Issue One 2009 - ACH Child and Family Services

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Issue One 2009 - ACH Child and Family Services
ISSUE ONE 2009
2009 Board of Directors
Lou Ann Blaylock
Chair
Frank Anderson
Larry Autrey
Janis Brous
Suzanne Burt
Judy Cagle
Melisa Caston
Julie Davidson
Katie Farmer
Kathleen Hicks
Margaret Kramer
Kristen McClure
Greg Miller
Fred Moore
John Nash
Lynn Newman
Jim Rhodes
Robert Simpson
Lou Street
Brigit Thompson
Bertha Whatley
Gary Wright
EXTREME MAKEOVER
Made Possible by EXTREME FUNDRAISING
The Behavioral Care Program received a
much-needed facilities makeover in the
last months of 2008. Behavioral Care is
a residential program that operates in
the Wilson Building on ACH’s Summit
Campus. This program offers children,
ages 4-12, a safe and highly structured
home when moderate to severe
behavior problems prevent them from
living with their families, or in a less
structured placement. This program
provides basic and therapeutic
services in a safe and structured
residential environment that teaches
Behavioral Care Program facilities makeover includes renovations
adaptive behaviors, supports successful for living area.
child development, promotes family
reunification where possible, and secures the optimal level of living for each child.
The Behavioral Care Program can serve up to 10 boys and girls, ages 4-12, at any given
time. The average length of stay in this program is approximately nine months. A successful
discharge from this program includes significant improvements in behavior that will allow
a child to return home, or to a less restrictive environment. Twenty-three children were
served in this program in 2008.
2009 Foundation Board
Larry Autrey
Chair
Harry Brants
Vernon Bryant
Sherrie Cyrier
Mark Johnson
Susan Rose
This fabulous renovation consisted of mostly cosmetic improvements. All of the children’s
bathrooms were upgraded with new tile and fixtures, and the showers and bathtubs now
shine like new after being professionally resurfaced. All of the children’s bedrooms received
new flooring, a fresh coat of paint, new bedding and window treatments. Each living area
also received a fresh coat of paint, new carpet, window coverings and furniture.
During the renovations, the children were temporarily relocated to the Alice B. Walker
Building on the Summit Campus. Upon arriving in the newly renovated Wilson
building, one child remarked, “Wow, it’s the same, only better!”
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In This Issue:
Extreme Makeover...................................1
2008 Holiday Recap......................................8
Volunteer Highlights..............................4
Donor Appreciation and Tributes.............10
Working Smarter..................................5
Trainings and Luncheons..........................16
Wichita Campus Groundbreaking....6
…Extreme Fundraising
The Behavioral Care Program makeover was made possible because of some
extraordinary fundraising by the 2008 Hoot ‘n Holler Committee. The Hoot ‘n Holler
Committee, co-chaired by Janis Brous and Joanie Darden, sold out Hoot ‘n Holler
again this year and doubled the anticipated revenue for the event.
The Hoot ‘n Holler 2008 Committee presents
ACH with a check for $320,000. Pictured, L to R:
Wayne Carson, Joanie Darden and Janis Brous.
So many generous supporters contributed to
the success of the 2008 Hoot ‘n Holler. The
efforts of the committee, combined with
the support of the community, generated
over $300,000 to benefit the residential
programs of All Church Home. These
funds provided critical operating revenue
for all of ACH’s residential programs and
the much-needed renovations for the
Behavioral Care Program.
Over 300 patrons enjoyed a wonderful fall
evening atop the Reata Restaurant and were
treated to another great Reata feast! After dinner, partygoers enjoyed the Four Day
Weekend Comedy Improv Show and some great jazz music at the Reata Rooftop Bar.
Hoot ‘n Holler 2008 Committee: Judy Eagle, Joanie Darden,
Janis Brous, Michelle Coslik, Judy Cagle, Valerie Stocker,
Lou Street, Sue Chalk, Debi Hicks, Monique Decker, Laurie
DeBord, Vivian Ferguson, Melissa Goodroe, Julie Hayes
and Kay Carpenter.
ous & Joanie and
Sam and Janis Br
Toby Darden.
John Lockey, Morgan Mallick, Gabby
Valerie and Michael Mallick.
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Mallick,
Mike and Letty Waltrip & Laura and
Greg Bird.
Congratulations to Shannon Hart, winner of
the Casa Hyder Raffle
New to the 2008
Hoot ‘n Holler
was the addition
of the Casa
Hyder Raffle.
The use of the
Hyder Home in
San Miguel de
Allende, Mexico
was generously
donated to ACH
by Martha Hyder and Whitney Hyder More to help
raise money for the Hoot ‘n Holler event. Over 250
tickets were sold and the winner was announced
during dinner at Hoot ‘n Holler!
Shannon and 19 of her closest friends will now
be able to enjoy a week in the beautiful Mexican
artists’ community.
Special thanks to Whitney Hyder More and
Martha Hyder for generously donating a week’s
use of the Hyder Home for the raffle.
Lloyd and Rhonda
Walsh and family
.
Cami Goff, Julie Hayes and Laura Bird.
Janis Brous and Joanie Darden
Event Chairs
EVENT COMMITTEE
Susan Ayers
Laura Bird
Anne Marie Bratton
Judy Cagle, Honorary Chair
Kay Carpenter
Sue Chalk
Georgina Condrey
Michelle Coslik
Sharon Crockett
Kim Darden
Julie Davidson
Laurie DeBord
Hiliary Decker
Monique Decker
Judy Eagle
Vivian Ferguson
Cami Goff
Melissa Goodroe
KINGS OF
• Crystelle Waggoner Charitable Trust,
Bank of America, Trustee
• Joanie and Toby Darden
• Marsha and John Kleinheinz
• Kim and Glenn Darden
& Cami and John Goff
COMEDY
• Leo Potishman Foundation,
JP Morgan Chase Bank N.A., Trustee
• Kelly and Chip Wagner
• Rhonda and Lloyd Walsh
GIGGLERS
• Julie and Glenn Davidson
• Fort Worth Energy
COMEDIANS
• Sue and John Allen Chalk
• Melissa and David Goodroe
• Georgina and Cliff Condrey
• Shannon and James Haddaway
& Marisa and Wesley Moncrief
• Jean and Stan Harrell
• Laurie and Don DeBord
• Shannon and Mark Hart
& Lou and Malcolm Street
• QuikTrip
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JOKERS
Laura and Greg Bird
• Cynthia and Terry Siegel
Michelle and Stephen Coslik
• Kay Carpenter and Tom Turet
Vivian and Robert Ferguson
& Monique and Doug Decker
Futurenet Solutions, Inc.
