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Aly and Rally • Rally Steps Up to the Plate • “Glennon Kid” Aly Bauman

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an exciting time to join SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s M edical Center. I’ve joined a stellar group o f cardiologists and staff committed to advancing the cardiology care and technology available to help children with heart problems. A long with my good friend and fello w cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. A ndy Fiore, I get to be part of the most experienced pediatric heart surgery team in St. Louis. SSM Cardinal Glennon has recently invested $6 million in cardiac technology and f acilities. This significant investment led to the Dallas Heart Center opening in 2009 and the region’s first pediatric hybrid heart catheterization suite opening in July 2011. These incredible facility upgrades are the result of our donors and leaders working together for the kids. I appreciate the cooperation and team w ork it takes to make these commitments and turn them into realities. I’ve been involved in all aspects of medicine for many years - cardiothoracic surgery, research and teaching - and I’ve taken care of thousands of children. Hearing ho w kids are doing five and ten years a f ter surgery is important to me. In f act, I recently joined Facebook (begrudgingly, to keep up with my son w hile he backpacked across Europe) and am delighted to see my tiny patients’ parents finding and “ friending ” me!

“I GET TO BE PART OF THE MOST EXPERIENCED PEDIATRIC HEART SURGERY TEAM IN ST. LOUIS...” These ne w w ays o f communication are great, but I’ve had my o w n f orm o f a “ f acebook ” f or years: W hen parents ask me ho w they can thank me for caring f or their child, I just tell them to send me a picture o f their child every Christmas, and believe me, they do. I have a w all o f photos! My goal has alw ays been to help children with heart problems gro w up to be healthy and happy. I look f orw ard to continuing that mission with such a strong heart program in place and the support o f our physicians, sta ff and generous donors.

Charles B. Huddleston, M .D. , Cardiothoracic Surgeon Cardinal Glennon Children’s M edical Center


10 Volume 32, Number 1 Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation BOARD OF GOVERNORS Archbishop Robert J. Carlson Thomas E. Hilton Chairman of the Board President James G. Brennan Craig E. LaBarge First Vice President Second Vice President James G. Castellano Allen D. Allred Treasurer Sectretary Dan Buck June L. Pickett Executive Director Assistant Secretary Lynn Beall Dana M. Beffa J. Michael Bruno Julian L. Carr Jr. Molly N. Cline, PhD Gerald B. Cohn Bob Costas Jaqueline B. Danis Darryl W. Davis Dan Dierdorf John F. Eilermann Douglas Fabick Harry F. Fabick Walter J. Galvin Dennis G. Gipson Mark J. Guyol Sherlyn Hailstone John F. Hefele Michael H. Heinz Edward T. Hempstead Edward D. Higgins Leslee Holliday Chris Howard Dennis J. Jacknewitz Marie Jacobs James G. Koman Nancy Koplar

John C. Kueneke Marian V. Mehan Robert M. Merenda Thomas M. Noonan Dr. Dennis O'Connor David Peacock Christopher R. Pronger Jeffry N. Quinn Jerry E. Ritter Sr. Mary Jean Ryan, FSM Kathryn Sansone Jack Schreiber Thom Sehnert Donna Beck Smith Bryan M. Swift Bill Thompson James F. Whalen Robert J. Witterschein Jim Woodcock Chris Zuckerman EX-OFFICIO John Appelbaum Cindy UnderwoodOlshak Craig R. Campbell Cindy Brooks Matthew Carr

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Rally Steps Up to the Plate How Rally Squirrel Became the SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center Mascot

DEPARTMENTS

2 AROUND GLENNON

Find out the latest news

4 GLENNON GATHERINGS Pictures from recent events

Bryson! Thanks to a cochlear implant Bryson is hearing, speaking and using sign language

8 CORPORATE CORNER Centene Stands Tall

32 PARTNERS in PARENTING

Staying Ahead of Concussions

Tale of Two Cities Twins Amelia and Audrey born in two different states; two different cities

Giving Flynn a Chance The Fetal Care Institute Brings Ground-Breaking Procedure to Mid-America

A New Outlook Cleft lip and palate surgery starts Sophia on a beautiful life

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“God Made Me Special”

GLENNON FRIENDS

G1 OUR FRIENDS

Giving Back in the Midst of Grief

G3 GIFTS RECEIVED

Listings of our supporters

ON THE COVER Rally (page 10) with Aly Bauman (page 34) on one of his many visits to SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center.


Joy to the Squirreled! Cards for Kids donors go nuts for Rally!

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he Cards for Kids program has been spreading holiday cheer since 2003, all the while raising money for SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. This year, a certain squirrel wanted in on the action, and our donors went nuts over him! Rally Squirrel knocked it out of the park for our kids during the Christmas season: of the 44,830 cards sold,

22,740 were Rally’s “Joy to the Squirreled” cards.

And, he didn’t stop there! Rally created Valentine’s Day cards featuring fun sentiments including: “I’m nuts about you,” and “I’d dash across home plate for you any day, but especially on Valentine’s Day!” In case you missed it, check out Rally’s video Valentine card on the glennonfoundation YouTube channel. As a Foundation supporter, you’ll be happy to know that together

the card programs raised a total of $48,988.50! Thanks to

all who purchased Cards for Kids and Video Valentines! Check back in 2012 as we plan to continue our tradition of sharing seasonal joy with our friends and family.

Glennon Card Delivers in 2011 Inaugural Year

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ardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation and Glennon Guild are proud to announce the 2011 sale of more than 1,300 Glennon Cards in the program’s inaugural year! The Glennon Card is a shopping and dining card program entitling card purchasers to a 20 percent discount at more than 225 shops, restaurants and spas in the St. Louis metro area.

Guild members and select retailers sold the cards in anticipation of the program’s 10-day shopping period of Oct. 28 to Nov. 6, and raised a total of $65,000! Proceeds from the sales of the 2011

Glennon Card directly benefit the Transport Team and the Knights of Columbus Developmental Center at SSM Cardinal Glennon. The 2011 Glennon Card was sponsored by: Bank of America, Y98, Town & Style, KSDK’s Show Me St. Louis, Mulqueeny Eye Center, Rawlings, Repco, Suddenlink, Ylang-Ylang, Bocci Bar, St. Louis Closet Company and Charter Media.

Glennon Card shopping days for 2012 are Oct. 26 to Nov. 4, with Glennon Cards available for purchase

in September at glennoncard.org, and at participating retailers. We hope you’ll join us for Glennon Card Days 2012, presented by Fifth Third Bank!

Celebrities Giving Back

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iving f eels natural around SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s M edical Center — a f ter all, it’s w hat w e do as part o f

our mission. We are fortunate w hen individuals in our community w ant to become a part o f that mission alongside us. Throughout the past f e w months, several celebrities visited the kids at SSM Cardinal Glennon, to brighten their days and help take their minds o ff their hospital stays. In the postseason, St. Louis Cardinals le f tfielder M att Holliday and wif e Leslee visited patients several times, including one very special Ariana Zucker (left) with Miss Missouri USA 2012 Katie Kearney and Janessa Harvell

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St. Louis Cardinals left fielder, Matt Patient Keith Jones with Radio Holliday and patient Maggie Bohannan Disney star Josh Golden

surprise visit to Cardinals f an and avid so f tball player M aggie Bohannan. M att delivered a donated bear from A éropostale, as w ell as a bat and so f tball attire donated by our friends at Louisville Slugger. O ther celebrity visitors included M iss M issouri USA 2012 Katie Kearney and Radio Disney star Josh Golden. M iss M issouri handed out cuddly, stu ff ed Christmas

M oose toys donated by Borders Group, Inc., and Josh not only serenaded the kids with Christmas carols, but gave out Disney books and decked the halls (and patients) with Santa hats! We are grateful for Matt’s, Katie’s and Josh’s support and thank them f or bringing smiles to our kids’ f aces during their hospital stays. The stars shine ever so brightly at SSM Cardinal Glennon!


Mary McDermott Surgery Waiting Room

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n Sept. 23, 2011, the McDermott family unveiled a custom-designed memorial plaque honoring daughter Mary and the family’s dedication to bringing a hybrid cardiac catheterization suite to SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. Because of the love and care Mary received as a patient, her family has worked tirelessly to give back to the medical center, raising hundreds of thousands of dollars to support its mission. To recognize their efforts, the surgery waiting room is named in Mary’s memory.

Hare (left), Elizabeth McDermott Family members and friends, Tom Hare, Connie McDermott, Bill Cardinal Glennon Children’s McDermott, Colleen McDermott Foundation staff, and Mary’s doctors and caregivers joined the McDermotts at the unveiling and attended a reception at the Foundation office. Parents Bill and Connie McDermott are a leadership family in the Glennon Ambassador program and continue giving back to the medical center that they have come to know as a family.

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othing says it’s time for the holidays quite like a Christmas tree. The sparkling lights, shiny ornaments, colorful ribbon, and the cheer and hope that come along with it are cherished holiday traditions. This year, SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center presented our annual Christmas tree in a new role: a Tree of Hope. Our 18-foot tree, which nearly reached the atrium ceiling, was decorated in an array of bright colors and invited the kids to a new seasonal tradition: retrieving and receiving a Message of Hope from a beautiful chest at the base of the tree. Beginning just after Patient Christian Henard retrieving a Thanksgiving and continuing Message of Hope. through the New Year, the patients of SSM Cardinal Glennon were encouraged to come down to the atrium each day and retrieve a Message of Hope. The anticipation of receiving a Message of Hope each day gave them something to which they could look forward during their stay over the holidays. Thousands of supporters and well-wishers in the St. Louis community (including students from many local schools) wrote Messages of Hope to fill the chest and provide the gift of hope each day. Donors who sent in Messages of Hope,

along with a monetary gift, generated more than $221,000 for our kids.

We hope that more schools and donors will join us in our new tradition of bringing hope to our kids as we continue this holiday tradition in the years ahead! SSM Cardinal Glennon thanks our participating schools whose students provided the more than 5,000 Messages of Hope for our patients:

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Assumption Blessed Theresa o f Calcutta City Garden M ontessori Collinsville M iddle School Cor Jesu Academy Holy Redeemer O ur Lady o f Lourdes

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Red Bud Elementary St. A nn St. Gabriel the Archangel St. Justin M artyr St. Louis Priory St. M argaret M ary A lacoque St. Simon the A postle

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GLENNON GATHERINGS

Rally’s Excellent Adventures October 2011 Cardinals Nation Raised more than $470,000 to help build a playground just above the Bob Costas Cancer Center at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center.

Left: Rally at St. Simon’s Friday Night Lights soccer game

Rally with Mayor Francis Slay

Rally at the Anheuser Busch Tour Center

Rally launching T-shirts to f ans

Rally filling up f or his next adventure

Rally visits Centene Corporation.

Ron Baechle, Dan Buck, Rally Squirrel and Chris McKinn

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Al Hrabosky and Rally


Breakfast with Santa December 3, 2011

Santa and Mrs. Claus visited the kids at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center

Mrs. Claus with LJ and Skye

Santa with Taylor and Jack Carr

Above: Girl Scout Troop 1718 singing Christmas carols to patients

London Ely and Hannah Castellano

Tommy Castellano

Santa with Molly Sallaberry

Kristen Perez and Stephanie Winkler

Nathan Bennett (team leader for diagnostic imaging at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center)

Denim & Diamonds M arch 3, 2012 Ca f é Napoli St. Louis, M o.

Goal: $12,000 for the Radiation Department at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center

Heather Korn (jewelry designer with Belle Style, Angel Walters and Lizzy Donahower whose grandfather, Dr. Robert Korn, was an SSM Cardinal Glennon pediatrician)

Marty and Sheri Carrow, Nathan and Jennifer Bisch

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Family Winter Carnival and Glennon Gras January 28, 2012

EVENT SPONSORS:

Left: Grand Marshall Keith Jones and Family

Photos courtesy of River City Images

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All In 4 Life Feb 18, 2012 The Foundry Art Centre St. Charles, M o.

Raised: $7,773.71 for the Children’s Fund at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center

Rees Remington and former St. Louis Cardinals (football) tight end Jackie Smith

Zack Smithey painting Jackie Smith’s portrait for auction.

Andy Logue and Kelly Cope

Karen Gerst, Kelly Hollrah, Aimee Monrotus, Carrie Gaines, Mandy Sanders, Kelly Hunsel, Carrie Remington, and Rene Cope

EVENT SPONSOR:

Support your Favorite Charity at Saks Feb. 4, 2012 Saks Fif th Avenue St. Louis, M o.

Goal: $10,000 for the Children’s Fund at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center

Saks Sta ff applies makeup on Guild member Margaret Wright.

Leslee Holliday’s spring training look

Susie Montebello, Kelly Bick, Nancy Crippin, Ginny Hartman, Cindy Brooks, Bridgette McMillin

Casey Shiller from Forest Park Community College School o f Culinary Arts

Leslee Holliday

Geraldine Webb and Kathleen Farid

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Centene STANDS TALL

FOR CHILDREN IN THE BOB COSTAS CANCER CENTER

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in doing all we can to make sure babies are born healthy. If they do need medical care, we want to assure that they have access to quality facilities such as SSM Cardinal Glennon,” says Michael F. Neidorff, president, chairman and chief executive officer of Centene Corporation.

“We have participated in the Costas Benefit and other activities at SSM Cardinal Glennon for at least a dozen years,” Neidorff says. “They are faithful to their mission of delivering quality healthcare for children. They are futuristic. They are innovators. They aren’t satisfied with the status quo. “I have taken tours of Cardinal Glennon’s facility and have seen that they are continuing to try to make it better and achieve better outcomes. They have great leadership and hold themselves accountable,” he continues. More than 100 corporations and individuals sponsored the 2011 Bob Costas Benefit which featured singer Faith Hill and comedian and television

The Costas Center is a member of the Children’s Oncology Group, a network of children’s hospitals sponsored by the National Cancer Institute. The center also is a member of a cooperative network of Midwestern treatment centers for sickle cell anemia and is the only federally funded pediatric hemophilia center in St. Louis. The Costas Center’s physicians work closely with the St. Louis Cord Blood Bank, the second-largest cord blood bank in the country and an international leader in cord blood transplantation in adults and children. The centerpiece of the Costas Center is its Day Hospital, which provides a comfortable setting for children

“They are faithful to their mission of delivering quality healthcare for children...”

Michael Nierdorff and Bob Costas at the 2011 benefit

Centene, a national, multiline, health care enterprise based in St. Louis, has long supported SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. Its contributions have included sponsorships of the annual Bob Costas Benefit at the Fox Theater, a major source of charitable contributions to the Bob Costas Cancer Center. In 2010 Centene signed a fiveyear pledge to serve as the title sponsor of the Costas Benefit. 8 • Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation

host Conan O’Brien. Over its 23-year history, the benefit has raised more than $9 million to support patient care and research in the Bob Costas Cancer Center at SSM Cardinal Glennon. Approximately 70 children who are newly diagnosed with cancer come to the cancer center for treatment each year. The center opened in 1998 to offer a comprehensive, team approach to the diagnosis and care of children who have cancer and blood disorders. The center’s team includes experts in pediatric surgery, neurosurgery, tumor orthopedic surgery, radiology, radiation oncology and clinical pathology.

to receive prolonged treatments such as chemotherapy, transfusions or other drug infusions, without hospital admissions. By receiving their therapies on an outpatient basis, children and teens are better able to maintain normal daily routines at home and school. “I have a lot of respect for Bob Costas and what he has accomplished,” Neidorff says. “Cardinal Glennon focuses on helping children. That is what it is all about. We believe life is precious. We believe we should do everything we can do to achieve better outcomes. Abraham Lincoln once said, ‘No one looks so tall as when they stoop to help a child.’ That is part of our culture.”


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he Glennon Ambassador Program is a new community outreach program that is designed to give the families, parents and children who know the mission of SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center better than most, the opportunity to unite and do some amazing work for our incredible hospital. We plan to build a powerful network of grateful families that will have a profound impact on the future of SSM Cardinal Glennon.

Support

The program will include:

• Peer-to-Peer Support (Past Patients Helping Current Patients) • Donating Your Time to Help Create Fundraisers to Support Staff and Facilities • Sharing Your Experience at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center with the Greater Community

Encourage

The Glennon Ambassador Program will help us bring a dynamic, cohesive and impactful team of grateful families together to help us further the mission of Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. We look forward to growing this program in the years to come. If you would like to join us, please visit our programs tab at glennon.org and fill out the form provided.

Above: Glennon Ambassador Family, Doug (left), DJ (SSM Cardinal Glennon transplant recipient) and Cheryl Lampert

Find out about the Glennon Ambassador Program today at

glennon.org!

3800 Park Avenue, St. Louis, M O 63110 • (314) 577-5605 • 1-800-269-0552 • email: in f o@glennon.org glennon.org


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How Rally Squirrel Became the SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center Mascot

THE FEVER

Oh, it wasn’t the first time. There were “incidents” in past seasons at Busch Stadium: sightings here and there, a glimpse of a furry gray tail, scampering and skittering in places reserved for professional athletes and their fans. The cameo in Game Three of the National League Division Series (NLDS) stepped things up a little— caught on camera and causing an interruption in play. Then, the break-out event... fifth inning, NLDS Game Four: a squirrel darted toward the batter’s box and across home plate, launching the St. Louis Cardinals come-back rally against the Philadelphia Phillies, igniting an instantaneous love affair between St. Louis’ Cardinals fans and a common, everyday gray squirrel turned celebrity: Rally Squirrel!


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ithin hours of the cameo in Game Three, Rally Squirrel Fever was spreading. Fast. Twitter touted Rally’s turning-point prowess with tweets vowing continued Cardinals success; Facebook pages shared YouTube videos of that glorious pivotal moment as the Phillies pitcher delivered the pitch to batter Skip Schumaker and a squirrel ran across the plate. St. Louisans had Rally Fever, and they had it bad.

LOYAL FANS St. Louisans are known for some wonderful traits: kindness, loyalty, enthusiasm, generosity and eagerly rallying around a good cause—and they’re among the most dedicated Major League Baseball fans around. That’s why so many St. Louisans and businesses support worthy causes like the kids at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. And, evidently, that’s why St. Louisans went nuts over their latest celebrity, Rally Squirrel.

GAME PLAN Friday afternoon before NLDS Game Five, Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation Communications Manager Rose Fogarty worked busily to wrap up her week’s work. Suddenly, in an entrance much like that made famous by “Seinfeld” character Cosmo Kramer,

“It was immediately apparent that Rally was something spiritual— sent from God.”

Foundation Executive Director Dan Buck burst through the door exclaiming, “I HAVE AN IDEA! Let’s make Rally Squirrel shirts, hats with furry tails and Rally Squirrel trading cards! Cardinals fans will love them!” Buck knew there couldn’t be a better charitable match-up for a cute, cuddly squirrel than with cute, Cardinal Glennon kids. Besides, with its reputation for compassionate patient care and the near-miracles it provides, and Rally Squirrel’s accelerating notoriety for making great things happen— it was a perfect match! Buck couldn’t wait to tell Rally...

unique SSM Cardinal Glennon-inspired logo for Rally Squirrel. Within hours, the logo was finalized, and the Foundation staff was contacting vendors in search of red shirts—in lots of 5,000. Luckily, Sportsprint stepped into the batter’s box with Lipic’s Recognition and Crown Embroidery on deck. By Sunday, long-time SSM Cardinal Glennon supporter Anheuser-Busch was on board to help fund the effort with a

Rally hits a grand slam for our kids (Oct. 7 - Oct. 28), 22 days = $470,000 That’s $21,364 a day! That evening as the Cardinals won the NLDS, the Foundation staff prepared to launch its mission into the middle of the Rally Squirrel frenzy. Rallying for the Cardinals and Cardinal Glennon kids would be the walk-off home run everyone was awaiting. Welcome to the Cardinal Glennon team, Rally!

STARTING LINE-UP Buck’s idea called for T-shirts, hats with faux squirrel tails and trading cards with Rally Squirrel’s image; and, they needed to be ready in three days. Three days??? The Foundation’s first phone call was to local commercial artist (and infamous St. Louis Blues “Towel Man”) Ron Baechle who immediately started creating a Rally squirrel spokesperson Lauren Lee announces Rally’s charity apparel at the Kiener Plaza press conference.

$30,000 grant. Topping it off, thenPresident and CEO of Anheuser-Busch Dave Peacock and his staff helped the Foundation establish a full merchandise distribution plan through some of the brewery’s top retail accounts. The Foundation and its volunteers worked fast-and-furious to meet the three-day deadline to pull

together a full-fledged Rally Squirrel charity apparel line for the Medical Center. Big news calls for media coverage, so Buck recruited Rally Squirrel spokesperson, 12-year-old Hodgkin’s lymphoma survivor Lauren Lee who immediately signed on to assist the medical center she credits with saving her life. First thing Monday morning, Lauren appeared on Fox 2 News, unveiling Rally’s charity apparel and announcing the next day’s start of sales at the Anheuser-Busch retail outlets. Following her morning news debut, Lauren joined the Foundation staff at Kiener Plaza downtown for a press conference with all major St. Louis television and radio stations. With that kind of all-star lineup, it was time to throw the first pitch!

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BATTER, UP! Tuesday’s first shipment of Rally Squirrel merchandise to 12 locations sold out—within 45 minutes! Foundation staff and volunteers again worked feverishly to restock sales locations. With offices-turned-distribution-centers, the fur was flying! Wednesday’s shipment also sold out quickly, with lines of customers waiting for Rally’s charity apparel at all sales locations. The Foundation team definitely had its work cut out just keeping up with the enthusiastic demands of Cardinals fans.

MEET AND GREET With all the fashion frenzy, Rally had made several public appearances around town since selecting SSM Cardinal

Glennon as his designated charity. But it was now time for him to visit his biggest fans: patients and families at the medical center. Surrounded by Foundation staff and volunteers, Rally strolled through patient rooms and hallways, handed out trading cards, greeted patients and staff, and gave out tons of hugs, all documented by St. Louis media representatives hot on the trail of Rally Squirrel Fever. Returning to the Foundation office, Rally heard the incredible news: as goodwill ambassador for Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center, the Rally Squirrel charity apparel had generated more than $150,000 for the Foundation. An unbelievable total in just four days of sales!

Now, that’s just nuts. Go crazy, folks!

THE GAME After sharing good times with the patients, Rally knew he needed to do something to keep smiles on their faces when he wasn’t around. Accustomed to running, climbing and scampering everywhere (he is a squirrel, after all) Rally announced that the money raised

incredible playground, right above the Bob Costas Cancer Center, and now we have the additional funding to see it through, thanks to the thousands of generous St. Louisans who have rallied around our Cardinals and the kids at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center,” Buck said. “Rally couldn’t be happier designating this money to help fund the playground. It’s an amazing opportunity to make a long-term impact on our kids.”

THE CELEBRATION News like that called for a celebration. Rally stepped out in style the next evening as a guest of honor at the Pujols Family Foundation Prom, an annual event for kids with Down Syndrome. With a full dance card, Rally mixed and mingled with prom guests, many of whom are SSM Cardinal Glennon patients. Last stop of the evening was at St. Simon the Apostle grade school’s Friday Night Lights celebration. In true Rally style, he cheered for the kids playing soccer, and, after a turn in goal, took the stage, grabbing an electric guitar and wowing the crowd with his new-found talent.

Rally couldn’t be happier to help fund the playground above the Bob Costas Cancer Center... from his charity apparel would be used to build an outdoor playground at the medical center. The Foundation staff was thrilled with the idea! “We’ve had plans for an Left: Rally visiting SSM Cardinal Glennon patients Below: Rally checking out his new playground location above the Bob Costas Cancer Center

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After that busy Friday night, Rally continued on Saturday with appearances throughout the area, meeting and greeting St. Louisans and building awareness for


Fox Business New York City cameraman wearing Rally charity apparel on international television.

his noteworthy charitable cause. Exhausted after appearing at the Anheuser-Busch Tour Center, there simply was no skip to his scamper. From the parking lot of AnheuserBusch, someone shouted, “Hey, Rally! How about a picture?” The limo driver’s grin was so warm and friendly, there would be no disappointing this fan! Rally Squirrel leaped into the hot tub in the back of the shiny, white, 14-passenger Dodge Ram limousine and struck a pose. In that instant, Rally formed a friendship with A Awesome Limousine company owner and driver Randy Combs, who then offered to join Rally’s team by donating his time and limousine to the rest of the postseaon party. Staying smack-dab in the middle of the National League Championship Series, Rally watched and cheered the final Sunday night 12-6 NCLS Game Six win over the Milwaukee Brewers, which meant the Cardinals would face the Texas Rangers in the World Series! Fox 2 News caught Rally celebrating the win that evening among excited fans at Pujols 5 Westport Grill. That win meant the Cardinals— and the kids— would be counting on Rally more than ever!

WINNING STRATEGY Reviewing the adventures of the past 12 days and grateful that Rally chose SSM Cardinal Glennon with which to share his recent fame, the Foundation staff marveled at the generosity and passion that compelled the St. Louis community to rally in such a big way for the Cardinals and for the kids at the medical center. There was no denying stats like these and so it was decided that Rally Fever would continue through the World Series…with a new shirt! Sure enough, Monday morning rolled around and Rally announced a new line of merchandise that boasted a brand-new, Baechle-special logo in honor of the quest that lay ahead for the Cardinals: “Squirreled Serious.” Depicting a determined, fearless-looking Rally holding a CHAMPS trophy of twigs and acorns, the shirts featured St. Louis’ newest favorite squirrel with his foot firmly planted on home plate. The new shirts were an instant hit! Before Game One of the World Series, Rally was spotted in his limo launching T-shirts to the crowd around Busch Stadium. Proudly wearing his shirt alongside St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay and as guest anchor with Larry Connors during a KMOV Channel

4 live broadcast from outside the stadium. Rally had hit the big time! His popularity had grown from local media and was expanding nationally—and internationally—with coverage from the Dallas Morning News and Fox Business national where a New York City cameraman was broadcast internationally wearing a Rally Squirrel T-shirt! By this stage of the game, everyone knew Rally and wanted to be a part of the medical center’s most popular fund-raiser ever.

Top: Rally on the dance floor at the Pujols Family Foundation Prom Bottom: Rally visiting fans outside Paddy O’s in downtown St. Louis.

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Rally getting his make-over at Ginger Bay Salon and Spa.

TIME OUT Even the most seasoned celebrity needs a break. The appearances, the paparazzi and, of course, the pressure to maintain momentum for the Cardinals as they advanced through the world championship games was enough to make even the most energetic of squirrels a bit weary. Any squirrel that in three weeks’ time generates more than 20,000 visits to the Foundation website (glennon.org) from more than 40 countries around the world deserves a relaxing spa day. It was time for a

make-over. Ginger Bay Salon and Spa owner and philanthropist Laura Ortmann put Rally Squirrel in the capable hands of her salon stylists and staff who immediately went to work. Fox 2 News followed the event, documenting the pampering and primping, manicuring and massaging, finalizing Rally’s new look with highlights and a return to his natural color gray and—voila! Rally was ready...

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SIGNING ON …ready, for what? His BIG announcement! Although weeks ago Rally Squirrel had chosen SSM Cardinal Glennon as the charitable organization with which he wanted to partner, today he wanted to announce that he had found a permanent home as its official mascot! The medical center has always wanted an appealing mascot that embodies its positive environment, but until now, no mascot candidate had fit that bill. With kudos to Rally for the fun and inspiration he’s already brought to patients and staff at the medical center, Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center President Sherlyn Hailstone said, “For the Cardinals, he came and changed the game for the better at a crucial point. That is exactly what we strive to do for our patients—be a game-changer, rallying them toward hope and greater health.” Now that’s a world champion mascot!

SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS In addition to helping build awareness about the needs at the medical center, Buck says the spirit of Rally Squirrel has touched the Foundation staff ’s hearts and

forever changed them. “Every member of the Foundation was part of this. And, it was immediately apparent that Rally was something spiritual—sent from God. Everything that happened, everything that fell into place, from the generous grant from Anheuser-Busch, to the limo driver, to the makeover and the other events that all worked out so well. There’s no way we weren’t getting divine support throughout this.”

LIVIN’ THE DREAM On Oct. 28, the Cardinals became World Champions, defeating the Rangers in the best-of-seven playoff that gave the Redbirds their 11th World Series championship. Not one to be outdone, a few weeks later Rally made his big announcement, celebrity-style. Atop the Clydesdale-drawn wagon, Rally headed down One Busch Place—followed by best buddy and spokesperson Lauren Lee and family in Rally’s now-famous A Awesome Limo. St. Louis’ newest hometown celebrity and SSM Cardinal Glennon mascot was celebrating his grand total of $470,000 raised through sales of his charity apparel.


Thanks to our supporters who rallied alongside us! We wish to thank the following corporate sponsors, businesses and individuals who rallied together to help us raise an incredible $470,000 to help

fund the playground at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. With everyone’s help, all things were possible! COROPORATE GRANT

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EXTRA INNINGS Although the 2011 Major League Baseball season is in the books, the Foundation has kept Rally busy: helping out at the medical center, overseeing the construction of the new playground, and appearing throughout St. Louis. In a nutshell, Rally Squirrel—and all the remarkable opportunities—wouldn’t be possible without everyone’s continuing generosity. For that, Rally and his Foundation family thank you, our biggest fans and supporters! More furry fun is ahead as the 2012 baseball season is upon us. Hold on to your Rally Squirrel hats! Here comes Rally, Matt Holliday and David Freese with Homers for Health! glennon.org Spring 2012 • 15


A cochlear implant brings hearing, communication and smiles

ame. n ’s n o s y Br hall callsous smile. e h t own enorm “When he tried to A nursesdand flashes his communicate, we didn’t During Bryson’s infancy, “His hearing He turn know what he was trying to tell screenings always came back bad,” says

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ryson May has been a Glennon Kid since his birth in 2007. He was born prematurely, weighing just less than 2 pounds, and spent seven months in neonatal intensive care. He underwent heart surgery and had difficulty breathing because his lungs were very small and he contracted pneumonia. The complications of his extreme prematurity and life-saving treatments left him with cerebral palsy and a profound hearing deficit. Today Bryson is learning to get around with his walker. And he is hearing, speaking and using sign language thanks to a cochlear implant he received at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. 16 • Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation

his mother, Vernique May. “They thought he might have an ear infection, so they treated it with antibiotics. After a

“When he tried to communicate we didn’t know what he was trying to tell us...” couple of runs of antibiotics they did a deeper test and found that he had a profound hearing loss. They started trying hearing aids, but the hearing aids didn’t prove to be strong enough to help him.” The hearing deficit made Bryson’s first two years of life frustrating for him and his parents, Vernique and Eric May.

us,” his mother says. “We had to guess at what he wanted. If he wanted juice and we gave him a cracker, you can imagine how frustrating that had to be.” Testing at SSM Cardinal Glennon indicated that Bryson would be a good candidate for a cochlear implant, an electronic device that creates the sensation of sound for people with severe hearing deficits. About 30,000 children in the U.S. have received them. “One of a thousand children is born with a hearing loss. Fewer children than that are candidates for cochlear implants,” says Dary Costa, M.D., one of two pediatric otolaryngologists at SSM Cardinal Glennon who care for children with cochlear implants.


