNOLOGY INOVATION ATTRACTS MEDIA ATTENTION and acrylic painting. Miguel Monserate, Shells and Cans, acrylic painting, 2013 After success in engaging far-flung students with our mission via the Google+ “Hangout” platform in 2012, the Once accepted to the program, the youth artists were we feel and think about a subject. By teaching young Aquarium continued those efforts in 2013—and was rewarded with a cover story in BizTech magazine. educated by environmental experts and mentored by artists about conservation issues and providing them professional artists as they participated in a series of professional mentorship, the Creativity Inspiring The story focused on the Aquarium’s use of WiFi to further its mission across a variety of applications. Deployed classes over a period of three weeks. The finished art Conservation program works to help young artists find across our entire facility in 2011, WiFi allows us to use technology—such as iPads, Google+ and, eventually, wireless pieces were displayed at an evening reception at the their voices as advocates for the ocean,” notes Youth cams—to enhance the experience for visitors while they’re in our facility, as well as virtually. “Wireless lets us continue Aquarium. Participation in the program was free to Engagement Coordinator Dave Glenn. “Programs like this the Aquarium experience online, and even reach people who haven’t visited us yet,” notes Web and Social Media students and all materials were provided. Coordinator Pam Lamon. She continues, “It provides the infrastructure we need to expand our use of technology and show that nearly anyone can use their time, talent and opens up a lot of possibilities. We want to be ranked as a world-class aquarium and a leader in technology. The BizTech “Artists have an incredible potential to influence how energy to make a difference for our ocean.” article helps position us that way and also has the potential to help us reach a larger audience than ever before.” SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 10 11 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

RESEARCH SCIENTIFIC AND CONSERVATION LEADERSHIP PARTNERING IN THE EFFORT 2013 Seattle Aquarium SALUTING CHAMPIONS OF PUGET SOUND Reaching and partnering TO UNDERSTAND “MELTING” SEA STARS research AND THE OCEAN with our community: In late 2013, some sunflower sea stars in British Columbia, highlights At its annual Chairman’s Dinner in February, the Seattle Aquarium conferred highlights Washington and California—and even along the Seattle its top awards on Congressman Norm Dicks and oceanographer Richard Feely. waterfront—began dying from a condition that gives the Congressman Dicks received the 2013 Seattle Aquarium Medal; Dr. Feely impression of “melting.” The Seattle Aquarium joined the effort to understand • Completed our fifth year monitoring received the Aquarium’s 2013 Conservation Research Award. “Congressman • Shared our mission with over 31,000 the condition and its cause. reef fish abundance on the Dicks and Dr. Feely have worked the front lines of politics and research to guests at 136 evening event rentals. northwest coast of the Big Island preserve our shorelines here in Washington State,” said Aquarium President & “Low-grade disease in sea stars is not uncommon,” says staff veterinarian of Hawaii, in cooperation with • Seattle Aquarium President & CEO Lesanna Lahner. “It’s previously been documented on a waxing/waning, Washington State University and CEO Robert W. Davidson. “They see the big picture, and understand how small Robert W. Davidson was among potentially seasonal, occurrence in both captive and free-ranging sea star the Hawaii Division of Aquatic elements affect it.” the speakers at a press conference populations along the West and East coasts. In the past, these events have Resources. Congressman Dicks represented Washington’s 6 District, including the hosted by the Washington th been mild. However, starting in October of 2013, a higher prevalence of • Completed our ninth year of rockfish Olympic and Kitsap peninsulas, from 1977 to January of 2013. He has been Environmental Council and Climate Solutions. The conference disease in the wild population of several sea star species was documented surveys in the Strait of Juan de Fuca. a leader in restoring salmon habitat and fought to secure tens of millions was held in advance of a public near Vancouver, B.C., the Seattle waterfront, and other regions along the West of dollars for the cleanup of Puget Sound and Hood Canal. He increased hearing, convened by Governor Jay Coast of North America.” • Continued bi-monthly sixgill shark support for research and remediation work on estuaries by the Environmental Inslee and the bipartisan Climate research under Pier 59. As part of a multi-institutional collaborative effort to quickly respond to this • Hosted the eighth biennial Sea Otter Protection Agency, and over the course of three decades wrote legislation to Legislative Executive Workgroup, unusual mortality event in sea stars, Seattle Aquarium divers collected healthy Conservation Workshop. preserve wilderness areas and funding for other public lands. to receive public testimony on and diseased stars from the waters surrounding the Seattle Aquarium in late Dr. Feely, a chemical oceanographer with the National Oceanic and how Washington should meet its climate pollution limits. October. Aquarium divers also continued to monitor levels of disease along • Partnered in the multi-disciplinary Atmospheric Administration, has done substantial research on the effects the waterfront. federal project (Department of the of carbon dioxide on marine ecosystems. In the summer of 2012, he began • Hosted a research project launch Interior-United States Geologic event and the annual dinner of The animals collected were sampled according to a protocol carefully Survey) studying trends in sea testing equipment to measure ocean acidification in the waters outside the Long Live the Kings, a wild salmon developed by several institutions, and samples were sent to our collaborators otter populations called “coastal Seattle Aquarium. That equipment will eventually be taken thousands of miles conservation group. in New York at Cornell University and the Wildlife Conservation Society. The ecosystem responses to influences into the Pacific to gauge acidification in the open ocean. • Hosted two evening, low-tide U.S. Geological Survey National Wildlife Health Center also became involved from land and sea.” beach walks at West Seattle’s South and helped to coordinate efforts and investigate other potential causes of • Participated in the Washington State Alki Beach. disease, including toxins and fungal infections. As of this writing, no definitive sea otter census for the 13th year. AQUARIUM BOARD MEMBER HONORED • Produced approximately 50 day- cause of disease has been identified and research by the Seattle Aquarium, in • Partnered with the Washington time events to increase visitation. conjunction with numerous collaborators, continues. Department of Fish & Wildlife Also honored at the Aquarium’s Chairman’s Dinner (WDFW) harbor seal health was board member Mary L. Bass, who was presented • Increased social media presence, assessments. with the Scott S. Patrick Inspirational award. The resulting in an 82 percent increase award is named for the late Aquarium board member in followers on Facebook; 57 percent • Continued to partner with the increase on Twitter; 79 percent NEW IN 2013: DEDICATED NECROPSY ROOM National Ocean & Atmospheric and Seattle Seahawks executive who served with increase on Pinterest and 196,053 Administration on northern fur seal extraordinary passion. Bass, a vice president with percent increase on Google+. Necropsy is the word used to describe an animal autopsy; it’s different research and ocean acidification. Wells Fargo whose Aquarium leadership helped than a dissection in that the goal is to determine the cause of death. The • Hosted the semi-annual meeting build its board of directors and sharply expand its • Produced four Google+ “Hangouts Aquarium has long made a practice of performing necropsies: fish necropsies of the Rockfish Recovery Working fundraising programs, has been a tireless and inspirational proponent on Air” that were viewed over have historically been performed on-site; for bio-security reasons, bird and Group, composed of 20 scientists of the Aquarium for the past decade as well as a leader for volunteerism 3,100 times. mammal necropsies were performed off-site. from NOAA Fisheries, the Sea in the broader community. In 2013, the Aquarium constructed a dedicated necropsy room as part of the Doc Society, WDFW, the Seattle requirements of re-accreditation by the AZA, whose guidelines recommend Aquarium, the Point Defiance Zoo REDUCING OUR FOOTPRINT a separate necropsy room. “Although it sounds ironic, necropsies have always and Aquarium, the International Pacific Halibut Commission, People allowed us to take even better care of the animals in our collection,” notes for Puget Sound and the Northwest In January 2013, through its membership with the innovative Carbon Capturing Companies (or C3) program, the staff veterinarian Lesanna Lahner. “We look at their health in a way that isn’t Straits Initiative. Aquarium offset its 2012 carbon footprint via the planting of 82 trees at the West Duwamish Greenbelt. The Aquarium possible when they’re still alive. Necropsies help us get closer to the cause of is a founding member of the C3 program, which recruits businesses large and small to commit to calculating, reducing death, understand if there were underlying causes of disease, and use that • Published four scientific papers. and mitigating their carbon output through conifer trees native to the Pacific Northwest that are planted and information to improve the care of our living animals. Having a dedicated • Gave 15 talks to the public and/ maintained in parks, right of ways, transportation corridors and other natural areas. The Aquarium’s trees, along with room enhances the safety and efficiency of our necropsies.” or scientific community about our the others planted via the C3 program, will sequester thousands of tons of C02 over their lifetimes, and contribute to conservation research. the health of our region’s waterways and overall marine environment. SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 12 13 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