& Debi and Brent Hicks
Julie and Jay Herd
• Sheila and William Uhr
Valerie and Michael Mallick
• Walsh Foundation
• XTO Energy
EVENT COMMITTEE
Shannon Haddaway
Shannon Hart
Julie Hayes
Julie Herd
Debi Hicks
Marsha Kleinheinz
Valerie Mallick
Susan Miller, Honorary Chair
Terri Minor
Marisa Moncrief
Whitney Hyder More
Anna Melissa Philpott
Cynthia Siegel
Valerie Stocker
Lou Street
Kelly Wagner
Anna Jean Walsh
HUMORISTS
Alcon Laboratories, Inc.
• LINBECK
AmeriCredit
• Louella and Nicholas Martin
Janis and Sam Brous
• Susan and Jeff Miller
Judy and Jerry Cagle
• Pier 1 Imports
Hiliary and Jay Decker
• The Roach Foundation
& Julie and Jay Hayes
• Virtuoso
• Judy and Jim Eagle
• Anna Jean and Richard Walsh
• Missy Gale & Associates
• Karen Watkins
• Colleen and Preston Geren
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Kelley Royer and Judy Eagle.
Susan Ayers, Erin Daily, Shannon Haddaway
and Sarah Clemons.
Thank you to all of those who responded
to the committee’s request for support
of the event and the newly-announced
Children’s Fund.
Friends
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce James
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kleinheinz
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby D. Whitt
Champions
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walsh
Neighbors
Ms. Constance L. Blake
Mr. Bryan Charles
Mr. David W. Covert
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Garrett
Mr. Edgar Keltner, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Vic Letbetter
Mentors
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Bratton
Mr. and Mrs. Leland A. Hodges, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Judd
Advocates
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Cashion
Mr. and Mrs. J. Alan White
Other Contributions
Mrs. Susan Ayers
Mrs. Janice C. Boswell
Ms. Roxanne J. Boyd
Mr. Alfred R. Bradshaw
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Christie
Mrs. Carolyn Clayton
Mr. Richard T. Collier
Mrs. Sharon Crockett
Mrs. Gretchen B. Denny
Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Ellis
Mr. Patrick Grisson and
Ms. Jenny Pace
Mr. and Mrs. Larry F. Heath
Mr. David Hebenstreit
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Janes
Ms. Catherine M. Khaled
Mrs. Elaine Michero
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore
Mr. and Mrs. Cam Newman
John and Cami Goff.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Patterson
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Penny, Jr.
Ms. Emmy Lou Prescott
Mrs. Patricia Pruvis
Ms. Gail Rawl
Mr. and Mrs. Fred N. Reynolds
Mrs. Rosalyn G. Rosenthal
Mr. Barry G. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thomas
Dr. and Mrs. William E. Tucker
Mrs. Duer Wagner, Jr.
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Volunteer Highlights
Volunteers Make Holidays Special
Over 160 volunteers helped make Christmas 2008 special for the children and
families served by All Church Home. Throughout the month of December,
volunteers decorated Christmas trees, hosted parties, sorted and wrapped gifts, and
helped with after-holiday
cleanup. It was wonderful
to have so much support at
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such a busy time of the year. selected gift for his loved ild wrap a carefully
one.
We are very grateful for each
volunteer who came to help – in good weather and in bad. Their gifts of
time, talent and cheerful spirits truly made a difference.
At this year’s Santa’s
Workshop parties, children
and youth in the ACH
Maggie Till, Jake Skinner, Cresson Haugland and Valerie
residential programs once
Skinner sort gifts.
again had the opportunity to
“shop” for presents for their family members. Volunteers helped set up and decorate
for the parties, assisted the children with selecting and wrapping gifts, helped
children decorate Christmas stockings and Santa hats, and stayed to clean up.
Volunteers also provided many hours of service sorting and organizing gifts to
ensure that each child received the designated gifts on his/her wish list.
Volunteers Keep Care Closet Organized
Shirley Belcher, Mary Gardner, Betty Muhlenbeck and
Maxine Orr provided volunteer support during Christmas, but
they have also
been helping
in the Care
Closet for several
months. In
September, their
Bible study group
asked if they
could volunteer
at ACH on a
Mary Gardner, Maxine Orr, Betty Muhlenbeck and Shirley regular basis.
Belcher keep the Care Closet neat and organized.
We had just the
right job for these energetic ladies with servant hearts. Their
volunteer hours have kept the Care Closet neatly arranged
for ACH clients with basic clothing needs. Each month, they
sort and organize new and gently-used clothing that has been
donated to ACH. We are very fortunate to have such dedicated
volunteers who are willing to help where the need is the
greatest. Thank you, ladies, for your time, warm hearts, and
never-ending smiles.
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Beth Straley organizes gifts.
Volunteers Needed
The next Safe Place Site Check Days are Friday, May 1 and
Saturday, May 2. Individual and group volunteers are needed
to visit area Safe Place sites to ensure that Safe Place signs and
materials are properly displayed and site employees are informed
and trained on response procedures. These periodic site checks
ensure that youth receive immediate services in times of
crisis. A small commitment of your time can mean a world of
difference to a youth in crisis.