Right: Vernique May (left) and son Bryson visit SSM Cardinal Glennon lead audiologist Sarah Duncan for one of his periodic cochlear implant programming sessions.

The implant consists of two devices. A receiver-stimulator is surgically placed under the skin behind the ear. A tiny electrode array extends from the receiver into the ear’s cochlea, where the auditory nerve normally produces hearing. The device’s outer section, held in place by a magnet and earpiece, contains a microphone and a processor that filters and organizes sounds. The sounds are converted to electronic impulses that are transmitted through the skin by radio waves. The receiver under the skin sends the signals to the auditory nerve. The result is not normal sound, says Costa, a Saint Louis University assistant professor of otolaryngology. “It is difficult to say how the sounds that Bryson hears compare to what we hear. Adults who have lost their hearing and then received a cochlear implant describe the sound as robotic. Otherwise, they say they appreciate sound, and occasionally music, to a level similar to what they had before.” The receiver of Bryson’s implant was surgically placed in November 2009 by Anthony Mikulec, M.D., director of otology and neurotology at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center and Saint Louis University School of Medicine. This procedure typically requires about three hours in the operating room. On Dec. 4, 2009, Bryson’s implant was activated. Implant activation can come as a shock to children who have never heard a sound. Anthony Mikulec, M.D., “Once he calmed director of otology and down and got over neurotology at SSM hearing himself scream Cardinal Glennon and Saint Louis University and cry, he was School of Medicine intrigued by all the stuff he was hearing,” Vernique says. “A lot of the noise that we don’t pay any attention to, like cups clanging in the dishwasher, overwhelmed him initially. It was scary for him.”

Below: A cochlear implant does not reproduce natural sound but does allow wearers to understand speech and sometimes enjoy music, said Dr. Dary Costa, one of two pediatric otolaryngologists who care for children with cochlear implants at SSM Cardinal Glennon.

has jumped leaps and bounds from the moment we met him in 2009.” A cochlear implant will be provided this year to an SSM Cardinal Glennon patient whose family does not have the resources to pay for the surgery and therapy. A grant from The Variety Club the Children’s Charity of St. Louis will pay for a portion of the implant. Private donations to Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation will cover remaining costs. In

addition, two children received cochlear implants in 2011 thanks to generous gifts from donors. Bryson receives some of his speech therapy at his school and continues to visit SSM Cardinal Glennon for implant programming. “Bryson knows his numbers and his colors and can say ‘mommy’ and ‘daddy,’ says Vernique. “He loves watching his DVDs and signing along. A lot of words he says are very clear. Some are not. He needs more speech pathology, but his therapists don’t seem to have huge doubts about his progress. They say he is on target.”

After a few weeks, “He got used to it. If his receiver falls off now, he points to his head. He realizes it needs to be a part of him so he can hear,” she says. Children with cochlear implants continue to visit their audiologists. “We put them in a sound booth and connect their implant to a computer,” says Sarah Duncan, M.S.CCC-A, lead Two children received audiologist at SSM Cardinal Glennon. cochlear implants in 2011 “The computer plays certain sounds and beeps so we can see how the child thanks to donations to Cardinal responds. We program the implant to Glennon Children’s Foundation. match their ability to hear the sounds.” After Bryson’s discharge from Bryson and other children with cochlear SSM Cardinal Glennon’s Dana Brown implants continue receiving therapy to Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Vernique assist them in understanding sound and spent two years as a unit secretary at the learning to speak. medical center. “The first three years of life are vital “I’m still very close to a lot of the for speech development,” Duncan says. staff here,” she says. “Cardinal Glennon “Bryson has responded beautifully. He is like a home away from home for us.” glennon.org Spring 2012 • 17


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TWO CITIES Amelia is a blonde who was born in Illinois. Audrey, a brunette, was born five days later in Missouri. The girls met at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center, where they were admitted to the same room. That was great for their parents, Kim and Adam Gibson, because Amelia and Audrey AMELIA are twins who entered the world in a rare Born on Oct 1, 2011 occurrence known as a “delayed interval Belleville, Illinois delivery.” Delayed-interval twins are so uncommon that they are rarely seen, even in a regional referral center such as the Dana Brown Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at SSM Cardinal Glennon.

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his is certainly unusual. I have been a neonatologist since 1978, and I haven’t had any other experience with caring for delayed-interval twins with both doing so well,” says Akihiko Noguchi, M.D., MPH, one of the neonatologists who cared for the Gibson twins during their three-month stay. The 60-bed neonatal intensive care unit at SSM Cardinal Glennon admits babies from community hospitals across eastern Missouri and southern Illinois. All beds are in private rooms, including three that are outfitted for twins.

The Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation helped build the new unit as part of a $34-million, community-supported capital campaign in 2006 and 2007.

entrepreneur Dana Brown, who passed away in 1994 at the age of 89. He designated the trust to support ongoing gifts, especially to causes that benefit children. The trust also made a major gift for the construction of the Bob Costas Cancer Center at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. A plaza at the medical center is named for Mr. Brown.

Kim was admitted to SSM St. Mary’s Health Center in Richmond Heights. The center specializes in highrisk deliveries. SSM Cardinal Glennon neonatologists staff its RAREST O F THE RARE newborn nursery. Only 1.1 percent of births result in “I was on twins, and just 1.8 percent of twins are medications, but I born more than an hour apart, so was still having delayed-interval twins theoretically come contractions,” along in 0.0198 percent of deliveries. Kim says. “Adam “One of the doctors who took care of me was running back at St. Mary’s Health Center said they see and forth between St. Mary’s and Cardinal it, but they sure don’t see it that often,” Glennon, trying to be with our daughter says Kim, who experienced a trouble-free and me at the same time. I got to wait pregnancy until she reached its 23rd week. five days before Audrey decided to Then she went to a hospital emergency come,” she says. room for low blood pressure. The following That delay provided Audrey with week unusual pains took her to her obstea significant opportunity for additional trician’s office. A week after that, Amelia growth. She tipped the scales at 2 decided she was ready to be born. Now. pounds and 11 ounces, three-quarters of a pound more than “The Foundation has continued to supply Amelia weighed at birth. the NICU with acquisitions of state-of-the-art Audrey soon made a trip to SSM Cardinal Glennon, imaging equipment, surgical devices and too. Her four-mile ride was completed in a new furniture, thanks to more than ground ambulance.

$320,000 in donations from community events, grateful families and generous donors.”

"This is certainly unusual!" said Dr. Akihiko Noguchi, one of the SSM Cardinal Glennon neonatologists who cared for Ameila and Audrey during their hospitalization.

The Foundation has continued to supply the NICU with acquisitions of state-ofthe-art imaging equipment, surgical devices and new furniture, thanks to more than $320,000 in donations from community events, grateful families and generous donors. The unit, which opened in 2007, was built with a major gift from the Dana Brown Charitable Trust. The trust was established by St. Louis coffee

“I was in horrible pain and having three-minute contractions,” Kim says. Her husband drove her to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Belleville around 2 p.m. on Oct. 1. Despite efforts to halt the delivery, Amelia was delivered 90 minutes later and three months prematurely. By administering medications, doctors in the St. Elizabeth’s delivery room were able to control Kim’s contractions and prevent Audrey’s birth. “They whisked Amelia away to Cardinal Glennon in a helicopter. They waited a bit to make sure I didn’t deliver Audrey, and then they put me on a helicopter to St. Mary’s Health Center,” she says. glennon.org Spring 2012 • 21


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T W O CITIES “For the first few days I worried very much about Amelia because of the possibility of infections and respiratory distress,” Noguchi says. “It took her a long time to come off of breathing support, but then she did well.” “We anticipated that Audrey would do well because she was in the womb longer and would be more mature at the time of her birth. And she was, but she had problems with her blood counts and episodes of apnea,” he continues. The Gibsons appreciated the information they received from their doctors and nurses at SSM Cardinal Glennon

throughout their time at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. “Sometimes the babies have minds of their own and do what they want when they want to do it. It usually all works out in the end, but the road to get there sometimes seems to take forever.” The girls were intubated for ventilator breathing assistance for one to two weeks. Initially, their chests heaved with every breath. “When I saw them for the first time, their chests were rising and falling. At that stage of development, their bones were not formed and their ribs were like

cartilage,” Adam says. “But they needed no surgery. We were so lucky about that. Everything that did happen, the doctors and nurses told us it was normal. Of course, it doesn’t feel normal when it is happening to your child.” “They are little fighters,” their mother says. Kim remained in St. Louis throughout Audrey and Amelia’s hospitalization. She and Adam spent their nights at the nearby Ronald McDonald House. Adam left early each morning to drive 80 minutes to his job at the Murray Developmental Center in Centralia, Ill., a state center for people with developmental disabilities, where he is a mental health specialist. Each afternoon he returned to St. Louis to spend his evenings at SSM Cardinal Glennon.

G ATHERI N G M O ME N TUM Amelia and Audrey passed two major milestones in the middle of December. “The girls were having speech, occupational and physical therapy,” Kim says. “The speech therapist came in and played with rattles to make sure they could hear and follow eye contact. The therapists say they are doing really well.” The girls also were able to begin bottle feedings, says Kim. “They were gaining weight and almost had normal baby weights. They were so skinny. Then they had baby fat and little chubby cheeks. That was so exciting.” The girls continued to breathe with oxygen assistance when they were discharged and went home on Dec. 28. They may continue to deal with lung disease in their early years. “They were always honest with us,” Adam says. “That is a great thing because you don’t want to be told things are going to be OK and then everything goes ‘bang!’” “They told us it was going to be a long ride on a very long roller coaster,” Kim says. “There would be three steps forward and two steps back.” “We tell parents what typical premature babies do,” says Lisa Cornell, R.N., one of the Gibson girls’ primary nurses

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”Neonatal nurses often come to think of patients and parents as members of their own families,” said Lisa Cornell, R.N., one of the Gibson twins' primary nurses.


However, Noguchi says, “I don’t have any reason to suspect that these babies will not live to their full potential. We haven’t seen any processes or episodes that would prevent that. Also, their parents are very interested and inquisitive. It was fun to work with them. Their close attention will be very important for the girls’ development to help them overcome some of the possible issues they will experience. I think they will do very well.”

“I couldn’t ask to be at a better hospital...The nursing staff really cared about us and our well-being. They cared for our daughters like their own. They are fantastic.” “Audrey and Amelia are two special little princesses. They have two very different personalities,” says Cornell. “Sometimes babies and parents are here for months and they really start to feel like part of my own family. I’m sad but happy to see them go home. I get to see some of them grow and get better when they come back to visit. “When babies leave, I can’t help but think they are going to do something great. It is great to hear about the milestones the babies hit and their accomplishments. Being a neonatal intensive care nurse can be a challenge or sad sometimes, but it is one of the most rewarding jobs in the world,” she says. Kim and Adam were encouraged to participate in their daughters’ care at SSM Cardinal Glennon. “The nurses have taught me more than I probably ever wanted to know about a NICU,” Kim says. “I never realized there were different ways to hold babies, different ways to feed them, burp them and bathe them, and tricks to get them to eat and sleep. “I couldn’t ask to be at a better hospital,” Kim adds. “The nursing staff really cared about us and our well-being.

They cared for our daughters like their own. They are fantastic.” The girls were quite chubby as the New Year began. Amelia had grown to a bit over 7 pounds and Audrey weighed 8 pounds. “They are growing like weeds and filling out so much! Even through getting up several times in the middle of the night, it feels great to have the girls home with us,” Kim says. “Cardinal Glennon

Kim and Adam Gibson participated in their girls' care at Cardinal Glennon and learned skills they would need after returning home.

and the staff not only helped us during our three months there, they have helped us at home as well. They prepared us for everything we deal with on a day-to-day basis. Being home with them and knowing they are doing so well brings us the greatest joys!”

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GIVING ACHANCE

THE ST. LOUIS

FETAL CARE INSTITUTE

BRINGS GROUND-BREAKING PROCEDURE TO MID-AMERICA

I knew we could wait and see, but his prognosis was so terrible.

Without him having much lung capacity at all, it didn’t seem like there was going to be any chance for him. We chose to give him a chance,” says Bonnie Leigh of Kansas City.”


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onnie and her husband, Parrish Baker, traveled to SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center to undergo a new procedure at the St. Louis Fetal Care Institute. They were hoping that their son would become the first child to successfully undergo a procedure known as hydrogel tracheal occlusion. About 18 weeks into Bonnie’s pregnancy in 2010, a routine ultrasound examination revealed the baby’s gender – he would be a boy named Flynn. The procedure also uncovered abnormalities within Flynn’s developing chest. Additional imaging examinations confirmed that Flynn was growing with a congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH), one of the more common fetal conditions detected before birth. The diaphragm is a wall of muscle and tendon that separates the chest and abdominal cavities. Approximately one in 2,500 babies develops with an opening in the diaphragm that allows the stomach, liver, kidneys and other organs to grow within the chest rather than the abdomen, depriving the lungs of the space they need to form. Flynn presented one of the most severe forms of CDH, which blocked nearly all growth of his lungs. “I started gathering as much information about options as I could because I knew his diagnosis was very severe, due to the amount of his liver they could see up where his lungs should be,” Bonnie says. Bonnie’s doctor in Kansas City said the baby’s chances of survival were very small. The child’s best option would be a fetal surgical procedure, but few centers in the United States perform it. “I came across a website with a link to the Fetal Care Institute in St. Louis. I read about the tracheal occlusion procedure they were doing. It was so much closer than the other centers I read about. I met with the team at the institute and decided this was our best fighting chance to get him out alive,” Bonnie says.

Mothers come from across the U.S. to receive treatment from the FCI at SSM Cardinal Glennon and the

Foundation is often asked to assist with transportation, lodging and other family needs during the fragile weeks leading up to these high-risk surgeries and births.

Ed Yang, M.D., Ph.D., is co-director of the institute and a pediatric surgeon at SSM Cardinal Glennon. The other co-director is Mike Vlastos, M.D., a maternal-fetal specialist at St. Mary’s Health Center.

Dr. Ed Yang, co-director of the St. Louis Fetal Care Institute, draws a syringe of the blue hydrogel used in a novel treatment for some patients with a congenital diaphramatic hernia.

The St. Louis Fetal Care Institute was the first program in Middle America capable of performing both open and minimally invasive surgical procedures on babies not yet born. The institute was formed as a collaboration between Saint Louis University and SSM Health Care – St. Louis. It is based at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center and operates to combine the expertise of SSM Cardinal Glennon’s pediatric specialists and the obstetrical staff at SSM St. Mary’s. Together they diagnose and address problems that previously were recognized during fetal development but went untreated until birth.

Fetal surgery arose after the broad application of ultrasound in prenatal care about four decades ago. Ultrasound utilizes reflected high-frequency sound waves to produce visual images of the body’s soft tissues. Over time, the visualization of fetal development was coupled with knowledge of outcomes so doctors could predict the results of diseases seen during pregnancy. It became apparent that some diseases, including mild cases of CDH, could wait for treatment until after the baby is born. On the other hand, Yang says, “There are some diseases that do require intervention because the babies may

The Fetal Care Institute’s facilities at SSM Cardinal Glennon were built with private donations to Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation.” The Fetal Care Institute’s facilities at SSM Cardinal Glennon were built with private donations to the Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation. Every month, many of the needs of this world-class department and the mothers seeking advice, guidance and, often, surgical intervention to save their unborn children, are being met by private contributions from the community.

die after birth or have serious, long-term problems. We have done a great deal of research on how to predict the outcome for a fetus with congenital diaphragmatic hernia.”

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GIVING ACHANCE

Most babies are born with lungs about the size of tangerines. “When there is a severe CDH such as Flynn had, the lung can have the volume of a tablespoon, and there is no way to survive with that,” Yang says. A tiny lung is insufficient for oxygenation and blood flow. “There is not enough lung to do the gas exchange, and there are not enough blood vessels in the lung for the blood to pass through to the body,” he says. “The heart pumps all the blood through the lungs and then to the body. If the lungs are too small, the blood flow is shut off. The heart tries to pump but can’t push the blood. Ultimately the heart fails.” Dr. Yang explained.

Dr. Ed Yang, center, and Dr. Mike Vlastos, right, inserted four milliliters of hydrogel into Flynn's trachea during a fetal surgical procedure last September, more than two months before his birth.

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MINIMALLY-INVASIVE PROCEDURES ome fetal surgeries require incisions in the mother’s abdomen and womb so the fetus can be partially removed for correction. Other fetal interventions can be completed with an incision of just a few millimeters, thanks to the development of instruments for minimally invasive surgery. When a

When there is a severe CDH such as Flynn had, the lung can have the volume of a tablespoon, and there is no way to survive with that...” Yang began devising a different approach that occludes the airway with DuraSeal™, a synthetic hydrogel first used to close the brain’s outer membrane, or dura mater, following surgery. The gel slowly dissolves so the airway blockage is gone by the baby’s birth. “The hydrogel has been used safely thousands of times in humans for other purposes,” Yang says. “It is highly attractive for many procedures because it is incredibly sticky. It sticks very well to body tissues, such as the lining of the trachea. Over time it is broken down by the body’s enzymes and is released into the lung fluid and the mom’s amniotic space.” Ultrasound images show that the hydrogel remains in the baby’s airway for about four weeks. That is enough time to stimulate significant lung growth in the developing child while leaving the airway open by the time of the baby’s delivery.

procedure is executed with these fine instruments, the risks of premature delivery are greatly reduced. Bonnie Leigh and the unborn Flynn underwent the tracheal occlusion procedure at SSM Cardinal Glennon on Sept. 11, 2010. With mom under general anesthesia, Vlastos gently rotated Flynn by manipulating his body through mother’s abdominal wall. “The normal position for the baby is head down. Ideally we want the baby positioned with his head up, as if he was looking at us through mom’s abdominal wall,” Yang says. Then a series of tiny tubes and scopes were placed near Flynn’s mouth through tiny incisions in his mother’s abdomen and womb. A fiber optic scope was followed to Flynn’s mouth. “Then we went through his mouth and into his airway. We injected four milliliters of the hydrogel. That’s a bit less than a teaspoon,” Yang says. The procedure lasted 90 minutes. “The procedure went very well,” Bonnie says. “I didn’t have much pain. The incision was so small I don’t even have a scar.” Bonnie underwent weekly ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging examinations, alternating visits to her doctor in Kansas City with trips to the Fetal Care Institute at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center.

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A few of the world’s handful of fetal surgeons have experimented with fetal tracheal occlusion as a treatment for CDH after it was found that placement of an airway blockage creates pressure

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within the forming lungs and stimulates growth. Previous efforts utilized a tiny balloon inserted into the baby’s airway through a minimally invasive incision in the mother’s womb. The challenge with the balloon occlusion occurs when the baby is born with a blocked airway. A procedure must be performed to remove the balloon within seconds so the baby can begin breathing.


At home in Kansas City with parents Bonnie and Parrish and sister Sparrow, Flynn is developing normal motor skills and is "very smart," his mom says.

“I was always worried that there would be bad news,” she says. “But each time the images showed that he kept getting better. His lungs kept expanding. Eventually we could see his right lung, which was great because originally it looked like it didn’t exist.” “He experienced good lung growth for four weeks. Remarkable lung growth,” Yang says. “According to the MRI, his lungs doubled in size.”

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EXIT PROCEDURE s Flynn’s delivery approached, his parents were told that he still might require a period of support on an extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) machine while his lungs continued to grow. The ECMO machine removes blood from the body and passes it through a membrane that exchanges carbon dioxide for oxygen before returning the blood to the body. The procedure can result in side effects. “CDH patients who go on ECMO have a lower chance of survival and can have a higher rate of learning disabilities and other developmental issues,” Yang says.

Flynn’s birth was scheduled for Nov. 22, 2010, in the operating room just upstairs from the Dana Brown Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at SSM Cardinal Glennon. Flynn entered the world through the exit procedure, another recent development in fetal surgery. “In an exit procedure the baby is partially delivered through a cesarean section incision,” Yang says. “The baby remains attached to the placenta through its umbilical cord, so the mother continues to supply blood flow. That gave us time to take Flynn out and make sure his airway was clear. When everything was safe and the baby could breathe, we cut the umbilical cord.” The delivery was attended by 30 medical professionals – complete teams for mom and baby.

to figure out why he had such a dramatic response so we can duplicate it in the future,” Yang says. A recent grant from the Fred Saigh Foundation to the Fetal Care Institute at SSM Cardinal Glennon and SSM St. Mary’s will be a huge catalyst for developing more life-saving procedures and building more awareness of the work being done by the center’s amazing surgeons and fetal care specialists.

More support and financial donations will assist further research and advance the groundbreaking work of this institute, where each year dozens of precious babies are being saved while still in the womb. “The Foundation has been instrumental in supporting the Fetal Care Institute, from initial

funding for instruments to helping build the new clinic space, which was designed specifically for mothers,” Yang says. “We are very indebted to the Foundation and all their donors and hope to make them proud of their investment.” Flynn underwent surgery a few days after his delivery to repair his diaphragmatic hernia. He spent seven weeks in the neonatal unit before traveling home. At 13 months of age, Flynn is beginning to pull himself up and stand. “It is wonderful to see what he can do.

We are very indebted to the Foundation and hope to make them proud of their investment.” As Bonnie recovered from the haze of anesthesia, she had one question on her mind. “I repeated over and over – ‘No ECMO? No ECMO?’ They kept reassuring me that Flynn did not need ECMO and everything was good. They wheeled my bed into the NICU so I could see him. It was amazing,” she says. Flynn Baker, a full-term boy weighing more than 7 pounds, made history that day as the first baby to be born following a successful hydrogel tracheal occlusion. Yang and Vlastos will continue to track Flynn’s growth to evaluate the outcomes for the tracheal occlusion procedure. “He had an excellent response. We are hoping

Developmentally he is two or three months behind most kids, but he is very smart,” his mother says. “He points and does baby sign language and a lot of the fine motor skills most kids do at this point. His gross motor skills are still coming along because of the effects of the hernia surgery on his abdominal muscles. “We are so thankful that we have Flynn. We believe he would not have survived without that procedure. How awesome the people at the Fetal Care Institute were. They took good care of us,” Bonnie says.

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outlook Cleft lip and palate surgery starts Sophia on a beautiful life

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eople can’t believe she is the same baby,” Alycia Goodrich says during her daughter’s first postoperative visit to SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. Sophia Goodrich was born with cleft lip and palate on Dec. Sophia at birth 8, 2010. The clefts produced wide gaps in her upper lip, nose and roof of her mouth. “Her pediatrician recommended we go to Cardinal Glennon,” her mom says. “That’s where he sends all his patients for pediatric care.”

Right: Sophia Goodrich at her 1-month postoperative checkup


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left lip and palate are birth defects that occur when a baby’s lip and mouth do not form properly during fetal development. “The face develops in five sections,” says Alexander Y. Lin, M.D., section chief of pediatric plastic surgery and director of the St. Louis Cleft-Craniofacial Center at SSM Cardinal Glennon. “If these do not fuse properly, the child ends up with a cleft. This is usually a random event that is not genetic. Children with clefts are usually normal other than the cleft itself.” The U.S. Centers for Disease Control lists cleft lip and palate as the most common congenital defect, affecting about one in 600 births. Because cleft lip and palate have an array of effects, the cleft team at SSM Cardinal Glennon includes members from plastic surgery, speech therapy, orthodontics, audiology and earnose-throat, and occupational therapy. The clefts cause problems with appearance, feeding, dental growth and language. When the palate has a

don’t have a well-formed identity, so how they look and sound profoundly affect their psychosocial development.”

“Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation donors provide financial assistance to help cover the costs of cleft lip and palate care for families who do not have sufficient resources.” cleft, air that is supposed to be produced by the mouth escapes through the cleft palate into the nose, creating nasal, airy sounds that are difficult to understand. Affected children also may be prone to ear infections and hearing loss. “The repair of cleft lip, nose and palate is performed by a plastic surgeon and can be thought of as cosmetic,” Lin says. “But what is considered cosmetic for adults is essential for children. Kids

“Children with uncorrected clefts would look unusual and their speech would be almost unintelligible,” Lin continues. “That is the saddest part about cleft lip and palate,” says Alycia. “Little kids can be so mean about people who are different.” Alycia and husband Robert began visiting Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center early last year from their home in Strasburg, a village in south central Illinois. They were comforted

All smiles! Robert (left), Sophia and Alycia Goodrich visit Dr. Alexander Lin for a follow-up exam after Sophia's cleft surgery.

by Lin, team members of the St. Louis Cleft-Craniofacial Center and parents of other children undergoing cleft surgeries. “It was tough seeing her when she was born,” Robert says. “I cried. I thought I would handle it better. Talking with other families about their children really helped. Everybody here understands what we’re going through.” During Sophia’s third hospitalization, her family was visited at SSM Cardinal Glennon by Matt Holliday, St. Louis Cardinals left fielder. “Meeting Matt Holliday was great,” Robert says. “I love this hospital.” “The cleft team was very reassuring,” Alycia says. “They told us this is something Dr. Lin does every day.”

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“I do more than one cleft surgery every week, totaling more than 100 cleftcraniofacial surgeries last year. Combined with all our clinic patients, that means there is at least one child with a cleft who walks through our doors every day. Many people don't realize how common cleft lip and palate are in the United States," Lin says.

Sophia underwent three operations in her first year. One reduced the gap in her lip and nose. The realigned tissues were given time to grow, then a second operation reconstructed her cleft lip and nose. Surgery to repair the cleft palate was delayed until she was 1 year old, about the usual age of speech development.

The Foundation is seeking funding for the St. Louis Cleft-Craniofacial Center at SSM Cardinal Glennon to add a permanent orthodontist to its team... Sophia’s facial reconstruction was completed before she would have memories of her initial appearance and before she would enter the busiest period of speech development. Sophia started her second year as a very beautiful little girl. “Plastic surgery on kids is difficult, partly because their tissues are rapidly growing and changing shape, and many kids will require small revisions,” Lin says. “The goal is that, by the time she gets to school, few people will be able to

Mom takes a peek as Dr. Lin examines Sophia's postoperative palate.

Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation donors provide ongoing financial assistance to help cover the costs of cleft lip and palate care for patients whose families do not have sufficient resources. The Foundation is seeking funding for the St. Louis CleftCraniofacial Center at SSM Cardinal Glennon to add a permanent orthodontist to its team as current orthodontists are available on a volunteer basis only a few days per month. "The jaw tilts in towards the cleft, skewing the teeth severely. This requires specialized orthodontics to restore a normal conversational smile, which is essential for chewing and communication,” Lin says.

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tell that she ever looked different. Scars never completely disappear but fade a little each year.” “The surgeries went really well,” Sophia’s mother says. “Her doctors were amazing. Her nurses were awesome.” Like most kids with clefts, Sophia will require plastic surgery to bone graft

her upper jaw and gums, and will need orthodontics as early as age 6 onwards. “She has a tiny scar but as she gets older that will fade,” her dad says. Sophia is now involved with more mundane aspects of life, such as experimenting with anything she can reach. “I have to duct-tape the TV remote or she’ll keep turning the sound up,” her father says with a laugh.


PARTNERS IN PARENTING

Concussions STAYING AHEAD OF

Think only the parents of star quarterbacks have to worry about concussions? Think again.

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oncussions are a well-known concern in the competitive world of high school and college athletics, but they occur with sports and recreational activities at any age. Experts estimate as many as 3.8 million recreationand sports-related concussions happen each year in the United States, according to an August 2010 report in “Pediatrics Magazine.” A concussion is a brain injury caused by a direct blow to the head or body violent enough to shake the head. There is a widespread belief that concussions can happen only if the affected person actually faints or blacks out as a result of the injury. Not so, says Dr. Sean Goretzke, director of Neurology at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. “Most concussions actually do not involve a loss of consciousness,” he says. “People who rule out concussions because the child did not lose consciousness run

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the risk of complications for not treating the concussion. Parents, trainers and coaches must be familiar with the symptoms of a concussion.” Concussion symptoms are far-reaching and affect the body not just physically, but mentally and emotionally. Physical symptoms of a concussion include headache, nausea, vomiting and dizziness. Children who have suffered a concussion may also show problems with cognitive ability. They often have memory problems and difficulty focusing and staying on task. Emotional issues can occur as well: Many people with concussions will be moody, anxious and exhibit poor impulse control. Sleep is another area that can suffer in a person that has experienced a concussion, either by having difficulty falling asleep or feeling excessively tired. Athletes in certain sports have long prided themselves in their ability to withstand


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pain and injury and have, at times, felt pressured to “play through the pain.” Although this mentality still exists in athletic competition at all levels, positive strides are being made in changing this culture, including at the professional level. “You can’t just play through,” Goretzke says. “Most states are actually

taking that decision out of people’s hands and passing legislation to protect the student athletes. Missouri passed a bill this summer that, once a concussion is recognized, the athlete cannot return to play until being cleared by a medical provider with expertise in managing patients with concussion.” Unlike many other injuries, concussions do not have a standard treatment such as medication or a bandage. A majority of concussions will actually resolve on their own, but the time period for healing varies from person to person. Most people experience the acute effects of a concussion for up to seven to 10 days, but others may experience what is known as a “postconcussive syndrome.” In this complex disorder, the effects of a concussion last for several weeks or even months. This huge variable of “When is the concussion better?” means it is imperative for parents, coaches and

trainers to get the approval from a concussion-trained physician before allowing the child to return to physical activity. “There are people who, once they have experienced one concussion, are actually much more likely to experience multiple concussions,” Goretzke says. “In fact, there are studies that suggest that, after one concussion, a second and third can occur down the line with hits of much less force. We also know that if you have a second concussion while suffering the effects of the first concussion, it may prolong your recovery and increase the risk of developing longer lasting post-concussive symptoms or make the chance you will be in the post-concussive syndrome more likely.” Concussion experts put a lot of emphasis on prevention. Not every concussion can be prevented, but there are steps parents and coaches can take to lessen the chance. The most important: Wear a properly fitted helmet appropriate to the sport. “For sports that use helmets, they are really working on helmet technology to improve and decrease these injuries,” Goretzke says. “They have seen with some of the new, better helmets being used that the rates have dropped anywhere from 30 to 40 percent in the number of concussions that happen. This doesn’t necessarily mean that a concussion will be milder if it does happen to an athlete wearing this helmet, but it does decrease the chance overall.” Preventing concussions that occur out of the sports arena is trickier. Seat belts can help prevent concussions from head injuries in a car crash. Homes can also be evaluated for potential fall hazards that could result in a concussion. Helmets continue to be recommended for recreational activities such as biking, rollerblading,

skateboarding, ice-skating and skiing. Parents must learn to recognize the symptoms of a concussion and know to seek treatment if a concussion is suspected. Although most concussions will heal with few complications, the possibility of multiple concussions is one to take seriously. “We know that you are more likely to experience multiple concussions after the first one,” Goretzke says. “What we don’t know is how many concussions are too many.”