RESEARCH SCIENTIFIC AND CONSERVATION LEADERSHIP PARTNERING IN THE EFFORT 2013 Seattle Aquarium SALUTING CHAMPIONS OF PUGET SOUND Reaching and partnering TO UNDERSTAND “MELTING” SEA STARS research AND THE OCEAN with our community: In late 2013, some sunflower sea stars in British Columbia, highlights At its annual Chairman’s Dinner in February, the Seattle Aquarium conferred highlights Washington and California—and even along the Seattle its top awards on Congressman Norm Dicks and oceanographer Richard Feely. waterfront—began dying from a condition that gives the Congressman Dicks received the 2013 Seattle Aquarium Medal; Dr. Feely impression of “melting.” The Seattle Aquarium joined the effort to understand • Completed our fifth year monitoring received the Aquarium’s 2013 Conservation Research Award. “Congressman • Shared our mission with over 31,000 the condition and its cause. reef fish abundance on the Dicks and Dr. Feely have worked the front lines of politics and research to guests at 136 evening event rentals. northwest coast of the Big Island preserve our shorelines here in Washington State,” said Aquarium President & “Low-grade disease in sea stars is not uncommon,” says staff veterinarian of Hawaii, in cooperation with • Seattle Aquarium President & CEO Lesanna Lahner. “It’s previously been documented on a waxing/waning, Washington State University and CEO Robert W. Davidson. “They see the big picture, and understand how small Robert W. Davidson was among potentially seasonal, occurrence in both captive and free-ranging sea star the Hawaii Division of Aquatic elements affect it.” the speakers at a press conference populations along the West and East coasts. In the past, these events have Resources. Congressman Dicks represented Washington’s 6 District, including the hosted by the Washington th been mild. However, starting in October of 2013, a higher prevalence of • Completed our ninth year of rockfish Olympic and Kitsap peninsulas, from 1977 to January of 2013. He has been Environmental Council and Climate Solutions. The conference disease in the wild population of several sea star species was documented surveys in the Strait of Juan de Fuca. a leader in restoring salmon habitat and fought to secure tens of millions was held in advance of a public near Vancouver, B.C., the Seattle waterfront, and other regions along the West of dollars for the cleanup of Puget Sound and Hood Canal. He increased hearing, convened by Governor Jay Coast of North America.” • Continued bi-monthly sixgill shark support for research and remediation work on estuaries by the Environmental Inslee and the bipartisan Climate research under Pier 59. As part of a multi-institutional collaborative effort to quickly respond to this • Hosted the eighth biennial Sea Otter Protection Agency, and over the course of three decades wrote legislation to Legislative Executive Workgroup, unusual mortality event in sea stars, Seattle Aquarium divers collected healthy Conservation Workshop. preserve wilderness areas and funding for other public lands. to receive public testimony on and diseased stars from the waters surrounding the Seattle Aquarium in late Dr. Feely, a chemical oceanographer with the National Oceanic and how Washington should meet its climate pollution limits. October. Aquarium divers also continued to monitor levels of disease along • Partnered in the multi-disciplinary Atmospheric Administration, has done substantial research on the effects the waterfront. federal project (Department of the of carbon dioxide on marine ecosystems. In the summer of 2012, he began • Hosted a research project launch Interior-United States Geologic event and the annual dinner of The animals collected were sampled according to a protocol carefully Survey) studying trends in sea testing equipment to measure ocean acidification in the waters outside the Long Live the Kings, a wild salmon developed by several institutions, and samples were sent to our collaborators otter populations called “coastal Seattle Aquarium. That equipment will eventually be taken thousands of miles conservation group. in New York at Cornell University and the Wildlife Conservation Society. The ecosystem responses to influences into the Pacific to gauge acidification in the open ocean. • Hosted two evening, low-tide U.S. Geological Survey National Wildlife Health Center also became involved from land and sea.” beach walks at West Seattle’s South and helped to coordinate efforts and investigate other potential causes of • Participated in the Washington State Alki Beach. disease, including toxins and fungal infections. As of this writing, no definitive sea otter census for the 13th year. AQUARIUM BOARD MEMBER HONORED • Produced approximately 50 day- cause of disease has been identified and research by the Seattle Aquarium, in • Partnered with the Washington time events to increase visitation. conjunction with numerous collaborators, continues. Department of Fish & Wildlife Also honored at the Aquarium’s Chairman’s Dinner (WDFW) harbor seal health was board member Mary L. Bass, who was presented • Increased social media presence, assessments. with the Scott S. Patrick Inspirational award. The resulting in an 82 percent increase award is named for the late Aquarium board member in followers on Facebook; 57 percent • Continued to partner with the increase on Twitter; 79 percent NEW IN 2013: DEDICATED NECROPSY ROOM National Ocean & Atmospheric and Seattle Seahawks executive who served with increase on Pinterest and 196,053 Administration on northern fur seal extraordinary passion. Bass, a vice president with percent increase on Google+. Necropsy is the word used to describe an animal autopsy; it’s different research and ocean acidification. Wells Fargo whose Aquarium leadership helped than a dissection in that the goal is to determine the cause of death. The • Hosted the semi-annual meeting build its board of directors and sharply expand its • Produced four Google+ “Hangouts Aquarium has long made a practice of performing necropsies: fish necropsies of the Rockfish Recovery Working fundraising programs, has been a tireless and inspirational proponent on Air” that were viewed over have historically been performed on-site; for bio-security reasons, bird and Group, composed of 20 scientists of the Aquarium for the past decade as well as a leader for volunteerism 3,100 times. mammal necropsies were performed off-site. from NOAA Fisheries, the Sea in the broader community. In 2013, the Aquarium constructed a dedicated necropsy room as part of the Doc Society, WDFW, the Seattle requirements of re-accreditation by the AZA, whose guidelines recommend Aquarium, the Point Defiance Zoo REDUCING OUR FOOTPRINT a separate necropsy room. “Although it sounds ironic, necropsies have always and Aquarium, the International Pacific Halibut Commission, People allowed us to take even better care of the animals in our collection,” notes for Puget Sound and the Northwest In January 2013, through its membership with the innovative Carbon Capturing Companies (or C3) program, the staff veterinarian Lesanna Lahner. “We look at their health in a way that isn’t Straits Initiative. Aquarium offset its 2012 carbon footprint via the planting of 82 trees at the West Duwamish Greenbelt. The Aquarium possible when they’re still alive. Necropsies help us get closer to the cause of is a founding member of the C3 program, which recruits businesses large and small to commit to calculating, reducing death, understand if there were underlying causes of disease, and use that • Published four scientific papers. and mitigating their carbon output through conifer trees native to the Pacific Northwest that are planted and information to improve the care of our living animals. Having a dedicated • Gave 15 talks to the public and/ maintained in parks, right of ways, transportation corridors and other natural areas. The Aquarium’s trees, along with room enhances the safety and efficiency of our necropsies.” or scientific community about our the others planted via the C3 program, will sequester thousands of tons of C02 over their lifetimes, and contribute to conservation research. the health of our region’s waterways and overall marine environment. SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 12 13 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

LOOKING INTO OUR FUTURE 2013 FINANCIAL INFORMATION Balance Sheet ($s in ‘000s) 2013 REVENUES Miscellaneous 2% WATERFRONT TRANSFORMATION: SEAWALL CONSTRUCTION BEGINS Assets Special Events, net 4% Contributions and Grants 3% Cash and Investments $3,809 Concessions 8% The waterfront seawall replacement construction started late in 2013 with work at the southern end of the Receivables and Other 2,259 seawall and in front of Waterfront Park. The section in front of the Aquarium is slated to be replaced in 2015-2016. Long-Term Receivables 737 Membership 11% To accommodate construction, traffic on Alaskan Way was re-routed to a road underneath the viaduct, and new Property, Plant and Equipment, net 2,648 routes were created for pedestrians. None of the changes impacted access to the Aquarium. Total Assets $9,453 The plan called for work to continue through late spring of 2014, at which point construction would cease through the busy summer months. Liabilities and Net Assets Admissions 71% We’ve developed, and will continue to develop, strategies to keep visitors coming through our doors through Payables and Other $2,371 every phase of the seawall replacement. We’re also working with the City and other businesses to make it as easy as Leasehold Financing 2,700 possible to access the waterfront. Although the coming years of construction will have their challenges, we are well Total Liabilities $5,071 prepared to face them—and excited about the completion of this vital project, which will benefit our institution as well as the entire Puget Sound region. Unrestricted Net Assets $1,597 Temporarily Restr. Net Assets 2,785 Total Net Assets $4,382 Education/ Total Liabilities and Net Assets $9,453 EXPENSES Conservation 15% Life Sciences 19% Concessions 2% Revenue and Expense ($s in ‘000s) 2013 Fundraising 5% MG&A 22% Unrestricted Operating Revenue Marketing 16% Admissions $8,998 Membership 1,417 Concessions 1,049 Contributions and Grants 376 Special Events, net 516 ARCHITECT Miscellaneous 231 SELECTED FOR Restricted net assets released from restrictions 1,114 Admissions 6% AQUARIUM Total Unrestricted Operating Revenues $13,701 Facilities 15% EXPANSION Unrestricted Operating Expense Program Expenses $11,448 In March 2014, Marc ATTENDANCE L’Italien, Principal with the Fundraising 1,209 San Francisco architectural Management and General 751 700,000 715,000 730,000 745,000 760,000 775,000 790,000 805,000 820,000 835,000 firm of EHDD, was selected Total Unrestricted Operating Expenses $13,408 850,000 to lead a team of experts Change in Unrestricted Net Assets $293 to develop concept MASTER PLANNING CONTINUES designs for the future Restricted Activity 2013 834,526 expansion of our facility. Temporarily Restricted Revenue $2,283 The Aquarium’s master planning process, began in 2012, continued through 2013 with Designs will be reviewed Restricted net assets released from restrictions (1,114) 2012 790,059 a gift from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to match the City of Seattle funding. Change in Restricted Net Assets $1,169 by interested stakeholders By year-end, we had completed our concept program and issued an invitation to and the public, and a 802,348 architects to submit letters of interest to develop conceptual plans for the Aquarium’s preferred design will be Net Assets, Beginning of Year $2,920 2011 expansion. Early in 2014, an architect was selected (see sidebar for more information). selected to be reviewed Net Assets, End of Year $4,382 2010 829,668 When complete in 2014, this process will yield a detailed plan for our future growth and approved by the The statements shown above are condensed versions of our audited and development—which will lead, eventually, to an Aquarium that is 70 percent Seattle City Council in the financial statements and do not include footnote disclosures. larger than its current size and capable of attracting over 1.2 million visitors per year. fall of 2014. A copy of our audit report containing financial statements and 2009 802,802 accompanying footnotes is available upon request. Please contact Ryan Dean at (206) 838-3906 or [email protected] to obtain a copy. SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 14 15 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

