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Legacy Newsletter Spring 2015
March 2015
A Publication of the Life Enriching
Communities Foundation
Eagle Scout Creates
Nature Experience at
Twin Lakes
See Page 1
A Life Enriching Communities
Foundation Publication
March 2015
Life Enriching Communities Foundation
9840 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
(513) 719-3540
www.lec.org
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LIFE ENRICHING COMMUNITIES
FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Chairperson
William S. Culp
Board of Trustees
Ron Beshear
Steve Black
James L. Bowersox
Peggy Kite
Scott M. McQuinn
Gerald L. Wissel
Vice President Life Enriching
Communities Foundation
Molly Talbot
Legacy is published by the Life Enriching
Communities Foundation, providing services
and accommodations at Twin Towers and
Twin Lakes Senior Living Communities and
affiliated with the West Ohio Conference of
the United Methodist Church. Life Enriching
Communities offers equal housing and
employment to all persons regardless of
race, religion or national origin.
MISSION STATEMENT
We provide exceptional everyday
experiences in Christian Community by…
• Creating associate experiences that
support, engage and empower
• Delivering resident/customer experiences
that exceed expectations
• Setting and surpassing standards for
quality and safety
• Generating consistent growth in service
and value
• Resulting in expanded resources to extend
our impact
CORE VALUES
Respect • Innovation • Spirituality • Excellence
On the cover: Daniel Haney, David Haney and
Jonathon Dowling with birdhouses for the Twin
Lakes path.
Spirit Wear is Available Online
Shirts, sweatshirts, sweaters and more are now available for purchase online
at The LEC Store. All items can be monogrammed with the Twin Lakes,
Twin Towers or Life Enriching Communities logos. It’s easy – select the item,
color and size, select the logo of your choice, pay with a credit card and your
order will be delivered to your home!
Monogrammed clothing or accessories make great gifts! Get started by going
to www.lec.org, scroll down and click on the “Buy Spirit Wear” button. For
additional information please call 513-719-3510.
Eagle Scout Project Enhances
Twin Lakes Path
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David Haney shows map
before it was mounted.
t’s been said that there is a difference between
“walking a path” and “knowing a path”. Thanks
to David Haney, an extraordinary Eagle Scout, everyone
will begin to know the Twin Lakes path that they walk.
Last fall, David and his father designed and constructed
directional signs for the Twin Lakes Path, a ¾ mile paved
walkway which connects the Main Campus with the
North Campus. The signs which include a map, legend
and mile markers are encased in weather-proof material
that will allow for superior durability, guiding residents
and community members along the path for years to
come.
Along with his father, a fellow Eagle Scout, David
worked closely with Twin Lakes’ associates and Viox
associate Brian Dargis to map the path and its unique
areas. He evaluated the best materials for the job and
enthusiastically coordinated the project from start to
finish. To enhance the nature experience he also built
and installed several bluebird houses along the path.
David proposed this project at the start of his sophomore
year of high school and the project finished up in his
junior year. He raised over half of the funds needed
for the signs, with the Haney family donating the
remaining funds to truly make this special project come
together in a meaningful way. An Eagle Scout project
has to incorporate the Boy Scouts 12 core values
(Citizenship, Compassion, Cooperation, Courage,
Faith, Health, Honesty, Perseverance, Positive Attitude,
Resourcefulness, Respect and Responsibility) and David
embraced each of these values at some point in the
project and received his Eagle Scout certification.
So, the next time you walk the path, you will begin to
“know” the path, thanks to the beautiful signs David
created especially for the campus! You will surely be
impressed by his talent and dedication.
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Living Legacies
Supporting the Mission
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t Twin Lakes and Twin Towers, we are very
blessed to have residents and friends of our
foundation with philanthropy in their hearts. Many of
these individuals found the Living Legacy program,
where making a bequest of property, a charitable gift
annuity, a charitable trust or a certificate of deposit
naming Twin Lakes or Twin Towers the beneficiary
with their bank, to be an excellent vehicle for their
generosity. “This important program is the embodiment
of the saying “I am my brother’s keeper,” as Molly
Talbot, Vice President of the Life Enriching Communities
(LEC) Foundation says. “ The support shown to Twin
Lakes and Twin Towers through the Living Legacy
Program is the cornerstone of our ministry.”
Pat and Ed Thomas
Pat and Ed Thomas have lived at Twin Lakes for the last
11 years — longer than most residents. Pat has lived in
Cincinnati her whole life and met Ed, a Connecticut
native, when they attended Marietta College. After
graduation, Ed received a job offer in Cincinnati
so they established their lives in the community of
Mariemont. They were intrigued by the location of
Twin Lakes when it came time to consider where they
wanted to spend their retirement years. “We have
absolutely loved every minute of living at Twin Lakes!”
says Pat. “Our neighbors and friends are incredible
and the staff is just the best.” Pat is the Chairman of
the South Campus Resident’s Group and Ed is one of
the “Grumpies”, a group of men
on the South Campus who meet
every Thursday morning for coffee.
“There is something here for
everyone,” says Pat. “We enjoy
parties and get togethers. We have
friends in many other retirement
communities and we think that
Twin Lakes is the one that is most
welcoming. It’s almost like going
back to college!”
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The Thomas’ became Living
Legacy members for many
reasons, including their strong
connection to the Twin Lakes
community and a passionate
desire to see the mission of
the LEC Foundation continue.
“When considering a charitable
gift annuity, it felt right to make
a bequest to the LEC Foundation.
After we moved in, we decided
that if this was going to be our
home, we’d like to give back to
it if possible, and fortunately we
are able to do that,” says Pat.
“We love Twin Lakes and want to keep the
mission going with any gift we can offer.”
Paul and Joann Ward
Paul and Joann Ward aren’t residents
of Twin Lakes or Twin Towers, but
their connections to the organization,
particularly at Twin Towers, have deep
roots. They are long time residents of the
west side of Cincinnati — 65 years to be
exact, and have known many friends who
have lived at Twin Towers. Being of the
United Methodist faith, the Wards like to
support United Methodist organizations,
so coupling that with their familiarity with
Twin Towers, gifting an annuity to the Life
Enriching Communities Foundation felt
natural.