Concussion Clinic at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center

SSM Cardinal Glennon holds a weekly outpatient concussion clinic for patients who have received a concussion. Concussion specialists monitor the patients, allowing them to safely return to physical activities. Patients in the clinic are evaluated by neurologist Dr. Raman Malhotra and neuropsychologist Stacy Woodrome, Ph.D. Both doctors have extensive experience with pediatric head injuries and concussions. Appointments to the concussion clinic can be made by calling 314-577-5338.


GLENNON KIDS

MY MOM SAYS,

“God made me special” E

ight years ago, Connie and Todd Bauman were raising three children, and life in Ste. Genevieve, Mo., was “normal.” Expecting their fourth child, they figured that with 2-, 4- and 10-year-old siblings, a baby would fit fairly neatly into the comfy routine of normal everyday life. That’s exactly what happened when Aly Marie Bauman joined the family—full term and no complications. Then, some digestive tract complications started…persisted…and escalated until, at 6 weeks, Aly was admitted to SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center under the care of gastroenterologist Thomas Foy, M.D. She recovered, but within months the problems resumed, and she had Two-year-old Aly as a begun to wheeze. When PICU patient Aly was admitted for her second inpatient stay, mother Connie recalls, “She was in extremely poor shape.

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She had low albumin and white blood cell counts; her lungs were filled with fluid.” After a week in the hospital, “Dr. Foy came to us and said, ‘The good news is, I know what’s wrong; the bad news is, I know what’s wrong’” Connie says. Aly had intestinal lymphangiectasia, a rare condition in which her lymphatic system and intestines had not developed properly and

“I worked full-time when Aly was born. I had to quit my job and adjust to a loss of income…that’s a lot of stress. But, we were just ecstatic and grateful she was coming home,” Connie says. The Baumans adjusted and again, established a normal, everyday family routine. Things ran smoothly until home health lab reports showed that Aly’s blood

“At age 7, she has never eaten a peanut butter-and-jelly sandwich, and has had more than 400 transfusions.” could not absorb fat. As a result, for 18 hours each day, their infant daughter needed Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN) administered through a central line in her chest wall. Plus, Aly had a clotting disorder that required medication and monitoring. Dr. Foy knew of only five patients in the world with these concurrent disorders. His recommendation for this rare combination? Aly needed 24-hour care.

counts had dropped. A CT scan revealed what Dr. Foy believes Aly had harbored since birth, “…a thrombosis (blood clot) in her portal vein. That created back pressure in the vessel and, for that reason, she bleeds (internally),” Dr. Foy explains. Because of that slow, persistent blood loss, Aly needs an average of two blood transfusions at the Bob Costas Cancer Center each week.


Kim Killebrew, R.N. (left), Dr. Tom Foy, M.D. ladybug Aly (age 6) and Laura Hotle, P.N.P.

With two medical conditions that create distinct as well as interactive health problems, Aly’s current life is regulated by 12-hour nightly infusions of nutrients and blood transfusions at the cancer center approximately every four days. At age 7, she has never eaten a peanut butter-andjelly sandwich, and has had more than 400 transfusions. Despite all that, Aly is a typical first grader.

When she’s not riding her bike, playing football with her brothers (mom wishes she wouldn’t) or building “forts” in the house, you can find Aly participating in quieter activities like computer, card and board games, or playing with her collection of stuffed animals. But, don’t let the serene side of Aly fool you: “She’d shoot you with a Nerf gun if you turned your back on her!” Connie says. “You can’t emphasize enough that this is an amazing family,” Dr. Foy says. He credits Connie with providing excellent

My mo m says God ma de me spe cial to brin g out the goo d in oth ers. W hen I w as bor n, my bod y had a blo od clot , like a clos ed doo r at the end o f a hall w ay tha t mad e my blo od leak out oth er littl e pat hs. I go to SSM Cardinal Glen non Chil dre n’s Med ical Cen ter f or blo od tran sf usio ns. Tha t’s like filli ng up you r tan k w hen you ’re out o f gas. My mo m says I can get blo od tran sf usio ns bec aus e God ma de nice peo ple w ho care abo ut oth ers and don ate blo od. I’d like to tell eve ryo ne, “ Tha nk you ! ” My mo m wis hes she kne w ho w to get eve ryo ne to give blo od. She say s the re’s nev er eno ugh bec aus e so ma ny kids nee d blo od and des erv e a cha nce to be gro w n-u ps, too . Rig ht no w, I’m ask ing you ! XOXO,

home care for Aly and for instilling a remarkable sense of optimism, gratitude and desire to make a difference by encouraging blood donations. “Aly gives talks promoting blood donations…at school and here at the hospital. She’s a delightful girl,” Dr. Foy continues.

“The annual Bob Costas Benefit has generated more than $9 million to treat kids like Aly.” Aly puts her spunky attitude and persuasive nature to work as a blood drive ambassador — most recently for SSM Cardinal Glennon’s December 2011 blood drive. Aly’s written appeal (with Connie’s help) encourages donations and presents a real-life example of exactly whom these life-giving donations benefit. Without the compassionate staff, nurturing environment and world-class services of the cancer center day hospital, Aly’s life would not be the “normal” that the Baumans work so diligently to achieve. “When you spend one or two days a week for five years with the same staff…you know them as extended family. You aren’t just ‘a patient’ at the Costas Center…it’s where Aly can get the serious medical care she needs without feeling like she’s in the hospital,” Connie says. What, exactly, is “normal” for the Bauman family of seven? With kids 17 to 21/2, Connie says, “We have all ages and all aspects, but nothing out of the ordinary.” She acknowledges that the challenges are sometimes difficult for Aly’s siblings, but feels her family is affected most in a positive way. “The way they care about other people…she’s made a great impact on them.” And, what about Aly? “Well, she’s a tomboy, basically. For a kid who’s sick, she’s the mischievous one! Aly doesn’t get treated any differently than the rest of our children. She’s just your average 7-year-old. As parents, we have to make her life as ‘normal’ as possible. It’s our job,” Connie says.

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Benjamin Kuper

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t took a leap of faith for Lori and Jim Kuper to transfer 1-day-old Benjamin from a Belleville, IL, hospital and place him in the hands of an SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center neonatal surgical team without guarantee of the outcome. The mission? To enclose the small sac containing spinal cord and fluid, visible and protruding from Benjamin’s lower spine. Doctors had diagnosed him with myelomeningocele, the most common form of spina bifida, in which the bony closure around the spinal column is incompletely formed, or absent. Surgeons assured the Kupers that Benjamin’s surgery was both

1991 SPIN A BIFID A PATIENT US ARMY AIRBORNE PARATROOPER

necessary and life-changing, so they took that leap with their infant son, hoping for the best. That surgery paved the way for a normal childhood with follow-up visits in early years, and routine checkups in his middle and high school years. “My mom didn’t like me playing contact sports. Other than that, I was a regular kid and did the usual stuff,” Benjamin says. The usual stuff as high school senior in Breeze, IL, included choosing a career. “I signed up for the Army and started basic training June 6, 2009, at Fort Knox,” he says. At enlistment time, Benjamin learned about Advanced Individual Training (AIT) following boot camp. There were openings for paratroopers in the Airborne Unit, the recruiter explained, “They jump out of airplanes.”

“I thought, ‘that sounds cool,’ so there I was at Fort Benning, GA., training to jump,” Benjamin says. Currently, Benjamin is an E4 SPC with the U.S. Army 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, NC, and he jumps out of planes. Despite his myelomeningocele, the life-changing surgery at SSM Cardinal Glennon allowed Benjamin to safely pass the Army’s requirements for airborne training. Now this “regular kid” wasn’t just doing “usual stuff,’ he had moved on to the extraordinary. Benjamin completed his first jump in November 2009 and has made more than 25 jumps since then. Regarding any risk from his previous condition, he says, “It’s all about the landing. My back doesn’t hurt at all when I land.”

Benjamin’s next jump is one into which he’ll free-fall without much training: parenthood. He and wife Erika are expecting their first baby in February. “I’m really excited about that,” Benjamin says.

NCER PATIENT Huey Blake 1978 CASSM CARDINAL GLENNON VOLUNTEER

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n 1978, Huey Blake was a familiar face around SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. Diagnosed with a brain tumor at age 4, Huey experienced two surgeries, numerous rounds of chemotherapy and radiation over a two-year time period during which he went home only occasionally. “The chemo made me sick a lot of the time, but when I wasn’t sick, I was runnin’ all over the hospital!” he says. The residual hearing and vision impairments Huey experienced may have precluded his dreams of playing high school basketball or pursuing work as a truck driver or carpenter. However, they did 36 • Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation

nothing to squelch the desire and energy he puts into giving back to those who helped him. “I’m just that kind of person,” Huey says. What started in Huey’s teenage years with counselor training at Camp Rainbow’s programs for kids undergoing treatment for or having survived cancer, has now, over the past 25 years, escalated to nearly a full-time volunteer

career. Giving himself Mondays off, Huey spends six to eight hours every Tuesday through Friday at SSM Cardinal Glennon, primarily in the Bob Costas Cancer Center with oncology patients. “If they’re not busy there, I go to patient rooms— usually up to the fourth floor,” he says. In addition to the kindness that comes naturally to this dedicated volunteer, Huey says he continues giving

of his time simply for the opportunity to give back. “Volunteers came to my room to cheer me up when I was a patient. I like to know I can do the same for kids in the same situation,” Huey says. Now, in 2012, with more than 4,800 volunteer hours logged at the medical center, Huey Blake is once again a familiar face around the medical center. “A lot of people know me,” he says.

On Dec. 2, 2011,

SSM Cardinal Glennon administrators, employees, volunteers, Foundation staff and Commerce Bank executives gathered to surprise Huey Blake with a muchdeserved a w ard. Huey w as the 100th recipient o f the Commerce Bank Community Service Award honoring his dedication and community service. Commerce Bank made a $5,000 contribution to SSM Cardinal Glennon in Huey’s name.

The funds will be used to buy toys in the Bob Costas Cancer Center.


Dear Supporters of SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Med

ical Center,

Fi ft h Th ird Ba nk is pr ou d to su pp or t th e SS M Ca rd in al Gl en no n Ch ild re n’ s Me dic al Ce nt er as a $100 ,0 00 Ba nk Sp on so r fo r 2012 . Its com

mitment to helping children be and stay healthy, regardless of ability to pay, has made it one of the top pediatric medical centers in the country. Fifth Third Bank has been in business for more than 150 years and has been in St. Louis the past 10. As we grow in the community, we strive to listen and inspire people to mak e smart financial solutions that continually improve thei r lives and the well-being of our commun ity. That’s why we’re so excited about this relationship. We reco gnize SSM Cardinal Glennon’s vision of hope, warmth, caring, commitment and excellence as one that inspires and improves lives and well-bein g in our community. We believe financial wellness and phy sical wellness go hand in hand, which makes our support of the Cardinal Glennon Children’s Med ical Center even more valuable. Throug h our commitment to St. Louis, we aspire to live our vision of being the one bank people most valu e and trust in a way that makes the community a better place. As the father of eight children with the ninth on the way, I can truly apprecia te that there are few things harder than having a sick child . We believe that with Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center, maybe it doesn’t have to be quite so hard. They provide a safe place for sick children, using the latest adva nces in medicine and technology, as well as providing support to families in need of transportation, lodging, food and other special needs. Inside our offices we strive to first liste n, and then provide financial service and consultation to solve even the toug hest challenges. Outside the bank, our employees serve on local boards and supp ort non-profit organizations with their time, talent and treasure. We’re thrilled to combine these activities with this state-of-the-art medical center. We believe that with the rich history and optimistic future of Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center, we’re about to experience something very special in our community. Sincerely,

Thomas G. Welch, Jr. President and CEO Fifth Third Bank, St. Louis

Thomas G. Welch, Jr.President and CEO of Fifth Third Bank, St. Louis

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GIVING BACK in the midst of grief

EXPRESSING GRATITUDE THROUGH FAITH AND FUND-RAISING It was only a few weeks after Julia and Dustin Campbell lost infant son Parker to a congenital birth defect that Julia hit the ground running with a mission to turn her grief into good. Still in the early stages of grieving, Julia recalled the thought she’d had months earlier, when first learning of

Parker’s diagnosis: a commitment to raising money for St. Louis Fetal Care Institute and to raising awareness about Parker’s condition, a congenital diaphragmatic hernia. Julia’s plan was to host a trivia night and silent auction, and despite having never attended either type of fundraiser, she plowed ahead, armed with determination and a wealth of supportive friends and family. The Campbells worked to raise funds for FCI and build awareness about Parker’s congenital condition

“It helped me a lot to know I was doing something for someone other than for me…doing good in memory of Parker,” Julia says. In December 2010, Julia and Dustin were thrilled to find out they were expecting. Having waited three years to become pregnant, they hoped the coming months would be routine. After experiencing two unexpected (non-pregnancyrelated) surgeries during the 19th and 24th weeks of their baby’s development, Julia hoped she was in the clear and the remaining months of pregnancy would be ordinary and uneventful. Following the ...continued on page G2

THE ULTIMATE BENEFITS

to Children Robert P. Bruns, a long-time benefactor of SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center, passed away on January 2, 2012. He was 82 years old. Mr. Bruns became a paraplegic following a motor vehicle accident he suffered during the Korean War. He continued to lead an active life while restricted to a wheelchair. In his later years, he began investing in

charitable gift annuities that would benefit children at SSM Cardinal Glennon. “I’ve always thought if I could help some kids and keep them out of wheelchairs, it will be worthwhile,” he said during an interview for Glennon Magazine in 2008. Mr. Bruns was a college student when he was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1952 and ...continued on page G3

”‘I’m sure a lot of kids are helped an awful lot,“ said Robert P. Bruns, a major benefactor of SSM Cardinal Glennon for two decades.

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...continued from page G1 first abdominal surgery, the couple was referred to St. Louis Fetal Care Institute at SSM St. Mary’s Health Center and Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center to ensure that their baby was carefully monitored throughout these unusual circumstances. A routine ultrasound revealed that the baby was a boy, but indicated the need for higher level imaging to secure fetal measurements and accurately view the baby’s developing internal organs. The Campbells then learned

Ph.D., and Mike Vlastos, M.D., “…thought it looked like a pretty bad one — in the severe range — and recommended that I have in-utero surgery.” Learning of her baby’s diagnosis was frightening, Julia says. “I panicked and had no idea what it really meant. I started researching CDH on the Internet, and started a Facebook page called ‘Prayers for Parker’. Within two and a half weeks, I had 19,000 people praying for my baby,” Julia says. It was then that Julia made the commitment to help

remained extraordinarily grateful to the staff at SSM Cardinal Glennon. “I am beyond grateful for everything the Fetal Care Institute staff did for us. I couldn’t have asked for a better team of doctors,” Julia says. In August 2011, Julia began her process: selected a date, secured a hall, posted fliers around their Granite City, Ill., hometown and told everyone she knew — and even those she didn’t — about her mission. “I had a lot of help from my family and friends who helped me find the hall, asked for donations and went door-to-door. I wrote letters, posted on Facebook, went to banks…I was amazed at the donations people made,”

Julia Campbell and mom, Rhonda Fuller, at the FCI fund-raiser in Parker Cambell’s memory.

Julia says her original goal was to raise $2,500 for the Fetal Care Institute. “I only paid out $200, and we ended up raising almost $5,000. When I saw that, I had to make that my goal. We had made T-shirts in memory of Parker, and I had taken orders on Facebook with extras to sell that night. When I saw how close we were, I went on-line and said, ‘C’mon,

Julia says her original goal was to raise $2,500 for the Fetal Care Institute. “I only paid out $200, and we ended up raising almost $5,000.” Dustin and Julia Campbell, with Julia’s mother, Rhonda Fuller, present the trivia night proceeds to FCI co-directors Drs. Mike Vlastos and Ed Yang. Mike Vlastos, M.D. (left), Dustin Campbell, Ed Yang, M.D., Julia Campbell, Rhonda Fuller

that their baby had a congenital diaphragmatic hernia, or CDH, (a hole in the muscle that separates the chest and abdominal cavities), a birth defect that affects one in 2,500 babies. The defect allows internal organs, like the stomach, liver and small intestine, to develop in the chest cavity, preventing proper lung development. Julia says Fetal Care Institute Codirectors Ed Yang, M.D., G2 • Glennon Friends

raise awareness about this relatively common birth defect and give back to the highly technical, yet compassionate care at the Fetal Care Institute. Despite an interventional in-utero surgical procedure, Prayers for Parker and the support of the Fetal Care Institute staff, at birth, Parker’s lungs were too small, and he could not survive. In the midst of tragedy, Julia and Dustin

Julia recalls. By the event’s November date, Julia had received hundreds of donated gift items from autographed sports memorabilia to specialty cookware and baby items, and had filled 28 tables with supporters for her cause. Among those was a table of Fetal Care Institute staff and their spouses, continuing their support for the Campbells. “I was shocked they showed up,” Julia says. “It meant a lot to me.”

you guys — I need to sell more shirts to reach this goal.’ I sold 25 more shirts and we went beyond the goal,” Julia says. Julia and Dustin’s future plans include hopeful optimism for another baby and an annual fund-raiser around Parker’s birthday each year. No matter the Campbells future life events, they remain dedicated to promoting the goodness they discovered in the midst of grief. “I couldn’t be more grateful,” Julia says.


GIFTS OF Remembrance

SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center gratefully acknowledges the following benefactors for their gifts made in the memory of a beloved family member, friend or colleague.

Mary Armitage Mr. and Mrs. Frederic E. Brown Theodore Aubuchon Ms. Audrey Finn Donna Jo Ayres Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Carroll William S. Badgley Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Crutsinger Elizabeth Hope Bahr Ms. Sara Dawson Barbara Baker-Lane Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Branson Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Stockman Edwin and Edna Bakula Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bakula Michael Jame Ball Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Ball Sophie Ballheimer Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Stanton Robert Bannecker Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Homa Del and Irene Bannister Mr. Thomas J. Bannister David F. Barber Mr. and Mrs. James G. Castellano Cody Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Lischer Virginia Barrett Mrs. Adele M. O'Sullivan

Jerome (Jerry) Barsaloux, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Barsaloux Ms. Julie Morrison Melodie Marie Bauer Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Bauer Glenn J. Baum Knights of Columbus Cahokia Council 1666 Charles Baumann Mr. and Mrs. William G. Stanley, Sr. Carol Baxmeyer Mr. and Mrs. John Hentis John Becher Mr. and Mrs. John M. Ackermann Aaron Becker Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Dickhens Al J. Becker Mrs. Dolores Smith Daniel Becker Ms. Cheryl A. Salamone Norman F. Bequette Mrs. Dorothy L. Bequette Anita Bernardi Ms. Nancy Pennington Thomas Bertrand Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Weber Lawrence Besmer Mrs. Betty J. Piel Keith Beuer Ms. Irma R. Beuer

Louis Beuer Ms. Irma R. Beuer Cole Beutenmiller Ms. Patricia A. Gern Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Kroupa, Sr. Edward (Ed) Blase Mr. and Mrs. Louis Altemeyer Mr. Thomas E. Blase, Sr. Ms. and Mrs. Michael B. Cooney Ms. Nancee K. Glaser Mr. Thomas T. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lensmeyer Mr. David R. Masterson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wright Butch Blaylock Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hance Inocencio M. Boc Mr. and Mrs. William J. Braun Mr. and Mrs. Tanner Brownrigg Dr. and Mrs. Cosme R. Cagas Ms. Betty L. Dittrich Mr. David C. Drysdale Mr. Erez Elisha Mr. and Mrs. Stefan Fonod Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green K.U. Internal Medicine Mr. and Mrs. Scott Keifer Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lowry ...Inocencio M. Boc continued on page G4

THE ULTIMATE BENEFITS

“I couldn’t work because I was paralyzed, but I have gotten along pretty good,” he said. “I studied the stock market for many years. Six or seven years ago I decided to cash in everything I had in stocks.”

Over a 20-year relationship with the Foundation, Mr. Bruns donated 15 gift annuities. “You’re making a donation and you’re getting a tax deduction,” Bruns said. “I am so pleased with my gift annuities,

Thanks to Mr. Bruns, many children have been assisted by SSM Cardinal Glennon. A visible legacy of his contributions will open to children late this spring – the Robert P. Bruns Playground. It will be built on an outdoor patio adjacent to the hospital’s original entrance hallway. And, as Mr. Bruns would wish, it will be fully handicapped and wheelchair accessible.

to Children ...continued from page G1 landed in Korea as a member of the engineer corps. He was riding in a jeep on a reconnaissance mission, inspecting roads and bridges, when the jeep rolled over and landed on him. His back was broken in two places. Mr. Bruns threw himself into his rehabilitation and vowed to live an active, independent life. He traveled, mastered woodworking and built impressive radio-controlled model airplanes. He also learned about the stock market.

“I am so pleased with my gift annuities, not only for the income I get but for the ultimate benefits to children.” Children’s charities were one of his top priorities, so he began placing charitable gift annuities with the Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation.

not only for the income I get but for the ultimate benefits to children. It is a win-win situation. I’m sure a lot of kids who go through there are helped an awful lot.”

His legacy will live on as the new Rally Squirrel playground will be named in his honor.

Gifts received from August 1, 2011, to January 31, 2012 • G3

GIFTS OF REMEMBRANCE

Danny Accola Ms. Dianne Parker Eileen J. Achenbach Mr. Ronald D. Achenbach Carol Adam Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Wittenberg Evan John Albes Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Albes Mr. and Mrs. Steven Lohbeck T. Ed Albright, III Mr. and Mrs. Lorry Bannes BJC HealthCare Mr. and Mrs. Mike Delaney Mr. Michael T. Finneran Ms. Susan A. Fluegel Ms. Mary Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Hudson Mr. and Mrs. George E. Hudson IPC The Hospitalist Co., Inc. Mr. Henry L. Key Ms. Betsy R. Krieg Ms. Marsha C. Mahne Mr. and Mrs. Elliot M. Raizman Mr. Mark E. Ward Mr. Rob Wasiak Mary Fern Allen Mr. Mark A. Guethle Nicholas Arlo Mr. and Mrs. James G. Castellano


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GIFTS OF REMEMBRANCE

Mr. David G. Naylor Mr. and Mrs. William D. Robinson Dr. Ky Stoltzfus Ms. Candace L. Young Odilo (Joe) Bolander Knights of Columbus Newton Local Assembly No. 1554 Anne K. Bolinske Ms. Jean Lewis Hunt Marion L. Bomkamp Mr. and Mrs. John K. Powers Mary Jean Boos Mr. and Mrs. Matt Edwards Ms. Dorothy F. Reid Ms. Anita Turner Cletus Borgerding Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Sullivan Frank Borsig Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kaiser Jace Robert Bowling Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Anselment Mr. and Mrs. John Bowling Ms. Sherry K. Bowling Mrs. Joyce Cockrum Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coronado Mr. and Mrs. David A. Ellingsworth Mr. and Mrs. Bradley D. Futrell Mr. Gary L. Hart Family of the Late Helen Hart Mr. Jerry R. Hart Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hart Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hart Ms. Virginia Hart Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hastings Ms. Catherine Hastings

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Mr. and Mrs. Gale Hastings Ms. Gayle L. Hefner Ms. Wilma Karcher Mr. and Mrs. Gary Little Ms. Shirley Payne Mr. and Mrs. William L. Redfern Mr. and Mrs. Dale F. Savage Mr. and Mrs. Terry Savage Ms. Nada Upchurch William Kenneth (Ken) Braden Mrs. Peggy J. Braden Michael Brady Mr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Neusel Alan (A. J.) Brandl Ms. Michelle Keith John (Jack) W. Brandle Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Gerst Pat Brandle Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Gerst Joyce Rebecca Bray Mrs. Nancy R. Haynes Shirley Brickler Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sheets Gretchen Amanda Brockmann Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Brockmann Susan Bronson Mr. Edward S. Bronson Keegan LC Brown Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Krause Glen Bruckerhoff Mr. Cecil J. Franklin Adeline E. Brundick Mr. Edward M. Cirar, Jr. Alphonse Brune Mrs. Lucille Brune Al Bruns Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Maher

Bernie Bruns Mr. and Mrs. Gerit Geiger Carolyn Brusca Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kuhlmann Marilyn Bruzewitz Mr. and Mrs. Gerit Geiger James M. Buatte Mr. and Mrs. Todd J. Schwent John and Elizabeth Buckley Ms. Elizabeth A. Bryan Lester Buff Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hance Virginia M. Burkemper Mrs. Joyce Brown Florence Burnett Ms. Delores Hendricks Dr. Francis J. Burns Dr. Michael F. Burns Harold H. Bushur Knights of Columbus Effingham Assembly 0214 Kenneth H. Butler Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Hassebrock Kaitlyn Byrnes Mr. Thomas M. Smithwick Maya Elise Cacioppo Mr. and Mrs. Gary Warner Judith E. Campana Mr. Lawrence A. Campana Jimmy Campise Ms. Susan Grzeskowiak William Canner Mr. and Mrs. Donald Webb Nona Capps Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Wolff McKenna Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Carroll

Bill Childress

ill Childress loved children and w as blessed with an ever-expanding family. He and his wife, Rosemary, w ere the loving parents of 11 children, grandparents of 49 and great grandparents of 24 … and counting! Bill, like many of his generation, honorably served in World War II, after w hich he earned a degree from Saint Louis University and then w orked his way up to become a successful executive at Emerson Electric, retiring as a corporate vice-president. His most important virtue w as living a life of personal integrity, and that w as exemplified with his loyalty, dependability, strength and honesty. He had a strong w ork ethic, but w as able to leave w ork behind to focus on his loving wife and children.

“ O ur first connection with Cardinal Glennon Children’s M edical Center w as back in 1975,” commented Elaine Childress, one of Bill’s children. “ Dad’s fourth grandchild w as diagnosed at Cardinal Glennon with cystic fibrosis. We began visiting the CF clinic, w here Dr. Tony Rejent and M ary Ellen Judge became not only our medical supporters, but our friends. In the ensuing years, three other grandchildren benefited from the w onderful care found at Cardinal Glennon. Through this, w e came to kno w the compassion that is evident at the hospital.” A nd that is the same love of children that is no w evident through the 84 offspring of William and Rosemary Childress.