LOOKING INTO OUR FUTURE 2013 FINANCIAL INFORMATION Balance Sheet ($s in ‘000s) 2013 REVENUES Miscellaneous 2% WATERFRONT TRANSFORMATION: SEAWALL CONSTRUCTION BEGINS Assets Special Events, net 4% Contributions and Grants 3% Cash and Investments $3,809 Concessions 8% The waterfront seawall replacement construction started late in 2013 with work at the southern end of the Receivables and Other 2,259 seawall and in front of Waterfront Park. The section in front of the Aquarium is slated to be replaced in 2015-2016. Long-Term Receivables 737 Membership 11% To accommodate construction, traffic on Alaskan Way was re-routed to a road underneath the viaduct, and new Property, Plant and Equipment, net 2,648 routes were created for pedestrians. None of the changes impacted access to the Aquarium. Total Assets $9,453 The plan called for work to continue through late spring of 2014, at which point construction would cease through the busy summer months. Liabilities and Net Assets Admissions 71% We’ve developed, and will continue to develop, strategies to keep visitors coming through our doors through Payables and Other $2,371 every phase of the seawall replacement. We’re also working with the City and other businesses to make it as easy as Leasehold Financing 2,700 possible to access the waterfront. Although the coming years of construction will have their challenges, we are well Total Liabilities $5,071 prepared to face them—and excited about the completion of this vital project, which will benefit our institution as well as the entire Puget Sound region. Unrestricted Net Assets $1,597 Temporarily Restr. Net Assets 2,785 Total Net Assets $4,382 Education/ Total Liabilities and Net Assets $9,453 EXPENSES Conservation 15% Life Sciences 19% Concessions 2% Revenue and Expense ($s in ‘000s) 2013 Fundraising 5% MG&A 22% Unrestricted Operating Revenue Marketing 16% Admissions $8,998 Membership 1,417 Concessions 1,049 Contributions and Grants 376 Special Events, net 516 ARCHITECT Miscellaneous 231 SELECTED FOR Restricted net assets released from restrictions 1,114 Admissions 6% AQUARIUM Total Unrestricted Operating Revenues $13,701 Facilities 15% EXPANSION Unrestricted Operating Expense Program Expenses $11,448 In March 2014, Marc ATTENDANCE L’Italien, Principal with the Fundraising 1,209 San Francisco architectural Management and General 751 700,000 715,000 730,000 745,000 760,000 775,000 790,000 805,000 820,000 835,000 firm of EHDD, was selected Total Unrestricted Operating Expenses $13,408 850,000 to lead a team of experts Change in Unrestricted Net Assets $293 to develop concept MASTER PLANNING CONTINUES designs for the future Restricted Activity 2013 834,526 expansion of our facility. Temporarily Restricted Revenue $2,283 The Aquarium’s master planning process, began in 2012, continued through 2013 with Designs will be reviewed Restricted net assets released from restrictions (1,114) 2012 790,059 a gift from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to match the City of Seattle funding. Change in Restricted Net Assets $1,169 by interested stakeholders By year-end, we had completed our concept program and issued an invitation to and the public, and a 802,348 architects to submit letters of interest to develop conceptual plans for the Aquarium’s preferred design will be Net Assets, Beginning of Year $2,920 2011 expansion. Early in 2014, an architect was selected (see sidebar for more information). selected to be reviewed Net Assets, End of Year $4,382 2010 829,668 When complete in 2014, this process will yield a detailed plan for our future growth and approved by the The statements shown above are condensed versions of our audited and development—which will lead, eventually, to an Aquarium that is 70 percent Seattle City Council in the financial statements and do not include footnote disclosures. larger than its current size and capable of attracting over 1.2 million visitors per year. fall of 2014. A copy of our audit report containing financial statements and 2009 802,802 accompanying footnotes is available upon request. Please contact Ryan Dean at (206) 838-3906 or [email protected] to obtain a copy. SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 14 15 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

FUNDRAISING EVENTS SUPPORTER SPOTLIGHT INTRODUCING “SEACHANGE” OTTER OPEN GOLF CLASSIC 2013 Meet two passionate Aquarium advocates th The Aquarium’s new fundraising event, held in Our 13 annual golf event was chaired by J. Brian Hill, Annie Spalding support of our Harbor Seal Capital Project, attracted Steve Moore and Scott Trethewey. Sponsors and donors over 200 guests who generously contributed more helped raise over $100,000 for Aquarium programs. Aquarium volunteer inspires conservation in her workplace than $183,000. Chaired by Ted Ackerley and Dan M. Guy III, with marine conservation cartoonist Title Sponsor Kibble & Prentice Aquarium volunteer and donor Annie Spalding is at the end of an Jim Toomey as the keynote speaker. Callisons, Inc. Lexus Champions for Charity incredibly challenging decade. She was treated for cancer—along Activity Sponsors Lexus of Bellevue with her mother, grandmother and brother. Her brother didn’t Title Sponsor Presenting Sponsor Gen-Arc MacDonald-Miller Facility survive. But Annie chose to create something positive from the Solutions D.A. Davidson & Co. Holland America Line, Inc. Wright Hotels, Inc. Mortenson Construction heartbreak she endured. “I wanted to make a difference,” she says. Hole Sponsors Pier 57/Miner’s Landing/ “I also wanted to follow my bliss.” AudienceScience Seattle Great Wheel Coldstream Capital Silicon Energy, LLC Annie’s love for Puget Sound led her to the Aquarium, where she Management superGraphics began volunteering. “I was shocked when I learned about the Pacific Columbia Pacific trash gyre through my volunteering experience at the Aquarium,” Cushman & Wakefield she says. Because she’s curious about the possible connection Commerce Delta Dental/Washington between plastics and cancer, she was particularly saddened by the Dental Service amount of plastic in the gyre. Eagle Home Mortgage With that, Annie found her personal mission. A dental hygienist, she Griffin Underwriting Services began taking note of the amount of single-use plastics her office was throwing away. She conducted a waste audit and discovered that 65 percent of the office’s trash—most of which was plastic— was recyclable. SPLASH! 2013 Annie’s office now recycles their plastic. And Annie furthered her efforts by launching a website that helps other businesses learn about recycling plastics. She also continues to donate time and money to the Aquarium. “It’s a great nd Our 22 annual gala event was chaired by Dianne Bell and Randy Tinseth, with Marco and Molly Abbruzzese as the honorary chairs. Attended by over 600 guests, Splash! raised more than $744,000 for the Aquarium’s education and way for me to create positive change,” she comments. “To make a bridge between something that was so difficult and conservation programs. connect it to what I love.” Title Sponsor Raffle Partner Bronze Sponsors SEA CON LLC The Boeing Company Ben Bridge Jeweler Accenture Seattle Steam Anabel Baker Presenting Conservation Wine Partners Group Health Cooperative Space Needle Sponsor DeLille Cellars Lease Crutcher Lewis Turner Construction Young ambassador for our marine environment Wells Fargo Private Bank O Wines MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions Verizon – Art Contest Partner Silver Sponsors Mithun Washington Trust Bank Anabel developed a deep appreciation for Puget Sound, as well as the Seattle T. Rowe Price College Savings Plan Callisons, Inc. Pedersen’s Event Rentals Aquarium, at a very young age. She first became engaged with the Aquarium’s mission Hotel Partner Foss Maritime Company Puget Sound Energy, Inc. through her love of marine mammals. Through learning about them, and our marine Seattle Marriott Waterfront Holland America Line, Inc. Riddell Williams P.S. environment, she was inspired to make changes in her everyday life. She now uses Reception Partner Seattle Seahawks Safeco Insurance reusable containers for her lunches, walks to her karate lessons, and uses rain barrels for Sodexo Leisure Services Seattle Sounders FC watering. She also loves to share what she’s learned with others. Union Bank Anabel believes that the Aquarium has many great ways to help other supporters learn how they can care for Puget Sound and our one world ocean, too. She says, “I think having volunteers on hand to talk to people works especially well. Learning from each other helps it stick. The more you know, the more you understand, and the more you care!” Anabel’s curiosity began through programs and activities at the Aquarium that are supported by our generous donors throughout the year. Thanks to these donors’ gifts, we can see the Aquarium’s mission in action: by changing what people of all ages (including Anabel) know, we can change how they feel and influence what they do to protect our marine environment. SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 16 17 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

FUNDRAISING EVENTS SUPPORTER SPOTLIGHT INTRODUCING “SEACHANGE” OTTER OPEN GOLF CLASSIC 2013 Meet two passionate Aquarium advocates th The Aquarium’s new fundraising event, held in Our 13 annual golf event was chaired by J. Brian Hill, Annie Spalding support of our Harbor Seal Capital Project, attracted Steve Moore and Scott Trethewey. Sponsors and donors over 200 guests who generously contributed more helped raise over $100,000 for Aquarium programs. Aquarium volunteer inspires conservation in her workplace than $183,000. Chaired by Ted Ackerley and Dan M. Guy III, with marine conservation cartoonist Title Sponsor Kibble & Prentice Aquarium volunteer and donor Annie Spalding is at the end of an Jim Toomey as the keynote speaker. Callisons, Inc. Lexus Champions for Charity incredibly challenging decade. She was treated for cancer—along Activity Sponsors Lexus of Bellevue with her mother, grandmother and brother. Her brother didn’t Title Sponsor Presenting Sponsor Gen-Arc MacDonald-Miller Facility survive. But Annie chose to create something positive from the Solutions D.A. Davidson & Co. Holland America Line, Inc. Wright Hotels, Inc. Mortenson Construction heartbreak she endured. “I wanted to make a difference,” she says. Hole Sponsors Pier 57/Miner’s Landing/ “I also wanted to follow my bliss.” AudienceScience Seattle Great Wheel Coldstream Capital Silicon Energy, LLC Annie’s love for Puget Sound led her to the Aquarium, where she Management superGraphics began volunteering. “I was shocked when I learned about the Pacific Columbia Pacific trash gyre through my volunteering experience at the Aquarium,” Cushman & Wakefield she says. Because she’s curious about the possible connection Commerce Delta Dental/Washington between plastics and cancer, she was particularly saddened by the Dental Service amount of plastic in the gyre. Eagle Home Mortgage With that, Annie found her personal mission. A dental hygienist, she Griffin Underwriting Services began taking note of the amount of single-use plastics her office was throwing away. She conducted a waste audit and discovered that 65 percent of the office’s trash—most of which was plastic— was recyclable. SPLASH! 2013 Annie’s office now recycles their plastic. And Annie furthered her efforts by launching a website that helps other businesses learn about recycling plastics. She also continues to donate time and money to the Aquarium. “It’s a great nd Our 22 annual gala event was chaired by Dianne Bell and Randy Tinseth, with Marco and Molly Abbruzzese as the honorary chairs. Attended by over 600 guests, Splash! raised more than $744,000 for the Aquarium’s education and way for me to create positive change,” she comments. “To make a bridge between something that was so difficult and conservation programs. connect it to what I love.” Title Sponsor Raffle Partner Bronze Sponsors SEA CON LLC The Boeing Company Ben Bridge Jeweler Accenture Seattle Steam Anabel Baker Presenting Conservation Wine Partners Group Health Cooperative Space Needle Sponsor DeLille Cellars Lease Crutcher Lewis Turner Construction Young ambassador for our marine environment Wells Fargo Private Bank O Wines MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions Verizon – Art Contest Partner Silver Sponsors Mithun Washington Trust Bank Anabel developed a deep appreciation for Puget Sound, as well as the Seattle T. Rowe Price College Savings Plan Callisons, Inc. Pedersen’s Event Rentals Aquarium, at a very young age. She first became engaged with the Aquarium’s mission Hotel Partner Foss Maritime Company Puget Sound Energy, Inc. through her love of marine mammals. Through learning about them, and our marine Seattle Marriott Waterfront Holland America Line, Inc. Riddell Williams P.S. environment, she was inspired to make changes in her everyday life. She now uses Reception Partner Seattle Seahawks Safeco Insurance reusable containers for her lunches, walks to her karate lessons, and uses rain barrels for Sodexo Leisure Services Seattle Sounders FC watering. She also loves to share what she’s learned with others. Union Bank Anabel believes that the Aquarium has many great ways to help other supporters learn how they can care for Puget Sound and our one world ocean, too. She says, “I think having volunteers on hand to talk to people works especially well. Learning from each other helps it stick. The more you know, the more you understand, and the more you care!” Anabel’s curiosity began through programs and activities at the Aquarium that are supported by our generous donors throughout the year. Thanks to these donors’ gifts, we can see the Aquarium’s mission in action: by changing what people of all ages (including Anabel) know, we can change how they feel and influence what they do to protect our marine environment. SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 16 17 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