When they became Living Legacy
members, the Wards didn’t think twice
about the fact they did not live on either
of the Life Enriching Communities
campuses. “The people we knew who
lived at Twin Towers and our personal
relationships with the associates,
including John Seay and David
Schneider, solidified our decision
to gift an annuity to Life Enriching
Communities,” says Joann Ward. “We
believe in their mission and know that
we made the right decision. We hope
our contribution will help to continue the good
works of Life Enriching Communities.”
Paul and Joann Ward
The Life Enriching Communities Foundation is blessed
with charitable gifting and generous supporters. Gifts to
the Foundation support the Pastoral Care ministries in
the communities and the Benevolent Care Fund which
provides assistance to residents who have outlived
their financial resources. Our Living Legacy members
provide the LEC Foundation with the ability to carry
out the mission of “being our brother’s keeper” and we
look forward to continuing that mission for generations
to come. Please contact Molly Talbot, Vice President of
Development, at 513-719-3540 if you would like more
information about our Living Legacy program or for
information on other ways to give back to Life Enriching
Communities.
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Left to Right: Students Brinelle
Hogan, Breawsha Walker, Mariah
Hill, Bianca Elliott, Dining Services
Manager, Twin Towers, Students
Christopher Smith, Shurvonna Paige,
and Annette Goodsen
Partnership with
Carpe Diem
School a Win
for Everyone
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or members of our Twin Towers
community, an exciting new
dining program partnership has been
introduced. We are working with
Carpe Diem High School, located in
College Hill, to establish a program
that employs students in dining
services as part of a work-study
program. The inaugural class was
formed in November 2014 and will
be part of the Dining Services team
through April. The program will have
two classes per year, each with a
six-month assignment. The classes
will have a maximum of six students
participating.
The Carpe Diem/Twin Towers partnership
is proving to be beneficial to the school,
the students who are participating
and Twin Towers. Students have an
opportunity to learn valuable customer service skills
and positive work habits – and earn money! They are
establishing relationships outside of their school and
neighborhood. They also gain valuable work experience
- this is the first job for many of the student workers.
The program benefits Carpe Diem School as it provides
tuition support and allows them an opportunity to
offer a work-study program. The work-study program is
appealing to many potential students, so it will likely
increase enrollment at Carpe Diem. The work-study
program benefits Twin Towers by offering a reliable
source of new dining services team members. Michele
Elsasser, Human Resources Manager at Twin Towers,
worked closely with Carpe Diem Dean of Students,
Yolanda Cooper to establish the work study program.
The student workers are involved in all aspects of the
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Students Mariah Hill,
Christopher Smith and
Shurvonna Paige
dining room experience. They assist in food preparation,
setting tables, serving meals and beverages and
clearing dishes. “The student-workers have been a great
addition to our Dining Services team. We are seeing
great results from this program all around and we are
excited to be able to continue to provide an exceptional
everyday experience in the Twin Towers dining room,”
says Michele. “The partnership with Carpe Diem has
generated a lot of excitement at Twin Towers and has
brought a great energy to our dining room!”
The Twin Towers/Carpe Diem Work Study program is off
to a great start. The inaugural class has been a success
and we look forward to welcoming a new class of
student workers in early May. We are excited to see the
continued growth and success of this program for both
Carpe Diem and Twin Towers.
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Be Part of Something Big:
Friends of Twin Lakes/
Twin Towers Auxiliary
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he Twin Towers Auxiliary has had a vital
role in the Twin Towers community since its
establishment in 1922. Likewise, the Friends of Twin
Lakes was established shortly after the first residents
moved in to the community. The focus of these important
groups is to improve the quality of life of Twin Towers’
and Twin Lakes’ residents by engaging volunteers to serve
in various areas of the community, to offer programs for
residents and their families, to assist in the Health Services
area and to overall enhance the lives of Twin Towers’ and
Twin Lakes’ residents.
We are blessed to have a diverse group of members
in the Friends of Twin Lakes and the Twin Towers
Auxiliary groups. Residents, family members, friends
of Life Enriching Communities and members of our
neighborhoods join together to have an extraordinary
impact on Twin Lakes and Twin Towers. The philanthropic
work done by these groups is outstanding! Our members
give not only of their treasure, through membership dues,
gift shop purchases, generous donations and more, but
they also give their time and talent. Throughout the year,
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the Friends of Twin Lakes
and the Twin Towers
Auxiliary hold numerous
events at our facilities
and also in our extended
neighborhood communities.
Top: Whale of a Sale –
Friends of Twin Lakes;
Bottom: Wilma Beigel
and Dawn Bruestle (l-r)
Membership in both the Friends of Twin Lakes and the
Twin Towers Auxiliary is steadily growing. This speaks to
the quality of the communities at Twin Lakes and Twin
Towers that the membership is growing so fast. “We are
so pleased with what these programs have become,”
says Molly Talbot, Vice President of Life Enriching
Communities Foundation. “We look forward to continued
growth.” If you or someone you know would like more
information on the Friends of Twin Lakes or the Twin
Towers Auxiliary, please contact Molly Talbot at
513-719-3540. We would love to add you to our mailing
list so you can be kept in the loop about upcoming events
and projects.
A “Great Living Cincinnatian”, Tom Wilburn!
he Cincinnati USA
Regional Chamber
honored Twin Lakes’ resident, Tom
Wilburn, as part of its 2015 class
of Great Living Cincinnatians.
Tom was the CEO of Bethesda
Hospitals for 24 years and was
the CEO of TriHealth from its
inception in 1995 until he retired
in 1998. Tom went on to serve
as director of the Bethesda
Foundation and as Chair Emeritus
of the Health Improvement Collaborative of Greater
Cincinnati. Tom Wilburn’s impact on various Health
Care organizations in Cincinnati has been significant.