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G4 • Glennon Friends

Stephen Carter Mrs. Mildred L. Winscott Robert J. Cassilly, Jr. Mr. Joseph C. Budde Mrs. Virginia Downey Ms. Marianne McDaniel Mr. Michael J. Scheve Ms. Barb Schopp Mrs. Mildred L. Winscott Corinne A. Chalmers Cardinal Glennon Children's Guild Larry Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Dwight L. Bigham Mr. and Mrs. James A. Bigham Ms. Mary Deaton Mr. and Mrs. Roger M. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Greg B. Hale Ms. Mary E. Nippe Mr. and Mrs. Gene A. Opp Ms. Emma J. Steele Elizabeth Chellevold Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Roth YongHai Chen Ms. Sherri L. Fisher William K. Childress Mr. and Mrs. Dan Aiazzi Mr. and Mrs. Mark Aiazzi Mr. and Mrs. Pat Baehler Mr. and Mrs. Michael Barry Mr. James M. Benedick Mr. and Mrs. Tony S. Bonsignore Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Borgmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Brockhaus Mr. and Mrs. William Bruce Mr. and Mrs. William J. Buchmueller


Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Philip G. Winter Mr. and Mrs. James Wojciechowski Ms. Linda L. Wulf Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Zavaglia Ms. Susan M. Ziegler William Anthony Chiste, Sr. Mr. Timothy James Kellen Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Lane Mr. and Mrs. Don E. Ward Michael Cioffi Mr. and Mrs. James J. O'Connor, III Louis Cirar Mr. Edward M. Cirar, Jr. Ollie L. Cisler Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Borgmeyer Ralph Barker Clark Mrs. June B. Clark Mark Cody Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mueller Michael Cody Mrs. Adele M. O'Sullivan Paul E. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. DeClue Ryan Collier Mr. and Mrs. James F. Simpson Elsie Lee Collins Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Bulback Ms. Shirley M. Menhard Marilyn Conway Mr. Joseph J. Conway

Christopher P. Corrigan Mr. and Mrs. Myron J. Klevens Allison Corsetti Ms. Elizabeth Seitz Linda Cowell Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Raymond Cranor Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Bockius Dennis Creech Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Wiegers Timothy Cuddy Mr. and Mrs. Frederic E. Brown Eugene J. Czarnecki Ms. Michelle Keith Richard P. D'Arcangelis Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Marlo Tyler Dasher Ms. Linda Kuelker John and Mary Degreeff Miss Blanche C. DeGreeff Jerry Deiner Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cohen Carl W. Demsky Mrs. Carol J. Demsky Bart J. Devoti Mr. and Mrs. William W. Saylor Theodora (Dora) Devoti Ms. Shawn Brusatti Mr. and Mrs. Brian K. Forney Mr. and Mrs. Jim Glen Ms. Mary Heitert Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Knibb

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Marcallini Mr. and Mrs. David Murphy Ms. Lynn P. Schaefer Mr. Robert Smith Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Toolen Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Tornetto Betty Dickhaner Mr. and Mrs. John E. Johnson Mildred Dittmeier Mrs. Shirley L. Ahrens Earl B. Doggendorf Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Will Molly Rose Dolan Mr. and Mrs. John M. Dolan Dr. James L. Donahoe Mrs. Betty J. Donahoe James L. Donahoe Mrs. Norma J. Middlekauff Doris Done Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Leach Milton Done Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Leach Craig Doss Mr. and Mrs. Ron Elz Evan Downs Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bond Dennis E. Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Duncan Tabatha Dushane Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Farris Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. Hubbard Ms. Ellen A. Levinson Kyle Christian Egan Mr. and Mrs. William H. Egan Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Rhew, Jr. Joseph Eichner Mrs. Mary Anne Jerabek Bill Elfrink Mr. and Mrs. Larry O. Masters Harold and Helen Engler Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Zimmermann Viola Erbs Ms. Elvera A. Erbs Grace Erker Mr. and Mrs. O'Neill Farrington, Jr. Patricia Erker Mr. Christopher B. Noyes William H. Erker Mr. and Mrs. O'Neill Farrington, Jr. Debbie Ernst Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hoffman Patti Faltus Mr. Frank Faltus Isabella (Izzy) Feltmann Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Baumgarth Joseph A. Fenlon Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lindley Joseph W. Fete Mrs. Patricia D. Cooseman Eugene Fields Ms. Elizabeth L. Dyer Erica Finn Ms. Audrey Finn

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GIFTS OF REMEMBRANCE

Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Byrne Mr. and Mrs. James G. Castellano Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Castellano Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Castellano Ms. Laura Ceretti-Michelman Mr. and Mrs. Themos Dassopoulos Mr. Kevin G. Datillo Mr. and Mrs. Mike Diehl Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Ditzler Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Drummond Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Emanuel Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fernandez Mr. Cristine N. Fischer Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Frederiksen Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Fuist Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Gassel Ms. Patricia A. Gates Mr. and Mrs. John Geary Ms. Judith E. Geary Mr. Robert J. Geary Mr. and Mrs. Russell George, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Gershman Mr. Bryan Hargiss Mr. and Mrs. Clifford J. Herman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Huellinghorst Mr. and Mrs. John Lovaldi Mr. and Mrs. Daniel James Mr. and Mrs. James P. Jandro Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jung Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Kappel Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Keys Mrs. Mary Ann Landolt Mr. and Mrs. James J. Lang Mr. and Mrs. Tim Liebman Ms. Carole A. Lohe Mr. and Mrs. William R. Maher Mr. Michael S. McCoy Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Meyer Mrs. Barbara Monke Mr. and Mrs. John Moritz Ms. Sandra Mueller Mr. and Mrs. James G. Murphy, III Mr. and Mrs. Rick Navarre Nelsen and Lee, P.C. Mr. Timothy Ney Norwood Hills Country Club Norwood Seniors' Association Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Pagano Ms. Patricia M. Pallardy Ms. Joan Pezold Ms. Rosemary Pitlyk Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Raczkiewicz Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reinhardt Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Renner Mrs. Leslie Ronzio Mr. and Mrs. H. John Sauer, III Mr. and Mrs. John Shifflett Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Shore Dr. and Mrs. Allen D. Soffer Mr. Gerald G. Sommer Mr. and Mrs. James J. Speciale Mr. Timothy M. Stoehner Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vogt


GIFTS OF REMEMBRANCE

GIFTS OF REMEMBRANCE

James Fischer Mr. and Mrs. O'Neill Farrington, Jr. Edward J. Fitzgerald, IV Ms. Laverne Fitzgerald Jill Fleischman Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fleischman Bill Ford Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McDowell J. Michael Ford Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Pelikan, Jr. Joseph Forshaw Aalco Wrecking Company, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Sullivan Taylah Franca Ms. Clara Westenberger William M. Francis Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hartman Geraldine French Ms. Marlo Nachtweih Ralph Fries Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Kaliher Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Schaubert John Frisch Mrs. Ednamae V. Bergauer Mary Elizabeth Fuhro Mr. Charles E. Fuhro Ms. Cynthia Fuhro Mr. Michael W. Fuhro Mr. and Mrs. Scott Fuhro Meda Galloway Mr. Donnie R. Galloway Dolores A. Gamel Mr. John Amend Ms. Marijo Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Barbour Mrs. Betty J. Beck Ms. Azra Blazevic Mr. and Mrs. James T. Burke Mr. John Camenzind Ms. Lori Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Dallavalle Mr. and Mrs. John Eveker Mr. and Mrs. Michael Forget Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Geldmacher, Jr. Ginger Bay Salon and Spa Mr. and Mrs. Bill Grate Mr. Nermin Jasarvic Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Kendall Mr. and Mrs. Harold Laspe Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Lutz Martin-Jetco Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Maurer, Jr. Ms. Patricia S. Mayer Mr. T. O. Moloney Mr. and Mrs. James J. Murphy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Patton Ridge Meadows Elementary School Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Steiger

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Thompson Coburn LLP Mrs. Pauline Unger Vee-Jay Cement Contracting Company Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Waigand Julia Garavaglia Mr. Joseph J. Garavaglia Bryan Garbacz Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Crutsinger Ms. Lynn Patton Carl Gardiner Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Levi Charles Gardner Mr. and Mrs. William K. Babin Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Hand Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hobbs Mr. and Mrs. David M. Holder Mr. and Mrs. John L. Rainey Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Rowley Mr. and Mrs. John R. Smith Ms. Jeana R. Swift Mr. and Mrs. David A. Thompson Ms. Cathy A. Wood Donald Garrison Miss Jane Y. Audrain Ginger Gaston Mr. and Mrs. James G. Loyet Norma Geerlof Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cohen Constansia Genovese Mr. and Mrs. James G. Castellano Mary Ann Gerard Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. MacFarland Janet Gerken Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. O'Keefe, Jr. Humbert and Mary Ghio Reverend John J. Ghio Marvin and Onisca Gibbons Family Ms. Gloria J. Polston Lillian Grace Gibson Dr. Tibor C. Kopjas Jack Gilberti Mrs. Dolores Smith Michelle C. Gilmore Ms. Rita M. Moehl Alice E. Giovannini Mr. Albert J. Giovannini Margaret (Molly) M. Goebel Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Crutsinger Emily Jane Gould Mr. and Mrs. James S. Adams Wesley Granger Ms. Sheri G. Abell Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Bielicke Mr. and Mrs. Ted C. Mitchell Richard Greer Mr. and Mrs. John M. Warren Gladys Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Lester Riechman John Grifford Mr. and Mrs. Todd J. Schwent John C. Gross, Jr. Ms. Norma Gross

Jane Sarah Grossman Danis Charitable Trust Ms. Mary D. Fellows Robert C. Guttmann Mrs. Carol Guttmann Charlotte R. Guy Mr. Danny P. Blevins Ms. Marabeth E. Gentry Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Givens Ms. Beverly J. Goldman Mr. James C. Gordon Mrs. Khristine L. Hall IBM Corporation Ms. Andrea Lenoir Ms. Cheryl Marable Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McCluskey Ms. Cynthia G. McKee-Burch Ms. Theresa L. Moffatt St. Louis Gospel Choral Union Inc. Mr. Brian J. Sullivan Ms. Lillian Ventimiglia Ms. Ramona S. Walden When Singers Meet, Inc. Ray Haarmann Mrs. Joyce Brown Joe Hall Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schulte Frank Halley Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Dobsch Mr. and Mrs. Joe Foster Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heimann Mr. and Mrs. Gary Holtmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Dan Nix Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. David Schomberg Mr. and Mrs. Curt L. Steffens Mr. and Mrs. Dave Voss Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wagner Homer Francis Halley Mr. Richard M. Koirtyohann Marjorie Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Wittenberg Lawrence and Sylvia Hamtil Ms. Laura H. Klages Howard and Blanche Hantak Mr. and Mrs. H. Robert Hantak Jacob Harris Dr. and Mrs. John L. Oldani Will Parker Biver Harris Mr. and Mrs. John C. Biver Miklos and Anna Hartmann Miss Carol A. Eddy Paul Keith Hartrich Knights of Columbus Newton Local Assembly No. 1554 Betty Harvey Mrs. Adele L. Uding George A. Haskenhoff Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Bridges Mr. and Mrs. Dale W. Ehlers Mr. and Mrs. Gary P. Rogles Billy J. Hays Mrs. Betty Hays Mr. and Mrs. Garland Willis

Robert John Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Dwight A. Henderson Thelma Henderson Mr. Edward M. Cirar, Jr. Evelyn Hennessy Mrs. Mildred L. Winscott Leona Henry Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Lenzi Sean Herbstritt Mr. David R. Espinoza Carol A. Herdler Anonymous Ms. Charlotte Allen Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alles Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Bauman Ms. Therese M. Brauch Mr. and Mrs. Randy Bringer Mr. Bernard A. Buckman Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Dallavalle Mr. Daniel J. deGarcia Ms. Barbara Dempewolf Mr. and Mrs. David T. Dempsey Ms. Yvonne Dolan Mr. and Mrs. Leander Drury Ms. Mary J. Funke Ms. Carol Godat Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Hanson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse H. Juergensmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Karl F. Kaltenbach Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Kellar Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kelly Ms. Jean A. Kiburz Mr. and Mrs. Edgar J. Kline Ms. Marilyn F. Leong Mr. and Mrs. Jess D. Mills Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Roberson Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Schweppe Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Shine Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Tarpey Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Weinberg Mr. and Mrs. Chris H. Winkelmann Virginia Herman Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Rolwing Korey J. Hermann Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Brundick Barry Hester Ms. Gloria J. Polston Edward J. Hicks Ms. Mary Ahillen Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Ahillen Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Ahillen Mrs. Margaret L. Burke Ms. Katherine E. Dunivin Mr. and Mrs. Sanford L. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Hanson Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Heck Kirkwood Thermaleers, Inc. Ms. Mary J. Knapik Ms. Margaret A. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Nolan, Jr.


Janet Imperiale Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Wootten Richard Jabusch Mr. and Mrs. Steve Piper David Joseph Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Jackson Cynthia Jaeger Mr. Joseph J. Jaeger Steve Jahn Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Vahling Olivia James Ms. Lynn Patton Corey Jameson Mrs. Carol Guttmann Elaine Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. William R. Allen Mr. Thomas Barry Mr. and Mrs. William B. Beckum Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Berendzen Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Brennan Mrs. Margaret H. Gebhard Mrs. Cheryl M. Hatfield Ms. Sally G. Hays Ms. Kathleen H. Martin Dr. and Mrs. Jerome H. O'Neil, Jr. Mrs. Laurie L. Westfall Joyce Joiner Mrs. Adele L. Uding Evie Jones Mr. and Mrs. James J. Ruggeri

Spencer Christian Kult Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Kult Aidan J. Kusmierczak Ms. Stephanie Simpson Hattie Kutosky Ms. Delores Hendricks Peggy LaCroix Mr. and Mrs. Donald Webb Brayden Lampe Ms. Amanda M. Caminiti Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Cichalewski Mr. and Mrs. Dan C. Imming Ms. Becky S. Lampe Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. Lampe Ms. Stefanie Rickhoff Ms. Vicki L. Smothers Magdalen Lampe Ms. Rosemary T. Christie Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lampe Mr. Lampe Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dedic Harold Lang Mr. and Mrs. Schell A. Strother Synneva Ann Langefels Mr. and Mrs. O'Neill Farrington, Jr. Rosalie LaPlant Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Rolwing Jacob J. Larrew Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Dalton Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feeney, Jr. Hammond and Shinners, P.C. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Larrew Rose Marie Lauterwasser Ms. Norma Gross Rosa Lee Lazarus Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Sullivan Jared Lemcke Mrs. Mildred L. Winscott David (Dave) Lerch Mr. and Mrs. William A. Howard Donald M. Lerch Mr. and Mrs. Brian W. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Black Ms. Thelma J. Boswell Mr. and Mrs. David M. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. Billy D. Johnson Ms. Cathy McGuire Ms. Loretta Midden National Association of Letter Carriers Mr. and Mrs. William W. Rogers Albert Lesko Mrs. Norma L. Lesko Frank, Philomena, Joseph, Mary, Daniel and Gerri Letizia Mr. Nick J. Letizia Neil S. Linders Mr. and Mrs. David M. Holder Township Mutual Insurance Company Kevin James Lintz Mr. and Mrs. Hector Hernandez

Gifts received from August 1, 2011, to January 31, 2012 • G7

GIFTS OF REMEMBRANCE

Mary Lee Hillen Mrs. Joyce Brown Sarah Hock Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Doherty John W. Hoeynck Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hoeynck John L. Holland Miss Jane Y. Audrain Silina Hollenkamp Ms. Virginia L. Havens Bruce Michael Hortiz Ms. Jeanne A. Dill Andrew Allen Hostettler Ms. Jeanne M. Anderson Steven Ray Howell Dr. and Mrs. Ray E. Howell Brandon Hsueh Ms. Elaine C. Childress Mr. and Mrs. James Wire Emily Ann Huber Mr. and Mrs. William J. Huber Bea Human Mr. Sherwood R. Hughes Kyle Eugene Hurst Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Hurst Geraldine Ikemeier Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bertram Joseph F. Imbs Karcit LLC

Georgia Hatton Jordan Randick Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Barnidge Mrs. Georgia Denneen Mr. Michael O'Brien Carol Kaliher Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Kaliher Gretta Nicole Kaliher Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Kaliher Joseph Kastelic Ms. Delores Hendricks Kathy Keller Ms. Phyllis M. Schaeffer Marcella A. Keller Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Lueders Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Keller Ms. Betty Ann Keller Timmer Glennon J. Kelly Ms. Lynn Patton Louis A. Kettenbach Mr. and Mrs. Alan Bristol Grace E. Kieffer Ms. Paula Adams Ms. Joan Hallquist Ms. Margaret Kieffer Mr. and Mrs. Everett Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Jason Wehmeier Mr. and Mrs. Bob Woerther Susannah Kilmer Ms. Elaine C. Childress William Kilzer Ms. Norma L. Burcham Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kilzer Ms. Joyce E. McCain Mr. Michael Napier Kimberly, Ada and Lily Imperial Ornamental Dorothy Kirchhoff Mr. Richard H. Kirchhoff, Sr. Vincent F. Kistner Mr. and Mrs. George J. Roth Irvin Klaus Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bock Jerry Knobbe Mrs. Jane F. Knobbe Rosella Kochner Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Weber Bart Kolar Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Kolar Lynda and Leonore Koopman Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Allan J. Korecky Mr. and Mrs. George Levin Margaret M. Koviak Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Stocker Kimberly Kraemer Mr. and Mrs. Scott W. Moebius Emily Mae Kranz Mr. and Mrs. James D. Cleland Tyler Kudary Ms. Kathryn Ryder


GIFTS OF REMEMBRANCE

GIFTS OF REMEMBRANCE

Jamey Michelle (Waldron) Liska Ms. Elaine H. Turner John G. Long, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Reichert Edward J. Loos, Jr. Mr. Edward M. Cirar, Jr. Arthur E. Lottes Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Billings Lainey Elizabeth Lowder Ms. Sandra L. Compton Marcella Lowe Ms. Joan S. Langevin Milford Lowry Mrs. Betty J. Piel Shirley Lucz Mr. and Mrs. James Warren Wilhelmina (Willie) Luecking Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Ziska James A. Lydon Mrs. Mary Kay Lydon Frank W. MacLeod Mr. and Mrs. Donald Webb Catherine Maher Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McDowell James and Mary Maleady Mr. Thomas G. Maleady Vita Ann Mandle Ms. Diane M. Mandle Bill Mannick Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Patti Dr. Gregory J. Mantych Dr. Giuseppe Aliperti Ms. Kimberly A. Schlichter Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Wilhelm Joseph Maraachli Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Pieknik Louise Mark Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Crutsinger Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Sullivan Ruth Marks Mr. and Mrs. Vernon R. Pursley, Jr. Sydney Marrs Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Antaya Ms. Carol Aubrecht Mr. and Mrs. Theodore R. Baer Ms. Michelle M. Barkwell Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barnett Mr. and Mrs. Pete Baumeister Mr. Ken J. Beckett Best Hauling Co., Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Britton Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Britton Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Britton Mr. and Mrs. George Byrne Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Dedric J. Clement Mr. and Mrs. William O. Coleman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cuba Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Darst Mr. Lance DeClue

G8 • Glennon Friends

Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Donahue Mr. and Mrs. Keith Doyle Mr. and Mrs. John J. Eisenbeis Ms. Lori A. Farnsworth Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Ford Gastorf Chevrolet Ms. Dolorece Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Haldeman Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Haldeman Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hannan Mr. Mark D. Harnitchek Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Heilig Mr. Kalani Herby Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hochstetter Dr. and Mrs. Darrell L. Holley Mr. and Mrs. Adam Jenkins Ms. Donna A. Jewell Mr. Robert C. Kuckuk Ms. Kelly J. Kuhn Mr. and Mrs. John Lemon Ms. Kelly C. Lewis Mr. Timothy M. Loy Mr. and Mrs. Tim Manda Mr. and Mrs. Christopher D. Marrs Mr. and Mrs. Dale Marrs Mr. and Mrs. David S. Marrs Mr. Michael R. Marrs Mr. and Mrs. Caleb McDow Ms. Joan E. McNamara Ms. Marilyn Y. Muto The Parkhill Family Mr. and Mrs. Dave Pearson Peoples Bank Mr. and Mrs. Paul Perkins Mr. Dan Radocaj Mr. and Mrs. David P. Riffee Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Riffee Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scuticchio Mr. Shane Stock Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Tarin Mr. and Mrs. Barry R. Tinsley Mr. and Mrs. Brian VanBrunt Ms. Amy E. Wells Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilkerson Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilmas Ms. Janice R. Winterroth Mr. and Mrs. David P. Wolcott Mr. and Mrs. David Workman Ms. Tricia A. Workman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Yambrick Georgie Mae Martin Mr. and Mrs. Adolph F. Wuenscher Michael W. Marty Ms. Lucille Bast Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bock Rudy Scanlon Matute Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Scanlon Mike McAlono Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. O'Keefe, Jr.

Mary Kathryn McDermott 1-2-3 Club Mrs. Helen M. Adam Ms. Jeanne Allen Mr. Kevin Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Bailey Mrs. Nancy Barnidge Mr. Robert S. Bax Ms. Mary S. Beachem Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Behr Billiken Soccer Club Ms. Margaret Bird Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bischoff Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Biskup Mr. and Mrs. Barry Buchek Mr. and Mrs. Kevin E. Buchek Caring and Sharing Program Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Castle Mr. and Mrs. J. Patrick Chassaing Dr. and Mrs. John Clohisy Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Donovan Ms. Cynthia Eckberg Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Eckhard Mr. and Mrs. Tom Faulhaber Mr. and Mrs. Rocco J. Fiordelisi, III Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Flynn Lou Fusz Toyota Reverend Monsignor Vernon E.Gardin Mr. and Mrs. Wesley W. Garton Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Graning Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gulino Mr. and Mrs. Patrick R. Gunn Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Guyol Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Hagen Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hanley Mr. and Mrs. David E. Hanon Mr. and Mrs. Randolph D. Hansen Healthcare Facilities Mr. Christopher J. Heimann Mr. Henry W. Hisserich Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Holmes Mr. and Mrs. James D. Huber Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Huether Ms. Barbara A. Hummel Ms. Mary Beth Hummel Mr. Frank B. Janoski Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Jedlicka, III Ms. Michelle M. Keady Dr. and Mrs. John J. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. David Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Patrick N. Lawlor Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lazaroff Mr. and Mrs. James Leeker Mr. Jack Levitt Mr. and Mrs. Byron A. Luber Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. Luongo Mr. and Mrs. Claude B. Martin Mary, Queen of Peace Parish

Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Mattingly Mr. and Mrs. William J. McDermott Mr. and Mrs. Peter McGowan Dr. and Mrs. Zachary A. Meiners Missouri Terrazzo Company Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Brook Mullen Ms. Patricia K. Narus Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Niemeyer Ms. Margaret O'Brien O.B. Clark Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Obertino Mr. and Mrs. Colin R. Ravenhill Mr. and Mrs. James Rhodes Rhodes and Lally, LLC Saint Louis Soccer Hall of Fame Saint Mary Magdalen Parish (Brentwood) Saint Norbert's Athletic Commission Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schenk Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schenkenberg Seven Holy Founders Parish Ms. Victoria S. Standley Mr. Paul N. Tice Tramelli Industrial Products, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Turgeon Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Bart D. Wall Wheelers Service Station, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Cody Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Wood Wuestling and James L.C. Mike McGlynn Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bock Mary McGowan Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Smith Mary H. McGuire Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Wittenberg Norma McGuire Ms. Patricia Brooks Ms. Katherine E. Dunivin Gary McIntyre Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. O'Keefe, Jr. David J. McKay, IV Mr. and Mrs. John K. Brooks William J. McKenna Mrs. Karen McKenna William M. McMillion Mr. and Mrs. Forrest D. Keim Autumn Hawkins Meadows Mr. and Mrs. George H. Gauger Betty A. Mee Ms. Barbara J. Meyer Lorraine Melliere Mr. and Mrs. Lester Riechman Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Carmela (Millie) Menendez Ms. Janice L. Cocayne Joanne R. Merker Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Sullivan


Peggy Schneider (left), director of the Bob Costas Cancer Center; Huey Blake; Mary Beth Sales; and Sarah Lauer, director of events and corporate relations

The Warmth of Giving Outshines the Glitz and Glamour of Hollywood

Waldo (Bud) Merkle Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Anderson Alexis Merklin Mrs. Pauline A. Wojcik Earl Metzger Mr. and Mrs. John M. Ackermann Bernice J. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. William Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Fiehler Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Foppe Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Mayer Mrs. Olive M. Middendorf Ms. Margaret Minogue Mr. and Mrs. John R. Moller Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Nolan Ms. Dorothy G. Pensiero Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Schnorf Mr. Dave Watkins Kent Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Wilhelms Louis F. Meyer Cardinal Glennon Children's Guild Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Galvin Mr. Robert J. Greise Ms. Lenor A. Lynas Mr. and Mrs. Herman G. Mangold Ms. Clara J. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Valenta Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Vrlenich A. A. Meyers Mr. and Mrs. Edward O. Meyers

Gary Eugene Miller Mrs. Shirley M. Miller Gary Paul Miller Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Uetrecht Stephen Miller Mr. and Mrs. Bruce T. Miller Gary Modglin Ms. Katherine E. Dunivin Kristina Moellenhoff Mr. and Mrs. Alfred T. Moellenhoff Loretta Moore Mr. Donald N. Weis Mary Moore Ms. Edna Schiffer Megan Moran Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Matter Alex Morgan Mr. Robert P. Morgan Frank Morris Ms. Karen Jacobi Edna Mossotti Mr. and Mrs. John O. Phillips Philip F. Muehlheausler Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Muehlheausler Harry Mueller Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Anderson Loretta L. Mueller Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Adams Kenny Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. O'Keefe, Jr. David E. Murray Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hartman

James L. Murray Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Right Betty Naeger Mr. Herman H. Naeger Lee Anna Nagel Ms. Bobette N. Manees Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Nagel Mathew Ryan Neal Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. MacFarland Charles E. Newbern Mr. and Mrs. Jason Busiek Ms. Sherri L. Enke Mr. Anthony F. Salini Valmeyer Public Library Bobbye Nichols Ms. Gloria J. Polston John Nightingale Ms. Audrey Finn John W. Nocton Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Casey Kathleen M. Noser Mr. and Mrs. Ken Noser Frances F. Nouss Mr. and Mrs. James G. Castellano Madge L. Ogan Dr. and Mrs. Martin G. Towey Raymond C. Oge Reverend Raymond J. Oge Teresa M. Oge Reverend Raymond J. Oge George A. (Tony) Ohmes Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Rolwing Lorayne Onder Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Kuszaj Ruth E. O'Neil Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Ahillen Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Bellm Mr. Joseph E. Brueggemann Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Halbert Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Hasselfeld Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Hugeback Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Kamp Mrs. Joan T. Lehmkuhl Ms. Margaret F. Nolte Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. O'Neil Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Schlueter

Ms. Rosalee Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. John J. Staszkiewicz Ms. Bernice R. Wojcicki Faith M. Orso Mr. and Mrs. William P. Heinbecker Bernadette Ortleb Mr. Edward P. Ortleb Francis O'Sullivan Mrs. Adele M. O'Sullivan Elizabeth P. Owens Mrs. Jane F. Knobbe Ms. Barbara J. Meyer Isabella Park Mr. and Mrs. Vernon R. Pursley, Jr. Karen Ann Parker Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hasten Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Krechnyak Jo and Bill Parker, Sr. Ms. Delores Hendricks Zachary Pazur Mrs. Carol Guttmann Danielle Nichole Pennington Ms. Nancy Pennington Johnson J. Perez Mrs. Patricia J. Fete Ms. Mary P. Hippenmeyer Raynene and Patty Peterson Mr. and Mrs. James J. Ruggeri Ronald F. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Schrewe Nancy Petruzzi Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harrington Dolly Phegley Mr. and Mrs. John Hentis Josepha Pitzer-Hausotter Ms. Deborah Fritz Roberla Postman Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Matthew Stephen Potrzeboski Ms. Lillian McKeever Mrs. Magdalene D. Potrzeboski Ernie Powell Mr. and Mrs. Larry O. Masters Adele Powers Ms. Judith A. Heaman Colleen M. Prendergast Mr. Michael O. Prendergast

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hen Mary Beth Sales left St. Louis for Los Angeles, she brought along the social awareness and generous heart nurtured in her Catholic grade school, high school and college communities. Now a successful entertainment publicist and commercial real estate investor relations specialist, Sales still continues to seek opportunities for growth and good works. With her special fondness for SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center from her days as a volunteer, Sales made the holidays extra special at the Bob Costas Cancer Center by donating a 32” flat screen LED-LCD TV and an Xbox 360 console with Kinect system. “Giving makes the holidays special when you’re able to put the needs of others ahead of your own. That’s what Christmas is all about,” Sales says.