2013 ANNUAL FUND DONORS The Seattle Foundation Pankaj & Jacqueline Nauriyal Copacino + Fujikado Stanley Robinson Terry Roche Elisabeth Simantov Shannon Orr & Melanie McAllester Kristin Corey & Marci Henderson Skanska USA Building Inc Robert & Jennifer Peters R. Michael Crill & Catherine Nobis Jennifer Rohde Todd & Amy Sprangers Pier 57 William & Kelly Crow Stuart & Lee Rolfe Donors to the Harbor Seal Capital Project are listed on pages 6–7. Frederick & Susan Titcomb Mary Pigott Robert & Molly Davidson Jon & Judy Runstad Scott Trethewey Robert Power & Michelle Raymond Amy Dedoyard Richard A. Saada OCEAN ADVOCATE United Parcel Service Michael Trzupek & Jennifer Greer Princess Tours David Dicks & Antonia Jindrich John & Loren Salata Alaska Airlines Thomas & NanC Weiland Elizabeth & Mark Tupper Carrie Rhodes James & Mary Dunnam Sterling & Allison Sankey Amgen Wells Fargo Verizon Foundation Ron & Susan Runyon Eagle Home Mortgage Peter Schaefer Wiancko Charitable Foundation Fine Business Remodeling BEACON Center for the Study of Evolution in Action Alex & Erika Washburn SEA CON LLC Craig & Lisa Schafer Wright Hotels, Inc. Windstar Cruises Seattle Steam Company Terry & Linda Finn Gilliat & Sherrill Schroeder Harrell & Gini Beck Joel & Melissa Blair WWW Foundation The Peg & Rick Young Foundation Gary & Ann Smith Frank & Susan Finneran Semiahmoo Resort Robert & Sara Blair Martha Wyckoff & Jerry Tone Snoqualmie Tribe Jan Forbes Bender & Robert Bender Jon and Mary Shirley Foundation Charles Dickey & Sheila Wyckoff-Dickey ORCA CLAN Richard and Barrie Galanti Foundation The Boeing Company Kevin & Tina Steiner Silicon Energy, LLC Anonymous (2) Chap & Eve Alvord Eric & Samantha Steinwinder Matthew & Glenda Gertz Gus Simonds Callisons, Inc. DeLille Cellars SOUND CITIZEN AmericanWest Bank David & Chris Towne Dan Grausz & Clare Hodgson Meeker Gary Smith & Karen Smith Ekblad Emirates Airlines Robert Angel Tulalip Tribes Charitable Fund Ronald Gregush & Erica Brandling-Bennett Blaine Sorenson Marco & Molly Abbruzzese Audience Science Ben & Marilyn Grevstad In honor of 2013 Conservation Research William & Susan Vititoe Sarah Soutter & David Cosman Award winner Richard A. Feely, Ph.D. Accenture Pamela Baade Doug & Maggie Walker Leslie & Matthew Handley Frank & Linda Springmann Robert & Shirley Ferguson Ted & Danielle Ackerley Cory & Katherine Bergman Wes & Bernie Ward John Hanley & Hong Yuan John & Cristie Stapp Dennis Forsyth & Elaine Spencer Ryan Backlund Byron & Sheila Bishop Washington Dental Service Matthew Hemsath & Adrienne Lehnert Tom & Lisa Sulock Foss Maritime Company Bank of America Paul & Debbi Brainerd Washington Trust Bank Harold & Mary Frances Hill Philip & Dawn Takeuchi Lloyd & Janet Frink John Blackman Jennifer & Bill Brindle Brandt Westover J. Brian Hill Dave & Mary Kay Talbot Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Linda Breneman & Eric Strand John & Adrienne Brown Susan Wyckoff Kevin & Zoe Hipp Elise Tinseth James & Christina Gurke Dale & Leslie Chihuly Buster & Carol Brown Russell Young Neal & Danielle Holland Jim & Bonnie Towne William Randolph Hearst Foundations Chihuly Studios James Burgett & Leigh Kinnish Anonymous (2) Ken & Tova Hornung Douglas & Janet True Hikari Consulting Ed & Barbara Clark Michael & Lysa Catlin Gene & Heather Hsu Dale VanDerschelden & Diana Jutte John C. & Karyl K. Hughes Foundation Bob & Lisa Donegan Robert & Sue Chamberlain OTTER CLUB David Thompson & Judith Jesiolowski Jeffrey & Theresa Ver Wey Institute of Museum & Library Services William & Brooke Einstein Douglas & Lander Chin The Ginger and Barry Ackerley Foundation Charles & Leslie Kellogg William & Connie Waddington Linda & Ted Johnson Event Network Cathy Clark Tom Alberg & Judi Beck Scott Kelly John & Marilyn Warner King County Flood Control District Hugh & Jane Ferguson Foundation Coldstream Capital Management AllpakTrojan Jack & Kathleen Kindred George & Colleen Willoughby Aaron & Stephanie Kornblum Foley/Frischkorn Wildlife and Conservation Fund Ken & Amy Collins Kenneth & Jennifer Altena Edgar & Sandra Kirsopp Wyman Youth Trust Alan & Kimberley Lippman Harley & Lela Franco Columbia Pacific Advisors, LLC Amgen Foundation Matching Michael Kollins & Allison Augustin Anonymous (2) MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions, Inc. Marshall & Tracy Frye Robert & Mary Cugini Gifts Program Martha Kongsgaard & Peter Goldman Mackay Restaurant Group Robert & Allison Grayson Cushman & Wakefield Commerce Jerry Anches Stuart & Liz Kwan OCTOPUS CIRCLE Keith & Mary Kay McCaw Family Foundation Bert & Barbara Gregory Craig Davison & Glenn Maarse John & Nikki Anderson B.J. Last & Julia Buck Adhost Microsoft Corporation Group Health Cooperative Don & Patti Dill William & Deirdre Arntz Norman & Paula Lau Erin Ashley National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Ivar’s Restaurants & Seafood Bars Fenwick & West LLP Mary L. Bass Erin & Tyler Letey Cory & Lauren Bartheld Victor & Mary Odermat Denise Kraft G.M. Nameplate Dennus Baum & Denise Kraft Mary Jo & Ross Otter Leventhal Mike Bell Lael Oldmixon Mark & Kimberly Kramer Susan Gates & Jack Paauw Carl & Renee Behnke Edmund Littlefield, Jr. & Julia Derby Donna Benaroya John Deininger & Carol-Ann O’Mack Lease Crutcher Lewis Dan & Lisa Gemme Dianne Bell Laura Lundgren Jason Black Pedersen’s Event Rentals Lexus of Bellevue Gen-Arc Albert & Pamela Bendich John & Lisa MacLean Edward & Heather Blahous Emery Rhodes & Charlene Short Rhodes Lisa & Ron Luther David & Lisa Goldberg Alan & Sarah Black Karissa Marker Blue Water Bellevue, LLC Mickey & Rebecca Rockafellar Greg Massey & Omid Ighani Kirk & Maureen Greene Kevin & Katy Blair Eric & Shannon Mastalir Linda & William Bonica The Russell Family Foundation Bruce McCaw Kurt & Alison Grevstad Sharon Bloome Glenn & Regan McCrary Robert & Mrs. Braun Satterberg Foundation Christopher & Rachel Miller Griffin Underwriting Services Jean & Bill Boothby Tracy & John McGuire Meg & William Bromfield – Seabourn Mithun Dan Guy III & Wendy Ershig-Guy Steve Boyd & Sheryl Harmer J Terry & Kathleen McLaughlin Kyle Cable Seal Sitters Marine Mammal Steven & Angie Moore Scott & Bonnie Harrison John Braden & Kristin Johnsen Peter & Patricia Minden T. Bradford & Lesley Canfield Stranding Network (SSMMSN) Matt & Anne Moran Mark Hooper & Wai Yin Schoeni Herbert Bridge & Edie Hilliard Lori Montoya & Sam Houghtaling Loralyn Chisman Seattle Mariners Doug Oberbillig & Kristi Leamaster Kevin & Lisa Johnson Douglas & Shari Brindle Laurie Nichols & Robert Williams Rex & JoAnn Clark Seattle Marriott Waterfront Hotel One Family Foundation Kibble & Prentice Darrell & Cathy Bryan Greg & Barbara Owens John & Patricia Coffey Seattle Seahawks David & Gina Pankowski King Conservation District Jon & Kendall Cammermeyer Florence Patten Coinstar, Inc Seattle Sounders FC Peach Foundation Katherine Krogslund John & Danielle Carlson Jeff & Jenny Payne Melonee Daniels & Stuart Platt Slalom Puget Sound Energy, Inc. Robert Lowden Jeff & Alicia Carnevali Louis & Mary Peterson Stephen & Harriet Davis John & Amy Smith William & Victoria Reed Chad & Jennifer Mackay William Casperson Judy Pigott The Martin Djos Family Foundation Sodexo Leisure Services Riddell Williams P.S. Rodger & Lisa May Sarah & Timothy Cavanaugh Pinkerton Foundation John & Tracey Donovan Space Needle LLC Robertson Photography Studios Jean Mernaugh & Hans Hoffmann Cedarbrook Lodge Pinnacle Gardens Foundation John & Dawn Dorsett SRG Partnership, Inc. The Rodman Foundation Marilyn Metz Kevin & Cary Clark Bill Polis & Tina Barbaro-Polis Michael & Chris Douglas T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. Russell’s Restaurant Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Coastal America Foundation Matthew Powell Rick & Dayna Eberhardt Randy & Ellen Tinseth George & Lauren Schuchart Mortenson Construction Coastal Hotel Group, LLC Norman Raab Foundation Albert & Margery Einstein Turner Construction Company Casey & Allison Schuchart Sandra Moss Grant & Lori Colby Jocelyn Ritchie Cary Falk & Quynh Vuong Union Bank Charles & Nancy Collins Jacqueline Roberts & John Gossman SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 18 19 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

2013 ANNUAL FUND DONORS The Seattle Foundation Pankaj & Jacqueline Nauriyal Copacino + Fujikado Stanley Robinson Terry Roche Elisabeth Simantov Shannon Orr & Melanie McAllester Kristin Corey & Marci Henderson Skanska USA Building Inc Robert & Jennifer Peters R. Michael Crill & Catherine Nobis Jennifer Rohde Todd & Amy Sprangers Pier 57 William & Kelly Crow Stuart & Lee Rolfe Donors to the Harbor Seal Capital Project are listed on pages 6–7. Frederick & Susan Titcomb Mary Pigott Robert & Molly Davidson Jon & Judy Runstad Scott Trethewey Robert Power & Michelle Raymond Amy Dedoyard Richard A. Saada OCEAN ADVOCATE United Parcel Service Michael Trzupek & Jennifer Greer Princess Tours David Dicks & Antonia Jindrich John & Loren Salata Alaska Airlines Thomas & NanC Weiland Elizabeth & Mark Tupper Carrie Rhodes James & Mary Dunnam Sterling & Allison Sankey Amgen Wells Fargo Verizon Foundation Ron & Susan Runyon Eagle Home Mortgage Peter Schaefer Wiancko Charitable Foundation Fine Business Remodeling BEACON Center for the Study of Evolution in Action Alex & Erika Washburn SEA CON LLC Craig & Lisa Schafer Wright Hotels, Inc. Windstar Cruises Seattle Steam Company Terry & Linda Finn Gilliat & Sherrill Schroeder Harrell & Gini Beck Joel & Melissa Blair WWW Foundation The Peg & Rick Young Foundation Gary & Ann Smith Frank & Susan Finneran Semiahmoo Resort Robert & Sara Blair Martha Wyckoff & Jerry Tone Snoqualmie Tribe Jan Forbes Bender & Robert Bender Jon and Mary Shirley Foundation Charles Dickey & Sheila Wyckoff-Dickey ORCA CLAN Richard and Barrie Galanti Foundation The Boeing Company Kevin & Tina Steiner Silicon Energy, LLC Anonymous (2) Chap & Eve Alvord Eric & Samantha Steinwinder Matthew & Glenda Gertz Gus Simonds Callisons, Inc. DeLille Cellars SOUND CITIZEN AmericanWest Bank David & Chris Towne Dan Grausz & Clare Hodgson Meeker Gary Smith & Karen Smith Ekblad Emirates Airlines Robert Angel Tulalip Tribes Charitable Fund Ronald Gregush & Erica Brandling-Bennett Blaine Sorenson Marco & Molly Abbruzzese Audience Science Ben & Marilyn Grevstad In honor of 2013 Conservation Research William & Susan Vititoe Sarah Soutter & David Cosman Award winner Richard A. Feely, Ph.D. Accenture Pamela Baade Doug & Maggie Walker Leslie & Matthew Handley Frank & Linda Springmann Robert & Shirley Ferguson Ted & Danielle Ackerley Cory & Katherine Bergman Wes & Bernie Ward John Hanley & Hong Yuan John & Cristie Stapp Dennis Forsyth & Elaine Spencer Ryan Backlund Byron & Sheila Bishop Washington Dental Service Matthew Hemsath & Adrienne Lehnert Tom & Lisa Sulock Foss Maritime Company Bank of America Paul & Debbi Brainerd Washington Trust Bank Harold & Mary Frances Hill Philip & Dawn Takeuchi Lloyd & Janet Frink John Blackman Jennifer & Bill Brindle Brandt Westover J. Brian Hill Dave & Mary Kay Talbot Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Linda Breneman & Eric Strand John & Adrienne Brown Susan Wyckoff Kevin & Zoe Hipp Elise Tinseth James & Christina Gurke Dale & Leslie Chihuly Buster & Carol Brown Russell Young Neal & Danielle Holland Jim & Bonnie Towne William Randolph Hearst Foundations Chihuly Studios James Burgett & Leigh Kinnish Anonymous (2) Ken & Tova Hornung Douglas & Janet True Hikari Consulting Ed & Barbara Clark Michael & Lysa Catlin Gene & Heather Hsu Dale VanDerschelden & Diana Jutte John C. & Karyl K. Hughes Foundation Bob & Lisa Donegan Robert & Sue Chamberlain OTTER CLUB David Thompson & Judith Jesiolowski Jeffrey & Theresa Ver Wey Institute of Museum & Library