He has been called a talented organizational planner
and strategist who helped establish the TriHealth
organization. Before mergers and collaborations were
common in the healthcare field, Tom was instrumental
in guiding the TriHealth formation. It has been said that
Cincinnati’s national reputation for being a pioneer of
modern healthcare is owed, in part, to the contributions
that Tom Wilburn made. In addition to his career at
Bethesda and TriHealth, Tom served on many national
and community boards, including as chairman of the
board of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, the
first ever from the health care sector. Last year he was
also honored with the Health Care Heroes Lifetime
Achievement Award. Tom is the second Twin Lakes
resident to receive this honor. Dr. Bea Lampkin received
this recognition in 2013. Life Enriching Communities
congratulates Tom on his Greatest Living Cincinnatian
honor and is proud to have him as part of the Twin Lakes
community!
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Gifts To Life Enriching Communities
On behalf of the residents of both Twin Towers and Twin Lakes who benefit from your gifts, we wish to express our
sincere appreciation to the individuals who contributed from August 16, 2014 through December 31, 2014. Your
generous support helped to fulfill our mission. Thank you for expressing your loving care to our residents with your
generous gifts.
A.J. Rahn Greenhouses
Ms. Anita Acomb
Mr. Artice L. Adams
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Adler
Ms. Courtney Alexander
Mrs. Miriam Allbee
Alpaca Paradise
Mr. and Mrs. Marc Althen
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Amedeo
American Endowment
Foundation
Analytical Graphics, Inc.
Miss Elisabeth T. Anger
Miss Margaret H. Anger
Mrs. Dorothy Angst
Dr. and Mrs. Stuart H. Anness
Donor Anonymous
Mr. and Mrs. Barton Anson
Mr. Thomas D. Anthony
Aroma’s Java & Gelato
Mrs. Debra D. Ashley
Ms. Kathryn Ashton
Mr. Robert N. Askew
Mrs. Virginia Audia
Auxiliary of Twin Towers
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Baker
Bakery Hill, Midwest Culinary
Institute at Cincinnati State
Mrs. Erin Baumer
Ms. Regina Bauscher
Mr. and Mrs. James Bechtold
Mr. Willard E. Becker
Mrs. Carol Becker
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beigel
Mrs. Elaine Benedict
Benjamin, Yocum & Jeather, LLC
Mr. and Mrs. James Berg
Mrs. Gertrude Bernet
Mrs. Joanie Bernet
Mrs. Chloe Bernius
Ms. Judy H. Billings
Ms. Quentasha Blackmon
Ms. Carol A. Blain
Mr. Ronald J. Block
Mrs. Marian B. Block
Mrs. Helen Bodden
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bolognini
Mrs. Mary Lou M. Bolton
Ms. Esther M. Bonkowski
Mrs. Kay Booher
The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
D. Boone
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bowersox
Mrs. Jacqueline Brand
Mrs. Gail I. Brannon
Mr. and Mrs. Alton L. Bray
Ms. Dotty Bridges
Ms. Kelly Brock
Mr. Joe Brosnahan
Mrs. Ella C. Brown
Ms. Lois Bruck
Mr. and Mrs. Larry J.
Brueshaber
Mrs. Cindy Bruestle
Mrs. Amy Brunner
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Mrs. Billie L. Bumgarner
Ms. Venita Buntin
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Burbank
Family
Rev. Paul M. Burden
Ms. Sandra Burgess
Mr. Conrad Burton
Mrs. Doris Burton
Dr. Paul Busam
Ms. Kathy Cable
Cambridge Charitable
Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Carroll
Ms. Joy Carstens
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Carter
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Casper
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M.
Cassidy
CEO Resources, Inc.
Mrs. Beverly L. Chandler
Charles H. Eger, M.D.
Ching Ventures LLC
Mr. Lewis Chizer
Mrs. Treon Christine
Cincinnati Marriott Northeast
Mrs. Betty Clancy
Ms. Patti Clancy
Ms. Merry Closson
Mrs. Marion Cobb
Mrs. Jean Cochran
Bishop Emerson Colaw
College Hill Community Urban
Redevelopment Corporation
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W.
Connor
Mr. Mike Cope
Ms. Christy Corder
The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Cordle
Ms. Denise Corrou
Mr. John W. Craig
Ms. Grace Crary-Kearney
Ms. Nancy Crull
Mrs. Marianna Cruse
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Culp
Ms. Barbara A. Culver
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Day
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Dean
Ms. Karma Decker
Mrs. Hazel Deffren
Mr. and Mrs. Tom DeGroff
Mr. Harold Delph
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Dick
Ms. Judy Dixon
Mrs. Vivian Dobur
Ms. Carol Dollenmeyer
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dooley
Ms. Ruth Drake
Mr. Thomas A. Ralston and Ms.
Jane D. Dreidame
Ms. R. Elaine Dreidame
Ms. Theresa Dubose
Mr. Jeff Dumas
Mrs. Mary Helen Dunham
Ms. Lynette Durant
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth T. Eiler
Ms. Bianca Elliott
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Elsaesser
Mrs. Connie Elsaesser
Mrs. Virginia M. Eversole
Exxon Mobil Corporation, u/t/o
A.M. Kelsey Bass
Ms. Charlotte Fair
Ms. Sarah Falk
Mr. Steven Falso
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
Mr. Ross A. Fife
Fifth Third Bank
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Fischer,
M.D.
Mrs. Maxine Fishwick
Mr. David A. Loy and Mrs. Joan
L. Fopma-Loy
Ms. Sandy Foreman
Mrs. Melissa Frampton
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Franchi
Mrs. Marilyn Frank
Ms. Mary Jane Frazier
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis L. French
Mrs. Margery A. Freshley
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A.
