Milann Siegfried Named Chair of Province Capital Campaign

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Milann H. Siegfried of Tulsa, Oklahoma is the volunteer Chair of the campaign for the Augustinians, Continuing Our Journey of Faith.  Mrs. Siegfried is no stranger to the Augustinians or to philanthropy. In addition to serving on the Board of Nordam Corporation, she is a Registered Nurse and community volunteer. She, and her late husband Ray, are Affiliates of the Augustinian Order.  Milann served as the first woman Chair of the Board of the Augustinians’ Cascia Hall Preparatory School in Tulsa. She has also served on or headed Boards of many prominent institutions, including: St. John’s Medical Center and Health System, the Footsteps Committee for the Order of Holy Cross Priests, the University of Portland (Oregon), the ALS Advisory Committee of the Judith and Jean Pape Adams Charitable Foundation, the Papal Foundation, the Tulsa Philharmonic, Tulsa Opera, Foundation for Excellence, the American Academy of Physician and Patient, the National Committee for the Performing Arts, the Philbrook Art Museum, the University of Tulsa, the National Review Board (appointed by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops), and the Eisenhower Medical Center-California


CHICAGO, IL: Milann leads the Capital Campaign Cabinet for the Augustinians. Top row, from left: Jerry Martin, Patrick O'Connor, Don R. Berschback, Patrick J. Ormsby, Alan B. Ross, Bottom row, from left: Michael Gerrity, Very Rev. Bernard C. Scianna, O.S.A., Ph.D., Milann H. Siegfried, Rev. Thomas McCarthy, O.S.A., and Rev. R. William "Bill" Sullivan, O.S.A.

Prior Provincial Fr. Bernie Scianna, O.S.A., Ph.D. said that he was thrilled to have Milann as Chair of the Augustinians’ Capital Campaign. He went to say, “This is the largest campaign in the Province’s long history and our first such campaign in over 20 years. It is crucial to me that we have a top volunteer leading the effort, and we are very blessed to have Milann’s service.” A campaign cabinet of top leaders has been formed now to work closely with Milann and the Augustinians in this vitally important capital campaign.