The Safe Place program provides immediate safety and assurance
to youth and is a critical access point for crisis intervention
services. If you would like more information about the program,
please contact Jennifer Williams, Safe Place Coordinator,
at 817.886.7158 or [email protected] For more
information about volunteering, please contact Valerie
Valentine-Heath, Volunteer Coordinator, at 817.886.7101 or
[email protected]
A description of all volunteer opportunities and
the volunteer process can be found on our
Web site at www.allchurchhome.org.
Working Smarter
by Dr. Wayne Carson, CEO
Research studying how to best help children overcome the effects of child abuse
and neglect points almost universally to the importance of family involvement.
Successful outcomes are much more likely when children continue to live
with family members or live in a family setting. This may sound strange, given
that abuse usually occurs at the hand of a family member; however, even in
severe cases of abuse, it is rare that all family members are dangerous. Often,
with support, family members can provide safe homes for children, if they work
together and if the abusive person is removed, trained, or treated.
For nearly three years, ACH has contracted with the Texas Department of Family
and Protective Services to deliver an innovative approach to help keep children
safe in families where abuse has occurred. This program, called Family Group
Conferencing (FGC), offers an exciting alternative to traditional child welfare
responses. Instead of simply placing children in foster care to protect them, a Family Group Conference aims to
mobilize an entire family, using their skills and resources, to protect their children.
The key here is engaging the entire family, including aunts, uncles, grandparents,
adult siblings, and any other available relatives who have an interest in protecting
Engaging and
these young children. In an FGC, the family and the state workers meet together
mobilizing families
to create a plan which will keep children safe with family members. These
meetings are facilitated by a trained ACH facilitator.
to protect their
It is not unusual for an FGC to involve 10-15 people. Due to the importance
of developing a strong plan, and the intensity of emotion often present in the
meetings, a typical FGC lasts for 3-5 hours. Food is served, ideas are discussed
and, at the end of the meeting, a plan is developed. If the family creates a strong
and enforceable safety plan which is approved by the state workers, children will
be allowed to remain with a family member, and the state worker will monitor
the situation and arrange for needed treatment services.
own children is an
important strategy
for the future of
child welfare.
Under this contract with TDFPS, ACH has facilitated over 125 Family Group Conferences. A state-wide study
of the program indicated children had shorter lengths of stay in placement and greater rates of reunification with
family when family members participated in this program. This has resulted in a win-win situation both for the
state and for children. The “win” for the state is that state dollars are not spent on unnecessary days in placement.
The more important “win” is for the children, who are better able to overcome their abuse because they receive
treatment while surrounded by family members working together to protect them.
Creative responses to challenging problems are essential to best help children realize their incredible potential.
Engaging and mobilizing families to protect their own children is an important strategy for the future of child welfare.
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Wichita Campus Groundbreaking
All Church Home for Children officially broke ground on its new Wichita Campus on a beautiful December afternoon with several
hundred friends, donors, guests, staff, and local, state and national dignitaries in attendance. The ceremony marked the start of the
renovation of what will be the organization’s new main campus at 3600 Wichita Street in southeast Fort Worth.
Fort Worth Mayor Mike Moncrief, U.S. Congresswoman Kay Granger, U.S. Congressman Michael Burgess, and Fort Worth
Mayor Pro Tem Kathleen Hicks were on hand to help “turn the dirt” for the celebration. Each official spoke about ACH’s long
history of serving children and families, and the importance of ACH relocating to an area of Fort Worth that will be undergoing
revitalization in future years. Congressman Burgess donated a flag that had flown over the U.S. Capitol.
“Today’s celebration marks the official start of this exciting project that will allow ACH to ultimately serve more than 450 additional
children and families each year,” said Dr. Wayne Carson. “Without the incredible generosity of Valerie and Michael Mallick and their
donation of 19.3 acres to ACH, this project would simply not be moving forward at this time,” Dr. Carson continued. “Our board and
staff are extremely grateful for the Mallicks’ commitment to the community and to ACH.”
Construction has already begun on a perimeter brick wall
that will surround the property. In 2009, renovations on the
Program Office Building and Chapel will occur, with plans
to relocate the staff and programs currently operating from
the Broadway Campus to the Wichita Campus by the end
of the year.
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Wichita Campus Project Donors
All Church Home for Children would like to acknowledge these generous gifts to the Wichita Campus Project.
Ms. Ann E. Ahearne
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Gary C. Jack
In honor of Lynn B. Newman
Ms. Nancy R. Ryan
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Ms. Madell Bailey
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Keil
Mr. and Mrs. Marc B. Smith, Jr.
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Baird
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ball
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Dr. Karen Barlow
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mrs. Carolyn K. Batts
In memory of
Mary Frances St. John
Gregory A. & Laura E. Bird Foundation*
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Blackmon, Jr.
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Ms. Roxanne J. Boyd
In memory of
Mary Frances St. John
Ms. Melisa Caston
Dr. and Mrs. Ramiro D. Cavazos
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Ms. Sylvia Cearley
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Will A. Courtney
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cyrier
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. Carl B. Downs
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Dozier
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Foose
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Ms. Jacqueline S. Frazer
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mrs. Nancy R. Gillis
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mrs. Joe E. Gracey
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Dr. Jacqueline Greuling
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griffin
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. F.S. Gunn
Mrs. Sam B. Hulsey
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Keller
In honor of Lynn B. Newman
Mr. John Keller and Dr. Annette Keller
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby G. Kouri
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Leeman*
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Ms. Martha V. Leonard
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. Robert Littlejohn
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Michael and Valerie Mallick
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McCleery
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. F.J. Milan
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Morris
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. James Murray
Mr. and Mrs. Cam Newman
Mr. and Mrs. Cam Newman
In honor of Laura S. Jack
Ms. Kelly Strader
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tate
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. J. David Tracy
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ulyshen
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. Gary D. Urie
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. VanderVoort
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Vigness
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mrs. Beverly Bird Wallace
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mrs. Beverly Bird Wallace
In memory of Emily W. Downs
Mrs. Vivienne B. Williams
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Jamshyd M. Zadeh
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Cam Newman
In honor of Kelly B. Keller
Dr. and Mrs. Donald Pentecost
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mrs. W. H. Pharis, Jr.