Fusakio
The Rev. Deborah E. Gamble
Ms. Edna H. Gangwisch
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Garten
Mrs. Janis Gaskill
Mrs. Jo Ann Gerdes
Dr. William Gerhardt
Ms. Diane L. Getz
Ms. Helen T. Gilioli
Givalike
Give With Liberty
Glory Farms
Ms. Betty S. Glover
Mrs. Eugenie Goggin
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Graham
Graydon Head & Ritchey LLP
Greater Cincinnati Foundation
Mr. William Greber
Mrs. Mary Green
Ms. Bertha Green
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Griesinger
Mr. Walter Griess
Mr. and Mrs. Troy W. Grimes
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Grover
Miss Elva L. Gscheidle
Mr. Scott Guerrero
Ms. Judith C. Haag
Ms. Frances Haas
Mrs. Phyllis J. Hafer
Hairline I & Nail Crafters
Dr. and Mrs. T. Richard
Halberstadt
Ms. Jessica Hall
Mrs. Jan Hamilton
Dr. and Mrs. James S. Hanchett
Mr. and Mrs. James Q. Haney
Mr. Dan Haney
Mrs. Laura Harrison
Mr. and Mrs. David Hartman
Harvey C Hubbell Trust
Ms. Candy Hasenstab
Mrs. Janet Hauck
The Rev. Mrs. Barbara and Mr.
Joseph Havlovic
Mrs. Eleanor Hayes
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Heilicser
Mrs. Pauline Heinisch
Mr. James A. Heismann
Mrs. Willena L. Henderly
Miss Roberta Hermesch
Ms. Daphne Hesse
Mrs. Evelyn W. Heyl
Dr. and Mrs. Roger M. Higley
Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Hildal
Mr. Michael Hill
Ms. Jana Holl
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony C.
Holtzapple
Mr. Jon Homer
Mrs. Elaine M. Horan
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G.
Howell
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Huber
Mrs. Katherine Huff-Gagai
Mrs. Martha G. Huheey
Mrs. Betty S. Hyler
Interact For Health
Ms. Lynn Iorfida
Mrs. Leigh Ismael
J. P. Oil Company, Inc. u/t/o
A.M. Kelsey Bass
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Jackson
Ms. Kathleen Jenkins
Ms. Vanessa Jennings
Mr. Scott Jividen
Mrs. Lois Johannigman
Mr. Roderquez Johnson
Mr. Russell Johnson
Mr. Todd Jones
Mr. Tom Jones
Mrs. Mary Jutze
Mrs. Gail W. Kagler
Kahny Printing Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill J. Karas
Mrs. Elizabeth Kelly
Mrs. Jean Kemper
Mr. John L. Kenrich
Kep Electric, Inc.
Ms. Debbie Kieviet
Mrs. Mildred Kincaid
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kingsbury
Mr. William M. Kite, Jr.
Mrs. Margaret W. Kite
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Klenk
Ms. Vivian Knight
Ms. Virginia Konerman
Ms. Holly Kutchera
Mrs. Vera E. Lambert
Dr. Bea Lampkin
Ms. Susan Larue
Mrs. Leah Lataille
Mrs. Betty J. Latimer
Mrs. Clotilda Lauch
Ms. Judy C. Lauck
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Mrs. Grace Ulm Lavrich
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lay
Dr. H. Fred Lee
Ms. Debbie Lies
Linda Caswell, Berry & Sons
Foundation Inc.
Mr. Andy J. Lipps
Mrs. Lois E. Little
Ms. Briandi Little
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Luiso
Mrs. Rose Marie Luking and
Mr. Dale L. Smotherman
Mrs. Barbara MacTaggart
Mr. and Mrs. Norvin L.
Mansfield
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Martini
Martinsville United Methodist
Church Women
Mrs. Noelle Masukawa
Mrs. Betty Mathias
Mr. James M. Mayer
Ms. Jeanne Mays
Ms. Eleanor McCombe
Mrs. Selina McDine
Mr. Kenneth L. McDonald
Mrs. Leslie McGhee
Ms. Teruko McGuire
Mr. George E. McLean
Mr. and Mrs. Loren McQueen
Mr. and Mrs. Scott M.
McQuinn
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur W.
Meissner
Mrs. Sharon A. Menke
Ms. Joan E. Mettey
Ms. Dorothy J. Mikuska
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Wynn A. Miller
Mrs. Margaret Miller
Mrs. Merial J. Miller
Mr. Howard A. Mills and Mrs.
Wilda Dunlop-Mills
Ms. Mary A. Minges
Mrs. Martha D. Mitchell
Mr. Ruben Molina
Ms. Holly Monroe
Mrs. Florence S. Moore
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Moore Jr.
Mrs. Ruth H. Motz
Mr. Mark Mountel
Rev. Jerry G. Mueller
Mr. Fred Muller
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Murray
My Tribute Gift Foundation, Inc.
Mr. Arjuna Narayana
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Nash
National Swimming Pool
Foundation
Mr. Larry Navarre
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Neal
NECA
Mr. Wayne A. Neely
Ms. Shawna Nenadov
Mr. Kevin Niehaus
Mrs. Mardie O’Connor
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C.
Oenbrink
Ms. Mary O’Hern
Mr. Rick Olano
Mr. and Mrs. William F.
O’Leary Sr.
Ms. Julie Osswald
Mrs. Patricia E. Ostasiewski
Ms. Pat Ostenkamp
Mrs. Caryl A. Osterhus
Ms. Angie T. Pang
Ms. Marjorie Paolino
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Parchman
The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. William
G. Patterson
Mrs. Ann Patty
Ms. Gwen Peerless
Mr. John R. Perry
Ms. Deborah Peterson
Mrs. Rhonda Ploeger
Miss Dorothy L. Plsek
PNC Bank
Mr. David F. Pohl
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Porter III
Ms. Betty Prescott
Mr. and Mrs. John Prickett
Ms. Vernell Prophett
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Qualley
Mrs. Helen Qualley
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L.
Quatman, Ph.D.
Mrs. Suzanne Querol
Quiet Benefits Agency
Ms. Sharron Randolph-Lewis
Mrs. Heather L. Ratz
Mrs. Barbara Reardon
Mr. Nick Rechtin
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Reigel
Mrs. Agnes Reilly
Mrs. Cate Reinert
Mrs. Joan Reiniger
Residents Council of Twin
Towers
Mr. Thomas Reusch
Mrs. Caroline C. Richards
Mrs. Carolyn Riegle
Mr. and Mrs. Vince Rinaldi
Mrs. Jean S. Rodgers
Ms. Betty Jean Roush
Rudino’s Sports Bar
Mr. Haydon Rudolf
Ms. Karen Ruff
Mr. Gregory Rumpke
Ms. Mary Rust
Ms. Fran Sabad
Dr. Leslie Sabo
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M.