Services William & Brooke Einstein Douglas & Lander Chin The Ginger and Barry Ackerley Foundation Charles & Leslie Kellogg William & Connie Waddington Linda & Ted Johnson Event Network Cathy Clark Tom Alberg & Judi Beck Scott Kelly John & Marilyn Warner King County Flood Control District Hugh & Jane Ferguson Foundation Coldstream Capital Management AllpakTrojan Jack & Kathleen Kindred George & Colleen Willoughby Aaron & Stephanie Kornblum Foley/Frischkorn Wildlife and Conservation Fund Ken & Amy Collins Kenneth & Jennifer Altena Edgar & Sandra Kirsopp Wyman Youth Trust Alan & Kimberley Lippman Harley & Lela Franco Columbia Pacific Advisors, LLC Amgen Foundation Matching Michael Kollins & Allison Augustin Anonymous (2) MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions, Inc. Marshall & Tracy Frye Robert & Mary Cugini Gifts Program Martha Kongsgaard & Peter Goldman Mackay Restaurant Group Robert & Allison Grayson Cushman & Wakefield Commerce Jerry Anches Stuart & Liz Kwan OCTOPUS CIRCLE Keith & Mary Kay McCaw Family Foundation Bert & Barbara Gregory Craig Davison & Glenn Maarse John & Nikki Anderson B.J. Last & Julia Buck Adhost Microsoft Corporation Group Health Cooperative Don & Patti Dill William & Deirdre Arntz Norman & Paula Lau Erin Ashley National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Ivar’s Restaurants & Seafood Bars Fenwick & West LLP Mary L. Bass Erin & Tyler Letey Cory & Lauren Bartheld Victor & Mary Odermat Denise Kraft G.M. Nameplate Dennus Baum & Denise Kraft Mary Jo & Ross Otter Leventhal Mike Bell Lael Oldmixon Mark & Kimberly Kramer Susan Gates & Jack Paauw Carl & Renee Behnke Edmund Littlefield, Jr. & Julia Derby Donna Benaroya John Deininger & Carol-Ann O’Mack Lease Crutcher Lewis Dan & Lisa Gemme Dianne Bell Laura Lundgren Jason Black Pedersen’s Event Rentals Lexus of Bellevue Gen-Arc Albert & Pamela Bendich John & Lisa MacLean Edward & Heather Blahous Emery Rhodes & Charlene Short Rhodes Lisa & Ron Luther David & Lisa Goldberg Alan & Sarah Black Karissa Marker Blue Water Bellevue, LLC Mickey & Rebecca Rockafellar Greg Massey & Omid Ighani Kirk & Maureen Greene Kevin & Katy Blair Eric & Shannon Mastalir Linda & William Bonica The Russell Family Foundation Bruce McCaw Kurt & Alison Grevstad Sharon Bloome Glenn & Regan McCrary Robert & Mrs. Braun Satterberg Foundation Christopher & Rachel Miller Griffin Underwriting Services Jean & Bill Boothby Tracy & John McGuire Meg & William Bromfield – Seabourn Mithun Dan Guy III & Wendy Ershig-Guy Steve Boyd & Sheryl Harmer J Terry & Kathleen McLaughlin Kyle Cable Seal Sitters Marine Mammal Steven & Angie Moore Scott & Bonnie Harrison John Braden & Kristin Johnsen Peter & Patricia Minden T. Bradford & Lesley Canfield Stranding Network (SSMMSN) Matt & Anne Moran Mark Hooper & Wai Yin Schoeni Herbert Bridge & Edie Hilliard Lori Montoya & Sam Houghtaling Loralyn Chisman Seattle Mariners Doug Oberbillig & Kristi Leamaster Kevin & Lisa Johnson Douglas & Shari Brindle Laurie Nichols & Robert Williams Rex & JoAnn Clark Seattle Marriott Waterfront Hotel One Family Foundation Kibble & Prentice Darrell & Cathy Bryan Greg & Barbara Owens John & Patricia Coffey Seattle Seahawks David & Gina Pankowski King Conservation District Jon & Kendall Cammermeyer Florence Patten Coinstar, Inc Seattle Sounders FC Peach Foundation Katherine Krogslund John & Danielle Carlson Jeff & Jenny Payne Melonee Daniels & Stuart Platt Slalom Puget Sound Energy, Inc. Robert Lowden Jeff & Alicia Carnevali Louis & Mary Peterson Stephen & Harriet Davis John & Amy Smith William & Victoria Reed Chad & Jennifer Mackay William Casperson Judy Pigott The Martin Djos Family Foundation Sodexo Leisure Services Riddell Williams P.S. Rodger & Lisa May Sarah & Timothy Cavanaugh Pinkerton Foundation John & Tracey Donovan Space Needle LLC Robertson Photography Studios Jean Mernaugh & Hans Hoffmann Cedarbrook Lodge Pinnacle Gardens Foundation John & Dawn Dorsett SRG Partnership, Inc. The Rodman Foundation Marilyn Metz Kevin & Cary Clark Bill Polis & Tina Barbaro-Polis Michael & Chris Douglas T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. Russell’s Restaurant Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Coastal America Foundation Matthew Powell Rick & Dayna Eberhardt Randy & Ellen Tinseth George & Lauren Schuchart Mortenson Construction Coastal Hotel Group, LLC Norman Raab Foundation Albert & Margery Einstein Turner Construction Company Casey & Allison Schuchart Sandra Moss Grant & Lori Colby Jocelyn Ritchie Cary Falk & Quynh Vuong Union Bank Charles & Nancy Collins Jacqueline Roberts & John Gossman SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 18 19 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

2013 annual fund donors continued Robert & Lucie Fjeldstad Marsha Savery & Greg Poitevin Colin Gants STAFF Beverly & Paul Fletcher Kent & Kathy Schrenlock Genentech Employee Giving Program Douglas Miller & Karin Fletcher Gordon & Beth Schryer Robert & Pamela Guinn Dean & Michel Frerker David & Sandra Sharon Elizabeth Hanna & Don Fleming Malia Adams Andrea DosSantos Jodi Kunz Travis & Christy Gagnier Matthew & Jaimie Shea Michael & Lisa Hayward Genny Arredondo Heidi Ebel Nick La Haye David Bradlee & Kathryn Gardow Andrew & Heidi Shors Wayne Holt & Phyllis Kaiden Erin Ashley Elizabeth Exell Lesanna Lahner William & Nanette Garrison Bernard & Susan Silbernagel Thomas Irish & Rita Atmajian Laura Austin Nissa Ferm Pamela Lamon Rand Gee & Rachel Titus J. Ronald & Barbara Sim Carol Sue Ivory-Carline & Jan Carline Melani Baker Jon Fritzberg Amelia Langi Stanley Gent & Susan Morrow Bryan & Christy Smith Rob James Reid Bakkar Christine Froschl Darcie Larson Jean-Pierre Green David & Naomi Spinak Kathy & Wayne Kackley Ethan Barr Erika Frost Shawn Larson Bill Greger & Frances Nichols Marc & Jeanne Stolzman James & Julie Keller Traci Belting Catherine Fyfe Joe Lazar Bob & Laura Gregorini Walt & Nora Tabler Kathryn Kinney Harris & Holly Harris Nicole Bennion Cari Garand Kassandra Leicester Grousemont Foundation Ronald Tanemura & Tina Yamagiwa Dave & Meg Krah Justine Berk Penny Garrett Steven Lock Stephen & Karen Hall Carolyn Terry & Laura Silverstein Richard Ladner & Ann Sauer Katrina Bettis Olivia Gelow Chara Lynch Michael & Ellen Hamm James & Nora Tisdel Kristen Lappin & Chris Wirkkala Leela Bilow Dave Glenn Janice Mathisen Megan Sherman Jim & Erin Havens Shelly & Thor Tolo Diane Leighton Becky Bingham Shawnte Greenway Alan Maxey Todd Sigley Roland Anderson, 1946–2014 Michelle & Steve Heck Sarah Tompkins & Bryan Ruttkay Devin & Deanna Leingang Nicole Bisang Jamie Gunn Anna McAllister Andrew Sim Mark & Joni Herwick Robby & Kylee Tonkin Alan & Sharon Levy Aubrie Booth Holly Haley Bryan McNeil Angela Smith Former Seattle Aquarium staff Sally Hollister Zachary & Terra Vall-Spinosa Brian & Kathleen Linnell Robert Brenner Katie Hart Kelly Mistry Jennifer Smith member Dr. Roland C. Anderson, Deborah Jensen & Steven Malloch VCA Animal Hospital Philip & Maureen Lucido age 67, passed away in February Heather Broadway Steven P. Harvey Lori Montoya Veronica Smolen Lois Johnson Robin & Elizabeth Wallwork John Masterjohn & Karen Meadows at his Whidbey Island vacation Roberta Brooks Tyler Haven Marty Morris Giovannina Souers Matt & Priscilla Karwoski Scott & Rochelle Whelan Mark Mathews Susan Bullerdick Sara Healas Susan Mueller Michael Strassburger home. The son of a sea captain, Kristin Kildall & Gary Thomson Robert & Sara Wicklein Janice Mathisen & Sarah Mathisen Stephanie Butler Caroline Hempstead BrieAnn Mulvaney Victoria Swalley Roland grew up on the Kitsap King County Combined Federal Campaign Steve & Paula Williams Ed & Ann McGovern Elizabeth Canade April Henderson Sal Munoz John Sykes Peninsula, where he became an King County Finance and Ann Yoo Dan & Hilary Mohr Lindsay Holladay Fran Murray Alex Tanz Business Operations Division Diana Cardiff avid naturalist and scuba diver. Derek & Penny Ziemer Jack & Randi Morgan Kim Thomas Karen Koon & Brad Edwards Ken & Cindy Nikolaisen Julie Carpenter Joel Hollander Dan Newburn Long fascinated by malacology, Linda Larson OYSTER CATCHER Gregory Noel & Heather Spence Tim Carpenter Charles Hopper Caitlin Nielsen Alan Tomita Michael & Diane Laucius Robert & Tina Aigner Ryan & Terumi Pong William Carroll Phil Huebschen Rodger Ogren April Troka Roland served as president Shaun Leach & Julia Lowther C.J. Casson Chris Hussein Shari Okada Marla Tullio for the Western Society of Doug Alder & Eric Middleton Frank & Theresa Pritchard Christopher Van Damme Daniel C. Lee Amanda Chadwick Patrick Hutchins Carmen Olds Malacologists; president of the Kerry Allen John Pritchard Athena Jackson Barbara Owens Alfredo Verzosa Greg & Stacy Lill Lucius & Phoebe Andrew Dana & Nancy Quitslund Hariana Chilstrom American Malacological Society; Alexander Lindsey & Lynn Manley Jeffrey Christiansen Carol Jackson Sara Perry Audrey Walker a guest editor for the journal AnM Facility Services Jave & Varonica Ragan Jim Wharton David Magee Ana Corado Regi Jules Rea Rose Pineda Diseases of Aquatic Organisms; David & Karen Aoyama Lance & Brinette Rounds Jenn Whitsett Melissa Mager & Richard Butler Christie Cotterill Kathryn Kegel Mark Plunkett Donald & Shirley Ashley Jeffrey Rubel & Michael Inouye Jeannette Kent Lawrence Reymann Alix Wilber and was an avid member of the Wayne & Kristin Martin Michael & Jennifer Astion Carole Rush & Richard Andler Rebekah Crowley Pacific Northwest Shell Club. He Grant Massey Robert W. Davidson Bob Kiel Reena Riojas Renatta Williams Sally & Brad Bagshaw Victor B. Scheffer Foundation Steven Yong was the author or co-author C. Alan Maxey & Sabrina Ford Ryan Dean Nicole Killebrew Marsha Savery Douglas Barker & Elizabeth Sicktich Phillip Scripa Stephanie Zimsen Betsy Maxwell Anette Baronet Kristen & John Sharp Sharon Dean Rob Kirkelie Thomas Schaefer Amy Zolton of more than 200 articles in Charles & Jan Mayes Lynne Barre Paul & Marcy Shimada Angela Deccio Tim Kuniholm Allie Serious scientific journals and co-author Kevin & Sarah McCain of the book Octopus: The Ocean’s William & Allison Bass Peter Smith & Nina Salama Jon McClintock & Melissa Medler Note: staff who worked more than 200 hours in 2013 are reflected on this list. Intelligent Invertebrate. Glen & Susan Beebe Scott Spangenberg Steve & Maggie Milles Bradley & Carla Berg Donald & Amy Stepan Roland pioneered the idea The Minkove Family Marc Birtel Devan & Stacey Stovall Mike & Victoria Morceau of enrichment for captive Meeghan & Greg Black Gary & Susan Strand Mary Mott octopuses and their release as Drew & Ali Burchard Norm & Susan Strong Douglas Murdock & Elizabeth Rappaport Chris & Mary Butler Margaret Taylor & Robert Elliott adults, and was the inspiration Dave & Laura Musselwhite Laura Cannon & Jill Mullins Jay Taylor for the annual Octopus Week Lisa Nelson event at the Seattle Aquarium. Joe & Regina Cervantes Carl & Merry Beth Turpin Lance Odermat CNA Foundation Daniel & Hannah Vandervelde He retired from the Seattle John & Ann O’Neil Karen Conover & Martyn Thrussell Rose VanOmmen & Donovan Barton Aquarium in 2009 after 31 years Cindy Pauley & Brian Cave James Degel & Jeanne Berwick Robert & Polly von Bereghy of service. A longtime friend Juliet & Thomas Paulson Robert DeWeese & Abbey Pearl James & Susan Walters Gregg & Shelley Percich Daniel & Shannon Dodson Sarah & Andrew Watts and colleague remembered Larry & Gail Phillips David & Michelle Dumler Marjorie Widmeyer & Robert Webb Roland as “a researcher, author, Michael & Elise Piraino diver, connoisseur of desserts, David & Ann Easton Donald & Arda Williams Keith Putt & Bobbie Jo Foster curmudgeon…and friend.” David & Amy Efroymson James & Cherie Williams Douglass & Katherine Raff Scott & Tricia Elliott Melissa & Joe Witsoe Rat City Rollergirls, LLC William & Amanda Engel Dawn & Eric Wright Jeff & Susan Renner Emily Ferrari Eric Zager & Wendy Kahn Jennifer & Gahan Richardson Dodie Fisher Anonymous (2) SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 20 This donor listing includes in-kind gifts of $5,000 and above. 21 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