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Ms. Eleene Pippin
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mrs. Marilyn M. Proctor
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mrs. Patricia Purvis
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Pyeatt
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Y. Ray
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Jack G. Roach
In memory of Mary Frances St. John
*Denotes multiple gifts during the giving period.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this list. If an error has occurred, please accept our sincerest apologies
and let us know of our mistake by contacting Beth Zimmerman at [email protected] or 817.886.7115.
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2008 Holiday Season Thanks to hundreds of generous supporters an
The Giving of Thanks
Over 150 foster parents, staff and clients of the five ACH residential programs came together to celebrate Thanksgiving. A potluck
meal, songs, skits and fellowship contributed to a wonderful Thanksgiving celebration. After dinner, Toby Owen, Vice President of
Residential Services, asked for volunteers to share what they were thankful for
this year. Dozens of children quickly raised their hands…
“I’m thankful for a place to sleep
and people that care.”
– sixteen-year-old Emergency Youth Shelter client
“I’m thankful for my mom.”
– four-year-old boy who lives with his mother in the Families Together program
Not-So-Secret Santas
Hundreds of donors contributed gifts of toys, clothing and cash, and sponsored parties to benefit more than
200 clients and their families. Thank you!
Individuals
Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Autrey
Mr. Wilson Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Angel Bogans*
Mr. and Mrs. Jon Bonnell
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Brentlinger
Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Christiansen
Mr. Michael E. Costanza
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn K. Davidson
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas A. DiGirolamo
Ms. Carole Farmer
Ms. Ruth Foy
Congresswoman Kay Granger
Ms. Kristine Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hawkins
Mansfield Girls Softball Association donates gifts.
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Santa arrives for the Autobahn Motor Car
Group Christmas party.
Ms. Nina Hyre*
Mr. Bob Jackson
Ms. Felicia Johnson
Ms. Tara Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Jones Jr.
Mr. Mike Kearby
Mr. and Mrs. Chad Keeney
Ms. Jennifer Kinch
Ms. Dee Layton
Ms. Barbara Livingston
Martinez Family
Ms. Tanja McClain
Ms. Eulalia Meredith
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Michalove
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moon
Ms. Linda Nuzum
Mrs. Pat O’Neal*
Ms. Christi O’neal
Ms. Susie Reyes
Ms. Wesley Snyder
Mr. Steve Stanfield
Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Stocker III*
Ms. Beth Straley*
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. Isiah Thompson, Jr.
Mr. Corbett Walker and Ms. Lori Buckelew
Dr. Ruth Wiley and Family
Mrs. Barbara Wood*
The pizza is delicious at the Autobahn Motor Car
Group Christmas party.
nd volunteers, the clients of All Church Home were treated to another wonderful holiday season.
“I’m thankful for my
new family.”
– twelve-year-old behavioral care client about
his soon-to-be adoptive family
“I’m thankful for my
house parents.”
– eleven-year-old girl who lives in the
Wedgwood Residential program
All Church Home for Children thanks those who make protecting children and keeping
families together possible: clients, staff, donors, volunteers and foster parents. Without their
combined efforts, life would be much harder for children and families in crisis in this community.
Corporations, Foundations and Organizations
Hill School
Historic Fort Worth, Inc.
Jetta Operating Company, Inc.
Linbeck Group, LP*
Mansfield Girls Softball Association*
Manuel Auto Group
Marketing Management, Inc.
Morgan Development and Supply LTD
North Central Ballet
Pier 1 Imports
Everyone gathers for dinner at Santa’s Workshop.
ABC Bus Company
Alpha Phi Sigma - TCU
Autobahn Motorcar Group
Christmas for Children
Coldwell Banker
Dunn Elementary School
Dyck O’neal, Inc.
Epsilon Lambda of Delta Kappa Gamma*
Fort Worth Dance Center
Fort Worth Founder Lions Club
Fort Worth Lodge 124 B.P.O. Elks
Fortson Oil Co.
Volunteers of all ages helped at Santa’s Workshop.
Volunteers from Citi Assurance Services decorate
and set up for Santa’s Workshop.
Prescott Realty Group
Robert Hammer and Associates
Rogers Capital Management
Steve Hawkins Custom Homes
Texas Capital Bank
U.S. Ply Inc.*
Virtuoso, Ltd.
Warrantech Corporation
Weaver and Tidwell, LLP
Westworth Church of Christ
Zip Realty, Inc.
Special Thanks to our Christmas Party Sponsors
Autobahn Motor Car Group
Fort Worth Lodge 124 B.P.O. Elks
LINBECK
Mrs. Pat O’Neal*
Steve Hawkins Custom Homes
Dub and Valerie Stocker*
Virtuoso, Ltd.
Weaver and Tidwell
Julie Davidson and YPO Women’s Forum Group
*Denotes multiple gifts during the giving period.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this list. If an error has occurred, please accept our sincerest apologies
and let us know of our mistake by contacting Tammy Gass at [email protected] or 817.886.7107.
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Gifts That Make a Difference
Thank you to our friends who have made monetary and in-kind contributions to All Church Home for Children between October 1,
2008 and December 31, 2008. These pages are dedicated to you, our donors and supporters. You have given the gift of hope to
children, youth and families struggling with life’s challenges.
Individuals
Ms. Karen Adams
Ms. Ann E. Ahearne*
Mr. and Mrs. Lazarus Albert
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson
Ms. Janet Anna
Mrs. Doris Autrey
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Baird
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker
Mr. Anthony Barr*
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Barrow
Ms. Anne L. Biegel
Ms. Constance L. Blake
Ms. Lou Ann Blaylock
Mr. and Mrs. Angel Bogans*
Ms. Shannon Bolin
Dr. Karl Brandenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Brandon, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Braymen
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Brentlinger
Ms. Ovetta D. Brewer*
Mr. Joe Frank Briseno
Ms. Linda Brock*
Mr. and Mrs. Sol I. Brody*
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Browder*
Ms. Greven Brown*
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Bryan
Mr. Zachary Bryan
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Bunting*
Mr. Brent F. Burris*
Ms. Sherrie S. Carlson*
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Cashion
Ms. Melisa Caston
Mr. Barry M. Chester
Mr. Perry J. Christenberry
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Christie
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Clark*
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Clark
Mrs. Carolyn Clayton
Mr. Gregory T. Clifton*
Mr. and Mrs. William O. Coats
Mr. James E. Coleman, Jr.