Sallwasser
Ms. Cheryl A. Sallwasser
Mrs. Joan Scahill
Ms. Helena Schaareman
Mr. Earl A. Schmalz
Mrs. Rita Schnecke
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W.
Schneider
The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. David
Schneider
Ms. Helene Schrand
Mr. Shelagh J. Schuler
Mrs. Katharina Schulten
Mrs. Mary Schultze
Mr. and Mrs. H. David
Schuman
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Schwab
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
Schwandner
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A.
Schweiger
Mrs. Martha Seaman
Mrs. Louise A. Selden
Mr. Franklin Sell
Shamrock Pool Services, Inc.
Mr. Joe Shapiro
Mrs. Kathryn W. Sharp
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Shaw
Mrs. Ruth C. Shawver
Ms. Susan Shields
Shiloh United Methodist
Women
Ms. Sue Shouse
Dr. Mary Jane Showers
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald R.
Skidmore
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Slay
Mr. Willard Small
Miss Genevieve Smith
Mrs. Rosemary Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Snyder
Ms. Marilyn Spreen
Ms. Michelle Spruance
Mr. Kenneth Stahl
Mr. James Stallings
Ms. Marian Steele
Mrs. Barbara Steers
Ms. Lois M. Stephens
Ms. Juanita Stevenson
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Stibich
Ms. Beulah M. Stickle
Mr. Forrest Stivers
The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory
D. Stover
Mr. and Mrs. David F. Stratman
Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Sturm
Jr.
Mrs. Judith Suddendorf
Mr. Paul J. Sweetman
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Talbot
Ms. Molly A. Talbot
Mrs. Dorothy Tate
Mrs. Louise Tatgenhorst
Mrs. Stella A. Tertinsky
The Coggins Group at Morgan
Stanley Smith Barney
The Friendship Force of Greater
Cincinnati
The Kroger Company
The Charles M. Grant
Foundation
Mrs. Susan E. Thibodeau
Mr. and Mrs. L. Edward Thomas
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Thorpe
Ms. Brittany Throckmorton
Mrs. Janet Goldsberry Todd
Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Tomaselli
Ms. Jennifer Trabert
Mr. James Traynor
Ms. Joan Trick
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tuten
Twin Towers Chapel Fund
Twin Towers Christian
Fellowship
Twin Towers Sunday School
Class
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Uhrig
Ms. Julie Uhrig
United Methodist Women
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vaughan
Ms. Jackie R. Vidourek
Viox Services, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Vollmer
Ms. Mary Vossberg
Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Wallick
Ms. Helen Walter
Mrs. Avril Warren
Ms. Ashley Warren
Ms. Carol Warren
WCBC Limited Partnership
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Weber
Ms. Mary Jean Webster
Mr. Harvey Weitkamp
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wendling
Ms. Sonya Wenker
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew E.
Wessel
Mrs. Norma J. Westaway
Westwood United Methodist
Church Women
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew
Wetenkamp
Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. White
Mrs. Leaser Whitehead
Ms. Evelyn Widner
Mr. John E. Wild
Ms. Gwendolyn Wilder
Ms. Diane Wiles
Ms. Aldeen Wilford
Mrs. Virginia Wilhelm
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Williams
Ms. DeVona Williams
Dr. David Wilson
Ms. Jamila Wilson
Ms. Mindy Wilson
Ms. Mary Jean Wink
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wissel
Mr. Michael Witko
Ms. Donna Wocher
Mrs. Ann B. Wood
Chaplain Rebecca Woods
Ms. Barbara M. Wright
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Young
Mrs. Betty Zentmeyer
Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Zimmer
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Zinner
Ms. Kimberly Zupan
Betty J. Kenrich
Betty Kenrich
Marie Kent
Bill Kincaid
Jean A. Kostka
Warren Latimer
Lincoln G. Lauch
Catherine Leahy
Faye Lennard
Howard Little
Douglas Little
Paula and Jim Lucas
Edna Maertz
Doris Marsh
Clifford Mathias
Lillie Mattfeld
Mr. and Mrs. Charles May
Helen McArthur
Michael McCarthy
Vera McDonough
Jeanette McLean
Clara Lee Miller
Dean Mitchell
Thomas Moore
E. Louise Morrison
Sally Morse
Joseph S. Motz
Barbara Mueller
Elsie Muller
Gladys Myers
Wayne A. Neely
Frank and Emma Nelson
Arthur and Rose O’Leary
Harry Oppelt
Don Ostasiewski
James L. Osterhus
Patricia A. Perry
Phyllis Perry
June F. Pohl
Martha Price
Gabriel Querol
Ruth Radcliffe
Robert R. Reardon
Claire Rebel
Thomas Reilly
Herbert Reller
Agnes Rentz
Capt. Rodgers
Susan Rose
Alice Rudolf
Josef B. Rudolf
Mabel F. Rueger
Charles M. Sallwasser
John Scahill
Bill and Rita Schmitt
Charles Schmutte
Ruth Schrand
Schultze Family
Scott Family
Laura A. Seay
George L. Selden
Lillie Semple
Memorials and Honorariums
Contributions were made in memory of or in honor of the following:
In Memory Of
Amanda Anderson
Ernie Angst
James and Ethel Archer
Emmett Arnett
Warren Ashley
Mary Ashley
Janet Askew
Betty Askew
Samuel Audia
Arline R. Becker
Edwin Becker
George Bell
James Benedict
Robert G. Bernet
George Bernius
Stephen Bernius
Emily Blasberg
Ernest J. Block
Helen Bodden
Lillie Boian
John Bolton
John Thomas Bonkowski
Wendall Booher
Mark L. Boone
Harry and Anna Bosse
James Brand
Robert Braunschweig
Verrona Brennan
Peg Bridgeland
Billie L. Bumgarner
Roselyn Busam
Joseph and Mary Chihill
Virginia Chizer
Chadwick Christine
Don Clancy
Paul R. Clark
Helen Clendening
James R. Cobb
Dean Cochran
Jane Colaw
Bruce Cook
Tom Cordle
Jim Corrou
Sadie I. Crary
Donald Cruse
Bernard Davis
June Delph
Doris Diehl
Margaret Dittmar
Ruth Dreidame
John E. Dunham
Georgette Eichhorn
Irene and Bill Erhardt
Amelia Fleissner
Parents of French
Wendell W. Freshley
Friends - Jinny, Frances, Ruth
Ann, Mary K and Connie
Faye Garnett
Ray Gebhardt
Ruth Gerhardt
Helen Gilchrist
Edward P. Goggin
Mr. and Mrs. L.O. Graham
Joan Grimm
Adeline A. Guerrero
Marjorie S. Gulden
Dick Hauck
Charles Hayes
Roger W. Heather
Howard Heinisch
Mary J. Heismann
Lt. Henry
Gerald L. Heyl
George J. and Frances E.
