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Welcome Citadel Class of 1991!

Class Reunion Campaign Results


As of the end of August 2011:

  • $532,614.70 raised towards $500,000 Overall Goal
  • $117,737.78 raised towards $150,000 Class of 1991 Scholarship Goal
  • 38.68% Class Participation towards 50% Goal  


Please visit to view the campaign honor roll! 


Thank you for your continued support of our class' annual fundraising and participation efforts. If you haven't done so yet, please take this opportunity to Donate Now!














A message from your Reunion Campaign Committee...

Many of you were able to make it back to Charleston for Homecoming 2010, where you watched seven classes celebrate the successes of having collectively raised $9.9 million!  The Class of 1990, who just celebrated their 20th Reunion, raised a total of $541,254.  Our class is just one year away from celebrating our 20th reunion at Homecoming 2011—let’s blow the Class of 1990 out of the water with both dollars raised and the number of classmates that give back!


To date, we have raised approximately $260,398 of our $500,000 goal during our reunion campaign period of 2009-2011.  Approximately $64,433 has been raised toward our selected reunion project.  As a reminder, the projects our class has chosen to support are:


  • Class of 1991 Scholarship – This priority project will receive funding first in order to bring immediate life to the project and ensure fulfillment. Goal of $150,000 (within overall goal).
  • The Citadel Fund – The Citadel has an ongoing (and growing) need for unrestricted support. Contributions to The Citadel Fund ensure immediate annual dollars available for use by The Citadel. It is essential that every Class Reunion Campaign provide support to The Citadel Fund. 

Giving back to our alma mater is more important now than ever before.  State support continues to drop and The Citadel is projected to receive less than 10% of its 2010-2011 operations budget from the state (down from 18.5% of the 2008-2009 budget).


If you have not yet had the opportunity to support our Class Reunion Campaign, click here to make your gift on our safe and secure giving website.


If you have any questions about our Class Reunion Campaign, please contact Development Officer Laura Faulders with The Citadel Foundation at 843-953-9078 or via email at


We hope you will take part in this exciting opportunity to leave a class legacy at The Citadel. Many thanks for your consideration and financial support of our Class Reunion Campaign.




Class of 1991 Reunion Gift Committee

Reunion Campaign Co-Chairmen Jim Clabby, John LaVerne, & Roger Nix
Reunion Committee Members Paxton Bearden, Marco Calcagno, Mike Griffin, Ben Taylor, & Kent Workman



Homecoming 2011 is around the corner and our 20th Reunion Campaign is well under way!

Click here for a video message about our reunion.

Objective: To raise $500,000 by December 31, 2011, and present a check to
The Citadel from the Class of 1991 during the 20th Reunion Celebration at Homecoming 2011.

Campaign Goal: $500,000

Participation Goal: 50%

Class Projects:

Class of 1991 Scholarship ($150,000): Preference for this scholarship, once endowed, will be given to cadets who are genealogical descendants or relatves of members of the Class of 1991.

Class of 1991 Seminar Room ($100,000): After the scholarship goal is met, gifts will be allocated to name the Class of 1991 Seminar Room in Daniel Library, with 25% of thse additional funds directed to The Citadel Fund.


Upcoming Reunion Campaign Receptions

  • Greenville, SC: TBA
  • Columbia, SC: TBA
  • Atlanta, GA: TBA


Classmate Spotlight


Army Lt. Col. David Wilson '91

Army Lt. Col. David Wilson has deployed to a forward operating base in Southwest Asia to support the missions of Operations Enduring Freedom and/or Iraqi Freedom.  While deployed, Wilson serves as commander of the 121st Brigade Support Battalion, commanding hundreds of soldiers. He is regularly assigned at Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas, and this is his third deployment overseas in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The lieutenant colonel has served in the military for 21 years.

James Caple '91

In about a year James Caple '91 plans to embark on a journey that not many have done before him. He will row across the Atlantic Ocean from Battery Park, New York City to the Isles of Scilly, United Kingdom. The row boat pair, consisting of James, and his friend, Mike Altarace aim to make the trip in less than 55 days, the current world record set in 1896, by the first team to ever take on the challenge.

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