GIFTS OF REMEMBRANCE

GIFTS OF REMEMBRANCE

Robert Preston Mrs. Dolores Smith Warren Preston Mr. and Mrs. Frederic E. Brown Elizabeth J. Quinn Ms. Lynn Patton Helen Marie Ravarino Ms. Mirella Ravarino Frances Lenora Rowley Ray Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. DeClue Gladys Reichert Ms. Geralynn M. Sanders Mrs. Irene Sanders Monica Reilly Mr. and Mrs. David R. Mitchell Father Leo S. Reinhardt Knights of Columbus 4th Degree Fort Kaskaskia General Assembly Lorraine Reizer Dr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Cavanaugh Mr. and Mrs. Jack Oates Betty Reller Mr. and Mrs. Dale Robertson Bob, Jack and Karen Ann Richards Mrs. Jeanette M. Richards Lilly Annabella Rieger Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Barber Ms. Donna M. Brinkmeyer Ms. Karen R. Buturla Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Cape Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carnes Ms. Darlene Cullen Energizer Mr. and Mrs. Bob Evans Mr. and Mrs. James Evans Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Jarrell Cha M. Juo Ms. Sondra S. Kessler Ms. Jean Q. Li Prestige Custom Homes, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Reeves Ms. Tracey A. Saint John Ms. Jennifer Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Steve Stenger Mr. and Mrs. John M. Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Morgan E. Swaim Mr. and Mrs. John Tooley Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Welch Ms. Barbara Wood Alyssa Rigoni Dr. James E. Schaberg Paul Riley Mr. and Mrs. Chris Leuthauser Roy Riley Mrs. Mildred L. Winscott Tyler William Riordan Ms. Theresa A. Riordan

G10 • Glennon Friends

Nancy Ann Ritter Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Armstrong Ms. Susan R. Cody Ms. Kristine M. Ellsworth Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Shuford Ms. Mary Wagoner Darrell Roegner Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hartman Irene Roper Mr. and Mrs. Larry K. Culli Gilbert Roth Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hance Richard Roth Ms. Mary Ellen Roth Anna M. Rothermich Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Kohlberg Dorothy Rouse Mr. Edward M. Cirar, Jr. Olyn Rugen Knights of Columbus Father Tony General Assembly No. 576 Frank Ruppert Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Carroll C. Rush Orgill James Russell Ms. Helen A. Gagen Marianne Rutherford Mrs. Marcella M. La Gant Mrs. Ryan Ms. Cathline A. Broyles Stuart Sagel Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. MacFarland Richard L. Salinardi Mr. Kevan D. Acord Ms. Genevieve Barton Mr. Maurice Benson Ms. Christine S. Culbertson Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Driscoll Ms. Julianne K. Gloessenger Ms. Jayne Gregory Mr. Robert Groer Ms. Michelle M. Loehr Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Maher Mr. Gerald Quinlisk Mrs. Lizabeth H. Salinardi Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Sell World Wide Technology, Inc. James Samarelli Ms. Madonna E. Buehre Louis H. Sauter Ms. Anna M. Sauter Kent Savage Mrs. Christine Savage Neal Savage Mrs. Christine Savage Marilyn R. Sax Mrs. Patricia J. Fete

Susan H. Schaberg Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Pelikan Matthew R. Schaefer Mr. Charles F. Kubik and Miss Mary Jane Kubik Richard Schatz Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Klohr Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Schatz Mr. Richard S. Schatz Alice R. Scherrer Mr. and Mrs. Vernon M. Schmitt Heston Michael Schilling Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Frederking Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schilling Paul Schmerbauch Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Orville Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Kohlberg Edward B. Schmittgens Anonymous Ms. Mary S. Baumer Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bogucki Ms. Catherine Fogarty Ms. Jean M. Lemonds Ms. Frances M. Veverka Carl C. Schneider Mrs. Joanne R. Schneider

Clarence Schnitzer Mr. and Mrs. Allen E. Siemens Dolores E. Schoener Mr. and Mrs. William D. Deveikis Audrey Faith Schuette Ms. Ceara D. Thierry Elisabeth C. Schumert Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Lueders Ruth Scown Ms. Rose A. Rehagen Patricia A. Seidel Mr. Robert L. Seidel, Sr. Ava Elizabeth Sergel Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Paulsen Robert A. Shepherd Ms. Norma Gross George N. Sheridan Knights of Columbus Charles Shore Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Baker Edward Sieve Ms. Mary P. Hippenmeyer Donald L. Simms Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. Talbott Opaline Sitze Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Carroll


Daniel Stark Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Paule Margaret Steffen Mr. Jeff Jaeckle Ms. Eileen R. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Rogan Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Schepp Zickel Flooring Richard Stein Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Brandt Daniel Steiner Ms. Mary Ann Steiner Christine Stephens Dr. and Mrs. James L. Kreher Thomas M. Stevenson, Jr. PHD Ms. Delores Hendricks Thomas M. Stevenson Mrs. Mary F. Stevenson Elaine Stickler Mr. and Mrs. Clay Fuhrhop Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wolter Charles Stoeckel Mr. and Mrs. John J. Geraghty Bertha Stolze Ms. LaDonna R. Neustadt Opal Streckfuss Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Mastis Patricia Stricker Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Gross Amanda Lee Suedkamp Mrs. Vernell Theismann Paige Suter Ms. Nina Holderle

Alvin Talken Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Seise Ramon Talken Ms. Marie E. Roth Travis Robert Thelen Mrs. Carol Guttmann Virginia Thomas Mr. and Mrs. David M. King Elizabeth Thomasson RCP Advisors LLC Bennett Dale Thompson, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Kuhn Robyn E. Throm Ms. Joan E. Mettey Mark Tiburzi Ms. Carol K. Bachman Ms. Mary A. Buel Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Burtelow, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Fagan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Garino Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Greco Mr. and Mrs. George E. Heidbrink Ms. Catherine Huber Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Huber Ms. Mary Ann Kurowski Mr. and Mrs. Michael Landers Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Mahoney Ms. Joyce Marcuzzo Mrs. Barbara V. Monroe Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Powderly Mr. and Mrs. Randy J. Rhodes Ms. Jayne M. Siebert Mr. and Mrs. James P. Stecher Mrs. Diana L. Tessereau

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Thornhill Dr. William R. Marcuzzo, Jr. Ms. Shelley A. Woelfel Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Ziglar Wilbur Tiemann Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Schuler Glenn Tinker Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Rolwing Bernard and Mary Toeben Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bakula Dorothy Toulster Ms. Elaine C. Childress Mary Christine Towey Dr. and Mrs. Martin G. Towey Elena Tutera Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Carroll Ruby Uding Dr. Michael F. Burns Frances M. Underwood Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Gassel Richard Van de Riet, Sr. Mr. Charles F. Kubik and Miss Mary Jane Kubik Virginia A. Vatterott Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Billings Julie K. Ventimiglia Mr. and Mrs. Anthony M. Bommarito, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Ventimiglia Edward F. Vierling Mrs. Jane F. Knobbe Gloria Vitale Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bohrer

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n her 14th birthday in mid-December, Mattie Morgan happily collected gifts from friends at her birthday party—and promptly set them aside. Within days, the student council member at Litchfield Middle School spearheaded yet another gift collection among students— this time for Christmas. Again, Mattie made a haul and…same outcome—promptly set them aside. As Mattie’s mom, friends and fellow students knew, the unusual behavior was simply Mattie’s generous heart prompting her to donate not only her own birthday gifts, but to collect additional gifts from equally generous classmates to donate to SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center at Christmastime. Abby Frerichs (left), Mattie Morgan, Lexi Law, Megan Evans and Kaitlyn Hughes

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GIFTS OF REMEMBRANCE

Charles A. Skinner Knights of Columbus 4th Degree Tina Skundrick Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Krieshok Cindy Slaten Ms. Helen A. Gagen Ms. Janet Huenke Derek Jason Sluhan Dr. and Mrs. James M. Krafcik Mr. and Mrs. Gary P. Sluhan Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Uetrecht Ada Smith Mr. Michael Melz Bill and Ruth Smith Mr. Terry L. Clark LeLand Smith Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Anderson Rocky Maddox Smith Harting Auto Supply, Inc. Irvin Funeral Home Ms. Wilma Mays Mr. Roy J. Smith Union Local 401 Mr. Sean Viernum Mr. Michael L. Whalen Stormi Smith Mr. and Mrs. Larry Eisenberg Beloved Mother of Theresa Spadavecchia Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Greenberg Richard Spadavecchia Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Greenberg Roberta Sprich Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. MacFarland


GIFTS OF REMEMBRANCE

GIFTS OF REMEMBRANCE

Bernard Vogel Cardinal Glennon Children's Guild Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Reis, IV Wayne Vogelsmeier Mr. and Mrs. William G. Stanley, Sr. Thomas Vollmar Mrs. Joann Trogdon Sterling Wallace Mr. Edward M. Cirar, Jr. Marie T. Walsh Mr. Patrick J. Walsh Emil A. Wasinger Mrs. Dorothy M. Wasinger Dee Webster Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Wiegers Nathan M. Weilbacher Ms. Audrey W. Kaiser Mr. and Mrs. Michael Weilbacher Anna Weis Mr. Donald M. Weis Carol S. Weis Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Akins Mr. and Mrs. Kurt R. Andrew Mr. and Mrs. William J. Bangert Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baumgarten Mr. Mark V. Bossi Ms. Jane F. Charbonneau Mr. and Mrs. Kerby Claney Ms. Sandra T. Coblitz Mr. and Mrs. Osmond Conrad Ms. Ellen R. Davis Ms. Arlene E. Dobbs Ms. Ann Dyn Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Essmyer Mr. and Mrs. Gary G. Geldmacher

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Mr. and Mrs. John F. Godar Green Pines Elementary Ms. Allene B. Hardin Mr. and Mrs. James W. Harthill Ms. Rita Ielmini Mr. and Mrs. Tony Intagliata Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Keeve Ms. Wendy Knudsen Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lockwood, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Rupert L. Nimmo Polo Ridge Elementary Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Praprotnik Mrs. Mary Ellen Ritzie Ms. Laura Robison Ms. Deborah Schilly Mr. Cliff Stoddard Ms. Jill M. Sylte Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Van de Riet, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Watson Mr. and Mrs. John C. Weis Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth B. Weis Marie Weiss Mr. and Mrs. James McHugh Walter Welge Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Herb Welles Mrs. Marcella M. La Gant Raymond Werkmeister Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Wassilak Constance Westerman Ms. Helen A. Gagen John and Florence Westermeyer Mrs. Jane F. Knobbe

Jack M. White Mr. and Mrs. William G. Stanley, Sr. John Wiedmann Mrs. Mary Anne Jerabek Fred Wiesehan Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Kage Ms. Joan Mulvey Ms. Valerie Rauscher Brandon Daniel Wilbanks Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Covilli Margaret W. Williams Mr. and Mrs. John K. Powers Jim Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Black Nikki Willyard Ms. Donna R. Woods Bridget E. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Wilson Margaret Ann Windish Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Windish Jessica Wolf Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hock Mr. and Mrs. Melvin A. Hock Julie Marie Wolk Mr. and Mrs. John C. Wolk Patricia Wolk Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schaeffer Virginia Wolk Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Horrom Ms. Yvonne McCaw Tookie Brian Woods Ms. Patricia Russell William Brian Woods Ms. Patricia Russell

Carol Weis

arol and Don Weis, married for 50 years, were blessed with four children and seven grandchildren. Carol dedicated her life to her family and was a dear friend to many. She had a gentle spirit and was kind to everyone. She always put others’ needs before her own, and never met a stranger. There was always a special place for Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center in Carol’s heart. In 1974, her youngest daughter, Barb, was admitted to the hospital with a head injury. Barb spent five days in a coma, with her

mom always by her side until the day she walked out of the hospital. Eleven years later, Barb was diagnosed with leukemia. Barb, with her mom, spent the next three years visiting the now Bob Costas Center, and has been cancer free for 25 years. “ Mom credits Cardinal Glennon with saving my life twice,” Barb commented. “Through these events and Don’s volunteer work in the development office, so many people associated with the hospital are like family to us.”

gentle spirit

G12 • Glennon Friends

John W. Woolery, Jr. Mrs. Ida Mae Woolery, Jr. Jeanette Wooten Mr. William M. Ricci and Dr. Ann D. Ricci Walter N. Wuertz Mrs. Irene E. Wuertz Derrick (D-Dub) Wurth Mr. and Mrs. Steve Agnew Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Bilzing Ms. Rita K. Cindrell Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Crause Mr. and Mrs. John P. Hogan Dr. William R. Logan Mr. and Mrs. Eric Mueller Ms. M. Joan Oller Ms. Pat Switzer Ms. Jackie M. Tewell Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Wurth Rebecca Young Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Gross Jeanne Youra Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bock Christopher Zandstra Mrs. Helena M. Bobnar Kevin W. Zapf Ms. Mary T. Guenther Dr. and Mrs. Robert G. Trinity Wilmer and Florence Zimmermann Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Zimmermann Joseph T. Zoellner Mrs. Clarissa E. Zoellner Delores Zorich Mr. and Mrs. Anthony D. Daus, Jr.


Missouri Knights of Columbus support the Knights of Columbus Developmental Center

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he Missouri Knights of Columbus presented $202,709 to the Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation,

The Knights Supreme Council presented an additional $50,000.

Louis Mautino (left), Consultant to the Supreme Knights; Mick Gilliam, M issouri Past State Deputy, on the Supreme Knight Board of Directors; John Appelbaum, Missouri State Deputy; Dr. Roland Maxim, medical director of the A utism

Center in the Knights of Columbus Developmental Center at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s M edical Center; Sherlyn Hailstone, President of SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s M edical Center; and Dan Buck, Executive Director of the Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation

The Knights of Columbus are kn o w n for their brigh t yello w vests, bu t as far as the kids of SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s M edical Center are concerned, they w ear shining armor. The funds raised will be used for future expansion of the Knigh ts of Columbus Developmental Center at SSM Cardinal Glennon. The Center supp or ts children with au tism and neurodevelopmental disorders reach their highest p otential through comprehensive evaluation, care, family guidance, education and inn ovative research.

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GIFTS OF HONOR

GIFTS OF Honor

SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center gratefully acknowledges the following benefactors for their gifts made in the honor of a beloved family member, friend or colleague.

GIFTS OF HONOR

Arthur W. Altvater Echo Valley Foundation Donald H. Altvater Echo Valley Foundation Roger A. Altvater Echo Valley Foundation Kenneth W. Auck Ms. Angela M. Walsh Shelby Badami Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Badami Catherine Bardgett Mrs. Theresa Czerwinski Emily, Ryan and William Barry Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Barry Annie Basler Mr. and Mrs. John D. Cowan Paul F. Bauman Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Bauman Julia D. Beil Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Beil Thomas F. Benedick Ms. Alicia McElroy Kenneth N. Berjer Mr. and Mrs. James Choinka Roger Beuc Mr. and Mrs. Roman Beuc, Jr. Beutel Grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Beutel Nick Bhambri Mr. Adam M. Bichsel Roland Birkner Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Salger Elizabeth Bode Miss Mary V. Bode Carole Ann Brown Mr. Frederic Brown, III Anna Marie Brune Mrs. Lucille Brune Carolyn Cahill Mr. and Mrs. John Boka Evonelle Calkins Mr. Brad L. Calkins Parker Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Campbell Garrett Caravia Mr. Phillip Caravia James L. Carroll Mr. and Mrs. James J. Wilkinson Mark Carroll Ms. Mary Long Hayden Carron Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert P. Zinner Judith Carron Mr. James M. Carron

James G. Castellano Mr. Peter Castellano Financial Executives International St. Louis Chapter Anna E. Cattaneo Mr. and Mrs. Paul Denk William K. Childress Ms. Elaine C. Childress Judith L. Christ Mrs. Rosemary Intagliata Scottland (Scottie) Clark Ms. Audrey L. Sczepanski Natie Climaco Reverend Andrew J. Knopik Janice L. Cocayne Oppenheimer & Company, Inc. Nathan Collier Mr. and Mrs. Rich Lifka Mary Ann Collins Cardinal Glennon Children's Guild Robert Costas Mr. and Mrs. W. Dudley McCarter Mr. and Mrs. Dale J. Reller Kerry Cox Ms. Lori Needham Lincoln Cox Mr. and Mrs. James F. Simpson Daniel Cuneo Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Gause Carolyn M. Czerwinski Mrs. Theresa Czerwinski Thomas M. Day Ms. Claudia Day Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Singleton Catherine M. Dieckhaus Mr. and Mrs. Hector J. Ramos Daniel L. Dierdorf Dr. Richard D. Rames

Patient Keith Jones with Radio Disney star Josh Golden

G14 • Glennon Friends

Robert B. Dillon Mr. Myron Jaffe Brad Donalson Mr. and Mrs. Edward O. Meyers Bob Dorhauer Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dirnbeck Clara A. Doucette Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Fuchs Christopher Dreyer Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Kempfer Elizabeth Dreyer Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Kempfer Lisa and Steve Dreyer Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Kempfer Matthew Dreyer Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Kempfer Sarah Dreyer Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Kempfer Tim Dreyer Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Kempfer Marvin H. Drury Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Bauman Thomas M. Drury Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Bauman Bruce Dwyer Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Glarner, III

(Josh Golden)

Kelsey Elder Mr. Robert C. Elder Douglas R. Fabick Citizens National Bank Lucille FaQuin Mr. and Mrs. Keith FaQuin Tammy Joy Fethey Mr. Edward D. Thornhill Jack Finke Mrs. Patricia D. Cooseman Andrew C. Fiore Mr. and Mrs. John R. Clements Irene M. Francisco Mr. Dominic S. Francisco, Jr. Teresa A. Frederick Mr. Michael D. McDonald James Frey Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Anderson Ann Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Faul Cynthia Gallahan Mrs. Theresa Czerwinski Gus Garbs Mr. and Mrs. Jason Brueggemann Geoffrey Mrs. Jeanne B. Klebusch


Ameren employees have donated approximately $150,000

Over the last 15 years,

($10,000 per year) to buy toys for our kids! Jim Jerome Mr. and Mrs. William F. Meldrum Lydia Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas P. Guehlstorf Emily Kempfer Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Kempfer Joe Kempfer Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Kempfer Sam Kempfer Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Kempfer Stephanie Kempfer Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Kempfer Bob Kessler Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Berra, Jr. Peggy Kinamore Dr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Walsh Gary King Ms. Julia R. Weber Arthur Kirsch Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Greenberg Natalie Ann Kleeschulte Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Semke, Jr. Jane Koenig Mr. and Mrs. Steve J. Hirtz Virginia M. Krieger Mr. and Mrs. Matt Oldani Craig E. LaBarge Young President's Organization Delores Lang Mr. and Mrs. Schell A. Strother Lauren Lee Mr. Greg H. Baumann Matthew Chase Lee Ms. Tashley D. Rice Jenna Lenger Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Lenger Anna Letourneau Mr. and Mrs. Lee E. Letourneau Marie A. Long Mrs. Josephine G. Godfrey Lee Lottes Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Bauman

Jace and Abby Madura Ms. Angela J. Rice Hazel Makowski Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hughes Debbie Massey Ms. Dee Dee Epstein Christopher and Zsoka McDonald Judge and Mrs. David P. McDonald Joan McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Melvin A. Hock Mary Noreen McGowan Mrs. Marilynn F. Kramer Don McKee Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Anderson Luke L. Meatte Mr. and Mrs. Andrew R. Higginbotham Timothy Meers Ms. Joan S. Langevin Bruce Meier Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Anderson Betty K. Mersinger Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Anderson Kimberly Buretta Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Donahue Keith A. Milson Knights of Columbus Council No. 6018 Patricia L. Minzes Mr. and Mrs. William B. McCormack Jacob and Lucas Moak Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Moak, Jr. Mason Moeslein Mr. and Mrs. Vincent T. Gehrin Thomas M. Monahan Mr. Walter J. Steinfeld Kaya Rose Monticelli Ms. Celena A. Monticelli Edward Mooney Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Walsh

Floyd J. Morgan Mr. Robert P. Morgan Stephanie Morrow Ms. Dee Dee Epstein Lou Mossotti Mr. and Mrs. Jay M. Kweskin Jeanette M. Mueller Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Albritton Ms. Constance T. Mueller Mr. Eugene B. Mueller Joseph J. Mueller Ms. Mary J. Mueller Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rudy The Nesselhauf Family Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Barry Francis X. Neuner Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Castellini Cathy Noyes Mr. Michael Melz Roger Obrecht Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth B. Obrecht Alexis O'Brien Mr. Robert J. Grice Daniel O'Connell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. O'Connell Alan D. Oehler Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zdazinsky Ethel Oldendorph Miss Barbara M. Molitoris Caleb Ortbals Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ortbals Mr. and Mrs. Roger Toben William Otto Mrs. Ednamae V. Bergauer Kathryn Perrine Ms. Jacqueline Madden Ms. Diane L. Riggs Jodi Pfefferkorn Mrs. Mary Jo Pfefferkorn Jake Pfeiffer Ms. Karen A. Vonarx

Gifts received from August 1, 2011, to January 31, 2012 • G15

GIFTS OF HONOR

Larry Glynn Mr. and Mrs. Anthony M. Bommarito, Jr. Richard Gnade Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Gnade Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Reller Roger C. Gray Ms. Gloria Cotlar Jordan, Kenzie and Riley Green Ms. Jodi Green Adam Guthrie Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Crowder Bridget Haase Ms. Rita M. Wich Samuel Mark Haberberger Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haberberger Heather Halperin Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Greenberg William Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Richard Enderle Leah Hammer Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cohen Kristin and Katie Harrer Mrs. Dolores M. Hacker Mr. and Mrs. William R. Harrer LaVerne Harris Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Rengel Robert L. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Rengel Heather Hayden Ms. Alicia Luechtefeld Mary Hebrank Mr. and Mrs. David Baylis Mr. and Mrs. David J. Heger Mrs. Susan E. Montebello Edward T. Hempstead Ms. Joanne LaJeunesse Tom Hennekes Ms. Melinda Hays Gerard C. Herber Mr. and Mrs. John Herber Cindy R. Herrin Mr. Pierre A. Berger Bella Hopkins Bank of Old Monroe - Wentzville Annie M. Horan Mr. and Mrs. JB Neal Elizabeth E. Howell Mr. and Mrs. Richard Howe Bonnie Hubert Ms. Jennifer A. Pipas Charles Huddleston Ms. Dee Dee Epstein Wesley Huey Ms. Marilyn K. Brehmer Corine Hunt Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy W. Ettling Brian Hunter Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Hunter Dennis J. Jacknewitz Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Gause Vincent J. Jansen Ms. Bernice C. Arens


GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP

GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP

Wendy J. Phipps Mr. and Mrs. William Phipps William H. Piel Mr. and Mrs. Rodney G. Moore Chris Pifer Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Crowder John J. Pitlyk Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Scott Marion P. Poth Mr. and Mrs. David Poth LaVerne Rahn Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Phillips Kevin Ransom Ms. Ann Roberts Timothy W. Recker Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity SLU Law Robert J. Reilly Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hoernschemeyer Joseph Renick Ms. Whitney Gernigin Jerry E. Ritter Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Crutsinger Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Galvin Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Hempstead Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hillhouse Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lindley Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pepper Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rotenberg Mr. and Mrs. William C. Rusnack Mr. and Mrs. Ned S. Stanley Walter Roberts Sigma-Aldrich, Inc.

Holly Rodamaker Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Picker Donald L. Ross Dr. and Mrs. Walter Bisch Mr. and Mrs. John J. Inkley, Jr. Fran Ruzicka Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Barry Kim Sachs Miss Karen M. Haberstroh Lisa Schaefer Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Schaefer, Jr. Hayden Scheffer Mr. and Mrs. William Leeper Renee Schilb Ms. Susan R. D'Elia Samantha Schilb Ms. Susan R. D'Elia Jim Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. William F. Holden Bob Schneider Mr. Robert P. Morgan Ron Schoolman Ms. Mary Schrupp Lillian J. Schroeder Ms. Joan S. Langevin Jeremiah Schutz First Congregational Church Ashley Shelton Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Ridder Jeff Smith Ms. Gloria Cotlar Scott T. Soucy Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Bachmann Timothy W. Staed Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. O'Malley

John Stallons Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Bauman Bernard C. Striebel Mr. Gregory C. Buehrig Thomas Strubhardt Mr. Edward D. Thornhill Wil Styles Ms. Ellen F. Harris Samuel Taylor Ms. Sarah Burcham Tyler Tebrink LoneRiders Motorcycle Group James C. Tegethoff Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Jokerst Roberta Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Greenberg Christy Thompson Ms. Ann M. Davis William P. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Tom K. Langston Bridget and Daniel Thomson Ms. Rose E. Thomson Vicky Tomber The W. and R. Bernheimer Family Foundation Arnold J. Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Crowder Adele L. Uding Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Zimmermann Mark Ullrich Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dirnbeck Zachary and Cody Ury Mr. and Mrs. Brian Ury

Vee-Jay Cement Contracting Company Inc. Optimist Club of Mehlville Kathy Von Minden Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Heinz Walgreens Miss Karen M. Haberstroh Robert A. Wamhoff Mr. and Mrs. Dennis P. Walker Scott Wellever Cardinal Glennon Children's Guild Todd West Ms. Jennifer L. Riley Zoe Grace Western Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Western Richard O. Westfall Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Shea Meredith Winkelmann Mr. and Mrs. Gregory P. LaVigne John Wohlgemuth Cardinal Glennon Children's Guild Caitlin and Eric Wolf Mr. Patrick G. Geers Megan Woll Mr. and Mrs. William R. Marcuzzo, Jr. Connor M. Woods Ms. Joan S. Langevin The Xynos Family Mr. and Mrs. Gregory P. LaVigne Diana Zagorski Ms. Alicia Luechtefeld Carol A. Zychinski Mr. Peter F. Zychinski

GIFTS OF Friendship

SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center warmly thanks the following benefactors for their gifts designated for specific programs or for the unrestricted Children’s Fund.

Anonymous A & S Septic and Utilities, LLC A. Waldbart and Sons Nursery Mr. and Mrs. Edward Aaron Ms. Thelma Abate Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Abbett Abbott Laboratories Employee Giving Campaign Mrs. Joyce Aboussie Mr. Bruce Acre Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adamec Ms. Annie O. Adams Mr. Joseph F. Adlon Miying Tan Adulvong Aeropostale Agricycle, Inc. Dr. Shafique Ahmad Mr. Cletus A. Ahrens AIG Matching Grants Program

G16 • Glennon Friends

Air Methods Corporation International Mr. and Mrs. Brian S. Akerson Mr. and Mrs. David B. Albers Dr. and Mrs. Gary M. Albers Mrs. Lisa L. Albers Albrecht Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Albrecht Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Albright Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Aldenderfer Dr. and Mrs. Jorge M. Alegre Ms. Emogene Alexander All Saints Parish (Saint Peters) All Saints Parish (University City) All Souls Parish Mr. and Mrs. Giafranco Alleruzzo Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Allgeyer Ms. Ann Allman Alpha Xi Delta Mr. Michael A. Alt Ameren

American Direct Marketing Resources LLC Ms. Kimberly Ames Ms. Lea E. Ames Mr. Donald F. Amos Ms. Kim D. Amrhein Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Anastasi Ancient Order of Hibernians in America Saint Clair Division Ms. Jill Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Rivers M. Anderson, III Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Andris Mr. Nicholas M. Anglim Anheuser-Busch, Inc. Annunciation Parish Mr. Frank J. Anschutz, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Anthon Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Antoine

Arch Coal Incorporated Ms. Anna V. Arens Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Arlt Mr. and Mrs. Donald Armbrecht Mrs. Janine D. Armstrong Dr. Mark J. Arnold Ascension Parish (Chesterfield) Ms. Patricia A. Ashley ASP Enterprises, Inc. Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish (Herculaneum) Assumption Parish (O'Fallon) AST Capital Trust Company of Delaware AT&T United Way Employee Giving Campaign Mrs. Barbara Auberry Miss Jane Y. Audrain Mr. and Mrs. Kerry L. Auer Mrs. Josephine H. Auffenberg


Mr. and Mrs. William A. Bandle, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Banister Bank of America Bank of America Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Bharti Banker Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Bannister Mr. Thomas J. Bannister Ms. Jennifer L. Barbieri Ms. Lori Bargetzi Bariture Pie Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Barker Mr. James E. Barnes Barnhart Contracting, Inc. Mrs. Ellen V. Barrios Mr. and Mrs. Rick Barron Mr. and Mrs. James T. Barry Ms. Stephanie Barton Mr. David Bash Basilica of Saint Louis, King of France (Old Cathedral) Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Basler Ms. Michelle Bast Ms. Evangeline M. Bauer Ms. Katherine C. Bauer Mr. and Mrs. Tim Bauer Mr. and Mrs. Ron Baum

Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Baumgarth Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Baur Ms. Wendy Baur Ms. Christine M. Bayer Ms. Maria Bayless Ms. Susan Y. Beach Ms. Nancy J. Beasley Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Beck Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Beck, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Beck Dr. and Mrs. Mark G. Beck Mrs. Ann E. Becker Mr. and Mrs. Victor B. Beckmann, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Reis M. Beckmeier Mr. and Mrs. Gregory R. Beekman Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Beetz Ms. Barbara A. Behiter Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Behrmann Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Belko Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bell Ms. Nadine Bell Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Belpulsi, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Beltz Dr. Robert Benak Mr. Charles R. Benck Mr. and Mrs. John Bender Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Benner Ms. Deborah J. Bentley Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Bentmann Mr. and Mrs. Bill L. Benton Mr. and Mrs. Barry H. Beracha Mr. and Mrs. Rob Berberich Reverend Thomas E. Berberich Mr. Jon F. Bergenthal

Mrs. Barbara Berger Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Berger Mrs. Marilyn D. Berglar Ms. Stephanie Berk Mr. and Mrs. Todd Berlinger Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Bernache Mr. and Mrs. William L. Bernard Mr. Wayne Bernskoetter Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Bernstein Mrs. Patricia Berridge Mrs. Joyce A. Berry Mr. and Mrs. Martin G. Berutti Ms. Anne M. Besmer Mr. and Mrs. Brant Beste Ms. Elizabeth M. Bethel Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Beutel Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Bielicke Mr. and Mrs. Steve L. Bihr Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Billings Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Bini Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Biolchini Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Biondo Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Birk Mr. and Mrs. Larry Birk Birthright of Hillsboro, Inc. Ms. Lorraine F. Bischof Ms. Joan M. Bishop Black Sheep Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Black Mr. James R. Blankmann Mr. and Mrs. Don Blattner Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Blazicek Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish

Award-winning Role Model Abby Schlegl Keeps on Giving

A

t just 13, Abigail Schlegl has an impressive résumé of philanthropy and service. On top of that, she’s a singer/songwriter, author and artist who designs and sells T-shirts on her website, www.creationsbyabby.com. As a “Discovery Girls” magazine 2010 Role Model award winner, Abby is kind and compassionate, and spends hours designing original artwork, creating cartoons and coauthoring her recently published book, “MerMountain,” with mom Stacey. Abby wants to make a difference for sick and injured children because she has been there herself. She spent three years wearing corrective leg braces and several months in a back brace after a horseback riding injury. After healing completely from her injuries, Abby established her website to help other children. She donates the profits from her sales to SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. Abby displays a children’s coloring book, one of her many projects that help our kids!