Hickey
George J. Hickey, Jr.
Carol L. Hillsley
Marie Holden
Garnett Holl
June Hosick
Mary E. Hoult
John A. Huesing
Luella Huselton
John W. Hyler
Carl Johannes
Stephen Johannes
Mark Johannes
Robert Johannigman
Robert E. Jones
Shirley Jones
William Kagler
Rosemary Keily
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Charles Shawver
Mary Jane Showers
Dr. Simmons
Betty J. Small
Charlotte Smith
Martha E. Smith
Edison and Hannah Smith
Warren Spalding
Helen A. Spreen
Guy and Grace Stalnaker
Barbara N. Staudigel
Clarence Steele
Ray and Elsie Stibich
Richard Stickle
Bertha F. Stilwell
Lois E. Stivers
Louise C. Stone
Nancy Stopenhagen
Ruby Streaty
Willard Sweeder
Mark I. Sweeder
Minnie Talbot
John H. Tate
Martha Thorpe
William Toth
Albert and Mary Toth
Teresa Klosterman Toth
Mary M. Toth
Jacki Van Sant
Philip and Anna Vollmer
Douglas Walter
Edward Walter
Robert Werner
Florence H. Wesley
Anna Wessel
Curt Wilhelm
Tony Wink
Oleta F. Young
Roy M. Zentmeyer
Ms. Grace Crary-Kearney
Mrs. Marianna Cruse
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Dean
Mrs. Hazel Deffren
Mr. and Mrs. Tom DeGroff
Mr. Harold Delph
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Dick
Ms. Carol Dollenmeyer
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dooley
Ms. Ruth Drake
Ms. R. Elaine Dreidame
Mr. Thomas A. Ralston and Ms.
Jane D. Dreidame
Mrs. Mary Helen Dunham
Ms. Lynette Durant
Ms. Charlotte Fair
Mr. Steven Falso
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
Mr. Ross A. Fife
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Fischer,
M.D.
Mrs. Maxine Fishwick
Ms. Mary Jane Frazier
Mrs. Margery A. Freshley
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Fusakio
The Rev. Deborah E. Gamble
Ms. Edna H. Gangwisch
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Garten
Mrs. Jo Ann Gerdes
Dr. William Gerhardt
Ms. Diane L. Getz
Givalike
Ms. Betty S. Glover
Mrs. Eugenie Goggin
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Graham
Mrs. Mary Green
Mr. and Mrs. Troy W. Grimes
Miss Elva L. Gscheidle
Mrs. Phyllis J. Hafer
Dr. and Mrs. T. Richard
Halberstadt
Dr. and Mrs. James S. Hanchett
Mr. and Mrs. David Hartman
Mrs. Janet Hauck
Mrs. Eleanor Hayes
Mrs. Pauline Heinisch
Mr. James A. Heismann
Mrs. Evelyn W. Heyl
Dr. and Mrs. Roger M. Higley
Ms. Jana Holl
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony C.
Holtzapple
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Huber
Mrs. Betty S. Hyler
Mrs. Lois Johannigman
Mrs. Gail W. Kagler
Mr. and Mrs. Bill J. Karas
Mr. John L. Kenrich
Kep Electric, Inc.
Mrs. Mildred Kincaid
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kingsbury
Ms. Susan Larue
Mrs. Betty J. Latimer
Mrs. Clotilda Lauch
Ms. Judy C. Lauck
Mrs. Grace Ulm Lavrich
Ms. Debbie Lies
Mrs. Lois E. Little
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Luiso
Mrs. Betty Mathias
Ms. Jeanne Mays
Mrs. Selina McDine
Mr. George E. McLean
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur W. Meissner
Ms. Joan E. Mettey
Ms. Dorothy J. Mikuska
Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Wynn A. Miller
Mrs. Martha D. Mitchell
Mrs. Ruth H. Motz
Rev. Jerry G. Mueller
Mr. Fred Muller
My Tribute Gift Foundation, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Nash
National Swimming Pool
Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Neal
NECA
Mr. and Mrs. William F.
O’Leary Sr.
Ms. Julie Osswald
Mrs. Patricia E. Ostasiewski
Mrs. Caryl A. Osterhus
Ms. Marjorie Paolino
Mrs. Ann Patty
Ms. Deborah Peterson
Miss Dorothy L. Plsek
Mr. David F. Pohl
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Porter III
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L.
Quatman, Ph.D.
Mrs. Suzanne Querol
Mrs. Barbara Reardon
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Reigel
Mrs. Agnes Reilly
Mrs. Joan Reiniger
Mr. Thomas Reusch
Mr. and Mrs. Vince Rinaldi
Mrs. Jean S. Rodgers
Ms. Betty Jean Roush
Mr. Haydon Rudolf
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M.