Ms. Mattie Compton
Mr. and Mrs. Will A. Courtney
Mr. David W. Covert
Ms. Laura Crawford*
Ms. Mary Lee Cruz
Ms. Rosalie Cyrier
Mr. Gary Dalton
Mr. Mike Johnston
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn K. Davidson
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Jolivette, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. DeBerry
Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Jones Jr.
Mrs. Eleanor Delzell
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Judd
Mr. Michael G. Dewey
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Keil
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas A. DiGirolamo, Jr.
Mr. Edgar Keltner, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs.
Ms. Catherine M. Khaled
Michael Dike
Ms. Kay Kimbrough
Mrs. Linda G. Dillow*
Ms. Malinda L. Kimbrough
Mrs. Marcia K. Ditto
Ms. Barbara K. Kinard*
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kleinheinz
Paul B. Dobbs, Jr.
Dr. G. F. Dominiak
Dr. and Mrs.
Maynard Dyson*
Mr. Gregory Egbert*
Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Ellis
Mr. Michael J. Farrell
Mr. Stanley Flowers*
Ms. Brenda Frank
Mrs. H. A. Fussell
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Galupi*
Ms. Tammy Gass
Mr. and Mrs. Gary F.
Goble
Members of the Speedway Children’s Charities Board of Directors
Mr. Mike Godinez
recently presented ACH with a $20,000 grant to support the Residential
Mr. and Mrs. Elliot S.
Services Program. Pictured, L to R: Sparky, Troy Moncrief, Beth
Goldman*
Zimmerman, Eryn Zimmerman, Bill Walker and Dean Guyton.
Mr. Grant Goldman
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Goode
Mr. and Mrs. Ron H. Knight
Mr. Steven J. Gordon
Mr. Russell A. Laird*
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Graham
Mrs. Francis W. Laughbaum
Dr. Steven E. Greer and
Mr. and Mrs. Dana Lauritsen
Dr. H. Deborah L. Pennett
Mr. Alfred Hewlette Lea, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Haertner
Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Lehman
Mr. and Mrs. Larry F. Heath
Mr. and Mrs. Vic Letbetter
Mr. David Hebenstreit
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Level*
Mr. and Mrs. David L. Herfel
Mr. Patrick S. Leverett*
Mr. and Mrs. Leland A. Hodges, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Linscott
Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Hodgson
Mr. Craig Lloyd
Ms. Anita Horky
Mr. and Mrs. Lucio Loredo
Mr. Daryl Horton
Mrs. Annette Lowry
Mr. Christopher Ingersoll*
Mrs. Mary Markland
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Janes
Mr. John Martin, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Brian D. Jenke
Ms. Patricia Mast*
Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Johnson
Ms. Adryce E. Mathisen
*Denotes multiple gifts during the giving period.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the names listed. We apologize if an error or omission has occurred.
Please contact the Development Department at 817.335.4673 to make us aware of our mistake.
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Ms. Gina Mendez
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Michalove
Mr. Aaron Miller
Mr. and Mrs. B. Thomas Miller, Jr.*
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Milrany
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore
Mr. and Mrs. Luke Morey
Ms. Cathy L. Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Mosher
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Myers
Ms. Barbara Naish*
Mr. John Nash*
Mr. Raymond Newby*
Mr. and Mrs. Cam Newman
Mr. and Mrs. John G. O’Connor
Mr. and Mrs. Michael O’Mara
Mrs. Pat O’Neal*
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ortiz
Mr. Patrick Grisson and Ms. Jenny Pace
Mr. and Mrs. James Paris
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Paslay
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Patterson
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Penny, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Perkins
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Perry
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Phillips
Ms. Linda Presley
Mr. John Pruitt
Ms. Linda Ragsdale
Ms. Patti Randle*
Ms. Gail Rawl
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Renfro
Ms. Susie Reyes
Mr. and Mrs. Fred N. Reynolds
Mr. Donald E. Reynolds
Mr. and Mrs. Jim G. Rhodes
Mr. and Mrs. Rick Roark
Mrs. Mary R. Robinson
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Roetschke
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Rose, Jr.
Mrs. Rosalyn G. Rosenthal
Dr. Joan Rycraft
Mr. Martin Santos*
Ms. Dixie Seaman
Mr. and Mrs. James Severin
Mr. Peter M. Shultz
Mr. Barry G. Smith
Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Sorokolit, D.D.S.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stien
Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Stocker III*
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas*
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thomas*
Mr. and Mrs. Isiah Thompson, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Topel
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley J. Travis*
Dr. and Mrs. William E. Tucker
Mr. Emmanuel J. Umosen*
Ms. Sandra Kay Vallance
Mr. Asifali I. Valliani*
Mrs. Katheryn Votaw
Mrs. Duer Wagner, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Wallace
Ms. Deanna L. Washburn*
Mr. and Mrs. J. Alan White
Ms. Kathy Williams
Ms. Nicole D. Williams
Ms. Lori Winter*
Ms. Lucille Wolfe
Mr. Joseph Wood
Mrs. Barbara Wood
Mr. Gary L. Wright
Corporations, Foundations and Organizations
Agape Community Fellowship Church
All Saints Episcopal School
American Health Underwriters, Inc.
Bick’s Construction, Inc.