Gifts received from August 1, 2011, to January 31, 2012 • G17

GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP

Mr. and Mrs. Gus Austin Auto Club Enterprises Mr. and Mrs. John T. Avants AXA Foundation Ayco Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Aydt B Auto Parts, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Brad B. Baalman Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Bachmann Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Bade Mr. and Mrs. James O. Baechle Mr. and Mrs. Oliver A. Baechle Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Baer Mr. Michael Bafaro Mr. Mohamed Bah Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bailey, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Bailey Mr. Charles S. Baima Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baker Mr. and Mrs. Steven W. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Gino Baldetti Mr. and Mrs. John D. Baloga Mr. Milio Balossi Mr. and Mrs. Julius J. Balsai Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Balsman Mr. William A. Bandle


GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP

GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP

Mr. Theodore E. Block Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Bloom Mr. Edward P. Blotevogel Blue Flame Studio LLC Bluff City Eagles Aerie #3730 Captain and Mrs. James R. Blum Mr. and Mrs. Alvin L. Blumenberg Mr. and Mrs. Bobby L. Blunk Mr. and Mrs. Gene R. Bock Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Bockius Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Bodine Ms. Barbara A. Boedges The Boeing Company Mr. Paul H. Boennighausen The Milford and Lee Bohm Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Delbert J. Bohnert Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Bohnert Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bohrer Mrs. Marlene A. Boje Ms. Rylie Boland and Ms. McCall Phillips Dr. and Mrs. Edward S. Bolesta Mr. James F. Bolin Ms. Janet L. Bolinske Mr. and Mrs. Anthony M. Bommarito, Jr. Ms. Diane R. Bond Ms. Janet L. Bonnell Mrs. Margaret E. Bonney Ms. Gayle L. Book Ms. Linda M. Boone Mr. Charles H. Borchelt Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Borges Mr. and Mrs. Chester L. Borkowski, Sr. Ms. Colleen E. Boron Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Borowiak Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Borzillo Ms. Deborah A. Boshans Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Bowron Ms. Jacqueline R. Boyd Mr. Francis C. Boyer Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boyette Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Brach Mr. Robert Braddock Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Braddy Ms. Issha Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Bradley Mr. James E. Braibish Ms. Paulette Brand Mr. Alan Brandl Ms. Jessica A. Brandl Ms. Patricia Brandt Ms. Mandy Brantley Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Brasken Mrs. Debby L. Brauch Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Braun Mr. and Mrs. George J. Braun Mr. and Mrs. William J. Braun Ms. Robin L. Bray Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brecklin Mr. Mary E. Breden Mr. Karl L. Breidecker

G18 • Glennon Friends

Ms. Erma Breihan Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Brennan Ms. Missy Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brenner, Sr. Ms. Cinda Brent Ms. Ashley Brethold Ms. Jenn Brickler Ms. Mary T. Briece Mrs. Janice Brimberry Mr. and Mrs. William J. Briner Dr. David Brink Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. Brinker Reverend Don G. Brinkman Mr. and Mrs. John T. Britton Mr. Neal Brockgreitens Ms. Judy Brockman Mrs. Roya A. Bromell Mr. Edward S. Bronson Mr. and Mrs. Eddie W. Brooke Brothers Salvage and Auto Sales Ms. Brooke Brothers Mr. and Mrs. Anatole R. Browde Brown Smith Wallace LLC Ms. Alicia Brown Mr. Donald R. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Frederic E. Brown Mr. and Mrs. John M. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Loyd B. Brown, Sr. Ms. Maxine Brown Mr. Paul D. Brown Ms. Stephanie Brown Mr. and Mrs. William E. Brubaker, Jr. Ms. Victoria Bruce Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Bruckerhoff Mr. Joseph E. Brueggemann Ms. Frances A. Brueshaber Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Bruno Mr. and Mrs. Christian Bruns Ms. Maureen Brusati Mrs. Judith D. Brusatti Bryan Cave LLP BSI Constructors, Inc The Donald H. and Mary Jane Buchanan Foundation Mr. Vernon Buchheit Ms. Lorraine Buchinski Ms. Sherrie E. Buchmeier Mr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Buck Mr. and Mrs. Eugene K. Buckley Ms. Stephany Buckley Mr. and Mrs. James O. Buehrig, Jr. Ms. Merlene R. Buford Building Butlers, Inc. Bunge North America Foundation Bunzl USA, Inc. Mr. Robert L. Burg Mr. George M. Burgard Mr. and Mrs. William J. Burke Ms. Norma D. Burkemper

Ms. Opal Burkhalter Mrs. Marianne Burnes Ms. Maryann E. Burnett Ms. Shanea Burns Ms. Jenny Burt Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Buschart Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Busekrus Ms. Darlene K. Bush Bussen Quarries, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Butcher Mr. James J. Byrne Mr. John F. Byrnes Mr. William R. Cady, II Ms. Carol Cahalin Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Cahill, Jr. Ms. Jeanine Cain Mr. Jerry L. Caito, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Caldarola Ms. Debra P. Calhoun Ms. Thomas W. Calhoun Mr. Brad L. Calkins Miss Bettye E. Calvert Mr. Lawrence A. Campana Ms. Rita M. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. James R. Canova Mr. and Mrs. John P. Capellupo Mr. Thomas W. Capritta Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center Ms. Madeline Cardwell Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Carlson

Ms. Mary E. Carmody Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Carnes Mr. and Mrs. Julian L. Carr Mr. and Mrs. Matthew L. Carr Ms. Bridget Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Roger F. Carroll Ms. Sheila Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Carson Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Carter Ms. Marjorie Carvalho CASCO Diversified Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Casey Ms. Sidney Casey Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Casey Mrs. Mary L. Cassoutt Mr. Chris Casteel Ms. Ann M. Castellano Mr. and Mrs. James G. Castellano Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Castellano Ms. Marie L. Castiglioni Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis Catholic Charities of Saint Louis Mr. Richard Cattoor Mr. and Mrs. Chad Caudill Mr. and Mrs. Russ Cayse Cedar Hill Self Storage Centerline Industrial, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David C. Chady Mr. and Mrs. T. Jack Challis


Community Title Company of St. Louis, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Conboy Herbert D. Condie, Jr. Family Foundation Ms. Rachel L. Conoyer Mr. and Mrs. Osmond Conrad Mrs. Daria Conran Consort Homes Ms. Elizabeth G. Conway Ms. Denise M. Cook Dr. and Mrs. Marvin A. Cook Cooper Industries Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William E. Cooper Ms. Felecia Cooper-Neal Mrs. Patricia D. Cooseman Mr. and Mrs. Donald Copeland Mr. and Mrs. Matthew T. Copeland Ms. Pam Copple Corizon, Inc. Mr. Bruno Corradi Dr. Michael G. Correale Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Coughlin Mr. and Mrs. David W. Coverstone Covidien Ms. Carolyn L. Coyle Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Cradick Ms. Maria Craft Monsignor Thomas E. Crane Mrs. Mary J. Cravens Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crawford Mr. William K. Crawford, Jr. Ms. Beverlyann E. Creely Mr. and Mrs. William E. Cribbin Ms. Karen S. Crider Croation Fraternal Union of America Lodge No. 50 Ms. Jacqueline M. Crotty Mr. Matthew G. Crowley Ms. Patricia A. Crum Mrs. Castella Crumes Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Crutsinger Ms. Marie B. Cuddihee Mr. James T. Culleton Mr. James P. Cummings Ms. Sheila Cummings Ms. Veronica Cundy Mr. John P. Cunniff, Jr. Ms. Josephine Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Cunningham Ms. DeLila L. Cupp Cure of Ars Parish Mrs. Joanne H. Curran Ms. Vanessa M. Curry Ms. April Curtright Custom Coatings, Inc. Mrs. Wilma M. Cusumano Ms. Ann M. D'Agostin Mr. and Mrs. J. David Dahm Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Daigle Mr. William D. Dailey Mr. Christopher Daminski

The Daniel and Henry Company Insurance and Risk Management Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Danis Mr. and Mrs. John G. Dapron Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Darpel Ms. Lisa A. Darr Mr. Bruce A. Darrough Ms. Jan L. Davenport Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Davidson Ms. Amanda Davis Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Davis, Jr. Ms. Jackie Davis Mr. and Mrs. John J. Davis, Jr. Ms. Melissa A. Davis Ms. Michelle D. Davis Mr. Thomas M. Day, Jr. The Dayton Foundation Depository, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Deal Mr. James E. Dean Ms. Jean E. Deasy Mrs. Donna F. Deatsch Ms. Elizabeth Deatsch Ms. Russilla C. DeClue Ms. Nancy J. DeFabio Ms. Patricia A. Delaney Ms. Margo L. Delkeskamp Mr. Philip R. Delkeskamp Mr. George P. Delucchi Ms. Ann Delue Mr. and Mrs. David Demeter Mr. and Mrs. George Dempsey Reverend John G. Dempsey Mrs. Georgia Denneen Ms. Pamela Dennis Ms. Amanda R. Denny Dent Specialist, Inc. Dependable Title, LLC Ms. Danielle T. Derickson Des Peres Chiropractic Center Ms. Barb Desmond Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Deters Ms. Megan Detmer Mr. Jon T. Deuchler and Dr. Teresa L. Andreone Ms. Patricia W. Deutsch Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Devine Mr. and Mrs. John O. Devoto Ms. Teri Dewitt Mr. and Mrs. T.E. DeZern, Sr. Mrs. Jean Dick Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dickerson Mrs. Frances C. Dickerson Dicom, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Didion Mr. Daniel L. Dierdorf Mrs. Rose M. Dierker Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dierzbicki Ms. Traci Diggs Dinges Drywall, LLC Mr. and Mrs. John H. Dion Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Dippold Dr. William R. Dodd Mr. Gene R. Doerr

Reverend Glennon C. Doherty Mr. and Mrs. David M. Dolan Mr. and Mrs. Timothy C. Dolan Mr. and Mrs. Mike Doll Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Dolnick Mr. and Mrs. Victor Domitrz Mrs. Betty J. Donahoe Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Donato, Jr. Ms. Susan M. Donnelly Dr. Alla Dorfman Father Bob Dorhauer Ms. Ashley Dorman Ms. Pam Dorman Mr. Steven Dottheim Ms. Cynthia D. Dought Mr. and Mrs. John E. Dreher Monsignor William A. Drennan Mr. and Mrs. Ted R. Drewes, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Drilling Mr. Patrick E. Drury Mr. and Mrs. Wayne C. DuBois Mr. and Mrs. Harold Duchek Mr. and Mrs. Keith Dudley Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Duffy Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Duggan Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Dulle, Jr. Ms. Margaret Dulle Ms. Sarah Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Dungan Mr. Dennis Dunn Mr. Thomas P. Dunne, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Durand Mr. Scott D. Durden Mr. and Mrs. Justin Durel Ms. Jessica M. Dutton Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Duvall Mr. and Mrs. Kevin E. Dwyer Mr. Terrence Dwyer Eagle Bank Mr. and Mrs. William R. Earlewine Mrs. Virginia A. Eason Mr. and Mrs. Jared Easter Ms. Doris J. Eatherton Mr. and Mrs. William E. Eatherton Ms. Linda Eberlin Mr. Leonard Ebert Mr. Leo Echele Ms. Bernetta Eckelkamp Ms. Marie C. Eckerman Mr. and Mrs. Gerald G. Eckert Mr. Ty Eckert Mr. and Mrs. Kevin B. Eddington Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Edgar Harry Edison Foundation Ms. Janice A. Edler Edward Jones Mr. and Mrs. James M. Edwards Ms. Nicole L. Effinger Mrs. S. Egeston Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Eike Mr. and Mrs. Leonard D. Eilmann

Gifts received from August 1, 2011, to January 31, 2012 • G19

GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Chambers Ms. Marilyn Chambers Ms. Rebecca S. Chambers Ms. Diana L. Chancellor Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold W. Chandler Mr. and Mrs. David A. Chaput Mr. Richard M. Charow Mr. and Mrs. Ashok Chawla Mr. and Mrs. James J. Checkett Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Chehval Dr. and Mrs. Michael R. Chicoine Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Chilcutt Children's Miracle Network Children's Tumor Foundation Mr. John P. Childs Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Chivetta Christ the King Parish Christ, Prince of Peace Parish Mr. Carl K. Christiansen, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Chunn Church of the Annunziata Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Ciapciak Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Cicerelli Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Cini City of Ballwin City of Saint Louis Ms. Andrea Jo Clark Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Clark Mr. and Mrs. John E. Clark, Jr. Ms. Margaret Clark Mr. Robert N. Clark, III Mr. Terry L. Clark Dr. Karin L. Clauss Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Clayton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Cleland Mr. and Mrs. William B. Clifton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Clithero Ms. Frances E. Clukies Mr. and Mrs. Archie C. Clutter Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Cochran Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Cocking Ms. Mary K. Cody Ms. Jacqueline Coffey Ms. Alla Cojocaru Ms. Claire M. Colbert Ms. Betty J. Cole Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Cole Mr. Demetrick Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Coleman Mr. William L. Coleman Ms. Mary F. Coles Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Collier Mr. Mark Collins Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Collins Ms. Seletha Collins Columbia Golf Club, Inc. Colvis Financial Services Reverend John P. Comer Commerce Bancshares Foundation Committed to Health Chiropractic Center, LLC


GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP

GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP

Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. Einig Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Eise Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Elbert Mr. and Mrs. Dwight D. Elder Mrs. Julie M. Ellebrecht Ms. Rachel Elledge Elliott & Dixon's Barber Salon Ms. Patricia S. Elliott Ms. Rosemary L. Ellis Elsevier Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Elston Ms. Anna Ely Ms. Patricia I. Emmerich Ms. Anita Emmons Ms. Elizabeth A. Engel Enterprise Bank Epiphany of Our Lord Parish Mr. and Mrs. Bart Eppard Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Epplin Mr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Erb Ms. Elvera A. Erbs Mr. Alan Erdman Mrs. Harriet Erhardt Mr. George H. Erker Mr. Donald W. Ernst Mrs. Marie Eschbacher Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Eschmann Essex Industries, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Evans, III Mr. and Mrs. Nic Evens Mr. John R. Everding Ms. Janet M. Evers Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Ewen Mr. and Mrs. Curtis G. Faas Mr. and Mrs. Matthew S. Fagin Faith Community Church Mr. and Mrs. Keith FaQuin Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Farley Mr. and Mrs. Stanton K. Farley Mr. and Mrs. David C. Farrell Fast Eddie's Bon-Air, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Tony C. Fearday Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Fedorchak Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Feit Ms. Ann M. Feld Ms. Gloria K. Feldman Ms. Patricia A. Feldmann Mrs. Amy T. Felton Mr. and Mrs. Kim K. Feltz Ferguson Enterprises Ms. Betty Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Martin R. Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Fernandez Mr. and Mrs. Francis G. Ferrara Ms. Alzada B. Ferris Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Ferris Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Fesler Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fiduciary Advisors, Inc. Ms. Bonnie Rae Fiebiger Mr. and Mrs. David L. Figge Ms. Carla A. Fight Mr. and Mrs. John C. Fillo

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The Final Clean Company Financial Management Partners Mrs. Megan A. Finney Mr. and Mrs. William H. Fiock First Things First Foundation Ms. Mary F. Fischer Fischer-Bauer-Knirps Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Fister, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fiudo FKG Oil Company Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Flaherty Mr. Paul A. Fleischman Mr. and Mrs. William L. Fleschner Mr. and Mrs. Terry G. Flieg Ms. Irma L. Flier Ms. Stacy L. Flint Florissant Valley Chapter SPEBSQSA Ms. Jill D. Flowers-Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Flynn Ms. Rosalie J. Fogarty Mr. and Mrs. Brian Fogt Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Forcelledo Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ford Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Forget, Sr. Ms. Katie N. Forrester Ms. Mollie J. Forsch Mr. and Mrs. Everett W. Foss Mrs. Corinne L. Fossell Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Fournie Mr. Ralph A. Fournier Ms. Bernita A. Fowler Ms. Kathleen M. Francis Frank Adam Foundation Ms. M. Antoinette Frank Mr. and Mrs. Stephen O. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Steven N. Frank Ms. Tara Franklin Mr. and Mrs. Wallace S. Franklin Mr. Stephen P. Frauen Ms. Phyllis Frazer Fred Webber Inc. Material Services Fred Weber, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin L. Frederking Mr. and Mrs. William F. Frein Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. French Mr. and Mrs. John P. Freund Mr. and Mrs. William G. Friedel Mrs. Gloria J. Friedlander Mrs. Dawn E. Friedmann Ms. Gloria M. Frigo Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frodyma Mr. A. James Froesel Miss Klara E. Frommherz Mr. Robert E. Frost Dr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Fuchs Mr. and Mrs. William A. Fuest Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L. Fulkerson Full Care of Louisville, Inc. Mrs. Christine M. Fultz

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Funk Mrs. Nelda Gabelsberger Mr. and Mrs. Donell J. Gaertner Mr. and Mrs. Peter T. Gaffney Mr. Brendan J. Gaine Ms. Lisette Gaines-Ramsey Mrs. Carol A. Gaither Miss Frances M. Galardi Galati Building Cleaning Corporation Mr. Chad R. Gall Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Galli Mr. Donnie R. Galloway Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Galvin Dr. and Mrs. Gary L. Gambill Mr. Robert G. Gambrel Mr. and Mrs. William H. Gansler Ms. Christine L. Gardell Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Garland Mr. Robert J. Garrecht Mr. and Mrs. James C. Garvey Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gassett Gateway Combined Federal Campaign Gateway Harmonica Club, Inc. Mr. Germaine C. Gatewood Mrs. Bessie A. Gavura Ms. Lauren E. Gawrys Mr. Manuel V. Gayton Mr. Jerome W. Gazall Mr. and Mrs. D. Bruce Geary Mrs. Margaret H. Gebhard Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Geldmacher, Jr. Ms. Theresa Gelven Gene Huels Insurance Agency Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Genovese Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Genovese Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Geolat Mr. and Mrs. John A. George Dr. and Mrs. Philip G. George Mrs. Ann M. Geraty Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Gerber Mr. Robert Gerhart Mr. and Mrs. David Gerstenkorn Ms. Suzanne N. Gerstner Mr. Bernard J. Getz, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Peitro G. Gianfrancesco Ms. Evelina Giannas Ms. Laura P. Gibbs Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Gibson Mr. Bryan S. Gibson Ms. Shannon Gibson Ms. Abbie A. Gidionsen Ms. Linda H. Gier Mr. Tom Gierse Mr. and Mrs. William E. Giese Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Giesler Ms. Anne Gildehaus Ms. Mary J. Gioia Mr. Troy Gish Mrs. Alma Jean Giuffrida Ms. Marian Glandt

GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Ms. Carol A. Gleason Mr. and Mrs. John A. Gleckler Ms. MaryAnn Glenn Mr. Denis J. Glennon Mr. and Mrs. William E. Glennon Glenridge Children's Center Mrs. Sara J. Glickert Mrs. Teri Glidewell Ms. Jennifer N. Glore Mr. John Glueck Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Goetemann, Jr. Dr. David J. Goetten Ms. Renee K. Goetten Mr. Crystal Goff Mrs. Harriet Goldberg Golden Eagle Assembly 423 Mr. and Mrs. Howard Goldenberg Mr. James Golomski Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Gonzales The John R. Goodall Charitable Trust Ms. Angela M. Goode Ms. Aisha G. Goodman Mr. and Mrs. Adam Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Martin D. Gorman Ms. Sharon E. Gorsich Mr. David R. Gorski Ms. Eva Goss Mr. and Mrs. Stanford A. Goss Mr. James E. Graham Ms. Sarah Graham Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Grams Mr. Joseph M. Grana, Jr. Grasser Electric Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Gray Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation Ms. Janeine L. Greco Ms. Darlene D. Green Mr. and Mrs. David R. Green Mrs. Mary Christine Green Greensfelder, Hemker and Gale, P.C. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Greenstein Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Greenstreet Dr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Gregowicz Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Grellner Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Griese Mr. and Mrs. John M. Griffin Ms. Nancy A. Griffith Ms. Jennifer M. Griggs Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery L. Grimes Mr. Wilbur J. Groeblinghoff Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Groene Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Groom Mr. and Mrs. Don Groppe Mrs. Marcella Gross Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Grossmann Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Grote Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Grothoff Mr. and Mrs. Clark E. Grumke Mrs. Edith Grunwald Ms. Margaret G. Gualdoni


Mr. and Mrs. Kent B. Hake Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Hakenewerth Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Hale Ms. Elizabeth A. Hall Reverend John L. Hallemann Hallmark Building Supplies, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Halteman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halveland Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hammel Reverend Raymond A. Hampe Ms. Nancy A. Hampton Ms. Evelyn A. Hancock Dr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Hanley Mr. David Hanschu Mr. and Mrs. Phillip C. Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Otto H. Hanslick Mr. and Mrs. H. Robert Hantak Happy and Healthy Products, Inc. Mr. Damon R. Harbison Mr. Walter A. Hardin Ms. Kelly Hardt Mr. Danny E. Hardwick Ms. Anita Hardy Harness, Dickey, and Pierce, PLC Ms. Jo Ann E. Harper Ms. Katrina Y. Harris

Ms. Nancy S. Harris Mr. Scott Harris Mr. Udell I. Harris Ms. Christine F. Hart Ms. Junita L. Harter Mr. and Mrs. Gary F. Hartnell Ms. Judith A. Hartung Ms. Marian R. Hartung Mrs. Marie Hartwig Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Hartwig Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Harvard Mr. Edward L. Haskins Ms. Marian Hatcher Mr. James A. Hauskins Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hauver Have Bible Will Travel Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hawk Mr. Charles H. Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hawkins Ms. Linda L. Haycraft Mr. Roland M. Hayes

Ms. Sally G. Hays Healthcare Facilities Mr. John J. Healy Mr. and Mrs. Michael Heaney Ms. Doris Hearn Ms. Janice Hearst Heartland Preferred Mortgage Company, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Heath Mrs. Mary Hebrank Mr. and Mrs. Rick Heck Ms. Jessica J. Hedges Ms. Abbie E. Hedgpeth Mr. James Heffner Mr. and Mrs. Michael Heffner Mr. Joseph A. Hegger Mr. and Mrs. Cris D. Hehner Ms. Donna J. Heidenfelder Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Heim

Stacy Vogt (left), Seth Lange, St. Louis Blues defenseman Alex Pietrangelo and Ricky Lively

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eth Lange made a name for himself around SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center last spring when he turned entertainer/comedian during his treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Known for his laughter, the 14-year-old entertained family, friends and patients by sporting a Mohawk adorned with a rainbow assortment of colors! Then, with his disease in remission, Seth divulged his Christmas wish: a truck-load of toys—not for himself—but for the fourth floor and Bob Costas Cancer Center patients. Mom Stacy Vogt publicized Seth’s wish on a Facebook “Christmas for Kids with Cancer” page, receiving almost 2,000 hits in the first 24 hours. With donations from Seth’s school, local churches and hundreds of individuals, Seth and Stacy packed up a 10-foot truck, “…front to back, top to bottom” with toys, Stacy says. In December, Seth and St. Louis Blues players Alex Pietrangelo and Brian Elliott delivered the gifts, fulfilling Seth’s wish and, once again, bringing happiness and laughter to SSM Cardinal Glennon. Patients of SSM Cardinal Glennon pose with the toys they received from Seth Lange, a patient of the Bob Costas Cancer Center who collected presents for all the children in the hospital for the holiday season.

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Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Gude Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Gudiswitz Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd F. Guelbert Ms. Carolyn J. Guidry Ms. Ann E. Guiffrida Mr. and Mrs. Michael Guithues Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Guller Mr. David J. Gund Mr. Paul J. Gund Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Gundlach Mrs. Patricia Gundlach Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gunther Mr. Paul M. Guse The Guth Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Haack Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Haarmann Mr. Robert M. Haas Mrs. Stacie Haddox Mr. and Mrs. James Hafer Mrs. Kathleen M. Haferkamp Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Hagedorn Dr. and Mrs. Dean D. Hageman Mr. Lawrence W. Haggett Ms. Shannon Hahs Mr. and Mrs. William Hailstone Mr. Jusuf Hajric


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GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP

Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Heitmann Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Heitmann Heitzig Farms Heitzig Truck Service LLC Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Heitzig Ms. Karen Heitzig Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Heitzig Mr. Mark G. Helbig Mr. Eric R. Held Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hellebusch Ms. Mary Kathryn Helling Mr. and Mrs. Gerard M. Hempstead Drs. Lucas and Megan Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Dennis R. Henke Mr. Robert C. Henke Ms. Kathleen W. Hensler Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M. Hentz Mr. and Mrs. John F. Herber, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Herberholt, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Roland F. Herbst Mrs. Dorothy Hermann Ms. Jeanne Hermann Colonel Edward Hernandez Ms. Cindy R. Herrin Mr. Robert C. Hess Mrs. Patricia J. Heutel Mr. James Hicks Ms. Lynda Higbee Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Higgins Mr. Edward S. Higgins Ms. Barbara Hill Ms. Hattie L. Hill Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hillenbrand Dr. and Mrs. Steven Hilton Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Hilton Dr. Veronica M. Hilyard HJH Trucking, Inc. Mrs. Adele M. Hodson Ms. Linda Hoefflin Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Hoelscher Ms. Mabel A. Hoelter Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Hoeltge Ms. Danielle K. Hoelzer Dr. and Mrs. Howard E. Hoenig Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Hoenninger Grace and Eli Hoerner Mr. and Mrs. David F. Hof Ms. Natalie N. Hoff Mrs. Kathy Hoffelmeyer Mrs. Patricia A. Hofferth Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. William R. Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hoffschwelle Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hofmeister Ms. Dorothy H. Hogan Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hogan Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hogan Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hogan Mr. and Mrs. David M. Holder Mr. Joshua D. Holder Ms. Audrey M. Holdsworth Mr. and Mrs. Craig Hollamon

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Ms. Courtney Hollenbach Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hollenkamp Ms. Laurel Hollister Mrs. Shannon D. Holloran Diamond Holly Krieg Memorial Fund Mrs. Carrie Holman Ms. Margaret J. Holmes Ms. Sharon E. Holt Mr. Marvin Holtman Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Holtmann Holy Family Parish (Port Hudson) Holy Infant Parish (Ballwin) Holy Martyrs of Japan Parish Holy Name of Jesus Parish Holy Redeemer Parish Holy Rosary Parish (Warrenton) Holy Spirit Parish Mrs. Connie Holzum Ms. Ann Hoover Mr. Daniel L. Horack Dr. and Mrs. J. Joseph Horan Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Horas Dr. and Mrs. Simon Horenstein Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Horn Mr. and Mrs. Alvin H. Horst Ms. Lisa R. Horwitz Ms. Stephanie M. Hosler Ms. Kathy A. Houchins House for Hope Foundation Inc. Mr. Jeff Houston Ms. Donna J. How Mr. and Mrs. John W. Howald Mr. Joseph E. Howard Ms. Mary C. Howe Mr. John M. Howell Mr. and Mrs. Louis S. Howell Mr. and Mrs. Greg Hrbacek Mr. Mark J. Hubertus Ms. Brenda Hudson Ms. Patricia A. Hudson Ms. Margaret S. Huebner Mr. Joel W. Huelsmann Mr. and Mrs. Paul Huff, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Hufty Hughes Mr. James Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Jason A. Hughes Ms. Karen D. Hughes Humane Society of Missouri Ms. Megan A. Hummel Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hummel, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Hundley Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hunker Ms. Sandra L. Hunsperger

Mike Flotken (left); Tanya Richards; and Rose Fogarty, foundation communication manager. Mike and Tanya dropped off toys collected from The St. Louis Strategic Partners BNI Chapter and our friends at The Big 550 KTRS.

Mrs. Lisa C. Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Hunter Mr. Osvaldo Hunter Ms. Gloria E. Hurley Ms. Adrienne R. Hurst Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Hurst Mr. Billy Huynh Ms. Judy A. Hyatt Mr. Richard Hybiak Miss Mary Louise Hyde Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie H. Hyde Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Hyten Illinois Distributing Company Immaculate Conception Parish (Arnold) Immaculate Conception Parish (Augusta) Immaculate Conception Parish (Dardenne) Immaculate Conception Parish (Maplewood) Immaculate Conception Parish (Old Monroe) Immaculate Conception Parish (Park Hills) Immaculate Conception Parish (Union) Immaculate Conception Parish (West Alton) Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish (New Melle) Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish (Saint Louis)

Mr. Stephan Imre Mr. and Mrs. John J. Inkley, Jr. Mr. Craig T. Inman Mrs. Janice Inman Mr. Frank Intagliata International Charitable Foundation Interstate Cleaning Corporation Isaac's Rays of Hope Ms. Deborah A. Isgrigg Mr. David Ish Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Isringhausen Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Jacknewitz Mr. James M. Jacobi Mr. John M. Jacobi Mrs. Janet Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Jerome S. Jacobsmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Jacobson Mr. and Mrs. Erwin C. Jacus Mr. and Mrs. Neil Jaffe Ms. Aloja J. Jalipa Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Janku Jan's Hallmark Shops Ms. Maria Jansen JDS Management, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Lou Jearls, III Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Jecklin, III Jefferson County Community Partnership Ms. Irma J. Jefferson Mr. and Mrs. Dave A. Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Jensen Ms. Susan W. Jensen


Mr. and Mrs. James G. Kelly Ms. Jennifer N. Kelly Ms. Jill Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kelly Mr. Michael J. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Kemper Mr. and Mrs. Ronald V. Kemper Mr. Dennis M. Kempf Ms. Florence L. Kempf Mrs. Marie F. Kempf Mr. Alan W. Kendall Dr. and Mrs. David G. Kennedy Mr. John M. Kennedy Ms. Marcella M. Kennedy Mrs. Jeanne R. Kenney Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Kenney Ms. Dawn M. Kennon Mr. and Mrs. David L. Kenny Mr. and Mrs. Mark K. Keohane Ms. Amanda N. Kerley Mr. and Mrs. Wallace A. Kern Mr. and Mrs. Sean Kernan Mr. and Mrs. Alan W. Kerr Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Kertz Ms. Stefanee L. Keth Ms. Dolores Kettenbach Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Kettmann Ms. Jean A. Kiburz Mr. H. Michael Kiel Kienstra Enterprises, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Kikas Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kilbreath Mr. and Mrs. Mark Killebrew Mrs. Ruth C. Killeen Mr. and Mrs. Robert Killion Ms. Peggy Kinamore Ms. Deanna L. King Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. King Mr. J. S. King Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. King Mr. and Mrs. Sean King Miss Mary Janet Kinsella Mrs. Frances Kister Ms. Amy L. Klein Mr. Harry J. Klein Ms. Marcella M. Klein Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Klein Mr. and Mrs. William T. Klein Mrs. Constance A. Klepper Mr. James A. Kline Mr. Robert E. Klopmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Klos Mr. Anthony A. Kloster Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Klucker Mrs. Bobbie K. Knaus Mr. and Mrs. Michael Knibb Mr. Edward H. Kniep Ms. Frances A. Knight

Knights of Columbus - Bishop Althoff General Assembly No. 0193 - Bishop John N. Wurm Council No. 2012 - Council No. 2189 - Council No. 2874 - Council No. 3760 - Columbian Charities Missouri State Council - Edwardsville Council No. 1143 - 4th Degree Fort Kaskaskia General Assembly - 4th Degree Mary Queen of Heaven Assembly - L. A. Lambert Council No. 1581 - Pinckneyville Council No. 2921 - Saint Alban Roe Council No. 12022 - Saint Anthony’s Council No. 8588 - Saint Jerome Council No. 1572 - Saint Joseph of Freeburg Council No. 13197 - Horseshoe Tournament Ms. Cheryl L. Knobeloch Ms. Joal Knox Mr. Robert E. Koberlein Mr. and Mrs. Chris T. Koenemann Ms. Carol A. Kohlmann Kohl's Department Stores Kohrmann Brothers Masonry, Inc. Mr. Marc S. Kolaks Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Koller Mr. and Mrs. Brian Kollmeyer Mr. and Mrs. James G. Koman Mr. David Kombrink Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Komnick Ms. Sandra L. Koontz Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Koors Ms. Susan Korte Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Kountzmann Ms. Marilyn H. Kowert Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Kozemczak KPMG LLP Mrs. Virginia Kraichely Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Kramer Ms. Nancy S. Kramer Mr. Robert V. Krapf Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Krassinger Ms. Diana Kraus Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Krausz Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Kribs Mrs. Helen T. Krull Krupinski Academy of Dance Ms. Megan Krupp Mr. Lynn A. Krusemark Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Krutsinger KSDK Television Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F. Kuberski Mr. Charles F. Kubik and Miss Mary Jane Kubik Mr. and Mrs. John C. Kueneke Kuhn Foundation Mr. Francis A. Kulikowski

Ms. Susan Kummer Mr. Gary J. Kusmierczak and Ms. Deborah J. Boylan Mr. and Mrs. Arden J. Kurtz Mr. Steven Kurz Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Kutz Mr. and Mrs. William Kuzma Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Kvale LaBarge Pipe and Steel Company Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. LaBarge Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. LaBarge Mrs. Loyce Labbe Lach Transportation, Inc. Ms. Ashley Lachler Laclede Gas Company Ms. Adrinne C. Lacy Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Ladd Ms. Linda S. LaHue Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Lampitt, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Landano Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M. Landau Ms. Irene M. Lane Mr. and Mrs. Ryan T. Lane Mr. Christopher F. Lang Dr. and Mrs. Donald E. Lang Mrs. Louis Lang Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Langhorst Mr. and Mrs. Paul Langhorst Ms. Natalie Lanning Ms. Geneva S. LaPlant Ms. Linda L. Larkin Lashly and Baer Mr. Gerard J. Lauber and Dr. Angela M. Sharkey Mrs. Sarah Lauer Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. LaVallee Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Lawless Lawrence Group Architects, Inc. Ms. Nancy Lawson Dr. Leland M. Laycob Mr. Harold V. Layton Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lazar Mr. Robert J. Learmont Ms. Barbara J. LeCompte Lee Enterprises Ms. Renee LeGear Mr. Steven M. Leigh Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leimer Ms. Joyce Leisler Ms. Laura C. Lenington Mrs. Lynn Lenker Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leonard Mr. Bernard C. Leone Mr. and Mrs. Quong Leong Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Leritz Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Leskovsky Mr. and Mrs. Lee E. Letourneau Ms. Jeanne M. Leuthen Mr. and Mrs. David N. Levin Mrs. Colette Levy Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lewandowski Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Lewis, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Lewis