Sallwasser
Mrs. Joan Scahill
Ms. Helena Schaareman
Mr. Earl A. Schmalz
Mr. Shelagh J. Schuler
Mrs. Mary Schultze
Mr. and Mrs. H. David Schuman
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Schwab
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
Schwandner
Mrs. Louise A. Selden
Shamrock Pool Services, Inc.
Mr. Joe Shapiro
Mrs. Kathryn W. Sharp
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Shaw
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Slay
Mr. Willard Small
Miss Genevieve Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Snyder
Ms. Marilyn Spreen
Ms. Marian Steele
Mrs. Barbara Steers
Ms. Lois M. Stephens
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Stibich
Ms. Beulah M. Stickle
Mr. Forrest Stivers
Ms. Molly A. Talbot
Mrs. Dorothy Tate
Mr. and Mrs. L. Edward Thomas
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Thorpe
Ms. Jennifer Trabert
Twin Towers Christian
Fellowship
Twin Towers Sunday School
Class
Ms. Jackie R. Vidourek
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Vollmer
Ms. Helen Walter
Ms. Carol Warren
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Weber
Mrs. Norma J. Westaway
Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. White
Mrs. Virginia Wilhelm
Ms. Mary Jean Wink
Ms. Barbara M. Wright
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Young
Mrs. Betty Zentmeyer
Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Zimmer
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Zinner
James and Beverly Hissom
Leigh Ismael
Ginger Johnson
Jean Kemper
Kemper Family
Margaret W. Kite
Jim and Laren Lay
Wilbur and Ruth Meissner
Ivan L. Moehle
Ruben Molina
Monday Night Prayer Group
Ruth H. Motz
Donald and Phyllis Neyer
Patricia E. Ostasiewski
Janet Overlay
Helen Qualley
Adam Shaffer
Evelyn A. Spaulding
Jane Sweeder
Gerald and Joan Talbot
Molly Talbot
L. Edward Thomas
Twin Towers Oil Painting Class
Twin Towers Pastoral Care
Contributions were made by the following:
Mr. and Mrs. Marc Althen
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Amedeo
Analytical Graphics, Inc.
Miss Elisabeth T. Anger
Miss Margaret H. Anger
Mrs. Dorothy Angst
Mrs. Debra D. Ashley
Mr. Robert N. Askew
Mrs. Virginia Audia
Mr. and Mrs. James Bechtold
Mr. Willard E. Becker
Mrs. Carol Becker
Mrs. Wilma Beigel
Mrs. Elaine Benedict
Benjamin, Yocum & Jeather, LLC
Mrs. Gertrude Bernet
Mrs. Chloe Bernius
Mrs. Marian B. Block
Mr. Ronald J. Block
Mrs. Mary Lou M. Bolton
Ms. Esther M. Bonkowski
Mrs. Kay Booher
Mrs. Jacqueline Brand
Mrs. Gail I. Brannon
Mrs. Ella C. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Burbank
Family
Dr. Paul Busam
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Carroll
Ms. Joy Carstens
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Cassidy
Charles H. Eger, M.D.
Mr. Lewis Chizer
Mrs. Treon Christine
Mrs. Betty Clancy
Mrs. Marion Cobb
Mrs. Jean Cochran
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Connor
The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Cordle
Ms. Denise Corrou
In Honor Of
Birth of Jesus
Billie L. Bumgarner
Emerson Colaw
Sam Dawson
Madelon C. Hall
Kara Hammond
Contributions were made by the following:
Auxiliary of Twin Towers
Mr. and Mrs. James Berg
Ms. Judy H. Billings
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Casper
Mrs. Marion Cobb
The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cordle
Ms. Denise Corrou
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Dean
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Ms. Ruth Drake
Ms. Leigh Ismael
Mr. David A. Loy and Mrs. Joan L.
Fopma-Loy
Mrs. Margery A. Freshley
Dr. and Mrs. T. Richard Halberstadt
Dr. and Mrs. James S. Hanchett
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Jackson
Mrs. Jean Kemper
Mr. William M. Kite, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur W. Meissner
Mrs. Merial J. Miller
Mr. Arjuna Narayana
Mr. and Mrs. William F. O’Leary Sr.
The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. William G.
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Ms. Betty Prescott
Mrs. Helen Qualley
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Qualley
Ms. Molly A. Talbot
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Uhrig
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Wallick
Angel Appeal
In Memory Of
Ernie Angst
Emmett and Frida Arnett
Sam Audia
Arline Becker
Edwin Becker
James H. Benedict
Bob Bernet
George Bernius
Stephen Bernius
Ernest Block
Lillie Boian
John T. Bonkowski
Wendall Booher
Anna and Harry Bosse
Verona Brennan
Roselyn Busam
Virginia Chizer
Helen Clendening
Tom and Harriet Cordle
Sadie Irene Crary
Bernard Davis
June Delph
Doris Diehl
Margaret Dittmer
Georgette Eischhorn
Irene and Bill Erhardt
Amelia Fleissner
Friends - Jinny, Frances, Ruth
Ann, Mary and Connie
Ruth Gerhardt
Mr. and Mrs. L.O. Graham
Marjorie Smith Gulden
Dick Hauck
Charles Hayes
Howard Heinisch
Mary Juanita Heismann
Jerry Heyl
Carol Hillsley
Garnett Holl
Luella Huselton
John Hyler
Carl, Stephen and Mark
Johannes