Birdie Hartsough Frey Memorial Fund
Cash America International
Colonial Country Club Charitable Fund
of the Community Foundation of
North Texas
Epsilon Lambda of Delta Kappa Gamma
Fort Worth Founder Lions Club
GoodSearch
Gregory A. & Laura E. Bird Foundation
Kapp & Miller, PC
Kubes Jewelers
Legacy Christian Fellowship Mission
Linbeck Group, LP*
Mansfield Girls Softball Association
Morgan Development and Supply LTD
Nancy and John Snyder Foundation*
New Hope Lutheran Church
Omni American Bank
Pier 1 Imports
Polytechnic United Methodist Women
Presbyterian Women of First
Presbyterian Church
Propel Group, Inc.
QuikTrip*
Reata Restaurant
Ridglea Christian Church*
River Oaks Masonic Lodge #1311
Shared Community Benefit Foundation*
Speedway Children’s Charities
The Morris Foundation
Tom Thumb Good Neighbor Program
U.S. Ply Inc.
Virtuoso, Ltd.
Vivienne Redlich Charitable Trust
Weaver and Tidwell, LLP
Wells Fargo, Fort Worth
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson
Michelle and Pat Needham
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Andrews
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Associates in Oral Maxillofacial
Surgery, P.A.
Dr. John Hayes DDS
Melody and Bobby Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome W. Lubin
Charles and Georgia Baker
Michael and Valerie Mallick
Mr. and Mrs. James Barber
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Barham
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Mr. and Mrs. Barclay Berdan
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Honorariums
In Honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Neils Agather,
Bradley and Lorane
Janie and George Beggs III
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Alcorn,
Samuel and Peter
Ms. Sue Robinson
Ms. Virginia Anderson
Craddock Moving and Storage
*Denotes multiple gifts during the giving period.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the names listed. We apologize if an error or omission has occurred.
Please contact the Development Department at 817.335.4673 to make us aware of our mistake.
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Mr. and Mrs. James R. Biggins
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Laura and Greg Bird
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Roberts
Victor and Pamela Bissonette
Michael and Valerie Mallick
D’Ann and Bill Bonnell
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Borgers
Mr. Jon Bonell
Spectrum Group
Wes and Deirdre Cunningham
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome W. Lubin
Dick and Cheryl Curry
Ms. Camille Curry
Ms. Deedie Curry
Ms. Camille Curry
Ms. Suzanne Daniels
Craddock Moving and Storage
Joanie and Toby Darden
Anna Jean and Richard Walsh
The Craig Davis Family
Mrs. Joe E. Gracey
Steven E. Dazey, D.M.D.
Dr. John Hayes DDS
Daniel Dugan, D.D.S., P.A.
Dr. John Hayes DDS
Ms. Nancy Edwards
Ms. Audrey Powers Edwards
Missy, Mark, Emily and
Christine Gale
Scott and Shui Edwards
Missy, Mark, Emily and
Christine Gale
Dr. and Mrs. Kevin Eldridge
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Endodontic Associates of
Tarrant County
Thanks to our friends at Colonial Charities, All Church Home
Dr.
John Hayes DDS
received a check for $8,087.49 that represents matching funds
Dr.
and
Mrs. Chris Ewin
through the Birdies for Charity program and a grant for $5,000
Dr.
and
Mrs. Robert Sloane
to support ACH Residential Programs. These donations were
Ms. Peggy Freeby
made possible through the 2008 Crowne Plaza Invitational at
Colonial Country Club. We are grateful to Colonial Charities
Craddock Moving and Storage
for their generous support of ACH and the many worthy causes
Dr. and Mrs. Nello Fucci
they support throughout our community. Pictured, L to R: John
Missy, Mark, Emily and
Anderson, President CCC, and Tammy Gass.
Christine Gale
The Cagle Family
Missy Gale
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker
Ms. Emmy Lou Prescott
Michael and Valerie Mallick
Miss Meta S. Galupi
Dr. Wayne K. Carson
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Galupi
Mrs. Liz Sisk
Dr. Melissa Garretson and
Mrs. Sue Chalk
Mr. Chris Leu
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reese
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan Cichocki
Mr. Bob Gillikin
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Craddock Moving and Storage
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Click
Dr. and Mrs. Bill Gordon
Janie and George Beggs III
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Dr. Catherine Colquitt
Elizabeth Gould Family
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Michael and Valerie Mallick
Craniofacial Pain Associates
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Graham
Dr. John Hayes DDS
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Mr. Bob Crow
Mr. Ron Hanna
Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Philpott
Craddock Moving and Storage
Stan and Jean Harrell
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby D. Whitt
Dr. Elizabeth Edwards Harris
Missy, Mark, Emily and Christine Gale
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hecht
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Mrs. Neta Hendrickson
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Mr. Mark Hill
Craddock Moving and Storage
Mrs. Susan Hotard
Ms. Jenifer L. Lucas
Laura and Gary Jack
Cam and Lynn Newman
Janet and Bob Judd
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ross
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Katra
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Ms. Barbara Kearney
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Grable
Robert and Kelly Keller
Cam and Lynn Newman
Mr. Karl Komatsu
Craddock Moving and Storage
Mr. and Mrs. Allan LaQuey
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Becky Lawrence
Ms. Camille Curry
Mrs. Cindy Level
Mrs. Kristin McClure
Mr. Larry Lovin
Craddock Moving and Storage
Staff at Luther King
Capital Management
Ms. Sue Robinson
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mallick
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker
Trish and Menard Doswell
Ms. Camille Mason
Janie and George Beggs III
Dr. Jacquin Matthews
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner May
Missy, Mark, Emily and Christine Gale
Ms. Catherine Miller
Ms. Terri L. Johnson
Mr. Joseph Minton
Craddock Moving and Storage
Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Moncrief, Jr.
Janie and George Beggs III
Mayor Mike and Rosie Moncrief
Ms. Kathleen Hicks
*Denotes multiple gifts during the giving period.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the names listed. We apologize if an error or omission has occurred.
Please contact the Development Department at 817.335.4673 to make us aware of our mistake.
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Mr. and Mrs. Dan Moore
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Robert Motherwell, D.D.S., M.S.D.