2013 annual fund donors continued Robert & Lucie Fjeldstad Marsha Savery & Greg Poitevin Colin Gants STAFF Beverly & Paul Fletcher Kent & Kathy Schrenlock Genentech Employee Giving Program Douglas Miller & Karin Fletcher Gordon & Beth Schryer Robert & Pamela Guinn Dean & Michel Frerker David & Sandra Sharon Elizabeth Hanna & Don Fleming Malia Adams Andrea DosSantos Jodi Kunz Travis & Christy Gagnier Matthew & Jaimie Shea Michael & Lisa Hayward Genny Arredondo Heidi Ebel Nick La Haye David Bradlee & Kathryn Gardow Andrew & Heidi Shors Wayne Holt & Phyllis Kaiden Erin Ashley Elizabeth Exell Lesanna Lahner William & Nanette Garrison Bernard & Susan Silbernagel Thomas Irish & Rita Atmajian Laura Austin Nissa Ferm Pamela Lamon Rand Gee & Rachel Titus J. Ronald & Barbara Sim Carol Sue Ivory-Carline & Jan Carline Melani Baker Jon Fritzberg Amelia Langi Stanley Gent & Susan Morrow Bryan & Christy Smith Rob James Reid Bakkar Christine Froschl Darcie Larson Jean-Pierre Green David & Naomi Spinak Kathy & Wayne Kackley Ethan Barr Erika Frost Shawn Larson Bill Greger & Frances Nichols Marc & Jeanne Stolzman James & Julie Keller Traci Belting Catherine Fyfe Joe Lazar Bob & Laura Gregorini Walt & Nora Tabler Kathryn Kinney Harris & Holly Harris Nicole Bennion Cari Garand Kassandra Leicester Grousemont Foundation Ronald Tanemura & Tina Yamagiwa Dave & Meg Krah Justine Berk Penny Garrett Steven Lock Stephen & Karen Hall Carolyn Terry & Laura Silverstein Richard Ladner & Ann Sauer Katrina Bettis Olivia Gelow Chara Lynch Michael & Ellen Hamm James & Nora Tisdel Kristen Lappin & Chris Wirkkala Leela Bilow Dave Glenn Janice Mathisen Megan Sherman Jim & Erin Havens Shelly & Thor Tolo Diane Leighton Becky Bingham Shawnte Greenway Alan Maxey Todd Sigley Roland Anderson, 1946–2014 Michelle & Steve Heck Sarah Tompkins & Bryan Ruttkay Devin & Deanna Leingang Nicole Bisang Jamie Gunn Anna McAllister Andrew Sim Mark & Joni Herwick Robby & Kylee Tonkin Alan & Sharon Levy Aubrie Booth Holly Haley Bryan McNeil Angela Smith Former Seattle Aquarium staff Sally Hollister Zachary & Terra Vall-Spinosa Brian & Kathleen Linnell Robert Brenner Katie Hart Kelly Mistry Jennifer Smith member Dr. Roland C. Anderson, Deborah Jensen & Steven Malloch VCA Animal Hospital Philip & Maureen Lucido age 67, passed away in February Heather Broadway Steven P. Harvey Lori Montoya Veronica Smolen Lois Johnson Robin & Elizabeth Wallwork John Masterjohn & Karen Meadows at his Whidbey Island vacation Roberta Brooks Tyler Haven Marty Morris Giovannina Souers Matt & Priscilla Karwoski Scott & Rochelle Whelan Mark Mathews Susan Bullerdick Sara Healas Susan Mueller Michael Strassburger home. The son of a sea captain, Kristin Kildall & Gary Thomson Robert & Sara Wicklein Janice Mathisen & Sarah Mathisen Stephanie Butler Caroline Hempstead BrieAnn Mulvaney Victoria Swalley Roland grew up on the Kitsap King County Combined Federal Campaign Steve & Paula Williams Ed & Ann McGovern Elizabeth Canade April Henderson Sal Munoz John Sykes Peninsula, where he became an King County Finance and Ann Yoo Dan & Hilary Mohr Lindsay Holladay Fran Murray Alex Tanz Business Operations Division Diana Cardiff avid naturalist and scuba diver. Derek & Penny Ziemer Jack & Randi Morgan Kim Thomas Karen Koon & Brad Edwards Ken & Cindy Nikolaisen Julie Carpenter Joel Hollander Dan Newburn Long fascinated by malacology, Linda Larson OYSTER CATCHER Gregory Noel & Heather Spence Tim Carpenter Charles Hopper Caitlin Nielsen Alan Tomita Michael & Diane Laucius Robert & Tina Aigner Ryan & Terumi Pong William Carroll Phil Huebschen Rodger Ogren April Troka Roland served as president Shaun Leach & Julia Lowther C.J. Casson Chris Hussein Shari Okada Marla Tullio for the Western Society of Doug Alder & Eric Middleton Frank & Theresa Pritchard Christopher Van Damme Daniel C. Lee Amanda Chadwick Patrick Hutchins Carmen Olds Malacologists; president of the Kerry Allen John Pritchard Athena Jackson Barbara Owens Alfredo Verzosa Greg & Stacy Lill Lucius & Phoebe Andrew Dana & Nancy Quitslund Hariana Chilstrom American Malacological Society; Alexander Lindsey & Lynn Manley Jeffrey Christiansen Carol Jackson Sara Perry Audrey Walker a guest editor for the journal AnM Facility Services Jave & Varonica Ragan Jim Wharton David Magee Ana Corado Regi Jules Rea Rose Pineda Diseases of Aquatic Organisms; David & Karen Aoyama Lance & Brinette Rounds Jenn Whitsett Melissa Mager & Richard Butler Christie Cotterill Kathryn Kegel Mark Plunkett Donald & Shirley Ashley Jeffrey Rubel & Michael Inouye Jeannette Kent Lawrence Reymann Alix Wilber and was an avid member of the Wayne & Kristin Martin Michael & Jennifer Astion Carole Rush & Richard Andler Rebekah Crowley Pacific Northwest Shell Club. He Grant Massey Robert W. Davidson Bob Kiel Reena Riojas Renatta Williams Sally & Brad Bagshaw Victor B. Scheffer Foundation Steven Yong was the author or co-author C. Alan Maxey & Sabrina Ford Ryan Dean Nicole Killebrew Marsha Savery Douglas Barker & Elizabeth Sicktich Phillip Scripa Stephanie Zimsen Betsy Maxwell Anette Baronet Kristen & John Sharp Sharon Dean Rob Kirkelie Thomas Schaefer Amy Zolton of more than 200 articles in Charles & Jan Mayes Lynne Barre Paul & Marcy Shimada Angela Deccio Tim Kuniholm Allie Serious scientific journals and co-author Kevin & Sarah McCain of the book Octopus: The Ocean’s William & Allison Bass Peter Smith & Nina Salama Jon McClintock & Melissa Medler Note: staff who worked more than 200 hours in 2013 are reflected on this list. Intelligent Invertebrate. Glen & Susan Beebe Scott Spangenberg Steve & Maggie Milles Bradley & Carla Berg Donald & Amy Stepan Roland pioneered the idea The Minkove Family Marc Birtel Devan & Stacey Stovall Mike & Victoria Morceau of enrichment for captive Meeghan & Greg Black Gary & Susan Strand Mary Mott octopuses and their release as Drew & Ali Burchard Norm & Susan Strong Douglas Murdock & Elizabeth Rappaport Chris & Mary Butler Margaret Taylor & Robert Elliott adults, and was the inspiration Dave & Laura Musselwhite Laura Cannon & Jill Mullins Jay Taylor for the annual Octopus Week Lisa Nelson event at the Seattle Aquarium. Joe & Regina Cervantes Carl & Merry Beth Turpin Lance Odermat CNA Foundation Daniel & Hannah Vandervelde He retired from the Seattle John & Ann O’Neil Karen Conover & Martyn Thrussell Rose VanOmmen & Donovan Barton Aquarium in 2009 after 31 years Cindy Pauley & Brian Cave James Degel & Jeanne Berwick Robert & Polly von Bereghy of service. A longtime friend Juliet & Thomas Paulson Robert DeWeese & Abbey Pearl James & Susan Walters Gregg & Shelley Percich Daniel & Shannon Dodson Sarah & Andrew Watts and colleague remembered Larry & Gail Phillips David & Michelle Dumler Marjorie Widmeyer & Robert Webb Roland as “a researcher, author, Michael & Elise Piraino diver, connoisseur of desserts, David & Ann Easton Donald & Arda Williams Keith Putt & Bobbie Jo Foster curmudgeon…and friend.” David & Amy Efroymson James & Cherie Williams Douglass & Katherine Raff Scott & Tricia Elliott Melissa & Joe Witsoe Rat City Rollergirls, LLC William & Amanda Engel Dawn & Eric Wright Jeff & Susan Renner Emily Ferrari Eric Zager & Wendy Kahn Jennifer & Gahan Richardson Dodie Fisher Anonymous (2) SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 20 This donor listing includes in-kind gifts of $5,000 and above. 21 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

SEATTLE AQUARIUM VOLUNTEERS Makena Jansen Evan Lester Briana Milligan Julia Payne Nancy Rudolph Kimberle Stark Allison Vargas Christine Stawitz Barbara Jeniker Andre Varnado Fiona Millis Roland Payne Maile Levinsky Zoe Ruggiero-Diehl Kelly Steffen Teresa Jewell Sophorn Ven Anna Johnson Lila Levinson Brooke Mills Kate Peaquin Thomas Ruggles Megan Stephens Johannah Verhulst Meryl Mims Mike Pearson Lynne Lew Eric Running Bailey Johnson Jan Likit Jayme Mina JD Pedersen Megan Russell Mikaela Steudel Chelsea Via Over 96,800 hours donated by 1,380 volunteers in 2013—we couldn’t do it without you! Brad Johnson Josiah Likkel Kelly Mistry Diana Penley Kelly Russo Matt Steuer Kathleen Viet Carrie Stoltzman Jan Johnson Mary Vincent John Mistur Jean Penney Kiley Johnson Diana Lillig Kaitlyn Mitchell Edna Pennylegion-Hurley Diane Ryan Mackenzie Storie Katherine Vitelli Nicolette Lindberg Kathy Ryan Kirby Johnson Anastasia Lindquist Erin Mock Ilham Perdana Max Ryan Bonnie Storm Anne Voegtlen Mary Beth Ackerman Holly Bork Drew Collins Morgan Espeland Whitney Grover Orlay Johnson Kay Linger Stephanie Modjeski Atalya Peritz Tim Ryan Mackenzie Strafford Anabel Vogeley Gaby Adam April Bosley Trinity Conn Darlene Etue Randall Groves Rachel Johnson Kathy Linnell Andrea Mojzak Paul Perkins Olga Sakharova Nigel Strafford Peggy Vorwerk Nancy Adams Matthieu Boss Claire Connor Cecyl Fabano Gayle Grything Sarah Johnson Hannah Litzenberger Rick Moller Jack Permison Lechai Salah Emma Strand Adriel Walker Shelby Adams Majin Boswell Mary Conrad Kristen Fagerstrom Tiff Gubala Claire Johnston Gloria Liu Duncan Moore Damon Perry Jaemi Salazar Luke Straus Audrey Walker Elisa Aitoro Megan Botsford Dean Conti Kendra Fann Giorgio Guerra Lauren Jones Sigrid Llewellyn Sabrina Mora Eva Personett Shea Salyer Ilvs Strauss Kathy Walker Madison Alberts Andrew Bowen Chelsea Cooper Henry Fanning Jeff Guhl Makensie Jones Claire Long Emma Moran Karmen Personett Lillian Sam Anastasia Strebkova Norrie Walker Sarahfina Aldeane MaryJane Boxer Molly Cordell Anna Farrell-Sherman Heidi Hackler Mary Kay Jones Kelyn Looney Angela Morehouse Linda Peters Vannie Sam Eric Strickler Paul Wallace Courtney Alexander Shary Bozied Gene Coronetz Michael Farson David Hagert Nicholas Jones Tony Lopez Jacob Morehouse Amy Peterson John Sanders Michael Stringfellow Jeromy Walsh Roel Allers Steven Brack Angenica Corpuz Kristine Feldman Hollie Hailstone Rick Jones Carol Loretz Ayla Moretti Ashley Peterson Troy Sanders Jen Strongin Austen Walsworth Chris Allert Kristie Brame McKenna Cox Cynthia Felice Laura Hall Trisha Jones Nina Lottsfeldt Michelle Morgenstern Barbara Peterson Aenea Sandvig Eulalie Sullivan William Walter Edwin Alvarez Sam Branch Bailey Craig Clarissa Felling Samantha Halstead Dana Joy Jack Love Alissa Morino Nels Peterson Amber Sant’Angelo Jonathon Sultan Sean Walters Douglas Anderson Alexa Branesky Gabi Crooks Joan Fenton David Hamilton Michele Kackman Sandy Love Eric Morris Eleanor Petrowitz Kelley Sauskojus Raederle Swanson Oliver Wang Emily Anderson Abby Bratt Margaret Cummings Heather Ferguson Robert Hammer Jason Kadushin Douglas Lowman Mike Mulligan Kevin Pfaff Jennifer Sawchuk Adam Swarm Zechen Wang John Anderson Nathaniel Braudrick Howard Cunningham Grace Ferrara Briana Hammons Peter Kafka Kate Lucas Audrey Mullin Allison Pfeifer Deanna Saxbe Alex Swidergal Gil Ward Jordyn Anderson Francine Brazeau Kat Currier Gretchen Fetscher Eric Haney Rachel Kahn Shaunna Lumsden Clementine Mulvihill Erika Pinney Kendall Scace Howard Syder Dan Warner Leah Anderson Kayla Breeding Chuck Curry Steve Fisher Amanda Hannah Phyllis Kaiden Jordan Luscier Siddharth Murching Carrie Plank Liza Schmidt David Sylvester Rainey Warren Kathryn Arant Logan Brennan Solene Daigle Kathryn Fisken Steve Hannuksela Claire Kaiser Kerry Lusignan Dawn Murin Sergey Plotnikov Peyton Schmidt-Teague Hideko Takahashi Hannah Waterman Katheryn Arndt Alice Briley Sarah Dalessi Kristin Fletcher-Hendricks Cynthia Hansen Molly Kamicar Emily Lysen Megan Murphy John Pohl Emily Schmierer Alan Tan Ivy Watkins Patrick Aro Kelly Britz Monica Daniels Chris Flora Joan Hansen Sylvia Kantor Case Maass Laura Murray Monica Ponce-McDermott Kate Schmiett Alice Tan Alexandra Watt Danny Auerbach Madison Bromel Robert Daniels Jessica Flowers Justin Hanson Jarett Kaplan MacK MacKrell Karen Musgrave Katrina Popeo Judi Schwarz Alex Tanz Brad Wauldron Daniel Bachmeier Eve Brown Robert Dashiell Kelsie Fowler Kelsey Hanson Ethan Katz Lindsay MacNail Clover Muters Christine Powers Laura Scott Kat Taylor Mark Weber Jamie Bae Heidi Brown Haley Daudt Kristina Fox Sarah Hardisty Jesse Katz Morgan Macri Rachel Nagorsky Karen Powers Dan Sears Keyara Teeny Scottie Weber Michelle Bahnick Nicole Brown Amanda Davis Alexander Francisco Leslie Hargus Lise Kauffman Melinda Maddox Tiffany Nance Jasmine Prat Karissa Seiersen Michael Teeny Maggie Webster Danny Bain Rachel Brown Katie Davis