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Mrs. Mary Anne Jerabek Jersey Community Hospital Jersey County Grain Company Jersey County Health Department Jersey State Bank Jerseyville Police Department Mr. and Mrs. Ken W. Jincks Mrs. Laura A. Jines Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Joeckel Mrs. Patricia L. Johaningmeyer Mr. and Mrs. James A. Johns Mr. David C. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. George B. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. James O. Johnson Dr. Kevin T. Johnson Ms. Latasha Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Johnson Ms. Sue A. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Chris S. Jones Mr. James C. Jones and Ms. Kathleen M. Goldkamp Mrs. Lynn C. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jones Ms. Sally P. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Jones Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Waymon D. Jones Ms. Chanelle R. Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Joseph, Jr. Joyce Meyer Ministries, Inc. Mrs. Margaret J. Judge Mr. and Mrs. William A. Juengel Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Julius Jumper's Auto Service, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Jung JustGive Ms. Eileen Kabance Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Kadlec Mr. and Mrs. Bruce T. Kaemmerlen Mr. and Mrs. John T. Kaestner Ms. Irene F. Kaffenberger Kaiser Electric Inc. Kaiser Permanente Ms. Patty Kallal Ms. Mary Kamakas Mr. James G. Kargus, Sr. Mr. George Karleskint, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Karoll Mr. Thomas P. Kasper Ms. Ashley E. Katcher Ms. Cheryle A. Kauble Mrs. LaVon B. Kayser Mr. and Mrs. Garland D. Keck Ms. Kimberly N. Keith Ms. Maureen R. Keithley Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Kelemen Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Kellenberger Mr. Andre A. Keller Ms. Mary N. Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Kelly


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GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP

Ms. Michele A. Lewis Lewis, Rice and Fingersh, L.C. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Ley Liberty Mutual Foundation Mr. Robert J. Liebe, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. David M. Lieberman Mr. Andrew G. Liebermann Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Liebman Mr. and Mrs. Rich Lifka Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Lindemann Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Linderer, Jr. Ms. Kathy Linsin Lions Club of Webster Groves Ms. Kasha Liszewski Little Flower Parish Mr. David A. Lloyd Ms. Danuta U. Lo Mr. Robert W. Lockwood Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Loewenstein Ms. Mary J. Logan Mr. Thomas J. Lohse Mr. and Mrs. L. Anthony Loman Ms. Mary A. Lombardo Ms. Diane Longinette Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Longtin Ms. Katherine D. Lottes Mr. and Mrs. George E. Louis The John Allan Love Charitable Foundation Ms. Mary K. Love Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Lowery Mr. and Mrs. John P. Luby, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Oriano Luchini Ms. Lailuma Luddin Mr. Joseph C. Ludewig Ms. Peggy Luesse

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Luetkenhaus Mrs. Mary E. Luhmann Luhr Brothers Inc. Dr. Jessica R. Luitjohan Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Lumia Ms. Diane B. Luna-Morales Ms. Lisa D. Luth Mr. Richard D. Lynam Ms. Laura Lynn Lyon Industries, Inc. Ms. Marie Mabbitt Mr. and Mrs. Lewis G. Mace, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Leo W. Mackin, Jr. Macy's Midwest Ms. Colleen M. Madden Mr. and Mrs. Roche Madden Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Maddock Madonna Della Rocca Society Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Maguire Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Maher Mr. and Mrs. William R. Maher Mr. and Mrs. Bhikkhu T. Mahinda Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Maiden Mr. Chris Malamas Mr. Albert R. Malick Mr. and Mrs. John T. Malinak Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mallette, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mallott Mr. and Mrs. James V. Maloney Mr. and Mrs. Jerome V. Maloney Ms. Jewell M. Maloney Mrs. Rose L. Malt Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Manfrede Ms. Catherine C. Mangan Mr. and Mrs. Herman G. Mangold Ms. Monica Manley

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund T. Mann Ms. Debra D. Manne Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Mannion Mrs. Elizabeth A. Mantych Mr. Thomas M. Mantych Marcone Supply Mardi Gras, Inc. Ms. Ann Mardis Mr. and Mrs. James B. Marheineke Ms. Mildred M. Marietta Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Marino Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Mark Mr. Carl Marker Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Markway Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marnati Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Marquitz Mr. Paul M. Marshall, III Mr. and Mrs. William C. Marshall Mrs. Debra Marsilio Mr. Donald H. Martin Mr. Donald R. Martin Mr. Edward B. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Glen Martin Ms. Helen Martin Mr. and Mrs. John C. Martin Ms. Kristine M. Martin

Ms. Lana K. Martin Mr. and Mrs. R. Patrick Martin Mr. and Mrs. Teddy H. Martin Ms. JoAnn Martorelli Mr. Branko J. Marusic and Dr. Gina M. Marusic Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Marx Mary, Mother of the Church Parish Mr. and Mrs. John T. Maschmeyer Ms. Susan Mason Ms. Robyn Massey Masterbrand Cabinets MasterCard Matching Gift Program Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L. Masters Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Mastis Ms. Mary C. Mastorakos Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Mataya Mr. and Mrs. Armando Matech Mr. Julian B. Mathes Mr. and Mrs. Steven Mathes Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Mathison Mr. and Mrs. Lucien J. Matter Mrs. Mary J. Mattfeld Mr. Frank J. Matula Mr. and Mrs. Clemens A. Maus Mr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Maxim

Tag Along with Mary Hilton to Discover the Joy of Giving

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t’s not just Santa and his elves who are busy in the months leading up to Christmas. Sixth-grader Mary Hilton and her “elves” make hundreds of Christmas gift tags to sell to neighbors, friends and relatives to raise money for the Speech Pathology Department at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. Mary, who received speech therapy at SSM Cardinal Glennon for several years, began making the Christmas tags as a solo entrepreneur and raised $37 for the speech pathology department. This past season, in her fourth year of production, Mary expanded the line to include ‘thankyou’ and birthday tags, added a staff of helpers and raised $1,803! Mary Hilton and her group of helpers present their annual check to the SSM Cardinal Glennon Speech Pathology Department.

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Merck Partnership for Giving Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Merenda Ms. Rene Meriwether Mr. Robert L. Merlo Mrs. Maureen E. Mersman Ms. Margie Mesplay Ms. Michelle J. Messenger Mr. and Mrs. Louis Messmer Dr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Mestres Mr. Richard Metz Mr. Albert Metzger Mr. Martin P. Metzler Mr. and Mrs. Adolph H. Meyer Mr. Gary Meyer Mr. and Mrs. George E. Meyer Mr. Gevert H. Meyer Mr. James F. Meyer Ms. Jennifer Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Justin P. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Meyer Mr. Phillip E. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Bob L. Meyers Mr. Kenneth Meyers Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Meyers Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Meyers Mr. and Mrs. R. Mark Michalski Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Middendorf Midwest Elevator Company, Inc. Mr. Peter G. Milanowski Mr. Paul A. Miles Military Order of the Devil Dogs Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Miller Jr. Ms. Elizabeth A. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Gene Miller Mr. Kent S. Miller Ms. Lauren Miller Ms. Maria Miller Mr. Michael J. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Millard R. Miller Ms. Mona L. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. Miller Ms. Samantha A. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Scott Miller Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Timothy C. Miller Ms. Shirley Milligan Ms. Terry L. Milne Mr. and Mrs. David Mintert Mr. and Mrs. James E. Minton Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Missey Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Missey Mississippi Lime Company Mississippi Valley Roofing, Inc. Missouri State Employees Charitable Campaign Missouri Valley Conference, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Tehmton S. Mistry Ms. Erica J. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Mitchler

GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP

Miss Janet M. May Ms. Joanna May Mr. and Mrs. J. Randall Mayer, Jr. Mr. Steve M. Mayer Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Mayfield Ms. Dorothy Maysey Ms. Laura K. Mazzarese Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. McAteer McAvoy & Bahn, L.C. McBride and Son Management Co. Mr. and Mrs. Casey D. McBride Ms. Julie M. McCabe Monsignor Robert L. McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. John J. McCormac Ms. Laura A. McCune Ms. Greta L. McCurry Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. McDermott Mr. and Mrs. Dennis R. McDonough Mr. and Mrs. Larry S. McDonough Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. McDonough Mr. and Mrs. David McElwee Ms. Mary I. McFerron Mr. Richard P. McGahan Ms. LaWanda McGee Ms. Maureen McGrath Mr. Robert McGregory Ms. Jean McGuire Mr. and Mrs. Raymond P. McIntyre, Sr. Ms. Julie A. McKahan McKelvey Homes Mr. and Mrs. David McKim Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. McKinnis Miss Carol A. McKinzie Mr. and Mrs. William E. McKinzie, Jr. McLaren Grading, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. McMillin Mr. and Mrs. George L. McNichols Ms. Melanie L. McVay Ms. Carrie McVehil Ms. Madison McVehil Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. McVey, II Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. McWhorter Mr. and Mrs. James T. McWilliams Ms. Julie Mecey Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Mechler Medela Mr. Steven M. Medford Medhurst, Inc. Ms. Amanda M. Medley Ms. Elizabeth A. Mee Mr. and Mrs. John C. Meehan, Jr. Mr. Joseph C. Meek Mr. and Mrs. John F. Meere Mr. and Mrs. Terrence J. Mehan Mr. and Mrs. Minoo Mehta Mrs. Jo Ellen Meier Mrs. Margaret M. Meiners Mr. and Mrs. James F. Melichar Mr. George T. Mell, Sr. Ms. Joanne Menendez Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mense Mr. Donald W. Mercille

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Mitulski Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Moak, Jr. Mr. George F. Mockler, III Mr. Richard J. Modde Dr. and Mrs. James T. Moffitt Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moglia Ms. Dolores A. Mohan Mr. John W. Mohr Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Mohrman Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Mohrmann Mr. and Mrs. Pantelis Moissis Ms. Sarah B. Mokoosio Mr. and Mrs. Conrad T. Molitor Ms. Stephanie Moll Dr. Stacey M. Monaco Mr. and Mrs. James L. Monahan Ms. Martha Moneymaker The Monsanto Fund Mr. William L. Monte Mr. and Mrs. Clinton H. Moor Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Moore Mr. Lee D. Moore Ms. Tracy L. Moore Ms. Joan M. Moran Mr. and Mrs. William A. Moran Ms. Mattie Morgan Ms. Olga Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Morgenthaler, Jr. Dr. Mary Ann Morley Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Morrell

Mr. Jerry L. Morris Ms. Kathleen A. Morris Ms. Sharon S. Morris Mr. Victor E. Morris Ms. Karen Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Gary C. Moser Most Sacred Heart Parish (Eureka) Most Sacred Heart Parish (Florissant) Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. Moushey Mr. and Mrs. James L. Mudd Mr. Michael L. Mudd Mr. and Mrs. David G. Mueckl Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Muehlheausler Mr. and Mrs. John E. Mueller Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Mueller Mr. and Mrs. William A. Mueller Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Muenster Ms. Edith E. Mueth Mr. Almir Muharemovic Father Martin J. Mulivhill Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Mullen Mulqueeny Eye Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Mulvaney Mr. and Mrs. James Munsell Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Murfin Ms. Kathleen Murphy Ms. Lisa A. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Harlan R. Murray Mr. and Mrs. Allan E. Muscott Mr. Alen Muslic

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Mr. and Mrs. Melvin G. Myers Mr. Robert F. Naber Nadoz at the Boulevard, LLC Mr. Julian R. Najbar Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nance Mr. and Mrs. William Nanney Ms. Patricia L. Nash National Corn Growers Association Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Nations Mr. and Mrs. John W. Nave Mr. and Mrs. Bradford F. Neece Mr. and Mrs. Vernis L. Nelson Mr. Gregory S. Nesbitt Ms. Audrey C. Nessing Nestle Purina Company Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Nestor Network for Good Mr. and Mrs. William H. Neu Mr. and Mrs. Patrick B. Newsham Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newton Ms. Mary E. Nicastro Ms. Bailey M. Nichols Mr. and Mrs. James W. Nichols Mr. Robert Nichols Ms. Alisa D. Nickelson Nidec Motor Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Niedringhaus Mr. William H. Nienaber Ms. Dianne M. Niethe Mr. Lance L. Noel Ms. Margaret F. Nolte Mr. Daniel E. Noonan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Noonan Nordstrom Mr. Gary F. Norman Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Norman Ms. Ruth Ann Norton Mr. and Mrs. David F. Novack Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Nowak Dr. and Mrs. Blake E. Noyes NPC International, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Oakes Ms. Sarah Oakley Ms. Kay L. Oaks Ms. Patricia A. Oberkirsch Ms. Lillian B. Oberle Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Oberle Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Obermeyer Ms. Theresa M. Obert Dr. and Mrs. Edward J. O'Brien, Jr. Ms. Elizabeth G. O'Brien Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. O'Brien Mr. Thomas I. O'Brien Ms. Cassandra Ochoa Mr. and Mrs. John T. O'Connell Mr. and Mrs. James J. O'Connor, III Mr. and Mrs. John J. O'Connor Ms. Sheila D. O'Connor Mr. Bruce O'Dell Mr. and Mrs. Leo Odendahl Mr. Raymond R. Odorizzi

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Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Oehler Mr. and Mrs. William L. Offermann Mrs. Barbara W. O'Flynn Ms. Carol A. O'Grady Ms. Joan B. O'Hara Ms. Michelle M. O'Hara Mr. Dipo E. Okunrinboye Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Oliger Mr. Thomas H. Olmsted Mr. and Mrs. John Olson Mr. and Mrs. William M. Olson Mrs. Marianne A. O'Malley Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. O'Neal Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. O'Neal Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. O'Neill Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Oppenheim Mr. James Orcutt Order of Eastern Star Mr. Thomas A. O'Reilly Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Orf Ms. Margaret H. Orf Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Orf Ms. Tommi Orr Ms. Barbara A. Ottis Our Lady Help of Christians Parish Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish Our Lady of Lourdes Parish (University City) Our Lady of Providence Parish Our Lady of Sorrows Parish Our Lady of the Holy Cross Parish Our Lady of the Pillar Parish Our Lady of the Rosary Parish Our Lady Parish (Festus) Mr. Jonathan Overberg Mr. and Mrs. John L. Overmann, Jr. Ms. Sandra S. Owens The Pageant LLC Painting Solutions Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Pall Mr. and Mrs. John W. Papa Ms. Dolley M. Pappademos Mrs. Patricia A. Paradise Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parini Mr. and Mrs. Bob Parker Mr. and Mrs. George A. Parmentier Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Parres Mr. and Mrs. Brian Patchett Ms. Ashley E. Pate Dr. and Mrs. John J. Paterson Ms. Eva Patrick Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Patterson Ms. Lonna Patton Ms. Monica Patton Mr. Gerald L. Paule Ms. Carla Payne Mr. Stephen G. Peitz, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Pelikan Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Pelikan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Valentine L. Pelizzaro Mr. and Mrs. John Penick

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Peniston Mr. and Mrs. William J. Penovich Ms. Joanne Pensenstadler Mrs. Laura R. Perano Ms. Kristen Perez Ms. Susan C. Perez Mr. and Mrs. Matthew G. Perlow Mr. Redford A. Perrine, Jr. Ms. Donna R. Perrot Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Perry Ms. Mary F. Peterein Mr. Ralph A. L. Peters Dr. Mary J. Petruska-Nordmann Ms. Dorene M. Pfeiffer The Pfizer Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Phelps, Jr. Ms. Crystal L. Phillips Mr. Jay Phillips Dr. and Mrs. John J. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. John O. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Phillips Mrs. Marvin Picou Ms. M. Diane Pierce Mr. Scott A. Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Pierzynski Pilates Plus by Lori LLC Mr. and Mrs. David J. Pilla

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Pillitteri The Pillsbury Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Pimmel Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Piontek Mr. and Mrs. Steve Piper Mr. John Pisani Mr. and Mrs. David Pisoni Mr. and Mrs. John A. Pisoni Mr. and Mrs. James O. Pitlyk Ms. Rosemary Pitlyk Pittsburg Free Will Baptist Church Ms. Jeanne M. Place Plancorp, Inc. Mr. Kenneth E. Plumb Pocket Aces, Inc. Ms. Grayce Podwojaski Policemen’s Benevolent Protective Assoc of Illinois Mr. and Mrs. Fairfax F. Pollnow Ms. Cecilia Pollo Mrs. Patricia A. Polys Ms. Joan M. Ponder Mr. William V. Pontello Ms. Mitze Pool-Swan Ms. Luisa F. Pope The Post Sports Bar and Grill Mr. Mike Postal


Mr. Maurice Reehle Mr. David T. Reeves Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Regan Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Reger Ms. Rose A. Rehagen Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rehor Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Reich Ms. Barbara A. Reilly Dr. and Mrs. John V. Reilly Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Reilly Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Reilly Ms. Margaret Reim Mrs. Vicky L. Reim Ms. Brandi Reinacher Mr. and Mrs. David M. Reinheimer Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reinholz Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Reis, IV Mrs. Deanie M. Reis Mr. Vincent J. Reisch Mr. Aaron L. Reitz Dr. Anthony J. Rejent Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Rejent Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Reller Mr. and Mrs. Dwaine Rembusch Renaissance Charitable Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Rensing Mr. and Mrs. David L. Requarth Ms. Jeanette Reschke Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Ressler Mr. and Mrs. Oliver J. Reszler Retirement Acres Mr. Don Rex Colonel and Mrs. James C. Reynolds Dr. and Mrs. James W. Rhea Mr. and Mrs. Vincent C. Rheinheimer Mr. and Mrs. Torkel Rhenman Ms. Elizabeth A. Rhyne Mr. William M. Ricci and Dr. Ann D. Ricci Ms. M. K. Rice Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Rich Mr. William F. Richards Rick Mueller Construction, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen K. Rick Mrs. Carol J. Rickert Ms. Helen A. Riechmann Mrs. Elsie I. Rigden Mr. and Mrs. James E. Ringhofer Mr. and Mrs. James F. Riordan Mr. and Mrs. John F. Risberg Ritter Bobcat Service, Inc. Ms. Elizabeth R. Ritter Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Mr. and Mrs. Jeff L. Robbins Robert "Bob" Sanders Waste System Inc. Robert E. Jones Foundation Mr. Michael A. Robert Ms. Shirley M. Robert Ms. Lois Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Tim Roberts

Ms. Almetia Robertson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Robinson Mrs. Rachel Robison Mr. and Mrs. John L. Rodis Mr. and Mrs. John B. Roe, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Roeseler Mr. and Mrs. Norris J. Roessler Mr. Brett E. Roethemeyer and Dr. Janelle A. Roethemeyer Mr. Franklin P. Rogers Miss Clara Rohleder Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Rohlfing Mr. Daniel P. Rohrs Mr. Norman H. Rola Ms. Marcella V. Roling Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Romay Roof Asset Management Planning, Inc. Mrs. Rita M. Rose Mr. Tracy Rose Mr. William A. Rose Mrs. Rosalinda M. Rosemann Mr. Thomas J. Rosemann Major and Mrs. John F. Rosenbaum Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Ross Ms. Kristin N. Ross Ms. Cristie B. Rossel Ms. Diane Roth Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roth Mrs. Mary Rothschild Mr. and Mrs. James F. Rowan Ms. Jacqueline M. Roxlau Ms. Susan Rozier RubinBrown LLP Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Rucker, Jr. Mr. Robert Rucker Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ruckman Mr. and Mrs. David M. Rudder Dr. and Mrs. Martin Rudloff Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ruggeri Ruggles Transport Inc. Ms. Brenda D. Rule Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Runde Ms. Stephanie M. Runde Tanesia Runnels Ms. Kristen D. Rush Mr. and Mrs. Scott J. Rushing Mr. and Mrs. Greg J. Russell Mr. and Mrs. Gregory M. Russell Mr. and Mrs. Jarrod J. Russell Mr. Kerry Russell Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Russell Ms. Mihaela Rusu Ms. Carrie G. Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Rutterer Ms. Amanda Ruzicka Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Ruzicka Mr. and Mrs. John J. Ryan, III Ms. Kathy Ryan Mr. Norman J. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Vincent D. Ryan

Mr. Michael P. Ryterski Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rzonca Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Saak Sackmann Gas Company, Inc. Sacred Heart Parish (Ozora) Sacred Heart Parish (Troy) Sacred Heart Parish (Valley Park) Mr. and Mrs. James C. Sadler Saint Agatha Parish Saint Alban Roe Parish Saint Alban Roe School Saint Ambrose Parish Saint Ann Parish (Clover Bottom) Saint Ann Parish (Normandy) Saint Anne Mission (French Village) Saint Anselm Parish Saint Anthony Parish (High Ridge) Saint Anthony Parish (Sullivan) Saint Anthony's Health Center Saint Anthony's Medical Center Saint Augustine Parish Saint Barnabas Parish Saint Bernadette Parish Saint Catherine Laboure Parish Saint Cecilia Parish Saint Charles Borromeo Parish Saint Clare of Assisi Parish Saint Clement of Rome Parish Saint Cletus Parish (Saint Charles) Saint Cronan Parish Saint David Parish (Arnold) Saint Dominic Savio Parish Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish (Saint Charles) Saint Elizabeth of Hungary Parish (Crestwood) Saint Elizabeth, Mother of John the Baptist Parish Saint Ferdinand Parish Saint Francis Borgia Parish Saint Francis of Assisi Parish (Luebbering) Saint Francis of Assisi Parish (Oakville) Saint Francis of Assisi Parish (Portage Des Sioux) Saint Francis Xavier Church (College) Saint Gabriel the Archangel Parish Saint Gerald Mission Saint Gerard Majella Parish Saint Gertrude Parish (Washington) Saint Gianna Parish Saint James Parish (Catawissa) Saint James Parish (Potosi) Saint James the Greater Parish Saint Joan of Arc Parish Saint John Bosco Parish Saint John Nepomuk Chapel Saint John Parish (Imperial) Saint John the Baptist Parish Saint John, Apostle and Evangelist Parish

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Potter Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Potthoff Miss Adelaide M. Powers Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Powers Miss Rosemary Pozzini Mr. and Mrs. Gary Pratt Mr. Ryan L. Pratt Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Pratte, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Pratte Ms. Alice C. Prewitt Ms. Aleya C. Price Ms. Beth Price Ms. Lisa J. Price Ms. Maria G. Price Mr. and Mrs. Donald Prince Mr. Giuseppe Prinzivalli Priority Properties Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Probst Production Products Manufacturing and Sales, Inc. Professional Installers, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Pruessner Mr. Ron W. Przybylinski Mr. Joseph A. Przybylski Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Puglisi Mr. and Mrs. Robert Puleo Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Puljak Ms. Margaret P. Pulliam Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Purcell Mr. and Mrs. Pete R. Puricelli Mr. and Mrs. Owen D. Pursley Mr. and Mrs. Vernon R. Pursley, Jr. Ms. Terry Ann Purtly Queen of All Saints Parish Mr. and Mrs. Nadim Z. Qureshi Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Rabbitt, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Rachelski Ms. Gloria Rademacher Reverend and Mrs. Martin J. Rafanan Ms. Anne M. Rahubka Mr. Daniel F. Raithel Mr. and Mrs. Ilya Rakhlenko Mr. Ray W. Raley Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Rallo Mr. and Mrs. Roger Randall Ranken Jordan Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Rankin Mr. David Rantz Mrs. Loretta Rapatski Mrs. Lois R. Rasch Mr. James B. Rascher Mr. James W. Rataj Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Rauth Ms. Marie A. Ravarino Ms. Judith S. Rawdon Ms. Ermeline Reagan REALTOR Housing Assistance Fund Mrs. Linda S. Recklein Mrs. Janine L. Reed Ms. Jennifer M. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Wayne W. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Ryan A. Reeder


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Saint Joseph Parish (Apple Creek) Saint Joseph Parish (Bonne Terre) Saint Joseph Parish (Clayton) Saint Joseph Parish (Cottleville) Saint Joseph Parish (Farmington) Saint Joseph Parish (Imperial) Saint Joseph Parish (Josephville) Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Saint Julian Saint Justin the Martyr Parish Saint Louis County Treasurer Saint Louis Metro Irish Club Saint Louis Post Dispatch Saint Luke the Evangelist Parish Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque Parish Saint Margaret of Scotland Parish Saint Mark Parish Saint Martin de Porres Parish Saint Martin of Tours Parish Saint Mary Magdalen Parish Saint Mary Magdalen Parish (Brentwood) Saint Mary of Perpetual Help Parish (Villa Ridge) Saint Mary of Victories Chapel Saint Matthias Parish Saint Michael the Archangel Parish Saint Monica Parish Saint Nicholas Parish Saint Norbert Parish Saint Paul Parish (Fenton)

Saint Paul Parish (Saint Paul) Saint Pius V Parish Saint Raphael the Archangel Parish Saint Richard Parish Saint Rita Parish Saint Robert Bellarmine Parish Saint Roch Parish Saint Rose of Lima Parish (DeSoto) Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne Parish Saint Sabina Parish Saint Stephen Parish Saint Stephen Protomartyr Parish Saint Vincent de Paul Parish Saint Vincent de Paul Parish (Dutzow) Saint Vincent de Paul Parish (Perryville) Saint Wenceslaus Parish Sainte Genevieve Du Bois Parish (Warson Woods) Sainte Genevieve Parish Sainte Genevieve School District Saints Peter and Paul Parish Saints Philip and James Parish Mr. and Mrs. James F. Salih Mr. and Mrs. Matt Sallaberry Ms. Carolyn Sue Salvato Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Salvin Ms. Gwendolynn A. Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Mark O. Sandler Mr. and Mrs. Douglas G. Sansone Ms. Kelly Santacruz Mr. and Mrs. Angelo M. Santino

Ms. Virginia Sapp Mr. and Mrs. James Saraceno Mr. John R. Sares Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sarrico Mr. and Mrs. David B. Sauer Mr. and Mrs. David P. Sauerburger Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sauerwein Mr. and Mrs. John Saufnauer, III Ms. Diane Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Scanlon Mr. and Mrs. William C. Schacht, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. Schaefer Ms. Sherri L. Schaefer Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Schaeffer Ms. Valerie Schaeffler Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence V. Schallom Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Schaper Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Schasteen Mr. Arthur F. Scheer and Ms. Rosalie Scheer Scheffel Builders, Inc. Mr. Charles Scherrer Ms. Marilyn E. Scherrer Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Schick Mr. and Mrs. John A. Schicker Mr. and Mrs. William J. Schicker Mr. and Mrs. Chris Schildz Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Schilling Mr. and Mrs. John A. Schlautman Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Schlegel Ms. Stacey Schlegl

St. Justin’s Kicks Into High Gear to Help Fund Diabetes Clinic

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he tagline on St. Justin Martyr Catholic School’s website reads: “Forming, Informing, Transforming Lives,” and this Sunset Hills Archdiocesan elementary school truly lives out its mission of preparing students to be life-long learners who love God and neighbor, and provide service to all. St. Justin Student Council officers recently donated more than $3,000 to SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center’s endocrinology/diabetes department. The $3,152.07 donation, raised through the school’s annual kickball tournament, will be used to help fund supplies for uninsured patients at the hospital’s diabetes clinic. Students at the school also participated in the Tree of Hope campaign by writing Messages of Hope for patients throughout the holidays.

Gavin Beaudreau, 1st grader from St. Justin Martyr Catholic School, with his schoolmates PRESENT $3,152.07 IN PROCEEDS FROM THEIR KICKBALL TOURNAMENT to Corinne Walentik, M.D.