Dr. John Hayes DDS
Dr. and Mrs. Ed Nelson
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Olivia and Marshall Neve
Ms. Camille Curry
Lynn and Cam Newman
Mr. and Mrs. Gary C. Jack
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Keller
Mr. Jeffrey D. Newman
Northern Texas Facial
and Oral Surgery
Dr. John Hayes DDS
Lynn and Nat O’Day
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nolen
Mr. Toby Owen
Ms. Florine H. Lucas
Mr. Cody C. Pace
Mr. Russell Pace
Staff at Paradign Capital
Ms. Sue Robinson
Jim Pricer and Julia Morton
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Pricer
Dr. and Mrs. Larry Reaves
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Mr. and Mrs. Don Reynolds
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Mr. Doug Richards
Craddock Moving and Storage
Tres and Virginia Rielly
Michael and Valerie Mallick
Dr. Robin Roberts
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Mr. Tom Rubenstein
Craddock Moving and Storage
Dr. and Mrs. Robb Rutledge
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Mr. Tommy Seymour
Janie and George Beggs III
Shelly Seymour and Bud Kennedy
Mr. Andrew T. Seymour III
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Shipman
Mrs. Patricia Purvis
Mr. Bob Smith “Papo”
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Weiser
Dr. and Mrs. David Smith
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Dr. JB Smithson
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Gloria and Warren Spielman
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Borgers
Donald J. Steinberg, M.B.A.,
D.D.S., M.S.D.
Dr. John Hayes DDS
Valerie and Dub Stocker
Mrs. Virginia Stocker
Mr. Russell Stubbs
Craddock Moving and Storage
Dr. and Mrs. George Sullivan
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Mr. and Mrs. William J Sutton
Emily and Will Osborne
Ms. Sarah Ten-Brink
Ms. Camille Curry
Mr. Frank Thomas
Craddock Moving and Storage
Ms. Lynne Thompson
Michael and Valerie Mallick
Chris L. Tye, M.D., D.D.S.
Dr. John Hayes DDS
Mrs. R. Hagger Vaughn
Janie and George Beggs III
Mrs. Karen W. Watkins
Ms. Roxanne J. Boyd
Mr. Bill Webb
Craddock Moving and Storage
Dr. Britton and Mrs. Eran West
Michael and Valerie Mallick
William L. Wildey, D.D.S.
Dr. John Hayes DDS
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Roberts
Doug and Nancy Woodson
Michael and Valerie Mallick
Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Worsham
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Dr. Susan K. Blue and Mr. James Zeig
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sloane
Gretchen Denny, George Bristol,
Andrea Denny and Alex Denny
Mr. and Mrs. David Farmer
Ms. Debra J. Farnbruch
Charles and Jill Fischer
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Grable
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gray
Mr. John F. Gray
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Haney
Harbison-Fischer, Inc. and
The Fischer Family
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Herrera
Honorable Maryellen W. Hicks
R B. Keis
Jack and Lorri Kendrick
Joanne Kramer and Carol Roper
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kramer
Ms. Martha V. Leonard
Cindy and Craig Level
Michael and Valerie Mallick
Dr. and Mrs. Charles M. Mann, Jr.
Ms. Verna L. Martin
Ms. Pamela K. Martin
Ms. Suzy Mauze
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mayo, III
Dr. and Mrs. J. Nolan Murphy III
Ms. Judy Needham
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Nicholas
Ms. Mary Katherine Nolan
Gary and Helen Pace
Joe and Ann Pace
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Randolph
Mr. and Mrs. Breck Ray
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Reilly
Lilla and Jay Sandelin
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Simon
Memorials
In Memory of
Mr. James B. Barlow
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Allen
Mrs. Janice C. Boswell
Ms. Roxanne J. Boyd
Law Offices of Henry B. Paup &
Associates, P.C.
Ms. Michele Butler
Buckingham Asset Management, LLC
Dr. and Mrs. Wayne K. Carson
Mr. and Mrs. John Allen Chalk, Sr.
Mr. Daniel J. Chalker
Nina Maria and Gary Cole Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Will A. Courtney
Ms. Shannon K. Cowden
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cranz, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob J. Crow
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cyrier
*Denotes multiple gifts during the giving period.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the names listed. We apologize if an error or omission has occurred.
Please contact the Development Department at 817.335.4673 to make us aware of our mistake.
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Ms. Suzanne Small
Mrs. Beverly Snyder
Dr. and Mrs. Warren Spielman
Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Stocker
David and Margaret Sykes
Dr. and Mrs. Ross Tatum
Terry’s Chaplain Friends
at Cook Children’s
Suzanne and John Tucker
Lori and Katherine Wagner
Anna Jean and Richard Walsh
Marian and Harry Ward
Dirk Weeks and Don Weeks
Mr. Todd Bauchman
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce James
Dr. Rosemary Cecil
Mrs. Penny A. Luetge
Mr. Bill Christie
Mrs. Elaine Michero
Mrs. Karen M. Crofford
Mr. Theodore W. Crofford
Mrs. Emily Loving Downs
Dr. Karen Barlow
Janice and Ronnie Pyeatt
Mrs. Beverly Bird Wallace
Aileen Riddle Dozier
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kramer
Mr. Jock Ewing
Mr. Anthony C. Tomaino
Mr. Sidney T. Gale
Mrs. Janice Gale
Betty Galupi and Darrell Sheets
Ms. Beverly R. Galupi
Ms. Gretchen Greeson
Mr. Bryan Charles
Mr. Richard Griffin
Dr. and Mrs. Robb H. Rutledge
Mrs. Louisa Wilson Haun
Mrs. Estil A. Vance, Jr.