Robin Fransen Jessie Harkins Monica Keim Sarah Madill Donna Naruo Sam Prusa Bruce Semple Sarra Tekola Russell Weimer Robin Baird William Brown Jennifer Davis Bergthold Paula Franzen Brian Harmon Lisa Keith Mericio Madril-Cabral Staci Nazario Yuting Qian Ian Sharma Joan Temple Nancy Weiner Derek Baker Aidan Browne Mary Davisson Mikaela Freeman Christian Harms Zum Spreckel Francine Keller Jess Magnussen Kindra Neely Tomi Qualman Cathleen Shattuck Angelie Teng Rachel Weller Timothy Baker Katy Bruce Jessica Dawson Bob Fritz Carl Harrington Jack Kelly Jamie Maher Lisa Neighbours Kori Quatermass Laura Shauger Vivian Teng Sami Wells Lynne Bannerman Robin Bruins Patrick Deagen Christine Froschl Jerry Harter Sammye Kempbell Eilish Malone Curtis Nelson Tom Quinn Grace Shaw Elaine Tennyson Linda White Lilia Bannister Megan Brumer Michelle Degnin Erika Frost Barry Hatch Heather Kennedy Benita Maltos Kaelynne Nelson Chelsea Rabourn Mike Shaw Sarah Terkildsen Jenn Whitsett Tessa Bard Deborah Bruner Laura Deighan Stephen Fry Turrean Hatzenbeier Kyle Kennedy Priscila Mandryk Lindsey Nelson Andrei Radu Becky Shelton Isabel Terrell Donna Wilcock Ginny Barnhart Sarah Bryan Linda DeJesus Katlyn Fuentes Grace Haven Bill Kesel Kathy Mangrubang Steve Nemeth Alyson Rae Danica Sheridan Kat Thach Barb Williams Elbie Barr Michael Buban Bobby Delaney Robin Fujita Grant Haven Emma Khan-Jones Lauren Marallo Isabel Netelenbos Catherine Ramsey Melissa Sherrow Aubrey Theiss Cherie Williams Sheri Barr Sara Buck Paula DeLucia Chelsey Funis Cecilia Hawley Callie Kiehl Andrea Marshall Joy Neubauer David Rapp Scott Sherwood Alison Thomas Darrell Williams Phillip Barrett Kristopher Buitrago Codie DeMaris Rebecca Gallivan Alycia Head Kate Killpack Lydia Marshall Roger Neubauer Alexander Rayburn Jessica Shilot Annie Thomas Kearstin Williams Katelyn Bartleson Cassie Burgess Mat DeMyers Rebecca Gamboa Sydney Healey Brian Kim Elaine Martin Nancy Neuerburg Cath Ream Bethany Shimasaki Jess Thomas Anna Wilson Rena Bartley-Abella Hillary Burk Jess Dennis Alyssa Garcia Valerie Heathman Daniel Kim Riley Martin Jan Neutz Susan Reanier Randy Shuman Maddie Thomas Leslie Wilson Laren Barulich Nathan Burke Stephen DeShazo Lawrence Garcia Kathryn Hebert Irene Kim Stacia Martineau Daneil Newcomb Pam Reaville Arman Siddiqui Mike Thomas Maddy Wilson Shawna Battaglia Taylor Burmer Samantha DeYoung Jessa Belle Garibay Scott Helfrich Chet Kimball Gabby Martinez Mackenna Newmarch Jaron Reed Mark Sideman Paul Thompson Myra Wisotzky Dennus Baum Bernie Busch Andrés Diaz Kylen Gartland Kat Hellen Aiden Kinerk Sebastian Martinez Huy Nguyen Craig Rees Mary Silva Sherri Thompson Patrick Wlaznak Sydni Baumgart Nicole Buttermore Izzie Diaz Fletcher Gigi Gaultier Janet Hensley Mike King Rashell Massine Lauren Nguyen Lauren Reetz Christine Simon Lise Thornton Kristine Wolahan Sun-Li Beatteay Julien Butwin Adriana Diaz-Calderon Noah Gettle Katrina Herlambang Aimee Kinney Andrea Masterson Nancy Nguyen Travis Reich Melinda Simon Stacy Thurston Katie Wold Guy Becken Ransom Cadorette Frankie Dickson Amrita Ghosh Derek Hermsen Phil Kippen Joslin Mathews Debra Nicholls Jake Reichard Angela Sipe Mary Ann Tiffany Alex Wong Jan Beckmann Scott Calhoun Sean Digre Terri Gibbs David Hernandez AJ Kiser Cheryl Mathisen Conor Nicholls-Dull Marissa Reid Janet Sisson EJ Tilt Anita Wong Caren Beecher Caitlin Campbell Laura Dill Kristina Gibbs-Ruby Jamey Hernandez Ryan Kitchen Janice Mathisen Tararin Nikomborirak Breana Reitz Paige Skeen Tony Tilt Madison Woo Claire Behrndt Elizabeth Canade Eugene Disney Jamie Giganti Chad High Kevin Kiuchi Bill Matson Amanda Niles Kylie Rench Zoe Skiadopoulou Ken Timmons Ruby Wood Jasmyne Bell Katharine Canning Stefan Dittmar Rick Gillatt Haleigh Hinderman Jackie Klepper Catherine Matson Jessica Nordstrom Barb Renfro Taryn Skubic Troy Tincher Claire Woodford Monique Bell Mary Carlson Jane Donald Cierra Gillespie Caileigh Hinkson Jessica Knight Linda Maudslien Astrella Norell John Reno Krystal Slattery Rick Titcomb Mary Woodring Stephanie Bellinghausen Michael Carlson Cameron Donegan Ronnie Gillman Brady Hislar Jessica Knoth Joey McBrady Wendy Noritake Andrea Repetto Daniel Sloan David Todd Karen Woodworth Gayle Bellows Richard Carmody Lindsay Donikian Russ Glaeser Markus Hiukka Morgan Kohler Matt McCallum Ford Northen Paul Revekant Jerda Smeltzer Aleks Toivola David Woolston Briyana Bembry April Carr Flannery Donley Gretchen Glaub Aleena Hodges Stephanie Kong James McCann Gail Nova Robin Revelle John Smersh Teagan Tolden Jenny Wooten Zach Bender Kaylie Carr Jason Dooley Jeanne Gleason Mary Holland Benjamin Kos Shaun McCann Heather Nunn Jezzi Reynolds Adia Smith An Tootill Annie Worcester Fred Benedetti Steve Carver Bethany Douglas Mitch Goff Eleanor Hollenbeck Hal Kramer Maria McCausland Aleeah Nussbaum Kait Rhoads Amber Smith Lindsey Top Chalida Workman Bill Bennett Allie Casper Chas Dowd Veronica Gonzalez Amy Holler Kaitlin Krhounek Lucia McDonald Dannie O’Brien Randy Rice Anna Smith Tait Torkelson Dana Wu Christine Bennett Katie Cava Will Downs Micah Goo Atiya Hollyer Pooja Krishnan Gayle McKool Kelly O’Callahan Declan Richards Kevin Smith Tristan Toth Jane Wu Taylor Bennett Fiona Cerf Kristin Doyle Kimberly Goode Katie Holmes Kathy Krogslund Dave McLean Amanda O’Hara Karen Richter Kimberly Smith Cindy Tower Kevin Wu Lara Benson Renee Chaffin Barbara Drake Kali Goodfellow Bev Holstun Jon Kroman Pat McMahon Judi O’Hurley Paul Riggs Lance Smith Kevin Tower Haley Wunderlich Bobby Berenson Sam Chamberlain Peter Draper Maggie Goodfellow Blaik Hopewell Diana Lynn Kruis Aine McMahon-Grace Graham O’Keefe Marcus Riley Mike Smith Roxanne Trager Annette Wundes Signe Bergman Rob Chapman Toby Driscoll Cindy Gossett James Hopfenbeck Hari Kuduva Colleen McMahon-Grace Izzi Olive David Ring Neil Smith Lychee Tran Sara Wyckoff Fran Beslanwitch Colton Cheshier Alice Dubiel Mike Gotshall Adam Horner Ariana Kupai Fionn McMahon-Grace Leah Olver David Rintoul Shawn Smith Terri Tran Becky Yandrasitz Jack Beslanwitch Robin Chiles Conrad Dudziak Katherine Goulding Sarah Hornsby Peter Kuriyama Courtney McNaught Tristan O’Mara Jocelyn Ritchie Alex B. Snow Thi Tran Wendie Yeung Bettina Beverly Heather Ching Jean-Pierre Dufour Ashwathy Goutham Theda Houck Tracy Kusian Lynn McNeill Bill O’Neill Hye Joo Ro Alexander Snow Nysla Trejo Yuta Yokoyama Christine Bidwell Brian Chittick Rene Dufour Lizzy Govas Juliana Houghton Taline Kuyumjian Alexandra McPherson Ken Oordt Dana Roberson Kristin Snow Sophia Troeh Ed Yotter Rob Bingham Ishanie Choudhury Rebecca Dugopolski Duncan Gowdy Kyle Housden Mary Kypreos Nora McReynolds Ana Orozco Sandra Robinson Peter Socha Rikki Tsoi Claira Young Katie Birkett Madison Chow Julia Duke Patrick Grady Alex Hsu Bryan La Pierre Kyle Mealand Cassie Osborn Terry Roche Avi Socha-Leialoha Frankie Tsoming Glenn Young Chase Black Tannys Chow Sarah Dupree Michelle Graf Toni Hsu Ashley Ladner Melissa Mefford Leah Osnis Mary Rock Brit Sojka Morgan Tucker Janet Young David Black Renae Christman Brian Duthie Melinda Grant Lisa Huang John Laggart Michael Merillat Kathryn Owen Renato Rodriguez Bob Soldwedel Kiana Tupou Monica Young Zoey Black Brian Chung Terry Dworkin Seanna Gray Thomas Huckabay Dayna Lange Fritz Merkel Kim Owens Ana Rodriguez-Knutsen Catherine Somerville Mariela Tuquero Gloria Youngblood Madison Blair Aslin Clagg Claude Dykstra Allison Grayson Nancy Huizar Cindy Lantry Joyce Merkel Miguel Padilla Bill Rogers Michelle Song Courtney Turnbaugh Jennifer Zara Joelle Blais Erika Claghorn Robert Earhart Amy Green Lauren Hunter Alli Larkin Jean Mernaugh Allie Page Eryn Rogers Laura Sotelo Susan Tyler Joost Zeegers Jessica Blanchette George Clark Alexia Ebert Brian Green Alex Hurdelbrink Norm Lau Justin Merritt Chuck Paholke Gavin Ropke Nicole Southerland Kerri Ann Uchida Holly Zehnder Michael Block Lorelei Clark Ciera Edison Pat Greene Patrick Hutchins Clara Layzer Zach Meyer Jasmine Paik Sierra Rose Cynthia Sovulewski Bruce Ulness Alison Zerbe Jennifer Bloor Ben Clemence Ashley Edmison Shawnte Greenway Chuck Hutchinson Lizzie Le Aman Michael Philip Pantaleo Sam Rosen Annie Spalding Lucia Upchurch Clare Zimmerman Danielle Bogardus Tiffany Cole Jazmine Edwards Lilly Greer Mary Jane Ides Tiffani-Amber Leach Andrea Michelbach Kristi Park Malaika Rosenfeld Dylan Spargo Marcia Ushimaru Paul Zimmerman Erin Bohaboy Valarie Cole Sage Edwards Bill Greger Kana Imakura Gracie Leago Jim Middleton Susan Parker Sara Rosewall Sandi Spence Rob Uy Tara Zimmerman Shaila Bolger Hailley Coleman Hillary Eichler Robert Grenier Beau Jack Keenan Leary Lauren Miheli Nicole Parris Caroline Ross Valerie Spencer Ray Valpey Mandy Zimnoch John Bomben Tyler Coleman Manda Eldreth Lara Grevstad Athena Jackson Dan Lee Jennifer Mileli Noelle Paskovskis Matthew Ross Jean Spohn Matthew Valuet Vivien Zoller Chris Bonneu Brahm Coler Branden Ellsworth Kelly Griffin Kimberly Jackson Grace Lee Jesse Miller Krizelle Pastores Anthony Roth Carolyn Spraggs Kara Van Slyck Suzanne Zonneveld Jim Boon Adrian Collier Hayley Elston Denise Griffing Mary Jackson Jordan Lee Julia Miller Marisa Patrick Peter Rothschild Morgan Spray Lauren Vandepas Maritess Zurbano Ryan Booth Ashley Collings Anjelika Enkhee Tom Griffith Maya Jackson Norm Lee Liz Miller Teresa Patrick Susan Rousseau Amy Sprenger Sharon VanDerveer Jean Boothby Bella Collins Jovana Enriquez Collin Gross Sarah Jacobson Kristin Lench Polly Miller Faye Patton Sam Rousso Kelley Staab Elizabeth Vanderwall Kristina Borgstrom Clinton Collins Tony Ercolano Vivian Gross Julia Jakubowski Becky Leslie Una Miller Michele Paye Linda Rowley Hilary Standish Mariah Vane SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 22 23 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

SEATTLE AQUARIUM VOLUNTEERS Makena Jansen Evan Lester Briana Milligan Julia Payne Nancy Rudolph Kimberle Stark Allison Vargas Christine Stawitz Barbara Jeniker Andre Varnado Fiona Millis Roland Payne Maile Levinsky Zoe Ruggiero-Diehl Kelly Steffen Teresa Jewell Sophorn Ven Anna Johnson Lila Levinson Brooke Mills Kate Peaquin Thomas Ruggles Megan Stephens Johannah Verhulst Meryl Mims Mike Pearson Lynne Lew Eric Running Bailey Johnson Jan Likit Jayme Mina JD Pedersen Megan Russell Mikaela Steudel Chelsea Via Over 96,800 hours donated by 1,380 volunteers in 2013—we couldn’t do it without you! Brad Johnson Josiah Likkel Kelly Mistry Diana Penley Kelly Russo Matt Steuer Kathleen Viet Carrie Stoltzman Jan Johnson Mary Vincent John Mistur Jean Penney Kiley Johnson Diana Lillig Kaitlyn Mitchell Edna Pennylegion-Hurley Diane Ryan Mackenzie Storie Katherine Vitelli Nicolette Lindberg Kathy Ryan Kirby Johnson Anastasia Lindquist Erin Mock Ilham Perdana Max Ryan Bonnie Storm Anne Voegtlen Mary Beth Ackerman Holly Bork Drew Collins Morgan Espeland Whitney Grover Orlay Johnson Kay Linger Stephanie Modjeski Atalya Peritz Tim Ryan Mackenzie Strafford Anabel Vogeley Gaby Adam April Bosley Trinity Conn Darlene Etue Randall Groves Rachel Johnson Kathy Linnell Andrea Mojzak Paul Perkins Olga Sakharova Nigel Strafford Peggy Vorwerk Nancy Adams Matthieu Boss Claire Connor Cecyl Fabano Gayle Grything Sarah Johnson Hannah Litzenberger Rick Moller Jack Permison Lechai Salah Emma Strand Adriel Walker Shelby Adams Majin Boswell Mary Conrad Kristen Fagerstrom Tiff Gubala Claire Johnston Gloria Liu Duncan Moore Damon Perry Jaemi Salazar Luke Straus Audrey Walker Elisa Aitoro Megan Botsford Dean Conti Kendra Fann Giorgio Guerra Lauren Jones Sigrid Llewellyn Sabrina Mora Eva Personett Shea Salyer Ilvs Strauss Kathy Walker Madison Alberts Andrew Bowen Chelsea Cooper Henry Fanning Jeff Guhl Makensie Jones Claire Long Emma Moran Karmen Personett Lillian Sam Anastasia Strebkova Norrie Walker Sarahfina Aldeane MaryJane Boxer Molly Cordell Anna Farrell-Sherman Heidi Hackler Mary Kay Jones Kelyn Looney Angela Morehouse Linda Peters Vannie Sam Eric Strickler Paul Wallace Courtney Alexander Shary Bozied Gene Coronetz Michael Farson David Hagert Nicholas Jones Tony Lopez Jacob Morehouse Amy Peterson John Sanders Michael Stringfellow Jeromy Walsh Roel Allers Steven Brack Angenica Corpuz Kristine Feldman Hollie Hailstone Rick Jones Carol Loretz Ayla Moretti Ashley Peterson Troy Sanders