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Mr. Patrick C. Schlitt Ms. Johanna Schloss Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Schlueter Ms. Mary Schmedeke Ms. Dorothy A. Schmerbauch Mr. and Mrs. David P. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. David R. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. John W. Schmidt Ms. Kayla Schmidt Dr. and Mrs. Martin P. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Schmidt Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Wilson E. Schmisseur Mr. and Mrs. Eric S. Schmitt Miss Gretchen E. Schmitz Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Schmoll, Jr. Mr. James B. Schneider Mr. John D. Schneider Ms. Peggy S. Schneider Ms. Mary L. Schniedermeyer Ms. Kathleen A. Schoen Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Schoen Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Schomaker Mr. and Mrs. John B. Schomaker Mr. Edward R. Schott Dr. Kenneth Schowengerdt and Dr. Joyce Koenig Mr. Quentin Schriener Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Schrodt Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Schroeder


Mr. and Mrs. John Shockley Ms. Kathy A. Shrake Ms. Genevieve C. Shuey Mr. Steven W. Siadek Mr. Charles G. Siebert Mr. and Mrs. John H. Siegel Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority Greater St. Louis Alumnae Chapter Ms. Jennifer Simmons Mrs. Judy W. Simokaitis Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Simon Mrs. Loretta C. Simon Mr. and Mrs. James F. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Simpson Ms. Susanne Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Singer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Randall J. Singer Ms. Katherine Sinnott Ms. Pamela Skelly Mr. and Mrs. John W. Skivers Ms. Donna L. Slenker Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Slenker Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Slesinski, Jr. Mr. John W. Slivinski Dr. and Mrs. James A. Sloand Mrs. Gloria J. Small Ms. Alice A. Smith Ms. Amy Smith Ms. Amy D. Smith Ms. Cheryl A. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smith Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy C. Smith Ms. Julie M. Smith Mr. Kevin E. Smith Mr. Robert V. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Terrance M. Smith Mr. William M. Smith Ms. Brenda L. Smyth Ms. Rebecca Smythe Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Scott Snyder Ms. Christy Sobush Social Security Administration Sodality of Mary Sainte Genevieve Parish Mr. and Mrs. Donald Soehngen Ms. Nancy A. Soke Mr. John F. Sommer Mr. and Mrs. David L. Sonderen Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sondermann Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. Sondgeroth Mr. and Mrs. Gene F. Sorber Mr. C. Evan Sowers Mr. Donald J. Sparks Mr. Harold Spellmeyer Mr. and Mrs. James H. Spellmeyer Mr. Brent Spicuzza Mr. Michael Spiegel The Frank and Bessie Spielberg Foundation

Ms. Lois Spiers Ms. Mary E. Spilker Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Spillane Miss Donna Spindler Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Spinner Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Spinner Splash for CF Affiliate of LAPS for CF Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Spoth Ms. Susan E. Springmeyer Mr. Terry M. Spurgeon SSM Saint Charles Clinic Dr. and Mrs. Timothy W. Staed Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Stahl Ms. Caroline G. Stahnke Stanley Black & Decker Inc. Ms. Sanjuana Staples Mr. and Mrs. James K. Staub Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Steel Mr. and Mrs. James M. Steger Ms. Gayle A. Stegmann Mrs. Connie Stein Mr. Brian A. Steiner Ms. Robin L. Steiner Ms. Patricia J. Steiniger Mr. John G. Steinke Ms. Jean K. Stemmler Ms. Lisa K. Stevick Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Stewart Mr. Charles D. Stiebel Mr. Alan E. Stocker Mr. and Mrs. David J. Stockman Mr. and Mrs. David J. Stolwyk Mr. Matthew J. Stolwyk Mr. Ron Stover Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Straatmann Ms. Allison C. Strebler Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Streit Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Stricker Mr. and Mrs. Leonard R. Struckhoff Mr. Clark E. Stuckey, Sr. Ms. M. Janet Stucky Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Stuppy Mr. John M. Suarez Mr. and Mrs. Michael Suda Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Suedmeyer Ms. Angela Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Sullivan Ms. Dorothy Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. John C. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Surinsky Mr. Joseph Susai Mr. and Mrs. Keith Sutorius Ms. Ruth T. Sutterer Suwaller's Bar and Grill, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Jeff B. Swabby Dr. and Mrs. Bernard T. Swaykus Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Swearingen John S. Swift Family Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Swink Swink, Fiehler and Company, P.C. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Switzer Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Swoboda

Symantec Mr. and Mrs. David M. Szwargulski Mr. and Mrs. Julian Szymanski T. Drury Contracting, Inc. Tacony Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Samm E. Tague Ms. Nicole Taormina Mr. and Mrs. Gregory L. Tate Ms. Lolita S. Tate Ms. Bridget L. Taylor Mr. Jon-Erik Taylor Ms. Prudence L. Taylor Mr. Russ Taylor Tech Electronics, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Tedeschi Ms. Colleen Teepe The Tegeler Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James C. Tegethoff Mr. Rudolph A. Telscher Mr. Leroy Temming Mrs. Margaret Terranova Ms. Tanya M. Tesone Tetra Pak Materials LP Commandor Tommy G. Thacker Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Tharp Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Thayer Ms. Anne Theilmann Mr. and Mrs. Gary G. Theobald Therapy Solutions, LLC Thermal Concepts, Inc. Mr. Charles J. Thomas Reverend James P. Thomas Ms. Linda Thomas Ms. Rosemary Thomas Ms. Yvonne Thomas Mr. Jerome L. Thompson Mrs. Joy W. Thompson Ms. Melinda Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Thompson The Vernon F. and Mae E. Thompson Charitable Foundation Ms. Heather Thomson Mr. and Mrs. Gary T. Thornhill Mr. and Mrs. Tim Thornton Mr. and Mrs. James J. Tighe Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Tighe Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J. Tinsley Mr. Robert L. Tipp Mr. and Mrs. Ray M. Tobben Mr. and Mrs. Todd H. Tobiasz Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tochtrop Ms. Marcine Todd Mr. Jeff Todt Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Toenjes Mrs. Vicky Tomber Dr. Rebecca L. Tominack Mrs. Lupe Tondee Mr. Christopher Toney Dr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Tonsi Mr. and Mrs. James M. Tornatore Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Tornetto

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Mr. and Mrs. Stanley G. Schroeder Ms. Rose Mary Schubert Ms. Donna Schuckenbrock Mr. Scott Schuemann Ms. Sheryl L. Schuette Mr. and Mrs. David J. Schulte Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D. Schulte Mrs. Vivian G. Schulte Mr. and Mrs. Jay Schultenenrich Ms. Theresa A. Schultz Mr. and Mrs. David J. Schumer Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Schumm Mr. and Mrs. Dave Schuster Ms. Rosemary Schuster Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schutte Mr. Robert Schutte Ms. Carol W. Schutz Ms. Veronica L. Schutzenhofer Schwab Charitable Fund Mr. and Mrs. Gerald V. Schwalbe Mr. and Mrs. James C. Schwantner Mr. and Mrs. Steven Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Schwartz Mr. Ronald J. Schwartzmeyer Mr. Bryan A. Schwarz Ms. Catherine E. Schwarz Ms. Mary Schwarz Dr. and Mrs. John F. Schweiss Mr. David Schwend Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Schweppe Mr. and Mrs. Warren Schweppe Ms. Janet K. Schwierjohn Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Scoles Mr. and Mrs. James P. Scott Ms. Jennifer E. Scott Ms. Joanne M. Scott Scott-Lee Heating Company Scottrade Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Scroggins Mr. and Mrs. David D. Scroggs Ms. Julie Sczesniak Mr. and Mrs. David D. Seckfort Ms. Brigid Secrist Mr. and Mrs. Keith Sedlacek Mr. Frank L. Seeger Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seigel Ms. Susan L. Seilnacht Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Sepe Mr. and Mrs. Russell R. Sept Ms. Susan J. Settle Seven Holy Founders Parish Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Shallow Ms. Abigail M. Sharamitaro Sharp Cars Detailing and More, LLC Mr. Paul J. Shaver Ms. Amy M. Shaw Mr. and Mrs. William T. Sheahan Sheppard, Morgan and Schwaab, Inc. Ms. Pam Sheppard and Mr. Ronald L. Wick Ms. Catherine A. Shinn Mr. and Mrs. Don D. Shipp


GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP

GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP

Tough Guys, Inc. Tracy Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John M. Tracy Ms. Yvette Trainer Ms. Linda J. Trampe Mrs. Concetta M. Tranchilla Mr. Michael F. Trautman Ms. Susan A. Travaglini Travers and Associates Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Travers Mr. Ken Treftz Ms. Patricia N. Tressler Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Tribout, Sr. Ms. Carol D. Triggs Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Trost Truck Centers, Inc. TRUIST Tucker Tire Service, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Archie D. Tucker Mr. John R. Tumbarello Mr. Gary Tumlin Mrs. Karen M. Turgeon Ms. Peggy J. Turnbull Ms. Beverly I. Turner Mr. and Mrs. James E. Turner Ms. Joyce M. Turner Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tweedy Twelve Counties Southwestern Illinois Laborers’ District Council Ms. Shirley Tyler Ms. Trajayda V. Tyson Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Ubben Ms. Carolyn A. Uhley UMB Bank Mr. Clifford B. Underwood Mr. and Mrs. Edward Underwood Ms. Jeannette R. Underwood Mr. Patrick R. Oleshak and Ms. Cynthia J. Underwood-Oleshak United Way of Central Indiana, Inc. Mrs. Elizabeth Unnerstall Mr. and Mrs. David Urbeck The US Bancorp Foundation US Bank Utilimap Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Erwin H. Vaeth Mr. Frank Valenti Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Valenti Ms. Marie Valenti Mrs. Julie Van Etten Mrs. Mary F. VanCleave Mrs. Nancy VanCleave Mr. Charles A. Vandervort Mr. and Mrs. William VanDillen Mr. and Mrs. G. Scott VanDyke Ms. Dorothy M. Vanecek Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Vantage Homes, Inc Variety the Children's Charity of Saint Louis Mr. James A. Vasher

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Ms. Kayla F. Vecera Mr. Daniel M. Veritch Mrs. Debra J. Vessels VFW New Madrid County Memorial #7183 Mr. and Mrs. Dave Vielhaber Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Vieregge Mr. and Mrs. James Vierling Ms. Susan E. Vierling Mr. Daniel A. Viers Mr. and Mrs. John A. Villa Mr. Christopher Vincent Mrs. Josephine Visnovske Mr. and Mrs. John D. Vithoulkos Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Vogler Mrs. Patricia D. Vogt Mr. and Mrs. Mark Voigt Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich W. Volk Mr. Linwood D. Volner Mr. and Mrs. Edward Von Behren Mr. Jeffrey L. Vonoehsen Mr. and Mrs. Leo F. Voss Ms. Nydra Votrain Mr. and Mrs. Gary Vowels Mrs. Dorothy R. Vreeland Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. Vreeland Mr. Stephen M. Wacker Mr. and Mrs. James C. Wachtman Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Waeltermann Wagner Seed and Supply Company, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Allen E. Wagner Mr. J. M. Wagner

Ms. Jamie Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Wagner Mr. Steven K. Wagner Drs. David and Corinne Walentik Mr. Dennis Walkenhorst Mr. and Mrs. Ricky D. Walker Mr. Robert B. Walker Ms. Sharon Wallace Mr. Arthur W. Wallach The Wal-Mart Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gaylon Walpole Mr. Brian J. Walsh Mr. David Walsh Mr. and Mrs. David P. Walsh Mr. Dennis P. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Walsh, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Walsh Mr. Mike Walsh Mr. Thomas P. Walter Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Walther Ms. Mary E. Walton Mr. Edward J. Ward Ms. Katherine Ward Miss Mary B. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Edward K. Warner Ms. Marcie Warner Ms. Diane M. Warnhoff Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Washer Ms. Markeitha M. Washington Mr. and Mrs. Preston L. Washington Mr. and Mrs. Adrian J. Watercott

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Waters Ms. Nada D. Watkins Ms. Pamela Watkins Mr. and Mrs. James Watters Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Weatherhead Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Steven T. Weaver Mr. Frank W. Weber Ms. Julia R. Weber Ms. Julie A. Weber Mrs. Phyllis L. Weber Mr. and Mrs. Raymond K. Weber Mr. and Mrs. Scott Weber Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Weber Mr. and Mrs. John C. Wegescheide Mr. and Mrs. Larry B. Wehmeyer Weilmuenster Law Group, P.C. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Weiner Mr. Donald N. Weis Ms. Abigail S. Weisbrod Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Weishaar Ms. Nancy J. Weiss Mr. and Mrs. William G. Weiss Mr. David M. Welch Mr. and Mrs. Paul Welker Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wellinghoff Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Mrs. Dorothy A. Welsch Ms. Dorothy Wennemann Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wennemann Ms. Kathleen M. Wennemann Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Werkmeister Mr. and Mrs. James B. Werle Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Werner Mr. Vernon F. Werner Mr. Donald R. Wessling Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Wessner Western Construction Group Mr. Joseph F. Westphal Ms. Carol Westrich

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Mr. Wayne W. Willman Mrs. Dorothy A. Willmering Ms. Emma S. Wills Mr. Terry L. Wills Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs. David M. Willson Kristin Nicole Wilmes Mrs. Audrey H. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Brian Wilson Ms. Juanita M. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Winborn Ms. Esther Wingbermuehle Mr. and Mrs. James J. Winkler Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Winkler Mr. George J. Winters Mr. William C. Winzerling Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wiseman Mrs. Antonina M. Witte Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Witterschein Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Witthaus Wittman and Lorton, P.C. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Woerndle Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wohlschlaeger Mrs. Dorothy Wolf Monsignor John Wolf Mr. and Mrs. Steven Wolf Mr. and Mrs. William A. Wolff Dr. and Mrs. Chris Wolken Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wolken

Ms. Jean Woodard Mr. David J. Woodress Dr. Jamie L. Wooldridge The Herbert A. and Adrian W. Woods Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Wootten Reverend Monsignor Thomas J. Woracek Reverend Jospeh E. Wormek Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Wortmann Mr. Calvis A. Wright Mr. Ed Wright, Jr. Mrs. Laura A. Wulf Mrs. Fran Wulfers Mr. James H. Wuller Mr. Joseph E. Wuller Ms. Agnes J. Wunderlich Ms. Julia A. Wunderlich Ms. Sheila J. Wurth Ms. Judith R. Wyatt Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Wynn Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Wynn Mrs. Mary Wyss Ms. Karen M. Yamnitz Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Yanics Mr. and Mrs. Wilson D. Yates, III Mr. and Mrs. Keith J. Yeldham Mrs. Evelyn L. Yoffie Mr. and Mrs. Tim Yonker

Mr. Joseph Young Ms. Kim M. Young Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Young Mr. Lawrence Youngblood Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Zabrowski Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Zaitz Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Zak Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Zamberlan Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Zapf Ms. Sylvia Zeedan Mrs. Louisa M. Zeidler Mr. and Mrs. Donald Zeitinger Ms. Dorothy H. Zeller Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Zenk Ms. Mary Ann Zerjav Ms. Leann Zerkel Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Zezzo Mrs. Erin Zezzo Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ziercher Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Zimmermann Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert P. Zinner Ms. Dorothy M. Zins Mr. and Mrs. Doug Zippay Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Zitzmann Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Zlatic Mr. and Mrs. Dale R. Zurliene Mr. and Mrs. David L. Zwart Mr. Brian Zwick Mr. Terry Zwick

GIFTS OF Bequests

SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center warmly thanks the following benefactors for their gifts designated for specific programs or for the unrestricted Children’s Fund.

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Estate of Hubert P. Macklin Estate of Marco Matranga Estate of Mary Nunemaker Estate of Anthony G. and Patricia G. Palazzolo W. R. Persons Charitable Lead Trust Estate of Helen C. Rabbitt Estate of Grace Reavis Estate of Audrey M. Schaefer Estate of Marilyn M. Schaefer Estate of Ira and Mildred Shuffit Estate of Sidney and Sylvia Souers Estate of Audrey J. Steinfeld Estate of John Steinfeld Estate of Jane B. Strong Estate of Marie Suess Estate of Catherine Tillman Estate of Alan A. Edith L. Wolff

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Anonymous Estate of Ruth C. Brink Estate of William C. and Dorothy S. Costello Estate of Dr. John Coughlin Estate of Marian M. Crauder Estate of Lawrence and Dorothy R. Dallas Estate of Catherine D. Dunn Estate of Regina R. Eberle Estate of Dora Emnett Estate of John E. Kaiser Estate of Loretta Greathouse Estate of Marcella Hager Estate of Kathryn B. Hinsenbrock Ms. Vicky Hinsenbrock Estate of Raymond W. Hoffmann Estate of Ione C. Humphrey Hutton and Jost Memorial Trust Estate of Edith Lambert

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Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. Westrich Ms. Nancy Wey Ms. Jamie White Mr. and Mrs. Kevin D. White Ms. Gloria Whitehead Dr. and Mrs. Richard B. Whiting Ms. Kimberly J. Whoberry Mr. Richard A. Widmann and Ms. Audrey M. Barut Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Wiegers Mr. and Mrs. William F. Wiese Ms. Kaitlen Wilcoxen Mr. and Mrs. Curt Wiley Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Wilfong, Jr. Ms. Julie D. Wilhelm Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Wilhite Ms. Mercedes Wilks Mr. and Mrs. William F. Willbrand, Jr. Mr. Alif A. Williams Mr. Frank J. Williams, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Garry Williams Ms. Jennifer Williams Mr. Larry D. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Norman Williams Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Williams Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Williams Mr. James R. Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williamson Mrs. Ruth Willman


GLENNON CARD

SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center gratefully acknowledges the following benefactors for their gifts made by purchasing a Glennon Card . The Glennon Card is a new fundraising program of the Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation and the Cardinal Glennon Guild, a 400-member women’s organization founded to support the interests and growth of SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center and the many children it serves. glennoncard.org

GLENNON CARD

Ms. M. Patricia Ackerman Mr. Paul Adams, III Dr. and Mrs. Christopher L. Ahlering Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Albrecht Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Allen Mr. Mark J. Allgeier Ms. Anne K. Allmeroth Mr. and Mrs. Michael Alsup Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Althoff Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Altvater, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Amelotti Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Anderson Mrs. Claire Applewhite Ms. Laura Armentrout Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Arns Mr. Elizabeth M. Ashmore Ms. Jennifer S. Avery Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Bacich Mrs. Sarah J. Bacon Mr. Jay H. Bader Ms. Liz Baisch Mr. and Mrs. Keith Baizer Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Dan H. Ball Ms. Lindsay M. Ball Mr. and Mrs. Brent R. Balogh Ms. Ellen B. Barr Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Patrick D. Barron Ms. Laura Barsam Ms. Nancy Barton Mr. Mike Basile Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Basler Mr. Greg H. Baumann Mr. and Mrs. David Baylis Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bearman Ms. D. Courtney Becker Ms. Molly Beckerle Ms. Amy Bedi Ms. Donna B. Behan Mr. and Mrs. Frederick V. Behm Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Benkelman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William R. Bennett, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Benoist Ms. Katie B. Bensky Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Bentele Ms. Susie Berg Mr. and Mrs. Brian W. Berglund, Jr. Ms. Lisa Berns

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Ms. Nichola Berry Glenn Betz & Associates Ms. Marsha Beulick Mrs. Kelly Bick Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bierman Mr. Steven E. Biernbaum Ms. Patricia Billings Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Bippen Mr. and Mrs. Blake G. Birchfield Mr. and Mrs. Larry Birk Mr. Brad Bishop Ms. Lindsay Blase Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Bobak Miss Mary A. Bock Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Bockius Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bohrer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Boldt Mr. Eddie Bonds Ms. Linda M. Boone Ms. Katherine L. Bourbon Ms. Michelle Bourke Mrs. Wendy Boveri Mr. and Mrs. Rich Bowler Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Boyer Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Boyer, III Mr. and Mrs. Adam C. Boyet Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Boyle Mr. Aaron K. Boyll Ms. Lynn Brandt Ms. Jan Braswell Ms. Melissa T. Bream Mr. James E. Bremme Ms. Barbara Bridgewater Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Briggs Mrs. Janice Brimberry Mrs. Susan Brooker Mr. and Mrs. John K. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. David L. Broughton Ms. Becky Ann Brown Mr. and Mrs. David W. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Frederic E. Brown Ms. Pamela Brown Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Eric H. Brunngraber Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Bruno Ms. Michelle Brus Ms. Charlene S. Bry Ms. Linda Bryant Ms. Laura Bucheit Mr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Buck Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buck Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Buckner Ms. Staci Budde

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Burgess Mr. and Mrs. Tony Burke Ms. Elizabeth Busselmann Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Butsch Mr. and Mrs. Andrew G. Byer Ms. Kathy E. Byrne Mr. Robert C. Byrne, Jr. Ms. Marguerite B. Calhoun Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Cammon Ms. Jane Campbell Ms. Lisa Cannada Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Cannon Ms. Virginia J. Cannon Mr. and Mrs. John P. Capellupo Mr. and Mrs. John R. Capps Mr. and Mrs. Jon M. Carlock Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Carlson, Jr. Ms. Vicki K. Carlson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Caro Mr. and Mrs. Julian L. Carr Ms. Marjorie Carr Ms. Nancy Carter Ms. Peggy Castiglioni Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cella Ms. Victoria Chabot Mr. and Mrs. David H. Challoner Ms. Robin Charles Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Chesterton Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Chivetta Mr. and Mrs. Mike Christ Ms. Jennifer Christofferson Mr. and Mrs. Laurence G. Christopher Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Ciapciak Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Cissell Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Claggett, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Clermont Mr. and Mrs. Brian L. Clevinger Miss Patricia L. Codden Mr. Andrew Coffin Mrs. Ann Cohen Dr. and Mrs. Bruce H. Cohen Ms. Kay Cohen Ms. Jane Concagh Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Condie Mr. and Mrs. Parker Condie, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Connell Mr. and Mrs. John Conners, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James Corder Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cornwell Ms. Jennifer S. Corry Ms. Cathy Cortright Mr. and Mrs. John R. Costello Ms. Mary P. Coyle Ms. Deborah Crask

Ms. Elizabeth S. Crawford Mr. Mitchell Cripe Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Crippin Ms. Patricia F. Croughan Mr. and Mrs. James E. Crowe, III Ms. Ellen D. Crowley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cuddihee Mr. Terrence Cuellar Mr. and Mrs. Jon Dalton Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Dames Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Daniels Mr. and Mrs. James R. Dankenbring Mr. and Mrs. William D. Davies, III Ms. Kelley D. Davis Ms. Janice Dawson Mr. and Mrs. Brian L. Dell Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. DeMarco Ms. Rebecca S. Denlow Mr. and Mrs. Chester Dependahl Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. DeRoode Mr. and Mrs. Terry J. Dessent Ms. Marni Deutsch Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. DeVita Ms. Laureen DiBisceglie Ms. Mary C. Dickinson Mrs. Catherine M. Dieckhaus Mr. and Mrs. Gene M. Diederich Mr. David M. Diener Mr. Kevin C. Dierkes Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Dinkins, III Mr. and Mrs. Michael Diraimondo Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dittmeier Mr. and Mrs. Monty Docter Dr. Faye E. Doerhoff Mr. David T. Doetzel Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Doherty Mr. and Mrs. Edgar F. Dominguez Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Donovan Mr. and Mrs. John R. Dorn Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Dorr Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O. Dorr Ms. Jennifer M. Douthitt Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold A. Dow Mr. and Mrs. William L. Downey Ms. Sally Doyle Ms. Valerie Dreesen Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Driscoll Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Driscoll Ms. Mary Clare Driscoll Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Drury Ms. Julie Dubray Mr. and Mrs. Ken Dude Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Duggan Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Duggan, II


Mr. and Mrs. David C. Gantt Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Garner Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Garrett Ms. Anne Marie Gatewood Ms. Julie Gehrs Dr. and Mrs. Richard Geisman Ms. Nancy Gellman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. George Mr. and Mrs. Timothy George Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Gerding Ms. Jordan M. Gerlach Ms. Lois L. Geschke Mrs. Rita Gibbons Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Timothy L. Giddens Mr. and Mrs. David Glarner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glarner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard K. Glassl Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Glazer Ms. Carol A. Gleason Mr. and Mrs. James Gleason Ms. Debbie Glenn Mr. and Mrs. John Glickert Ms. Darcy Glidewell Ms. Angela D. Glik Ms. Gayle Goddard Mrs. Josephine G. Godfrey Mr. and Mrs. John G. Goessling, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Goetz, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Barry S. Goldenberg Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Goldman Mr. Louis S. Goltermann, III Mr. and Mrs. Rick Gordon Ms. Mary Lou Gorham Mr. and Mrs. Mark P. Gorman Ms. Brenda Goss Ms. Karen R. Gosser Ms. Nancy Greer Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Griesedieck Ms. Julie Grossman Mr. and Mrs. Jason J. Grothe Mr. and Mrs. Nelson C. Grumney Mr. Frank Gualdoni and Ms. Judith E. Olson Mr. and Mrs. James S. Guard Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Guenther Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Guirl Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gunther Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gura Mr. Mark Gustafson Ms. Nancy Haas Ms. Elizabeth M. Hackett Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hagedorn Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Hagen Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Hager II Ms. Abby S. Hahn Mr. and Mrs. William Hailstone Dr. Kenneth A. Haller Mr. and Mrs. John Halliday Ms. Christina Hamby Mr. and Mrs. Kohl Handlan Mr. and Mrs. Philip V. Hanel

Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Hanley Mr. and Mrs. Carey Hannum Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hansen Dr. and Mrs. Morin M. Hanson Mr. and Mrs. Matthew K. Harbaugh Ms. Lori R. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hartman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hartman, III Ms. Pamela S. Hartman Ms. Melissa Hartrich Ms. Judith A. Hartung Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Hasselfeld Mr. and Mrs. S. Thomas Hattrich, IV Mr. and Mrs. John C. Haupt Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hauser Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hawk Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hayashi Mr. and Mrs. Steven W. Hays, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Heath Mrs. Mary Hebrank Mr. and Mrs. John V. Heck Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hefele Ms. Cindy Heffernen Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Heim Mr. Kurt E. Heinrichs Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Heitz Mr. and Mrs. David Henderson Mr. Michael Henderson Ms. Judith E. Henke Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henkel Mr. and Mrs. John Hennessey Ms. Jeanne M. Herbst Mr. and Mrs. Duane A. Hercules Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hercules Mr. and Mrs. Roger Herman Ms. Jeanne Hermann Mr. and Mrs. Matthew I. Hermann Ms. Cindy Herzog Ms. Elizabeth M. Hess Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hessel Ms. Cynthia Hessler Mrs. Patricia J. Heutel Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Hickenbotham Ms. Lynda Higbee Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Higgins Ms. Maura K. Hightower Ms. Cindy Hillman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Hillmeyer Dr. and Mrs. Mark F. Hilton Dr. and Mrs. Steven Hilton Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Hilton Mr. and Mrs. Steven Hippe Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Hively Ms. Jessie Hoagland Mr. and Mrs. James R. Hobelman Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hodapp Mr. and Mrs. Dale C. Hoette Ms. Debbie K. Hoffmann Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hoffmann Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hogan, Jr. Mr. Michael Hogan Mr. Joseph F. Holland, II Mr. and Mrs. William K. Holland

Ms. Andrea G. Hollander Mr. and Mrs. David Holley Mr. and Mrs. Ray Holman Ms. Cynthia S. Holter Ms. Cheryl B. Honeycutt Ms. Julie Hornsby Ms. Kathryn S. Hotard Ms. Heather House Ms. Amanda Howard Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Howard Mr. and Mrs. James M. Huber Ms. Sally F. Hudson Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hudspeth Mr. and Mrs. John Hugge Ms. Marissa Human Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hyde, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hylla Ms. Kim Hyman Mr. and Mrs. James P. Hynes Ms. Cari Iken Ms. Deborah Israeli Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Jacobs Ms. Randee Jacobs Ms. Annette C. Jacobsen Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Jacobsmeyer Mr. Jeffrey Jacoby Mr. Jon Jacoby Ms. Anne Jacques Ms. Maureen Jamieson Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Janc Mr. and Mrs. Jason R. Jensen Ms. Ellen C. Jewell Mr. and Mrs. David B. Jinkins Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Johnson, Jr. Ms. Pamela M. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Roger Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Steve T. Johnston Ms. Renay Jones Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Jon M. Jonz Ms. Dotty Judd Ms. Betty A. June Mr. and Mrs. James W. Kaiser Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Kalinowski Ms. Linda Karakas Mr. and Mrs. James K. Karl Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Kassly Ms. Francine Katz Ms. Carol Kaufman Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Kaufman Mr. and Mrs. William Kaufman Dr. and Mrs. David Keefe Ms. Scarlett Keeley-Ferguson Dr. and Mrs. William J. Keenan Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Keller Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Keller Ms. Heather H. Kelley Ms. Heather Kellogg Ms. Pat Kellogg Mr. Ralph Kelly Ms. Ashley Kemper Mrs. Sheila M. Kendrick Dr. and Mrs. David G. Kennedy

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Mr. and Mrs. William H. Dulle Ms. Blenda G. Dunavant Dr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Dunbar Ms. Ileen Dunman Ms. Amy Dunn Dr. and Mrs. Justin Durel Mr. and Mrs. John F. Durnien Ms. Elizabeth T. Dutton-Bourne Mrs. Martha Dyer Mr. and Mrs. Michael Eby Ms. Elizabeth A. Eckhout Ms. Joan Edwards Ms. Holly J. Egley Ms. Karen Ehlmann Mr. and Mrs. Ron Elz Mr. and Mrs. H. Alex Elzein Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Emas Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Englander Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Epstein Mr. and Mrs. James H. Erlinger Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Essma Mr. Paul Estes The Eye Bar Ms. Jamie Ezzelgot Ms. Melissa A. Fabick Ms. Lisa Facer Ms. Barbara Farley Mr. and Mrs. Jason Farmer Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. Gonzalo A. Fernandez Ms. Kathy Ferrara Mr. and Mrs. Craig M. Fesler Mr. and Mrs. Brian Finlay Mr. and Mrs. Howard Finlay Ms. Jane Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Truman Joseph Fisher, III Ms. Karen S. Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Terry J. Flanagan Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Flood Mr. and Mrs. Jason Flower Ms. Rosalie J. Fogarty Ms. Stacy Fogerty Mrs. Marguerite Ann Forrest Mr. and Mrs. Robert Forsyth Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Fox Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Fox Mr. James Fox Ms. Melody Fox Ms. Cynthia A. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frawley Mrs. Jeanne M. Freeman Ms. Julie Freeman Ms. Mary E. Freeman Mr. Daniel R. Friedman Ms. Sarah Froehlich Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Fulstone Mr. and Mrs. Theodore E. Fundoukos Mr. and Mrs. Chad I. Funkhouser Ms. Lee Ann Fusz Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fusz Mrs. Stephanie Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ganninger Mr. and Mrs. James Gans


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Mr. and Mrs. William M. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Jerald L. Kent Mrs. Renee M. Kerrigan Mr. and Mrs. James Kesting Mr. and Mrs. John Kiburz Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. King Mrs. Colleen Kinnison Dr. and Mrs. Laurence J. Kinsella Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kinzel Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Kirby Mr. and Mrs. J. Mark Klamer Ms. Mary C. Klaric Ms. Anne Klein Ms. Kathleen M. Kleine Mr. and Mrs. Craig Kleinheider Mr. and Mrs. Jim Klingler Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Klingler Ms. Renee Kniepmann Mrs. Joyce M. Knobbe Ms. Wendy Knudsen Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan W. Kodner Mr. and Mrs. Joel Koenig Mr. and Mrs. John Komlos Ms. Tricia Komorek Mr. and Mrs. Clement J. Komoroski, Jr. Ms. Kris Koob Mr. David M. Korum Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Kraeger Ms. Mary P. Kraetsch Dr. and Mrs. Anthony Kramer Mr. C. Robert Krebs and Dr. Victoria E. Cornelius Mr. and Mrs. Thomas U. Krippene Mr. and Mrs. Keith Krummenacher Mr. and Mrs. R. William Kruse Mr. Lynn A. Krusemark Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Kuchan Mr. and Mrs. John C. Kueneke Ms. Kathy A. Kuhlenbeck Mr. and Mrs. Greg Lahay Mrs. Mary Jane Lamping Mr. and Mrs. Daniel K. Lane, Jr. Mrs. Debby Lane Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher B. Lane Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lane Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Lanham Mr. and Mrs. Todd C. Larson Mrs. Sarah Lauer Ms. Laura A. Laughlin Ms. Jane E. Lavey Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Lawder Ms. Katherine Lazar Mr. and Mrs. John H. Lee Mr. Gregory J. Lepper Mrs. Carol A. Lietz Mrs. Mary M. Lindmark Mr. Phil Lindwedel Ms. Kathy Linsin Mr. and Mrs. Jay A. Litteken Mr. and Mrs. I. Joseph Liuzza Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lochmoeller Mr. and Mrs. Steve A. Lochmoeller, Jr. Ms. Julie Logan

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