Ms. Grace C. Koehler
Ms. Melinda Fairrington
Mrs. J. Walton Lawrence, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. William M Lawrence
Tommy Lee and Family
Whitley Penn, LLP
Mr. Holden Anders Lewiecki
Mr. Stanley F. Lewiecki
Mr. Vernell Mari
Mr. James M. Allen
Mr. Burney A. McQuerry
Ms. Jerlene C. McQuerry
Mr. Edward “Ted” Wallace
Mrs. Richard Griffin
Ms. Jayme Raymond
Your Friends at Dickinson
Ms. Suzanne Raymond
Mrs. Rosemary Romine
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Garrett
Mrs. Jeanne A. Pharis
Chief Dennis Root
Mr. Anthony C. Tomaino
Mr. Richard Spraberry
Harold and Liz Sample
Mrs. Mary Frances St. John
Ms. Madell Bailey
Ms. Sylvia Cearley
Mr. and Mrs. Bob J. Crow
Mr. Randy Thorn
Mr. Alfred R. Bradshaw
Mr. Paul Kelly Tripplehorn, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Darden
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Upham
Dr. C.K. Wilhelmus
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tucker
In Memory of Richard Spraberry
On December 18, 2008, All Church Home lost a dear friend and
loyal supporter when Richard Foy Spraberry passed away after a long
illness. Richard was an active community member throughout his
life and in recent years had worked with several nonprofit agencies,
including ACH, that work with disadvantaged children. He was
Vice President of the M.S. Doss Foundation in Seminole and assisted
many children’s associations and hospitals in obtaining grants for
disadvantaged children with disabilities or those in foster care.
Richard worked closely with ACH staff during the Building Hope
Capital Campaign and ultimately secured a naming gift for the Doss
Family Home that now houses six children.
Richard Spraberry at Doss Family Home
Celebration held on December 9, 2006.
“ACH has lost a good friend. Richard had such a great heart for our
mission and our kids. We will truly miss working with him. This is a
tremendous loss for us and Fort Worth,” said Dr. Wayne Carson, CEO.
Richard is survived by his loving wife, Vivian, and four daughters.
*Denotes multiple gifts during the giving period.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the names listed. We apologize if an error or omission has occurred.
Please contact the Development Department at 817.335.4673 to make us aware of our mistake.
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In-Kind Donations
Individuals
Mr. Jerry Abrams
Ms. Alyssa Acker
Mrs. Alice Alegria-Bazan
Mr. and Mrs. Leaman Allred
Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Autrey
Mr. Wilson Baker
Mr. and Mrs. David Berthold
Mr. and Mrs. Angel Bogans*
Mr. and Mrs. Jon Bonnell
Ms. Nicole Bourland
Ms. Monica Buecher
Mrs. Jan Carter
Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Christiansen
Mr. Michael E. Costanza
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Darden*
Mrs. Gaile Duncan
Ms. Kathryn Emerson
Ms. Carole Farmer
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Ferguson*
Mr. Robbie Floyd
Ms. Ruth Foy
Congresswoman Kay Granger
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hall
Ms. Kristine Hall
Ms. Sarah Hammond
Mr. John D. Harkey
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Herrera
Ms. Lisa Houlder-Bothwell
Ms. Nina Hyre*
Ms. Jeanne Iorg
Mr. Bob Jackson
Ms. Felicia Johnson
Ms. Tara Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Johnson
Mr. Mike Kearby
Mr. and Mrs. Chad Keeney
Ms. Jennifer Kinch
Ms. Dee Layton
Ms. Barbara Livingston
Mr. and Mrs. Lucio Loredo
Ms. Shelley Martin*
The Martinez Family
Mr. and Mrs. Creighton Maynard
Mr. Jacque Mayoral
Ms. Tanja McClain
Ms. Eulalia Meredith
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Michalove
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moon
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas G. More
Ms. Brittany Munson
Mrs. Pat O’Neal
Ms. Christi O’neal
Ms. Beth Ramon
Mr. Mike Richardson
Ms. Elizabeth Rosenfeld
Ms. Wesley Snyder
Mr. Steve Stanfield
Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Stocker III
Ms. Beth Straley*
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thompson
Ms. Cheryl Thulin
Mr. Corbett Walker and
Ms. Lori Buckelew
Mr. Brett Weisner
Dr. Ruth Wiley
Mrs. Barbara Wood*
Terry Wright
Corporations, Foundations and Organizations
ABC Bus Company
Alpha Phi Sigma - TCU
Appleone Employment Services
Autobahn Motorcar Group
Brunswick Bowling Alley
Calvary Learning Center
Celebrity Cutting
Central Market HEB*
Christmas for Children
Coldwell Banker
Cousin’s Pit Bar-B-Que
Daggett Montessori School
Dunn Elementary School
Dyck O’neal, Inc.
Epsilon Lambda of Delta
Kappa Gamma*
Fort Worth Dance Center
Fort Worth Lodge 124
B.P.O. Elks
Fortson Oil Co.
Hill School
Historic Fort Worth, Inc.
Independence Medical*
Jetta Operating
Company, Inc.
Kowboys for Kids
Kupperman Orthodontics
Cash America staff members recently presented ACH with
Linbeck
Group, LP
proceeds of $20,506.03 from their recent golf outing. ACH greatly
Mansfield Girls
appreciates this very generous gift and our eight-year partnership
with this great company. Pictured, L to R: Beth Zimmerman, Jeff
Softball Association
Cullum, Jackie Whiffin, Butch Barton, Jodie Mooty, and Jeanne
Manuel Auto Group
Marketing Management, Inc.
Mount Olive Missionary
Baptist Church
North Central Ballet
Prescott Realty Group
Robert Hammer and Associates
Rogers Capital Management
Ronald McDonald House
Southwest Christian School
TCU Campus Recreation*
Texas Capital Bank
The National Cutting
Horse Association
U.S. Ply Inc.
United Artists Cinema-Eastchase*
University Baptist Church
UTA Group Communication
Virtuoso, Ltd.
Wal-Mart - Riverside #5312*
Warrantech Corporation
Westworth Church of Christ
Zion Baptist Church
Zip Realty, Inc.
Iorg giving check to Dr. Carson.
*Denotes multiple gifts during the giving period.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the names listed. We apologize if an error or omission has occurred.
Please contact the Development Department at 817.335.4673 to make us aware of our mistake.
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