Jen Strongin Austen Walsworth Chris Allert Kristie Brame McKenna Cox Cynthia Felice Laura Hall Trisha Jones Nina Lottsfeldt Michelle Morgenstern Barbara Peterson Aenea Sandvig Eulalie Sullivan William Walter Edwin Alvarez Sam Branch Bailey Craig Clarissa Felling Samantha Halstead Dana Joy Jack Love Alissa Morino Nels Peterson Amber Sant’Angelo Jonathon Sultan Sean Walters Douglas Anderson Alexa Branesky Gabi Crooks Joan Fenton David Hamilton Michele Kackman Sandy Love Eric Morris Eleanor Petrowitz Kelley Sauskojus Raederle Swanson Oliver Wang Emily Anderson Abby Bratt Margaret Cummings Heather Ferguson Robert Hammer Jason Kadushin Douglas Lowman Mike Mulligan Kevin Pfaff Jennifer Sawchuk Adam Swarm Zechen Wang John Anderson Nathaniel Braudrick Howard Cunningham Grace Ferrara Briana Hammons Peter Kafka Kate Lucas Audrey Mullin Allison Pfeifer Deanna Saxbe Alex Swidergal Gil Ward Jordyn Anderson Francine Brazeau Kat Currier Gretchen Fetscher Eric Haney Rachel Kahn Shaunna Lumsden Clementine Mulvihill Erika Pinney Kendall Scace Howard Syder Dan Warner Leah Anderson Kayla Breeding Chuck Curry Steve Fisher Amanda Hannah Phyllis Kaiden Jordan Luscier Siddharth Murching Carrie Plank Liza Schmidt David Sylvester Rainey Warren Kathryn Arant Logan Brennan Solene Daigle Kathryn Fisken Steve Hannuksela Claire Kaiser Kerry Lusignan Dawn Murin Sergey Plotnikov Peyton Schmidt-Teague Hideko Takahashi Hannah Waterman Katheryn Arndt Alice Briley Sarah Dalessi Kristin Fletcher-Hendricks Cynthia Hansen Molly Kamicar Emily Lysen Megan Murphy John Pohl Emily Schmierer Alan Tan Ivy Watkins Patrick Aro Kelly Britz Monica Daniels Chris Flora Joan Hansen Sylvia Kantor Case Maass Laura Murray Monica Ponce-McDermott Kate Schmiett Alice Tan Alexandra Watt Danny Auerbach Madison Bromel Robert Daniels Jessica Flowers Justin Hanson Jarett Kaplan MacK MacKrell Karen Musgrave Katrina Popeo Judi Schwarz Alex Tanz Brad Wauldron Daniel Bachmeier Eve Brown Robert Dashiell Kelsie Fowler Kelsey Hanson Ethan Katz Lindsay MacNail Clover Muters Christine Powers Laura Scott Kat Taylor Mark Weber Jamie Bae Heidi Brown Haley Daudt Kristina Fox Sarah Hardisty Jesse Katz Morgan Macri Rachel Nagorsky Karen Powers Dan Sears Keyara Teeny Scottie Weber Michelle Bahnick Nicole Brown Amanda Davis Alexander Francisco Leslie Hargus Lise Kauffman Melinda Maddox Tiffany Nance Jasmine Prat Karissa Seiersen Michael Teeny Maggie Webster Danny Bain Rachel Brown Katie Davis Robin Fransen Jessie Harkins Monica Keim Sarah Madill Donna Naruo Sam Prusa Bruce Semple Sarra Tekola Russell Weimer Robin Baird William Brown Jennifer Davis Bergthold Paula Franzen Brian Harmon Lisa Keith Mericio Madril-Cabral Staci Nazario Yuting Qian Ian Sharma Joan Temple Nancy Weiner Derek Baker Aidan Browne Mary Davisson Mikaela Freeman Christian Harms Zum Spreckel Francine Keller Jess Magnussen Kindra Neely Tomi Qualman Cathleen Shattuck Angelie Teng Rachel Weller Timothy Baker Katy Bruce Jessica Dawson Bob Fritz Carl Harrington Jack Kelly Jamie Maher Lisa Neighbours Kori Quatermass Laura Shauger Vivian Teng Sami Wells Lynne Bannerman Robin Bruins Patrick Deagen Christine Froschl Jerry Harter Sammye Kempbell Eilish Malone Curtis Nelson Tom Quinn Grace Shaw Elaine Tennyson Linda White Lilia Bannister Megan Brumer Michelle Degnin Erika Frost Barry Hatch Heather Kennedy Benita Maltos Kaelynne Nelson Chelsea Rabourn Mike Shaw Sarah Terkildsen Jenn Whitsett Tessa Bard Deborah Bruner Laura Deighan Stephen Fry Turrean Hatzenbeier Kyle Kennedy Priscila Mandryk Lindsey Nelson Andrei Radu Becky Shelton Isabel Terrell Donna Wilcock Ginny Barnhart Sarah Bryan Linda DeJesus Katlyn Fuentes Grace Haven Bill Kesel Kathy Mangrubang Steve Nemeth Alyson Rae Danica Sheridan Kat Thach Barb Williams Elbie Barr Michael Buban Bobby Delaney Robin Fujita Grant Haven Emma Khan-Jones Lauren Marallo Isabel Netelenbos Catherine Ramsey Melissa Sherrow Aubrey Theiss Cherie Williams Sheri Barr Sara Buck Paula DeLucia Chelsey Funis Cecilia Hawley Callie Kiehl Andrea Marshall Joy Neubauer David Rapp Scott Sherwood Alison Thomas Darrell Williams Phillip Barrett Kristopher Buitrago Codie DeMaris Rebecca Gallivan Alycia Head Kate Killpack Lydia Marshall Roger Neubauer Alexander Rayburn Jessica Shilot Annie Thomas Kearstin Williams Katelyn Bartleson Cassie Burgess Mat DeMyers Rebecca Gamboa Sydney Healey Brian Kim Elaine Martin Nancy Neuerburg Cath Ream Bethany Shimasaki Jess Thomas Anna Wilson Rena Bartley-Abella Hillary Burk Jess Dennis Alyssa Garcia Valerie Heathman Daniel Kim Riley Martin Jan Neutz Susan Reanier Randy Shuman Maddie Thomas Leslie Wilson Laren Barulich Nathan Burke Stephen DeShazo Lawrence Garcia Kathryn Hebert Irene Kim Stacia Martineau Daneil Newcomb Pam Reaville Arman Siddiqui Mike Thomas Maddy Wilson Shawna Battaglia Taylor Burmer Samantha DeYoung Jessa Belle Garibay Scott Helfrich Chet Kimball Gabby Martinez Mackenna Newmarch Jaron Reed Mark Sideman Paul Thompson Myra Wisotzky Dennus Baum Bernie Busch Andrés Diaz Kylen Gartland Kat Hellen Aiden Kinerk Sebastian Martinez Huy Nguyen Craig Rees Mary Silva Sherri Thompson Patrick Wlaznak Sydni Baumgart Nicole Buttermore Izzie Diaz Fletcher Gigi Gaultier Janet Hensley Mike King Rashell Massine Lauren Nguyen Lauren Reetz Christine Simon Lise Thornton Kristine Wolahan Sun-Li Beatteay Julien Butwin Adriana Diaz-Calderon Noah Gettle Katrina Herlambang Aimee Kinney Andrea Masterson Nancy Nguyen Travis Reich Melinda Simon Stacy Thurston Katie Wold Guy Becken Ransom Cadorette Frankie Dickson Amrita Ghosh Derek Hermsen Phil Kippen Joslin Mathews Debra Nicholls Jake Reichard Angela Sipe Mary Ann Tiffany Alex Wong Jan Beckmann Scott Calhoun Sean Digre Terri Gibbs David Hernandez AJ Kiser Cheryl Mathisen Conor Nicholls-Dull Marissa Reid Janet Sisson EJ Tilt Anita Wong Caren Beecher Caitlin Campbell Laura Dill Kristina Gibbs-Ruby Jamey Hernandez Ryan Kitchen Janice Mathisen Tararin Nikomborirak Breana Reitz Paige Skeen Tony Tilt Madison Woo Claire Behrndt Elizabeth Canade Eugene Disney Jamie Giganti Chad High Kevin Kiuchi Bill Matson Amanda Niles Kylie Rench Zoe Skiadopoulou Ken Timmons Ruby Wood Jasmyne Bell Katharine Canning Stefan Dittmar Rick Gillatt Haleigh Hinderman Jackie Klepper Catherine Matson Jessica Nordstrom Barb Renfro Taryn Skubic Troy Tincher Claire Woodford Monique Bell Mary Carlson Jane Donald Cierra Gillespie Caileigh Hinkson Jessica Knight Linda Maudslien Astrella Norell John Reno Krystal Slattery Rick Titcomb Mary Woodring Stephanie Bellinghausen Michael Carlson Cameron Donegan Ronnie Gillman Brady Hislar Jessica Knoth Joey McBrady Wendy Noritake Andrea Repetto Daniel Sloan David Todd Karen Woodworth Gayle Bellows Richard Carmody Lindsay Donikian Russ Glaeser Markus Hiukka Morgan Kohler Matt McCallum Ford Northen Paul Revekant Jerda Smeltzer Aleks Toivola David Woolston Briyana Bembry April Carr Flannery Donley Gretchen Glaub Aleena Hodges Stephanie Kong James McCann Gail Nova Robin Revelle John Smersh Teagan Tolden Jenny Wooten Zach Bender Kaylie Carr Jason Dooley Jeanne Gleason Mary Holland Benjamin Kos Shaun McCann Heather Nunn Jezzi Reynolds Adia Smith An Tootill Annie Worcester Fred Benedetti Steve Carver Bethany Douglas Mitch Goff Eleanor Hollenbeck Hal Kramer Maria McCausland Aleeah Nussbaum Kait Rhoads Amber Smith Lindsey Top Chalida Workman Bill Bennett Allie Casper Chas Dowd Veronica Gonzalez Amy Holler Kaitlin Krhounek Lucia McDonald Dannie O’Brien Randy Rice Anna Smith Tait Torkelson Dana Wu Christine Bennett Katie Cava Will Downs Micah Goo Atiya Hollyer Pooja Krishnan Gayle McKool Kelly O’Callahan Declan Richards Kevin Smith Tristan Toth Jane Wu Taylor Bennett Fiona Cerf Kristin Doyle Kimberly Goode Katie Holmes Kathy Krogslund Dave McLean Amanda O’Hara Karen Richter Kimberly Smith Cindy Tower Kevin Wu Lara Benson Renee Chaffin Barbara Drake Kali Goodfellow Bev Holstun Jon Kroman Pat McMahon Judi O’Hurley Paul Riggs Lance Smith Kevin Tower Haley Wunderlich Bobby Berenson Sam Chamberlain Peter Draper Maggie Goodfellow Blaik Hopewell Diana Lynn Kruis Aine McMahon-Grace Graham O’Keefe Marcus Riley Mike Smith Roxanne Trager Annette Wundes Signe Bergman Rob Chapman Toby Driscoll Cindy Gossett James Hopfenbeck Hari Kuduva Colleen McMahon-Grace Izzi Olive David Ring Neil Smith Lychee Tran Sara Wyckoff Fran Beslanwitch Colton Cheshier Alice Dubiel Mike Gotshall Adam Horner Ariana Kupai Fionn McMahon-Grace Leah Olver David Rintoul Shawn Smith Terri Tran Becky Yandrasitz Jack Beslanwitch Robin Chiles Conrad Dudziak Katherine Goulding Sarah Hornsby Peter Kuriyama Courtney McNaught Tristan O’Mara Jocelyn Ritchie Alex B. Snow Thi Tran Wendie Yeung Bettina Beverly Heather Ching Jean-Pierre Dufour Ashwathy Goutham Theda Houck Tracy Kusian Lynn McNeill Bill O’Neill Hye Joo Ro Alexander Snow Nysla Trejo Yuta Yokoyama Christine Bidwell Brian Chittick Rene Dufour Lizzy Govas Juliana Houghton Taline Kuyumjian Alexandra McPherson Ken Oordt Dana Roberson Kristin Snow Sophia Troeh Ed Yotter Rob Bingham Ishanie Choudhury Rebecca Dugopolski Duncan Gowdy Kyle Housden Mary Kypreos Nora McReynolds Ana Orozco Sandra Robinson Peter Socha Rikki Tsoi Claira Young Katie Birkett Madison Chow Julia Duke Patrick Grady Alex Hsu Bryan La Pierre Kyle Mealand Cassie Osborn Terry Roche Avi Socha-Leialoha Frankie Tsoming Glenn Young Chase Black Tannys Chow Sarah Dupree Michelle Graf Toni Hsu Ashley Ladner Melissa Mefford Leah Osnis Mary Rock Brit Sojka Morgan Tucker Janet Young David Black Renae Christman Brian Duthie Melinda Grant Lisa Huang John Laggart Michael Merillat Kathryn Owen Renato Rodriguez Bob Soldwedel Kiana Tupou Monica Young Zoey Black Brian Chung Terry Dworkin Seanna Gray Thomas Huckabay Dayna Lange Fritz Merkel Kim Owens Ana Rodriguez-Knutsen Catherine Somerville Mariela Tuquero Gloria Youngblood Madison Blair Aslin Clagg Claude Dykstra Allison Grayson Nancy Huizar Cindy Lantry Joyce Merkel Miguel Padilla Bill Rogers Michelle Song Courtney Turnbaugh Jennifer Zara Joelle Blais Erika Claghorn Robert Earhart Amy Green Lauren Hunter Alli Larkin Jean Mernaugh Allie Page Eryn Rogers Laura Sotelo Susan Tyler Joost Zeegers Jessica Blanchette George Clark Alexia Ebert Brian Green Alex Hurdelbrink Norm Lau Justin Merritt Chuck Paholke Gavin Ropke Nicole Southerland Kerri Ann Uchida Holly Zehnder Michael Block Lorelei Clark Ciera Edison Pat Greene Patrick Hutchins Clara Layzer Zach Meyer Jasmine Paik Sierra Rose Cynthia Sovulewski Bruce Ulness Alison Zerbe Jennifer Bloor Ben Clemence Ashley Edmison Shawnte Greenway Chuck Hutchinson Lizzie Le Aman Michael Philip Pantaleo Sam Rosen Annie Spalding Lucia Upchurch Clare Zimmerman Danielle Bogardus Tiffany Cole Jazmine Edwards Lilly Greer Mary Jane Ides Tiffani-Amber Leach Andrea Michelbach Kristi Park Malaika Rosenfeld Dylan Spargo Marcia Ushimaru Paul Zimmerman Erin Bohaboy Valarie Cole Sage Edwards Bill Greger Kana Imakura Gracie Leago Jim Middleton Susan Parker Sara Rosewall Sandi Spence Rob Uy Tara Zimmerman Shaila Bolger Hailley Coleman Hillary Eichler Robert Grenier Beau Jack Keenan Leary Lauren Miheli Nicole Parris Caroline Ross Valerie Spencer Ray Valpey Mandy Zimnoch John Bomben Tyler Coleman Manda Eldreth Lara Grevstad Athena Jackson Dan Lee Jennifer Mileli Noelle Paskovskis Matthew Ross Jean Spohn Matthew Valuet Vivien Zoller Chris Bonneu Brahm Coler Branden Ellsworth Kelly Griffin Kimberly Jackson Grace Lee Jesse Miller Krizelle Pastores Anthony Roth Carolyn Spraggs Kara Van Slyck Suzanne Zonneveld Jim Boon Adrian Collier Hayley Elston Denise Griffing Mary Jackson Jordan Lee Julia Miller Marisa Patrick Peter Rothschild Morgan Spray Lauren Vandepas Maritess Zurbano Ryan Booth Ashley Collings Anjelika Enkhee Tom Griffith Maya Jackson Norm Lee Liz Miller Teresa Patrick Susan Rousseau Amy Sprenger Sharon VanDerveer Jean Boothby Bella Collins Jovana Enriquez Collin Gross Sarah Jacobson Kristin Lench Polly Miller Faye Patton Sam Rousso Kelley Staab Elizabeth Vanderwall Kristina Borgstrom Clinton Collins Tony Ercolano Vivian Gross Julia Jakubowski Becky Leslie Una Miller Michele Paye Linda Rowley Hilary Standish Mariah Vane SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013 22 23 SEAT TLE A QUARIUM 2013

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