Shirley Jones
Catherine Leahy
Paula and Jim Lucas
Lillie Mattfeld
Mr. and Mrs. Charles May
Helen McArthur
Vera McDonough
Jeanette “Jimmie” McLean
Merial J. Miller
Louise Morrison
Frank and Emma Nelson
Harry and Loretta Oppelt
Norman Clifton Osswald
Don Ostasiewski
Martha Price
Thomas Reilly
Charles Sallwasser
Scott and Schultze Families
Laura Seay
George Selden
Mary Jane Showers
Betty Jo Small
Charlote Smith
Edison and Hannah Smith
Don Spaulding
Barbara Neal Staudigel
Clarence Steele
Richard Stickle
Lois B. Stivers
Ruth Meissner
Wil Meissner
Monday Night Prayer Group
Pastoral Care Department
Helen Qualley
Jane Sweeder
Jerry and Joan Talbot
Molly Talbot
Nancy Stopenhagen
Ruby Streaty
Mark Sweeder
Willard Sweeder
Minnie Talbot
Albert and Mary Toth
Mary Muncie Toth
Teresa Klosterman Toth
William Joseph Toth
Jacki Van Sant
Philip and Anna Vollmer
Douglas Walter
Edwin Walter
Anna V. Wessel
Tony Wink
Roy Zentmeyer
In Honor Of
Sam Dawson
The Kemper Family
Jim and Karen Lay
Twin Towers Oil Painting
Class and the Birth of Jesus
Contributions were made by the following in memory of and/or in honor of those previously listed:
Mrs. Dorothy Angst
Mrs. Virginia Audia
Mrs. Carol Becker
Mr. Willard Becker
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beigel
Mrs. Elaine Benedict
Mrs. Trudy Bernet
Mrs. Chloe Bernius
Mrs. Bernice Block
Ms. Esther Bonkowski
Mrs. Kay Booher
Dr. Paul Busam
Mr. Lewis Chizer
The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Cordle
Ms. Denise Corrou
Ms. Grace Crary-Kearney
Mr. Harold Delph
Ms. Ruth Drake
Mrs. Maxine Fishwick
Mr. William Gerhardt
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Graham
Miss Elva Gscheidle
Mrs. Christie Hanchett
Mrs. Janet Hauck
Mrs. Eleanor Hayes
Mrs. Pauline Heinisch
Mr. James Heismann
Mrs. Eveyln Heyl
Ms. Jana Holl
Mrs. Betsy Hyler
Mrs. Leigh Ismael
Mrs. Jean Kemper
Ms. Jeanne Mays
Mr. George McLean
Mrs. Ruth Meissner
Mr. Donald R. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Neal
Ms. Jilie Osswald
Mrs. Patricia Ostasiewski
Ms. Marjorie Paolino
The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. William
Patterson
Miss Dorothy Plsek
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Qualley
Mrs. Helen Qualley
Mrs. Agnes Reilly
Mrs. Audrey Sallwasser
Ms. Helen Schaareman
Mrs Mary Schultze
Mrs. Louise Selden
Mr. and Mrs David Shaw
Mr. Willard Small
Miss Genevieve Smith
Mrs. Eveyln Spaulding
Mrs. Marian Steele
Ms. Lois Stephens
Ms. Beulah Stickle
Mr. Forrest Stivers
Ms. Molly Talbot
Twin Towers Sunday School
Class
Ms. Jackie Vidourek
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Vollmer
Mrs. Helen Walter
Mrs. Norma Westaway
Ms. Mary Jean Wink
Mrs. Betty Zentmeyer
Rev. Wendell Freshley
Helen Gilchrist
Edward Goggin
Lyn Guerrero
Lt. Richard Henry
George J. and Frances E.
Hickey
George J. Hickey, Jr.
Marie Margaret Holden
Edna Holle
Mary Eleanor Hoult
Bob Johannigman
William Bill Popsie Kagler
Betty Kenrich
Bill Kincaid
Jean A. Kostka
Warren Latimer
Lincoln Lauch
Faye Lennard
Douglas Little
Howard Little
Bob McCombe
Clara Lee Miller
Rev. Father Frank Miller
Dean Mitchell
Cliff Mathias
Thomas Moore
Joseph Motz
Barbara Mueller
Elsie Marie Muller
Arthur and Rose O’Leary
James Osterhus
Pat Perry
Phyllis Perry
June Pohl
Dr. Gabriel J. Querol
Capt. Rodgers
Bill and Rita Schmitt
Charles Shawver
Dr. Simmons
Warren Spalding
Guy and Grace Stalnaker
Ray and Elsie Stibich
Louise Cobb Stone
Parents of Sonja and David
Stratman
Minnie Talbot
John H. Tate, Jr.
Martha Thorpe
The Torbeck Family
Ruth Ulm
The Vaughan Family
Dorothy Walter
Bob Werner
Florence Wesley
Curt Wilhelm
Ruth Motz
Jerry and Joan Talbot
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In Memory Of
Jim Archer
Rev. Warren Ashley
Betty Askew
Janet Askew
Emily Blasburg
John Bolton
Verona Brennan
Peg Bridgeland
Joseph and Mary Chihill
Chad Christine, Jr.
Donald Clancy
Jim Cobb
Dean Cochran
Donald L. Cruse
Parents of Lew and Pat French
In Honor Of
Campus Shop Volunteers
Contributions were made by the following in memory of and/or in honor of those previously listed:
Robert N. Askew
Mary M. Bolton
Ella Brown
John R. & Kristin Burbank
Gregory & Kim Carroll
Barbara Casper
Rebecca H. Cassidy
Treon Christine
Betty Clancy
Marion P. Cobb
Jean Cochran
Marianna H. Cruse
Lewis & Patricia French
Marge Freshley
Eugenie L. Goggin
Fran Haas
Nancy Hartman
Lois Johannigman
Gail W. Kagler
John Kenrich
Mildred Kincaid
Connie Kingsbury
Vera E. Lambert
Betty Latimer
Tillie Lauch
Grace Ulm Lavrich
Lois E. Little
Betty Mathias
Elanor McCombe
Joan E. Mettey
Martha Mitchell
Florence S. Moore
Ruth Motz
Jerry Mueller
Fred Muller
Henry and Marcella Oenbrink
Bill and Pauline O’Leary
Carol Osterhus
John Perry
David R. Pohl
Suzanne Querol
Joan Reiniger
Jean Rodgers
H. David and Kerri Schuman
Nancy Schwandner
Ruth Shawver
Melissa Slay
Mike Stibich
David and Sonja Stratman
Molly Talbot
Dorothy Tate
Edward and Pat Thomas
Janet G. Todd
Joe and Nancy Vaughan
Virginia Wilhelm
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